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Title:
The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun
Sun
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Newspaper
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English
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H.H. McCreary
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Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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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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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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SPublished. Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday


VO)L XX VII1. NO. 4I 1 6AINESVILLE,_FLORMIA. MO.N PA V. i' FM BI) E, h7 -4 NEL)LA



~ ~P R$O S__ERIHED SALOONS TO GLOSE BOON. -IN A FGLOST A FINE DOG.A CH ITS R

In___ Georgia on Jan. lat. Fin -ain of C. F.Goodman,
1Atlarlta, Di),,. 28-ened. there m' So, F ( I
hifre Family Burne to Deat -dI b iIin Atlanta. und-. r the The esn IdadDzn~ t ill Ili,, il ti.. 2 o of 1,0 Raid L1V V

Near Boston, Mast. saloti.,rwenty~three eer Falooons, Injuried. i t IiI Iid an Oriental Qvoirlr,
_______ ~ie wholesale liquor houses ,.'__aLn" two wholesale beerr huuses.n t a d '.
MUSBAND, WIFE, 3 CHILDREN (if thi-e there are sixty-one whisky ACCIDENT NEAR CAMDEN, N, J. m':i sahril-~tidl cff,' R EGULAR POLICE POWER
_____Isaah'ars for white people arid twenty- tiii H i iwi' If I1iii1 01(1 ___ii 'me of the Fire Was Several Miles Fl. o ere;svnenbe atal Rear-End Collis on Occurs on the IIReport that a Cattle
loons foi, whites, and six for flegToes. fil sil'- cf' tit' ia,,.4,itii oif th.- orilnaiicl Pe
F rom the Center of the City, and Wi7th the saloons and wholesale Ellevated Tracks of the Pennsylvania 'U\ ilu" ft.rIwhrIjlg at Been Fatally Wound. R
Upon the Arrival of the Fireman, houses, one brewery will go out of Rala-ieAd. oteDfiu.Il~l''iihraI'IZ':lt' if ratt3e nr
Sthe House Was a Mass of Fire. buiess of toesacwlluee.n tll' Attack. ii~. I ';>
with the brewery Is not yet known, as ties of RescueAio~ \\lil \%il c- Atack
210olifte Dec. 28.-4ve persons were thes propietors decline to give out Caw~en, N. J'., I,, !'. 28. "ll ree au~iti aii- Ito, %,- Pi 'r *ite ortliknd, Greg., 1),
burned to death In AL fire whiohbdo- an,1Y Infrain Veirsna were killed ;I:, I more than a 'anil :tff.-tiitn;tt-, ;wl !;d I,, mi sed patch to the Oreguon;
Mloyed the house of John Clark Lt With tho closing of ttb. whisky dozen others were irij ired In a rear- 'all% I roiill.,. bridge, says:
Watertown, a suburb, early Friday. Ilous will come the cutting down of end collision on the -,evated tracks Mu.(u?,t,;itiely cauhe they bvlie
veymembeir of the Clark family must the city's receipts from licenses to of the Pennliiylvania hilway a short Il4irfoI n itrrt an is- ert citizen had betzL .
490h in the fia-nis the amount of $131,112.50, the exact' I*aefo h tto nti iy iin -~- -tl hns etuat
Theded re;amun ofwhchwaspad ntoth ctyT'he cars were N) bad'v smashed that edand wrecked the 0)
John Clwa, bUi wite arnd thir three treasury from that source last year. it wlI -be several hou i before tile ex- laeCrsi~sngt
~~It Is estimated that the amount of aI ubro esncuh.i h BARBER-GODWIN. teCrtnasih.
ql4'ren, John, aged lit li'l11ip, aged act___ nubro R~n ..uh nteestaurants3 and i Li
* .ad Doors, aged 2. capital which has been !nves."'id In wreck -will e ~Ritwr> Fire added iahdndors%,.:
Ie games boad made great beadiway th~e whisky busib ea in Atlanta Is tW the difficultles, of ithe work of res- tudyl-- .17 h-lfitrsued ndo bds, ..
*' fiart discovered by a neighbor, between $750,000 anid $1,000,000. Cue hoi. Ii-. r tiresfrntes.o uldn
mbrtly after 1 o'clock. Much of this, It Is said, will be in- The trains lnv-olv-e,1 -ere the express ~ .~ i atrau ~ The regular police (if
nTe, house -was about 2 miles from vested In the city- In other enterprises. fillim Atlantic City ad the i'eomber- fin.,wtIo-drleral .oi4s\i 's and a bri-,,
kla oenter of the town an,% by tjhe BSme will be withdrawn to other, ton accomunodiat ion train. Thf'-e uIlona lii 0i dvti I Pow'-ta obecL
~me the ~owen r"~:~be claiesee, Ielde. as several of the whisky deal-jtan eedei i adnsa ud~~ohlt~terf
Me houses Lad bee-ni burned almost to, ers have given notice that they would Uion at 8:21 a. m. Ttiere was a very liittL tIi' .tii'iit> Astory was etcic .
14 hAe ground. t carry on t4~ stunos businosos In (Chat- ickfgwo h c.l-i etr,.W,!ll ~ mtawl nvii
Itte firemen were able to loocalte the tan(Moogi, Jw.ksdifllille and other cities. The express train %%as ii. a, .IerII of T- to t 1 w had hi-en fatally-'~ 2
0=96 Of the 1 1111h-t andi two boys, The willing out of the whisky busi-tohg'aarr.-wp-rcraii011 ietel ill IIin- i'>,lnua Criu.
but the Tnothor atil little girl were not ness all at onep t irne willI cause quite thre baoahes Cars, o., paweo r \ ili ii!f .i i ii norI any Crousl (-I..
omu until the rinsm of the house hail a change in one respect of the ci t to trin consisad of a vxininal au 4i4ii ; ti Iil fr!l 'SI''' b uto any th olnie elo'o
cooled sufficiently to p'ri't a niore busiss affairs. This was done to a and four coaches. Mr I 1i 1, 1.i :1 1 il '111,gl te t~eand two Oril:c
thorougli search. Certain extent once before when lul- both trails, It Is F 'ldd, were run- riar; kli M -etA id \i. fill ite-;in hois e; e charged with. nl::
The house was valiwintiat lln.000. ton county went dry uidf-r local op-, ning catilouisly, as they 8pprl~aC!evd ti.t ill tL I,11ii'mt liar il .'n ;u Ali indl.Lpiant mob :'.
Stein, but then the inte houges an-I a t I siaton. The enigineeor oif thr, %\111t, ti,. :iiid i in ~t-a tw*r the n->raurant and ti,:tASGYPSY CAMP ROBBED. the wlole-inleP whisky detlerg wliomo Ii- (%I JeIto, 1. ('1 trails, he(ia uso of the ft g, d I.,t; ..2 'I:; iu-cI v, 1! J!
-:~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ec ranln overoha koertinTieepim ft open for some dW1 not w-e the Atolmic Cl!y train, 'it 110i 1\4 Ii. .ttii- ;twi 1,00t111i Sildiii SOYflO oil( IA
Own ehohlClbainTivstm fe prohibition wenft Into) ef Is sail, until he wits ci 111trw)[ it. -uhtj~- -.I~;~iiat he nahd a f rwi.:
Steal Large Sum. fect. .ext %Ve'dnt-',tay the city ie utne h rhsdwbt t1C ot 1d-- l' l o1n h rw a

ey com ~..LA unei' I -1*ih nit~'* rr- j was toote td' to 1.n t l hil andi qtol'->lie Tahe- ui n esfrtt I trains earne together wih con- I aad whin- te door% hat *huig dow'n, oil (tttiliiiit'ft )f iii- '1,,-11 HA YAMT NPOKTidirrable fore, 'Iho- tender of thp slhow, ;iiA i ;n\ '. 11:0ai 14) 11(i
another camnp. Th.i L:171e It j-- I'lb'o a t1~~e h fttt ta.-i u, ,ioi and .11>1
Uinder &trust of hiavin4 rxun~w i-i r ofi Stick Exploded, 0Slowing Boy's Body Perrierto tiUi tlung *Jie tbers'itllri, -.sna-ie
1$8.21 G. I Through Parlor Window, anI inuigaWes ou. Tera f-\Iiul:.i.A ~Ttitdii and -Dora Plareq lq qw-i-nrlu of a band of: ivrin;4hani, Ala.-. 1vc. S. ---l):an cii ofth Atlantic City PV s wa 1,.lh rant W jtcoplptetyI
11 fu t a rlat n p ,Ih.- (' i~j ( l o th e i-0 !r e i ai o .i~ 15 'i ) e ~m old iw )Z (,o a % il ti w r et ke ti. T h -% w iir -k a g o i nim it diat e 1- S 2i I i t t in t!,,. i I p P t l d rinq d th e cro w
of ths eki .ng thol a ir tn Cil' S111 at Fratt (t), a uilniig &-.u 2'ro Vi tikk fire fromt the locom otive and the ii -rl 1 nl a. irti -! ofd it e rw l.
toy s kngpe it a han d of pigi ig p 1 r iti lan ~% h r o a y m n poliio and fire departmnilrta of Cam- (4f K. I i~ d ~ te s of p rlin g. V.
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THE cTAINESVILLE SUN: DECEMBER O1)7_______LOVELACE-DEMPSEYi. EXRSIFIC CIE
Narigeo To oulr ongPe- COMFORTING WORDS I EPESOFC CIE
_______fTwopla ougPe- Agent King and His Force Gave Expie In Gainesville Thursday. I celent Service During Holidays.
One (I tI' .~~tpest nwrrage'i or. Many a Fboi ida lit iscioil Will 'IIil:4v1t, oil (.%k~111'"tI
citirrinzg If)ii .1 : for szoip [li( 'a, ; C,~i 1 t .'I lit S '2.


