The Gainesville sun

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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )

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Archived Monday issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection; these issues have been reproduced within the run of the daily ed. for the years <1905-1909> when the daily was not published on Mondays.
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Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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ABETX L W PEAS draw nitroten, from the

CIALIm"ING 0(rN PRTS F FORU air in large amounts, it sufficient.

fwthe Purp~m df AA. Sd neratryne Arid Happening From Various POTASH and phosphoric acid arm supplied
(SSetin 1f 0'-tatSYe.IS.#- to the plant.

RTS( WER MISSNG (o~wT s1;~AramtEx~tcti. MS MOTATEET The multitude of purposes served by the?
0 )&?MES A mIUINAG Things "Boiled Cw to suit the remarkible c wpea, aetold inthe 5pg
Is Nlw to Tinnirn On ET. ofFoer.Tcwae nc p g
r~. Is Faed ORNotS Busy Reader-Itemns of Interest toWrellde.(A OS) llCas.ilsta "T e ow P a" hchaQ
Salary Decemberw 2&. 1 All Classes __________ ow Pe, w ic a
40111ilt15tion held Jabemiftow fl hdW f q7vA4*g Jacksonville will play S;avannah a obtaine
ta# Frilday for the pair- _______________ turn game of t~ball on Christms tells of results obane romt
application for Stas. day.
S. em~~tof %he senior UA BODY LAID TO REST. Live Oak will have many sidewalksfetl in u. T eb o
ofthe waunly. Fwea'fLt ati .J hm-constructed of artilotal stone. (iood I
s el board present, comesnWsnod-tud da
ptR.3. Weeks, chiraln; V.t W- HedSirsy da free t arme ,,Kcing.
The uneal f Cptai Jon Jmes Wild turkeys are said to be q iit o
WJ.Martin, and Dr. Thomson fune ofeapthai woh o ameenrous In the Woods near Illouats. A~es.IAU IK
vigatiu It was ascertain- ourred while h" was in attendance at
to ponte of all schools had the Confederate V'eteramns' Reunion, Captain D. R. Edwards, a prominent
lm~wiltb the exception of Jaekwouille. was held from 'the Firs% c1isia of Lawtey, was takein to Jaak. H P4 n'; RHR.B S~E!es(...)
7 High School. the High Presbyterian Church, tis city, Satur. riday for burial. P
S~boo andthe Mcado y daf To'c~lock. Rev. Thoe. Park Hlay ION 1.4 willI have a seven-story K. of P. Elect of Officers-,.jg Christ. ~~EEB OR*
Poegular printed fornel officiating. The Interment was in buildinkatid Jseksonvilie will Ito her Ia ipesofMrhns ed by the board to the Evergreen cemetery, beside his de. foesr better. Come seven. ojlnn Afther, 1)"oember 16-Dr. D01,60 s. .....~4IT
esis e hoool, with the to. parted father, Wmn. N. Thompson, and eleven, making some repair. to his roosidena..
to eerm the report by this brother, Lock@. The funeral was well. SoS..,.of 'the people ()f Prnsacols are D)r. Wadiicli has been tloit. Ill fo.r
auI Saperinteodent Kelle07 attended, many of the older citlens aious to do something to prevent some days, but Is now otit again. !fome over Mareve 111dela Pbsef"
hat these institutions which havingt assembled to pay the last ad the return ol yellow fevt r to that city At thoo frst iniieeiin loDe'cember the,
oweretrnsby he 8rdT~pe~sto he eetstd pet yar.K. of K's eIectrd the following oflours J. A. CARLISLE, A
~e mdertunsb te 3d Wisetst the de fCeain Thump year 0 for the nozt mixmoo thei 0 .C,(1, 1) ATONYA A
