Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 31, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01069
Source Institution: University of Florida
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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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bL. XXII, NO. 279





Youth Fired Three Times At

Ruler of Moscow.


iolue of Shots Brought Soldiers to the
Scene-Without a Moment's Hesita-
tien Young Man Committed Suicide
1 y Swatowing a Liquid.
New York, Dec. 80.-v-A cablegram
to the World from Moscow dated Dec.

A boy tried to assassinate Baron ML
dem. civil governor of the city today,
and falling, Instantly committed sul.
Wearing the Red Croa uniform, the
aseanin gained admission to the bar.
on, and approaching him drew a re.
overr and fired three shots. All the'
bullets m4ased their mark, and the
noise brought soldiers, secretaries and
ervants running to the baron.
Without a moment's hesitation and
before any one could seize him, the
young man swallowed the liquid in a
small phial which he had hidden in his
clenched hand. fell unoonscious and
died in a few minute.


Skch Advices Are Received from St.
Louis Meeting.
Houston, T S., Dec. 30.--elegraph-
Sc advice received by members of
the Southern Lumber association are
to the effect that the committee on val-
tes. which has been in seation In St.
Louis, has made a big advance in the
prices of certain grades of lumber, the
Increase per 1.000 feet over prevailing
prices being:
Flooring, $2. all grades; ceiling.
$1.50 all grades:; siding $2, all grades;
Inch boars., $1 50, all grades; fencing.
$1.60, all grades; dimensions. $1.50.
all grades.
This is the rreateat advance yet an-
nounced at any meeting of the coni.
mittee since the organization of tae
assoclatl ion.

Dowden Charged with Killing Green on
that Account
Dubln. (;a.. Dec. 30.-W. Jowden.
a carpenter, who formerly lived la
Publin, and whot-e home was once la
Jasper county, has been placed in jali
charged with the murder of Julius
Oreen, at Mullis. a small station on the
Dublin and southwestern raUroad.
Oreen was also a carpe-'er, and. It
Is said, that yesterday be and Bowden
bhd a difficulty In which tie honor of
the latter's family was brought Into
*.etioa. The resmlt was tbe shoot-
of Green. death easing Instantly.
wnde refuses to Jicuass the affair.

Geverlment Will Not Pay
|Wabliagto. Dec. .-Twe body of
soldier killed Is active service eas-
be int home to his relattvee at
expense for bilal If be
Ia the Ualted State. More
Sthe body meet be placed a tnhe
a JpartUest. This -W the os-
ed by the qrtermeater o e.
cc the tomptre0er of the tmrea
In the ease a frivae Albert Late.
-tBath battery. seld artillery.
was killed at Fort RIey. Kam.,

Aiom Mo s Lyin .
AdmmW Al. i. D c.- 2$
a Bmralmim ai s ., who at
the lisfe of Poo e a Heay
at hkuoost. te bis o y.
Mm *ightUy. was perwea by
ge o ef a bhadred4 ae aBd br~gnt
with a roe am bhi. im k. aij
body of"4104 With beosom ma
a dred es ba&ag hem
lte Ma. T'e by 4 mppos~-
lpertu rdy after the aas*r.

'mii o ava osse et
a011 1 A1 e in ea d U an



From Whom to Chooee Succneor to
Archbishop Chappelle..
Galveston, Tex.. Dec. 30.-The llit
of names selected by the priests and
bishops of the Catholic province ,o:
New Orleans as successors to th,' l ,
Archblahop Chappelle, of New Or.
leans, and Bishop Fitzgerald. of 1.-
tie Rock, Ark., whose failing heal.
has incapacitlated him for the dut.i
of the office, are given by an au::.or:'y
as follows:
Priests' lit for New Orleans arch.-
bishoprlc: Pather lAval, of Now Or
lVans; Bishop Blenk, of lPer'M Rico.
and Bishop Matrachaerdt, of Okla-
The bishops' list for New Orleans
archbishopric: Bishops Mewra'.hai rlt.
of Oklabonma: Helesin. of Natch.ez.
Miss.. and Dur.ne, of Dallas, In the or.
der named.
The priests' list for IAttle Rock )ish-
opric: Fathers Kraener. \Weltel and
Irady, all of the diocese of Little Rock
The bishops' list for Uttle Rock:
Fathers Horan and Brady. of the dio
cese of ULtle Rock. and Fathr J. B.
Norris. vicar general of the diocese of

Was Nearly Dead When Discovered
Between Coffee Sacks.
Galveston, Tex., Dec. 30.-Without
food or water and with arcerly
enough air to sustain life. Carloeith
Kuhlock. a young German at away.
16 years of age, after suffer i Inde-
sc.rihbble tortures for a period near
ly ten days, was rescucxd from Ill ipr
Ilous position. In a narrow ipace be-
tween sacks of coffee In the lower hold
of the Mallory sleamenr. Comal
11e was imediatrly cone)t-d to th,
John Sealy hospital,. where' ni.'lical
attention was given him. His chance.-
for recovery are conpshil-rd good
W'ben found by the longshor.itien hli
body was limp, and he wa .artila'.y
conscious. anid It sla doubted that hos
could have lived mirny more hours
without nourishment nd air. lie says
his home is at 3fl ('Cil iia tl t e n lllni
Jamaica, l.ond Island.

Gas Explosion injures Family.
McKeesport, Pa Ikxe'. goi Mrs
ifattle Swwney wati futally burtwil asni
sight other menrili'r of the h rsneh.
family were nerlolihly injured. as the
result (if a natural xas explslolion In Ithe
kitchen of their home A rulttwlr hosk.
uAiel In 'cinn'ction silh the (ooklng
stove with th. gas pllte, t'we-ae ide
tached during Lbe night and w.ien Mrs
Sweeney struck a match to light the
fire this morning the gas exploded. The
house was completely wrecked ,

Found Dead by Roadelde.
Valdost a. Ga IDe 3o--aron BIas
tona, well known frmrwr. ofit his coni
ty, who lived several mile from town,
was found Ilyng dead by the roadilde'
Mr. antost went to visit a neignIbor
Monday ightr. and left to return to his
home srxn after 1 o'clock Therr
were so mark of v1ioleae on his per
son. 1an the rroer's fury. which In
veulliated the affair. renderred *a e#
diet that death was the result of sat
rural cause.

Cneofsed to Death Under Ewgine
N%*bWlib. Tveas.De 20)-l'.er
Rye*. -agis.'e'. was bIj'e ad 24P~ee
13 Blut.. Ore-ssaaand Cr Um the
eli. ovitabrean were injurood in he
yards of the LOulaISTVIeAs-IN&A~vtl"'
trtoal841 evsasy herm The re'alu
JIPW d wtraIck. teamed oer 8%40en
sbom Ryas Was caefflt sadepr it sad
crumb"d to deathb The kgasawsanad
Owiebeft wvam w afew-Raw is

Deorts"'"Moeyto Seo" Tazoo
. fetw -"The saval

whkb"lef0 fee lea UIaseeusso cart" I
1?6 o Is a. met byfrag 'ar'e
Rmmlbv busalibee bvru is w4wr i t I4
SMOSS a ta thwas" may be &!a&
MWd berea MOtoe eeGusot mudl%.eO
aD.St. wheea ta of I per MO!s.
is buel"d bmy""ON depe Ill
by mebahoes anthee *we kBwlande
goodhat We sfyVal111be wr"tre
bev befmedbutsy .eM6 s t*e
- of s 4d m met. teumvt U04
vhS be aiIme siytthe 41boy
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Banker and B&rtfider Charged
With MisuIe Of Maris.


Bought 1,000 Acres of Louisiana Land
at $1.50 per acre and old the Land

Cut Up Into Lots 0 Feet Square for
.' $20-45,000 Instead $150,000 Assets.
Chicago. Dec. 30.-T.i'w federal
grand jury has returned in lcii .etits
against Lou s A. Goardain, ;:'Irleotor
of P.e Imiperial bank of De'ar":u andl
Madison street. and John I ltklton.
former proprietor of a Nor,:. Silv, sin.
loon. both acused of using t!ij ntulls
to 'defraud.
The indictments accuse tIh, m if tt,'I
Ing fraudulent options on a, c, gtd oil
lands In Louisiana. The it tictments
states that Dalton and (kltir Iitl actlii
under the name of the limi',ana Stat,.
I)an and Trust company if New Or-
leans. purchnasd 1.000 actor, of landI
In Winnl pariah. La., at $1 .'7' an acite
platted the land into liaiil 'o0 frte
square and offered optiouins oIln tirne
plots for $20 moeh own to :.'c atc.
These option certificatenH |e' nruntie
to resemble lottery tick e ti," an cer
tain prizes ranging from .'. to $5
were paid as bah.
Monthly liss,. purjirtitint t l e the'
lits of prices bid for thi oi l lind
were sent out to thoe purch.e-i s of op
tious The Ini'lect ?" t I 4 '.1c'e* that
tShe enterprise %as i frail inut I it,
leases w re wirth i l miret than t'v
each that no oil ever nit f"'ind, on
the lan.is; thai no ill!(I hadil II en
made; that th ny ms re' $'. j i.', ail, eL i.. $ 1 ii


Macon Street Railway Will Be Greatly

Maeon. (a., ) ec"
of t.:ae directors off
an! Light couipan)
formed for twtlin
w'to worth of net
l>!ut,t here (!lI
ht svillantefd bvr
fl4oti, k liiat thel <

'4) --At. a n irtliti
'ihe Maron it.ei. wi)
'oii'nract r.- c n'i
$1 ( io N ) il. I $9i1
rail hlne'ry ir thu,
'It el i rt .lii it II
nI'w .lireet <4lieinte
,;sarl'y wlil I, trip

Manaiier Ny.asn and Secretary andI
Treasuri r ir irli, *il devote thuir at
tintlion to the iiiprovementi of the'
p;ntil at The' street raill-y service has great
ly Inrreaid d ir'lrn the palst few year
and the einlarle-': plant is greatly
Bneeled. -
Children Deltroyed by Cayetee.
Ien Aalon'1 .1- De W.So 4ireat
Ions of iowt'e*-n.r ,lmal l Is wing sus
talJed in asr(tl, !i Meilon from co
yp(ce and w'ver-s with rabies (ettlke
mai from the. ItII i irane country say
prawirally all tl coyotes beroad the
river are Pa m an the eattIlems are
eoTurine the co' r ry sad eotermiast
nlag them Se,*-l Msteas cl ridres
Is ('aheutta hav' 1ce** bite1 aa4 d4ed
The spread of 'tb- rlabte to Texas to
Fatal Leap from Train.
Ware Tes. I e' 34 -- Wbhle leo
Pay.e, a yowags *ia. saei ed of trying
to emll a borhe r t hisl ow. was on
as latfaellranno: ad Gret ?ortlae
train. Is the eaa "'y of oNeerS. s a*4
really broke tIhr'.O a er wd of pae
iSag sad4 .**-.4 Ol aS be traIta
was rvoeas Brase bruld H.
fei teae *w*a'w,4 4iaee e of 41
feet to a heap of 'rVt eel. aseaialags
itseaes whtct wi ar. pre~My pre fa
ta: Him bas e, wee abiebled wh
be leoped-,
e041e00 Aee rew90
arbe Wrte ad T Dee St .-rae
de4tomste mto I T *-4ae Ae frie
alles allaI-*f ith the lawinsrlaJ
Worbe of Ib' w Arlid. hoe bees es
petied fr' a1w 'If by the adh.eneta
of the Amei~ar e w.-A thet f lakem
a0e y S*"s ..S' heir setiee w I

detat.-ee as F we p aas ere

matt ilea ,,oe w e e* t isat
-| slad te ue teN* to e eo


Shaw Excuses Chicago Banker Because
Other Bankers Vio'ate Laws.
Clhicago, 1Dc. It)0 Secretary of t ",'
Tis' -ti'ry S w iat i iv,'l in it- c'
frout Wa.shitg'uon andi lio tin inil) i''
pr'.^ c'.r,'tlly >' "c';: !d lilt r o' lon .| h, : o
criminal proect'lion growing iout of,
. ("lc:l;i N."tilolial 'anit al.I I'
H mui( Savings bank of thl~ city. lit
"John IH. Walsh did not take one
dollar tlianonestly. He dli,l no mov'e
than many other bankers In (he IUnited
States are doint all the time,.
"T'e rnitor of criminal I jPoimtillon
is no;'ting tait talk. T.i'r te has been
no mil-t'xAileme'nt or theA. FPr every
dollar taken out gllt-el'iAt m-curity
was paced within. The' delpo itorA
ill: gel ietry dollar, and wiiun that
hal been ac'omplishe the respoilhti Il!ty
of the government cti'ase. 'Th'. part
of tihe banklng law prihibitlinig the
limning of imorte than 10 I'er cetit of
tIe rapitall rtton to one' man imay ha te
bet n violated. That li not a crinliial
vi(.lation, nnil il; that can tbe donti, I.-
to liquidate the hank and Ipy offi thl
depositor. Th,' violation of tlihat law
by one l hnk to no more than tlui Ib'e'n
diont by alliloti every tank In ithe