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Mrs. 8ti, 1. a Df-li'iii ,iftiii A.ftr oiat- sei. of 4tl19 W r4 tet uo.,LIaII~ 1 IA I ~ [I(' ONS L OEC
oe ofd mncitri ,' pa Eas Set l,- ill prSu tI' lciao-, t l ti ho d to ouit. toewh I wl i~ t t i
ontract injri'fh milf (it, il u isa oiii Fl. ny- o od t i ie h(i l i ,i U E C R IONS, GALLS, BRUISES, co:N!
cotatigiati;lig ji''T'itt hDas "From' illy experience with a.- e*~vii te it(- no, t t! i I i t I'. i htId IIyIt ED MlUSCLES, LAME BAMH STIFF JOINTS, FROSTLi. :
oeremonyu' occurrt' Pt:i )~~shw I can strongly .T
eeeoy ofro t2:0 ftv recunmid ti in to anyone In nop led tii.' to rf-izi a h C ho ,l(r BURNS, SCALDS, ETCTI. J. Nixon of Ii-' First Methodist of a good I:,,.di( tue for the kidneys. her wui church offiliathIn m. I in int-tdlately ;tfto r Kidnoy co riplaint and backache Tt lito; I. Iof 4; ciit-%Villet- lpronto ...rvs u an
the ceremony tlit' lia~llpy y(.11iioplo. caused lit,- ufft-riiljg at iiiter~ als for (late. tte e'v'i'f an drve ou~'IiI ~i EERTSth Pn. ksnsteFirusT
y v i i. TI. first or second attac;kI.
took the A. C. I_. iraill -u tetoni, (lidRTE tuheibta ~e ~tl yg tiIh~l iA'tAti ~t t 1'~afe cPz ,:.r. c t Bcosdens~ the us Tol.L
? Where tlI, %%- wit! rim kC' t li eIr fuitutre Lliey l~r ft N orse and tit titrnes laid ijioda t 11 for b' ome. Thlty ,~ y 'i jtint'l at fi t'- & il U;, I could hard!y wal k lind it
Ition by a rilii-rl of I litir foiling frlinds a 1ii:'iicult matter to -tralghiten up JUTC COM 'S OU .
~'oaseijti I ~i hmal a afto'r :toopdng, while the kidney, secre- UTC OMNSCUT tliff. were irregular and unnatural. -114 fI1,%lofonfil os(fdp ~ta xwineIknow tharryhis CURED O F PARALYSIS
'r'l r wualex~erlemceI tht titi Con,:ea led We-p (-7", Discharged. here, is nlow In li t filhts of titf' t~'' rti,tdy cani be depended upon to fill- W .PieP .TuTxs rts
laeLnb--CPrrl..irw I i ill filie represeuntations made for it."' Ahtrw IZ 11;11 :1 1 rlit n.l wife had becu suffering five years with paritlis ;a.
28 i fli~g erri;it'.. reto. jI JF sale by all dealers. Price r,0 ltiTll# hi t I 'l I ai '' icr arm, wlien I wt s persuaded to u~ie Btla rd s
ollrItt; ili of Xcii'j ti l (util cents, 1"oster-M ilburil Co., Bffalo, .V- tI.,.1 .i'StwIiietwihelc~ opeecr
tie8-, liavii,. 1fat IlbIIds Iti',', Ifl iNew York, solo agents for the United I. I' Sii.. o i L inimas uent o oldc soesc afrotpbte cures. I
Js a brother (A Mi., 1). M'loirl(14:i Sttes. 11ill .1; ('lit Iil~ hI? I uos It (1,.es the work."
Til brd. atit TI('('iiti'll-iedf .iiii Remember tile name ---io-an's-and lipoti ht-ali i.. 1!f 1( it t 1, (r.:1, F R
Thdy, rie tIk no nither.f flit'on "til', N't '''ii :' *S LlN lt.[ USE ALL SUI3STITUTES
I~la',u1 u(le of ill if, f1,1lit th~ti lat I t-It 1144 it w t 1-1,1\ 'll THRE E SUZZ5.: 35ce 50C alld $ 1.00

<~f a most alilblo. (11 pw'liion I.' i-lds THIS MAN STOLE CLOTH-ES. ioril'tt'l-n- liii i i if or,I. I f-.1
ill. '! lilie' Mathew Scofield Took Trousers and fil. ;ti4 Sit. r.L LOUIS U.. S.A.
__________i__o-r hll Coat and Vcst, and Was Arrested. laiili'. t~ilt'i& t ;!'ttL (';I['

MR. BENJAMIN PLEASED. lil aII.r Ilio 1, 4 .11 lilOl ~l (iie '.'lt'-i*-l a llb till Itl :1 of I : itfilltt1
e fi I I IuI, iII.wa;s tIf'' 1 A ,\ Ma-slial At- n. 110 tiili hiS Illitl T!.. ('(,lilt lii I (IS.L AND RECOMMENDUD MY
Former Citizen of Gainesville Comvpli- lIotk ;iLt (1 'lof1 ,i v buthaot 1\. [:a f c-ttn o! j-4 hi..L~i Io M _* I/E 11TIO -NT
events City on Its Growth. ot'llng to til'- tlili:slliI of Nlailiv,i lt' m i; I'I I V
Arnouig 11hi'tf- vi lit h i-tt Thuiir dyIlmv ii Se' )IiIllll amitr' fltni thait hot waus :it %:i Vi'. I 1 I f ,~- %',, i i
th ii city Noia' S ii. flie,1jaI1lti of w- tue ~ill V flil, atifl tlVi'ig 14t flit, hi

M~Ir. I ft'ijm~a i I rvaIly :t lit illtti' (II No'ivr i''e I i t o l d 1fI l I f( lit' hiil l Chil ren' her ii I(' rit'itlo-' lit thiI cm~ ttiy l i lln f~in. lit' %,.t, i-lt'lth aiuul sc'tChlre
miiciiiinii'l Ifit nat Ill yt'fis. i-ing tn1 Ilt-1tI w.m :111di'~iiI at i i -i ll Fa' orjtv tori1 Itis Uri.t ( I- ',:, V-1'


salged iliti fill. ii at i t i'lt'iiui. 1 1'- l l .1.i 41,1 ".,ft :iff at I i t \k -I ii a it' ti i l i' ii, ~'I t y il" the!1


are' Idliy i lt i g t 'i'll i e 'if Mill. \Iit ih~Ilil t h i, l'a I licks neosts,. It,, au'loir ('11 tile Child i 1> 1.11(1
,\r. llt'ajuiniiii Iti I; ir jwt iotti'l,1 lll'Iis .iii l iii ; t t f lit ftii'l 's, I*. tol. it idt lt'av's him Ili a le'altli coil 4ti in.
trion NI i('.kilti\ it It Iwi. i''leti toll 11111i1 a t 1 ill~ 'Ilhisi''''t if. Iaiuie .Summic, I'remi says t;hat: HAS BEEN MADE A SPECIAL

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2 THE GAIINESVILLE SWN: D)ECE31I11R 196,b47

NK CARKCRXIS TA FUNCTIONS.
FRIENQR OF PUBIC 1 i 0 ~~rsTree n North Gainevile TuW ________112 r IS day-Ohers Held ThursdayNight.
1, E x r Lo). 1 i:4 1:... ellt crtai ti e Its (I too
esmnfrom second Distre*t E x r Li4 circht A'r dteftrred as it rule for CSOI
esmnol Ii.1 ;( ill somle iiistdiet's long,
ants Cotton Tax Returned. Snu colifNrhFrIfnsailcicrn
Feed ~ ~ ~ ~ Gtii- yorhi; !r i .' held their tree in North
ELONGS To THE PEOPLEi give it something to I v-cn ai, hall a day earlcr hr.lo\% heH v
-i Big ae n t-r. t h, vent occurring on Tted- The Kind You H v
Steuu Efr sBen ae Then it will stop fuli 2:1 dg ev''i il L tas well attended, and
StrfluulEffrtwill gro)w long h 1C:!v "'. iiiany h r !-orne and useful ptresent-, IA w ys~ u~
Have Same Refunded by the Ayeays HarVgr steonyuO'O(iilue.h'hni one i
H~ rf A y r s HitV g r is teaty w r iCr I u e h n i c n e A 'e b s P paratio lfo rA sage of This Bill-Affects Many genuine hair-food you cafl doing th: -_, right the good peoplte'fdtn ffom~oua
&.buy. It gives new life to the ofNorth ;-ainesville ar "there with Bears theBW~30
,i'rank Clark, Congressman hair,-bulbs. Yiou save what rlgos;-dohrltl ifrne o
tihe secondd District, is continual- hair you have, and get more, nefr,*:hmkn ntigasc in tr
kill, aftker the interests of his to.Adi ep'~ zl ces th kin u nde te.g a i;Snaur
tet.He has introduced sev- Ooo. An tkesie Tl es~hur.they unerotae Sbbt
measures at the present session clean and healthy. stonl Thu !ay Frteo thurbbah a ~sand &5t COSaU OI of
grcss,.one of the most import- The best kind of atestimonial- heold a a.v Fit Mth oduch it which loptv rfua
"old fo vrsiaty, heldt. the chrh at whc N cOTIC.
ing a bill to provide for the re- 060113011111 ~ p4:att~rpie ~r~r1
g of taxs illeglly colected b M"d. ..C.Aytw Oo.L,:W' kl&Lu- the little f'Iks and many older ones_____g~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ oftxsilglycletdb 0mn t eof bad a big time, with plenty of jpresnited States Government during f SARS~k;ARLLA.
fte te wrwhch il ha benV e :_.S ent-s. etc. So
ed to the committee on war j~je Ili the oniftg the First Baptist
-'church to ired the children of its
the informlation ofraesof Sunday solan old-ttime Christmasn
Sun. the bill appears in full as States, and become a part of the rua tre.ft"ihSnaCas svr
S: ~school fund of the respective States.1 mnuch Ii -idence. This tree was
1)rvie efudig "Sec. 5. That this act shall take Igiven at tYi, opera house, and was well
e ri :tful owners, their heirs or adapoaoftePeiet upn HlTriyEisplchchwl lijon, Sour StOMKI.Diambo,
relrt~eltatve, te pocedsofits becoming a law without such all- hold it., 'lristmas tree oil Tuesday, wmiov~in.eiih
ttoii tax illegally collected by the prvl"and tho Presbyterians will also give m aid Loss oFSL5E P F or Ove r
d States fromi the people of theiroa. ___________-actaanhtdte S Sinlrso
I state, inl the years 1803, 1S64, MASONS ELECT OFFICERS. Tt'i"s intno
for the disliosition of such as may Will Hold Public Installation in Jan- Thirt Y ears