heboard will be unable to ee- Wihtedaho CpanTon- pwav"f8 witndues went f rown Wood; N'. C S amn 1). Fleming; P're TO EYA A
$S*t aid for them. son there passes away one of Aiaeboa s e,3~'a'a the William 0.).F'in;M atA JWAdSiotum3s 9
the transition of the bosinees eounty's old eat and most widely known murder eac mg l1.0 ay;, of. F.,mn 1. "at A. ,i J %V Ari Relisa e so Io n 1111u1"
*be board war convend, a, landmarks. and his demise 'I uaivere blerey of the sourt Gom, 8. J. E. Wel;$. of '. R, it. Iilodil He Est aote, 0A
twas taken until Saturday, sally regretted. The floral decorations AIrc atr rtod i0n -,n 0.10., 0.J0 Covington; 1, G It. attended to. Offlooso
bed, a8hn the beainers wholln upo uit en the caftthihwr esl Miami, the, matrial or their A, Humaphries; Representative', I Wr office. OAINSSYU2.55
waptd, ndtheteches h t nd pofusie deostrae d they warm manufacture being, d with a May.
Itel reports In order and on file, thatndese. stl a mn amertin amount .. to make All the merchants aro displaying"Ri )N I AY ,
reive their pay for the month, frinds soign F RIADDYR
ir th111rt they may have the use of Lewis F. and S. B. Thoinpoon of Lake tesoiaidRChristmas goods and trade Is good. ATTOR14ZY AT LAWS'
fiod, brohe Chrndas it teyls oh do. The steamer s10 a large stero- Both churches will have Christmas
bun. or Citmasn Kfehey eaeDo d, respectively, were prese"t jig wheeler, har rohasod with a troe for the sehnlars.,AwsvL3
sAW 110 the informatsion of 0h00 the funeral, havingt aeompanied the member of others he Yk of son- There Is a movement tin toot to build
foed thast no teacher who has rean rmJcsnilteother beating th __ -twy p ;all In Areher. About $jIo has been Can sell lorotp0
to file his or her report will brother, T. 9. Pratt Thompson of Fe. teucsion toI we etI rie ie o h ups n sso spo all"
swv h aar ortemot. nandina, Wing onabletso attend oa ami a few days Mo,. lumber can be gotten work will com- a Ie is fwhlgy
count of illness. State Senator Arthur T. Williams of w~.
IN COUNTY COURT. INasma county and Hon. Harry Msons. Mrs. C. W. Banunght Is back from a W
I____ NEWBERRY BE9NEFIT. repreentative from Dotal GOunD, 'visit to her daughter, Mrs. Joel Tuck.
C11vr ito 1ioee of West End Ar. hate lefts on a sailing yessl, the Ads.er. as Live Oak. AKR
raliged em Serious Charge. Ladies of Baptist Church Will pro lim, for the Bahamas. Captain Davies Mr. end Mrs. Tucker earns in today SLCTR1
111boe was an Istestimg session of l Christmas Night. of Fernandinsa Is the pilot, and Joel Tooker left this morning for DOIMII
SgTh leig tashe Baptis Friay, Th Riebmomd, Fla., where he will engage
IV 1. Loe ofa' oresn o Frithe I I. atetceu Judging two the votig at the Key I.tenvlsoesbsnsMs AUIZS4VILLI
Tr. t a.Loeofndmo mote Newbery. : slag the need of eborsh West oralvlthere are several In' T e naill remain bait on her 08
Promient iad mot widfyutds, b, a enersotleally at workPO'Toewilrmnwth erp
sin$o hsssin a r nthe threE-net dramns, "The Lassa on o~ nteli ctutlteeI o reedy for
sii so h t slo g Lar t"wil ilb pestda & Miss Annile Davis loading with 781 The Infant of W. R. We
apoe a sharpe o1falr toNaWVh~ ilbepeetda is551 15350D uts n uidi h
ohe hide, of a slaughtered beef *barch 00 Christmas "68124-nt. I wit There were six others In the tryoo wsbeds eAe
.ar of mark. mid brands Theatwilbeopedf
Is is understood that taet W will be of the highest 0 tost. Major Doease arrived hoTIor