Gardener Was Killed and Several
Thousand Dollare Damage Done.
New York. Der. :0--Ini lgnorliane ofi
there exloh.ion w.tlch had l hakein tie'
h r' e was til ire than a Ill tal affair
th is r iiiPt of C(harles i 11 i l.ir nl
1', l, t hlislho ;;i nichg t. o itlli i,' l
lth, i t i erl oI I,' It warn s.',v ',.l hu i iou
wlt' i i tl.i' I t I, r ii I tal a i t I ; i o #
Jille .>1i .I,.!: '.licrkly ht'y. I c tile',efn
ltoi iiPs. f l ti a l that .w-tl'iil tho lui iali I
of !it% -o', l f 'IR C,4lII i lo lI
r %NIll .ir), lhim e 1 thl n iti t al lf li t'
e' Il 11 fI C fl,. l I l the a ie l ie. .1'
f i U '-g al' fi. N. a 'ti.
I I, f i Bt a pa:i > ) anld l ii< h4 ) i .'i
.'in i t c ir s wl hi n i a9.11 t,1i l.
III ;i K i iin i :;1l f i4l frP tt I ll 11i 1
Hi' t ti>
t' .1.? i t l lo iil t % .'Il h icrl r, o f l e
it I' | 'i hatf ri ,t t. I iv a- In
| 3 *w w * *> r t I r I 1 114 I
| i l i 'A A fo i'i I I' l f tv1 I ti t in I
l it il s a ) 'so I I il I t *. 'l ll. Iet

f'* fr, l l + 1 1 11 1 4 t \ Hi I ti liti
ia o h Ia r1 1 nr il n .r. i C if hlm
The' ge i s Ih i f a i er ';dt :1.1 not
r ',lve' Ihe ru i'tt if i lot ie a '-lt uni il
'hei party lirolo up

No Ultimatum Sent
aris. Ih*e. 3", Tre foreign toffll
e'sys ano utimlalum has been s.'nt to
V\'t nr-i'l a4nd colnlider l.e reports
rlrruilalil t to That *eca-t are the ot
gr wbh ofe thbe couoferovIes between
Icrre larv KnryM and Ambassador Jim
ePrand crart.ralig further Instrflrtiol
tto t enral Milnster Rloeell at ('ararse
Tbe oltlalos here a y that the reeiniump
flog by Vtesasiils of dipWmastle r' i
floesi with the Prearch rbarg d'4 airr..
M Talway. is eeelmlial as prelilmiory.
to lnasidertag the other qsstlionu iI
dispte _________
irnedl in Tenemenet Heose
Mal MIpoMolle. Miss., Dev .( Iie
parkeI dted. wom sereouaily I j tft.o Ii
and ift*** or more ljor ", '", 'o'!
nome by aeAoi ae lther re..,:'I r *
4dseerMtiel by Are of 'b t ir.i l '
tasemseat beees MInB.1aa i*** .
Tee Are stared the a.-rsi, reit. 'i
Mrs lorralis lerkleiff in ib r r o l,
of the big lteelantl andr *,ier1 *"l,
woefllahl rla4idiy TwIe1,,t e**t
fealites were rotsed fr.,m "* .* '
Sad4 set Stuv'rinfg snut f e .. I
lIte the I1 4*'g*.1 ,w *,* **, *'i
S i6wro

well ft Jetece4111"0e1,9
Me,': -a-', rs I W 01:o 0*"
A, &o~r U'C4 a*%goWe O'
Its ha' a bt'a ."e'r. A's&
for I,...- m''j a.'I up$
Jleech It 'i AS' j t. *a 'd'I C
spilt.!i Q_ "' s'i5. r' &? 5"t
Of RLaSO %* 'o,118 -it- "a .
lbs fer o ffP*a S '' 91'?'rsI ?it
16*40 sa., .V'i... 9&6*8
sm .11
y.i Ce'-.W 'we 1spr
A, so a !- C
A"lb ,'R ,e I*** 5 .. Me
Wo k6. &a'ge .eI 5
--hS's* e.'aa6fMIev d
~sa on s es


All the Details of the Union Have
Been Agreed Upon.
fi ljetIopsi.Ia, I str :11 1i f I t-s'n..C, I nIeor'
rast Inim oeay'soirtecs#'e'.InsA was rmani'
to-Moed by too. earktis iti ite-ilitiers f fthfli
eoetvnilfitiltv eel the' cr'istro lit rii ltnotify Oe
nag antl ionialoou'rlateli'ns'leyte-a rita
41hurcos's ad they airAtii II 4Vtolarlors 0f
the lbxsitho'rn ls.I i t'll 140,111V stil lly
&uralling the fuell lre'gie~rt of lb. sub
a~nsrn fis e. jitch siet'ionclArk thee fisut
etelpist Inbfe-coirg.n',- ittiiipri eff the two
orhe retwoo
Ill'f'it's' tlth'%~V toC ioC'thC*e rlliirchoto
Wil 1W, 'c'frilsI A 1-Ir- 4l16 havs Ie-too

Loet Life by Cavel-IA.
WiYile'aaetpsglesee fkw III6 As [b. result
oif a ios,,,te *litii fh oetrrreji at ftbs sile
of'oi c "eti-S 'st, etollnal fl trippel4ita ei$
mu. lants toietting, fr'peeslitio,theirea"
'iry 0,4tl Striot,, 160 Pelrst(haldrna. an
ltaisti.s :si eris 3.1A, &&,I too ether
i W4rhneeuehwere hIsfurd (0R 1Smi10th
a 's.'jnfrrit waslb.em'woe seriously
htar' At Inst it Vwas 601,.0veel Ihat
se-seral nsaawe re oiorsblW' troat I9 was,
de.ui~es,votreej that f(hoisiorofa wsA tlit.
evfIy -oofe, otw ifo s'ele meet b toositresit.
firr it,. mesae of fistbe'1 to tIme to boo
These K101ed by Ean" It 011MA
11t.10-de", f. lad. liter 10 --ftThe
Woolen tg orfadal.sgifews. ssahaej lUs
a treigbs "alisa*Ceethe (Mimp 10
One raibruad"of Image HIM sofy.
gIfeatew PJobsJ fEyaIs, of Kowa,
rilreftaisjfffam J CYbries ofLA*
WAd I.PosesePi Mob",a brivlleme, u'if
Soudifoostov 14.4 wae ~slto ly hit .4
TU a grewsh I seiv g 00 St&0 Pa
tatwsgs w.esamrpse.4dof etforlgrsof r
owns kweiS with EMe4 araft ,6 f-1%
2"4to XVV 1w Trb so a epeer at

ovum*bme kg vemec

AAeI), X T ..f~p';') 4?vetSeve

daew*" ls I he.I Ir*t jfsti"*
opoveaks of t!-.& wis 'r~as4ertax
Isf Sa'.a cu'aw somaul oftas
VWb4 b* OWt0e O1.e O1 S 60"n
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Rich Arizonian Bays States

Should Be Single.


People of Arizona Had Rather Waft
Ten Years for Statehood Than Be
Joined Into Territory of New Mex-
loo-Ariaona Would Be Outvoted.
New York, Dec. 3to. Jaitnu )otig .
.lass. who Is tlie exctillve head of thi,
mining enterprnis'I in Arliona groupiw I
as the' Pbhelps, kltel"( A (th. interest,
ia quoted regarding his views upon the
prl)poiitS 'Joint statehood of Arizona
and New Mexico
Mr. IluglaiN says among other

.,o force Arlotin Into a union with
New Me'tico Is to do ia arent wrong to
the people( of the former territory,
who in ritual antelelents. religious
prefer rencesi and I.liinstrial Interests
iire wholly unlike the inhabitants of
New Mexxlo. New MNtico has a pop.
iilntion iufflclenl to justify her admis-
plni as a angle state and the people
of Arlions, among whom I have spent
more t h 3ll years of nmy life, woull
rather lon years for stateibood
thn Itw jolne fln to New Mexico.
II the e' lit of joint istatehood the
\ii t lnteti'lts Is Arilmn: woullt,! I out
I,,i0,'l anlt o controlled in the smaller
oif iaiatilon by thI gr*t it'r I ,piulation
oif t'h. pr.,etset terrltorl of New Mexl
Ie'. which Ii vastly Ie Iimpoirtant In
I lir valiie of its llaiale piroprty
I can well unlder stand that It may
renii drllIraile to ( hIilrtlIult a stato
.,llrnm nt i foir the tei'rllitnrial form
nt t'lt've-r it rc n mI' wil-'ly itrctinlllih.
id nii I canii a iiprecliate Itl present
ri'oral.lerall -in [ that ar Involvied In
lit* rboi r -ttinl i fl r jjoi f itstal blb ld, but
oltetir' ho*lihlt i iil'ou lt li thee Injie tirt e
thtil a'oiit I li invo i '!e In siri'i an un
tit allliawn Ino tlht of Arloria anil Now
%1l 11to "

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1KANo estn. .
ie School Ene Kn talnment'-.Ohrlstmas
gxex les--Masonic Insallation.
Island Grove, Des. 1-Chhistms.
bha psseed off. very pleuautly at this
S place. There bas baen tstle to mar
the happiness of our people but muooh
S to promote It.
The school It tblh place eloned for the
holidays i-s'FPrllsy, and on the even-
Idg of that day senttertah,iment was
given a& the school house by our wor-
thy teebers. Although the weather
OwO tlakeget, the house was crowded
to 1 ts most capacity and we are sure
tha 0 one was disappointed, for the
S wtertalnment was a complete success.
he smeeotin was called to order by
Pyof J. 0. Adkios, who gave a very
lqteresting and instructive talk on ed.
S national sobjecis. He was followed
by County Superintendent J. L. Kel.
lay, who interested his hearers for
some time with bright educational
f0 thoughts. He also payed high oompli-
ments to our tesobhers, Prof. Adklas,
Miss Fannie Missile and Miss Ors Ad-
kins, by saying that bthre are none bet-
1 -qr In Alachus county, and In sayilt g
Shlt he might Inolude the Stite, for
we belelve that Alseohus an compare
favorably with any county In the 8tate.
After his speech dialogues, tabaleaux,
orations, *ge., were admirably render-
ed by the young people and children.
When the program was completed sup.
per was served in the form of fresh
oysters, sandwiches, oake and coffee.
A meat som of money was realized,
Swhleh goes to pay the indebteness of
thbe school. The teachers are to be
eo ratolated upon their sueeess, for
the school le now free from debt.
Monday night the people all gather.
ed at the Methodist ehnreh, where
hey were met by a most beautiful
eight lan the form of a large Christmas
treea covered with beautiful trimmings,
and laden with beautiful gifts, em.
blematlo of the love our Lord bore for
ae when He gave His only Son to re-
deem us. The exercises were opened
with a song, which was followed by an
Impressive prayer by Rev. John
Thompson. Mr. J. Whislor then gave
a a appropriate talk, which was follow.
ed by a sonl, "Beautiful diar." Rov.
S Thompson was then called on and took
as a foundation for his talk the song
whieb had just been rendered. He
drew a beautiful mental pleture, de-
pleting all the nlosidets relative to the
birth and Hie of our Saviar. After an-
ether song had been tendered Santa
m, a1de his appearance, easing muoh
th amoeg the ehlldren. Prseents
were dhea distributed and all departed
with a light heart.
Wednesday was the time for the reg.
s latr andal Installatioa of Masonie of.
Seenr, and is was doly rel oiolapd by
t Ae Masos at this place. They, with
S heir famille and friends, assembled
S a the hall Wednesday evening, where
th e olemn rite was performed iln the
presenee of all. The meeting was o~*
s eed with prayer by Mr. F. T. Baker,
S 11r. After the of eers had been Install-
ed a delightful supper was spread by
theladle sad was much enjoyed by
4 all.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Baker entertain-
2 ed their young friends at their hospit.
able home Tuesday evening.
f Miss Annie Me laine of Aroher is
S. isitlag Miss Zeima Cason.




Again tbe wedding bells nave chim.
ed forth, this time the fortunate lot
fell to Lee Lowery, when he captured
as his prise Miss Clara Abstelae.
The oeeremony was performed at the
relsdesee of the bride's parents on the
*voengalof the 28th nlst. It was a very
qalet afair, only the relatives being
Mr. lowery is very fortunate in hay.
lag Miss Abetelne for his bride, for she
is a sweet and amiable young lady.
The young people enjoyed the *
sade Immamasly. The married ooople
Stagaks they would escape the young
asoseaders by ehaangig their retl.
dease, bea were caught up with and
made to pay the penalty. "Turner.
Don't Yoe Opena That DoorI'" They
departed last nlght for their home ina
Jasekoavillo, carrying with them the
best wishes of all. anid a host of old
Turnor Ocoa aed Armour llriwe
weat to iaaieville today to visit
Mr. aad Mrs. ingletary of Gainee-
vt h v boe" vislatiag ere for mvero

IIi 2el6ma Oae aad Anaie Moa-
Inse v~ttttem friends at Ciuta.
Wm I a t thae tMrs E. A
No bote quite ill. is oe*-

Mr. I am W. R. lre oetoMnaie.-
ad theteae ight with

O-fe M kl-om go







There's a big difference
between what a baby wants
and what he needs. Deny
him the one, give him the
other. Most babies need
Scott's Emulsion-it's the
right thing for a baby. It
contains a lot of strength-
building qualities that their
food may not contain. After
a while they get to want it.
Why? Because it makes
them comfortable. Those
dimples and round cheeks
mean health and ease. Scott's
Epulsion makes children
easy; keeps them so, too.
SCOTT A IOWNE, 409 Pearl St., New York.

Begins Service New Year's Day.
BDikins, W. Va., Dec. 30.-Regular
train service over the Just completed
coal and coke railroad from thbls city
to Charleston, W. Va., will be Inau-
gurated on New Years' day, trains
starting that morning from both ends
of the line. The new road was built
by former Senator H. 0. Davis, to
afford access to the central West Vir.
Pnisa coal fields and will make a new
eat and west route.

Hill Too III to Testify.
New Yotl, Dec. 30-David Bennett
Hill, former United States senator, has
written to the legislative Insurance in.
veetigating committee, saying in an-
ewer to a letter requesting that be
appear as a witness, that he Is 11L Mr.
Hill writes that he Is in bed part of
the time and does not think he ought
to make so extended a trip as would
be necessary If he testified for at least
two weeks to come.