li naed b h ent n uary-Big Time Anticipated. Colored Woman, Charged With Sell.t
eit tRer b ties ofnte an Gainesville Lodge No. 41, F-. and A. Ing Liquor, Heavily Fined.
o~' oif Alrnt iatine Congrhes a- It., held a most interesting meeting ('hargti %%v ith selling liquor w ithout
1..' Wednesday evening ait which officers a lict'i- nmd against the laws of LATCP FWAP9
ill ~rot~oing of iletaxoiltor the ensuing year were elected as A la hu i (4inty, Estelle Know ler, a col- CSOI IV
T i. ly, cell ected from the p eo. follows: (tred i wi;ii w vho is well known Ii this 71061 ""PANTem~m. flew wor of".
ft!!, t-ral States of the Unioti It. T. Schafer, WV. NI.; NV. T. Pound. cit, \a wa- araigned Ii the city court H ive nt rneiut of the Un ited S. WV.; Lee Graham, J1. W.; A. MTlesday% ni-n'ring, when she received
it-e years 1,,r,3, 1S1 I Cu shot an, treasurer; itohert NI iCle I t he ii .teal p ntence-$.ti) and costs.
ii i 1111 1~ ndr 'inl 'an cecrotary. Thet re-nai itin g oflic.,rs 'Ihim Ci h. r attorney, Evans Halle,
ilhe arts of Coitgre~zs are to he alipoittd at a later date,. .h- alti-aI. 11 the case, giving bond for
Ifor the levy and ('01-!.and nearly in January it i,; proposed her aillieotrtnce ill the circuit court.
ii 1~ a iid which to hoet a l'ntleil plbi intllto an Th was ~ ~ ~~ later a rraigne'dIHD A MNICCO
ta\ an wh c sa I han ft t as officers of the Royal ArchI liji Ci a i g of lasci viouisness, and H IMi C O
4 ~ .: .1 tiy 1 A 3 t 1 0 ; 2 d o ga r e t w i l l a lI s o b e Ii ns t a l l o d"tt li a s f i p 'i l V nt n d c o s t s T h i s c a s e
1,;1 I. I .reliec 1t I ~ f14y h al e tf Il C' \I ,;i:( ; w dGA N S I L F .
Ilie rightful owners, the-ir ii'eI'tiio'oet t(lla a aaleacae.
I ~ ~ ~ al to soartarv at this iiieetiiig \N' s I4i5 ~ ~'tc tti~ ~ i leci $t iiitt 'costs. t t of Il tl1 I in Id it ttt
tii~tof 'limsisherbya ciminiertt, ats for tit, least twe-nty Oer I t and Wni. (;ritnge'r, both
~ f1:tIal(enlit'~ years heo has filled this t..'-poisilh, le (:ir.4cd ith irr inYlg ('cuI(t vled( A Lag olda trg Room fo Curing Met
.!r. ,(i tand de't-rniu floitIom. 1)lle thle leeiges't inl service 1'oeeu. sti'liive'ai- to liiiy litSt r geM e t
h I, 1;t 1111% )ie tiled il h (if -t i re t-e(-rf t wy n inl the. c-it.\ ~- I ni CCl (' t, ;10 .

1tat' 1hj1. n xpdl ol l a li ;11, i tiitle'iL'Cie'' i.'''iL tii When to Go Home. 6 -t'' flit. thte FA\ 10 1 FN a. l t Ili-w~ [1,1t 14 IaaI)a' I tti l-e ee4tc1
I I 't.' ts ('llti''~ ~ thi fait \0! iittt ('ilii-et f-t int ti Friati Tilt- iflofften Ondl) !ianite'r ltit L ii, filoit (if S'~ .\tr a a1,14Inelat I .Jin't W l.e't oif
r ~ h. ir.. eei- legal rcpr, ili' t %\ Wa wh n tilte'e (Cut, gob hone. WhIiCI )-mi- -'td at r! ttjti,thi' r (1!t TOWN TEAM VICTORIOUS. 1'otit 'iensuatioeut ge !'ee. W~hen v'oni ___________________I:Ivh~ ti ii a I- wmit fun, go hoitw. Nhpn ymu %atlt










VITE GATIESVILLE SUN: PEE3M .0 1907



NGRESMAN LARK NEWS OF CITY AND

ISSTILL CTIVE COUNTY CONDENSED

O Tu#dt t' -nig, at thf home I JHE
*In Xatter of Having Refunded of tb 0. P, \ Nrt Cri-____& ;*the Taxes Collecteld on Cotton. tia chrc #,x (t to, gi%, i o. %~e -- o fsu iwl)t-r, t h e 1, roc.ed #* s hirl will
-HE PRESENTS A RESOLUTION h-, d-''otd to tit, -hvirch. Functionls
____________givo-in by t h-, goodl u i's )f t his church
k ~Following the Bill Providing for the are always succ#-ssful, h, nc* i a iiccess Hpi e sadPopr t
Refud o Mony Clleced llegllyis anticipated at this supper. Oysters Reun f oeyCllctdIle1ly 1 l be served in all ty'sat at reason- ai esadPop
as. a cotton Tax From the Growers able price. I_______________________________________________I o. the South. With a high appreciation of the pat.
AVWith a full determination to ac rorage extended tho-m during the year I h ~ i h o
ompsh bin purpose, If energy vunuts Just coming to it close, The G. W.Is t e Vi h o
tug anythIng, Congressman Frank Hyde Company takt-s advantage of the 43ark. of the Second District, hats fol. opportunity to -ttsend best wishes for'
,,e Weld up the bill recently Introduced 365 days of happiness and prosperity :by bum to provide for the re-furfflfrU to every ciiiiei"nd In fact to
49 tax., collected on cotton during the ever)-body, fir the corning year. ManV"t a resolution. succo-s of the- business for the year
_71The Suu published in a recent issue nIow At :: end. b~cause of two reasons
11,fs biH In toto, which was referred tio -his lmr.4)al cleverness and the- qua]O thecommittee on claims, arnd follow. ity of the goods 'he has handlfAd it
ba this bill Congressman Clark pre. goe Ai*hout saying that The G. WiFor Each One of Their Many Patrons
MInted the following resolution: Hydet~t Company and Its business will
"llodyed, That the Secretary of lir e,1r the game for the year 1968, as
-6 7'rillury of the United States be th', public find It a pleasure, as well
'Mlmb hereby, directed to send to a-- a satisfaction, to deal at this store. .60 R6s. of Representati'ees at the W e cordially thank you for your liberal patronage durnth
Of11104 possible day the following in. COMPLIMENT TO MISS GOODE.
:I.ilda.. namely: ps er n e tutta u ehd f cn utn h.
6"11*-Adetailed statement shG Ainlg This Popular Young Lady Received togethr ad e r ut ha or me od of cn u
1U IMOnt Of money collected by th- Fine Vote as Queen of Carnival. j~n~
buinss ogthrwith the high-class merchandise ofeedA4
.;*numt of the U nited Sucell From Friday'ii Wily Sun:
ofd buy 1irte of thley. o A great deal of Interest has been merit a continuance of the same. Our constant aim isal yst
manifested during the past three or
Stax of one-half of one cent per four days in the successful candidate ofrte"etPsil ecads tte Lw s osbe Pie
on cotton; said statement to for Queen of the Carnival which Is toofe th "Bs PsibeM r an se tteLw st osl
the ~mont olletedin ~chappear in this city tbe coming week. 6Wte and Territory of the United There has been several young ladies
i~,and, where possible, the names in the contest, being nominated and
the pqrsonu, firms, and corpora- supported by their friends and ad- ohLm1 IB t

... Use fom hqi cllcte i eah irers, and on Friday night, when the fuu1 5V .IPU IjG J
Y. Territory and the aniotnt tid&l vote was coGtd it wase aomafromeac ofsuc peson, bounced that Miss Lovie Goode. one ~ ~ & Se c orAdetaledstaemn shw Gainesville's handsomest and most
popular young ladies, had won the
-the 0ount of money collected by hoor Miss Goode receiving (4.451.
low.Mment of the United States This was indet-d a compolimenit to the DAHO RF OKT. Jl)aveIkx'nli f\ it tetoSoealCr
r ad by lrtue of the Act of lady. but one well deserved, and one ____FPRF___ET ~lyavtlliwl 11% fWilo ttnin
ofIarh7t,184 w~hwhich The gun) and her friends feel Oeo aesll' OdCtinshdbe xlui I Itt
a tax of Oro cents per pound'sr she ofrGaianesvPlseds wylrd Nooin. following, fr in The ,ll N-c'w- You are requ.?ste, ozu
eatb; maid shitement to ishow the Panle othar Fridny laNosolon.c'l gi es the I rtila ,f ti!- Out~ il-o, Monday mornnJnt
collected fu each State andcmpinnayvts,~hc ti esd From Saturday's r~aly Sun: Iraie Vf:ill o'clock. Penwos n
taft at the r'ntted States, and., lest d hyas pceitr'Z (Oe of (iainesville's oldt -t and most 'The o i~ hiCrril a'Licii. tit thilt zfers for the welfreoth
possible, tbe name of the per. 1 los to ad tlo, Als apitc l l widely known citizens, Prof. A, J. Fon.' has o(celtrrel iP1 TV s. city. fejr ., ars to iscse.fyodro firms, and corporations from kt.ddinhictyteiitIoci w(k -4a the' acitli' wiIIlhlil if uz ~ OAIODVS o
collected In each State And Ter. HA I AC.Friday ufte'rnooti. tiftur an illne-ss of lte'll Jidy a t K"iiva NO0. C. NI'G RWdjtn
Itqand the amount collaceted from ''ralI mc it hi Mrs. %N ,~i:. lL TtC'~i' l. e.2
Il of such persolns, firmsi', audo ciir- The Pepeo ad nugdWihII(eae 'a iaiN.' (if fir,-a '~i h r r, r i n~ h ____________________3@u~~~tions. ~~Delight In Terpsichorea Art. bti i hs tt'
"Tinrd-A detailed stattnient show.' ,1' I epcoia~At f~r th Iwst t\,-t st,on ,it r% I- ignll~ i!tti *.!d 'I
thl siaiount (if nm1olev collected-4 I'll" hehK 11041n1' tOf Wlorida, ill%'Slt ~ .Int h:f-'.I ~'
4 ythe Government (f th Vni t ik't th'll mntiticitI l ir't' anof ttte\i no
Sttes under sAid by \Irilt, (if 01.th e'ace hnt. iat'laec n x lt rdAli ir'~t i n the'l 'chi- t ;.il '# i I l r .i I





