Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01316
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 4, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01316
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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and healthy urrddl of countrysical-

cotton mills oe Wg as the legisla-
." -turea of the South are too subservient
SSouth l b ng Great Body of Prosper- d laws of rstrictig child labor Departa W ProtectOr Subjects b Soth
osh, hitt igWhite Fanmers. With Force I u1
Snmany thoughtful and far-bt'iwe g mill
1... owners who heartily favor ctrlcter
HgH, N. C., ,J P40 P n-o not come to this condition so rapidly regulations. WASHINGTON. Dec. 8.-,Naval striking distance of the AtlatlUo Oo A
arIner, the moIslgycir- In America as in other countries, be- .Remember. we have no ill will to forces of the United States are heing ln case of'danger to Amertean Iles
weekly .i.tb, cause of the abundance of cheap land ward the cotton manufacturers; we moved forward to both coasts of Co- or property In that seetion of t Ni
notable at h week resulting from the newness of the ave no ill will toward th, negro, trial America for tihe purpose o pro- ra At Port Utmon. Costa R e %,
abitious whits'e ..mers settlement and the sparseness of We do realize very strongly, however, testing American life and property In are anchored the erStIeN Des Motan0
bg now, M .* that population as yet; but in the long that the safety of the South depends Nicaragua by force of arms, If the ne- and Tacoma. each with NO men
South Mnu.ier run the history of other countries pon the presence' of a large white lessity arrive. aboard, and the gunboat Marietta with
te of a must be repeated here. rurdl population. The drift to the With the departure late yesterday lo0 men.
pous sua W far"W "These thoughts came very forcibly towns and the cotton mills not only fmoin Philadelphia of the troop ship With the probability 'of many dela
im aekboop -iry. to mind as we rode through a cotton affect this directly, but also Indirect- Prairie with 700u marlues aboard for ate quoAtllo~ arls n In IoSana
plantations, It b hold mill village the other day and saw ly, because when once the oimpuation the Isthmus of Panama. and If It be and of their demanding immediate
gea. 'thea, hepe we have abogt the women, and children-who have let ly ngro, the small number of white the callingg from t Madaloena bay of the cided to send a fla officer to NlMe.
Southern white a leav- the farm to become the homeless pole left may be forced to move protected crulitr Albany and the ratua to take command of the Amaa *
farm to take work it cotton hirelings of the cotton manufacturers. out in order to find sufficient numbers gunb",t Yorktown for Corlnto oun the can naval forces. Rear Admiral W I.
We are anxious to see the The negroes, finding no place in manu- fur a society of their own. Piacif Coaat of NlcaraRua, the war- Itam K. Kimball was chosen for that
g enterpr4- of the f!cturing for them, are left on the .it was a wise saying of James like r. Ilvity of the tnavy department duty. He sailed for Colon, Panam4 ,
u p, but wie a ore anx- farm and are becoming land-holders Oliver's, 'Happy is the land that la wa bX-. 1tilng maLnifPeat on both nceans yoastrday on the Prairie. He W il
see the farm lausd of the in rapidly Increasing numbers. Prof. tilled by the man who owns t.' and that wa h the Nicarasuian thore-t. Ie-i make his way from there to Corlato
by prosperous atsMll white W. E. DuBois, a promlinent Georgia the great need of the South today is sides I e cruisers IeU Moln'-t and doubtless. as rapidly al possible.
Snd to see thes amnal white negro educator, has just published a t encourage the holding of small Taronma *.nd the gunboat Marietta are Admiral Kimball has been a m21 ,1
have their part In- 9 great map showing that since 1900 Georgia farms by white farmers. We repiat. lying off Port Iimon. Costs Hlie, ter of the naval boards of iral awakening nbw' ,gIng on. negroes have Increased their land- that we say this in no ill ~ Ill to the reil- for uny call upon them and the tions and retirements and of constrUe.
eonue has wisely s~ that In holdings from 850.000 to 1,500,000 negro-In fact, It should npt be necoes- un of the little gunboat Vicksburg tion for more than a year.
Sand all countries the men acres and now own within the State t a:ry for us to say this, because no are pointed toward thie mtutom hos c There were no developments at the
elsses who o the land of Georgla aloe an area larger than ne else in the South has preached and town of C(orirto. The gunboat State Department yesterday regarding
or lat-,r make theaiTlves the the entire State of Delaware.Ore peralsntly than we the doctrine Princeton is endeavoring to make her Nicaraguan affairs. Although Seere
yrcy of that country We have "Not only thle, but the negro chill- mot t is thentell enth proaperou Wtrin y froin te n renmerton to vy yard. tary Knox, Itn ic agte Wedneedayr
negro who helps, and the ignorant. Washln on, to Coranto, also. niaht to the NIearatuan charge, Mr.
SN overty-breedlnu negro who. makes u 'I addition the transport |u n.. Rodrigues. Intimated that he wouM
WWp0nt ,A all poorer-but we may this for the ,oarding to what is md to t willing to s that ntleipan s.
n w O ws good of white and black alike tbe. Pln of the official responsible will officially, the permlasion has not et
rp t' o nus the t Interests of both races salt front Panausa for CtrtiN .w, t oh wAken adva tege*,P
demand that the rural Houth maintain psrubably a smany a s1.100aMnrnie Havlo prmply 11afmoad to a 1
018 iti large white population. Unlessaboard.on after the Prlidrle siflt lengthy sMbwm t he loaragane
InsU raU nceUv VUO this is done the neoro himself will left Plhlaldelphia yesterday after0od gove nt that the Amnerican eem*
aaot progress as rapidly an he will with with 700 msrnes. arrived at Colon. tary of State had Wedesiday lgM
otp gridances and unley IF hi with On the Albany are about 280 blue preem ted him with his passports. ge.
YORK, Dec. 3.-Control of the commonly understood In Wall street white gucitdance of th ule ou this ais orkts and on the Vicksburg. York. or Rodrigues, charge d'alfaire. of
ble Life Assurance Society that at least one large trust company Inevitably go backward, town and PrinceMon about 150) searh. Nicaragua in WashingtoM. Is now
i if secured by T oi may take a hand in the deal, If the bly go backward. The, together with the marine, awaltlng Instructlons f rm PresMet
SaseuretheyThas F.consent of the Equitable is obtained "'We urge every tenant-farmer, and would make am army equal to any 7,elays as to what cour N he eI s
oos after the Insurace can- Under the terms of the trust agree e,14pecally every white naln who for organlatlon reported to be srving fllow now that diplomatic relat l i
mnie >ars ago, has passed to ment referred to in Mr. Morgan's an- ay reason i thinking of becoming undr Zeay. twse o the United States and Ns ..
IW, i wg.;n with the $47%1000,- nouncement the Ryan stock could not somebody' hired man in town instead At the same time tbh United States --- --------* .
I met,. which the company de- be sold without the consent of the 'f owning his home in the country. will have a formidable force within fOnetiane1d ao Pp1. Two.)
It it. last statement. 'he surviving trustees, whote terms of to buy land. The great Ilantatlon. of ssasa
Ir,lart from its magitfAe as power held until June lo next. and the south. fur the ood of our section
pcr ih the history odt An-ce, who migbm continue the agreement a. a whole. must be broken up. We M k a V1
ee omuletu reversal the older for another five years if they saw nn;mut ncaget te(1 j slirit o f hoe -
hder whichh the I oa fit
I cotrolled the deetlUMades of the Mr. Ryan's holdings in the Equitable his own vie and fig tree, and we T rai
I and trust comrpatea, were bousht.. In large part, from must *peclally encourage the de-
Sfolioig brief state t. is H. Harriman had laid plan which, s white farmers B a iai,
hi th. offices of Mrgan he supposed,. were to assure him te "The saving of the rural Soeth to ------
control which went Instead to Mr. Ry- the white raoe Is one of the most i- RUPVALO, N. Y., Dee. 3. -emoast he had lived with bthe woma ut
S*orKan has bought the ajora- n. It was during the hearings of Portant problems now before the pe- Phillip o A d A dwad in.th, ald *e did sot h aoe she was Phf p
the stock of the qJutable Lute the Arm.trOlg insurance investilga- pie of the Cotton Belt. a farmer asr Loelpeort. were held for wife, The alleged ate of t hie W
SS xety., formerly pwn ton that Mr. Harrlman, when ques- "In this connection, there is smother h gray lruy oS a charge of viSot- ws the reak tof a taHlk the m ad I
IF Ryan. This paNhas. doned on this point, coined what sub thing that ougst to be ine'Uied. sd lg tb. peal statute tat preMbiHt in a tSaver, Smith had Mid m ws.
Sto the trust mig eh heqme tly became a national byword. that is the problem of limmlgratUoa the se g of a wome. The man wuliM w Mie with iMl. whergepm
SCleland. Morgans J. OWrL He wa asked If be had h settled se ored Te sarcrr' Unaoe and ot er oIr ri tohe attentis of the as Phitpe to allgd to Ihave id: j
i Vtinghouea s 0 aee with Mr. Ryan and answered erely ers' arnasations are right t h p tloriti wh PhIlips' wife appeaid *"To -a have ,p Mit i 1.M ."
I ttS. for the beeflt ad pge "*ot yet" The public added with telasi agalast the comingofl large a a spete t of Ih 9. ar hely bh d tn ahMgins" saId
a nd it e 5 p3 Mr ready intultlon "but .oon" "bst ofI aliabns. RusuisaMi Hsa- e. we M a Mvn te ba "-g I row ed a-l-_", l- "
rts.0 i ncldinc g OS the At the offices of 5the Buitable garians Potie. etc. This wolM -she umbd ^M( P W h" l l l I ae rey to o n tmhe am
l d by hl tbu James sntMNy President Paul Morton profes- make a lad matter worsw, and um. Mubnd had he b to *e mih Sor wme- e- mbed te te w "M d
*d Iemwaer to the transfer. It is picat rattr n furtil e Wh. l. and tha ai he tom- t he ar e-a hi lt"

f)t amount .te ,Mk ~,aw however, that the directors of wold help. howeer t e 8 lP fsm Pm" IS mo Mg tLtho puM
I U r Morgan at pSt the O seetMy and tthe principals to the a larg*"h i berof wide awk WMU reed gs th admi e e'hs soulse"406".
th pre th pW del were confer ce Wednesday ra ad Weme far mers yI .. ..
e W I l d t yesterday, and lhber I small WO N swrnM na" m an"
5i ""d -er ahy Japtowh stael hlr o ee

Agrc eultre. y Teae4 ot hatred-n
W Ntel frmes will also MagI
K ~lwl uVID for 5SMr f Stem Peple Is A
WU that thy aeaMOd0n lam TA L
luldK k, a-kin&ewfw -- with o- r ew- _-mto EntL i

t1S.LabSr. sa ftuberser. rsfl a tMhe
L nUm sadW a dl 4.a.D cI p c .esraes OA VIILUAI A a.. E.-N -fewe mao's ClitIm Ausnlt s A,

e \e ,4.* a s sa, the h h ee* we voahd ibhe 's iia A li a oit ";
!Sum soinPoo. of mm weari suassp se ep5W. s he.. --r Ass we so bgeo IV
hI eru a rolfasadl aWm thd a twak e Wto *esis hStOweS M th e aiNso we at raew aim h
oa 64 1 ? 5*v AMUe Owed t"sheU Pe- OW tam I6 .r s ISpoe2 rrse, MI wos& ans of WIN
a Amw.s. oe that t* ..Ietsfteas t.l e"t te ts
He t o e lesisnl ,t a mn tobetOf sdthe UW s F b te 9 I

Owr dM Idr t

AM OW it -A rm 0 t p

W! YORK, Dm. 8S t oivi fancy.
S.atdn(us toshlan, dlp oe thv ^e "oHin thi
$ @s en fe ori m e ye r i A < e t bej e .
I;U# r S lm a" ter '."-* areI b-t
a"AipsP ifbedbaee nd
peN- dtIn f"of
itdeS his per.

