Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 7, 1905
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01045
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VOL. XXII, NO. 259



Body of Man Literally Ground

To Pie0ea.


1White Wife of Chinaman Loee Life.
Man With Fractured Skul Dragged
from East River-Weman is Found
Sound, Qagged and Seneeleea.
New York, Dec. 6.--Thre of New
Tork's great highways, the river, the
underground railway and the street of
Stat dark section known as Chinatown,
each furnished a police mystery today.
Ia the cues of the subway and COhi
lastown, death had come between the
-victims and the investigators.
Mangled by Train.
In the flrst the police have only tie
mangled body of a man who, before
be hurled himself before a rapidly
moving trala, had taken every precau
tloa to thwart the efforts of the off-
eers to establish hit identity. His cloth.
Ing, unmistakably new, bore not a sin-
gle distingulshlag mark, and not even
a trinket was found in any of the pock.
The mas appeared to be about 40
Tears of age, weighing 170 pounds, was
6 feet, 9 laouk in height, had dark
tair and blue eyes, and the scropulous
Sar with wilhc he was dressed Indl
cated that he was not a laborer.
Beyond thee detail abowever, noth.
1lag is knows. The mas umped direct.
ly la ferot of a4t -a- 4t swung Into
t.e One HusJadn i 'B Thirty-evennt
street sad Broadway station of the
mabway. Mi body was literally ground
'to pleoes.
The Chiatewn Mystery.
The Cblaatown mystery was. the
-death of a woman. Little Laae, a white
-woman, whose hauband, a Chinaman.
-dled a short time ago. Since tbhee ahe
ba been living In Pall street in the
b ouse of Mock Duck, one of the most
iotortons of the (hincee leaders in
Slew York. who is now under arrest
awaitingg the trial on a charge of trur.
-der. loatle Lane bhad three callers
last night, a (Chlaman and a white
mana and a white woman. During the
'ight these callers summoned a pay
gatlaa and notlled the polloe that their
"'-tes had fainted while she was e
tertailag them. The physlelam who
ibuad her dead when he arrived, re-
arued the death as nasplooas. The
pellce pet the three callers under ar-
at and bega an lnvesttittloa.
Dragged from East Rver.
The central fliure I the mystery
Sthe river is Illiam Halltaler. aed
S 1 yeas. a market ana. who says hbl
heme is la Toakers He was drained
*'m t he bWst riv er a te upa per ead
-4 Relgata early th s moraiag. more
4id thaa alive, by a tag hoat eaptata
P toheard bts crUs for help.
lHallagesawr ai m ame owa from
IflTi he repterday with a load of pr
ihft and after disposltg his wares
i to enjoy himsel f He told
p U hat i emim bee le Ittle
late Itet slt stal he was toaed
ImmgoU i the water. At the bea.
S9RaI it was ha4d thi t-e aa had a

Yenr Old I es SAd Sese.
M- ael Webr., a SyMareld Irl. was

ho eamd. ue asd seasaises. Ia the
aDway a the hosee to Wet Fwrty
rst stret, where ase reted with twe
SilH ompa o. Se waa takes to
. be(ptal.
Star hors t s wa' --aIbl to give tar
* edrtee ay 'tt *arin wtZeer to ar
e i- their. 'r, .tg her ase lllmas

r e *.r.' tIeem O@tes.
hUttaj E [Me. 6.-Pruassees

Vr mlem I. foe getslmesl it
-e lld i e as e t a Ut riate

'CInhr. Mbe DOe 6-C 0.
,- eaerLted Ush
un~w o O" -L aftm tosa w mw
* ~- E~ l* w -
~mgs m. A ft m .uwd

WAOR -ON" Ol N 0 101ON CO.

May ODeve late Rxtenalve Disturb.
anee Am.e aWilIdig Trades.
Chloago, Do. -W- r began yester
day e te Ohbeeeo dMlao company by
the elaotrlans' ualoa, may develop
to the meet extensive disturbance,
among the buUdnlg trades since the1
great lookout of 1900. Several simau
strtIhe already bave been called an,'
more wll be ordered today.
Thee agents of the electrlcans'
hulon visited the big down-town buil d.
nll in the afternoon and wher-ver a
nonunion mha was found aniployei,.l the
unaon workmen were ordered to stio
work. The same plan will be flow
ed today. It Is the intention of the
leaders to te up every contract of the
idtlon oompany on which nonunion
men are employed.
The greatest danger of the strike
spreading lies in the attitude of ti.-
other unions In the .asoclated build
Ing trades. It practically is certain
that the close alllande among the va
rious trades will impel every union
workman employed on a building to
show his sympathy for the electrlcians
on strike. In such a case bulldlng
operations would be brought to a tand
still. The board of business agents
of the associated building trades will
take up the strike question today.


Workman Thruet Cold Bar of Steel
Into Furnace of Molten Metal.
Chicago, Dec. 6.- ifteen men were
burned last night by an explosion in
the International Harvester company's
plant at One Hundred and Twentieth
street and Muskegon avenue, three of
whom probably will die.
The exploeoll was caused by a work
man thrusting a cold bar of steel Into
a furnace of molten metal. In the Im-
mediate vicinity of the furnace at tht
time sixty men were worktln 'I
more seriously injured were In the
furnace pit.
iollowlag the exploloa chaos reign.
ed In the furnace room for several
mlautes. Molten metal was hurled
a'out the room and the smoke and fire
that shot from the furnace filled the
room so the workmen were unable for
several miantee to ftad the exits. Wil
the groans of their wounded fellows
rigingn tn their ears. they grop&I
about help:e/aly. istimbled orer those
who had been pro'urated by the blast
From the f'rnar'e chimney the flames
sbot high lato the air and could be
seen for miles.
The plant was not damaged to aay
extent by the exploelon


Man Who Will Hang Friday Eats and
Sleep. Well.
Atlanta. tIeW -With barely three
days of lfe left to him. Jim F.'alker.
Lhe meao who will haas axt Friday
fo erimins'ly assaulting Mrs Allce
Moore. wife of ( W Moore, has aowa
Do elgn ofi tii'aklnl dowa The negro
aa dlsplae.di grant eoacern for bhs
salvation In a rq-l t manmer and has
aleod to the l.1 oftrlste that he
dreads dlath
So far. however, th eodmnd*ad ia
gro eas takenlife as eay as the first
few days after hl. Seaese by t>



Mutineere Ordered to be Tried
By Coun Martiai.

a. a a& il-aA VA LA C -l A,

7, 1905


lut tha* Bug Has a Wary Eye and
May Win.
Jankeoa. M Is., )j,"' W +M t.-ln
bergr, boll weevil xiert of the I nu.t-.
Statie department of aKrilciilure. who
IS now making htilr iHc-adquaItII- in
Jackeo bha establi-bed ninmr thau& a
dosen demonstration farms o be o;e. r
awed under govornmentt I suprvlt -li

OJFICIAL PRO~ IeT A M.EETNGI nirt yerr.r. lai ni J!t rcturnet: irrom
a trip to the southern part of Hilnda
Little Village on Siders of Baltic Has county during which he located several
Organized New Rbl c nd lsue farnim l the vlolaly of l:thit and lay.
Organized Now Republc and IssueMo
Manifesto Abollihing Rule of Empe T;iwe farms are to be tlled by own
ror and Deity-Other News. era or tennnts under the rsa)ervinlon
of Mr itilnberge ani hil, aeilstatnts.
Warsaw, Dec. .--*ri'u abolition ol Dr. A. S. Knapp, and the ipr'nc:pel ob-
the minor state mlara. .. I.. ject of their work will be to ureplre
rs:ted today and Polanj i. now tco.. the fArm s for a campaign altalnt the
plteely fbee from mllita r),l.e boll weevil which, according to the.
Tne authoritlea havt i:,ihltit'd government experts. is aholutely rcrr
preIo.ed iuJeUn l of i t Ikil InoJ' taln to reach this state within the next
and telegraph employes T,., dilor two years, probably durhtg the ap
ganisation of business icn I,, jiietid proachln crop year.
from the fact that wh::.t htif, i. thv' The government plan of countertact.
strike the Warsaw oflt ianl.-d -2. Ing the rll weevil. as set fo,,h by
000 teltgramu daily, ti tifflcu now Mr. ltalnberge, is the cultural mtit ha.l,
handles only 1.500. plowling the cototn flots in the fall ra
Advice from Sebasto;>! say that ths. oon as the, .tapi I gathered. andl tit,.
government haU ordered ithle itiulfneer plantlng of vnri ties of notion that mta.
to be tried by courtmi t a:l in ac.c.iri tlre the' net, year t efor the holl wee.
ance with the proceeliu in ui le i vill has a chance to It In his wor k ft
war time. Informal ,n froni ,nls rema1ss to it sn whether th tall
cow says that a con>:i 1e. of the' weevl wll1 also mnrel up his sltats to
bourse is vying to air:.in.h a sett:e catch the farmer, This method.l hai
ment of the telegraph iizkv. ho.n employed with niech iucrs Lin
Texas and Loaislana
GOneral Strike is Urged.
Waraaw. Dec. 6-Tb \. -ltelve rom RELIEF FOR RUtSIAN JEWa
aIltUe of the railroad l'Ihl, 1111111 uio
has telegraphed to all -.'uaons of 1tl. Over a Million Dollars Has leen Ca
Kusslan raulrolad urgii. rhe' nnli to bled for Their Aid.
begin a Igaeral strike, n i lltnlihlt a N ew York. tie,. It was l elcid I
leIs the sntLmea of d- -,h pAI%.P. t10 yreterdlay bly the national eonlailit*ee
too courtmatrUal at Sin.,ra on s,,lt. for the relel-f (f inr Jews ir Itn tipll
lof, an englaeer. anl ..u ,iiler, ;oial it) raihe at least 1.*ileIlH morte Wht'
leaderss of the recent 't.i i i Saatria ,the pminilttee.i mt Mr iStrautsm eal'i
are reversed before ti, .laur. I hail ho.pe I that Inl meeting woilil
New elpublioOranled. h our but I ar it will neat
New Republr Organid. be
Ot. Peleriburgl I.,o. 3 via Eydtku All;tth over .00000 ha been el
non. best P rulssia Dc 5 News whlrc, lecteiJ for our rcorvillaunlsta, no offnr
has a carlous parallel in the Pcr,.-nr. lng that r outld !, n~ale I suIfflrlent or
revolutlos comem" f,,r a !lltilu vi e,, elt Imn' mttlrlrni "
JH's, Ii hhff, tramsirer oif tl.* m mc
on the border of 'he itwaltc where. th.. J i I hiff, rer e
people have oran!,l,1 the re'pui.,lir of mitl" re ieortrl tIeat he naid floriardei.'
Novargask. ,Ta*- have is.,l-n a o IIt y ale I re thachill
m aslfesto ahollshlnt tin rul! nut nYv ii In)tllD n Iit'er Ith, rr, *p'a ,dI 'otuple
of the emperor I, ,,' f the doite vhivti1h'h ir m f* r 1 i .oe tlhe f
i*-- L ... ..... -q * I ji. i tim i.. iI-

has beea read it ,' erhurchbi ani l ii
popular aseeatbl hui a
--+- ,--
Maealders Attack Refugle..
ucbaraet. Rournila. IDe 4 --Many
wealthy refagw fan lleq fOrm (Ie-sa
sad Klibtaef have r*4caed Jaser I ey
Report am alarmin tr ',)al4 of the sra
rtia movement I ,eilr train was mv
oral tlmee atalrk- by asSuradeor at
emlarebIaa village. betwee a t a an
t'm_ ---...-
Refused to Jig Minliterlal Nete.
OmC taatlaople I1-Ce via oa --
ThIe eWoaeel mailr'*'ra hba agre.i to
yield to ae e.lear 1 of (the fawerre n
prinalple bt he. an ha not yet Is
*oed aa IraIe :,'* g asl f this art on
ft thbai t.e *ir minister refused
to sign tlhe Itel$ 1 seit< on tio 0 iib
Jt whtlh e r. *-' .d In nPtllatloryt
terms sad proanw' Is favor of fb
6aeeptaac Is r" *' !* nf the r*qelro
meete of (tie pZ>i,'- 'e efr Tbhe
mitas sald he a 4 waltJIa qaatalltty

osm The nfeer s? t Tie' r NS)r s1 as th I Pert W - mintstershefote
that Wjr e ateMWsloe"p 0 well aI &&I assetfoalg s i a, -'as.
tht be eoe& ftW give the deh wac -
the loas trmwlue YeoPerm Now Cmbiow
bMW wO have se-9h a geimes r 16.I ne Me A fr rVF Cllphel
be W"s ivIe#?e' beliee' t el he ; I h Ssee saw -. at l bft
VOWeS Wk Urveto' tO th% at e el l: sea palace this er -mskW &na d
OWN the gP.e's, *S&eP*with a Ir; C& Se tsebedN--- 'a se0eahfs..
treed The fub of tip T-P -'Ire, Ubsen sa ;me
VsNfy of Law Se"aTested. so. W 1vft I ows f heev04

W 2be WUM lw kOW WWo""tPm~
P M7 Me iwo s s Over a 2. o @ a60* 10 0 qu #8 ont
6 as="" hB one a rrY c"& or dow om a iOrkma lr f I

WMA ~IMIG howvbe hssargued is the
ou me ts o ~ Une.w a pO

-lf muiose. uWO -some bMy
as ms s o of a O -t -

am- Odmm no K om@ PweI

IFr hadm e fem ha S"Or o"
WtW e ha boowtO o &a
~~ soft 010 )---
torn aa b t
bu uses ams O baf

M OW post* of OWN* bWi ten 'Ik
ma pSue i. "l o owat, W ei
The ask has b-00'be p-@"N
fews am iimea 0" OaSPO teSelfo

sn sa T usm is we 001.
W to Labbod hbos. MYe, arft
Sp Sat, ftawlde at m *5b

so s m4 9W beldm"ais so
AM baft e b imum"in k

oee ht Io r, -el'v.I i 5I In, I %fr Ir AlhIl

4' e) It "#III 1a ane-1 lye-te-rdy MhAt
K II jIi.r;luaun was the ane-aaymoams
ce,1ui lltimmt(iff illi Ois ) last Saturday.
P'ecro'tat Y Su, air rprIn hIsI&rep ortf
the cel!rcln of l.100."00 aId lot
that amountm 1,410115RN wg the Now
Vt*k reentnltatiWas. r+Vpeeetlnw slho
sa.1*0 'onftriutew-, Of thIs 10.01
ame from nonJowlsh @outr*", Is
fact. abosW le0 per cost Cie ( ieraSM 6t
tal was fIit" by Cbrltlas
(rige *"a seued as the list sit'
8 606: 0 llaidepla. third. wit;, r
trl-tloMae anxaIuttmg in to WO asM
lkoa, fourthwib with 2 W.


Jemw wso timagpeelle Can Neow Agu
tiee on 1100666910
WsHrIagos. Dee 6 -Atrimg I"-.
Bant Oee rai Vvaah If Iflit v-ne "
h a s a J w W d hM o t e w in g iirv ita -
"am S mIS th Jase',u ca-.e I

f*4w W. W 0 saurh a ire
frmmad. am Wan 'eipnl l10'r. -r an
aIgeavaIe & &aal a" 01m'',0 n6-I
UIee aeleIeas. tat be hei lam I h
vedktpdofmastotows Va. IsP 'AO veeF
I W. the poo~olt. .1 'pa" r9' -''I -- a, #1
*$ tO ha peopsia ed" b t 0.1 o7,10w
or egbee Irseptr.a 0 a f t! I.E. sleIfi
only to 40 e*su*vW0 s ,e- '' -"0ev

ir'f *5W,~ S DAMAO(gS

@grf Cspoliaa w" fr WW)M A somr
I ~ O~ Cee. S Me9 A .~
C4446ea a1 1 -fl ow 67 %Wa5
bel edt setl h is as -Isaf''i~ by T
rtfa5 .A tv a It Oaev ,* r s. 't ve.W

thp a s 1111Pit I I'- 'or? *,jolse
'61 U ogre a ilas a i a 0041 e!M
am Ptu.-erg a t 10a4 Pruan P

Often arraoswt -,p C." 1mows &rf a
boo how tho Me esi' of ?he
W is mMuGf '. .Ia- 0a"uoot
builrb bwbom ow o Iaa a &^4 a v
we p -lw ybe opaIt-1 ?'v- 14!




Full Attendance of Members of

the House.


ihe Document Was Delivered by Seer
tary Barneoa nd immediately Fol
lowed the Announcement that the
Houea Was Ready for Business.
N a4AitigLOnU, L)ec \\ ;:v.. *.-
houI 'le t U t Inoon tl i h1lay it llr .re i
(il1 attetndlance o [ IutU b(I m ipr's'-nt anu
Lhe gallertesa l'ri e comefortably) Itlle
In aiticlilpaion of tou readilug of thl"
meu.atige', of Prealdent R~uevelt. 11'p
resn'tla-tlve s Huniphres (Miss.) aUlt
t'laud Kitchen (N t'.) prenated them
Isi.vii anti took the oath off oice.
'Peoniltng t re elpt of the presaldeat'
i>elli n.', I.u' hLnio', after the readllix
of lthl Jo'usun, tuok a recoss fur ton

President's Mesoage Read.
Washingtun, t '. 6. --The annual
tin'h aget of( Ith e plnealtient a Ia r,.i '
thie aiutlte thli"y very soon after tue
v'onvenlang if that body. The dtcu
meint was delivered by treretary
Itarnti, and followed lnmieillately up
on the' annoslmemo nt by Mr. Alliaon,
chairman of the contml ttce, appolaine
It Hallit upon tbe preeldent and notify
hllu thatl i'ingresa was orgalnisd and
lpr piar;rd to transactl bultearl.
In ulaking the annousceenlt of tje
rei.tllie' la oclll It the Whitlel Iouse
M.r AlItlls aild that the prilidlot aad
a4.. I l!tit his greaatg be relteitid to
il nr, lm IIbeI)r olefhe congress Inillvld
1:lv sind crcllectlvely.
rio r a a*s ai eri uplonnll) large at
f'e iiv **v of se-natitorsi t nil nili of tllem
fuplowi.,t '.>e"sely ft', readltig of It9e inre
Ulae '~ i 'r. r'-ry Ikhnnioit aril ale as
Act on May B* Taken on Matter Before
the End of Week.
\V .'"iuit l .i. 1'e-' a T'ih eniergrn
ry u; iiprl.a'itr for thl I'lanansa ra
ial m Ilj l- h inn. t ti) ,l i hoeI1'r before
the re tnilttH n., tof t la fhaly have
t(ret Ialit l'),i' rl n-r'i ,i hg I,) the pree
Peit inclinltoin Oft f The, unliterlr fr Ithe al(,trwhprtat~ l t
mai I t Is no'"n*.-ury that II imndilate
artflon bo iskes dnit I, l likely that
hlfor,' thI rn t i f 'her ie -lth Kpeosenl
live IfIphirn A.o i In*roltiral th bi
wIll ask utLeifr'I '. oi"4.i nt for 1ts e01
1lderat'ii "4',.i11li1 *als metlkod ex
etltl iir-, ,1ne ,tefar lih rsom mllttle
*im ri,. -s w s appite.osln yester
.lay i '.'. '- rma''ir in ham alad
* r., i .1 't>' illM on its passage
*; h i i ant -inpted
-e 1t< fra 'l.* l:'r fay Of prWWmp
a' '1 ,, If e :'l ttslla f'-l Is f'itr the sr aal
*e t 'P A finiC 'ittnll of amWnit
' .. '.* t,' (, Irolved In hadJling
'On" tm art of the m-eslrs
...*. t thr s'ai of "g oe ral ;e
Ia''ltin "

'Famee onLique. Oeeeseeale
Ing 0 04. ,Mr eP .Ms
a.t 'go(e the 1Ih1trei oa'*e M06467sy1
eiJ.-. #Lot [& aalkm u1, vemrufest ras
pieearrly I a the Iiqts.,r ell oea ria-s
nf Isehb (lsroIlase Thse 'line was
*ff.:Is0e lby Jeoilee h'..rpL IUIIIa& s
of the sateftlfg#106mkV4'b atoima verses
#b t:e It*J 5cc. v-I. selles MWas IS
*?P'ai bhy '?b .sate d -i4th (1Mftms
to rieroer tW 0141' pMWto the reeeawe
q of te nnq !4)0l g&1n$Olf.son&of
emms of s @&. o f e h ib y fute
saW emoly dIpeawarl" w meMerhedis

talwo DR Cley III lmpes 8wd11
meaole es0b. kW e 6 ~gors' W
to be eo NM ka lu last was

Mete 1546.ebki. Is repn..i 1045,
Lw be meet Impee we

Lae~ Flee m Vi'.... Y'swm
NUNOWeIs Vaa*,. A *rt brke
ON 4WIN uOSAY msatwu fset the bfti
mom Ge~tseof tr~w 4; 4 :. Ge
meted Lea. h o-,-I ct e -'Ind thow
4,Lf '1'4



1. -- Re -? :


_ _




Was Shot Through Window and
Death Uted Instantly.


tarko Was a Peaceable, Industrious
Farmer, and No Motive Has Devel-
oped for th Rash Act Which Cost
Him His Life.

Information ro.ched this city
eodnneday of a murder which oc-
'.4gred at Camprille Tuesday night,
Ihe victim being Edward Siarke, col-
ored, an energetic and succ-ssful farm-
er of the Melro'e diptlret
The information was very meager,
and notwithstanding that The sun ex-
ercised every effort to secure particu-
)ars the effort was unsuocessfol; in
fact, there seems to be no particulars
other than the fact that 8tarke was at-
tend Ig a colored 'festival at Camp-
ville, and that some person shot him
through a window, killing him inotart-
ly. The murderer, who was ot
known, made his escape, and has thus
far succeeded in #lading the officers.
fltrke was regarded as an unusually
industrious negro, and one who at-
tnoded strtetly to his own affair. No
motive could be given for the rash set,
btn it is believed that the murderer
was either after another party, or it
was a lase of mistaken identity, as the
dead man had no enemies of whom his
friends were aware.
Large Crowd Was Present and Meet-
ing Proved Interesting.
Twenty-fve of the m9at progressive
white ehool teachers of the county
attended the institute, which was held
Ia Broeson last Friday and Saturday.
It wae called to order at 10 o'clock
Friday morning by county Saperin.
teadent 8. Philllps, who made a few
brief bus appropriate remarks. The
ltiseas there rendered some vocal aad
lstrntumetal musie, which was fol
lowed by prayer by Rev. Mr. Bteina
msyer of the Methodist shureh.
The exallent program prepared .by
Professor PbUllpe was well earrled out.
"In TeaeMing Englleh Grammar
bSoold Teaebrs Supplement Meetalf*s
OraiSar, and How?" was read by
Profeor W. J. Malloy and wasa moas
Illbeostl Infeature of the program,
whleb was highly complimenatd by all.
Prof. Malloy Il the principal of the
Brenson blh school and probably the
most *eSlent washer In the eoonty.
Another special feature was the le.-
tore of Prof. Tom F. MeResth of
Osineeville on "Education for Citisen-
ship." Profemor MeBeath was given
elons attention throughout, both by
the teachers and the visitors, and his
diseoor was pronounced one of the
best lectures e vr delivered to a Levy
county audiene..
The institute adjourned Saturday.
All bhe teachers expressed themselves
as being wll plead with the Insti.
Prof. MeBeath, who was in attend.
anae all during the institute, and who
delivered several informal lecture,
was well pleased, and complimented
uperlitendent l'hillips very highly.
He states that the schools in Levy
county are flourishing, and that as an
aggregar the teachers of that county
are as comptent as he has ever seen.


Case of L. C. Oracy vs. Atlantic Coast
Line Occupied Day.
The only case occupying the ateon.
tloa of the circuit court Wednesday
was Iat of L. C. racy e v the Atlan.
tie Coast Line. trepans. The sp*eid.
aloase were that the defendant com.
paay. by a spark from a paying lt o.
motive, *t fire to the etw mill of the
plainlti, near High .tprnne, and the
plant, together with a quantity of lurm.
btr, was consumed. Damage. as
asked iu thae sm of 2l.0i., but after
the *vitdeae was submitrd eaid arlo-
mees made. the jory brehlu t in a ver
diet Wednaday nallt at 10:1t in fa.
vor of the defendant.
Osert adjourned until 9 o'elook this
meagsl, when the eae of the Sste
"sl se r Wawon, charged with the
VMgiu of Oartett V OChatmberlain
will be awhos ap
If tMe h Isa Outteog Teet
BOe aw ea i la l old and wel)-
r nremeay, Mr. Wlinow's South.
as asrup. A e lMenl teeithin is
aesaes the -Lsh4 t mt the u 0ms,
al oatss. a- witd eolie sad a
tLRs r4dW t a wk.