Big Gifts for Misions.
Cincinnati, Dec. 80.--Two Christ-
maa gifts, amountng to $16,000 for the
United Staites and foreign missionary
societies of the Christian church, were
announced at the mimlon rooms In this
city. This sum was given by two
Ben, whose names are, at their request,
withheld, one giving $10,000 and the
other $6,000.

American Bishops Protest.
Rome. Dee. 30.-The Utican author.
ties have received remonstrances
from several American bsehpe against
the ailienoes granted by the pope to
Americans who. In the opinion of 4hoes
bishops, were not worthy of the bho
or, which, It is added, created diseast
lafaction among the faithful.

Stole Ride to Eternity.
Cbvington, (O.. Dec. 30.-In an at-
tempt to Mteal a ride on top of a pan-
seaenr train on the Georgia railroad
papsengr. Julius Adams. a Covington
nexro, was knocked to the ground as
the4 train was .xailng under the wagon
bridge a short di.;:anee wet of Greens
boro and instantly killed.

Living In shooting Lodge.
Cernttville. Vn., )ec. 30,-iPrcelident
nd Mrs. Roosevelt are living In the
ut'le shooitin lAdge among the pinea
while the genlthmen who accompanied
them are In the White cottage, nearby
The first number of the program was
an early start for a bunt in the woods
of Albemarle.

At'antans Leame Conv!ctg.
M tate ha leaI'ed to A I'>. l* 'e & ('..
o work In .>awmll;s at [k)than. T'i
,rice In $.i0 lsr monthb, the best
ever retlived In the south. The
next best is $2t, made som e time ago.

All Pestis Are DiMesharged.
TIBomasstos. OGa., Dee. 80.-T- par.-
lee ooseetl witth the Howard trag*4y

havo bees diaaifed. tbere notbIn
tadmes Ocl VUdMee to ImplteatoImm

A Guarsmtted Owe For Piles.
Itehong. bilind.bleedlag. protruding
pl~es. Dueggtsa ave butbeelsed to re.j
foed mwose It PASO OINT31INN?
fill to ae to 4Ito 4Itisys. )e.
esommod PON" Cars.
Tbe SeabosauiAir LieUs* .sesbet-
si irf. as %esweesmMAd
ams em usgin WeevmsWall. %be&
"Rneaw" wick *t e 608 a ag esntunI
Lisimvi" Ie

One Men Killed and Thre Others Are
Wounded at Dance.
Brooks, O ., Dec. 30.-A, terrible
shooting afray happened at a danee
at theU oe of Tony Biles, a few miles
sout of here.
Two young men quarrel shabout a
partner la a dance and wee ordered
OWt of the bouse by Mr. Biles. The
difficulty was renewed in the yard.
Mr. Biles ran out with his shotgun.
when a general fusilade of shots were
fired, participated in by a large crowd,
resUltUlg in the death of Tony Biles
and the wounding of John W. OooN.
In, Lander Goodin and Frank Morris.
Bisles I survived by his wife and six
John W. Goodin and Tony BlIes were
brothers In law. There is geat ex-
citement over the affair, which is great.
ly deplored. All parties are prominent.


John William Moore is Held on that
O(lumbus, Ga., Dec. 80.-John Wil.
liam Moore, a white man, was bound
over to the superior court by JudJgp
Hargett on the charge of bigamy.
'1%e circumstances in the case were
somewhat unusual.
December 25th, 1903, Moore married
Miss Minnie Dees, of east Htghlande,
and a year after they separated, al.
though no divorce was secured, so far
aa shown. December 10, 1905, the
married Miss Maud Hudson, of NMOQ
Highlands. The two wives live within
a few blocks of each other. The first
wife is the prosecutor In the bigluy
Solentifl Association Meeta.
New Orleans, Dec. 30.--.Te fifty-
ninth annual meeting of the American
association for the advancement of
elence has opened here with about 800
delegates registered. Among those
present are many men of national and
International prominence. The first
general session occurred In the Tem.
ple Sinai, where former Congreseman
0. F. Buck, In behalf of the governor;
Mayor Behrman and President Craig.
head, of Tulane university, made ad-
dresses of welcome.

,Unoonsolous for 26 Days.
Ban Antonio, Tex.. Dec. 30.-Tibor.
cit Rocha, after being unconscious 26
days. opened his eyes at the hospital
and told a tale of assault and attempt
to cut out hbl tongue. The men named
by him are under arrest, charged with
assault to murder. Rocha was found
unconscious a month ago, and his life
was for days despaired of. His assal.
ants were Jealous, he asserts. All are
Covshing Spell Caused Death.
"Harry Duekwell, aged 25 years,
choked to death early yesterday morn.
Ing at his home in the presence of his
wife asd child. Hlie contracted a slight
sold a few days ago and paid but little
attention to it. Yesterday morning
he was seized with a fit of coughing
which continued for soine time. His
wife sent for a physician, but before
he could arrive another coughing
spell same on and Duekwell died from
erat. theember slet. 1001." Ballard's
Horehound ryrud would have saved
him e, 4s~and Sl. $old by W. M.
Christmas Holiday Rates.
The Atlantie Coast Lime. to give ev.
cry one an opportunity to visit their
bomee and friends, will sell tickets ae-
count of the Christmas holidays be*
twee1 all points at one and one-third
fares plus twenty*five (j) eents for
the round trip. These tickets will be
oe sel* Deoember M.1. SM, 4th, 6Mth,
80th, 1lt and January lst. fSinal limit
of ame Jamuary 4th.
For students and teachers these same
rate will apply with the ezeeptioa
tlat they will be on sale December
17th to 34tkh, elusive. Thee lekets
will only be sold to students upon pre-
estalion of a crtildeat s*Isgned by the

prlelpalmand prmid*ale of the vari.
ous imltiltutioa.
All of those* who have daughters
semnla are Chrisms ebhould call on ,
AtlaUd COase Lime ageaa or write
Prask O. Beyletoe. District Pamsager
jAst. Jasmeavllle. Fa.
City ODrecW V Fw or Se.
We have a amber of copies of 4
Boetsa l y rsem 7 og ale at The
le ears. It I a heady refaseme
amesPl lw$I ***.** hlI

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YEAR SERViE NEY FREE Famous Ohio Physician Purchases De.
surable Residence Here
Dr. W. 11 s,5:,.y, who f, ,ral
A MR H Buy Your Clothin and Get ,-U'. S -, --owoandl iT t e of
y Fine Services at Bap. a Key to the Money B3x. h., .h'a ..,. so D-. .
and Methodist Churches. noted iectic phsicia,, of it, n. ho
has decided to Iate here. Ihr and
UENT SERMONS PREPARED tMrs. Spenrerhvebeen'in 0t A ty f .rDM
some time. s'. pptl with Mrb.. R. H
SBrulc,. It was th, tIr t visitrM t to
stores of Both Churches, App- Florida, asid they were attrpleoed by
to to the Occasion of Passing the advantgips of Gaioieri I. as a D M
of the Old Year Music clean, moral aid edueaitioiril city,
ally Arranged. with the result that they Itrthased
services at the churches today tickets here. They have met minly o
io to be of unusual interest, our people, and have been so royallyO F
special New Year rmos will received and entertained in ir nmes
sepeeial lew Year sermos will that they decided Gaineuiri!e was a
delivered at the various places of We have played In the Money Bank .."pretty good place to live." lies.ring
hip. Especially interesting will now on exhibition in our show window to settle permanently, Dr Spencer
the sermonsof Rev. 8. B. Rogers ofa sum of money. Is is locked by purchased the sibley place, a d has
First Baptist church and Rev. T. J. Special Eagle look, and only one keyalso arranged with Dr. 81bley It, t-in P R IC E S
n of the Methodist church, who will unlock it. For every DOLLAR'S practice in his office, Eastl Mlain stlet,
hho have supplied the subjects of their WORTH of goods purchased FOR CASH North. He will assume oharie of the
rmons for the occasion. A large in our store until March 81ot, 1906, a offers ast once
relation will no doubt greet key will be given free. On March 81st, Dr. ibley, who is one of the d and
ba of thee pastors at both ser- and for 15 days thereafter, the holder moDs widely known citioeuo and phy-
leee, for, assarole, th public appre- ofa keyor keys will be given anoppor- ns, ha not ye s d ed hethr THRTY Are of d t Cot a I then
the subjects upon which they are tunity to try them. The money will he would remain in Gainesville or ePok
be taught before satending service, be given to she;arty entitled to is on a more extended fi in Hi ratilce you have to pay the fl 1 price agaia.
The Sunday shool will conveel at April 16th. mhere is large, but he feel. thati te
usual hour (9:80 a. m.) at the Bap- here is larle, but he feel that hIl
|ist church. This will be followed by th 1k p mig enter another a errit tort
preaching at 10:30, and Mr. Rogers MARC S L, hickl populate d ae d ciertoa l i the -i
has aeleted for his subject, "The I ease. He may deid* to locate in
World Padsia Away-The Old Year The Outfitter, dealer In Finest Jaeksonville, but in the event that he
)Dylng." Thep will be a meeting of Clothing, Shooe. Hats, Trunk., doe not, will ope nsoother ot i~e here.
the Suonbeame at 2 o'clock in the after. Valises, Suit Caee, etc. The people of alneetille welcome
uoo,. followed by the B. Y. P. U. at 8Dr. and Mrs. Spencer to Uaineville,ae the Pofit uy
-o'elock. Tbesubjeut forth evening, MITCHELL WAS PROMINENT. ad hope they will col to be w Save the Profit by Byin from
the enle blaingl at 7:16, will be pleased.
"Fighting Dreams." Mr. Rogers is an Funeral Was Largely Attended-All Torture of a Preacher.
eloquent and forceful speaker, and Stores Were Closed. The story of the torture of Rev o0
should be heard to be appreciated for Former Conduetor J. J. Mitchell of D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist church
his full worth, the Atlantis Oolast Lime, who wal of Harperoville, N. Y., will interest
At Kavanaugh Methodist church killed by a selro when aein as spe- you. He says: "I suffered agonil,
8landay-ehool will be held at 0:80 a. cial pole at t Petersburg on Christ beesauose of a peresitent cough, result-
m. Them will be preaching ast 10:80 mrs Day, the negro afterward beinD Enl from the grip. I had to sleep sit-
s. m., and Mr. Nixon, the pastor, has killed by a mob, was a very popular slog up in bed. I tried many rem-
taken forhissubject, "Forgotten Mem, man, as was demonstrated by *t dles without relief until I took Dr
ories Revived." The Junior Leagoue funeral, which was held a couple of King's New Discovery for ('onump.
will usoo at 2:16 p. m.. ad the Benior days after. tion, Coughs and Colds, which entirely
League at 8 o'clock. The evenalong er- J. Fl*etcher Burnett, who was a lose eured my cough and saved ime from
flee will bilein at 7:15 o'clock. The personal friend of Captain Mitchell. eonsumptioon." A grand eure for die.
objectt will be, "A Wathnight Moed- attended the funeral. Upon his return eased conditions of throat avid luongs.
Citation Good musie and everybody to this Aity he stated thai this affair At all drugglist; prfe i!W" and 91 Of,
welcome. was one uf she saddest aitd most im- guaranteed Trial hostle- fro.e'.
The service at the First Presbywt- presaive ever witnessed, and the peo. _______
risa chureh, Rev. Thomas P. Hay, will pie exemplifed their friendship by the THE RUSSIAN TEA.
be as follows: 10:80 a m., morning manner in which they presented them- Delightful Function to be Given by the
oerviee; 8 p. m., Sabbath school; 6.46 selves at the funeral. Twenfu tieth Century Club th
p. m., Westminster League. Topic, "All the stores of ct. Petersburg 4
"Looking Backward." Moethly does were closed during the funeral." said The following is the program of the
for *ezpenes eolleeted. 7:80 p. m., Mr. Burnett, "on% of respe tlr the mulle for the Russuen t& to. b gives B T & LI COP
evening service, deeased. The funeral was largely st. New Year's night by the members of (In.ooporX te41 l
Special werviee will be held at Holy tended, nearly everybody in the aity thleTwrntieth Century Clot VO
Trinity Episopal,. Christian Advent having either attended the church or 1)uet, "In t -stal Array," lierik E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
and St. Patriek's Catholie service. the cemetery. and tie eipresiouts of Eniteloviteh-Mldelprnes Kos..e.l and Abaeeate of Title and full ibnformatlon furnlashed sdagd leads it oiM
The public is cordially invited to all those pre"nt showed evidence of in- Beeker. county. Our manager has lived in this o til e
pl8Aeeof worskip. uine sorrow." Trio. Ru**lan Notio|nal Aith-m- is thoroughly enaveman with lto.
EARLY NEW.YEAR SERVICE. Captain Nitehell's friends here were msedames (o1404wi l. Beckr anid isle _____
ER very torry to hear of the fatal tragedy holo," Whispe.r rand I 1Wi ll .-ar" - O |
As la the Custom of the Presbyterian bhiob ended his life. He was we ll 8, paioviteb-Mrs.e )s.al q
Church, Service Wdi be Hold. known in this seetinn, and was liked Solo,. "Iin IDrop."* Foodorsk-Mre. FIRSK. AOCDENT, BUROLART AND INDMINITY INIURANOK. Rep
by all who koaew him. The informs. Russelln. seating a member ofl pro mI lsel t Ast ertesa ~ lle .paee
A early morning New Year r-tionofhis deth as the hands of a t ,"ehoue b lia," 8trel.tki- AL W TATS ANDOA
l w hllbeh e Mo ndas the morninP b- dirty ondor of the law fell heavily Mrs o ,dl mdr m2 .0
teria Cberh o Monday morois hape ee o hearts of his friend, sod Folo. Oper tl eestion. Rub io........
JamseM Ist at. i7:0 o'elsk. Thisea hey a re all glad tat he was aordd -Mr .-rald
wa oeasm sad esotisv sbrdlinkeepingwite rh theochara e r o i "Melodio." .4lgismoad ttolow. Take he At lantic C oast oL ine
eu.ded ad fuoil of interet. The -of the vetim. ski-Mesdames hueell nd eker
mmb.ofe oall tecaree s the Frl ds here e.tend a mostly ______.**, f011OR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
. .eral publ. are .orPdially lnvied syoe eadNT "" w a "" -
sead .orphans of ihe deesd. V 0e v Ia ,
A "Qulie Hour" service will be eld A Flne Animal. J|[ o| N1 IfSt eJar nca-wmoe
Ill is aboreb Tuoeday fiermoes a One of the most magemfist horse JMoO 11 s4o Jehme MesWe toma
*Ote,, k. m ev. *T ho7 OM f er am in ,M .- tse i ad b. V. *.- -... Rapid Transit and UnsuTrpTam ld Servl oe
*otl* see isoly deveitomal, t e* V. W. Chase. who i very mek do* I PW S Pm. T5e. *set April 16. 1606.
ilded trdeslope spirili life ore voted to IS seek. While a Ushe -
mIS. s folebio p mud emeo teie. V, Waes m sly Mr. ChOase w t*o A psekhm of I)avle' Bos Prepered Dept For OAIXIMVILLI Arrim Ire
Beqtal r eeial player alleO I1- b os e sad admired. wish the rels Plet eoesals no edolsefrstl a say '- ...... .... ..' ...
i**d. sad eml latoleemilm doterd that a perhaM followed. The ul sml ferm whater, md whea alysed the I lOp iH 5lap m Mla ser.* i am a
fral de ilagm the divine help sad arrived few days ago, ad eoetlsd oModeoie *ah sands wull s hl w iad __ .___
ui**e** the .tduiraios of sho who uesw a ftl bsMi 41ft wa Pm 9a-p. o 0 s. Leosbun s-Tfta. T M 4 pa,*
All thetoe Ia o hy with th per- what a ood horMe is. Mr. Chome' Dally lalefeudiae Potate 0
WO. . f. -w,,.S. ill b wSl-. fi, lce.a. dsr n tiN are W m h I otgh..K,,w, Ct. ,
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UMCn. Address, THE DAILY S'UN,


