Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 8, 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: VID01320
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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Euate and tble c
esiatmons of th.sA.i.4tatesM
I foreign goYi0con-W
pou the normDat B .Of aity
understandlU t very
satisfactory. :
American rightsIn itberies
ortbh Atlantie t der the
articlV of the treaty f 1818
een a cause tf d 1t t*dbe-
the United 80Stt4 : M. t re
Sor early seventy "year. The
V,.e;-ltd are of,. great Impor-
.4 ', A.X:'ltau flhin Ildustry,
~C.' settlement of lie, contro-
rith tic permanent cofrt of ar-
at The Hague] will remove
of eotnstant Irritaton ant 4com-
'Tis is the first ease Ivolving
greet laternathial qasatlons
i m been submitted to the per-
court of arbitration at The
tions for an international
to consider and reach an
ot providing for the preser-
"sd protection of the far seals
D ortb Pacific are Ita progress
t. governments of Otatt Britain,
and Ruissia. The attitude of
-ernments Interesled loads me
f6r a satisfactory iit nent of
0iou as the ultiuiate,outcome
The Near East.
qplck trnmitiou of the govern-
d the Ottomanu mpltr frm one
de tendentole .to a constl-
I governinent ttk a parlia-
|ad with progrealive modern
of reform and public Improve-
lbone of the important phenome-
Soaur thnms. Constltutional gov-
seems also to have made
advance in Persda. These
have turned the eyes of the
upon the near east. In that
the prestige of the United
ham spread widely through the
influence of American schools.
distie and missionaries. There
reason why we should obtain
lf shabre of the commerce of the
1ast hir'e the conditions are
tfaornble now than ever before.
Latin Ameriea.
Of the happiest event lan recent
ean diplomacy was the pa-
bdepenitdent settlement by tbe
ltnts of lolivia ad Peru of a
difference between them,
fr sonie weeks threatened to
I anad even to lttaln Im-
tst affecting other repmblics
7 Concerned.
.Our Citizens Abread.
dmalhistration. trough e de-.
bof state and the toretn werv-
h hnidng all proper support to
And beneficial Americane-
In foreign countras,-twhe do-
r ich support beleog mamaWed
Satioral advantage to e ex-.
e A lctlzePx himself ltg 'ff
or otherwise drlvae himself
nlght, nor can this gorIaumeat
t btolication, at hb. patec-
S hi ional aad prlparty
Vb these are an aitnj ta1
0 a forTign coeatry. To atdv
TI"ations it in POgro thatai
*bfm hbet her Amirimg .
1 CP ecoura'a aW W- It-
a niular coMautry te uMam
h.'1rh1' full wi s et saly
ttkl as oppaohe to the INd
tom a, a e, bt a&M to