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$ THE G1AINESVILLE SUN: DECEMBER 30t 19.07


LiINSIL ~PRAISE FOR CLARK. :will satisfy craving for war propar.-* XMiAS IN BONNIE MELROSE.
c~,, tions? Ill the~ enld it mu11St tin p'10o lris i
Sj Mr. Crosby Thomas of Cliaveoland, the(, people of all eouiitrikts t Itit A Del ghtfu I Xn~as Tre!, Attended by
Ohio. who has Just returned from strive for ,;upronlincy. for tht-ret I., not Fine Proogr-im-Oth er Notes.

ed po(cenber 31, 1902, at Gaines- WVashingtoI1. where he has been look- only the v-t outa. for- building 'i*~ ~ .
e fi as second-class matter, Ing after legislation regard ifg Florida tlihes eliorniowl Na i cnv~i i s. mit I i 'l ) .1 *8sf
sActo ogeso ac harbors and waterways, in'-ati intter. constantt t'xiltills of keepinc IIWI"i 1 in r thi i ti tot'il Liisi
9. -- iew with a Thnes-I'nion reporter in re-pair.an ll n l wonissoi. VpsIrik lls oxssc iiilti r l
s hed Every Monday and Thursday Jacksonville, has the following to say shosws th I? ill at~okut ttii1 (),117 O f \%IH, h S.
at ainsvlle Foria.in praise of Congressman Clark: filnest wAtrshipis of a few ytars
-----1 was especially pleased andi stir- l1 \ lhut tft for the scrap-heatp. 1-~v~ul artios Quitte a wnowii'. of

M-CREARY, Editor and M'ger. prised at the favor which Congress-! 'I'l# ]I!: itation if lan~d aiA iia%: :n-lxi~i !ruit i:s (ill oil ilit
_______________--mail Clark w'as al~e to proce- for arinaint is soliit i i t he vl,', z
Terms Of Subscription: I me. Frank Clark, although a or-fItt SUI ge pn o ti .i~ Irils ill to\\ii ft) the ~ati
Twice-a-week Sun $1 a year; paratively new member, has command- less to tax people for the trt'atin w 1: 1113a, as Wl' fhut
ontbs. z-Oc.; single copies, 5C. ed the respect of the House and will that whici In really useless. ([ iRev. W. I. Eck of Chicago,
Advertising Rates: prove a very useful mail for the State. WIlls h thei forerunner of qluite a
al advertiements, 16 cents a-He is aggressive, and ye~t make-, no DELIBERATION IMPOSSIBLE. Idl' trv t flay View cottage.
or the first and 10 cents for each enemies, and has attained a standing IMr NiIC K Nlillen has returned from
onal Insertion. slo recebyCnrsmnutl Iwil6ealn tt xwsia sitoI iej'1 -an fins
plaY advertisements for three, seldo recefyriend.n ni twil' og n \ti~~'avsi oL :
d twelve months at special rates. 'hey have had many year-s of service. trip for 1), iocrats from the E~ast to lsrtit io s -r In such p~xr health.
furnished upon application. For the sake of the State it is take to at!, n d the Denver convention iteV. lx'k loild services ilt the'A Fulft
age and Death notices inserted greatly to be regretted that Florida especially its the railroads have giveui 1.1101 1 31 (l:lllrs '1!\t Suivday.FulOs Obituaries, 5 cents a line, will probably- lose both her older rep- uotice thar nio reduced fares will 1w %Ariionh tfho). I., for the holiday I
- Ls.resontatives in the House on account conceded. Ptut those who attend the art, Miss Mitim. iiiiartridge lAsv,
u and bin th hiea-ee of the Senatorial contest, and the Cnvent on as delegates may gain Ii C 11. fluffiari I, r jten. anti
Sun andthubb ic-a-eg $3.20
*Y.) World one year ...$1.65 people should not fail to return M.Nr. Composure \oiiat they lose in cash, hY C'i! Frailik atnd i'Il'arwood, Stt. Sull and The Atlanta (Ga.) Clark by a big vote, for that will still the ahsene. of the noisy enthusiasts ~tI've. N. Mforriskly Constitution one year. 1.7 5 further increase his influence in the who have i:iade some conv-entions a Ft s~ilorA Morn-. !s- returned
Sun and The Atlanta (Ga.) Hue ergrtnmr hnadlbrtv ri ieatN:i i eea
I-WeeklY Journal one year 1.50 Hus siroue. w ~y i aseeby garh toen thn adlbrtv fruitIlti~lt~i~t5~svea im
Sun and The Semi-Weekly Hehsitoue tw veym-asbl. ihtntoundsjieta- floiiit Its \% ith friends Ii A II i. .a Sayanes-Union One year ........1.50 portant bills this session, the passing tors howlii for their favorite candi- nah ands Jack oinille. Pis i-s high-grade, coP.
of either of which would make himi date, nothiii,~ that a speaker says canl It,,\ C. 1'. Hetdrick pr.'.it liil I distilled ReWio
We will not accept stamps of famous. The bill for the sale of the he heard 1). anyone fifty feet from him, iflrst sti-miiop at Trinity, church iii, ti r., of' aboue Whaser denomination than 2 cents. Ph ilipp~ine Islands wil proabl re. a n the art of gesture is nt toalda agh in witol purity;
ar u ge t b p om t he e re liel~5 t h tto' u ti ajI r r i n an ft *'li t or It is
sciesceive very little support, although to linhartin.: ideas. dtn- M r. I ltirick eislai'e-. \I r itively the hst value
srinbeire subscritons Thepremp there n e te y toar h thif during ~t, who i-4 te'ip trarilY h'i~ F ~~or tho mosney on the
gwing~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ thi usrpin*'hreulette er hntedeeto 'tvrii ioadhs ponc f0dr KeY's church market today.
excuse for not knowing when that bill will be regretted. 'W fr.,,the brilliant young at- We' it Lrett to iar that Mish's !A's(n,k WNU rptvosi
time expires, as the date of ex- "The refund cotton tax hill1 ought to tsn'yv ort ,icksomiyille who was his 1ak, i ~sfsrli itl na ~ ~ ~ H rN 6 w
on Is plainly shown opposite pass, and it would nivan much to the earni paigmi r iiager in the last guherna- Ill thet li''.is Slit, It-ft y *stvrdayc ftill' We ship dim-.ot to c'mnpumwiis name. Remit by check, stamps, W hssv u uaoir
oney order. Don't wait until people of the South to have those tonial calinv, ign, to succeed the la- th'' hospital at St Augustine. where uth ie bq o h reitars'
ome to town to renew, but DO many millions of dollars returned mlenitd ~S'iitor Mallory. ;NIr. Ilryan her nian.\ friends hipe. ,fit' -ill tid prf Every bo ts iur
OW. The white paper on which which they have paid ouit Ii illegal was alrvasi'. a avowed candidate for ~speedy r.lit. rf~
Sun Is printed alone costs Us taxes." th tit. idtedah fSntr 'Il# hita7 rea hetw algrt o 2 plWpiels
aIf the price of, subscription. WW Orde thblanks.dtedat fSntr leCrs mste tth onhlI rc h
____________________________Mallory IiniS siven him the place coil- Ilast night was anl unqualified success 5~~5 2A.$.
REASONABLE PASSENGER RATES siderahily ,,trlier than his fondest in every way. Thes hall was fieo t$.5 1 t.$.
LET US GET TO WORK. erAweneMd
hopests alit icilited. The people of the so t&astot'ully decora tedl anti thisie' US4,.I
that Christmas has passed and When the Legislature of Ohio in (Wulf (ot.however, are not likely with itc4 man)- gift. candle's4 and glit- iOWls w e
ear is onl the wane, our people 1906 passed the 2-cent passenger-rate to relish the fact that the Atlatictrn trautts rtet'd batti'
naturally begin filling up their bill the railroad managers (iecla-ed C'oast has 1) ib UI'lited( States 8e-fill sight. Tis hall vkits creswdti't to A UL
with resolutionsit was rinous avd confiscatory. But tons, andi N';! so demonstrate at thes tale v'eryc doo rs. t' oist standii Ing roomi &CO
ith r slutions.ego tigI the official returns of all the railroads pirimnary in r-qse We are of the opin- being ait a iremi him Rev. T. 11 SI- I ilr eptthere are soome moresi in the State for the year ending Jnto io n that (;t1 rnor I iroward has inadt' trunk called the iitIines to order. htabo
tant inl their significance and im- 3., 1907, as figured by the Ohio Rail- a iniistak- i making the appointmient. anti the fellowlng isroramin A~i,4 finely m u
Ct'thai oher. Te mst m-road Commission, shows a substantial and also that Mr. B~ryan hast mtadie a renderedi,
nt s ~s~tio wichevry increase ovur the preceding year. This jeol itial ii ike Ii accepting the' all- Sonig. d rt',(diss o n which litte r bo k at Increase is due' to the elIim ination of isointnlie't-It lhii. John Stockton. Ito Prnc I' ir
he t(\Iid his ltht bof unon free passes and excu rsio n rates and huilt uptil- hpresen t crowd Ii tilt IIt's-soniii Sl is'll
siki !sia\iin, "Ili Union Trhere I, the natural growth of ;sasst'ngt'r ti-affic. psdtiical ssli',se''nis to 1111\t' Iwlli Reiltatissti ''(ln islirg t's a. thee on
C niss''. i IcamdAlahuaever, Is not a fair criterion ior soilt peille \ill '*'timit Mr. Stsicktisst ~IR~tlisi lt h.n uise
r~'t dal o eel1)rudother Statos, b-ca use it Is t ra ii rst'd re'w arde-I in 'cilio lo v slat-iiz him nIn Price.
Is'- a vr m idl sow eely pover by Iint rstate railroads fro mt E'a~t to 0., Llhit nulalsi iml chair. R cilt atklei 1.1- 111e Its 11- 1" 111" 0lt

ill isis r thes warmi and Wez h i(h inulst i ncr'asii' t lie re~t ills Thir Iiie N.,: a lii;his '0l0a IeIrl
rn~r\siif which we have all for pas.,;t'nkzo'r traffic. It is al~i a twire' '.t-ta-n it~5 till Somea. VIil'. \ ra, It ilF
I ssshwstlsi determine densely 1ss)JslattAs State'than O Mit 111110 t ii k;l~si I -1a1iumls lsc-ih 'slfuus f tois'KIi.
i 'Ay r to lilt (stir shoulders oh's raki-zhairthn ew reut-'la ta e siineis a. t'ilrii i i'(Is- (ll
5- : unt, ayig aide all York. on It'iinsyl'.ania, lit'lha'-. \ith l \Ii l (,! Ill.. it i'.at a ()af'tr dit,' onfts .Sik'',.'-1f li'