wras roade by Inspector j. der, snd all who attend are assred of Henry Gibbs has been locked UP If' Whdsooday 6afternoon, having I
&3.aM11of the Trenton dietirit. a most islereetinX anid enjoyable evem! Jail it% Peassools, on the charge of mur. quite awhile in Tessa, aso Niemp ~ 2 Ulh e fnant was arraigned and in.der. He was arrted In a turpentine6 Team.
met guilty. A jury wa saeled The play is based and written upon amp Wedneeday night. Is Is thought Would like tosorroet the 0laseinest
aasm~eied, the evidence snit. tamperanee grounds. hence is el1sas, he killed a negro named Marshall In The gsn a few days agto in refevenea
%00 wish the resell that the jury re. refied and instressire throughout, about three awsoh aoo. The negro to ghses of 0ane Perry before Jue
~ada erdetof ~tguity afera od Is bound to eorry a moral air and was$ sent DIP fo A, heinous crime. ties (7hamblia Is sated Perry was
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NO DSIE RIL ~MOmAN REKE'TELEGRAPH STRI q 1.1SUFRBI IEL& CHINESE LABORER
Two Train Hands S1adly Hurt In -4,4"nds o llars' Worth of Prop. runm
teA"eosont. at oU nSoe
TIONAL HEADS 'anciunatl, 0., Dec. 16.--A TImes- STILL HOWD Ity G. )tc Up -Tn Snioke. e HO L BE E C U E
Star special, from E0vaneville. Ind., -"Ire Sparks hits ever had tic-says: Pasenger train No. 125. on the .%iaiy. T'ie fire originated1
.2Dlariman Bofors mIni [llinois Central, early today was Although Their Can 1jP', WIithurst, In Exempt Ciassus Should be Treat
sue Iv~tiatonwrecked by spreading rtils near the \0 Inpro\Pe~mut com-l dUoreou
800Ivsiain Indiana Stove Works. T'he engine ()lyI4t -vh~c ctitidfli'i 11d7'otosy
jumped the track and plunged through IdIng. six otitiSTO CONTROL BY FACTION the wall of arne of tbe buildings of the RANKS ARE BIEIN11G was c.aeckv.i ARK VIEWS OF THE PRESIDENT'
_______stove works. badly wreocking the build. brka mIt-___Move Wasn On Foot to Give At ing. A Pullman coacht. which was rsitPopains)BngM$7,000;
hurled In another direction, struck a IsePrpraisBin He Also S 'aye That the Government
,.. eawd Control of Equitable by second building and badly damageJ1 It. election by Llbeis'als, and a u. Should Do Justice as Well as 9x.
$,, .at ve Atio He #~nt~ k Davi of R~lmond, a switch- Appsail to Made to All to Unites'.
maad both legs crusited Adi wa-y pr
SPtbeking Introducead. dwiff Restoring Order. nt Acted Harshly.
3 rW York, Dec. 16. --. H. Harrl Will RM the fireman, wasn badly ti. Petersburg, Tr&iirsday, Dec, 14. 11I sirncisco. Dec. 16.-Roepoud.
tasuu UOinsurance investiga scalded. iOrning, via LydtkuKmvu, Eaat Prus 5200; 'Ublit tion frum che M-er
toa said he waia Instrumen&al There were 40 passengers on the fla. D~ec. 15.-The cuitn~ror' tizl) 1004 ngo of San, Francisco,
--igbills from being iatmo train, who we re considerably shakn day, Dec. IV, will be ,igiial zed b) al buillding. 'vei as written a let,
Ja the Ilosgslatuj, to aid me up, but no owV as seriously hurt. Important poisisant maulittsto au11 tue1 *z0prtsss his view~i
Ithe Suitabi ZA 6ti COUtiQ]_ I publication of tae electiuu. SAN DFORD esbyoto
soty. SILL AIMED AT SOUTH. Diitri Shipuff, pi,(Nideut of the t 'e e boycouttoo
tbabeen ioge led," said Moscow Z4 wstv0!%(hk must colial-d Solicitor Ennls Wtes that thll,
.m.Hughes, that yf lour polite Would Cut Representation Because of Ing figure among the iodiiritte Lih- *ugly IsjsiePswl

