Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01162
 Material Information
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: January 2, 1908
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01162
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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u.WM*I- 1Deek Are Found hiatt1 ILet
wo41 No&.WI Mdeby umr. Viun
V1Aim Vlseevered Anmon the

-fPW Tork. Jan. 1-on ~h
040 amsowTuesday on theinmuesry
kodeath ot the Womm
oft.mu body was to"* I
~~~b UhmbdaM dlea In %be inow
cia pov mwmkEarir. mN. I.-
Mrs.. prank DM1u, St ti
tio the~wbt mrgt mo e
posuivesy eat the -head of the
L ~sa4Me Mm A~m YamsWWo
;P T we Ttkbithm wmt

miuta.,Kul all tMa" *0ewest
~Jwsercity with Mrs. Tom gam
w day. renwing lIumWU
"*I ~ uewith her empemom, Wo.

Wk to Mo sa hoombeatpity.
_4K t mg .5 ~ lalmed althe mur-
SW aattsdemtt citbede Ad"
~aaine 4.At er Metid lb*IW
*ft Voboeh that, diebelieved
..am the anit w.ya 'ie
"Iuwso had bene~~~obse
bomiltm a steommobr an typewiter
:we* dde hel. be Oaid th
Sat We ni ot Uved
&o hr bhlbaso hr soaevsyeam
MRo.b3 "inthamt. wbqetbevW

wons a ft =a4 ring. ON thelf i
Val U $$mwy CitY they weremet
a, a Vmd ma.wotanmed with whom
='Ud lmdied. Wbo. the lusmbee.
bftUP Mrs. IlaU returned

tNow 9;,Jan. I-On noma
%a &1gves by 'Mrs,.HllD the New
431 oll"e* hove been asked* to am
00 w~ Jersey polle in the came of
Us jet woman, mawd to be Mrs.
Smide by umrsYoung. wamsineSound
Us apea t Hatrisaps aDeember
a. Waemsy i&FIvem wont
ho ~ a Us e n o Ria.u lam d .es
4~~o a~isemd was gives t
W* hr Inn. Youn Iwo desk Is"mai
ftsinbtal mamy lettet reedved by
SToeag bon Alswrs letters
Mrs. Mull I% V. Young r.
1W6 ae'66 Ms. WA Mrs.
;=1W unTome. W" &W ftbon
aUmssuupm is So e de


ftf OWbePaid.
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m le Ghr
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as ef on seed -i 40 Mo IN"e
tow frUSo a&de O tdiets

~ am ml tsaw m
Afft pa d~ so Us ue a

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borains. t a, i rowUsnad
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Itan It OnesNo A i WILL LRE1UMI ISf
ouate s Momisslps ^
WashMatoa, Jan. 1
aw mattrsa of complat T&Ii ia as Prusse to Ferglv
Vith the uistsdepau0im4beyteJ 3& I
the oaM of sme Ifallaa e0MM h li-
tad bem denied ettas "----
o er It ippi. T W 1S TO COME BACK AND MARR
tnutf tuhis omai. t th Qo
Ot Virdlma with a OWr0 8 *Mgitlve Jere Cooke end Ilorett
qMst for an Investgtlese .4 nPort
a tt e t&O The gov r'f reply Whaley Have **een Loated I
mount to a derllnatl to plito the Hemn at San Franctam ,Cal.-Wil
Chl4Wn an they are U dalrble i. d May irl.
inmate s a d uc myit pumay- be
-elIdd by state offloetal. Ba PFranclsco, Cal., Jan. I.-Th4
Affidavlta collected by statn agents Rev. Jere Koode .ooke. who disap
sa aosoaenyarg te oviWpa'5 rM pare, from his reldewce when b
ply are to the effect th th 40 4M MMatlfloatloa beamed known tosethe
aw* of clely babita fee f IalMaas wIth his ~ytmns ompaicn,. Ploretta
d have been puplio t te"ub pbUcl Whale, sad their baby was located
sekools lt New Orwlem. It a1o h, b e again Moaday night. He tis otay
at out in the atl0 t j tha im ing t the bone of a friend, where h4
ehidroe wqre beus I Ia Ora, 'ald &Al compaalon are comfortably
aft, aeequetly miMh p born eit- eltaated. In an interview Monday
Ieme, sal therefore ae ftr t6 tavel ght Cooke Msid would return eam
M 0p willt within xo Iu t t2 as Ms a he ema et enough money
AItta0tM-. 4 tgethrste b rtvel sad as s oon an mat
Theme deipar -te OWeoWr hb t eo"a be arraged he will marry
de a It can Ia this attw tI' viemw Wleyr.
ot the IialtatioePe M e < edh oOf ft-i. eapedt" that thtr gandmotheri
federal satborlty and tht m ly rieo thie young ladr will send her the
course pr the paretl or 0 0idsan of, tbs aocessary to return east.
the children Is to apply i the Oal ---
eourt o. ._ Coke Interviewed.
IME lyi ds" -- CAI J 1 I

Alabama Town Pays $2,0
Mobile, All, Jan. l.-.sr
the local Cotton States ag
cae Tueeday afteraoo rw
Precedent Compton, of t
States Lsea.me, New To*"
for $Sm0 wilwbwMoh to ppRd
release from the league.
f Coapton ha e lsa he
ire that Mobile has t ae
league's terms for her fle
bile's option wihA the 01s
IASueO expiT** OR JMtt y
step op the Mobile's eatsi
the Southern is now bs tag
ter of conjecture but a ettl
This ren'oves all 4s0 lee
bile's taking over "4t15 A
tranchis and this deal W b
esolni un within the Meat s

i n lns M *Ua S C., in.> -I .- f
ICall pubbeie an Inlorview witli teli
1W Her R "ev. Jer Knode Cooke, formerly pas.
i tr of St. Georges chiuroh at Hemp-
mers of Mta.* L' I.. who,. t is clmed, left
e fran- bis wife some eight months ago. elop-
arded to l1 with a 17-yearo- bheles, named
- tton PlaorottAs ThaTey. Tte pair have been
iN e, bpeoated., I tated. at flat at 11"
* her- Oreu street. In this city, while a
S esereta has bees goiag on for them all
MA wb- over the country
A child ba bee born to them dnar
"e ltag the interval, the rotor working
I ta 'asM a palanter and decorator, ad.& wheb
1. Thi sOt oceuped i that line, dolng the
e late hardeet kind of manual labor for the
r a mat. -uppot of ble family, his companion
d fact d ta chdld. He had. it is said. live
to NM tieUly In Los Angeles before coming
e ort heme after ber be "t emat.
*lu siy His Levwles Marrilae.
ML i-Cooke told of hie marriage and of

S- -l unhapplaes after that tine. He
JU Adeared that bie wife admitted to
JUhim that abe had married him for
Creatlen of BDodof4du~ation "e. "oter rMs than that It would
clartd Unelt U lihteal. prove a ma elelt steIpg stones for
Huntsvll!e. Ga.,J -T -T t her s lal ambtMon. Ho added that
otele lat erag t would e "eadd sh to dilate o..
of the SSlr. rer agtther
board of edtetios h0r the cty of .m" M& "
Huntsville was heNd$8 be unooneUOThe esly Meftlftcatlos established
national by J%" TO Bats Is soe t eat of Orld Bltakn as the Rev.
the law and equit heart. The J doa* Jae Ooke r w bi owe "
over las *vfret a ge bard aW be gives three ny** grs.
of the no warmr ie pxeediag fie W -I- "
Istm the bom d by P .r W. pJa.0 s a0 their baby,
RAfliled WIh Heart PalIere,
"mu-p- 're'--s. Cook mMI h*e e affl eited with
ea. tt i bile and W veral times wai
JUt tlobnalt t t iriii O a Ir the vgU M a nes po s dlgp tMe
jv ta plt ig rTO- atrv w. Upo psemee that theM
OeMt |a itr d am peeI hM a id w"ees er app mdl o e abt
S. uR olaa tab th eir Maft aWWd bee di*seti
enwed. n. femepeasie md ae u ater
Sse I iibW i t lS o abo beB I
ROso ft Va. s&IS antN O1 1 s at 11ar. a9e m beh 1Ws eesk
patch frMos FIet. w. e says J OMe ~ forh. 0 011 14 f6 im-t
W. Rierso, odmW tLo sa t t Oe e
Floyd cqstyw. V" t tU~a tUse. s.Mie, s. whV lees It a.
Ahar With 6e 1 11 11,0m kn 6111Wee atescam tat di
day aSlot. lsme W u" -sw" ir Stat hAes hksp eem*e.er Mr.
AJ*14.v -W MW M WS OW ftK U4e SeS, a inilow ass,
ware 4-1,80gW 1 1@a"a Ins M tb* sf ty am ?WAd asad
*. w aM ftt hibf -O Ow ON Is OTM. a "d

... w h d O fe lfe eD 9 AS1 1 1r0 jp to% oee O the gW i rl
.dW te AmMASe h M A-- gob. r h m

Seero "lem fi eve"

vWlued a $11.35 belma" 10Us
-sew GO S up, eeso eMaw
- ir d ewthe wona Otdip by

ease a No""0 ae set.
awo fuse U th .

Ifteemin SaSSwiss*If.

pieglimAM of atPete, Stal.
Fen. BMWA.. Jlu 1 inryap
em Flasuib. 161 b Inpoa*la00h

no "w b ft Pot
of Spes Dul oer f. a"lar s"
We an Nub & ow esi omeW6
uWe. d* to a""" I"Us maawy

Idt4" Ta Pu. "W em
Ilmbll s Iloilo Wo m r "h
&tPudm.Jn A"*. .I--*@"
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Har"s EIxchange Bank of Texaa sGoe
Into Bankruptcy.
Tyler, Tox.. Jan, 1-The Harris
exchange bank of this city Monday
faled to open its doorn for blsines.
In a notice posted it is stated by
the m:auagean.nt that on Nov. 1. last.
It owed to depositors o $223,6.000,
and t'at Wsco that date a steady draw
has t ,u made oua the bank and that
inabilit, to reallseon securities orced
It to pli e Its balaeasl In the hands of
the bankrupt'court. A further atate.
meant says it owe over 400,0epositors
a lilaility ,f $100,000. with assets of
$S1,0 .0. The Harrte ,aohasme bank
was tl;e only private bank in T)er.
and was tink(corported.
The Tyler Novelty company and the
Tyler Paint company, two mercantile
emterprris owned sad controlled by
the bank have closed their dooe aleo,
and have heen placed la the hands of
a receiver, Hnferee 8. D. Reeves
ham gppolnte4 I.ee Butler and J. 0.
Reevet as truate'w.

General Torrance Sent Money te Cen.


byremtoi a ky's E uiq


Robbers Placed S Bty In
an Automeble In Wo rS
Thieves Were ImpyeM t,.I
way Company.
Rochester. N. T., Ja.
own Tuesday stole a heat ilIU
91,859 from a street eamt-
front of the mala street eaOt P
'Tue*lday and 0 gotd"ly
I in an automobile.
The stolen money
earnlnai of the R0oebaet',
oumpans Noady on *tat 1,
a the Iaterm divisloa. It
feared acoordta to usft,
Federal street barMs to 00,
street office to be oonated f


federate Home. -, m -Iarge 01 W -'-w
Montgomery, Ala., Jam. l.T- e -d Conductor LI. 8. C C
Imaiagemient of the Alabamia bowo for stoppedd the car at the 8=
oonfderate veteprnn has Juat an. U 4 Bt MasntatBt"t Ai
nounred that CGenianl W1 T, Tor'leias1e, l.
nF M'nneapoll. Minn former em.i As Olover entered t
mander.-Ieistef of ite ( rand Army of 1 automobUo drive i4
the Repubile. seat $70 to the Jo"e t1 paltd no attendt e s
as a holiday gift to the inmatesa. The The two *a WU B
money was sePnt in $1 bil' -one for o0ly about a &b
each old suldler at the boume. reoteroe the r
(wieral Torramne becatne Intereseted h~ boutrbct Wg:
Ia the home when he visited Alabama oe* from 0the p m. /:
w ille at Itho tead of the o(rand Arrnmy An old Mt a"
of the Republic three yrs ago. At saw two o111 t*ll* t h e M --
that Wime the borne was belng built K aI the tonsMe 4 1 S I
by private asuberipti(ne. General tomobil. le ipllsudppa
Torrance rontributud a s tantial sum from the Comay M
to the building fund, and through him tetnom to it at o the time.
Orand Army of the Republic poetas
ostrlbiibut. E *XHIBIT IN ATt IWTA
ebh aucceei*ng year Oeseral Tor'. ** ---
renae tae ro lffiibered the Alabama Oeergla tate ahibht fr
thoe at the holiday eeason. In SUtat Gapt.
-- -... Atlanta, Jaa. 1.-4ive
SUNDAY SALOON N~OItoD. o ontalini the Georgei
-- Jameatuwn bposlUit a j
It is Declalqd a Neeemhy by Nation. city Moo"ty, >aesged 1p
at Ethical eelety., Ijlo Ar llue 't
Chi auo, Jan I .- The S aday It will be hawiA to the
loon was indrtrMd flet evealag at a' week turned Over to M l
aeedlo of the national etilaleas ofte W. Year,. the 1ilsi,,
0don arragae4 IIt Ila a 1
fIr. Pli liirarh. of Mtngo, habd thrd floor of the eapge l
good *orkla to ray for the operatmlo Talo esoslharne*t i# o
alootm. on Hunday ilaped out of or etihld
It wa. as an "ethlel eeeentty," the state olowltsg the e
Set an .tileal Ideal, that the man eosp t(l, u.
waa favored. The peakser esatweed it is with ti Mm Wi 01 M14
ed tfat uader prteest e meditlee the. we e s Mid e N b t
Site malokmas esh d be tolerated If t leltuil a0lay esleaO
met up*he4d I the great atles. e per" Ies Ceiat
sad -A-elat OeIMsai
M HiRfl f Thrfeoh Heed. aso al&e twe a1-esO 1
Jas4 vTlC, Iia., JM. I.-'Wita aind am eki Nmad er
a ballet bole i Ms temple, the body tioe o f Oasmt eesie-e.
of Otto Witobe. beebbeMer il n W 0 Whef paed Ipoet IP M
Peoplee ask sad TreW t epm w-e 1teIt"e bhi M will m IA'
ftemd at Il o'elemi ader hbrftsig tif rd o f the ati sS
Witae aqi l 0 We W K b M, *d em ow So A
quarreled* Vibr iW ad M teM was of she elate basf
hem. l to IsA fmflfm1 t e fi pein Wmat bear tiWt9
hat e Wftiasen alah im. Sae&y. a 4 toed" Ior N e 1e o .
morsase h 1ha19 h% s o311 .a .
to had 6 ees deW"' ma" e" sa Sebup

It Is -le -e aty -- --Mf'-- h epa 19& Wlie, at U
*On ** IMO 0 1mal0 s t1 mlk se I -1 Is h is b~ la IsSA .

ftTberWes. P6Wa" 60"M Ora$

diwi at bIftbow e sb ambS
bmr as. auH6 49*@Waw
besn. Dr'?tuwol bid beesa
Ow a low 4ys h Owdesibwiesu
go a restsaftot binhias'MWpAft
amoeba" lva 16 o
a sw@.as*"-
Folk", a 0816W 49h6
semi d aw 0 "IMml ee
ft of U0Sieva wes.

LaW stStp GapveJA14soemov.
A#% n -, Us Js& I .-OMWAN~e
epOW, idsow sothe bat dow of
4W is Wbas aI -tsoV*%lowM""law
d"" elam e te hr ntTm

mom h bam"me&
a~~ am% i toeIhN atesee


es a"v a-~ aSt

athm. No

"SOO" edby theawn" of
as N$ po hoesat a$ wa
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Vs NO. -28

'*r 1MI

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a Party.


Who Iis Nominete
p"" oflbreews

"Not re*

A" vebehind

wt lb ob.

sbu.a """Awes.

'T- k* 0 tbadt o..b

~ with
mom ismeo

a Ipel al I. ator who said, "Wbsever I s Knox
l es of the I smell Standard Oil, hear the hum of
J ml too tOhe *M the Pennsylvanls Railway and see the
tra bill. jt ha brilliant reA eoton of the steel trust
Bl 4 oTvt furnaces."' That is about all there is
W0 "h. ad W, Its to Mr. Ka=O. I have not mentloned
mae at the* poraker, for no one takes his candl-
P5PIt have r jacy eriously. lie Is merely In the
SOW lp e vitality Ild, backed by the Interests, to pre-
dM 4W ti ebot of vent the somlnation of Taft One
'Ithe em gete aad the more aaie I have mentioned, that of
ut a the faed of Ma&air and eorge B. Oortelyou. N He has practU-
aM P5WSal 1 arp o p o lompetilto. cally withdrawa from the race, If he
*, osMuld ever have been uoesldered In
Win the adVMn d Theodore Roo It. His whole backing consisted of
"at was TM l S ted for the Vke the banks Into whoe coffers o f W as
S6 is e4e tehat he ght be pored million n profltsas the result
b s e pr o bes e driven fM the late panc.
ml y 1 I, a a & who was
B t tteii e Bof e TasT thlen, Is the field from which
16"S I80 M o. because e the distraught Republicans must so-
a PulS l "bePat he r' hot a candidate. If they select Taft
Sa N ow0U 11 a 118ast his the RepublIcans will be against him
SBlt wbIll to a man. and victory for Bryan will
S u*M ovewtd Manely be assured. If they select one of the
l t l2W of his Pay others, all reactionary candidates. *he
too able pois he a O Republican rank and file will bo.
m able tqlareal l U 1 pagalnst him, and again Mr layman
h0 aO no MOtod of p election made certain. At Ie.t that
t +theKamnme lb rand.d the way it Is outlined to your c.ar.
de 10 pu1l11telma. mttertu repodent by such men as 8.uatuor
v s end fivs&augg by the ulberson, Mayor Johnson of ClePe
Meor Of gw W. pala had, and other Democrats of *iqual
Tleodore RTe l(t aaa.I prominence.
ges hei b"a elmi*At*4 himla
ftftba gsuleenti sad
A01 go PM to O tallsam. The resignation of Admiral Ilrownson.
a l td who., as Chief of Navigation, was prac.
Ileallt the bead of the Navy D#part.

W WIWarn
0006 of wm H.

SC sea George a. Cor.
.L 01 1H5 M the worporatMica
S nAd attlreey, who
H ~ Wlaf by wrecking rail-
S tieavti hitb appointed
S boh has alrady
Mthat ythleag or here
p. espeiteset SsCO it t W
i the mIeal eaudidate of
PMy. bet his re that he stands little
agmates Taft. I
sweg of the Room*l%*
me teada for couatul of the
eviaka of th tarts.
Iof the PblUpptw**
S e i oRelisblitas aarks
Seon optalt the aro cielae forw
pIlo pwket 4bkiIs lie is lto a

mem awUru s t in i -stance ort oe
personal dictatorial methods of res-
ident Roosevelt Admiral Hrownsmo
wanted the hospital ship Itelief Cap>-
tambed bt a pallor t4urgton (rlne'ral
Risey waitedIt It aptainut by a b ai y
doctor Mr Kitry Ito the lresi.dht m
personal ph>il) klt atinhe on Th.'re-
fore. Admiral lirot, tison. who is a man
of contlctoluns Auit spu k. relust'a d,
and his resiotatinu In a s'at koss
to the na >. shch has made inure
genuine prt.resA uuder his dirretkin
than it had made int years predluusly

Note of Shar holdet Meeting.
t.alNestIlle Via I "e' 2,4 1"47)
Nottier to hervbt litten that the an.
tiual Abareholders Meetinl of The
liuttoa lank of ualnet ilie. rlorida.
will be held at the oiflcs of said bank
0t1 Januar 14th. li*% 1istus the, Ser.

lsembp~imcnt of everthing 'td Taseda In said rs14111h).at It
Is u"e"at tmtoo OwRep la eIt~~wkira wS. forIthe purarp 4 r .f c
-44cluw u-o a.te Oi!In$ a ILOMkwr4 ofitore-olrandi trunsat
,.-A. Io le t ti w elosdIt'~suc ihr U*In.-. sh BMAlI y
~elow nsill ItAq 11, 6I.S;N rk ;ofl:,itwfortwe. th. l. il

IS Now ~ek. horant,.J Utters t-%mqucr% tj
amo* monto eiwtrthaeis lo.. r.&I) wt i'eIt idi' y' out im;tirur~t.-

1bhaS mot blofitaic.d Io b*, ealth

9043't O Dllqntlbc4to) (41k igtPh -ti'9,
isthe a~rilb tatihisit. r %at %b.ea
gb k'b U1k"sof ~ arf(~sei'that t&* pe"'

CM be is
6Luof al_

mY 4
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I A On F A QWfVV 60%

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Tablets Lruggists refund money if
It tlls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S stg-
Satuar is o neach box. tae.



Our Store Is Head-
quarters for Stoves.

Heaters to Burn

If you want the BEST
get the famous "LILY
OAK" kot your hall, par.
lot or bed-room. Perfect
in construction, and com-
bustion of gases from soft
; has more heating sur-
fooe than any Heater made;
heavy cast bowl and steel
body-almost implsible to
burn out; top and bottom
draft door to regulate the
heat; nickeled footrails and

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lgt"r Sh~ift' UROitt Rsanalagt l
..p gspeew Writ.or ofe w rld
(hGo in* Fay.%oW. .Morn VamyShe*eeis
as' ilm Ille &bo.aSayegh" ommlse.

....For Sle by....



Mrs. M. S. Mullen, Highly Esteemed
Resident of Melrose, Cc.d.
Melrose. Jan. 1.-Melrose has sas-
tained an Irreparable loss In the death
of Mrs. U. E. Mullen. who passed
away peacefully on Friday night.
Ever slace the arrival of tbib most
estimable lady In Melrose, about flf-
teen years ago, she has always been
to the front as a most Indefatigable
worker, be it for her church or for the
benefit of her fellow-citizens. While
postmistress for the past six years
she made many Improvements In the
offer e. ad won the general praise
of all her patrons by her efficiency.
Mrs. Mullen was an earnest and
faithful member of the Metho4ist
ehurch, a most loving mother, and a
loyal friend to all who had the privi-
lege of being counted among them.
As a token of respect the flag at the
towp hall was put at half-mast by
order of the mayor.
The funeral took place on Sunday
at 2 p. m., Rev. T. H. Sistrunk of-
elating. The services at the house
and at the grave were attended by the
largest assemblage ever seen at a
local funeral, many friends coming
from quULe a distance, and it was
noticed that a number of the colored
people were present to pay their last
respects. During the services several
favorite hymns of Mrs. Mullen's were
most sweetly sung by a choir.
Many beautiful flowers covered the
grave at the conclusion of the cere-
mony. The deepest sympathy of the
entire community is extended to the
sorrowing children. ,.'

ucoess of Hyomel Guaranteed by J.
W. McCollum & Co.
Catarrh is not a blood disease, but
is caused by germs that lodge and
grow In the air passages, causing Ir.
rotation with poisonous and offensive
mucous discharges. It Is an insidious
disease of most destructive tendency.
Its approaches are, unalartuing. and its
victims are well on the road to a
chronic state or to dread consumption
before they realise their danger.
Stomach doslig is Ineffective In the
treatment of catarrh. The only heal-
ing asint is Hyomel. w ~h Is inhaled
with the all you breathe, killing all
catarrhal germs and driving them
from the system.
The sooner you use Hyomel the
sooner you will be free of catarrh. J.
W. McCollum & Co. will jell you a
dollar outfit with the understanding
that If It does not give satisfaction
your money will be refunded.

Island Grove Topics.
Island Grove, January 1 -After a
very quiet Chrltmnas the farmers at
Island Grove have rei.uiaed their
sork. The weather during the holl-
day* was warm and all the crops have
taken on new growth. There Is a
con shlmlw'd from here now.
The orange lacking season is about
over The tothl amount of oranges
shliped here this sason. in something
likf I .toon or I.InHo boxef. The fruit
wasI of a gm..l grade and the shippers
are r'lt, inn fancy r'turns
T Caton. w ho It now located at
t'hkr aiter, a is up C'hritatmas week
to up,'nt a f,'w tda s with hi mother.
Mrs. i T C'anton
Mr atd Mrs. 1.1,' Slunions of
1parr rtnoe up to apind the holidays
with Mr and Mrs Ilaker
Tl'he .tork t iltdl Alfred Jordwn S
home r'cn'utlh and lhrt a fine baby
t'harlh, Plnher s 'tuel.nt in the
l'nlerstt at (alnes'ill., maild.- a ).
li's: itst t, friend. h,.re last wrk

Tie KN You iark AliiNot
InUr 0e For over 80, Yers
weageem an. w eme.,i+. l a l, ti,"

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Abstrsets of Title and lfal laformatio trMloed reading l a I tiolb
soonty. Our maag l ivdl In this mount unty lan n
li thoroimly eMvernt with tiles.

/ .E. 'E. VcO"YILE.i
seating h number of prinealt Amerlema and Enlish eMatles
GQites-v-L11e F'Lo0 l

SIf You Are Insured..

u a Compan that toReeponsable, Have a Poliey Oorrsly l
SWr, tDn With ilbetRlil of Policy Oontract and the Comp y '
Pay) Lases Promptly

You Are Assured '
SThat no serious loss en overcome you without you have NO a

SFi Life, nccidet and Healb IM nce,
None but Reliable Companiet Repieseoted.

S lforatoistot oshrully ftrnsbhed. GAIN,- VIU LE,I

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NACNIME 05 ?35fW
IDIHaik bu

The 1.4 Yen Us" Ahw~i sp os 4" jw41
in no*hr ovtS90 -ew% ,bin berno oas ima
=34 hsb" buow =a"1,

All Cmto** tb, rN 60IS dJ Ig_0 be
Ezeusitha$ roWifewth a" doedamser the bw t a

Whtrl atbarils CA 0 b
goriet Dusm. a d SsGooM yis.It, ft IS~

0011&. It vsTesw"mL,4 Tihm. ow w0
ho~e% ivthealdt ymad a1 s dp.
The Vhfli"'sPon"is owS 39~0V FAeud

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V Ledge, Kef P., Watched Two We-Known Young People Untd
,1'Yer Out and New Year In. In Matrimonial Bonds.
t e most enjoyable and most Information con ,s from Hi4b
occasions In the history of Springs to the t ,,(t that LeRoy W.
Vernon Lodge No. 20. Knights Ii'enham of this i,, ;,l,(I Miss Hattle
was die meeting Tue-:d \y liodged of k;,.h i.s ~re united
though on a regular In the holy bod.ts ot matrimony Wed-
t was turned Into.a kind nesday morning., ltv. 0. E. Thompemt
performing the v. renmony.
At thi meet six candidates were Both are well known In this elty. the
t*d Into the fnal mysteries of groom being born and reared here.
o rdr, the degree lt Knight hav- He Is a young mian fine character.
bee=conferred upon them. "and has many fri, L
After .the closig of the lodge nla The bride is aW el known here,.
form those present Indulged having resided Gainesville for
ts a most elegant spread, prepared some time beforFmcvlai to High
ader 41reckon of that well-known and prings, where her father now
poplar odge caterer, M. B. Saunders. holds a responsible position with the
Mr. .aerders is a member of nearly Atlantic Coast ltne. She is a young
evwry neeet order In the city, and his dy well liked and popular, and her
serJoWe are aItays in demand upon friends are glad to know that she will
occasions of thiskind, as he has prov.' a4Pln be among them.
4a himself a professional when it 1r. and Mrs. Deubam arrived
aomes to preparing feasts. Realliing Wednesday from High prn, d
bb ability in this direction, his Wednesday fron High Sprins and,
bo er do not estate to caUon, his will make this their future home.
thers. Tdo not comprised to call son The congratulations of The Sun,
im. This cakest comprised oFe, et with other friends, Is extended.
Ssandmhdwl eakes, fruits, coffee, ete.,
aest temptingly prepared ant served
Od was highly enjoyed. Death of Mr. Rainey.
The company watched the old year Edward H. Railney, forty-dve years
out and the New Year in, -nd songs of age, died at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday
were sung appropriate to the occasion, morning of Bright's disease, after an
In ll, this was a most delightful Illness of several months.
athering, and will long be remember- Deceased was a native of North
ed by the Knights who were fortunate Carolina, and came to this city with
-emough to be present. his family several weeks ago, think-
Ih that tha rhane would eMAlor him


Pref. P, H. Rolfe EBpects to teave
Today for Madlson County.
Prof. P. H. Rolfa expects to mtake
his departure today for Madison coua-
ty, where he will attend three farm-
erS' Institutes, to be held Friday.
On Friday morning a meeting will
be held ac Lees; in the afternoon of
the same day the farmers of the
Greenville section will come together;
and on Saturday a big county meeting
will be held at Madison. when the
county of Madison at large will be
.These institutes are becoming quite
popular, several having been h'ld
Within the pad few months in West
Florida. The central Institute, which
will be held In Gainenville In Febiru-
ary, will be a general rijnd-up for
he year. and Inasmuch a4 Secretary
of Agriculture Wilson and other prom.
aIent speakers will be Iwre upon that
occasion, this Institute will no doubt
be well attended.

Has Returned from Cuba.
E. Paul Brown, uoe of the efficient
clerks in the United States land office,
has returned from Miami. Key West
*nd Havana, where he ba. slnt his
vacation. Mr. Brown, who is studying
the Spanish language. Is delighted
with Cuba and its prospects, as far
as he could see. lie says Havana Is
a clean, up-to-date city, which appears
more lke an American town than the
C4;ma to ins he has read about.


to health. But it was too lf as be
suffered greatly, and finally psed to
the mysterious beyond.
Deceased was' a member of the
Methodist church, and during the time
of good health was atite In the work-
Ings of the church. He was a noble
husband and father, and Is survived

Sor Coghs

and Colds

Nearly all other Coagh Cures are
constipating. especially those con-
tainingeplateo. Kennedy's Laxative
Cough Syrup moves the Qwels.
Contains mOelt**te.



Cough Syrup

"A Cold or a Cough'nearly always
produce constipation-the water all
runs to th eyes nose and throat in-
stead of passing out of the system
through the liver and kidneys. For
want of moisture the bowls becomes/
dry and hard."
Kennedy's Laxauive Cough Syrup
relieves Colds by working then out
of the system through a copious
action of the bowels.

Conforms8to NatiOnl



O10 o'clock this morning, and the fol-
lowing gentlemen will act as pall-
bearers: G. W. llyde, i. 1.. 111Hill.
A ft ...- ..1it...-_ A 1t.

Intereting Matter Whkh Will Prob-.
ably Prove of Value.
The Scientiffc Amcrlcna. one of
Anurlca's leading publlcatlon., has,
a w,"at delni to say about the eclipses
St d tfgth present y)Var.
This arti. l, c ilitains Ka great deal of

inforn l itki i of umIctulesM to the I*'o-
pIl of this section. esoeWally the
a.ti'i.er as they arot governed by "the
msti a.ind thee miooin.
This report ,~liows that the' first
o' 'il'i' will Il,, a total one, occurring
on ,laumtry ':, lit the morning. The
sPec''nd eclipse' will be the annual
e'lipse. Jmu'ne '. mi no hour is given
for this section of the( country. The
third eclipse will he the l.una apulse.
December 7. at whfch no hpur is
given, amid the last will occur on IhD-
o'nmtwr 27, and In this instuncl' no
hour Is given.
"l'hla It the orlictali rewort. amid no
matter what hour tlhe *'clli'ses moer.
they may bhe e'\p'clti lt iio the dites

by a wife and four children, to whom I A, ". i-t".ur, rfu .u.av. For Over GIxty Vear
the sympathy of the community In --r- - ..Mr Winslow's oMihing Syrup has
extended. Loau's Regulets cure constipation tixtn used for children's teething. It
The funeral arrangements will be in without griping, nausea, nor any weak-. oothes the child. softens the gums,
charge of Robt. McClellan. The bur- ening effect. Ask your drulgist for Allays all pain, curen wind coll. and
lal will be held from the home at them. 25 cents per box. Is the hoot remedy for diarrhea.

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I? to carry at check- .
l)on't carry your
roundll with you--it may .
lost or stolen. Bank y"1'&
iiwonty and check it out as
quired. Nothing likepayi
your bills hy check; it gi
you a receipt -every time. '
t)peul alln 1ilCcOImt with
it will teach you econ

hlup sour crvidit, ftpd
your funds ltgiiist tob


nut, it ti re v r)il)e
houisue k nit re, bxosu
stat lhltseculres 4the' evtli
of yimr Ilifle".thtIs, 1
lcurnim, itN Drwnfl4

-rn Insraw

sr gIlsl, hi 41,1" I Ibint In
mbnii)91f ipoe' i I nsu t itaO
hi, (II si uwoo liaMun'IIa

s tns f Dunjos in~

The bIwmlUIfs NaOleeI so


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too Wom An e M 4 00

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vb.. came ow so w fo Mw IwWV'WI
tki ao o 5 the kWV* of thiS goled Mould tow babymE..''er Wou16
pftlo. The Mtm m anmeat P4 b sham &ad r left *,,texpe 1FULL LINN or
wodwodmbuttaMkigIsato hi ad sema e tingB O A
I va~ as ift nd o bayom tkis C3WR0000-S....
Wo btouoftham umeowof awe 4 'I~rrewmmsa e
stale the tbued bad oly beam Is prib ow butd. ocMoof .1. (ur.1rIftuwyWUB~--
iethree weeathe dedesry may bo&A Ajo's#rsi S 5.%w.
b e o v e r i c a b o t T u r I S b e w m 4 6 4 'b u i d s u p l I te I s o w P EAe .x w
may so to Sft No maeow.s babwis vfat Mrs U si am

the doproomoinet people WNWbb eMN I -. .
areb.U Qolia b ally areXMr ol modass ro 100fe4 eEa" ed-woloceIghtwotoo 0so"m"6
Joh .6idof WbI. 4006L who Iow~md ow wiele at Wbhie's ('resnmfLu'I !
are guas"*dts thew.ir M63eaW. I Voelsftwo od In a few days baby WasI___________sale"____to
Iitet 64 the mov R wThw*e bootba Lpq anbd wel aid owbyA ~ ~ L.~
a" h we SODOM nomad Wbew wW. Jobawus~ A~mrsyt .r.

Who Will Appear Teoielght In the Greoat Normsntine Ope

They UmId a Melee. Spring. but have rcem(tly rented the
A oildd a and 1eli0erous 4 noe 1O1 our sam Uto Mr. and Mrs. L I. Wagmowr
str.-ets yetdir morning gaWte a who wll ecoaduet t Ia tlb. future Mr
s1plt0onm saIee o"r CuIes temt md Mrs. mtW will remain be for
b.thre was nethlB Ino lte nature of a few days. w*he they will prohahly
a bra.us bead Isa tW. This espo go to their *eegant reservation
was ron s when a oloe4Ial arbpe. Ala, where tay own a boas
baud boem thie comer of U ai- me. They bave so demnlu
verlity street ad marred aroend tte pMs or tW future, sand may go
wJluar'. It prfed to be anfm WMr Imrop.
tlu ofotkmd people from sHawtwh. -


Have Moved to Live Oak.
.1 K Abrians and family, who have
e'.t11 residing In this city for the imst
two %o'ars. have returund to their
forn,'r ihomne in I.Ie Oak. where' tMr
Ahbri'ml' hits accepted a iposIlton with
J. II. Iltarton & Co., furniture and hard.
war.I 'lt A ns Imanimier oA the (Galnes
%lil' Fiilurure Colmpany here for the
pamt ,' iMr. Abraimn Is uceptled
its mamiiagu'r of this popular Arm by I..
.1I. Cl.iltt. olp of thie stockholders, who
in well know and popular. Mr.
('lyntt has liten e nmmeirted with the
firm as n xook keeper for tho pist feu
months, lint heI i we'll up In the furni.
rf li .', am % ill ii, doubt imake a
" e 1 ii ('u I';,* l I I t liein tme'lll'nt of thlle
lm.-i 's



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O#a ariWe.gHa..
mass iner.

Art 0 S~v.~..IM& sat NPuboihr.

*dgvedb mTsuNI fS4b*7E
r pseft deanvsk"stalmas, pwbk
yp onto hr Avewodwuk-etr~ld Is

potm- T b xesday "

N erssIs lapsig up as
Ois misadimstfr the honom
bJreft. T"W, ae just &Vnested
sw hrbeubbs ale by
4@wla gem is oh4

OUt ththe "lir Me Ahw is wk hamg up
to tle msounding f*0 'bre*s de."

o" a MeeWakmg 044d rimht -op.
O* ?ieeAr*my iafbut when ft
Comesto them qVAwemay ebreed O
to adns awalg4m W iAtw~shin.w

Overner Uu bw bp remember
as wau" o m si JudsoPrkt

it1f0i as"PowMONesewiln ft"la
thew *mwmad sG'ussm Unew
4* wsibashebattle.


Sspeaksa of the mew
as "Old Jet
'M Dan The Dett
1- 1 page this anstry lato

lsl t this -wpaper have
I- h.. iMS i It
S-oe UrMIuS to the
at 1ude-t But
Mohabtthae a "perl -l.
a that thoi app"al to anl

|W ,Otllr of the Currnacy


*meere beak heated at STiATI 01P Oww1. ('sri or Tot.aix,P.,
Wit ublbeb should ea. alli l.1-AO C (OUNTY I
~,my.Wbat a&pWNW that lYskJ Chies,. anoltrs 'th that
thopoticlmm be Is snor lbarturt of ih fArm it Ir .
thejobs ofelltWtan whI~t. holle k ( %I. Itiop 1gjujile, Inu ltb#h
man ta" e w m asas~i t C401 clty tit Tolrdorutint) augl t atta afir'.-
pbow make mm%4 rtighOw or wm 711,41 An that ",Itt flr w'%%ill J.&% th*.
stom of Our l.' i: (11441 ,4Itll.&r 'foroacah,
'6114 Vsatv 4-46w- tit t'Atarf14 that canntqv
tAw 1ur 1 tt!h- 1* aCtr

WVmmw q65w au inhis w~lE at
~-j~ti Ne. ~iik.demrlaftetlthat
Owlm-i. frm tIt Mind fo
~isJtrveble, sad peatk-* Thko
f~ WWdhrusrsg" to the avru.
d Ow 11haoackal '.ra
thib tctr4&lkIs the rAIthl'.. lt
it 1 064 ba gri ftladr rtil
VAof tbr tan* s to usi' t..

CurI. Ra \ j I1F Ilt

HAI1! ktt~rh *4, 1!'4- ta jken zr e
All% .-q au ~ b..a th. at ..l an'iS
nl: ac%'u a 1...1.%, 'r ''~ ~ 'f~

ir 3h t) lt t %IK


'T'he Indepeadeuoe Leags
continued as a natJoasl organ
according to its mnaate a.sri. 'As
Mr. Hearst is the creatoa o
rival of the Demcrmat a bpa
must oot feel hurt if Deaocrats de
clie to support t Mearst. e toIn
this effort for dls p Thi* pM e.a
be sObctiot to ta dla h poU
cal action by any o thali
ptvUege.thatm would be
the bet to restei#t, and s' Mr. eart
has declared he is not to Sympathy
with the DompWeO party he -*
Surely ree to. aOMrt this mw party,
or puah thrlodk t p*5pa"adan. or
in company 1W Yt Wetbae W M d
President INwt a eotitisM
of ,se 41soneleMests as ly ama
bhid topitm. liOt tim who we
wan mo, -ib breot about W tVit

an ne to a"I m ey, a "
advanmemt of the polital l

It am erowtai that the Dao-mat
of New York will not eleo _-ga-e
to the n tlM.Coavens a
to Mr. i;a. All the atloms of
emeqaueaoe have united for'"a se
prm effort to carry thei tatid It
was deedoed that It would' be Ipoe-
ilbe to slte on Mr. Bryns, although
he aae many friend a t he Sta. It
Is probable that the ddomaUom to theo
DOeaver oneventoa will iaastruet.
d, esept to vote a salnt, though a
strog aloveaet to en foot to endorse
David B. Hill. T9 that, however, Mr.
WI to ot to. be a rty. Mr.
Chemter, the prom t DemOesato L
toeai Oeroer, has many riond anad
a amiber of eutiet are aaid to have
keen mared for him.
As the electoral vote of New York
to essential for Democratle sueege, it
to to be hopedtht all fte m tt na
that State eaa be united for whoever
is eventually nominated.

The Repub lIeas have declared that
th tariff st be revised In ood
tie, boeaae It would upeet things.
Now that thtags are upset we must
attito to standpat, lest It may make
upset more disastrous. Under
t .Plpublioaa logoe we must still
contiauo t pay tribute to the trusts;
Atll continue Vtreo trust products
sold cheaper abroad than here. still
pay trust prices Instead of participate.
