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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 5, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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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 )
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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: VID01317
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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VI, NO GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1909 T O


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)NGTON, Ded A1 ent
basnot only '11n to take
oiauce of a Knox's
w ich was PM. sn ult
but he is deae t wiVe 01.
special agents to W blnto
Vor to have the Dep.art
ultimatum ,et rstn" r by
to that depsAuent, and
by direct applui to members
as. The Stfak Dleprtment
ly aware of thi repnoce and
of these emnilrihe. These
agents*are being watched In a
way.
was reported yesterday that any
that Zelaya mlght make to
from the country w9dd receive
trect and vigorous 'attention of
daerican warships now lying off
ts of Nicaragua. Secretary
I' note indicated In the plainest
that the State Department
upon Zelays as th man re-
for the torture aMnd death of
two Americans, GOtoe and Can-

plan to deflect the United States
mient program with reference
gua came to lilgt last night
Senor Fernando Saachex and
M Roman arrived )Iere. Nelth-
Sanchez nor lP. Roman
talk. They gave their address
Nlew York.
bers of the Central American
tic corps. however, were In a
when they discovered the new
Senor Sanchp.they declar.
k a partner of Zelaya in many
latter's business ventures in
nua, and he has managed to
Sa fortune of between four and
k million dollars in gold. Dr. Ro-
the report continued, long ha's
SSelt.r Sanchez's business advise
a d be also is a close friend and
ilt of Zelaya.
k the afternoon and early
hni more than a sore of tele-
i were dispatched from Benor
i' rooms. Almost an equally
huntl).r were PreOlved. This
pphic activity. the OMCtral Amer.
insist. Is aimed at members of
law. with a view of wviling over
V of thn.m to render tem adminis-
It pr"nt program operative


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llnin the three-year-old mO of J.
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I'k and which win I ae a life-
a.r as a reminder.
11til fellow was peIatag i the
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AT THE CHURCHES TODAY.
TO HAVE INCOMING SESSION WILL
TO H AVE Divine Services Will Be Held at A
Placee* of Wership.
Services will beobeerved at the
various churches of the city today as
D, MEn ICANSt ,oo,. ECLIPSE ALL OTHIES
First Presbyterian Church, Rev. T. .

iches This Country..Did It ct, "ReligiousMonopoly.' Sabbath In Matters of Expandlitres Is Now Expectatio Re-
l_ __. 1, .. ~ school at 3 p. m. Preachtng at 7:30
fcaut on Impossible. oloc ..subject. "The Ohin g T in Congress to Assemble Deceaber 6th.
First Baptist Church, 'hev, J. J.
tin the event it Is presented to Con- Cloar-Sunday school at *::(t a. m.; WASHINGTON. Dec. 4.-While the to be one of the biggest quesiUons be
' gress. preaching at 10445 a. m. bnlor [1. Y. approaching session of Congress prom. fore the Amerian people. Along with
9 Dr. Salvator Castrillo, the diplomatic p. U. at 3, Senior Y. Y. P I'. at 6:15 lees nothing In the way of postal bank the upward tariff rWlislon It sa certain
* agent of the provisional government p. mn. Preaching at 7:30 p in.. which or other legislation sought by the peo. to be the absorbing issue In the Coa
* of Nicaragua and representative of the will be a special sermon fur Odd Fel. pie, It does promise to establish a gresslonal elections of 1911.
revolutionists here, yesterday made lowp. new record as a money-spending sea- The appropriations for next year
* formal request to Secretary Knox that First Methodist Church No an. stun. aggregate $1.044.014.,98. or more
' he be received on equal terms with nouncement, only a reque:-t from the lucreased appropriations for the va. than $11 per capital It distributed to
I the agents of the Zelaya government, secretary of the board of stewards rious departments is a certainty. This the Individual. Seventy millions of
It Is generally believed that Dr. Cas- asking that announcement tb made of Is In spite of the fact that the report dollars of Increase n expense is o@.
Strllo's request will be granted, a special meeting of the board, to be of the United States treasury shows casloned by the addition In the last
SWhile making all preparations for held at the office of the secretary at that the "excess of all dtsburNements eight years of 99.115 Pederal oflwo.
D action, this Government has resumed 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. when all over all receipts" thus far this dscal holders. The present standlag army
the calm that preceded the issue of members are requested to be present. year uaunluts to the colloesal sum of of the United Statee numbers ofly
Secretary Knox's note. There were Advent Christian Church, KIder J. $4'(,14:,20. For the month of Noven-- about .11.000 Imen.
Sno developments in the State De T. Johnson-Preaching at II a. tm. and her Idtlne the government spent $,. IUnder the e.ti mates already arran,
l attment yesterday. 7 p. m. Young people's meeting be. 10U.0.0 ) more than It took In. od for the Taft administration, the
STo all appearances the department fore preaching. Sunday a''hool at 10 A nuch better showing than the one mionAeyalsndlng campaign promisee
f is "marking time" until occasion ar- a. m. Elder Ii. V. Skipper. State now i...de ought to he Impblbleem. u to reach a higher mark than durtla
Strives for further action. evangelist, will occupy the pulpit Sun- shlerhI.t the heavy receipts. The rus- tlhe to Nocvolt administration, whe
In explanation of tile status of day morning and evening. toms rccellits fur the H-cal year thus the deficit was the largest ever faced
SAmerican consular officers in Nicara. Holy Trinity Church-No announce- fat r itsi June 30. have ,been about by the G(overnient.
tgua, It was said yesterday thatl In all inelit. ir2.~o0).(ti I heavier than lasl year for A reign of wastefulness started it
Probability the Nicaragutn consuls in St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Rev,l tlh, correr.idltng prloitl. llternal with the day ()rover Cleveland tuared
this country would not be (i sturled I'. J. lynch --Mass will Ib held at revnue receip. ,have o en ahout, over the administration to his suooee,
for the present at least, nor was It 10 o'clock a. m. Devotion of the Holy (.5u.l)00,0) heavier. Iut the swull.i slor, w\'llim McKinley. Pglure tell
thought that the American consul it I toary will sat 4 p. m. e-?peondlturea, resulting from Increased a story so momentous It Is almost Iri*
Nicaragua would be required to ---- -- ppropriations by Congress, have pon~lbl to fully comprehend It. The
leave that country. DEATH OF J. M. TURNER. largely eaten ilup the Incrase. Thus aga ore -- - --- while all recellits for the fieral year Cleveland administration was $1.&74,
BURNED OROCE AND CANNON. One of Alachua County's Well-Known are about $22..o00,uM heavier than for lo0.14d. end the ayregate appropria.
I Citizen passed Away. the sne period last year. th, exponidl.I lion for ihe last RLasevelt adnmlns.
Store< have been about $14,0).,HIO 1 ration :t,3214.99,19 -twice the sUM
Zelays Burned Their Bodies, Accord' Jamesn M.. Tusner of the Micauopy tenvior. required to .,2u the 9 loernhmlent under
ing to Report. actionn, one of Alachua county's most Although an attempt was made In Clevelan.d.
NEW ORLEANS. Dec. 4.- The IKod wil) known citizens, died at the lt Payne bill to sove the de ency Hre is the r ay the .t lltditureo
ies of Leroy Cannon and Leonard Odd l'ellows' Sanitariuml about 7 in the national tesoueer, It faile) eItterI have been Groce, the two Americans executed by o'clock Saturday morning from blood ly. The new tariR bill faIs short, AtrlorialIot lt IlIeninlal Period
order of President Zelaya of Nicara. poison resulting from a sever* car- by over $50.000,000 a year. of bringing Clevoelnd administrat'n. I 14.4311.O0
gua, were burned, declared passed llhule on his neck. In sufflclent revenue to equal the es. MeXnlealy adminlisrat'n. 1.47T.M.tl
gers arriving, here yesterday from D ceased had been suffering from lnase of the Republian adminlatra. Roomsvelt admllsltrat'n. 2,06A.8,1.7T1
Nicaraguan ports on the steamer I)i. the carbuncle for several days, when tlon. Uncle Ram's dl trem d tres. Taft( Itimated first bl
tator. It was reported that inclinera. t was found that an operation would ury is now considered by both parties nnlal period ...... .1,00.00.004
tlon was resorted to to conceal tilh, ticnecessary. lie was brought to -
means of Identification. Afterwards, the Sanltarlum for that purpose, and Mr Cheant Improving. A 1ed Deg.
it was said. Zelaya found it was liIti he llperatlou lierf'omed. but the a. Prinds of James, ('hennul of Alach In reerencr to the frocious d4o
possible to conceal the fact that the fl ction had reached such a stage lthat who ha b quit II at thewhih wa l by Mr, Waters
Americans had been killed, and was 'b'Hxxl pisoi resulted, and he breathed ome o hi daughter. Mrs.t. I Jor. rriday afternoon, Capt. Elmore ti
forced to make a report to this effect his last from this cause dn. In l ty wll be pased to form the reporter that the 0l"1e
to the State Department at Washing. > d war aouteas of learn that the condition of the patllet had been gtven hin a few hours hoe
toin. age,. and In survted by a we very muh improved, there the hlling by Mr. Simplsm.
Passengers on the Dictator say that several children, to all of whom chances o his rervery are now good, he had turned it over to Jef Ste
all Is quiet In the vilcnity of Blue. symlnathy of friends I extended. o the eve tht there Is no rlpm for kepng unitl atrday. whe 10
felds. and there was no Indications The rema.s were ta.e Y r. to Min theen tio fo a day late n d mding the do toa . h far
at the time of the Dictator's departure. nopy by private con vey- '. ost Mr. Oi ee t's Iootditon for s day i tinthoi all wo i.
miays agom of any D ad panc re bein day, and the funeral will be hed or two r w asoeldered awsei la i the In the cutry. Prom ela we a
six days ago. of any advance being ex l etreme. but at the M it moa the a t Won .og w hnN a W llleked wiAt
made on the Bluefields section by the there today. ocrreed a t eate lfor the better hydropoba. being pe rfely deted it
fcecsrrod a eahange foo do I,. hydrophbal.l hem perftlylt doclle to
forces of Zelayn. __R. S H TO LA wards Mr. Simpeon and Captl Imor
S MR. MITH TO LAVL. bet it was feroeto towards oat
some way, and the weapon came down I 'Iy ettta. 9 |i and a, ..stlested .everl of
upon his head Inflicting a long and After Many YVar Spent ln Suemieo Uttle Dorothy, daughter wa Mr. and theM og sights pMriou to its beta1
ugly-looking gash, which bled freely. Here, Will Return to Jackeetvlel. Mrs. W. M. PJilld. who had the mis- killed,
He stood bim pain manfully, how- Afte years nt business fo e to b k as a byain Anoth f to
ever. and is rapidly recovering. al- in alaeville. where he h-a sooldl- veral days age, h.h MsiuW tl rM still at large, sad s oe eas be obl
though the mark will be left to tellied one of the boat modern photograph covered to be "alled well" agais, as ed for killies dogs of hek "aters.
the tale. galleries and studies In th e, Ishe e*pres e It. whLie wiln be gratify Another foreeleoe des ws U111411F
.James .. Smith esect ortofa.... .. to her g1erom kt* e friends '.If Averos early At4rday m m11M g.
The orange crop at Ankona will his former home in JackseUille, a4d Uttle Miss Dorethy seuued seerm The anital had etlashed Mr. AMes
amount to about 00 boxes this se ,il l... t morrow Ir few da,*e, ,. t here er pala ge i s the wond m-ee sad a*
o. Mr. Smith has ot only. estabaMhed tl tly, wMhi s adm Ired b the t,. kig W .. Matheems d, wMi
ff excellentt tusie1 ini. his preles attedI' g physmia. sad e ..s. Mr Avers killed him.
^ l i i --~Isaon. but his reputal iem st.er .. t aBBi

