Gainesville Daily Sun

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Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
H.H. McCreary
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.

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.... mW SISteumsa the case against th

Ais' Mr. Hemenway (lad.). from
the am uoi be emIlttaoe fn ppropiation re.
-t 4W 0 the urgent deficiency bill and

# mats pm.i
ShIemS Isis Spaker Ceanton compelled silence
4k wak. I whItiklW e It wsU read. remarking that
O.: f I kewN e every mem ber aloud beer it. Mr.
I WUmhtIaol Plalimer thenYre adthe spld.ftcaton
.. "'*" -i mre Jlts e J udotn which the cor
iSO i0 -1W Of 1 Ittoe tbd bad Its action That (Ih
i.S w ill elrtll' i bersa hilly appreciated the re pon.
Ki7rl "Yl Srtias a. urln them was evl.

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**i** br the close attestleO which
.ty p id to Mr. Palmer's rerital
the xpeetfcatllon. and rvtdnce In tbe

In AUpport of the charms of mfist
bvr Mtr. Palmer Paid Ilie evide cu'
ebowed that out or each year Judgli'
SVaye Spat us an average of 21
d8ays oswhere else that in his Ilt.
Wtet aent. Judge twayrl. he satp
M~er voted la FIlorida. ever retgi
tpre there and never lived iere tn
nay proper sase of (he term.
M Palmre then tirlued his iattentiln
to a revlewr.ot the elideene iakoe
before the comraitrle the main frat
UMre of which already) have been pub

ls t, e Senate.
Wabisvtun, j)- 14 ensfter thi
as ate wae rat i. t iri' r tiitay fr
Oaillaser, Ijni the rrMu auitt .. I ,i.i
tOt of COletmba report d a re1aiti ntw1
rralMS the im i the IsirIm htIr l,'
. Imfor tbe aismgral hell
N. Ultl*. '* prenwsl 1he tupinie
"t th.e paSIte bulttl ao- itd nd(
he had SS h mu purpeees be. es .
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htb purlpos not to ma&e further opp.
tlaos to the measure,
The arwoullon was agred to.,
The eaaste then at the lastance 4'
Mr. Allsioe adopted the house irmolu
toesU for adjournment for the Christ
ms bholday extendnla from DOem-
bwO:q to January 4.


Important Meating o B eirg Held Is
Birmlngham. Ala.
Dirmlnghaim, Ala.. Dec. 14.-The an-
anal cunventlon of the Soutbtern ur-
gceal and Gynecoloalcal association be-
ain here today with a larse attendance
present Irom every part of the south.
A umuber of eminent eastern sur-
Sgese who are on the program for
paper were aiso present. In the
abs ece of Dr. F. H. McRes, of Atlr*
ta. president, Dr. J. Hllota NWr
tay, of tlebmood. Va., second vies
ireldent, preceded.
Mayor William Drenoem welcomed
the eonventlon on behalf of the city,
ed President L. 0. Woodson, of the
Jeersoa to whleh Dr. W. P. Nlcolaon,
of Atlasts, responded.
The reading of papers on vartops
subject* of taiereit to the convention
then began. The senilous will last
three days. Tomorrow morntlg the
paoclatlon will attend the unveiling
of a bronze state or the late Dr. W\. K.
B. Davsl, In Capitol Park, this city.
Dr. Davis war one of the founders
mad a former president of the associ-


earliest Freeses in Hittory Are Being
Wheeling. W. Va., Dtec. 14-The lce
orres which IJeaun to rorm below and
abote here when the river fronx over

yesterday are rapidly being extended
Up stream. The Lemperature is ex-1
tramely low and the Ice chunks are
solidifying to an extent that to alarm-
Ing river men who stale tha they can
only be iwmved by a rlae that would litl
them bodily from the stream.
The temperature last night at Rim
Grove was 10 below xero: (GI nn's Run
10 below antl Moundavilll- *i degrer'e~s
below zern.
The O(hio rlivr Ik frozen over Ihere
for thi first time, at Fo 'nrty a date
In the history of savlgation of


Italian Gu;lty of Murder Is Executed
In Prison.
Auburn. N. .., L ><. 14.--Nc;un Bok.
glano. 24 years of age. was put to
death in the electric chair at the Au.'
burn prison today for the murder ft:
Henry lender at Buffalo. June 29. 1103
oglatano, who wan an Italian. wan
enamored of Render's wilr. and was
determined to have Beader ou11 of the
way. tBogiano was as electrielan.
and had said he had no fear of death,
in the r-air. because he knew it wouli
not hu L. He had alt) said that hie
and the public executioner bednle Cd
to the f ame union and that be was
willing to hulp out a bruohrr union

Looked In Car for Sixty Hours.
; eumont, Te Ier. 14.-locrke lan
I box c sr for more than sixty hours.
wltbout a morsei to1 eat or a drop to
drink. was the I rribir experltee stin
Sdergoeb by t aB Promwell. a ,vmini
white man who Ia% re1"rf('ed from hti
Spreon on i-i'l 1I ihl hit. it. 4rom1m
well PayS tha the 'n:1bed dl ., a Ib,
car which U u !)41, on thp iidtnh
at lre'r1 to lwn car was alouti half tlI of rice ita .a ,
W Vhen he awouk n t lrirniji it wa&
toe fl 11 hat i"ar Wta nmotilir isnli
that it hst .1 e i. -..rd timiing TI i.
night \ i.-ti 1 I. e.i ar fi jai; .ut e i ]
a rtai 'sth It ,1h"r raimtlat &ita It
Re1uitatt tln hmnfortrgpmw1 yoln;a mIan
*e.reedId t n makiaM himself heard
bad wian rfcm,'d,

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Convention At 8hreveport DJ,,
cussing Remedies.


Many Prominent Planters Present a
Much Intameat is Manifested--Te6 a
Man lecoted Chairman--Parnter
Are Urged to Hold Present Crep
Bbreveport, La.. Dec. 14.-lrmpuat ',
papers by government expert wel
read at today's session of tbe NatJoal
Cotton convention Dr. L O. ..Howar
chief of the bureau of entomoltey,
United States department of agr~eS.
lure is schedules for an address. .,
Howard, personally represents S G e
tary of Agriculture Wilson and w at
he will have to say will be ilstea-e
to with pofound iaterqat, Other* ea.
the program are Dr. W. D. Hunter, at
the Bale Bureau, and Dr. Willita C.
Stubbs, director of the Loulasana he
perlment station. Many delegates a
rived over night dwelling the total an
here to more than 00.
There was much discussion among
delegates upon the mas meeting helM
immediately after the close of l t
nights session. At least two-thirds o
the delegates present participated ta
the proceedings for thot purpose of
takln some srt of action to cheek
the present decilnet uf cotton,
Speeches were iade by larvey Jor-
dan, of Georgls, .Smith. of South
Carolina, and others advocurangK Inm .J
diate remedial action. A resolutloa ..
will he offered at authrli meeting to. ,
night urging the farmers to hold their
cotton for higher prices and redgee '
their acreage next )ear.
Colonel K. S. 8Pet r. of Texas. press
IdWet of tie Texas Colton Growers' a,
isolation. who was last night eleetoA
permanent chairman called the coonv*
tion to order at 10 o'clock.
Dr. L. O. l owadi. of the Bureee s
Entomology, department of agricalturs,
was the first speaker. lie batd he we@
here to personally represent Secretary
Wilson, who was taking a great Inter.
Est Ju the dellberationb of 1lhe body.
The secretary would hav' I'Ine prer
eat, but he thought that thl: liest titer.
eats of the cotton farmrs %%tre better
nubserved by his remaining in Wash
ington to make effort to cu'vilre a large
appropriation to be ieed in iglhUilS
the boll weevil. Dr. liowaril reviewed
the history of the Will w'r.vl. 'ince it
first appearance in t le *o1tiii h rnotto
fieldS upl to the i.res.-nt, and said
the paper to be reui y.v IW. W. D.
tintier. of the g~overPnlent blureani
would explain tuily t(h work tilnsie by
the depart meant.
Dr. Hunter followed Pr. llo ard, hM
paper wai flstt.l t, iu nit i marked at
William C. Slulbus, ,tirrc'Uor of the
IttltuIaan EipePrlmnt ;talitonl. neti
addressed the cnqventonm l ri aid
that he had bhen mnlsquoto'il in 8ayia i
thte Infected area in Tenxas .hct.;d rM
plant ing corton itf ?.'%t. d the
work of the slate ltaf In attermptHla
to destroy the revt in IFj.iaalh
afti effortrt tlo presrni Tu rtl 'r 'pr'adt
'Whji, the nrsil hU *I nf w' the '
thb* r <' i n du :io "nI I *I the

' i .! r i t not I)' ,atl' ". i wa**
the -1ubj-ci of a paper i<-I 1. jrofe
sor K H ('ogine l. oif t):" 'F'

Men Killed by Cave :n
Sa:' La \. c''' Tirc I I in'es
harv th.i ;I k" g tin e* \'
thi r :~ f a at in, ' hlglada
aw. uuniie iea i living rinal
V4AMp about ,0 a.iles tr'iii i"i *' p
a tlrgr Olion of i .. o" .

Ketto were btlrIte utd* 't' h.O
dre< toes (o rw ank t*d r
hat beIfore their hvwlir' ,' '' I's
at eat

S Oe Kills pstnr
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..9' ,..,G. I W. HYDE

i ":, llTH IE JIG STORE.
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to'US 1ee i to 1 1o---- t-- t he
."of Florlda,
.i,, ho l Ankel of u lr have
"li d wih Shp al s of dal,
Rh S a l given 6104 blow,
W t.. .Gm The Big Store

"i. QI iOs *If' You Are Looking for Bargains
inRptL legi of but se bitI' .ll *______________
aawl Aliht ywa Florida,
twit el s ak e ad PagN
Ons I.' n ed of
II rIr, miP rOI r~lr !orpi!*loWn rpihl
i.rr ...'R .r"" s OUR O ER IINCS .
Bi rii 'rouptr4. *
"., srThl OIS IF.l b*ls.ri In Fl oe Ilry Goode have IIaraeted unntiii attention, A nimlber
b SSe t inaste by the' o ripou tion 1 hiavt rmaarked, 'Howa eantlinesville support a stock uf uchl
1 e Dtl. be and e111, frItna anld roportiono?"' The rasop iN that we give the hebt valuem
S, te Sd avle lt4 pem l proper* eonlstienl with honorable meraohandiiug.
fo~loHiviolea Iabnd land.*
VTtP O ON ut Po opraste
4.n. oee. e p AeAppruw h Our Efforts
d s6as 011641inn.
Sor peap. and lowi A And our business ontinues to Rrow. Our took, oomprialig the
l adeI .or' I pi g rrp latns erasilons in Dress Ooods. Norellles Rums. Art tkuarre,
A TItlii *aw b Yfl Truanke ., ,Is now ready for your lopection.

r,'g""' aShoe Satisfaction
.f..!Ir'.. .w. l I uMig For Me n, Womens and Children ean b had by wearing any of our
777 seslebrate-d ines, If you want the bees value In Shoes ever
riolll red in i inoevillie don's fail to see our line.

o n fofe 1t. ,l of

S.,hundred "TI-IHE BIG STORE."
buttsI 906( fI r One I s
S1o f l' a I net
TakeTheAtlantic Coast Line
T term wh1 k 41 rporustonl FOR ALL EARTHLY POINTS
a vw. . D P a N po. or
,or or S iItp JN "k'v tlI dS"
WoesIof thi en, ratios tVILI aedbt Jacskeei)Qe UW e MoUto
PaIbl .hl" btrt a p et, a
V*_.4!1 In'P Rapid Transit and Unsurpassed Servios
.",lr and tire ,over Time Table In 0oeff Sept. 1, 14.
.,sae me Thll Dep Dor otAINEyILLE Arriv riIm
I ailb elec ted be -- ---- -b
ON; "h """r aft bin daIirt r TakI The A l1 I!a
Semp.a .h.,, pee o.* ")- pm oals,. Leesburg ad Tampa, and a:0w p I a
'S sl l Th eleti Daiy I nearentiate Points Daily

M~~^i'.iCtI boI of dintor, F' m E aiska, Day tona, Jaeksonvile. L: pNpm
sehs uld theSI Daly 'onh, East and West Daily
^ To ^mshall *nliged, the fol- lp
1o 12:11m 1igh prings, Way rese tllvannah, Brunswick,
Pal.,B ;I: D .iy Albany. A4ant,1 -lj all Poiat. North Eas West F aiq.
Bg!t: f thaes m w. T. 8fllpm
.ti s a. o. dTietes.. t1y o ohells, Mtc supy and Ctp raa amy
| | .bth ,^ ^l...t Ii *l ik a P" . . . a d ... ... ll... . .6 .p

.AR TICLE VI. S- Hh T, Ssprng 7 ) a
Ih t I f Hi.h 8er> i ud ;1dla
?hL ;bgmm! InWdetebcdnnufl or Ibil. ilmbIil e nDay
W ,-- *l ye F.,. Iifty Thou. -- B-|--oiiT o ril-
MikeeRdrl IogIMs Insem taheSoblu Nilmfg Tates, igeood over aleby mshleD of maBng hge prn.

*""' Ih' sIM al Vt Ilrrdlwyelm the oumt m Stle, iae on rsle by tho rilnipal talhepr.W
ARTICLE VII. Through Pllmain le0epr Port TUaml to Now York, vis Allantia CoaW
The mamm and mWdenees of the Line lsA via Atlast CtOs Li ne and. Souhhert Railway.
Iesu ."--feOpit mof saidkl rporation sad tor eomplet. information, eall o
a t uof sink thevW. witbh- J. A. 0OOOWIN, Tlckot Agent, Oalnesvllle.
Swthe amber ebof at *b ubseimd for by Add.n:
irm d O, r oneei. Fl orida, PRANK H( I.TON, om'i Alt.. W. D. STARK. Trav. Pan. A
l or, 34W. .Is t or Baldi B Jamkhaovlll., Fla.
w .~ aH 10 . E IME Si4 Trl flr., J RAG, Gen, Pa. P Agr..
-g: fndg IIt ,Ila.l 10 llWl mlugb a. N.i0.WI. ntioU, K. 0.
Slt)lorI d, 1 ... ..-. ,. ..
this pqrIod s*n.s S esator
theoAiWbs "49 wZ; TCash Gro r o
strai Ii, tad AWM SI IWe r aly s n p d W. .
S O"Or, V q., WS n .el sro..."..; Alachua Pool Parlors,
w the persnms who ubseribted
t ,.1iwm,.eiha" they lberlbe4 a .io. res Prproier.
begaSS e i-geh be m-,,, ,, -,ritm <_b
b n. l-- her -a
ad I ii whreof I hav hermnto ,d h Po Buy for Cash With Discount.
^^^"'^^ ^^et p^ eGot bow so( W M mya *MIol I ol i ted In the Porseui Blo|, suth
I S s *;'tt SEI sol Ait SWthd:'ofr, A. W 1040 04usps. orh.tyu w. sVn W slmblw*
.l. I. sid A aiuM sU t-i l liht nd tproMsadnhurt We Sell the SaIm Way.
B.M. *w el VI. .The pni.ieoS. I allly invited .
aMiIbe s WMur ii. Wl.saowm. t>l( (ai s Ot l o1l
Wr CA11 Save VOlt 1114 (40)' |11

ll k to* K '-" a ie about It. T, WH, prepthe.. . .tl
ath ser r swd Slriitngoi a rt l of Ian
I w* lastduo lt W t r S itaIud'. |iw *er awt .ir, .i It a9 <,i% .sr .
., .lnmieaIew which r*le*wl Uti"- I nl se rh .t.'.ti r 4 M ituE I ,i *, *i 3~. lt,,r, ,"it ,, I t
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Ixaig of FlftIh DitrIt
was Ba g St 00MI.


SWas Enemplifled, Prominent
Spoke, and Altogether the
SWais a Srilliant Succeas-Dr.
Made a Fine Talk.
_lpllanee with the ordmr, the
.Inieetin of thu Fifllh district
Snaight1 aof PIythina wae held
Ilt Veroni Lodgeo No.., 2 Tu s.
irToons and evening, and wasi
t ibe Won sueoelful tifairl of
aver held In the Btate.
leeotng was attended by del.
Iad visitors from the ten
comprisingg the three counties
Sdstrielt, and the result was lhant
yfre over one hundred vishiurs

Blowing were appointed as rep.
llves from their respective
i Suwanee No 4, W, 1I. Andet.
Iu. tmbert, . mith;
fte No. 82, B. L. Harlow, F. B.
IH. D. Wood, P. W. Tompkino,
Kmgllrh; Starke No. 84, R. I.
;. T. A. Knight, John O. Wills,
over; Waldo No. 88, ileo. P.
I, j. Kuna, P. I,. Hioka, W. 8
lta Butler. No. 49, J. P. Tom.
0. 3. Kelley, C. F. Iivers, M.
SHigh Springs No. 51, Dr.
Uthebrland, dt. Phlfer, E. C.
I, I. MeL. (irady W . Bum-
Jewberry No. 61, W. If. Tusker,
Ulvlllalao, Dr. E. Howell,
i. Ruff; Archer No. 52. R It
,0Qeo. W.lGibbons. F. 8. Curl
MDan; i Alsua No. 82, L.
9,J. A. Williams, C. A. NKel,
*Sellum; Mount Vernon No. 20,
ONbhama, J. G.Torrey, R. T.
J.P. Bunch. Aside from this
were many visiting Knights
various lodger and other see-
e1t I~e State, Iaolading Urand
It llimark, Grand Master of
P West, Past Chasnellor J.
and Bumter 1L. Lowry, and

lgnrveatlon wAs called at 2:30 in
jreoon by Distroit iDeptuty
SC elor W. E lD ow, who in
*Silet an od graceful manner
SIe purpose*. Mr. low In.
Dr. J. Harrison lodges, past
who delivered the address
m to the visiting brothers.
l.a, who is reoognised as one
'mOas elqqueat and most r uent,
S nla tI e Htat., said:
Dr. Hodges' Speech.
stbmowledge with pleasure the
Im shown me by Mount Vernon
b Ilu askiln me to perform the
Ioi duly of welcoming you on
*iiloo. We rejoice in the privl-
htLoh permits us to welcome yox
ty and to our lodge room i and
the good Intentions with
4r01 eoame to us we meet you on
il and give you a Plthians

ite Knalhthood of the middle
t U the best exponent of
SSitlltioa of that time.
SPythian Knighthood of
Standsa for all that
td buet in our eivilixation.
Charity and lBenevoleneo
y to friends and home and
are the prinaipl esupon which
SThese principle fired the
iflour prototype& twenty lentiu-
Co the far-off in-n.kised Isle
and made of larmon and
k*heroes who will lie on down
line of centurteI to comne.
Friendship finds a domicile
ma il dwell, and Instinet with
ip and allow with Charity the
at eipres it in Htenevu-
eI nd henee the rread of Pythian
iltt its complement in fth
mmntiament that inakes the
light of Pythiau a man 'With-
and without reproach. one
th loall Iakind, il not easily
aNd thinhkth no evil.'
aIe the enatimenta which
de*r Knighthood and keep
gr cehlIvalry aglow in hearts

p lee. like that Hercules of the
ILtthleiaW. has the choice of
S- -q. the way of reon. tf
. hYoest.Y of fraternat and
6mami L -

The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.