1f.'.t?,,lc il it'll (' sIls we:i -ill o w It: 1i;t ( if ilt (,(sIt 11 'si if Il; 'if is'N t ce t a a e s
tu misl s htli h h r-.. ti i-t. ho ric t


1 t l' a ii-ull~ for, ot'd to 1 c hir gt' r..'sena l drt' thaii i ff ii tA te rexores 1114 rat.( It. 'i i.is-e f 't I i ii tiiht1.1.t 'lelt it ico1









U1TE GAINEVILLE SUN: DECEMBER~1 30. 1907



NGRESMAN LARK NEWS OF CITY AND
KGRSSMN CARKCOMNY CONDENSED

Is STILL ACTIVE Frmnd Duiiy Sun:
I l~oi Tunda DAY Sl
A ~~* 41 --dS~ay r'unilng, at the home 3 6
NXatter of Having Refunded 'if Mr.0. 11. Hiailey, Nimrth G;aines- s
%,ilk', the 1,adies of the Ad%-vent Chris--___________the Tame Collected on Cotton. tian church expect to gihe an oyster of
mupp'-ii, the liroceed.,i of which will
-HE PRESENTS A RESOLUTION be devoted to tht! church. Functions
____________given lby the goodl lad ies of this church
Following the Bill Providing for the are always successful, hvnce a success
Refud o Mony Clleced llegllyIs anticipated at this supper. Oysters I Refud o Mony Clleced llegllywill be served lit all style at a reason- : ai esadPo

of -the South. NWith a high appreciation of the pat- o
With a full determination to ac. rouage extended them during the year.: h X7 '~ o
4*1luh his purpose, It energy counts Just coming to a close, The 0. W.I dst e W i h o
1WIs anything, Congressman Frank Hyde Company takes advantage of the
(Wrk, of the Second District, has fol- opportunity to extend best Iwishes for
ee up. the bill recently introdue 365 days of hiappiness and prosperity-**ft* flC OPNC
*by bim to provide for the refurfflIqy to everFy customjer-iand In tact to.
ad taxes collected on cotton during the oe'erybooly, for the coming year. Man-'If LUl IJ
Civll War and for a period afterward, ager' Giirdiier has certainly made a, TE GW. HDC O
91. *1 a resolution. success or tho business for the year I --IS
-.The Sun published In a recent issue now tit in end, b0,cause of two reasons
00h bill in toto, which was referred to -his 1wrisonal cleverness and the qualthe committee on claims, arid follow. Ity of the goods 'he has handlted. It F rm ar n
In$ this bill Congressman Clark pre- goe without saying that The G. W. F r Each One of Their Many Pa
sonted the following resolution: I'II)(l4 C'ompany and Its business will
k u eved, That the Secretary of prosper the same for the year 1908, as
the T~r'eumury of the United States be, the public find It a pleasure, as well mdibe lo hereby, directed to send to a,; a satisfaction, to deal at this store.
'~heI~seof Represeiitaties i's t the W e cordially thank you for your liberal patronage uin h
arilet possible day the following in-; COMPLIMENT TO MISS GOODE.
fm o, aml:I-past ya, ndwe trut ha our mehd of co
th'MIun moA deaie cr1s~n shoin This Popular Young Lady Rcivd yaadtutL~Lm tos o o u cn i
00*nofmnycletdb0- Fine Vote as Queen of Carnival,.uies tgte he~m rhnie~~o
Goverrnent of the United St,'e5' From Friday's Daily Sun: buies oeh with the hgh-cas merchandise ~
U. ess bfJuy v itue of t6wh e v I f Agetda o nethsbe merit a continuance of the same. O~ur constant aimill ast
es Jly st,1 ~2, h'c 1e- mninifested during the past three or
16i.tax of one-half of one cent per four dayis ini the successful candidateofe th "Bs PsibeM r an se tteLwst osbl Pic.
*U o cotton; saidl Etatenwnt tofur Queen of the Carnival which Is to ofrte"etPsil ecads tteLw s
ibowtheamont olletedin achappear In this city the coming week.L IV *at* and Territory of the United There has; been several young ladies
Staeean, wereJ)55i1Cth naesin the contest, being nominated and '14 the ptrsonw, firms, and corpiora- supported by their friends and ad-Bohoh Monafromwh~mcolecte in achmirers, and on Friday night, when the P o e h .P oe
tato sop Territory ando the amount fitl vote wits counted, it wit an- h n, T e G W Hyde Com pany
ad ~from each oif such perisois,' bounced that Mims IAovie Goode, one
wA4 corporatioi. f Uainesville's hadoetand mosta
~S~od-Adetile sttemnt how popular young ladies, had won the ^6 the iount of toney cUllted ys honor, Miss Goode receiving 4~,451.~Ae ~efimeit f te Uite SttesThis was Indeed at comphlimenit to the DAHO RF OKT. Jlya"1 i f\ il tetoSoealC
undellr and by virtue of the Act of, lady, but one( well deserved, and one DEATH___ OF PROF FOIET Joly a %Nelkohi ~dyo
o of Miarch 7t,1964, whichi Ihad h. i i r
*~~ od It tax of Swo rcerit4 per Ilutid Which The Sun arid her friends fo-el One of Gainesville's Old Citizens following, fri L V~.Ntws i. Youl are rqetdt n
to sswut e she appreciate-s. Passed Away Friday Noon. ivste r 'u1r'flI*!4 I *ylMnar'ofiganI
$0n co9n; said statement toso hrhe- other young ladies alms received Oves th i-i, h \l,,Ml
~ont collected lu ench State arid fonpniitr tewicti s nd Fro Saturday's Dail 144 piolI,(k. if,!on fwhdi. oolt
le s o a dtivii n a y alo ap r l t- roromz Daily :er fo tr 1 i i i
*bore possible, the nninies4 of the per- u htth-e na e u n jeei widely known citizens, Prof. A. J. Fos- has occlrro- it til ci !if r tairs lit, (isctiul. B rd!o
aon, firms, and corporations fronq ki-tt, died Ill this city Itollit I o'clock ast1 "cI ; 11 !.1 if ~i f )I- HOI O VIC
collectedd in each Stitt anid Ter. HAD A BIG DANCE. Friday ufte'riooti, itlter an4 iliniSs of litIle .1()11\ It *t Ilt, i.l 4-r~. ~ NO. C. GIWAjti
Iftory and the amount coll. ct ed froin! iit-,iiral roth s~r. .\"I- .112'! ''~ h~si~.VaDw '
poratiof. suc pesos fims ai -r fi-I
"~~p rTird- le i 10 tstl)'l Delight In Terpsichorean Art. chiistts, linlt hai; hie'-i lit tils s fa1fo 'i thot' h ', 1ii. 4441 .t!.1t 1-~o (iA4\il i.d i i 4 nl '
"T id -A d t ll le t-ny ftso for thet past '..4t s'! igi eittil ffI t i mw -.4
g the nniint or iif) colliecte'l ,~i he vu,01 lt-'I o irlda.t illietlig Ill .I .: IETR
State undvern ant li titan Ifli the s4 11(' hloiif 11t-l, 1i4lillt'l i a n tm i t lin 1-rt ain. th ivllit \ oil r.- .
Matcs une r d Iita No Iri iitN ~ r ~hb fi..4 ~ lltl (it t I' i I*~ ii of tlI1' islliiI at h r \1. A' ud~~1I lil cl~tol .i i i-11tl or1.11'l f. Il' 44
_A04 hiti Cttlinnenu irli-g' s agiei th iof Jul%- ati, he'."\iII' V'!l:! .' .4









_THTE GATNESVILLE SUN: D-ECEMBER, 30 1907


iAlNjbVILLE PRAISE FOR CLARK. -ill aifvtl-N:r XMAS IN BONNIE' MELROSE.
AAILtiois? Il rh er iTlwerhl
s unlf Mr. Crosby Thomas of ( lt&. Il thei tltlt 0 t A CeI~ghtfuI Xmas Tree, Attended by
Ohio, who has just returned froi stiv f(rII t Fine Program-Other Notes.
ed ece bef 31, 1902, at Gaines- WVashington, where he ha4 bN en loo ()ilit NiI Wii l )1 oi).' e 2,- zli iS of
p ia Poe scnd-class matter, ing after legislation regarding Flo ridai tti t11111m Mtl 4, :ollN. -11t A'l iOttfinih
r ~tof Congress of March 3, habrInl'aewyi' an iter ( n-A t ex1ti- ):~ith ~f tett1UI~i
ed Acer harbk s ndle *..rwa t-( t,,[ i.o pri Stt tilt ,~ Mio i ll 11 t) abou
Mondaand~~rsd y lew with a Times-lUnion reporter in rcpair aindi n ". Ih'.\,o 11oillin to o abouht
sh t E viery I1 M o loy rid T h r d y In lpra is e o f C o n g re s snm an C la rk : l n e t wriis o t1 ,:1 0 !i e r Ig Kh i l
at ___Gainesville, _____Florida. '' was especially pleased and su r noW"t hut f*t for' thlt tAithIvma aFis.Qit ubro