tton Market I.,...sr Thir-y Men Are Drowned
t he a h ma4 as, frteds all s o

newhat tower M--r- By Sinkldg of Steamer

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Fancy F'.oridas ; .S..... Mr.. 0 .-. rh ieerrlvdto sao N.X>?o., ,., e*a. k* ,t. **,,,M,
che lorstd ... N 1 the r fr Knoseil. where e tha raged yeeday s r the SAgttah Their news, heeew. aM esm e
Lx. choke e ..*.*.JS @21 has b aee reshd igg for the pant g m s M r T hletl m er s ea to fI y e gsrits* j M s Oo Wsee wf
OeSte Georsad *.... Ias *e ad Is the osoet of Mr e4d he dOs of Appiedere in gratabhl wrrved at Faimth tatdy, rue
O s ad *ls. *3 .utl Mrs .7 ratt Ke ase t Cther h astee. hey it is boni-ed her setre -n w ci bat o rto g -he ag p he. ea g
tes Gs *.. emr oLted is a few days, f shrty mes perished 1aw bedimb he te aed em SAMI *we,


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whm I opposes p., los to
o D at six per optw
m double te amoum t of the
P Mfor eMh lots, a r
i wpMrpwoe er. The applie4
S or w ias frm this fetd are to
s"laMimd op In the order Ib hei
'.$1s % 1h4aISi an t d offer,
P w .e, that the Mdesire of a m r-
pa Is to dvWe p the o lty. M wall
100N e omer a
The Thomas Onsatpm.mmlso liUd4
Aato Pa every street, a0d put a
MIt o sidewalk Ito ibst of every
|i. 'ldlM at the expease of the eo0a
S.UI erty treet, o whbmh this prop*
ey has a frontase of about 1 8, ftet,
: a Ita e systlp of oement sIdewalks
g, 'two mllems from ity imatos to Mity
iissa, sad is paved ita satire length.
l os the malan artey though which
!: mpo0m o vnho'e eomtry trade. and
Se dlr W most Importapt street
So aftrno o drive 'l oomploeto thout
sio o aL Uberty street as tar am the
University, and In consqnence, this
s. Street i OGalneville's fashionable
boulevard, crowded with automobiles
sad other vehicles, every afternoon
and evening.
Would It take a very shrewd
~ peophet to foretell the future of prop-
Sety so located?.
It to written, that the ratest
growth of all citlee shall be wetward.
a. d ClaISeville will be no ezoeptUon
to the rule, Io fulfAling her detlnRy.
a Mdered for a lag time by peculiar
Sloal conditions, she grew north and
met; but at lst avored by the loca
ti o of the University of PlIrida It
that direction. he is now to Uoe to
obey that mysteries law whmoh none
a a explain, but all adat exists, and
will grow to the woetward. Already
I e homes e springing up In freat
of the Univeresity. and we prdlet that
a Ave years or lees. when the oaks
now growing will urnish oompleto
shade, soan of the highest priced
* residence property In Galaeevllie wWU
be on Wet Lberty street, sad Its
Immediate vicinity.
For this reason The Sun ushelstat.
Ingly commends this property to per-
sons who wish It for homes or In-
vetmentL
One hundred and ltly thousand
'k~. G Oovernment building. mag-
*; kf and u Maonic home, maw -
dS"Oartmeat stores. great hard-
rM Ae mablishments and furniture
stores. flne, prosperous banking
boues. fA* hotels. beautiful bothm..
I ae cment sidewalks, sewerage. wa-
terworks and public utilitle of every
kind are not fouad Is eouetry towns.
Oalnesville Is now a city; shae o grow.
lag rapidly and her future Is assured.
Well selected real estto arwbere
w ithin her limits Is as sound In-
watemet as Government bhonda.
Tbhesoe who are shrewd enough to
m N It to timne and act. wll prAt by
S it. The mdebtm. and them who bet-
S tate unt toee a, wtl share the rate
So their kid the world over. sad
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Maeisem Rend of Wada s who has
bee. heon a brief but pleasat vslit
to frisds, retired to he bqm yes
Attentio is ,lled to the change of
advertiement of the Gailesville raln*-
tUn Company, wisoh appears elM
where In this ssu.
The Woman's Guild of Holy Trinity
xpiscopal ourebh will hold a meetibg
at the home of Mrs. A. P. Mor ow
Monday afternoon at S:0 o'clock. A
fnl aftendae is desired.
Large line of table etlery sad pock*
et knives; all go to make w eul
Christmas gifts. Better make pourt
selections earl, before they have all
ben picked over. tGanesvlle Hard-
ware Company.
The peIular properties of Chamber-.
lain's Cough Remedy have been thor-
oughly tested durlng epidemics of n-
mens i, and when t was taken In
TUm wo have not heard of a lingle
pcaseofopnl ouoh i. old by all dru
gists.
W. A. t trio l o s Pu ade one*
of the eadin pltaters eo the coand t
wat kamoL; the vTos to mate iel
Satoray. Mr. Bettrland always
keeps" "ao osm" M hs l en
weh tLhe reul, t o tbea he is mll