There in a 3ti iMa~m. lrtvdail'n. in \tt s
Country aiiostdlnIIkrollfK. )itvilIl.M )4ivCtfp-
4tvlt& o r ainausivi

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2 t m rist wi 2 i tart t t1 r ; or:-
SlrL' ""'1 'ato1o'il'v

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tuck tll, vi tal orgniiiVtIS, ';.tiin f t.lrs h fy

trtItlllUlr t tClI.I, lly iti ut i miln I I In mi' i.t.kl e liy
t:kilin ler. tKihellltr' .wrlmp-Rioot, tlhe
igrht kit hn mli-1Ir 6ni l ;i I |ltr r r uin ilyl
It C frtt.I in:Illi it t n l tt Iriie anIdl

mIt sallhmI I tM., Ciallm1t fwl1 it ItlerfuIb
Sl',ltyl .i aaR 111 IIti .,ln t it,: a nmt iter-
oi'Il t alltt i riiph' in'fs* ity X e nt i
t-'milnl ll- W~ll t go ttl tl. l ilui tl -e h 11,3
aoirl tog e 111|I n r.iy tli t aiakiI tie

liimklt. lr, e11t rlt rnl l tit. nxtrar, liSiau
-ffv''t It Wt-4l3I1 the highest f, r its W,,1 lcrfiul
cIrSTA Of the ItIo,.t (litres iiig ast.++.

woot, I)r. Killers J iwa Srit totk, nAl ite
Oh h bv all lrul ittst-4 ill iftyhvcftit nl|

odressol, lir ugi/ ttlo, .. Vo, lin eve ry

It ple tday let us of hi this frCi ternlw l-

mske our work and deeds so abiding
that time Iaelf a cannot rndl whall t wit

have done. Let us help this orawr to
buldth snmene ntit oyl. f gd dlr, dr. Kil,
and nob& Cot. lHld i frternal NJoe, V.Wh
wriin th nehldorn rof u tuhi geeraou
ofner illther a the evenn htak: ray
Rbet, lr stolr's of noble)- dee )t an them
Ilem, the parents of those children mry

point lto be a let s of Pliti fraternity
And our work had dedl so abldn uc
that time Itsr eannaot undo what we
have done. Let us help this order to
build such mondmtnts of xood deed#,
and noble sets aud fraternal Jove, that
when the children of future genera-
tlons gather at the evening hour and
beti for stories of ioble deeds to emu.
alwe. the parents of thoie children rma
point to the vanlee of Pythlan history.
And lhu it it sthal, built upon *uoh
foundations and standing for such
prinelples, we are not ashamed to pro.

claim our allegiance to the order any. THROUGH CAR LINE.
where and every here.
"We attend to you who come to us Through Pullman Car Line to be Oper-
from sister' odges our warmest wel ated Port Tampa to New York.
come. Our meeting fur a common obh Effeotive with first oar soothbound
jetS and purpose cannot fail to Closer leaving Jersey Otty Sunday, Noverm
weld the ties that bind us. ber27th, and first oar north-bound
"I bespeak for you in your delibera. leaving Port Tamja Tuesday, Novem.
tions for the good of the order and the ber 2th, 1900, .the preent Jersey
pbolilding of the lodges In this di. City-Jaeksonville Pullman drawing
trier a pleasant and harmonious con. room sleeping ear now handled on
vention. And hoping to see yo again Southern Railway trains Noe. 88 and
aqd arain we welcome you as brother 81, will be extended and become a
and fellow-workers in the great Pythi- Port Tampa and Jersey City Pullman
an vineyard." drawing room leaping car line, oper.
The response to the address of wel- eating over the Atlantic oast Line to
come was made by Grand Chancellor Jacksonville, Southern Railway to
Hallmark, who interested the audience Washington and Pennqlvania rall.
in hi usually Impresive strain. Ie rad to Jersey Oity.
told the Knights assembled how plea Thlr will add materially to the ct.
ant it was to be with them again, and ready maglnIeent train ae;vee be-
how much gratifed be felt at the op. iween Florida and the great East now
portunity. Mr. Hallmark is a well- operated by these three great railroad
read Knight, and never fails to Inter- pstemes.
est his hearers. Panengers arriving from Havana
The following program was taken up and Key Wetl have but to transfer
in the afternoon: front boat toleeping ear, whieh will
"Shall Lodges Pay Compulsory 81tk land them in Wahlinglon. Iatimore,
Beneflt?"--eo. P. Morris of Waldo, Philadelphli or New York without
and others. change. Likewlse pauenger f in
"Shall Lodges Suspend Members for Tampa and loeal stations on the At-
Non-Payment of Dues?"-J. t. Fowler lanLti Oos t Une between Por T
and Jaokeonvnlle, can tske peeasgesa
of Lennon. 4 rand Chancellor Hall- td is trough Puillman ear tr paint
mark and J. W. White of Jaokhonville. East going via Columbia. Charlotte,
"Mamnner of Condoeting Ceremonie' (Ireennbowr. Ianrillo, Lyeihbumrl and
of the Second Rank."-Joe Sherouse, Washington.
Jaekonaville, Marous Eaddl. (;ilune- Bide Wanted.
a t the next regular meeting of the
"hall Any Portion or Lhe Lodge Hoard of County Commissionersr t be
'unds be ;ie d to Defray Expensle int held o Teseday. January 3rd, 1902,
L ocal lLtertainnmnt?"'--. J. Ellis of I ds will be received for hire of county
Alachua, J, II rrisotslodgts uIoianes- nvlctfor ensuiung year. All bids
villte aid othoirs. siiold be rpealed and aldressed to Ii.
't los )ftn Should Diotrie(t Con'en- l. lntoun County Clerk, frmn whu m
tiotan oIi lleld?"-ll. H. Itiehardson any desired information can be ob.
nI.,, .,h... trainedd. The riaht to rejeet any and

"115-'- r L ll, I r j *
III tnnitK Ie v'ning lthe mph Iliati on of
cervreionoisi in It !h rank of Knight was
comnferrrd in the aimplilled form upon -
two candidates in a must impressive
manner. at the conclusion of which
Knights I.owry, Wesot and White neead.
clever and iiistructivr addralses to the
hlnge. A after theer addre,~es the
Knifg:ts repaired l tr Ihe ol.l arrnry,
where an elegant spread ; ad been-
made to rftriah them, The stlpper
onslllitotd of lchickenii. salads, oyare.,
ice rearn. take. Cutffo and eigtars, and ;
uoe hidrelilrd and tiwfty-six platIl
*er- elt This drpartmentu mi. under
the siuipervio'sn tof Ktiight il It Mun.

all bid l. reeerved.
'. F. Thouiv ,. Cht. Bd. Co. Corn.
Attest: H. C. I w, Clerk.

Next Reunion at Loulav!io
New Orleans, Itk-. 14.-O(puneral WiH
liam F. ltrkle adjutant general Uinit
**d Confederale, V'eran,. autborizem
the mnousnrmn t lithat the not re-
union of the vitrrani will be hell In
li.ilvllle, Ky hll that tbe date bas
not ypt been isettted.
To Owur a Cold in One Day
Take Lasaiver Bromo tuinimne Tab
lets. All diaggisal refund the monea
if 14 falls to eure. E W tiorve's sigl
nature is on eaeh Imso. ..A.

drm, W. It, Ed4din, W. R. Holder and
H. F. MIl er of .3ount Veruon La4ge,
who "'did the thiug" to the i uee'n'
In ail, tho second meeting of the
F'fth listriet Ctonvention was a graud
telroe.,- and those who attendel are
sunder obligations to the ningemeunt
for n mrwt einmjrereivij an di)struutier
o' n rn 1tioll
i)n airiOelUll of lthe nmalrriAg.f oif their
uisor, Miao Mitrgsart lyInuh, wtiivh 0W*
eairrcd in Jackoonvill early WvtdnvP.
d ly morninotg, is Is to he rluretted that
Me'.rv. 1.. i' and 1. 0o. M. l.yhci were
not Wuab4Id t to) l pretrsent at th u imet-
Inxl. Th. t frnrr Is grand mnstei-aru t
'arms of Ih)t order, whlet thliuatter is
one of the most active nnemberm of
Mount Vernon L.odg, *nt1 take. ant
important part In the work. Friends
and brothers misted these jouiig men,
and none morJ then themselves re-
greted their inability to be presenlon
this obcasion.
Ashburnham, Ontario, rTetifies to ihe
Good Qualities of Chamber-
lain's Oough Remedy.
Asllburnham, Out., April 18, 10 .-1
think it Is only right that I should tell
you what a wonderful effect Chamber.
lain's Cough Remedy hea produced.
The day before Easter I was so dis.
stressed with a cold and cough that I
did not think to be able to take say
duties the next day, as my vot( was
almost ehoket by the sough. The
same day I received an orden from you
for a bottle of your Congh Remedy. I
at once procured a sample bottle, and
took about three doses of the medletle.
To my grat relief the coouh and cold
bae completely disappeared and I sa
able to preach three times on Easter
Day. I know tha this rapid and of.
(ctilve sun was due to your Ooogh
Remedy. I make thslI g tl6modal
without solleitation, belng thankful to
have found such a i(od-sent reamdy.
Riuopuctfully your.
E. A. LAXIFLnPT., M. A.,
Rector of Luke's Ohuorh.
To Ohamberalald Medlone Co.
Thla remedy is for e le by all drll.

Savannah, Columbia, Camdde
Pines. -Raleigh, Richmod,
ington, Baltimore,

delphia, New Yo1:I;w

Two Elegnt TIM .

Seaboard ..........

Only Line pi
Dilly Through Pullman Slps fr J S.y ,
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I U v 0 OOTRbmtrLY wun
I, Wrty of LIlIERALITY yt I
W t co r irl. e trn1 I raPlft potdlae apd r
s*oil a lar1 of your bausila

rire, le, Accideat and I

m--mAgents for thIro

Victor Safe and Lok (

The "Vietor,' ls the best mya, sMpjlU
Slg the oprhashM of a ftI, erf
f rom a bos to s bank vm4t,
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Infonr tion ehnrfmlly ofurnishlbd A i

Owr hwr thew mhml IaMd Whi a 4 l
MAN TiUMio Se IdainGL4id
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S, ft tfor although we have endeavored to provide gifts
.ed emaud the best things-the most unique
a habit of going frst.
_AIL. -1

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. o ger of Disappoin
f you I give us an early

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licensed Embalmers.
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itment in filling your list of

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Olle over Mareas iadel' AU work auuur



Magnolia Hotel, Galneeville,

An Vetos meoesataly traUed wkIMout
diL ,mlsaslkm mr4 IEamlaatuonm ftee.
MOme ]* i9t I 461! aL. $ t*o 4 PI a.. or b.y
Wt9iswaL. diilw
And olitleorlll
Reel IEtteL Oovoy1 inalg *nd UGD.
enrl Prmasee. All busieas promptly
Itatedd to. Of1" neso door to San
o ,oA. G0AIKIMalLn, FLOIpDA.

Can sell your city property, (Im.
pr vrd ad tanimproved) phosphate,
truokliU *iid lfrminf IndI. bSd him
slbst of what you offrr 14 r.
t Er t nAir

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01at In Miller Law eahane.
Frtlnk Gardner. Prop'r
Jacksonville - Florida
Best Importedd and omreeie Liqu os
and Wines in the city. .
CRowx AND B0nlh O WolK
Oot-of-town people please make f-
p *menau before uuming to have work
doe to avoid delay. Wi
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.. W..y. . ---_. -w-' --, W -. i t;S D P O Io t li g l al. n-s h :
*ii e S i i AmTTORNEY-AT-.LW, l"w ager than at nm, eonittruiwt
W"" mstertlsw%,A 1 m06% artisso
ty. ; T. .. SO,-LICITOR IN CHANCERY.... workmaship otalDabe..
Ik---e- Up to dat n every
detail mud Ur-
a C. ,.11 U lNE8VLLE, Alacibu Co.. FLA. d3s.u.
Se L. e 0, Oeo U In Endo[ Blook. .
f o m Sold by us continuously bW
pMrmi^B m~ui DB. J. HI. ALPTOMA.El. A** tM ITIn Y
Ssm., Di '. u.- T" BiE TWITT-TWO TEM
wee-- meO sIIterA Aer 1iE witoout a ingle failure. If won
1wantm piano e or a lifetime

4C. m" Mm ONOGRAM OW UW@&Si yrL
i.,..- =-***** m. mio /lumyiiu.
Swap d. ow TW 0L r* Pia ~oelka wI,

i'ga-,N 0 G* -a' M I mX & *wbm to no New M C*r.
'kC-k.i-l A- lid" :I'OImdft* Vefts rafts --- Iwo
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t t1 11' A" woes "mom PIt B Old L lol t- Ai -^ i'ca ^f

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igNOrW by uarier tar y ewloo .
p oertoer ieOttrti SWate.e
*'payur- .N ala monthm: OD-
f ~e rleti mforve weeks

ialr- I l advrutaL ller. know

Week sot leo S eIght-pe*
.Pow. puawee every Nos-
wJrdav. sad sorasau.l al s.
as week. oesI. Seta, and ge f-
asWsC Slew. Sor aaada. for s11AD
bile eolle due ir se r

atwv aevdms sf. massotlbermis.e
lerl e. Peartles omet svow kto-
i t pi for ad ertma for a 4-
H pi idVerlnl ldor tiiowc

Slife on S *to hae las-tsp

lsitre hemuselvers rI out

,siaway froti hard work.
'pay mwo s. the rool t of alley
E0we kr always diggif a fter
ipN flt.T~wtoMB- IMW ot rknow I-
j o pay tor atdverttelnr li *4-

11 lifo on in ftrtlge ]lato
^dfols your.,
jI- tirr lhemioelvel sll out

Ilbrl-elxiaon of the million-
||hio BO sueh word as enough.

i!WO *rl always dipginli t ier

i, meat, vegetable and
slai EIgland than In the


*iMr William's telegraph bill
to i0 ,16,000 a year. He hab his

IsI are sometimes great flat.
SThe tell a patient now and
hl e ha I brain fog.
s: II comeI down to practical
m an ounee of dough is better
to ot wind pudding.
arm many easy ways of lying,
people appear to think the
Wl over the telephone.
|US6 there are 20,000 quacks iIn
CTtk City. There naturally
Sbe where there are so many

,u Ishould not marry a man
IMhl. It produces wrinkles,
"lfhe hair ome nut and the eyes

lik mankind over and sum them
l doen m0m as if there are
01fSnmade men than there are

hi. RBoosevelt is the second
Of the United States to wear
il-ea saumtahe only, the other
I.beDI Grover Cleveland. Al-
Sof our praidents have worn a

S want w any n man shouting
IP who hba not paid hisdebts,"
e Evaneolit O. Fenwiok
ielo i hold n a big revival at
.Riethodist Episopal Churchb in
SI, Ind. "Iknow the difference
OIn a 5ood bell and a cracked
S"The oexlamatton followed a
AmI*a from thl votiferoL
of the audience, and the
0 I pointed remark created
on under the circumstances.
loIS b1 an evangelist with a kind
OIft that ought to be universal.
i aa dishoneat man be a Chris-
SAtl no honest mani but tries to

=l0e Msae: "A merchant in
Al a town state that his ad*
S tin year cost him forty cents
40 0a4dred dollars worth of
sa oid. H. used a half
sur with a good showing of
Sers i d wa represented in
,. of both town papers. This
a.t eontrated for a full pag
I l"m that he shall continue to
WL4 48 l=Mr m ,mnim..a. ,,m -. .to

I I..I,% V I -I;1- -.. 1 : .. ; r .7 --
THE WEALtUISyt MEN. MIrtimen grei feeverly!g
. .Pta ho N C, D e. 14 -Morntm
Whos10 Ihe w lhlest uman In the Br'ws, he New York rlubman, whe
world?, This i.a question that is. arccitletary s h(t himself whik hunt
tllaig tlhe propnlv tuth rf England and log n .r tO is,. will get well., um lk iI
tils tconutry. Ja.mU- un114liry, tle the expJ'rtal'n5 onu the urge nh wfie
English author, c4mp)ies l th following are atlind n1 him are d!Pappwintcd.L
lisl: Th re is a luie in I.- Ms (t silde thr'qi i
Alferd fint, diamotnds. I.oidon. wht.tih a mI a'i h1',at nmlii i,
$6 J(0JO(.40)); J. lt. It. UfhiirsonO ni wgijais l t 'r i..O ,A rr" ft1rd 4h ot fnom
dinit ll)liu>, .uaidtin, 4 *l ,U(,L .IlP J; .iJ isn btli, A ria.n A f 1.! g.i t:.d : lti 1
S), l iHtket .ltll- r, oil. New YN k, 2 ),.- lth ... I, , tr I l',' ..(.r w re
(Xi ,OAX): \V. IV. AwtPor. lalM t Lu d n. tott ; i I., i i'
$2..(AX ,4tXXI; Pri neo |)vngidloff. 14rll, t 1 e 1 a -*a trai t 1. r'
Ht. l'cteat-iur, *a'o,4A olnKgie, rteel, N Nw York, $1*?5.f .J- t r "i, r ,' t ,
4KJ1 ; W K. VU d rbitll, r tlr,ueadp, Now a it % .. h S .t.-' l' r
k, *I(u ,i i J.IO;, titlim l. ,k.i.- ,n the two r?, rges w( (r aimi.u!
hr, oil, Nw ,r ork.l $ I, ..(0 .1 .).. s~n.u:y! >ears'.
, tator, lxnd, New York., $ I ., ;
lord hItl hild. msu,) ledin.;. J Head About to Corst from Svr re
do i; A ta; l. t ltke nf r Wvtinlti,- Bilous Allack. r
ter, laI l, L idloni, $7 UJ 0 O; J, J ier- S ,, t i
I had a ..vere billmsl attack 'and
pout M.>I44f., \N'* Yr-k, 04 :
e),0i1; L.or leagh, beer. PDublilln .it lI -k my hind wie mmbout to burst.
970,0?O,tiX.S; Sensra Iidora tConiisio. ahen I )1 hol of a frees iaple of
C' shaiberisit'i iSomavh and Liver
mines and railroad.. Chil., $.70,*X)1,. Th1able., I took a do. of them after
(xX; 31. Hieitis, silk. Pariil, *70,).(4%J; supper. said the wext day fel like a
Baron Alphonso Iluthelhild. money new nian, and havetlben feeTrig hap.
lending, Paris, *7TU.u.tj0.; llarun Na.- P #rer s ine." e ysI r. J. W Smith
t. l Itheehil nne ledi.g o Julift, Teas. Four billousneise, tom-
rnmnl dit)hee ldl, mnoney l*ndit-.,Ib aell rubles and counliption these
VienTa. 970XOLO,OX; Archd k. Fred- tiaLlets have no equal. Price, ceanM.
crick of Aubtria. ltan., V,~,niia, 470,. For sale by all druggist.
.0EO,(Mx); teorge J. ("'u ,j railr'adid,
New York, $70,(00,t00; lre. lletly bltinard Hits New Ingland.
(;reen. blanking, $85sM.f 0; .Janle aH. New Havtn. Coun.., .e. t 1.-A bli.
Smith. banking, New York, W)0.A,- a ltt, which hogan yesterdayy ha. ser6
(M;l; liUke of levonshirr, land, Lon- out!y impede l railroad traffic and the
don. *fO,0)S,1; Duke of Bedford, ltorilm Is still ragingl ti'ay. Up to
S,,'"ork iht morning, 11 Iaches of
land, London, $,000,000; llenryj snow bad allen In Ih1t1alc, All
Havemeyer, sugar, New Yurk, W50.- rarou4 1rns are t behind their ached-
0.030l; John lmith. mines, Mixiton ules. in sonme itlance belig 24 hours
610,000,000; Clans Spreokles, sugar, Ilte. In al parts of tho state traffic
San Francisco, $4 ,000,00; Archbish. oondltiosus ,ero simllarly elected by
op Conn, laid, Venna, 40,000,00.0; the storlu.
Rusell blage, money leading, New 4
York, $25,OO,000; Sir Thomns LIpton. Whirled to Death Around Shaft.
groceries, London, 2%,000,). St. Ltuis, Dee. lt.-Joseph Was. ai.n
ginaeer for the John C. Flnck Millllag
If one kills himself he is called a sui- company. was whirled to death la the
oide, it he kills a brother he is eaLaed shafting at the plant white preparing
a fratricide, if he kiUo someobe of no to shut down the machlnery for the
kin be is a homicide, but if he kills his Eight. HI. body passed around the
town by sending away to buy things shifting three times before fellow4-.
that he ought to buy a bohome he be. ployes became awapl' of the accident
eome the entire lot of "ides" mixed and stopped the engine. Wais was dead
into one. We wonder if people who when his beoly was released.
onatlnually buy goods away from -- -
home ever think of the tendency of f
this nefarious practice. They are l
helping to kill the town in which they p e
live by deatruying its business aind
lowering the price of its real estate ,
and driving out its population.
Enough people engaged in this bui. i It is gpel trt l Mo tt
ness will depopulate any Lowpu I a a35i acagh ag rU m
short time.
A conductor in has pr.- colleeldorethretLbekaeh e
pared the following advice for his p-e
sengers: "Have no money trausar. bolls, bowel tyeubliss sklieyp
tlions with strangers,. tiive your trunk lOss, .s .u thes ai. by I
cheeks to the baggage man, and to no-
body e1st. You haven't lost any lOcBal IlasmtaUOt m I be a
freight bills. A gold brick isn't worth ueCkl, Bhe7 4 dWroly |I
bringing home. Don't ge; off he l s l d
ears while they are in motion. When s by the urn Of IiEJJJWS
a suspleious looking man asks you if Wigsu OIL.
you have loot your pocket book tell
him you never earry one. Don't feel It gets right deWA hI, usa4
for is while he Is looking. Have your
ticket ready when the eond'octor lb nerves ml bleed vessels l
comes long."' ithe abeed tiUmes, where Utn