311Wieteoe Y M osAi stI pation

.f Jeoeaetyo sisaid this .hL
a m t his l t ot .ot-gC this see m C at ra se ebu

B dIR OO ither to irrtomht. hadlid
fe ofrerheo txreo th t oehewu *- was at A t it|k! 'h
bMt dro o ta pnto by (OrRs t aMae O eO she vadeoe .t uenetg we
v "bew booM vere. sr. Re.d It Whle Ringingi
le w s sdd4 for aout i 4I se PhtOwe at lttheee i Un e M I5
|>lapsed pohat, Itiad Mhnhagetdl -h5g up Leoeltalto argeeao

.g ... o i. Au l- Thn we havel od alaed tt Aisile I of Week wlasl se.
aga Ith wa sota i re a ny (Coi t i n N g. Tage O ) ste t theastd s tha N therear ott.
order 'oe.s h b r. a tc s t e

Ai hed mta- d l f th *ort it O 't last tbdaWi op O thet Pat the F y n teat

thi s ha r of a t u o gdl ~,deo Ut S tiates marine"" "ere- la h io se wht. Yteoe
l ld tih e at in viee bto e rd Say o f tthe nit.e Te as i d. .Thil eroddin wi s o^thew D p f to e
orte fat that the whole proved. v wa m e to the W*n t*" w aer ni atrc;os n oL toe h tse Of W. Paou u your polic)
a 5WI st 'his I pnlc ordeW. 8aid 00 A*egmet stme em,, ordere the s throughout the etoire c Muty ne, dl m tha Hr:l
) a tk waea Mt bqk tto.ingl Si-g mmSta esneral was th opwe Is hos e wo Parks 9:3iev oLA.
K. 4 pr son, Justie o u 4 s rlad t "Not" at.re the a n myana tere. le t we, .post ce. ol plays nd. ..
r tck had developed d no w round. th--elarg adiW e ce r wr W ast n igh*t. we re t..
f or a enlng of hi cea ASKTb ALL GAMt elighted t ^t clever Imane n T r
D EATH O." GOGOWSK. Town Golsan High Seom Girol. ulof merte, aedthre 11o wV l d,
argme aeierwenr e tlhavbth Ans. I e.

po.sh~tle Outs si Vt P w Ter was aovel aeds the rstla a afn, whiomc wiel be th eAIN1S

enL g* r lpeta o hs wl erK t 1 P toLL yAM dtep llte bte weayes' a8 "Il -
drivi** nbytg^ wili t 0ho t wa rte d. Gv wor Th e is to r 49 d

di e heued l et Ie a. lW S p ak en t h fr, otind n slap r t s Ise to o this edroml a Larerh-- b rePU e db
^terdeasand, tWsrl e I i h M d"ow e o *10.4. 0.46.. .. 00 :l
t\ y friends la GalaeVUile, where he sl who attended wee well peo e*d ah 1 Jok a d a p production to .le ,

t i s e clti. ania 1 Cl..sssea. slaks osts, wit LAke City, Valdosta, and all point. North 6:00 I
gu* t gMstor ermitsan d a""ise r b s ht MHo d ss .Rtturnifg, arrive Gelnv-i*.... .4....... 9:30
k ovag to TaMpa, whor o was for Mr. Craowford CBaW Lded over* ft ---a-ft

- i from Pat C ford. the rini Py o ry ll of path os am m t
s d a eas gage an o gA comedian th the Cobr Mlases. and humor. sa t one of e treat.
m imsh bsuine a Mr. Crawford is possessed e t a dispo. o th we eik.
SIt was the editor of The Sun's sktion which I. bound to tae aryo ne
pleasure to b aumabetd aong. fol bttter for f living the world, sad ar HSADACNE-ebitn' QAPUOINE.
ormftB Orodowekr ckoet trBds awy carrle it wh him. It w o ar ahether irse wathe. C. ft*I

d a truer friend we have sever to edge by the oaiton he cated or oaero trmaegl, OpAdlne w)
Known. He wa the r a man to pay b walked Into the ofice. Fall reve yes t U id-pl at to L 'Way
u a year's suberiptlon wba we ret of humor and good eb er. always )ol- ta -Aets m .lp. Try It...
engaerd in the wpr Ibasi ly ad with somthind good o ay, e gad to lia drW ar StVA NA. OOiUMUO. O OaI rOWTI Wr PINEl
in Oseaville. nd be always had a t is so wonder that be is makLag a OR
Skind wor and n belping habd to *Mtnd suceem the rot d. A Tuamp wenr hau Mceid n tmin. w~mM WA IwTOnanI, ATIMWORIL
s I tO our boyhood days. To tkw Mr. CMratord to "a boy from Die." Junctlio uor ~ tl her hsbal md Ia r tOM
Heman u ws to love hm, aMd though h"i light h rt and chartml man la home: wV e out to West .rir
e Lived the Jewish faith e was tor r ly ahtises ual uas one a wife haMs se to owt for u order a fr as3 steI
S r a roeur contributor to at asMt of that eort, to keep her abby A at alghts.
earsa regular eSleua e. at that me H m . .....
. of tb Chritim o ,GreatI .W. sa.... t& h e . W. tAR 1 y.
. n aj..e ~Her the w t c s. k Hah.5te . -ce .SEABOAI AOADPMAS

th Po t o Me shee-for be ritkbly ye the tot ds. S& L '
&aWa UsL rew& r at thk he bans yew _ &%a_ ca __
1 te on 0 wfo br d ONLY, TnLm T M Slei

TO G 1 A OLf IN Ok aDAY ol Vii DiO WSiSD i
T aftLAZAfl mo i ,N Q *u
V. rtfto msa ILWl ^Colorjn tIo&
sIf ash

Ih, ele li" e'wt

the electric light at Sweetwater M
| branch. ie

o'y r. ROO



,LI quiet h
broke the, / seo
by matchingg rom
i i the
Swas on her the
,te when t i ed.
| poketb 0 f only
A cbanbg, bi to
ines of' the' thoe in
)MdcClamroe r way
from s$hoppi ,0 light
lre avenue, th1 of her
as not w C
quite dark. ,, BMre.s
roch was the home
I. W. Pattoo yards
her ows negro
approached p out. a
snatched the :whch
suspended froll jivtrt belt,
rushed into the kness of
SMcClamro ir, which
ted the attestgq Rev. l, B.
a, who happe oftt lbe onoven-
near. He apOda.bthe lady,
informed him t 4t ti n6gro had
in the direCetkh 1 th 6 school
Dr. Rogers, Wi a dmirable
made a hasty P M t M tet r the
Sand finally f tU l A In an
on the cbootal but before
wu aware of it the negro had
fed from the door, a,, was again
|n the darkness. Dr. Rogers
& a thorough seath for the mis-
put, but was tnab t Afind him
on account of th o4klmess. He
Je4, however, ktt ib dil see the
he run across thbp, rie. under

Marshal Dell and Special Officer W.
0. Richardson were notified and went
to the seene, but the elapsed time
had given the negro plenty of time
to get away.



The awake us reads te wat
ada. every m yt-a4 answers some h
martt me0406ba.*

Will Bring Family Here. a ma sOelo
W i Fl Pattong r frm er W. W. Roberts of Jacksonville wu
W. F. Patton, Jr., formerly of in the city yesterday. Mr. Roberts is
Charleston, S. C., but more recently one of the w1ll4own business men
of Albany; Ga., who has been in this of his citow buy.
city for some time working In the ya
plumbing department of the Govern- Lake Jones, T. A. Hays and C. A.
ment building, has become so favor- Miles, three well-known eitisena of
ably impressed with Gainesville that Jacksonville. are th the city, being
he has decided to move his family registered at the Brown House.
here, and he is now making arrange- Wallace Waters of Hickman arrived
ments for their transfer. in the city yesterday. and will spent
Mr. Patton, who has been engaged the next two or thMe days here on a
in Government work a great deal, and visit to his mother, Mrs. Rosa Waters,
who has traveled extensively, declares A healthy maas i a king in his own
that Gainesville, from a moral and edu- right; an unhealthy man is an unhap.
national standpoint, is about the best py slave. Burdock Bllood Bitters
olty of its size he has ever seen, And builds up sound health-keeps you
he proposes to come here, erect a well.
home, and educate his four children. Clarence Lindusay and MIr. Proctor
"I have been around some." he of Bronson were among tho vialtors
said to a Sun representative. "I have to this city yesterday. Ihoth are well-
been given an opportunity to see all known business men of Lvy county's
kinds of places and all sorts of peo- hustling capital.
pie, but I believe Gainesville is the J. R. Smith of Trenton was trading
best town from every standpoint in in the city yesterday. Mr. Smith's
the United States." numerous friends will regret to learn
Gainesville folks will be glad to that he Is not enjoying very good
learn of the good opinion formed by health at this time.
Mr. Patton, and trust that his family W.W. and Bartley Thomas and J.
will be as well pleased. 1. .1. 1 .. -a -

Will Move to Gainesville.
J. H. Allison and family, who have
been residing In Micanopy for some
time, have decided to make Galnej-
vill, their home, and have rented the
Phifer cottage, SU>4 West Court street.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison are possessed
of a jovial, social nature, and the peo.
ple of Gainesville will gladly welcome
The Correct Time
To stop a cough or cold is just as
soon as it starts-then there will be
no danger of pneumonia or consump-
tion. Just a few doses of IBallard's
Horehound Syrup taken at the start
will stop the cough. If it has been
running on for sometime the treat-
ment will be longer, but the cure is
sure. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Basu "Wan" ads. biite r"ull~

ii. lnies, anl o Rooi) t 'rek, near
LaCrosse, were trading in the city
yesterday. They report a fine rain
In that section Thursday, hence they
were happy.
Miss Mamie Wilcox of Wilcox. after
a pleasant visit to Mits Christine
Richards In this city, left last night
for lake liutler, where the will visit
friends. Miss Wilcox formerly re-
sided here, and her numerous friends
are always glad to welcome her.
The symptoms,of kidney trouble are
urinary disorders, weak back and
back ache, rheumatism and rheumatic
pains and twinges, pains In the groin.
etc. There Is .nothing as good for
kidney and bladder trouble as De-
Witt's Kidney and ladder Pills. You
may depend upon them to give entire
Satisfaction. They are antiseptic, act
promptly and soothe pain. Sold by
all druggists.