"They all work father" will now be
laid away along with the moth balls
until next Christmas.
It Just seems as though the Georgia
courts wanted to torture the Raw.
S lngI erowd as long as possible before
y they hang them.
Getting drunk is not considered a
S ivillled way of observing the hirsh of
Shriest, bat there aeems to be a desire
among some men to thoa keep op the
Guess the people of Oregon most
know the new Senator from that State.
They have not said anything "agil"
hile and he has been in his place about
three weeks.
The writer of "Roses Bloom in Sum-
mBer Only" had probably never
S *spent a winter In Florida, where we
have some fine ones In bloom at the
: preent time. ____
Don't make any good resolutions for
the New Year, but Just do It. So many
,. follows are sash clever chapel and ap-
S preelatlve that they swear off and then
S treat he resolution.

Tampa Is after business wherever It
a be found, but we did not believe
f haM they would work up a strike in
Key West to help their oigRr trade. as
i the Islanders allege.
Next month will bring forth several
busame ebhanges In Gainesville, which
will be a surprise to many people. It
S l quite certain our oity is on the sun.
S a side of the business world.

A Nebraska female took anti-fat to
r reduce her flesh. When she began to
reduee In good shape she stopped
breathing. __

"It is a beauty," said a gentleman
us he pasted along the street and
looked up at the new Epieopal church,
Bo say we all.

The State Fair at Tampa appears to
have been a financial *uoee and a 2?f
per cent dividend has been decrolared
on the eanital stouk

i .

.-. ..--- D)uring the year just closing The
It the Happy New Year finds you Twice-a-Week Sun has had a remark.
serenely happy. look about you and able llrowth in its list of subseribers
wee if you can't find some one le to and we desire to thank our Sany
cheer up on hir way. e friends who have taken such au lnter-
r up.on .ir way I est in it welfare. The Sun does not

The eool weather if the past few 'laim to be a world-per. but it doe
days eemo to tbther the fellows who desire to represent tlineville and
have nothing to do but keep warm.;lachus unt. Twieesob week it
nt out 14 upwards of two thousand
more than anyone *else. sut'scrbe in the county. and to eb
; and very oneof thAe" and their fame
The Itanner of l.iberty at Jasper will ilets we wish a Happy and Prepe.roes
east polities aside and for the year New Year.
19tW work for II.*e bel interests of that! Nw's This
eity A golden rrolution for the New I
Year We offer Ose Huadred 1illaM rs .
ward for any ese of eatarth that ca.s
Jedgial from the report that have not be cured by Hall's atarrh Cure.
be esreivtd fruim the fereoiga cos- F.J. COnsT ar Co..Teledo, 0.
ries ht have thrieasned to eat in on We. the um4erlged-,. 41ve kmaws' F.
ohse 4s e production of the South. J' Cheey foe the las tIS W s. an b.
there lk little or no danger of any ri.- b!heis seaem s oorab la adS
l ben up from that soure. able to ear ot ay obligats ae
..... ~by hisarm.
Deast iU ti go to ehureh today as WALtS. KI EMIAX MAMAtM.
this is 6an aay to the owar. lelo aalD DI 0- b 0.
tlhkl ma i In the year, o Hall's Clau rft o in I k tn alwe.
Y" a lye o have not missenad Daily, aeita ditet( at he bl i
ta" is ti e lbtelsear Thie will 'ed mwss.earti the -te
S l l M I- 10 yera. so ia TesteelatM eow fl e t W i pe
biilm i Stol i at'rl e f a- wlb tI ni1. S ft
-t o,- bleak h re iof a t. Rath See se,,,,.


Without any resolution, but keep-
ing up with the march of improve-
ment already begun, Florida will do
better in the coming year of 1906 than
ever before, and march along close to
the front in the way of advancement
in the sear that is now elose at hand.
Mnny delusions have been removed
in the psat. year regarding our beau.
tiful State, and thosm who have come
here and seen for themselves are eat-
isfied that the half h's never been
told, or if it has, the story has been
garbled, as Florida is the place where
not only the afflicted may come to re-
gain their health, but where the
rustler for business may come to ac.
quire wealth,
People wto have come here from
the North expecting to find prices ex-
orbitant in the line of household ne-
cesaities, hare soon discovered that
they can live as cheaply as in the old
settled sections of that portion of the
country. In the line of fuel there is a
big saving, and the man who owns his
own home here is as well off as those
in the North and is not frozen nearly
to death six months in the year. .
And in regard to building a home,
the opportunities are equal here to
any section. The Jacksonville Devel-
opment Company makes it possible for
a man to build a home on the Install-
ment plan with interest as low as in
the most favored sections of the coun.
try, and this company will soon be do.
ing bosineu in many cities of the
Every city in Florida is growing.
new enterprises are springing op, and
we have enough produaot of the soil to
feed twice as many people as we now
have. Florids for 1901 promises well.


Lee county should feel pardonable
pride in being enabled to herald itself
in the future as the "Banner Citrue
Fruit Couoty of Florij4." In a State
in whibh the *altare of eltrus fruit is a
leading Industry, an Industry to which
the very boet efforts of skilled experts
are devoted, It is a high honor to be
acclaimed M Itn eitrus fruit growing.
Lee's exhibit at the State Fair in-
eluded prodoets of this nature that no
other county in the State could show.
No soih diversified, and at the same
time generally axoellent exhibit of
fruit, was ever made In the United
States, and Lee's distinction as fRrt in
eitrus fruits In Florida means, in fact,
first nla the United States, for Florida
is first of all the States of the Union in
this Industry. Commissioner Philip
Isaaos may bear home to his people a
badge of honor that cannot be dis-
counted and that is in some respects
to be preferred even to the blue rib-
bon, as It ti the badge of pre-eminenee
in a pro-eminenit indtistry.-Tampa
Tribune. ____


lie who says "I will!" over and over
to himself and tries, and who keeps on
saying and trying, is bound to win,
whether he be only 18 years of age or
No. The trouble with the average
man or woman lis to be found In the
too-ready disposltlon to give up. The
king (the will) is dethroned long be-
fore sO, sometimes before 90 and even
before 40. The individual thinks he
ham lost his ehanoe sad the Scripture
says: "As a man thiaketh in his
heart, so is he He thinks he is not
goed for much and so thinking he is
not good for much. He has lot his

A StMia et Twasedy Rasu Threogh
Their Hitafory.
Abraham Lincolu's. forefathers wero
ploueers-menu ho le-ft their homes to
open up the wildw'c't ess and make the
way plain for othtirs to follow them.
For 170 years, t.',r since the first
American Linc .li came from England
to Maaass.chu...tt-, In 16t.:8, tley had
been moving sli.vly vwe.itw'ard as new
settlements were aude in the forest.
They faced solitude,, privation and all
the dangers aunl L.aishlipii that beset
men who take ul) tLblr baoues where
only beast ail wild men have had
homes before, but they continued to
press steadily forward, through they
lost fortune aul souietlmies even lifo
Itself In their westward progress.
Back In P'e;n,,ylltnila and New Jer-
sey some of the Liincolis had been meai
of wealth and Intlueuivn. In Kentucky,
where the future preildeut w:ta born
on Feb. 12, 18i0,. his parent:; lived lu
deep poverty. Their houtie was a satnll
log cabin of the ru-Ie~t kind, and noth-
Ing seemed more unlikely than that
their child, coming Into the world in.
such humble suirriotndlngs, was des-
tined to be the greatest man of his
time. True to his race, he also was to
be a pioneer, not. indeed, like his an-
cestors, a leader Into new woods and
unexplored fields, but a pioneer of a
nobler and grander sort, directing the
thoughts of men ever toward the right
and leading the Amer'ean people
through difficulthle anid dangers and a
mighty war to Ip'it' anrid freedom.
The story of this wonderful man be-
gins and ends with a tragedy, for his
grandfather, also named Abraham, was
killed by a shot from an Indian's rifle
while peaceably at work with bhi three
sons on the odge of their frontier clear-
ing. Eighty-one years later the presl-
dent himself met death by an assas-
sin's bullet. The murderer of one was

a savage of the forest: the murderer of
the otber that far more cruel thing, a
savage of civilization.--St. Nicholas.

Capt. W. J Tucker of Fort Pierce.) If You Are Insured..
has enme on the scene as a candidate Y A
for Governor of the State of Florida, k
and although he has never aspired to I a Company that is Responsible, Have a Policy Correctly
offiw, he is looked upon as a man fit- Written With Liberality of olicy Contract and the Company
ted for the gubernatorial chair. Being Pays Losses Promptly
a veteran of the Seminole and Civil
ware he has shown his yalty to there Ai r
people, and he will have a steadfa.to I u- ., A ru red
following from many sections of the
tate That so serious lose can overcome you without you have some
State I) refuge. ______________A

Sour Stomaach A, dent a nth Iura.
S u Stnho mact-- h I iNone but Reliable Compaa la Represented.

emt Ioe, A ,M CUSHMANT
a C h.b t Information cheerfully furnished. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA


SWhiskies, Wines, Beer and Malt

,P~eeiy~Palab~s. Peses.Ts.Ge se4


Bulk (oods-Jup Frte-Net Pres1d.

M ab tooenor7yourerIbe i runl Qt. Measure. 4 Q Qta I ta 1 oPer sllon:
eteg M a*e*ody Co.. Chkiage oN.Y. MW Hunting Club Rye ... IlS eA 00 5 7 00 Rye. GIl. Corn. Good grade.
AI M IAm N5. N0PGlon County Rye. ..0 4i t 7 0 I) li Per GallOn-
MM Nelson Count Rye.3 3 1 ) 00 Rye. Gin. Com. Rum. Pe quality.
Mono.ram R*.. 1 o so 0 oL.IoPer Gllon:
S- Hannes a 44 Rye 3 5 uo 9t50 Rye. Gin. Corn, Bum. Beat for the aueeY.
Social Drop ...... e to l O W .. 1.00P Perr oaulo:
Malt Whiskey z I' s 500 950 44 Rye PeachandApple Brlady. Mellow-
SPeob BrandyI 3 IS & 0 9 50 4.00 PerOallUo;
A p AplOe ruMiy .. ..... . 5 L o9k Viceorti Rye. Social l Droe Rye. Medolalal
HoUadU In ...... 3 4 a :3 j ualUty.
t Geneva tMlln s 500 n 98 LEMP ST. LOUIS BEER. Per Des.
North arolnas Cors 6 4 0 '0 Yrlastar Beer... S U'
LuIII I latIII a Coruna 3 : 5 Ex ...............
L a e r RuaIU J oa i i 4 11 Sti nda r ........ .......1 l 0
SMedford uml 3 ih g Malt. extra dark ... I I.
Pl-int to ke Ki ofI K n y, Itourbon 3 i 0 a A Ae. it d ..........
The new lazative. Do es Assortant AVUuwed on All Goods of same Liui em Stot t. plBeint l '
The new lazadve. Dom prte* Pricesby thbbl.oapplicalion.
not gripe or nauseate, --.
Cures stomach and liver w. AAiM T.v. HANNE BROS., "c"( *L
troubles and chronic con- I .
etipation by restoring the las. M. GaOau., PrMsdeat H. E. TATLOR. CaOhier
oastral action ofthestoi-. GIo. W. Hvus, Vie-Preldeas Las GaiAAM. Aes. Oksbler
ach. liver and bowels.

aW a l **** Capital ....... .. ................ 0, 0 00
ILa0 L 46--- C0 0b0k W*4
*"t.to Surplus and Undivided Profits... 80,000 00
emease sugae1

NOem ~T01 a Sm usom. 1W %&ef bokge0sweqto my bheaIS 00ON" es. 3el
Gl ieseum ofVnemmm .Mereheam.0 OweAis-- emor1m ft
messe" rmosonmas Al hemftVIffe-moo




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How Is Baby Today)I
Better, thank you. In fact, quite well'
Pat- m,,A rA (i ll ff i d-A _:i* L:.f '

S .-l1l l UI l UIlI U IIU *; J U, U 1U1 U, ,11, *IIU U.IIli., .
__P Pink and white flesh, dotted with dim-

IM^ f V 0rious All on account of
iti p i s. No cogh, no ipdigestion.
86ctio1s of State.