It is a mighty poor undertaking that tr"ble Is, lN d paty sl h
cannot be made a success with the and aes0Q theM utk t *esAtL i
Proper sort of men behind it. The
principal requirements are industry. Fr all paIl, n hm Ia
tidelity, honesty and brains. If theoe i|, t| rs.urtrabe ir
are not possessed by the humbles and
as w-ll as the highest connected there. 4l, d M a BO equl IB lwa t I
with, trouble Is in store for ithe enter-* al efetitea Is the umld '
p ris. PrI'e I r 111". S
How's This? f l g a t
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of eatarril that cannot be r r sa l sa r ne rended ty
cured by hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. U. u sy & Co. Toledo, I ALL DRUGGIoSTS.
\ll. the underSigned, have knownr AL DRU --- I
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be- HME AND WON. a
ieve him perfectly honorable In all Va rtlaovmea"rs1M
business transactions. and tlnancially ***** as.aieitoe,
.... rlt lIes or *whfrlloralks
able to carry out any obligations made 's *-n.. :I' i r o mebr.le
by his tirm.r -- IP KU ton M*ra ntor r ^ ...
~holesale lsrug Hall's Catarrh Core is taken a- r.ei .,r s*I'.
lernally.laotingd reet ly upon the blood C ir : r @n r m Inus
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Teisilnunials seat free. iLrice, o per
twsttle. Sold by all druggiitir, Il. J
Take hasl's Family Palls for sonsti-.-
patio. Cream Vermuu I
A Topeka man is to be tried for lu- .
nacy for hugging girls on the street. -. j-i
Public Judgment should be withheld
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Our linll is complete andl many articlhss suit-
ed( for Xmas presents are pie- displayed at our store. Christma:s shopping
is dreaded at its host, the disagreeaTble prtt
being the crowds, rush and hurry. Avoid
this by making your purchases and selec-
tions now and have the goods laid asiPIe ifor
you, marked to be delivered ont the day
wanted. We store them free of 'charge
and make the delivery as ordered.

You never osw the like-- folasa ing ansorlment, etntilrrty dift.-*nt from any
thing ever shown here.
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Oriental Pattern landomaes a wool syr.,,er.
.Al w l P Linoleume, oil cloths. Matting
All wool Pro Brussels of heavy and pretty pattern.
Ax Minster
Velvet and Moquet

Our warehousoie full, our sture is full--over-bought, that's tlhe condition.
Mutl tmakl rtinin tot other IFuIniture. Have another cor arriving next week.
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Sglith dee p n alt that we iJ IIeUI n
i he death of (eo. M. ia1r. *
f'ho For the pat two y 7e'l "[ '-, t ,is ke dwg.l cud arllfu uod t^iiioz i1" I
of Wainesv u'rundsi pr n Th .1 ublie mind regstafing lthe
galmatsllerhad been in foilim
.-1": "'"""s CbutnothOrrect Clothes

I of his dvath which co-
I ts Friday as mid -day,t came als [I tndl.Tai. al by Schlo,) Btro. o-
9f a shook co the cominu ', ., e Batiinr *t I is ourIp$ielall
i -i tr aTtell awl mug son a m@ nwI loM
la Git ermyi .lrr. teller 'I ri ': .!7 eri.r In styl ant workm .e ea-n eMrfe
lgglrse,+ whsr oil'y lwihe araeae hip t,, ,tlr ,nau + redy-to-wear apparel+ illt eas led nrseo
Sa W to ler athod in s old uthi don't be deceived by the clothing pictures y'.i seet ,e01 9uI
Ad served as a soldier in the in the msRasinw ailve'rtiselm.nt. Take then elaburat' asl !lslnmmowan
Army during the Cil illustration. and aomsanr them with thet s tclth.y Il hsi%
40$ seloes he entered a bull. claim to represent an watch the effect upon your opI |ino. eia la
An was for many years the The s deroteloi
a weas fora ef Hall ar "Fine pictures do not make line clothes." ls one 'of "ofuh
Iprsentaltlve of a Sthe .hlose slogans. This make of clothing stade on *Fl l F I!
Lwhoeble drogglest. of Noe the ga ilne quality etually found in each garment.
easiness here ant d wasoTheons in the Intrati on but faintly repro. de o I
ansts she latest hTapei of liable Breasted Seek. W. IiW eevt

sho ails&iarman ltsterling in. n ntfo
Ioll esa man of string ia have it in the piqa lar ura'sis and fancy mixtures SIe leas 4,to
peusessing the absolute cuili-. 191""
$ et:h whole co nill unity. 14r o l
won for many friends f he" p er j*
tther with his lunvedU I s FROM, aUP a s s ti i..
his loss." Oh6e fot#p6
Fight Will be Bteri. aion.

against the Conttinuairto)O-TI

Vlighs itmomn w ill iorles ,iet inn s OWG r

469sT. It. I 'eall of Beall. .11 ipu.,.0 110"
oe$: amptofall hmyp a ife i ahahi S!
rsy ptotn of etnth anpti on. She o-* t
KinssNew D everyy after Sen. Tiima i n Fight c rum. l who
Ilg else had fale d. Improve-. a hiliin. De T T.,illan a.
ems it once nd four bottles resolution dirvct ti the I I coni .
'eured lhtr." O*uarmiired by nilute on Juicinr od :nuire into thet ni. I p q
ibts. Prict, 5ci:., ad n$1t i. ri val uhry of t ret a l nt J1 (iintnt o r od l!l4.- *wae0a
taken up by the commn1uaRIi 2( today ansl1 on saEd.ter Nov 0,saor kwbi
diiacu',i at I ronih. Thibe rt n iltitilt nd ..e i,,
) eglate A~aint A-rc a, s nr wan i utrotucN by 1r Tilrnan d at t.he 2t %eiAuir trains Es No'. R s .. -# ItJr lalt 1\ t -. No. 13 8 Bel iadS
IDc it % A v.- t., am result of t crnti atd %ued by him re Lv Jacksonillel.noRy 1r 7kl, .Ai Ar htlli. hm i t i' y 7 p he00 fi
t sh u tminh-aI 't th r erprteInta.4 ,prevent the condrnatiml(n of D I" JeSup 1o f i 4 i 0s 1ii 40p 1 Jr'1e, a F NI KS 10 sh uIIO6Phe
* the fW61r.Ltl'tto inA behalf Cru. gn rninat for college r Clubi So Hy 1 l A Alai bn ky ( mmemgah

hA lerican omines r of the portl o uht un. of Ilr*to Ar tharlott0e .o 1( U 40p b ) I I,' r* k'r e .e No ty 6 66 eurnesly "p ......
peasure csancemjlat te ha the Ar I. nehburg .Soi y 1 - 4 Y2r tr( Cincnritrn u s i) *wlne equal to *hi''r tituntndaig s. S. Bailey, P. I True. Texas. Ar Washington..Io Ro y 4 1* t I .'np Ar t'hisgo,, II lai* lu',ur 7 I .lu.epladty.
IN.iler-c ,err T ,. w hu. per- writee: My wife halt been suffering Ar W. Philadel'Ia I' RKy I 4t. 2 .s Ar Chicago. ill Pa Line. 7 lh dsm's ln.-
i-+ AShe years with paralyss in herlarm, .thh...Aea W.awt-aysne .ar reYork P an4 I.i 4 6 :0. (Ih '(ieoin"* 0 C hi 1 _l 85 M1.1P .'
bel ....rcn.whrn I was persuaded to time Ballard. No. 34- New York and F'oridi i. Ar Chig.. U C H & D 7 W *hrouyl mnwernl.
.. MAiuw Lininsent, which eured her all press." Daily Pullman Drawig li,-,g I.em rtirn~,aat,. ( '11 & 1) 9 *P 9bserfolly e e
PREVENTS BALDNESS. right. I have also used it for old "Uleeping Car between Port Tamua, Ar Toledo, ib 4I & A1) 5 wus ims a1
-- sores, frost bites and skin eruptions..laJksoknille snd New York. Ar W) .... PM 7 5 ,
No. 20-"Wmshinuson and Florida I) 1'; l~ect SlOp D hoefu"i
Coa mm IS. *lelmedp Wne It do'I the work." 2"c, boa, 51 (). Limited." Iaily Pullman liratng vr Pinttebrgn.'P Un slfa
V Im~an. ci ael~en. i S hld lay WV..N. .Iuhnsists. l Itom 81leeing Car Jacksonsil 0 t5, (. *t Four S Sp .a
ht flirnet thinE In the wo, rr .- -. New York, ., .. ..F -r. ,p

Sto be necenaarily hald. No man Removed for insubordination. Ar C iv****Iid. 0 HR Four 64 n I54
ttIMr not dead at the roots, n eed Wahiiit'u, I. 4 --I'Pr nir Through "The lsand of the'ky." No. 4 Lv .rxUngo, in,. Ky So Ity ...* p w W
it h" will use N.ewbru' llerpl-( (finerl \'in. iny r'nv rmovM fruom r v .acksouvlilv. ma .. So lly 7 Mp Ar Louisville, KI) o My lp ,
as now sanip antitepitlc. llrrpt- office Frank It Cunningham, thr Sith v L avanah*, 4 S o ly 12 It Ar HSt. Louli. t. Ho Ry 7 82 1
the g..rm thtit cut. the hair e rl Colniinha, .tr S i Ry 0l (
root. and cleanI IA the ea, Omah. N.t. m4rnl rurrira r. who Ar Ashriloe, N o. Als 1 t o"p No. IS--")'tI e lornd T LiteLd."
anId raiva It In a perfectly pr ide'nt of the National eatlon r Hlot Sprinl. N. C So l 2 8p daily slid vtlibule train, through
aendltlon. Mr. 3lannutt. In the of Rural Carr( r_. Thi dlmlbmali Ar Knoxville. Train So Ry r It)lp 4day beaches and ullman inrlpiug ca
I Blo. i. e l iL M tt.. wast en- th. s th re lllt of n inv I fitl t n of Ar Louisrille0 So ity N MF ,ack .oil. -. M -
tme 4 tn. eemt,. of hair charges of' lianhorllatllon of Iing hI,. Ar St. Louis ko 1 4 Wip Northwest "No. 11 Bt
and nature did t woik by cu. St0m iiuly Ulilln Iav al In A r innn-i Q - ivackonrille, Fit So R y 7 45p
whed with thick h:ir an inch vYn;at;nr of the president's orelr of No. 0)---Daily Pullman drawit l room L. Jesu t. t .o Ky 1(% ap
It sti weeks he hbad a normaln J 31. 1902, prothibting individlial and hiffet sleeping ear between Jak. I Ar Macon. (m So Ry 8 00
L r., Sold hy '-dllltdr lIrurg .ns rtS A'lipsand Ata So 9 42S L%
SIn aml or t ,mpl Ifo Tht. or ,raiolized attempt.h of overn.ent sonvill. and S. I.ois. !Ar Atlanta. (is So Ry 6
Co.. lDetrtr,m)lch. Mrmpiloyew to Influence leg lsation to o. Ar Anhil I HSoy 9 42
'erct ic rase aOAr Iirm inghi arn Ala. Sop. Ry I 4k *
i n1 w. s''l Ar,.l+ Alclt Ir e of pay' T'wo TrI'tinfs Daily ir, Ql Ar iiphit. 'Tu F ris.o 8a 9 0P
A Frighten d Horse. % .r Kaa l lCity. Mn Friin 9
rf I _l<.v Mfeili. 'Icton 8 &
It AUE- IESB' Ii.nnnRg like mad down the street Ar Hot Sprina., Ark fa
I their accidents, are every day occur. ly. I'ullnan drawlini rfuoai sleeping
tc reri*. II bIehioove tevrybody to have NOW YOrk. cars ibtween .aektntville. lirming-
H O S a re Vlllel u alve handy and there's none ham. Memtphis and KLntsas City.
iNi l...- ood a luckleni's Arnica Salve. rm NT USN CAR IRI E.
Iturns, c"it. sorec.t rczema and pc tilries -- Ammunhidn and
disappear quickly under its soothing ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE : I
SONE NS T ( effect at al drug store. From New York. Washington. etc.-No. :.. Washington and Florida Lim.
ited." 0:00 a. m. A aried sleetio of Olt~re
ay, c. 15 th MAX K RA US ~rm Iro Chica!o. Cincinnati, Chattaniogar. Atlanta. Fet -No. 14,. "Florida Plated and olid Bilver Phoe
day) 1 l :MAX KRAuS"N, Limited," 0:85 a m.
y D c From Kanels City. Memphil, BirminRhanm. etc.-No, 14. "Florlid I.imit-
I Rea,-retltinR ed" 9:83 a in1|.
F' e.......e F dFrom nincnnati. Ashevillv, .te.-No ;'. Washington awd Florida i.m- largest L S ell 11 liF iI V
Iasen,. ited ." 9X m 0 in.
eCha King and Company E. A. EIL & Co., ru fr" rom New Y ork. WIahinglon, et.-No. W. "New York and Florida Ex. Amlrk R f
r r." .E7:40 !p - l I weed Woe n pi
l,. I'reie,,lig, WHOLESALE SHOES j. U. .tSK, l)istrict Pa'enger Agent. 14A W. Hay St., Jacksonville, Florida .-
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U.TiRold l -et Pare wagraphsth
Whet HMe Who Rues May N-des
with Cashmea A 3il3

Maollum 4a Co.
vowte at sINg and Pony BShow.
wib ll win the f rlil 2t
Rbe and Mandy from Coney Is-
n"w with %e raintal.
1A. WaIrr of Valrbaks wava a vi-
l Ot nlvntiltl yesterday.
rNit Train k obberm hold up a

Em. hpto hl returned from

," the wonderful amlad-Poad-
will owp yoor In St
eL. Phfl er an rm Coned from a
ials to he old home at Windsorl.
ry M. Chilty Ism returned from
is lals to li prens r at MeAyopy.
i* A. 8trlekland of J'laradlee was
the vTltors to thil ity yesterp

B us Nill e bok luerd to Wr. T.
Reward if returned to The

Ion i llJohrnon of AJtlantu. s.
t.' *" ity on a wlit to Mr. and Mrs.
l,. Aldermand
ltwo bli show, the reat Train Rob.
lad Rtoe and Mandys. for one ad-
this week.
L. Duke of Dunnellon Ia pending
j..i day hllre looklui after his
willle Interests,
,Aster a pleasant visit to thi allyt.
an d tMs. V. It. lesser of EvinsTion
r ntured to their home.
blnl Alias Johnson, a elarminR
3.lady of Atllanta, li., was reoil-
t t h the Brown irue yesterday.
a R a Beall of Tionfa, a valued am.
Softhe Union Phosphate Com
i.r, wa a visitor to this olty eler-
mIp Van Winkle, by Oheas KinI and
rtney. at the oper home .onight.
'rfi Aln re hnonable. Sate on h alr

d. y. Diekey of Hl .h Bpriase we
hothe whon Houame to Unrdvill
attend the diPthrie phmeetin of the
,wa sito of Pythial
I;.p lm nber Rtp Van Winkle at the
an houet tonight. One of the beoti

||t_. prientled by one of the beet
s!pauis on the road.
.e Wednelday morningHl to pr Mr.

"P fd M W. E. Croiler, North Pleas-

~ l treet, a fine twelve-pound girl.
*i. Sen. will uther friends, extends
' T. Durtn, a prominent citizen of
OF r who came vto Oalnesville to at-
HKs the diltries meeting of the
alghti of Pythia., returned to his
E. It Ray of Jacksonville. one of
k leading buslnuns men of that city,
I here. oh business. Mr. Ray is a
aimher-in-law of OGs Erickson, at one
he a resident of tils city.
M~sOro Venable of Kaapaha, a
. betr of the firm of enable A
Ii11 naval stores operators and
I~',tfma turers of lumber, was a bulsi tolior to this city yesterday.
ii* waintL 1.,O000 pounds of scrap
i, iOo0 pounds of crap bra*. Will
!~!S the'ighest price. Bring us your
pil Iron and bras,. Iainesville
S rP and Machine W'orke, Gaines-
PIa. dim
i; Wi~a. 1k, lkln of L'hiladelphia.own-
of the GOlf COprss Company of
lKey, w asI the Brown House
dii ay. He was en route to Cedar
r Where e will look after his im-
US l haber interest.

Al:tera brier visit to this eity 8. .
l lof High Spring. proprietor of
!aew York Raeket. returned to his
il teIr rday. He came for tile
IIf- of Ittendin.a th. Astriat nmlat.