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cape of Just obligations or the Insldl-
*us\allegation of dominating ambitions
ou the part of the United States.
My meeting with Presidlent Diaz and
'the greeting exchanged oil both Ailer-
lean and Mlexicau soil served, I hope.
to signalize the close and cordial rela-
tions which ko well bind together this
republic and the great republic tnime-
diately to the south, between which
there is so vast a network of material
I am happy to say that all but one
of the cases which for so long vexed
our relations with Venezuela have
been settled within the past few
mouths and that. under the enlight-
ened regime now directing the govern-
ment of Venezuela, provision has been
made for arbitration of thie remaining
,case before The Hague tribunal.
On July 30. 1l)0, the government of
Panama agreed, after considerable ne-
gotiation, to indemnify the relatives of
the American ollcers and sailors who
were brutally treated, one of them
having. indeed, been killed by the
Panaman police this year.
This government was obliged to In-
tervene diploniatically to bring about
arbitration or settlement of the elaihn
of the Emery company against Nica-
ragua, which it lihd long before been
agreed should lie arbitrated. A settle-
ment of this troublesome case was
reached by the signature of n protocol
on Sept. 18. I9l).
Many years ago diplomatic interven-
tion became necessary to the pr'ote,--
tlon of the Ih lerests In thpe Amerlan
elaim of Alop ; ('o. against theO
government of (hileh. The govern
meat of Chile hlad frequently admitted,
obligation in the ean* and haid proin-
Ised thisgovernment to se tt! it. Ther-n
had been two nbl-tlive IIn'tIet!K to lo
so through arlilral rnmniisiins. whilrli
failed tbrotiigli lick of juriisii tioii.
Now. happily, as the result of thi re-
cent diplonmatlc negotiation'R, the guv-
ernments of the U'nlted Ptptea nnd of
Chile, actuated by the sincere desire
to free from any strain those cordial
and friendly relations upon which both
set such store, have agresdi by a proto
(4ol to submit the ( collnroversy to dlfit
hive settlement by his Britamnic majes-
ty Edward VII.
The Nicaraguan Trouble.
Since the 1Washlillgtotl (ac itentloniii of
li>7s were coulntaui'dtli to the go)-
erninent ef tile United Siatll Is a Its ol
sultling and advising parly this gov-
ernment has Imetn nlinAil .eir nli
culled uponiti by otl ir Iilimther lud III
turn by all of the five ('entril Amiu'r
lean republlcs to exert Itseff for ihe-
maintenance of the conventions. Near
ly every complaint has bete against
the Zelaya governienet of Nicasragua.
which has kept Central Amenrica in
constant tension or turmoil. The re
sponses made to the repreientatliou of
Central American republics as due
from the United States on account of
Its relation to the W11'ashlnton convene
Uons have been at all times coonsrva-
tUre and bave avoided, so far as pssail-
ble. any semblance of Interference. al-
though it Is very apparent that the
conskleratlous of geographic proximity
to the canal son anod of the very suLb-
stantitl American interests In Central
ra i give to the United States a
specalW position In tbe Xone of these
rpubllcandd tbr Caribbean sea.
I Deed not rebearse here tbe patient
efforts of this government to promDote
p"c and welfare among tbwse re.
pubUlc efforts which are fully aple-
dated by the majority of them wbho
r loya l to their true lterests. II
womld be no lesI noeearfl to re
barsW here the sad tale of uspedk
able barbarities and opretoo alleged
to have been commitd by the 7,eiaya
goerfment. RecentUy two Amefrail
were pet to death by order of ir
bet Zelaya bi L They were uS
am In te oranised forcete of a rev
eltioo wbicb bad cortled nonj
weks and was In cteal ahet
half of the repabic, sad ** -
<,d to tMo e
afas of d.4 w
At the date we sdrl mI Is

unae dltem re t wth gbn.
SM lr l pee1 n5 fag r sa fm m ade
his a esmu ies to the aer

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tarif wet atLeg 14es
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duct an diplolmathk bulsinlems i the
nelotiatlohns neceioiry to liter him lu
a piwillion to advise me uis ito wetLx'r
or not a irt ilcuhlr country unduly dhi.
criatialittes tgai iist thle nltledi Satem
Ill the sense f h lie statue re>terretd to.
Government Expenditures and Rev-
l'erhmlia tlie tusnt inmportaut quen.
lion presented ) t to this administration
to that if eco.aotiy In expenditures and
suticielncy of revenue.
The report of iue secretary bshow
that the torlintry exi wndltures for the
current itfNial year ending June WO
191t. will eII ,ceed Ihie otlmalited r'm,
celpts by $:4ll.7oT..7.' If tto this deficit
alre lidti1l the 1 iiV toil Ii is )lurnlld for
the Inatalivt o-lltlcal. alUo1tllntlil to W-
(O.tMXt. ni tid $l.tMi.IitH) 1 t be pai M on
the imblic debt. thel deth-t of ordinary
re.elipts aHInd .exipiilturom will bte ln*
Cretlied l a t14 lo.il doih'it of ST3.0710rmO.
This detkit the -iemretary protlxem to,
m)lee-t lby tl. e pro i ''eed's af tiouds bsued
to 1a:1y t lie lcost of icoistru-tlugi the
1nituiii talntll I anppleve this pro-
posal. i