lag at the bargain counter of products
geaeroualy spread for the foreigners;
still eotlnue 6o let well enough alone,
which being Interpreted means to cou,
tinue the Republicans In power. ltut
then It will be all right after election,
though It nmay bt a long tlint after.
unale the voters wake. up and turn
the rascals out.

senator Mallory's dislike of oten-.
ation. which was shown so 'lalnly
In bhis re*t*..t that he should have
no CongreeMtkmnal fun<>ral. hut be bur-.
led without parade, waa still further
exemplfloot wh n hi. will was op'nel
and it was find il tt it provided iiait
hisa trave lbwald Ibe markedly ,only bv a
simple nmarh, qlab tu t not more
than O1)' Bimplicity of rbaracter
and the high self rr-s|>'et that forbid*
Its poWsesr to iiadopt or allow any
extranMeous n tian to kvp hi. mrm.wy
r'ieet beyond the rei'cord of his lifet
Itself are bo.4h bl i lin that provialon
o, the will e-.atmr Mallory Inde.J
naeds no towering 'haft or ruspiel-
ou nmauMsokuin to iraw Fhiwtrldlans to
the spot whert lie th*, rmtalns of one
of rkFrida's noblest citla-ns -Jace
so'tille Time. I'nloli

Extra Sesulon Called.
Carson. Nov., Jan. I.--Governor
*parks has called an extra session of
the legislature to convene January 14,
1901. For the last twenty-four hours
tb* governor has been deluged with
dipatches from all over the estate and
many places outside of NevaJa urging
the calling of the extra session to set.
tie the labor trouble.
To 'Manage Tennessee Team.
Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 1.-William
Bernhard, formerly a pitcher of the
Cleveland American Ieague team, ha.
signed a contract to manage the Nash.
ville Southern league club next sea.

OfeI The KiMeys Are
Weakened by Over-Work
Unhealthy Kidncjs Make Impure Blood.
It 11.dIl to be considered' that onl-
rinuary and bladder trouble.t were to lhe
traced to the kidi*.' .,
hu1t now tt11 iernl
ienice It\oves th',t
have thi r ilrlelg
in the a. isrler it
thB uso!,t tispyrtanlt
The: nIV tI.C. f ltte' r
----that Is th tr wirk.
Therefore., hlnhti oir ki-'wir iar weak
or w oit rit o t, r, I a % tp i t 'vt ltti -.rstitd how
,iw>'.1.lv % ,ur vut:e'I- -Il y is ;icte'Ilt anld
t*(t .[r N Org.m h'fi> toI .11l to I) its
if i.'t are r 'ik or *" fre l lally," icgin
tak *i thi e gr..t kuiley irtnely, l)r.
ill er's.!-' iw::tl R o 't, 1itt ltU .lita o 'n
ti *tar ki.l.icr s are w .ll thv % will help
'a C Il e .tih r it r.. t tl hliCei.lt. A\ trial
,.'1 r"I t\ 11 % niMl He.
1: ',,*i .iT.. Hti k i o ,n ti'.:k<" no t o -iii -
t Ie ^'v t i't *.icAt'rm r \ilikour Lit') Cm s.
Ilr t '. rd. '1 t v\tra;rt,.nurv rtl'ft of
I.' lini-r's Swamp.lRoot, the grt'at
'. .' \ I ' l . m ll r ':.'l l It
h' hir '' t i r ,t-.l l' r Ir'i l'ture
of '! -tr 'I ' .. .. I .l

'Ie. ', t t1.
,;n i, ..ttiin !' '" i" l ofr, l P *

S..... : m e, tr, N, s e r,' < v i ot,i

t 0 aft .,-a.-f

was.4.",.i-(,a1 ra.4



A Healthy Liver I
A Well Man

Jm r Francols, Edmad 4 nyot Des-
WOal-, of Paris, the Prenchu minster
9 isJUtlee, dropped dead of apoplexy
r Tuesday morning' session of,
ts Moate.
William O. f elchard, of Pittaburg,
Pa., 0 years old, accused of forgery,'
Seoml suicide late Monday night,
Dat aMet polleo were about to ar-
4Pst tal, following a chase all over
Director Fraak Ridieway, of the
departure of public safety, of Pitts-
"*, Pt., aad p.uatnlr'tly known to
aameotona with the' Unite@ States
Wel ir burau, died Is a hoopltal
Tbsv-Y of typhoid pneumonia. Mr.
y was a thirty-third degree

*'. Is some anxiety felt over t'e
it a the yAct Coronet,
St a 'from the Orient to
tMador. She is beartfing leader
$NftW0, of tho Holy Ghost and Us
clety Oc Maine, who Is returning
fUes a pilnrtage to the holy lamd
toe New York.

Two Killed by Explosion.
3;,wknneville, Ga., Jan. l.--lbe
'ditim of Hawknasville were some
what alarmed Monday morning at 6
~etock by a supposed earthquake
whleh shook many houses, and was
as ompanled by every effect of an
oartbow4ke, waking up scores of peo.
ple. Later investigation proved tb
be the huge boiler at R. E. Warren's
sawaDl, ten miles below here, had
exploded, killing two men and fairly
book the country for miles around.


A c UNINT Yon" .
ft MnN &ob sompq f
Dr.AJ Haumh~sm~*uinto
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.WMiA s- visited w orum eT so M1'.ployel that ibe
ve. Ps It week, skelet uaOs Ibnd. It is thought that,
as0 of e Wer $20,00. t skeleton haa been buried for 00
or 300 yfrs.
: reve a tratload of ----
IdO for the Narfa of Its
far the av of Fred w. Marsh of Penscol lWork
S wihben at once.f"I" i t a whle out
riding Saturday afternoon was attack-
S Hel Tampa ed. by a S egro ,ppoe. d. .
e 29seamo. Thi srT negro hailed him and -, ked
tohim to stop, and Mr. Mar S S
lIg tit perhaps the negro tm't d.
*_ ...... .. t.cted something wrong with Is ms-
Sbeen ed In Lake ime stopped. He had no
7-1 amount of$5,000 for stopped than the negro made a lange
dtbulMding a large school at hll with a knitf the blow, ho, .
t title city. ever. fell short and struck the ba
t of the seat The blade broke and
S k fiienteredt at the o r ler aboutt four inches of it was towUl

,. i6a- treete In Jeo buried In the cushion. Mr. 1ar51
Sadtre e a double-barrel a tr the negro in the face with
ad S4mo watch barrel s o d hand, and, speeding up
lasto*, left and reported the assault to
i the poUce.

*WT. OmRO, owe ov LW uei M UI M wR
of Bllambla county. bha
two dosin orange tree. of
latemag variety and proposes
asertatn If the culture of oranges
,Mp meaty will prove profitable.

SUnited aftts circuit court will
to Miami on the 6th. The
asse to come before the
Is that of Wi. M. Brown, of
4stdefunct ort IDala National
kw Is Indicted for violation of
Outloal sa6akfug laws.

SW. P. Himes of Tampa barely
pod being killed In an accident be
evening. Hia automobile
with a street oar. tro*Wn
i tes froa his machine and
hi uanoonselous for a wMile.
U a machine was almost totally

for grading certain streets of
preparatory to paving with
brick, are being established
.p oehanees are that work will be.
is ta few days. The streets to be
am Lemon and First. Tlae
be one of the beat improvements
elaty ever undertook.

Ovterft $5 otes have been cidr
lagt o 'es Peaewola In large num-
Mras. It I believed that the money
ima lrculated by a welldressed man
Muttanled by a woman dressed In
5 h ht of faction. It las now
klougt that after working Penesacola
hy ave left for new fields. "

A human skeleton r'th Iron shack.
im aromas the ankle tone 'was found
Brtid on Stow's Island, near Jack*
Wavfli. Workmen are digging ahell
Wm Otli Isiaod for road bullying ;n
tval "sunty and it was while the


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High Springs. Jan. I.-Mr. and Mrs.
CasteUo and Mr. Elmo Castello of Sa*
vannah have returned hoe., after
spending the holidays with Mu' and
Mrs. J. H. O'Bannon.
Will Montgomery, J. Quarterman,
Lawrence Corrlgan. Bob QutaTloan
and Bob Ballinger have returned, after
spending the holidays "over home" Ia
Charleston, S. C.
Miss Ahoda Liddon of Ocala spent
several days in town last week, the
gueasto e Mrs. J. Hi. DoneUy.'
Punts Mizelle of Savannah has re-
turned home, after spending the ollU-
days with relatives In High Sprtiag.
Mr. had Mrs. Stevens and Mie Nel-
lie Stevens of Ocala have returned
home, after spending Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. SteveOs. m
Mrs. C. C. Barra and Miss Kstie
Barra of Gainesville have returned
alter a brief visit to friends It High
Mrs. Bush of Atlanta, mother of the
popular young merchant. I. B. Bush.
Is visiting her son's family.
A Huntlng party consisting of Dr. B.
C. Hodges. M. 0. Knight, Mr. Dell,
Dr. "Boston and E K. Anderson left
yesterday to be gone a week nla La*
fayette county.

Judson Jottinge.
Judson. Jan I -Christmas was very
quiet here. but everyone seemed to
have a good time. /
On the 27th of December the Masons
met here to lu.tall the.r nowly-olected
officers, after which the good ladles
prepared a bountiful feat. Everyone
present seewred to enjoy the occasion
immeeuty. tud regret dat these
Masoulc InstallatlUns do not come
mere trequeiitly.
Miss bt#Illa Miller, who has been
here In the employ of her mole. R. 8.
Tucker, as clerk. baa returned to her
home at Jonenville.
J. N. Wood. who has bee engaged
in the nenrcatlle bualskes at this
place. has returned to his old home
near evyville,. He pespta to trans-
fer bis mercantile stock as soon as
he can erect a store.
The cotton assocdatiem haa finashed
the warehouse St *Trat. and are
now storing their 04ttf1. They wI
see be ready to meat the byers.

Landierds ebanee Rfent. 1
Noew ork. Jan. L-t4aders of
the eat *ide tesata, who are agi-
tatls feor a Mrdetiof f1 reste, an.
waunced ast leadi rde of two apart.
mIeet housesha bas ee p ed mee1toa
of $I to 010 po f outkh. Jasem
Praak. one of the leaders of the atrhk-
Is tenanto. said that as lavestgat
shows that 71fMe werbers a e M
below Fturteth otb t. Of this nem-
ber 40.0e are easM to to cdomak
er, a"d the otheD eap aOd a16W
washers. paper hasaft, palatr's. sa-
peafers and brIuaas.

The Jr
Of lvn as to to have iend baiNh.

t"s merbibe a"d F" wiNban mbm.,
sobofX.Y. Toou med some Whas.
frieful smdhave dot b in
yWourmoth. T" a5 beamof Hahime
a powldvf cursow ON Dr., emvhnts
IL H&rref. Asoft Tom.. a i No -1
be"s med MoebbiMtro w aC .
"d"dit dad K eagbe 1 I shndb
esemusi UU f"be sinee dat
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Carrie Nation
Certainly smeabed a hole In the
bar-rooa of Kansa, but Ballard's
Horehownd Syrup has smashed all reo.
or4s as a cure for coughs, bronobitls,
Influenza and all pulmonary diseases.
T. C. H.--, Horton, Kansas, writes:
"I have never found a medicine that
would cure a cough so quickly as Bal.
laMs s Horeouond Syrup. I have used
It for years." Sold by W. M. Johnsaon.

Taprers Are Tinged V/Wt Biue.
Atlail Cl v. ,N '.. P.I 1t.-The,
local !:ot water hliati ng coi;ntmuy ha%
recently sutfered t;ie loss (f hundrcdsi
of gallcns of hct water through the
tapping c their pipes by hou eeoh,,rsa.
forts were made to locate the un.
authored users of the sater but
without avail. Recently the company
put Into the water barmlesu dye. and
several of the tappers are reported to
be colored sky blue In their mornlag
bath,. !!_!&
'All tt* World
Is a stage, and Ballard's Snow
Liniment plays a mot pgmalnent part.
It has no superior for rheumatism, stiff
joints, outs, sprains, and all pain.
Buy It. try It and you will always
use It Anybody who has need Bal-.
lard' Snow Linimeat Is a living proof
o. that It does. Buy a bottle. 6c.,
I and $1.00. Sold by W. M. John.
Nejro Kilted Crtt**-.
Athens, Ga., Jan. l.--Flem John
son. fifteen years of ag,. shot and
killed his twelveyear-old brothst, n a
guarreL The coroner's Jurf returned a
veradt of murder, sad theJAoy Is being
held Both are earose.
Ithinu, bleeding, protruding or blind
Pile yield to Deoa's Ointment.
(.rokje eases soon reolevoed. naly
cured. Lragglsts all sell It.

Sank to Inreae Steeock.
Covlngtos. Go., Jan. I.--Tbe bank
of Covington increase Itsa stock tc
j0,Oo0o,. to take effect January 1, and
will make the beat a4atLemnt In It.
Matory, bowing the depot account
iadi&alts al.


nip "do" .~by -Sm-Itsam s
80*0 "m mse emmIs o"
alesaIFwomen baafin erroesesa140d4
that 1W saembwlathe eelp. iwhihre.
MM ethe &doW nOabs.aMis, ab urling
the dsmi~vIlMe may wooh er seats,
every &F. sad yt have dombeE boo
Efe bw e -. ain~us h bvinag hair.
sm "w ony ois the n~dot~
a&~ i to kill te da adre ura.=
&ad w toerso behirpe* s"rueleathat wI
do ta UM Wewbex4~11 Idno Item
OWe hiklln the SdamndrufwoS
b&aves tbe& hai festogrow a" hesith
vafture inten bed ar" to ot""su
~,rew hee Km rnthe des.
aem fW~&Sold by

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Ca., Jan. 1.-Plant
mA. slpefoted for the celebration of
s. Utt St of prohtblon to Colum
IaM 'W*esday night Services will
i bM at several of the churches and
Srlowofts demonstration Is also be
to plaaMed, although the latter Is not
derthe auspices of tn ttemieranee
SThe main celebration will be at the
lSrst Baptist church, where a praite
service has been arranged by the Wo
man's Chr!stlrn TJe ersr:.-e l'nn.
with Ron. DuI(ant Gue.ry of .~r~f n
as the primn I all 'ikr.
r o heevle;'t .s...'. fI l !Cr a:;'
Monday In- the history of ('holatir
Were recorl.*4 Mond'y. Pi'e.,,pn *,
sever bouhlit Uqvor bef paring for eniergcnckcs ly '.i l-g f:
* supply.

Finest Old Whiskies

For M m

oGOOD WHn8K ulAt im dieed uM o
_fthe edk1 and frod bvalm to b.an e0
as p Ul-mM oo Iandvit o W bemarM
P .e. mEm4 y ye s we have be- U IstU -egsd pie

HwhiokiMes a otr owa aio this a hist tbt

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C usto ers un aM tt e st to th is fa c t~

Spour fu) quarts (I. gaM).

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We handle only the Purest Wines, Wiokies and Seer sad all of owr
goods strictly comply with the Pue Peed Law.
We art the Bet Known and Largest Liquler Hose In O tatet.
We refund your money If goods *re nt Mtlestftry*
,We h e noI traveling men or agents you are nt paying their
We sell direst to the consumer at lowest prleft
We ship goode in plain boxes, with no mrM to indlestIe helnr eo
to"U 0
WI DO NOT bottle any whiskl-e all our ea se goods an boWed at
the Distillery.

Now It's Up to You.
DO IT NOW and Send Your Orders to


Jacksonville, Florida
The Best Known ind tLrgest Liquor HNo )Is the Sft"

These, pries Include xepress

4 qtm.I
'12 qts.I
12 4ts. 4
2 qtu.I

Forat lAwn fRye .
roreot lawn Rye...
l.- ecblan'I Rye....
loeechland Rye ...
Olen Lily. .........
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Theee pfleas dAnoeel mft @Opp*
oegmee, of ymuwe"antIShIUi
add as foenIie1ui94L Ift I
a gal, SOWN gal., 9l&
Estra star Rye .,....... 0 aL MM
3e"Olsloa" a....*.. ACISS
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Maryhad Ma mtmepsm.. C L 3

4 qts. Jim ltucknor Rye.. 4.0')ROM- V&all- *.f4.0,0.a.00'*C #Al
12 gte. Jima liuckner Rye.,.. 10.0) 11" 'pikn wCi
4 4ts. Wooiford County ... 4.60 L W. Harper ....
13 qts. Wandford County. -. 10,60 I ''''09006*''' '
4 qt RON Valey .....il.00Volvet '..... *.
12 gw twe. oeValley....... 12.00 MltWblekew ........
4 gt& vbo iSprita....--. t.00 I A
4 tsa. I. W. Harper ....... 5640 64101% cams .94......
4 419LUveJ Oak SA N.M.CaSO ...,.,.
4 gte.Le0wis'64 .........SAW oN.ec .can
4 Via..Hittemtr ftme W.,........
4 ~ ~ ~ o CM. a 4 C ib Te8 i *.a f 0 *,t01a0f 1
4 *& .cause bel-.ba. sh
tied to bead....off.. W.,,,.so Ci
In La. 0.....6000 ...ew*k6,00 e...ft..
4 gte. f~wlft's M"00000-0 4"00 "wa. F" kAppl% Alp
4 gte. Amu'icaawel...... W5* rL MUMMibey
f 41a IArNiAVadqCes. 18.40 abmadlr o* 0>5J
4 Ote SMOW Neumbb 400 C i
4 410. Gopherft = -41.10 Pert Sherry. (4*bleb
4 gc. oireGi..#A 1360-10-17Win"s.. fi i
4 *^000 SAp.. S pi .
ANHOEUG S4KUwM S raidolm ft .w a*s$a; 0
0mb. Per ds"."1*. lOspe&own M" label10is s, w e*oS;
Ow ehm ast. P"Sa m, W 9110"genoffor -W% ~erUibapaLa
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6 p W ftrb OtO a m ania s ,
fees Undorsmund Oupgeen.
kt:0m. Jan. --Aftt~r bin6
ebse for three 6y In I33tie
OMo. t wion&, at EllSwortla, 30
i t *m here, John OmIllan, 36
0, & Plays minor, was relese
k 'eadmground dungeo a eap-
V- xt Mo.dy, He was ke
no-towuben@atM Ar.
Iwe" t work okat dT"e?*
'$NO Wwra aon a* Ow
m eh mine and fsaftld
6- TkS OWN* M" o 116 0
ft Wbasd "woo ONO to
me loben l.'' AR Ids

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or 1 hav .

. Le, No. Antlooh. $51.0; Pearl.
OC Noe., Ateb. $7.78; R. 3. Hat.
'N. 1, Islad Orove, $77.15; Bessle
Mele, No. 11, Island Grove. $41.20;
tal Westphal, No. 18, Island Grove;
$6A.S; W. H. Casells. No. 23, Alachua

mc ;n Wilam ib No. I, Ar
n4a 9W0; Mrs. L. dion,
No. 18., Arreddo. $30.0; Althbes
Brown, No. 26, Drayton. $26.75; Ethel
Willmas No. 34, Merose, $20.00; Nel-
INo Hugses, No. 36, Grove Park, $25.75;
wurlnbe "Kalrson, No. 23, Orange
H~lgbt$, $0.0; 8. B. Wilson, No. 40,
loebl.e, $25.76; T. E. DeBose, No. 1,
Unosa Academy, $66.66; L A. Artson,
No.*, 1Union Academy, $40.20; Amy L.
Davts, No. 1, Union Academy, $30.90;
Matst r. Days, ?*. 1, Union Academy,
$690: Christema E. Artson,. No 1.
tValon Academy, 130.90; Emma P.
Wilnams, Union Academy, $30.90; Vio.
la I HIll, Union Academy, $30.90; Ida
J. Williams, Union Academy, $30.90;
lo J. Dowman. Union Academy,
$30.90 h L Murrell, Union Academy,
$390.; Minnie C. DeBoe, Union Acad-
emy, $36.05; J. C. Jones, No. 20, Long
Pood, $2m.90; J. L Cook, No. 4%, Loch-
loom $20.60; Ella J. Richardson. No.
17, Newnan's Lake, $25.75. Total,

A. Hercules ...............
Baird Hardware Co..........
T. A. Gay .............. .
J. L Kelley ...............
J. L. Kelley, office..........
sIt Nat'I Bank, Interest.....
Baird Hardware Co........
L M. Kelley, stenography..
The OGaineville Sun........
Mrs. Irene McCreary........
R. B. W eeks...............
J. F. utch ...............
H. B. Brooker..............
R. B. Peeler................
H. B. rooker..............
Mrs. J. H. Barry............
Mrs. 8. H. Merchant........

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Teaer's Sua uplents.


II *w 0 uMll, (8 Mo.), $39.60; Nellie U. Prink, No.oo o. 1 s 1.
tag"0elts Ae ba ( Mo.) $10300; Mary a Arredondo No. 1. Lila Fraser, $1.29;
23, Aleobma (2 mo.), $103.00; Mary U.
-' At." NWt N .O2,r, No. 2, A h (3 mo.) Rochelle No. 3, J. I. Jones, $15.45; R
Ai4 2U.4. Am g *0; t B Auhb No 23 Alachua chelle No. 3, Alice Vaus, $10.30; F r-
,, l,' to n#L 88.40; Ith4 Barch, No, 28. Alachua
i e to w e ksl ll m o), $82.40: M. L. Neal, No. 24. banks No. 5, Mrs. P. M. Treadwell.
droi Waldo, W e103.00; le V. vi, No 24, $2000; LaCrosse No. 8, Bertha Hodge.
$10.30; LaCrosse No. 8, Maude Lewis,
WQ ldo. $41.30; Agnes Zetrouer, No. 24. 1030; LaCros No. 8, Berha odge
OfBS^^ ^ ^111 w $10.30; laCrose o. 8, Bertha Hodge,
o 1 10W k$41. ; Primmie O'Berry, No.
,, t I4, Waldo, 1.20; P arah 8neller, No. $10.30; lCrosse No. 8, Maude Lewis,
S l nl a lnta re, $103.0.o; W 8. Cawth, $10.30; Archer No. 10. Salter Ilanton,
'i I, 1 No. 4, OGainsville. $154.60; Oussle Mil- $25.75; Archer No. 10, Mary lierk-
S...... lr. N 16.96.91; .er5na Hhannon, No. stressed, $10.30; Gracy No. 11. 0. M.
lr, No. 26, 666.96; Serona Shannon, No.
Wagu, Clerk Ciaralt 2. $69.23; Ellen Wallace. No. 2S. Pattern. $.0 Mlcanopy No. 15.
1, i ]rld&l l 1J3; Anna DaCoeta, No. 26, (46.35; Annie Collins, $ .1; Micaulopy No. 15.
q~ty. Visrhida $59.2; Anna [hCosta, No. 26, $46.3,;
wb -IseW O ,g Mrs. W. P. Coffey, No. 26, $46.35; (Cl" am mth, $5.15; odwin No. 20.
WAll, aW 0 ori s. e W Edith lirandt, No. 26. $46.15; lhesle ottie Teter. $10.20: Godwin No. 20,
0 the $flowiag e. Carver, No. 26. $46.35; Cylla Ke Lottle Teeter, $0.20; lHawthorn No.
j" ta f0og y 6 1y n rver. No. 26. $46.35; J yla Kedy. 21, J. N. Overhults. $1,..45; Hawthorn
F' mu ~ 1 M14 ys j eb'.n No. 26, $46.86; .lull Kenneldy.'.
-., ld Wa stsU eINo. 211, $46.3Z: Mabel Sanchs., No. 26 Nt. 21. (;rac E. Miller $3'.1; !1aw-
[$~6,6.35; rlgr,.t. lali,..No. 2'I f thorn No. 21, Eiddle Reddick, $5.15;
ItM 0etht edfX Dec. $49.16; rigrtnc NlalN.1 No. 2:1. $46N.36 ;1
N. (. Hall. No. 27. IPi, (Cottalle,; lawthorn No. 21, J. N. Overhu
,t,+.." TIM 311.; Ella~ ruqua. Ni.. W, lAKhlo.o. $15.45: Hawthorn No. 21, (mrace K.
tAp$1.0; Ell^ Uplnhol(U, r N o 1. 2I tro- Mlller' $5.15; Hawthorn No. 21. Eddie
1Wm .l% Irepot $0.04 $41.20;P. :A Pinholoter, No :1. S4tro.2, d
l al. lt rwpor 0.04 ble I9 .o s. ll o,, ., (rae II olf ieddick. $5.15; Iochlooma No. 2,, Ella
04 1 mO, lltax,. 4.439 No. l, (I r.h1, 12 .m1 ce 4I to; Clara Fuqua, $4 00; Strobhl No. :31.. A.
Thonia,. No 3., IllNoont>dahl>, ; tro o,
.. k o.................. o j1. 1 *liarr., No '. '. ann $:1.;.*', (O arce i Holr3, $1430; trouble No. 31.
Si. l Mo t, ...ry .N :i, r ,e A l'inholatr. $1. 4.; Stroble No.
1. O$...... Ri ft. $:'t4..00, inm 1. (;rr,. ir Noe 31. Grace II. Wolf $10.30; Orange
aE.. .Col..O t. 71 4 Perwweranc. $30.90; oirre l'rat. INle ts. K II. Montoniry, o10.(0;
...... 87.r No. 44., oraln1e. Inte., $468:1. Al Persevei.ranre No. 43. Emma L. Orace.
r1 tricklac.d No 4'. Windsor. $3.i $10,0": Windsor No. 4'. Alice Rtrick.I
I .................. (*0.O0 W H. Main, N, 17. Ih r.14, land, $10.00; Hague No. I. K Price
tl .................... .e m 1. ith. No. 7. 25 : ,Eviston No. 2. M. A. McRae.
$--1.0; KMl*It \. mISnh. No. 4,. Illlh
?I S51 springs. $41 :< -rl Ware. No 47. 5S.l; Taconma No. 69. Georgia Snow.
i e. l- III2olll ^ h s1t'I.K i1 .' o >11 MrAuli... l10 30; Tomn No. 69. Georgla Snow.
9-, -- -- No. 47, Illth iipriln. a.3.1 i, E 1 $10.30; N\,wberry No. 73. Marie KE.
iLLL ...........2.... 017;111 2 No. 4. Hllaue. $tI4:ir. |Httla "*'.' (: $ 00; Newberry No. l.ula
ite1TeaaDwioteams. IN Mills. No. 5. Paradise. 3.lt 0o; Annie Vlan. $15.00 Myra E. Newsomre.
ai p t .............1.6 i. l Oluynyn. No '., Tyler $3090: M. A It '00; Itleky Point No S. 6 allie J.
i .M t. 'O' .t '. a .. MeRaop. No iIsl, viton. 1 36 s. Hon lnyla. 11.45; Hayneworth No. 81.
M ... .. ..... rta No .1 I m .10 *e Morrow, $20.00: Wlleford No. 88.
tws er.......... i33 ila t, imetis,. 1 ,, ,toil,, .0 l Tyer. Roadfd No.
*. p,-- I Hatmn No, I1 0 l Ava Thoomanr'. t'o lel. eland $1.06; 54 Sophie Rnoehl. $.15. Total.
Jne n M 'rant No. 4. rove Park. $41 4.54
.... .. .3.11 1 $34 0 I ; (h*,lta t$sow, No. 49. Taoms a Spcial District--4Sudrite
arrW Mero IS olIII ,ao S,, ,,la l'ord No. no, Ituchell- No 3. J N Sh.ltey. I 00;
,- Monte"cha. $16 ) o( MR* Morruw, No laCrouwa N . I Co. Parker. 17753
S .. ...... . S 7 .34 It. Hla)e..rt h i$ 1to (I $10; |G lansvill.. No. 2. J. II. Jarvis. I00.6
S WARRANTS isUR Kat leorge Nlo 6. Rocky Hill. (ainesville Phoebe Marbch. $300
White Tehetra $S%&% Mrr -i F 'eusnmw, NNo 47, ain)ivllle Gaineville Gas & Electric
I Ula VrI.a No 1. Arre4oedoW a .01. flale ,: nt. *it' 1 0I. ,Kthel Tyner.'ON 1203 m Oanemtlll,. J R Walker.
j. Li Jasmes.. N, Rit. arello,. $41.0; No Mit. WVIIefor,,r. $lo.1, 3 l.ur.tia 8St 1610m. Gaaineville. The Pepper Pub.
V3 VAume,. No i. Roel le. 3.; 1 'lair. Ns 4: Tl-.r $otsS. Clara!Co. It The 14 J Thomas Co..
1P M )ATred(rel Nk l PaNr. t 'nbsy No .: ,st.Nba $36.65: j $1.-. lataevillA. A Wenk. t$11 3.
$ ( i th Hld Soph*e (.Retno.hi. Nt. '.4 Roadftold.j( atnllni.e Phoebe March. $t000.
I. .IA l. Mawdt lawla. No. 34v5. W r Ks. N o 71 WareJota. j ,Pwwv.rar% No 43. W r unp m.

tAC~u'. onost1. 64j35; Agns$30 al'MnnN.~ ~br
NO 'k IAkI4'5ft1 (I 0o0. $R3 $:'190. lAlA Vatl'..1171\.. ebgrrY.
~Jetttanzt If lt, Ardel. $&41 56, 0o ~~aI t.' V nell

Maftolf I4sti. P.htme OF Y. I MUM. $41 f:4.Init& ('17k. No 9'1m
V, 95R31, $41 .No 14 AlaIt~l.,~ wo1. VRIckb- PolmutA $I&,kik NiEl NIeha
~ Yesm.a?.'~ 4~15.ye j C& y'kW. PIT21. lHautlha'ws 141 struc
*W.. oI :.tMalpt4) Ito, It. 11AYPS. \ii1340aJwth )orn III *N
4ybVfttom 1! Set%,% I 'o tli~. T (%M.eNoe311. Ha N.. witA141 %0 i:,t )AK
Oft No. 1% ;ioa3 m fit -3. WI ItNOW. ('o~~'i oI
NO55 To~lum1101"M s 11044V'F. ea\11 1A,~
V2 10 J N'tqS: e.N' .,.
149wthw, 4N Ji.KM,1k-~k %Ne"?raakk' Ihark% \t% "A~dII'.

21. %Pj~t" j it

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1114. 3 '(an Vieno Sl. 'ns'
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ae %*94. aVv" J ~w Aeftkambev

of-* W" f~c~lRtss for fam~a~e f~tv

lay me am53laef.t la Abbt esa~j'

r 1 ,
Last Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. Mirj||-
nelton, W. Va., "I was~going do* *: "I
frdm female disease, with great p *il "
ing Cardul, fOhl My I How I was I
am not well yet, but am so much be th^( wilj.
keep on taking Wine of Cardul till I ir*1%.aly
CurdL" '
Despite the envious attacks of jea1ot. e0 les
and rivals, Cardul still holds sup tnhe on
today [as In the past 70 years] for- the ,"
cure of female diseases. It stops pial t )
the orpns, regulates naq
the functions, and aids
In the replacement of
a misplaced organ. -
At XvcypP M Store I 91.AO .oo 06

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Rye or Corn Whiskey
Express Prepaid

lose's "Ask the Revenue Offc r" whiskey Is rich and meIo
perfectly pure and full of nourishment-will restore strength a
rebuild tissues.

Four Full Quarts $3.40

Express Prepaid on Southern
Express Lnes
In ordering, specify Rye or Corn, or both

We have given the name "Atro" to our best grade of corn or
ry.. whiskey It i the kind physicians and specialists have pre-
,"ritwd and recommended for medicinal ume. It is an'ald to digest.
titu. a stimulate and a magnificent toniok. We pamtae Atro Rye
or (orn to be the equal of any whiskey to be bad for the mosy,
Sand if a trial order is not perfectly satisfactory, we refund ymur

"Ask the Revenue Offcer"
We nakle It a rule to dip every order by t

R. M. RoseCo.

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dl srtq e ujto~ew. 10 We na e es.A

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Magh tOf a Pelitliean. but
.4,, WsTnrthfuL ,
~-~a- b do deopl d as ae
fr atpla that her husband
'401iSthe twn n papel. "-1
rve ay ibat for poll-
b limpeam to tsIno-
-"wf tae there's
o olo of the club I get
If ddof mmo try as I may to
Rafty." sh coattaued con-
S"'t may ncar a f who
d Ulk aa not. I like
*i h ery well, and rd as
Br presMdent or
g6 eM tems.-t
)r f veur wtea. Pm truly tOa
Wst that wes't work. If you
8a w epoa' club you are fore-
4iat, aoi agtnio over candle
Yet m *st bh parttMn or be oat
e ow Ms. George haa bees
tfor ow Prn aad evy
S T'ft bh tra to get Mmr
a* sad. b1 lf Ia. About a
&o ca- mbmano aid sa b
Zf se the moalatles if I would
'h'L r- Woudi I tbogl Iti
.4r; tad I w oold o IIr I dmt
'tt imsmusaesy aUh is so lovely
betom balloting. lMth
q stoua e gMd id I us at
ftr Mrs. Geg. ditbh said I
Sto kra w bo r helped
l W. ovar my mbin toolard and
aM thaw packs for me whe o
fl Nrad -r lO
Ht M |watasbM Qaon
t as IfJ I tod for =a
W st the nolaastl I thowhtI
S ar sad as I t olM vote tfo ber.
daal ad mIr ct her very mu&b.
Sso witty dat forelb le
.0d a i0ir
,, sad I thought ift Teybody
bhr It was ealy proper tear--
j Y De0 ye a that you rou m pto
t bothr I' terrmpte Mr. NU t
I, Nilsed Mrs. Tutt. as I
t id, sad I promlsed dlath
Ye Olda't actually vote for
t, ofeore. dI, BHan. Imay i
i maes uo a poltcianm, but I waV
"p to keep my wod," saM
i ot, with dlganty.--Toth'as COn

NI ete That Aru Alrd In Last
WIlls 'd w Tagumnt
Debeae Ddlay, dybg am m, loft
Sper anulm for the rdmpptlom of
"t bar amr Turt." ari t13
Ped hisamalty towaud his b

r ta ter la distread coautry-
b b 0

i leaving the bulk of his prop.
aboat *125004 to tt to the
gagmia' company. One.half of
h ainet of ths large amount be dl-
Metd maold abe epeaed In ranmom-
I ubje mct fromlaveory to
or Badbary.
A ld lay of Barto. Ll, os t
ele e a mlIt*d o the Litcolt-
we t8 was0 d ae t-o lefqt be
lr w hoa, a pln a
iM tf Lt a cn o to odpleb
t ad hra ra tla tO I o. t dt

Ib agfes". shold Iss oM

-M b, w m dO memas
s 5am d tamese l em walhy to

If ate **au t het t t io spent
amese poasto s fra *d *a* wom
2.YA" ..." m e0Il

40 Ow e ease misotL-Lm

.Iqmdef T bw" hobia" 6 e
9* ssAIW t.1WOW

st "W" 4606 sea s
4. M DOVWdl

Plume of Fairy Lightness and Rver

Changing Dimen&ions.
A c6net la distinguilshed usually by
a nucleus, by an envelope called the
coma, wb!eb surroun.ls the nuelea.
andu, last by Its luminous tall stream-
lug behind the nucleus for perhaps a
hundred million miles nod more as the
comet swtma toward the sun. Ocen-
pyltg a volume thousands of times
greata-han the sun. the question ast.
atily irfaea. how can a body wthb so
vast as appendage sweep through the
solar system withot deranging every
plaaetl Iortunatel for the preserva-
aof tie olar system, a counet, so
mfrmr tietne a compact marW, le of.
to transparent Stars have bees d4ie
t ctly seen without perceptible dtal.
untieu of brigbtness not only r t ih
he t"ll, but e*ea through th e -L
In structure the tall Is a goaseir
molecales ao ghbotly that to ecogpasl*
sn the fImlest of bridal vtsM
eoauely dense and the thinoaet baM
that covers on the borlion is an a m
p rab blanket. Indeed, the earth'
nosphra on the clearest day la fat
l r. rndreds of cubic l
(oamrfa Rll are probably ento
t1 a Wrfaul of air. A plaOae,of sp t
Fairy lightness can hardly be suppp a4
to regals permanent, an-So It is Wt
uallo g to fnd that 4urlq Its swift
ormeey around the sun a eeMt's o0.
es are lncessiantly ca An
Interval of a few days or cha of
irw hoaro may work wo Itas
laptanoune texture. Its b aisthe
mly permanent cbaracteio ls Indeed
the ouly characteristic by wbleb It an
be surely Identlifed If It eve retas.
FProm all the known facts areto-
mers have Y included that the ldelem
of a oomet is merely a mas odf SetatO
aalsly dispersd Into anlall p p or
distributed gradually a lo the orbit
intil eventually the comet I ci*Mo -
y disaltegrated and ixtingulan d. As.
ronomlcas history offers eanlderable
lIdeace In support of this 1byp-1 .
oiela's comet, discovered ta IM lad
carefully observed on each eturs,
split Into two parts and vMeppead as
i ourso double comet to180 Whe1
t revisited the earth Ia IM the two
rts bhad drifted away from each oth-
ir and were separated about U00.O
Rules. Snhee then the OemWt h dsp.
pared. Every rix and a half earM the
arth croamss the track of at lest
oomet Meteorie showers q rain
ipon us. In these meteor We e all
hat Is now left of Bleola's omet. a l-
arly. the great comet of IM lIterally
at Its bead lby breaking lto fot r por-
lons each of webhich will m day
orto a separate comet. Aatr lisk
a this chain of testimony is praseated
by the chemlcal compo.ta a' meteor
toe which have found-teior way to the
ertb, a conmpoltlon whbkb agree ex-
Ictly with that of a comet-Faldemar
Kaempffert In ('osmopolIta.L
Pruching and PraPtee.
Lord l1.%r'ri-ancf, uue of the famous
viceroys of Iin!la. was an able and
very rimnpl e ran. He uaed to do hie
rork In hlis shrt leaves ad4 discourag-
d as much no possible all state and
ceremony i Ie was Wlactid to treat
he aativen like c'dreL. alfthob h he
lsays struwcuntly Inasisted *po their
eriltng and receiving I"te and
kindness. I.rdl Mayo wet to nd a to
-cteed hlii. mnwd on the last afternoon
before Lo'rdl Ijiwrece was I teare for
ome he t1, k the Ibxrowafg vreroy for
drive. on the way be Imprened blh
octrlne atf lndaiAs vey emphatically
id uesiiially oa his l5eaomr. Ird
Iayo tlhuink'd bins for his helpful ad
Ice. oai tH'y returned to doe course
I (orernWii:t Ituoe. Tbhe yce, or
odftwan. w's nlow aan awkwaid In
pending the door of tte eartewe.
rhreupn land Lawrn e jumped out
m a tes;r and gave b ear an us*
altahat'k. u, laid May. tured to
he vlcerry'e aid with a sle.
"My ntrt practical lemma is kntdaess
m natives tndou edy odd o.e."


aid, fS ed bqii.
Yan t- (d*T d.y

Smoke Wih Teseben

ft WNe wal.hhI* bdf IThe urtn OWN No m apisa'
it go.a~ am" d asked. Wok?'freay. It las""dto M%=~e
ato s s uub'a m iuhefas ie's3W U
R4 A waW NOm nd~
b 00 re as 0am o s kmoer 0U 1i
k uwv, W 5~a.ff '3.f bahes 8r tmo sms

*f GM if 1W 800- bo'ar.-We484 on
~. PSem o wst~n mom hat Thr ito onmft oon- 3
:ae.5.1si mom"e~h
.~~m i- b-3t
ow'A- wose
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*am soul- e Oft propors, (in-
= owd un amd 'wo)lPhaPhalse
um tft laus.. e big
ails ro 'r kips".31433

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raw" Ob ll W ommits

etmtu ad

....... ~... .. . .

was dooism e Oe.a

Oft A bwdm m miser
or a& d Samwo so PW-
t O Shde ases a W

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is esedThy, bba
inadm Soa s@me'boom
a pdw, to as- DOAU

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outbbmnad.............. vuytIUto % M,61949
6'w.wet. mft *,

stopping as Palafk, s s.,, =I~d( )*anmd IueMediate 1"41
I ft" qAl'ye1P. .1 11.11
Steamers "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE' ead ,FREKitin em
Aft appolniofd Wo sil a. foows: Leave~6IAMM11UON AI, May 0=04
satrdays, asI3~p.mi. Rmmlg ev arudaily
crelmos 6S1i4sus.fit 10-0 & ai.

IASYOS: to A m ........... Ja0'aavilk $:..~ *Go
Leave : 00 P. m. .... ..........fle~aft .............. .p14"10fp"
L4&vo 2:00 a. m...................A21OU.........,......... s dih1163
IA.ve ............. Bemtreed (DeLand).........baves 10PI..
Duo 9: 00 a.m ........... .aft td .. .. ......... "" ots$*a
Duo 10:130 C. m ... ......... .Bt prMs. ......... l 1418016
Paseboger and Thiset OloffIts, 33W;Mt t.3av 06mw,. Jehwif&l
H. H. RAYMOND, Vice-Proeudsnt ant a Os"raW ..q4% Ww TOOL
H. IL MAYNAR~D. 3', T. M.' A. 0. BAGU"', 6 P. An.
Pf., 84. N. R.. New Toik k. W& I ItI.,144V York.
L S. SCROBLE, 0. A.. Jr. M. IRomalN 'A.O P. A,.
Loseburg. M I"J hs ms,.
Jacknonvilho, ft. PW14 1N L.MWU ToW Yrk
0. P. LOVELL, Agent. Jaekss1VftI%'
General @356.,Pier K Naft h SleetWNft


soPTUsoxDMImaRm. In Me" wall
A gbm ishtpo s s eubsf~
~~tow a

Tampa & JaeksoofIIlo Ri

E.pzmxVflTIVueFOYMh is" 30.
Leave GJainesville for Alkanopy, Fairfield and Is.
eat jpoinltsSouth.,. so ISO.*..**#* 10I
Re~urrling, arrivu~it nesvilloe 660 ......4:

:2l. 80

Leave Gainmvilhb for aspoon City, P4a4ka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North 6:00
Returning, arrive Gainesvilt .... ............ 9:

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NMwth, S l, *Ea do WuI

Though Pullman Saw on AD 'f Treu..

Consult the IPurple Folder"

Far datatWd i fommdA .At D ul"Mmaw .inmr4w
vatlons, ow yeww rwsaTiM so* Aa

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i Isms now.
of Tacoma was
w.o speat yesterday In

'. I 4 .aeed from 809 North
.~fUW f rst to 109 North Univer-

1. . .I lew of Coleman. Vla.,
0'1 ee yest rday and made The
INM as eeable call.
W #'pY'lP P tro~ top to too, from
4 b Sum l sa Dr. Thomas' electricc
ft. Pasi east stay where it is used.
hl 0 ~ *e the "BWegr Prince" Opera Comn.
pay tonight In the great Normantine
eera, "1ra Dia Volo." Bests at Mil-
P. hir'. .
4 1 O toit Right-Do It Now-Have your
Si ag~ m aid oe some Blue Ribbon
iA I t La"Iao d Vanilla Jsxracts and begin
i -g the Sew Year right.
Sal e Collier of Otter Creek, Levy
O S l 5eaMty, was In the. olity ;eterday, and
whie hre purchased a fine headstone
t .r the grave of his devoted wife.
MU r NMnrs. Mary Thomas and Major and
MJI. W. L. rtoyd and children have re-
t ruled from Jacksonville, where they
S~e m bi' speat a few days delightfully with
mlatives and friends.
C. Melton, the mill man of Mica.
nbpy, was among those who spent
eaterday In this city. Mr. Melton
Iw l. has d6Ie a great deal toward theb de-
I ( aivelopment of that section of the coun-
tO % S *l try.

1,T. tinut
00 of &das&
do S-to
Ire ofMr. ammd

(d ukamao. owe

-~MI:?with his

Was a budas*

fm @sme time.
with the prug,
Is aver
#A1 osts amid
N ocnto.
som matsw
~~~~th~pasthat t