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ehus were among the visitors to this
city yesterday. They were defendants
in a case where Wimmie Drew and
Mae Collins were sulog for poenslsion
of certain property. Testimony was
taken before Judge Mason, W. 8.
Broome representing the plaintiffs and
W. II. Palmer the defendanls.
Among the most Important shows of
the carnival Is "A Day in The Alp,."
which U. D. Baker, the proprietor, has
so far been unable to introduce be-
cause he could not secure the nese.l
vary lights Mr. Baker feel very bad.
ly that e has not cceeded in seur-
ing the necessary aeoommodation In
the matter of lights. The press
throughout the country speaks very
highly of his show, and it is to be hoped
that be will yet be enabled to make a
display here.
Rev. J. P. DePass of Jasper was iu'
the city 1yeterday. (r. t not
only one of the best preachers In
the tate, but one of the oldest and
moot popular. lie has been for thirty-
eight yeas a member of the Florlda
Conference. during which tme e he ba
tilled many charges. Dlr. DeiPap. who
hea been at Jas.ler for the past two or
three years, has been assigned by the
Florida Conference to Arcadia. He Is
well pleased wlih hi assignment, and
it is needless to add that the conorelgas
tion of his church will be pleased.

Mobile, Ala., Dec. 24. 1 W0.
Dr. E. W. Hall, St. L oui, Mo.-Dear
Sir: Havinng tried different doctors
and their remedies for several year
for back and kidney troubles, I found
nothing saueatsful until taking The
Texua Wonder. Hall's (reas Discov-
ery, and, being rapidly cured, the old
saying with railroad men is. "(lod
bless the man who invented the Pull.
iman sleeping ar," but I sao. "'od
bless the inventor of Hall's Texas
Wonder." Yurs truly,
N1. A 4). It. It. Co., Mobile, A la.

One small bottle of the Texau Won-
der. Hall's (treat Discovery, eures all
kidney and bladder troubles, removes
gravel, curea diabetes. seminal ea-le-
lion., weak and lame blaks, rheumP -
tlim and all irregularities of the kid.
nme. and bladder In both men and

Our labor s oNtrtssuOes avlpe le I
tre advaean to emp1olet0 0 wr
1 a I Oe In ; oftU et per at
A drled, ub with oider,. tf.
M. R,. M.Chamberlil and J. W.i ar*I
AM~m e l A= *l |lall*. two ei*builetle Kiighsofi la*
cm eT SWl 01 AnmE, roM t M op,. w ri Yir ei.
... ThGo eastoLe ettenLtd the dlstrlel M0e
The Holiday Season of 1904 'I N the K. of P., -6d.*da ed
Swor thoroughly. Mr. RoEli X sh1 ild
t now upuon usu an we hirn I aturndly deelare ihas DDelpk
made annual pnlpainliors
for suppilo agour eastomors brought a B or sek so a hea delrradlkr
with iba suitable for Ure sld that his family will not be requairo
00e .bn The greatest wso to sook aiblhla for the men wrwL.
l~eeSti of toys are now onI Bet that is ois of ERnliht1 aul..l
display.. . admnitbeitakenforwht llis woellb.
Dl- ays It's worth "o arM ek*
The Biggest Line of Dolls sll "ool.
We bhve ever carried I now 4. Finly Chapter,
open tfor inspetion. Prices .
from le op o $4.0. . Th J. Finley OI tpUr, V. D. 0.,
-- '" 'will meet Thanday afternoon ast tl
reuiduee otf Mr. J, M. Riven at 3
Doll Carriags In Great Variety orelosk Mm.. (. K, BU. ais, Pan-
From 36o to 8, Full liMe IM. J. L., Ro. Sel.
or tir MeUIaI Dll amrriuael.
Toy Waone--all else and price,
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Pictures, Albums, Purses, TS DS
Wattoes, Chain.t, Mi I- ll
Rolls i St n ds Fay While unerepalom maaetasqt.
Iox Pa r, Fountain Pass
nd all rind. of things sui- w d iontor arne flooding the |n
able for presents. I W .s itm wort.letsee ts n&11l Ma
.,_ n e al_'"._d m__l_"= _. r

Buy the "old man" a pair of
He will like them.
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The Grandest
Line of Furniture...
Hueh as Parlor Sult, Lounges,
Oak and attian Rooken,
Center Tables. odd piles,
to.. ever ihown.
Remember we are she people.
Full line of Peters Loaded Shells
Just in.

Come to the Sale
whloh opened on the 14th. We
have many good thins fur you.

Do You Eat Rice ?
We have got It, and it as
yours. Come to see ue and
spend the day.

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which has been maintained throughout
the world, t evidence of its mu rort.
t ; and a the New Home being Ma,
Shine Company has always enoyd U
enviable repusatlio of mausaeturtliY
firNt-elas sewing anachines, there p
be no hesitation in buying a NtW
lo not be imposed upon by arisi
ieling you that some other macbthi
Is Just as m or ask 'thoee who habnv
used the NIs HOME for a quarter
of a century and be guided by wh t
they say. For Light ltunning, Sla-.
plieity and Durability the. New H 'om
ha no equal.
If the agent in your losality aInslat
on selling you some other macbtne
write to the undersigned and he will
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Do's mals ithe Train Robber. Look out for the Ursat Train Rob. Write st Our I Fmi i

are good. ee ub. the w erl terftrmrnep rof m W
Mre O. W. biallu or atooseb was the lto said Pony Show. 2 i UIUnIsUWOI t ice
. th.lty. estarday. h Jh n Hollyl jf Arrl'ondu us, Ira ll
t .it Ithe Dw y d moni Bhogw. bct sio n' in the c,,t-ity yese rdayI HO[UI
Its **rsaiely she. t BRev. Oham 'uueaar or aMlanopy was
Mrs. A. V. Sadler has returned from a1inol1 the visitor t this city P ster. A ...
a viilt to relatives at Hlgh 8pripr. dl ay. .i.
Harry (irney of High Sprinap was Afir a lplasait vitit to lMr. eand Ii i"
smODX thoevisit w to lhislcity yesttr- rs. F. Wilnwrialt in title city,
day. .rnn. W. i1. Peak and t wo children ol
y lAk.Pruvie.o.. La.. and ,r.. J. ". n
W. T. Williams of Jackonvillle is L d and threachildn of Stal rk
pendlg a lofew days in the eity as tile l their o sr Mrq
_^o^ ^ ..'.r h -have mnde their dertl r Mr. I"" ....
guest of friends. Pek and shildreentepeas to remain in
Ladirs' calling eards printed in latest take ma the guests of friends iad rel.
style at Sun office. Orders for enrav-l aite until after the hlaiday., when | t
lag executed on short uolie. I. they will return to their Loliaina No. 4 CretamN Itcher SaOe
Mrs. II. W. onnselly and daughter home. No. "264 Sbmr l, i wo n natch r O
of High Spriins are a ithe eity, the Mile Orton'r Soiilheru i' .,w,, mem. -
guests or Mr, and Mrs. J. E Wain. priling a duo and pony show nt uero. ....
wrghtl bai perfornasmae, w.ia r.-enr in T T T T
When iyoia ant a pleasant purgative iuatesville on the laftern -nn~ d evon. l I I
try Charwis;in's itomaoh mud Liver lag of the s inst. This siow is use, 7 1 Li 3
Tableoi. ityi are easy to take and
produose no nausea, criplig or other 1 bt f the kind o1 I tle rlad,
lisasreeable efeSt. For sale by all aind the press notieo from all 'se l;,nTH lj.sT I USY SrORE
druggist,. of the country are ilrst-olas la lv Utr
.1. B. Cutle r, for torlyl rrainmaster of respect, Tho how ls ef strtiety tHui h. I"
the Atlainti Coast Line but now re* re birth, and I le and irednei is N ow ,
aged la the manufatere of e at every way. The management ur ith
Iamnello, Crystal River, Floral City, te0 to give first-elsl serve, mad W thJ ra1u i.l
Dade City sad Lakeland, was a visitor hose wkho aend are assured that mI rl B
to this ety yesterday. Mr. aler's ao g but refined work will be intrn HOLIDAY L
friends here were glad to welcome him 4wd .1'
agal. W. r. Beehaa has returned from
Among the visitors to She dstret lSouth Ferida, whbee he ha btren lls and Fa1 cy d.
meeting, Knights of PythiM., which lokig after bhe ora ad vegetab l. ilea, .I
was held in this eity Tuesday, was lnrp i th laterest of the emmalsion Dres tU:.s,
tiorge A; Potter of Blralogs 4prlngs, llR he pw nona. r BIehllnma
N. Y. Mr. Potltr, who Ii a veryet. states thus he hkas be a reglar vit s.li_ ice l,
thuslastil Knighl, is spending he wl. i Lr to Florld for many year, but
ter with his family at Waldo, and is sever sw anWb fine proper u a are Chi ren' T alr ts
dellnhted with this aeetion of the now Instore for South Florida,
oounlry. ldlly that eltion from Lakeland and all kind of
rt i M r Ch fJksh oot the Oharlottf Harbor divrl- is-
r. d rs. ase olon of the Atlante Coast Line. The Rul lankt,
sonvlle, who came to siaielvillsI .oe esp 4 spial n e., th ro' I
terday for the purpose of a hunt. have r U p 1 espelly U11 1 ow
gone to Ariedundo. Mr. bChase Is also n ares resiving lHa prices, and
ond of huntng, ad itter the umbrer ho untsry is on a &big boom. We are biddin for Iourt IA with
food of hunting, and with the num!ber,.,&the bes hted nook lt she e,
of fine dogs brought for the purpose." -- -- t pries whlh bring us bIatle e
the couple will no doubt enjoy the xt
sport which they have anticipated. I
J. I. Holder andA GravBof Ala- Mrs. R. WIL 0 ON

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that the orlantat hon was. strong
enough to feed them frr )yars. If ntn.,
es0ary, and advised thetn to stick
.to the uiton to the end.

Farmers to Buy Cotton.
Villa Itllo Dc. Dec. The farmers
propose a scheme in this eetioln tc
cut off the cotton receipts. The mna
Jorlty of them have sold their cotton
from -* et nts to 10 ctrnti. They say
that cotton at t in a gIwui invest.
sent. and they propose to buiy back
a11 they can ge. and hold It off the
market. The gins are running about
one day in the week and oly Pge aIouto
half day of full ruiting.l
Evangelist Arrested as Forger.
Partl. Te. I i-t. I- The Iev. A.
A. Arthur. M. 11 Hoad. as ar-
restedtl w'hile, Icl1ndhtI1lin a rM rtanal t at



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the long line of coturies to come.
Where Friendship finds a domicile
Charity must dwell, and instinct with
Friendsbip and aglow with Charity the
heart must express itelf in Ienevo.
lenee; and hence the tread of lythian
virtues fnds its complement in the
sublime sentiment that makes the

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Inest Esofttement Prevalis as Guards
.and Deputles Riot.
S tmadapst. tJc. 1.--'iet city hai
ena Ihoe Inos t of if pant lInumiarian
elattceent hat bee.i rntirply over-
saldoul.0l by thlle )v Larifn e-fflct'i by
Members of the oppiosthlun party this
porMla (In thti.r Iaucc? sftl efforts to
percent the olmi'uii of 1prliumint. A
quarter of an huntr to tron the time
appointed for the coi'rmenclmnnnt of
tbO huslness the opipulLton mustered
a fall strength.
one of tIe government's sup.
porters had arrlvel and tlh opposition
bad the bouse to themselves with the
egp)Uon ofm tIe personal luard of 40
see provided for the protection of the
psiddeat of the house. The presesme
at these guars, who occupied the aW
pareIsee to the preldeitlal platform,
*aled to alafm the oppoeltoae depu
tc Wvho, In opprobrious terms about-
e to the lugpariaa. who could per-
Orm such ehamesMl service! The
d4ttlee teom approsehbe the platform
04f a amlre with the guards eased.
te guards fought their way to the
o tore it to ptece, scattered
eftbrim over the house, tore to
Nome the odes of law on the pressl
*4l* table, mashed the tablese ad
sotirs, ali destroyed the platform aad
4ltrtbeItod Lec broke pieces among
Sdeputiee who thut armed attacked
ithe aprds and after a brief fight
droew them from the house. The
deas were then torn down and the In.
tasIr of the house was Almost com-
pely wreeklet None of the liberat
embers ventured inside the house.
*ad the oppolttlon members after come
plUag the ruin, established them-
ea oa the site erstwhllo occupied
by U prfMtdesttal roetrum.
Ther'bberale have been summoned to
fhrefnoe to decide u= their course

Chinee OWelral Will Put an End to
Their Disturbances.
New York. Dec. 14.-A apelial report
s TeViroy Yuan cunctern i antl-for'
(pa aioetiaer In Huenn province, has
j-t been published. says a Pekin dif.
patei to the Ierald. The leaders
lve all bees arrested.
An edict removes the local, evil and
I!'.trry mandarins at Sinalan for ame-
hC necO and orders the governor of
Horan to reform the admnlnitratlon
of Ithe province.
An Imperial decree Iha been Itined
abollshlnl the ovreruorahip of the two
provinces. luspel sad Hunan. The
leeroy of Huspel Is directed to assume
the duties of governor of Ilaupel In
addition to his own ditietm. The vice.
moy of Hunan and Kwchitn tllewkisq
.seasre the duties of govervmt'nt t1

These mEneasres of economy are in
harmony with recent ellcts requiring
the aboItlomn of uselel ffic re and the
reductloe of exzpenne,.

Advleed to Stand By Untein.
Biritigham, Ala.. Dec. 14.-E-lvward
lypa,l in addresstlh a large father,
l-. of strlklut miners at Hrmokslde%
Ma 0 to tetI that t was now a quew
ties aI to whether the slrikcrs cin',
be supported lndefinitely or whiethef
tb eompstutes wurking- l'|i' shog
intes could continue Indflitntely mint
lag Inferior and lanltffdrlent coal Mft
eoke purposes. He told the striliker





The Work Was Exemplified. Prominent
Knights Spoke, and Altogether the
Affair Was a Brilliant Success-Dr.
Hodges Made a Fine Tak.
In eomplIsace with tb order, the
weeund meeting of the Flfth Distrlet
of she Knights of Pythias was held
with Mount Vernon Lodge No. SDTuee-
day afternoon sad eveamig. sad was
one of the most easefel afraid of
the kind over hbd In the Btate.
The meestng was asteaded by del,
psete sad willt ore fri the tea
lodges, eomprilang the three coauntl
et the distrtet, sad the result was that
there wer over one hundred visitor
The following were appointed as rep-
sreentuatveefron their reeeptiv
lodgeet Buwamee No 4. W. H. AIder
ome, H. 0. Brnbert, E, Smith;
Mtieaopy No. 8, B. L. Barlow F. B.
Hester. H. D. Wood, V. W. Tompkinu
W. O. English; Sarke No. 84. 1.
Kiekliltr, T. A. Knight. John C, Wills,
0. Ft -oover; Waldo No. 8, (leo. P.
Mortis, J. Kuan P. 1t. Hieks, W. B,
Thllli; Lake Butler, No. 40, J. P. Tom.
llnoaO, O. 3. Kelley. 0, Rivers, M.
H. Markey; High 0#priusp No. 51, Dr.
'Wn. Sutherland, 8. H. Phifer, E. C.
Diokey, H. NeL. l tredy W. C. Som-
menr; Newberry No. 66, W. H. Tuoker.
U, W. Lievapato. 1Da B. Howell,
Dr. J. F. Ruff; Archer No 52, 2. t. .
idudgeon. Gwo. IW. Gbboos. I'. H. Curl
A. T. iutran; Alachas No. W. L.
N. Pearee, J. A. Williams, C. A. Nel.
J . Kellum; Moaun \sVruon No. 21,.
A. M3. Cuhman, J. Torrey. . T.
Sehafer. J. F. Buneh. Aside from this
number were many visiting Knibhts
from the various lodges and other see*
tionu of the 14alte, including Grand
Chancellor Hallmark. I rand Mf uter of
Exchequer West l'as Chascellor J.
W. White and Sumter L. Lowry. and
many other..
The conrvetion was called at 2:30 in
the afternoon by Distriet Ieputy
Grand ChanceLlor WI. E Iw. who in
hi usual edaient and graceful manner
explained its puripow. IMr. l'ow in-
trodueed Dr. J.' Harrison Hodges. past
chaneellor, who delivered the address
of welcome to the visiting brothers.
Dr. Hodges, who is rarennized a. one
of thie moot eloquenti anit most ttuent
speakers in the State,. said:
Dr. Hodges' Speech
"I acknowledge with pleasure the
oourtesy shown me by Mount Vernon
Ildle in asking me to perfonn the
pleasant duty of welcoming you on
this occasion. We rejoiee in the prili-*
lege which permits us to welcome yofu
to our city and to our lodga room ; and
knowing the good intentions with
which you come to us we meet you on
theTrisnrleand give you a I'ythian
"As the Knighthood of the middle
ages was the best exponent of
the elrilizatio of that time.
so the Pythian Knighthood of
today stands for all that
is truest and beet in our civilization.
Frindship. Charity and lBenevolenee
and loyalty to friends and home and
country are the prineiplee upon which
we stand. These principles fired Ihe
hearts of our prootypes twenty eentu,
ries ago on the far-off sun-kissed Isle
of Sicily,..and made of l'smou and
Pythia. heroes who will live on down

it. 8. an.d M. of F.; j{. .. Hodls
1M.of E.; I.8. .Bradley. 1.(G.; I.. 3
Shipman, ). ti.; Ja,. N. Klnner, !
'. C. representative to strand lSdi
F S. CuTI, with A. T. hiutenm 5
ternte,. 0. D. Wood, A, Cha1 r
blin, 1I. It. )ePPas, Trustees.

To Legislate Against America .
Paris. l)fe II T-The Atun' r1Mn *a"
bassaidoir I itinLl kin Iutent rnpreesentr'
t(1111 to tbio foreign office in beisif
3f the Amterilan insurance compali&
M'rinIn the lewttires of the insur&Se
rovlsbon law pasel by the chambtrt

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made to refresh them. The supper
consisted of hieken, salads, oysters.
ice area, cake, coffee and cigars, sad
one hundred and twenty*ix pl tes
were set. This department wa under
the supervision of Knights M H. S un.
dero, W. H. -ddine. W. B. Holder and
I. F. Miller of Mount Vernoo Lodge
who 'did the thinr' to GO qugen
In all. the second meetuig of the
Fifth Diltrict Convention was a grand
sueesw and those who attended are
under obligations to the management
for a most impressive ad intructive
( sister. bs I rgaret Lyneh, whiekbO.
ourned In Jackonville early WedS,.e.
day morning, it Is to to tw trPtted that
Mesers I.. C and taeo. 1. I.yneh wee
not enabled kt be present at the meet.
in. Te former rand s t erat.