Am WIfueneho q eain ifac~ee eras. wsio, with M, Guclikoff. a proni- Ronte, Ga., D)ecb 11100: that Chineve I&.
qith jlb. Won." r Washington, Dec. 16.--Reprosoenta. lnc'nt wember of Qli Muscow Z~n ford. intlicti for the tir ( Ctra MAIouId i he x'liuled. but that tie
et of sey Yo stavo, Alexander gta~lici and otacra Wrighit, in theC sum ler.5,~ a I~ iL'ipt casoi a of Chiinese should be
rel& duced a bill~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~~~~ret toctdw hsrIi' a ie osle nth rprto o I eAln ji l%~n trae rurtvotily. It the iizluslion
witk me." responded Mr. liarri. santation of southern states in con- of the election law, Is out wita ao a second trial on the third NI'iiday laws neivi to he Kiondotott American greas because of the distranchisment btrong appeal to all who have the wel. In January. the first hatvingM rusultt'd Kilt' It Cikit lit t i115 their influ'nia ai tata'e~ aof the negro vote. The bill reduces tar oft1rcutya er i (u In a Kritriltl. vt. for uinintt itteptsln
weva ""tire nuhbe ohe reraeretve of thircontys~ harw-IO tepr'iit
.I toot to give the cotrol th- nienme o ersnaie regard to party allkintioa. to, unite in Alvoa eiec will~.~ t* intr- Kit) a.
*0 )ag to James W. Alexz- h~50tO 251.- the restoration of order and thus int dticed, aadIti l sul tha th 'Iven~ Tito pIPS Kt a dds that the ImmSid trteuds by means, of legits- Irae several states would :iavt their sure peaceful elections and Cie con. trial will b+ Kwmrto Sk-11I0ieat loUi hn Rr at I K illit P it ih us itct it with t.I#
eIon at Albany be wired cer. delegations reduced as follows: viction of the national lassf-mbly, the first I hilt'.? aii..-is toward tbt ChInesto.
eoam ait Albaay to keep ::im Alabama from I to 5; Arkansas from which, Is tae only legal place In wblc,. $1ii i'~oc t1Kri9 Film eus [nat he will tilt til't te-stilil tiiaizily with milstakou
as tathe program suoh pro, 7 to 5; Florida from 3 to 2; Georgia to settle political differences. He fur. lith te nliittf'r it) lie' hottoil, and1LIii:i ;Ktn
light meke. from 11 to 6; Louisiana from?7 to 1; ther declaresn that all classes of .~Ill f'tlloV. 111) 11 evileto~i thitt *IIAi ni ile (hn'c KAt
W thege persons at Albany piosip ro o3 or. ac pulation can joia In this IM 'develolmol Ftnte ithei flitbi ilr) ltliii Arninii It Cut El tht' pitent,
Mr. rrlman requsted that he lina from 10 to 7; S9outh Ca7rolina from work except those who do h~Q 11e ml4ied by thot, court Il~ riltt i him r ol
emes" rom answering. He said 7 to 3; Tennessee from 13 to 8; Texas in the following doctrines: ve The new jiiu3 for lii' triil (it this Air, .;.IIItt l 4u,
id1&~t wa. t to answer heosuse, hefo 10t3;Vriafom 0to7 First, the development of a\ ,nstl- ease .III ti.t be ulhIla"L Utilil aftor the o'~ i tiV.*
Set wiiia 01kv# occasion for sea- tutional monarchy base!I on universal 0holidas. *to~,.
~~ ~ The Distributing Arms to ArmenIans. ado
beaadwiy SiLes. suffrage, sedconld. tiaet retorto o TO BUILD RAILWN. .
\Umftlte's 4X0uw1, Mr. Hughes, re, Conotant.nople, Dec. 1-TeTurk. Ruisila by peaceful means throug? an
fo4 r ofasuitation. ha masdra t eesugbsimperial national assembly. Under @Ids Are Pao
S Mr. Horriman said be would like been Instructed to draw Russia's at- the leadershIp of the lIAw and 0,r
ouselt cwwiel before replying. tention to the serious situation at party, an attempt is makling t~o
.omltnttee decided, however, that TfsCu(aa.where it Is alleged giieacutrplsftpryi
Ike b bool4 answer and he did so, say- the Russian authaoriUes are distribu-~~to ot'Mso esns Oew1
thatt the persons from whom he tn arsoteArein sldn-gress. n,~~ i~ II) ~
M4 reqoesed the Information were citing them to massacre the Tartars, Strikers Still Firm.
"'ruor Rigglin and the late Speak~er Thte Armenians ar* taking fiN ad. Th.ottlgap-ogesa
3Wh of the aembly. Mr. Harriman vantage of the opportunity an tar Toe ost, teullegp ogres laseto It aooi. ~ ~ 1i~ Mrhtt'i
am be learned of the sale of T.1e taken Mussulmans' residenccV. !noRud- loo-i b tl ciigQt ~sig~ ~~udy kcl ineo'i lg aiio u liromupt neq
ft4e stock on the day that Mr. Ryan lag those of Turkish s u 'jh t14ihe tesrnb itrou ~o~v i t by
Aleftht it. He telephoned to Mr. Ryan tiering the womenchlrn jgIuto teira ,P" 'i v Fhrl 1u
askedkd him If he had bougtit It. wellas 1 rs~pe ls of th _4:ye Terak1i aitalnluua
"Ryan said the purchase was con- Ilir co sl to thoo. Inca! aultho>ri. Olo ala aniddsj ~ F *' ~T J~~
Afflona." said Mr. Harriman, "and that tis at flIIs wt re inhaling strike Ir w h t.41e. A OTAC!T ULIG
me aad'-that be wante't Lily help, I Freg Pas88es DlsCussed. of KLk~ing lb %6ric lire colai;" 114-4i 1 a-MYNTA~P ULIC