F. r.a 3-.mem I bowat
towtt be7 A .'hieOk glad tu
Is Obs' 0 As. Vol.a Wi.

ow aid-

SwI m b smiE

ml ato. MaWin

ty sou .l Poul

A. J. Mclanlil and family have
moved Into the Ivlnghteo cottage.
North nihtlrulty strMe. Mr. McLin.
tel li one of the valued employ>, of
the (laineville Planing and C'oMn
C nmpany
Prienda of J. Itl Morton, W,'at Mc-
orminck street. will resret very 1uchh
to learn of his Illness. lie has te
quite III hfor the ast two pr dir e
days, but It I. holed that he Il111 soou
be Improved.
MeIm. 10stelle Eppiwrmon of liroauns
and Reea Carpenter of tit. Petersburg.
two rhnrminig youni ladies, are here
on a viilt to Judge and Mrs 8d L
Carter, at their romftiortable bhu let
East (laIDntill t
The regular mnetin lg of Kirby
Samth Chapter Unlted Daughters of
the Co ederarc will be held this af.
teTroom at 3 ochicwk at the residence
of Mrs. J. Manes.r. and a full attend.
ant aIs desired
Fr*CAds of I'erv M Culsm, who is

Itattl, orwk. k M1'. Itll be
teans thWt he Is Settin skmog
Mr Ct'olti had qcuiit ai t
few dal, aso but rallied, and
tfeelun a nrat deal better

Iti James left v..terrdo for Jack
sogav1iliewhir, he. exiwetat, Iti emn,&
It* the 80%1 low da.. Mr James
ha. sp bet owIt enj41i1g g boil beaib
(tv The Paot rrw dat %% andI his fritrda
trusetthat his trip vim intipruec hint
A R Ow~vv smod Mrs iK J lkisvw,
'41 Ts~amim 41% sitth lt.' (t' guests f Kb"
lettet'S 5(1.14 'it% t and Mrs 1. N'

4r $114Mr. l AF-lieeta..is otkglziali.
trgm liN-t-otwr M Hib ht haI, hp-s ak
ItW his home ni T AM%&
4.ap'ler A "sul msi.erta* &g sbL uf t
the Ikltpd itlatras kud comevhas rv.
tIcgreedft iwwwa hrwt-ot lmt4f14
sad Alabama gutng as ts Nrt\fh ias
mkmtstmwq. It# states that the
vi cathw bat beet v-ery bed oI~ws tee-
tmi% %"v4 tedboth isn VorW& @ad A"
bams. bet ShaL buenurb sWt W
Vs hadaw ftw

Presented the "Chimes of Normandy"
.In Fine Shape Last Night.
"The Chimes of Normandy," one of / I N o
the most popular operas, wag present-
ed at the opera house last I eight by You will need some Nut Oracke, Nut IA d "ah
OalnesIille's favorite troupe, the "Beg- and we want4o call yourepartleaur matemaIo to ta b Iful
gar Prince" Company. set we hbve for a very :ttle bit of money: ,.
Uke it has been maid about old
wine, It does seem that the "Beggar FRUIe moun ea, h a-do .a........
Prince" Comany get b better the long
er they last, or the older they getW Nut Picks to match, perl hlf-do! 6.00. to
There Is nothing better in the theatri-. mat.h e *..
cal line which ever struck Gainesville, I -
and those who witnessed the per-
foruhnce last night were well satls
fled. __*_ __
The company will present tonight. Will row Cary. ,.
as the closing bill, the popular Nor J. M. Hunt left Tuesday for Saford,
mantine opera, "MPr Dia Volo." whe where he has Inv'eted In a celery
i1 said to be full of comedy and pa- farm having become Interested In thi
tho. branch of agriculture. rHe was form-
An Enjoyable Time. early a traveling man, and made a n M --JM
great success on Uhe road, but owlsn rg .-Bi- -*IL
One of the most enjoyable, as well great success on Whe oad, but owg oat
to the fact that he had a family with ,
as successful, social afairs of the se whom he liked to b assocted J Not i i t but
son was the oyster supper given at m he ied to ie u h ot "the oM k
the hom o Mrs. O. B. Baley for the tLe time, he decided to give up his theoldeit the
the home of Mrs. 0. B. Bailey for the taen posito for soeti r bl tqppsag
benefit of the Advent Christian church. et o t ,lenwe, aW16!"6
There was a goou crowd present, and manent. He has been here for the pas
Thevere wybodys oo crowd present, and few days wfth his wife, who is a guest fl0- .
everybody seme to have a ood of her sister. Mrs. P. T. McCormttk. -- t.
The proceeds were devoted to the W 0tBllK Ul I. .Il0t0,
church expenses, repairs, etc., and the Mr. Algee Married. DRIPIP PR-r
ladies who had the same In charge R. D. Algve, one of the valued at- Regular M l T 1
seemed to be perfectly satisfied. teaches of the experimental station, has We do not pe -.dg for
returned from Manistee. Ala., where nothing, but givyou thse l. ,r'vice
Teachers can have their report he has been for 1he past few days. po lible at a rea nable prIO
cards printed at The Sun office at very Mr. Algee brought back with him a Special Puppei for A on as
low price. Sample form and prices "better half." having bpbf married to short notice a pdbe, good
on application. Miss Curr) on Christais day. Friends in a__on. Ope i
Miss Elsite Smith, one of the efi. extend congratulatloa. "Wre Wr gl e what SW1

school. who has been spending the
holidays with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Goo. Smith. returned to her
duates yesterday.
The regular nietting of J. J. Floley
Chapter. United Daughters of the Con-
federacy. will be held at the home of
Mrs W, Taylor at 3 o'clock this af-
trnoon. Visitors are cordially nvit- Ech ertlon, but PO advertIse. 3 DI
ed to attend all chapter meetings. meat taken for less Ith 1 seets. 0
One of the Lreulest window die. wordtljake a line; no frutkonal lines.
plays In the city during the holiday every word over each six e onating a
was .that of A. M. Dickson, manager an additional line. CASH Ion advance
of the ailnesville & and 1t-Cent Store. must afcomnPany all orders for nlasetor- 1-
Mr Dickson had a beautifl line of tloa In this column.
pictures. which attracted the eye. and -*------ --
which caused may pedetran to FOR ALL
paUse. ........- .. ... .......

Mr. and Mrs. Haddock. Riichmod.
Va. who have bee here oa a visit to
te former as parents. Jude aad Mrs.
H. l Mason. left for their bose Tue.-
day koth Mr. Haddock and his
estimable wife have many friends
here who were glad to welcome them.
as sell as sorry to s them leIave
A. R Harwpr and an. A. R. Jr.
hae returned from Rome. Gk.. where
they hav, hw on a visit to the for .
er N mother Mrs. A T. Harper, and a
rumber of his states Mr Harper
atate that Rome. whk'h la his old
twe.I t, a SBe little city, bet be is
glad to ,.I bark to Ostneville, whlre
he can breathe pur Florida air onac



FOR SALE--Hlack reeeaortl o type.
writr ribbons for saYworwk at

FOR BALB-ixty Barred Plywath
Rocks. Write W. T. -Joea. t.
White. Fa., R r. D. No. 3.
FOR BALB-My eight4-eoM dwelling
with stables and shop; ati ir lots
on Aelaebha avee. 0. eeFoan.
1 J4 AUba& a saautS., GalsvitUe,

FOR 8ALB-The Rteal Cafr wit all
furutIr amd kntea M. The
btstima has paid me bmammeily
and my remms far calling are good
This Ito a good stand. Ales HUL


CwnA N msmI$)AM

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We Ofer Unexcelled Failitis

Oak A.~

CW. 11" Ueda


For Bst

Advtisme I

K. L ?AVL" Cm.

frm^ i-

ad Up oDa



Several Pam"ies SpentM New Years at

Mr. Nad Mrs. T. I. McDonald, who
reside on C. W. McDonIald's place at
Rocky Point, had the pleasure of
weleomigf a number of visitors to
the pIaoe yesterday, who spent the 1 .."
day in a most enjoyable manner. The
party eoltated of A. Doughtrey '
and family, Dr. T. Thomas and fam- K N I
Ily, C. W. McDonald and family, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Alsop, Mrs. Hall, .
A. Oleason and children, and 8. D.
McDonald sad family. The party .
spent the day hunting, at noon par-
taking of an elegant dinner which had
been prepared by the ladles, compris-
aIng turkey, quail, rabbit, and other '
good thigs to eat. which waspread Buine i growing V
under the shade of the majestic o 8.-Businss growing very
The gportme i the party ad factorily in all other y. .
fairly good lack, killing a large num-
ber of rabbit and a few quail. It was
an occasi o that will long remain fresh
In the memory of each one present
infaft0 ARm INCa COMPANY.





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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday




uuivwilu IU IULI I III ILU

Is Stated that Woman Left Her

Home Christmas Morning.


On Writing Desk Are Found Many Let.
ters-Will Made by Mrs. Young
I Also Discovered Among the
New York, Jan. I.-Some light
Was thrown Tup ltay on the mystery
Surrounding the death of the woman
Whose nude body was found last
IbLreday ha!f bit en In the muid?
eae of a poil ne-ar Harrison, N J,
41%m Mrs. Frank Hull. of this dty,
V4at to the \Narl: mnorgue and 4eo
4bred positively that the head of Che
Wnan wua Mrs Agnes Young, whoA
(nrmerly tived with her and later wRh
i Mrs. King, In llrsoklyn. The poUce
6eleve that .!. I.l ntiflication Is O1r-
eOt. Mrs. liu.1l ald that l went'
i4* Jersey (-tN faith Mrs 00
Chri'tinas da F',llowlnh oh*
de parted 'i top e who.
nhe i lrTers' ' lfk to ),;in a .. ,,:,' at party.
Hl hen Mr. Hul ., arniel of thoe mur-
4er throu, h :' ;.o : 1 .** .t. '. and saw
Sat them dl .-* :ii pi n oif '*"4' d'ad wo-
San n ,o.' ', 1 : r.l n he In-
tbr' r' I hI.f* ; at ,-ih believed
hat t', !.n :, .,,n.an f as .'Th .
TouIt'-N. h :o .' 1'.' 11 ii e 'lllro' l at' cne
t e t 1 o* : ," .: r anI t' pe' riter
I a s t !.- ,'' .% i, d that
Mrt. im)l :;. ':> '.' 4of n en-
ga4 eer. h ..o, rit live
lrh h h ' .l llar, <
U re l i .1 1 :* '**' f *

*35 M rt '' ,: ;. ,r r ,**
and w*n: , :'. ', ( 1. ' t )
arrive: A- *. r; e' n 'r' r '.'
e y ha11 ' V 'f* t h tI
O It r .