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the lamp of hivalrylr allow in hemrts
of gold.
"'Evryone, like that Heroules of the
Greek mythology, ha the shoiee of
two way--on.s the way of remon, ofl
evil, of honesSy, of fraternal love bnad
charitable seta-the other, the way of
vine, of idleness, of dishonest and de-
eeil. Lt us ee to It that all in this
Igrat fraternity keep la the former
way. Let no Pythaln estry of nto
thl paths of idlenen and vies.
"And so the doctrine thai I would
praeeh to you, Brother, is that while
it is yet day let u or this f raterity
make our work sad deeds so abidlng
that time tlelf nseo ao ndo what we
hae done. Let e help tibi oduer to
haild scb moinems of I ood deeds,
sad noble et uad fmernaMl iove, that
lhe the *ekidres of fu ature nS
teasr father at se enelag hoor sad
beg fo r torie of noble domed to eas-
late, the pwarmte of thae e liree mm
ponla to tbe paM of Pylthie bia ory.
And thus is t that, bell upen oeek
foandstlosr amd standing for Nehk
prieiples, are sat ushbmed to pro?
claim our blleliame. to the order say
where and oeerybhete.
"W e ated to yo wh o m o us
from sister laodes our ware sl-
aome. Our meeting for a eoma ob-
Jest aad purpose nt fail to eloner
wtd the ties that Mad us.
"I bespeak for pyou I your delibera.
tions for the good of the ogder sad the
upbailding of the lodges In this die
tr*el a pJeaat and harmioulosa eon
vnotion. And hoping to moe you pain
and agin we welcome you as brothers
and fellow-workefr in the great Pythi-
an vineared."
The tespoms to the a4dres of wel.
eoam was made by Grand Chanoellor
allmarrk, who lnterelted the audience
In hie usually imprsive strain. He
told the Knights uspembled how plea.
ant It was to be with them again. and
how mueh gratiied he felt a; the op-
portunity. Mr. Hallmark is a well-
read Knight, and never fails to Inter.
set ibe heated.
The following proranm was taken up
Ir the alterumonR:
"Shall LodIes Pay Comnpulory Hick
Blenefit?"-Uto. i'. M orri f uWaldo,
and ot h-r.
"Shall Lodges Buspend Metmber for
Noo-l'ayment of Dues?"-J. It Fowier
of Lennon, Randnd Chancellor Hall.
mark ar.d .1.. White of Jaeksonril;e.
"Manner of Cuodueling Cerrenuinse
of the Sbeon Ktank."-Joe rherouee,
.Iaeksoaviile. Marcus I':ndel, (ialneg.
wills, and others.
"Behall Any Portion of the Lodge
Funds be Ilted to Defray Expenas In
Local Enter(spanmeni?"-8. J I Ellis of
Alachua, J llsrrison Hodges of ;aines.-
ville, and others.
"liow Often Should District Conven.
tions be IHeld?"--H. H. Riohardon
and others.
In the evening the exemplifllation of
ceremonies in the rank of Knight was
conferred In the amplilled form upon
two candidate. in most impressive
manner, at the conelauion of which
Knights Lowry, W~rt amd White made
clever and instruictive addresses to the
lodgt, Alter these addressee the
Kaights repaired to the old armory,
where an elegant spread had been

Russianu Fleet Destroyed
Japanesu Army. -


No Further Necessity for B
the Czar's Ships, the Japs
to Rain Shot and Shell UApe
that the Enemy Still Hold.
Toklo. Dec. 12--4 p. "m.-The-
lander of lhe Japantese land
reporting today, says:
"Four RuIt.lan battleships, twa
ers, one gunboat and one torpei6
destroyer, lying in Port Artkw,
completely disabled. There la g
their necessity for bombarding the
slae naval forec
"We are now engaged nl shrlw
town of Port Arthur. which I s
heavily damaged."

Wasbinitoa, Dc. l:t.--The 3
lecUton has received the holiowi"q
blegram from Toklo:
"The Port Arthur army reports
Its bombardment has inllflcte4d
able damage upon Uulden Hl4,
also set arsenal on tire.

Japaneee Repulsed at Mu
Muk lea. Dec. 13.--On Friday
the Japanese several times a
the trenches of the Russilan rlat
nl each ease they were repulsed.

Rueeian hipe Eroute EaL'
Capetown, Cape Colony, Dec.
The Russian hospital ship Orel
here today to take on supplies.
large Ruosean warhipsl passed
Point this morning.

Suds Bay, Island of ('ret', )e. 1
The Russian cruiser Oley anJ D
ISM the torpedo boat destroyer 0
ay arrived here during the niLht


Election of Officers K of P.-
of Old Resident-Other Notes.
Archer. Dee. 18.-At a reonregat
meeting of the Presbtriarn eba
last Bunday. Dr. Waddell was
to this pastorate. le will prPei l
Sunday ;n each month and two-
daye In D)unnellon. Mliss Pailiane
wa elected organist with Miss .lutl
as assistant.
M. C. Brown and family have
to OtterCrpek
Mr. and Mrs. Ja,. 4. Cutton of S4
nioka. Ind have arrived at their
ter home.
N. W. lt ttlefield of the lratitleyO
ton Company was in town this
buyinR cotton
Frank 8. bMollonell. an old resid
of Shell Pond, near here, died qkl
suddenly of cong etion of the branl
Friday. The interment was in Ar
Cemetery on saturday. i
C D. Wood, who has been in AtliaMt
a utinder the care of a specialit 51
facial paralysis, hau returned haiU
somewhat improved in health.
Archer lodge K. of ', tas their lad
meeting. elated the following ofiel
for the ensuing term: J. K. Wellli
C(; W.M.Baroo, V.(.; J. W. U1i
P.; G. 1) Fleming, M. of W.; 8.1
Fleming, M. at A. : C. i). Wood. K,.

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Seilmag oeaulomiio, new aiembers
bulg ceelsantly added. The mate. I Cld
ist owpuliag theUloa Miaopy lod geer
5 fL i a i emeargsr and ambitiloa. U n s lc ner I
te str aesm-e ------
os m pe nst a she State In .v Weulp
pEportoi to membership. e p
SR ,. F t n on the folio
Me llenln imminent. & F1 Sp then
A seA sign of approeblahng revolt *
MA erko$ trouble i your e yem l
an eeon i, silpleasess, or stom aeb
1Us. lesle rheBlitten will quiekkly Dr. Miles' Restorative Nerv-
t deiombe' the nsbtanesead ase It ine has been so successful in
r wwta fall@ to tome t estomach, renu- curing these brain-wrecking
Sthe kidneys and bowels, stimu- diseases that there is every
e Liver, and clarify the blood, reason to believe that even the
tlarly iiad ai She usual astendni most 1iopless cases can he
!Df valw ih ouder ils earchiul and benefited, if not fully restored.
I tholouh sOffeelvnee.. Eleetrie Bit- We will be pleased to refer
ose INl si oe. sad that Is returned If any one thus afflicted to mainy
a d d iveperfeei etnln Ur who now enjoy thw blessing of
stee byl u health. after years of hopeless
Bide Wanted. suffering.
.~Aft L ne elh mlln e r baI e have aori that flad brain frver
At the next regular m-in of the whn iwo y*ar old. foavowed by fits SBoad Ouanty OosmisUwloers, to be tse worst type. and he t*n pronoun, .d
Ineuralh4e. I Upint hundreds of dollars
i hel om T eday. IJanuary Ird, 19o5, for him, without rtltf. After about
i ^-il ll! k -l thin o* o Ulm iiften )Sr he betnnie Isn hald thn wt.
Sbds will be reelved o r hire ofe ounty nt him to Ineltf hbwpital for the
vlteo for esalau year. All bide Inone, at l naport. Ind. lie wq
f fair [dtoIre nearly thr w years, but li. t-nn.
r eM be mtled sad Sddresd to H. dtinu o to Ow aord. o we br. nu
U. itooa. oulaty Clerk. from whom' h1M immr. -_rutL 1s59 In an awful
an ideltod info ermation a ei o itn. I*s hat n tIia hi mind aSHmEnDt
Ob entirely. H bard.y knew ,,n,, of m-% SHERIDAN: r
|iI The right to rejeet any aod family; could not ev in n his tbd;
b l ist reserved. WA total wrek-. I thad from a 4to
]a fits a da We u>* w Upra *to try ^
i T VTOMAtW, Ohn. Bd. Co. (on. 411r. NrtInc. and before Who # 4t
Attf*t: H. U. UDIox, Olerk. bottle w4as ted. we ul n .t*hs* t full
for the Ib ttr. We hvte irl4n It to
him ever min.,. aid hae has had but 12 Tlill (
A Cest1y Mistake. two very 'lhit prlU tIn..'. Slat ALIKugu.

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IN IT? one f G linestMV4's *d CitIs$.
,,6Pasd Away As nay Eventig.
ct, Emulsion la a care.. The dest of John W. Causon,
Sblond of, the purect cod wh1 owmed So u ls ih lat as his
ih bomern, Saur! University street, at 10
wri. hyp"Oi08iph6t f oloek, removes another of 4l 1 *-
m oda, glycerin d l a Ill"s old land marks and eltilens.
w Mr. Canomi died of heart failure, (*
& vt ng Thl co r r an Illu. whis h bau listed offs ad
S kto Of ithC valutal' onm for the past shre, yearn. He hd Tiouads h
l. n b on &Ifi lentit omulsifled a s I9 1 n. Wi/-.r.I l tlwi.d el.urs rse.a
Meo edki, huuwvor, bias with awAter DThde/k,.*Sara
wq#tt's Emuision repreouenti imitation not o sake to his bed, bad Amy do
t .t ,el t fought with omrnmedable nergynj that combInation of ir
y y t di*-* weich he must have ealiaed was nr- KidMaey or akx
N nm ld for weak lungs, poor imin a sto disrant day. 3Thesr f
-texpected rolls
blow, low Vital)it Chil Mr. anmion was bor uin Squth Care. Tlhousmdis ofI
lOW v, cll n Ii7, consequently was in th ful letwt m of til
woak neo s and all wasting IIyew*nth year d hf.s *a. He o we"" "
bet for the post quarter of a century w a
j, *or mo re a nsideuts of (tiinentilo. how- rss ThiiS'i,,
WIeetde F_ maphl, rsn ever, and hbas been for the grslter parsi 5 Ei ullP u$5I
P Y OIs WNl. 'rtmiStUnim, Newv rv of the line prominerntly eonnnsted rEsT fIs
-- bher#, beain engaged in the newspaper *S
SA HAPPY MANRIAGO. sad prinltin business. He was a pra. eesw. We
S--- teial primer and newspaper man, and th&shew M
Sul PFwnm Pet White aI 0lss- In 1180, when Uaineswville was little
Vlte Iw t mo fied Telogoer. moreL han a full-grown village,. .n-
S t le 1u larfiq ir barked In the newspaper business with
w tmybjt la a.tase Ooowlpy Jalde the present publisher of The Sun. The. NK
m 16a1Tia l mius, wheno 0. 10r weU the ellted The Advoease, WRINK
SMiss A- M atc t Flepd, wo sald enjoyed ultder she airetio of
| l O of Van. Whits eOMeary & Oanno a moss s ueoeeful
)Mr teigO il --- e-d .M ]elreer, eonMideringl the field. Later
-* --ft do .m-e820 -I jMr. Oamaon evered hi etsameeiion
-mi-bp ..... --jg* withTh T Advest*, smia whies time
1t m00. T11 lie he has bee engaged, up to about two P
M le"A tihwlsh, -lad the ia aTC, in the job prUiisag btwlsee.
ums si tl. -__-md g *SWmd fair pa ea it shis
e .k reeso., hbts owln so II th he d4.. iThe estI
^ w _ah , aboedom the liMe osea woth.
i clo I, nse d eo11 his stablishuias.
bM bew w ~DV10ervmed le a wife ad five ekiIl.
1 11 4ftr be ba41 dire--Mrs. William Noblest T T *.,
eI S* m M.ei. oaMld 46d Iwer. all or s hio In order to fail
.i .a rde me ad5i e whom The ana extelinds syim. sell it for a limited tl
1 li n Se t".,er HN. H. The funeral was held from the rel.
t Ero.0 D.Ga." sasmI, lbhe dea dew as 2:a0 o'*look Monday aferr.
S.i w e old e as.o iRevy. Francis HO. Or llhll ofur Fu
,ll) W. i. iDo n W Heolp Trinity Episcopal s hae oClal-
6 &00 a.3. DOWami W.t0.* sMing. A gres many friend. were in
wh o loo a* wih that atlkidasee to show the las* mark of
b "n, hbeaMleh S Ihe aosles; respi for th deed. and many Try it once
.si trei. arN amogU fandil floifl o(rlrinhi wer for. ef u al for l th
alSh ed. The pall-bearers were W .O
blsMN E "t "an d mesn1 pO0p1t1 O 3nag 5ienon, P. Y. Snithh. (eorge 1 money back.
i* fpqheh o s Wit*. ""I MNaseS us Melkans. N. R. Career. J. A. Carlisle order to
i Wae s "ly thq l. om lo m ta"J H. JH. Jarvl.
Qmiwnhlh sad ptl rr1l la Ihn ibi
t*i rW.Im" dali(l h or lhit Fight Will be Bitter. M ARYLAND
Slh W t 111l t lhe Gily l eordiay, Thoe who will in cloeiog f In orderiing
pIs*. p that .w OSlu maell ,. their **wel against l he continual recn.
Sl y ~baw %bait athy wer s e w m ondation of Dr. King's New Diow--
g, ardsd8, sakd there was oobjee. ety for Cunsumption, will havo a long
i tmtestlh,as both sa e..fSo id bitter fight with iteir troubles, if
St Rhll." -ien.' snot ended earlierbf tal tiermninat ion.
* Mrn Mi. Ooltiasdepatnd onbthe tead4 what. T. Be, all of Beall. Ml se.,
sluii ter h me. after enjoy- has to maj : "Lest fall my wire had
II I"W"a u 11wh*** every symptom of cormiption. the
eIidlier*. took Dr. Kuing' New Diisovery after
Sev. eryhiag a1..I hAid failed. Improve. -
I enIseiwa L K. sf P. wen ineue at once arnd four battle. / >
Aath les rgalerentirely ired iter." Huaranserd by I
lthe gu l iV r eslulg of Micaas-ll druggist.. Prier e a-nd $l.TAi. Ta-
h Mli.i goewlM e nsl w ere eleetd for - ._
*S easlng tMrmts Fannin Notes.
Pi W. twpka 0. .; lJ.W. E. K. ounin, 13.-Crop fgath- ,
* 51b, V. 0.; D.W. Miller, Ks of R. A erilu for thi. yeer about over. and
* t; B. K.Obamhemim. W' .of W.: (4 the faromer, are 5rejarlbg already for W \
s D.. etP.; N. 5. Mots, M. as A.; 3. the netcnrs,. Y
r B. Ollty, M. of F.; E C(. Chit.y, MN. M Maste Turner, a charminng
r 3.; N. D. Wood. I.; Warren young ly of Ilruni.un, is visiting
. lih, O. (.; D. W. Tompkiini, J. relatives here.
. Kapti. repnsetatslves th ie .Iausn Swels o, f Iliover is visiting AIp t
-l t lod." relative ailnd friendly lt're. Hlrtr, p
Ii e1uder la Uleanop, I in a most ., Blu. iitbon.

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according to ylor nerds andL denIands the best things-the most unique
things-lave a habit of going tirst.

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iA:epod Public nildWing Shonld
Have ore Floor Space.
I'i'ding Will Cramp Postoffice and
Land Office Quarters Now, and With.
In Five Years is Calculated to be In-
S adequate to the Demand.
"The proposed public building upon
ti, ilmb work will soon begin here should
h larger and more commodious," re-
Mi: ed Postmaster George .l. Arnow
I The Sun reporter Tuesday.
"While we are thankful for the ap-
S fptriatlon of $85,000, which will erect
4 al ee building, at the same time we
,: remember that this building is
lteMded to be uBed for both the poet-
'N and iedai States land oflee.
i' building will be only one story, as
'aesd at present. and while the room
Uiallf be ample for the present, it must
h remembered that Gainesville is
: m gwio more rapidly than any city in
the State, or even this Pection of lir"
et: h1M In proportion to its size. Some
t emllasts have ventured that the
: elation would be doubled within
t" y lear. I do not know about this,
SI1 dIo know that it will be consider-
hi larger, and I do not believe that
1 Ire years we will have room in the*
St~dl ing proposed to do the work or
a patoflice,"
In referring further in the matter,
Pltmadter Arnow, who is n constera-
M v man, very sensibly suggests that
f egort belmade to secure an addi-
SIsal appropriation of $25,tj) and
NAe the building two stories.
: Thi miliht be an easy matter if the
iIleS will go about it right," he said.
,th proper way would be for the
aid of Trade and the City Council
operatee in the matter, appoint a
'*.iial committee to confer with Sen-
tLaTail ,r .. -t an .... ..a.a.a n ii. li.

ress is now preparing a bill providing TO PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERM.
for appropriation for public buildings.
and thiq would be tine opportunity to Must Suspend School for at Least
secure the additional appropriation of One Week.
$25,00.O for the public building here. To rite TEAz*HERm.; am authorized
by the Board of Publio Instruetlun to
JOLLY HUNTING PARTY. isay that yon must suspend your
Quinttte of Gainesvill Sportsmen hool on Friday. the 213 Inst., and
iE of nsve Sporm. not resume work until the following
Wi. Explore LaFayette Woodn.
Explore nday week, January 2. IOW1. If de-
A jolly .luintette of aiunesville sired by the patrons, a school may be
sportsmenn, impriing .1. M and John suspended for two weeks, but in no
B. Lell, I.. W. htennelt and W. I). and case will a period of les than out
:. K, Fagan departed Monday for the week be allowed.
wilds of LaFayette county, where they A meeting of the Board of Public In-
will spend a few days htuting for deer, trtiction will Ib held on Friday, the
wild turkey and other big game. :.3rd inst., for the purpose of paying
Inasmuch as this party went well those teachers who have filed their re-
prepared, it is safe to say that they ports by that time, provided such
will be steccssfiul, and The Sun may teachers will agree to attend the meest
have some interesting stories to pub- ing of the Bouthern Educational and
lish in connection with this expedition Florida State Teachers' Asooeiations
-. -- -. --- wlich will bo held iu the city o( Jack*
sonvilled december 29-81, inclusive.
In regard to railroad rates, I am
pleased to announce that a rate of one
L u n a c h e fare plus Iwentytlre cents will be in
lfore, and I am informed that all of
Sthe roads offer this tgrat reduction in
pala in hat, broWchit, ad i order that a many teachers as posi-.
miinflr ign of a Oold on the ble mniay be Induced to attend this-the
lungs, can be qkly raved S4 greatest educational meeting ever
held In Florida.
Ur b7y Iwith the rate of transportation so
'",.6. and the place of meeting so tear.
HAMLINS .ure:y every teacher worthy 'r a po-
Slt'tion in the schools of AMlachua county
will attend.
Al'ease notify ne by return mail
a u whether or not you will be in attend-
nce iupun tbhe arsoaition6 so that I
may issue your warrant in order that a
SNo timnr ashold be 10bt, booM lack of funds may not be pleaded as an
,lu m trouble msq ealy dedlop excuse for your ab ence.
into pnmeeOla or 01ol0rptiO Wishing for you in advance a .Merry
Kamliasf Wiard o4 0$4" to Christmas, and hoping that all of you
d may see it as not only your duty. but
the ohkt, re u ee the pl i d ie to your interest to accompany me to
tfliJammaton lo es Up the 000h J.acksonville on the morning of the
nId soon m am te dlms, 29th of December, I am
"y lite i," write L UdSneerely your,.
T S 1 my o, t. Ijor ow r,
We Y tm of 0,Co, SOt. 'Pub. Inst'n.
"sufred Iore or IM with & cold G(ainesville, Fia e. Ie. 12.
ian tlu up ldae hr birth, ad
fialyr the trn ble beae elimo. A Frightened Horse.