Le- br am Id
Ibrh TymrY

Kidney trouble preys u the mi,
discourages and lessenaambitioa;
vigor and dcr -
a sona do pp
when the kidneyare
aut of order or di
Kidney trouble ha
become so prevalwt
that it i not uncom-
mon for a child to be
born afflicted with
Sweak kidneys. If the
child urinatestoooften, if the urine scalds
the flesh, or if, when the child reachesan
age when it should be able to control the
pasae, it is yet addicted with bed-wet-
tina, depnd tpon it, thecatue ofthediffi-
culty is kidney trouble, and the firt
step should be towards the treatment of
these importantorgans. Thisunpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
habit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser-
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the ame great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root soon realized. It issold
by druggits, in fifty-
cent and one-dollar
size bottles. You may
have a sample bottles
by mail free, also a Esens e.Nm4,
pamphlet telling all about Swanp-Root,
including many ofthethousandsof testi-
monial letters received from suffeerers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Binghamton, N, ., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't nake any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad-
dress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every

Came Near Being Blown to Atoms by
Dynamite in AreAdla Fire.
A. D Jerulgan, son of L. A. Jerni-
gan of this ally, who has been employ-
ed as manager of Marquis' jewelry
store in Areadia for the past few
months, eame near meetia a fearful
death on the night of Thanksalving,
whom the town of Arcadia was almost
completely destroyed by fire.
Mr. Jernigam, realislir that the store
of whleh be ws manager would fall a
vielim to the nlams, rushed into the
place through the flame la an eadear.
or to sve what valuable stock
he oould. While lo the building
some person applied dynamite., i
order to blow the amie up and shaok
the rlagg flames The dynamite e*z
plodad and the entire building wa
hattered, tha front and rear having
been blown out.
Mr. Jernigan was knaoekd down by
the eonaussion, but fortunatly did
Dot lose oonsolousnoe. He kept his
preseoe of mind *ad as the firs op-
portonity made his eeape from the
Friends of this young man are grast-
fled that the incident was not more se-
rious, notwithstanding that It will be
one which Mr. Jernigan eannot soon
Remarkable Oure.
"I was mach aflieted with e0latic,"'
writes Ed 0 d.Ned. lowavlle, Sedgwlek
Co. Kan., "golng about on erateoee
and suffering a del of panl. I was

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Joseph E. Fugate Makes Experiment TaqpUA M ImruTT wr 1j89.
and Harvests One Sale.
Depgi fheriffJoseph E. PFgato of
Aliekas Ias nla heo lty yesterday. Mr. a
Fuogate les~ of the most soecesafl DEALERS IN--
planters In tlat section. He brought
so market in s*d a quantity of short TSea l Td Cotton.
staple or upland ootson whlch he will .,
bave ginned by Doutoo & Company, af-
ter whirb the bale will be shipped to Sea Island Cotton Seed, Bagging and Twine. Walrus
W. W. Gordon & Company, Savannah. Leather in Stripe or Sidee.
Mr. Fugate states that, as an experi-
ment, h planted two and one-half Manufatures of the James Doig Improved Enlb
aers of thise otto, from which e o ed Engl
arvested one bale, about 0O pounds. 8ea Island Cotton Gin, and Supplies for SAme.
The plan tdid not thrive a he ant l- GAINEVILLE, -LORI
pated, owing to he weather condl-

Indeed to try Ballard's Saow Lii-* siose. The yield wool have bnedoa.
meant, which relied me. I eed ble, however, had is lot been for the
throe 60 bottles. It is th oeat I et t fl thal the plat e was considerably
liniment I ever sed. Hav reemoam- damaged by water ad Iaseets.
mended Is to a number of person. A earful Fate.
All express themselves as being be It.. s fearfto dure
fltd by it. I now walk without It Is ferful fate to hae to endue
rutehes, able to perform a great deal the terrble ortore of pillk. "I aa
of light labor on the farm." Me. 0 trohfully may," write Harry Ooleon
and 1. Sold by W. M. Johasoo. of Maooevlle, la., "that for blind,
- -- bloodig, ltelalnad protruding ples,
LEW WALLACE POST. Bueklen's Arnie Salve is the b te
sure mado." Also best for sels, boar
Regular Meeting of That Post Was and ijuorlr. 3e at all drUggiet.
Hed Tuesay ood Atte e.CD AN KLLD.
The roular semia.ameal lesetiag of
Low Wallae* Post. Grad Army of the Fatal Affray at South Georgia MIII.
Republic, was hbld in this eity, ov r Was hot five Times.
Duttoa's bank. Wedaneday and wa Ismtan. Ga. DDe. C -Monday at
well attended. (~ooper's M l, J Carr. a young man
In the abenee of Commander H. F. of this paee. was Mrtously, though not
itutton, who was called oat of the lly ftally ot by Jim O (de and. la turn
on b.usine, eo moetiea was prided Ogn was tasatly kDlU b by a n'
over by Ool. A. P. Morrow. Carr U I epertatellmt do tb mill
The rem aso spelal business before ud tehargl Os fr s me rueam
the metia and after the trametioa w sal angered MWt. an be went ol
of the rleular bslan thbe meeting ad. n It a short tlam V rm e witS his
joaraed. aheig. a set Cr i the left
The oieasloo lordedo aon pporetalt* .- eI. wher a Or sot him
ty for masy of tbh Vedeea of the fr ttme with t pstol. ikUUllin
Civil War so oasmse to her ad it I tau.tl __
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Frme. Wado Girl Weds THAT B
You5 Man in Oeorgias. lN
The WTVen Journal of r sea dame ite m does not come ol in a dy; te
sonua the ofolowing, wbib will be ea thdt produce it work siletly is the syra for yes. n ictk
of 0atets to the readers of The Sua n l disease eonesa intrenched in the blood, and sone exposure tr damp
this SaNi- s matar, or light indiscretion bringaon a attack. Poor ach
"rhe mrriage of Mis Edith Leona troubles, weak Kilneys, torpid Liver, and a geerald slungglh dtion of
Matter $ad Mr. Henry A. Ferreir, the system are responsible for Rheumatism. Food souring ia t stomach
which look psee at 8 o'eloek Wedes- poisons the blood, the failure of the Kidneys and Liver to act property leaves
da eVoei at the hom of ~ orth uwste matter and impurities in the system, which, coming in contact with
da entG t the home of the bde's the natural acids of the body, form uric acid. This is absorbed by the blood,
Polents, re.d Mare. J. B. Mtair, and as it penetrates to the muscles, nerves and bones produe..terrible
s Folks 8 ,eet w an lateresting It and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rhenat Life is
event 6f the week, witnesed by a large made a torture by its excruciating pains, nerves are shattered, the health un.
elrle of friends of the young oouple. dermined, and if the disease is not checked it breaks dowp the strongest con-
"The hose was prettily decorated stitution. It will not do to depend on plasters, liniments, etc.; such treatment
"with eoa owers and potted tower. In is helpful in easing the pain and reducing the inflammation, but does not
one oraer of the drawinlgroom an im- Inch the blood where the real trouble is located. 8. S. .cuareaheumatism
proved altar was formed of an arch, by purifyrig and invigorating the this, acrid
decorated with trailling ines ad love- blood, driving outall impurities and poisons and
I esornsteas from which a osuspend sending a stream of strong, rich blood to wash
out all irritating particles that are causing the
ed b eaUtifoi weddiog-bell of white pain and inflammation. S. S. 8. stimulates the
ernati. PURELY VEGETABLE. sluggish organs to better action, tones up the
The bridal party entered to the stomach and digestion, restores nervous energy
strains of Mendelsoba's wedding and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, whether acute
mares, played by Mia Jease Haire; or chronic, and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Rheumatism
the maid of honor, Miss Etta Strow. and any medical advice desired without charge.
bridge of Baldwin, Fla., and Mr. Jo- IYl7'WITr aBMCIdF SPI ACO A 7T LJa
osph Aldrish as beet man, coming lrst.
Thea followed the bride and groom,
sad asthe wedding party stood form.
log a charming group, the Oatholle cer-
dmony wMa read by the Rev. FatherAB RACT & LT
Millet of Brunwick. oo x'
"After the ceremony the guests
were entertained at a reception. A E. E. VOYLE. MGR.
number of handsome presents were re- Abtraets of Tit)e and full irformat'lon furnished regarding lands I thit
eaed by the youag oouple. enunty. Our manager has lived in this oauntr thirty year asud
"Th bride haq only been living in to thoroughly conversant with land titles.
Wayerose a fow months, coming here
with her parents from Waldo, Fla.
Sbh Is a young woman of bright per-. E V O YE
sooality, with a sweet disposition FIRE. ACCIDENT, BURGLARY AND INDEMNITY INSURANCE. Repre
which has won her many friends, who snting a number of prominent Amerlean and Englih companies.
wish for her mosh happiness. REAL ESTATE AND OITY LOAIB.
"'Mr. Ferreir is originally from For. (G .l.rv'i ee : J'L0".da
nandlin, Fla., and is a young man of -
fine charstoer.
"For the present Mr. and Mrs. Fer- TE LAC C TY ABSTRACT CO I u
era are ws Mr. and MA. B. Ma.U COUNTY A TRACT CO.,
tair, 68 Folks street." ESTABLISHID 188I.
In Mad Chase. The question Renders reliable services of every sort along the line of
Millions roeh in mad chas after of Title the Land Titles in the State of Florida, partletlarly
health, from one extreme of faddism Alacha county.
to another, when, if they eouid only r g ons id- SP LTI: A s of
eat good food, and keep their bowele ora !o for Age ASTeRES Abstracts af Tiesl Tasx a Ceamds
regular with Dr. King's New Life Pills, At r lo a-Resdet Land Owrs o Plta of oman ,
their trouble would all pan away. th o investor. T Etc.
Promptrelief and qulok eare for liver
sad stomaeb trouble. 2O at all drg Referenoes: First National Bank of Galneoill. H.7,
stores guarsteed. Dotton & Co., Bankers.




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n Are Now Raning West
as Far as Suwannee River.
j-At vinstou. Florida, one mile from
THE WORK IS BEING PUSHED!statino, on Book Road. 42 acres of

largee Force Engaged in Grading in good Hammock Land all cleared nd
LaFayette and Taylor Counties, and in cultivation. 8 sres in hearing or.
. Road Will be Completed in Few ante trees. All good trucking land.

Montha-Suwannee River Bridge.
Ohas. V. McQueen of Lexington was
the ity Toueday. Mr. McQueen.,
Is an extensive contractor. had a
traet for grading on the Jackson-
ville and Southwestern extension of
the Atlantic Ooast Line from Newberry
ist, and state that he has finished
&is work, with the exception of about
rve miles, having reached a point
about ten miles west of the Suwannee
river. The iron ha. been laid to the
Suwannee river, and trains are now
ranning to that point. A large force
of workmen are engaged on the other
ilde, in LaFayeste and Taylor eouoties,
ind the completion of the extension to
Perry is being poshed as rapidly as
possible. Work It also progressing
leely on the railroad bridge spanning
4he Sowannee, which it is expected
will be finished in a few weeks.
The extension of the Jacksonville
-and Southwestern means a great deal
eommereially and otherwise for that
-eetion traversed, in which the sound
of a locomotive whistle has never been
beard. It will open one of the richest
Sad moot fertile agricultural sections
'sa the State, to say nothing of the ae-
4eiwhieh will be afforded to the mil-
Jliom of aeres of ine timber suitable
if-or turpentine and saw pill purposes.
Already naval stores and lumber
-.nmaaofaetorers are attracted to that
Soaontry, with the result that lands and
tUmber are teing bought up rapidly at
.Ilod prices. The forests being virgin
makes the timber all the more val-
eable, and for the next fifteen or
twenty years the tnrpentine and mill.
aog industries will thrive.
Furious Fighting.
"For seven years," writes Geo. W.
SBolman of Harper, Wash., "I had a
hitterr battle with chronic stomach and
liver trouble, but'at lat I won. and
'.enred my diseases by the oue of Elee.
*rie Bitten. I onhesitatigly roeom-
mend thbam to all, anod don't intend in
the future to be without them in the
lobeo. They are oertanly a wonder.
ful medicine, to have eured ueh a bad
ease a mine." Sold under g aran-
te to do the same for you, by all drog.
Sltsa at B0e a bottle. Try tbem todvy.
Florida Syup for England.
Gaiveville will within the next day
or two enjoy the distinetion of making
a eooalfgmeot of ease syrup to Emg-
Jmd. The fr of SBeoders & Earle
yesterday received an order from 0. R.
Hodgw, Ravenelile, St. Brelades.
Jersey, aglaId, for a qouatity of
riorta syrup. and the amm will be
-lipped befeoe the ead of the week.
Mr, d Bdge. who ie Isite wealthy,
ejmerly resMled at the Eaglleh 0ol.
my sear this ay, and knows what a
d tdhin ito, as h beeo dera*m-
iutoed by this et r, Ho esate th
wh weather is Jerey is severely oId,.
mad expeasem a deaire so oreser to
6lnvely Flori.da.

'lovol IrW ma."
wIe VOW M M a aft omw s e w
V sa eolem esI
St t tte rare thtag l the wod fre
i to be m--seilr hM Me mer
wue W S t & en am e e a r'ie roeio 1 i
SUNa ld w al w ee Newbrew's Merpo
e. th new seclp laiateptc. arcl*
i*e eMsroyt the grm tl eats te UM W
e -5 tIo rootr. a4 deem th m i e
aLthy moten. Mr. am.ne. ma
te l0 ten i tha a gam er@

a h I boeed wt< thm b eir ean met
Iks. sad t da weeks h had a e orma
-d le. Sm e nmrLe te ie
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Miss Tebeau's

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$1.000 dwelling and other houses on
the premise. All going at a Bargain!

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on an average one ollid earl, ad (if Irt-
tuet per day from this SeeCtin n.iw.
The regular weekly mi.?i :... of
Gainesville lndpme No. 91) ,i F
ui I b, held n liOe iesron ,r l'i 'i -,
t.nt,k. x -,31 o'clock V .
There ill I.. work. A f .-ti i* f..
e--P., *41d v iling br ,.. a I. -
eeri a e ordial weleom-
Rev W. J. Martin of ~nriiir. lion.
T. A. Doke of Moatet ai' :i I 1rn.
R. B. Weeksof Hawthorn, :'. ,tIittili1ii
the county schooll bard, returned tol
their resp.etive home -,'."irdva, *r-1
ter having attended the regular
monthly meeting of the bvrd
Clyde Reese of Taooaia ha, acserted
the aeney of the Atlanti. Coast Line,
at Interlaehen and enter,.d upon hi,
duties yesterday.. Mr. eese an
exceptionally bright you in man, and
will no doubt make a i micee- of his
new positinn. His friend i tend con.r
gratulations. I
Among the prominent Jaickonvil e
people who are In the eity on huoinee s
are W. E Gulles, agent for Charles
Huns & Co, lumber, andJ .I1 M I.D .
Rochers, a lumberams. T'es, gentle.
men are well kaown throuithou)t this
section. and their friends are always

Stock your pantry and household at I gd to see them.
Woman's Goild Basalr. There are on ehibitio,n iIthe. win.
James R Smith of Trenton is spend- dow of A. L. Vidal A Om nnany rou-
ing a few days in the eity. pie of photographs of the .Alehua
Mrs. Olmstead of Alachua was shop- county gxhibis at the Stase Fair, whach
ping in the eity yesterday. were furnished through the oequrtr.y of
J H. Barry, a suceessful farmer of Major John W. Teoah, who had charge
Alachna, was trading in the city yes- of the exhibit. The piotiire are very
terday. creditable and go as evilr i nc of tast
A. B. Harper and W. Eichelber- In the arrangement of the various
ger have returned from a business trip product of the seatt.
to Oadar Key. Besides being the b,,tt descriptive
Buy your Christmaspresents at NWo book of Alaeboa county issued il
man' OGuild Basaar. Thursday after- many year, The lndstriarl Edition
noon and evening. is theonly one now to be had. If you
o and e e G want to end one to a friendly who de.
Mr. and Mre. L. G. Owynn of High sires to know about the city of (hIines-
Springs were among those who favored ill* d the oosy.i a v.w to
inelle wih a it yeterdalotig or coming here to spend th
Maleom G. Knight, the wheelwrigh winter, leave 10 sents at The Sni
and blacksmith of High Spring,. was a counting room and a c py will be sent
visitor to the county capital yester- free of postage.
day. Rev J. Jladsoy Pattlr and wife-, fve

C. Dickey of High Springs, one of
the valued employes of the Atlantic
Coat Line shops, was in the city yes-
Judle Mason has issued marriage II*
eenses to Walter Chambers and Alber-
ta Hill, Harry Jenkins and Susie
Ients, colored.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tompklns and
A. Lamb of Micanopy were among
those who favored Oalnesville with a
visit yesterday.
T. J. Capers, formerly of this eity
bot now residing in Jacksonville, li at
the Brown Home. Mr. Capers' friends
are glad to ee him.
Prof. M. H. Deland. one of the e*i-
eleat bookkeepers of the Bank of
Alaehas. was a business visitor to
Gailneville yesterday
Among the prominent arrivals in the
eity yesterday was A P. Stuekey of
Oasis. vice-president of the Ua*ses-
vill and Gulf railway, who rume om
ofeial bosinese.
"That Industrial Sunshioe is the one
ray that brig tefe up oer eity more
thea anything I have yet see'" aid
a gentleman a few day ago. Mlagl
ptiea only l0 eon sa.
Bam J White of Melntoeso W. B.
Hammood of Reddlek, W. N. Darse
ad T. W. Simpeso of Roehelle aid 0.
Z. Doogherty of Orange Heights were
vwtoij to Gainesville yesterday.
Capsail T E Bridgel of Oeaa., aue
tranfer agent of the soviet, we la
is the city on eial belueo me rter-
day. OaepUia Bridges formerly res
ed hee uad his friend are alwys glnd
so ee him.
Member of the J .J Tley Chapter.
U. D. O., are reqoested to oos Therem
day aftersoes at I ol'eek. as the rest.
dae of Mrs W. I Tayi r Me. W
B. TATUO,. PrMOeWa mt.; M J. L Kit,-
urT, mermary.
Thore will be a regular bheom
meeta of Kit"by Sr h Chaisor at
dthe heas M Mre Joe MamU o at
SAll mmbse amr eqisd by the
predet tso e pmeo.
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children and servant arrived )ester-
day in a private ear fr.m Ashland, .'r.
The family will remain here idrinmr
the winter, but Dr. Patton. who is a
prominent Episopal minister In
charge of a church la rfolk will be
compelled to return within llth newt
few days He expects to spend a great
deal of his time here. however. The
family will oaupy the Brown House
amne,. IEat Main street, N.
Dr. Those. W. Spranklio of Baltimore,
head of the Baltimore Veterinary (Col-
leg and one of the most widely known
veteriarians in th. St4outh. l ileats to
arrive Ia the oity in a short time and
will 6pend some tne" here as the g'jest
nf 0. D. Sebhaer. lr. Spranklin was to
havearrived here several days ago,
but owing to profe.slonal duties he
was destaind. I1. rlitl Mr Bahafer,
however, that h. i ~hilelrlating his
visit very plesar ily and wants to
enjoy the sovelty t a flo ehane and
eoon bhut while h-re.
Prufeleor P. t 1 ntilu C('aon, for
som tim enale.sI In tealhtia. in this
eooty. f, now vi -pribeipal of the
White Spriang S #,mal ad High
sebool, whieh is or of the best edee.
tiloal institutions in the State. He
seids a hbeek fore for aubteriptilo to
Theksm aad cnnlulde: "Yoer paper
le alwayI a welcome visitor to my reed.
leg table ad I feei tha I esanos do
wih-est Is, for I walt to keep peated
ae the dotes ito lUeihe soers."
This isdeeod a ,on.plm*ont sad TbL
sko Is W to kn,"w tsat PIt. Oa ato
well pleaded w nt.- paper.
De-grs Could "i He Her.
"*Id kidey trIuMle for years."
wralte Mrs. Byemor,4 0ioer of Ihel-
ea. WaB.. "ad t deesme mo e ld a
o me. I trd ,le, *of Kideey Cre
1 very esta des pve me href
"nd I Mm ee eord I ad ea6 0i ~ eo
Mebe r etey's kids" Is
1m10 the 1 diesed dae mmwed s
af w -eIatei s Wbet O h1t1h e 1m1
is ieaeise. I M


says the doctor to msay of his lady patients, becauL,) he doesn't
know of any medicinal treatment that vill positively cure womb or
ovarian troubles, except the murgeon's knife.
That such a medicine exsts, hovwve, has been proved by the
wonderful cures performed om disea d women, In thousands of
cases, by


Woman's ReUef

It has saved the lives of thousands of weak, sick womem ad
has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime f
chronic ltvalldism. It will cure you. If you will only give It a Cobaos
Sold at every drug store In $ 1.00 battles. Try It.

reey and frankly, In strictet conl-
demc, tliag us all yeur trouble.
We wll and Pree Advice (In plain,
ead mnvelope). Address: Lads'
Advitry Dept., The Chattanaoa
Meidkle Co., Chattanooga, Tema.

"I e a supporter fr ye ,
my vwmb, whiWh had crowded every
thing down before It, write Mrs. S. ,
Chrtaman,ofMannlvtle, N.Y. "aIsl-
foratntold misery and could hardly
walk. After taklng crdul I gave Op
my apoter and can now be on my
mtl a a y at a tmm."


The Rustle of SILK

Is the hall-malrk of a well-dressed
woman, aiHd then it 8sounds1( good to
menl. For) that i and other lOresons we
deSil'o to c S)eca ls tlhat cal't o duplicated any-
wllere in Florida (or the money:

8. inch I Black Pean l do Soit i ilk, regli.
lar price $1.7., nitow ................ .
:i;.i-ich IBlack PHi1i (IMd H iti Milk, Igl-
lar pritco 41l.(i n, . . . . .... ...

Black 'T.st'eta Hilk, regulitr
$1 4 flow . .... .. . . . . .







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:I01-i f l( l li Tak tota SHilk,
p~ric-4 $1 '.A now)W ...........

"Wez" i 1xi Need.


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One pIwefA. Mlack Sil~k (unadlnti, 41 if)-
chtv wide, regular prices $1. n, t now....

One piecu Black Bilk (enadine,
(ht" wide,, regular riiLoe $1 ", 5


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twred at the PMa Oa ee at Gaisrtlle. la.,
a.scond-ble I mU otater.
H. McCKART ....... Editor and Publlher.
W. W. ASHLBY..... AlWc'fate kFltor.
J MlasB.t at .... .. Cty Cltor.
LOUIS J. BDRUMBY. (;er'i Trnre :rr Atent.
.M. PRZCWITT... Sut. CiiCompo- l Room-.

eS W. Main Street, s. xI.I.LPHONE 43-2
Tn DIAILY Sss, i)ubl:shed c'ry morning ex-
4 ,( Monday, dclivc'rcd by carrier in the city, or
W lled to any part of thi- tnit',l Statc', postage
ee, for. a )'yar; 12.0,, nx monTths: 1.2., three
months; or ctlts. fur five weeks-strictly in
S dvan(t.
ReadingK tito i n: l for first iniertion. an:dl 5 cnt for each additional
Rates for disllay advertising made known on
The Twicea-Week Sun is an eight-page, forty-
column paper, published every Monday and
Thursday, and contains all the news of the
week, local, State and general, and will be
mailed, postage free, to any pert of the unitedd
States or Canada, for Si.u a year-in advance.
All advertising bills become due after first
appearance of advertisement, unless otherwise
stipulated In contract. Parties not known to ua
will be required to pay for advertising in ad-
vce. Address, TIlE DAILY 8UN,


It is well understood that polltisi,
buildlDge and interest-*bearing real es-
tate securities are very useful ad-
junOts aod important factors in every
well regulated enrnmmnity, but our
people should awaken to one stubborn
and overshadowing faot: We need
more factories to employ labor. And
we will probably sever get them until
there are Gainesville men of capital
who will show their faith by their
works and ooneet to drive their ener-
gies and capital in the establishing of
What is known as a dead sure thing
in an lonome made up from Interest
money and rental of boildilot bave
very little kinship with industrial life
whihl factory buildings ad manufao-
SIJrI ldusotries stand for. The no.*
producing holding a oensorship over
the producing, dietatiag credit, eas
polty and management, eaems to place
the ears before the horse ; but things
are taned to that key and any varla.
tloa prodooe harsh disoord.
simply advertisalig a tow will not
bria suoeeo, although it brings peo-
ple to look over the field. New oowern
look for some ballast to hold the
ereft level. There must be
certain ohannes take by cap.
ital in the industrial field and
when the opportunities are so favora-
ble it seems as though the chances of
suoessu are beyond any possibility of
doubt. ___

As usual the lIoose and Senate open-
ed In Washingtoo to packed house.
The gallerile were filled to overflow
inf. The credentials of Senator Talia*
furor of Florida were presented by Seo*
ator Mallory.

It is announced that the solentistI
have discovered a new kind of moe.
qoito. Hut as they are not in demand
at the present time the new variety
may not be put un the market until
next season.

A doctor always seem to get along
with an autlomobtle Iliser than most
other people It is said it takpe a per-
son with a lot of iatfrtits t run one of


the machine. as the railroad ; that It is so fair play
and "a quart deal" that the railroad
There has t.ent such Rn influx of should firs be "held op" While the
money from the Fast to the Wet that shipper gets the "rake off." The eourt
the people of Kansas are at a loss to alluded to the fact that this matter bad
know what to do with it MeC'urdy r attracted public attention because of
out of a job the enoeational a eomiation of the
-names of Present Ripley and the

Fertiliern to the value of l.1s.s .
were imported into the LUnited latire
during the first sis months of the ral.

vieFprM~ident. Paul Morton with

eudar yrar ow's This%
Wsoflisr~ni Huadtvd dollars Me
We offer One 1nud red lllar re*.
Eagland has a new cabinet iaker to ward for any s e of estarh that Oear
Sir Hlensry Camntln.ll.Haiaertiani who not be ored by Hall's Oatarrb Oure.
will replace ialfour and has crant, F. J. ('. Cas A Co., Toledo, 0.
resigned. \_. the oudereigaed. kae kanwt F.
J Cheney fr the last l years, aid be
08atgrMe is now ready for action leae him perletly hamorable i all
he eas hra s t Lannon mounltei baOtne trream tioas sad flisalally
and thee is liable t tt a saloU at any able to earry out aay obligltEises de
maeat. _- by hra irm.
W 1.atse, KEtax A Mavrr.,
Thee d worana of the Conferde r.cy WaLo>*aa KIIlaI 'W o. 4O
will heae a tbim tie Jacksoaville at Iall'sOatuveOe taes kes tle.
she reusio DOeeember 14th asd 1.th nally, ahtiag lieet ees the bleed
S1 .-- aad a eaameomoeiW oe of ee .
The weMM sMU eesbaltl has eeuly -e ti m ileo. p
li p"sed a," sd sea UmWess e nu Take H ftiU0l 8 66.
~balft eam weIs be fte"I%, pealk.,

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Every day people are arriving In
Gaineeville from the North to take up
their home here at least for the win.
ter, and many of them may come here
to take their permanent residence.
They are always mnst welcome and
will flnd Galouesvile one of the very
chest towns it. Florida, in point of loca-
tion, and the people as good as any in
the land.
(iainesville starts in the winter un-
der most favorable eireomstandes, the
summer just past having been a most
favorable one in point of health, and
there it not a taint of any climatic dis-
order to be found within its borders.
The doctors of the city claim we have
not had business enough to pay one
per cent on their Investment, and with
the cool, snappy weather at hand, we
can be thankful for our many bless-
People who come here for the pur-
pose of regaining their health need
have no fear of any contagion, and the
one greatest of all blessings-pore
drinking water--I to be enjoyed here
by all. There has been much said re.
gardinR the Boulware spring water
with which our city is supplied, yet
still there remains much of truth re-
garding it of which many are not
aware. As an illustration we might
relate on incident of a gentleman who
came to Gainesville a few days ago for
treatment, who said he had been un-
able for some time to hold water on
hi, stomach until he came here, and
the water from our supply did not nau-
seate him in the least. It Is a fact
that there are'people who come to
GOinesville regularly every winter
who have faith in the curative proper.
ties of this health-giving spring water.
Every year the stranger Ie coming
here to learn of the many natural ad.
vantages we have, and we should be
prepared to give them a hearty wel-
come. There has been more people
here already this season than at the
same time any previous year, and
when the advantages become better
known we may expect to see the num-
ber increase every year.
We want hotels, we want boarding
houses and cottages to accommodate
these people who come to enjoy our
climate, and there should be some
method employed so that thoee who
some here would know where they can
flnd comfortable quarters or a hooue
to occupy.
Let someone be ready so that when
the people eome they will not have to
stand on the corner and receive their
only greeting from a ranting hack


In the Uaited States Distriet COort
for the Western District of Missouri,
at Kansas City, Mo., on Monday, Jodge
Phillips delivered an opinion holding
that his court was without jurisdletio
In the eases brought by the Federal
Government charging the Missoori Pa-
cific, the Atehison, Topeka & Santa Fe,
and other railways with giving rebate
on shipments of salt In Kansau ad on
coal in Colorado and other prod uoe, in
violation of the Elkies ase. The m'>.
tion of the railways to quash the pro-
eeeding was granted.
The court held that the matter be.
longed to the juriedietion of the
United Stats eireolt ecorts for
the districts of Kansea and Col-
orado. under the law, the Supreme
(Court having decided that the
offense had b.eo committed in that
juriedtetion. In his deelion. Judge
'hillipe says the Oovernment will nev-
er strike at the root of the rebate evil
until it gne after the shipper as well


The TIdastrial Edition of The
Gaineville Sun is one of the handsom-
est works of is kind we have seen. It
is a credit to its authorand will be of
great value to Gineeville and Alaehna
coonty.-DeSoto Connty Advertiser.

The Industrial Ed itinof The G(Aies-
ville Sun is one of the best publications
of the kind that we have seen In a lone
time. It is replete with information
eoneerning Alachiua county and typo-
grapically is a fine specimen of arti tic
printing. As an advertisement of the
resources of Alachua county it will be
worth many thousands of dollars to the
county it represents -Jasper News.

The Industrial Edition of The
Ganoesville Sun, iteued on November
15th, is a splendid publication, neatly
printed in magazine form and artiiti-
cally illustrated. It contains 82 pages
and is full of interesting and valuable
information about Gainesville and Ala-
chua ooonty. The Indostrial Edition
of The Bunis a credit to its town and
county and to its publisher, Editor Mc-
Creary.-Leesburg Commercial.