MJCR EARY, Editor and M'ger. prised at the favor which ConigreIss-!'~ Ii I: "ttiI 'I ii--i .iiotmiing fruit Is-; still oil the
________ man Clark was able to procure for arm.lie L: s.i t.in ,
Ter s o Bu scrpti n Ime. Frank Clark, although muor- Irtst so01, agree upoil, for it i,'n~ N '. rrivals Ii towon for the sa off
Twice-aWeek Sun $1 a year; paratively new member, has command- le" to ta\ people for the trt*:ivti :1 '~ VliisadWt f mat,
%~tbs, 50C.; single copies, 5c. ed the respect of the House and will that which Is really u-;tless. Williamsl and. i.e of Chia,il
Advertising Rates: prov ateyusfliltfrte ~~ t~iv forerunner of quite a
Advertisements, 15 cents a-lie is aggressive, and yet makes no DELIBERATION IMPOSSIBLE. :~ '1\it Bay View cottage.
ortefirst and 10 cents for each enemies, and has attained a standingle hsreure fo
pl adsertioent. fr e seldom reached by Congressmen until It will e a long and -i \i ii' A.11 many friends
d twlvewonha t spcia raes'the~y have had many years of service. trip for 1), mnocrats from the List t,) F'.2-,r t ~ ~'*ti uhpo elh
furnished upon application. "For the sake of the State it is take to a, dthe Deriver cbnvcTitiflh. wv ]V:(k hodsr ate
age and Death notices Inserted greatly to be regretted that Floridla espijally as~ the railroads have gih' ltv hrii !wrrin !:,.,\t Sunday.
Obituaries, cents aln. will probably lose both her older rep)- notice that :io reduced fares. will 1.' A1110liv tht-t, I *.for the holidays

Our lubbng Lst.resentatives Ii the H-ouse on account coticedlvd. But thiose who attt'nii the art, Miss Vililij I *' artridge 1,ee,
Sun and the Thrice-a-Week of the Senatorial contest, and the convention as delegates miay ai ~~lII C PI'. llffmallI It 'I ()teen. andv2
Y.) World one year ...$1.65 people should not fail to return Mr. compjosure ',.kiat they lose, In cash, b\ C'.. Ftidk imt .d ).ti Yirwood, Stet.
Sun and The Atlanta (Ga.) Clark by a big vote, for that will still the abs;enr of the noisy enthusiasts :Sill Lee, N. Morris
kly Constitution one year. 1.7 5 further Increase hisinlecintewohv iaesm cnetosit A-;FriMrisii eund
n and The Atlanta (Ga.) influeec ineter who have moe some conenletio i.,-li, oa Nou- ~rtre
-Weekly Junlone year Hous0 \iltifsvealm
Suournahegel-We H a introduced tovery i-assembly. With ten thousand spteta- fl lbis %\ ith friends Ili At 1:mtn Savan.
es-Union one year........ 1.50 portant bills this session, the passing tors howlini. fo~r the! r favorite candi- nath id JTuicksoniille'. )g-m c
of either of which would make him rate. noh~-that speaker -says ran IZ, C. P. Ievdrick iprotat h.'d hii r distilled Rye Whis.
We will not accept stamps Of famous. The hill for the sale of the he heard 1) anyone fifty feet from him, fir-t -"rinou at Trinity church (il Auin- of absolute purity; i
er denom ination than 2 cents. Philip pine Islands will piroba bly re 'm d the art of gesture is nt eiiii:l ri % t \t i i to -i 'a lp e a ,, 111. fge fi i w loo ril and ofto lvr It Is
scrbes reured o e roptceive very little support, although to irnpartinz Ideas. riei'' Mi-. 1(edrick replace". Mr. positively the bet value
scie seubsgedtos Thepremp there are likely to he times (luring 10,1111 'Ii M. \\ho Is fehiplorarilY iii vtiirg' for the money on the
ewing their susrpin.Teethe next ten years when the defeat of (oernor llroward has alipejlnted of Ci"lir Key's church. mairke.t today.
excuse for not knowing when that bill will be regretted. IV. .1. Plr~an, the brilliant young ait I 'I zett ei ht~~sL'~ IMCDbUUFU
time expires, as the date of ex- "The refund cotton tax hill ought to tornejY oif .1iucksonville who was: his .LU' ksoni is suff,-riig froim an i i-ct'es N *T IN 311,
on I planly hownoppo~tepass, and it would moan much to the campaign vinaiger Ii the last guherna iitl'La ie etestr yfrWihpf-ttcnuwg
name. Remit by check, stamps, ~peo h ot ohv hs oilt ucet-hsia t4 uutn,%h-eiadtu ieorcmo"
oney order. Don't wait until peo h Suht ae hs oa canwpiign. tosced the In- th hthelatS igitii' hr s a e a( this ,QU'g,,ris
me to town to renew, but DO many millions of dollars returnedlretdSntrMalr.M.Ir'u her nuiuii friends larpt' she will flid( mt vr btl sgm
W. The white paper on which which they have paid out Ii illegal was aireld% an avowed candidate for sleidy13 re-llc f. awe ilbIeudit
I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h Ceoic.adtedah fSntr ''~(hiristmas tree, at the town hall riefrM plate VC04H
gun Is printed alone costs us taxes."Viofie :dteeahfSntraw k& if the price of, subscription.it
____________________________Mallory liiai i.'veui him the place conl las-t night %as ;i ufl(lualifit'd muc~'s8 I ft $Si1 12 IOL $.U
LE SGT OWR. REASONABLE PASSENGER RATES sielerahly earlier than his fonldest in cit.iry way. 'ft, hal AOwns~u M.~ve
hopes antic i'lated. The people of the so tiisf ifu li (Itteorutti, aind the- t ree, AlSiiwe td
htCrsms a asdad When the Legislature of Ohio i (Gulf Coast, however, are not likely \'with it, mlanY gifts, can1dles and gilt. bi -lCe
ear ii onl the wane, our people 1906 passed the 2-cent passenger-rate to relis-h thle fact that the Atlantic terhing otinnie'nts, irelsetetd a bletiiti- aturaily begin filling up their bill the railroad managers declared Coast has 1both l'uuited States Semi- fill sight. The hail %%-is crowded to M E
with resolutions. it was ruinous alid confiscatory. lHut tors, andl \\;I so demonstrate at the tit very dootrs, "e,'Ti staninig r(ofl & Co.
ile ri-solutions are good things, if the official returns of all the railroads jiriunar y in Ii{q We are of the opIdii being at at irounim tutu R. T. If. Simart ki-pt, there are some more in the State for the year ending June ion that (;,vi rnor liroward has made trunk called thet audience to order, CtU gU tailt ill their significance and im- 30, 1907, as figured by the Ohio Rail- a mistake Ii making the appointmnnt, "Id the" followlng pireograml Vas, finely Jnu
re tan oher. Th mos mmroad Commission, shows at substantial and als.o that Mr. Blryan hla, ae rnee
trc's(Ilution which every man increase over the preceding year. This political inikake Ii accepting the 11p1 Song. ,,(t doni in his little book at increase is due to the elimination of liehiltnmont, HI im. John Stockton. %\ill Ilraye r.
riam if the tide is that of union, free passes and excursion rates and 1;,:i It upl tiht, present crowd Ill theit- 11pe ill sitit rtenidiiir~ o (,Ii luijxiin, "Iln Union There Is the natural growth of Ipassenge'er traffic. p(diiticail ,aildl.-. stems to hav'iuen eittuii, been rl~g~ 'tli i! c. rta inly a true one. The result Ii the State of Ohio. how- 'ovir lou ke 1-Y the G overnuor btth Price.ti o,' f~tJh u'~n e
(Pintosville and Alachua ever, is not a fair criterion tor s01110 wle! N%' ill s-,. tm-it Mr. 'tcio IS i'iail
it wm~re'at deal to feel proud other States, because It I,; tra versed rewairde'! i Iii liv fl lariniz hinm Ili IPrice.
'r~;ue hs sile seety oerby interstate railroads friui East to th'- v''iowrtati)rial chair. 1tecitatiln. eth B4ie 1.11,. It lu Ouit
West \hich mus increase helt retur.,ToI hv o\ifulad iaV
str-iwi, wid1e01r the warm and rutt tr iiui iv e'aI ii~iu d ~
ax a.of hih w hve llfor passenger traffic. It is also a inart' S4'., il Ln i eu M-.nu'. Nmt l1115 11k v
It Ae should determine densely lijmulateul State' than imny to tl, V sn '1.1ii It ''1 ilillil-i is 1111ut I i i- i' tic ift-i to tilt- K i l'
.''' an toC liut our shoulders others, ranking-. liu'lzir than Ne-w Lreate-r fimni tiat iinsunw(it\, we airi R-'(Itittiull hr tilt. Cht-t '. (irii
t- a unit. lay* ing aside all]) k rPenyvna ueraN~Il All (it tliti- 't-heut q limrt. r 'Cf tilt- (Cuts.
itse't uitht-d ofliili the euIn ll f h' l ri S, 1, L' W,i lwir P1r in i',
1 ilfft'rpuneS. If we 'will itsl I'tl-o-l fui-ui of~ tillth~ ctra ;1. if Eh.h r 1 1 .4i 1i'l Il
hIia~e a year hence a it A'ould seen that the' luitc-tato- file, t'~' h,. OwcL lt h rice- theilift'i i ut Pit I I I .' h nku frI_ ll re- ionnsio '0 I1 lelr. ta o ind tl ,umu li'm'eui .e)I' (..ia li i a #I."ie'i. i