The pgr ed over. Otaomtbe lae
Is of tI y.s reslt g In pasSON. ThisI
a e pObIbae prbymr oi Chamber
lain's Cough Remedyf a b oon h ly
tm es hao le but ea rate a eano

% ~tem of the dsease w rd pam*
ania. Saol d by all d rlgsta
L. L. Tereer of Mimopy was a theI
eity reterday having bees mo ned
on ascout t of thasseddeatho his
brother. J. ItrleL er. wo Pdote
at theo Sad tariema earty ye tSre
moating. Mr. Tureamr's Mmeros
frid te sympathies with h1 In Msu
trouble.
Many person atd themselves af-
feced with a persistent cough a
an attack rot tauoeal As t.his oh0
can be promptly cured by the e of
Chambertla's Coo g Rem edy It
should not be allow tto na a t
a becomes trel mb ma. U bC s
druggists.
Spel al AgT t I. J. ark s of the
Uatted Sates gteral d em. mthis
divislo, hUas bee asdel to WashiN
etal work I the e M l e0had of te.
Mr. Parks. is nei f C ab Poaurs
mort ale. r. Teu ats mand tM
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ithiu i Le Tht oodupa5 a1 5 t
b old reliable Stadet W Pe tiq"
to nr -sMea which asly prpovd prto o
imans the recent Tatmpa eS d

Vh Ie a somethintm Interests to
ay abt isft rce.
a- fCoid -at this measos
when MO are so prMosto an
dmetwal n-dy, and 4e eaily ot.
tioaed. Prry Davti' Poalkiller It
I o se tw ostrp N elded bt r"
knows rant, bt haa tood thte
i e or seventy yeoan i ad a sw
ue the artlee, Inten ao eteor


lo at pm I d WI IRIom., I
ly, will coomt with It grateful roe o
lectioss clf N wrtay tlnrntpr,
A jolly p aty of Macon a. to*ts
paued th G th e city yesterday ea
route to l Hmo--.a a where they so
tI thetr aual hniu adI fIshitg
trip. The party olprtged W. J.
iamsey. Jorph ed l ad J. n ay
Murphy, an wea-kaewa business on
of Maesr. add trledst of Caster Bar
uick of the GOa nesvile NatM
Bank, m o was naturally glad to n o
them.
OChbs. Chbeut Jtiaksaovilie, who
was called ere a few day go os aso
oount of the lness of hta father.
JaImes Chemaut. returned to his hotne
yesterday with the onr atulato of
friends that the patient ad so reatly
Improved. Mr. sad Mn. Scriven Do
sler of Jaeksonvill, who wrer also
summoned for the a me caue are
till here, but It oonditions continue
to Improve will ratur to their home
shortly.
Attatlo o 1 ot* to the Avertoe
meat of the Wile Company. whch
appe betowemr in thIs lame. Thi
company is ertag MgeS" s IA n a ev-
ery department, sad belts one of the
larset ad e Ot re le are, of the
k In tho is smenom f the tate. our
ead y aOW n- pms amps real
values, aad uet What theyr y theyO
will give both as regards priesM and
odRs There to better or amre
reiable dry ged ra nm the- country
than the Wilto Company.
Per s*ee, T Ser ad asit Rheom.
The hatease lritag eharactertotle
of these alleats ist almot lastantly
allayed by ChaOmberlatI's alva. Many
severe cases have beeacured by It.
Fr sale by al drugists.
An Appeathi Marriage.
Invitations ae out tfor the early
marriage of Miss Elesanor Casidy, a
charmtng youom lady of Jacksonvile
who is well knewa t Is city.
Miess Oaefty has visited friends to
GlaeelstuIe Wa several eeasimne.
and her u W MOU Ma -w will
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ICsiMSekd toe loVooks b e up o,
-As' *.- to inn"u ,abst
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Ity la e. ase Is eq-ippe

webl e ue kbeta ol eupods.,
,,'o the dt board is at aubIa

Sthe stimse wdth d the sounding
beon -n. .
.Treble and bham bridel mlnatd
&d bult up of samy tepem of
the eCbolceet dartr awed mIaple,
po block Itated ad built up of
v disent lyers of wood, lanurin
abblute stalit of strutoot to
MIand' In Imported German tun-
MtMs atin dgtap, doable repeatingt
oa tion. a splenadly regs-
latd, and 18 pound hammers of the
ohloet material; white mam strlpw;
Ivory keys of. a. splendid quality of
Ivory; noseless trap work and three
pedals.


The Irom pla of ths piano I ex-I


0`'2"V reiafored and of the
hMeW^ pUStI is finished in
pl Gurantee is cast
!Sb ^. T1is piano Is equipped

SWe will give one vote for each
i* Mpept with us in our different
LptfVitL. Watch out for our
n eTy IOMu of The Sun. Cu
eat b tdri or send It In to us
e wHI allow 5 votes on each or
amiorn statd thereon. Our first
will Ui anyone entering the
S tOt e. The only ballot box
iNfem ( iour etablishment, w
e to voto. Branch office
anmUstanrw in Cincinnati, (
otla awhom the Platio for this cot
MqU I1thWued, have agreed to
4 to us the tn $10o
tllaete as follows: One certifl
oeah lo $100, which will be red,
abe In cash as a payment on
pano they manufacture.
RULES AND REGULATION
1 The contest is open to an
f hain Allachus county who is kr
by conductor of the cointe
vejhed for by some reputable
Mo, to them well known.
3. No empolyee, attache or
tdv of the proprietor of L.. S
are eigible to participate in this
tebt, and will participate in ll11
ar.
* 3. In the event a candidate de
to withdraw from the race, t.ch
didete will not be allowed to trar
Otne to the credit of another c
date In the contest.


L C. SMITHS PIANO CONTEST

-VOTING OOUPON-Good for

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W 1t0o Tampa Endurance contestt that passed through here last week, and you are no doubt eq A "1 08
EoMiCO "REM R Otm Well, A
the outcome. Well, we cou ave told you what t would have been last week, by our past experIea.se


0E M. Fe 30" at $1250 CO:RSE won The Tampa Times Trophy With a PERECT SCORE
car w dr. Horace Williams of St. Petersburg, Fla., owner of the car. The Observer's report shows that there wm not- an ad.
et of mad the engine, ignitn system or magneto. The water dlid not heat in the radiator over the steepeti hl0 or the
pest sands n tMr. Williams was congratulated on having won The Tinvs Cup he said the con g tulations were due theear and not him-
lf, he utely nothing about an automobile, having owned this car lhss than a month, al( if any adjustments had been n semary
would lefton the road.
No. i .,. M. F. 30," was driven by Mr. Walter Beeman, and this car smashed all previous records ever made between the two oitlw.
is runn i from Ocala here, a distance of 43.7, was 1 hour and 50 minutes; 18 miles of this distance was made over a wet. sheli pe roid,.
a heavy of rain and got off. the right road three times, which would make approximately 50 miles he ran. His ecar's seoedule wu "
4 hours from n LAugustine to DeLand. He lost 2 hours and 2 minutes, by the Observer a card (this for a broken front spring which cost him t
only $4 an .lour's labor), stopped twice between Daytona and DeLand to adjust this spring, and even with all this, CHECKED INTO
DELAND' A OF TIME.! He ran from Daytona to DeLand, a distance of 24 miles, in exactly 44 minutes. All who accompanied this
r concede time made and the way this car stood this trip was little short of marvelous.
LET. US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU ITS MERITS. &, --- -


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ON HER WAY HiD tURLY
N|EGRO 8NATCOH IIbtS .