N '~Vr 14)n in!' nela-

Tork i, :'- ,..- "I el
She N~ If .I. '* 4 A 4
$be K. !' ~ Ii41 '!w NI,
gut.. .'t - '4 i!'4w Aa.4 "~mofeimittil

51 I4r 1 -a a 1 V' 00% spotL
*3 ti 1 'of Mrs 1t ii, astiI 0'.416%1l

bar 1w Nlr ''ing 'lbh's leak Itosaad
$0 ewilal', r.mlU ("ICtprv woAINby
Sin 4 *: fr-iniadnciI-v:& 141-
Ikem \1 -,11-'il Io) Mrs ()L~fg rk
derulr.S I'm acatomiIIonepaid Mrs
IreanI a cortaln niana.nsd a wIL
b y %frs o Y0n18. w"alsoaecfound
ee~g 'as papers to the deasl


Retlread CeeveIeSSAefl ubetthe Lutrs
Cent Must be Paid
Atinsi a J ni rTee mmnmiune
elefy ISSUOd an .irdw dkcla8iag sto
easke any cha'dts In pasSf-EWru:.
Ob. 2,wht' ha lois covie 0Oto Col.
viedan aktdi'onfa. I seow goof mi4 te
#am ePaid #.a :kie S ia5 s, n o 1IO

the qo&are r"vl-3 'ewi I, kvwV f ickot

f Cs1)1 :' art tusbe

K!a't.'1 -9 taptoIt* 'rule' W

oa a -64.-Ad -10 p;AS Sid
6e- & a t' '-'o e'*-.; aws
fa ka I t at* *6 Pay h# 11
4ldalcaa t,' 119 6

me5 Goat '4.)95ev T? a'
2 U -r '- % 4'-V

2111 00 vw -'alo ma -s'r '
av41L" as ".. en' "be
~ s1w. *a-
%e~400 wi ..ry46*7 r N1gtfW'
>s ee qs4 k m litooe

Italian Little Ones Not Allowed In
State of Mississippi.
Washington. Jan. 1.- A.etong
other ,attera of conpl.aint lhdlg*td
wi:h tOo state l apartment by the Ital.
Ian ':iibat ) hern. ome' time ago ws-1
the ca.te of some Italian children who
had been denied entrance Into the
Itate of Mil.isolipp3. The department
transmitted this complaint to Go er-
nor Vardaman with a cotrtetus re-
quest for an investiaplon and report
oa the facts. The governor's reply
amounts to a declination to admit the
children as they are undesirable Imm1-
granta and as Much may property be
excluded by state officials. I
Affidavits collected by state agents
and accompanlyng the governor's re-
ply are to the effect that the children
are of clenly habits., tree from disease
and have been pupils In the public
ecbools in New Orleans. It also Ts
set out In the attIdavits that thtes
children were born In New Orloana.
are oonsequontly American born cit-
Izens. and therefore are free to travel
as they will within the limits of the*
U nl t States.
The state department, however, has
done all It can In this matter in view
of the limitatloansa the exercise of
federal authority and the only ro
course for the parents or guardians of
the children is to apply to the local

Alabama Tow" Pays $2.500 or 01Her
ho.o.Ala. Jani. 1.--()ane'rs of
the lcrcA! (4)rtiln $tadtes TIagaae flat)-
chlre Tie"cAsy at..ruoon furWA'rdeti to)
I'rvie.uI 10t ('4 tiopen (of the IColton~f
dilates Leallue. Now Yoik exchatige
for Z54 with wh'ch to jpu:r'i.aa her
r.*c4ase from l tw4-leagimc'
'0(11 tt' '11has aliw) ,4'en nt 1i fleniby
vir i-'h.at Mobile hRs a r..ptod the
o-a, -iliatrmsfor hf'r re'-oaise Mo
1.. opt 1.91)with ilia o (tc)D 141ston
Lesgue fo Plprekic an itar I. 1.This
Wei-) (inIli" Wibktoitd, entrance ino
t!,* Ai,l'tivrgi lom 11)% no 141! -p- a *utr',
ter tfcof44nje.t 0 ri' litit a 9se! I iled fact
'1; 1a r 'wi -nv e5a all 4,1)b l. -4 4 lt() M4).~
h I: -'r. t a lc 4r % V' r the Sfe('4-':.'I'rt
trme~..-rauirl t'~hs .odma !I 1V114-frAIlY
ui)c~ttp %%It, In ttv, noitt 4--ok


Creation Of Board of Educatmon Do.
cdared Unconstitutional,
mtiuitte#,. 4's .ara i 'rhe act
of thp,"'im.salurv erve4irig rip 1 Kragpis
thoar~i f %lfeiuca'livn fr the city of
Iliml ist.-' us held to) unronef I
t~i'ierk: I JmulxpT.t a-read IHetts in
'ha. law and 1equialh wuarl rins 4o%
(w~iio)nma& reoleored ?n tMe court'
oveorr-'uelnt 4nu tiers ho the a'lowelatb
-nI tho q'm isatranto ptuvr~o-415s Mie4
sagamst lbhe board by Pr.'fsinu W J
Ju(dmp latti Nde the law Is aumeoe
feJwitiesal an three grosada. Oui
being tbat It Is a speciama m esesa
ss4bjOm4 1LIP044 provldod t&W by asme*
oral ;aw The te" will be takes to
tesupr~me court Immediately.

GU1s ed to Death
11435.VAs Jan I A d4
po v-h fMebsMoyd07 V1. taIMI' J&awe
W Wp~ro-". of sees I newst Gbrove.
r, osd r~-riv. was, Mat throsaga tk
boar- 91-h knlfo &aM ILled Meter
481 -g~ Maomas. too *we&&mo
A : SrWAAW Or f~d
we-'. 't' o boe tber got laeta
Too ~ tbcs tIe W5S arste4 BKks.
son as oan 110t'e g-v..cndd068 (Rbse
P& '. 04 L 04 ?11 sa0011! 6 Y 0aSid 0
tMeJ. 0 3.0mtOp'rIt *be0 fsaI bleW "
gd 'be V1. s*0s "as. dt mp,6neaio

*e P, @-- .4 V4 *If~

'a *t-.- -i #sd4 %ereof bw.
als. ed so I -54' Wa to

pow 04 tsee. h*-0 ws of this dv by
"111441 !*~ *dlwtC "be.M (%4A
404 t'5 if. -AWS4 T%* bus.

hm-r.21f tbe.'aous WgSwe of


Wife Has Prmised to Forgive
and to Forget


ugltive* Jers Cooke and

Floretta I

Whaley Have seen Located in
Home at San Francisco ,CaI.-Will
Marry Girl.
San Pran Rev. Jere Kuo', t' Oke, A'il diAitp-
perel from his residence '.':" h'so
Idestiflcation bhanite knoun t, .>,taer
with hbl young tco)ia'ilon, I';, 'tta
%haley,. and the-lr baby was lhxattd
here aIalli n MoiNetla light. It 1- .4iy.
tag at the homc iof a frltnd, .,r'ief he
and his company on are nionfi ably
altuat aight Cooke said he wouhl u.' 1t 4 ea0t
e soon as he (can get enoimuh money
togeetor to tra ul and as ma as inat
ter ran bhe ari:rgixod he I' malrry
Miss Whaley
S. . - .. I .-. .. .

F46,14. Asrrw's as Par sies",,
PeaB su .jam I .-If
bwe twmillsa. WbieS,% proeAw a*
boukosto flow to 'ka puet& &lov~ed
bare Twoofy -7%* "et t"
41 *we bomssmber 2% 4ane sww
0'. der$ b"M boop titet' 94606
aae #& to arellwwA a.'., 'he sehbtawy
of q*rdef sts* opyee Tb Its*&.
Ponl &.:Gwese a Srt1,4 %a~m eedb

Cova Teew tThrow.. Pse loom
ok Puaoeewg ;6 .8 .

We r Red mn~d



Two Well-Known Young People United
In Matrimonial Bonds.

I i ferm nt Ii.'in cIi I14-4 f rom Iilt h
A rI Iig%4 tgito tho ITI-vtthat l01oy W.
lill-1111 il of 1111i-4 (III mill Ii M am liatt I4,
Iiodg'zesof tligh Iprimui'e a em uni itti
fit the holy bontids f mzitriniomiy Woeti
mii..oy :mcrmidimm p He%. (le KE'hompiouui
pvt-'rfinit tiigthe '','ici
iloth are %a elikniowfit 110wI llaelt) tho 'I
g rm~)m ituciving ticirtiandreared here'
fitIs'1 a ) oitgimm u oaof Mile 'character.
1111(l ham 1)410 friet%4114
The birieie iM ii II) % Cliknown herv..
lini tug res'd4ilt'fithihIttiiemIlloi for
so441)44'thin' 14O'forv '111minglfiit l igh
springsi, a hero bu.r father 110W
hcildi4ac nrv444ionill1q4' lI'itit41mi4with tii.
Atlantic ('toapt Lim, 4114 14 t iL yoUiII
liki41% *0 'IIlkiikdmuiti i"'tiiar.amid heir
frle'ndam are glad to kniia% that who will
againlmit, ilicuig t01-11

Wode(Ii42ditI) tim li II1g 4IIiiiMI4. and
*11ll ma ke this their fut um'.'homse
The em imgrattilst bus of This Him.
a Ith h~li.'r frIends. Iiic'etenciec



Represented a Day's Earnings *I

Rochester Railway.


Robbers Placed Booty In Tonneau ef
an Automobile in Waiting-Thought
Thieves Were Imploysee of aill-
way Company.
Rocheet'r. N. T., Jan. I- Two
on Tutesda) stule a ct-ht rotaInliit
13i.09 frm n a street car atatdlnig In
tront of the mn.iin btr'et e4tat car barar
Tuesday and got safely away with
It In an auitontmoilo.
The stolen money repre~ens tfne
eerullnls of the 4txwhoater railway
company Monday on what Il known
aa the ICatearte divlion. It was Urans.
ferried according to custom. from t.me
reioral street harne to the State
street office to be counted. The oar
was In charge of Motormani W. titover
anti (Conidc'lor I,. H ('lark. They
stopped the car at the Solief Ilay sta-
tlion at Knst Main street and went II-
As I;!oer en red Ihte door li" saw
ani atonIlIIotl drilvoe up hosldle tihe ear,
but paid no attention to it
The two men were In thi station
oily a aint a minute, ibut when they
reentered the car they founnl that the
oweet afich retained the Ione7y wae
gone frEom the platlrm.,
An old mae wbobooerlrod the ear
saw two men olake the chmst aid place
It In the tonneats of the waltling ans
tounobile lie supposed they were
from the company and paid *o at.
teomtlo to It at the lime.


Georgia State ahibit free Jameloewn
In state Capital.
Atlanta, Jan I -.ivoe freight eare,
mntalnltn the Jet*ee(uwn Kapumitlon, arrived In the
rcly Mond a, crnsillgmd it C(mtite-
shneer lHudson
It will )ne halted t)o the rapitol t is
week, turned over to i1at*e <1iomls et
W. S. Ysatms, the urator. who i1ll
arranged it Into an exhihbt on the
third. himrn of the eapltul ball44ig.
This mnalsment Is the largest mre
1ilpped out of or reeelved beek by
the-*tate ofllowlag the close of a
It Io with tie exhibit that Ueoral*
we the *od4 m tol b' for t w the a-
teiltural display gaO01ted u4 f he
spervieom of Comgalletor Kltedos
**4 AMsiatas Comfmlselset Whrtht.
4 also tae elletllOe elf uars
s ad ml el made ade the O ri*
UPs of O0 0t1stl e".ol
WhVb placed tl poilllts I the e
It this ieshbit will eweer all of the
Si fleer of the beldig ae wN
brme se of te Imt mturstw aat*
es eof the stable hbe
Ily d Moa "oedy It will be arranged
84 ra4o for lt AOpe.oI
0-- a R-
*m%** AR**V* OV*
New Tert, Jea I -4ma amW
wiJ (3 Astr aw. of tie atheadat
iesl eut.&ii, :1s at the pel of
4eka'0 I % is 1 i -o1-*>)a. Mifer
day ei1t hbi phratels m aid be -%d
e*ly a fe obere to h e Wbtle on
a Orto toI Phe ffte eeol o e Qteb
4to 6sted a m> seai, to olp
dwo g *00"rep w asoere o141
smessira bib eof lbt e ltet t 1

bgre Killed Thees

I~lsse.a save,to.aIt a# Sm of
SM fled We off*. sad two b
no, mit~evy i lied athe mass
no" ut vIa ebsipsa"4 *we Mw
so a teeadhe r eeus aw msdtttgo
plaMstelse. 1hushing two as he 468"
aimlie ws acs'erte".0

Fleshb. no*efor OVA-toof I",* ':1.1ak
"ag le6femat. to4 j i a an tl zicl!'0
OhW" thatan v''4 wk A's a.tMe

bwe., VA 0 0a.1 too b r !is
on. e4. e *..* aS (S
9"1014 Baa.' tolilk'.61Iesl

-0 1 Alvp -0160e lowrft"
&&sip 14. 4, o'oof rg. ta i ,It % o
COS 1 *4 of, t ewwSl ,lt4 ai.le fhb
'ii~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ietl 04- ~, ~.I-,sn6iiu. at 9~40*0K
514ue~. . ~ ~ I asi ee. sas'ere.ow*, 'So# ebp as

hMOM 0 W40444 asl tjued ls

It e eIs e t,(' l.(1 ti. e gth K nI n, t'hi r l .. .
of the young lahd% will ornd hkfr the Prof. P. H. Rolfe apects to Leave
funds neces.a') t return e:t. Today for Madison County.

Cooke Interviewed. I'of I ,I I{olf m*koiopctI to ulake,
Plan ratn.l .,, (al, lau i Th,, t hi dl''epartur., tI.|im fior Madison coun.
Call publll.h.&s an Incerview ilti thLt.e t'. where' t. w i lll attend three farl.u
Ifiv Jere Kitmol' <'4oke. fo. '.n-il p; :l ,r,' Ins tlitilte tou I*' hol'ld IFriday.
tor of St Ieorlgea entlroh at Iltite p On ( ltlFrl mIto rnitiin a Ini'ttI(tIg will
atei I.. I w ,4. it s clai rl i.d. i blo wife smile ettlt months ago, elop- the. nitiu,. daiy time. feurn1mr of Ith'
Intr v"h a 1" vearoid hires, n. uymeit (;r',Mill, ,',,,th11mii 1 ,11u 0 tICoghi r ,
Ploretta Whatey. T'e plir have been .lli on 4Atirdma) a hIlug nllity) I i g111111
located, it is 1 sated, at a flat at 1190 tll I.t. h.lI atl Mlt dillmsmn, th', this-
C'reen astre t, In this rity, while a ,.,usI, of Md..iemon at large &ill lt,
aearrh hat been going on for thoei all rlpru'w-ttle-l,
over t** -coiiptry. I 'l'h,-*- institlulte arve bIlecomainu li tltmte
A chld 1Isti been horn to th#m dur. o #. ,tr.l ha'n h 'i.-o|
.- ..- -c_ --.-- 1 A~ It~timstlr, pw wtral having tbeen toit*I

l14 the Interval, the rn tr wn king
SAl ehih thlit e part f*,w Inni-lhe hI t Wo l
as a palntlor and d.,i--ror. and wttl I-" r 'l, Thme*i. r mtAll Itsitt e, which
not eowriilmit IIs that l ine. d tniu>g the
har4r,( kind of manual labor fo'r the '1 t' held in iie'tile ii Ieiru
support of his faraill, hi. omipaninn art nr a Il I,'. a e-ne*ral roteld *li| f.or
an I, tl,. hi l: e lI nI I It is aid. l l I ,. 'illr a ol hhi nni tsicha'l a Mnor ear)
quleth In Ili Ans ,.'.*e ',.forte clin of A',rn 1. iiArt Wil.roe1on il lt i l oitheir lirolins
her- af' r he left iitbe' eal lie-'.t t pi.eake'r aill Ie here' il-oli (hatl
His Loveless Marriage.. IK'alt ahn,. Ihl 111i 11tit11t will no 1e iliu1t
Co,t.! tolId of 'a rimar rlsae and of I-o All attemlir'L
him sinhappineas after fh at lnme Ii, -
deilared that his altf adfmllttld I; Island Orove Tepig.
him that she I ad .a rrled him foir Ih14d (Ira'. e, Jaiamry I Af.r a
oo t'her reason thti trat It would fI I a
prove a conventent stepplg stone for to la ill0't C'htlvlpe tals the farmers ath
Per stiial aIbitlon lie a d that lhl Islmd rl's. 1at' remusured their
It would be "cad.4sh to dilate on tay iortk The *"'thbr during the hull.
marriage troubles" days was warm anid all the rope have
The oloty 411t'llt'sta o establishd take ul ne uw growth There is a
so far of IlerMid Belin as the Rev ruusilderable aimmutl of letllire bsigI
Jere Kane ooke was this **a ad- 'hill'id from here now

%&rd te be gives three day.' graea', 'ver The tot al -auw t of anawus
'a a#&"% rmaceat blow.f a"d b" 1aJ33 hipiw4 here this se~ma Isso mnowthing
AtflfdedWith Heart P5Ihw*e wax, of a w guuud gAdecthe mhi~piere
C"60kesold be woo affleictd wither eovn xyrtus
heart fall1r,,. ad see .niUlm nwas eevn mc ...n
an the verge Of cceospee do""Tin he T Z ('cams. who is now located at
interview. Up"pos mieas ta OWth ('lrwaler. was up Chrtatasas week
Ort would -W be apprieaofdo. thefit to miend a low days with his mother,
lthattheir Immwly b ad ban diMV-Mrs IIt7'T('anso
Seed. ("@.haosomaposled the repoter IMr cad Mrs 1li.s 118mmonsof
Ita, a osoe 5W Off fli5Ca be abateed Spurnncome up tospeed tho holidays
ft thee el doewsUM a %*balI~ed Iinwith Mr. Said Mrs.. ilher.
th e so leeer e r "Cnk* aas ifte oupis The sAwk visited Alfred Jead~esse
Mres is VMies. 3w%" l,'is to &a hrn. reently and left ashe baby
adpaltaeg apsretmost. '1std that eke 0
mu (leeks bad his ess8"Veal. of Mr ('h"h Vlaher. 0 eludest in The
"ad Mew makes. sa.be knew them. Vuive'tulti of (Ishaylme.eiieade a NY
ease their flat eawly Nvasy idto 9losht to tris,%d. hIwo Suet week
so utalbsogOin Themwas bad --
SIe p~ hep ef apes"es g -I Laec4,*de Red*" sPetal
94"'104 her 116" @MOeW y' movaBd am KOO..11 1111 a -1 I-'1 0-00, 00 Of
10"Mad ta Ptaeei Nfrom Soa "M "4lihe ."f Ovoe~*d'g t#e, a. aj,
roft A" Odwsto 6*,-Ot* no "*PLO htlax Iftoa 1i '0 hIVor,
We eft in go;, @Oh d La' .aia4s. 4~ -1,a1a,





- .' .

OL. XX NO. 4

-,- -uneti

Published Twice a Week-WMonday and Thursday





Ib Stat that W amm Left Her
loe Christmas MwWrg.


Italian Little Ones Not Allowed In
State of MiMsellppl.
Wasbinltoa. Jan. 1.-Among
other matters of complaint lodged
with the state department by the Ital-
ian embaNey here some time ago was
the case of some Italian children who
hallA bhn AAleA eantranM Into the

I HAD MONEY AND DIAMONDS oe aof Miseis.spa., The department
I transmitted this complaint to Gover.
In Writing Desk Are Pound Many Let. $ nor Vardaman with a courteous re.
quest for an invottlgatlon and report
teor-Will Made by Mrs. Young I the fact,. The governor's reply
I AlM ioovered Among the a ma nta to a 4dlnatUoon to admit the
ehildrea a they are undesirable knml-
Papers. iral tsad as such may property be
New York, Jan. 1.-4ome light zeluded by state officials.
Wee thrown Tueeday on the mystery ffidvite collected by state agents
aWmrunding the death of the womv n and acempanylg the governor's re
we nude body wa found "t ply are to the o effect that the children
tbrsnemay half hiddent In te 8W are of cleanly badts, free from disease
oSe otfa pond near Hario, N. J., ad have been ppliso In the public
S0m Mrs. Frank Hall, of this lty, etoolI 1n New Orleans. It also Ta
Ve41st to the Newavk m doryi and d44 OUt in the 011davita that these
elrsd positively that the head of st children were born In New Orleans,
qmm wasMrs.Agn aeso Tea, og.wh are coasequently Amterican born cit.
aoines, a&d therefore are free to travel
ruaerly lived with her and later with, a"terie wil thin the limits of t
a Mrs. King, in Brooklyn. The po t weei thin the limits of te
believe that the IdenUflosatiom t0 U I te States.
t h tmsltas department, however, has
i e Jrs lyill M w th t t l t ema in this matter In view
r2of d the-Uitates the* eerelee of

~-----* --V*------------~.--- --
1*e parted with her ocmp o
eMe understood, was going J New-
ark to join a houseboat pUrty.
%,hen Mrs Hull learned of the mar-
ter through the newspapers aad saw
that the descrlptlion of the ea4 wo-
man seemed to fit her friend she in.
formed th1e police that she believed
that the murdered woman was 1re.
TYoqu, who had been employed at one
time as a stenographer and typewriter
1a a west dde hotel. Ohe said that
Mra. Young was the wife of an en-
lueeer, but that she had not lived
.wlth her husband for several years.
Mrs. Hull said that when they jeft
iMr. King's home on Chrismas morn-
tag, Mrs. Young bad $:0to in her pure
and wore a diamond ring. On their
Arrival at Jersey City they were met
by a man w~'nm she named with whom
fbey had lunched. Wben the Juncheon
party bro;t up .Mrs. Hull returned
10 thbs city

New Yorl,. Tan.. I.-On informal
on given vb Mrs Hull. the New
York polle LIa -.eu ;'.en aed to *IJ4
the New Jerepy police In the, case ot
te young wonian. said to be Mrs.
made by Mrs. Young. was aleo found
to a pond at IHarrison on December
36. On Tminlay dt~elleuvm wet
to the home of Mrs. Hull asad sells*
& dmek which she said was given to
ker by Mrs. Young TMas desk is sal
to contain many letters reeelved by
MM. Young from admirers IMters
smn Mrs. Hull to Mrs. YoMg reM
ibrrng to the atttose paid Mrs.
ioung by a certain man. sad a will
a*e by Mrs YToag, was alo 1head
Smesg the papers Is the 6k.

sHreed Cmlem RubsM the *a n
Cet1M 1 Mhel Pel.
Mkalta. JaB. 1 -71 01 g1110111.
sy lee as order dedale eto
Jamy6.111 a0 1&PMrul
I. wiek allows eomdor O eoN.:
At am sdi10a8 I est Per 0o OtO
Paid sM other t uraa wb o ueo te

a a learFbh tateme- t the emuai
asftle attsv ar to the fact tam
reft are FaqulrM4 to hb odew
ope M tr rbe sale of U tsa:'
it t a t teig 1 aT" ce htr
to fg ere ant aeA make
ad 1 theme A adnh few
ndalles to chaage the rte at
WeSt time. 9
ore. all wh fall to areehm
es it* ,eu ed rate pleaia
sied Uader the ?Tneall ad
iam. wIU have to py the 6
at we* cet a age ekes pa"y
a othe t ras

***--eMa N*Feu Tn(t.
y ry. I Jass 1-.4
brr4!st *o *eOt the tSerw C9U
**o*ae ar w eacO are ee tri
"te a- H hert W" mN m ft
o kaeapti ts 0t mhr1 t 4e 1
SIs "p eWas ft ee
be paod -s.ees 0a not h htab
Waene se e* es


Wife Has PrnimI to Forgive
aid te Forget


uVgitivee Jere Cooke and Floretta
Whaley Have Seen Located In
Home at San Francisco ,Cal.-WIll
Mary Girl.
San F1rancisco, Cal., Jan. 1--The
Rev. Jere Kuode Cooke. who disap-
pearse from his residence then h1a
6amtiflcation became known t, ogthier
with his young companion. FIlordtLa
Whaley, and their baby was located
bore again Monday night. lie is Ota)r
la at the home of a friend. 'Ahere he
and his companoun are comnfortably
situated. In an Interview Monday
aight Cooke said he would rt turn east
ae soon a he can get enough money
tegetier to travel and as m oon as mat.
ters caa be arranged he 111 marry
Mttt Whaley.
t Ie xpocti that the granmltrothpr


Two Well-Known Young People United
In Matrimonial Bonds.
Information cocstt fromli lHligh
spring to thoe effect tllt LeRoy W.
linhunm of this ity and Miss llattle
Hodges of 111gh Springs were united
In the holy bond-s of matrimony Wed-
neday morning, Rev. (. H. Thomlpsmoi
performing the ceremony.
Itoth are well known In this city. the I
groom being born and reared here.
lie ai a youngK inat of fine character,
and has niasy friend.
The bride is alto well known here,
having resided in talneaoville for
omne time before moving to Hil|h
Spring, where her father now
holds a responsible position with the
Atlantic Coast Line. She ls a youun
lady well liked and popular, and her'
friends are glad to know that she will
again be among them..
Mr. and Mrs. 1enhamu arrived
Wednesday from High Hprings, and
will make this their future home,
The congratulltlons of The Sun,
with other friends,. Is extended.


federal authority and the only re. of the young lady will send her the Prof. P. H. Rolfes Expects to Leave
course for the parents or guardians of tands neesfaary to return east. Today for Madison County.
the chlldreo is to apply to the local --
courts ______ Cooke Interviewed. Prof. P. ,11. Rolfn expects to makeo
KNTERt HIGHER LEAGUE. Ban Pranrci., Cal., Jau. 1 --The his departure today fur Madison coun.
ENTBERS LAUl. C4 publish. an Interview with the ty'. where he will attend three farm-
Alabama Town Pays 2.500 for Her '43. Jere Knote Cooke. formerly pnit. era' Institutes. to tbe held riday.
Release. tor of St. eorgl e curohb at liomp- On Friday morning a meeting will
SMobile, Ala, Jan. l.-Owners of Id, 1 .. 1.. wh1o, It is i latlmed. left Ibt'hli tl iA'l'-; In the afternoon of
the local Cottoa states league fran- bis wife sonl@ eltht months ago, elop- the sallle day thi farnwra of th
ohle Tuesday afternoon forwarded to Inm lth a 17 year-old hir ,n, named ilr-e.nvill' mention will come to-other;
President compton, of the Cotton Ploretta Whaley. The pllr have been and on o4eiurday a big county meeting
teie Lea New York eChangle located, t Is stated, at a flat at 1199 will be held at Madison. when the
for $2.500 with which to purchase her Ore etret In ths Pity, while a ounty of Madlon at large will bi,
release from leleague. search has been going on for them all repri.,eenteil,
Compton hae also been notified by over the couptry. Th(-, hln tltutes are booming quite
wire that Mobile has accepted the A child aa been boren to them dur. Tiwuaris. several having bemn hqId
league's terms for her release. Mo. the interval, the rector working within the al fw months Its West
bile's option with the cotton states as a painter and decorator., sad when Plori4 The central institute, which
lAegue expires on January 1. This not occupied I that lin, doing thele
step on the Mobile3 entrance Into hardest kind of manual labor for the ll held in Oaieevlle in ebru
the Southern is now no loretr a ma. support of his ftally, his companion'ary, will IM I ,ra roundup for
ter of conjecture but a settled fact. and the chld. IIf 9ad. It is aid. lived t1. ,at-r, and inasmuch as Seoreoary
This removes all obtacles to Meo. quetlh In lAs Angles before coming of Axirculture WIlson and other prone.
bilos taking over the Breveport hmer after he left the east. Inent sp|skeru will be here upon that
franchise and this deal will be finally His Loveless Marriage, I oraioll, this institute will no doubt
closed up within the next week. oke told. of lile marriage and of INM well attended,.
his ta nhapplnee after that time He ------ --.
Ie a that *e had married him for

Creatiao of Soard of Education D. o other res than O at It would veryI let Chroe Jntmury Ithe Aftr r a
artis Unenstitutional. prove a convenient ateppllg stone for :rl an (it ('hrlu.Ua the fanners at
Hanltvlhle. Ga., Jan. i.-The act her social ambition. He added that Islald (rove have remaned their
of the legis atreresatlng the Spraginsa t would be "caddish to dilate on my work. The 4etber during the bolt.
board f eduestlkm for the city of marrieso troubles days was warm and all the erope hav9
Huntaville was held to be uneone The only 6"tifirati established taken on new growth. There Is a
t tkosal by Judge Tancrod Betta in so far of mlM dalin as the Rev. :roisidiwerable amount of lettuce ing
the law and equity ouort. Tae do Jere Kando Cooke wa* iso **e ad- shipped from here now.
clels was rendered On the maurt's aatlon. Baleas, or ('coke. pleaded The orange peekig season isa bout
verrital demurrers to te alleatio6 hard to be given three dae gSacew over The total amount of oragen
*ot the quo warrte to prooeediag sed to agls c eel lso"i f Sad his pm s d here s s i something
agat the boar y Ptr W. J.. copea i ad their shy. like 1, or 6. bexg. The fruit
Himpbees. eAfflhitd Ah W W ean llodre wi 0 of g.d S4e a d the abippers
J Botts bolde the taw io s.M. I COWOare rees ving fa rme urns. W
sttlsseal as tewes gro~md. One bh stlte. sod several tie was
beob ta t IU seell Me e am e the wre of o 9eone fdrtse te T 5. Came. who Is new n hosted at
maJlet lM ady poavided hr by a e. mstervew. Up pen*mlo thit ~0 Clearwat, was up Chtolaaes w"eh
ml law. ho sio 1uill be take to ri1 would et be apprisedN d ae m to wsend a tow m days with his mother,
ofe that theirowt coon. ag r 4"y hMad been v rm Mrs. B. T. Caseo
V". COMO emp d teme IMr. end airs. UMeL M aIlmmns Of
.....,*-s..**J I .- -- ...... -,..w * n fMf -**,, ,d gn**.

W lUe m, of sw Lausst GrLen, 10Ithebbbw was ofmt pe.b The st gvsted mre doees
ro or eemtuy. 1as s" ow th h Mrs Me les., who n s m b r aim lfo Wt
Kea with a l s ad .ed ls -. *ge. W kk a e s e M
day ult eues. teoe sUe amer ^ dl 'e dioMr.3 (ilI0 *Vu. a iadet ia Ih
Aliride a mother i 4ad Mr Sale mas eO haow tem, Italeu wey of lasettA mode a y.
..re 4diultig m thy- we O N late lther flo arly T "U a" We-" I N to" d kf b i webk.
me. W~ the uemn"sepm a ers om.' IMmo 1 a o" d .
MIe wa s the eend da. Oged as drl 6esWe GeAm od ft i La edtee edes"e e. t.
par an oen#iay mg" W oair g h b - a"VMy 1W at d Nee Veoar. Jan. L-Iasiee of
who w ,e s k t e tlaw V 1. K" mo m iIt sWa ba I ea"a"4 t ego st tle ta, fe atr. G I
oId Ae A 4drse ba Ihrae dlipi d. 1 10. so se the m totInvauir a ria~'-e elof rest, aS I
--'------- Mii to leadt of tw sport

Sow P&V is o has
akwemp the. kb. tgdudhbOn hIt.-o
flew" of II T. I. btebsng to 60
eta" brfs Wy. SM NOaf
uueedb"etheso"" a# oOft b y'
Clawtd Sgaes%*istw*W moSeaft Cl
4.. CUhe #WoSw* d The 10w

rams a swateTle a @e ina1om
wouid sot par:wIts"0a"le ap

NOW o- beoso"y UL.
To cuef. Jesary I -I
0"Mods 4Wo Tueeom.Ca


Represented a Day's Earalpgs l
Rochester Railway.


Robbers Placed Booty In Tonneau of
an Automobile in WaIting-Thought
Thieves Were Employes* of rall-
way Company.
Rochester. N. T., Jan. I.-Two
maen Tuesday stole a chest containing
$3,869 from a street car standing to
front of the main street east oar bars
Tuesday and got safety away with
It Ln an automobile.
The stolen money represents the
earnings of the Rochster railway
company Monday on what is knows
as the 10autr division. It was tran-s
ferred amcording to custom, from tie
federal street barns to the State
street office to be counted. The oar
was in charge of Motorman W. Olover
and Condiictor I,. R. ('lark. They
stoppEd the car at the Ikkolis fay ea.-
tion at uast Main street and Wot.l a-
As Clover eeiriled the door he saw
an automobile drive up bomide the oar,
but puid no attention to it.
The two men were In the station
only about a minute, tut when they
reentered the ear they found that the
hest weieh eontahtie the money wee
gone from the plathtm.
An old man wMo boarded the ear
saw two men take the chest and place
K in the tonneau of the walUoi sau.
tomnobile. lie iipposoed they were
from the company and paid o a t-
toson to It at the time.
-w .. ....