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chances.Got r tCodW
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thoulet I had mpsal GU vr umy bob w d .1W
wot sit UAt -led ORWW MA(boduI-on "ab eim
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~~~~Sg& a o*Aemet.our Agnto Willbe SOw 40 Call for Teo ml 3w wTooOver ft Anee Cy Top ad
LA6 lm Misd.1Eapaymentssand Give Tom Every Onu- moft I* Select --1 Lba 'e -eol
Explai Molbof Em

I'r~ X~ --- c h~t.No tax"S
(uraq mMvemnts:
,SIde__Wv;aetcity water
L~l t 0w .n of p~ heprim
bit for


WMhere UIlversty Plee is LeaIed
This property is separated en the University of
Florida group of buidinp by a 100 foot street on the
West, and lies between the 'nivety nAd the PubliD
Square of Gaineilleo. It fronts 2,000 feet on IUbtrty
street, which is paved and side-walked from City limits
to City limits, and s OGainreville's fashionarMe drivia
boulevard and rideelue rtret. Loe than five mim-
utes' walk from public squan- of Ogsaiville




WE NAVE flU ow"
WORK 1 SNit a
k TIE SAME tfuf
We handle only standardmaeh
oisint .ualtm Perwcto 11a111
Mow*' Wah Tubs, L1Aet
Tula.& and ofw!a M L~ow Lizw
nain, Peerlkms PonIW
BullIi t 4sathat o%"gos~p

risate eswek =all
21SE. Libert.1r


Property m"tto be old ornoted to
pwoom ci Afrim demos.
No &Wobosli quor to be sold on
60e ~ptWo ow21 Yom
Sdin.cf Wes sall not be .hanpd.
No ha aim WOWeS&e


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e ueMGs M atwVas hea te n ^ iie pb ip iS f 1Mw sano a

mt a 'o asltesf tawer, othat *Te .a..e. o thi SpPwr -w "
FARM ImMsOM RoM LvTOCKo. had eabplt *, t Mowe poehnoitoA plqesttao U thst ta r rs at l-ta
Of t .I& HAbs Vd
I- -,--- .. there ha Bes *rn o.5r o ,ww du et ; at a- s as-
!,tmCrwd r .u of e st k ato CM, peopl on the. a 41aa at th. pos,. has ab o iparel a H 'il, ts a n
s amare0ly ths.hout the L otuIture, te reaee so bseas hiat mSoe. *ainr dean CO m .
Smake o, oher isat to to had passeOdprohio9 law Tho re. it no oe ily tiv ew ov a
oathr f of e tonealt a 4v t- eIs Al att 4l o to the Me"a t fntwaty(*arf. .rt
|to. frmP of estootry, eM wethwe the' people *g ready to b.eit a aimt.tonl uIs, l
0 srfoloeerwe so t* .e f i t~dr eoee of tasir hlegoatuere. a otttsal trsta* a. a
stI os. An 'Ume Nt asM*V T at" $t"N2i a$ Wa4itctea vin .ch ure is tashoe Iastmaig, ath
S t o the DMirtmi f Aul. i ly mesift us to their o.e urn0 to dirtl Upon the blood a uw
m ed o.ff JaMary 1tof thto they w rae daneMly what 14 04ree. of *tspeta. thwy mIa
Lilies t e ~omOel ta t thi with o t. maityi t Pet destrwies tn oaeuei s f t1 s
lhp^ ato kiM *teek by tad 4I to proMhit sa lgliHu W. ts. T .he et ms "A, gsing the u istagfte
1y Wtr have Se as lemod s age* tatsem 4oet wvat to g. bmr I vp e tAttle md
bt i sBaOte r from being the ft1U to thy vUl of the mai tty. The ,TI bweiter hat ve so n th T.
of a ood stiMd oor roN, and AantiloeM I0"M wU haes t go to 'a rt5 pwe drst thAmr ear F

prices prailnagbt thet 6legiseB. Addr r. J. CNY 6 0010,
lag of th Year, with some The re oltI Alabama doesat memsb o O
| ht ad a meaaot tt"ed Pet head for thp U ft r as to 4 parent it onl Ta l aly P for amesa
Sditeret hinads'6f animals sold from that the proAlbiticlats have got
- the tarm. The total value ths arrive* ahead of the actual prohibition stt-
.4 at for thee sIx lasss of animals aeSt They have secured more lte-
Is $1.447,500.000. a tloc tba (bte majority stands to.
S No. sold. Avg. Total By means of edauation they any ob
190. Prices nlome. able to get the majority o ither *.
tasrw ... 6,090 100 $60.000.00000 The statement of Goveran Com* of __
Vl alw .... 1,30.M* 110 148^M0000 Alabama that ome and a hatf per
0 cows a .000000 0 110.000,0000 Oat of the population of Alabama
er 0.s .si a nwio m an ai theps.aft"aary. anddo that sti'.J

a 0 to bi ght to the PANATIM

oa4 *M* etget. INGty to 4 p : .
rlw of the vaMt aaout of farm h -"n sme that aatiWU rule the
Met umw c ltlration. lightly men Methodist hur in Auata. O
than half the acrag teMerprated "Not og alR e. Rev. R. J. ighamMW aa
farma s actually salkhvs as lna s a01uted b hs man al coM he kMdM t- ha thMo U
United Stat. Thera to uch WO Mto esv that Mowe as pastor whiskey btom& ye bM
available In theo umoespled o toher e eas Year. wryw la tARPl m
.a. At eustnag pritoes oUr lv "u *. .ham aoortag to report. S.y ye with tho
a premiW Is put Upam the is a man'of scholarly attalsp ts, a Wo arme wil fm
of aimalst for the eaera l oquet preamb ad am tadeati any leading Ieg g hose.
,atet. able church worker. But thre year,
Oe difficulty. however, has always or more. ago be happened to et ath.
lees, outside of the West and the ol* tolcastd. for wlic he was. for a I....
Mr wUter States. that too mueh of bhl1, sUMededo from his mlatsterial
"A stook was of the "ser variety. uttas. CHICH
wm sarepatNs toe maret -Now thea. for athis oe tlpe. for a
aost was waste U" stee whh ROTev. mihan has proved duly
Sn obae me lampoved given b theaa hiheM asthortiesaft
breias. Aay oethr tm p hmt htis ehweek the Phartem who rule
w ade prodats, Mad tha prfts the MN bdlet hnreb ti Agta .r iI
Likely to beo too ueatala to keep (*s* to reesI hM as thetr pastor.
men and iv*e espitkal bs thees "oe, he coatsOt as
N*evorttlWm. then never w w shea tOar from their AIN h ro
btte$ e time Muthean Peseet ee ieeferMce to Noah, "a e at eMs tme
Al farmer to restock is hetrd wvsh set, "m a hl m eiU mLk. Try
*e type Mad kieds that arne a npwr sheM etmas tea& the amed saw
-eat market demnd M0" askthe e46s1t o0"r1 as me.
*eI s he uree saim... e e- Vae
le' ats myr Uet he work as the leeer. Theq uTbr aru & their
ntora maft O" a w "woy extmaws" MlhiM and the wu1 M DfaN *'1v
b 91 Ialey $aa K e West as he waI eM *a to 0 ISss
1 e 4agh. There are now "W e of ta agkea m
ever three emd0 w er empte90 they 0Mm M so to f hM6 0 es a

rw&?. of High-Class Racin
4Om"UIf)btY, Nov. 26th. Six <
F. Th qbsAsa4osm in the United Stat
most noted Jockeys of both Contineni
will ride.

oil Awy Stakes and Purse

P4) aM J g. for yourself as to tl
lId &bU*O that the best people
p lad m that racing brings thoi
in aao. dollar to the State.

V. uhsen Prm.; f. D. Brtwn, Vie.-Pres., Gen. Mgr.
L. Poes, Ue.-T.e.; Joph B. Patterson, F. 1). Lore


atM, $0146 per day and up. Kaths-
keller aod COae In snneetlon.


G. S. Merchant & Co.

staple and Fancy Croceries


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should be its policy of Ae umranoe, which will gr
nteam muoh-ueeded poteion to the family "'
ourP pet ,we will guIIrI'"
tee that our poliCi'
which ar. in the .,unJ
Oa and most liberal "
1p09are among the
b 1be had. The pr'
a ku mmelow, whi the

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helow *

Shas ma M

Howell at
S that city
a liagerlag

gol $ng *t AM t
.-cern to be haemr t
ty Real ntato-e
Wood cashier of t t h Vl
ask, a president, Md a O
S000,has been o eMed
--- ... ,
inct for constrtutIag* s
n at the naval dates
with a capacity 4" t
has been a ed
SCo of Jackon= V 1
belig the lmot .
ick of Manatee, fhe h
s a well for W. B :ThoM
.has reached a .pith
$ feet, and has s aldtet
Slow of about 09 fallo
Re, but they are nst golb

Williams of Wauchila
-iiive Improvemeate JaI
| He recently resolved
t and five care and is nO
u miles of 40-pound ste
I supplies the logs for tl
it that town.

kI, a re'!d'nt of Po
&'ut sixteen years, sad
t vualltles, died in th
6T last week. The fta
by Fort Plreae fl
SAd A. M., witSf me
To Templars h fula i

farm, consatlg ta 41
u Cted one mile wet q
Us Purchased lasit ve I
id nd Hackwet -
t price paid tbeatg $1(
I said to be me o (
and valNa"e 9PeM
"adi 8anfort.
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CO R DWell-Knokn aUs 1 Takes UnitoT R8,A I

Upon bd return to thi y from
PenuTeoL ether e he ovs called ua a s
I witness i the United &ates Court,
Hon. Henry Chubb found a copy
Tm ted Two Months-It Itched of TheOrlando Clsen a ouncing the
and Irritated and Scratching Mae marr In ohis In G ob Chabb, to
Se e Annie B. Belt bot of Winterroh it*e
l P Lihttle ufSe rerinTer-t s Park,. but who were married in or-
r~ePlight-SeveralTreatmenta lando.
W of N Avail- But at Last the The Information came rather as a
surprise to Col. Chubb, as he did not
dream of hise mon's matlmontal Into-
SDREADFUL DISEASE IS teions. However. e declares that
SCURED BY CUTICURA the young lady Is f the n est
Sand beet toItha sectI ofn the State--
ulz fa od t5 the o anywhere el e. for that matter, and
dt Ye carld t faW the t sen t his
o O called hiv fo two be seat s c t l at ones.
Sb mne affeted by pelay- "There was no u ee l that boy
o dihw to By e a eloping," remarked Cl. Chubb, "an.
oMe largeoI ls t was Just merely o get mar-
ody. we a&mssa bmk. We o arnfled without mentilagA It to amy
M who leftm K body. MinS S was, a maglfoeant
has % but wltho" t avaIl. edo young lady, and the ptlas, as far
r t iM Itua Rauedl. ,adv tlee la my good wife and I ar eoneerned,

S I th ree I mo u d Ith a re agreeable."
Sa inol s hea r body with t u r Mr. Chubb holds a repOasible po-
Sfi t meant redea sition with the Atlantl Coast In e
Ia renwmend they Snford- and Is regarded as a
foer all skin diae young man of exceptional ability.
S0 s, 1 ." K. of P. TYe Returns.

The working teoa of Meot Vernon
aLode No. I0, Knights of Pythels. whleh
BS a went to Broomes to eamfer work In
rom Soulde to Soule the rank of Knight on ftersday., re
Swhatchd till Bloe d Ran. turned rrLday morni n, sad report
S Cre Co eone of the beet and most memorable
S My an's back was raw from shoul- times of their live.
shoulder han the width ~ foud The members. aof Swea nee elods, M. u MeIW. Ti
I rally did not think he mver which Is ona of the largest k of used
h tl the blo odw run e nde we the order in the 8tate, turned out en say thait l &i h sd I Wh
Sarms of meat. I MWed differ- masse to greet the vsltorse and the abouL
ia nd o bt fr k work was conferred I a most m. ,el have taken It eveo y Sp it g sad ASW1 fee wyeas, sa t A Is
- and one ake of Cutour pressive manner the team from keeps ros og, with spedd ad e m
to n0 box CuticuraOintment Mount Vernon using its own parapher. "Afewyeareso e
Inehiow mhiem I would not bepe
w lth inathouleoandla Ihaveom. nalls. At the conclusion of the lodge "I wery mush plsed with l oMas
It -to all f e .Mrs. J. ceremonies those present participated --
M*N. ., May 21, leS." In a banquet and love toast, when My. wa1 d 0 4111gi sassto s1 e ny ea
Nwaftm beiOral talks along lines of the good of Miss Mary Jones, 1IM Reynolds Ave%, e beo takiag Perss mew
* 0,-eyomem eI the order were made. obeago, Ill., writ"I hmredmlbeee a
tr Iom. Arrted a t egre. mahetdoe fo eehMtes aaa o Mrs. 8. Ji sk 6P D. so NeW
Du"MUISIw" Deputy Sheribff Bruto n arrested a no- bowelm my wI st ave b ebom roub. ems 05 t
It is expected that actual work will o a m l. g tOe w ia t I t oe to t ,re l year. I thl a m eerg ... 9ta
be commenced In a short time and name of H. Maxwell. but who is want. 5oe Iwedefu to te Per*w uow, ayad.Ia st.
Pushed to completion. ho time and edby the Marion county authorities mole a wonderful Impwesmn at N wJ e persuaded give Perm s a
of under the name f Ben Jon. Whe oe. I Smoeksix baottlesi mesmasmio tand a sand the In botole proved god
u. arrested the negro admitted that he I always have I on band So oake pome DseOd,% dafS, takingWe boles~aUI
ae Judge Wynne of LaCorns. East- was the man wanted. He was amwad tohe whose my omgh bIs btd. revelved a parmamsesto ew*.
ag lake, sent Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala brought to this city and placed It jall, AA owr ora8 Frm A r i 11 10
two giant bamboo stalks 48 feet In and Friday was tikes to OcaleI n the
length, to be displayed at the county custody of Deputy Shortiff Hudson.
fair. These stalks grew to this length where he will be compelled to fae
Is in three months, it is said. They were several charges.
Is so long that no car could receive A T
a them, so the conductor placed them The next time one of the children CAUT MILE C M P N
Dw on the top of a freight car. They at- catch cold, give it someth that will
bl. traced much attention at the fair. promptly and freely but gently move MYRS, M a
be the bowels. In that way the cold will
A Hearty Appetite atoonce be driven out of the system.
Is what most babies have, but in of Kennedy's laxative Cough Syrup uU C AGENCY
a Be sau your iaby Is not troubled yet gently, and at the same time heals DB ICKme oda 1 m B
Switch them. ure symptoms-- ways Irritation and stop the cough, it Is""
r hugry, rings ,pader the eyes, mt especially good for ehbildren. id
P gapilt In weight and yeln.w coml by all drugglisM. MN&n.
Slea." A few doe" of White's Cream
isa p tive cre ad reable.
, Johs.me_. _