We are in receipt of The Gaines-
ville Sun's special Industrial Edition.
which is a most creditable publication,
filled to overflowing with valuable in-
formation of Alachua county and the
enterprising eity of Gainesvilli. which
Is now the home of the State Univereli
ty.-Bradentown Journal.

The drinking of an abundance of
water will prevent appendioitis, be-
cause appendieitis is the result of con-
stipation and constipation is the result
of Insuffiient bile and insuffelen' bile
is the result of insofleient supply of
liquids. That's what an exchange ays,
anyway. If anybody wants any fuor
other reasons they'll have to go ele-
where, for we're not here to run the
doctors out of business.

Cotton is not only king, bat on Mon.
day is was "ace high," and still soar.

Beans are being shipped out from
Jensen as a lively rate.


Your' Nerve
It is nrve energy that runs
the organs of your body. The
storage battery .is the nerve
cells in the brain and spinal
cord, and from this battery
nerve force is sent out through
the system of nerves. To keep
the body healthy you must
have plenty of nerve force: if
you have not. the organs work
imperfectly, the circulation is
sluggish, digestion bad. appe-
tite poor, kidneys inactive, and
aches, pains and misery are
the penalty.
You can keep the system
strong with Dr. Miles' Nervine.
It assists in generating nerve
energy; it strengthens the
nerves and makes the whole
system strong and vigorous.
""I take oaGte, is rla -omn'dtl
Ir MUile' Nene to thoe emffrlne
from nervou preeratton. Iumma L
and m.ianeholy. After event
month r,.ffrtlng rOs abwe d isses
I tried this md. dic and found amme-
lIat. roelit. It nootbhee ed utrwnth-
rns the nerve. etseee away the
irlxonu and de'preml thought and
itve. the nuffee rneMr4d strengft
and h,.pe. It tI a maupeb nerve re-
SstrJt' J 00O SEEM

De. Miles' eMat ewe *e o M by
yur erugoeit. whe wil omaretee that
t* rot anr w m If n f9ns
he wNM refsne yeur me.e
Mi0e Medica CBlhhat.Lnd

M'ea Qt. Measure. Qow
ruaOW cub Rye ......U"S0
NemaCoe aty RRye. S Igo
MAosograM Rye...... I3I
Uamasa -44"Rye. ... 3 7S
mas oe~hey 87

Mosalt wOe,
Peac Brandy 575l
DoiasasMiuh too
GOaevaOta 375- I
tors Carolina Corn is1
Mess aw C .n .3 7
or"*erkawly .57
AJM orf et AAl Hlowe n Ao

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Assormet AUowed Ot AUll Oo@J of Sam
W.Pri Ae*..
wf.'tB ."., HANNE

laW. Gasps, Pred mt
QO.e V. Urns,~~~tttt~~~~tttt~~~ Vle.Pwe~e

Balk Goed-Jags Fre-Net PreaM.
$1 0 Per Galos:
Rye. Ula. Cor. Uoo arrae.
M.uO Per tUaloe
Rye. uos. Coar. R ine quanUy.
SUo Per Glon:
Rye. Gin. Co. Rar. Beat for the mesi
500 aPer Ualoa:
" 'Rye Peseb and Apple Brandy. M v-
ed by age.
4.(10 Per Ga0lo.
Valeor&i Ry. Socl l Dro o re. Meeleas
LUMP ST. L)t IS UrR. LP am
,rktt Beer ......... 0
I .U Paw ....... Is$
ssafard 1 .... to
Mat. extra dark ...... I
Courgr. Ifurled * ** *
m A ,, .. .......... ... 5
CUuln 8 r i t. pet . ......... I i
Priess by the bb&. on avppdcato.


H. E.TATIYaO Cbhler
Wi GuANAN. t.A Mqi.00"


Mu0sr C3 .Z' G 2TZ2VT.ZLU.

Si.t .. Capital........ .. ..............$ 50,000
Surplus and Undivided Proits... .o00o o00
00 ue*a w sarsumseem tao a "a s me a"es
a esmI. ...Mweb .-. a mem .u e
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WH lbP VO01 OUW" AND h O u
Unut the dran on yor system rodoee permanent disability. Thitmn
breathing machinery is awonderful.system of tubes and cells. To hasve od
health i must be kept in good order. A COLD is condered of no qrpor*
taes yet if t was known by Its proper name of "throat InflamratU-.
*oernd-tIW n of the hn." fth dahgsrwo character would be ri
eated. Whean a old makes ite appearance use at onca eaIIusa I s
hegs glap which will spedily overomerI t.
SWHOOPIN COUOH and CROUP Require Prompt Action. SNOW
UINIMENT applied to the throat and chest give wonderful reBle wMle
selarrs Horehound r will rapidly to the violent yf
Mm. MaOd Adam., GoMwthwaTeL., wTritm--I have use lard
NorehobA Syrup and Bati t hee nST n uolne for eroup. coughs aa
sote My chuldmns Msel isa I sllma% te aaoe nad quickly ttes.
SAFE AnD SBE Thr Sizes, 25c, 50c, $L0
The" Cul 'sFeweea-'r te a r veryBooklear-ameed *
|Balard Snow i Animent Coo St. LoUisrM

MW. M-:. JOHN TSON, -Ga -.eev1 .e.

If You Are Insured..

In a Company that is Responsible. Have a Policy Correatly
Written With Liberality of Policy Contract and the Company
Pays Lusees Promptly

You Are Assured
That no serious loss can overcome you without you have some

) Fire, Life, Accident and eali Insurance.
None but Reliable Oompanlee Represented.

Information sheerflly franished. GALNESVILLE, FLORIDA


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BIi better, thank yo. In fact, quite well. Prnclpal Witnees Mysteriously Absent
PARTS OF FLOR IA at, round and full of life and mischieL In Goverpment PeIorage Case.
Pink and white Ilesh dotted with diq- Clnmbu~s. Ga. Dec. ay a
pes. No coigh, no indigestion. It th i le sBti for the I States
Brief H&ppenings From Various An on account of mn RJ,,y to M' ul ,. 01 of
W A. Jolnson and Jot, ?, p rorei. |
Sections of State. _ _____ nent tuirentine operate :- i \\' .!er
TI E'TI count:.. Georgia, who .,c & ,a: .t with
Siiijferr e, owing to the fa, : '.:h ;h gov-
Transpiring In "The Land of Flowers." ernmnt's principal . Art h
Thing iled Down" to Suit th,, Wlliams.a a negro, th< i ... a -,, ,
Things "Boiled Down' to Suit the administered by a mother whose love ,i sa ar ne from his, ih *- t l en.i
n~~P~t,sari frnm him .i1

Busy Reader-Items of Interest to was tempered with common secrie.
All Classes. She knows that OZOML'LSION is
a fountain of energy for grown-:ups,
Gulf Hammock is saiid to be the too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
ecca of hunters and fishermen, plenty of rich blood. For pale, feldle
Duval county had a couple of cas's folk it is the chief nourisher at hie's
of illegal selling of whiskey Monday. feast It cure Consumption when'
Live Oak housekeepers will discard taken in time. Al druggists sell it-
oolored help and will make an effort to 50 cents and $1.o the bottle. Let us
secure white servants. send you
The destroyer has been after the Free Sa e Ittlf0 by Mall
water hyacinths in Lake KiSsimm-e,
and the work is being well done. rite letter or postal to
The peopleof Penpaeola are planning O Pne Street. New Yorb
to have the naval fleet there to assist

them in their Mardi Uras festival.
G. G. Gibbs, a Leon county farmer.
has sold eight barrels of pecan nuts.
The pecan is a great grower in Flor
A. R. Pride, a black demon of Tam-
pa, is under arrest charged with crim-
InaUy assaulting his 15-year-old daugh-
The Teachers' Institute for Levy
county, held at Bronson last Friday
and Saturday, was a very successful
The city of Tampa will be fifty yea
old Friday, December 15th. Now don't
make any mean remarks about one
being able to tell it by the odor.
The St. Johns county commissioners
will diseuss a new court house at their
next meeting. It is badly needed and
a new jail might not come amiss.
A careless negro hack driver at Day-
toma ran over a 6-year4ld boy and his
fijuries may prove fatal. Soah fool
drivers ought to be driven out of every
The Daytona Evening News made its
firt appearance for the season on Fri.
day evening. 1It is a seven-eoloma
folio and a credit to the manager, Ed.
ward Fitzgerald.
The people of Taylor county are mak.
Ilg a vllorous kick about turpentine
men getting fires in the woods out of
easeo, the law prohibiting sueb fires
aooept between February 16th and
March l1st.
The salaries of the St. Augustine
framen have been increased and it is
epeetod the laddies will put a little
more vim in their work. A fire flrhter
is oldom paid a very big sum for the
chances he takes.
Commissioner Philip Isaac, who rep-
rea oted Lee edmnty at the State Fair,
eat to lIrs. 1. B. Broward, wife of the
Ooverner, a box of the "blue-ribbon
fruit," which won for hie county the
first prise to citrus fruits.
The daily edition of The Taylor
Oouaty Citilen, W. J. Lee, editor and
publisher. has made its appeiranre. It
la a two-colomn, foor-page sheet and
will attreat considerable attention. It
will continue until January let, 1 06
Modle Simmos., a yoalg ward of J.
C. Oalboun of Perry, was badly beraed
by her clothing iglntiel while sted-
lag mar the flre Mooday morning.
The fames were extinguished through

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the effort of Charlie Wilder, who was
alo burned about the hands
Mrs C. Miller exhibited to iu this
morning a handsome qoince weighing
fourteen ounces, which grew on a tree
in her Cottage Home grounds From
all appearanoea it seems fully up to
the Northero-grown fruit in quality
and flavor.-Orlando Reporter.
George C. White, one of the oldest
and most highly estimated citizens of
Iive Oak, died on Sunday. He wag
born in Tennessee in 1818. was an hon-
ored CO federate soldier and has re-
sided in Florida silue 18K3. He was a
devoted member of the Methodist
A. F. Freeman of St. Petersborg has
sold to M. W. Ullman of Largo, 8. A.
Rawleof Oeala and C. H. Lee of St.
Petersburg. doing busions as Ullman,
Rawles& Co., all of his holdings four
miles north of St. Petersburg. Two
thoosand acres of thil traet has been
cut for turpentine purposes. The price
paid to Mr. Freman was $8,000. The
land has only been opened one year,
and Mr. Freeman says it is one of the
flnet pieces of turpentine land in
Hillsborough oonoty.
Important Notice.
Oainesville, Fla., December 1, 1906.
We wish to give timely notice to our
patrons, both gas and eleotrie, that we
have found it absolutely oessary o
adopt a new system. Be lelag on the
firs day of January, we will dis.
pene with a olleetor M Adop the
system of mailing the b to every
uestomer and all bills ill doa and
payable at out oef on er oF o the
loth day of the month .a 10 east
will be added, asd if not pei be.
fore the 30th last. the go a
serviee will be diesaotlnued
dollar eharp will be eolleoted for re
oonneetang service. We are not re-
sponsible if bills are not received
through the postofee. as they will be
regularly mailed. This role applies to
every gas and electric light e oosmer.
Therefore be governed seoerdlagly, as
thie yotem will be rigidly enfoeeed
aad the following, rate for elotrie
current will be in feet Jnuary let,
60.000 watt and under. 16e per M
O0.00 to 200.o),. 12e per M watte.
2Au.0 to X)o.(~,E. o10 per M waste.
800.000 and over. he per M watt.
Speelal rates.made for power par.
Illuminatial gas. 62 16 per M
Fuel gla. $2 per N
A dieroant of Io per eent if bill is
paid on or before IOih of eac masth.
(iA:%r arVL (rs A KaIstatI Puua

Thirtee'< Lem Their Lves.
Halifax N .4 1i, 0; T- n:.rnt
I)Tve **e r n 'e.," mr-rik o4 t.30
steamer Ladla'-rl wbtb *ent aeshr
yetterdy orf Amrn'st Harbor. aIn
da* Is&iaM A 41isetar to that of
fel was reeetrid , tnay firm
Meet C(Yv aer the ma at of h
wnk. by L. y t He. t aa. Iwmer
4f tie ea mer The saesa r had s
erew at 17 sad probai y earre4 srener
Ia a.e-sm e tseltlfas Mr LAetle.
emWr e t.e Oaasdle per!a*)e'
ra4 a mes-er wt tr Ir i witek o#*
the mvesl
Owed P t,.
W. F eUy, P. 0. Tre, Teun,
*re yea l t *se- las her e m.
efre I. Urn.*..* a p...o be e

gsI tis -i ee a i e el

from Cui.scsta G.P
der ver) mysterious c
Will!ams' wife aid t.
men came to t'aelr hotu

in' 1. t un

I forcLbly

abiluctild her husbaul, i, ::c himt off
II a vehicle, whlob % :~ .':,ed for
10 or 12 miles in the di:, i1, 1 ,t i ;Grc'n
H11, Ga.
Two or three atrai. i' \!i men
were seen by negroes i i!;. \hcl:i(y
of Willlams' home FI lI, .u',i saiail
they were picture 'ag i
The offense of peona I. :i',.i'i(l to
have been committed '-1,:u mn,:.ths
ao. when Williams "i i.: ti the ,in
ploy of Johnson and Ski i : Tiei nt
gro has twen bound \ i rl \\blvittr
superior court on a ch.ii :' ,if brena ng
his contract.

Switch Engine Strikee Street Car Caus.
Ing the Accident.
lrittol, Va.. Dec. I.- A\ hl:ch engine
of the Norfolk and \We-'..:n railway
collided with an easttoul-n street car
of the Bristol Delt Line omipanyn. on
the State street crossitnga ?re Monday
night shortly after 9 o ,chk, demollei.
Inl te car and lajurirng s*riioly three
passengers. The lnjur l arc Miss Fm.
ma Campbell, out about the face; ('lir.
ence Reynolda, a nephew of R J Rey.
nolds, the tobsaconlt. le- hta.ily crush.
ad; James Bruce, cut aI.,tt the face
And head.
There were flve other paitsngers on
thf* car. who eaaped I I jury
The accident is at to have ~een
due to tCe approsai of two of the en.
lnes from JifflRat dilrirtion., the one
coming from the south attracting t.ie
motorman's attention anlt rausing him
to shove his ear on the 'rack. unmind
fil of the approach of the other on.
LeOrippe and Pneumonia.
Pneumonia ofteh follows lagrlppe,
but never follows ~ use of Foley's
Honey and Tar. It cures larlppe.
eoough sad prevent p1aoomonia and
consumption. Ask for Foley's Honey
and Tar and refuse any subatltote of-
fered. Mr. (. 'sober, 167 ORlood
street, Chicago. writes: "My wife had
a*evereOm aof lairippe three years
ago ad It left h r with a terrible
eough. She tried a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar and it ave immediate
relief. A 0sent t titlee cured her cough
entirely." Refruse ubtlitutes,. J.
MeCollum & Company.

Notice Is hereby gives that on I'e-
eember llth. 1906 an election of the
etoekholdere of the l.ast Fureid Trli.
pho ompeay mill he hed at isn of.
0l1i (haineeitll.. Florida, for the
perpoe of oting t, ilaereee the eapl.
tal stoek from jFir rhoosend Donilrs
so Twenty Fove Th,,selod Dollai; ;l-
s o thbe ame time aad plase a vote
will be take for the adoptloa of an
amendess t of Article VI of te shar.
ter to reed "The t ,Ih landebtednaee
or liability whwrh t0,* corporation can
at ny time eubhj)r itself i Fiftly
Tomiand Dollare "
ThiL kt day of N ,'ember. Ilr
( 0 Vons. Pee.

awed and spilt legth.e mad elae
WOOD OF bit.-r QUALITY aod
nisamaetd sali,.114: With oteft our
doe. When you asr a warl of I)TOV
WOOD leae gi t e n a s ll. a .ery
failtly foe wane ee, liltag aad do-
lieotha wood pror. tily.
preriff Weod 'ace Orner i'a.
fycy aad Msa o es eue, (ibu -
vill, Florieda

The Kind Yon Have Alway Bought, and which hna heet
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
Sand haa been made under his ,H'r-
sonal superviaton at1ce ItsA Infuwkey.
Allow no one to deeeive you In thlu.
All Coiunterfolts., Imlittatioins and "Just-ast-ood" are but
Experiments tiiat triple with stand endanger the health of
Inftnts and ChUdren-Experience against ExperilmentL

Oantoria t a harmleM asubatltut4 for ('nator Oil, Parl
gorl, Drops anti Soothing Myrt pm,. It In I'ltumeant. l
contains neither Oplunt, Morplie i nor other Na'rotoe
substance. It. age la its iitrantee. It d-r td v y- ,Wornm
and allays FPverishness. It ueren Dli)rrlati.i .t l Wind
(olle. It rellevme Teething Tron ule, csir.e Co'nitli)ption
and FlPtulency. It tmatlntilatem the Foxl'o, re.irlates the
Stomach and Howels, giving healthy aild uiitutral mloep.
The Children's Parncea-The Mother's Fricied.


Dean the Signature of

The nd You Have Always Bought

In Use For Over 30 Years.
e. usa sseem e wen ma e wem eemI



Retailer and Jobbon lt

Staple and Fancy Brocenra,

Iralm, lard Slaw ad Frtdlzue.
Highest market priee paid for Ohiseah Er, sad oihor PhJraa.

A Complete steok of Hay Corn, Oats Plour, Bra, Meal, O.tn a ed Meal
and Re. We handle ol the VRY BUT goode at the LOW*
INT PRrF)EA. and guarantee atisfethio always.
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Rfevtwrd the Newm and Fiut.s govorniIlg
Sltudiem under!lying cimrio-, if Market
Reviewss, a alyz* :etn' :rjlt I'..ic'r' ImLsilroal
and Induwtrial rt.lxmrt4.
Has (o)mjietrl trAtm~.o (t PIrniflgs of
Quotem aetiV'' .arilillidtIVti 8t(k'4 #cand

Ptecorlni the lji- f of Bonds undr)J lnr tho
yield on Inve".mtmrtjit-itat iii. jiric.i.
AmswerS, W101#0l1t charge,'' impi~iriem crc~m.

Obewo daIly r.,..ull* l IN WALL. W%19T
M'StI i s. 1-I w ifer C ealI to 's- mnYw
"MY sad 4PWRIt ad'. a0ise 46 about Inestl.
wieb thee m e whe b4.0'.off.

DO M'~, .1( NES &(.
*4 l v1 %Ir 1WWIU orV I.
TiO e&.iI %1 btUS %V1 442 %C1 WALL *TSI3'.
$11 a lo, 41 a e@@1.



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I. --ATTEMPTS TO AKS LI'P. MANY KILLED AND IN14URE. fiufrti *l. .visio ..Uir.6,C-d 1, I
--- fedeti Veterans, Jackw iie,
London Roof Collapsed with Fatal No. Deomber 1814, 1906.
an Charged with nrder ateau th4 ste-arme without Warning ,
Matches and Sw am ^nary. nIamdon, Dec. O.--The sotbh ead of O0seaelpot she ab mused oe-
Greensboro, NI QC, Dec. f.-br.J0 the immense roof ann the CharLne b
peph H. M thiews,'Vao I In j)al aw&IL Ing Cross main line Station bee sd sed rate of one oest per a TTE PRIES A SUB IT SAMPLES F
.ag a hearing q the charge of caus denly collapsed thole afttemooc kilMag IIl")Itw_ S eeot.. withe minlm a
ag the deat* 4 his wife by polaon, or Injured many persons ad ooepleto s rtle of Stt Yests. This nas bee bee
fade d o e0 am attempt to commit suL ly blocking the line. *sthorled from all poiote l the tate
sde Mol. Many workmen nad train were of Folodd 3d ;slekets will be sold De-
Late Isda afternoon he diluted tie caught i the wreckage. The roof o elbther 1 ebd for traino s heduled Sto
head et* number of matches In a cap the avenue theater adjoining the ta, arrive a Jekevoo ille before soo of
wof and swallowed the contents. tlon also collapsed. December t0. Fial limit of Siekete
seem lost consciousness, but him About 3 inj red have already beoe w ll b Deesober 1(h. 8ine ae r- F r I' Me Women and Childred.
grelY attracted the attention of a taken to the hospital. One bf them died strieoe4 to esBtinuous passage a e ek .
@ f guard, w'no summoned a physt immediately and others are In a crit direetloi. There should be a large
e40, -a.nd his life was saved. teal condition. 'Ther a a number growrd going o Jacksotville on thisoe.
Monday, after sharpening the edgi of dead among the rains. mftae of easioa, as t rates are extremely low. We ca' ry everything ready-to-wear and all
9at pewter spoon on his cell floor, the wreckage fell on an adjoining cba Prospeotive psseogers aboold eall on orderswill receive prompt and careful attention.
be opened an artery In him wrist, but stand. Severerl drivers were Injred Atlantis Oases Line agents for full rde ill receive prompt and re l a n
ae f ow of blood was stopped In time two horses were killed and several of formation or write Frank 0. Boylttea,
to again save bhi life. Matthews Ie the cabs were smashed. District Passenger Agent, Jaoksonville,
raving in his delirium. The Oontinental IWpress. filled with Fla.
pasenger. wu standing outside theM nFlutteing.
WORK OF CONFRKMNCE ENOS station waiting for the sigal to en. ALW AYS REMEMH BER:
ter when the collapse of the roof oc- Undigested food and gas inthe bstom.
Icirred .eh, located jost below the heart.
South Georgia. Minldeftr to Meet Nero r presses spins it ad causes heart pt- 1. We send goods by express C. 0. D. subject
Year at Valdeta. Torture of a Preacher. pitation. When your heart trouble to examination before accepting.
Ameritcus or, ., Dec. .-The T bre The story of the torture of Rev. O. yon In lhat way a re H.rbie for a
mal fateure of the Iast day's -ioon D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist chareb How das, You will S on be all rit. 2. We send two or three styles of garments
the pUth eori0 a *freae ol of Ha'perville, N. Y, will interest _0_bo_ e. old by W. M. Johso_. selection.
< 0e tethodl1t pseoopal orob, south, you. H *says: "I fsouaed agonles,
waO the reading of the Iappltmmts because of a persistent couoh, result. T 3. We allow 10 per cent discount for cash,
sadthtPasol reODlaon to Wd ing from the grip. I had to sleep sit. except on contract goods.
ienlt Boemlt protestlaa acialx ting op 1r bed. I tried aany ram.
oe Jewish masawe in Russia ad edles without relief until I took Dr. U ORADO CAFE
me eldeetio of Valeetas a es he next Kifyo Diseovery for Conosmp.
pisoe of eating. tion, Coughs and Oplde, which entirely Ceamaess lnCklaw a Feature.
Quite a plessmat lasdent occurred cured my sough sod Pawed me from
wbo Dr. J. P. Wardw Vt In conompHoo." red e for d* Everything l Season Coop to Order.EV Y BRO CO
tio Amerioua uthe st paoeetf me eased condltions of threal and loap. OYBTBMS AND STEAKS
Inag. Valloeta, however, was selected As all drSpletci; palie e. and $1.0o, apeoiaite TE |I STOB AAA -I
after Dr. Warilaw had witdbawn the all droe.ts; prices r and $1. COFFEE the Bet. ST
Sigtritatln of Amertcasottle. Ths free.aT .FE TEhe A U Aih
bha never be n better oared for th tinalTuberc PRICES R EASONABLE. .f I I
at Americus. Washington, Dec. 6.-An appropria WE S T 8 IDE SQU0 AR
Stlon of $100.000 for a national ubercul .oe wes Min StreetL 8.
Stabbing Ocurs at Hog Klling. osia.sanitarlum is provided for in a bill
Swde r Springs, ., Dec. 6.--4a a intorduced by Represeatatle Wiley,
4 difficulty, which occurred on the Boen of Alabama. The bill provides that MRS. G. H. BROWNE,
Xett plantation, I miles from town th esuitarlum Ito be open to ind- 1
Modlay morning, Jackson stabbed Ben gent persons of both races who are Ta
aett, who had struck Jackson with a suffering from tuberculosis of the lungm C I
@tik. Jackson was arranging to kill aW is to admit all person of the army --i
bhog and Bennett was passing by aa nary as well as those hon bly T
when the difficulty arose. The weap. discharged from the service. FPmlla Dry Goods, Notions, ACKNOWLEDGED
on used by Jackson was a knife used Ala., is designated for the *lcew r tth Racket Goods. ..... THE BEST
In killllng hogs, and penetrated the low. analtarium and it is praoed that the MACkINE ON THIE AuIbf
er part of the left shoulder blade. surgeon general of the public health
and marine hospital service Isa to have Also RENAULT't FAMOUS BREADS, I a s Tabulator
Grip Quickly Knocked Out. full charge of the sanitarium, OAKES and PIES-Fresh HIVI rI LI -R 1 I -ON-
S"ome weeks ago during the severe Every Day. I Every Machine.
winter weather both my wife and my. The Key That Unlocks the Door to -yr traa elated
self oontrated severe colds which Long Living.
speedily developed into the worst kind The men of eighty.five and ninety Lightest Shiftl Lighteet RonningI The
of Is grippe with all it miserable symp- years of age are mot the rotuod well Champion Speed Writers of the World
eau," say Mr. J. 8. Egleston of fed, buhot thio, *pare men who live on a U|e the FayBSh)e. More Fay-Bholet in
Maple landing, Iowa. "Knees and slender diet. Be as careful as he will ue ln Ga inetille tha any other machine.
jointse aching, muscles sore, head however, a man pat middle age will
stopped up, eyes and nose rLnning, with oeeaiorally eat too moeh or of some and Your on b tm Op l luL
alternate spells of chills and fever. We article of food not suited to his conu-L rUt ad your reow-man. t .Fo e by....
began using Chamborlain's Cough tution, and will need a dose of Chanm The arsums ha o earth so wet a mma s mn n
Remedy, siding the same with a does bertain's Stomach and Liver Tablets to M o obl ws a by sV ohe. oAd* iGk THE SU Gaine68lle, PFl.
of Obaimbirlain's Stomach and Liver cleanse and Invigorate his stomach and m.ertsI ml amy be goodi. 'mre woor. I
completely knocked out the grip." this is done there is no reason why the M4 moore WE USE TEr M A*
,r a ,:our ": T" . .. i-frsletboi
These tablet promote a healthy action average man should not live to old m saa bak. Our oe oa
of the bowels. liver and kidney* which age. Fuor sale by all druggists. Itto wueome more lN alIabe. Q I P P N IA I I W AY

rp Fr sale by all druggists. Rom. Ga.. Dec. -l chambers to T P My
lay Judge Mose. Wright refused bail -- '
Seaboard Parlor Care. to Vincent T Snford n e 3 I tlle -rates Eet S 54 Ne t Nerth ad West.. Ne 1$
The Sueboard Air Line operates b"uf charged with the murder of Oeor LvJaekeonville.. .o.. y 6 l(0 7 Up Lv JackeaivUle, Fla. bo. My. T'" ,...
let parlor ears betwreeo Walkto and WrigRht, Santord had made applllation L Jeeup ....o. Hy 1140i 1040pLv Jesup Ga. .o. M 1o
Timpa on train leaving Waldo that or that that Lvavanah.y p Ar Maeo a... ... .
coects with the morniag traa from rba on the groet nl BArColImba..... .80t By 688P 00 Ar A inera ..o... So. by. h '
Slip *()a A tan, Se'y. pro
Oaib ..vIls. was unsanitary ant lajurious to his gW A ArObarloe ..... o. B 10 Sp 9 a Ar Mome, Ga.. ....... o. By. Tt 1
health. In refualng the applieatio n ArOreboroo.. .So. By 1 la 1IUp Ar Daltoe. Ga ......So. By. |-
Judac Wright stated that he would ArD Panville.....So. By S 10lp Archattamooga Teas..Bo. l. S-
IArROuaeam ath, OMipis A
(lt nie 9Snford from this tail to either *B--esthtb Ar e o. .o. yAr nlMln to y ...
M l Atcrta or tuismmervIlle, I o hl Bllak NIl, Ml lai, adAr L sr. . Ce Oe 4-pS ArCe. .ll i
J4III IIC UUI, connel should make applieStioa torr se Go. .y 8 18 8 10p L^ Us ess asi 2?
snie EasntlUle lamytIteo Claelesl Ar VashlU agson... .So. By *M9 80 p Ar ObleagoI ...... lger 17 ,
Ar Barsleore ...P. B. B. U11 11 Sp Lv Ot t O .i. .Pa toes 4
Plintsr3, L ls CLiowe el ee ld l ArW. 'del'rr P.B. B. lp e ArsChfla ho. will Pa Laes TM
Piper Hingen. .3.'i' -o.o .o. lai.., Y o a.ord .a. hiss Soa riTt E .
11 ulets" nmum .m O lt~l, 1re].