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11BW ~ in aldP Scalp shiny and thin? I Everything at the Capitol. oil~orIfnt n CIdS
ilThen It's probably too late. I____--____________-A NSGO 'You neglected dandruff. If 'WINS A COMPLETE VICTORY Kn
~, ~A&JW4SGOD you had only taken our ad- The Kid You Have
AW qy Eploy, vice, you would have cured Notwitstanding That There Was Op.
ofSkilled andt position, the President Faivared
Adva.ncementl Those Appointments Recommended A\ ~ ~ ~ tA w y ought
ast 'two Years. V iA o r 1A by Those Who Helped the Party. A ctaWerparafionforAs0"TD94 dep"sIt of more Ithe dandruff, saved your hair, '! Washigto n D eofmbe Su.I4.-wTadahIoeIo B as h
Ilan' In She %w', beaks ad added much to It. If ing, Dcm r14-h
PViso esv"v branch of4 ~n nieyblfo syu es of Hon. Walter 0. Robinson for___. .
&ad manufacture In a 4o nieybl, o syu register and Hon. Henry 8. Chubb for Sp t
W stop, the factories and'opnnt. mrv t receiver of the United St~aies land of- Promotes Dige'stk.!v~erfrl~iepplImI esoion ofs :bo Hai 3VIEf4#f V6V # flee at Gainesvillp to sueesd them- ness anRestContawzs neithe o
of &M iup,4e is alsino o thwe g tiich A r ~1t dirua I selves were sent in by the Presidmnt Oj.imorpine nor)ujral.
Imt.ar ued upon this 9-. L ~A. E11il, 11111T116 Ill. for confirmation of the Senate today, INOT'NARCOTIC.
aft~~s &to tu a be~t.C N 1
se0Sioe and that this Ot 161, V13d0'a for Loel une which meanui the reappointment of-- .
ip more rapidly then any ot-h- these officials./mW'(~- g~f4
a oftOo in Floida The appointment of Federal offla~rs
1 9dlson u natulGo a r in Florida have been made In accord-. I
faeyon. Mayes" who will titkv &nee with the endlrement of the or- 'lamJ*
'trobl'e to investIglate. Tho banks -ganized Republican party, of which ~ ~ i~In'
tbe people are prosperous arid TISON "SAW THE BEAR." Messrs. Robinson and Ohubb of Gasines
*el laeomperatively easy. Another yulle and J. N. Co mbeef Apalachicola,
* SIo oan be said of the bank, both o4f Jumped a Big Animal In San Felasks Lnember of the National Republican IRmdrfrnsii-.use ;
A. hare liberally but conservatively Hamrmock on Recent Hunt. Committee, are the recognized jeadezs. l oRemd Stomah robagod by experienced officials who P1 M. Oliver and Dr. Oordon B. This Is considered a great victory for Wlonor SoniacfshV ffartiea
wallwilling and anxious to en- Theor ripturned Thuroday frois a three.! the regular organization, since there ness andi Lo ss oF S F -- r. P.V
d promote the welfare of day h int in the wilds o'f sn Fe'laska' has arisen opposition to the endorpe- For Over w
6116ylhei Individuals where they hamick, and report bigt lock. Iments of the organization. Fac Snile Sitni:,re
I milsae Is ddftg so. An eitirigt exiirripnce of this hunt l'rior to the appointmentsu the Presf- L,7 _T it
It s alee a~inS tatwitin hewas when~ Dr. r154)n confroti ed a large dent discussed thf matter with Messrs. N Ell YO TOZ 8.
j*two leafs&& lese% at quarter of a bear in tht- haimtock. With delibor-! Henry h. Chubb, chairman of the State
~IM=r dollars have been expended by ate aim he discharged the contents of 'Central Committee ; J. N. Coombs, 60vhe ilisens In now buildings and Im- both barrels of a %hotgun at bripin, but Ge.o. W. Allen, M. B. McFarlane, J. hi.
fmiemeats~uany of whom have erveSt the' shot being small, were ineffective, Cheney and Postmaster GAeo. W. Bean
44 munaifioent homes borserlog on Tho animal was wounded, however, as of Tampa. The whole question orf ~ ~ CP~WAPR
LXAT OASTBRRAPV
Maoau. A number of haudi-,mo brick. Dr. Tiacin states that he reared high on Florida appointments wsu considered,istages have also been ereoted Lnd the his haunaes, uttered a loud groan, with the result that the organization TM 1-111 O 111 1.., vow m
We b *tvIdeno. that 0ainesville rota ee. and madeo a retreat Rpi fast as his legs was favored with every recomnmendaUat pays lithe fact that there i; r.; could carry him, ~ ~ tion. si
Taestore, with one exception. in toe Messrs. Olivier *44't killed a alliy ad this b" been leaped prepare. quanutity of eftlil game, stwh quii., lied. ----- --_ _.---_____O *9S oesopanay on the first of the squiirrels, ito., and altogh, r e All effor failed to find a bet-te
FWa. This store was oasupled up swas a moafs enjoyable I egs olsadln u
lists days ago. I 'I., a .'0c' Honey and Tar.H AL S B U&C
s, people of oteb, &1J, 0~ 0i lL~~' hhls the long@ aind
amto li"ve -4110 ri 0 10 nits fromu a cold. C A L S B U
A,, ?~ Op i?, 26# b~ us, Iowa, writes:
to 41 s. "' a tad cold on my
Ou4P~tP I/ IJo I tlast half a doses
'41) 0 edigines and had
dot,' two physicians with"o 10~e.. ly 9J ~ ~ anmy benefit. A friend roAMA -LAV1 A Iltwo-thirds of a otecured me. In qu r
ol34~I.sder It the rratest ough ad lung BA4S RE T
dilne in the world." J. WMe. -"N v EKy
Ilium & Company. AKO'VLE
-Its 11i ~Accident to Marvin Mason.FLRD