' baa a splendidM m
i t is always ea
'h, bad rdema4 -
B ft rmoo at eit
b akiing the gredao a
c at active thra
b bet wees the a'

bT an hany fa ot
c to co0e the dd


Ile A' follup
hkA -1-S
U. ~voza

eNmeegs oe a Mlim Man.
A ae- with dark glams over hb
ga touched the conductor on the
ibarMer as the car eared OctiM ave
a sad bat Fifty -oatb tree
"Par&n me." the mea aid. "tot If
yoere the coedutor I want to ask a
b r. 1'm blind. and I want Yoe to
Wad m over to te rcurb wben tbe car
atp. if yoe'*ll be so good."
"Jt that I witaed the little bvber
a data' tiat for him." remarked th
weductore wben e got back on be
ear. "bt 'taln't ribt to let a bllnd
AM go around all alone like thut at
41dM tryiux to ind ble ay amrood to
t dark."-Clesemad Plailn ixaier.
DOn't Ie MepelHee
AbJolt yourself when you're rrilp-
pils with rheamatism or stiff jolnt -
9 eoano you've tried mota of things
Md I a tailed. Try Ballard's Snow
I .lmast--t wlU drive away all
bas, palas ad stifte sad leave
ya as wel aa Mg ever were. Sold
by W. L J*oam ss

aweslhave to pesineiCthat elwha

Ct. commi She bo~vt
- 351 haN, -No Sonyimdosear

U e t k kn atyesw
@we -aWV9 mlstol*
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Ta Lon isa Systm

Capital ......... .........
orpow .................... uAm"

W. I. Themen, priedeol

L & TeWee *M M .* P

L P -0s5
F. ausm,

& Who%
W. a. Tufa5f

Your Pa Cent Paid tb
hvyIO nguDprmaitt

an a of Sm od eaftem oftitm~
of ow SAM toe Our- smoopmste md
toas PON #"Wageerlly, o fo wems
on" of tOn Apwlmoee al a"
?e"Mlegrpkcompeap endame so ~ 0
iSWA"ste o lTeOepes"eswapsu""
.we a op. theuin of now of.b

~a we ageet WsMsad ha N l~em
easiNess -V ftsbIse&V ~ My~
to ~~ a SS@a S ~h

so an we MNMUM" SOa No
40 of osIinP "a 0m*Soil 1


osp u in vomsima as
San*dI al sofso

1* SIV de~me ofal omeW avfh

Nok top"A"MNAS amd he pit P

own"b an on" of wo s 4
ho 0f" ha* do


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ha~e De es t
AL- 4s

*ewer oul be able t9
olyquiksad frosm any
ddthe avomws Omwite
agtomvomttt. lt one
011mB venIt bo~'d

SI t

aske0" mow tsiw ap pua
es.. e s" owl to
wItee oe trmupot5 waler,
NO t sWeght. AIDSportl g webi.a
the water but tbirty-two said hbailt

Is narly tw the welbtof a m aMa
but Is tde mobl*e to give u tPsHad
b" tbIM k to swl gl? In. its nbat ura
tt. t poMUresent ansppearewl a iM
Sgrfiae. reeemblOg simply. damp *ad,
Sthe most deadly paf trp 9oa.
QuOiksand requlrs es I ll tae amo
pwaht curret wbicb Is not qnalk or
Sttw enough to break tnreugh tl
th r f prUoe a spring. Ordtaritly w
tsr tGrl~g over quekand WUil a
k*' RMe It da erous. It may be formBed
A 'a tidal r svru and on the Pbres.of
:,, tidal es by the rising tide satmattig
a rs stratum of grouptbealol htgh
,. ater rf, and whno tte tM falls a
m V t carrIist I et t ablshed througp
I& 1 0t sadyt ground with a sa-,
".flt Tvelodty to looen the sand sed
S lakeo It "qutVk.
A ppribaset qplteksand is fond
wbhew a slowpuret of fretb water
S ads its way -to the surface of the
and bed Ite rIn th ost bottom ot. a
S stream or elsewhere. Quleksands that
areo ecoontered drla# the slainlag of
walls nod foundations are due to the
Influx of water when the work gets
Below "spring level" 'of tbe Ot of
,e water In the ground at that par-
S tcular spot. The sand. being deprtved
of the lateral support of the watl te
S th excavatiou. to puahMd In from be-
hind by the water currentsa flwlg
ftom all sde.
.- One of tlb most peulilar and frow-
S aeu ebs harateeostIc of quicksand MI
S toatl It will anon u ft say oj oft
eat upo o its urfac so anter bow
t I1ht that object may be. even a per-
getldy drystirk.-Harpers Weekly.

H w Hoart Waee roken
D caose hew complexion was ba
and she could find nothu1s to elear
It v'p. Ladles-a bad eomplozton is
caused by an Inactive liver. An laact-
I e liver will be put It perfect oadl-
tion by taklang Ballard's Herbine. The
unequalled liver regulator. Sold by
W. U. Joheos.
; 85- Weeds tollidM.
Two poached gm o toast wee
formed the tueadstUes of the guat
New Tark stack maMet. U the egg
were eats meawritl advanced Ito
pret, itf wtt untotUed WatW a*stra
; sh elrd ad qetattee eroN bl
Qo maunt the Me preyed we"to a
thbousad ttm their weight tI gld,
for the ews that thy had boee aes
with 'el added I pe *eat to a*s
tie stk 1vT l per p et as rm
$3 sOu9a0000 agecrltes tilted es the
New Yort e** sgmpe weI be eqata-
leat to $S0O00.001.WI By trta to s
wian tr.et awayd wwas d by
y sterta when bypteeti a per-
s oality. wbem best to thte sened rea*
s a that asUlly goverms M settem-
Sett C. Forbwe ta Vaa Ne MNlap,

d Poir n teae m and Aeh

-'K- ,.% ~
I 7

*)' r.'~~"

0 frnO 4Y. i The or*

Tbe u-taa e lPaetloe -rat ,
who are' ntby a ,biter th

8o "white.
We *re a}so told by fls altt-
tia bureau that tbhe Qlaoo b not
"wliteh witit t10 met"alg of ite
statute. 11lt 1 b111 ycippIla s tat
it is a grert.error tb emWte th l-n.
doe ft n' the Caucsiani rac b. Vo
IMdoo. it thinks, is at b idar th
"bii" re Um tha i'ee Ara
to peaste the racialtiontigator Nttl
furtho. wli ver7thli is m e l a
to "the "average ma In the street."
we are told by the Wcyelopulas that
the original Caucassiaq-tbat tI. teb
lIsblbtants of tbe Cacaus-are 6
low"gWoaoedmsca hsksa''Mer
bave been thrown out of the "white"
camp aed forced to go eve to tIeo
Nor Io the enigma any naeawr sola-
tion when we are told by then atural-
tmatlo bureau that Aslatic cannot be
naturalted. but that 81berlans mIL
Although liberlans may be anything
from iusalnns to Mongollans or Moe.N
rolbTurco-Tnrtars. -Boston Globe.

"*ufoefed day and night the torment
of Itching piles. Nothing belped me
until I used Dean' Ointment. It cured
e permaenatly."--Hon John R. Gar'
rett, Mayor. Olrard, AIa.

H.R.l F 1 *ALL

V'uder ad by virtue of an executlon
Inused out of the County Judge's
Court ofd AIa~tma eo ty, lorida.
dated Doeceber 6d 1900. in favor
of Gaorg I. Dol fitd agaiot H. K.
Wellington and W. L Wok, patnrs
doing buatems a Wellianton & Wolts,
I have levied upon and wil) sil at
public oetury before the 00ooh house
door. In ald emuty and 1tat8. on
Monday. the IrM day of January, A.
D. 1110, darng the legal b1 o of
al, to *k hIget amd be bliddr
thertfor, for esk, the balwt g do.
rib por l property, towt:
All lumber I sta dresing rooms
and tage atta, and anl eavesm vr
top and eartahs, all eorrated Iroes
and lumbhe around **elosure and all
lambert to eats. ald peoprdy betag
tevietd apON as the property of said
de sdato sMa beingas Md to atmsy
maid execution sad oasts.
Shri eof Alueua Coaty, PFlorida.
Aqtulna. Attorney.
Notie Is bereby lives that Om the
5th day of Jammry. A. D. 191k 1. as
aum"at q! aaBc1% h n wil ap.
ply to UeS d CoMty
Jed gof A am at4 P itab to
no* theto k' egM I Peseek.

8 ading N *o ofto m
aS .lme NWS --_ o wa3

idep Nskp~
'el U~e ~Sh

St. JE*I~ o~~a0~
"1 soM* p'
wa at my ~ -
isre to the pel~j
r:~ cost oonIallshI~

of attAing U.e th M r1
a4d awwres rw

d nr u ef avalni n tyeW a nhe,
i to sai, foru th et
wtt: wltoan w *th tM. 4cha, hM
.io pa n etdeo prorNty tha plled


o disposed of
,Iat", It o MrdHt.Leoni6 rliy
asray pratd.a my t W to
det, Dept. 107, Rooheater T., giv-
Ianta brief t4 s tpo rofp the prop.
ety o VWsal e, aod altng him to od n
a frie 4opy oa his bQoklet explatatng
Whis ew methodf Ot seing.

wbie t ule o.d Hopeful o m
A yomag tas Who was abut prtIcu-
arty atertai 7 warls monopolik T gi
the attention at a pretty debutante
withl a lot f utiutersttug e ouve'a*-

the coiuse., of a dismertatioo on his1
atmlky. "is Just the opposite of te in
"No." the debutante replied d 4nure-.
ly. "but I should like to."-Lppl o-
The Only Way.
"Is there any sneehod that will 16
able a man to understod a weome?"
"Tbhe ol way t;o ;adestand a wo-
man." replied the borne grows philen

seawer o r ater.".* Mae Mews.

Thk Yu

w pbo of adwMfntg af t a
em WW*@Isdw the mw.aft


Ik that real estate dual ste
1ve os llnvestigate the ali
's f It might cave Yu the
* fOur Investmeat.
The abstract's cobt is but
""pM to the a:,o::it a;
Sr",4n 0omy to do withouLt it.
*'"svile. ,Florida.

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All Kinds of Electr: \'v.,:r
and Properly Done.