r~ w r lrr ~nt krt nl Iir p~t(~ IraI~tI11 mi- as XONhr u I v l~( ...... v 1 0 4. sa
W04 F'ast~tMa~inS rt.. S, PlefiteFl. TJLiT nsLa Oft line operating through sleepers Sle.plimsCePotTamPa mAtJeeDetroita KV.......... P.M.m.
UsaKW Yaib" AN* rom lorlda to O Wao. jllb teNow ork. Ar N iseit, e0. V .P* MO
Aloperatoka th Ov lime opri roughsleepers g o. 3Or-J'IW8hineftoe abd Florida "__0
All kin de of ostisi n e sil) z.~ iid. Spatmoof lje. workAo D tltrida to S1. Lois with dining Limitedd."- DailY Pullman Drawing At Pii vrPa. .PsPa. Li
prVIIIII- &lid 111,1Wll) I I- c It d. 11Year service. Room lepiag Coar Jeoavlil so tLOlT issaaw. 0 Big. F 'w
.Pet disiodgearWfl e Ilnthe oSth. Now Tort. Ar levuIdO, 0 BiglFew
I~it ~'t)t~~) ~~ah~gtcflI~c Through3f5tour i~st 91O rates aliI kmoTb3.metb n"I vU rLouge. ite y ....S. I. Sat
AI'PER HANIIN&I at'~ SION HIr. Purs PFod*ShowOpeof brogk6b tourism sleepers to Califor. e K
INO %I)vsuky Wkhlasica. Doe. 4.-JM* Von 114W f of jittroma&J" n t rates to all Lu& ..u0
bow. uander the auwt4ee of the W"as "te North Bad We*t% edalwes and Lv JeeasmvlleFls I. ... T At Amu Ale Ga..
At Og Luav, a.. .so. .y IsoA
G3ULF IiWMi9CK IIOTEG OE.LW Albvlit IW 0. go- sIr tyEO. E. HERRINAt, Avutot ,no
EU1Ftl~l1IO~i IITB1!I~ bt R Pmf osecir H. W. VO At Hot 111pri mp, N C So-uL, I... ..8 17 2 SI
II I.? HASSOCC&I, il.A lW*b"b 19#stbtr. r. a. Ps A^Lb 33I3.I" At euille, Tres s. O '
depsrot "e %iStflu. 04% As ALsuilile. ky Sol H 4!rhwp.Ark-. ........
opealas 44rls HW roylkj d U3tdi s a bed, At Sr t. [oma.i.m 1.00 1 s e. us. -n- Fiarms
ftadise for hunting and HIing a drs i e~wd* _____________A ieesiQA l*5 ebort of Pun toolsad cited inWAt- 15S.. Dfltl. sOWmi """I* using
Unstwafotse of analys I*s e Me mao The Floridd N 3-Deiy P DidaM si
Sulisft"pr.u. &=alo i oo ad 3.1st AlveOve gCar ~ wsweftCa. J~ t~ eN i
I swe 1 =. "10: A Lhe TRequIefte of Seauty. Fruit and Truck 9 rower IlI'r
Om a"S u oO Thv lnt requiste of beauty is a uL Ja S3 N3#, r"9 t DiWalog ft rlSwer
-ad- vow-3 lks "rem eeareatprbou Oes uisiv oc" n IAs
-LOVLA THUMAS. n*W~a rutl#earip euim rmeLulen a~. ni a ft $LSAIMVALS AT JACKBOUWYLILE
o akr. I r K A W M % L m v O 'N. V U 6 ? N 1 1 0 n o w o r k W u h w g t m W 1 9 4 L 3 9 6 r r cN e b u s A r u.
gpgwu~ La,' ro ~ ~rust bto~rk~ eers arkr aMe.bo'ed be Tier ....~- - I ~ we, Yok t. ~wasbiags, ste.-Is. a. Wrlhgee sad Flee Us.
ooIsae. a it meb s & beliver uw @spin.........a...... A$ O.e 1000a.
and bowels, and "a ev-o?,a"SPeW Turk. ~". L"a'-senW ~smst
yog @we it so lost A PON) )t I
AT ST. ASUSTDI5 brGbnh sad bsw Lai e e `W to.tee.d ll
"d emAeee I it w& wtoloubf U em 4eyse4 A5l b ilia -b3 tp
bd- -Ow Un" mt u v
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~PeI y Was the Se a t he
o Color* Troe" Woa.
SWo engagement of the civil war was
rrl o with more heroism and en-
eance than that fought by the For-
e-llnth United States colored troops
- ta~r bostlllt!es were over. The Magn-
ane of American History contains an
account of the tussle in which the
black soldiers bore themselves so
bravely. The steamer Merrimac, load-
ed with cotton, left New Orleans for
New York carrying, besides her reg-
ular passenger, thirty offers and Ou9
colored privates.
For several days all went well. Then
*a veseel sprung aleak, fires were
dampened and the alarm spread. It
was found that the Iron supply pipe
Rough which the water for the ,on-
denser was taken from the sea wna
broken, and the place of leakage could
Oat be reached. The passengers were
panic stricken. One small, fat Germanu
went about wringing his hands and
"Ach, we are at the bottom of the
sea I we gets pack to New Orleans
will dey &if me pack my monish?"
The water gained fast. The only
hope lay in keeping afloat until a vets.
gal could be sighted. The colorvel
troops were pressed into service and
.proved themselves the heroes of the
oecason. A line of men was establish-
ad from the hold to the deck. and buck-
*t were passed as rapidly as hundls
eqid move. On deck another 11ine
lpped back and forth with well
turned military trend. The work be-
nw was most exhausting. The rmen at
do bottom could not bold their posi-
to more than three minutes at a
SPe. They were blinded and half
tangled by the swashing sea water
sd bruised by the lumps of coal
Vich dashed about.
Bt no one faltered, and high above
to nolq rose the clear, sweet votes
qt the workers, now singing an army
&s, mw a cheery negro melody. The
n*ie brought new hope to the hearts
e the puasngers. Hour after hour
t Io eo worked and sang, amn the sea
4 aot gain on them.
Two days passed, and the drinking
ater gave out. Then they could no
Iaer sing and their parched throats
Wa eased only by a scanty supply
S eruanger and lemons, but still they
wked. On the third day the lights of
&a samer were seen only half a mile
IMay. Rockets were sent up, and
Wik great difficulty, on account of
br wet ammunition, a gun wau fred.
StlO dismay of all. the stamer pass-
Sa Qluckly the soldiers formed a
o eae more, and the wearisome Ia-
began again.
S asty-flve brs of bucket pa
a teamer was sighted which r-
to the call for help, the
Merrimac was tow lIte

Smase who had snns os cs h tly ti
idst of hard labor and In th face
death were thoroughly exhausted.
they had not lost their light heart-

All efforts have failed to Bad a bet-
I remedy for eoolgh. old* and lung
IbkI% than Foley's Honey and Tar.
latope he O egh. beans the lungs ad
taow aerioa res olts from a sold.
S. Patersoe, Nasua, Iowa. writes:
Ls winter I had a bed old on my
Igs d tried at least balf a dosea
eres0ed e6agk medietes ad had
S efrem two ph eelane with,
gstal aUy benefit. A friend re-
ed Foley's Homey and Tar
Iwo-thlrds of a betle eared me. I
r It the greatet soLgh and ln
WMIti orld." J. W. me-
A Oor ary.

'1. asbitas a*bwe Baee.
the way wy Olght I can tell me's
said a poleCSnan. As
k wbe he o g g to A ht
hisa l t and coat it a blJ
btMbag way an the apend. A
pfsa ble bat dowa tUg a his
aitd Ittes his cat eantay.
-a c toi s at gog to O-
Oay of his property. An ItrAb-
Sappeal to the erwd to atd ma
x edWe Iet ftm denied
SaU tra to td t up. A Or-
imeIka pr efie Wins lit east
.e aI mbe and lyW eI thas
ef eM to tWdwn. An Ametmim
SM IPmin i Mt "an m ra*5

: -Spe Caesed Des*d
De el. agda S peolan.
to Des Sato. ePaU W m rWb

a "ab. He swoas" meed a ft"

as 6L YesTab wmbe
sol o W" s S of tseS
ae.mb i.w amsO K86

4iOle ", Dii
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Words o WieC Dictlmawrles Agee
and People ODler.
It is not strange considering that our
language is iaia stage of transltlon-
growing, as all languages do-that au-
thorities should differ on mauy points;
hence we Bud that our three great dic-
tionarles sometimes differ in the mat-
ter of spelling. The followlug spell-
ngs, however, are agreed upon by the
Century. International (Webster's) and
Standard dictionaries, though many
people often vary from them:
absinthin glycerin
acoustic gully
ax hacienda
ainidin Hindu
antemetic Hindustan
arabin Mohaun,,'idan
adz mold. -er. -ing
baptize molt, -td, -ing
barytone monn>s
bt-nzoln mustache
tering blond (adj.) oculist
blulng offenI
bouquet parafin
udapest ped-Aoey
bur polt
callron quartet
calk. -er. -Ing quiitet
.tlgra phy raurefy
c.t .:-;,lla ruble
.invt iinradin strailtlaced
ctrtlureted seotet or sextet
Chi.. tS. A.) smolder, -Ing
coltr sobriquet
c'.isisnsn.fUO stanch
cz. supersede
darky tranquillity
d. feOnse typify
dtnourment veranda
dlle'ttante vermilion
dram iwelght) vitreous
dumfoundced whir
E.klimo whisky
low many readers are aware that
all our dictionaries give "wolverene"
as the correct spelling of the name of
the animal from whiOh the Wolverene
State takes its name? Here is where
tihe dctionaries vary from popular
usage.- 'Ihicago Chronicle.

A Certain Cure for Croup.

When a child shows symptoms of
croup there Is no tile to experiment
with new remedies, no matter how
highly they may be recommended.
There Is one preparation that oan al.
ways be depended upon. It has been
in use for many years and has never
been known to fall, via: Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Oompton
of Market, Texas. says of It: "I have
u'ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
severe ease of eroup with my chil.
dren, and an truthfully say it always
gives prompt relief." For sale by all
(taltrlla Parr.
Catharine Parr. the slith wife of the
much married Ilenry VIII., owed minrw,
to her intellectual than to her iprouual
c.harus. the was not good looking,
but had a pleasant face and a world
of tact. so skillfully did she manage
her troublesome husband as actually
,o turn him against some of the most
trusted of his own ofclials. Once an
order was made out for r r arrest on
a chbrge of hersy, but she got ews of
the matter and so cleverly lattmred
and soi sthed IHenry as to effect a com-
plete reconciliation, atnd when the ofi-
cors came to serve the order he drowe
them out with cnraes sod threats.
*rave *o areasekst
Whe a ) ,ung anl n a sa sal
ary and with the future very aP f
tam frts u rried we claim ba a
rwklte as ir be Jumprd into watrl
an.1 croMklit uwim. The romCantle may
call it corrie. Intt It ia pure reekle-
nwrs- Atrchlua (;l.ot

*"lbs was vry mad affected, was
8e not. at tI rha ewsr*
-1I sbou say so Her eyes dropped.
ber voie ir,,k., ber face feU. aled Inal-
ly pse burst ito taeer.-Batimae
cooereer *o steassme.
If a man tIe grraoes ad courted
to strange it shows he i a caTeOm e
he world aNd that his beart to s is
lad ces at rrmn otherI tndS. b a
eeattIeIt that ),.:ne to them.-Bares.
A Iaiib o Iao.
P Ars Artt~t Whats tat 1yeo'
palatta. a media val fantty gw t
eeiiad Artist- N~t eaetly 1hatI
pesrtat i Mrs. eWry Vit.--Llab
Vis OMtourn s
Aerie a I e es
Ma -a bier what yM p Iab
Sayt It w t aS hast dt Tahr
ta-What safl I syT Ihat ye a
haM waed? I
As ngssesey Medisme.
er spralsi.. e.teae, hber. ats4e
asnd sai Oar leeasI IWs to tseela

is seemed Sesd te1 e ea0 Des h*1If
-a I- m m- --s Pubs Rain.

deou --0. Lw b all b a

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Offiee oocr daroug Mbs. I'UL ,e ZP 3i ring

And 8olielf i.tor Vtuir
Real Estate, Ooo00yualimg aud Ueu.
erl Practioe. All iaailit-m promptlyj
attended to. Oee clune door to Sua
otulo. UANlKOVnI I 1:. FLORIIA



a i ol!!).I

Oan sell your eity property. (im.
proved and elumproved., phosphasw,
trucking and farmigg laile. Send him
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Omeel Miller Law E ~se >rat

JOHN MUNS. Propriewr
s19-t W. a" m8.. IhAbotiV, rtS.
Faust beer, bottle d d raught. Don's
fail to all ma os wbea in Jaeckoarlle
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Makes a Specialty of All Klods
of Plain and Fancy


Job Printing
. F o r ..

Business Men,

Professional Men,

Manufactories, Etc
Legal Blaaks on Short Notice.

Thed lolowing letter from os of oar
mall order motomrnr, i etlfplaa-
ryI Looleville. Ky JFob 2. 1V$.
H. H. N1Wruy,
6=tl1v0il. F :a
Dear Mr Rea ve'd the priltla
mster Is de tim-., sad will m y
Is b plerfeiJ wsitofis'rl. I ike t.
I-WOp a*mb %11f U too (fr
por prm p at4 tl>,. Is llaug eor
Yooas Cr,
M I M C Cssvm.

W ebd orders THI 111i.
OmmwstI, na.


Ahwua esuni 'a US~AU seem is

mlm ~W~ rads p I.Mm ~
13 psblle sb"'-s. ph eephes.

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two -e. WAl'i par pwe
as". poee. pkwiu
eme.W) all trd. at ~1uU.

Cumdlk h CoCUL

SE Air Line Ra
Air Line Railway

.. FOR ....

Savannah, Columbia. Camden, Southern

Pines. Raleigh, Richmond, Wash-

ington, Baltimore, Phila- 9

delphia New York.

Two Elegant Trains Daily.

Seaboard Express.

Seaboard Mail.


Only Lino ()Oprtitig

Daily Through Pullman Sleepers from Jacksonvilie to New Orleans

For fu)l Informastl n and sleeper reservations cali oIt an agent Heaboard or
write A. 0. MACDONELL.. C Y I ~\l'(TN Ja.
Ast. General Passenlger Agent, iger A t,


olrc w UtgN
Jacksonville arid New York,
Calling at CHARHLETO4N, d. 0., both ways.
'fle PlaMt Steahpl is the C8e twI-e Irvie

The Clyde New England and Southern Lines
Direst ervieo Retwee JACKSONVILLE, BOMfTON aad
PROVIDENOR nad All Lasters Potate
Falling at Charlesto both ways.
Bouthbouad... ......... ... ...... From Lwl' Wharf, Beeoo
Northboarumd.............. From Foot of Cathrrse s.. Jasktonvill*

Clve St. Johns River Lin
Stopping *I rP tla I, Asor, aOt sis, Sere ord (D.lAud). and Iab rmetiss
Landingls o ut. Johml River; aommeaaesl Wednesday, November 15, 1 6,
Are appointed to all a follows i ear JakeonevlUle. daily iseept I tiur
days, as B:8 p. m. Returning, leave an ford,dally esrepst nodays, at 8 gi)a. a.

L I$ pap a . ..J... klr lle .......... .. Arri ,, .7m
I pM ... . .....Pul....... uA ............ .
/ :0 M ......... .. . Framr .............. 1 100
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100r00 .... .a .lr! .. 1
W., 0 J11- Aftt UM. PW.. 81, 10 WeiVllS Ill V1Zb8"1r==.eM

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ntw Tabloe in edes April I, 1 SI

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S ttro of GSo I IntFert Gath-
ered by Our Reporters.


Wha M Happened and What is Going
o Happen Told In Short Paragraphs
as That "He Who Runs May Read"
9t It The Sun.
Ladies' ,esterm at J. Manasse's.
S Bun Industrial Edition 10 cents a
Warm blankets very cheap at J. Ma-
Ladles' calling cards in latest styli
S t Son office.
Dry oak and pine wood for sale. J.
N. Bone, 'phone 19.
Ladies, we have a fine line of fasci-
tators. J. Manasse.
)Farm and droey overcoat at low
prices as J. Mansese'i.
Fruit oakes for Immediate or future
delivery. Keystone Bakery.
Mia Mattie Reddiek of Waldo was
registered at the Brown House yester-
Jerry Welloof Worthington Springs
Swas among the visitors to this city yes-
I For sale, North Gainesville, eight
lots, sheap. Rook road. August
The ladies should bear in mind that
we have the latest styles in eloake J.
W. B. Reviere, a prominent eitien
of High Springs, was transacting bals-
nss In this eity yesterday.
Fornlshed room to rent on block ad.
joining square. Oentlemrn tenant
preferred. Apply at Son office.
SExtra eopie of the Indoatrial Edi-
tion of The 8un for sale at Avers's and
Vidal's news stands at 10 cents
For Rent-Two farlnshed flat, one
of four rooms and one of three rooms.
Mrs. Foster, 40u West Main street.
Ira J. Carter and E. T. Henderson of
Newberry returned to their home yes-
S/ rday after a brief business trip to
this city.
SL. Dean of Lake City has opened
a barber shop In the Bauknight block,
Srot Union street. in the rear of the
store of Poornell A SON.
The Woman's Guild Bassar opens to-
day promptly at 8 p. m. and remains
open all the evening. No goods sold
at Basaar before 8 p. m.
New No. 7 Fay-Bholes typewriter for
t sale. Long carriage-just the ma-
oblae for law Soce. Cash or install-
hIent. Call at Sun office.
Among the visitors to this city is
Hon. R. A. Burfordof Oeala. division
counsel for the Atlantli Coast Line,
who is here attending ooort.
W. W. Olysat of Ooala was in the
city for a few hours yesterday. en
route home from Ohieland, where he
Is interested i a large itoek farm.
(eorge Taylor of Palmer, superin-
tendent of the (Oalneville Peabh Or.
chard Company, was in the eity Tues-
day and made The Sun a friendly call.
By eommnnleating with W. R.
Thomas. perone wishing work done in
the carpenter line or )obe taken by con-
tract, can be put In touch with the
underullnrd. who would be ,leased to
- tet them William J. Ward.
Amung the visitors to taineeville
Syerserday was Col John E Lambeth,
. formerly of this eity but for the past
two years reiddng in Atlanta. His old
friends wre glad to see him. and glad
to learn that he is prospering in the
Ilauraniie busineM
Remember the rat. to Jacksonville
over the eaboaord on account the lonn-

f e rate Veteran' rwunon. Tiekets
bL .December l1th and for the
OL more train of the 130. good return.
ing Iebetr 18th, ouly $I 71l for the
round tp. Bee Mr.obb. 6t
J i Pa terMi of Oranga Helghtt
Sl was a caller at The SB oaee yeter-
day to eoure a number of cpies of
our tndlstrial editiLo to ea4d to
lriods in the Noth. He spoke vry
igtly of the paper ad aid i was al-
&n of Iesotismable vals* to te so o-
Snd f tyl.
BM.Jats H Tillmae ud late.
Se*tag IIe nephew. Goe. TiUm
hft BaU fM ld. 8 0.. wbe bwv

Wakel who eg o eMds a b t bus
plmewl Ml M, r. TIMuabl riad4
W A. Mls
Orm Ise m O m S

Captain H. C. Parker of laOroNee
wa among the visitors to this eity yes-
Don't ihiver with cold when you can
boy the latest style cloaIr so cheap at
J. Maenss.e's
Eapt Gainesville Property-Five de-
sirable lots for sale cheal. Apply to
August Wenske.
L J. Clyatt has returned from Chief-
Ijid, where he hau been lookig after
his immense cattle interests.
When yon want a pleasant laxative
take Chamberlain'l 8tomaeb and Liver
Tablets. For Isle by all druggists.
Turpentine leae for ale at this of-
lce, 0ps per dozen, $8 per hundred.
Cash mos) accompany order, dawtf
D. N. Harris of Doke, Bradford
aponty, was it the city yesterday on
business connected with the United
states land office.
William Bradley of Jacksonville wa
in the city )fesrday, haviIn some on
bosiorne connected with the United
States land ofle.
1. M. Cutler of Macon, Ga., general
freight agent of the Georgia Southern
and Florida Rarosd. was in the city
on business yesterday.
Ladles, you bhoold *all at our store
and examine our latest style eloaks
just received, whether you buy or not.
J. Manaese. They are correct styles.
Fur Bale Cheap--100-ere farm near
Gainesville; partly cleared. Sixty
head cattle, seventy-fire head hoer,
honr and wagon. Apply to August
Warranty deed and mortgage blanks
for sale at tble office, the form used In
Alsehsa county which save money In
recording. $2 per hundred or Oo per
dosen by mail. Oash most accompany
order. dawtf
AGENTS-A story bork illustrated
with negro children at play. Is a fast
seller; all buy It. Agents make $10 a
Jay. Outfit 10e; particulars free. An-
swer quick. Jenkins, Hertel & Com-
pany, Atlant, OGa.
Quality ountsa for more in extracts
than any article you buy. Blue Rib-
bon lemon and vanilla are absolutely
pure and so highly coneentrated that
only half the usual quantity sl re-
quired, and the flavor is perfect.
T. B Stringfellow, Al. Dryedale and
Mr. Barnett arrived In the city yester.
day from Jacksonville, and will spend
a couple of days hunting in this se.-
tion with Oaptain J. Maxey Dell.
They expect to leave the city early
this monling.
We are in a position to furnish first.
elass bean, cuke and lettuce hampers,
leo cabbage and eanatlope rates
promptly at reaonable prices, and
guarantee prompt shipment pn all
contracts. Ship on either A. O. L. or
8. A L. railroads. Williston Manon
faeturing Oo, Williston. Fla. dawtf.
Remember the old reliable Seaboard
puts you In Jacksonville on time.
Quickept and most direct route from
Oainesville. On account of the Con%
federate Veterans' reunion, ticket
will be on sale on December 12, and
for the morning train of the 18th,
good to return until and including
December la, only (1.70 for the round
trip. Cheaper than walking. See Mr.
If ever a mineatr! ahow scored a sao-
*e** the Harlow Minstrels was that for-
tlunate one at the Denver Theater last
night Frrot the ril of the curtain to
the elose of the long olo not a dull
moment could be found and the con-
tinuous applause and laughter whkth
grated the efforts of eomedilans ad
fingers alike meet have been most
gratifying to both manager and com-
pany.-Denover (Col i) evening Poet.

Mobile, Ala., Feb. 18, 1800.
lDr. W. Hall, St. LoU e. Mo.--lear
Sir: )Darlan the puat year we have

old over twenty-four dosen "Hall's
Sreati Disaory" for kidney and bld-
der tirblee and during that time have
received no empolant.
Yoes respectfully.
O. Vaxl Aritesr A ln.

oUemaiU btle of te TXam WOe-
dor, Hal' uate DlHonery. **sm all
ia vQeaswmah tbso. sau em nl omb.
s.m. weak aId m e bMob& bes-
Num ba all Imguhal_ _1 she If k.
Ws" and h ins n nsb d
aumet. u mlf t be is mie to
chikies. 11 t year duaIes,
e tmoUb e wumiae IA

Wansd .4gO for a client. Seso-
rity BXOO'eIty and county real eaite.
Time 8 year. J. A. Carlisle.
Your Chriatsl fruit eakes baked ev-
ery Satnrday. Price 25 cents a cake.
Phone Keystone Bakery. st
Mrs. L. Q. Lynch and son, Haisley.
ltvo retuned from a pleasant visit to
relatives and friends in Lakeland and

R. 0. Davis, State representative of
the Fay-Sboles typewriter, for which
Tie 800 is looal aient, is in the city in
the interest of his machine.
W. W. Kemble, the affable repre-
sentativo of tie Devoe Bet Paint, is
in the eity in the interest of that com-
pany. The Deve paitr has a national
repotation. *
On aeemont of the Confederate Vet-
erans' reunlo at Jacksonville, the
the &aboard Air Line will sll tickets
(aineevllle to JaLkaonville and return
for only 1.70, Tiekets on sale on the
ltth and morning of the 18th lst.,
good returning to and ineloding the
16th. See Mr. Cobb.
T. N. Button of Savannah, Ga.) was
in the eity yesterday visiting old ac-
qualnuanoee, and made The 8on a
pleasant sall. Mr. SBtton and wife
formerly raided in thisao onty and
they ar visitingat the home of her
sister, Mr. and Mrs. 0. -W. Oampbell
of Paradise, with whom the mother of
the two lades, Mrs Smith, resides.
Mr. Button is engaged in the railroad
business at savannah and has many
friends here.
Rev. T. J. Nixon, pastor of Kava-
nasgh Methodist Episcopal Chorch,
Both, aeommpanled by hbl daughter,
MiN Louise, left yesterday for Ocala,
where they will attend the session of
the Florida Conference. Mr. Nixon
took to the conference an invtation
from the oonlregation of his churhb,
asking the conference to hold their
next annual session in OGainesville.
Mr. Nixon baa made himself and his
haureh quite popular here, and there
Is little doubt but that he will be re-
tmned for the second year.
List of Good Things Offered by Wo-
man's Guild Today.
Fried, GMranlhed with Saratoga Pota-
toes Stewed Raw
Chicken Salad
lee Cream Cake
Mince Pies Pumpkin Pies
Uofee Chooolate
The lJes the kind your old New Eng-
land grandmother made.