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
S.. .. a fountain of energy for grown-ups,
St.Luoie county is in need of good. too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
sWabtantial jail. plenty of rich blood. For pale, fetble
Leeaburg voted in favor of bonding folk it is the chief nourisher at !he's
at the election December 29th. feast It cures Consumption w;,en
Pensacola is to have a new city hall, taken in time. All druggists sell it-
the site having been purchased. So cents and $t.oo the bottle. Let us

Daytona is moving along at a rapid lend you
rate and the town is in the midst of a Free Sample Bettle by Mall
business boom. Write letter or postal to
Kisaimmeel s keeping up the fruit OZOMULSION CO.
shipments, large quantities being Pine Street, New York,
shipped every day. I ._r,,,_,-,--,.....OTT
Captain and Mrs. W. J. Tuooker of --. -----
Fort Pierce celebrated their 44th wed. out of a certain kind of a soft sronge,
ding anniversary on Tuesday, Dec. 26. day and irt. It is o laimed for ktis
The Stae B day and night. It is claimed for this
The State Baptist Convention will ongt rodct that it s much more
werr;sponge product that It is much more
assemble at Bartow January 11th Be- sanitary than any other mattress.
t .ee 200and 300 delegates are ex iHospitals are being supplied and the
petd.e East Coast Railway has orders in for
A negro was flned $5 and costs for several hundred.
fihing with a trotline near Eustis. It Missee Robie and Ollie Robertson of
waa decided that a trotline was a set- Mount Enon, while driving from that
line device, place to Youmans,. were both shot and
The State Bank of Live Oak hass e- painfully wounded by an unknown
tablished a savings department, but part)% supposed to be a hunter. M iss
all the money has been blown in on Roble was shot in the left cheek just
Christmas gifts. below the eye and Miss Ollie in the
The city marshal of Orlando gets 40 breast. The body of the vehicle was
oents a day for board of prisoners who riddled with shot. The shot was fired
only get two meals a day and 50 cents from the side of the road, but the
when they work and draw three young ladiescould flnd no one in the
squares. vicinity.
The cabbage crop at Coleman, Sum- Important Notice.
ter county, is said to be the best ever Gainesville, Fla., December 1, 19(6.
grown there, and with no mishaps We wish to give timely notice to our
there will be from 80,000 to 100,OuO patronD, both gas and electric, that we
barrels shipped. have found it absolutely necessary to
So far the police authorities have adopt a new system. Beginning on the
not been successful in running down first day of January, 1906, we will dis.
the murderer of Mrs. David Sugge. the pense with a collector and adopt the
woman who was beaten to death near system of mailing the bills to every
oeoanoot Grove in Dade county. customer and all bills will be due and
Sheriff BeaLett of Bradford county payable at our ofoe on or before the
made a raid on a bunch of colored lith day of the month or 10 per cent
gamblers near the Powell Smith Corn-. will be added, and if not paid on or be.
party still, Tuesday, and one colored fore the 20th inst. the gas and electric
fellow named Bernard was shot, but service will be discontinued and one
will recover. dollar charge will be collected for re*
8. B. Duggart, a Maseachusetts tour connecting service. We are not re-
Ist, felldown the hatchway of a school. sponsible if bills are not received
er lying in port at Fernandina and af- through the poetofflee, as they will be
ter sixteen stitches had been taken in regularly mailed. This rule applies to
his soalp by the doctor he tumbled to every gas and eleitrie light consumer
the feet that he had run his head Therefore be governed accordingly, as
into something. this system will be rigidly enforced
and the following rates for electric
P. IH. U. Campbell of Pensacola was current willbe in ffe.t January lw..
flowed $2 and costs or to serve three I l".
months for selling liquor without a i- 6,000watts and under, 16 per 11
eense. In addition to the foregoing, watts.
another thirty days was lmpoed and f60,jof to 200,0M). 12 per M watts.
will have to be served, whether 200,000 to 800,(X .. 1(* per %1 watts.
the defendant pays the costs or not. 800.000 and over. fS per M watts
J. B. Nioon, manager of the Kraus peeial rates made for power pur.
& Co. store at Penascola, is missing. A pole.

short time ago It was anoonoed that
the safe had been robbed and the store
etoa fire. It has later developed
that Nixon is short in his accounts and
a reward of $ is offered for his ap.
Rev. Joseph Norwood, who is in
harge of the Cuabn Mission of the
Methodist Episeopal Chureh. South, in
Ybor City, is making plans for the
emablishmeot of a slob room, gymas-
selm and retertainmeat hall for the
Cobas and Spaniah young men of
Tamps. A very ood plan ad worthy
of amulatlos.
The now Miami Pillow sad Maurem
OOempay. iamnfaeturiag maureNme


Illuminating gas. $2 25 per M
Fuel gas, $2 per M.
A discount of 10 per cent if bill is
paid on or before 10th of each month.
(iNA ItIr.r A (iA E & EIt iiTi I'-"% ,sa

The Key That Unlocks the Door to
Long Living.
The men of eigh'y.flve ard nicely
years of age are not the rotund well
fed, bet shio. spara men who live on a
sleoder diet. 11e as carful as he woIl.
however, a man peat middle age will
oeeslioually eat too much or of mine
arliele of food not suited to his eosetl.
ItUou. and will need a do*e of Chea.
beriaia's Stomaieh sad Liver Tablets sto
*loeae aoiD invigorate hie tomaeh aid
reflate bis liver and bowels Whem
this Is doe thber toe no rsoa why the
ave a me O iold not live1 to Old
ae WEn mal he S all dmsla.

UWULI CAeN" "*fin' KIMP4
naftwe.ou. .04 ON "-juslens 0
owem.d-efCbrnora.3. 1C s". of
ms~ron -' MM GWF7 mightbt 8ta (%9%6
Swftime 34 Wtga et. un mbd4
mi ~~by *. s )ws by ehw OOY
00" deta"4reqnetd to so" a

NW"&ps Maimbhbls,6 bernm 0
a" adboombdou" shoes "w
a "Paw mi IWAS e ds ftk
-IT. Is ga" s e ommod s d*5

1E~i Urs IS F

SWll B* Rector.

PIRTR nr CFlD fl~A

was away from home his (j ot*,k hbr

UMbinlM.h~kd< 1878

1 F U T TOI\T S& CO,


Do a DIrers bankIne business, buy sand aedFoee~a &M Domcoatle Irszohbbne,
'The' meoounts of banks. bankers. oo~vrlwstowa, timers, imerebasats andothers
rorplv~d On t vorah:9 terms 811*0iei f lCWUea to mb 0abletlonsei onallVt
abteemible ioointa In the United State&

ChIcago. IDec. S3.-he 11 v
C. I),\Wit. rector of S
Eplscoia: church for the '.>t" I
who r.i ,:ned recently to I.,,'
of the We-stern Theologicn'
wtl he ucceevted by the I,
Ick Diimountitr, of Men::
the itv l>r. D)eval has :
his acc'":anc' of the call
by the \, try a week a&o. 11
charge f St. Andrtwa ot,
Woman Hang. Herse f.
Hot Spring-, Ark.. Dec
IJA wi wife of the cashle:
nois C:(iIb. committed *uli'
ing. She ttied a clothe .:.i-
btairway and jumped off. I:
suippos'*d to have prompt, :L
Word was received by Mi 1. v
his wife had been left a ,:f
fortiuie by a relative, ai,' N

WIll ain

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e. Nero ng. In advertising is to conivil',0 you that YOU ought to
adde. ii,, Alta. Dc. 30.. .nk ii hi ave a bank account, anti that t lie aco nt'Ut should be
er md Vanc, Garner, t, %. % "n'
hatiunc in the county juil ,,. kept in THIS BANK. We offers' AISO(LTE SAFETY
for the nu'tr VT of Mr .1;| >; i 1. nIi
w I:'. imian, ho was i ,1 n I t) our (lepositol's.
ki!l 1d In this city It st \\
Jonson. a:. neg r.on cotn .or f. Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE-PROOF VAULT,
sa" crin was reprieve' N Triple Time Lock, Screw-Door, BURGLAR.PROOF
ernor un'll Fh 9. ~n nt-t i :. a
nation of :at.,r vvidenc- in -:,i. SAFE, with our Officers Bonded, with Fire and Burglar
All Deposits Wi sBe Gu,..nateed. Insurance, your money and valuable papers are safe
ttmiphis. I 4v 3 .-It ,t; t, With us,
that negotiAtion. a.re pn,'ri , i e"e FOUR PER CENT Interest Paid on Time
the directors of the defuni M' ichaunts Depoits.
Trust company and two o,.' ,,inkIs t> O1
which the latter are too 110 , ,v r the r e .
affairs of the former. If :r a mcr,1- rThe BANK of ALACHUA
nient Is rea:. hedl, It is sail at all tit.
I*,a in th.. .Merchants T -' -coupa A lachua, Florida.
ny will be fully guaranty ,t

Major and Captain Marry.
Mohle., Ala Iec i Ainnune
meant Is made here of the ii.i'rrtil.e of
Major J.1. M. lrriman 4f \tlanta,
Ga., head of the Salvalrin %rnly In
the south, to MNis Jasipwr,-< a twet
voicel sinlter of .Mobile, wi, honldi the
title of captain, and Is a 1,* adiful girl

Yerke*, Capitalist, Dead.
New York. NTe. 33.- 4<'larla T.
Yerkes, tbh capitallt. di.at at 2:10
O'clock thils afterntoxn at 't, Waldoirt-
Astoria Hvitel in this city
A Fearf4l Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to endure
the terrible torture of piles "I ann
truthfully say," writes Harry Colson
of Masonville, la., "that for blind.
bleeding, i thinly and protruding piles,
Bueklen's Arniea Salve Is the bels
eure made." Also best for eits. burns
and injuries. 2b6 as all drugjiste,
Casey in Dangerous stat.
TW;otlo un. <;(.; I e ;i, 4'l lfordl
C",ey. the hite, n,4n who wa atltaok.
ed Anti i wri'r' it lby a nl'vr Ike
Iwkhuari on .I'm,. lay night. In a'
very iluangerius (,nditlon. He ':,vs
near (<'arsonvllle. It Taylor county.
'The nerro made 1,11 e*iape and hJ
mo been arrested Dr W. II l.n
ard. of Talbotton has been called to
atts nj the rase

If the Baby is Cutting Teeth
SBe sare *ad ame thal old and well-
tried remedy. Mrs. Wintlow's tooth.
tlo Syrup. for children teethlag. It
soothee the ehild. softooes the rume,
allays all pati. ear rewind setle and ls
the beet remedy for diarrhea. Twes.
ly-flve eate a bottle


Monday, Jam'7 1.

The Empire

Will be h, e.rrryte les* r@w
Taggpewfbee rh VsSSON Ubae
3AXD. of.M Isb IeaaSWO
Al oft* se am ipie
-mi ad ep-
-A b sij ~ i~

fflR l KFRA Rh I as Tabulator

Lightest Shift I ightest Rulnninl The
Champion Speed Writesn of the World
U'e the FVay.hole.. Morn Fay-1holes In
usi in (laianevilll than any other machine.

For al, }v. ...

THE SUN, GaIlnesvYllle, Fla.

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Studies imnderki rig cunde"r" yn

and Industrial rt-1,t ,rt 4.
11. p(orniple-ti tatlIe4 of F~truingi of
Quotes; a.? l ir' nditintiveo Stoc'k14 and

I~ecordl4 th. lah.t ~of Boiltg and )the
yield on Iflviemtult'ftit itt the pricto.
Anxwermswithout liargq., ifqluiivati4wnU.
cerning Jnvovdusment~o.
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JOWNSAL Is better qeallied Se la4 mewly
%@64ymmW preftobl maW wadvse be smi BI@se$-
unsto"s thee eee edoee.set*

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1' 4 Few Pleasures a WPaoed De With a JO t.
Of the "wooden walls of England,"
the great sailing ablpaips which Admi-
ral Nelson won his victories, and of the
men who worked them, a critic writes:
"Though beautiful to behold and terrl-
ble to fight with, those ol1. men-of-war
were more often than not abodes of
tyranny and wretchedness. The vio-
lence of the press gangs, which seized
men of all ages and occupations, was
but a prelude to the oppression that
followed. Decent men were herded in.
4 lscriminately with ruffians, the rights
4 ffree born Englishmen were rudely
Snatched from them-for them thence-
forward there was no law save the
prill of the captain and the dread arti-
cles of war. Shore going leave was
nonexistent, the food was atroclous
S and scanty, punishments were barbar-
S ou, and thl only thing served out with
any liberality was rum, on which the
men got drunk and then were flogged
for that offense at the gratings next
"In Nelson'l time the seaman had
few pleasures save the prospect of a
hot fight and his daily pint of rum.
But to these must be added the vain.
glorious satisfaction he took in his
clothes. When rigged out in his best
be frequently wore rings In his ears and
silver buckles on his low shoes, his
short blue Jacket would be decorated
With gold buttons and colored ribbons
sewed down the seam to give an addi-
tional gayety, his waaistcoat might be
red or canary, and a black salk band.
kereldef would be knotted loosely
S round him throat As the finishing
touch his hair would be hanging in a
.-eue down his back. The broad collars
were flrst worn as a protection against
the grease and pomatum used in dress
Ing the pistaiL
. "But all them fripperles were die-
S carded when the guns were caut loose
from their lashings and the Iastocks
were lighted. It was the custom of the
S into when going Into action to strip to
the waist They took their black sallk
S handkerchlets and bound them very
tightly round their heads over their
ears, so that the roar of the guns might
not deafen them for life. It was re-
marked that men going into action al-
ways wore a sullen frown, however
merry they were in their talk.
"Methods followed in that day were
curiously primitive and tollsome, but
the results were undoubtedly satisfase
tory save to tie nameless and number-
less sailors who ruet grim death on the
black and blood stained decks or In the
dark horror of the cockpit That those
'bardy and careless men often faced
death or disablement with a Jeat or a
cheer only rendbra their unconscious
berotam the more lmpressive."-Chica-
go News.
R emarkable Cure.
"I was much afflited with selatlea,"
writes Ed 0. Nud, loweville, Sdgrwiek
Co Kat., "going about onu rutches
and suffering a deal of pain. I was
indiead to try Ballard's Snow Linl.
mnent, which relieved me. I used
three Bo bottles It is the greatest
liniment I ever used. Have recom-
mended is to a number uf persons.
All express themselves as being beuie.
flied by it I nonw walk without
rutehvsa. ahl to perform a ireat deal
of light labor lot the farm.' 3e. 860o
and $1. Sold by W. M Johusou.