Attempt Under a ltlght Light,
kut No One SuffmSIPtf,.tear
to Render Aell etaoe.

second depredftios df purse-
|Khng within threee days was
berated Saturday alght, when
J. H. Colson was aapalted and
*prse taken away ftrm her with
ration under the biO lant glow
au electric light, and the thief
without being apprehended.
bold thief was evidently the
e fellow who watched the purse
n. M. H. McClamrocwh on Thurs-
Saight, and who was never cap-
M. Feeling confident from the
Sthat he was not eaptared Thurs-
r night. he was eoorttrged, and
I another effort with access upon
I Colson.
story of Mrs. McClamroch and
experience has already been pub-
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that every effort was made by Rev. LODGE OF BUSINESS CAWOT
8. B. Rogers and others to catch theLOG F M -----------------
thief, he escaped, which gave him T D ARAH M. DAVIS
courage, and there is no doubt but DI l lTH IS TODAY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
that this man who snatched Mrs. Col- ..-
son's purse is one and the same. Oalnesvllle, Florida.
Mrs. Colson was on her way home IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY WILL e tfflce 01 E. Main St.. North. Tele
about six o'clock in the evening, and HELD IN HANDSOME HOME. phone 126. Office hour 9 to 12, 2 to 6,
when at a point between the Jewel and by appointment. Graduate of
Laundry and the Tabernacle she was American School of Osteopathy under
suddenly attacked, and recognized the The Public is Invited, and it Is the founder of system. Kirksville. Mo.
man as a negro, and the description, Desire of Elks to S** a Large r" TENCH.
as she recognized him. was identical Crowd Present. 1Di J" D, h. TENCH.
to that of the man who had assault- r.NTiT
ed Mrs. McClamroch two nights he-
fore. There was no one near. how- All arrangements having been made. OGaines~lle. Florlda.
ever, and the negro made his escape memnibrs of Ual uesvlHe laidge No. 990,
In the direction of the school grounds, Ilenevolent and Protective Order of .)ffiti---looms 1 and 1. oUraha
which are enshrouded in darkness. fKIks, anticipate a mooM interesting Jluildiug. Office hours 8 to IJ a. m
Officers were notified, but up to go- meeting at the club lodge room this l v 5 p. m.
Ing to press last night there was no afternoon, the occasion being the an- G. MIX0ON
evidence to suspicion anyone nual memorial service, or lodge of sor O. ON
This pocketbook snatcher inay try oUw.
. few more of his stunts. but if he An excellent and impressive pro- DENTIST.
is ever caught it cannot he assured gram of a literary and musical nature
what will become of him. has been arranged, and inasmuch as Olec Over Dutton lank. Phone 18n
-he meeting will be of a public nature.
A DELIGHTFUL OCCASION. and a cordial Invitation has been ex- GaJnesvillle, l.
tended to all, a large crowd la expect-
Dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Edwards in ed. The ladies are especially request- Dfl. ODVZRBI MOlRR1.
Honor of Brother. ed to be present.
The cereniouies at these memorial D. ENTTIBT
One of the prettlest and most coin- se,r\ires are always Impressive. and
plete affairs of the season in every this ill be no exception to the rule.
detail' was the dinner given Tuesday The memorial committee, consisting OIsM mea Oshaee ell Natotal l e e
evening by Mr. and Mrs. WileFy d- of J. 1). Gardner, I. C. Lynch aid Po IS.
wards to their young brother, James (;eo. P. Morris, have spared no pains
McKenzie Maye. in tilecting a program, which will be D j ALDlMMA!,
The color scrheim of rpink iand white furnilshed each person present. D A-.* aM .
was carried out in the roe and table The P
decorations. the cntcriece being of e ro m D TI
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elegant drawn work over pink satin
Covers were laid for twenty-fotur,
and a dellcious eight-course dlinmer
was served.
Mrs. Edwards rece-lved her guestti
In an exquisite gown of pastel green
satin. trimmed in lace' applllique Hi.r
jewels were diamonds She was as-
sisted in entertaining by Mrs. I) H.
Tharin and Mrs. Sidney Robertson.
An attractive feature of the occasion
was the dainty little painted place
cards, done in dresden design, by
Mrs. Tharin
Those present were Mr. Maye and
Miss Burke of Jackm)nville. Mr Harts-
field and Miss Vidal. Mr. Brown and
Miss Futch, Mr. IAnler and Miss Fen.
nell, Mr. Ellis and Miss Tousey. Mr.
Stewart and Miss Carlisle. Mr. Isken-
heart and Miss Sadler. Mr 8tringfel-
low and Miss Whetstone. Mr and Mrs.
Fulwood Mcintosh.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and Mr Maye
are recent additions to Galnesville.
their former home being Montgowery.
Ala. They have made many friends
during their short stay here. and all
trust they may remain with us perma-
aenfl)y.
Opening of Toyland.
We beg to advise our nmay friends
and patrons that oae and all are spo-
clally invited to oer Christmas opens-
Iag of Toyland, Dec. 1th. 1,N
We will on this date plac before
you one of t he moet emplee and *ov-
el line* of all classes O popelar-
priced Christ mas goods.
DWo't forget th, date. sad be sure
and come. MAGNET CASH STORI

Dowt S a eloft
About 7eyo rlf be you're rP
d wwkb rbementise or sil .Kft -
at ws rum've tr"d t ot eh i5
Ua they tailed Try allard'f Me
uu .-m-. w* l n rI wf sm S
aek.^ pates sad tU-e --a nd
M e awel as ye" eer we.
by W. M Joes-"


tlerture-Mis iturkuim.
inWoMation Rev. J. J. Cloor.
Ritual.
"olo, '"EInam in Truben Tagen,"
(Wagner)- Miss PIdrick. Accompan-
ist. Mrs. L. IHeckr.
Address-Hon. R E. Davis.
Recitation. "The House by the Side
of the Ruad"-Miss Badler.
Ritual
Solo, "A Bong of P'raise." (Ooubler)
--Mr. Maddock. Accoxapalnt. Mrs. IR.
P. Hampton.
Meoeroal Address Dr. A. A. Mar-
phbre.
"Nearer My God to Thee"-Lodge
and aedlence. Arcompasut, Miss
tlurhblm.
Ritual.
"Aild ang Syn e"-Ledge sad as.
dience. Aeoompalist. Mess Ierklim.
lenedklcto-Dr. T P. Hay.
elleessoaal-MNIs IMdfas.
The esrclaee will bgeoi at
clock. They will be held Ia the
lodge room.

The Correet Time
To stop a esgh or eoM l Ise a us
sooa as It start-the thee will be
so deager of peemacski or easuup.
tio. Jut a few do ee Be heard's
HornMomd Syrup taBa ah the tart
will stop the oAsb. If It has bes
romaeg os for mmatim the trea-
met wl be huser. but the ewe i
m w Wldby W M IJe meIs.