aeon, couny Jidge, who has been Igents for Pabst Ehlwauke. selr
olojed as an apprentice In the Export, per bb] 10 dos $11; per do. $1.25
a of the Ocala Foundry and M. I Ribbon, per bbl. 10 doz $12; peidoz, $1.b0
rgontl fige of Site Wi'Ju %s iEl ert B










THE GA19FSVILLE SI BER 18,91905_OF Ofte The KlNew .Are HER NEX YEA DoI No/N glc qCod

(101 BOARD Weakene by Over-Work. HR ETYA o e lc od
HbL BO RD Uheato beny Mk nitr Evesy cold weakens tho Lungs. lowers the Vitality arnd male tbA

Trasacte by This Body uii tury at I bladder trouhtiiot This WVas the Order Made at I stc. riesv ab e to w, standd each succeeding cold, thus
NIovember Meeting. 1 ]1,,', JCkb~11~.Ld ~ a trmr eiu i~se
____ie -msth: CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKES SUCH CHANCES?
111T IS A LENGTHY ONE hietir iiin EX.GOV. FLEMING HONORED
III -tile l 'iar
Amount of Warrants Drawn at these 111("t 11ii1""x'Ilt Was Eleicted Major-General of the,
irglb
Meeting Was Over $18,000. The kiIc~ f~ter Florida Division. and Annour'cernent
and Amounts Paid to Teach- allI rI:% IL.W I' Created Enthusiasm ar~d Long
hi Alachua County. Therefore. wheti v-2ir kilinevlaze we-Ak Cheers-A Fine Mgetink.
hw ~ pblihedsheoffcia ~ or out of 4ler, vot1 can u nlcr stati, 1com of r puelished teofficial o quickly your ent re bod is ailectc-l adstpecia' to Thke Sun,~F
aD fteBadofPbi n o every organ !,-cts to fll to du its Jacksonville, Dtceni hr It~x
an of Alachua countyy for the ( ivrrnor Francis P. Fl.iiing, at the
~pins Nov. 7th, 190: taingtogetk~te-Ii e.,Ir f are sick or "' feel NuIllY. Iw4'fl meeting of toe Confe't-rate Veteraris
Kiliner'sSwamnp-Root. 6Lal' a-, -11i t-day, was elected Iliziljr-tneral (of nanclal Statement of the Board of as vour kiulneys are Nwell tlley ,will liulp the Florida Dlivision, Riid the antPubhiic Instruction, Alachua Coun1" ali'the lli'm organls to health. A t, i.l ouncemoett %ras fo'Ilot,,d toy long slnd
ty. Fd% for thg Month End- will Cint1ri aIk11ole. rgru hes
'~Nv ~If you are sick .youci Cf l 1 ill s vioru cheers.L C RE
%95. take 1wv first doctoring your kiolnevs. *int45Ville waCslc:PaJth'plc
as. S. JEI. Wienges, Clerk Circuit The ild and tile extraordinary effect of for meeting next yrar.
0su~rt, Alachua County. Fla. Dr. Kilmer's SwanP-Rooot, tile great The reu~nion hsp beeci a in~ist pleas- ospp in og s C lsS m ro &
In compliance with Section 2, ine rnO ouLdh plg og,
stads'til hiliet fr iswo~lefulcuriErofbhltls, Hoorseneec, Soro Lunge
Laws of Florida, we here- tof te igh%t fo itS waeo ndu ius k TeKyTa nsteDoto V YMOHRS UL KNW HTBLAD'MRE
the following itemized on its mlerits by allTh KyThtUlcs hDort EER MTHRS(U NO TAT AL RSHR.
drtgit n it-etLong Livi g. HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOES NOT
moneys re.!eived and adnggists in iet CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL PbSITIVELY
Arrante issued daring bnd t I e-I\ol a 94 6 The men of eighty-13%t, ac~d ninety CURE GROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH.
ending Nor. 7th, 1": have a sample bottl'e Romootwan.~ years of size are not t nt rotund well MEAL SALLIW LOOKNAR dlkla~wsf Tex., **739 "Wi
b% mnail free, also a pai hlet tvliniz loofd, bat thin, spare mt ni who l ive oil a have wed Ibalardis Horoboomed iup la my tisnalyr $ktvora sport from Treasurer). how to finid out if 1'on v k ilicev or slender diet. BPs as citrt-fUl ad lie wi!] bollCuhI las elo"tomsa ito, a* b1 wd st bill ear bladder trouble. Mention this 11ie however, a man past middle iewill wrbasil ti thookensis "Its~ she 358T E3DICIMU we te.%A