W. 0. JOHNSON, Druggist,
maleftnev I MK lrms.


SMiss Tebeau's

Boarding and

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Cold Storage
Is the best method by which the pro.
ducers of meats can have them taken
care of. The


the most complete plant in Oen-
Florida, and the process is the

Preservisag Mat. .
We solieit patronage and guarantee
perfect sastifatslon. Meate prepared
by this proeese can also be smoked.
Diamond Ice Company,
. LIVINGSTON, MIr.. GalaOrsvle. Florida

Alacuse, Fierna
Will also pat up meats by the same
proeess. Leave order at either please.

Ortnil *f the W w*e Cap sea dase
Ileeve and.
The customs of mourning as prae-
ticed In various parts of the world
seem at first sight to have little rela-
tion with each other or with the In-
ward grief which they are supposed
to typify. Yet by the exercise of a lit-
tle patience many resemblanees may
be discovered among them. The wld.
ow's cap, for example, dates back to
the days of ancient Egypt Egyptian
men shaved the beard and head as a
token of mourning. The women, in.-
stead of cutting off the hair, concealed
it by a close cap. The Romans, who
were as a race clean shaven, shaved
the head In mourning and wore a wig.
The black band on the sleeve as a
sign of mourning comes to as from the
days of chivalry. The lady tied a scarf
or napkin, as the handkerchief was
called, about the arm of her knight
If he was killed In battle she wore the
band In memory of him.
Black has so long been the color of
griet in Anglo-Saxon countries that it
seems a piart of the upelde down civ-
llisatioo of the east that Japan and
China wear white. But no longer ago
than the time of Elisabeth the unfor-
tunate Mary of Scotland wore white
on the death of Darnley. Even now
the bearse used for children is white,
and In England the mourners at fu-
*nerals of young unmarried persons
wear batbands and alshes oi white.
A queer English custom is that of
decorating the black bearse horsee with
long false black taUa. They attract no
more notice on a street In Liverpool
than do the black nets used In this
country to cover the horses.
A great many sensible people protest
that wearing tokens of mourning is a
barbaric custom that should be abol-
ished or greatly modified, but when
loss and grief actually come Into the
individual life one discovers that there
Is a strange, subtle ftness In gloomy
garments and that they answer to the
need of the soul for silence and sepa-
The Requisite of Beauty.
The Arst requisite of beauty is a
clear oomplexioa. Orino Laxative
Fruit Syrup clears a sallow, blotehed
complexion, as it stimulate the liver
and bowels. and the eyes become
bright and elear. You owe It to your
frietids to take it if your complexion tI
bad. Ormno Laxative Fruit Syrop does
nut nauseate or tripe and it to very
,leaasst to take Refe aubetltutesa.
J. W. MeOollum & Oumpae.
T' e 1rvor'a Teeth.
No neinr-itfc s cil-u'il cau do more ef-
ft''iit wi'k than Is turned out with
>-i- iitn tneituteM by the beaver's
tooth. '1it1 is the principal tool with
hlilch tht-te patient. clever builders
construct their da(ni. 'TIe outer sur-
face of the tooth is a scale of very
hard eaiamerl. while the body of it is of
sotter dentiun. As thew ofter sub-
stai.'s wrer away In use the and of
the tooth take a chbll llke bevrel. tear-
nlug a thin, allgttly> irJect(lug eg of
hard enamel as sharp as any earpem-
ter'a tool fresb from the ollatone. The
thin scale of enamelu giv keenaessa
Stihe ofter deatine muplte s atreagth.
and tiius the combinatlon tormu a for-
naklalle tool, which actually sarpeas
Itsef by ua.
A *eee IWetlSv.
A qurer estival is reebratod ta Ma.
1 law every tI or twetrv y eara Te
pni ulg of the fettral algM.aised by
a rrad proraeea. Ia whkb hge plUe
of eatabsM take a larg e shar At -e
end of the thr *y the vtode are
buruel. OI the est oeaa m the poas
of fo~ud were ptaed to a wertallr a?-
sit retired beeoat whtkh wee towl eat to
e: and the earemete i AI toe
er with aU the etat A arge

of msey amnttg t seweel~
sea&s of dekum, w" mbsutbs ak rg
ly i *la erd o wv
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shbold theore come u ader the c-
trol of the childra -Letter VI LMdon

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Owasl oftey of the We W T"Vt--e."
*Ow *touW" Ge t Its Name.
"Vote" la a word with a curious his-
tory. To the Roman a "votum" was a
solemn promise made to a deity. From
the solemn promise Itself the meanlug
of "retum" gradually became the
prayer or intense wish that accompa-
nied the promise and then any intense
wish whatever. So far the develop-
ment proceeded in Latin, and "vote"
passed into English with the same
sense. When Beu Jonson wrote of
"public votes" to heaven he meant not
mam meeting resolutions, but prayers.
Finally "vote" acquired its present
meaning, the formal and emphatic ex-
pression of a wlhd, while the old sense
remains with Its double "vow."
That openwork bag for shopping,
called a reticule, gets its name directly
from the Latin reticulumm," "little
net." Popularly, however, the word ts
supposed to owe its existence to the
fact that when an Englishwoman visit.
ed the flrt Paris exhibition with her
little bag nl her baud the Parisians
cried "Ridicule!" The Englishwoman,
misunderstanding the exclamation, is
said to have thought It the correct
translation of "little bag" and return-
ad to England calling it a "reticule."
Philologists claim that the phrase to
"sleep like a top" comes from the
French "dormir comme une taupe," to
sleep like a mole. It is said, too, that
Cinderella's slippers were not made oft
glass, but of "vair," the old French
word for ermine, which in time became
corrupted Into "verre," glass.-Chicago
A Certain Cure for Croup.
When a ebild shows symptoms of
eroup there is no time to experiment
with new remedies, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There is one preparation that ean al-
ways be depended upon. It has been
in use for many years and has never
been known to fall, via: Ohamberlain's
Ooogh Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton
of Market, Taxas, says of It: "I have
used Ohamberlain's Cough Remedy in
severe eaem of eroup with my sehil.
dren, and can truthfully say It always
gives prompt relief." For sale by all
draggite. _____
Pe 2 Goed R&asa**.
An amusing incident happened the
other day at a club which had hospli-
tably thrown open Its doors to two
other club. A certain well known offi-
cer In the brigade of guards was guilty
of the offense of smoking In the morn-
Ing room. As a matter of fact, he was
under the Impression that it was the
smoking room. A brother offlerr told
him of his mistake. He went up to the
only other occupant of the room, an
old gentleman dozing In a corner, and
apologised for having Inadvertently
broken one of the rules of the club.
The old gentleman replied, without
haste, as follows: "My dear air, pray
do not apologize. In the first place. I
am sure you would not have smoked
had you known that It was prohibited;
In the second. I should be the last per-
son to blame you if you had done so:
In the third, I am not a member of the
club, and lu the fourth, I have just
been smoking myself."-L-oudou Globe.

Doctors Could Not Help Her.
"I had kidney trouble for years."
write Mrs. Raymond Oonaer of Shel-
tona Wash., "and the doetonr eould not
belp me. I tried Foley's Kidney Coure
and the very frst doe gave me relief
and I am now cured. I ceanao say too
mach for Foley's Kidamy Cure." It
maks the diseased kidaeys soand so
they will elemiaate the poisoos frmo
the blood. Unles they o th* good
health is impossible. J. W. MeOtllum
tme* Per a amsa*.
What shall we do with our parents?
Thnte is my father ruitlag himself and
ae by his willful ignorance and my
mother rinlug ue by h exotrarva-
gaces. It is a great development of
the times that the erdiary could who
to pest twenty Is altogether better *d,-
cated. more exp4rte ed and wiser
than are his parents! It haa occurred
to me to sV8wt that after Uthe eMt
child ree twMety the pa-ts

40~ NubIa, Where the lahaftaut
verew Take a Nath.
Tbe masseur had just returned from
Nubia, the birthplace of massage.
"I didn't learn as much as I expected
to," be said, "but I got hold of two
movements that will eradicate wris-
kise and remove fat in a Inlcredible
"Nubia Is a queer place. They have
so little water there that they never
take bath. 2Te 'masseb,' or kneading.
whence our word 'massage,' is the
bath's substitute. You strip, lie down
and are covered from bead to foot with
a cream made of mutton fat, musk,
sandalwood powder and certain plant
Juices. Then you are kneaded, you
are massaged. I studied the Nubian
movements thoroughly and learned, as
I say, good things.
"The Nubians are a handsome and
queer race. They hunt elephants with
the sword. A hunter steals upon a dos-
ing elephant and slashes him in the
back of the leg ten inches above the
hoof. This cut severs the artery, and
the elephant bleeds to death.
"They cook meat on hot stones.
First they build a fire, then they put
big stones on it, and when the stones
are hot enough they clean them of
ashes and embers carefully and throw
on the meat. This sl a better way of
cooking than the broil, for it preserves
all the meat Juices. But greenhorns
don't know what kind of stones to use.
Most kinds heated explode.
"The Nubanos are shapely and hand-
some. They never wrinkle, they never
get fat, their skins are smooth and
fine. They Impute these graes to the
'maseeh'-the massage-that they take
regularly three or four times a week.
Every masseur ought to go to Nubia
Itf be wants to learn his business thor-

Grip Quickly Knocked Out.
"Some weeks ago during the severe
winter weather both my wife and my.
self contracted severe colds which
speedily developed into the worst kind
of Ia grippe with all it miserable symp-
toms," says Mr. J. 8. Egleston of
Maple Landing, Iowa. "Knees and
joints aching, muscles sore, head
o noa&e d_ rinn with

5Woppea up, rrs uu uvn noruauunU, winn The mut thig mn earth to ret a ama's ij-
alternate spells of hills and fever. We %em "out of whack" is heavy. oaor bread.
Iweh ih Iseousedby severslreM Is. tbe
began using Chamberlain's Cough asrsmi aot b good: .aMod. the eoek-
Remedy, aiding the same with a dose Iat may be poor. The bst lourintbhe wr
.wUI make the heavies bread if I
of Obamberlain's Stomseh and Liver mLsed or cooked. WE USi THCl St
FI LOUR and our ton1 mst" Is Imowtin how to
Tablets, and by its liberal use soon mix and bake it. Our brea ddoons not os axg
completely knocked out the gnp." mre otb6ama ste manys as aMeos
These tablets promote a healthy action I Ec Tol BAKe.
of the bowels, liver and kidney* which KEYSTONEBtVAKRY,
is always beneloial when the system is Pheae 16. L T. Nekhaer, Prep.
congested by a eold or attack of the --
grip. For sale by all druggists. D FrU 1 iflI TAM

Where* VeeeaR Havo eE.
Painted on the prow of nearly all thb-
junks, or Chinese sailing vessels, are
to be seen huge eyes. It is believed
by the superstitious Inhabitants of Chi-
na that If the eye, whieh is raised as
In relief, was not there the vessel could
not see where to go and would there-
fore come to detruction. Even If
when at sea the eye got destroyed or
damaged another would have to be
painted in at once. No Chinaman will
sail on a Junk which is not adorned
by an eye, and even an English pas-
penger boat which plies between two
Chinese towns has a huge eye painted
on each side of her paddle boxes.
Wbiltmas ** Emeeso.
I often say of Emerson that the per-
sonality of the man-the wonderful
beart and soul of the man. present In
all be writes, thinks, does. bopes-goea
far toward Justifying the whole lit.
erary busluess-the whole raft. good
and bad; the entire system. You see
I find nothing ton literature that is val-
uable simply for its professional qual.
Ity. UJtersture is only valuable in the
measure of the passilo-tbe blood and
muslek-with whikh It is invested-
whirb lie concealed ad active In It-
Frm Uorae Traublsl' "With Walt
Whitman la Camde" In Century.

Ocured Paralysis.
W. F. Bally. P. 0. True, Texas.
writes: "My wife had bes eafferiag
Ire ean with paalyis i a her arm.
bwhe I wsM per 4ded to e.Ballard'
6aw Lin leneat w*his eared her al.
siaL I have abe aeed I for old
Meom, freeites and skia erup m.
It debate work." Sold by M.
Tea rI3mees.s
"VL'e Jl h, aOshidae jutbee M "to
VI w to a jM M mSia vmbe Msevr
w tte to mer

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Decorator and
Paper Hanger.
204 East Main St., S., Gainesville. Fla.
All kinds of outside and loside work
promptly and neatly exrouted.
ING a Speoialty.