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MI. i is q t entry doe s
soil rean mbd a flreorily to the
Sagt te set Osee at Oaseyflls intelisent tooeh of man as to Florida,"
as *s e.Fma m e nortda s a la-isnd dus-
M.c5aT..tfAi ih tria r eorld. & IOt dep the soi
repOpd spontaneously, but re
.MOo.. s most bountifully. The toilitn
'a L PaUwrm t. pLCu oampeaiinOM hneb-hdmaa has the benefit of the tn-
'"na. anc.- set and most heathful climate oo
1 W. Mau dB t. s T*elephoIu m t th. with pure r, pae 'water and
S- wh-lesome moral environment.
he W DOa 9 Un ptaShYed vr s& -rom h "Thei tide of Immigration that has
a eiccsw Mnde, de*verd the for so masr ears been turned to the
a as city". or m e taar t P. toward
S tedtPt DO&efor$aart eWrnI s M
I as months; 1.2 three moths; or da .
M se r reo we -striotly U a *- as wedl a the capital t, has some to
Sreal tats thlis wonde la lead of
aeaig SotUom is loeals eoluma s asts the greatea amd Wuret peae for let
Sor arttsrm.ans d s oasm fortO sad abndant Ulivs ofat ay the
a d ea Urt Uiatted states. 'A bewst man is the
i ipiy Seedvrtl mW soblest workr of Oad' Is nt more trm
= than tha a Porie trn m t the Ps~
s! is an st adt 1ta.oe tm ol, 1 WO .
; eaI 5 l MAI as ho 1i*a la d orids or


aw ;* w oe: ,si "M
.s b .~i~, 01t te g m W the a
i a ---9aa--- aImf al a mle wtn the youit
rlln 'seeside o O aW 1 e1 l pan aM heWO
S a5 ,nit orMe r a t the dRoAlat ye' atrtW.
7. 0 1es 0s will be r"Weld to 4 U k the* baly om ate %it i
r etdvrtisaedtaa. eM tnese iga*led Switih the eay


DAelT TO AOV T1mSRS. thokd. "


S$n u aio s th tao ietovee t In. h U H AoDIRst roirN
g' I~h o the -un- F
Tearly FrIdao T oriba. This also ertisang their t novices 1 display
Seppes to changes t adTertisements typ, an rti tates aniy
S. fa r rnn(in In the p sp'. "Whe have never bee able to see
Si ,any fe oroe laa that peculiar system of
is the time to ader thli e S hLoh forbid the proper ad&rW
Slti n ll of church aserritoe oad church
work. A wholesomq departure from
S The Tampa Tribune and Times are tis atlmqatd poe against
at et aPreed upon one thlnS-that church advertising wa manfested by
or Talaferro (Toliver) should the displayed advertisement inserted
be eleote by the I PresbyterIan obroh
ui inday iPto advortsnla columns ot
Te raU e the of l'b sta ad other newspaper or
*Malpn county sha~shlfy in not giv.t s oty.
las exen t te to cala on t~"he k judicious advertising payras
Sn of the Marion county Fair. business, why not In church? If the
adh enterprises deserve all the on- businoes ma wants to reach the peo
S ooragement the railroads can extend. po he huas found by experience that
the cheapest, the quickest and the
K L eI ocuntyha b Just voted to mot elective way to do *o Is through
oi bond to the amount o wo hun- the newspaper The New Orleans
S ed thousand dollar for ullding churches are beginning to reallsoe that
good roads. Every county which fact, and the progreuslteadaintltratlon
a vote has been taken for the Pt of the First Presbyterian church wit
year for this purpose has returned a nd by judicious adherence to the In-
ajority nt avor of bonds. The good novation it has Introduced result
roads movement Is certainly sweeping gratifying. *
over Florida. Let the good work go ---- -
___ LLooked at In a philosophical light,
There Is no special reason why the
e ladl of the Cemetery Assolo k rst day of January should be differ-
tion are esgaed In the laudable work et from a~ other day. It is not
of eons~rettn a hard road from the the actual beginning of the year; the
edmtery gate to connect with the twentyfaret day of March the first day
pleoe of driveway built ome year of spring, more ftly deserves the hon-
o n that portion of the burial But the wisdom of our ancestors
grmad known as the old cotery. b In the election of the day, and
They have not sau lent funds i hand It probably wlM ever be chance
to oempleto the work, but they have a Chrlatendom. Pacteflly, the date
fth that those who have dear es makes no dllerneoa As a matter of
reUngl In the cemetery wll not Noe fet, w sed to celebrate New Years.
the road remain unoompleted. I you day, prior to 1752, thrtee days later
wat to help to th laudab workthan we do now, o a t of th
ed your oontribution to Mrs. P. D change in the ealedar, which took
Warner or Mr. H. H. M early. et n that year. he Ruardans mll
preserve the olddtyl ealendar, and
Just u all conservatIve persons e- the Hebrews keep a New Tears day
pectd, the prohibition amendment to baed on the Mostla chroaolcgy. The
the Alabama State couatHItton was date therefore, makes ttle dlltenre.
defeated In the election held In that but the day Is of eoaldeabhle Import-
Stae lat Jlt onday. But no oe dream. ne As far back a history rune. It
ed that It would boe o ovrwwhelmatinly ha be the custom to mark the
defeated. The majority agalnat the death of the old year and the birth
prohibition amendment was over twon- of tbe new by appropriate ceremonies.
ty-fve thousand. It simply shows that
the people of Alabama are sek and .100 Rowad, 100.
tlred of fanaticm and of perons
goiag thero from other States and The re thi pper will be
pleased to learn that there ia at teaat
uder the guies o mol one dreaded disease that selece has
der the e o borallo The a ble to cure tn all it wtag, and
pendulum never tn o r but that s rr Hall's Ctarr Care


it vurne.--Jasper zows Is only pos(Utve cure now known
-_ _-- to the medical fraternity. Cetarvb
A Victoria, It. C.. dispateh to to this beig a costltuttonal ditnoe reqatre
elect: "By order of the Japsaee onstitutlttoal treatment. Halfs
government rgeha itris have bee Ctarrb Cure is taken literally. act-
barred from the Stte* enutsata- i ndrely upoan the bood and me-
eMis given recently at Tktoe b hen* eos etrtfcee of the systL. thereby
or f ried Marshal Vincest Keshes destroyig the tenata of tbhe dg
er uet of defrence to that geotlem 's ease, and givia the patient strength
ditlike to the faemae zex. by buildlg up theo aoUnstu and
htaermatlon was brought heet by stu gi nature in dotog s work.
Sbeard the teamship Deoet T prietoirs have so mans taith
veaM, jst ta from Oriental ;*. is eGatnve powes that they oOr
At the eteraament giem by the O HnRuared Di s tor any eOra e
T~oo menlepasty $slha girls wWe that it hI to cus a or Met of
rented m by Is mo etet aimor car ,ti. isls
ryin eas eis to me Aderes r. J. CNW T 6 0,4
days, while a wtne U% at the Ma- Taet tma
pie ClubN wr Tl b es W imd solw b an dn-Ua,. .%
S nimewr heM r a6W er thtAg TO& in* b Ifls FhmW MU 1e oil.
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Po-
S, I q that an *wamre WAS
ttee tajlda produces twenty tytM-
maod 'moaes and an average leon
tree f t hundred lemons.
Pastesls' export bosinees lst
mouth Aeabhed an enormous Aswer
The total valuation of shipments
reached a a ggregatet of $4,173..
riey a s es there w
asteobef 'rems hl to l
ato reeasyto went towards
M tra fo to utomaoblle raes duriag
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I is ald that the books at the
seml hotetles In Miami are muoe
g- "am in previous years. The
se"sad.h as aeo opened t

iXke e~lt'e11obeMandtW
SeeeSoa to the v..la d.M
ad their ,friqsde we gather
iart* the *edue tlal meeatl. tis
ftir.l ae gies ino the splendid


q 0. Mayard o cZia
pvtrp was recently a"intlg i asd
trmk"n him on his ft hand inod
braking the bek bone of tho hand.
He wfet Immediately to Oala far