Motor work a specialty. ,
,lne of electric;: supplies,
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Cement Sidewalks
All Kinas of
Cement Work
Cement Floors
and Drives
Tiling Laying and
Tile Walks
Concrete Walks and
Stone Excavating

806 North Grcve Streo
Gainesville, Florida.

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a by virtue o* --U
lctlong. inse t
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i hand for A a m
thIe l9th daya oK May.
is certain oauae taor*
S .reln L. Meoha f 01 I
C. Smaa la n
is defendant ,' P,
S PeriE tAla*ta o-
m levied Tpom 4m. i
C Court Hoibe "dor
S hu a county Fora
, the 6th day of bd aab
a between the t hl b
Estate, lying alf, be
sty of Aaochaa t Iad t
l, Wwit: LotsS ,a" .
outh of the railroad 6 t
I Hague. Florida; alsUO t
I t Half of Section
1l, South of Range It -
I 484-100 acre; teeti
sd singular the taee
Imt and appuitebaaa
kblotging or appersal
IrtfY levied upoa to atii
MeNitions and cots.
P G. RAMSEY, Sheriff
Mr., s A. THRASHiR.
Attorneys for Plantiff.

SNotie Is hereby given that under
0d by virtue of a final decree mauve
4 rendered on the 22nd day of Oc-
1909, by the Hon. J. T. Wills,
g of the Circuit Court, Eighth Ju-
l Circuit of Florida, In and for
Alachua county, in a certain cause
therein pending on the Chancery side
of said court, wherein the Gainesville
IPlaning and Coffin Company, a corpo-
ration under the laws of Florida, is
complainant, and Tom Williams and
Laura Williams are defendants, and
wherein the undersigned was appoint-
ed a Special Master to carry out said
decree, that I, as such Special Master,
will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for. cash before the court house
door in the City of Gainesville, Flor-
ida, on Monday, the 6th day of De-
Obmber, 1909, between the legal hours
of sale, the following described real
~qtate situated and being in the City
S atnesville, Alachua county, Flor-
ida, towit:
.That part of Section Thirty-three
(88) in Township Nine (9) South.
aoge ,Twenty (20) East, and describ-
SloUows towit: Beginning at a
o feet north of 22 chains and
Lrie B the southwMt corner
l ~S eltlon 8. Township 9, Range
J th o 1ad Seetion line run-
eflom sid stsakdIT f17
pt 2116 tet, thence sooth
1b fet., thence west 210 fet to the
at beginning, except a lot in
"northeast corner of said land
ag 45 feet north and south,
6 t fot east and west, and exoep-
also a lot in thq southwest corner
said land measuring 42 feet east
wet, by 80 feet north and south.
r gether with all and stagular the
Mgta, beredltameats ad appur-
Kt. eeo to the same belonging or in
appertaining. Said sale to
sty said decree and costs. Terms
Special Master in Chancery.
Solicitor for Complainant.







b hereby given that aider
kte of a certain exnetacn
of the Circuit Coart of
vty, Florida, upon a oer
judgment from the CIrt
of Peace, SeventeeUth I.
SCounty, Florida 1 -.
ard Oil p ad
IB. )avis, diectAd to il
the Sheriff 41, the
Alachua Coua t, 5
s po and wil e at'
6o th highest aad M W M-
for cash, -Cap the
door at GalnaevUs, Pl
the legal hours of *ale
I.th 6th day of Deo-Ier,
following desored '
Wt,. lying sad bsea~ga
Wmty., Florida, towit:
a m 4, . 13, th of tall-
aw Town of Ha-ag
reird.dI plat
s. .t.aion 2. .
8to -190 sldaste p

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Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and rn-.
dered on the 20th day of October, A. D.
1909, by Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Alacoua
county, nla a certain chancery cause
wherein Louis E. Robinson as Execu-
tor of W. G. Robinson, deceased, vs.
T. R. Hunt and Sarah Hunt, his wife,
are defendants, I, as Special Master
appointed by the court for this pur-
pose, will sell at public auction, for
cash, to the highest bidder before the
court house door of said Alachua
county, in the City of Gainesville.
Florida, on Monday, the sixth day of
December, 1909, between the logal
hours of sale, the following please, par.
eel or tract of land, situated, lying and
being in the City of Gainesville,
County of Alachua, State of Florida,
towit: Beginning at a stake hve butt
dred and twenty-two feet from the
Northwestern corner of lot owned by
D. E. Cooper and fifteen feet from the
center of the S., F. & W. railroad
track, east, running due North four
hundred and ninety-two feet, thence
SEast two hundred and sixteen feet.
thence South four hundred and ninety-
two feet, thence West two hundred
and sixteen feet to the point of be-
ginning, except a lot one hundred and
twenty-five feet north and south by
eighty feet east and west in South-
west corner of said lot.
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur
tenances to the same belonging or ap-
Said land or so much thereof as
may be necessary will be sold to satis-
fy said decree of foreclosure.
Special Master.

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of fore-
elosare of mortgage made and render-
ed y the Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of
the Circuit Court, Eigshth Judicial Cir-
ett of Florida. In and for Alachu
eunty. In a certain eans therein
piatndl on the Chaneery side there-
o whsetsn W. 8. Broome is com-
lant and John R. Malphurs sad
ales-a Malphurs, his wife, are de-
fudants, on the 7th day of October.
190, the undersigned, as Speelal Mas*
Stoi Chancery, will sell at public
ry before the court bouse door in
the Cty of Oslnesville. Alachua coun-
tp, lqrids, to the highest and best
Mdder for cash. between the legal
hours of sale. on Monday. the 5th day
4t December. 1909. the following de-
erlse property situated and being in
tl Alebhua county, Florida, towit:
MThe south half of lot ori.
NIrth balf of lot eigbt. 5ee. o. TFr
U bAt. Raage Nineten; South half
-'eIlkma North half of LAt el t.
S. 5 S., .Range So North half
, m In See. I. Tp. 8. R. IS: Northb
Wk seolaLot Tin 6. .Tp. 5. R. 20
Nm b half Lot four and North half
Lot ie in See. eighteea, TIp. elit.
awae Twenty.
Tggehe with all and siegnlar the
tow heredrts5a ts aNd appur-
Stheo sam e betoagg or In
le appwtalatas-
sale to saistYt said decree W
T. D. sagl. JR
aIBleJM ier as Chasery.

Dr. A. Dolan


NoUce Is hnea y tha-t under
and by virtue of a r in execution
issued out of the ClGft Court of
Alachua County, Florida7 0Up a cer-
ain foreign judgment tr&o the County
Judge's Court of Alachea County,
Florida in favor of J. J. Williams and
against M. B. Davl. directed to all
and singular the Sheriffs of the State
of Florida, 1. P. 0. Ra ey. SherW r
of Alachua County, Florida, have 14v.
ed upon and will sell at p-blic out-
ry to the highest and eost bidder
herefor, for cash. betbre the court
house door at Galanevll, Florida, be-
tween the legal hors of sal, on Mon-
day, the 6th day of Deoember, 1909.
t)- following d.rilbed real estate.
situate, lying and being to Alachua
County, Florida, towht:
Lots 3 and 4, B. 1I, S. th of rail-
road, in the Tows of~Iu accord-
ing to the recorded plat terf; also
ractional E% BectO 9. S., R.
19 E., containing 4 more
or less.
The same to be sold *a th proper-
ty of the said M. B. DaTs1 to satisfy
said execution and oss.
8herff Alacba Om M rda.
Attoroner lo& T NM

Notite of Applatll on fi Tax Deed
Under Stieton 8 lerr 488,
LOw of FriFa.
Notice ito eey w gita that C. W.
Baukangat. puaorebr at dTa Cwrti*-
oates No. 4 a1 140 t 4th
day of Ae A 5, a<
1t0d said le, and
bas made a actls toek 1 deed to
issue ln aooordao with fta. aid
certif ates unabso the blowing de-
scribed perpWy tu std to Alachua
county, Flda, towit:
8% of 8%sU B. Ia, Tp. 11, 8. R.
17-160 acres.
NW% of NW% and 2% of 8W%
of NW ., Sec. 4, Tp. 11, I. 18--
80 acres.
The said land betag based at the
date of the lesuance of s h certfl-
cates in the names of Uunkown and
Shade Timmos. Unins aid certifi-
cates shall be redeemed cording to
law, tax deed will Iose thereon on
the 27th day of December. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 15th day of November,
A. D. 1909. S. H. WINOES,
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun-
ty, Florida.

Notice of Appickation for Tax Deed
Under Section S of Chapter 4M8,
Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that L. 8.
Gaulden, purchaser of Tax Certfleate
No. 14. dated the 6th day of Au
A. D. 1907. has led said oertfltte
in my office, and has made applica
tion for tax doed to issue sl accord*
ance with law. Said certfiate *em-
braces the following described prop
erty situated nl Alaehua county, PFor
Ida, towit:
W% of NE % and NO% of aSW
and NW% of SE% BSe. 13, Tp. 8.
S. t1. 14.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certfl-
cate in the name of Unknown.
Unleos aild certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, tax deed
will Issue thereon on the 27th day of
December. A. I. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 16th day of November,
A. D 1. 1909. I. WINOS,
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun
ty. Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Dd
Under Seotoen 0 of Chapter 4M
Laws of Flarld.
Notice is hereby give that C. W.
Bauknlht prehaser of Tax Ct
ate No. 0, dated the 6th da of
August A. D. 1907. has leAd M id
certlasiato It my oeB sad haas md
appliestlos for ta deed to mes toIn
accordance with law. Said certiieate
embraces th felowtag deertlbed
property situated Alachua Couty,
Florida, tot:
W% of NK% aad NW% of SW%
and W% of EB% of BW% S0e. 2.
Tp. to, L. 11-140 acres.
The saM lad beolag asa sed at the
date of the Iseanee of ourh erta-
cate In the amwe of Unsnown.
aless said certifcate bshal b re-
deeed according to law. CX deed
will ieue therw o a the 7th day of
DJcember. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official sigrtteread
seal this thel Ik day of Novelmer,
A. I 1909. 8. H. WIKE()FI.
Clerk CtreaU Court AlahsM Coua-
ty Florid
Netie of Applo e*i for TaX Ded
Under Seete i of Chapter M
Laws eof Pbira.
Notlee Is hereby give that C. W
teuknalgbt. ap heM r of T as Cwt*
at* N. 3IL, dat4md their h 4e a
AuguL. A. D 17,. ha Al0d aid
ertIseo la my ole., and 4s made
appliat $ or tas deed to ~ I'
A-rWe t lw. ase eAafn
p n lto Is Aleck na OWNW.
let t et ItM Ang,
The "sad 1u4e aeso ** d* A te
4411 Of ioto eIN e oosf "e iw l

will IMes thg e m the :7k 1d dt
DA e. At DNi 5 .LU K
seal d ds & o* d .o *.

A, L M.L I -.