The Florida

Fruit and Truck Grower
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devoted epolaUly to the lair f
the fruit a&d getable gr owen of
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guaranteed satisfaction with evO .r *.
der.. When your are in want of MYO
WOOD pleae give me a call. wvi
feelUity for sawing, splitting ad d4-
livering wood promptly.
Proprietor Wood Yard, Corner Uai-
vereity and Masonie dreeus, Osiass-
ville. Florida.


Paradise for Hunting and Fishlng

Ties hotel is under new manauemeat sa
opened October lot, 190. for the winter. eH
soooammtloasIM. sunrla .t o l ete6ar.
turkey and suBl Me. Sxemalnl at.l
boats for eooommodaltlo of eQs u
for MBuans a fd asima perUes.
Por rtses and sooommodatoes address
MS. L4CULA THOMAS. Prtoetem,


Cleaallnems In Ceeklag a Featare.

Everything in Season Cooked to Order.
COFFEE the Best.

106 West Main Sureet. S.

Keep Your Head Clear

And your stomach free from ladifse-
tloe if you would be happy with your
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Taylor of Archer was in the NEW YEAR'S DAY.
SnPostoffice, Banks and Land Office
BSimmoun of Bell was transact- Will Observe Usual Hours.
es in this city yesterday.
MMonday is New Year', day, and the
Wlle MCarroll is visiting her poetoffite, bo.nk and United States
Mrs. W. A. Adams, at Rochelle. land office will observe the usual holi.
E-A modern Cinderella for day hours. The postoffice will be
Call and get one. Baird. c o1ed all day except the general de-
livery widow, which will be open
lMs NatalysBlackof Hague was a from 1:30t 2:30p in. The banks and
to friends in this city ySeer-1
~to friends in this city yoter, landofmeewill be closed during the
0. Pope of Fort White is visiting Election of Offcers.
family of R. B. Peeler. South
vile. Colfax Rebecekah Lodge No 2, I 0.
SofR 0. F., held the election of offlears Fri.
M I Eddie Reddick of Reddick is in .....i n:__ _..... a ..- .

Sitly on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
L. Reddick.
lBot baked good. Keystone Bakery.
J. 8. Bailey of Newberry was in the1
jwty yesterday.
W. A. McLenna of Wal!o was amoug
those who paid Gainesville a visit yes.
J. C. Stokes. a progressive planter of
Jonesville, visited Gainesville on busi-
ames yesterday.
B. H. Chase has returned from
Tampa, where he has been on a visit
to friends.
Lon Edwards of Irvine, manager of
the Irvine rate factory, was in the
eity yesterday.
Waterman Johnson of Mioanopy, R.
G. Bass of Evinston. Graham Carter of
Levyville and Green Chairs of Old
Town were among those who came to
Gainesville on business yesterday.
You can never know enough about
paint without asking people who know,
we want you to see us, whether you
boy or not. Baird.
Start the New Year in the right way
by supylying your family with good
comfortable shoes from our shoe de-
partment. L. 0. Smith.
A nice umbrella, a pretty hand bag
or a dainty piece of sterling silver ta-
ble ware will be an appropriate New
Years' gift for a lady. L. C. Smith.
Mrs. C. J. Mixnon has returned from
Otter Creek, where she has been on a
viit to relatives for the past two or
three days.
A. B. Shaw of Old Town, LaFayette
eunaty, waa here yesterday on buil.
eonneeted with the United Stateo
offloe. Mr. Shaw is one of the
eeandlmost widely known reel.
etsof that town, and has a great
many friends throughout Alashus
8. B. Kennard has returned to the
oity from West End, where he has
been on business for the past few
days. Mr. Kennard has accepted a
position with the Singer Sewing Ma-
chine Company. and will assume his
duties on the lit proximo
W. P. Boolware of Orange Heights.
one of the progressive farmers of that
section, was trading in the city yester-
day. Mr. Boulware states that his
eolghbor 'have all been prosperous
during the year just losing., and ex-
peat a good yield next year.
JooelW.ITucker. Jr.. formerly of this
oity but aew engaged in the naval
tee bosinees in South Florida, where
his friends will be glad to learn be is
pmeperiag, left neeterday for Oka*.
bempk, where he has extensive Inter.
eas. Mr. Touker was en route to Oka.
humpka from Archer, where he has
b oo a visit to his wife.
lausday was a fine day. aad those
Wbo iad eesasiou to be on the street
a gost deal appreelated the invlgor-
Waosg oalamate. The thermometer reg*e-
tSd at jet a comfortable degree.
ad eisre was remarklag on the
plamaat day, oetwithtandisl "the
Ms f his bealth."
B. D. aa4C. D. Bleobbrm. two e*el.
ymo as eLiLv Ok who m to as-
ed she Ualsbeee party at a aasp*.

.e wsh lbs heptmialHy of 0.1. *alto.
Swill r ember the patly lt a

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ba irs. km bmr muelled

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Jay evening wricli w as IUIIUWP :
Mrs. M. B. Saunders, N. 0.; Miss
Made Neville, V. G.; Mrs. C. A.
Cushman. treasurer, Mits Hattie Hog.-
ers, secretary. Other officers to be an-
nonneed later.
The installation will be held at the
next regular meeting, Friday evening,
the 5th prox.
Try a package of Glassbrite when
you have windows, glassware or silver.
ware to clean. Money refunded if not
The handsome reesidences of Dr.
Hodges and Joe Manasse are being
painted with Davis' 100 per cent Pare
Paint. Sold by Baird Hardware Co.
entirely satisfactory. Baird.
R F. Sheppard and family are now
pleasantly located in the Dye home.
North Gainesville. Mr. Dye, who has
been employed ms bookkeeper for the
J. R. Eddins Company, has accepted a
position in Georsia, and will move his
family there. Gainesville friends will
regret very much to give them up, but
wish them much happiness in their
new home,
A. B. Chitty is now at Hot Springs.
It will be remembered that Mr. Chitty
was recently stricken with a severe
illness, and was confined to his bed for
several weeks. The physicians recom*
mended Hot Springs, and he went
there and has received great benefit.
His friends will be pleased at the its
formation that he is getting along
The temperance lectorea delivered in
this city on Thursday and Friday
evenings by Rev. W. T. Bundiek of
Atlanta Ga were somewhat poorly
attended on aoooont of the Christmas
season, although both were ably pro.
pared sad delivered in a oonvineino
manner. The music was in charge of
Mrs Maretta Brooks and was a pleas-
ant feature.
Little Miss Rosa Lee Rivet of High
Sprinp gs s the eity, a goest of rel.
atives. She Is en route home from
Mioanopy, where she has been on a
visit for the past few days. Miss Roes
Lee is a charming character, full of
good humor, and makes friends
wherever she goes.
All efforts have failed to find a bet.
ter remedy for voughs. colds and lung
troubles than Foley's Honey and Tar.
Itstope the soogh. heals the lungs and
prevents series molts from a cold.
J. N. Pattenona Nashua, Iowa, write:
"Last winter I had a bed oold on my
longs and tried at least half a doses
advertleed soogh medlelne Band had
treatment from two physielanss with.
out getting any btiefit. A friend re-
*ommeuded Foley's Honey sad Tar
and two-thirds of a bottle eared me I
*ooeider it the greatest eooeh ad long
medietee in the world." J W. Me-
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liver trouble. bet at las I wone, ad
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tried Bltler. I uabestatiagly romi.
m* tfohe. to all. aod dos's iltead is
the future to be without them is the
houWs. They are serselaly a wonder.
ful medWeiWe. to have eured *lsh a bad
eo ai mi*e*" Iold under searas.
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Whatgfe Happened and What is Going
to Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
Pi That "He Who Runs May Read"
t in The Sun.
Ldiea' calling cards in latest styles
'at Son offee.
J. B. Connelly' of Jacksonville [was
In the city yesterday.
Dry hard wood and pine for sale. J
N. Bone. Phone 19.
Empire Comedy Company at opera
house Monday night.
! C Oolgate's violet taleum 10 eenie.
'. Monday only. One box to a customer.
New York BReker.
Bay a box Mesen'a taloom for 10
cents. Monday only. One box to a
eastomer. New York Racket.
Visit our store Monday. Buy a box
Menen's or Colgate's talcum for 10
cents. New York Recket.
Is's dellcloos after shaving-Meonn's
or Colgate's talcum-and only 10 cents,
Monday. New York Racket.
For five days I will cut prices on my
entire steek. Get the habit. L. J.
Naow Davidson of High Springs was
In the city on bsianess yesterday. He
is a sooeesoful young merchant of that
New Year's Gift-One box of Men.
men's or Colgate's regular 25c else bo-
raed talcum, 10 oeast. New York

Mrs. George W. Mitchell of Jackson-
Ville wa In the eity for a few boon
yesterday. She wa oen route to Otter
Creek for a visit to friends.
Stook-taklng price. Remember the
big Oat Pride a le a L, J. Borkhim's
Got the habit and call at L. J. Burk-
The Industrial Edition of The Sun
to I on sale at Averas' and Vidal's news.
stands. Get a copy and send it to
your friends.
For Bent-Two looiely frnaished
rooms; wood, light and toilet priv.
Sleges free. Apply 400 8. University
treet. d tf
You have heard people talk of It
bet you have never neen It. Menen's
o' olgate's borated taloum 10 eents.
One box to each eustonor. Monday
only. New York Rceket.
MNaeus Endel has a peculiar propo.
Sitie, but a gnd one, whieh be calls
the attention of the readers of The
Boa to In this tissue. Read the ad and
help yourself to the results.
John Kito of Hague, W. T. MeLen.
don of Alachua and R. 8. Bradley of
Weaahoota were among those who
vielted Oaineovills on business jester.
C. Rain of Areher was ln the city
yesterday. Mr. Rain is an old friend
and subeeriber of The Bun. and called
at this ooee for the purpcee of reneww-
ing his subscription. He io always a
welcome visitor.
The New York Raeekes huas a change
of adverti.ment In this lMue to which
the attention of our readers s called.
8ee change of G(eo. W. Hyde'e advero
tlsanent in this issue He ofersen thirty
days' more of low pr*eeo.
Miss Loai MoeCr:le of Micauopy.
th, eharminlg littl daughter of James
MeCredlie, was in th. aliy yesterday.
aod iwent the day with Mrs Jess E.
aurts, her cousin Mr. MeoCrvdie, the
father of the youns lady. is one of the
oldest and moat valued frieads of The
Hun. having been a regular subecriber
for the past twenty years.

Monro* Prrry, an experienced
caterer from Ohio, has arrived in the
elty, having come here to work for the
ontsieastal Cafe. Mr. Perry is very
mueb pleased with the eity and ex-
pees to do all he can to add to the
popularity and ervoee of this old and
ell known estabtiahment They ev-
pet eoa to put oa a midoighes ervioe.
5. A. Hannager of Jakeoeville wee
t atMap yesterday. eeompaented by
6i l-nA. Joa PI Lynho of Fair-
b has, p4e8sP o of the new eyPress
milU. Mre. Nawewr is as athelete of
eptelim and Wseed a reVd at see.
oe4.d-bamsea wU the Jaye tast maoe
He is eapdtcig Iw ameatm s with Mr.
LymAueh. aI a muattoried a. s
faistaaShaka. a Ii eaas e will

-Y as M. LgersbSepee.--

Will exchange good gun for bird
dog. Address this office.
Fine milch cow for sale. Apply to
Dr. W. H. Sibley.
The Sun Industrial Edition sent to
any address, postage free, for 10 events.
Some floe city and country property
for sale. 0. C. Pedrick, Gainesville,
B. B. Hodgson left yesterday for
High Springs and other points on busti-
J. H. and W. F. Hines of LaCrosse
were transactiag basineus in this city
M. Forman of Alseboa has returned
to his home, after spending a couple of
days in this city.
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain's Stomahe and Liver
Tabletw, For sale by all druggists.
Remember the Empire Comedy Com-
pany, which will appear as the opera
house Monday evening, January 1.
Turpentine lease for eale at this of.
fice, 60 per doaen, $8 per boadred,
OCash most accompany order. dawtf
Boston baked beans, fresh baked, at
Aldrich's bakery. For sale by plot or
quart this (Sunday) morning.
Try Milk's Emulsion for colds and
lung trouble. This has already bene-
fited over twenty-five people. *#eets
wonderful. Saunders & Earle.
Your New Yoer's desert will taste
much better, if flavored with Blue
Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla extract, and
say is plain.
Wanted-Room and board for wife
in private family by traveling sales-
man. Reference exchanged. Ad.
dress Salesman, Brown House, stating
Save the dimea-dollars take ears of
themelvne. One box talcum, Menen's
or Colgate's, 10 sent. Monday only.
New York Racket.
I have one more nloe two-story house
in aest Gainesville. Most be sold
within ten days. A bargainal. Oome
early and get the priNe. M. B. Baun-
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Edwards and
children, who have been visiting rela.
tives in North Gainerville, have re-
turned to their home in New Smyrna.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were well
pleated with GaJnesville.
Conductor Thomas Stokes of the At.
lantle Coast Line, who has been run.
ning the High Springs.Oitra train, left
yesterday for hbl home at Fairbanks,
where he will spend a few days with
his family.
J. 0. Williams,. foreman of the extra
"pang" of the Atlantic Cast Line, left
yesterday for Ocala, where he will join
his force. The force will proceed to
Lakeland, where they are engaged In
carpenter work on the depots of the
Joeeph MoArthur, formerly of this
city but now residing in Shearwood.
(i after a few days pleasatly spent
with friends here, during which time
he spent a while at the Halle house
party, returned to hib home yesterday.
Joe le a cleverr fellow." aad his
friends are always glad to greet him
here. He state that his father ad
family are doing nicely, which will be
pleasing to their friends here.
To My Many Oustomer r.
Allow me to thank you all for your
geerous patronage la the pat year,.
and I trust you will eoatinue "the
habit" in the future. Permit me to
wish one and all "A Happy New
Year." Yours very repeectfally.,
L. J. Braunm..