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The- Largst Ml a II *t
For Meu', Wmoe hN d Olh lMf' l

Clothing, Hat, Uaderwer ad Fosihlag. N:l
Tailored lSuit, Skirt,. MJaae, tln. Wale ,
In .
Clothing, Hate, Umderwenr rd Foreiapt.
NFOR ItLS sad t'IULa3r. .
Dresses, Reefnt. Cloeal. Underway, U ts
iP'We ead goods by exprs O. 0. DS. wit hllh li
examine before aoeptlln. "
Wo cheerfully sed two or thmre el s o mes .'i
meat fnrmeleetion.

Write for our complete Fell ind Winter Ch

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PECAX TREEN ef the taabi varuisdl ibSkmO M eMI
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wH <* When W for Mh ass frSiend.
hi.e kllev wih his ten mones
mellq hil lo. .'
pll irg Femin Slew Altrmsd
LpOgeWdsLOWt NWht.
The IM5411 OGamlvil Oompasy, with
a lHeb lio Isof se ttrdtios. opeedl
sw It 11ll blolst e MsSlMain stret,
S., Ian m"llph, 0"d las vrowdr wlre.
MeA ed1 I s** show grouQnd by the
l1sun JeOmisate and afl rims
IsllSt imu d s epllers. d
fbe slomi n rid by thoen who
d*4 to bO sIe. tsi trootivo el.

*rvl lsg, sad in meny intranees
#latins aod *levatlg. They were
~lts esIsmpUo of a morLl aind high
u rd* ospde, ad mot a islnle objm-
ems YegliMOred by those who vis.
s l te rs elas lbIltlous.
The aiggnl ratiolll it of the belt
lesseO" meeM lsMreslve sad ref4ed
ever ue la t his sity, and ill no
i4mb maen ta sl rpallo loe he*.
The "B1 k Biobbr" she *'0onm li.
lead Ie I s ked ie Dog And Poiy Show

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S They WIS O Married.
"* hlat His Honor
l *I MiMr ha*sb eef hor th pe
Is elhw le I he to omld by
il r* -p- wi ll g manld
he bpges. l a S $he married iW
belasa- -o nIs neaty.
Mss hue o*mod license
1 to 0.

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liMTony MtWia bkle of AulgMt
al i.l .i t1" nitd Stak e loe
1 1itsl a I .t ru4t Ahl d h
oigIw u ibelI hgtllowm. hs %t A-
*WUrnS *l io f womesses Don't It
MAmhAq It werol hi. s n-
PT^ ml h eN alr s* of Indigos
'blIl et dppepla--Ib two grletst
i ilNIt oi ihalsth sad happilnce Doe
a'.o me m the b et evident s that
C igftl tr s sreon spalle for all
vW am uak latlt Ias l dl e n?-
i't r $mro ltlf uto bet of l11
loWr ikeg"l rlo h- ae
Uatbl ess t t thirtyrBye
mIllIons .lw?

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. LAWS or r. LUA. 4. LAWn OW Fr tSIDA
Notltes li ert y lvesl that Anale Rollina.
NodI.e herebty given tabt P'.H. inker, Irehirar ol Tia ertlifate No.. ML. dated
itLer, ptabaler of Tan Tcertneale No. the lrd day of JIly A.. hed Bld si
Itl t l ed It dr s of Jbr A. IL Wl. hia eecrltucse la s ol e., aS haal de appIela
s s ia rtiboate I. my oa .eS hd buop for ta d*d to lsue la IsooMon\ce wihb
lp fie tolp tdeedtosi to Is in is- ~tlaw. mak eOrlILtea 1e8lirae the iefollowrlng
"W 0T loM. lIMa e elct*o BirmU9 ds4 rtw r wenty dituatd tI Alacils coun-
the 1iUeowel 4b'rdl prodwtyy. lituated In ; tF'I, $lWdd. oeWl t.
AktU* lit. *., orita .ow u: i Lut et Iate 3. Tx. U r t1, lS d ,
-a4iNLo 1eiiSee.. 1'L T 11, t. R of IL Th s LoW below aw lnttdhaie of
-*rSltIMI no-arta thes I s e t a cAb eartl e l th e dm oat
th"MUA lrllbetar l mt a Ibe date of HltbL Wrtiht.
Me isaIe of s.60nb irttlleto a to the hoame IdI@S t5.i i reetlieate stall be reIdeems aM-.
at natk lad &A Imire'mbaen Co. eourlaUt kil. ma, ts wll I Ine bherenm oil
Uen- M14 tlnflatel MTaltl be redsvm. he l6th dl orl Jalulr. A. I a 1
aosela to Iaw, LaX teed will hme thereon wltnem n m otelal Juiature %ad 10 this
oa hio 1hb day of tJauariy. A. D. l 9U. t1 l t S ibi I
W It Ily o al et iture and seal thth. t thdIyW ci I oecembea. A. *1L W ,
Lo ab day of l member. A. I lI. CM. lerk tireit I 'u Ale. la Co
U., PDNTON' P er 1. If. Wlemarge. !I C.
Clerk Ctirult Court A )lohbu ('l.. FL i 'e l '
pa Per i. H. Wael. U. ATION TAX
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UK LAW &OF rFL DA. NoUee is ber Ibey tis mt 1k Maealme.,
1. LAWS O llUA. purehaer of Tax C nUorlOi Nio. i, daCms
otue h ereby llvea tt P. H. laker.Mair. tbe lit df of July. A. Ul 1IOI. ba aied u*L,
srebs of T lz oertsifete NoM. l, '* ftiats m lla y ot e, md h.l matde aplIes.
laed t ktt dar of JU. A. A. U, tw. he &la i 6 lo t tax W wCo In a seurtlae wlth
ptotinl for tax ded to lmne a mnstsfIlse de eribSEd property lituatd Ia Al*cbus coun-
whi tow. Std certilatr ebraso the foI* Ir. illtyorst tow.: o -
owltaf somer% ro"tYs te Lltoa Alhebus 8 of Lot 14 Ie.. IS. Th 9. St, I
bIsrty. PltrML solUt- 'I Tli d land bllar le rednt at t date of
N. I-of ste A w 1 4 Se4. tI Tp i. t. of R. rthe o aWIs o muc* web ctlrsaldl the amnor
I I--comlali nr rer# mF.ore or lem. TP. kaer .
ITh u id m b etas rmaimed a bthe date of ftnla sai ed aelate ha be rsedeesr a-
the illemos eo uch ntb rtr la in theosMme ol r01d to law. ll bdea wit me th iere i on
U jw. UWlett. thb It b day of Januar'. A. aD tlk
ulmSM eteritelat hall tb redeemedal- WitoeW my m olkeie i Catars td seal itb
amedn toa law Lat dled will um e there da t the it da Of Dcember A. IA 1I.


Lanl (tri.'r 1it ineltnr.vlle. i
N.Sill "ber n. tA .l,
Nollcelq hereby g'tven Ih4t the folo
sadSt) ettller has nlle nul v eofll hi-in
to make tAnal proof in pill.IPwt of hi* clla
%that kltA atof will tI niule lmTr lire
LsdRe ever at GialtleCvivte. l-'1 oil
bar S. ltm. Wvi:
Tuuman FH Hoi, u ,of ;it',',, via
Htd. ew | I1o th) ,%w if Nr' Si of
See IltTp"S ,. IL 1 K-
Hie lam the following A ttirPe'*I to
th OotaUnuIuw rrsledrace lkln n4r cuttllI
of ai lan.i it.
WUlli m Tioniau. Jiump F'. lll.ldrr.
I,. Miller of ItiU. ll J. ;. I.I Il'tollliw Of
Wruord. YUa.
P4 W. ;. ItHOtllN tN. lterSW
NOTICE. X) '14 11II.1 'TI)OMf.
Laid Omle"r *,i.-tr viYllle. *l
N s ,-tulis, II, 19 .
Notice, i hereby Itr l lailt Ithi Iollo
lamedt isler haIM Uled notice of his l(Ri
to nmake a) elorl In mul|lnwi or 1ai l
aD thast %tid |wtNor will hi miR le i ftore -
iater and Rece ver it tSlllr.vlir.. .'4,**.
Decet~ber t. 1Ill. t L
JaWsi F. IPllimlrR n o 11l iMa..
Hd.1. u 1h f e Nm4 te Nw' & 'e W'I
N.,fbSee. 2.TIE. h s.. kt .
Heinatmeltle rolkl*iiw Vitnr.* r* to ImWW
hils oatnuou resildei Ie uPlun unl ulalllira
of Mslt alt vi
tbOhW L. Miller, Thloiula Vi. I lwiler. W
H Tboasu ofll U, Va.Fl, C:. II. Tthomas
Uiford. Pr.
Pd W, C. Ialr N s Ito.S g *tler.

the o I= or January. A. D Il M .I. C. ltlN-. -
it A. .' .... ... ... .. -,. 0.-e.' Oh t NO. 4,.
WItpos my oMltal tanature and semil Ibi lerk lrrult Court Alsaeb Ca, . I I
the bh day of eemiber. A. I l. Per i. HWt Wie. a 1iLda. doCerlrnv thrlr of wnlan ;t 'lItate
pW"rl Mait*oortfY that loapro a-nin w twor
I. C. DIENTON. ude*r the amme of th.' Itiski of AliWtisiLA. W
Clerk Clircult C mrt AaIbum Couty. Fla NOTIICE FOR Ali'BUCA&TION. 1 S Aiw ua. lhu.and rieiat uiter lit
D Perr g. iI. t Ii tl. UaClo.e- mt Uula vf a.Vin ,Fla. A rWN r qud, iMo e nll. d 0ill e Iie I1 "
November7.Iwo, 1W4. aIs require to tw tsn II1iloll 1 il Ihr6I
NOTICE Of A PP'IICATION FIR TA X Notie 1e hereby given hlIt ftie fllowl*W U1a Law% th e N tMtr NfI I. r. Il.
O OrI AT .R Tt tlHl~ttllerbi" fMlked ipoeo! W lawiBatiSSon cnclnEg the lbuiner 4..t ,) I.linii W1 t,1.
DKIED NDER:ll KCTION fi OF CAIIP l) LmakP ail pterool hla nopt if oLol b rvirtute ot thle I tthirli \ e \r trd lIew
SLAWI tOF'a laJtlA, thtl sa proofT will be made before Ilteaiter eatel of Fl tofthe .llr Ph St1iitllu01" i M rt
and ecetiiA. r atelult lenile.a. It m! Decemter hof Flarton t(mr rnmnwn l' .I m 4ioI il hel
Noticen Ishereby lirven tat Pl I Itaker. I. vIlr byr utbeoriated toeonMtiren'i n ,ilT.- l, 'libSl
MaUmer, |_ure.haser of Tax Certflcate JAMEK1 Ci irl of11 iH bto ^aeas u0der thf nrte n tt, katr'J,, i
Nao III. 4ael llte t day of July. *. ". of 1111. . s141tal s o1 k L sf it.) IN ,
A. D. ItW*. lba Med said certilfcate In d. 2M1 for the N e' of Se". T. TP. Ti S9., U. tiven under nmy hant lad se;ai of ill "r tll* ,
my offie. and ham made, *miwlatiton fIt te I. the* xthd i of O he ., Ae l lA '114
us dee l to luse In rearontiano wtlh law. He nane the follolnjr wlftaees toprove IthweKAL:) .\ t' '"i
a4 ertlfloate embre the rolkwinel de- hI eotimaoun reakiece upon alaeZt nu ow i itir-lier.
mnstld property sltlted It Alcbuas ofr mai llnd, rsi: tw ou .r .
Contri. yPftI.. towli: Lather T. Walker.John pI. rattle Job W
No 1.4ilof e. 1-e Ac. ., TP 10, Io. o t E-2 Tumer. Thomas A. ioar, allof liel.L ,N. NOICE OF ?Ie. N 14-'I A1A t,. OP
,,+- ., daIs o, o IId W. t;. SSbiravoesmed at sbe dlate of 4 VAlUT!1AN.
the btaseme of sanc oert:ilae In the novae Not r '
oef h lm4 oab InveursantVa t h'oe+ N R IlIIIJCATIOM. Nte1r t .t Iherebyar ven that bsi nortlio, lSt
o aU I 1amtd A tmventmfi '0 .1 rmiter the amI fit'lieAblica Inof Ibiq noWl'e frIs to0-
eosmdli rto law, tax dewed lum tr Ln oftei all 0"nplrN. im ituirdiun fl and forll iulr eitl
labh dty dN of Jmnuary. A. iX. LO+ Novemabw 14. dlWl. eill ti vouanll. i i dl am,' ,, r'llt
esM or0sm ot lml armilaure ald. meal tIhI Notte Is1 hereby gine tbht Ihe followlhn. wrihen Bthe H. R t.A U Maon, rL.unt Ji,
the 4tday of Deemhr. A. IA tlN. rmmed settler ba Atled notic of tis iIttlokn w61 llhianod rAlaebr als rlt in di-.htSi
C. C. DVNON, to make* fual proof In IupIIot of hls elal, h furtlr eMallr alty Iotr sfrnlwl rtlitldtsnt
Clerkf Corlct Court Allhbua Co.. Fl ad IS'hat *d wpoof will be adS be lf r I g Mpo Ithe s t eor lhe i id rt1*rt Hart @ llhr
Pd Avg M. H. wiene. 1k C. Inter S d Receser sitat nlltude He 1tbe ofi
- I s. H. Wi aD C. Iater m er Ueer I t .I-lre l t id k Reroert health. ins alttalid ai
L g at a via..*Umty-e Fitew
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NOTICE F 12R PUIB'ICATION. Rd. l lot ft., 1 o N ItA-4 Ne i otl i AlolARTH1R W. TPI)i A TIE
Land (MOice s tleeistllt Pint nw 4 nee. sT. T .. oI1 t Gluardlne f or Herertw a's.l.t
Nrember t?. a. l e lamesd thle fllowla wamet to proNe -. -.---. - ....-,
bi ea tlllumInes r lemaoe utoi ad 0ulUvatiLon
Notle lIM hbitbr eivn that the following- of mald l. vi. nv CN1lMI!TU.
based "ntooer haN Sdied ooe of his Inteation JAM"sN.IHadbIr.lTioTmaI& Meyer. WW )
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filrt and 11 ce I tl for artah addi-
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A r several years Jacksonville hn jc" i .:' i a,, ,.;,a-;
lIOr ult-lral oiety, .Iacksi ville,
f.pssed favors from the transportation t and you will get yor i er-
IW . .... .. Flat and yon will uet your ,.ensbtr-
i bithatl tended to entralize tile
S- that tended loehip et rtilitate and copy of the book
bIeskale trad. of V State, so far as by
t lirterior sections were concerned.
It belan the basing point all freighLt
Therr are still ,ose, noto in-the ti-
.lte foer other points are calculatedul O#. Tile o al
^ IW." ea fron J. tional sunticain. The largest and
h alIrd ofrol Jalesionvinle. Mll oo troublerimne of these is the
Its. tilroad Commission, in July
TreeaUry deflect. lDuring the caim*|
rput in effect a revi lon of the lo- T y d t. the ca-
Swhh ty wer irly ign the fact of a Krowing deflit was
VW bywich. ..ei w frequently pointed out. only to be
l reialasted, stme elaw1s 1 t lng
turned down by the Republicans with
d While this change was a laux h
do. nd in the of the a laugh. "hy.of course." they said,
i mernd it really benelitedo the "don't you know that we had unusual
iONmler, It really benefited the
and extraordinary expenses-forty or
,h.lesale trade of Jacksonville more
Sfty millions for the Panama project;
U ay other one interest, bpoause
I v J-keonvlle b. er rate to five and a half millions lot the 88,
,i pr J aovlltse bettr raoe. to
Saints. .th.s rnovin.g the con.- ools Fair, and so on. Bu if you are
'IUSon of Savanna, h and thisr nearby a pesimist Just read Secretary Wil-
\ w sslera. Recently,. he pelttion son' statistics about the cotton, the
Sl went before the Commission in rice, the corn, and other ctrop. Never
a,- trt ofother points baa. r ...anything like it \ We are the richest
As latermt of other points has been
'ieb h before the public. and we are people in tile world and are not to be
S... tono.e some interest hais t.n rrightente1d by a temporary deficit in
U se The ointerr to r. the Treasury." Well, the election is
i haln to thbe faeLt lht the ha e over, and we find Speaker Can no
1Eg to do bugluns withi an _going about the Capitol saying: !"Boys,
eg l themselves. They are asking eeonomize There's r thlrty million
r a redution on a few lies gap In tle Treasury. We mut'nt take
Sthat tbhey an handle provided out more than we put in. t we don't
, Be stmraght clhaRe is made. practice rigid economy, Mr. S,*aw w;il
SI, o ion _ith t m.ttr have to issue bonds, or we shall have
la cownetion with this matter we
S. ..L .. .. to inrease the revenue by additional
pIIlhI the following letter which ap-. -" I h itiol
S In The T a.mes-Unrio t ilcem. I taxes." This is the Itepublican doe-
fared In The Times- Un i, of l.iecem.
Sbalkh trine up to date. There is an old story
a onlll. e., De. 3. C about ute tidd ler. No need to point
-Jaklonville. Fla., Dec. 3, It moraLl
W, W artleson, Chairman Transporta. the moral.
1 ta. Oommisltee-Dear Sir: I here-
'ON Cloe o-motte- r Sir: I" hero. In the current numberof The Trop-
rithInloase opm of letter I ent to ieal Sun, WVet Palm Beach, announce.
Ss Iailroad Commission esteday. et is made that Harry Brown has
Smrtnd that the proposed change tendered his resignation as manager of
S easelleatlon and rtes oaly applies that excellent paper, having accepted
bm"hbiaery, hardware, drain tilnK a position with The St, Augustine Ree-
SfdM Ie other eommiodiLihe. II s mny ord. Chas. B. Kendall, who has been
S pll sion, however, that this is an coneeted with The Trqpical Sun for
i it g wtedge to use for the purpose several years, and one of the best all-
SeqoualtintO rates on alloomnmoditie round newspaper men in the State,
L Mblglhout the 8tate. giving interior will succeed Mr. Brown. Mr. Kendall
ballin proportionately in low rates
is well known throughout the State
W n S1 n to Jacksonville. I would in the journalistic field, having been
plsiteMd to *e you and talk the located at Palatka, Green (ove Springs
f over and we can decide wat and other points. That he wll su
the beat course for uI to purue. ceed in his undertaking of manager of
"Very truly your., The Sun there is no doubt.
"'C. E. (I n cKit.
"Psaident Board of Trade." ore family
Tl above is plain erough. Jack- George luer. r e fmili ar i
,Mlvle s" .. ... .. knlownIaI n .hr .Mijor," iI lltin In
S-aville and the rallroadr do not want known as "The Major, is 'again in
rtp m or "ulia newspaper harness in this section. htar
ir ing assumed charge of The Lake lI:t-
P the informaon of tie ineri.. ler Star. Major Butler is one of the
the Inforation,, most versatile writers in Florida, and
lWOe we en say that "tlu, an iaton it goes without saying that he will
b been aked for, and i not make of The Star a paper of which the
*BeNked. Wre do Want, however. pro.
SIneqalties removed on t people of Lake Iuller will feel proud.
SIMtre Inequalitral removed ou tl he n t hin bck t ,hi
T ln he Sun we.cnm him back to this
e lle that now in a way suist. seetion of the country, and r'tendt
For instance, stoves are bought in the hand of fraternal friendship.
s~t d lots by thL dealers in L.ive o. lo.-s.d e
'_h, Gatlesville, oala and several senator Hopkins of lli1oi/ declaer
ias;. The rate on this commodity in a loud voice that "unl"s tIhe Re-
turn the Ohio Rirer points tou .Jk- publicaus revise the tariff now I do
orli.l Is 86 cents per 1)00 pounds, not see how they can afford to Ro into
I.a a town 70.10 miles from Jack- the next campaign and diruss it."
.eUl. has got to pay in addition to Representative McCall of M aasech-
Maeats to Jacksonvllle a rate of setts and about a hundred other Re-
sata from Jacksonville, or nearly publicans of the present Congress
tIeants h. earnestly say "Amen." There's a
l Iaverl lines of railroads cat haul help of Irouble ahead.
**Laemmodlty nearly one thousand