Notice is hereby given that amier
and by virtue of a aal dero of
forecloere of mortgage mae and
rendered by the Hon. J. T. Wlla
Judge of the Circuit Court, dighth J-
dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Alachua county, on the 7th day of Oo-
tober. 1909, n a certalscause therein
pending oa the haaery ido e id
court, whereta Thomas to om-
plainant and L. W. Feaell, as sheriff
of Alachua county, Florida, and ex-
offlieo administrator of the estate of
James ". Whaley, dooeased, and
William Joiner and Thomas R. Whaley
et al. are defendant, and Wherein
and whereby the undersigned was ap
pointed Special Master to carry out
said deore, I will, on Mesday, the
3rd day of January, 1910, sell to the
highest and beot bidder for ash. be-
fore the court ho door In the City
of Galaestllo. IUorMda, between the
legal boon rs of sal, all the right, title
interest and clam eof the *a4 L. W.
tensell a sheriff of Alac Oty
Florlda" ama 1doel 1 aIoro
the t of Jamen JL WhLeyLl do
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HNew Jt s PeO i O Its rewsem
to most pesW the word "quick
ad" gives a senMaton of horror n1m-
Iar to that produced by the theuOSgt
at a saMU and maly saetios i a e-
oants haloe given to qulekuand l&
Uont human attributes. No ordinar
Observer would be able to dcttingufttl
try quicksand from any other mSa
tad the average person would be WU.
able to restore It to Its "quick" prop.
ertle even it be.ttled. UI watsr I
alzed with the quickld t1e ma10 U
does not Ibecome mobK, sad it the
water Is drained o the sand willU be
found fiarmly packed.
Quicksand itos ,eoamtTlvti vNr
light. weighila about ntNey-foar
pounds.to the cubi foot. wtle othbe
torpm of aMSd run as h luas 3I71
pounds. Qgleksand wbap examined
under the mlcrosope will be found to
iave rounded corners. like river sand,
U. lta frfw "sharp l nod.
it 10iE that Is used bohoer.
glus and oW nglap partly becals
of Its aiemal aod partly beas it
does not eventuslli lod the gloss by
craebtcai W ald,'the sharp anod
It is to It Udtqeo that quickWnd
owes Its d 4 "t tlmftand a dea.
oantatg r bow It Nobtw ",quick"
may be flVeM by piseeag a quastity
IaA bo" atlo addlfIn water bY P'w
aur ftit Ja19le In the bottom, .
1owwlg the witer to overflow very
slowly wien It t I worked up tbrougit
he anod. 4 The opwanld current will- be
found to loose te sand Bad to rtisl,
to su*rto V"y slightly, epartltf
and lubricatlag t particles so that
tbey are easily displaced.
The bucket now contains genuine
qualksand. The sand, owing to the
support it receives from the water,
has Ita weight, or supporting power,
reduced proportionately, weighing In
the water but thirty-two and a bait
pounds as against ninety-four pounds
when dry. Bulk for bulk, the mixture
to nearly twice the weight of a man.
but is too mobile to give support and
too thick to swim In. In Its natural
state, presenting an apparently arm
surfaae. resembling simply damp aand.
It Is the most deadly man trap con.
celvable. *
Qulcksand roqulres in all cases an
upward current which is not quick or
strong enough to break through to
the form of a spring. Ordinarily wa-
ter flowing over quicksand will not
make It dangerous. It may be formed
In tidal rivers and on the scores. of
tidal sees by the rising tide saturating
a porous stratum of ground below high
water mark, and when the tide falls a
return current is establitbed through
the porous (uandyl ground with a sum.
dept velocity to loosen the sand and
make It "quick."
,A permanent quicksand Is found
where a slow currentt of fresh water
finds Its way to the surface of the
sand bed either In the bottom of. a
stream or elsewhere. Quicksands that
are encountered during tue sinking of
walls nnd foundations are due to the
influx of water when the work gets
Below springg level" or the level of
-the winter In the ground at that par-
ticular spot. The sand. teliog deprived
of the lateral support of the water In
the exravallton. to pulh.'d ln from be-
hind by the water currents flowing
from nil aides.
()one of be nmost peculiar and grew-
saome characteristlea of quicksand is
that It will so1n engulf any object
cait spon Its surface. no matter bow
light that objI.t uasy be. even a per-
hetly dry stk'k.- llHarper's Weekly.

Her Heart Was Uroken
Because her complexion was bad
and she could find nothing to clear
it t p. ladleis a bad complexion is
caused by an Inactive liver. An aInact
ive liver will be put In perfect condi-
tion by taking Itallard's Herblne. The
unequalled liver regulator. Bold by
W. U. Johnson.
Uges Worth Mlltears.
Two poached segs on toast oces
formed the fouundatio of the great
New York stock market. If tbe egg

were eaten securities advasted In
price; if left untouched Wall street
shilvered and quotations crumbled.
One morlIag the esa proved worth a
thousand times their welgbt In gold,
for the news that they had been eat-s
with relab added 2 per cent to asc
tive stocks. Kve I per cent on the
$100o, OOD esrltlee slated on the
New York exchange would be equiva-
lent to SI10OU000U By such triple sto
Wall street swayed when leiaed by
hysterIa. when hypseded by a per.
sonallty. wbhu lost to the somad rea-
see that usually nvemrm its aettona.-
Bert C Forubes tI Van Norde" Maga

for PeerOeMeses and Aeshn
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Man Makesi ae Witut

Ald f Real Setate Agent and
a'l Not Pay One Cent
m Comuleas.

Mr. H. St. John of Cass county,
Mlnu,, says: "I sold my farm to a
ius -In Jows at my own price, and
hat Is more to the point, I didn't
hae ti pay a cent comnilsaon to lay-

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I 1 Midven up an i hope of eversell- auptlmlf. ",b -"' 'TIME AW
,,N'WIhe II happened aarona the adver- ;i s a i iIg. iIn that real estat,, .'
Ii.." .. she... have us lnve~tlgat,, I,,, %a
IPemVlatt t of Leow d barbylhlre. In- 4 ttle It misgt \a'e "t
I P I ou ted, Rochester, N. Y., and this T i at t t o r igt tae.
|c I ohaeru, by a new system of bringing peliebS ^ ~ IOyour investor at.h
r dor and seller together, sold my u co are d ato t)
l l fanfA"' 4. Is compared to thd a:: ..
Se John's success In selUngr his It's economy to ,,,d
WHAT I"t A E f. R ste rW doe to reeling a booklet tt ALACHA COUNTY ABS
"-*. issued by Leonard Datbyshire, Inc.,
A, Pssilsg Pr Per the t" il n- o V^f J'of *' a new and successful method of
.rt d *U ti dtis buyers for fams and real ~ o tA. W. LEWIS. J
wit't"b oof el:ieste, bus ness properties and i 'eLt. a WLEWIS &i
pin lldtaj dIse"aeb t waI eat&wse The Corporation lasuing this W ,,
as, s Mt"a. pam wama book ate not real estate agents and NT Lad .WIS
Pester 4 t ,ttt*b7qoa staling (t do qot accept a penny In commission it g
at4.uhle e whott1ap k01ed on sales made by their assistance. 1e 1 k ith. is
antoi deeply' are ant so dbsaticailly Thr: plan of cutting out the real na s ach tt
certals.a. tbe "average mas In the estate' agents has met with remark- I. si't das..
$OWst" t .. able success and owners throughout I tEL C
Stiat ki e l the try are avaling themselves
ameftlmel to lve wimy. Cau- of this opportunity to sell quickly t I tO NexZ to Magrc a
esain, Uo1golIsd, .Etkplan. Amer.- place whichh for' long time remained a4M98 s i A
can (Indiant and Malay. The words in the hands of real estate agents, board of all
'CVticaslah" and "white" are used who bailed to sell, for the reason that yoU wVry."
synonymously. This classifieation was the commission which tLe agent had All Kinds of Electr "
first pqbllabed oi 1781 and must have placed upon the property had killed As a sy nd Properly Cy3r
been known to our national legislators ft '
when In 1802 they passed the first b.e 5aa. 'd o f..
naturalisatlon law. .It I. sild that Mr. Leonard Darby-'nSver In indi Motor work a sre,'y.
The Caucasian race Includes Arabs, shire, the president of the concern, is vid wI I ino-r Motorne of electric sc
who are certainly no "whiter" than doing more to assist property owners plots tab les' PiH s
the Turks, yet Turks, the official says, to sell than all the real estate agent PHONE
cannOt be naturalized because they are In Ameriea combined, and anyone
not "white.", wishing to dispose. of anything any. f
We are also told by the naturalsa- where at any price, would do well to Alfre D
tion bureau that the hilndoo is not write to Leonard Darbyhbire, Preil- Alfred D. .lui
"white" within the meaning of the
statute. But the encyclopedia says that dent, Dept 107, Rocester, N. Y., giv-GEERAL
It sla a grewt.error to separate the BHl- ing a brief description of the prop- GENERAL
doo from the Caucasian race. The erty for sale, and asking him to send CMNTDAPTI
Hindoo, It thinks, is much earer the a free copy of his booklet explaining bUll il
"White" race than the Arab. his new method of selling. CNR A
To puzzle the racial Investigator still Following is the vote in piano con-
further, while everything is so clear It Sounded Hopeful. Streets
to 'the "average man In the street." A young wai who wits not prteu- Cement tet a coSdewlkunted November th:
we are told by the encyclopedias that Iarly *etertlng was mnolojl iuif North OinesvlUle Hall ........34,305k
the original (aucasians-that is, the the ,attentein uf a pretty debutante 4alnervlle HIh 8cRl- .......33395 All Kinos of
Ihsbabitaits of the Caucasus-are no with a But of uelaterpretg tyd verua taesville High nBell ......83,395 Cement ork
longer regarded as Caucaeslas. They tion. u e Vda Barron Bell.. ......0.8029
bare been thrbwn out ot the "white" "Now. m, brother." he remarked in Miss Annie Price, Wade .......28,603 Cement Floors
camp'and forced to go over to the the coursee of a dissertation on bis Ralph Chapin .................27,840 and Drives
Mongol. famll.v. "'is ust the uppealte of me in Miss Bease Waits, Hawthorn. : 2.295 Tiling Laying an(
Nor is the enigma any nearer solu- every respect. Do you know my Miss Mattle Jennings. Rochelle 14,055
tion when we are told by the natural- brother?" Miss RosaLRivea,High pgs. 13,571 Tile W:ks
iltion bureau that Asiatics cannot be "No." the debutante replied demure- Miss Eva Powei, Alachua..... 8S,60 Concrete Walks aJr
naturalized. but that Siberians can. ly. "but I should like to."-l.ippin-S ..S tone Excavating
although Siberlans wmy be anything Cott's. I SMITH.
from Ituxsians to Mongollans or Mon-' S North Gr. e t..
gol-Turo.-Tartars.-rketon (lobe. The Cnly Way. wER M T Gainesville, F Crid
"is there anyy ,te d tat will .i n-uC W. NAtthG gm -
"Suffeted day and night the torment able a main to understand a woman?"
of itching piles. Nothing helped me queried the iuuocenw youth. ,' I S i
of Itching piles. Nothn helped me "The only way to nudetstand a wo-.
until I used Doan's Ointment. It curedman." replied the home grown philo Io-
me permanently."-Hon John R. Gar- pher. "Is not to try. Under these eir- To' W and R I5
rett. Mayor. Girard, Ala. cumstances abe will "reveal herself
sooner or later."-Chicago News.__