Frank Banwell, charged with hav-
as atolen a sam of money from Wi-W
Ila seeae of Jacksonville, thogh
"Aflm-am" game, was given a preliMl-
nary hearipg Friday morning before
Justice of the Peace L. D. Howell, of
that city. BamwelU, failing to give any
tethmony itn his own behalf, was oom-
milted to jaill'to wait trial in the
Criminal Court. His bond was fixed
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HAIR ULI4' HARACTER.


enw o1 iow t e to Iate a 1%-&
Manyu people believe that bloude, o
tbt hair etot affetion and dark
hair coatSufy. A pwemn without bairk
to not devoid of character; far from It.
Te disaplqon of the ava bald*
beaded man s to *how e4h sacUltude
tor the welfare of other, that he ner
e6te0 bIUl A eaues baldness.
Prrof. Ibouraud, of. Parlts. ance, In-
nooetlated a rabbit with Dandruff goms,
eausinl It to become t oally bald In avo
weelk time. To rid ,tte scalp of thes,
dangerous erms It It 'eceummey to apply
Newbro's Herpleide.
O'Detroy the cause-you remove the
effieot.
Bold by 1o-dtaf dnrutat0. oIad n0o ln
iaipe o imo. to The Herblosd Co..
.betott Mitph.
I. S. ~Bdlbi C 066. Special Agent&.


You bear oft Utigaton over the valid-
ity of titles-e- which could have been
avoided by ntavesta tIn an abstreat of
the property before It was bought.
It you are oonsmderiga the puwmhae
of real state-cr have a "deal" almost
closed-tnstit o an abstract made by
us of the parel before you buy.
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.We specially announce that we will continue all Sale prices on our entire stock of Ready-to-Wear Goods
J Millinery. Owing to the warm and 'unseasonable weather, we prepared lavishly, and while our trade in
ady-to-wear has been LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE, we purchased double the quantity that we
a did and the weather is not helping one bit, so we rather accept the sale prices and let you have the goods
o when you'can use them best.
All information indicates a cold'and disagreeable January and February, and its well to secure your wants
bile our lines are so strong. WE CONTINUE OUR UNDERPRICED VALUES IN TAILORED
IS, $9.8, $1250 $14.98 and $19.50. You will find they are 25 to 33 per cent less than any other store will
I them, and you'll find the make and styles so much better that you can make your decision quick. All long
b, all our celebrated makes of the newMaryGordon Capes, as well as our entire stock of Beautiful Tailored
6, will continue on sale at SALE PRICES.
Continued Sale of Fine Milnery
Our business in the Millinery Department has been phenomenal, but our purchases were too heavy and now
11 time to sell quick. Do not miss seeing our Millinery bargains now. They will revive your millinery interest.
Remember our first floor is complete in every detail. Thousands of beautiful handkerchies, shopping bags,
6ons, and general useful items. Special values in fine table linen, matchless table cloths and napkins, all very
1 for the Holiday trade
Our wo rful collection of fine silks and fine dress goods is the talk of Gaiville. Be one to be proud
t beautiful silk and dress goods you can purchase at the G. W. Hyde Company store.
Very special sale Men's Underwear and Men's Fine tailored Shirts, Hosiery and Cbm. Beautiful neck-
all on sale this entie week at sal ricee. Make your seleedion1early.
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^ *We.k's Egagemient* Many Couartiftlf ood to Cos injury M tA Wh is 4".** aerdha
afti plylng a ,sccessful week to the oa ea Sta Aan W .t at to ea
tpany closed last nliht with he if you re iet to gontlpatM Nt Fy ae Cent
HW otoa of the four-act Wetera you sed avid strong drugs end# Comiuin. ecrn
*6lodrama, "The Little SBo0tt, Whi ethartcle. They only ive temporary *i sad sure uef rOc o
as presented to a fairly 0oos-led etld their riactiog to hatrafulu o o us
"s audience conserlan that it was a an .sometimes aore anoyag tthan.,Iom as s -mt i e'.. Wo 1,
utday, when mady of 3r merchants constlpation. They in O way aM ASYO: 5 *l'ry Osl to00c" e
mould not leave the pl oe of tu.* aa care and their tendency is to wak l ltowa at ao y w"9 and e d'gto cry
S the already weak organs with which b l more t to ie po It didn't s..e heuar t o,
SYesterday afternoon, at the matl they come in coa~ t have t pay a cent oielson to any. .. tha
see, the Company presented that stir- We bonetly believe that we have e C v. a WNe -. Ikan t.at
Spring rish comedy drama, "Kathleen the pbest e posatt eve I .MT given up all hw ofe e me*1 a>fWMeadl. *Y wyroUeor
lavourue*m. ".to a aimlsied audience, dvie. q ( -o e Il I haippe ned c t1 z srS S 0,hvt ofO r
pincplay law34 s ad children. All that we. o iUtlon
S ho attended were well plOasbd taee t eitd tot *t y.0g gwom,_ n m shm o
4 tisen of Gainesville, he has b faction s aateo oreiaoa-y s"ler 378 t t`%=
P, ng hebre so lodg. By his pleasing pation. T )piration Is a woaII eL o
i Mainolalty h e aoe has made a per- Real Oterlaes. Thee are p pt, M. t. John's success In sOWlian his bs o ,
a *l friends who always herald hIs l atind most erteeive A Ult o ad t1 w s due to reading a bobeSet sod the f d tay& '
S4ptlns with pleasure, and who reret e a oe of r ecent *J9 FIi utby Leonard Jarhhlir, l-d Ae Bend. Ind.
Sset he and his dellet eomtise discovery. 'Teir pra,.pal pl Roihester, N. . Thlso kltr:o l.
Sold their tent and steal away. is I oOr1s, tee t les sad WoR 1V a ew a ao*es*ta
S however, there is a consolation that Ae other l IWy Wermo, te- Yo DON T N
tis friendship A mutual, and be Ire rlll erta ellto e b, o O er Lodge Np Y U MoN 1 .Y
pr omises to "drop by" tor a week@4 o t t"m Tin i t
*Is way out of the state later in the pato ,I rma tabletwhich lob t n otq 0 t o t 'o pbto TO KNEAD
juegMson ,at like candid. They may ab do ceptaa .la lt.st i tot p .Baptist,
at any time, dithe day or alght, wit a s made by th assstace.ts And
THS G W. HYDE COMPANY. out fear t their easing any loa t a of puttig q0 O Fe llo o. t you. would ti e f
e o edt ence whatever. They do aQL gripe getd has met etteaM *drof 0 at y, o ly uak your grocr fur r
This Popular Firm Will Offer Gneat p enor w atse nausea.d They abw Onoe basd ownet Vdro& oMatfro Florida. by the Keystone Bakery,



r thefr announcement of the great bollt' mot heatty per os. h l to sell, for the reason that no bxeft to them It they have worms. KEYSTONE BAKER
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9Retday wele, and In vsting this dep t- T ese la two else packages, th9 gntmisslom whichithe agent aad B re < >p baby is not twrO Phone 16 R. T. Sce
St we were mayed at the maalWbos 1 -aats on tablets ib ests. d upon, the property had. kied with tes, we s tmesalway -
tade of their stock, and the beautiful Rember yeou ca qbtas them only A. ale. o. ;0 ndr tthe eyes s t
Scollections. at our store-The Rexay Store. J. W. rt is said that Mr. Leonard Darby k Ine ton wetstWa1d yellow coplex is t
make your holiday elections at the and union streets. lai reore to assist property ownerI t. wtio pel t ha worm. ItKE YS
iHyde Company's store. They will lapyr sell than aol.ta, ee .real estate as,;-se --oA.ts idreliabl* Price