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giving improper minimum rates.a an
your attention to the tact that my pr ST
postal is not to give the commlison
power to initiate or originate rate e- eT
rally, but to regulate a rate already A
fPreldent Beoselt's annual message fixed or originated by the roads upon
is been dotvered to coagrne. Opeu- complaint and after lavestgatlo. A
\ a~ with a piet for the cooperation of bvy Panalty should be exacted from Wu Shot Throug Wi
-all classes a continuing be country's any corporation which bails to respect Deth Ruiltd Ins
prosperity ad l correcting existing an order of the commission. I regard
evils, for a squaree deal" tor every- this power to establish a maxitmm U '
body, the maa first takes u the rate as being essential to any scheme MURDERER MADE HIS ESCAPE
questlm of corporations and railroad of ral form In the matter of rq)l*y
'ate legislatlo. The president ays: regulation. Starke Was a Peaceable, Industrious
omremt#as.1 I It l worth while co0sderLng whether Farmer, and No Motive Has Devel-
I am In no sense hostile to corpora- It would not be wise to confer a the
oas. This s a apn of combination, government the right of ivil action oped for the Rash Act Which Cost
td any effort to prevent all combinta against the benefiiar of a rebate for Him His Life.
-a will be not aly uselees, Ibt In the at least twice the value of the rebate.
4id vlcoousa became of the contempt his would help stop what s really Information reaehed this city
Ser law which the failure to enforce blackmaiL Elevator aiowanees abshod Vedneoday of a murder which oe.
law tevitably produces. The corpora- be stopped, for they have ow grown ourred as Camprille Tuesday night,
tm has come to stay. just a the to such an extent that they are demor- the victim being Edward Stark,. aol.
rade uaonI bua come to stay. Babch alsing and are used rebate. ored, an energetic and ucooeatu I farm
-ea do and hae done great good. Each PerVate mes. or of the Melrose district.
shaed be favor so long a it does All private car line, Indautrial road. The information was very maerr,
geot. Bt each should be sharply wtriHg tor charges and the Ik and Brtwithatandlng that The Sun ex.
4eked where It aeto against law and doold be ezprery put onda tbe elnd every effort to secure partiou.
jiceo. 6I *on of the tmerltate o0ma Irn the effort was quasooetrsfl; in
xprtemoe has abown eoe vely commission or asome amlar body o a, here seems to be particular
at It a I useless to try to get any ade- fr as rates aod agraments practlcal-o ftthere eaem a to no parltiulars
4uate regulation and supervision of Iy affecttag rates are ecerned. At other than the faet that take was at
thee great corporations by state ac- bat in l cl haruges a t mIleagku rl tending a colored fiMtivl at Camp-
til. Bach regulation and supervision a divistoL to the rate for rtrigeratn rille, and that some person shot him
an only be effeedvty exerelaed by a charges is just as pernicious as a re- through a window, killing him Instnt-
eovreeign whome juridletion Is coex- bate In any other way. ly. The murderer, who was not
toasive with the feld work of the cor- There should be publicity of the ac- knowa. made his eele, and hoa thus
porations-tbt is, by the national go\- counts of common carers. Only to far suoeeded It elodg the ofloers.
ament. I believe that th regulation this way can violationso evatsims r ofw raevwd as an nusualgi
aid supervison can be obtained by the the law be surely detect. A system 1 t s es an nually
enactment of law by the congress. If of examination of railroad acaoount ladstriouso nero, ad oe who at-
ths proves Impossible, t wll certainly hboold be provided slmlar to that now toode srtertly to his own affair. No
be aeceesary ultimately to confer in conducted into the national banks by motive oould be glves for the rash act,
fIMat forra seb power upoa the na- the bank examiners. A few first edals bus t Is believed that the murderer
4 mal govermet by afrmative ac- railroad accountants, If they bad prop- was either after other party, or it
laest of the coa~ttutia. er direction and proper altborty to Il- was apo of mistakes identity, as the
The laws of the Onrees and of the aspect books and papers, aould scaom- deed man had no enemies of whom his
I states hitherto, as passed upon plish much in preventing willlf viola- friends were aware.
br the courts, have resulted more often tios of the law.
P howing that the S have no mpevw, a Usblty Law. NEWBERRY NONSENSE.
or Ito tl ltaat the na In my annual message to the Fifty-
INovrmans ; so that eighth coogree at Its second aselon I Small Business Engaged in By Some
t Pr exits a very unfortu- recommended the passae of ao em- One Who Hadn't Much to D;.
po ftd oft thlinp, under which players' liability law for the Distriat of
pgesat corporations dtng an In- Columbia and In our navy yards. I r- Editor Buno Plese fod eaeloard
bhimta oCeepy the position of ewed that recommendationo h my "sotlio" for publication :
Mwtho t a sovereign, nelthme an e to tthe Ftfty-ighth cogrem at .' TICE.
tte pveirament nor `te natioatl ts second season and further angpt- .'A PLAY At CAda's HkLL o0 T
eat having effective control ad the appointment of a cammlskm to A PLA C aona 33.
them. Our stoady aim 0ho10M be make a comprehensive study of em-
.alSslatios. cautiously and careftlly ployers' liability with a view to the oe- TII
ken, but resolutely pereverd actment of a wise and constitutional "BALUI'8HIPPIBI.I'OIEAHBYSHIU-
to assert the sovereignty of the na- law covering the subject, applicable to ATI(ON.
government by affirmative ac- all Indusrles within the scope of the "t8ag Director, Mrs. Thomas Mo.
r federal power I hope that each b law oLrod.
Is Is only In form an Innovation. will I* prepared and enaeted as speed- "uoeen of the Play, Mii Matttle
substance It L merely a retoratlon. ily as iolble. bppard
from the earleest time such regular There ha been demand for depriving "King of the Play. T .ad .W d
of industrial activltes has been courts of the power to laeue InJunctions ".. A dan l by ay ad
i ed in the action of the law- In abur disputes. Such special lalt "it. A doemi- y Mrs. May and Ms.
nlg bodies, and all that I propose tion of the equity powers of our courts Frederk.
meet the changed conditions In would be most unwise. It Is true that "d. A seat and daneo by J. U.
manner as will prevent the coln- some ~dges have missed this power, White and 0. D. May.
wealh abdicatn the power It ba bt h thib dopot Justify a denil of the '4. A stalogu by Albert Mills,
a y imeeedN aot only t this coim- power any more than an Improper *x- Will Chapman. Itolli Osen, D)r
but also Ia England before and rIeei of the power to call a strike by a Newmaaa ad Osear Zipperer.
this country became a separate labor leader would Jtify tbed4eal of "41h. A song by Ira J. Carter. Mi
the right to strike. The remedy I to Parl Hedersoa, Mis Mattite (ul and
saUamed aet* .lsltoatS e. regulate the procedure by reqra th Clark Week.
SI eald in my eag.e of Dec. 6 jda to give due notce to he adverse h. A se el- Afte
hoe immediate and amut preSng partees before grantita the wr tibe "b,. A toa by the ol&--('After
so far as legielati s comered hearing to be partef thbe advrr the BalJ').
enactment Iate lat of sse )t does not appear at the ttme sad "Lth. A solo by Mrs. E. T Header.
a to seru to the ageta of te plac oermd. What is due eale must on.
eat such supervistk and reua- depend upon the fahct of the cae. It "7th. A alog by E. T. Henderson
of the rates charged by the raill- hld ot be used as a protest to p a- d T. I. Wood.
of the country eonaged is a trr- at violatko of law or the jeopadl, "th. The elostig address by T. M.
trage aas aa mUm argy ad e-. tag of Ilfe or property. Of erwee tis Klasead."
prevent t ImlpmdtiUo at .- alm Sst SWMisel the Mai ag of a T t was risw a inM
ora area smble rates. It o em e ls wthia or I ot aedy at to a og d san. The OCrietioa peopt
t era s m d I ir Ias bed A b ty e w aw. f tshe tos he a V Inttated plisy for
Sto regulate rati-. be all rlar I r- w the rsemmeduti n I aa the biased f the ows aad the pubi.
ever the tmeaa a wwod, aherld to my tset aaama s a r a BO- good is amesl. Thes te a eelais elm
esuuf with mdesa, emato es tigitt5S by the depsrtmemt of esse emeas tmae o feer e ,*,aIt as
asi retrant, in i Mi OHst mK, mad taker t Pm l lsher B w hears for she Oe or so eheus elmtesee r
tai It can be eteevrly esedae Uses, espeItal attsct to be paMl to e tbe re m a ylag the toeedsales
the need art $O U Chld labo md U ar d Sd more o sas' la mnag
m mllmmy theO mnt LpOa b Itent the .i a
wbkM sib law ldmm s b lu- orst b Muld abie o
Is et telten al spea eeme- West the vuis wh 0wih bei
ael isi ep a tlmlv e bmy the pewwr lis of lm aim isthe d.e umei s preI-
enwa e s alen at 1enCI o 5 l is W abple bee Ie um s eepsws
et r ued a lvien u,,w s mMmm o ~e we t op e, aryh mh obda besi oe
a* ar tai is ima e a l ee 6 i, to a M. i es d lpe e pbsse.
and a tamd to brumn_ e Oi d i elm mm lb i.
0d.r.1, a t o nts t, sll -- Be & St e o thMghe me. us
met i. tmd to aem~t e gnl almes e Si tio
of ra de whic It age a sm & b1 e 5 bb p. ",id
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mer Waldo Girl Weds Popular
Young Man in Georgia City.
The Waycross Journal of recent date
contains the following, which will be
of interest to the readers of The Si in
this slecton:
"The marriage of Miss Edith Leona
Mattair and Mr. Henry A. Ferreirs.
which took place at 8 o'clock Wedo.l-
day evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mattair,
6H Folks streeU w.s an interesting
event of the week,witnessed by a large
circle of friends of the young couple.
"-hq house was prettily decorated
with cut flowers and potted flowers. In
one corner of the drawing-room an im-
provised altar was formed of an areh,
decorated with trailing vines and love-
ly carnations from which was suspend-
ed a beautiful weddiag-bell of white
"The bridal party entered to the
strains of Mrode lsohn's wedding
march, played by Miss Jessie Haire;
the maid of honor, Miss Etta Strow.
bridge of Baldwin, Fla., and Mr. Jo-
srph Aldrich as best man, coming first.
Then followed the bride and groom,
and as the wedding party stood form-
ing a charming group, the Catholic eor.
emony was read by the Rev. Father
Milloe of Brunwliek.
"After the ceremony the guests
were entertained at a reception. A
amber of handsome presents were re-
oelved by the young couple.
"The bride has only been living in
Wayeroe a few months, coming here
with her parents from Waldo, Fla.
She is a young women of bright per.
sonality, with a sweet dispolstion
which has won her many friends, who
wdh for her mush happiness.
"Mr. Ferreirsa s originally from Foer
nandio, Fla.,and is a young man of
fine character
"For the present Mr and Mrs. er-
reira are with Mr. and Mrs. J.I Mat.
tair. 68 Fuiks street."


Death of Fine Cow by Snakebile--ln
duatrial Edition of Sun Pleases.
Melrote, lieo. O,-C W. IBaltwinll ,
tainted (itPl a severe loss lately oII tlhe
death of a very valuable Jersey cow,
apparently front unake bite.
The Melroai. etisens were mush
pleM ad aud gratlledJiy the very niee-
ly written arrtile about their town in
the Indostrial Editiea of The Usinse.
villle uno, he lesse l a floe one, sad
does great eredt to its editor. Sev.
eral eopies have bwea malled abroad.
T. A. Binr od family haverem
the eoutage m Moerose Cowe, formerly
oeeupied by 0. L. Willese. Mr. Btir
propose to rel t eet boots nd set as
guode to b altag sad bleng partiee.
Both the Hells Heuee and Bay
View rved peeitaly lase disaer. os
Tha11sa h vir Ly.
MesA Lay-bi of AtlaSta Is a guest
of Mrs. 0. 0. Hesubad.
Amoee othe sw arrials as the Huff-
maa boeesare Mr. and Mrs. C P'.
KlIslla, M1n. W. Aekrrea and fDr
sad Mrs. J. Paston, all of Pr'reon.
I. J. ; Mu. N. M. Oesr and Mrs.
3. Mga ll1 ef Plisbua'g P. ; W. h.
Ayes. Pll ,rd Ale., A d H Y 1ip.
isahfa JnaBaaevill.
Mrs. I W. Hemlsy eO(sreiased a
few frinds very dellghsftelly at eade
Ibis oftoroo Ie Is he of her moth-
f', Mrn Orr',. eigh let birthday.

Lew Walaee PeM. 0usd Amy at go
apq t*'i*. .au eMio Ii t ey. *We w
W. ts'.s hobe Wodme~ ad ss i
[ftpl assewded at ee
la she sesels ar H oI
It twhe em lled ses of the sl o
* berwe. the uissesg wmm pruesid I
ee bg Csl. A. P. MMeW. i
The. me es s ha begs s beee
ghe messetg snd altes the swesm ggs I

ad Mhe bw bvd omovshe h8&





Trains Are Now Running West
as Far as Suwannee River.


Large Force Engaged in Grading In
LaFayette and Taylor Counties. and
Road Will be Completed in Few
Months-Suwannee River Bridge.
Chas. V. Mequern of il.'LinRtoin wa
in the city Tuesday I Mr McQaeeni.
who Is an extensive contractor, had a
contract for grading on the Jackson-
ville sld Houthwestern extension of
the Atlantic Coast Lint from Newberry
west, and states that he has tluished
his work, with the exception of about
five miles, having reaohed a point
about ten mile west of the Suwaauee
river. Th Iron hal been laid to the
Suwannre river, and trains are now
running to that point. A large force
of workmen are engaged on the other
side, In LaFayetfs and Taylorcoontien,
and the completion of the extension to
Perry is being pushed as rapidly is
possible. I Work I also progrlessng
nicely on the railroad bridge spanniag
the owannee, whish it Is expected
will be finished in a fewwheeka.
The extension of the Jacksonville
and &iuthwestern means a great deal
eommeroially aad otherwise for that
seelin traversed, in wblsh the sould
of a locomotive whistle has never been
heard. It will open oe of the richest
and most fertile alridultural setiloss
in the StarU, to soy othing of the ad-
oees which w l rdlttrIed to the$ mll-
lioni of a pe Woa timber suitable
for ti eatnlne and ay I ml purposes.
Alnrdy naval stores and lumber
manufaetnall are atraated to that
country, with the sresltfY a f d*1lbf"'. "
timber are beilg bcuaghflip rapMdl
good prices. The forest being virgia
roakeL i aimber all tn* more val
uablIs. Wd for the next fltoee ao
twenty yearn he turilentlne i d mill-
hii industries will thrive.


Brief teams Fr rm pI Regular Corre-
apoedenrl ftlWeelk's tients.
Alaehus. ei b 6 J-l ev
F. Amaeso left Tliodaly for <)0ala
soatteundlhet aual Methodies Coo-
fereame. Monday i,,gh a party of
yousg people enlined at the paroonae
and prelentaed Kev Aiiion with 0WDuo
help boy a now ovei.ast IHilighfol
refrtthmrnts werre r rved the young
felks and everything wa do*e tu cshow
thot Ibr gift was highly apprelated.
iMr. It W ca(:e ad orn ail Mlss
Jreie Hawkr:,s have returetil from a
pleasant strin o 14,uth luoride.
K. Msreioa), lhiltorspher, of
Newberry has moved t, A lasha for a
few Mloiths, aid *ill mak* orier a ho-
to of ar people.
I 0. l.ell has prdha Sl the i'ur
propen y er. Thle pnpryrl Is ia a
*ery demible rfield.sel stelion alil
is a valuable aeqisitllo
0U Ash of Live o sk has upered a
geoeralt are lIa th new I'uwlll build-
lig. JS aomepleted We are glad ol
hle Mr Powell with IM aond trius he
will sofeS with sAweel
Dg.J L C(1ld will hea hi. uiw
bhlMleg soespltedl in a ifayls.
W. II elN Ief ofhe seeketl itor
ad 14f. J l. h rehpr *Iruggil. amr
heaping abreast tif sI& see aBO fAs*
a alag t-e, or I. it ha faoae

A somea m ee oi fe tx to eall-
atesetheg he e as age leee a end
ae*o aen Iabuaa pla( eqqalped wth
Si he medera pealeary. o a to be
ib to handle Ithe eoes- w *eth e. I
1o hpedsl ae l wUI *s*d. as t0 w.iU
as grPeat deal see um pass.
Jis. t. TRb Re be a erme
Sa v o r her pe' a Mel eam.
Me. rtm e 6 eJd*owl s kha am
es OM Ts *e Alash sad toea
pat.he e..sidmees of bee em. -. ?
Naeld MN. C A WIUlag le w eil*
9 5 *k. .e **''d'Sr. ,.,

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Published Twice a Wek--Monday and Thursday





iti 0S6t0 O ) I0 A HARDSHIP

Egsts A.f Compelled Occasionally
v t1*4ft0ho1 In the Filling-of Pro.
cpeia. cbut for This Privilege
'st Pay Dearly.
S eo T sin o sll.limnr of internal rev.
S lie, Uitted Btates Oovernment, ruled
l-; i a months alo Ibis, after Deoem.
Yw I1. patent medieiaie that ar known
tealn a eertein per cent.of sleo-
1 1 would be placed In the same cate.
ry as intolesltig beverages.
S Afer doe consideratloo, however,
\1t is understood this disiongulotied of.
Sefdl bas extended the ime to Jan.
::, 'ary 1, la order that druggists may
have as opportunity to dispose of such
medelties now nl took.
SDrolgiste s a role feel that this deo
elie" n will work qoite a hardship opon
them, as It requires the payment of a
S United States Goverament lleense for
S he dispensing of alohollo liquors It
will fall more erlously upon drngglsts
f a "dry" town, minee a cerialn drug-
gisbt ba deelard that is would seem
prima feels evodeone that she druglist
had purehaed the United States 1i.
e' le for the purpose of dispensoig Inl
tosleating liquors, and th said Mation
might be sooonstrued by the omanty
S oaleeo l authorltles, whieh would plaee
drogglet subjeeo to arrest at any
1 ime.
S All droggiste, l preparing preeorip.
S rIo, at ertrain times moot use aloo.
o, l, with the resol thatJ hey muo t
kep Is on hand, and to da hei they
will be compelled to pay she governor
matp privilege of $M a year. besides
b eg subjeed to eritleism for carry.
.ll a Govermaeot license.
ti syhe lWs, fIom boe lat of
I 0 year the dreggists tbrougho t the
Ssrd will be Iobjeesd so an addl.
i ,l hardship, mad hoe who feel
[ "M pseday aoeei them of selling
i latl alder the protection of a
G. Q'l sems. l tcene.
LH, rppo and Poeumoeia.
P lemeals often fellows lgrippe.
i. -iW Samow. the ae of Foley's
*f'c.o * -d **
dtftwIl prmeven peimoeIla aO
Weomlpim. Ask 1eW loley Sosey
ai Ter ad refwoe ay o btiote of.
Iead. Mr. 0, Vaeber, 15 Oeaood
S srtes OLhicago. writo "My wile had
; a eve ena of lagrippe three year
p and Isefht her wi a terrible
Seh. She tried a bottle ol Foley's
eey and Tar and It gavo Immediate
S ilet. A Ioeont bottle s red her sough
W tlrel.N Refui4 ebe~titoe. W.
U eCoIlra G Ooa"ly.
SUenerftiIIhrist Here.
Amoag the preIlmans vkltors to this
sdc Tuoeday was Hol. Albert W. Oil.
abrit of Pant G oda, one of the
mes t widely kewa sad most promi.
easl a d prSgrelw illNon ofr south
.Fterid. QsoieaorlIllebri repreent.
aW DeWoto soonty la the Hoaee of
Repreesatatlv ia the It Lellai-
tew, and had the honor and dIiaM
tiea of beia elected speaker of the
Hoee, which duty he performed with
oelesey and Impartallty. He hia
beeo spoken of favorably by mayl as
i the ats ealdldate tin the Demosrault
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beautifying the skin, salp, hatr, mad
hands. Nonther foreign or domestic
toilet soap, however expetsive, is to
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sTu it combine in one oap at one
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i O
0. O. PedrId, Manufacture of Bug-
gles. Iet6ived Recognition.
0. 0. PedrekL the buggy and wagon
manufasorer who bad an exhibit at
bee SatFe air, was honored by the
Jod in la hle form bf lhe bfat plrie l
his lIie, which was a Oea p mlem of
$8 and a blue ribbon and diploma.
Mr. Pedriek did 6oft lehibit wagon,
be earried fve "jobs" In high.grade
boagies of his own meaoufaeur, whieb
be displayed in the laehs ooutal ea
hibit In the maim bollding. This *x-
hibit was one of the most attretive on
the gruonds and was admired by et.
eryoae who muderntood and appreel*
ated somethinglood Ir bolauo. The
judges had so behltaey In award.
Ing him the firt prise, as they reallsed
that the goods deerved It.
Mr. Pedrlek i oeoeded ln making
three sales a the Fair, heaes only two
buggies were returned to Oalaedvllle.
Frieads of this eoatrprisilg maa-
fleturer are oeagratulatleg him opon
hi suoaesu.
The Requisite of Beauty.
The frst requIsite of beauty Is a
elear compleosoo. Orioo Laxastle
Fruil 8rrup alarn a sallow, bloseed
eomplelon. as It *timulateo the liver
and bowel[. aRd the ryee become

rsset r r uovt UWo r. nu wie n olht s ad| acl,. You owe s to your
boat the prubability of his making lfrided to tae is it your complexion i
the rae, pood-naturrdl epllied that bad. Orieo Laxative Fruit Syrp doea
he had ami et anooneed himself. ot sausae or gripe and It it very
BeIde being a lawyer of benad rvpu pea to takeRef
tall*O. Uoneral (illeis Is also it. en: leens to take Ree subetituiee,
seve real etate owner In I lsoto J. W. Meollum & Oompaun.
county. --
Undigeted food sad gas in the ltom. Bt Little Busiees Was Traected
ash. loastd just briow the heart by the M aicipal LeCuleg" -.
presees aglast it and neuow heart pll- Th* iOty C ounilen oveed la i!L
pliatio. When your heart Irouble; ronhlu y lsion at the dty hall -
os Ishll tha rw. w Horbi nlo' erdray ornll, but the woo o
I nw dls. Youvill I nbe all but g was
60t a beetle. -Sld by W. M JohaLeo. v v of anything oe apelal ioteWes
Sery little buuelies beag tragneed
-r i r L*pt the paymoel of meintly bl.
A- the Sii of a few oaeei'geIwl*atsa d
,epasse. of a re,, otism _heviN
Ath pe ager of aJ. It. eO 'llI'0 ee Iad
the t I drpartmeat, ifem r l toe46
per moeath It was sheabeeesa eeseiteom
ofl ts ceut il kown to maty mooiatba
"kll bwstFkr ----
Idne gTTKw h ie A Fearo l Pt.
It ls a fearful fae haw o to oede
#Ati he terdie tenar* oadi "1o
SIAl L abtiI ORUM ~ntb iu lly at." wete MIarny Iw Ots
of naf&.4 o M ieIll1e, o1.. 1111111d
| PIA Mbloo ies i1110A N = polw
iANiae -l le 1le eoi A ft es w t fet
A 1 1111 1 m W A e aOB l
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McLondm and Wflaa 0uomnpanyWl
PeIt Hundreds of Acre.
Amoeg the vipltors to Gatlela lle
Moody was W. T. Mel edoa of Ala-
ehou, she boss watermele grower of
Aisoehdba sty. While Mr. M, tes-
donodoea ao preted to know Iany
more tbn a meloo grower oight to
know, tipaeodoets of bhi farm have
always enjoyed a ropolion a belng
of extra quality, with the r t re hat
he has proved thereby.
Mr. VeLeadoo stastethat he pro-
poa to begin plaating watermaloe
at the suoal spring lkm, sad will put
in 100 eor, hiboe alo rop. He states
thts the Dr. Wilamae 0ompeay, zex
Seaelve rowers, prdpoen r plans thM
year about 00. sores of watetmeo
sad 400 eare of e otaloape, oa the
plantation sear Alaebos. This will
give employment to a large free of
hands. .
SFurious FightinS.
"For seveo yaear," writes Geo. W.
Hoffman.of Harper, Wash., "I had a
bitter battle with ehroose stomach and
Uver trouble, bus as last I won, and
eured my diseases by thbe e of Eles-
trio Bittersn. I unhoaitatioaly reeo.
mend them to all, sod don't intend |n
the future to be without them io the
house. They are, certainly a wonder.
fdi medleoio, to have cored sesh a bad
ease a mine." 8old *andt guaran-
te to do the same for yoo, by all drog.
geits as O a bottle. Try sheom-oday.
Young Grover Osteen Fell From
Roof of House and Broke Leg.
Information has been reeelved in
this ity of a serioos a cident in which
young Groer Cleveland Osteon, the
l8.year-old so of J. H. soaee, who
resides In the northern seetoo of the
soonty, near Fort White, sustained a
broken limb and from which he suffer.
ed a great deal.
Young Oateon, it appears, 4 on
the roof of a hbo e which wu berlin re*
hlbagled, when his foot slipped and he
was preelpitated tohe gronad, a dis.
taee Rf several feet. His left tg was
broken lust above he ankle. Dr. Oes.
oen of Fort White wa summoned aod
set the broken member and at last se-
oontes the victim was rtssing as esully
as soold be expected oder the oir-
emrkable Oure.
"I was msh afflicted with soitlea,"
wrime Ed 0. Nod, lowerillo, Sedgwis
Co, an., "goln aboutos on eruteheb
and salerloi a deal of pan. I was
lodued to try Ballard's Snow Llal*
moet, which relieved me. I sed
three 80 bottles. Is li the greatest
liniment I aver used. Have reoa*o
mended Is to a bomber of persons.
All express themselves as being benr
fted 'by it. I now walk withbt
eruthesh, able to perform a great deT
of llgft labor on the farm." S11, on
and 1. Sold by W. M. Johason.
Tax Noileo.
We will meet the tax-papye at she
following nBmed places on the dares
set opplmite a
Areher-Wednaeday, December i.
Newerry-Tbhrday oand Friday.,
December 14 and 15.
Treatoe-aseurday, Deoember IS.
Doeeie-Moeday, December 18.
Bell-Toeeday and Wedaneday, Doa
bomber 1 aad 90.
Willeford-Tberdays Depeber 1.

Property owen will plee sake ad.
vantage of three alpolntUeuw, thee
afilng themselvm e ad trble oad
erpene. Very rep tUy.
W. D. Dhrcuaeo, Tat Oalt or.
W. W. CoLteo. Tax Am-esr.
in Mad Obese.
Millions ruh i a*d chae aer
heallb, from one extres of faddim
to another, when, If they seiM olly

at good food. ad keep their bowels
rentlar with Dr. Klas Now Lfe Pi U
their tremble weoMld all aM ay.
PrAp toilet and W erI fe NIlNw
and samach. eeia. snttaladInF
aermee garaind.

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Than to refund your money
Trial, yuur Horse or Mule
our Guarantee?


Is it Not to

if, after Ten Days'
did not come up to

Back I

Your Interest

to Buy From Us?

To the Sawmill and Turpentine Operator, |
As well as the Farmer: We want to ay that we have Moles that will
do your work. What we tell yod about a Male ean be relied opon. We' ',
mneert Qpiepresent. WE DO WHlAT WE SAY WE WILL DO. If '
you are our customer you know this; If not, ask anyone. They will telb l
you our word is our bond.

. R.


Gainesville, Florida.


The question
of Title the
Inrt ooasid
era:!on for
the investor.

Readers reliable erviee of every sort along the liae oI
Land Titles la the tate of Florida, partleolarly
Alaeboa county.

SPUCIALTIBSt AbstraeI of Title; Tax Sale sereasb
AgedM he Rkm.RlesMt Land Owners; Plats of Coed,
Tewa, e ,.

Refernew : First National Bank of Gainesville. H. 1.
DOut)s & Co., Bankers.