Under and by virtue of an execution WrkOr I A 's d
Iqsued out of the County Judge's A I c WeMake
Court of Alahua county, lorida., Y U u 5 ll j Sl'SS planoOebeum : A sddr E We Make a l,' ,
dated December ad 1 tP09. In favor Y A adqM L dm& Clases of I irav V
of George 1. I)olg sand against H. K. Better Scet, 'F
Wellington and W. K. Wolta, partners sesMa th m1do m
doing business as Wellington & Woltz, lg8 aea O s C -'s r
I have levied upon and wil sell at IS W I
public outcry before the coot house se j otb
door in a sd county and State, on hai d m e r 1 I -
Monday. the 3rd day of January, A l ,
1D. 1910. during the legal ours of eI 1 0 I a DA
hftle. to hi ad I. t A biddoS

ow e. so to qJ"= *ae a m 0s ger
therefore. for cash, the following de-
scribed personal property, towit:
All lumber In stages. dreealag rooms
and stage settings, and all caavae over
top and curtains. all corrugated irons
and lumber around enclosure and all
lumber to seats. said propsdy being
levied upon as the property of said
defendants and being sold to satisfy
said execution and costs.
Sheriff of Altahua Couaty. i'orIda.
Plaatires Attorney.
Notiet ies hereby given that on the
4th da.v of January. A. D. 1*10. 1. as
Uuardiaa fr Orajsa PeaSock. will ap-
ply to HaL. R. 0. Maow. eComty
Judge of Asac sa county. VrMa. to
sell the Lnterest at OeGys Pecoek.
a ameir. i t fee0nwef dmesrinb
bat s lylteag s a Wbel kt Alcha
.ety. niora. Swit:
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on Monday,
t ighe igbest .
for cash, all the i~t,
and interest M.
and to the (deo
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ml by virtue of divers and
tions issued out of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit
Jo and for Alachbu county,
the 19th day of May, A.
|i certain causes therein
rein L. Mohr & BOBS are
Sld U. B. Davis is defend-
IL C. Small Is plaittiff and
is defendant, I, P. 0.
I sheriff of Alachua county,
le levied upon and will sell
Court House door,' In
Alachua county, Florida,
the 6th day of December,
between the legal hours
said day, all the following
real estate, lying and being
ty of A!achua and State
towit: Lots 3 and 4, in
South of the railroad In. the
Hague, Florida; also the
East Half of Section 2,
I, South of Range 19 East,
44 S4-100 acres; together
old singular the tenements,
to and appurtenances
)5 belonging or appertaining.
rty Ievied upon to satisfy
|Becutions and costs.
P G. RAMSEY, Sheriff.
Attorneos for Plaintiff.
Is here-lby given that under
i"te, of a certain exedatlon
i of the Circuit Court of
County, Florida, upon a cer-
Judg enut from the Court
Of IPvace, Seventegath Die-
au County. Florida, lt hiv-
alird Oil Company and
I It l)avis, directed to all
!r the Sheriffs of the
da. I, P. 0. i a14 ey,
r Alachua County, Floids,
upon and will sell at pub-
to the- highest and best bid-
Mr. for cash, before the
e door at Galneusvlle, Flor-
tht legal hours of sale,
th,. oh day of December,
following described real
,aitt. lying and being to
ounty.v Florida, towit:
ad 4. li 13, south of rail.
t.1 Tov1 ofHague, eord-
Sro',rd..i plat thereof; also
E S-ion 2. Tp. 9, ., R.
4; 4S 100 acres, aore
'I as the property
S I ns to.satety amid
S unty, Florida
I- ;.lntiff.

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Under and by virtue of a decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and ren.
dered on the 20th day of October, A. D.
1909, by Hon. J. T. Wills, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Alacnua
county, in a certain chancery cause
wherein Louis E. Robinson as Execu-
tor of W. G. Robinson, deceased, vs.
T. R. Hunt and Sarah Hunt, his wife,
are defendants, I, as Special Mister
appointed by the court for this pur-
pose, will sell at public auction, for
cash, to the highest bidder before the
court house door of said Alachua
county, in the City of GainMsville,
Florida, on Monday, the sixth day of
December, 1909, between the legal
hours of sale, the following piece, par.
cel or tract of land, situated, lytug and
being in the City of Gainesville,
County of Alachua, State of Florida.
towit: Ileginning at a stake five hunt
dred and twenty-two feet front the
Northwestern corner of lot owned b.)
D. E. Cooper and fifteen feet from the
center of the S., F. & W. railroad
track, east, running due North four
hundred and ninety-two feet. thence'
East two hundred and sixteen feet,
thence South four hundred and ninety-
two feet, thence Weit two hundred
and sixteen feet to the point of be-
ginning, except a lot one' hundri-d and
twenty-five feet north and south by
eighty feet east and west in South-
west corner of said lot.
Together with all and singular the,
tenements. hereditaments and appur
tenances to the same belonging or ap-
Said land or so much thereof as
may be necessary will be sold to satis-
ty said decree of foreclosure.
Special Master.

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of fore-
closure of mortgage made and render-
ed by the lion. J. T. Wills, Judge of
the Circuit Court. Eighth Judicial Cir-
cuit of Florida. in and for Alachua
county, in a certain cause therein
pending on the Chancery side there-
of, whet ein W. S. Broome is com-
plainant and John R. Malphurs and
Clarissa Malphurs. his wife. are de-
fentodants, on the 7th day of October.
1909, the undersigned, as Special Man
ter in Chancery, will sell at public
outcry before the court house door in
the City of Gainesville. Alachua coun
ty, Florida. to the highest and best
bidder for cash, between the, legal
hours of sale, on Mo(ndia, the- rth da%
of December, 1909, the following de-
eeribed property situated and b.ing in
in Alachua county. Florida. towl'
The South half of i ,t o*,..
North half of Lot eight, He- )O' T'
ECtgbt Range Nineteen; suth ha.lf
Lt seven, North half f lot ght.
ec. g. Tp X. Range )20. North half
t one in Sec. 1. Tp t. R. 19: North
half of Lot 7 in S-c. 4. Tp. '.
North half of lIt four and North hslf
of Lt lve In Sec. eighteen. Tp. eigbt,
Range Twenty
Together with all and stnulafr lth
terneati. hereditamnts aad appur.
tSess to the am,, belonging or IN
"aywise apj-rtailaln
sid sale to satisfy said der*#e uad
eats. T. B. E.ISt. JR..
Special Mauer in ChMaf7-.
S1oieter for ComplaIanSt.

Dr. A. Dolan


(.uUlm* aft wos UdMI GadnilI

Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree mau,
and rendered on the 22nd day of Oc-
tober, 1909, by the Hon. J. T. WVills
J1ud* of the Circuit Court, Eighth Ju-
diclal Circuit of Florida, in and for
Alachua county, in a certain cause
therein pending on the Chancery side
Of said court, wherein the Gainesville
Planing and Coffin Company, a corpo-
ration under the laws of Florida, Is
complainant, and Tom Williams and
Laura Williams are defendants, and
wherein the undersigned was appoint
ed a Special Master to carry out baid
decree, that I, as such Special Master,
will sell to the highest and best bid-
der for cash before the court housi
door in the City of Gainesville, Flor-
Ida, on Monday, the 6th day of De
cember, 1909, between the legal hour:.
of sale, the following described real
estate situated and being in the City
of Qaineaville, Alachua county, Flor-
Ida, towit:
That part of Section Thirty-three
(83) In Township Nine (9) South,
Range Twenty (20) East, and describ-
ed as follows towit: Beginning at a
stake 60 feet north of 22 chains and
48 linkl from the southwest corner
of said Section 33, Township 9, Range
l0, th nc on said Section line run-
g nobrh from said stake 175 feet.
then east 210 feet. thence south
IT1 feet, thence west 210 feet to the
pl of beginning, except a lot in
o northeast corner of said land
ensuring 46 feet north and south,
d 4 feet east and west, and except.
also a lot in the southwest corner
f said land measuring 62 feet east
ad west, by 80 feet north and south.
Together with all and singular the
t ent, hereditaments and appur-
tonances to the same belonging or in
anywise appertaining. Said sale to
satisfy said decree and costs. Terms
cash. W. W. HAMPTON,
Special Master in Chancery
Solicitor for Complainant.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Seetien I of Chapter
Laws of Florida.


Notice Is hereby given that C. W.
Itauknight, purchaser of Tax CdtIS.
cate No. 209. dated the 4th day of
August. A. D. 1907, has fled said
certificate aIn my office, and has aede
application for tax deed to lesoe In
accordance with law. Bald certtihfat
embraces the following derthbed
property situated In Alachua County,
Florida, towit:
SW% of NIC% and NWt4 of SW%
and W% of Sc% of RW54 Sec. 26,
Tp. 10. 8. R. 18--140 acres
The said land being asi-m seed at the
date of the issance of such eerUS-
cate in the same of I'nknowa.
lesss said ertifirate -hall be rs.
deemed according to law. tla deed
will lasue ther-lon on the 27th day of
I-ember, A 1). 199
Witness my official cim'atere ead
seal thta the I'htb day of Nov\ember.
A i )1"o If \wHIl: NIM.
('l.rk Circuit Court Ala-tha, Coau.
t y, Florida
Notice of Applicatioen for Ta Dee
Under Sestion 8 of Chapter 484,
Laws of Florida.
Notke is hieroy gl"*r that C W
iauknighlt. purchase of Tas Cae9lS
cate No. 13. daed the :th day of
Augut. A. ID 107. bhas tM8 M
rtiefleate is my office. adwl made
applretkma for tax dd11 *' I s iI
aewnrdasee with Lw. I%*,'1 rI sl ed
embrace the folklrwla dioe"
property itaied a AlaWh Caty,
lo tow it:
A t. IWlk It. Artbetr
The sald uIsd bltas a*- **d a
date of the Mis nce of .-orb ll
cate ia the ne, of t'aknoW~.
lales said eretiasest shall be*
wlfl tes so s the :*th day of
ADcemsber. A. D. D t
Wlaim my oa-all .*r.tust eO O
seal tWe dw 1ch day ofr A s s>.
At L 19". & H wiKrG

Notice is hereby gives that under
and by virtue of a ceatAla execution
issued out of the Circuit Court of
Alachua County, Florida, upon a cer-
ain foreign Judgment from the County
Judge's Court of AJ&cbua County,
Florida in favor of J. J. Williams and
against M. B. Davis. directed to all
and singular the Sheriff of the State
of tlorida. I. P. 0. Ramsey, Sheriff
of Alachua County, Florida, have iev.
ed upon and will sell at public out-
ry to the highest and best bidder
herefor. for cash, before the court
house door at Galnesville. Florida. be-
tween the legal hours of sale, on Mon-
day, the 6th day of December, 1909,
t." following dirlbed real estate.
situate, lying and being la Alachua
County. Florida, towit:
Lots 3 and 4, B. 13, soetlt of rail-
road, In the Town of Hague, accord-
ing to the recorded plat thereof; also
ractional E% Section 2, Tp. 9. 8.. R.
19 E., containing 44 48-100 acres, more
or less.
The same to be sold as the proper-
ty of the said M. B. Davis to satisfy
said execution and cosata
Sheriff Alaebua Coafty, Florida.
Attorney for Platiff.

Notice of Appliletion for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 Io f chapter 48,
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby givea that C. W.
Bauknight. purchaser atof Tax Certifi-
cates Nos. 348 a4 d 0, date$ the 4th
day of September, A. p. 1905, has
filed said certifloates la nRy tice, and
has made application for tax deed to
issue In accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property situated la Alachua
county, Florida, towit:
8% of 8% Sec. 15, Tp. 11, 8. R.
17-160 acres.
NW% of NW% and E% of SW%
of NW%, Sec. 6, Tp. 11, 8, R. 18-
60 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the issuance of such certifi-
cates In the names of Unknown and
Shade Timmons. Unless said certifi-
cates shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on
the 27th day of December, A. 1). 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 15th day of November,
A. D. 1909. 8. H. WINGES.
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun-
ty, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax Deed
Under Section 8 of Chapter 483,
Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby gives that E. 8.
Gaulden, purchaser of Tax Certificate
No. 14. dated the 6th day of August,
A. 1). 190i7, has filed said certificate
in my office, and has made applies.
tion for tax doed to Issue in accord.
auce with law. Said certificate em-
braces the following described prop.
erty situated lan Alachua county, Flor-
ida, to% It:
W'% of NEYA and NE% of 8WI%
and NWV4 of SEK 8ec. 13, Tp. 8.
8. It. 14.
The said land being assessed at the
date of the iMHiNsti('e of such certifl-
cates in the name of 1'fknown.
t'nle,,s iald certificate, shall be re-
deemed according to law. tax deed
aill) Ihue thereo on the 27th day of
I)ecenmber. A. D. I1909.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 15th day of November.,
A. 1). 1909. S. Ii. WIEN(i S.
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun-
ty. Florida.