Mobile, Ala.. Feb. I1, 1800.
lr K. W. Hall, St. Louis. Mo.--ear
Sirn Durlag the past year we have
sold over tweety.4oer douea "Mall's
Orent Desovery" for kidney and blad.

dcv troubles&and daring that time have
received no complains.
Yours vaspoettuly.
U.. V&u Arnwaa,&Sn
One maiMW ofeeIeMeToam Wow
dee, MI"%s (hue Dbmmqeu"M $ama
kiMne and bludet ee ts mon
- esaow" dshessmulomumoca.
Aws""B weak b0106 hmoo
am ond ofeusmci~ M
wom. -oshom dw taUm shhe
skildee. IU -t sM hg w moa
No. mal be"alis tm oaemahe' b.
MesAd asolin tub isp"Woo
weDr. ob oV. Rai.e"b
twoee. P. 0. baaU& IL
mwI r bh

Cbh. R. Haile of Alacsea was In the
eity yesatday.
H. I. Poonelle of Fort Whit was
trlalSSting bosinees in this city yen-
Miss M. L Kerr, a charming young
lady of Areher, was shopping in the,
city yesterday.
Mrs. Ohas. A. Mark ha returned to
her bome in Oeala, after a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellis, in
this eity.
LTroy N. Pearee of Alehuas, one of
the leading merchants of that eity,
was amoeg those who paid Gainesville
a visit yesterday.
G. M. Beuille of Brooker, BJadford
county, was in the city yesterday on
business soneted with the United
89ate lad office.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jackson, former-
ly of this city but now residing in
Ocala, are in the city on a visit to rel-
atlve. They are gladly welcomed by
their friend here.
For 1le-S acres, one block north of
street iading to University site, two
block froa 0. & 0. depot. Divided
into 3 lot 77x95 feet, each facing a
O8.fot street. A bargaln. W. L. Hill.
After a pleasant visit to his wife,
who is speeding a few days with her
parents, Col. and Mrs. I. E. Webster,
in this lasy, F. Merritt has returned
to his home at Lakeland.
A party of young ladies made Mrs.
W. B. Taylor an Informal call on Fri.
day evening, and enjoyed a chaflng-
dish event with an evening's jollity.
Ther* was plenty of mauie and mirth
to make the time pass most happily.
I. 0. Manning has moved from Par-
dies to North Gainesville. and is now
oeopying the Bayer place. He ex-
pests to engage in general farming
and will no doubt prove successful, as
the Bayer place is one of the moot fer-
tile in this nation.
Mrs. T. Nihkols, nee Miss Tell* King,
has arrived in the city from Soutn-
ampton B*eah, L. I., and will spend a
day or two here with the family of 0.
0. Pedriek, who is her ounle. She ex-
pests to make her departure tomor-
row for Montbrook, where she will
visit her mother, Mrs. Matise King.
Mrs. Niekols is aecompanled by her
two pretty abildre, who have been
born there ainoe liDng here, the home
of her ohildbood. She Is glad to re-
turn to her old home, and friends are
equally lasd to sae her.



To our many customer, and friends
we wish to say THANK YOU for your
pgeroue patronage during the past
twelve months.
Our prices in the year 1906 have been
remarkably low but for 1906 we hope
to even out-do ouarlve and give you
bargalim ot yet heard of in merehan.
Our January etmpaignl will be on
early la the. month, and you have only
to watch our adv to se the great ape-
oilal with which we will op.n up the
new year.



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I W"t Happened and What IS Going
t pn Told In Short Paragraph
Pe That "He Who Runs May Reed"
ft In The Sun.
ladles' calling eards ina latat styles
'8 Sun oflee.
J. B. Connelly' of Jacksonville (was
S In the city yesterday.
Dry baud wood and pine for sale. J
IN. Bose. Phone 19.
Empire Coomedy Company at opera
house Monday night.
SColgate's violet taleum 10 meat@.
Monday only. One box to a ooetomer.
new York RBaket.
Bey a box Menen's talsom for 10
oente. Monday only. One box to a
ustomer. Neow York Racket.
Visit our store Monday. By a box
S Meon's or Colgaes taleom for 10
S esen. New York RBaket.
It's dolelious after shaving-Menen's
or Colgate's talcum-and only 10eata,
S Monday. New York Racket.
For five days I will out prieoe on my
S entree steok. Get the habit. L. J.
Nsr Davidson of High Springo was
in the oily on business yesterday. He
sl a saoetaful young merchant of that
New Year's Gift-One box of Men.
e's or Oolgate's regular 26 sls bo-
sisrd a 10 cant. New York
Mrs. George W. Mitehell of Jaksoon.
T. ille was in the eity for a few houon
yesterday. Ihe wae an routse to Otter
Orook for a vislt to frieds.
A sho.taklag pries. Remember the
Ebig 0t Prie Sa te a L. J. Durkbim's
Got the habit and sell at L. 1. Bark.
The Industrial Edition of The Sun
Is on sale at Avera's and Vidal's news.
S tands. Get a copy and send is to
,b ybar friends.
For Rent-Two loonicely furnished
rooms wood, light and toilet priv.
Slege free. Apply 400 8. University
tiret. dstf
You have heard people talk of It
but you have never seen It. Menen's
or olgata s borated saleom 10 lents.
One box to eah eautowar. Monday
only. New York Racket.
M anaes ndel has a peculiar propo-
elsie, but a good one, which be alls
toe attention of the readers of The
So to In this issue. Read the ad sad
Help yourself to the results.
John lite of Hague, W. T. MeLon.
don of Alashus asod R. 8. Bradley of
Waeosoota were among those who
visited aaineville on business better.
CO. Rain of Archer was la the city
yesterday. Mr. Rain ie an old friend
and subeeriber of The SBo, and oslled
at this ofse for the purpose of renew.
tag his euberlptlion. HI io always a
weleoome vteiitor.
The New York Rokes has a change
of advertioement in this isue to whieh
the attention of our reader s yelled.
See change of (eo. W. Hyde'o r r-
tiemrent in this tose. He offe thirty
days' more of low prces*.
Mies Lona MoCresle of Miaesnoy,.
sthe charming little daughter of Jamae
MMeOredie, was In she city yieterday.
and spent the day with Mra. Jieee B.
Burt. her couele Mr. M.oredie, the
father of the young lady. ls one of the
oldest and most valued friends of The
Sun. having been a regular oubecriber
for the pest twenty years.

Monroe Perry. en esperieneed
caterer from Ohio. has arrived in the
city, having ome bhere to work for the
Ooatieetal Cafe. Mr. Perry is very
muh pleased with the eity and ex.
poet to do all hbe ea to dd to the
popularity and arves of Ie old and
MU hknomes establishment. They ex-.
p aoo to put on a midelghe srvlee.
I. A. ansager of Jackseville wee
Se lty yesterday. aoempnited by
Ms lamad,. John P Lyne of Fair.
basia, peallrci ho the new sypre*s
ml Mr. mamagtr is a atshle** of
npawwo, end Ieed a remed as e.
Md.h --m--- wt- he Jayp las soease
Re is epodfgtla meeshe with Mr.
Lynh. WM to a passel frtia at
*ib awtn. ad I s maime will
n m K. toEs boebmw.

Will exebange good aon
dog. Address this oflee.

for bird

Fine millh cow for sale. Apply to
Dr. W. H. Sibley.
The Son Industrial Edition sent to
any address, postage free, for 10 cents.
Some fine eity and country property
for sale. 0. 0. Pedriek, OGlnesville,
B. B. Hodgson left yesterday for
High Springs and other points on busil-
J.H. and W. F. Hines of LaCrosse
were tranesetiag basine*s in this city
M. Forman of Alsehoa has returned
to his home', after spending a couple of
days la this oily.
When you want a pleasant laxative
take Obamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sele by all druggists.
Remember the Empire Comedy Com-
pany, which will appear at the opera
house Monday evening, January 1.
Turpentine leases for sale at this of-
Gee, 600 per dose., 18 per hundred.
Cash most aeompuny order. dswtf
Boston baked beans, fresh baked, at
Aldriob's bakery. For sale by pint or
quart this (Sundsy) morning.
Try Milk's Emulsion for solds and
long trouble. This has already bene-
fited over twenty-five people. "eetsc
wonderful. Saunders A Earle.
Your New Year's desert will taste
much better, if flavored with Blue
Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla extract, and
aay It plain.
Wanted-Room and board for wife
In private family by traveling sales-
man. Referenoea exchanged. Ad.
dress Salesman, Brown House, stating
Save the dizee-dollars take ears of
themselves. One box talcom, Menen's
or Colgase'a, 10 ents. Monday only.
New York Rackes.
I have one more nie two-story hoato
In Zast Galneville. Most be sold
within ten days. A bargain. Come
early and get she pNee. M. B. Saon-
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Edwards and
children, who have been visiting rela.
tive In North Galneavillo, have re-
turned to their home in New Smyrna.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards were well
pleased with Gakiesville.
Conductor Thomas Stokes of the At-
lantic Coaest Line, who has been run.
ning the High 8priagp-Oitratrrain, left
yesterday for hib home at Fairbanka,
where he will spend a few days with
his family.
J. 0. Williams, foreman of the extra
"gang" of the Atlantic OCast Line, left
yesterday for Ooala, where he will join
his force. The force will proceed to
Lakejand, where they are engaged in
earpter work on the depots of the
Joseph MeArthur, formerly of this
city but now residing in Shearwood.
(is., after a few days pleasantly spent
with friends here, daring which time
he spent a while at the Halle bouse
party, returned to his home yesterday.
Joe Is a "clever fellow," sad his
friend are always glad to arnt him
bker. He states that his father and
family are doing nicely, which will be
peasinag to their friends here.
To My Many Oustomers.
Allow me to thank you all for yoor
generous patronage ia the puat year.,
and I trust you will eontinue "the
habit" in the future. Permit me to
wish one and all "A Happy New
Year." Yours very reepeetfaUlly.
L. J. Bratsm..

Mobile, Ala.. Feb. I. 180.
1lr K. W. Hall. St., Loie. Mo.-Dear
Sir: Durtag the peat year we have
sold over tweaty-fier doea "HIall's
(inrt Dseaery" fr kidaey and blad.
de troblee and dariag that time have
reclved ao snapslat.

Yost. respeetfly.
(U. Yam Avme,& Sorn.
Owe e.1 ba~sftof aa* Tom sWeo-

k~ne andbode San" sm&
~~a we" M~s &"WAS.
*a m an 11 meow&"h, ~sof sbe Mi.
ft"e 04 MM" In bo"ham&Man
wom NOW" lm~ ~dr teos"sft
OMMIO U m Im uJ~e00=b%
ow m" bW" sis "M. M~awfts
eON& Wr. bas"w"3ail.els .

Cbsa. 3. Haile of Alaebua was la the
eity yestuday.
H. I. Pboanelle of Fort White was
tranmetlag business in this eity yes-
Miss M. L. Kerr, a charming young
lady of Areher, was shopping in the,
*ily yesterday.
Mrs. Chas. A. Mark has returned to
boy bosme n Oasia, after a visit to her
parent, Mr. aod Mrs. T. B. Ellis, in
this eiUy.
Leroye Pearce of Alaehou, one of
the leading merehaon of that elty,
ws amoagm those who paid Gainestille
a visit yesterday.
0. M. Bewili* of Brooker. Bladford
county, was in the city yesterday on
butes seOanoeeted with th United
11ase laNd office.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Jackson, former-
ly of this eity but now residing in
Oaasis, are in the oity on a visit to rel.
saves. They are gladly welcomed by
their friends here.
For Sale-5 acres, one blook north of
street leading so Univenrsity site, two
blocks from 0. & 0. depot. Divided
into M lote 77z96 feet, each facnlag a
SO0fots street. A bargain. W. L. Hill.
After a pleasant visit to his wife,
who is peidlag a few days with her
parents, Col. and Mrs. I. E. Webster,
In this city, 0. F. Morritt has returned
to his home at Lakeland.
A party of young ladies made Mrs.
W. B. Taylor an informal eall on Fri-.
day evening, and enjoyed a chafing.
dish even with an evenly's jollity.
There was plenty of master and mirth
to make the time pan moot happily.
I. 0. Manning has moved from Pars-
dise to North Gaineville, and is now
oecupying hbe Bayer place. He ex-
poets to engage in general farming
and will no doubt prove esueeseful, as
the Bayer please is one of the most fer-
tile in this section.
Mrs. T. Nihekols, nee Miss Tells King,
has arrived In the eity from Sooto.
ampton Beach, L. I., and will spend a
day or two here with the family of 0.
0. Pedriek, who is her cnole. She ex-
poets to make her departure tomor-
row for Montbrook, where she will
visit her mother, Mrs. Mattis King.
Mrs. Niekols is aeompanled by her
two pretty abhildrka, who. have been
born there alien lang here, the home
of her ohildhood. She ls glad to re.
turn to her old home, and friends are
equally glad to seqher.
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pgeerous patronage during the past JL
twelve months.
Oar prices in the year 1906 have been
remarkably low but for 10 we hope
to even out-do ourselves and give you Buil(
bargains not yet heard of in merehan.
Our January campaign will be on LO
early la thea month, and you have only
to wateh our adv to ee she grest ape-
elale with which we will open up the
new year.


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