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Scott's Emulsion is Isthe Verdict Regarding Our Indul-
trial Edition
N IN 1905 "the, easy oil "-easy to while the pr:.s of the S,.,t) ha .,
take, easy in action. Its i..h i it. Irais.. of o0 il,,o.ri. l I
t t IMakes Num. .: Elitionttft Th- Sun, ther- re r m ~ry
r 10,167,818 Bales. use insures deliverance oi:.r who .ta, ,l.... noi, ,,. A
_-. from the griping and nau- m..o w, ,r i o of whehow w4, to re-
S turn oor thank. The two letters here
V OOTTON WENT SKY HIGH seating sensation peculiar oopid we con.sier wort, y u repro.
Ws Rapid on Monday--ov- to the raw oil. Nobody duetiou:
guamgt Report Was One Hour and who has any regard for Bowl..o on.G Btr. ,nE. cI. K, The min YO r over Aw0 yea
....PdowlingL Orvr.n, Ky., N,')v 220,i. In w l br over 80 yeaS I
P f L hcatwhC Probably Had their stomach thinks of Hon. H. H. MeCreary. .andI hi
Upo te Mrkt. 11Osaineville, Fla.7 r- load
.,iV. Upon .e. Market. taking cod liver oil in the Gaie.,s ler:-a sooal o
gas s t l e lt My Dear Sir:-Allow me to songrat. AllowA
S w-'Bh1 sn, December 4 -The go. old way when Scott's late you on the Industrial Edition of All Coumterflits, Imitations
-aellmt repoe, Agriet4oral Depart- Emulsion is to be had. The Sn. You have made a splendid Bxpertateto that trtle -with
aP, based toda, astl s the anu. is suocessof it. Inhats A1d ChiUdren-aBxpe
oflbltof eouto Mown nh It is equally certain that I shall always be Interested in
u aieSm.sgrowthof 190i to be no one having a regard for GaOrieville and Alacho county and I W hat i C
,04l bhat of 800 pounds eaeh. sincerely trust the fullmaurore ofsue.W hatr suc.
nfti~ per wa one ard one-half their health will accept a s. they both merit will ever be Catoria is a harmless
RI hlate l being isoed l ad upon its cheap emulsion or alco- theirs. Drops and Boothla
hite*ahe pries of May cotton ad holic substitute for Scott's When the elegant University build- aItl4 s Itseth Q(tplums Mi
it fil mi s t11..06,t. he low quotatioricresubstitutefor cotsrtd r ad the trea edea- aIts e its
.atbe day, to 12.80, closing frm at Emulsion. It fulfills ev- tional work which wi then be possi a. Si as Feverishness. It
", .* ery mission of cod liver ble is on inaugurated I predict a ~* 1 It relieves Teethig
,N R TCOR.gretat growth for Oainesville. J i dUev T aslmll
IN CIROUIT COURT. oil and more. My work here is verr pleasant. We I d]Bowo, gierv.n g
That Tribunal Now on Fourth Week. SCOTT & BOWNI. Pe-r 8tm, Ne York have one of thejfew rat schools in The Chilren' Panafsse-Th
the South.
Monday a Dull Day. Remember me to other friends. ** C A S T
The elmoirt oourt, fall term, began DECEMBER ATTRACTIONS. Very truly, CKNUINK
lf fea rth week Monday morning. J. M. I;Ir[LLIAM.
The' rwa little actually doing In Manager Layton Has Secured Four -BoAm th I
'hm doar daring the day. A large Good Shows for This Month. New York, Nov. 29, 1906. t
:SM- ibetr of ease were continued for Manager O R. Layton of the opera Mr. H. H. MoCreary, Editor Gatues-
Sll reasons, principal among whieh house promises the people of OGanee. ville Sun, Gainesville, Fla.
SV e 6 sel of the State vs. James ville some good entertainments dor- My Dear Sir:-We beg to thank you
'fkAi h, eharted with forgery. ing the preesat month, sa e al- for copy of your Industrial Edition,
he followingares weredisposedof: ready has booked four fint-elass at- which ismost attractive and appreci-
ta vsn Peter Jackson, carrying tractions, with possbilities for other, ated much deed. K Y
.6 lesletd weapons. Defendant ar- as he is in correspondence for open We have referred the copy to our ad-
i-el and pleaded not gaulty. Jury dates. vertliing department and hope to be
-4 led sad sworn, trial proceeded, and The first show to come to the opera able to embody some of the matter In Use For O0
-vordtt returned of not guilty. house this month will be the famous from time to time in our Clyde Line "Amemwa- me .wom
\ftate vsw. Abe Irving, assault with Barlow Minstrels, whihob I i needless News. Yours truny,
IMaetmtomorder. Defedant arraigned to explain to the theatergoers here. Tizo.-G. East, Gen. Mgr.
and pleaded not guilty. Jury sailed It may be added, however, that this Failed ,
ad sworn, evidence and argument aggregation ia bigger and better than Failed.
,4Ma ltted, and verdict returned of not ever this eason, which is saying a All efforts have failed to find a bit.
ga1ay. great deal. Barlow will be here on ter remedy for eoeghs, colds and lung
0Cart adjourned until 9 o'clock Monday, the 11th inst. trouble than Foley' Honey and Tar. A
Tsday morning. Oh the 16th that famous and popo- It tope the cough, heals the lunge and A L
lar pantomine, "Hompty-Dumpty," prevents serious realte from a cold.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. will hold the boards. This popular J. N. Patterson,tfashua, Iowa, write.,: cmU m-SriAT -
rtlas Td production has enjoyed a most sucees "Last winter I had a bad cold on my C U R
r ti t of nutlae Tranactd fo ful run in the large eitis in the North, lons and tried at least half a e d(ea
the Month of Novembr. and is bound to please those who wit. advertised cough medicineM and had pIeoe as mes
.The following is a partial report of nees it. treatment from two physicians with.
p boaineo s tranasted at the United The Black Patti will appear on the out getting any benefit. A friend re-
asit e land ofiee for the month of No- 28rd, and on the 27th,which will be on eommrnded Foley's Honey and Tar
.eber: Wednesday, that side-splitting com. and two-thirds of a bottle uured me. I
. 114 homaesd entries, 12.40268 edy, "Taming a Hurband," will be eopsider it the greatest ough sad long
011M 11 28 fslal homestead enaries, presented by a Blrt-elae company. medieie in the world." J. W. Me-
-.aTll sere; 56 eas entries, 1.812.89 There are a few open dame which Oollum & Company.
gem; 11 B. land warrant, 1,197.61 Manager Layton may probably fill, but
: Spl. Ind. rt. loetlon,. 80.00 arees; in the event that no other attrr.tlon is The Cold Snap.
1 1ad. hebool selection, 89.90 sare. booked, our people will be thoroughly The change in the weatLer Monday
The correspondence of the oflee I* entertained this month, morning was rather sodden and ease
very heavy from all parts of Florida --- --- d the general use of overooeu and
twd from Northera States, and indi. Torture of a Preacher. wraps, but It not wlieved that vag
salons are that a great many entries The story of the torture of Rev O elation suffered. This was the firt
will bemade during the next quarter,. Moor., pastor of the Baptist church real cold snap of the season.
ia many hoaeeoekers are beoomin of Harperville, N. Y., will inlotere
4tarested in the public lands of the you. He says: "I suffered agolooe, if the Baby is Cutting Teeth ]J
."66t. because of a perlstent eoouh, reot-l Bsore soand oe that olad and well- *"I W sw flied g
Coughing l Oaused Death. i&L from the grip. I had tosloep sit- tried remedy, Mrs. Wtoelow's tooth. C. C M.Rd, tJewevio dgw
r L, a ya s, tig up in bed. I tried many rem. tag Syrup for childros teetI. Iit h e neS1ema eeead 1
choked to death early yesterday an. Kln' eo w Drovery for Ooaemp. alt e U ates. eos wital d Mall OaI is
dag a! his home in tdhe pmeae of bhl 3ies ogie feo drinaeeiwIdiA M LUI ?I
osija few days ago and paid but ittle seepmsough eMr saved mare emoru*
action to i. Yesday moral sooempto." A d oro 1.- A.nII. sIBr f YLe
.,. ti. ueo ,te eo- t-,im ,l. . ,dition of throt ad l.p. W.H I. SIBLEY, yammjjogg
be wueeled withb It of ueoghing At all *rSdIsts prle le0sad IA DW
hielheo~auedoforoe te. HoI a ru imT a .110 P5H IC A, AN D SUiGEO M. T I t OW
witfe et lor a pbhyelan, t befoM r nmteed' Tr.lb ab tl fl. ..r--- -- v
he Wcid arrltvo a eaer o hl HANArE BOUGHT A LOT. s eS WM Jse J' a erl I
epelU ar m ad Dekvwell died froium wea mme ee a he eNMse
wheeevw nesere w dtweUee.
emes.tles.-St. ae.s OGlebe D .evenhe ODav Adentistsa WIN Stud Oes a Peoer 'Bl'. 11tB . SIn I. ,
sa., De*embkr 1st. 1i01." Ballaud' Ohurch at liortl Oeanevtoe*. OAswmv.m .a. Pa sms.I
Bawehouod Mrep weeM have Nted The emgrefatoa of te aveah __ W. M. JOI 32SSO0
iam. Us, U and 6l. od byW. M. Day A4mses Obereh ls small is Ml s |

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Wo OW ma a faseese he WemmtSShave been*sow167.
,elSajfomemany e twone lewnsora ow o" to s Abo
00 Vguwerof wb hsk s keaa Wo'Whoi as hme- as in "bode& I
wa -kP*o Ph.& -A -.

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We okr One 8 -- Ii D 1m m.
sud owan meof sew d" m
=6 be sa or a"%am"ftm
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Thbre'w no imrn trying t,)
OAt adulterated whaiskim,
indis o rwint% on the
bik-. It'd do for awhile
-a very short while. We
IT 1u incUmatldon to at.
mpct it vdt eonc We
e prde in the purity.ot
if stbck, and ow p c
Nye lr fwqual.
for quaMwti-wll 001
aC m0youqthe advantap
P butrW hem

Ocala House Wine Rooms,
Ocala, Florida.

Sand Us Tour Next Ordr for Job Wot


ought, Mad which has bern
has borne the lgnature et
as been made under his per.
supervisor n se Its tanfy.
no one todeeelvye in this.
and 6Jn9es.gPo' me but
and endanger the health
rleace against ExpeYimen

titute fir Castor Oil, P#a-
8yrups. It is Pleasant. It
mrphlne nor other Narseel
rLmutee. It destroys Worm
cures Diarrh3ta and Wind
Trhobles, ctnreo Constlpalom
tee the Food, regulars the
Sbealthy and natural deep
e Mothers Friend.



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wp* w- -,-1--t
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"h3'~ oWeek So l$a year; sii
s "iEgle e opie, 8.
5'Zl~~S1 dsirrertlemnte, 1 oens a Ifni
mcIue5 and 10 aente forpach adid

dvertleemntet for threm

md DeUh nosIes tsert
uar, ent a line.

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Ons OLmmoa Ln.
thad hreoMaWoeek
w M os ear....... ..1
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or- a" o fletr.. 1
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SlJLW-y Journal oeoyalr. 1 5
'flln duthe br Ial-Wekly
F Unito oae year ,...... 1 o
'mWe will not mpt stam.un of a
w denomltnalo thio I S te.

l ItoMe wanted at modest alary.
Apply to Rihebrd MeCardy.
The old vretoan of thI Oofedoeray
wl have big time In Jtksonvillle as
the reutlon on Deember 14sh and 1thb.

em esam s now roe dy for atliom.
TheN HoN hs i t Om roa mounted
a d thore is liabl to bea salvo *s ay

S gllad bhas a new "blnet maker In
Sr Heary OampleU-BSanormso, who
wil. l NUple BJaltoer ad his eabinet
.' puad. ._
4sh GeO rl rroklitad No l are
lU t of1 the Pmwbyerima OChare,
SSh ll" i (eM Ma Meal Otlaa* wlfe.
S.,ri T ro i Reman satholic.
S, eIt"bas n hb ao l Infl of
h rM tbe to r WeasI at
VI 9a*** an as i esi to
tod W ithit, Me0rdy t

Sk, p i Io ms i topa $twal
sew N. I tisdM 1 stakesa per.
M* 1kI hl of patitnossc r onoe of

I tol l that theib eslosts
te dslow. oew kind of moo
W s il N oBt #A hey are not in demand
tb plneeeo s tmhe the new variety
AMp m Obe put oa the market until
t jt mseae_, _

'As msO toheoso rand senate ope*-
4b 1 Wast e s to peaked hoom.
tteo afllet were filed so overflow.
S ta. The emdestlal of 8nator Talla.
to of lerts were prmeosd by Bea*
a *r Mallery.
vas gellet lonrwenhly i holding r *
W a)l melaps as rhe prilgAldl Moth.
L odtlt Obomb, Jkeeeville. lad os
=o6t with )great me"nA*. Is i
Suhei ma y etsave some of tbhr
people of that suburb.

Waalhllton, the epital of the UNl.
Sd 11St4 hau I colored population of
* naIety thousand, more then any other
Seity l tUhe orld, ad4 New York OCty
SlewsL wiSt blven y Ihousned,ad Ohl.
eMo third with thirtyrfie thousand.
Willias, who was touted lullty of
the murder of dward rl by as Pen.
soets, he been re ommended to the
a rmes of rheb sars, ihuos avinl his
nek. There to eonsidorable snfavor.
able alk on the subject as Pensaeola.

iC Od masons to doig much to rel.
el4te th food supplies of this a .
Aside hfemthe *normos bselaess done
i pr esrriv meas sad e*m by refri.
metse free the time a peatdful sep.
p lle ltl the perso of the year wheb
btmk spplies an very mar. the
a a roagew of ftri (r i tb Oited
I- I i e rows to StremeIdo pno.
prIm Ne1ary 8.000.00 borril of
ISOgMi wooe sased nem t year Sae"h
Sm p paIP picked and Ihu.
d eW 0*6lll tI meadO itou., show.
J tt0 d te s ee d whileI kept

AW" a tf ** sf to (w qf d (A- A
-MuM rr berr sutisfed a
wombs e mbgie* remakable

!' s' i'

gIrding is of whl many ro are n"--DI CiM py,
ware. As an illsstraes we might a laesOlnl.)r ..tOme-- .Piase.
relate as nlidet of a gentl mem Ao -
came o Oalneelle a If dayt age ar T r ALCUA M 1 AP C J)t,
treatSmen, who mad e had bao se- a A-bea, M fi
aide for m sbwto hld etwr osa Ws i W Isc pu p m Me by the Sam
his "ema sawl o asft he O s. ed p em. Lterv md as either p-e.
she go" fumee opply did mem" np.
rnt* i la It" Is ". I Is a h
that ther a peple who em to ,
Gal-tilke newlrey mry sle w e I
who have faith la the ses"in pope.
.Se* o e asi.hea _ms.. Gainesville Furniture Comp
boe to ba tdr l0 UeIt U maaal a&

preptaedtoiveto a eM Because they the bt GAINESVILL, FLORIDA.
***. Thashna pwn peop-t E-VILLE, Fb *RIDA.oo*
hoe atremdyr thn mne Mee a l ti lau d for the moaey I
m um ep pawPlem y e, at pa
*wh- shb eume r. i A*e A y d mr for the

109 an" i, low25s as B D am
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$aget Onet i aY 1.EASON 190

She "elormu, petg shesW. te thyffait Thing for Every Person-the Right Price for Every Pu
He cautously approseo eo obe t
of ovo4ratonsr nd trade otoa, v- Call and inspect our lin" before buying elsewhere.
dtst* yferig their peow an hrasr i
SlossmI hde p ils irts.bl. RINS 's dGensle- BROOCHES SC iARF PINS 81
I,, ttosoo 0-10. PBla ion amd 0Un b GoI d Go
r.lai r oommb~loa hblde spohad,d
- In a oommlaloe should bhe tappo l a ad Faney Enameled. Set with Sterliog and Gold Filled. Rose 'gol
and In aseS where t rate is ex orbio. 4b with bh-grade, real diamonds, pearls, opals and other and Roman gold; se: wibhll
tens to osablisb limit in maximum sad tlM1on ne. stone. A full line of Baby Pin grades of stones.
z sad minimum lpset, so that no favor- --
irsm f U be Mm Soli LOdKGTo Bol14 CU R. Plai 0
siTSt 6 61t ad LOCK ET oI ,,, Cuff Buttons CF CHAIN S dia,'r. Lo-g-
Private eat line, and ufrlrataor n d Filled. u Pai aoy.
* Gart, he s1Rggte, should be put ao4dr or res wllt daoads, et. hold gold. iterling silver and goldd nette neck chains, Vet ebainl
-" the control of the Inatr.Steo Oomoo o. eight ltdd. flled. Every pair Koaranteed. kinds of oahrrs.
mere Oommal le and a ystemf of -.s* of_ ,arm,.
I,' amintlon of railroad asesoosae stabs7.
Slisbed. Thedepartmea. of ohiW Ladies' W ATCH S Gentlemet's
d ard labor sde lonvetiatiLuoni _a W A TCHS
eondltlonasl womes in Iodastry hboMd
a* bhe aWvulo, to bes any .e. fore We have in stock for the Holiday trade a beautifulline of Ladies' and Gentlemen'l
distormuesta ihe soetal i ofr he fine Watches, which will be a pleasure to show you if you will call.
oooatiy. i ________
e The mastr of IMrleorasCe l Jh ""Is rd
* forth" weeW4digriesazd "oaf. SILVERWARE CLOCKS NOVELTIES
versl reptlAtv. add *b^WB 6u.
el perl$s illn atde t aI It ts0 V 1d ol. ogere Brai Of every description. Also Wa- Sterling Sily r, Ebony and tag.
847riJot tiobIn r ein -u io 8 1lead Manicurttheb. brMohie a
National subject. spoons If Shells isdine and terman's Ideal Fountain Pens. Em. o sod Cl thesbru s, MilIsary,
SN does not sa s e oat e tesi, PuPkle is.Buisfolvesl. bleom for all orders. Ht d Cothe br
ezpreleial daolse to oad Iy the old
ra es, yt hebii asi rproeertty. He Musical Ii r UMENTS. Fan CHINA-CUT GLASS. Leather Goods
asks for roomy in the pubHl err*le Bl,, Voll,, Aooh.r G, We have exe llent Pocket-books, Cigar Oa,.s. Tra.-
larpr vllume of notuoy for legal Al orde-M, Harmonlca. Aso line suitable for Wedding ,r Boli- elIol Toilet CaBe, Collar. ouf and
Imate teeltea fprViestiplo of the stri)l apid flttng.l. |day gif's. Glove Boxes. Ebony Back Mirror,
businsp mother eof the departments,
and does sot whaft amoey from eorpor.
r ailos for campaign prpoee. 1
A peace coanferoene as TeHfso* e I Lo C. S TS ,
desired, swe tries emroreoteml of the
Moaroe doesrtie SO proes o ,r small Fin, a irin JEW EL A. C. L Divisl' n
repubie, d er foerling arx.n A D ion
I rbad co bs.toDomgo. A Specialty. EL YY LJ R Watch Insfector.
The ar*py and Dsvy are pnleed, big
Sa"' r's d","d a edeol Ebo G I-'= SPE IN GS, P= FLORIiA
read of 66"llsa ifto wd fact *I.
actin qaUllTasiono for elisenohip.
He w ase plenatyof mmilgrans of she
rilkt sors, and. *pmMe eMb a desire beoae rnd oousal to seeomaodate UPLAND COTTON IN ALAOHUA. ter which the bale will be shipped lo
for them that be e wirllla the govern. hIgee people who eome to enjoy our Jdoph E. Fugate MIake Experiment W W. Gordon & Company, Savuanh.
moes should help pay She freight by climate, sad there should be som and Harveste One Bale. Mr. Fugate estaes that as an expert -
iblhtil g stroly as subsidillug some of etod employed so that tSbos who me o, he planted two and one-halM
he straglllnl teamehip lioe, eomo here would kwow where they ns Deputy SheriffJoeph E. Flegs e of acres of this cotton, from which he
The Phillipplane should bhve more Ind somfonve ble quarters or a boose hAlabhu wee Io the elty yesterday. Mr. harvested one bale, about 00 pounds.
hain gives to el re sad less tS oe opy. eu gate is one of the mose sroeefall The plant did not thrive as hoe ati*"
trm o rro do tr nlO t r o, someone br players in that etion. He brought paed, owling to the weatbr ema 1.-
lin to ware, ad the Do0les tar il e re ies somo beready so that h n to Jrkes In md quality of hort sions. The yield would have been de.
doesd eepst e sogar sod tobseo, the people Some they will not have to rkt in ld a qn of s bo.hwever, had is not bes for. te
sad he wants the tae la Hawallii re. std oun She corner snd receive their estpl or upland eoson whleh he will Iree tha the plant was eo
dosd. only greetiln fom a rearing back hUaL gained by DostoA & company, af* damaged by water and lasees.
The Panamn eanasl all rig llasd driver. ''_-'
feilble whebber as a son lev l or wish
looks, the Nsaltatik li all right and IN THE OIROUIT COURT.
bhe only thing d ey. nd ..
The mea llo el, 1 qi(as tif. aeof L. 0. Orn y vs. Atleale Cost
beaked s Ahe e had looked for. Lkn Oeu'led 001.
Is woa't frighten rthe Sena or House. The only ose e oeoopylio the aster
o_ oon of the *Iresist oorr Wednsoday
THEY ARE COMING. we tha t o L. Gray r s. the Athan-
tie Coost Li*e, trespas. Tbheo peeL
Every day people are arriving l eations were .,bat bh defendant com.
OGislville from the North to take up poay. by a spark from a puassin lo -
their boes hbre at least for the win. motive, set fire to bhe nw mill of the W
Or, and may of then may om bhereo pladlafl, f.ar Bigh Sprin. andd r ahe o
so take their permanent reemdes,. plant, together wish a quantDty of liom
They are always mlt welcome ald bar, wa so0M smed. Damage' We
will lad Galmeevile o o f the very asked it the sum of ,000, but after
best towas IL Florida, i( point of loee. the evidence w *submitted and arge.
ston, and the people as good u uay it meet made, he Jory brought t I a ver
the land. diet Wednesday ahst as 10:10 In fI-
Olaneeville starts ir the wirter r.- roe of Ithe d tefeadn. nou
der *mt fahvonbl* elrea meau--, she Oesrt adjoourod antil P o'eloek thsl
summer Jast pass bvl bees Irs mlsrnl, weM the er of the State
favorable one In potla of health, and v Fletcher Watono, charged with the
there is not a talu of say elmate dic* murder of OGwne V. Obbhaterlai,
order to b re fod withlll lt boduae. wIl be tl kea up.
The doetor of the eity elsie we IRan os u
not had buaeleM enouah to pay *a*
per tens on their Inovesmeli, ad with
the o0ol, snappy weather ast head, we IJ
e h be tlhnkfql for our mary blee-.
Iags. l the best met hdl by whkei the pro-
People wh oome bere for the pueasr f m eatL en hae tm takn
poae of regaIaing their hah1 d kAh Wie CFiANI ta
have ao sar of syt on aron, ad be
one greatest of all blese*aa-*pure trci i Atim. and th peei th e
drinking water--I to be eoJoto be er t~ for
by all. Ther hm bee mueh said ro. ......Y Amb.
irrdlnl the Boolwar sprien warer Wesolleotl inage and giarnt U L
with whhle ouo eity is supplied. yest oes sl Mess pioepared
s(tll there reamlm meek of Irwth re. *y mu a. o s ee.

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rom 77TrKtdqy's DZiIy .Sun:
SCol i of A- JamesR Smith of Trenton is spen
Sing a few days in the city.
gVprated aamlt. Mrs. Olmstead of Alachua was shog
ping in the city yesterday.
US OTHER CASES Mliss Mattie Reddiok of Waldo we
registered at the Brown House yestel
DiMsped of at Tuesday's Sea- day.
le--Watson Murder Case Will J. H. Barry, a successful farmer (
P .ebaii Come to Trial Thursday. Alaehua, was trading in the city yei
s.aW VenlreI- be Summoned. terday.
.,.. .Wednesday's Daily un. V. B. Reviere, a prominent citize
"e cirueit court convened at 9 of High Springs, was transacting bosi
S dek ruoeshay morning and the fol nes in this city yesterday.
l* .lagesec were disposed of: Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Gwynn of Hig
*. ato vs. Anthony Polite, aggravated Springs were among thooe who favor~
ageault. Defendant arraigned and Gaineeville with a visit yesterday.
pleaded motIguilty. Jury called and Maloom 0. Knight, the wheelwrigh
a.gW, eoidenee and argument sub- and blacksmith of High Springs, was
ilM d and verdlet returned of guilty. visitor to the county capital yester
S.4tate vs. Fletlher Waton, murder, day.
broght.into court, wheo the Judge Mason has issued marriage li
ordered special veoire of 36 eenses to Walter Chambern and Albec
sen, said venire to be returned a Hill, Harty Jenkins and Susi
St morning at 8 30 for the trial Dents, colored.
** a Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tompkins an(
of the State vs Lillie McMillan, A. G. Lamb of Mianopy were among
with selling liquor in a dry those who favored Gainesville with
ty, was continued. visit yesterday.
to vs. Alex Woodward, selling
oin adry county, nol proved. Prof. M. H. Demand, one of the efll
.Jaek earp, asalt w ient bookkeepers of the Bank o
to Prisoner arrainedAlaehua. was a business visitor t(
-i to murder. Prisoner arraigned
pleaded not guilty. Case was con-ve y.
George Taylor of Palmer, superin
alvil dokest was then taken up tendent of the Gainesville Peach Or
Me e of L. C. Graey vs. the At. chard Company, was in the city Tues
Coast Line, trespass on the ase, day and made The Sun a friendly call
$2,000. was brought on for Sam J. White of Mclntosh, W. B
i The jury was sworn and part of Hammend of Reddlek. W. M. Barec
S*vidence submitted, when the and T. W. Simpeon of Rochelle and C
Unm adjourned until 9 o'clock E. Dougherty of Orange Heights were
Ldateday. visitors to Gainesille yesterday.
:th le llowlng jury has been empan- The Board of County Ooommlion
fe the week: L. F. Osteen, J. F. ere convened in regular monthly sea
Q' Oater, D. A. Miller. O W. Dyoe, H. lion Tuesday, fniahing its duties yes
M. Baker, B. W. Waits, J. H. Osten, terday. A foll report of the meeting
F,1 Bekham, J. T. 8tokes, W. L. will be published a soon as same ii
SHill, Joe Nobles, E. K. Fagan. recorded upon the minute book.
jb. 9.S. HBolmn and party of At. Rev. W. J. Martin of Fannaln, Hon
J.B. Holamesandj party of At. A. Doke of Monsoeba and Hon
e of fox hare t aen Kjynp haeov R. B. Weeks of Hawthorn, constitutlng
.m 9 Of a fox hunt at Kanapaha. have
bea* narkably sueeesfel so far. the oouaty school board, returned wI
Slsroseedd Inoeap t foriel two foxr. their respective homes yesterday, af
trhaMoaday night, wbih fur o bed ter having attended the reoulal
SDr. Holme, who was n monthly meeting of the board.
4lr a few boorsn yesterday J. H. Patteronof Orange Helghti
as be propom to earr the was a caller atTl;e Sun olee yeetfr
papored here to hi bone In day to secure a number of copies ol
.g k Hew re ls year, ad our industrial edition to send
*wkhhb uitoWe to Oeorgis, friends in the North. He spoke er3
id. ad gave his friends the op. highly of the paper and a wl ala.
' gSwaliof t a chaw. most of laetimable valoe ol oeaon
ty and city.
S LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Clyde B.R of Taoom has cepted
_-_ -______-__ ~the agnoey of the Atlantic Ooast Xia
NOTICs n PUBLICATION. at Ioterlasen and entered opon his
LadOsaee at Gialav irle dutolles yteday. Mr. Re i an
Oatber IL. I. exeeptionally bright young man, sad
Noose is bereby uivae that oa eompliae
wish ttha of. se Asrcotl eiesu will no doubt make a soese of bhi
Ju=ol & 1aa*s "*AnAt sfor the mna of new position. His friends exteoad on.
i. NeM a. m WU T~si." a gratolations.
extsase to al the pu blea ausees m Act
of Aes 4 S. TeeLase A. T 'ls of We are l a position to frnish frat-
Weee.Leosinm Aleotaa *of ( erd.
~ae. dea l m e. iO amor a ass bwsean, O and letter hamern,
aso mY. Ire U o e t of lo cabbage and asoatloupe rates
este No.SsaI.a suIe pre aws w pr mply at reasoable prices and
nsandgetohs rta s sM" befi j Mof straeta. Ship on elthe A. 0. L. or
reto*nr A L. railroad. Willlleoe Malm.
D as wJ l ^e^sem UA .a o5 N Mtouing Co, Willlitom, Fa. dawf.
wmp-af pe'r, avrry T.N. fientas f Uatu .a, Ga., wa
their o 5 a su hs rsee onr sbtefre s3e14
a yr ol sea qasatoase, and made The oSe a
a rw. o. OUlOM. ogtmr. pleassnt siI. Mr. stores and wife
NOrTIC snB rt'0uCATnoW. for wrly raided nla this sonata ad
l.~ Oa..~ t ey are vkltlt*gt the h *ne of her
Nmber h,. 3s oisset, Mr. and Mn. O. W. Oumptell
NtUe is hereby r*vea a she feIolr-
hned setJr ~a a m of iees f Pardl,.. with whom the mother of
so mare alpofst I C the wo ladise, Mra Smith, redes.
adMs~e sr0* *.Le.m*r*** Mr. S oett i ene ed in the raflroed
a l. M Ban of jenatas Laeb. s. bumesst at saaas a-i has may
fid. X w U torWtb N.W ft3ef..TP.5. fldoeds hers.
r** sm. la Uov 5 o RB T. J. liz.o, paMtsr of rava
l- eo1351 rmt e)eup andaeutlsm Moh essoha ptoocMl Chnes.
a rms taJ rJ" aef. 0 c. at.saMa. W. areth, l pMralod by t dU tr.,
O. Isuam n J J IM s Las. Va Mi- Lele*e, M eteriSy tor Osla.