THE GAINESVILLE SN: DECEMBER30197 ______41

NE*S ~Th Cause of Man decide whether or lot the cmirtho "''do1tkeOrdi' Wle
STATE n Caue of ianyshall remain iI T hr~d \'
Sudden Dets ISyn is a P urdidate for Jthmm Mcounnof-~
LiveW Oak isto have a De, nion 7-r i disease 1,pvailitg ilt:.ty site. -IVa. "Because, afe
&epot. COLa tr. m(stdean -c r ous ~~usod The Tam pa Soard of Trad~e aro, 0,11
The saloons of St. Petersburg were '"p1I oe oan a htwl rn for severalyer
closed all da Ch (1ristmnas.Ud e~u the parcels post. They-) suirte that thtd Wi
C -.- it1leart us- I tobe
I '' reason for objectinlg to the sanif robe and trying i1rt14C
The fishing lnd ustry of Pen-isacola he lcr fai~ rc or that It will Injure the sinai I town andiA ~ e itotrle
a)x)mdiieswtnu obtaining r
gives cnhJloynlerlt to over Sir p'vx. vhe re'~ oftu onl berie the miord r hounsc.- iitors anu Tkr
A fvorte a~t in in Pal Pe di IV CiA-ase. if th agr cte.fo i;nJ, in WVine of Cardui, a golden m edici e r
Is to go fishing out onl the long pier. aloedod~nee ~ti -nrcm edi-bv l t
N allowevoalIiieon The vegetable txjire,4s hai 1),: il ills, Jn cnreo m dita ve llth s r
tledu )l ill, atii- into commission onl the Florida fE't
The Salvation Army gave a big tic'i A I d1 Ml t Catadwl u regular during com-,laintS
akiviIorgatns, (tausinig catarrh (of Coas an wil rn S
-Chriattnas diner to the poor of Pensa- tile fIdujliler, or the kidlney's thenmselves the vegetable season. Heretofore tit(
cola. !oreak lIo%%n an(I wAste awa y cell by cell, truck bar been handled by thse regular Cariui fuirnishes safe relief for backacht(2
Strawberries were, among the fruits frm I:elratroublent alote kidnes reslt trains. The crop this season Is r,,- peidia pains, irr,-ua painful or unhelV
othe market itlatwfrCis-'I curle is ob)taindI nickeA by at proper ported extrA large.
mae. ~~~~~~~~~tre.atmrent of teI i evs. If yon are feel-.eilfoadalalet rmw ihsc
Sweet potatoes are selling for. $1.40 ing badly yol Call *iake tic mistake by Bugasetrdheb-omof enlfow adalli etsrm ic
homested, aretaking D~r. El liner's Swamp-Root, the Brlr nee h e-om' efc ~i ~ i~Awmi~rbushel lin Hoet a nd aegreat kldnicY, liver m~id biaelde, remredy'. Capt. 3. W. Collier of Kissimmee while suff er. A pretoicfor dlct o
rather scarce at that. It corre:cts iiuabiiitv to Jlollj urine and he and his wife were both asleep in e tbem dcefogilan w mnwh acsu
______ calding paiii In passing it, anril1 over- the room and took fromi the Captain's e t:b mdci frglsadw en l
The ongegatona chrch f Iay-cotne% that unpleasant iievesitv (If being The Cogregatonalihurch f Day to go) ofteni tlarol'gh the daY, pants pockets $250 In r'a hI and his gold to the complaints pc:ulia-r to their sex. Ha ne;
Wna has Just Installed a fine new pipe ainid to 9(t Uiii Ii-y times dinrg the watch. No clue as to the identity of
*organ valued at $3,500. nuighit. T1hie miid an~d the extraoriinry the perpetrator has bevii found. over a million who used to suffer as v'ou do
__________ effect of Swanip-Roo-t is 5(9011 renlized._____It stiiils the liighec.t1 for its 1"itail1erful
The subscription rate for all week- curfes of tliq i ust dlistressinlg k-,ss The Ocala Bianner iavs that If ant At every drugy store, in $1.00 bottles.
ly papers in Manatee county has been Swatip-Rtot i,4 vIijeals.:t to take and is extra session of the IL.egislature is
raised to $1.50 per year. solil by all siig ill i fiftY-ce lit (11241 called Marion county will be without WRIT US A LETTER VINI
_______ irl-dllu ~ic otle~. o~ti, lia representation, as Njr. \\artmann has dmwribing fully all your symnriorrs IN St.Peersur wil ol anel, c~olsample bottle of tis woirlerful liewv (1,im an ewlItn o reAvc
t.Peerbug il hldanelctoncovery and~ a l,(mil: tla~t tells aill an)it It, resigned to accept a position on the ind pelaill sead enelpe LiAdvie

onthe 31st of this month to decide both setit f rev ) bv uil. Aildres-, D)r. Kil- Board of Control and Mr. Mathews is Med ir Co., Chaltanooss. 'Ienn. whether or not the city will bond for A-in iCoilito4ltrauoi. N. 1,16 gle now In ilartow editing a newspaper. I aO $8,0.oifer in tlhis papt-r. D'Mcnt illike ny __A wood famlae Is thr~atened fit De- mistake, hut reiteutierthle rnini,Swatnp.- The Highway D~evelopment ConiLand, says The Record. Wood is now Root, D~r. iilnitIer's wa -Root, ndi the pany of .Jacksonville has declared a dlv--________________sai~ng for $6 it cordl. tire,m, 11, 119lullto', N. Y., on ever-, idend of 10 per vent onl all preferred
stock and 5 iter e-nt oil all common
The strawberry crop at and around made biy the* prisoners8 In the Perry stock. This cotnianv o~l 20 f h Stake s it ~ie cndtio. he ro choicest lots Inl the secti:tit of HighStakeisinflu cniition ''h copcounty jail. Assistance, however,
In expected to bev worth about 40,receti!jalntmeo sg heway, near the S. A. L. rilway's 119w

Congressman S. M. Sparkmann has jalo,____tonpionrsapd It now looks as though O)cala will
introduced a bill Inl Congress for a pub-W Goivernior I iroward has gran ted Will soon have her public buho ilii g. B ids
Stc building ait St. I'viterslitrg to cost F 'r Th. were opened in Washington s''veral
$100,000. thth n~taid oteprmn days ago and several cario' wit? in the
Citiznis e ni ghtai py tothe ard i i ut of cost fixed b~y ('oi;&gr- s. ('()il- made extenisi 'e pl") Iirations for the hentf-tic'le to one of life imprison itiunt. tract for the erection oif thet linllitig
ei ntertainiing of the. State Teachers' ______will dotibtiesnrly be i2 a 50115 t 1:14 v
Association. Waiichtla has a society known its Vi
C. ~ ~ ~ k -l.t Tu n r ge 1 y ars ('01111k tilt- I atile' Village Impiirovement At45() St. Augus tine will soon9 hav ~e a ji 'as. ted suicidein Jl,' vl lst lweekn cit iont wich hs 111lceonil isbed much tiro resort sin:d lar oil a smiall scale __I
Sby shuitting li usel V in Ills rior andl ml fo r thiat tki itii the way oif plan tilng to what (Coney Island oli, to New York. P
turning oil tilie gas. trees5 and inak~ g nleeded' Improve There will he much nil919 y si 4(11 t int_- --- (WVIll -putting thet place lit shape. They piro- KU
The Clyde I Jihi St 11inlsililolin o ailN iwo int-ii Ail tlivo19is oif fortunoe Ilio5( to have, a first -(lass dano-e hall K E. will have ait ill nv' llaMsl'Igl'in ho011 %%r ikallinlt-9 last we'ek il it hr- restaurant, sconi railway, rnerry-gonanicil the Moihatwk IiiOll omisloilanoh-a:o lcycudnts~ut round, a elnhihusf' and1( n~;iny other early- next !1'l..liv,'l- to 11 I-kl thtIl gaiil'f thc'lt. dill.- ltnisl'liu( ts for yong arnd oild. Souithu
Ing t~w holiiljj~s.lle-aih will ho1 the site (if th-, rs'-ort.R yor Cn W
The, mw-o IiolI'tlnk Hotel1 Ill St.u il tll~t~5
Peetugll, 11115 41911 v forn till, W : i. Iiks-r hats Fipvdacarloadl What's Ex~press~ Prepaid
Ietaal. h19,' Ii I,4 tho~rougly iilli'- Wo(Iiig- '111 lsg'~~ ~ ~~'rth doing Is worth doing w~i.I
9 ~~(.(lull( ..'li is th' first ?5(11 :j. you wish to be cured of Rheuinnatlsnu l%"' k I fhr i kc Ls In rIo
(If Iltln .silI'js9 fruml thalt (919110) 11s8, Itailard's Snow li.niment an~d yv' )s 1)rn tI p r, in I i rest StrliI NI V \ Hi it- iii ?fig grml'.' r. ink. Iil 1 g 'i-4t inwi'9 in ll be ''well cured.'' A positive cureI od .11,1 if flvgs tills \'e'ir (99: ai for~ Sprain.Nuagi.rls o











Wr TVTHE GAINESVILLE SUN: I)ECEM1BER:30, 1907


WEDDING AT FAIRBANKS,~LGLA~~RSMNS


MERSI INSTITUTE

I'wo Populr Young People Joi' ed To- ;).I)I C' ~. IONERS' SALE.