Oeergsa tate ashibit frem Jamesdw,
In State Capial.
Atlanta, Jan. I.---ive freight ear,
containing the (loorgna exhibit at the
Jamestown xposlkion, arrived In the
city Monday, consigned to Comule
dioner Hudson.
It w*il be hauled to the Cepitol this
week, turned over to State (0)eo1gat
W. a. Yestes, the curator. who a*ll
arranged It lnto an exhibit e the
their, floor of the capitol botldag.
This onsteamesma the largest er
sbipped out of or reeesolved bek by
the'state eoUowlsa the ee0.6 of an
It le with tMe exhibit 1hat Oetorgi
we tMhe gld meWJ both eW the Ag
flmultural display o0te.eide"r Be
Spervlsk a of dC ildami Iuden
a4" Amistant omalie WColn
A" alho las -oemIe of am""
id ads*mlemiae ader thel i
tde" of OeN T wleo.
Whes plaMed Ma pIsdi tIs s p
at this esMbit will ever all o f e
lfd fner of ib oafUag 4 oUm vI
i em N of me st attemetv tat
wee of lhe state b
"ad feed h S Ohupeetien.
,4 m et ae1 wal W* arsag

NOw ***TolJ I-=
mwd 0. Amrews. of us MthoIst
ISOe& Mabureb, 14 a the pleS a of
4Mth to bin Wbn:e ;! DB.rop8. N M
lay sight hi phroldam i" be ae4d
Sly ah etwm ,Mw th, Wbleo.n
S"i ethe PM eftotm eoeet t etob
I a tt8 4" Od a S eo e S "b ep
wow- 6rnbisto d sevre eIg o
be"l .euowat **f *e syom
MM- A -^^y fAe^**^ ^

-- -OWN boas" 8090seo low pedern es as"WO Ulled Thee..
PtqAffeveg@Pews Pd. o.f 5 1 1 toSIs* per Sef, g. Abboft. Uha.. lA& 1 -4NMW
PB at" Pes.. lAm I -4 f ,hua. pVe of b*0leeddat 00 Soa# el, UNNP SI S-e6MWO 1'a0@'StJ811"
b~sPano Mbow heaf.t"616w0 tesd e o 4ts ow ewiast as ioe.,.. *4 W kfd bh it* NotwoSdWe
WoUJNlf PAN ke00the Pb 0UW 0640"t~IsAft lMOweihemof* e I dle 'malso 7I lied 00 Q
here T"""Yb w r """WO PW fqefteottsem. (M thieso& 0 wfta s'memsMWidt 4M
'W AN" ft"o is *A r o w, we m0 ae"sol 1 oe te *a am smaw ptemedt idim so
ago 40"16"" ledtho? "W" sa5od MO ,,u.,.*fw ip $mp~saemo" kbulb. ton as he ONO
uwe. fte o Sofd i te wy ~, *** ~ Sm i asae~
tw S datopre Tetin. pwe" edmmhSpyeu- -- -
per Aet&e eitwed hoban 5p. .... M*V.d 'Sdsk MHOW a

COW To" f5 %ftO*M**, I, ., Jan.n by e t. by "
IN P6 a 4 se,10aAM

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"LUE 81e JANVAItY 2. 19-49


ama 5 rn aaamIrArn

ALLUU MuRucnun


Jim Baree, Chared With ardr
of Negro Woman Ner Tiofa.


Near Baldwin, But Clever Work of
Officers Brought Fruit-Luls Wash-
Ington Said to Have Boon Murdered
In Cold Blood, Murder Escaping.
From Tuesday's Dally. Bun:
Jim Burree, a negro who is alleged
to have murdered Lula Washington,
a negro woman, near one of the camps
of the Cummer Lumber Company at
1ogsa, about ten miles west of this
eM", on Sunday, November 17, has
been captured in Duval county, near
haldwin-at least, a man who is sup.
posed to be the man wanted.
The Sun contained mention of the
murder a couple of days after It occur-
Soer, belng the Tuesday morning follow-
Meg. It appeared that Baree, after an
Sargment with the woman, left the
seame, but returned shortly with a gun,
contents of which he proceeded to
pump Into the helpless woman.
The affair created a great deal of
Soiftement In the vicinity at the
Jae. Burree succeeded la making his
easape, but la seh baste as to leave
Me soeae barefooted and without a
Sat. Deputy Sheriff Uvbagston of
Newberry was Immediately notified
sid gave chase, but with no effect.
Nothing further was heard of the
segro until his arrest In Duval county.
a.d the following accouneat, which ap-
eared to The Timeo-Uplon of Sunday.
will prove of Interest tn that conneo
Meo. While as arrr appear to this
wticle as to the date and the place of
ie shootlag. the matter Is explained
to the introduetion:
S"Bertif Bowf d and Deputy Shertff
F rak Jones arrived In the city last
aht from Baldwin, having ton custody
Jm Brree, a oegro, who is charged
vtth murdering a negro woman at
ewberry, Alachus county, on Novem-
er ".
"Several days ago Sheriff Bowden
aolved latormatlou to the effect that
eo aegro wasa to Duval county, and be
Stmediately started woftlng on the
ea~ Yeaterday morning he cured
a se which led him to believe that
ot e negro was to hiding near bald.
S"Tbhe aterit accompanied by Deputy
Sheriff Frank Jones. left for Baldwin
SAt oon yesterday, and started out in
search of the negro. After they got
S the M train at Baldwin they secured
a buogy and drove south. confing
'The che which the sheriff and his
i lent deputy had put together
proved to be a stood one. and after
Seurting the ooda fowr averal hours
iSbey located their man. The nero
was completely surprised when the
*eers approached him. as he was
Ssder the Impression that he had ase-
Seetfully managed to throw his pur-
soere of the track
lHe was handuffed and brought to
t city last night lie tonow tin a cll
to the tI%&al county alil. where he will
s maan until the authwoltte of Alachus
e unty come for him
"Iturrow Is uenargs t lth killing a
woman by the name of lala Washing
ten, It to alleged that he and the
wen a bad some wordt. on the night
tef November 3O. and lthout the
Seitghteet |provxetk he drew a re-
olver anid shot the woman killatl
Slher Instantly The shorUi did a ckver
ltee of work In the ae. and the tr
etMst of ti an tro will prove "ood news
Sto tbhe Alachua rsuty tuthrities
Swhbe were beantai to think the al-
n-ged murderer had made IMsd his re
Sheriff 1. W Poenell was itt lBed
of the arrest of the supposed murder
ad left Mondav for Jackaw'itle to
iake ehar'e of th' lartiew '

Judge Mftee's Ceect.
TIbre was a h ii case* ie t'u\ii
Judge ManMim "'4.t \ias. tvi'lhK
tat of J t' ibtemid u .j M tn.,en
Aeti, ta-rym oi tkr .s 'Je-t. *r,

I -

My Hair is

Extra Long

Feed your hair; nourish it;
give It something to live on.
Then It will stop falling, and
will grow ln|g and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vgor is the only
geoulne hair-food you can
buy. It gives new life to the
hair-bulbs. You save what
hair you have, and get more,
too. And it keeps the scalp
clesa and healthy.
Toh best Mait a tetlmoal-

"Sold toW ever slas years."

-ti. ers.

U .aUI ad 0 .* I M.

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eiieW.l. 1o ryVg u W1 v 1 inia-.yed temseveswa unu a ate U our, as
tetalmned Tuesday. It was understood some of the crowd
Froa Wedesday's Dally Sun: was going away on the midnight
The last of the Christmas entertain- train. There were various kinds of
meats among the churches for 1907 game. At eleven o'clock there were
were held Tuesday, the last day of the refreshments and cake served.
year, being the Christmas entertain-I oe ladies present were Misses
mente of Holy Trinity Eplaoopal and Mattle Jennings. Velma Jennings, Lu-
Preabytieran church Sabbath schools. la Pwry, Marcie Turner. Willie Jones,.
The frst entertainment was hold in L ,llle Morgan. Rosa Roberts. Bottle
Holy Trialty church at 4 o'clock n'McCCartey and Liva Jones; Messrs.
the afternoon, consisting of a carol Charlle Tradlick. John Thomas, Scott
service, a short but interesting and in. Roberta, Jim Zetrouer, Peter Perry.
structive address by the rector, Rev. louis Manning. Willie Riles. Mr.
Prancis H. CralhilL followed by the, Reynolds, Burt Zetrouer, John
tree, from which presents were delivy- Roberts, Frederick Morgan and Solo-
ered to all members of the Sabbath mom Morgan.
sebooL as well as the little people ofI J. A. Roberts and brother, W. T.
he congregatlo not members of the Roberta, returned yesterday from
school. This was well attended, and Ocala. where they spent the holidays
the little folks enjoyed themselves with their slater. Mrs. J. A. Chandler.
Immensely. I C. P. McIntyre. who was picked up
In the evening, at Seminary hall. the In the A. C. I.. yards at Galnesville
Presbyterians held forth, and this en-. unonscious yesterday morning, is
tertainment was also largely attended slowly Improving. The cause of this
and highly enjoyed by the little'accident is not known. as there are
folks. no brules pn him. Conductor Rich-
This entertainment consisted of a ardson has taken him to Rochelle,
beautiful cantata, "The Story of a where his wlfte is at present.
Star." whith was well rendered, at
the conclusion of which, true to his SOME FINE POTATOES.
promlIro of a day or two ago. Old I
Santa Claus appeared. much to the Prmoreasive Colored Man Raises Large
delight of the little ones and the pleas- Tubers In Heart of City.
ure of the older ones, and distributed Gainns'ifle and (;ain&ewille people
innumerable presents to the children. try to lead In ev.'r.thing they under-
take,. and generally succeed
SWhy The latest acuI :i to Gaine.s-
ihould your baby suffer! When he ville's po.ibilitie's 1 th.' sw t r potato;
Is fretful and restless. don't expert i farm of 1 K Wright a Protr..Slvi
ment on him and use any old thing clortei dman who rvies at !', N
your neighbor r commends. Buy a Orove r,.,r"t. 'rtuall' lin thu ihea..rt
bottle of Whit.'* ('ream \Vermifuge. t"I the city lie brought to "rh Sun
greatest known worm medicine andl m"Nc .M'Iday two s.'wt potazes.
cure for children's disewwe. It in mild weighing light and one half and -e, 'i,
in its action. builds up the asyteml. u lamnda, r.'i*ctlHel w lhich ho' liu
makes thin. puny babies fat. Mrs. J. 'fnlu hbi patch.
C. Smith. Tamps. Pla. writes: "My Th e'.e tuwbrs, unlike the- a\etr;t. ;Xi-
baby was thin and sickly. could not tat) of this dimension, aret firmnt .i,1
retain its food and cried all night ,the cr.,r states that he. ora,....'. a,
I Used one bottle of White Cream s ed them to the %Mid Winritr Ex;'.i
Vermitfuge and In a few days baby wan tii't at ) k -n ill.
laughing. happy and well" 8old by

A Quiet Wedding. CEperiment Station Growing Several
Prom Tueday's Dully Sun: Varietiee of Lettuce.
A quiet but happy wedding as. ti'rtu, Tu,.'da)'s I)ail> suI
Mtolenised at the Preshbyterian namse 'rW th. net few a >i.-w ti,, Ex;,.r;
Sunday afternot, at I o'rlwk the mn meant StatInA will I i,'r i.sr',l it, h I
traction parties betag A Joeph Tar. at the h.,rticulture grot.!'i,. : .t' t(h.'
lor of Ocala and Miss (ussle Iltevitll renhouw. a vari.t te-t |. ;. |
of tkls city Rev Tht PI Hay o.( ,here %illt tn mall Iltsi ( ',.
elattig. tari0tet, of littur- wh-ich ha,, -,, r,
The a' mt ftwetly rvelde4 in this up well hre nmie .' h' h .h .
city. but fwor Maw time ha livea d In eral rha'tr, '-- .' r t, 'r I\'
taa. where he isto quite promi stn t lkmton Thl- i.1t :- .-.. *,li
an5men the ounai people The he brtd. te ctal ti th. t r,. k.r. k ,- ..
to the charmtig daughter (o Mr and Mttrrt't. 1* ti -,
Mrs If I. I tevile. Arrv4Onad t batj -
has twen eaNertite with the stoV o STTyv ',.:. .('tt ,, T 's
The 0M W H lde (iOMata'. this city t la. ('oI ,
ts the cspalett of ai eehiadv h be as Frarik t' h %or t'.at
ia lgweral fatlrite here and frrd b'e tI '* r rn.r .' *r *
will ste her onui;sakehlp u e.r J Ch-w 1 (1 di>:t ,... *% '%
Srehctantl, rt ', 7 ',mt *,t c n a t t W % *r."
Mr anrd %m Ttrvr l\f. t imew .at"' .,st ? '4J frr. a": e t.* '.-
1i for t sal *hk-h prla< tet tll sure, HuinItrI t tir r-* 'r *a
mak !hl Ther t A4 '** t t'T hi f.-.

artem eut to the pietvullm..La jvi4~nse-rt e ''t .1 dgI's p.. hair C%- .1 -;T!
%as rwsderrd fLot th r 14ly-up )I4a'iefb lf ..A7 j .it

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Att~wa~v W. % laftilot' aTTIaa'Ni 'c'err4:11,th 'tin' a
for tie. jlsistm. qwhile* Atik~itelp t: C itl 01 ry*,,- aI .ccft'er t%- &..'e

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The Young People of That Town Have
Ej)yed a Pine Social XFma
Rochelle, Dec. 30.-Christmas has
passed off very quietly, and everybody
see-d to enjoy themselves, most es-
peclily the young people, as there
has been "something doing" most every
niolt. On Christmas night we had
a very nice little Xmas tree. The
program was barredd out very nicely,
sad was enjoyed by all present, and
the many handsome presents that
were carried away were unnumbered.
On the night of the 26th the young
ladles and gentlemen gathered at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Roberta,
and there they all Joined in and had
a most delightful dance, and at a late
hour the crowd retired to their res-
poetive homes, hanking Mr. and Mrs.
Roberta, assuring them that they had
sajoyed themselves, and hoped that
saae would occur again in the near
On the night of the 27th Inst.. there
was an entertainment given by Mr.
aad Mrs. Jeff Perry In honor of their
bright and charming little daughter,
Miss Lula. The crowd gathered
promptly at half-past seven, and en-

The Kind You Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
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6AMSV 1. ..FU
Has built one of the most up-to-date Ice plants in the
State of Florida, and has now open

A Lape Cld Storage Room for Curiq Meats

And is now prepared to handle Meats in large quanti-
ties for the FARMER at new plant located on the Sea-
board Rnilroad, foot of S. Arredondo St., just West of
Seaboard depot.

We are heavy receivers from your section, and

C.11i haindlul more to your advantage.
W\'' ge't the price and make returns daily.
.4-114t in your name and we will forward rubber
tamp1p :dnl keep you advised as to market conditions.
I- ki'rn-ti-Your local tanker.

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BEtabH is v-
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FoteI"a auI. PREPAID

900. J. (tWLAJD
P.re PTrnry1maats e. Rish atd
mellow. By the iaslwe 2.7L Fea
full l qm a j m0.

a etostatil riraoly wtaM a. Dw
2 ft ?XPREI Pre PAID

t 1r Ile i&T L *(V& %By cf *La 0Taxre Cal, M r

Foer fl r l wao R 'ta ell oe y the *Fal fl.l
Fosutail q{hsraad!wtl, ftp.

We h-a.d a l t*h da_ obrea,9e ftar.sd W MWBeewsb MWut o- w-'
mu a* nSIve"M fae t o 80 per imo" pew pan. bad hr

7 m.s.m. yswn.e o ,,9 . agi fp4,


The KIad TeO Have Ahways Bought, a wb has beea
In use tr over 80 ysao has -OEMI meu oft
Sand has be bM ne. ad'A tis pm.-
somalSUI a peaV1oSuduces #5mbawy.
AWlowN emA to deceive y in thi.
AU ComntrfeIlta, Iittlui ad Ja.e.good" re bt
Bzpe'imeato that trifle with and Odaer the health at
sa d and Ohldo-B'pcMtSa@ --A rliEt,

baMtiois s a harmless nbmtsUo fhr OMtou Oil, Pate
pric, Drope and Soethlng SyMpsM It Is Pammnt. It
oi beter Qphum, K pe nor other Nare oo
ams. g It e ts I guaSraitee. t dustrei Worms
sa aly FvrerlaeuMM. It eamre DIarrbm ad Wind
ole. It rleveM Teethlnag Tublem, -e OmUpaton
aMd Flataulmy. It ,amIamts tM Food. reglat" the
Stomach a amd Bowelso, giving healthy ad UAta lap.
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A'R Home Was Scene of Much
Gaiety aud Pleasu-re MX.day.


Which Disappointed the Managers,
But Good Music Was Furnished by
Miss Thomas on Piano-Ladies Well
Pleased With Result.
With splendor and excellent satisfac-
tiUn to all present, the first ball of the
season, the charity ball, which was
given for the benefit of the Library
Association, was held on Monday even-
lag at the elegant home of Gainesville
Lodge No. 990, 1. P. 0. E., and, not-
withstanding there was sowm little
disappointment on the part of the pro-
moterp on account of the failure of
the orchestra to arrive, the affair
passed off In a most enjoyable and de-
lightful manner. The services of an
orchestra from Jacksonville were se-
cured, but at the last hour disappoint-
lag them, hence othAr arrangements
had to be made. Miss Alice Thomas,
*e of Gainesville's accomplished
pianists, came to the rescue and
rendered fine music for the occasion.
Miss Thomas played perfectly, but
owing to the commodious dimensions of
the Elks' lodge-room, where the dance
was held, a piano Is rather weak for
such an ocqslon.
Twenty-seven couples participated
Is the gnmd march. which began at
9 o'clock, and which was led by Mr.
R. M. Tench and Miss Strickland of
Waldo, with Mr. Emory Brown and
Miss Jessie Iodiford as second lead-
ers. There were many beautiful and
graceful figures. after which the
young people "tripped the light fan.
tastic toe" for eighteen numbers, th~
dancing lasting until after midnight
In addition to the' dancers, there
were many spectators. The ladies
who did not dance enjoyed themselves
at bridge whist in the handsome par-
lers of the lorne,. while the gentlemen
isdulged in billiards.
Retfreshnents. consisting of sand-
wichesi and ce ffee, were served dur-
isic the' ev'eilng,. miud this department
was well In ltren)i ized, Inetting quite it
@Pa t suill
The fltor ('onimtit lt compri-red
Let (Grahami. It K. Thrower, It M.
Tench aid KEmory lrown, to whom
those, faif'llr.teng In the dance are
very ,ap1,ire'elati%, for their graceful at-
tintoioll n, .tll thet hRrmonliomU mnanite'r
sl whiclih e,'er.thing on the program
paseed Moff

Those' tIii h.trge of the arrangenientiU
of th.' ball iI,.n:niiteI 'e i t i.' ir patrons
that. In ivw oif the' ftct that they had
beet- ui. d tilli-, nteltd in -thei matter of
aecurinK .in .ir lhe'nttia. which they as
sured then .%A no fault of the man-
axmen't. ev ry person holding a ticket
would bet. gln a check entitling them
to the riles fthfloo"r free of
charge. at another ball. which It is
proposed teo give later, when an orrhes-
tra soull t N b'ecured
The ladl's are well pleased within
the financial oiterome of the ball. as
sufficient mnioney wasn reallted ton pay
of all Indebtedness of the library, ax
well as give the InstUtuUith a footing
for the, coming ya r.
The library is ome of Galaevinfe a
Important and moot badly needed In-
stitutlons as It tendsd to edscate the
you g to literary tbkiWg There are
sow several thousand volum e of higl
rials refined llterstare. wlchl are be
Sinncrea id steadily. a td the aoso-

Appetite for Crabs
Ecdh anmatmwi tpsde
SfIrth., cra aid lmo mis.
WeAsau ive sod he cab tims
raw. ke "thadn ad wAIw Ik
igaion and grows fat hk

The so frm the mrs Iv makMW

Scott's Emulsion
A naWl pwer to h &W tob
Prdiuce S b hb i@,y a a.
This power -ee n new an d new
ae fhr th osea gs weMr waMig

AMIDO blfs la .i-d 11"

The Week Just Closed Wa a Gay
One In That Lively City.
High Springs. Dec. 30.-Miss Annie
Barrs of Japksonville Is home for the
Thurston Futch, who is attending
school at Auburn. Ala., is visiting his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Putch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cowles are in
South Florida, at their grove near
Mrs. Ben Arnow and Mrs. Annie
Uynum of Gainesville spent Christmas
day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Cato.
On the night of December 18th
there was an amatuer performance of
the play, "For Love or Money," given
at the opera house under the auspices
of the New Century Club. A large
audience was present, and a handsome
sum realized. ,
On Thursday night the Ahodist
Sunday school save their annual
Christmas tree at the church. A
lovely program of music and recita-
tions was rendered, and the tree was
loaded with handsome presents. A
beautiful present was given the super-
Intendent, D. S. Fagan. In token of
the esteem In which he Is held by
teachers and puplilh.
On Wednesday night the RIebek Abh
Lodge had a Christmas tree at the
lodge-room for the members of that
orrler, and the Odd Fellows and their
f.Lmilles. It was attended by a large
crowd and was greatly enjoyed by all
pres unt.
One of the prettiest Christmas
trees ever seen in High Spring, was
the one at the Itaptidt church on
Thursday night for the benflt of the
Sunday school. The program was
beautifully rendered, and was much
enjoyed. During the evening the of-
ricers and teachers of the Sunday
school preinsited a handsoMne present
to the faithful and efMclent upelrin
tendent. J. L (hmqs.
Mrs. Is (1 Oratling of Atlanta. who
has recently returned from REurope.
visited her aon. 0. C. Oramll. lasto
week. while en rute to visit her
daughter. Mrs. Carlo. Rogers of
Mrs. A J Moore tentrtaied the
New Century Clab last week to her
aeual happy massUr. Durtig the af*
tersoomn lovely mouvenmlre of the am
mm were preested to eahe giet.
Amoag those premet wmre Mrs. la
Oramhng. Mrs H. C b.emve. Mrs.
Aaute Se**well. Mrs K K Aamdelr .
Mrs P P Wwod. Mru. M. P. ha-:
mm, Mrs 0 L Oils. Mrs. R Bla.k
shear. Mrs H MeL Ovm4y. Mrs. J.
H Rails and Misl Aale L1M Hodges.

elation f@elm that. Wlag In ia WAY a
ch~rttblinsituion itshohd ave I" Hoe or f Mr's. William C. OeIL
chrtabl Iu~nstiof *cm.eItwNs Owho hve' .Mr and Mrs. lessry C Veargsln
the tnte"rLI nt d Welfarea to hecity pc rtifed Wary don~ttulIasThor'
is geeral. and f thioti~ng peple 10 cIndaas kat uahinat the~ft prtty "w
partlslarat bert Ibow*. io tAkeemie Pon. hinboom4
Aawaree~tof he sto0( boMrs Wlilkm Compil Dul EWof CeAses.
rwms4mis ball .%IIIbe ,.M040 laer sad isI will' 'The astirs, oer o- of She
ta# maeeeaie the publhr I*ha aerad of('S'5hiK bitts
of a M4oe" 4*4 ticyde s Low. of baa el mab
-- --. veto k"tPe r C'iss blaw h

Too are requesd to 11100t inE4shmss bsaflaed ad.sa n
Ville M I UMID& Jai 4.IM, at PkIere within iball. Waukthe baud
1tes for tbo welfare of the ramp will tew galge. wKh &*8600W .'sa
wao,2W 9"k4 ithmrqusevos4 rod rum
be i,,rwv'id "I, corde" if
HOE &A7Ifl DAVIS Omvismader a arstr w
After )wbmm.Mr sgod urMrs ear
%f ( F~U thAdle0t IA g amin O tab& to Ivos e.for a defijom
4~5~pYflu' ~ ~ ~so"aM s iO.W 'iveS to t hem
Hu eA"4 v'd Pewelse
Tom '-a^ sAvow roen"Wis sad AL&e per Coem waey Yee
osetwec r6 f~* P-,Atmr S a raI ~UtW4 lts Um pos .,,.fo. u'
Pelepa4 H4tey *sd Tat 11 sOf. te U soa o" W 0awouwe & ft
"4 aderspr'1rnthe f.'&d fraft e______-
U& assobas 010 4"L smom"5 0110 so"
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The Christnms tree at th, liaptist
church Wednesday uight san quite
a success. The church wait decorated
very tastefully, and the trot, pre. etted
a bueatiful appearance.
Peyton I.. Fortson called the au-
dience together, and the follow ing pro-
gram was nicely rendered:
Song---"Joy to the World. the, oIrd
Has Come."
Scripture Heading.
Song-" Welcome Christtas.," Mrs.
Fortson and girls.
Paper--Hirth of Christ," MNi. Liv.
R1lctation Why Kitty W%'ahedl HIer
Face," Ieyton Fortson. Jr.
Recitation--"What Baby Wanted."
Jewel mlith.
Song -"Christ Was Once a Little
Child." Myrtle Collins.
It'cltion--The Styllsh Church,"
Robert Smith
Solo-"Unto Us a Child Is Horn,/
Mrs. Collins.
Recitation-'"Merry) Chrlstnma," leo
Quartette--"Song of the Atgels,"
air. and Mrs. P. 8. Portion. Mrs.
Sucker and Mr. Weeks
Recitation-"The Old Mant's tory,"
Miss Antha Groff.
Duet-"Holy Night,." Miss Smith and
Mr. Hamilton,
Reeltatloua-"The Cornlh Carol."
Mis Jlessle Marable
R'itat ion-"Anni h and Neille'V
I'nr)er." lela SIford
Duet-"The Lord Has Rise.," Mr.
P. Fortson and Mr". Tucker. ,
Recitation --"The ('hrist Child." Mrs.
Reeltation-"Satat ClaNS I1 Com.
lag," Robert Fox
Maita Claus Arrivhe-"P ale."
ChrtAtmas TrW
Itching. bleeding. p rornldig or blind
pose ield to Itaas' OlStmenat
(ueMrle came mooe rolled. oally
mew vmu n aU anall s io ,
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An Enjoyable Christas Tree. With
Pl Program-4Other Items.
Newlbrry. Dec. 30--Mrs Charlie
Freeman and two ohildrvi returned
iT'rhrsday frmnt a week's 'Nii to In
Vt rlnestS. I
Siuclus Johnson left Tit >,ia fo>
Hawthorn, lihere he will s -mln the
holidays, visiting with relate i'e and
Mis Kate Smnith of Alachu, I li, re,
the guest of Mrs. C. 5. .M11
Frank Taylor left ThurMl: fror a
few dayo' visit In Atlanta.
Born,. to Mr. and Mrs. 11'n %etiWthr.
Ington. December 25th, a fle tie oet
Mrs. Lounle StudsUil of t' 'le mn Is
here visiting relative
Mlus Ada Pierce visited Alacihua
Thursday, returning Friday.
Mrs. J. J. Dixon of Live Oak is the
guest of her sister,. Mrs. P rtin. this
w ek.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter and i daughter,
Lucile. of Galnesville. areP sp ieliitK
the week here. guests of their dtugh-
ter, Mrs. Code 1. Weeks.
Mrs. G(korge Pickett of 1.i\ t;Oak is
here visiting her mother, .Mr tGeorge
Smith. 1
NW. 0. Chapmanti left TuMelay for
G0brgla, where he will sp'Twn the holl-i



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Jim Bure, Chatru d With aMder
of Negro Woman Near Ti


Near Baldwin, But Clever Work of
Oflters Brought Fruit-Lula Wash.
Ington Said to Have Been Murdered
In Cold Bloed, Murder E aaping.
From Tuesday's Daily, hSn:
Jim Burree, a negro who Is alleged
to have murdered Lula Waahlngton,
a negro woman, near one of the camps
of the Cummer Lumber company ast
hIogs, about ton miles west of thls
eiy, on sunday, November 17, bas
been captured la Duval county, near
aldwin-st least, a man who Is sup.
posed to be the man wanted.
The Sun contained mention of the
murder a couple of days after It occur-
or, being the Tuesday morning follow.
ag. It appeared that Buroo, after an
argument with the woman, left the
seone, but returned shortly with a gun,
te contents of which he proceeded to
Dump Into the helpless woman.
The affair created a great deal of
6e2ltement In the vicinity at the
noe. Burroo sueeodod In making his
escape, but In suh haste as to leave
*o *scoo barefooted and without a
bat Deputy bherlff U laston of
Newberry was Immediately notified
and gave hase, but with no effect.
Nothing further was heard of the
egro until his arrest In Duval county,
and the following account, which ap.
feared in The Times-Upton of Sunday,
will prove of Interest a that cone.
Mos. While an error appers i this
rtlo as to the date and tbo place of
Weo shootlag. theo matter Is explained
Ia the Introdaetlon:
"Sherifl Borden and Deputy Shoriff
Frank Josme arrived to the city lut
WN from Baldwin. having to custody
Jim Barre, a negro, who to charged
with murdering a oegro woman at
kwberry, Alachua ousty, on Novema
"Several days ago beriff Bowden
oelvoed Iuformation to the effect that
ts Nmo was la Duval county, and he
mlediately started wolanl on the
em. YToterday morning he secured
a clue which led him to believe that
sI negro was to hiding neor Bald-
"The shlfr, accompanied by Deputy
SbWet rank Jones, loft for Baldwin
at oon yesterday, and started out in
search of the negro. After they got
off the train at Baldwin they secured,
a buggy and drove south, conflng
toward the city.
"The ecle which the sheriff and his
eolteut deputy had put together
proved to be a good one. and after
scouring the woods for several hours
they located their man. The negro
was completely surprised when the
eo.ers approached him. as he was
under the Impreealon that he had sue-
eesfully managed to throw his pur-
swore of the track.
"He was handcuffed and brought to
tIhe city last nlhbt ll ie now In a csl
in the Dural county jail. where be will
Iesmaln until the authorltlee of Alachua
county come for him.
"Barr.. is. cuargd with killing a
woman by the name of lain Waahln.
ten. It Is alleged that he and the
woman had ome words, o the nlght
of November 2. and without the
sltghtest provocation he drew a re-
volver and shot the woman. killies
h r etanatlay. The sherff did a clever
itees of work ta the cm., and the at
rest of tae negro will prove good news
to tbhe Alahua county uthorlttea.
vho were beginag to think the al.-
teged murderer had made good his ee

hberif 1. W P e4nell was notlefd
f the arrnet of the supposed murderer.
sad left Monday for Jckenmanlle to
take rharg. of his prtecr
Judge MaO'se Cort.
There was a cil vw la County
JUda MaSM'S .rUIt M( tili htlwX,

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'71 JfHMir is The Young People of That Town Have
M yEl eira IS eneod.fSne1 la0 XMM
J Rochelle, Dec. 30.--Christmas has
passed of very quietly, and everybody
Extra Lon~ seOemed to enjoy themselves, moat es-
E xtr L* 0 l pectly the young people, as there
-a has been "something doing" most every
Feed your hair; nourish it; nait. On Christmas night we had
ive it somehn to live very nice little Xmas tree. The
pro1r8m w1 W carried out very nicely,
Then it will stop falling, and and was enjoyed by all present, and
will grow Wng and heavy. the many handsome presents that
Ayer's Hair V *gor is the only were earned away were unnumbered.
genuine hair-food you can On the night of the 26th the young
buy. It gives new life to the ladles and gentlemen gathered at the
hair-bulbs. You save what borte of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Roberts,
haand there they all joined in and had
hair you have, and get more, a most delightful dance, and at a late
too. And it keeps the scalp hour the crowd retired to their res-
lesal and healthy. pective homes. Jhanking Mr. and Mrs.
The beet kina emd testmonal- Roberts, assuring them that they had
"Sold tor eve Wsar 5 y1." enjoyed themselves, and hoped that
Zr.SS m lu.'sSS. same would occur again in the jear
ai apArwULA., future.
PI .LI.S. On the night of the 27th inst., there
SCXUWE PUCTORAL. was an entertainment given by Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Perry in honor of their
S'bright and charming little daughter,
CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENTS. Miss Lula. The crowd gathered
-promptly at half-past seven, and en-
Eplisopellans and Presbyterlanse n- Joyed themselves until a late hour, as
tftalnfed Tuesday. it was understood some of the crowd
Irom Wednesday' Dally Bun: was golng away on the midnight
The ast of the Christmas entertain, train. There were various kinds of
mets among the churches for 1907 games. At eleven o'clock there were
were hold Tuesday, the last day of the refreshments and cake served.
year, bolng the Christmas entertain- noe ladies present were Misses
months of Holy Triniaty Episcopal and Mattle Jennings, Velma Jennings, Lu-
Presbyterhan church Sabbath schools. la Perry, Marcie Turner. Willie Jones,
The ust entertainment was held in ; illie Morgan. Rosa Roberts, Bettle
Holy Trinity church at 4 o'clock In McCarrley and Liva Jones; Messrs.
the afternoon, consatUng of a carol Charlie Tradllck. John Thomas, Scott
rvice, a abshort but Interestlng and In- Roberts, Jim Zetrouer, Peter Perry,
treotivo addre by the rector, Rev. Louls Manning, Willie Riles, Mr.
Prancis H. CraJighll. followed by the; Reynolds, Burt Zetrouer, John
tree, from which presents were dellv. Roberts, Frederick Morgan and Solo-
erod to all members of the Sabbath mon Morgan.
sobooL as well as the little people of J. A. Roberts and brother, W. T.
the congregation not members of the Roberts, returned yesterday from
school. Thbl was well attended, and Ocala, where they spent the holidays
the little folks enjoyed themselves with their sister, Mrs. J. A. Chandler.
Immensely. I C. P. McIntyre, who was picked up
In the evening, at Seminary hall, the in the A. C. i,. yards at Gainesville
Presbyterlans held forth, and this en.- unconscious yesterday morning, is
tertainment was also largely attended slowly Improving. The cause of this
and highly enjoyed by the little accident is not known, as there are
folks. no bruises 9n him. Conductor Rich-
This entertainment consisted of a ardson has taken him to Rochelle,
beautiful cantata, "The Story of a where his wife is at present.
Star," which was well rendered, at
the conclusion of which, true to his SOME FINE POTATOES.
promise of a day or two ago. Old
Santa Claus appeared, much to the Progressive Colored Man Raises Large
delight of the little ones and the pleas. Tubers In Heart of City.
ure of the older ones. and distributed Oalnesville and Gainesville people
Innumerable presents to the children itry to lead In everything they under-
take, and generally succeed.
SWhy The latest acquisition to Gaines-
Should your baby suffer? When he ville's l4ibilitie' lt the' wet potato
la fretful and restless, don't experts Iarm f J. K. Wright. a r'grei tlv'
ment on him and use any old thing colored ran who resildes at !9*, N
your neighbor recommends. luy Grove ltr.eet. virtually in the heartl
bottle of Whit's. Cream Vermifuge. ot the city. le brought to The Sun !
greatest known worm medicine and oIme ,Mmiday two sweet potatoes.,
cure for children's diseases. It is mild weighiting 'elht and e half and eV'
In Its action, builds up the systam.l0 tund"" r.'-pectlvly, which he dulii
makes thin,. puny babliba fat. Mrs J.t "fr hi Iatjh.
C. Smith. Tampa. ia.. writes: "My Thes"e tubers, unlike the' ae'r;ge'- I
by wa thin ad sickly, could not to of this dimension. are firm. ai I
retain Its food and cried all night. irthe sr .r states that he prop'-s to
I ued one bottle of Whlte'. Cream Sed thenm to the Mid Winte'r FIMIjl-
Vermifuge and in a few days baby was thtni at i,.k'tnvll,
laughing, happy and well" Sold by -- -----
A Quiet Wedding. Experiment Statlio Growing Several
Prom Tieeday' Dally Sun: Varietioe of Lettuce. i
A quiet but happy wedding 'as From Tu'esday's Dalily Su: I
uolsmilsed at the Presbyterian manse For the next few dlays th. ~~,.p rt
Sunday afternoon at I o'clock., the con ment Statin will he pr'prarel o eho. w
tracting parties betag A. Joseph Tay- at the h.rtrulture grounded near tt'..
lor of Ocala and Miss Oussle lieville grewnhouse, a variety test in I ttiuce
of this city. Rev. Those. iHay eM. a here a il le small plit. ( > eight ;
elatting, varieties f lettuce' hlch hav shon
The groomn formerly reided In this up well herv, some of htch sh. city. but for some time has lived In eral charmr(.T suTeert.r to thr' i|(,
Otcala. where he ls quite pIron'ment Hoeton Thi. w'iI t* ,-e-.c;,ul
ammng the young people The bride teeeflrlal to the tru>k.'e .t.,! t,,-.
is the charming daughter of Mr and intt-r.'rt. I t thi- a.'r\

The Kind You Have Always Bouht
In Use for Over O Years.
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uiWnEUL Fli

Has built one of the most up-to-date Ice plants
State of Florida, and has now open

in the

ALarg Lu llC m Slbo n fw C-rir q'-Mob

And is no prepared to handle Meats in large quanti-
ties for the FARMER at new plant located on the Sea-
board Railroad, foot of S. Arredondo St., just West of
Seaboard depot.