ps W. (is WJONSRON. 8w. wIe"e they will assawte 0 hewaeof
SiJh:K 7 MDCATION. 4b@ he & Cfle Coaferce. Mt. RiOM
Laud ot at (ii VIa. 01 k 14 111 he 00OW MIere* eSo eV$
N ovembar 4. IM ho. thw eh sea e his akch,
son" e' kMAd "ipassloe bb o mussi04,1 the e 1satase to hedi WW&
so" mot w IMP be sat Semsa se om is (lasmeglia.
am ow IN"., & hme lf h
~vw LTG ats es das e he esi ed bb
X hakswadobeb3, w k
Ly TUB aas e o W
BA le l it deus"b" A"he win beM
s -s I. a- L to ow OWsoU" I
00d rouvo 1w sm. be pm sf efno to Qmem. ow
sow" IL Wkwo. c c WPLG. olmo* eIsam p's o f she

so A l. IL to
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= Ndl Nd amIW YYC
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The Hand That Wards Off Coughs, Colds, Grip

And Restores Nervous, Dyspeptic Catarrh Wrecks

LIKE A DEMON grip ha crossed
our country, loving behind scores
of physical wrokl.
Vittim of ea hrrb of the head, eatarrh
of the throat, etarrb of the lunga,
satarrh of the stomach, atarrh of the
kidneys, atarrk of the pelvic orgtaa
are to be oouated by hundreds of thou-
Grip i epidek atrrh, ard aows the
samd of ahromw tarrh within the
This is so tm tat few grtp smfferer
are able to make a complete rweovry
antl they have sed Peruns.
Never in the bieury of medicine has
a mredy roetvt osb aqwasild a
uiver sal ofta Perusa.
If yo% do not Idtrl prompt aad a@&s
factory re ult from the m of Perma,
write as one to Dr. Bartman, giving a
full statement of yo a ewe, ad ie wll
be pleased to lire ye his valusll ad
ioee gratU

Cure of Obstate La Ortpp. Cire e Powers of Vwer"c
Henry DisUn, the Inventor and maker U Per*-m IW e rla N Fe-
of band lstruments for the Henry Hon. H. Henry Powers, writes fro
Dista M*g. Co., at Williamsport, Pa., is MorrisvlUea VLt
probably the moat active old man In "Perna I have used tI my faily
Philadelphla to-dy. I*e writes from with OeemsO. I canreomead Ias
141 8.9h street, Philadelphia, Pa.: excell*at faIUy remedy, ad very ge0o
"I write to Inform you that bad a for ooughs, soldS agd estarrhal a
bed attack of la grippe last Decmltr fectione."--H Henry PFwa.
which lasted monre ta thre months, peoI 1j FW CatrabM I MWa acW
and whbch left me with astarrb, and gft l Trsolew
several of my friends advised me to try oa W Prua, e-member d
your woadrful medlomm Peruaa. wouno rrom lortda wriloe flrom Pe
0 Cgrees from loria, wrim eomu 10
"I bega with a bottle the first wek Q street, N. W., Washlgao, D. DC.
u Mlaroh and ttoortanlydid meagreat "rlum reproesestUos to me, -I,
dal of good. from nmy owna e
"I W a well satinaed that I in r1 ommendila y
purchased another bottle. and follow ad all persoas m arIt with
yoi r drecUoan which you furnish with nervousneam of stomach hsaib
every botte, and I am glad to say that W. J. Purms,.
It ha aured me. I shall certainly rec. Addr e, Dr.. .HartUaa, Presdet
ommend thelr euina t all my friends."- nf Inr liartman a aitrltm, Osawb
Henry DLsuu. U io.


You Know

That I Ship

More Goods to Alachoi. County than All My Competitorn Comblintl

'he reason for this f I will tell you: I am known here-my home, my people,
my friends; my honest, fair and square dealing, together with promptnew,
liberality and pure goodA Are them e not siifflcient renmons
In the ftur. es li the pUt, I shil treat every meo like.





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3TI, Per (Gil"
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0011. Per Oalioc

Your Goods are in the UUIIII
Dpowt 20 miintesaf IJo JoWILLId
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ni tlaooed frofi Prins Page).

try. Over 6l00),O American WO-
aM Mow e, a9d gainful occo-
there IA ablmoot complete
-ov to base aoy
Su regards a
.ll as it vast and
anfdouctlon of wo-
s working change
'l the domesat and
OM' action. The decrease
9a especially l the birth
ae n oldest with It We
eemppsbed facts, and the
Sto ftory comdltlons muat
l ibsut Surely it ca be made
Wl1 Me titon and lew harmful ef-
S*R unl life than Is now the
N. 'Ibls role matter In reality
tsm Oe of te greatet sociological
aOmmae ot oar tlme. It Is a octal
tlea o the fArst Importance, of far
Iter importance than any merely po
Ml or ecoomlo question can be.
any great labor disturbance not
F aru employer and eployAe tIntr-
d, but also a third party-the Sen.
a obML,. Bvery coansderable labor
L I which Interstate commerce
d should be Investgated by
ToYernment and the facts omeIally
to the public.

"' o great Inaurance companies afford
b otikg examples of corporations
toee bosoim has extended so far
h ftmod dt Jurisdicton of the states
Sib arsted them as to preclude
psewt etorcement of supetwision and
ulatlrn by the parent states. a my
saual mesago I rommemded
M t Ow congress carefully consider
et er the power of the bureau of
Siperation cannot constitutionally be
S traded to over intertato tradaac
*I ls n In lurasc." Recent events
he ephas ed the aImportance of am
i ts ad eshautive consideration of
b uestion, to om whether It la not
: fur to rralsh bother Ntfeuards
1, a sthe several states bane beeo able
to f omrh ag last corruption of the
'arant klad which has bee exposed.
It ha been only too clearly shown
S Bt eartanl of the mae at the head of
S e, a large corporatIon take but small
i ** of thes ethlo d distinction betw
Slle aty nad dalhonesty. They draw
Iime only th Mdo of what may be
Oled law bonaety, the kind of bosnety
r C moeeary to order to avoid aUlnjJAto
e tsehltobes of the law. Of tlbe the
y ceptaet remedy forftEd eedl-
a n al st be fooad In )pproused pub.
I. 3o iernoam b hla senso of ethial
t it' th com alty at large and
a msian ess men and In
SgrLeat prWeelon of the law, and In
io grPwth of a spirit wbhch condemn
,ll dshoenu ty, whether in rich man or
SI poor man, whether It takes the abupe
Sof bribery or of blackmail. But much
M be done by legislation which is not
S aby drastic, but practical. There is
ao4 of a far stricter anil more uni
t~o ri"flatlon of the vast hkuracit
later t of thi country. The I'ulted
,' lttat should In this respect follow the'
S palry of other vtiorns by provkling
a'idquate national sup.,rvsl1io, of coni
w i r a Iateres which nr chei-rly na.
tItdal in character.
I trpet my previous rncuouiisieunda
Ut n that the comgrews should conhller
Shther the fwleral rovernument lhas
any power r w owe any duty with r,
Mpet to domestic transactions In In
sew ce of an Interstate character.
. lhat state suiMrvllu I has proved to
adequate Ia geurally counced.

There Is nio m I m, l of stablllty than
of the attetupt to attain an tMeal per
hfecto lInu the nltlhols of raising rev
oust%, ani the shlck and @tranlu to the
banms worMkl m'trrtrll to athn l any
aerionus chaillnge' i thlws' ierIltsli rVu
der sooa cthanla Inativlsablei unless for
grave reason. It It It w pialb, to Inv
down ay Ig'nrsal rule I,) which to die
itm'aloe the (aIilletu( wt1u.n the ratoillm
for will outwleijgi tlwe rtasnlum aBalall|
esuh a chiang No changeg coant
made on llhur Iwmltwfcial l (Ilr deire
byy us ee tlon or o lstlate' nly. Ttn,'r
UsaI t be smtl ir g it like a as'siseral Naer-
miten amontinwI crtllmdIl of Ithe awrtras;
states thaU t bo csttanllae tr intl mi'at
dealwld n the Ilnor'wt of thsb -l.,'le M.
,wbot., aild there t lhouI th n he a si:n
*eee, Inteligft an*M dlsiuiterehtit re
fort io rnak it lu such 0aeaw* Ms *%'I'
combine, so far as IwetI'k. thIe nnmxl
mua uf cnd to the ap t rE
with the mialnmut o LItY o
aW fur the qupelal lnteramt of kwAl
ti or cawems. but ai tins of l -rtC
aLe reoeee must. on the ,*vr.",o
al a series sf t .Yearst together. %IA'
t eseoditur.e or elm the r0rsn1
eacet be tsrwamd. tIASI yer tII.:
wai a 4giit I'nia our epwnd-,itre..
b heo ept within the relste tm.ei i,
eImve lr aws mut be readjustl
b liliaBf to outtle what =hap'r
.m gma rt m shoeuh taki ro-e
at W t i o earys to *My wwtbrr
wlbi am dtr IL It dbomtk : ,

"Mg Jam dme" ed pre e r

treatment between other natki *a
U ourselves

eeaneee Ir U ~toitures,
I earnestly recommend to the con-
grees the need of economy and4 to this
end, of a rigid scrutiny of appropria-
tlons. All unnecessary offices would
be abollabed. In the public printing
also a large saving of money can be
made. There Is a constantly grown
tendency to publish masses of un~m-
portant Information at which no human
being ever looks.
Yet, In speaking of economy. I must
In nowIse be aderstood as advocating
the false economy which Is in the end
the wont extravagance. To cut down
In the navy would be a cr$pe against
the nation. To fal to push forward all
work on the Panama canal would be
as great a folly
Every conlsderatlon of prudence de-
mands the addition of the element of
elasticity to ouz currency system. The
evil does not consit In an Inadequate
volume of money, but in the rigidity
of this volume, whieb does 9ot respond
as It should to the varying needs of
communities and of seasons. Inflation
must be avoided, but some provision
asould be made that will Insure a
larger volume of money during the fall
and winter months than In the less ac-
tive seasons of the year, so that the
currency will contract against specula-
tion and will expand for the needs of
legitimate bustnes. At present the
treasury department is at Irregularly
recurring Intervals obliged In the Inter-
eat of the business world-that Is, In
the Interests of the American publMe-
to try to avert financial crises by pro
hiding a remedy bhich should be pro-
vided by congressional action.

3meuia No tes Ie Doeua .t s.
At various times I have Inastitted tI
vestlgatims Into the organlsatlp and
conduct of the business of the a.-
tive department. While none of thee
Inquiris have yet progressed far
enough to arrmat final coenealo
they have already confirmed ban
phabssed the generaLa Im a that
the organisation of the dp tm tIs
often faulty lo prtnclplr wasteful
In reslts, while many their Mbuiaoe
methods are arntlqe and nleetent.
I recommend thea nress consider
this subsjct. '

In my annual message I ad:
"Th lower of the government'to
prqft the Interity of the elections of
Sown officials tois Inherenmt and bha
been recognlsed and affrmed by
prated declarations of the supreme
court. There s no oneamy of fre gov-
ernment more danger u and none so
ltadious as the corruption of the elect.
orate. No one defends or excuses c .
ruption. and It would see to follow
that none would oppose vrigorou meas-
urea to eradicate It. I recommend the
enactment of a law directed against
bribery and corruptio In Medral elec-
tions. The details of such a law may
be tsaely left to the wJe discretion of
the congress, but It should go as far as
under the constitution It Is possible to
so and bsoukl includb severe penalties
nanihst him who gives or retelves a
Irlho Intended to Influence his act or
opinion as an elector and provisions for
the publication not only of the expend-
Itures for nominamtons and leetlona of
atl candidates. but also of all contribo
tlona received and expenditures made
hb political committee."
I desire to repent this recommenda-
All contributions by corporations to
any political committee or for any p
litkcl I purpo sh ouki be forbidden by
law, dlrectous shoud not be permitted
to usi stoc btklers' nloney for uch
putriwe. id, at moreover. a prohilJtion
of this kind would Ie. as far au It
went, an effoltive metlodl of stopping
the evUls al ni at In corrupt practice
ara o Has t'oet e
Tbr "&woo CotRefte-.

The frst cenfervr4s of uatlma beld
at The1* ague in I nM II. ng unable to
disloe of aUl the lbuslumn before It
retsotiunlmed tecouseMklerstlo and
itiouwant of a somber of Important
qltIonsI hby anethr etfertune to be
tlied sulwus uently and a at n early
date. Thies question were the follow.
Ing (i t The rihts and duttee of neu
tral.; (, the lilmtation of the armed
frirn- on Liudi and se and of totlltary
ihdg't~.t (th th ute of aew types a
cel .!etr4i of inlittry end i* aL gaw; 4)
it in' Ini iaityl utf prtva pr per t at
'%414 in t(liVI of war; IS) the beabard.
ict;t of ,.'. elire anvd villagms by as-
sal for 'e In s*toiber, 1904. at the i-
t v the nlterpsarliauan ary ileA.
I Imla j

-tnt ;',. 1. < Iio auth a co'nferqsee
mttl .u

toi H,.P ;.. -*h'ld h t
11.'t .: ; .
I'r : I .A .- A >rwn ea.-istane was
'elr. c.,t :'i tI k s uis c with
W t0he "4n6d,: .1.Kt we ta istl wait utuI
the esd t. :: r .'.r ( tbt wm gtag be-
twer i t:: a it l Jamuan. The empiew
of Ruait I. .shtte ) after he treaty
of law v i w aLil y teemited
thm w .. r .. lt'aW mr d s o e

SpaB.m u t..mu tbe the "eafte.
be mowa s::' & r, ruatwd S es i .n

411M awer o a aewnM at d It
wlis a aL ; ser ofsema "-n

.r "~iy~ )

srkte Doemiag,
Banto Domingo has now made an ap-
pea to us, and not only every principle
of wisdom, but every genwroumas tinet
wltUfn us, bids ua respond to the ap-
SI. The conditions in Banto Domingo
ve for a number of yean grown
from bad to wore until a year ago all
society wa on the verge of dissolution.
Fortunately Just at this time a ruler
sprang up in Banto Domingo who, with
his colleagues, saw the dangers threat-
enlng their country and appealed to the
frtedship of the only uelghbor who
posessed the power and the will to
help them. There was Imminent dan-
ger of foreign intervention. The pa-
tence of foreign creditors had become
exhausted, and at least two foreign na-
tions were on the point of Intervention
and were only prevented by the unoffl-
clal assurance of thla government that
It would Itself strive to help Santo
Domingo In her hour of eed.
Accordingly, the executive depart-
ment of our government negotiated a
treaty udder which we are trying to
help the Dminican people to straight-
en out their finances This treaty Is
pending before the senate. In the
meatmetl a temporary arrangement
haa been made wander wehih the Doitn-
lean govrnmnt ma appointed Amer-
cano to a ll the Important pOttkm toI
the c te service and they are ee-
ta i to he s t collection of the rev
enea twrntg over 4 pear et to the
gaoveraMa for o runnnto Me se and
puttItn the other 5 pear aet Into a
mate depmltary for equitable dtivisao
t case the treaty saMl be rutled
amoU the various creditor, whether
urmpeua or Amerieam.
Cnder oe cre he taken atabltty and
order sad all the beoetlt o peace ar
at last Comins to aato DQodab dan-
ear of tsaign uItrenteos hasa ba eo
Morpenoda, ad there Is t lst a pree-
poet that all cradetors wi at Jgou
ne more nd no Ieas If there arl
Mot to roulated by the falare of
the treaty earoo wlt Lot and oms oer
or later this goriramat may t*e sr
rvlved to serious 4UalWte with for
sei gOvrnmeats over tIe sand or
eaoe may be aorred bNI to lnterve
ta the rIsld to w ome ua en t fas
.Ag fy m d ir by.
I do nt beev tit amW aayI the

m or a better t3lp oaf sealer ear.
bub dI arm alboald be tilad to act
y la ta ma ssia revl.joaBWhld
a e eaw ef a eim seatM ktan

PetaL esoal be -med foar e prs-

- or -te heed" o tth'w earoFea
me ft a* retiremmB of all wef who
amV reri a l ves ame wltct get
beWnwea ftk.
I~to aen hw eo in at
AM u ryM rv s tMhtO We lart
me b he tn o m degdee
weed. There Is are"
aIOIl hr a"@ -A"
fa %ib em OkM ( M ILI"
^^tk|a~J|f- LYI-^*kjfll ^W~li3 I- YIaalla

I ..

eihsd t to will s lii
mov emmat' Ibatthe .ote s k
now an assurnd fact. This omua
will do-everyrftin It power toa n-
Cte thle jNCoMs of the ctgfernes to
Mbe end that suobtantial progress may
be made In- tl cause of International
eace, Jjuati ad good will

There ae certain essential points
whleb muot *ever be forgotten as re
yards the Monroe doctrine. In the first
place, we mut as a nation make It ev.
dent that we do not intend to treat It
In any hap or way as an mcsem for
tggrandlsemet on our part at the ex-
pense of the republics to the south.
But we must make it evident that we
Lo not Intend to permit the Mosroe doe-
trine to be nmd by any natic oe this
continent as a Aleld to protect it from
he coaeqaemMo of Its own mandeads
against foreign nations. The Moane
LQtrine doe net force us to Interfer
o prevent the punishment of a pot
mve to see that the nnlHbment does
not assume the form n.: territorial odu-
pation In any shape. The cae is more
iffcult when it refers to a ooontratnal
bUlgation. This country would er-
ainly decline to go to war to prevent
forelgi government from collecting a
ust debt On the other hand, It ti
very Inadvisable to permit any foreign
power to take possesslon, een tempo-
aily, of th enutom bouse of an
Lmerican repullc In order to enforce
he payment of its obligations, for msue
etmporary occupation might turn Into
permanent occupation. The only ea-
ape from thee alternative may at
.y time be that we must ourselves
undertake to brinS about some arrange-
nent by which so much a possible of
just obligation shall be paM,. '"
To do so Inpares ta de*tahlag s
ubile from asB9 to pay debts of a&-
nprope~akracter under dures, while
t a)'oIsres honet credltor of the
public from being passed by In the
iterest of dlMbowt or grasping cred-
orn. Moreover, for the Unlte&.iatse
0 take suoh a position offend the aoly
ilble way et tnurtnl ua agalst-a
lash with ome foreign power. The
otiUon Is therefoe In the lntaret
taee a well as In the Interest of Jue.












II of commuaDcaton with ou
abilc oe South Amserica hb
y under foreign control. I
a good thIng that Amriaerc me
adl manafcturm should have
their goods and btters to Soutt
lea vt Europe If taey wish
and dtipatch. eve on the
whore our abips have hed the
better than oa the Atlantic. o
heant flag Is ow threatened
te lberl aid betowed by oth
erments a their ow steam t
ak o earnet cooi ratlo.
r t with which the amerhba
r* comonJeloa b has foUwed I
and eas ft aqry.
It b matter of uataxea
Uw mace amre to call attentla
esz at work of the panesta
ethe vterano of the eivil w
a greeted claim Ipoe than sa
ctm o of o cr tims. To tbhe
all among our people honor i d
Immss tasse.
As Isato isy at amsagm e
uM weQ t I I
-a- em oft e rait aert. a
ahaM have amm whatever
wrmenar. 'N".'
T qumadn artasg la ca
with (%We* tlmmmtkme st
Mi edAet ib earlt e th is

am-At t the relam e f t
ow#a awed and mnsMtl -
mstei eme lr he bend el
d~-b imisrel" *a ts C
a a* to ea to csery t a
q t ave C Wm mu
og- gBeb hP5W a WB lse sat

pON-& g b at a Od P aedt

9 a s w af t e a q -ra

..A A.m

r sister
would be
t io not
tno md

I Am- Ative work in canal construction
security manly preparatory, bha been In pro-
PlIet, rs for than a year and a halt
rPr own Duwrtl that Prid two points about
In o- tMe canal have ceased to be open to
thof -debate. FIrst. the question of route;
Wthro V- ead. tIe qnb teon ot fesblUtT. Te
lass, I petst wlch remain unsettled is wh.
of a et th canal ball be ooe of ewveral
at Ma. eks above sea level o a a t m eve
a, t w a sinla tlde lock. Oo thil podnt
I to I y blefor the coongre at an

Ito te glar s.al

r have in adt to sanitatlg the istnas,
y oer tfa ftal ory qartrar e beiai provid-
re of ed fo empyrees and an adequae yM-
S te of sPplying them with whonleome
food at urasmble prices ha been csM
at d. Hoepttatl hae be rtableh
tothe n d quV that r w outlsri.
on tc Oeir kitd a ayww. Drl
Of ps fpt ear a km ra of Sa
Of the OM itche W isse
6PM bU bee adm fet isleo m a
meutm beer nirthabth em

S ten of -,pIat wlhave |b
lan" fll to mauso*a to rnma e fat Wo
* of e tcavaftMe e a larep A,
t- it- What b assea"r andw ~
etNie aY is ase 109 by the em
ountr?. fto mene a* Cest sad f .
he pty.. Pa ses' ew weait d s mbe
M (21 1 rbe of3OAKCAWnSo ot f e
W. a14mbej b Tse o esW
to lb 84 was watefs aMOW it

Ot ste a qmnpra beg m amuea
Sloge we
a m e t tt0 Sle
9 ~ ~ s -rr mrL 1 .-

tb rc~kr L~I~eLba'4,rr
C ~ r -I

I reommend that Inllian Territory
and Oklahoma be admitted as one state
ad that New Mexico and Arizona be
admitted as one state.

tid Stad e on precisely the same footing
S~ee waIn. The work treat students, business men. Wt
4 Uali dWpIS t a the Jap- *ers and the like of other nations.
ny at e is especially As a people we have talked muchof
ort f y stiI. the open door In ("'ina. and we expect,
Our nTy mt, relatively to the na- sad quite rightly intend to insist upon,
rr of other nation, always be of jOtice being shown us by the Chinel .
ieteri slie than our army. We have But we cannot expect to receive equity
mebt wisely continued for a number of less we do equity.
7,ars to build up our nary, and It T. civil Serviee.
has now reached a fairly high standard Heads of executive departments and
of efflclcrc. Th;s standard must not members of the commission have call-
only be malntrlaed. but increased. It. mme attention t he fact that the
does not seem to me necessary, how-!ed m atteiring a filin of charge ad
eer. that the nary should, at least In three ,ds' notice before an employee
the Immneiate future. be increased be- t ~i e separated fram the service for
?id the prewmt number of nmits.
hd the present number of nltos. ineolency has served no good pur-
What is now clenr;y necessary s to poe whatever. Experience has shown
abstitute efflhciut for Inetticient units that the rule Is wholly Ineffective to
as the latter I roo:e ~,'on o rtt or as it tat any man If a superior for Im-
bwomes apparent that they are use- proper reasons wishes to remove him
les. Probably the result would be prd er mirasevous because It orme-
attained by ad(:lug n Aingle battleship times seres to keep In the service In*
to our nay;.' er.h year. the superseded competent men not guilty of specific
or outworn ver~.el being laid up or wrongdoing. Having these facts lI
broken up as tLey are thtul replaced. view the rule has been amended by
Iaturalliatlon. providJng that where the Inefficiency or
On this subject I recommend: Incapacity comes within the peraoul
Irat-A feder.;l bure..u of aturul!- knowledge of the bead of a department
itlm, to be establisb.d in the dop::rt- the removal may be made without no-
ment of commerce andl,lahor. t,) su- tie the reasons therefore being tied
pervise the administration of tih n;itn- and made a record of the department
uallation laws and to reelve retlu:us The absolute right of removal rests
of naturalization pening anJ attain where It aIrays has rted, with the
pushed. bead of a department. The change is
becond.-Unlformity of natur.ill;-tUon meely one of procedure. It was much
certlfiates, fees to be charged. aun needed, and it is producing good re
procedure. suits.
Thi rd-More exacting q(tialitiatlons Our copyright laws need revision.
for cltsensuhip. P1iUplmes uand their alsd s
Fourth.-The preliminary declaration During the last year the Philippine
of Intention to be abolished and no Islands have been slowly recovering
allel to be haturalised until at least from the series of disasters which since
.noty days after the fling of his petl. American occupation have greatly r
tion. duced the amount of agricultural prod-
ifth. Jurisdiction to naturalize cts below what was produced In Spar-
aIlens to be confined to United States Ish tlme.
ditrict courts and to such state courts The agricultural conditions of the Is-
a have JuridJction in civil actions in lands enforce more strongly than ever
which the amogntin controversy is un- the argument In favor of reducing the
lHalted; In ties of over 100,000 Inbab. tariff on the products of the Philippine
Itants the United tater district corts Islands entering the United States. I
to have elusive jurIsdlction in th earnestly recommend that the tariff
batallsation of the alien residents of now Impoed by the Dingley bill upon
*eah eitle the products of the Philippine Islands
cOml-al ILaWS. be entirely removed, except the tariff
In my last message I asked the at. on sugar and tobacco, and that that
tetito of the oengree to the urgent tarff be reduced to 25 per cent of the
need of action to make our criminal present rates under the Dingley Act;
law more effective, and I most ear. that after July 1, 1909, the tariff upon
aetly quest that you pay heed to tobacco and sugar produced in the
the report of the attorney general on Philippine Islands be entirely removed
thb subject. and that free trade between the Islaand
There eem tobe no statute of the and the T'nlted States In the products
United States which provides for the of each country then be provided tor
ponlshment of a United States atto. by lw.
ey or other officer of the government In my Judgment, Immediate steps
rbo corrupt agree to wrongfully do should be taken for the fortification of
r wrongfully refra from doing any Hawali. T ts the most important
et when the conaldration for such point in the Pclfic to fortify In order
t other than one to conserve the interests of this com
se'rupt agreement bI other than one oul erstatt
oeng money value. This ouht to otry. It wouan ld t n hard to overstate a is too
e remedied by appropriate legislation. Importance of thin neel. hawali i too
LA&4tt. d h heavily taxed. Laws should be enact-
Legisla d u alnso beenacted to e e setting aside for a period of, say
oer unequivocally and e twenty years 7 pr cent of the Internal
od question brech of trust In th evenue and cuton receipts frot Ha-
tapet of premately divulging social wall as a special fund to be expe ded
Wcrets by an oAicer or employee of the in the islands.
United States and to provide a suitable I earnestly a te the adoption of
enaity therefore. legislation which will expli-itly confer
*neehat a re e. American citlIzensbip onr all cities of
To the spread of our trade In peace Porto Iticu.
ad the defense of our fag in war a I wish also to call the attention of
pert sad prosperous merchat mr.rine the congress to one qidetion which at.
I Indispensable. We'bouki have ships feets our imular possessions generally
t our own and seamen of our own to -nanely, the need of an lucreased Ulib.
Mnvy oar goods to neutrlJ markets erality In the treatment of the whole
ad In case of need to re-ntforce our franchise question in these islands.
battle line. It cannot but be a sourcem I earnestly ask that Alaska be given
i 1rgrt and uoneastes to aus that the an elective delegate.