them aside for you It you wish, as so d IMPORTANt MAT In Aeries comyd. and ayon g S on0 bottle. Sold by W. M.
f they have ample room and are prw wishing to dispose of saythig any-p | iat .sA oTIe) OndL r O, Sy l., Ind,
pared to care for you right Sunday Soheet Workers ef lnesville where at any price, would do well to
It sto a gratifying announcement they Should Take Notice,. write to Leonard Derbyshire. Presi-
make that they will continuoesale out pield Secretary, Mt. Louis ots.- dent. Dept 107, Rochester, N. Y., slyv. -3 II I I a it fm
prices on their irad stock of eleant minger, together with Mr. fat" ag a brlet description of the prop. he I tUrl l ralcs
ready-to-wear goods and millinery. Mr. Crossiad, two expert *u1a ty for sale, ao adldag him to Saend Europeap Plan.*
This department ito always busy, but school workers now employed by the, A t 0tOY f hin booklet epainng Ae
the stock Is too large, and they prefer nday bool Board of the' Suther h iseW 3thod of lr (Feftherty the Aome)
to slaughter them now when the peo. Baptist Convention, will arrive In the Itacktnvile - Florid&06a. J
ple want and need them.c a icty of Gnvil on Monday, h CAFE IN CON NSCTYON. BGA STMY=|
in the morning when yo 0n. day night. They will also hold. erv-. .. uo p l d Mr.
I es Tues4y, te mday night, W t edt- uver o a a 00 Roomm, Refittell and Refurnished. n
SWARN N day snd Wednesday gAht. TlTs work Ra C 7a a an*100 Dper Day. VOTLE & UO
Wis free and all unzda sathool workers Unli'oDep t to JuIIa o
la the ci-'y a" eW to the dntlon ofa
.D ur Reo gnd e iln the city awe eape ly invited. man who Maid ohat the liver ofa
G Oaineille l ople *Mu Reiegnie These men are coming to as fresh man Must present a wonderful eightt
and Heed It from the field at acti and at ret wh that ma is alive and perform RE L EST
Kidney ills come quietly-myst. expense tb our Bunday School Board. his regular duties. The.liver sto the | GAINpsVl.LE, F
riously. ner services are abolately tree, largest organ I the human body. The f-
But nature always warns you. we shall greatly appreciate it It each stomach calls on the liver and so does
Notice the kidney secretons. Sunday school worker In Onesville th blood. If the liver give to the dl-
If there are settling and sediment, will take the advantage of these ex- estive apparatus improper Juices Dwelling,
Passages frequent. scanty, painful, pea t men to Improve their. Sunday then the digestion towrong. ThisIsE PHONE No. 9 W1s wey
It's time then to use Doan's Kidney school work. Very respectfull what make people fat. The liver Ii Fr Sale
To ward oB. Brights se or di not right. popular demand 9 O LTRweO T'
T ward off Brih. dis or di have made the famous Marmola Pro w ^ea 8pecialty of All LIT YOUR PR4 Dean's have done great work I a this Her Heart Was Broken s.riptiona ito Tablets which are eaten Cla8se of Dray Work.
locality. Breaune her complexion was bad after eals 3ust like food and they Am a A& Fru B
Mrs. L. Warren of Star e. lia. and she could fnd nothing to clear dieet that food as It should be digest* AbstraWts Of Titdl
ays: yor sodmetnmelwas victim ef It up. Ladles-a bad complexion is e. They remove fat already acum- .. t.
kiney treomable. The k ey secretions cased by as Iaetve ver. A lated at t he rate of tfrom 12 to 15 To all Lands in Al-d b.i
were tofe nI a ge. ever will be put a peret coidi ounces per day and leave no wrinkles onl 1 nk t,
ftered y oaetatly erom backaches and tios by tai oaad's oeritoe. The or Aabby sia. Carry one In your ,, __ -
duU pains thuts the kidneys. I unequalled livwr regulator. gold by vest pocet or purse when you dio ...
ose. ftel tired il wout nmo no u.t ,. o oo se at what you will. ast. in. V I Fire lF*s
nd Itdir lt toes ad. at SHERIWFS SALE Yo oly sa rvure tees bOp ad th New No. -Written in Reliwhn t
length read about D sans Kidney Pills -- Iong dewa the organs you brig the fat
* and prt^ou ae r box. Se to uog Ulndr sad my virtue a with Mr 0" lllo bth Sires b f othe psn a. Mar- o
Sdthem. I ha s a r from bsack, ilsedout orf the Clrouit ourtof the w ith a table ret moled by ae1ldrueggt. sI .
athes sad the sourness and lameness u! o Ok t IsW sod by alttdriberty
has disappeared. Tonowh e a mete ro ith Jl dclal Circuit. la aod for and In pp ter quantity tha. all the Cl r - -- t -- Clot er. I
the kidier t retions atso ceased and Alsoha county. lorida, ai the e case o t- at readers omi ned.
1 am able to stlep well. DoSS's Kid of ltoresae Oraves and 1. 8. Oraves *, e -.- t merit them o. e.1r
ad I an recommend te m e a w l wubadn vs. Wa. Shao. I es eld ot be growia larger every .
best kidney reutsy law used." ha. levied upn ad will sell at the m alk Ask ay iruggiut or It y M ost t and Cons'
enr t ale by a r deaers. e restaeace of Mom. Florence Oraves. In y r ne t eents to The Marmola -
DI IIo Io North 'almeeetIe. Abohncounty, Core tn mum pa bept t4 wderfut Ksic-.
new York Ore ateuta for te vriwu Wkmuja l. A ibm mJ A& .* 9 l the-huub ols, l h ce ,,


Remember the aaam-Doae's--ad Jamary. A. D. 1*0. be lwe the legal o, Manals Tablets la plait package
take no other. hours of sale. the w e belng leal by mL
e day, the following eserthed per-
". sonal property. towit: One KresBer Mr. 3. V. Walton aad Miss Sophie
Slev ted epo to be sol as the pety s at e oeooe arth e Tgde -i' eN ae
af wi. Shanown to satoy sad pay M0 iB ias~tt. Rev. Howard Dw ITeCalu
UNDERTAKING COO Sa w UHe. e. A.. 11" f "a M. a
At O lao d it e nFlorida tMoths af da rchy p ,V.1tho* way.
Sa of Decuber. A. DM 19. _.. IOUCES
PULL Lw OPF P. Ce.RAMEaS. Per 7 D1 Peeling^ Aftw e Sa uM d Mliom Dollsar
NBW ,0000..! .** h I basve -ed ChamuaberMlan's Stomach
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Located between the University of Florida and Plaza-five minutes' walk from
Court House. The famous and fashionable drive, West Liberty8 street, penetrates
UNIVERSITY PLACE and someoup has wellsaid that this is destined to be
GAINESVILLE'S BEAUTY SPOT
The work of improvement is going forward and will continue until every street is
paved and parked and cement walks laid. The city water mains are in this
attractive Sub-Division and supply abundant fire protection as well as water for
home uses. '


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$10 Cash, $10 Monthly
That's all I Compare our prices and lots with other Gainesville property and no-
tice the bargains we offer-investigate the insurance feature of our contract. The
building fund is something unique, and we claim the honor of introducing this
idea in Florida. Investigate and you will invest in


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ATTfUrh OF. MINERAL IN.T MtST
V**OUAR OVY SUN IRPORTERS.

What Has Happened and What is 0o.
Ing to Happen-Pereonal and
elal Items of the City,

J. G. Beville of Arredondo was trad*
fag in the city yesterday.
Special prices am altered on ofne
cravanette coats during the next. ee.
J. Manasse.
Robert Brown, postmaster at 0orre
Park, was b business visitor t' hist
alty yesterday, .
Carload of mattresses ust arrived.
Prices f ro to $18 each. The B.l
r+, nture re.
'Cha. N a'well-known planter of
their Jones i section, was trading in
S the city YM Y.
Seven thiohnd dollars' worth of up-
t"date furt e for sale on credit.
John FurnlturJ Seagle.
Call onf J. B. Brooks for anything
in frutt daidlee and cigars. 10 ,
Union street. Free delivery.
There sl a difference between the
genuine Crex goods and Imitations.
We have the genuine. The Big urnl-.
S tore Store.
If your purse permits, we offer us-
excelled fare and service for .11.9
per day-$3.00 with private bath--7k
for single meals. We do not publish
: our enu as our guests advertise that.
The Brown House.
Old Santa Claus, that good old sport,
Our love for we'll ne'er lose; f
He'll be Quite prompt this Christmas
Eve-
-He wears Walk-Over Shoes.
B. M. TUNCH.