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duntion aieorded the interior points.
Th* above letter explalns that the
Jaeblonpville Board ur Trade will op-
pose ii. Thisl I whlt we relieve in re-
Itlr for lIl thli pratrorae llid rfvors
we havr contributed to .lJcksonville.
ThIlne omniilmissio oasi se Ihe object
of this Oppumitllion and tL | people canJ1t
iiIrrtllal. it is tint e we Wer ,
kwakrningt oo our int.i'ret. lsitlad i i
litm aIg lo ii*cknwvll I e i do is-
uiess at h111 1,

\Vo .Ire, it rvel i(,It of a t t*ljy f l the
aniI ,':ali rtepiir t I t ith I liirit:a Itntlr
; Flirt i<',lti rt )l S1 i -i y rt r I,' 'l 'I'ui a,
i- t I iii I lsrticul uiri ait l ra.lfl u (iii

StlW rt of, 1 l ri!, tly'< ti i l, I 'odi0
taitl intle:ti of 1 t hI miInilli tber*hil uf tie
( l "y l.',il ltive' r rix liiiuldrtl. it
1 6 lmi,04 rim up i in l.4 |16ft<.
STlhio report lshau ll lie ,iin tI! arel t. of
ev'ry grawr i t lit' Pllttr uit si til,'
it'wiety doms mit re'Criv. aniy State aid
il i t puhlica tion, 1th1 dimtruitultio4. of
Stit.' hiook 111uit *6 ctslilnedl o in iusella-
lhership. Aniontie 'lr\ receive a copy
of Ihiis look by r-tnittiiig 41.1m, to tlhe
seerelary, its a mItltmbrhlip fee. lie.
side tlhi report, iht+ members will re-
Ceive theI+ entfit of llti rt'duiced ratsr*
int traveling to and from tlhe place of

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Peruna is recommended by fifty.:
Congress, by Governors, Coasudl, ,
majors, Captains, Admirals, Emlyw nt
Clergymen, many Hospitals and pubi
tons, and thousands upon thousands of
the humbler walks of life. I
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Your Druggist for a Free Peruna Alamu

It is worthy of remark, in paying,
that the three principal Republican
newspapers in the United Statet, The
New York Tribunae, The Chiesag Trib-
une and The I'hiladelphia Press, hare
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Fstor Fe!
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i.l j.ul>t- ,t Ine li IIIrIut i m rU I 'nru, T
and animunce Itha if the party refuse A BG l
to revise the tariff the people wil rle
vise the party.

The Coangresl onal Committee of l AI
Foerurters hasreturlned from Panama to
Washington and its spokesman, Sen OUR HOLIDAY GOTOIK I.. i
ator Kittredge. say that they favor a WATCHES r A--2 Ye
tide-water canal. Tlhi will involve aI iewelry awas yo pot Y"
eos of additional millions, but will of all will woodir as Is varlety,If lr mLr
greatly faellttale the paassme of ship and ts scope. It briales with sg.
and may be more economical ln the miks and thslor of eamuo. galbl twuwb-e
long ri1n or vIsi I.II andIIi efa, E be0 r-
g a. lilts to *alt all taste, all pa nnad.
Sg radess. anll eareumntat WaShLe Imr o r
PRODUCB AND SAVE dalant, dlmilutlte tlmawplese 1f aS l
G t our deigln to the fnlest steadd makes.
U U L I prices Should you contemplate gift pa e.
SYOUR ME AT pI inc-and during the m-ls few wleek
before who will not?*-drop In, loar goos will
For the information of those who de- satisfy you; so will our prisml.
sire to have their hog meat eared in you kWr, rt. r er Cariq Tle .
our cold storage we rseomamead the y* buyWr
following method of preparation:
A Mswon mu tbe butohered animal bea c ,ecioled
ilow n. out ulp and trt lu to rfet shape. Sear-r
ina ecilne bone on hsa andt blade bone m
sboulderl mlt in the usual mrlner. ule kut u I E I '
more than 10 poundt Mat. lt oulree brown Wa J
Or. I ounee* Paltpeter and I ouB0 red Imer
to each IW I oud* I tomeat. It should reacb
the cokd umrawe not later thn three days af- JEW EL ER
ter so prepwpr. If any additloal nlt la nl eed
i ed sfter reacklc u we wlU aut~iy It. Leve s
In eod florwea I to U d4ar. oseelnn to M e
Sof meat. After taklw fro co'd storage wh 1
clsln rms e e igh Springs, -
i In warm water ami dry. then wrapor tewup I i JII I ii
.clowler l Inmusl.u so. to Ireven t att kefrotn
Sflie or o lther Ianscu. h sn u I and mok t at .
interval for tMhrs week It ir wll takmce -
trfitlfl tbroubg the in muln Ureem hlkory NTbMICI IFR PIt'*IUCATION. 1
wood makes tMe beaut mmL. When dry take
dowu and pteki t bosex. a layer of out straw. Land Otflee at (laneslMte. Via.. Notlee is hfte 1
then oMe of meat et.. cand r win have wa November 7. Ila. bSste7W
I fine meam as cm he ,rotuced. uatil following
i-M,,.- Nae a o hmerem v tro en Its h t-he foow jmedETaan*S
lhrdt. b wvi-- rnalrl r tlll ... .i.h anam Melater rbl named I f ml ohr l taM I atS ll h i.s11,
:l ,r h aving. r,,iml .oilik. arwi th 1 sak Hda proor I inmr o., f himl l. OW Pl. A. I mIMT--L
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We sell on the installment plan, small (ea
payments, balance paid weekly or mionithl
Our line is complete and many articles suit
ed for Xmas presents are pre-e-linenntl
dis played at our store. Christmas shopping
is dreadedd at its best, the disagreeable p
being the crowds, rush and hurry. Avoi
this by making your purchases and seloe&
tiobs now and have the goods laid asile for
you, marked to be delivered on the day
wanted. We store them free of c*harga
and make the delivery as ordered.
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You never aw she like-a fascuinalrg as sortment, entirely differ ret from au'
thing ever show khme.
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mu ana F a-s
Oriental Pattern
All wool Pro Brussels
Ax Minster
Velvet and Moquet

Handsome all wool Bmyrners
Linoleums. oil cloths. Alating
of heavy and pretty pattern.

Our warrhouso is full, oar store In full-over-bought, that's the condition.
NMuss make n nm for other Furumure. Have another ear arriving next week.
We are offering them at a big out price. Attend this sale and get a good one








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of sme one likely to buy forasrire and
we will enad you a beauliful aouvrir and
emttofl household article absolutely free.
We Just ask for *tamp to pay postage.
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The Night before Xmas
And every nlqht hroo hot the earro .who d Ol ol or Hne
Third I&ess, Eas e ood .tmay n en-"g-- matturow, and ostsr one-
thid I.... een a sleeples~s~ rest snd a rMsful oleae 8 there Is a world of dif-
fer-vs. K'rermhln slo mbrer MWd Perfect re'L t are red ll t a use the
Hygie We 1 have others. Ask go see them.


Japanese Stands,

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From the Consho Country,
Tens., and Five Ware Prize-
at the World's air--Hogs
GOaIt Also Purchased.
g abeasoe of about two weeks
inI Texase,, wherehe has been
khe purpose of purchasing live
b r tOhe Spring Park Farm Co.-
pt Beonington, N. A. Callison re-
to thli scty 8t1urday.
Ig Park Stock Farm Comlpany is
i Ineorporated company, at
bd of which are some of the
S0oasrvative business* menu in the
The company is eapiial-zed
a00,0, of whieh V. W. Chame is
Iea, sW HR. Thomas rice presi.
EK. Voyte secretary and trtans-
1a N, A. C&lllton general maia.-
h. Te farm is tstuatd r le uiles
to westward of the lity, and com-
e- of the most ploturestue lo*
l a She 86ush. The troat, which
ilIh ld rollin, Is very fertile, and
not only to the Irowtin of
sMp Imlaliable, but also for
purposes, end It is the purpose
hs company to make one of the
stLok farms in the South. The
comprises 1, 6a ares, about lsx
red of which Is an excellent
While the remainder is given to
aion. The relate is entirely
dd by an improved and sub-
lltl wire proven fence, and the
lX laoeated upon the premises
i mat, comfortable and modern.
t1he Spriag Park Farm Company do
believe in going at tlitgs half-
aied. They have the money. and
e to make a farm of which the
ople of Florida may feel proud.
i propose to took the place with
be bs cattle., hogs, goats. horses,
j", poulble to secure, and a proof
Mte* statement we produce tlhe ful
: g$Wel from Thre San AngKelo (Texas)
1M amard of Saturday, the 3rd inst:
SWorld's Fair Prize Winners.
S"Lee Brothers, of tine cattle Irenown,
Adasd a trade Wedresday witlh N A.
l llon of Gainesville. Florida, for
lllbbt head of registered Hlerefords.
'1d cash consideration being 2,/Ixi).
ive of these registered IIe reords are
1Wor'ld's Fair prize winners. in which
i atel competition came from the
.bs t breders of ragiLtered cattle in the
I. World.
1 "Lee Brother alo sulld to samsepar-
lo tiea head of high grade two-year.
SM heifers, eight head of Angora goats
Ma$d ~en head of registered Berkshire

Finest in Texas.
S"This made up tle finest aind most
woable carload of breediRng stock
htat ever left Texar. This alio goes to
Iw that the Coucho Country can raise
ISilne breeding animals nt a ay other
stlion of the country. The sale of
,ae above mentioned atnek speaks imoit
aloquently of the future of the indus-
S$N l athe Concho Country.
STheear leaving here tomorrow will
Ssitraight on through to its destina.-
ale In (tuiuesville. Filorida. Itig, glar-
las etreamers Imads of durable cloth!
Wil3 be put on the car, that everyone
Merin it may know it contain retgis-
^.Sed Herefords that will make the
?hfl Adation herd for the Spring Park
'IaeIk Farm Company of Florida. The
reramere can withstand any kind of


,kthtber. and in the attractive color
rp, .d, blue. black and white, the let-
Sl will stand forth prominent nly
Stock Arrived Sunday.

r lhe stock arrived Sunday vi! tlh
it Atln Coast Line. and was inmmdlti-
iSlly'1 unloaded r)d driven to lSprina
"il Flnn. It it undoubtedly the-
',!? it solid carload ever brouglit it
SP"lrida, and is destined it make tlhe
:,lra llone of thet leading stock rarnm ofi
te South.
IOne male Hereford ipped tihe beain
~ S'1 200 poundoi and the Texam pap'r iis
:.t oible lor the statement that the
!'iamlma, brought fi7rt).


'.Nk ti Many Arrests, and As a Rule Is
Not Disappointed on His Man.
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We Want Your Country Produce
and will pIay hllirst prfer.

WU' Sell Everything in the Urovery
Liie at the .owrit Iriets. Set us.

McCormick &t Hove,
Wall Street.

latrvt Iunfrl t t ualtesv lte. t'al..
Nivenaber ;. ItI.
Nuonie i- tic rew" uIveli that the rollowinur-
IlIud 'I feltire- har lis lid nUttie of hisl Intlenton
tI lunker IInl Irroof In tultmmwrt or hiM oalaim. and
ithat aikl proof will be amAde Iherare Ilekitrter
air ll eovcrlrr ai ;Ulluettlli. Flk'. un tai'ele-
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li4 341m. 1 or- the tV I-2 if1 NC I-1 uf Sec. 2,
T'. S .It. 141 .
lt' an-m(-. t fafoll hlli*, witinE' em to improve
ll' ton'(ilnntlonl Ilrri I4iCll' i iliInalit ctdulllrsaton
lif b'mt| lidnt. vl.
Jolin I'hlttlnc W IV W I'hilni4. I, sI. I'mnier
Wt Ii Smn.i'-i lr,, t ill if J 'lumtAMl. *Via.
Il W.L .,. lttllSNt)NM Itr.-iLt'r
NtMW 41 tE K i' utiHiATI ',
Lani l Irle alt miiitnetilll. via .
Na.iutner 16. 1OL4.
Nostive Il herelt l vi e that the followlI'r
r.uite l '.rttle'r hihaI llMl tntilri ,of hi Inltention
tir, imak ltna i: (irki)f In Imullrt m l of hi mIlalna. and slId l>rlif wMill e ti iMllle im i frore Ievt-I:rc
:ulid Ii,.'rlvri at anllr'. tille. Fla on ek'eint-
tli'r '1. l i*t. vl ?
I)%t iW m" .M' ('ami.i,1 1 Pf [iiatc'h Iemndl e1n,.
Ildi ';'i)lll )fott" % IT? it S4 1-4 Sec ; A WV 1-2
. I; isla .4 n t i'. Tlo. fl . I MA14 .
Hr nli'liis thl oiilIowln litneil)II o t ) Ii>(v
his 'i conmito)' rel I'lerite unun mlld c ullti ttiln
Ill iltll llltlll t l
.Jln '" liall I liucrwr A. Ke.!h MIlinlre
t'iule li daic. Jetikimi .u"l 4if lhtlc liend.. a.'l
l.l W. 4 ICtiINSi. iN kPrltter
I itlrr ani ins virtile ,it a (terer .*:o-%urih eLf ii altrtuilte Ile land rer itred rlon
Ive. tti, dti% a tof tof lotsr l ItHun. J. TI WHiI.
u1itr or tihe oir.tll t'l i rt ilf th r dlhth Ju*
it i.-il 'i t.'i il ot -li' rd-tlti It i aitd or Alchebii.
i'R.Airnt In a 'i rrtnin ehaen cr''n ia'im umherrin
their 'ri hk.t 'Fertii'er MiNtrnjifie mtil it 1'oiwmpnv
1i ri iieiilaitlil arwlt H M. r M ,oi Mlll OheolohI
M. ir: t. hil l ife,. riit dl'fi' e r lanith., n. SivecialI
M l ri ii|t tLil nted f li' i'.iTtliiit ir f ,.' t. p li. I tlie hish n i he1tlh idri,
t efore Itli' .urlist howe oqi' ti%. in the CIlv L1Y : G. iit- I Ills'. ihlorkl-a. on
M t.l i.t .eic coatW il l.d \ io( Jlaiuari. it.U lte-
l ri'ti lh,. Icisnl hiour- of .slC-. the ronlmmu liu
Iurtlit o f( lieiIt .l Ih'i iinl tiellid ili -alit Al.mchbu'
(i*>iihit ,. !l>id del'--'.'ilcel a Ir f hl'w l -
Stiiltii'itL iutrter of Sinuttirasit IIarter( ot
s.~<'l,, i T'wentv <- Toi'wnioliil, Nine (9p.
il.mnrf |'l'erqilt'-v i is *t Sipith lir)i lEast a&Not
t3t1 u { .if S. tJhw'a r.' 'l ,;irt v .,r l; >Mit,'reC
'R40l t" It J 0'1aIti4>'.V I117., In s-1 %e'riirn T uc tv
il 't ii.wnttail, Nliine 41 Itimve Twenty-twoi
'*I S40t1i .t1til S(0t t S' 1ntti h iLf I f 'ouluthi*wet
urirer oi rwtiofln Twvnrt nI vesih Ip N21;'v l angr* Tirvcnti%-t144, <-a South,
1ml l:.n-t W%'.t till f f s<,W'ii' 't ia 'i rtei't
Lll(1 Nortr;i. aiuartlr of .t 4 aIlbwe"mtl iuatrter
i tI .~-f't.i-n 'lltn1 i -i'ltr il gaht Town >hi Nlir
sip, lasi 'r a T riiv'lV t ie t I. i miIth li ntr iof
tni'.l.hela'mar. i a Nilrimkti 4 NuirAt l ',ualer tif



Sluaranteed 8 years old. Ir the
gallon $3.00. 4 full quarts 13.50.
(uaranteedf years old. B the
gallon 92.7A. 4 full quarts 4.0o.
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the
gallon 12.60. 4 full quarts 2.76.
By the gallon 2 2.5 4 full quart
Guaranteed 4 years old. By the
gallon $2.5 4 full quarts $2.76.
Guaranteed 1 years old. By the
gallon $.)W. 4 full quarts *8.25.
We handle all the leading brands of
Rye and Bourbon Whiskies in the mar-
ket and will save yout frnm 2 per eat
to 50) per cent on your purchases. Send
for price list and catal(gue. Mailed
frue upon application.