RRRA N T S ISU when writing to Dr. Kiliner & Co ., ltin g- cesig'll h ro Ioeem d orCfde veyBfl
ISSUED.haniton, N. V. Don't icake ally~iistake, ncsialy eatloo miieh orRC ofsme ls Rmdyfr Clr Alle ryllio" 1tt.G
White Teachers. but renembter tile enamel, Swanp-RPxt, article of food not suited to hi1s cocisti. *
D~r. Kilmer's Swamp Rot, and the ad- tution, and will need a dose of (Chain- -1-PARD SNOW LINIM M Me. T
do -No. 1. Marie Richardson dress, Binghamton, o. Y.every bottle. beriain's Stomach and M~ver Ta&blots to bocelle No. 8, J. H. Owens -- leanse and i nvigorate his stouwaoh at SLDAD EC
ary Berkptresser $72.10; Fair. Wilson W208; No. 37. J. F. Findley regulate his lirer and bowelti. Whion SOL AN JoiZi o MM
.6, Elizabeth Harrison $90.80; $2090;. No. 43, W. A. Rocehelle $25.75; this Is done there Is no reason Will the.
No.~~~~~~ 7AniFads$8. 0N. 83, J. C. Jones $30.60; No. 40, Ids average man should not live to old -No.8,W. ain$6.60 J Williams $01.20. age. For sale by all druggiptsl.-
St. Clair $80.90; Archer No.
Diakuon $51.60, E. Vert An. A Fine Car.
W8.90; Cool Spring No,. 17, A. L Vidal & Co., office. $2.85; The
*Bryan $8.06, May Kennedy Moore & Waipch Co., $63; Pepper Pub- ThpiaeeaofIvson upiIsland Grove No. 18, J. C. Ad- lishing Co.. $72 80; Pepper Publishing Cte ie o. 10 Fod ofs then Atln .65, Fannie Miselle $86.05, Ores Co., 117; Baird Hardware, o ,~ $1 40Cot Line No10gha juist bee ture
$80 90; Suwannee No. 19, Ethel J. L. Kelley, superintendent, $10 -. J. oto h ig pig h
ins $41.20; Micanopy No. 15, An. L. Kelley, office expenses, $17 80; S. afte a"hrotoe hina'
Ilins $66.65, Clara M. Smith Thomas Co., $6 10; 1 V. Wiggins reairi."T, a s oa thi
his Merry 111M06; Giodwin $4560; Gainesville Planing A Coffin bat. h a a ru
~.Wigiis $41 20, Willie Co., $18 49; F. J. Hammiond, $8; S. M. city Wednesday, where t. ,
Hawthorn No. 21, W. glitch, for No. 19. $6 5Q; E. L~. Cush- furniture anrd furnis o '
Is Bell $,6%06; An- man, $2; Gainesville Oas & Elri placfel adsupedi3 e~~'6p~. Carleton $36 06; Loght Co $1 : J. A. Ellerbe, for No. nwfe sue
H. (Jassels $N 66, 29, $20; W. W. Co!son, $22; HI. H. handsomest and a Wol0 1f $,m ti ; McCreary, $12; H. F. Dutton A Co ,for the great system.
two month@, E. F. S Academic Hall, $12 OX); J L a alo arfr
0 month., Kt-lley, expenses for exhibit at Tampa a aro crfom P and one- Fair, $1(X). Fordwa tr"' 0w
711inKnoblock, Special District Warrants. escilyVY I
L A jrA Ambrose, Arredondo. Marie Richardson $1') 30;, convenic- 'adi
1,all the co
Mc~eath berkstresser 11111)64) Fairbanke. Eliza. born e In.-- til The %drhant5 jrars
190,i L..r b~~*le o. othHaison $10 Aher,$5 J. K.ar Tu. ay Cured Paralysis. by i,#?il &njj ligaii rompt Ae(iirJI
P. Coffey ten $27 40, J. 1, Dickson $20. oIlitriVVsb
.20, Sereus Anderson $10; Nltotlo fpIIblf'
A m M Into sh lili. $5.1r; If 'u 1. A d dyt "M y R1111"t
JM ~Im gtvftg t NI Mrs. Sal $I 6 U- W. W i:i.l 'os five yvars with i
~ l,~bI~p weI3S achfes &aleets. V f('sris 424) f 1. Sarah when I a" pers,71 A0 ~ ~ al~ ~~ e 'lt 111011ciji~t
~~1 It~sso
will ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r1 Av- omlym t a otn$.5 ~l ~l f .;Wlo nwLnmnw fft au.1~