TO BEHELD HERE ~gether on Cistrn.is Dai IiIi II.I


l" awl rcilirtny Locatel, the institute

Well Attended. An'ti II Ir



:N SEAKERS TO COME~ ~ ~ I \ t.~:1 Iif~



ri j Will be the Honorable j, I I*I Ni~ ~N i% I' -.k I I,.\

C, It! of Agriculture, and Con- I i Ai' iII

essan Clark-'Meeting Destined THE SUREST WAY TO111. il'tj t)tik I,*, .'.ii

p'co.e of Grea Benefit. lde 'Ivh\ J'
I FOOL A PIuK-POCKETI Uac I 'ldN ,jri\
It h act a:'raiigefllelts wo' rt, Itt~ 1,11 \
le 1,I )lklig a largely at- J o C 1IN(1 ~ k l~ I1 Ind I I ItIolI'll:it a l i I I' A( f III 4

farsl ~ Sate meeting at AI VIU.4 I t!'ltt- l'n
h iin th m ntsof No- D)o1 t C1111 VX V0111, W1Un' jIhiiliroce'--i tit I he p-ii iLII
linring t<( month .0t1 '
1),t-siiibeI' and January instl- arotm i witlh v l --Iit Tif I "et tr'itti i- lt[tlt\\\I i 11 '''~'~
IIIai ~ s c t O .1 Z- I ill I~ 1' "'elice o 4 1' 1 L... 1 '1 I\ : V I, l ~ 1111' p I Tr't'' ,

bit'as itsy were called for IIlo 1,i lNk of pr11 IIIii& I r L''. I
:ir '' of the VaIrious Seec. l1t~~ dU1(I eliiek it out I,, re-1 fi'I ltk i rt > i r 'r:t('tfik'. lin a'l k'. '> Statte ,u.I' I i' smtli


it *.j1v.is lipisy idea to have I ilmI ill Coill o'i imui I ll I i'' t l.I

at'd Ci(!intral institute, o r i 1 l v h k: t I iS U' '. : ttidi'. i-. I n I .I iiii tt't'I
'III'itI'l for -(W~~ ) tryV tim e. "a-. Ai .'Inl crs limi -l~ \%iib )It~1 utr
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TILEGAINESVILLE SUN: DECEMBER 30. 1107


book-keeper of Cil W. 1Daukniight, Sllkent yostterday %vith relative es an -I frienuds S Ft CT N yesterday in this city with hi.. i iil\ il Gaiitilt "tr. Arnow N ts formii
O WI RIUMr. "I4 Mrs, 11. 1, Siiialihm ,I o,* ,~ .I\ a 1ks i lle bov, and h it I'ii m

COUNTY CONDENSED tm.Mrs. Si,allbome i, I- i r*~t~tit i a U u 1
-o f A r a n d M r s \V J is a i I 1; ,% pt1 l i". -T 0 11 r

S tiers of General interest Gath. friends het, h ~viti- it ii WILO
71 see her.em
ered by Oufr R~porters. Dr. 171. C. ('ra\ irtl ~ ~rp.tvE .
who is engiu.ed ill iii dli- ill w !"i~e stiliiulattsbt o4 i

RS:NAL AND SOCIAL ITEM s i h iyI0i
was n te (i V ~sttri~y.I Iliitato. It is the but I\.ti4
-ford states that lit, i k '~t, t; i N, G a rantt- 1 or your mnity tatkk 1.
tHas Happened and What Is encouraging CIriI::- trA. ;.. i.&t,: W\. Ifoflni & Co.
&imto Happen Told in Short Para- lie aticij)ptt it 'l Subcriivers on rural fre dullIero CH I ST M AS~IR TREA SU RES,
lips So That ,He Who Runs May as the people ()t' 1,,.1 -1 :t 1:; routes call send in their subscrilltiow., to be inl a mnost jis--ri (' w, ilill by the nwail carriers. Person., who Red. NNinTe'u. Plro ii and lvi S t 1 o desire The Sun oil such routes call
oi Fr day'll P !dNA J Jacksonvillt, wcl, iiii i!,- the\asosn in yte ares NOW ON SALE
,jalso sendl pe bynndn the carritrs
C ii i .:hi aunit, Mrs. H. day It is mildo r~t )i tilit V.. i l '. 1 W A. pt'~ter, a regular '4 intti 'I'
a 'ii to 11who owil (icolsidl'rl1,1 l : I l l ,I ittir. hilt- ii:ived froti tilt, Notrth, Il I ~o a c
1lt-_Af. the Wina~or St-i"L 1 'li (I () I'' %Il renit;,! here until sjil' N1- W e i I ie Y u n p c i n o Our F n y Goods
311. .)tafla left esterday for a desiratlt 1,1' tl-i '.; ITV to I s that 1wi gill ft) Yor1w~~~u
1:d, 1.- li t? IAill spend a few Air. Sat uwwr 4, Nw h ) \Ill it ack anioii his Florida frit nil ai~ inl CLA adC~-BXSDLL-GADLTL
~ ih:ltV'.general wagotn-liili Id 1 Ilo'>en a jiltn i\ lFNY USad ACR

\. i iit to his parents, Mvr. !*Fece liI n i i i:tgthsgoet am hpa ins'-Ls. ( dn rm i-tua~ti'S(tlt r~itr of Elgv'iie, \%a'a t- NECKTI BOXSHANY CUS nSACR
Irs~ VSeJe lestday Hil SanFl(] 1 ness visitor to this city 't-eterila Nil. GLOVE and KERCHE IL30BXES SAIGMG
Ir kV egl.ysed~ofrSmFh~k fiok (;,kildt'u1 hjj the honor of ha~ii ilix NOET BOXES FANCY PLATES AND BOWLS
., r pu,,lt aud sister, Miss Liz- where they *w ill. "pet'id a fk'\N tl11111~1t- lostolfint it his p011, niallit I aft~ in NOET boxES BALLS and OTHER TOYS.
in e ~tyfromn Fort White, ing. Squirrecl and other gaint is saidt hinI abo
J Of thV' 4 4ut,, M Is. R. B. Peeler. to be plenltitiii ill tilt. hia ininoc-k at t his r W TEion(fJakn\I,; MACU NGS S
~ tln~I #Clenny and his in- season, and it ikl xpe('taI thatt, \Nai ityort afe .It'slll. %AIUIGST AKES ~k~
19 tI laughter, Miss Josie, hunilt will prove it profitable one. At, wonay 11i t was cit foutew hit, ill' Tk LE SES. tIn
th 1 r m C dl a e t r a y r t ,fi il f t ooii 'l i Alachuta, \N here~ he h ais beni oil a i i GENTS' TRAVELING SETS tl i I;I 1\ big results. andI all are, gettn tittit pilea.sa visit to this ilren P., LCt I PI N CU SHIO0N S
1 l:stt~f Peale has gone to p)ots In ra-diies anr thrir At. Irn. Eloe NK STANDS;I'l~
1'i, wbe she will spend a day* A. Lass-iter 11,11, a (taina's~1ilelM taY iSad r.A.I.Enoe.IKSAD
%kit.Tier friend, Mliss Minnie who11 has (101W wvel ill Alataliii wht-re Capttaini I L. W. Fontaine of Nlic'almll'Y- GILT CLOCKS / 1 ti~.li
p .he i,, eloyeI0(-d bV tilt' K Jaksl IwoI nlgdI telhsht'li PICTURE FRAM ES IiI S-. irett sto ck
E I'u tenvlstrsbrConipaiy at Lockhart. has bllins erNwer.wsi h 't GOLD-PLATED MIRRORS t ni ia-)Ik.y to
\Vr NIf1a nd, was nal thors in e ;iy fr I iat t O o h e for at few !,urs Thursday. le was tii..F :~ l
route t the mIines froni Ii-, hetil' IPV Oou
Vo itrsday in Gainesville Oil days oil a visit to his fath'i. L. L. het lie tjeiit a most pleasanthistl!'ul 1111.l. assiter hits ilaioy friends hecre Ier as. riMran ~ M. K. Flowers of who are always glad to se'e hii.li 1 L Ladies' and Children's Coats
slijring are lit the city onl a says' Alabania is a fine count r. blt Lost~ql oril Willd-~Ic iniw it
idlati, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. he is Olt to get back hon-e icnce Ill fo"at -t aiite ")'it~rk- I i intb*dt .k p Ii .lt j'i\ai il
1~ t hl. M.IIill I,, inl tho naval I d crop hii one ear, swallow fork~q iiim-Ilrt tllI'--11m
awio other; calf upper slope and utidarlit 'Tt rLttlli itei ali it (alu

Ii one (aswardo fork ndr a uiiit (1,1iS ttt)li-s alp ilk.111i.1. 1 of Newberry, were Cont Iiy l it other.Readfrironto o
'v) spent yesterday ill D r. It. :11Ma 1a41 fain IlIll of Jack- 1\I-, Marchan ny, A lach ua. Fla. DRESS COD
4lV.sonmille w\t-re( Ill tilt. CII' \VI-dIIvesilay,1
., i friends of ttkilss Nlargaret It. 'Ill\ ]or. pI. I it I k aiI I .t l -i ie U\ I i F it K \ ltho is attendiii ing~il \001tiii ~It Mr".Ma
t('i- 1-- tl. Ii Jacksonville, !si~tvr, MrS I's J ail' Ti l lalt -4I v. b gr if d to a'i itji it. 4'I1\ I I I f\I III tit I
I> (t I nahith Ii, mi other, Mrs. Iaild May faill11y e njoyfd t i lic ( I I- %%i e gaife ft) ip a'I-it liat
()t 'Xhtiiug, lihi city. mias trt'a toga i-th'r whilei was a (it.. flit. fiae ti ~ tili 41( i t h 4t.
Y "*J'. Hill and son have l-ltfi atai t% littl tl4 \Jwr-ov. ratiltl ]I)%
aind little folkt-. j'!wri4, aNrt' iatiiratlv tYlI
Il an~oJy, wheier ef r 4% i ic I i e- i f t I % I' I (I f I e ii (I ia I~e
it i rs. H ill's par- flianiY hliiidt-iitiit' jtrcst -its, ar t111 \%.i d'i tle ha'.- I1,11i' raw.n "
'Ahieh wa S tit t f -tt(I \A itli W C lliflll "11111-.wl,
SUE. (' shitty it ( Ia- 11.1 vi 111' ati I h s til I lt ti atui4
colored ctudla's. 11i1:1'10 1lis "'" -s ig Aiilp lt tfit,, c~inl.r- Y I t. *-Ia I N
"lark, A. 1). Me- saco tat- 11 W M1 s a tlt \'t e~~ i it l t i l. I-:141111V o J A
Ia~ t tI tit vii au l I Ill ttld t~i il kill m o of~- i. A .-at Ii ~ / '.
M c atri 1 ofa1l i -. roiln cot Alt li Ntz fil 1)eatmm-~ li l! l~ -.4 -I i- li 1111 I i ih
111"i e o u rs- 'l y S 1' r v 11 -1? i l i 1. 1 i t Ill ty 1111 if 1 .1 4 lit portlU
in t V v lt-t j ka t of \\,4 f (i 'i, 44 .t'
1itr liar.

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