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HIandlin of the Ahv Is Ou Speciay.
We are heavy receivers from your section, and
cam handle more to your advantage.
We get the price and make returns daily.
( -nd in your name and we will forward rubber
fsta.ipl ;iind keep you advised as to market conditions.
Refr -nnee-Your local banker.


The Oldest Whiskey House in Soth

Aafn i arn ID
*Parta n MW Odo. *AD.
rar, ell

SJI, I J. $ AM
Pure Pennslvania Rje. Ribh aod
mellow. m the rton aW.L R

Pa e ebsosialfumily l Mb". 3
f"sw lm la m Fe r
s2 on EXP RMI D

I'~gtunes heded warhouse.I
&ad Oldair the fLNMIo& C)


by. ytho [e gal l a. w%
4us room (2=
RshaadMWmalls. bydo I
Aif)oa f All

We ande al he ~he Wadof RyeA Bmb" eInMWfinas war.

,n nt"eLa swap*%.3We JSUIL

The Mad Yen 3m. AlwW 283sqk ho beeb
in =0 tw am 0 7SM4bwffS n Sp-,V.aO
~~ amba b" s ba& 6=bb w isPu


chskowin tsa haiomem 0*41000 on coers 0@.Poe-

mEfs. lba"g""Moe116 Isilow" it
mii mat"bheu I Disaw -ini W
Celo.Itreieeis TehnogT ft...Centom
a"n platumemay. Itas-miates Ie 1oi4 6m 1 ste
stoma&h A" Dm1., giving healthya"Aiul e
nhe Chirmts hm .-I eXObaorS Ptmi

,0 Bnears A- I u~u a

Mr. II. Il Ieovllle. Arredodo. but
has been connected with the store of 'IT Oet. Cm(, or T ,-.:,,
The 0. W. Hyde OCIMpaay. this city.' I ( Com at ""
In the capacity of salelady be was 'tank I ('het rv mn.ek, ,,-it tht
a gwteral favorite here. and triendi he is .h or e;rtn'r ,f '. ft- .f tF
will give her Ctapeakvship up .rrv J 'Chetit 'o. do.-S lin.-.. .i ,hr
reluctantly trit ,f T,9-414to. WntV si1 State Af.r.-
Mr and Mrv Taykw Ir left mnmdLAtt- said .' lthat sak firm *ill aI & h,,
ly for W-ala. hkAlih (pacv the% at' ,uurn m f4> *. llunditr.l Ikllar *r .%-ar

a ofJCaoe %a J MuI tftk n make tbqir future bum, and e'.-e of C'atarrh that c'arm,*c
eeC moal Itenant --- h tee vur the use if'4 halla* Catarmt
pellAW f10111 rya bv 0%'dtal ku I uT149 Joy Cu rv rI'ANK J kCiIICi
'4. "'fore ue itmle- n ut"~Tit '.
argument 10 the iWvi1t..ais-sa Judgmientt t" ibi litgis toe hale ffgs h'd IC
wasg renderedfor th plakintiff afte! 1-rbine a ''%,u %IlI hais u A
OW11ich 11a016111kby atluteM'vs lf kle 4, )o... Y~v qv .d Wit r blue oaPui
#,.see W06sub&ad. an deiedfrefu Iand hair that M4 Sta..te-In Cu. bk-lkt~ri
AttOOrnY W. W HampIM n ameeere'd awar oth 1Tv a battle of Ito-rhie.'
foir the plalatt. whilo Aitom.,. to a jtIvv crare tierall liver evm;4sint, leb 't,- d1re"- f % tict Le rn x A % -.I
fta~tow MAnd $w ith eI'weOtitv*11:i t~Arvei. Austin Texav wwritte'. I'14 00.fpt'
I I ~fr I1 as re
the dfqdtkace used hlrrtbilnefor tier a tvar
Itt Afy paL, tuna LV Wtor. hm and bSniIt aL"t rvwsuateer Itwat) l & h(elT#.~
a It Modw*iYftr l'tll fe
my wme &SO o. % $- 'r 4710 v Fq ale by W ) hi II 1tL f~
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: JANUAkR 2 1908

Smm' ml WAS


K' Home Was Scene of Much
Gadety aad Pleanure Monday.


Which Disappointed the Managers,
But Good Music Was Furnished by
MisS Thomas on Piano-Ladies Well
Pleasd -With Reeuelt
With splendor and excellent satistac-
tiea to all present, the first ball of the
season, the charity ball. which was
jiven for the benefit of the Library
Association, was held on Monday even-
Ung at the elegant home of Gaineaville
Lodge No. 990, B. P. 0. E., and, not-
withstanding there was some little
disappointment on the part of the pro-
moterp on account of the failure of
the orchestra to arrive, the affalt
passed off in a most enjoyable and de-
llghtful manner. The services of an
orchestra from Jacksonville were se-
qured, but at the last hour disappoint-
fag them, hence otAr .arrangements
had to be made. Miss Alice Thomas.
*e of Gainesville's accomplished
pianists, came to the rescue and
rendered fine music for the occasion.
Miss Thomas played perfectly, but
owing to the commodious dimensions of
the Elks' lodge-room, where the dance
was held, a piano Is rather weak for
. sch an ocs#Ion.
Twenty-seven couples participated
Is the grd march, which began at
9 o'clock, and which was led by Mr.
I. M. Tench and Miss Strickland of
Waldo, with Mr. Emory Brown and
Miss Jessie Bodiford as second lead.
-- Th'L-a wara- m--- "-m_*l hl &_

I we. wutre were umany ojnumi &no I

Appetite fo r aim

7=WNioaca6 &Wmi him.
th cab them anand he amti
uaw. tRca #am Uund %-100- he
4guloandOgrows hrlb hu a

The Of Iern ht Of$ by mis

Scott's Emulsio
AnidWpsww bfosdamdb'
pmm& b hb I.mpslgo="mM
1~b pmw w m-
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AiN Dw os Wad $L.6

The Week Just Clned Was a Gay
One in That Lively City.
High Springs, Dec. 30.-MIss Annie
Darre of JapkoevUille Is home for the
Thurston Futch. who Is attending
school at Auburn, Ala., Is visilang his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Futch.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cowles are nla
fouth Florida, at their grove near
Mrs. Ben Arnow and Mrs. Annie
Bynum of OainevUIle spent Christmas
day with their parents. Mr. and Mrs.
H. C. Cato.
On the night of December 18th
there was an amatuer performers of
the play, 'For Love or Money," given
at the opera house under the auspices
of the New Century Club. A large

I .andina a. wwas .mt- and ahandsomo I

Graceful figures, after whlcb the"" . "- -'"" .
young people "tripped the light fan. sum reals d.
tastUc toe" for eighteen numbers, t the
Sunday school save their annual
dancing lasting until after midnight Christmas tree at the church. A
In addition to the dancers, there lovely program ot musc an recit
were many spectators. The ladies toen was rendered, and the tree was
who did not dance enjoyed themselves oaddwth an e trees
loaded with handsome preoeota. A
at bridge whist In the handsome par. beautiful present w the per-
lors of the Home, while the gentlemen Intendeutlp D. S. rn ivn token of
lsdulged in billiards.
Refreshments, consisting of sand- the esteem in which he is held by
Refreshments, conalsiting of mand-
wiches and coffee, were served dur- teacher and pupnight the Rebels.
lag the evening, and this department od e had a Christmas tree at the
was well patronised. nettlng. quite a lodge had a Christmas tree at the
lodgeroom for the members of that
at "um. order, and the Odd Pellows and their
The floor committee comprised families. It was attended by d large
Ie Graham, It. K. Throw, It. M. rfanmlies. It was attended by a large
Lee Graham. H. K. Thrower. II M.
Tench and Kmory Brown, to whom crowd and was goyed by all
those partleplating in the dance are present.
One of the prettiest Christma s
very appreciative for their graceful at- ehris as
tention. and the harmonious manner
the one at the ilaptidt church on
is which everything on the program Thtureday night for the benefit of the
p9sd off. ,Sunday school. The program was
Those in charge of the arrange cents batfully rendered, and w much
of the ball announced t, their patrtonseyed. ulrend the evedni the of.
that, in view of the fact that they had e he
rfeers and teachers of the Sunday
been disappointed In *the matter of ..
School pre*wnted a handsome parent
securing an orchestra, which they as the faithful and a ctant u set
o red them was no fault of the man- te t h n
ement, every perso holding a ticket Mrs s rnsa of Atlanta. wh
would be given a check entitltng them w
to the privileges of the oor fo r ree of iste her snt E. from IsU e.t
charge, at another ball. wh it is week, while en route to visit her
proposed to give later, when an orcheeb daaWher. Mrs. Caroe Rogers of
tea would be secured .da M C o
The ladies are well pleased with amp.
the fanciasoutt of ball. as Mrs. A. J. Moore etertailed the
the tanclal outcome of the ball. a New etary Club ast we her
safficleut money was rnalsed to pay usu bapy tnDurig tme at.
W all hdebtednesst of ths library. a term lovely suvenirs of the se-
well as give the Insttutoa a footing onwere prested to ec gest.
for the comi e year. -A eos U we prIsm t were Mrs. lets
The library is we of GCaesviJe's Ombas Mrs. H. C. Steves. Mrs.
mportaat and amt badly N Id s- Aaale Sewel. Mrs. I K AaderM
Uftutons.. as t tedtoeMrs. P. P. Wed. Mrs. P. miN
y~og to literry th s. Th re an m M, s L lon MMr, IB. L ah.
e mserel thm .o" 1 ab hear. Mrs. R. MeL Orady. Mrs. J.
clasw. rpea Irstarm, wM b w an .H. ils amnd Miss Anat o e MA dges.
tog ItnTesed stmedily, ad the smve
elation fee that. btag it a w a in eer of Ms. WNam C. Os
ebarllilI. instotult It soeald have
the support of all ctues w1 hso have Mr an Mrs. Hoary C. Telarg
the titer" ad welfare of tM W Vty, a l'a dsV'%*e4IW as'P
to serl, and the yo u peoplto n day W ha4.6s t he us
partlfesr, .at beart nbm I me Is -sk e w Tll. in I"Wof
Am m t of the date of the Mrs W mm 01a0 D dlof 0 N0s0.
Ag n l av. to v *'The emse beer oaer of
botev* wastherev to tInk e ( asan
sad ebo Ctmastas betMs
Atteest" Stemewefl Ca1, vvo e wo laM t stel -4as
To we re 9 med to mee0 to i tn l Ma pbse wtMt U aelf. WvM 0hi hsde
vue Meaday umsea as JaS 4. tok at en" pehnN. e e d
to odm'ak. Pendams sad brUse m a.*DwlgP. a As n ea
two er the weoni of te *s m p goeu w a S wab sleaM e re
ble d JmM NV *fy r of Uss d wm_ rid
s dwereand of order of Ifas a eassr w MPo
yw .)c woaVu w. AQ)w Ak eM h m r u ,ad eMMsuar_
SUN- the ts'in tO o 1
s..ek, Iui m..r.a. r't lm

oftw is Aveid POSevee'.
Tom ma avo eamm~m min ad COWe
-wumrewwafrom ascam by MUSk
poor's wway "Id 'Psi" ~ th
-O asdItqn* be em fr e.
ftoaw a In do 3
tX so1

per @w slop YW
mra wbawwus *-ft ftwhull
bm w wdebwo so -ts-

6ftwo -. -

An Enjoyable Chrittasa Tree. With
F> ProgMwem*4er Items.
New bry, Dec. 30-Mrs. Charlie
Freeman and two chlIdren returned
Thursday from a week's isit to In.
Vt mea.
Lucius Johnson left Tu daiy fo&-
Hawthorn, where he will spi'nd the
holidays, visiting with relatis,. and
Miss Kato Smith of Alachua is h re,
'the guest of Mrs. C. D. MNi.
Prank Taylor left Thurd ay for a
few days' visit In Atlanta.
Born. to Mr. and Mrs. I en Wether-
ington. December 25th, a fine lx)y.
Mrs. Lonale Studtill of C'oleman is
here visiting relatives
Miss Ada Pierce visited Alachua
Thursday, returning Friday.
Mrs. J. J. Dixon of Live Oak is the
guest of her sister,. Mrs. Partin, this
Mr. and Mrs. Carter and daughter,
Lucile. of Gainesville, arse spending
the week here. guests of their dauugh.
ter. Mrs. Code fB. Weeks.
Mrs. George Pickett of lve' Oatk is
here visiting her mother. Mrs .George
NW. G. Chapman left Tuesday for
04brgla. where ho will sp'nd the holi-
The Christman tree at the lhaptist
church Wednesday night u\as quite
a success. The church was decorated
very tastefully, and the tre> presented
a buestiul appearance.
Peyton IL. Fortson called the au-
dience together, and the follow usn pro.
gram was nicely rendered:
Song-R-"Joy to the World, the Lord
Has Come."
Scripture Reading.
o9ng-"Welcome Christmas," Mrs.
Fortson and girls.
Paper-"BHrth of Christ." Mrs. Liv.
Recltation--' Why Kitty Washed Her
Face." Peyton Fortsom, Jr.

Recitation--What Baby Wanted."
Jewel Smith.
Song -"Christ Was Once a Little
Child." Myrtle Collins.
Iteciltion-"The Stylish Church."
Robert jimith.
Iolo-"Unto Us a Child is Born/'
Mrs. Collins.
Recitatlon-"Merry Christmas," Leo
Quartette-"long of the Angels."
air. and Mrs. P. 8. Portion, Mrs.
,ucker and Mr. Weeks.
Recitation-"The Old Man's 8tory."
Miss Antha Oroff.
Duet-"Holy Night." MisS Smith and
Mr. Hamlltoa.
Reeltatloi-"The Cornish Carol,"
Miss Jtiele Marable
Recitation-"Aanie and Nellle'
Prayer." lila &Iford
Duet-"Tbe Lord Has Risen." Mr.
P. B. Fortson and Mrs. Teseer. ,
Recitation--'"Tb Christ ChildM." Mrs.
Reaktat.on-"Santa Clams I Con.
ta." Robert o's.
Aata Claun Arriv,- Olte."
Chritfmas TIee.

Itchiag. boedig prutba @or bbd
pioe ryie to Doa's ,Ottimest
(seein mne moMi ndlev, ftily
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Seat Free Upoe Request.

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HAPPv NOW VA nt sw ed M 4 fNMp S.W NMESt Smaft s-
Tb. balkshA"am. n d n3 r On o
71 am "wa mevarm yOWN 1moVe ytoasoOemRAIago4d
me tbe, ruchMWdpmr h d p M eage. A eA I
SRaw Nw eed. S mear.ad at. met~a in ay
AtWe hi WO w SaOM g mU As^aerme to hal the bea between t p
9MW d__aef y ow twe amM ams a rupture at haa stnd S

mwetnwd the o r as i hmlemA met met

INu e2. a yaw of 1P ihummiy Stats"*

we have s do.bt that a great yL T.
mow sehtai s have bee sde PET RU S LA ST.
68 yerawssy wWAe Sm w h __oe w
two is somat. while Aesan ewdemcf what Owbeg"1e1
msatehsers whiha wd b be the m rembersof the clerialO gemo Is
id s a adhered-o Uthe a of the e tdal Uat t
no St ew a "the 6M4 Itafte loaw te, wb re -
b bow* aWo 6VWrI*b aed st s*jes tI hst GaImawtlle, brought
W hates he p aYt dea. W be0 0ua the odk Teatay m ora ate
be S. m wo anar. We sl rwutr of thepWurletspvarlet, which
khSmw Sm we as ea tnmd Ik
psre whle e 1r of the baet sh
agtry to the wem. where poese.1 The turn'p was as largI as a sman
m greater them aSywabee else. lse; et. smt was very rfirm.Mr
e sahM be thaaktua that (* Lard Lmam k state that o extra carts wa
h-a beem pomm to by gta tak I Its Culture uad that hIs em-
fto bea gn ow toa m by vtia a
gd beahf ert le ood crop tirs growth wi m like the t e pie.
a ehttastl wmateb s oa except d as a avera e --Galville Sun
fa the slobs, md we shboud mole To are ot la It It Pro Me. A few
OmW, ti 3 a ttlem of thee m we days ago atr Commistloer Wah-
vii at lat eMdmver to srve Hilam b.r made a trip to the Lake Okeeche
who has Mesed us on this earth ad bee *etton of Lae coaty. where be
mared s of aa evertn slav rywud tm ue a man who Is farmtng up there
tS wer tio me He told the Bma he wanted some ee
=-- :- vegetables for the fair. and was prem.-
t to charged that New Yourk brokers! eed twurnpe as large as a half-arrel
bts beesm *eapas eury duty by pay. This to no lobe, and sowm of thee
I t. wherwpoe The New TYrk tamlps will be o ehibittan at the
-serieal emarlt that from reet abl ete fair. Tam p Go down and look
megrvatsme of the eort market kI them over. Wro McCreary -Fort
wial --m to have bem hebaper to Myers PTre
bhave mrvd TWerybOdy who knows Pete Ral.'
#4Wed of The Pr"es iill -ouchf ter the'
"If twthtrds of the gtrlt who go truthuts.la of an' scatemao t he
so the stage ~dM go to the kitclhe sabe e have ween sme ery I
steead. thbwre w ud be a whbe le t karge tralps 4 during our etsteutw ,
e happlae is the w0 d.says ome ay tte* abger than the em,
TWe Sfunghm A eHerald BM t te raed by Mr Lamne. bet *e have .et
R theb *sok le to as bad as their act ,w "e e aW large as a alf btrr
t. a |rerthr Rahtis satomt that they

tariff-protected trst. costs twice as
JUDGE PARKHILL' SACRIFICL much today as it did ten years ago;
SJournal rfrs to Soall other materials that enter !nto the
The oPeurtl Jomxrhl ref.rs to ~r making of a newspaper have also ad-
prome Court Judge Parkhllts ret ancedin pr".-DeLand New a
retmal to run for Cogrss in t the third
ditrict a follows. Hatn- knowaI A kA of oltlme mother wit a&
thu truly ojod and great man for last mound orse sense is
many wv the editor of The Sn be- bibted in the following remark by
tkow that reand words s of be- an old Southern "mammy not long
toews rpDod nd It Lr h ds pUs & ago. I saw a girl falit not long
to reprodu the k!d words bad sin and when we losened her cor-
Otr freT d -t she expanded like an ta sfed bal-
-Only thb ly acquaInt,'d with Judge Chas. R but I told her to quit trytan to squeeze
P&khkill a a reta! the greatsa c so much of t herself in sich a small
rlOe thA' ?f has mA4I Dn deClitin space and she'd gtt all right -Fernan-
to beonA.- m ar idta' ff r CongrTeVs at 4 Rco
th! tm- ... .....
It has .- the amittton of Jud The Comptroller of the Currency
Parkill. ': to rprent his native want, a rtral bank located at
Sf ta t. Is %atkioal halls of legisla- Washington. hch should issue all
t Pie. were o beV"r Ge r the currency What a picnki that
Laaur ao. lhede for his trst tfer would be for the politIcian who
this .oquwrt. and popular Floridian sould get the job of managing It
refrated frqn making the raft be They could make money tight or eay
eame he dd not the rrer to dti4e at their pleaiurt, and rig the stock
a vote fmm which be lad LawarW ket a ordinglyv
winld ha". draws probably an eaqml -.... -
appor. T.,,da he refraiae heg be
SUa Tadatey bearw of tm he fab The Detroit News speaks of the mew
,tag a caad4Aste humsa of the ----- t

--aro protvcwdIsto U#Lake OkV4'hebe9 that It %woudn 14rbe, proper for hh
Fmslvaia h~tIt ad ade~ o ,. ~ ~ ~to rue Cwb i oas the abre ot a
I h u W a e
able. but It sow dud., the adiW i on &adhavoam 1'WUv4 t daubt that cause of th. addItion alcmt that he
he. bows abbe to *wwo The Legisla I It we vUsi the Oft%* fak at Tama Se dw* sog "' f wowld b# rigbl to,
am mna PamI vvm a m~ItWi o'1 Ytwu ou m icwillwetbroe iii at t rt-c br'vme o atis term roes
IM the ONondeg tur%44K s .vv11 a.s5.hW aLi ag 'swhchte ati h
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ e hihmVeutaqQI ~4R,' 't*ei*atv W_'reenrtntlr mUsed to
A has ~o Oeatag a O a hUVP as a ~sugarbeav*4 he
twa Mbeerecoowewnfth We Ofha This jfr-. kme iltmtravau ofth# mar-
aw* ma 1W Mr nGOWHat wellst!! b4% O &MMOt eUPu.the altar of
gON SM mtoin5 15 a wttb to
N. I O % 4tOUN*,Alb'ctstoa to Il !5~A. SMsL.lihlt.an *.' e visa k inwho best
se des" awommd isdet, No%%, rvrbft-tv4 W,* o'"'p,% ~tbI can twtA: rt'w-tt# thoMe ma md cW
tw 0 avyMAamlWe he mbtte a- irb" A 1W &WW 12M81A' "' at &Iv".'a"wayshelda warm
OWWy rkftat %V4. tos isWas& Joe 1'(' i2tW-r t"0C iK.'4.rradto b rh'w m !hrboom abat hIM t'rwa mds
IWgM wjho miSdfS aSa"BuSotot II? b A 1 0. k^. h eS'. The 1rwr lia. *of-ea" "aMd the ti
the m uw le IbOfthew tof UP ~I~a'' ,,ewhmthe hslbb40 am
sW ad tn'csc. I& .W' t~ta toIthe'' if avbe rvbs'slae
qomto Yewv*%e' may. the t~o% p CMA &U4n4iukmi LU1W ka, -
Orw or *imwataty suikm hrh... a ammbry oa. .&.~
00it VM"" IW 00Ow ibo the uIvI T 9U4CA litaltim t Am tot if w. them 1a the bam ( mo
e4paty MU6Ovgq MudWe "Mbe. ami teetbm O.prvm4 New Y4a isg %C &,i% ju pOdi h Irvm j* .
bwest'the lWeW""i I b"1aM'V4twa ~mI a Mi Gba holym&a ht peskata v-'
becam am tot ex ot aftuwoft Ow
A ~n- Pbyubhe ad hms W5kbMum.. lad 0 the *. &%4 1W mu D t he &is (t ..g~._.3 an644 w t A4
so MOM ei4d m.fti mim alewpb an a4606f mt thata '.'QV*-out rieaty U& -W
WA tosed"atf bodit epeeer Wm vftag -beIt a.- fi-' ,eta4 a fSMOMaor owe

WinE u vm rn AFwnes -old Jq
Davis seibew "lDomsThe Detrclt
%ova vast to plug. this country late
mmclvii war!

Usti" ofsberpbIdersMOON#*~
Gaiseswlli. lM. Dec. 24. 1"?.
%ekIs hereby gispesthat &W@a&
siaw O-ruham". memmG ;of Time
Daems Sak of OslmTiesti. FlwIA.
wlU be heid aM the ss of matI&W bek
as iamnum 144k. 1"S. iboafthte ec-
,,A q..A &A UM&4 *j 9.i

the home of Mrs. 0. B. Baiey afr the
beneit of the Advent Christian schrch
There was a good crowd preheat, and
everybody seemed to have a good
The proceeds were devoted to the
church expense. repairs, etc.. amd the
ladles who had the same i* charY
seemed to be perfectly matised

Netke to Ta-Payers.
We wi hbe at the fulrtag pa>es
on date et opposite for t- pwpoe
of collect ta eu duw m tax "l 197
and makig ameemet of proewty
for iM:
Bell-Tun"ray amd friday. Jae-
ary lad and r 19CI .
ArtWm-Moaday. January INS.
Newb r-T-atseday ead Wedafy.
January 7th d ta. I.
Trskto--t idy. Jmmry h.

Wacm-lvidAy. Jamary lth. I-.