e;'enir:; .Amokriv and to fci oi-zataiu. It
mnay later ile necessary for e,:o to bring
I i,4 lu1i'*je, t to the attelt.ion of the
'conairess In a special niy:u.i'.
\ In the Far Last.
in the fiar east this gtovranuntit pre
serves uio'-langed its ipolk' ut siuppbrt-
intI thle I)ri( ciple of equav yof oilppor.
tui lty: an.I (crtpulous ree&' t for ttie
inte'rity of the Chinese empire. to
which jillty are pledged 'the Interest.
ed powers of botb east and west. .
tBy the treaty of I1U6 China has un-
dertakein the abolition of likin with a
moderate and proportionAte raising of
the customs tariff along witli currency
reform. These reforms being a mani-
fet advantage to foreign comnnerce as
well as to the Interests of ('hiia, thil
government 1i endeavorlin to facili-
tate these measures and t'mi needful
acquiescence of the treaty powers.
When It appeared that Chinese likin
revenues m ere to be hypothe-ated to
foreign hankaero In connection with a
preat railway project It was obvious
that the governments wbose nationals
held this loan would have a certain
direct Interest In the question of.the
carrying out by China of the reforms
In question. The adminiatration deem-
ed American participation to be of
great national interest. Happily. when
It was as a matter of bUrontd Imly ur-
gent that this lopportuidity should not
lee lost. the lidlilii-tnsable inlstiumential-
Ity prnsentedl itself when a group of
.unerlean bankers of liternatlonnal
reputation and great re'sorrei agreed
at once to hanre lin the loan upon pre-
cisely ach erinialllt thls government
shotldd alpplhrve. The chief of those
ternio was ihlat .Ait-rhiinn railwiiy uma-
te-ri lint 8shelhi IK. ii|HI|s l $ii exc t .iieiality
Iti lti t cit or be Il o her iailltl-nnal J>la-
I1I ;, i III i. l t it n Ii lie phal Ig ort or-
ders fir :hli.4 %hole railriod system.
Afiu-r ollol1111 of o ei'ur'tat i.'1 iill tillhg ecU l
la-'iii,-i tii l f oft Ai ierb alinIa slec at
last n--td
11i e I t' e I0' ('linis .-.nAlpalla ee' c-an
e'it *i.ias oe S'|e:I, I of thil s ye.lr hl'cre-
i, a N ;i |ii\ islei h whli h ltl ilsel coai ss Jd
-rali. plulill n llprehrii, lon IIn that
111- its fi ** It wils IiI I. tl IIt 0O,aI
,1 t-il tl e lfit see! tio I. r '. Ici h laeolai
,. i.\ 'f I gll; |roil ; 'e1ia 01 )ilol Ig tIh,
S i:th .Mc.il. hurlhan and Anit lisg-iiM ili
ie-lni railronld-4 i id Itliac to eI' h1id
.'\ler-liiii fromt n wide fihel of enter
pri-w. to tnke .part li which they wen-
Iy ir-al)t lith ('lC laia iatillled. Aftci
: I tli.r~tlti *xiIIIliaiitle t'f Ile Cte4t 1t il
,i, is alid tof llia' e-irvil e unt4co isil
tiuntient s tlie- s.i-rtlary o(f state rernrb
,-d the co("' io0t 1l| a i 1l:Ht I, 1111 4ith Inllial I,
.,ly awia Inldl-eld 4,r ic.--onlipellhe(l.
T'hlis govfernlini t Iisale i iiulry of tIhe
inljprial CIhiaeseHa MII J a(paese eIvr-
i'inents anud recei-ri e froPm e*a-ch oBMI
IhlIl a iturllne-' tlhat the- l'rovislotn had
no purlnoe lswon.te'lltt with the Iwall-
cy of .N the pglinatories. Ill 0ii, a;on with the-
CUnlteld Stat. nre ploi4:*l.
Our trasilltmonl re.-' I i witb the
Japanese enmplre collihucwe cordial. as
usual The. nrranuwit 111 of itwo for
a co-operatlve ewnitril ,of the coming
of laborers to the Unit-td states bas
proved to work .ctllisf-torlly. TIb.
matter of a rerisiut, of the ex1te1ln
treaty between the I't.-d States anM,
Japan wbk-b i s ermotlrae to 1912 to
already recelving the study of both
The D geretment of Osat*.
I earnestly retn, 1 iw.,al to Ibr fatour
able atmto of tb rw ciuw arm tie eeltI
mates submitird Iby th ..vpwranweit f
state aMd most egarciijy r him legIta
tion suggested n 1ii- secretary of
state's letter of this da*le whereby It
will be posile to, dri -l*,p and make
peranDea tl he re.,reilSatiNI of tlh
departateot upins watl,.,' Ilsae is a
oMimer to muake it itwt'aS hIly of-
otheSt lantralmwu't 1s II.- f bthea..rte
of w fo trlp trade .,ol f Amert-al
Iterests absred
Utader a provllo of at*e act of As.
i, 1909. I he e app,,ti'il thee el-tiel
to adets the ono'rs cf t" pe oernmeat
lo rolllag h/tfcrnmuaW,' 5feeary I*
a wise admlnissrt.,a ,,t Ithe ta lt' act
6f AW. g LW Ah t EOaa< *
reo idmluttt trrt, tlhey are e
opstsl *wkb the *eawast at the
ttydepart met a*l as i mattews
f the M sad the exia e ottw
matl lai aad epairelS witr th
35 rehelea ho the ji e.' u s 6