U.9 ~ -I ,hd~


lawpnitnr From Vario=u


actions of State. One dose of Ayer's Cherry
to sPectoral at beddme prevents
nlaht couths of children.
MiOST IMPORTANT EVENTS No croup. Nobronchit. A
In "The Land of Flowers." Cherry
"Boiled Down" to Suit the
eder-Items of Interest P t o r a 1
o o, ,.,.. Pectoral
doctor's medicine for all
aedell Carolval will hold forth llectis o th thro, bron
.ldtnlnd tblhis week. chial tubes, and lungs. Sold
wauehala will have an auction sale for over 00 years.
Sitown lots on Saturday, December d r n TR
MO. (udlSforetr4tity4 Tfieonequal
.ww* llty t eroslrgs k ttr lolfor rh.llll.
the people of Starke are makiLg an "" .n Bb. W.ra.?Ih .
eo ro establish a sawmill and novel- i Al or .a f t o.
F t a that place.
k William, another victim of N ight C oughs
i l t0ville mad dog. died from hy. ,-I I_ ____B
.CdiobeMa on Saturday night. h0 P t bowels o Wth0neof
The VIllage Improvement Asoela- AV Pill at b tm. Jut on
Ut e of Welak, Putnam county, will
htv a good road plank o its by-laws. March. Many of the horses that were
Th Maul Mauofseturing Company at the State Fair will winter in Tampa
of Palaka has commeneed the manu- and others will be brought there to
lture of their patent orange box take part in the sport.
Ioop. Among other improvement at Oo.
T'lkavillon, bath house and bowling coanut Grove is an addition to the
alley at Amelia beach, Fernandina, Christian Sclenee Club of a reader
re destroyed by fire Friday nilbt. from "Booting." Ahem!
LIso, S10,000. W. 8. Hodge, a prominent merchant
The school at Raiford is now graded of Live Oak, has been arrested for sell.
and In a thriving condition. The ing medicines containing alcohol. He
nhoola of Florida are all prospering, will have a hearing today.
under the Beekman bill. Maleolloo Fernandes and two others
ok J. McCallom of Stonewall of the Fernandes family were locked
Jeo*n Camp, Jaeksonille, has been up for "doing" residences in Tampa
appiateld commander-ino-hief of the while the owners were at the Fair.
Florida Divioion, Soas of Veterans. Twenty million feet of lumber was
I A I--ft-A Ft. 0. W.., I. shined from Jaeksonvllle last month.

U. A. o gvuel. ol rreeport, wtionm
Ossty, bha offered a reward of $6 for
the'return of his child, which wa said
to have been kidnapped on the night of
* eptembeu eth lut.
lBiaslng January 14th, Tampa is to
he mee* tbree days every eek until

I It Costs

S To find out for a certainty
ether or. not your heart is
acted. One person in four
as a weak heart; it may be
you. If so, you should know
t now, and save serious con-
sequences. If you have short
breath, fluttering, palpitation,
hungry spells, hot flushes; if
you cannot lie'on left side; if
you have Lfinting or smother-
ng spells, pain around heart,
In side and arms, your heart is
weak, and perhaps diseased.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure will re-
lieve you. Try a bottle, and
see bow quickly your condition
will improve.

Mbe pcow =en v*
mmom e"ialCoondomb tr

*UO.SJ[ACKft &80N
MANUAarvam nof



ffmmmwmmumnnm m

Laud osfe a( minervlle. nri..
(Otober ItC 19.
- i~~OIIUU -a DtokYaftJ SiVYW bUU JUthatUUO

fts---- we--r ..--.. . .e. -.r.e that i l I OUsoet
ye there are amay eaterpri9s in the With be pirOToM e U c rof CoBgrew of
'Juan 8, I.ll. etlUstid "An At for the sale of
State that are delayed for loek of lum- timber lausda la tbo tae of 'aitrorral. Ore-
roa. Nevada. iad WealMMtoa Territor." as
t. xesundedd to ostke pot land fttaoe by Ac
Will Jones, a very clever colored o uft I. I Jok I.uthcr of Ol Town.
Woorely of sLa ette, rate of rkrlda. hbu
embesler, was landed in Tampa ail trS y6sfdaut tMoe hE 8i wornmtom-nt
No, u1 l. for t % puro-Mu or bthe al4 of (w
from Jacksonvllle Friday, being arrest- Be. 1no w Nw olr Nw or fetlooa No. i n
ed in the latter city for working sever. 1 'ow3INtI..R :No Jisad w lloer
proof to boe oit IW land sought I more
al eltlsal of Ybor City.a vlble for Itabe eOr ltione tha ftw rl-
Souliutral purpose. Mita etablth his elaim to
Marie Geer, one of Oeala's soiled d laad bf" o U11*0r and Reeilver at
0n:o1I00",=. inea. on WeDneir. tbo Vrb
dove, was shot dead by John Oes on Ai of ember.I o .
ewe as w Daniel Lancater.
atulorday night. Oer Is supposed to joI Neo m Tl-J. Wt Io. Jlaen A. tar-
be her husband, a marriage ortlfleate Abr. aonrd lTownl.^
A4r ma iall enlatml lt adversely the
dated at Amerleus, GO., belng found wboeveeertl lad re reuweeted to de
their felat tIn skl ade ou or before said r b
imonx her papers. He oesaped. day Dooimber. ea.i
i d W. U. IIOlINI4ON. B4rister.
For the Apprhnsion of Thoe Who 4 w. LAW S o FLORIDA
Sel Liquor Without Licens. Netlee threb tve that Bell. CiMoo
Editor BSa: Since the printed eopy C~ i M.i~*'e o r. oabs.
of the roommendatloo of the grand or T o 0ortUst o . aitd ute Bad dar
1of July. A. D IM, b10 v b e said oertlflisto
jury appeared ln The Sou, I have io ooe. so bare mae wioJ0eauuao for
talked to aisy people ooooeerlng it. "M eto mb e tSnc b* foiiwait dw.
The Iare majority of all I havOe poken Isord a 1%04 ,temd 11 AlaeMU oouoir.
to regret that our last grand Jury N of Net So 0 U Tpo 0. I. 1 fr, s*.
ode o a loeb Iutreerlsmtl. i belo ws iemed t tbe date of
made any such reeommendatioe. it y" or swib orutafl i - u?
the ha soua oerl a t. in la, sae ou
appears to toet people in this way 1 aes elreis.au a tal r.ee e*
If we have a law It ad better be uoru ila. t deed will ku ir hereon
esforad I. If i is not eforued It be. t 1b d f em ber-r.. AIX Li
WaToIU my eileal a oruur *and seal thi
ome worns than no law a a ll. *I nb aty of November, A. man
From the aisorn of Me ean Is i i C to CCrerual Couwt Alabua t o M.
dl6clt to enoere tsole0t evidese
lOastl ma who an $llag lato1- nIc3 or APPLIUATION FnR TAX
Silell o ovetm. This Mw Uobt rSCTIOW 0 or rHAlKr.u
mew Illl~ly so mo~viesih This au. LAWS or iU)RIDA.
Itae th eo oa imlo s tohre is *om NOUm hlreby giventhat lodigm AWofd,
speeal laMeU sve e shri or depOy unlMrebs o* 6pt Tax OmrtfM. No w,
= i MldawM. as of JdlaY A.D 1t have edo
Is .gso rO Se ri of penO l ."a m, o is or oases. O .W have made
Jary sad o Ito the troabte to follow up I a o -i b ..
suh e-m Oatil hobe ob Oored O wi.k*yr* w -o WIurtr rteaoed i Als'busa
denee eueat*e for eovitetio. Al "# .M .Arobr
[she "Of ofe o fe rtito InI ah e naeof
sees a 1he eiees l offn eb* rtlewt in tm haammd of
latdtlfilf "blild tiper" weold r iwI.e aI. Imi .
Sa --a--- e~i der* eto f aw tI d4t A wJt I NrAo l ,<*
sd or OOeaty wld hb Is a wors *m Id. *r. A
nw rl 7 w v Ir r-oll tf re itx * il f
Wiof ofl 0 tal %Wu8~ r nrd16064this
stre the daring the time whea noe IMe dT of uvx tser A t .n
I 1. i. W11.144."
wee Usese t 1M Ud. yj rrs CIrequt ,urt AlAsbu. o. rs a
S. seles te eeoaty has been vot ed
dry. I tI It ars m wih of iasy of ironTc or A PrMiATx rrH TAX
tIe bhstm dM tat hs Ihw be rig. W', x'iw a P rTk or H IAPrrY
e** r te6lad, sd the ly way *I S O. LA WS or F URIJUA.
han thtis epuMi lw aStvle is o a bo II H aon'" X U
Sr of Pon of ?as TC Orm asuo go W.
hae all the oeS r osf theo law o* owtdo of A9 Aa '. b*ona
tam : W=he alisn. -m y _al n db%
sst o* a lens. maee _e 1 4. lo 14 60 %11o s11
I have tor se threbleto eo* k to ias Ao eid nWr emo
huage m ori -& 4*s e g of i h Dwals desr4 vt e.
,siem. f of the m as 'L ie 1 aa* Am o tI
dme i *eioe whon *wa p e is Ohoom eof I
o Pop mw. wed6dionn eSWhme e Sf ow ebol- l
- aamei e shee M r "
do on OR"" hs S4w dooviss el a 00sir
She vowesd obsse fr she m' m -e a
St "bow $ 11gagif sMther thee take is *f
"Wll sod hbib d" s w 5Cas p or Armrt fwsr r TAX;
ap to ry ems sad mlat el a* Bm WSrKMi *. f4 CwarrAm
lhe. 0. A.. SvUa4. 1 "wAS or rsLA.
Wid@a. Basemb .o 40 93. jo **I* V a

W V. at 1 T. w. tI. TeiY. = I
an low 006 VN ftw is b s" 4

sl s Le a I I

We Are Now Roe

To Fill Vacancy In Interstate Comr
mere Comiisasion.
Washington. Dec. L--enators Per-
kins anm Flint called on the present
todayy to discuss with him: the appoint
ment of a successor to former Gover.
nor Fifer. of Illinois. on the Interstate
commerce commission.
At the conclulon mf the conference
the announcement was nade that the
preldent woo+ d appoint Franklkl Lane,
opBan Pra.nico, Calif.. to the vaoea-
ey created by Mr. Fifer's resignation,
whih take effect oa Jan 1, next

Ior laats aA Children.
TIl KM Y ino" Alwpt Bought
BDer the

Had a Big Hunt.
A Jolly party of Fort whitee hunters,
comprising J. H. and W ,. Otteen,
Jr., Milton and Chappell Ellis, Thos.
Pilts. Will Millioan ard John Tonil.
kings, spent four or fivt days in the
wilds of LaFayette county, along the
SBwannee river, on a hunting trip lait
week, and were very nseessfol, having
succeeded in killing three der, a con-
ple of wild turkey and numerous qnail.
squirrel and other wild game.
J H. Osteen, who waI in Gainesville
Monday, state that the forests are
live with deer, bear and turkey, and
that the party ooold have killed more
had they desired. A number of hunt.
enr are camping along the Suwannee
river this season. ,




1. W es.nd goodls by expres-% C. (). 1). subjct
to exami uaition before aw'pt ng
Wot send~~ two orI1 threv stylvs~ of g.,.ki-juv~lts
for elections.
3. We allows 10) per cont dis,-mmit t')rmh,
exceI't on contract goods.





LEVY, BRO., & CO.,


In advertising is to convince you that YOU ought to
have a bank account, and that thie account should be

kept in THIS BANK.
to our depositors.


Equipped as we are with a NEW FIRE.PROOF VAULT,
New Triple Time Look, Sorew-Door, BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFE. with our Oflicers Bonded, with Fire and Burglr
Insurance, your money and valuable plpers Ire..jalf
with us.
FOUR PER CENT Interewt Paid on Time
Deposits. ___

Alachua, Florida.


Abesrmsu of Ttle aad fill Itnfermsl frtllnrd nr a la sD ib th
ononty. Oar maa0,e hI fivd la his lr thlny .Itr n sa
tot horo lhly mvemals with iasd title.

E. E "V'O7 MLEh,
wma u m ember of retW&as Ameias sad slaish empmaise.
m GL .111M Jrlotrid
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0.. where he was sailed a
sp *a boeells.
ilb oh of Aluhous haq roraed
bN e after a couple of days
i s family 11here.
i MiA o. 0. Spivey of Wiad.
.l elty. guset of Mr. sad
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sad. J.. Fester of new Bhakulghe bldleg a few days
..I ... iotor o ao o. h_ returned to his former q E ..
weUa to ag visitors ft
a~Mitdrto"n, %benw room iN ob w oebll E E Na
aI umhjlt to ms e tbodaMdah. .
jld m bJohn lr m wie have may be found to fut re at his fes t
ts the AbmS heeM.r Nil- oos0,, Poter block, eaomer IBtd
isL weI M. IIwUI ti Union sad Weat MaIl strts,. 8.
la tr Jed" H. 0. Mon h" e
I* I s*ruklknl. )4. a. Sjadeos, member of the I rm
So9 Jedgeo H. Mase ha t* Io fltndersA Karl*e, sarday ol- e.e of the I.
eS e wil thi she pass two days ieam tasted h theweaty*rsh anlversary of
lo wd to Lewle Thomas ad Losiv his ese. etlion with that store. Mr. a l n
Ian, William Arhble sad OGreli Je*h Bansde W~es s the storeon weasly.l
.*ars* age clerk ei, and Mletally Ile a r--.-l
adlo Okraham and C M tilser, worked hiMself iato as ilntermlI the
etde1ts of the Uslversity of Flor1ldl blmeelm. Asi h eprteod it. be h asu we r i he
h ae reteirnd to LIae City, after "'s" them me d go." bet he b
#r #Py opeot with Ihelr pareta Is still tha *
Othle14y. .- a to" "_ -
Mr. LI pkar and elder READ THIS.r of
Whi sroar, after a plsal visit t o READ THIS. -W
O* lonmers mother, Mrt HI. A. Fish-. M140I l., eb. It. 11. Hle a enttem I
to,. lNorsh ltme*vllle. hare returned to Dr. W. llU, 4S. Itm, Me--Dear
thrks ham. 81r Duarleise pIa yr we Ihav LIABI 00 lat
ID. Ad ow 81ldd. president of kte sold over lty l br doles "XI*%
.Olnellty of Florida. was In the elit I 0e4 Dier 1 ftw Mdsmy ad Ni- L M PrIC&s Idm
tr a tw oun yptrday on benlmee der trMnble a4 dertul4 ltua hat
9e~ with that istirttion l ad I v iusl e UIa. tft he
tte. Years epseaftmty.
U. Va nama r A SO.
.. eI, jamina se sea. en* ro te BeM8
Ib, y om. NuowI k*dasy. A TEXAS WOMIEn
I. Iragmal presomd ls the ae. VI I t k s. Is
l to New ork. woeo as eapectso Om MsuU matl of the f1ae 1wr
S m el a ehr several day. ath, tI vat Diset e mma s dl fr ti m o
10 100 1em1 t Peavle e h r "y annd hME "0* rdUotes. ism
to make oar stw year n* t' mmal ilk eIl fs tr e ra
SWeb havwbehlida go,4ts. wak ad m1e 11 1101
.4e1111. beak, ,a&l sey, M IMI au tOR lestthe* Mt d t
dis. see. A. L Vidl mis d Mkde IO bu m a
vis. mremuates bildwUder t 6r1110 VW- AL I
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=4r s-I It a m*d. horo mthe o it I
doobl distilled, is agvd for1sr ymi heavily chaired barra*
AM boWd by the distlim.
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ft"y wbyl&ewNfLYhr, LIOToB **
Aviu as i e s velvety
ww *al-~~1 u Powder Di -. M .- 0
. .who to" all, I -&, Podr t rressW-'

muafi and tea bi` N oa sioa w frll e e and L.
crullers,~; (~11)kBu o-ne wa-Oo pack*lOsc..
IWes N6, 1 03dM!, 6dSflid ..i14i-
rhey will be fCtrher, wiih Wi sU an ieus wsoded not us .r.M0 b
is w_ ,diMwaou mo. e o to#,.. I ao ore, i. to or imail. POed1
BbU WbdOesCm bid a a lnd errMbtres e. @05W ffeWnrl Ti, a P.rid ob .
%16 oo o. 4 6Dt m r r, 0 oiaX ,l tam iomal Toilet Co., Prani, I ns
o c, Sbld toal bo to evllee by J 8. odord
swd uly e4 0the044 4au,' gg'g 1ioo. ian Jha .,w *Cl
NJs MA salid s@ Ms ad allwe 11mAdGo.

LC rhule rs, a ns o ore -I1 hlo for adIt0 p eg ularr mo totwM uh Wptlr e 1 lhe oi 1

fris hie 10, tolahes swoes oi 4ll l.om'medm Of slT. C. Herper Unles/tosfadde cetrlhOS
d orr g ely l hote Ihoevfll Ith stwofabl ee il.De eo i Ia- hote si-, 0doty ofemoorty, o. D.nt 1he0 6 n
dOeseAlt, F saon o0 ievl.l3 ei rrn holne fort je Iit Th aril Wnr Proe 0pormeo l B

hi@ wrist. hIle t1d woeuiod 3M.e Wile+ trm Of wm, board pl so th women shde rity ONuter ,I

wof9e9#r6k fero s11hely.s-&, e*d.p, wil th ema el ftin foe th* Golto ye pret ax

p /L eny.1, Jed s hn8a kofricadyremroI de lod in a fb ady e l e s s hi uobte is- sly i h ae pe hrg oR Noo Wd I T M hep 8 Ariyf a
d *e, fr W0,o 8 pr tf. ouh bhe, 1U Al hes vme, ,of pable. T.J. hout ter upoo oLotre. lon fr. T omp. e8 b. Ia

BUNe, ui beysvlo, ira. /e haem Whem.Iusdilsiau ohNtler h1 he,..m ,-- 01 -., ,,. Delfr" the X.: praimAorwithe Oee. hi
Wa w sed ood lal wlsteer mPe fr d eo tilyear s b t--". daym wl o,,.sru, bha s aper d a f darte .of l.m

J .he. D aileofW i ofao mow-t Ol out. I90. p rae, haly ed ay a tmso eo sel . ,. of . l ....,
d 1es mal. Cus aj beimpsn ipm. o *r lI M "Mfu h iL p1* nt :lM ooei w .p e rtlue IBe the -
older., dw is ay. Peraio s Whlolews 1- J oh T.011 T. ou know e. Unlere ofd e Wort
,the reaady-maod e foorf uSOint sSoeowSst G' ty1 .a safD made. thhe' Seasll be.reveer aeordis to laws
lop or grocery does &I3. a1 *f n a IM I ow Iso-w oma da pof9 i oD. 190m,

y o Chof wa bLvi is0t11a dihnadlbphtlllo of alry M. oe t u rahe, whoh e eouadY ll an sit-s hNoer llhy Orbb, e od aor neid

So OslimovlyOesterday. Mr. Dye has hme. Mashes Beneo. gemeoal s r mi years, has o ehbor'e house with the
a lge f of mt work, Hme, W. L. aso m ed melf with Dr. HL M. Pal tfred Ma that o will pt

a a mst ensse glug trade. Is of Aleshes sad L. 3. Kallht of l* Orawtor, s4 s 1d these geatleo will fmrm us a h ating eae watch with
S. Mies, f g w e Oreb fomed. trio of vieltor to this Miuy Opin a drug sl ve Wabl. a movement, either ladis' ora
lM.yd bl Mn. Memrnms Co.s it p aseeoG. Mr. sad dra. W. J Wad and little pnemand y 'ssfrar
alesMo, o epCed a seW ry em D. bA Mller, pmrogre, ve etlse of dMerl nd Y.. rd have at L. & M. se t about $1t2 per as lo
eth snlosiy seet. M. M Me syr, Is lei the eit, having ben ried from f Nw Hriao, Co na., ad Evll ry hurh will be given o liber a
I thoirh bonMatla. popa, e eamed he eo jury duty IbefOe are pesasy u tolloa with Mrs. Pal.- q atit of L. b M. Paint whenever
1 .r. 40 110l0o *, 0 tpoOath 110 l. M^ Ababa& oe im "NOW of As Wlise. T. J. Comv sor upon la (troeions from the .otb or.

Iad rllb an de1bt aono a good trade. tHe elelos lloe* Ie Meolevalel, i(e N. Artreddoa Istel plett.
Dr. W. ih. Sible, who hesh profes1 Miss HWls16 Smith of Waeshooet was street. They are oher for the wla er, 4 gioen Longman & M.artine L. A
sliosas vias. to Waldo, etate1 that all 11 she shy yleteldey, a geuss of cad a or a well pleased wish thbe .Palat mied with 8 gallons Lineed
patients IeMrt his el at that ptola frds. bhe wlen nl rot bhe from dy. Mr. Wd state thal he may Io O tilhe will pi a house.h h
Wre rtne nsly sad e she road to ALors where lSe h buee vislg a e here pe tt. He is a pro- L. A M. sootL about i1.20 per gallo.

rseery. Miss Lull. Sha:m=s, a Mis lei Park. sat stuasr ea blMer of New W. s. Sa, Charston, W. Va.,
Orlhard uprse, h as b me[ empbloyd Sd Treo sp dlll P Uasleng d aedn AIs.h Writes: "Painted Frankenborn
se ase, and left for Wldfo jee Iop lpayIMeh had a ee ohibt oft Is i edeolnteLd that W I. LOh, blk wih L. M.H; stands out as

7p. oahkends aid iods of iZo ow m ns*. whO realy last hi sawmilla plait t theL vrnlvi, Fhed."
Major sad M(r. ohn W. TeMh hove fto o as (he b SeP0lar was s aded GrMo Pahu by Iso, will webll ed t Wears nd eover like gold:

rl*otrd from Temp, whey bh a diploma sad a bl be ribbe for tho e e. The mill was a imall se, but o't 1 for TLinsed Oil,
order derry of hoad l)r Was of the A" 4.aam soflee ow tore. you II hw tr valu of a Walsh"

o.r h.d yherp of the lh"0 *oh**ok. wthse who in a poostl W to know wdhlch odo i nrdy for on paIlnt.
eoenty exhibit at the Statie wFa. ..ata.. e 1that Mr. L proposes So r. L. A M. eyts about 1 20 per n gallo.
Pvredare mesongrastlating Majbr kUplaoshswlsu io wite dasnplaat with ler sah h emsh *brelA a om
eig upo Oh eut thatmlssinl tesoP s1 uy Ri lrj ar plat gtthu of Ph it u' a lallon, and mix it with L, & Ki.
Teho Gai SOe fe r. te a okeb ees. Ala alll oaeh 1w000 feet of It mLakeL elnbt cost about n 1.20 per
the tSh orise lnawards a dlinst the wmemhs1tohlne lmber. There is a18 gall..
. .orr ^^^. tf al ...MdL.J K. tdf r 118.0f A11661118 6 ll f^L J.Kng.taot ,e ..

four n e ounies re pes Md. lo an Oo im *er If the vl i*. Sold drby 8. J. ThWoma, a ither ille,
MAttory J.. obmi.Osr, wh mowo. D. A.N 0illredp M . j. WArd E i.itle g nla n's it".
ts owle frm e PrM r blek t o th dde I. V a L. r abo 0 perllo
NO*t Valvan'y @`Stos. Mr. Minoaf Mitouas ft ItB% 66l7, bhralon ben rietd frn NOW 1a10 OO1D., A" Xviry aburch will be |iren & liberal
b a llM-ch bba4W8Wa pulamsou*vWr.6 bore on jury duty bofom a* plGldy toacd with Mrn. Pike qwatity of L. a M. Paia whoever
wd will-nb( loya r .od trade, k^ ei "ravg. 11110 iUa619119, 106 N. Arrodoado to paidt.
Dr. W. V, Biblty, who =61m pref- Min NMI* o"Uh of Weeabooft rWra of". They are here for the irr, o. 4gallons Logman a Martinez L. A
{OBBal visit t Waldo, *a(l UMa all In SIM ft* Oy-trda. A 609Of Bud ot o a ONrr, well pima0l with %bo Mtlnt mlxd with 8 gallons Linasee
Patient *edar hisasai att114 pa friends. aWO anYl reof boss fros *lty. Mr. Ward owat- %b"ta healy 0l. Oil will plain& houw.
arf nrotloo ol-ly and OR %be road o 4lpOrol", where 8I& has beoe vbitlsft Oslo bopre aaotej. He Is a Ppoas. L. A M. *o about $1.20 per galloo.
404Y4 it"ee L mloyeil inl e B -"TPr"kr. lpalvaoand NA bollfr oB ases W.X. Barr. Chertfeton W. Va..
railedd aiprN_. ku14o4 0:ptoyod t fcO^-Ll Ptao Me #W6 and left for Wado Yt r. Ooll -0yWfloi bad a $NO OXkb of It 16o dorterl "at Wo. Lynbh. bleekwih L. a M.; agenda out a
"o &Mad Ms. Jhn MW. eL-fhv IIts ow "ao wo oroleen t ble hr aalil pU"t av thmi-Tarnished."
reuor *ad from Johm W. s, h here OaYtr a B.1siar. Wa arrded GOrv Pftc by flfp. will nakd a Wera and eover like gold*
r1lurood frott Tm pa *kar ba a d~ioi ad haldrtabal or bhx oftohe. T- lllvm non ww. DOC'S P8 .7 $1.50 for Linseed Oil,
0o0R41 had oart othe iflaua ll- frL. these wo an In a poni oa to kOv vhle ORyGo in do ( I rad foor 1. pais.
Prrolu ave gr, T96h UpoI fib aafat that A olalia to*k *Off 8 48011, ad mix It with 1. A Ur.
lhe flfth jorlso to &Wald "Minest.0 %be i| o avi ef- U t of 12M toes of1 aa. saa. ..t about $1.20 per
lourse-aoudlies top""d. *f iOB dimeiUmlber io the vials. Bold bS8. J. Thomas, QaianTrlle
Attorney J. A, Oarftll, wo Bonl r U T nfaba ir oCfr -GrewFla.---
hli o0119 from the Poorr bleek go CHEAPEST SOME ON UM..

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