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Pala. I tkI F la.O
&Ai "&VA A eauI l ionleIV 2 U *LtQ

lHunter Ilye XXX .......... ....$1 80
XXXX2...... ...... .. .. .... 2 00
Gold Medal... ... ........ .8 T

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'lTh ilinventor of tlth famous "TER.It
litLL I8At l,;a." a man known wher-
evur plows are sold and used, says:

"I have uWite MlOZ1.EkH K I.l:MiN
Ii;XII. fIt r I1 oa r 11 y'ei) rq ii myv
frrulls fir the stumach liver and kid-
nitv,. and llnd ItI ln tie hent itliii'lne I
hiiavq ever u sl. It is alli uI sure I o-
utlih lfor er .lit In the Iuck ir uruler the
thipulerlr I have rewi.ameadted it in
litLmeriiLlJ a "1 1-s to I I)y wdlIki ein. w heo
Wkrk lud it i..le to work. sed It ihaia l-
W e)- iveli gIerfe't aIiluelO4Ilin. l Is.
'T KIR EI.I. I'resklen Atiliilaa Pl w
es' A l.*',! .. *

~- -- -- --
ltel.trr!, a e~!ronril tiii uA :m i wanted
in lP'at' usinilily t|Pni. a charge of
jumpingug" a labor contract. The man
was arrested at the Maultsby mill.
near Fairbanks, brought to this oity
and placed in jail, where ie Is now
awaiting the arrival of an officer from
Dade Oily.
Oleer (inager also arrmted Tuee.
day Ited Rlahardson, colored, whom it
In alleged killed a man by the name of
Watson at (O)ttfr Cre-k on Julyt 2th of
the present year. Thr arrest was made
by a deseriptiou furnlshed tly Sheriff
V'alker of Levy esoiniy. and that of-
hoer was notilhfd and is expected to-
day. Omfoir rangerr feel sure he has
the right nman, a the description is
identincl. At the time of the murder
the man olniiittiiR l *ame went by tlhe
name onf Rtd Morse. allis Bob Moas.
there is a reward of $100 for the cap.
ture and conviction of the right man.
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Powder and Shtlls.



lM.1.l- lNi-;lt Ni4l'litN t rl71AlTKiM

irtlita' te l 1t,) u oLP.Q, aL1 it.4*i 4 liade l llill -
S 1ils r ltat Irt I to -l.-. It.`01 Ie rt 4lW.1ine w 1
l)m> w nairi t 'lIi', t i l Ill .A 1 'ru F. l iuE 1n. f
f Of Nw' tPI n w'i Se I. t t. 11. IR 14.
The 'ilr euhll I .li hssiisrltl at thir dtrlr ul

I'nIt- P4.I i vri r u'Iti dtfl sit411 ,he red emenard e'-
ie ton li 1i 4 it i f a ti i v A it a
W t llr, it tlir iIl hlti4Lr,' iI il1 i4 l t hel
She L otit dai o Nif N.iwinr. A II Al.
t4lprk I'lIret.u i1".tt'. r AitiumI C. ti l .
pd Pirr lN II Wi e lrI l i'.t

I)EW I'NIt4 'l" MKOTIIJN Si li i4m. LAWS U" VlAJtIllDA.
Notvle t i hreby tvren tha t P1 It. linker. Kur.,,
IteriHh'er of T i c(.rtilleati No it. dated
the fth d a iof J ly, A. I. 1 it;. hIs % led sId
Certtlflostr iutu u oO 4e. 11 hit eas maiLdN aIts-
i(1dn fii tar deed to Ir ue In urllttnilu nr with
law. iaki cortinictle embrnisaae the fllulmini

At'll Ie r TI. W .4II. Iur II.21 eoustlnl W
sThe sakid ilen hiitw aaed atll the date of
Ithe IUal4rCI m0is at liM delicate 1n the, Dri seof
ITnflm maid vertllulaete shall he mlretmed so-
cordlng to law. tax deed willt nlaae Itherluao
the an uda )i1 JamouarvY. A. iLK IsA.
WlItne*~ imy amrnl e liastiuru asld cIri th is
the ith of Jecrlember. A. ). 1II.
1i. U. DENWt)N.
0ilerk I ireult ('Cort Alachvu Co., -Via.
id 'cer H4. I. WenAeil. k 4'.

~midl d Icea t ilevrsllle. i nw.
November 7. T14t.
Notioe Is hereby orven Ctl the efoUwarl
MAtS ee T AL flb d mo(|em oftkin ble s1dloM
I me lal Gol Proof i s ipPeor t of
ie i sM t t ls rn poof wil b ae d B
to"rlC-- uld Vtllwt Mlrv- 1-mrvUl w
oas Deember I i 1*4, win:
LOnTu s T. Warslua of I ,U. is..
lid. Mal fe twh Bel or be* SL Tp 5 .. I .
4I t
i names the forlowblr wserlsl to l' V
of *am Iamd Vic
JamesI C Ir m Job A. trnta Perry W.
Plrklis, John W.Wurmer., ll ot L eil. nM..
isd W. O. OBI NW N. lOtrr.
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Out-of-town people please make i.
one to avoid delay. m8

Establ W ii IIn Ui.

The Oldest Whiskey

House in Georgbl
ai1 l aii daiy 11

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-n dof Gam Interat GOth.
rd by Our Reporton


H Has Happened and What is Going
SH appan Teld in hort Paragraphs
SThat "Hie Who Runs May Read"
| ttITe skm.
7am nLeaday's Dauily Sun:
SJ. M. yltester of Farbanks was In
e city yesterday.
e or Sale-1AOU quartt-bottles for
q sp A. L. Vidal. 2t
0 A dlo r pring nits at "5 cents
Sperbushel. The l. Thomus
Op. dltw2t.
XE. Melton, one of Micanopy's
mii prominent eitiXens, was transact
lnx business In this oity yesterday.
Mi's Fildes of irove Park, the OR.-
Sglen teacher of the Grove Park
S8ahool, was visitor to this eity yester-
Mr. and M. J. C. Halle have re-
*. .ued to Alabhua, after a brief but
-phlsslat visit to friends and relatives

B. Brans of Orange Heights, one
of the leldlnl etiaens of the East Ead,
~1 w trasemetlal business in this ity

Ms n. L. A. Cmey, the clever land.
ly of he Oasey House, High Springs,
wa asmeag those who favored (aies-
will with a visit yesterday.
Males for sale-One dosen well sea-
0edd,,oo. troo mules for male and
adIf s many gotd heavy wagons. Ap-
ply to J. W. Carter, Mieanopy. Fta. w2
O..P. MolIntyre. an ealeient operator
lad assistant sent of the Atlantic
Ooas Line ar IRohelle. was among
Sthos who paid (Gainetville a visit
Dr. and Mrs. .1. II Colson are re.
joeing over tihe birth of a ten.pound
bts girl. which came to bright ten their
home Sunday evening. Friends extend
O Hgratulations.
J. E. oFph of Alachua. senior mem.
S er of th firn of the J. E. Fateh
company. extensive merchants. re-
turned to that place yesterday. after
S pending Sunday with his family here.
S Engineer John .i. iuinlan of the At-
lantie Coal l.ine has assumed the run
between High Springs and Rochello.
smeoeeding Engiaeer John Larson, who
will go on the rut between Palatka
and St. Petersburg.
J M. oash of W illiston wa in the
elty yesterday. Among other pur.
chaks he ineludeJ a handsome top
bouy for a CIhristiitam present to his
wife. This vehicle was purchased
twom the maker, C. C. Pedrick.
Wanted-A good farmer to take
charge of twohorse farm two miles
from railroad Good land, good fence ;!
two houses and barns. All farming'
Implements. seed. etc. Healthy lo-
allty and eloee to a food school. Ado
dress T. J. Coan'. Its eigh, li
Rev. S. !. IBngers of the First llap.
tist Church has returned lo this eity,
after having spent a week in Hligh
Springs assisting ll'r J. J. Farmer in
I revival sePrvie. le reports a very
interesting meeting. with several ad-
ditlons to the church.
Among the proii.inen ILast Iundern
Vilitlng this city yetrlrday was .i A.
Wiaa aD i .. *- .. t. /l L: 1 ....

ns of I range 1 eights. ..1r King
er h

Sports ti il peopfrlt Uo tat section' all
prosperous condition. the farmers hav-
1in made excellent crops. As a result
the merchants have enjoyed a ,1 I
trade, and everybody Is contented.
Anouug tle prominent visitors t, this
city is Captain ;. I-. l ounglove of
Newberry. pioneer in the pIhosphate'
business in thill county He Iha jlult
returned from 'oloraid and other
Western Statei, where he has Ibeen frr
the past few months. The CapIain's
friends in this suctinl are always glad
to see bhim.
W I'. IBoulware of Orange Heights
WM among the visitors Io this city yes-
terday. Friends of Mr. Itoulware will
ergret to learn that recently he had
the mlstforttun to be thrown by a wild
horse, which injured an arm consi ler-
ably. He is getting along nicely, how.
ever, and hopes to be in a position to
6ae the injured member in a few daJls.

After a brief business
city, J. A. Ward returue
Bell, where he Is engage
cantile business. Mr. W
lucts a general store a
iorse Shoe, a small v
tiulf in Lal.'ayetLe count
a good business there.
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Mobile. Ala.. 1
Dr. 1. Ialll. St. l.n
Sir- Having tried dif
and their remedies for
for back and kidney trou
nothing successful unti
'Texas Wonder, IIall's i
ery. and, being rapidly o
Paying with railroad m
Sbless the man who iinve


The Pope Bioalle IPa
d um Calendar for 1906
orandum leaf for ever
year, and :185 original ii
of good Wrads. goid hk
exercise, and that gr
healthgivling, the model
our most reminient livinK
ed accomlisbmenut. Tl
free at Iopei Manufaetur
stores or utty of our rea.
it by fhndirl K flv r *et
Poloe ManufaHturing C
Conn., or 14:1 igel St., C
Dr. (Ioldsteln, the ona
ing a ine business, and
ly drelares that he ha4l
to "'out out" his other
ailueaville his future he
well pleased with the oit
pie that he proposes to n
date for a couple or weeI
ed to return ihere for tihr
anyway," he said, "*but
are so elrver and the
trautiful froin nature th
alded to remain for ten c
I have a couple of weeks
hands and intended to
Florida for a little rcvverr
I have decided to take
right here."
Col. T. V. Porter of J
in the city looking after
here. Col. Porter a aU
wille is prosperida, ad I
of that olty were all boal
one way or another. Th
of the Florida Bank an
panya bank of $1.01),0
January 9, is being antic
great deal of interest by
element of the city.
which W. F. Coach man
dent, and. His Exeells
8herman Jennlngs, one
presidents, with W. A
cashier, will be one of
financial institutions in I
by far the strongest in F
P#%tm Wedneday's Dwa
Prof. S. J. Ellis of A
the city yesterday.
N. M. May, .Jr., one of
Citizens, was in the oily
600 bushels Ninety-Da
at 80I per bushel. 0.
IEigh Bprins, Fla. wtf
John Entensz of "Wa
turer of the celebrated E
was in the city yesterday
). 10. Huff of Evinat
city yesterday. Mr. Hu
leading farmers of that i
Mrs. E. K. Anderson o
was among those who fa
ville with a brief visit ye
U. I. Flowers, a me
cont rator of Hell, wa ai
nelr visitors to thsl city
Mr. and Mrs. Mattox
in this eity yesterday. I
oneofthe valued employ.
ion Phosphate Company
A. I. Rollins. colored
the A reher section. was
terday and had his name
subeHription list of The I
r (ren C. Chairea of (
fi the most 'widely kn
prominent resldentn of
sat among the visitors

go to Bouth
ltion, but now
my recreation

aksonville is
r his interest
i that Ja1keon-
bat the people
Il engaged in
e stablishlna
d Trust Comn
0O capital, on
lipated with a
the business
This bank, of
will be presl-
anoy William
of the vice
. Redding as
the strongest
the South, and

laehua was in

Wade's clever
i oate for sale
V. sEasterlin.

Ido. manofar-
Cntensa cigars.
on was in the
f is one of the
f High Springs
rored Oaines-
rehant and tie
monK the buol-
of Tioga were
tfr. Mactox is
Ps of the Uo-

. a farmer of
in the city yes.
added to the
)ld 'Town, one
own knd most
that section,
to this eity

I trip to this
d yesterday to
d in the mer-
ard also con-
nd fishery at
village on the
y, and reports

)ec. 24. 140.
ars, M o.- lhar
rerent doctors
several yeanr
bleas, I found
i taking The
reat liicov-
ured, the old
en is. "dad
ted the Pull-

Stitan sleeping car," 'bt h *i. "(ad ,
Stleas the inventor of Halls rexas
S\ondler." our truly.
I 't s W. l. IB.CLAuIK.
S A I : It I Co.. M bile. Ala.

S(lOe nta'll bottle of the Texas Won-
*der, Itall's Greal Discovery, cures all
I kidney and bladder troubles, removes
graTel. cures diabetes. seminal emils-
S. ......a LanA ie imla bnabm kaml.m. am

*w- w-w -- -- Umanufacturers of lumber, was a busa-
._ 1 "nes visitor to thls lty yesterday.
Mr. and Mrts. F I. BHester .@f Evins* After a brief vista to this lty 8. D.
ton were among thehoose favored Phiferof High 8priang. proprietor fl
ainneville with a visit yesterday. Mr. the New York RBaske, retmed to his
Heter is an enthusiastic K. of i. and h om eterday. Heo se for the
came to attend the dietris m leelg. purpow of attendlag the dltre mneert
B. L. Barlow of Kvlhmston, oe5 of the log of the KEights of Pybles.
most soseesful truckers in that se* Among the vilitos to the dktrie
tion, was la the city yesterday, having meeting, Knight of Pytihlm, lWhi
ome for the purpose of attending the wa held In this eliy Tuaday, w
ditriet meeting of the Knights of (lorge A. Potter of drasto n pr1ap,
Pythias. N.Y. Mr. Potter, who isa vr em t
A. .. lilleary of Mioanopy was in shuilalsie Kalght. lt, is lldia hl e l
the dty yesterday. Mr. Hilleary Is t r with hbis lmily a Waldo, and i
now employed u solicitor by John V. delighted with this m oes of 1he
Ieaton & Co., *ommislon namrehants, country.
New York, and is enjoying a Ane btla. tR M. Chamberlain aod J. W. Kr.
mneo. lie hasJust returned from Houth lish, two elthuseiastle Knights of PyV
Florida. thls from Miseaopy, woren Inthe elly.
Aktr a brief but pleasant visit to They fJi e to alend tbe diatriet le-
tbhi city, during which time they were ng of the K. of P., and eajoy4 the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Me. work thoroughly.M. nr. ngllsh gpid
Mahan, Mr. and Mrs. L. T.Roux re. nauredly deelare that "DelplW
turned yesterday to their home at brought a Sourse Mk as a hakdhwoesl ,
Williston. They raided here for many and that his family will Os requll4
yearn, and former friends were glad to to sook anlthigl for the mae s
welcome them again. But that is one of BEagllsh' etes,
W. L. Br oe f td and must tbe taken for wha It Iss lwet.
I., ],. Breeds, one of Iteso Doi. sss's wot "lu m
planters and good fellows of the L- ullphth
Crose section, was trasacting busil- "'.
nss in the city yaetes ay. Whil iles Orson'st Boothera Shows. eme*
here he called at The Sun islsu a dog aad posy show and msew
"'made good" for his paper for another be performances will appear In
year. Mr. Beeden a ates that the <*i1 yille on theo afttrnon ad eve
people in his section are prosperous o he 21s et. Thishow Is
this year. of thea of the ind on the roa.
W. Haukniht of Aher on. e oa s press notices from all eefta
Ch W. heBautgr aou re inrs-elasn i every
the leading buine en of that respect. The show Is of strictly Bulbt*
Sion, was a visitor to the county eapi- era birth, and is aleaa sad re l eld i

Joyed the most profitable trade for ... ...__ _ __ _
crops, have reewed good prices, sod nothing but reaied work will be issio.
as a reuni thb merchants kave on- duced.
Joled the most proftable trade for
several years Everybody seems to "-
have money, and the country In the
vicinity of Archer is very prosperous
just now.
Captain W. K. Jackson of Invernress.
fo)r threee terms a representative of the
people in the House at Tallahassee,
an the last time elected by a hand-
som majority to the Senate. is in the
city ono-usines., ad is registered at
the Brown House. Captain Jaokson is t
a gentleman of pleasing address and
pleasing manner, and has many friends
wherever he is known. Since he has
made such a faithful representative, it
is safe to say that hr will make a most
efficient senator, aid the people of
Citrus county are to I congratulated.
Pna 7Aluri ay',s rr ift y un:
J. H. Dye of Micanotpy spent yester-
day in the it Cs o MIss Fcn
Minr. I" Stall of Monteucha was Orser, o Boston, Mast, b hi
in the city yesterday av fo sl
Simnnson's Wond'rful Balve ror ale o a wome.
by J. W. McCollum & Co. 'DEAn Ma~f. PIKIIAU.-I suffered
Smisery ffor erral vyars. My backached
J. A. Ward of lairbanks was a vim- and I hiad baring-down pains, and fre-
itor to (iainesville yesterday. qnent hi'adalhes. I would often wake
lohn Holly of Arredondo was trln. misery theat It lwu-d be hOu e beore
acting business in the city yesterday. I could cloto my eyesv again. 1 dreaded
W. A. Strickland of Paradise ws the long nfflhts and weary davr I
c. would do no work. I consultedl I~er-
among the visitors to Ihi city yest r- ent physicians hopitn to ret r61sif
day. ut, finding that their medictlne did
Rev. Char. Isacan of Mieanopy was not ure me. I tried Lryla E.Pink
,ateh's Veetable Comrpoutan rr
among the visitors to this city yesterIt highs rVecnamlnded tomp e.o uu
day, g Ilaul that 1 .did m. fir 1 soon found
Harry tiracy of lHigh Springn was tha t i wa the m,.'llne for m r mr .n
among the visitors to this city yemter- I V rnd r r 1-,,rwal tro erfert health.
alndIrr nsrttand( ta, awrhtc~t health.

day. I feel splen.lhr. li:vu n llne appetite I
Mliss Celia Johnon of Atlanta. s. and have gi In weight Iot"-
I, ..s .... .. . .- .' Ma l'K I, tl ., 14 W rrrntnm l

will aeoil S 'e

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ew N01 i
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pond bor lme Il
IAm*rande at ,
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gDow r-ry so. .ehowl

ds car theo 1 1

selel for Shobv bd Le
Mantgood .tsangood V

10A0rrow brand O.7

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64as, now only 8fa.

elctson 3i5 llawso inhr a


llv Memoran. Thoma leall of Tins, valued emI a REV. NIXON TO
oaics a mean- ploy. of the IUnlon Ihhasphate Com.
y day in the ws a' visitor to this lity yeer. OaiMltWe PFaM"
linela ID favor day. Wte's uet -7hs1
alth, outdoor Mr I. Wl. Donnelly and daughter While bhe pr~ok
oat veht4le fi ofi of Ilih Springs are in the rCit, the W ltp of t .d OO
erin biayele, bl Iguests of Mr, and Mrs. J. Wlu. *asIedlnngl to lM 1 Jk X I
men of mark.i Bald P Scalp shiny and thin? wright. t from the puOtga isg
she ralndar Then It's probably too late I. C. lckey, of High Springs waMs hkdl Chul, *MqgW
Ing Compuny' You neglected dandruff. If ram..u io.ow e n rinme to (asyIle alaI d SPet sM
lor eats obtain Itooko-ii I %be he 008kne" &10
S W you had only taken our ad t- toatta't li' disric meeting of tll he hoeafenna OH b
, stHm rd, vice, you would have cured Kuisa ,f r pf 'yhla. J. ation t
hIc o, 1l1. fo* Il. < ur t!ot(r Von t sIa ave 1pno le lose ln.
good redn j E jnIWJ f fl froii antaiai* t lemiyv-s 1ft, or Mr. Nixne la g**a
list. Is 1 36 less 0at rre Cent. ech pperehuntlorid WhI
oodnturd red th order. tWhile

Rake a returnI opportunity. Improve It. The Sun. with oeilr friends, extends. lp oan wmi~a
Is. "I ante nd. -Ib ew. 0i a ge Ha or tl .r Vor eoi1ai'tultMlon. 0gord a nor. m. Ili m -
-- rw yee palso. t -.M .if"
e or four days w7n hair.e dwo, I (ksh.l y OPants per bush01] for spriig oor hIa people will welvf
these people ft sn. Nu. d1day i t. The S... Thu rnm Rev. J P, Bllbuusl
little city so es it Rn 4 Loeewl c oi ll.. e eilrle
tat I have de.! for i Monroe Venable or Kannaiha. a distlro wish h
loys or more." g member a ofhe firm At Vrnab le h. bUe s sriasIrSi
'lime un my UO I air Jone, n avl s*to* r *operators md vile dltirl .