I S O Ir I~*



O l e ,,ti g O v l e a h e


am ~raythe edior of Thembi 1166 of hbat of E e h nioWh ts

whoatrl,61fe Fr i. was hot~. Pefe t ns Wdp e torte Watng ano P1quirusha
down Wis old blood by Livt.Governot
Iewa1siar lies, folowlIiventro'9vty grow. AeAp7
fag "s oa! ditorial atteranees.
rpnow tThe uomlmeyt staaids on one of the The Bo1Grl0a
ws beautiful thoseghiaree of th a"S 40ored bard with 81W 10 ea4r Iu six ei. Sad tot"~ feel in heliht. The 70 all she yar. Now, Will go back to school apreciate and Always likeV* rem
VINE .ewd~hemonmeutyratmd at obz'istas time, mke happier if you gife him always ae a necklace mmee~'Gv i
NATO 1 by poplar subsription. souirfbetioss ho mne happy by presn.ane b m oh*"9
Is nalmallne e6ox iwgfrouevery.& onyIn he 84*1. fag brfifth a *We din. a watch and Chain, cuff and seret locket, wach anebe a *el
w t fO r 08h 04 1 di o uua pm w as ved by thi po D er set, e a sin es of b ut o s sg e rin ,o and chain, brooch, ring li k, stick pin,
to k h -pl* for big uprfihtm his petri tt Rogers r s'. Sable. U o s in trn ,Waterman's Ideal
w~~b e W68 deossion hlS fir s ed it y. o Th w er pmeto Sh im g for one of the m any things w ith birthstone, or fain pen. M an
I ome n ie dtro her own ue. We have w aet fe o i ayohrtig e atce prpit
641M~ h~t State, ead for t&elve yeusf he wielded am unlimited stock so wehvtoferoris mnohrtigse atclspropii
3~se111. the pen on that paper with credit to "Is heim. a.can show you. his Xmas present.
L41, himself and the people. _________________a i M ns ft .H Is usitimoly death Cast a gloom over
AS.Thriee4e-W..k she entire eat.o sd ash -folilowinsg, 11 h an ayTeYR n h lh
Ow ~........ 4 which Is iseeribed on two aides of Th Young hUdyTh Yug InA Thel JJUU
suts*2 (Ga) the mocument, shows the kindly ea. An endless variety of Diamond brooches, Charms, chains, fob, Last, leat a
W one year.. 1 75 smn ftepol fhshm iy-wths oktnc
Atlanta (Ga) tries wh ch woltb signet and set rings, ses, a "u p
one Year. 1 50 Great Editor, and lorgnette chains,0
se mi-Weekly An Eminent 01946,'u appreciated by her from shtean insle tik pins, military st, gold a
ne0 year .......1 80 An ffonesstMao. Gatliepnsle
Without 'Fear sd Witbous Reproach. the hildre~. All d. mounted toilet and clothes and bat brushes, nol130 aseps stamps of a His Fellow.Oiiens Iear signs In the fancy China, manicure "t, jewel mthbxs okt
U taf 2E auo This Movement Gspf oesle ac oepois
To eresos.Hi Meor. ut glass and holloware. noetehn irr, book@ nd emblems
i olet your creditorsac -opsdt Himobon Mebley. albumts hambrrllas, t. alkn.
.w.And these lines by J. 0. Holland: ________________lbus,_________to al kids
'God give us men.
fleave the 10. He A time like this demands
Filiad take Is with h it the Strong minds, great hearts, true faith
log hger. "ad ready hands, NWr
Whom the lusl of offic does not
wton 0h0 Santa Clan is Fine
far'ewell tour Is without Mnhe spoils of office CAnnOtI'J jI '?
*I~ or truth. be JW LiER 9

~~' h yea gounsed by telegraph Men .
.;h" aomaw? 8 train wa weF#I E B I O
J'~AI-si 14BSYIE the rails.
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