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Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and
rendered by the Hon. J. T. Wills,
Judge of the Circuit Court. Eighth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida. in and for
Alachua county, on the 7th day of Oc-
tober, 1909, to a certain cause therein
pending on the chancery side of said
court, wherein W. R. Thomas Is com-
plainant and L. W. Fennell, as sheriff
of Alachua county, Florida, and ex-
officio administrator of the estate of
James B. Whaley, deceased, and
William Joiner and Thomas R. Whaley
et al. are defendants, and wherein
and whereby the undersigned was ap-
pointed Special Master to canry out
said decree. 1 will, on Monday, the
3rd day of January, 1910, sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, be-
fore the court house door in the City
of Galaesille., Florida, between the
legal hours of sale, all the right, title.
Interest and claim of the said L W.
Fennell as sheriff of Alachus county
Florida, and e-offlelo admuistrator o
the estate of James IL Whaley de-
ceased, and William Jolaer aadm the-
as R. Whly. In and to the foIlwag
described a ltuatel I la
county, Florid, towit:
Theq Nartw oart the North
east qwte"r of W040 d tr,
(24), and the NerthV w = quarter,
Section twenty-six () TowansU
nine (9). Ran ninRee (19).
Together with all and sangular the
tenemenat, heredltaments and appor
teMU- Io thM t blm g r wM
satity aid dor ad eosts. Ters,
ash. C. MATHI' ON,
Special Master tn haery.
Solicitor O CoMIhaaltM

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What Has Happened Sad What Ise o.
Ing to Happen-Porsonal and
S. lsl Items of the City.

Mackerel, three for 16ce. C. A. Salley
Best Florida syrup 60o gallon. C.
A. Valley & Co.
Best Irish potatoes only 2ic peck.
C. A. Bailey & Co.
John Cauthen of LaCrosse was trad-
ing*sn the city yesterday.
Bee Wilson's suits for the new
styles-$25 values at $1498.
Three-pound can pie peaches for to-
*,- day lOc. C. A. Sally Co.
Best grade of hams going today for
only 17c pound. C. A. Bailey A Co.
0. P. Wilam of Archer was trans-
acting business In this city yesterday.
Twenty-five pounds white broken-
grain rice for $1. C. A. Bailey & Co.
$15.98 Instdad of $25 for stylish
suits at Wilson's Friday and Satur-
W. H. Tison has returned from
Ocala, where he spent the past few
Typewriter ribbons for sale at Sun
] oMice. New st6ck, both copying and
Call on J. B. Brooks for anything
la fruiLs, candies aud olgars. 208 &
Union street. Free delivery.
SSeven boxea potash 25 cents, seven
packages Grandma washing powder
2 oents. Saunders & Earle.
J. M. Halle has returned from
Worthlngton. where he has been on
business and pleasure combined.
Slest pasture-fed beef, very fat and
S fine. and you will be pleased If yoa
place orders here today. J. 0. Har-
For the next ten days John Fural*
ture Seagle will sell a guaranteed $10
S Banitary Felt Mattres for $,95-Cash
Accidents will happeM, but the best
regulated tamllles keep Dr. Thomas'
Uclectric Oil for such emergecles.
It subdues the pain andt hes the
I hurts.
Ralph Lartigue. the bustling life
tasuraice aget, has returned from
LaCroase and Worthlbgtoa Springs.
where b has bee for the past two
or three Gdays.
If yo prse permits, we other ue-
S escalited are ad service for $.M
per day-3.s0 with private bath --Ti
f or stiat meals. We d not publish
our mean as oer gstes advertise that.
Thbe irown Home.
4t D. L. Prevatt aUd J. 0. Harmld.
S. t woeilaown pbtner of the La-
AO sMection. were tradsg I the
They report a good
0, u wue me a* a ee-of
S0. e *lrfirslg Met a
the Arftu T Li a has again ve-
tarset ar to lnotrda where he

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400V THING's To EAT wT PAeAws

Plakled beef ust arrived.
Barrel choice crambrrles.
sine Kalamasbo Odery.
Nice county aIfage
Tomato catOp 1 cats.
oood Wand corn 10 cents. .
Twelve large pietles 10 cents.
Pruit ake goods, Jast arrived.
Evaporated fruits of all kinds.
Fresh buckwheat.
trish potatoes 26 cents peck.

Choice mixed tea only S0e pound.
C. A Bailey A Co. '
Best grits and meal 10 pounds for
Sic. C A. BaUey A o.
Beautiful $26 suits Friday and Sat-
urday at Wilon's for $16.98.
Three-pound can best-apples 0c the
can today. C. A. Bailey & Co.
Father Lynch made a brief visit to
Stark yesterday ,morning, returning
on the noon train.
W. T. Chesnut, the merchant of
Anredondo, is on a brief visit to his
family in this city. .
Frank McDavid of Monteocha was
among those who came to the county
capital on business yesterday.
Miss Lucille Colclough left yester-
day for Jacksonville, where she will
spend a week visiting friends.
Fresh aie small Star' hams, also
ase 'sugar-dured shoulders, very fine
for boiling. Baunders Earle.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ludwig of Tloga
were among those who favored friends
In this city with a vlsli yesterday.
John Furniture Beagle is Just a lit-
tle overstocked, and for the next ten
days will sell you goods at about cost,
for the cash.
R. P. Pridgeon of Lotttleville was
il the city yesterday, having come on
business connected with the United
States land office.
Worth Knowing-Blue Ribbon Va-
allia fExtract Sgoe twice as far as other
vanilla extracts and Pives desserts the
Real Fruit Flavor.
Mrs. . OCarraway of Donnie was
la the city yesterday. She came to
asked Anal proof of homestead In the
United States lad offoea.
Mr. and Mra. ER. Bert and daugh-
ter, little Miss Martha Louisae. of
avaunah. are In the citK guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Barnes.
You can always 1ad the very beet
ln cholee groceries and vegetables.
Better let us try that rder teday for
your eattre bilL J. 0. Marroe.
Chas. Haile of Alachea. One of te
conaty's oldest ad mot highly .re-
spected etiass is tIn the erty, having
been mmmoned em aceeunt of the il-
ness of James Chesant.
Dr. J. Harrisom Hedge hbasretar-
ed from a profeedloal visit to Mic-a
aopy. He reports the ltses of Mra.
N. II. Mott. wU ill wIbe sand ews
to the td ft r tO fbesttvlle.
Among the inueat visitors to
Galaedvlle Is Deater M ter, Jr. of
Jacksonvttie Mr. Hnater i preis .
de&t of the I er L.iaber Coampay.
and nsrary.re- rerem of as we
lamber Compay-, t"* *-* ive
J. 0. Oema OeII
a membeOr "= the V as -

bm the ett du0 V4y. _
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Alaka pink salmon, full can only
10 ocnts. C. A. Valley & Co.
Five oens two-pound tomatoes for
6v today. C. A. Salley & Co.
, Lae tyle suits reduced from $2
to $15N8 at Wllson's--Frday and
Saturday onl*.
We have a full supply of choice
F'lorida meats, all pasture-fed, for to.
day's trade. Phone orders early
you want the best. J. 0. Harrold.
For Sale-Several pieces nice lurni-
ture, Including side board, buffet, din-
era, rockers, etc. Almost new, and
willbe sold at a acrifce.' H. J. Damp-
G. A. Boyd of Bronson was In the
city yesterday. Mr. Boyd Is one of
thq leading men of his county, and
has bn, for years a member of the
County Democratic Executive Commit.
W. J. Ranuhtes',- 8. Mathis and
C. C. Wilkerson of Bell were In the
city yesterday on bulness with the
United States land office. The Bun
acknowledges a pleasant call from the
Dr. EB.. Howell and D. G. Roland
of Newberry were among those who
spent yesterday in Gainesvlile. Mr.
Howell Is a leading physician, while
Mr. Roland is a member of the firm
of Tucker & Roland, general merch-
The best pill is DeWit's Little Early
Risers-the safe, eay, pleasant and
sure little liver pill. DeWitt's Car.
bolised Witch Hasql Salve Is the
original. Good for cuts, burns or
bruises, and especially for piles. Sold
by all druggists.
0. 0. Barker, a prominent merch-
ant and oottae buyer of LottlevillU,
arrived nl this city yesterday. He
hai been offering from the effects
of mselar rheumatism, and came for
treatment. .Frlieads hope thathis con-.
dition will soon Improve,
George Acosta, a well-known citl.
sen of Jaeaimvlle and speeal agent
or the Pea MutualUfe Insurance
Company of Philadelphi, is to the
city In the lateree of his company.
Mr. Aeot bas many friends erFe
who are giWd to welcome him.
K. Reaborogh of Windsor, bet
who is travelag out of Jackloville
as the reeemenatlive of J. H. Me-
Laurna Copany. waVs the city yee-
terday. Hie was e route to his home
on Newnn's lake. where be will
apased lnay with hiE parents. Hoe.
aud Mrs J. A. Roeborough.
Mrs. Albert W. Beasca and daugh-
ter. MissM Moi. Baaoor. Me. have
arrived i ho e ty and are pleamatly
located a the Wite Hones. Mrs.
Bens is a slater of Mrs. E M. Boay
tea. who h tee bre fbr several
*Metha. at 4i tIle of t GaIt evUile
will take peaur e to eteafag her
ami ter INr-a daughter a cor.
dial weaslme,

t1s a f mEs battle Pankler (P r17 Da*) b is t bottle, ad pmaN
mum W ban W ant me s swith
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*I M Y
o iads Best graMaulated sugar $1.
s.nd* fancy whole rice $1.
*4 pnd4 fancy whiteA rice 1. *
-p pbbads j.st patent flour 86c.
N0 -ids.best patet flour, $3.25.
0 aa tomatoes, small s t, $1.
13 a0s tomatoes, large $1.
4 OiW best white CaL cherries fl.
4 ame best yellow Cal. peaches 90.
Sqst .aporated peaches, two pounds
25 ceats.
oo4d punes, four pounds, 26e.
tb.e chocolate cream' drops, gad
powdt i cents. .

Best Irisk potatoes, per pek, 56c.
Best-sweet potatoes, per peck. lrM
Best full cream cheew, per pound,

10 peands best pearl grits., 26 cents.
IS .pgds best water-ground meal,
25 M.tts.
JI- t received Huyler's dkng Choo-
oli, Huyler's Sweet Chooolate4 Hay-
le's Ciystalised Ginger, Huylere
Cream Peppermint, Huyler's Brek-

In Adltlon to our special prices on
veryttbIng In our crockery department
w"' give with each p"r"hase of
a beautiful framed, picture.
A Whoes cup with every pound of
Dokasy's Delight coffee.,'



WANt D TO RENT-Six-room house
with beth. Address G. H. W., 106 8.
Pleasant street.
e_,AvP ,
8TRAYED-Sorrel horse, leather halt-
or on head, left bind foot white,
white spot In forehead, hesav'mane.
Answers to name of Prince. Aotify
S. H. Wienes, Galnesville.


pup about* half-grown; dark brindle
spot around eye, well trimmed ears.
Liberal reward for return of pup or
for Information leading to recovery
of same., L. W. Jackson. City.

FOR 8ALB-Typewriter ribbons, all
kinds. Sun office.
MULES-One pair choice mules,
large, for sale. Apply to W. R.
anyone hunttaing Plank's Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure malaria,
chills and fever. Prioe 26 cents per
bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson, hell
probably know.
the genulae Bpaulding Rose No. 4 In
10 peak sauks, $2.50. True Red Bliss
Triumph at $3.25. Send us your
orders.. American Produce Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.

FOR RUNT-Two oottage in North
Gainesville. Apply to Mrs. Palmer.
FOR RENT-Six-room house and ten
aore of land Ip cultivation, one-
fourth mile north of the University.
Apply J. A. Phlfer.
FOR RrNT--ive-room cottt ad-
joining square; sewerage, electric
light bath, and all modern conven.
lenes. Apply 803 Liberty street.
or this of1a.

WANTED-Young m to leas auto-
mobile buslaeee by mwil and pra
pase tor poatties as chaaleus ead
repair men. We make you expert In
tea weeks; sastt you to *emreW p
sitlm. Pay Mi: work pleasant; 4e
ma fd fr mee reat; reas able;
write for particulars and sampler
lesson. Empi AutoomobAe Idsm-
tat& Rocheater. N. Y.

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for what yeu need, and (et as
that is of the highest trade of
1ie* hi upholstery and finish,
eostreution is well made and
be6, and of such unique and i
dsign as eassol be iilated is
and flimy makes.

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