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---7-;w H-is"
Dt-t gt lditheartned a this Re-! Tbhe Independece League is to be Hgh birW, Jan. L 1.-Mr. and lUrp
Ihb n pMak'. bet voe to "'r" the eC ainued as a national organization. CmatlBo Od Mr.f 0o 6l1o of ma,
nmis r-thM is YO peltkial aceordi; to Its master-manaer. As vanash have r"eid",olme, aft r
1 .& As king as t tr pro, Mr. H 'arst is the creator of thts spend the hedys with Mr. amd
MA trubsts there ww be Getitoes rival of the Democratic party, be Mrs. J.. O U MWM.
pleoiV dltl wed by peat and bl mast not feel hart if Democrats de- WMil Moatwomery, J. tartmaa
es dres s. The Repub as deine to support the Hearst papers in Lawrece Carrigam B b Qutalovaa
pMh ame those of the mbtlr. this effort for disruption. There can and Bob BallisWe b ohem tUned, after
OWy oak es the pe de by Migh a i be so objection to Independent politi- spending the holidays "ver home"
dn sm apisd the pubbe money for cal action by any citizen, that is a Charleston, C.
MsOn their t easters-- trusts privilege that Democracy would e Miss Rhoda dam of Ocala speat
me _MeaI What B Iseede. the last to restrict. and as Mr. Hearst several days In town lUat week, s*
hebNt v ad a fhltA *admnderut baU declared be is not In sympathy guest of Mrs. J. HE Doeily.
St 9 tMe same. Lm p mkal te, with the Democratic party be is en- i Purvis Mtsile of Savanah ba re
weruie a a champ fOr hst mma- to trely free to support this new party, turned home, after spemlt the boWt
S*a des WIth -M rights to or puash the Sodcialist propaganda, or days with relative ta Hbigh Spri.
so mb apsil petrbmes to mie, ia company with Tom Watson and Mr. and Mrs. tevo s and Msl Nlel-
t SmV be so paBem.or ear erp 1 President Roosevelt urge a coalition lie Streves of Omesa h vfrstrmd
Omm M N o be op d $e obey te of such discordant elements as be can home, after spemdlg Christmas wfti
IbW Ga d4aa0 woutl be teert d to bind .tos tBL But those who are Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stevim.
* e sa ls t ohe Gv me Desocrats believe that reforms Mrs. C. C. B s sad Miss Kate
wetle costs y has been a wilvl ely be brought about by that Barrs of GOaneeville have returms
- ep Ire m a ldebeb ad the party of the people, wMll hardly care after a brief vst to friends tn Hig
Pem w-e n Osertag r it. 3 .to support the Hearst papers, which Springs.
Mm bhas rm lt is PFederal tare run to make money. and for the Mrs. Bush of Atlant, other of he
M the truts d earpa- advancement of the political fortunes popular %ongg merchsat, R. B. Buek,
atdt headofthe pre 1mi- an of their proprietor. is visiting her soak's alaily.
0I *mbantl Bd mthe RepbhBane A beating party eoaseiti of Dr. B.
--- at the tall end. Ike all DEMOCRAWS GETTING TOGETHER. C. Hodges, M. 0. KIgdht, Mr. Del,
apmd NMts, they now are r ta Dr. Bostom and B. IK Andersou left
tm o y pockets and badahes It seems certain that the Democrats yesterday to be gone a week In La-
sr ae trying to fSd et wbe th of New York will not elect delegates fayette county.
ae aL They have forced s all to to the National Convention favorable
U1sl3ate ~ the commoN disaster. to Mr. Bryan. All the factions of Death of Mr. Rainey.
am t4l a new crew iv elected in consequence hare united for a su- Edward H. Ralney, forty-ve years
thubr pa"es Ot much Iaprovementt prrme effort to carry the State, and It of age, died at 8:10 o'clock Tuesday
ea be spected In matoalJ ataln. was decided that it would be impoe- morning of Bright's disease, after an
The lawreaklng trust magnates sible to unite on Mr. Bryan, although illness oL several months.
an sl ma targe: the rafrand corpora- has many friends In the State. It Deceased was a native of North
toas ane amtnuing to harge a the Is probiole that the delegation to the Carolina, and came to this city wt
tae wli bear as tar as iterstate Denver convention will be uninstruct- his family several week aso, thiMb.
inermeis concmered, while Pres- ed. except to vote as a unit though a tg that the change would lores. ha
dit Resevelt offers so reIedy. but strong movement is on foot to endorse to health. But It was toots, asa he
jdos With Speaker Cannon to leartin David B. HIL To that. however, Mr. suffered greatly, and & ily passed o
bad4 dm I alone. Business Is de- Hill is said not to be a party. Mr. the mysterious beyond.
presed d ware are falling, but Chaler. the present Democratic Lieu- Deceased was a member of the
the Reublican Congress stands pat. tenant-Governor, has many friends and Methodist church, and during the time
Ihems rl.ad their own salaries 54 a number of counties are said to have of good health wa active in the worb-
peI eW t they n M stand it. Thank been secured for him. la of the church. He was a* nobis
4od the Republican party is far from As the electoral vote of New York husband and father, and is arrived
beang as ominpotent as it boasted it is essetal for Democratic success, it y a wife and four children, to whom
was; and the r n m ad s aushle are. is to be hoped that alln factions l the sympathy of the commUnity It
theroen aot mwortM&aed to the trusts. that State can be united for a overr extended
M d the ieporatons'have no mono is eventually nomlnated. &e ftueral rrangemnt wil he i
Aly ta krftr will poll as all outer charge of Robt. MeCellan. The bw-
AMean armer w111 pwll us all ofu The newspaper men of Manatee al will be held trom te home at
of the bole through the sweat of hi county have organized a local press 10 o'clock ths moraag, and the to*
tbea. spte of the handIap of R as moLazion All have agreed to pat lowing getlBemen wil act as pea
IA am4 fieanaelamt eat and olly.the p s of their papers up to $1.50 bearers: 0. W. Hyde, L HIE.
Ln all who feel te na tl distrem year. be n January 1. 1L If A. O. 8teenburg Ferd Bayer.
that Reublican pollelek have po the paper ust mo oaae to rase the
dced. determIn n during theM ew prime at white paper, it is only a ques- An Enjoyable TIme.
year to ceaqwe belevtn Republican tio of tme whee we shall all hav e e o we
boasts but do thetr best to turn the ~ to inese t. benpstio price afs su O eof momlaho oa se we
Srsets oct. our papers Wite paper under the son was the oyster sapper gves ma


JAN: ikVT 4.4

M l ator who sai4. "Whenever I see Knox
htRl AMUI1O I 11e Standard Oil. hear the hum of
the Pennsylvania Railway and see the
---N N WS LETTER brilliant reflection of the steel trust
NEWS LETTE furnaces." That is about all there is
to Mr. Knox. I have not mentioned
,Pld.ivelt'a DRisruptld eForaker. for nog one takes his candl- '
dacy seriously. He is merely in the
Th 4epA iican Party. eld, backed by the interests, to pre-,
vent the nomination of Taft. Ote'
A REVIEW OF THE CANDIDATES more name I have mentioned, that of
George D. Cortelyou. He has practl.
Who Are Seeking Republican Nomincally withdrawn from the race, if he
SA u MatteprWih s Nominatd could ever have been considered In
tion-No Matter Who Is Nominated it His whole backing consisted of
the Chances Are In Favor of Bryan's the banks into whose coffers he has
Blestion. Says Senator Culberson. poured millions in profits an the result
i"rta Oorrmpondeaee The u11 Sun. iof the late panic.
Washington, D. C., Jan. 1.-It is said
' have been the ambition of Preai. Thts, then. is the field front which
inst Roosevelt not to leave behind the distraught Republicans must e-
him a disrupted party, but keen ob- lect a candidate. If they s*lct Taft
'ervel of events political are con. the Republicans will be against h m
Yl3oe that Mr. Roosevelt's hopes are to a man, and victory for'Bryan will
ie be disappointed. Never did the be assured. If they select one of the
Democracy contemplate a campaign others, all reactionary candidate*, the
in which the opposition forces were Republican rank and file will be
more seriously disrupted. Nor is there against hi*l. and again Mr. Bryan's
the sllghtest prospect that the Repub. election made certain. At least that
can party will ever be reunited, is the way it Is outlined to your car-
whatever may be the result of next respondent by such men as 8enatQr
Jane's convention, or next November's : tulberon, Mayor Johnson of Cleve-
election. It requires but a brief re- lend, and other Democrats of equal
troapective glance to confirm the truth prominence.
ot this statement.
The resignationof Admiral Brownson,
Few of the men who read this let- who, as Chief of Navigation, was prac-
ter can fail to remember that the Re- tically the head of the Navy Depart-
publican party wad before It was sub- meant, affords another instance o0 the
ejected to the cyclone influences of p6ruonal dictatorial methods of Proe-
Theodore Roosevelt. Beginning with ident tboeevelt. Admiral Drownson
the night when an assassin's bullet laid wanted the hospital ship Relief cap-
Abraham Lincoln low, the Republican talked by a sallor. Burgeon-General
party has been a party of special nl- Rixey wanted it captained by a navy
terests. From Its fostering. of the doctor. Mr. Riley is the Prelsident's
earpet-bacger in the South to the enae- personal Dbysiclan. and he won. There-
tlion of the Dingley tariff bill. It has fore, Admiral Brownson. who is a man
stood for the fostering and cultivation of convictions and spunk, resigned,
of private Industries which, under Its and his resignatlop is a great loss
Uberal contributions, made at the ex- to the navy, which has made more
pense of the whole people, have grown geouis4 process under his direction
Into trusts which now sap the vitality than It had made In years previously.
of the nation and render the efforts of
the industrious, the energetle and the DEATH OF A- GOOD LADY.
young futile. In the face of unfair and
all powerful corporate competition. Mrs. M. IL Mullen, Highly Esteemed
SResdent of Melree., Dead. .
With the advent of Theodore Roose-.
velt. who was nominated for the Vice Melrose, Jan. 1.-Melrose has sus- PROF. P
Presidency in order that he might be tand a IrreparablI loss In the death
destroyed, the party had been driven p Mrs. M. L Mullen,. who passed One of the L
hither and you, by a man who w away peacefully on Friday night. Ive Held
trying to graft the policies of Bryan er since the arrival of this most The funer
en the rotten Henna stock, because estimable lady In Melrese, about 9M. the deah of,
his foresl;ht as so great that he per. teen years ago. she has always been afternoon, w<
ceivted that a rev&atto against his to the front as a most indefatigable lows' .aoita
party was fast approaching. But while worker, be It for her church or for the :0g o'eloc..
Mr. Roosevelt has converted many beiNet of her fellow-clUisns. While largely attend
of the rank and file of his party potmtress for the past six years city for se,
to the Democratic police, he has she made many Improvemeats in the drod having
r,ever beitn able to reach the poUltl- ofMe, and won the general praise ip ilasr t r

clan.. w'ho know no method of poll.
tics save the llanna brand. Four
year, ago the politicians. muttering
deep curves and driven along by the
whip and spur of popular opinion.
nominated Theodore Roosevelt again.
But this year he has eliminated him-
self from further consideration and
has left the Party to select its nquai-
see from the flMel of likely candidates.

The fin-ld co-ilt of William H.
Taft. Charles Warrena airbanks.
Charles IHluhes. Philander Knox.
Joseph U Cannon and George B. Cor-
telyou. Of Falrbanks. the eorpmratlo
lawyer and railroad attorney, who
waxed fat financially by wreking rail-
roads and ha ing himself appointed
their recelir.r u mcbh has already

been written that anything Iore here
would be ,mulertiuous tuflke t to
Msy that hbe Is the- Ideal eandate of
the Republican party. but his erd
is so malodnrour. that hbe sand JItle
chance of b.itei nomtaated. Taft is
se staunch ad,'astoe of the Regeewekt
p*Ics. He st al, fur cont-ol at the
erpwrations. for re. iin4 of the tarw .
or Pte protoiteon of the PhlMpem
agalas a horde of Rempte shares
wh. would eipl.ut tbhe ihpligO for
their ows pocketboks He ta. Is aS
werd. te embo4idlmat of Wytthin
that Is repasant to tbhe o Mes**ie
peiletsie. sad esulently the SeM
is agatet him He mae b. degw4d
er KRepe" can ain ll hatr t. death
kne*l Husgev tI. g*mIr regard
ed as the ronst llk*ewI rediate as lie
is backed by all thl flreEw fle teor
sout t New York th w oh*be as he
e01=ted4 on to estrth i- IfbwaPr to
the Reoeb"mArs tpssA fdt4 M *
eph 0 Cana s sto mWAkte gaes
me 6as6 beWUhimt o 1a mstt he "
pea" as Speaker to re t: he s.
pt oet amsers ef Cagre sad be
Ias do aw stadpes er of party.

- to tm SM.r the weeW e
wU be r is W "
BW of a -umammla am

of all her patrons by her efiteney.
Mrs. Mullen was a earmnet and
finthuIl member of the Methoets
church, a most loving mother, and a
loyal friend to all who had the privi-
Wme of being counted among them.
As a take of respect the lag at the
town ball was put at halt-mast by
order of the mayor.
The federal took place onm anday
at 2 p. a. Rev. T. H. lstrunak ft.
actathto. The services at the houe
and at th grave were attended by the
lamt s b**ge ever see at a
lowal fu l, may friredsa eosao
from quite a distance., ad It was
noted that a number of the s on ed
people were presemt to pay other last
reppet. Dritag the series Overal
favor* hymns of Mrs. Mllen's were

um4est swetly sung by a choir.
Amay beauaitidful lro owsalred the
grave at the mckldunofSO thoce
imeny. The dompo sy mpath of t2e
eadre elmmmuuilty Is Osten"siI.tohe
so Ionwlegag hilirs


&mom. &*I% assiooliew edby J.
W. Oecum&an.
1Cata'rh is s"ta blwnd isense
I so amusdby Seems SW bt lad.
vew is the a& r oen SSdb*w Ir.
ruStfam wish sooomad W eM
secuems hohoraw ftItsu"n idim
Idimeae" of Maiest ruh'i
its appcnebs s# maknoiM wild IM
Wkift.. ame w4"the Food to a
obrxse *cawe or to iroa o
befa. they make tho dme.
Steh des&mow is leoafadie ia AD
avowmenioft ewwh Tb.e Saohal
I"a agm&is H va4 whal" 10nhale
with the a ar uiseth.bo bft 1
,c~ow seemrso a"dojlviu he
e,. th60sof
'The s Nym th
aewrmpeso lbe I* freeWWmmI% .
W. u m cc'. u0eqPM A
Am~o womwo dothet Wa
am 9 a d.m so 10 e ud
,v mo wo he fomm 1

On of the Important Duties of Physidi wad
the We-Informed of the WorW
is to learn as to the relative standing and reliability of the leading manufactur-
era of'"nedicinal agents., as the most eminvnt physicians arc the most careful as to
the uniform quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and It is well
Knawn to physicians and the Well-Informed generally that the California Fig Syrup
Co.. by reason ot its correct methods and iprfecte equipment and the ethical character of
its product has attained to the high standing in scientific and commercial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliable houses only, and, therefore, that the name of the
Company has become a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
appeal to the Well-Informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc-
eoes and creditable standing, therefore we wish to call the attention of alhwbo would
enjoy good health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with all the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of reaction, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may he made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to great advantage, but
as in maay instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time. tlhe California Fix Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truthfully the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the approval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-informed because
of the excellence of the combination. known to all, and the original method of manufac-
ture, which is known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 0 g
* This valuable remedy has Iwen long and favorably known under the name of-
Syrup of Figs-and has attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and as its purl laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-Informed of the world to be the best of natural
laxatives, 'C have adopted the more elaborate name of-Syrup of Figs and A.liair of
Senna--as more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs-and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing, the full name of the Company California Fig Syrup Co.-
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for--Syrup of
Figs-or by the full name-Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna-as-Syrup of Figs and
Elixirol Senna--is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name--Syrup of Figs --which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United 'tates in original packages of one hi.:c unly, the regular price of which
is fifty cents per bottle. I


argeet and Most Impress.
Here for Some Time.
1a of 'PIf. A. J. tosakett.
whom oeourred on Frlday
m held from the Odd Febl
'lum Sunday afternoon at
and wan one of the most
ded funerals seen In this
ral years. about one hun-
*lla --wl **l o mail. n In


---- Is (ae t oresli On. -tl J~dkl~l t h Ireuli.
Meunt Vernon Ledge, K.ef P., Watched v 1a3" s Xow -
Old Year Out and New Year In. Mt lt eoNe Use.
One of the nost enjoyable and mont uel"e st *s *em si ,

Interesting occasions in the history of
Mount Vernon Lodge No. 30, Knights
of Pythias, was the meeting Tuesday
night, which, though on a regular
mIoting night, was turned Into a kind
of "social protan."
Al 6IdIS i i mx "w

fInE hlle ins rema in t AsaMN e.. iift fu....s.ahawere
-----------. In- -rxt -%n upifaa nn tha dotalm omearla .,r ~I ,b jio eUSl

16--. ----" "%-- e"4- " ---, -..-.-. |-. ".".. ,,,,*,. Il' lull ]"InM y stei es OfI -'- a W
eemetary. This funeral was all the the order, the degree of Knight hay. t mom
mare Imprelsive, when the fact s las been conferred upen t=ha. '
recalled that them da who had After the cleMin of the lods*e I Af
reached an advanced age .had not a regular form thoe- presiet Indulged (s et
single relative In the diy. It was In a amoot elegant spread, prepredt W.S. atux Mls
desmotratUve of the high regard In under dNetmoo of tbha well-kaon and O w AP
which be was held by all. notwith- popular lodge caterer. M. I. s. aders. NIs 0I m lrA
standing the few little pedarit*are Mr. lAinders is a member of neatly g LAWBO
which he poemssed, bet whiel faded every seeree order in the eity, and hims a I,
te igalleonswe whe It Gomm to "rtie" an always in demsed up"a
*M-m. respect and ri04ldship. if ooer os of this kind, as he has pro.
rft. r sMut had an eMoan y e tle 1* himself a proeeslola)l when It
ety. he would be placed by bantodrd romes to prepanlg feats. Reallin2g
rtmdsL ihtis ability In thi direetmt. hise
Aeeording to armto mesa brother do mao b6;" to all upn
tmerof MMo Ver a n 1V X. of P.. him. This feast emprteed oysters. .
Osetr ladP No. II. 1. 0. 0. 0.. and lsamdwihe. eakes. fruits, te, ete., s*n
OCta Rabeah ge NL. 1.0. 0.a toem tigly prepared and served ^s"&Ie",V
V, of wheA ie ed was a *memr. and wae highly *eS ,Iedts
sembemd at the ledsw M at:. The uoa My* waIe" the old yeart
bern whoam they ar i oed M the eOt d te New r In. sa d u oe o
Sgimrs. whe m the lat feral appr to" A the asmmog cm Clefw.Mees
sose wee asI. to am., ths was a -1 deHuhtfal t
SRe. P m eIj% of Holy disatlTim. mad wl IM ebe roagembes. s

me ssereimso at the s04artli. a eg to h w bepremet i
b IsWiM ll I Il"M Ii bie_ v be o a
ewmed 0p nsa a .map"e of me* s p
ft" lapist s saw alt gW dissa Jan.Jo L-Chdsga wasWa very
d ten of mservism atOw mthe bris-. m embr . eyt
a .swr W Mpme he lrleebo tewr y sy a emed
ot the eGtermo. s' twWhe i u -- "ag gl" s
"-"the -"bo Pyse L to heis"1 sheb13311ir moWI4
w~s a sev. Vt matso nIN Ih e Rl l r fis
oe s tfe apt ba 4e0 00 %st "ovewe N
TUe v"s a mt pet nof W t *04I* to slld f the "
nsme as bo smoeps.Ma pmePu m pIMow am usGa o om em

0 l& s ths ftera s anew Owvimw aft nowlar. be he. bees
ON mm* e>af wN- was the be ws to 'be eampr k ofer me*K R. |
nirmu g oa the sWWer egr Io t Teer. *M atrtji hI- FIb s# o to bwI

incise of fta dme~ MI Me.
- ftraw m Hoistee. An
We beii fteP" bwps.
Aft" we"- M be i
'-ma MW "oftg"a m -m is
onft aMm"W 4w noon

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SReports of Cmnitt*e Showed
Church in inen Oudition.


Membership and Revenuee Have leon
Inereasd, And In Every Way Of-
floors Peeol Grateful for Condition of
Church Affair.
The board of stewards of the First
Methodist church held their regular
animall meeting on Monday afttempoon,
which was attended by an, and which
proved to be a most Interesting see
A. sl, as the church and Its affairs
were shown to be in a most Bfourish-
tg and prosperous condition.
At this meeting H. L. Pler was re-
elected chairman, and Ferdinahd
K Bayer secretary ani treasurer. Thaes
gentlemen have filled their respectUve
poaltis with credit and effciency,
and the board was unwilling to have
e them relinquish their duties, the
church having prospered' so under
their admlnlstration.
At this meeting the salary of the
pastor and all oohqr ooers of the
church was fixed for the coming year,
the salaries r alatug the same. It
might be Interesing to rtate In tl
connection that this chuteh is among
the best In the State, ranking with
the f at, In the salary of the pastor,
paying $1,60e.


G od People of Tiat Settlement Had
a Delightful Xmas Tree.
Rocky Point, Dec. 30.-The follow-
S lg is a program of the Rocky Point
4 ,Sunaday school entertainment, and the
writer wishes to state through your
colnlas that the children and yopng
people who prepared the program de-
seve especial praise and credit.
Their work was very excellent Indeed.
To the teachers who got up the
refreshments and decorations we want
to say we thank them In behalf of
the Sunday school.
To the classes that made such beau-
tiful prseeots to their teachers we will
ay that beatful thoughtfulness
shows a lovely spirit within.
To the Sunday school and Happy
Workers that thought of their offers
and teachers, we cannot And words'
adequate to express our pleasure and
joy at being so kindly remembered.
The superintendemt espelially desires
to express her thanks to her class for
the beautiful souvoeir they premsnted,
and to the school and Happy Workers
thoughts fail to express themselves.
for the pleasant surprtie they gave
her. The beautiful book will be lung
cherished as one of her dearest pos-
sessions, for it expresMe the love
that the Bunday i school holds for their
- superintendent.
0. A. Gleason made a very delight.
ful Santa Claus. and won the hearts
of the children at sight.
The Program-Part I.
Christmas Messe.
Song-"Chriatna itrJolclug," Schoodl.
Address of WekoeeM-Johin Samuel
(Chrlstmas Relitations and Drill--In
fast clas.
Recltatki- -lric Finney
Reritatkmion-J stlo DIrby
"The Child KlUng"-Oeorge Oeason.
Song-Teaches and lIUble lea.
"The Chrstmtas Mesage"-Dil.
Recitation TaIyklr ('rows.

.Do To OpM eour wouth I
Ufkea young bird and gulp down what-
ever food or medicine may be offered you ?
Or, do you want to know something of the
eomposition and character of that which
you take Into your stomack whether as
food or medlin,?Y
Most intelligent and sensible people
sow-a-days Insist on knowing what they
employ whether a food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
rightto lnsm uponauch knowledge. Sobe
pablisbetn east an ona each boule
wl wan w asode of

5(re of woman's peallar weak*
IM, ImruarlU and dengm te,
ivin rise to frequent hedaces, baek-
*ha dragging-dowa ps or distress aIn
lwsr abdominal r pelvic egion, seom-
pealed, ofttues, with a debillatian,
Svie, eaterral drain and kindred symp-
of weakaes, Dr. Pierme's Favorite
l tIs most eoelont remedy
I*t-e lect.ve aIn during painful
a a# Streongth to Imu"c
e preparing the sym
sMrfr ab'scoming,
a wdelaf elbirth s af ad com-
!rot l" The "Favorite Pro'
6 W illlteat, t reM Jt1eni0 6

i 6- atlmq 4 IhlCU Mad Invgoirsinu
I rotta nrwwatt naeur laliyttl
l ai,_ i ,on at VitIl danle, and
I *er vind aervous mpustion,

mae o u a by" at-
M- II o r d.t4TOs.mihi ogani.46dli
:;o ol o the
of whih
I rahvoflPtoree J t made for the
m dM for which It I clalaed
lto be am. o may read what they
I ay fib 1senzdin a postal card
IreQ e-st 9r a w kloet of extracts
From the l an otritia, to Dr. R. V.
Pierce, I nvd Hotel and 8urieal In-
potp t, LBulo N. Y..and It willsome to
you bwr et.n poet,

"Calling-up Central"-Gilbert Glea-

"Merry Christmas"-Martha Taylor.
"The Telephone Message"-Mabel
Bong-"Chriatmas Everywhere"-
"Btars on Christmas Eve'-Annie
"Christmas Eve"--Kate Crown.
"Santa Claus' Latest Team"-Willie
Recitation-Flossle Crowtn.
"The Greedy Boy"-Walter Crown.
"Two little Stockings"-Minnle
"The Garden of Toys"-Clara Mc-
"Greedy Jim"-Henry Oleason.
Song-"Light the Christmas Cand-
les." School.
Visit from Santa Claus and deliv-
ery of present.
Recitation "Night After Christ.
mas." Rosa Crown.
Rong-"Love Is the Key," School.
A few words from the superintend-
Personal Mention.
The illness of the beloved school
teacher. Misn Hayman. cast a shadow
over our community which softened
thebglow of our Christmas rejoeilnga.
The following Gainesville folks were
Christmas visitors here: Mrs. L. R.
Wimberly and daughters. Misses An-
nie and Ethel; Mrs. J A. leal and
lIdridge Reeves,. who is home on a
visit to his mother. Mrs. T. P. Davis,.
arrived Just in time to be present at
no beautiful Chrlistpliastr entertain-
A Card.
This Is to certify that all drtaigsta
arv authorised to refund your money If
roley's Honey and Tar falls to ere
your cough or cold.* It stop the cough.
heals the lungs and prevent *eritous
results fromt a cold Cures la grippe
coughs and prveots pneumoae and
cnuouptilon COntaina no opiate.


Melroes, December 28.-Christmas
day, 1W.7, was as perfect a day as
could be wished for. Everybody felt
good and no disturbance of any kind
marred the day, which was brought to
a happy close by a fine display of fre-
works. It was a great pity that Mr.
L. M. Pearsall of Wesfileld, N. J.,
could not be present to hear the
many exclamations of delight and
grateful expressions of the Melrose
people for the pleasure he gave them
with the very generous supply of fine
fireworks sent by him to celebrate the
Punctually at 6:30 p. m. the exhibi-
tion, In charge of W. H. Lee, began on
the lot frotUng the Huffman House,
lasting continuously for over an hour.
Tlnre were Catherine wheels of all
sies an4 colors, Bengal sad magnesila
lights devil amongst the tailors,
serpeatmines, Roman candles and'
firecrackers by the hundreds, etc.;
also some very curious snakeneets.
A large crowd was present, many
people coming in from the country to
enjoy the novel sight. Altogether, it
wa a great day for Melrose.
M as'M. Le Master, principal of the
Melroee school, left Thursday for the
btate teachers' meeting at St. Peters-
, Miss Cora Lyons, Atlanta, Ga., is a
new visitor at the Huffman House.
H. C. and Leo Grimes spent Monday
with their parents.'
Right Rev. E. Weed. Bishop of
Florida, wminold services In Melrose
on Jaauar12th.
Friends of Mrs. 0. M. King will be
pleased to hear of her safe arrival at
Tahiti on December 6th. She was due
at Auckland, New Zealand, about
Xmas time.

Speelal Announcement Regarding the
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
We are pleased to announce that
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs,
colds and lung troubles is not affected
by the National Pure Food and Drug
law as It contains no opiates or other
harmful drugs, and we recommend it
as a safe remedy for children and
adults. J. W. McCollum & Co.

Had Big Luck.
W. E. Baker and Dr. C. C. Barrs
have returned from Gulf Hammock,
sliero they have been on a hunting
exptdition for the past week. They
succeeded in killing two fine deer and
any quantity of sminall game. and re-
port a fine time altogether.

An Insidious Danger.
One of the worst features of
kidney trouble to that It is an lnsld-.
lous disease and before the victim
realize his danger he may have a
fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney
Cure at the first sign of trouble, as it
corrects Irregularities and prevents
Bright's disease and diabetes. J. W.
M Column A Co.

To Call Eatra ession.
Wawhinon, )er. ;. .--Governor
Sparks. If N.ivada. has wited president
Booseevet, i.jt he is BOw preparing a


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"The Htar of the 0u(t" -Ann'e The genuine a in a yellow package .
Crown. Refuse aulMtitlute J o W McCollum '
"StarU fur ('Criatma Trw'- lIa tn 1i Ittut
logsThe Caralval. cIompitIba
Sont-"Ilowil. behephers &.hcol r......n-g ,
a eA krft T1There Is little to be saW regarding
Prt i-4eta e Clas ~~earnial-. ich was diverted ta
*Merry hristmas. -wtM i Mrl t boda?
here' fore the beveit of the bohpital as-o:lh)
"tel Ca s ~a u Tay I mstolk b as there seems to be wy ted ,
^"taCTu R .ubi" VMa Talkw Ilittle to it However. what shows that
ul M Ak Nli rare he re are god. bet the starantl Ditu
iof thi_ 1 tlbn untetagel'nt, R th Aober& The tr
na. that there would be a "large a. gra.ath
lll Ml ru Ctrkm-a -as ti A made g ud. hea, ncA-mgnstI
T"- -l tw ,-r %thre, how. rr,, ve. d ,of e
As %A1a 41f(oV' tbW (OW fe KIwS herf V *
SW are all ri. , ad r-.n *.nd
I tw it hat- owe tbhem *leak I As
l me tie big' a 1 trmvs of tbhe altrartks
It a4'4v' t*at the an tlval attract.
R l ***i a**stie Ar v ehtirvly tIf hand of MA

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Prompt attention to all business.
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Notice i herebry gtvn that E. E Cannon,
bsleesr of Tax Crtloato No. 446,
withsl o4th day of July. A. D. 1M,
a ild ~ert e so In ofoe. and bha
Iade Iappoaon for tax deed to liues In so
ordeal e wih law. Samd certidsate embraces
0e foUowfa deporlbed property situate i in
Alehbus county, Florida, towic
Bel 4of Sw il-of Sw 1-4 See. 18 Tp. I S.. R.
I1-0 sores.
The satd land beings assewd at the date of
the I-M e of amoh cerfloate in twe name of
nlone i deryaiae @hall be redenedesao.
eorMdi o law. tax deed wiW itasue thereon on
the ilb day of Jaauary. A. D. liaw
WIMsU my oMotal etadsture and seal tble
She 1th day of Deeebaer. A. D. MrW.
b. H. WiENOS.
pd Clerk Circuit Court Alabhus Co., ila.
yU M. 8. CREVES. D t.

Nouoe n hereby givere that H. S Wanton,
purolmser of Tax Certlfuate No I4I,.
dated the Id dad of July. A. D. INN. ban
filed laid ertOfate in my offoe. anw
has made appliation for tax deed to Issue to
saoeoodaoe with law. Said certfloate am-
broos te followlnR described property altu-
ated lI Alaeba county. Piwida. t owit:
Ssrv e t e mo ornerofe 4 orse i4 See.
. Tp.IS.R. LaK
The Mid land beitn asmeed at the date of
the lssane of much oertilaeste in the name of
Uile samid oertlifae shall be redeemed so.
ooerdtl to law. tax deed will Mtue tbereon on
tbe Mti day of January. A D IS
Witae my oeIlal snmature and seal thi
the M1th day of DMm0ber. A. DL.IiN
p1 Clerk CareIlt (rourt Alaeoba Co ra.
By M. 8 CHEVES. D. C.

Land Otkso at OalntIavle. i'la.
November. UM
NotU la "I ereby ives that SMbppard W.
BaSe of Alashuas. Flor bhas aed no
%Me t hiss Inte1n to me SGal 'vs-year
U is pt of tl uU Ohis0 vi.: L omesed
bfiot g Nw M oof Jaos T tws.

rala h -gaauebe sno" hef me the i MA Radesilver HILL FOR DEVORML
ecto extra seasilo. Aevordat e Fesla. ait: EmJ an, in. In theCircuitsCourt, Eighth jueds Ciet.
t'~~~~~~~~~ 10 omnctint teUO h @o~u to pove ADslteba causty Florid-Ia Chaneeri
It 4t m~lu~ctin o he eaedmsneso 1 0 -- uluvatloe Dofela (rlmixae v To kieY Orblme-Omier of
1he troops will now be iiof00 She ia:dw l'obtleada. DIN H tr Divaree.
J. U. ftnwisC. F. PlUovd. W T. Wibk *and I rvalg y&svtsp~dt 0 i
reminn nat Goltlileldfor a i* U. W. Wbemal siofvAlsenmna. Medis te 210,N byafstait apned oammeSW eh
4roe weeks. KENRY a cS uu. neIalasr.(I. lle. tae defendants hee O nMe.In
--eddentof the State 611=4L ame heba
t4OTICU MPIMUCATION. bwos abse"sfor am"rethan dzwdesnx
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itemofthe madtisTe am" o hat thee
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Under and pursuant to decree of
the Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of the
Circuit Court ot the Bighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, made and render-
ed on the 1st day of November, A. D
1907, wherein Emeve Crouch et al.,
minors, by their next friend,' H. L.
Erckman, are complainants, and Har-
riet W. Crouch is defendant; and
wherein the undierstled were ap
pointed as CommlssIoner to sell at
public out-cry the property herein.
after described, we the said Conm-
missioners, will on Monday, the fth
day of January, A. D. 1Q8, sell at
public out-cry before the Court House
door in the City of Oainesvllle, in
Alachua county, Florida, that certain
lot, tract, piece, or parcel of land,
situated, lying and being In the coun-
ty of Alachua, State of Florida, anid
particularly known, distinguished,
and desecrbed as being the North
Half (N%) of Lot number T enty-
six (26). Mackey apd Hudson Tact,
and containing twenty (20) acres of
land, more or less, to the highest and
best bidder therefore, for cash. Said
sale being made for the purpose of
partition and divislbn thereof to and
among the respective heirs Interested,
in proportion to their shares or inter-
est therein,
This 2nd day of December, A. D.
1907. 0. P. CANNON,

Bids are wanted by the Board of
County Commissioners of Alachua
county for the services of two road
overseers for the ensuing year. Bids
must be handed to the Clerk of the
Circuit Court not later than Monday,
Jan. 6, 1908. The Board reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
Done by order of the Board this
2nd day of December, 1907.
Ch'n. Board County Commissioners.
Attest: S. H. WINNOWS, Clerk.

At the next regular meet g of the
Board of County Commisslonern, to be
held on Tuesday, the 7th day of Jan-
uary, 1908, bids will be received for
hire of convicts for ensuing year. All
bids should be paled and addressed
to S. II. Wienges* County Clerk, and
must be in hand by Jan. 6, 1908. Any
desired Information can be obtained
from him. The right to reject any or
all bids is reserved.
Ch'n. Board County Commissioners.
Attest: 8. H. WIEIIGES, Clerk.