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WATCHES
LAIhe' 0 sti., 14-karat Elgin or Wal.
thasu niovement ......... $IN 06
14-karat, 25-ycar cae, with a fine
)wel mOoventont ........... lK*1O
12I elm 14-karat tUold with Waltham
uewe vemint .......... t4LI
Pr roe on Hiheor Urade Watches and
atalogue Wil"i t Sent on hi quwt.

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In the otr o o ,ota and m en


frlmeda- and odt fius a
Children's eto i aInd straight
90a, also full U "o of bloy' wag,
Thbe g Prl tore.
P. H. Baker wi Campville arived
In the city yesterday ad will spend
Sunday with e tbelily here.
See the elegant line of ladlee' cost
sultt; all to go t a reduced pries
during the net week. ia. Ma
Mrs u. A. (dbett 'qtle with
BeMarla fever as d gse Hr-


Imoon anice pnaret. aT ie b
oely perfreoI e purity, strength and

'lported 8rb aelwarte-la
abipmet just arrived. tee the dthpea
now Intoar widow. lesto Ille Har .
ware Campany. ,
Se the novelty in art squar"q. ,A
alnster, Wilton, Body BrMss s
Sayrmass, also hall scr,. Thil be
arnlture Store. ..
Co stat Thomas, who is regarded
as one of the nuit suoeesful taroner
of the Archer section, was trading in
the. city yesterday.
Fine tailored oat-suts At a reduc-
tion. Come A4Md take your pick of
the many rare bargain thatwe havet
to offer. J. Manase.
Mrs. I. L. TidI has gone to Waldo
on professional business, having been
called to the bedside of Mrs. W. a.
Bailey, who s4a very UL
John Chesnut returned last night
'rorm a four weeks' visit to points la
louth Carolina. His health was
greatly-Ilmproved by his vacation.
Get next to the Griffon brand cloth-
ng to be had only at L. J. Burkhim's,
who has the sole agency. Better goods
and prettier samples. Get the habit.
A much appreciated Christmas pree-
ent would be a nice pair of bed-foom
slippers. We have them In all styles,
and pIices from 756"to $1.75. B. M.
rench.
We have the largest line of chafing
dishes and percolators ever received.
Come here and take a look before
making your purchases. Gainesville
Hardware Compapy. ,
Johi Purniture Seagle, who con-
luets the "Little Furniture Store"
with the big stock, is now buying his
roods in carlots and retailing them
t wholesale prices.


George Snowden and son. Leslie,
were in the city from Hatchet Creek
yesterday. They brought a load of
fine potatoes and turkeys, which sold
readily at good prices.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W. C. T. U. will be held at 8 o'clock
Monday afternoon, at which time the
report of delegates to the State con-
vnUton will be made. A full attend-
ance desired.
J. P. Jenkins has finished the plumb.
In and heating on the Ocala Govern-
ment building. and has now com-
menced the same work on our Govern-
meat building. His family have been
located here since August and are well
pleaded with Gainesville.
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WHITE APRON

The greaiemt line ever show
the city.

Dslty Aproes for Christ
premeats. See them at

25. 35. 50, 85. 9


oHday Lineasof Everwy |olday Handkerchiel
.Description of All Kinds
Table LIum, ItapM, Twls, rFsLy.UqLas PleMom. re O to 2. eme. Ptla Linen, rancy Lie
Dos't forjt Wlos' Les whis aUsiMg t. hIidtal md Real Lasw amdhmerhiefs that are beast
They are the bes vahmis Ia 1eo efty r pries whMedL. Wadl f lor Cldr ia in Fancy Boxes.
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A big circus came to town last week,
The crowd It did well amuse;
The cannon was shot at them be-
cause
They wore not Walk-Over Shoes.
q B. M. TENCH, Agent.
Miss Alice Strickland o$ Waldo Is
In the city, a guest of Mrs. J. E. Pautch.
Men's fne tailored suits and trous-
era, all this season's latest out, .cm
be had In great variety at Manasse's.
Mrs. 8. J. Burnett and daughter,
Mine Jessie, have returned from a
pleasant visit to friend In Micanopy.
Ladles' shirt-waists and skirts.
Undoubtedly the beat line for the mon-
ey to be found In the c~ty. J. Manas-
see.
Robert Coulter, who conducts the
railroad restaurant at Rochelle, was
transacting business in this city yes-
terday.
. Mrs. R. M. Chamberlin of Tacoma
returned to her home yesterday after
a pleasant visit to Mrs. J. M. Graham
In this dity.
Our business la Increasing rapidly
because we have the goods (of qual-
Ity) and price satiUsfactory. The Big
Furniture Store.
Miss Uvira Carter has returned to
her home at Dade City, after iling
a most suaeessful term with the Wil-
soa Millinery Co.
Col. J. U. Rivers ha returned from
a pleasant visit to the family of W.
M Blitch at Santa F. where he at-
tended an old-fashtned cane-grinding.
For Sale-Several pieces nice furnal
ture. lucidtlag side board, buffet, din-
ers. rockers. etc. Almost new. and
will be eoM at a sacrtlee. H.J. Demp-
sey. N
A beatiful assorted line of side.
boards. bOets, dining tables, diung
chairs library tables, parlor tables,
willow goods. mission chairs., drestng
tables. aies' desks. The Bgi PlFrl-
ture Store.
In making yoer Christmas selections
remember 'tis wise to commence
early Our special inue of ties. gIbves
and hadherctlets purrhase4 for this
trade ae now remdy for your tiapee
tiee. L Brkblm. Get the abMt.
Ouarsateed Shoe 8tor*-We have
just opened oe West tnaoun treet.
seet to eagle's FPrnltre Store, aOt
emtentag Meaday morning wVol ).
asurate as iUtrodteory ose aef ne
week. bs sefut" mSght. N iag
this tim we wi s eel oes har o.
ma" add Ms evey paa" iMV-

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OST-Lady's open4atee gold watch,
with an address on Inside of case.
Finder please return to Sun office
and get reward.

STRAYED. OR STOLEN.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-White bull
pup about half-grown; dark brindle
spot around eye, well trimmed ears.
- Liberal reward for ttr of pup or
for Inf matlon leading to recovery
of same. L W. Jackson, City.

POR SMALL
YOR SALA-Typewriter ribbons, all
ka*. Bua o.0 .
MUE--Oane air choice o ules.
large fr sale. Apply to W. R.
Thomas.


THERE I NO GAME LAW against
anyone buatUng Plank's Chll TeaO.
It's guaranteed to care malaria,
chWills and fever. Price 216 otb per
bottle. Ask W. M. Jobneo. betl
probably know.
PURE 8BED POTATOES-We offer
the abalone Spealdlng Rose No. 4 In
10 peak sacks. $2.0. True Re lBHai
Triumph at P.LB. bed us yea
orders. Amerlean Produce Com-
peay. Jaikoavmlle. la.
"Mh am *ef tsr ramoag wags.


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mobile buslnes.s y 1,ai,,i
pare for position. a- +.mff
repair men. We miakt, .
ten weeks; assist Wta t, !
Ssiltfon. Pay big; work Ihe.i
mand for nip rat r>e
write for particuilar- : :,l
lesson. Empire A:t n."b
tute, Rochester, N Y

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10js W. Main St.. N.

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