In the ('ioult Court. Elfbtb Judieial Circuit.
Alachuia ,unty. Plorlda.-In Chanoery -
KIIle OB1 lerv r. John J. Bauley.-Order
of Publi<'Uqg. JMIor DIvo-e.
It appearing by afdavlt appeded to tb,
hill filed In the above stated eats that John
J Bazlev. the defendant tbereln named. in a
resident of the State of Plorilda tslt be hba
been sent for more than mxity dasm next
ptecrdtln t (Wrder of PbUelto oand It
concealing ibiel so tbhat servtIe of proome ,
cannot he made upon him and ttat there fa no
peAin In the State of Florida tbs w vtoe of a
submo'na on whon hlnd sa l defendant. and it
uver the aow ef ,I years: It is the roreo oreled
that %aid resident 'e'endeant t and be is bhe-
bh reoiulred to appear to the Bill of Comp(alot
filed in said sauqe on or before Monday. the
6th dar of Januarry. A D le. atherwte the
alegUoi of aid bill will be talS n eascou-
fmed by said defendant.
It i fir -teroreerei that this order be pub-
IMtid once a week for luur cobieeutive
weekin n The laaeavile Ru. a newspaper
punished in maid county and l9ate.
This Dre mber bad. iS1R.
%. H. WICNOUG flerk Cireut rCowa.
A true copy of ortigal.
(Seaol 8. H. WINOGS., Ulerk C te Oourt
BT M. f CoruV D. ,
H. 0 MASON, .Sorr. for CorIsr'.


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SIIN: "JANUARY 2:19"18


Halcyon Hall at Miama will open for
the season on the 10th of January.
This hotel was one of the properties
involved by the failure of the Fort
Dallas National Bank.

Daytona. Fort Pierce and West
Palm Beach city councils have passed
ordinances compelling property o'vn-
oer on the principal streets to have
cement sidewalks laid.

While the fair Is in progress Tampa
will entertain the German. Spanish
and Italian ambassadors, William Jen-
'lang Bryan, Governor Hoke Smith
and many other notables.

The Pensacola navy yards are get-
ing the gunboat Machias In a sea-
worthy condition in order that she
x*y depart for the New York navy
yards, where she will be completed.

The plant and property of the Pensa-
cola Water Company, which has been
purchased by the city, will be turned
ever to the city on the first of the
year. This will mark the first owner-
ship of a public utility by the city.

The Ministerial Association of Mi-
ami has planned for the greatest un-
Iob revival meeting ever held In that
city. A monster tent seating over
1,500 l people will be erected. The
leading evangelists of the world will
be present -
The Florida East Coast railway has
discontinued the photograph feature
of their mileage books. Heretofore
passengers have been required to
tarnish their photograph to be posted
conspicuously upon a sheet In the
mileage book. -
The steamer Montauk of (he P. and
0. Steamship Line, which will be put
on the run between Knight's Key and
Key West. has arrived at Knight's
Key. The Montauk tos a modern sea
vessel and will become quite popular
with the traveling public.

Thomas 8. Parvin. treasurer of the
Victor Talking Machine Company. is
It Jacksonville aboard his trim little
yacht. Hasel. from Philadelphia. The
Hazel has Just completed a voyage of
3,00o miles without a single accident
to mar the pleasure of the trip.

Mr. George la Fortune, for many
years boatman in the waters of Nas-
sau. St. Mary's and St. Johi's rivers,
has mysteriously disappeared, and his
whereabouts are beyond the discovery
oef many who have been In search of
him or his body for the past several
days1 ---
Citizens of Pensacola are very in.
dignant at the dertructiou of property
tu Lee square Chrtatmas eve. The
two cannon that were recently placed
laere were thrown fromhbeir mount-
ings arl damaged. It will go quite
bard with the vandals if they are ap-
prehended. -
Interest in the Florida Mid-Winter
Exposition in Jacksonville has spread
from Florida Into Georgia. A special
committee from the Savannah Cham-
her of Conmerce bas arranged fur a
Savannah day at the exposition and
Valdosta has also taken up the matter
ef a special da

A rewt Iassue of The St. Petertburg
Independent says: "Today marks the
seventh year since L C. Hefnwr ar.
rivred in the rity. He says he came
with but fifteen emnts to his mame. To
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elidentally killed. Pickering, accord-
'in# to reports, and his brother had
become involved In a quarrel over
some trivial matter, and wer, in the
act of striking when Arthur Pictoering.
who had a shot un in his hands. re-
versed the weapon and granting it by


Uto carry a check-book.
n't carry your "wad"
around with you-it may get
lost or stolen. Bank your
money and check it out as re-
quired. Nothing like paying
your bills by check; it gives
you a receipt every time.
Open an account with us;
it will teach you economy,
help your credit, and protect
your funds against robbery.

The Dutton Bank

ulnitarium will be open the year
round. The St.' Petersburg Independ-
ent, commenting on the matter, says:
"This is the biggest project which has
come to 8L Petersburg In the history
of the city."

Florlda has during recent years be.
come recognized as one of the greatest
celery-producng sections of the world,
even rivaling the neighborhood of
Kalamasoo Mich., In this line. Owing
to the areit value of the crop, and the
desire to advertise and Increase the
annual output, the railroads have ar-
ranged an excursion from Kalamasoo
and section to Tanma. which will be
taken advantage of by a large number
of experienced celery growers of that
section. quite a number of whom may
be Induced to locate In tha celery-pro.
during sections of lornida.

Sheriff Perry and Deputy Babate of
St. Johns county had an exciting time
ha the woods last Friday night in
search of a negro criminal whom they
caughL The sheriff received word
that John Thouras had shot a fellow
negro at the Cumier Lumber Comn
pany'k camp near alakereville, and that
the Injured negro was liable to die.
The offltre located Thomas' oabt in
the woods, but as they approached the
lamp nla the bouse was put out and
Thomas tried to make ble esrape In
the dark. The oMffer were too quick
for the man. and captured him before
be had gotten far. Thomas is In aJl
and will be held awaiting the result
of his victim's Injury.

Aaron W Roster, a farmer living
near atlford. was killed last Prday
night by a train on tbh Atlantic Coast
Line railway The fearful trapdy
took ptlae at II o'clock at alght. hut
nothing was known of It for two or
three hours afterward. wbhn Jud
Itrovwalin reuraela from a party,
eamne spon parts of ti magled body.
TYOng Ifrowanig reported his -re*

the barrel, was using the sto,.c with
which to keep hi brother from reach.
ag' him br shoving him off. when sud-
denly the gun was discharged. the con-
tents entering the abdomen. The
young man was timedlately taken
to his hme, where #a died about three
hours later. 'Th deceased was only
14 years old. and was a quiet and
gentlemanly young man who hadi many
friends In that sections.

As Mrs. J. B. ShUling. with her two
small children. passed the corner of
Franklyn and Kay Streets In Tampa.
an unknown man, salad to have beep
a negro'or dark complected foreignet.
rushed at the lady and grabbed at her
purse and a diamond ring which she
wore. The courageous lady, though
almost unnerved br the attack of the
man. grappled with tim and managed
to hold fast to her purse and ring.
meanwhile screamlmg for aid. Several
citiaen ran to hbe rescue, but not
until the thief had escaped through an
alley with Mrs. Shilling's purse, which
he only succeeded i wrenching from
her after almost strangling her. and
then only through the breaking off of
Its handle, which was left in the tight
grasp of the lady's hand when the
puree-snatcher ran .

Last Sunday #a Mr. Clarence W.
Willlamson was croseling Orange river
near his home, his attention was at-
tracted by some object floating in the
water. He went tad palled the object
out and was horrified to find the un-
conscious body of his little son. The
father grasped the child in his arms
and ran to the hoase. I)r. ltrecht of
this city was summoned and in little
over an hour's time the faithful physi-
cian was there and began the work
of reviving the child. Dr. D. F. fBuck
happened along a abort time after the
accident occurred, and was working to
revive the child wvie Dr. Brecht ar.
rived. Between them they suceeeded
in bringing the little follow around.
and made the food parents happy by
restoring him to life. It was a nar-
row escape, however, and caused a
great shock to the father and mother.
-Fort Myers Press.

George S1eley. a young white man
of Jacksovurile, is held at police head.
quarters upon a charge of alleged em-
beaslement. He was employed as a
timekeeper by the Gulf Refining Comn-
pany and when he left was Is
short. About a week ago Seeley
went to the Kaufman Metal Works
and applied for work. when he was
sent out to buy empty oil barrels.
Friday night the young man visited
the wareboMgt of the metal company
and finding the negro nalghtwatebman
be told him his plan. wMho was to
roll out a large number'ofl the coe.
pany's barrels sad mll fthe back to
the company Into the mortnig. The
negro wateham refused to take part
In the affair ad report the scheme
to Mr. Kaufma Ito the moingl with
the result that Meeley eo* fmoud hi*m.
self anter arreet. The pcMle charge
against him Is the embeeMleenwt of is
from the Gulf Refltnig Oompany.

The body of
a- employee sf
vtUle raroad
aftaem m il a
Coa thrmgh

atmuel Prka, colored.
te 4ite66we m Nabsh
was fud late Peday
swamp aI of Peas&a
he falkhbat esf a

day be Maa0On te orgOK 804 umt SOONRed W PPwu N W SS D hunting4M 9Ownd hIWthe we.
p"veus grocerMswdmeathot.balmad Mi am instlgao V"a" atmo" Wn-F WM I.reither M I -s14e1- I ffmud-
sser""In Mouth FlOrida.I sittuted.The snto"tummt. *"' &NM chY t....M Ueft be W*Mt
l#fUa' to'y'a lipk"Mesby Othe hea641110 MW aeft01661 b
skLeet DeBOIL aeboomof Jackson- rfregttrain that hAdw jameS bowr him,,n1 r to a heomot. The 4mg
villis. coalS not rveeat the toutatIWOmbet I Oug% of the head sMW be.wint!,eq"T gWV~muIWg. ?tamed em' mat
W stealsowe frv esx iutry a SM100loftI late," to 6a1012.of r~~~mby SI .g om "be W @11lef sow,.anOWWas
trombm Oploors-mukRiohd-bcw bOhad knows hia. a ew-M elIwOtf b
Km& Couaroi-wlth the romithat Namnapbee adua eIvn
speet the might at pollee hmdqiafll., Oehrie4laCAskmdms. wakwho jled .~, hot n j'adoe n OY o
there to pas.4eibow WOMi a hy wunuswAid P1 b FLiitwsa of Of AMguesin.'the ye .beans. uo ce~ Me
last@ *be* coeked uwfmsd &4broun tivwer eitewe Vpeasomn, ha. hope W.at-honeaeft
restd ed mdIs ItoJal toI9'ebsIkb. .4d$&htuotoWe y I p 'sk4 fedtm
'4A S0N8.il A 70 ycan MMmof Pat iherPOO -Perr' 'XOLJ06". camay s4M .bft Rft wesoft It OW heMM.
mpensarola. wwcah ta btidb Aul an hu oo a'" iIOw 585 d5Deou ad Owa shmeuot a- asft Ns oti.
knwun egro at 11w vw'nvf of 01%flow eetiS SM6te to lN&M10 "eQm the alwodisep-e------ Asa*'
anD IbwgAao strvots 7vcm what can tr ta tePVrMme Evey ~. 900won" hworbd No en hopome.b~
It@?ar~e~ h aseat 013u'em We Y'1008 W IV torapterv the. crimawa whiftn they 491" i" ofdugOw houl
ManO USA Wftttmst 11l '75 @~t mThe cime w i is&ua& OM~t*AUM hO4t 00- Sme #MM JWV W #SteN
cladlttim of the vqMsai dt of w. srow raiColmh "eIbishiamu" @aed wo d) MftS N
Orenk so a. lb.ht'. dic, s ir4 o,4rato vwet to Itly st? whvbe h ~srvamkxwa&I -@Iat S e Mesad w !"A!.v
to AZT er-St jdj % ObVS1aV&WI V 4@ O' Oe60whOmWhe Mg be ld -IaWaySe, 11U ift fgftg
.4 to Ameawv Ibthts"KEthMANi4806"ed.. Mi gfto g. uhe WMSa
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h.be ehsdat IUt) M& upeft amv is4Awv~hwTwo" NOR H.we*alomM. w& % Pro--4 ft w

She e~1iM Of a masafts ~o atei to S a wr animal. wisha w*6 en ol Sead up.
Satg&eCrek iMea ArrueM red w-rVa- V 4 dw "
we Sambe wmode Ow Ow inserwSI AudW fPbh's -6. a eee we Ow Oft*Nohe .s9 km
aw mo ~ bosomad isnps T%* 4 am of em Pw 00 w WM es as.os. f.i





To Vi~it Our Store ad Inspect Our
Line of UjoOdA, Consistinlg of. ...

my amuNisE cMem, ETC m.

We pronlie y I Pt)lite Attention
andt lowest Pree .... . ....... .


twenty feet distant, mad the authori-
ties are at a lop to understand wheth.
er the death of the negro was caused


As Seen as Man Was Jilted He Se.

by an accident or murder. osam Murewdeue.
....-. Ahington, Mass. Dee. 31. -4Ml
Carrie Natlen Rdith M. Astly, elitgteen years od
Certainly smashed a hole In the age, died t5iindlay from a bullet wound
bar-rooms of Kansas, but Itallard's. Inflicted atsriay r.ilbt by her.lover,
Horoehod Syrup has smashed all ree S. lsul te',:n, twent-ne years of
ords as a .rme for oo8ghs, bwehltlbtis. '. Rocklasm. who killed ilmei
Il1e10a and all pulmonary dinese. I lotbedairly a r sad tsag t'd ItsI
T. C. H.-. Herton. Kanss, writes: i:3 h:b soid sh0e teW herb er
*1 have sever foad4 a medicine tat that he m st sive ber up and tht be
would "are a agh quIlyel as Ial thom n wa Lot hr. worker. Mise
hard's Horehound Syrup. I have sead t tan s awhues of o e clmse ui
it for years." odd by W. M. Johnaon. 0IS of the Abiagto1 eigh school.
S1 1Lumber Pent ares,
liseroed. Va., Doe. Il--'irebroke N Mew to Aveld AppetdlUs
ouwt Isday slgt at 11:30 to U lkack M- t 'tMMms f a diutIU area
eers aheine and4 IA e,r past, a oe who are --|.ii_ -7patled.
oaIalSg B. A. Sauaers r us' comsasy Ortno Laxative r ra Syu eure
warehusesI la the busnlase part of tUe shromle eoMJIpatUem h etItoSltla
city. lrr a tort ltme the lower patl the liver ad bowels and restore Se
f te aws was threeae, but bu tr b atural Wtoni f I0e ve. OOrb
and the ock workoft the ire dpmrt ,Lsaive Fru(it Syg nae nomt a.O
mee preaete Mertosses da sm seMate M or wSi aW in m sao ppasma
j riapm eeadhse4, t1o Slcekr's pls ge ho Dfuse sBt J. w
and the loe 1 tim gd t sIr i Cu i o l W
All lhe Wee I
-- "--, ... Nor .. meek esmeer h 0be edoess
dsmme plays a mees pe mbW pa r hem he hew e teaitthWS
-a lsttWo m &W ma N _
*eleak quininet mad all pal e sl,* alsh thJS ^^ tt
Iaty *t try N ad yes w aiN __ _____i__
e it. Ayboty w(ho -h e 1-4 Il,,,,, ,_ , -
lard's tew iNRsW to a aliiag prftM
of w It N does. OWr a bom.wle. no T. F.
Iee ad 1t.0. Old hI W M. Job-a.
,. \ilW IUirflTAI e Pr

The am eh me tWso ftwba
he snow.91 PeIdMbi oe~Aaftell "0
OWn AII peO "Mhe ae ties .b~ii
seed so few o w *Sgo &or .1w a
Paltry se04 eV". rness ORif vi 116I
so betod op" e~is 4aMm ow eltr w
at wo y feeal It I o 0s o 6SuesiEov &wa
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.tteon of Generan interet Gath.
wred by Our Reportm.




What Hae Happened and What Is
Going to Happen Toeid in Short Pars.
graphse o That "He Who Runs May
Reosa It In The Siua.
Jroift,wese Doagt Su.:
, John F. eagle oas returned from
Pal Beach, where te has boee on a
bSsiamt visit to his parents, Mr. and
"rs. F. V. Seagle.
J. P. O'Dell of Micanopy, the clever
agent of the Tampa and Jacksonville
railroad at that point, was a business
visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
R. M. Chambertn and Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph W. Chamberlin of Tsooma fav-
ored Gainesville with a visit Sunday,
returning on the afternoon train.
H. M. Chitty and sister, Mrs. J.
letchber Hill, left yesterday for Flem-
lngtqa, having been summoned on c.-
cowit of the illness of their sister,
Mro. W. D. Matthews.
Conductor J. B. Haddock of Rich-
mnd., Va., has arrived In the city.
Mrs. Haddock eas beeol here for sev.
eral days, a guest of her parents,
Judge and Mrs. H. C. Mason.
Mrs. J. R. Emerson returned yester-
day from Micanopy. She was accom-
paned house by her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Henry BSmpson, and baby, whom
she has been visiting in Miganopy.
Misses Annie and Ada Price, two
popular young ladles of Wade, were
bopping and visiting friends in this
ety yesterday. Both the young ladles
are school teachers, and have made a
great success at the profession.
Tax Collector Dicklnson aadl Tax
Assesr Oolson, two of the most act-
Ive olfcials in the county, left yester.
day for Alaobua, Willeford and Bell,
where they will spend the remainday
of the week on official business.
Oeo. Estabrook Is spending a few
days ia West florida. Mr. ICstabrook,
who owns a mlce farm about two
miles west of the city, has established
a dairy, and has gone to that section
top0k after the purchase of some
tae Jereey caiSe. *
J. Fletebor HID and Brnest McRae
have returned fronm Banta Fe ham.
mock, where they have been on a
hunting and camping expedition for
the past three or four days. They re,
port game smaroe In that wetiho Just
now, and appear to be disappilnted
nl their luck.
The meeting of the Alachua County
P. E. & C. U. Satlety, which was called
to meet with the Jaivllle local, three
mll southeast of Bell. on Friday.
January 3. 19s. has been postponed
autil Tuesday. January 7. to which
meeting every Ualon in the county is
requested to maed a full delegation.
Mia Claude ltradley. the accomplish-
/ed and popular young daughter of

with the progress of (alhie'viivlle since
leaving here. Pr Jarvis says he lilro
In the tb,'tO tow in It orgia. hbut that
he etwitI'.*'V (;aistill.e to Imw the best
town in the South. In proeo)rtion tu
Mr. and Mrs ( C l eey and so,".
formerly of this city but who for the'
iast year have t'-Wn reohlimlig in At.
lanta and el'set here. have rteureed.

Sciopmnie'nt r that secttion of the (econl-
A ,I. M! l,;tiill and family have'
naI m d into the ihIngston cottage.
Nor-h I'mi 'r.ity street Mr. McDamai
lel is one of the valued employes of
the (alnestlilte Phlaning and CoMin
Friends of .1 II. Morton. West Me-
'Cornic-k sir,,tI. will regret very much
Int Ilarn( if il t 111ikn llip hasi temn

have II
late aft
hotly c

Mr. and Mrs. R. 8 lradley, Waer. and are pl~e.amitl located at 4 ...... ... I i
oota, wa it uhi g iii thi city yett. Wt'et Maln street N Mr My ha.s r.. quite Ill for the past two or tre tenplat
day. Misae tralh') i now employed suntid his ixjpltk)a with the (illne. day. but it is ho.ed that lie will Pms doubt
as a sWtemerapbor ia Jacksonville. vlll. Uas sand Kle'tri lightt Cotumai )6o imnip-rved memblw
where she has made quite a success. Frieds of the family are glad to wel. Misses %itelle iCppwroon of lronson out th<
bhe is on a visit to her parents ftwor ce them again and Ren tCari.wnt>lr of St Petersburg. city.
tae odays T W. Winn. the cl'vr anid ef t char t youngladies ar here
FruMO we ba b ~slm.: clesat lumber Inspector for lPhillip's amid on a visit t, Judge amid Mrs. Syd I.
fft "^ Am.' clM la lu' or f" P ~tps andCarter. at their comfortable home in A msud
D. M. Phier ato Windsor was trading Meracheru. stopped oser here for a C a ;.ancm f str
t the city yeet rday. few hours *en rmute from Jacksontlle. f, lns I le. .trets
Burrell Wistaas of hague was trad wher" he has won luspectintn a qtua l Mlst t Ue Smith. one of the 1 iO I t IIe
ltag ia the city yesterday., tity of lumber loaded frw Plhiiadelphl.a rest teachers it the Iltgh springs there w
P. M. 'vkA of Hague was transact- Tom. who ti a gtmd fellow ad a hlol who htt her pam endit Mr and the a bra
tag blaesas s this city yesterday. scribwr to The Sun. ha. many friend. Mrs so...iltth, returned to her hand b
Oahs. W' Wrs. of Alarasv was ahre '.o are alw glad to htm; iut>es. .it.r. versity
bedsest. Wtto evtla Uta t hbut asldont hate an oplrIbein!t4 ,* ,q
belamPes. stu to tiuse'i tle mMoada e hi tI hil. CSt atth rrm,.'rk.b,. JC I11,'j. a prominent furniture' ,quar
T. M. VOmable and J U itvllie ulart ile tir Aof .s.' .Mville. as a busine' t u of
we Is the city frum Arredodo ye berifl t, ll^ it,, rt ultr to the, rty yesterday He has 1ho cA
1(rtthar it l e llWhere ho urn for % sIII*for o-me tWarthe an
J. l Pgate of Alachus a as n t n from Jacksotlile where he w.tt f..r a""* b*n hsh I.'e*'sald fr l, tihe tlrog opl
J.im Iw thA i..r r*.ne! w11 '. gh ,,l..se, Utth th.,' r, 't-
edly M day Sd mado The tual a Jim t rw t he tw h tarn i r th .'s twt *:.,de hr e"ned
mahu the murder of l..i a Wa.-higtaton st iiderati
ch.. y has r ^ \,,, t..r I: ane4r%xrdlX tirtnd. I.' l'rry M t'oli *hei o l ,. tt I
IP. It (rawrd beas returaday froreIm king hi s.e-,, ant!d h, o ., ar & ," 1t ,-'. 'r.k- Mi.-h 1ill b t tk- th
Moathr wa he p.(N.t( a day orjrV P It ll IX a ,I U 4,-a l. *IIlt A.' ;I t, ,'% lie 1% C"llpif Sh4 1 ,1
two plasasur i Ieulktt .f wh0th hls aireT-ad hu.'e "! RI L T1TeI a well kflmWl. inrviantant nmall In The 1tu.'I. It min a3. 1 the. tNk a f<. ~ ago but rallHd anAlI ~
of Tr"iseoa. wa trasasetiigg l'ualnett* s tr~it l'r tnhiell *st.ts itlat utlr t1%t 'tN, a -grat-t dal be-tt.er
Ia thi city MeadaY r .' to4d hint he did it klil the woman 1 I .,.* "'t c t..tr' ;.r la. k I

who has built inoit of our side-
did the work. and he Is to be
ulated on an excellent job.
members, nearly all of whom
Little oliportunity for physical
e out of doors, are apparently
astic over the sport. and. In
rence. the early morning and
'ternoon hours witness some
Ointeted games.
said that a tournament la con-
ed in the near future and no
this would tend to put the
ro on their mettle and bring
e latent tennis talent in our

They Made a Noise.

Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Cone and chil. culture. He states, however, that the! ESTRAYED-On Christmas night, one
dren of Raleigh were In the city on crop was far short this season, owing black horse mule about 14 hands high, 9
a visit to relatives yesterday. to the continued drought through the years old, war on hind foot. Also one
Mo. and Mrs. H. 0. Drummond of spring an summi,,er. The fruit was dark bay or black mare mule about 12
Chiefland, Levy county, are in the fine, however. i year old, sore on left shoulder. Finder
city on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Col. Geo. A. Jobes of Greenville, 0., will please return them to ue at High
Clyatt. who has been here on a visit to his'pringp and get reward. W. M. DA-
Mrs. J. Sidney Ralph of Ocala has family for the past few days, has gone VI).).N
been, n the city for the past few days, to St. Augustine from whence he Mr. and Mrs. Haddock, Richmond,
a guest of Col. and Mrs. E. C. F. will return too bis home. Mrs. Jobes Va., who have been here on a visit to
Sanchez. ani children have been pleasantlythe former's parents, Judge and Mrs.
W. A. crff, a well-known drug located here for some time'at the. H. G. Mason, left for their home Tues-
gist of Micanopy, was among those home f M s. Robt. McClellan, having' day. Both Mr. Haddock and his
who spent yesterdayIn this city on :been attracted here by the superior estimable wife have many friends
who spent yesterday In this city on educational advantages offered by the' here who were glad to welcome them,
business. University and high school. Col. as well as sorry to see them leave.
Miss Estelle Beale has returned Jobes is a prominent lawyer of Ohio. A. R. Harper and son, A. R., Jr.,
from Alachua, where she has been on 'This was his first visit here, and he have returned from Rome, Ga., where
a pleasant visit to her friend, Mis as well pleased, they have been on a visit to the fore
Minnie ShawlCollins and D. M. to A r ) *n: her's mother, Mrs. A. T. Harper, and $
welJ. T.known citizens of Rochelle, were Mrs. L M. McKinney and son of number of his sisters. Mr. Harper
well-known citspents of Rochellerday in were in the city yesterday. states that Rome, which is his old
among the who spent yesterday in I.. Matthews of Tacoma was home, is a fine little city, but he is
the county metropolis. among those who spent yesterday in glad to get back to Gainesville, where
J. L. Boulware left yesterday for this city. he can breathe pure Florida air once
Lake View, where he will remain for l. L Hill has moved from 809 North more.
a day or two as the guest of his University street to 109 North Unlver.- captain A. Paul, special agent of
friend, F. F. Pulling. sity street. the United States land office, has re-
P. F. Paulllv of Lake View, the effl. Mrs. I, B. Ratteree left yesterday turned from points in West Florida
ctit county commissioner from the for McIntosh, where e will visit her and Alabama, going as far North as
Hawthorn district, was in the city son, R. P. Ratteree. Montgomery. He states that the
on business yesterday. attere weather has been very bad in the sec-
Mr. bu A. Marks and on Cay. A., F. N. Buckalew of Coleman, Fla., tons visited, both In Florida and Ala-
Jr., after a pleasant sit to the frm was town yesterday and made The bama, but that, inasmuch as the farm-
ers parents, Mr. Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Sun an agreeable call. er had gathered their crops, but lit-
r., have returned to ther home at Mrs. W. T. Zetrouer has gone to tie damage was done.
Wtldo. Rochelle, where she will spend a few ----
Mr. Rtg ad family have ar.day on a visit to relatives. ENJOYED THEMSELVES.
rived in tl city from Virginia, and Misses Katie Iirrl.and Gladys Me-
will make this their Suture home. Farland are in Arredondo on a brief Several Families Spent New Year's at
They are lasatly located at 500 E. visit to Mr. and NMIri. W. T. Chesnut. Rocky Point.
Semnairy street Teachers can have their report Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McDonald. who
Miss Mary Phlfer, a student of the cards printed at The Sun office at very reside on C. W. McD6nald's place at
WdeseMy Premale College of Macon. low price. Sample form and prices Rocky Point, had the pleasure of
, left yeasterd for Macon to re on application. welcoming a number of visitors to
sume her styles, after spending the Budded pewan tr-, of thi leading, va. the place yesterday, who spent the
holiday with relatives here. rictles for ale at r*,,hntl Iprivo the re-. day in a most enjoyable manner. The
MIss May Mauler of Hampton hon. mainder of the ".i>. F. E. k. St Missored Gainesvily Mle with her presence Campvilk, Fla. and family, Dr. T. F. Thomas and fam-

yesterday. Minesll wit Maner pr a teacher James Collier ot Otter Creek, levy ily, C. W. McDonald and family, Mr.
by profession, and will no doubt ac- county, was In the city yesterday, and and Mre. J. W. Alsop, Mrs. Hall. G.
byt a posUion wn this count y. while here purchia-d a fine headstone A. Gleason and children, and S. 1).
pt A position and this cou W Harvey, for the grave of his devoted wife. McDonald and family. The party
tw. A. wellGodwin citizens of the Waldo Mrs. Mary THarvey and Major and t the day hunting, at noon par-
two well-known citlsens of the Waldo r o < c taking of an elegant dinner which had
section, Were among the visitors to Mrs. W. L Floyd mdl children have re. taking of an elegant dinner which had
nvlle yesterday. While here tuned from Jk l where th en prepared by the ladies, compris-
Whil turned from Jak il, wheing turkey, quail, rabbit, and their
thaiy made The Sun an agreeable call, spent few day. delightfully with ing turkey, qual, rabbit, and ther
having their names added to the sub- relatives and frills nderth e shade of theich majestic oaks.
scription list of the semi-weekly Dr. V.C. Johnsion of Mieanopy. one The sportsmen in the party had
edition. of the leading citizens of that pro- fairly good luck, killing a large namm-
Miss Alma Fennell. who has been gressive town,. asu I the city on i1)11- ber of rabhdt and a few quail. it was
In this city with her parents. Hheriff n"e yeterdl;y Hte dined with hs an oc ('asio that will long remain fresh
and Mrs. L. W. Fennell. during the, brother, Dr. W. M. Johnton. In the memory of each one present.
holidays, has returned to Macon. Ga.. Subscribers on rural free delivery
where onse Is attending the W\Veleyan routes can send in their subscriptions CEMENT TENNIS COURT.
Female College. tisa Fennell's by the mail carriers. Persons who
friends were dellahted o welcolae her desire The Sun on such routes can Members of The Tennis Club Will
during the holidays. also send money by the carriers. Now Have Some Fine Sport.
Dr. Harry 1.. Jarvis. dentist, former t'. E. Mihlt)Ii. the mill man of Mie' The Te'nnis Club. compo)ed4 of about
ty of this city., where he wlas reared, "opy. wiis a"olnlsg thom,, who I'spent a dosen prominent young tnen, has
but now of Dulton. (a who ins liond. yesterdayy Iu this city Mr. Melton just completed ione of the finest cr-
Ing his vacation here, It well released hais done a s ratt deadl to ard. the' dt- ment courts in the South. Mr. Me-

den and boisterous no Ie on our -
ye'tetday morning created a May 0e to aurepe.
im among our citlases that Among the promaeat people who
as something In the nature of are vlattag the city are Mr. aad Mrs.
band in town This suspicion John W. Utel of White prisag, wr
on realized. when a cokwel are guests of their seo, Joeepk4W.
ioe around the corner of L'n- Rttel. at the Brows Hoen. They oma
street and marched around the the famous NHams Hotel at White
It proved to be an aggreg- Springs. but have recently rested the
olkored people from Hawthorn. saw to Mr and Mrs. L P. Wagomer.
am oer to play for answ fuse- wnh will coodart It In the faturv. Mr.
ong the lodges of the colored sad Mrs. ittel will rma b here for
The iemiers cannot yet beta few days. whBe they will preMy
musktasms but taking Into cou. o to their elegant resevatn to
km the "act that one of them Fairhope. Ala. where thty own a hem
the bnd had oaly been t prae- tiful home They have no dedbte
Tr, weeks. the dietlrscy may plans for the future. and may go l6
rooked Thety made a nt*. :,:r,--e.

Will Grew Colery.
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get the famous "LILY
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Interesting Matter Which Will Prob-
ably Prove of Value.
The Scientific American, one of
America's leading publications,' has
a great deal to say about the eclipses
of the sun during the present year.
This article contains a great deal of
information of usefulness to the peo-
ple of this section, especially the
farmers, as they are governed by "the
sun and the moon."
This report shows that the first
eclipse will be a total one, occurring
on January 3. In the morning. The
second eclipse will be the annual
eclip-se, June 29. but no hour is given
for this Fse('tIon of the country. The
third eclil|pse will be the Luna apulse,
December 7. at which no hour sl
given, and the last will occur on De-
cember 27, and In this Instance no
hour is given.
This is the official report, and no
matter what hour the eclipses occur.
they may be exM'ceti'd on the dates
narned. *

Have Moved to Live Oak.
J K. Abrams and family who have
been residin iu this city for the last
two years, have returned to jheir
f,)rmer home in Live Onk, where Mr.
Abrams has accepted a position with
J. H. Barton & Co.. furniture and hard-
warA. 'Ilc as manager of the Gaines-
ville Purniture Company here for the
past yeti. Mr. Abrams is succeeded
aq manager of this popular Anrm by L.
J Clyatt. one of the stockholders, who
is well known and popular. Mr.
Clyatt has been connected with the"
firm as book-keeper for the pat few
months. but he lI well up nto the urnil
turE' Uln*.. and will no doubt make a
n.* sucrets in the management of the
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