The Panama Canal.
The lo)lli'y of paylin for the con-
strue11- ,. of the l'saiman caunul not
out of current revenue, but by bond
Issue. wan uidlpted In the tSpooniter at
of I lI}. 11 til there seems to bI note good
reason for departing from the rirucl.
pie by whi-ia n iairt at least of the'
burden of the cost of the canal lhalli
fall upon our posterIty. who are toe
enjoy it, and there In all the more rs-
smn for this view because tMe actual
cowt to date of the canal. whi.h Is now
nltf done and w which will be completed
Jan. 1. 19i.'. sliows that the ce t of
engineering anld ciouwtructiou will be
S.2ti7.TtlI.(Kk) Insitad of $1i9.70f5200. as
origilnull) e"linaitcd. III addition to
engineering nnd mlust ru-tion, the othi
er expensive. lua Inding sanltatlon and
gEovernment andi the amount pAid for
the lpropertles. the franebbhe annd the
privilege of lailliltig the canal, ln-
re-ase the Cost hly '$75.435.00 to a
total of t75,2I1Ahnll). The Incresne In
tho (uount of athtlune'ring and conistru-.
Ilon ti du Io a iisulstantlal eularge-
mlent of the pIlan of construction .lo
wiAhn-ltn tthe cannl IKM) feet In the C-
harn out aul ni by inerca'slng ltht dl
ueniont stnisalie of t1e untlslntlty of the work
o lie d one under the oarlglnnl plau and
oi an iniiernltilate of tle e0t of Is-
tier anm inntiertals, Ntbh of which ha'e
greatly enhanced In price sine the
orliglnal etlinate was nmde.
Government eenemy.
In order to avtod a deficit fw the
eulnsIg fieral year I directed the
heads of department In the prefarl-
tlon of their estlmatee to samke them
as low as possible consistent with It-
perative governlmetal neiesaity. The
reeslt has bees, as I am adrvi d by
the aereotary f the treasury, that the
estllmates of the expaains of the go .
e'ammeat for the ar-al year eadung
Jjew 19tl-that t., for the sat
sacal year-are tI by 9a W Ma
than the total of apprWpristotas f&r
the crmat flaral year and leas by
00AOuM0 than the seilmatee for that
year. So far as the seretary oft he
tresary Mto abe to ferm a Idgmest asa
to ftaw leacoae. there *% he u
demOi tho (e years eadig Jame 33 J1M.
bat a small surpi e of $71120B.
In the preiast satlaf th meds
of the depaenmets sad e the v.-
erame mt have bee cut to the quirk.
yor the perpme esWtag latneres.
Mtk whibh amay peaht tbe essctve
and The togislatlve broahes to salle
hi a pina feO the peramet uredtma
oe the cost et oversttal madimltel
tratloe the treasury depa orest hai
laitutad as avestligatleMe by ae ef
The most sktlled e*art teesatasa toh
thbe tsted State. The s ujet af the
lave titkem to (e detao e maMhe to I*
rrea the eav ge erlesey ef al b
emipqos There is Neel roomOW aInto
pIMremeat toward thi w4 em y
by the rwora NiamtiaU se bI w sad
dapmesat sad Ia the aweldase ef
deoplen. sosamu e at the unM ssm d
of the ladilkil emplteyes.
under the ipeess"ate i~"at a nl-
ly happeasm tha twe eis en aid e
the eats asoary whe the oro 6 em e
is far msonse s sand mpeisM s ad
meshin theea -a e tha ethr. b'
A perSlmd hei rofewary to aed a a
p abd ls biNOdme~, O ri.

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lived their energy and' tuflieo I
to IndloNumable to Auy proper yiYMMtI'.
of w onomy tihat pvlaslon b made Il
that their sepmration from th etv -
shall be easy and Ilnvitable. It Iso 1a
ponuible'to make soch provision Unle
there is adopted a plon of elvilU pe

sloxs. We cannot, In view of tUe ad-
Yahitug priceW of living. bope to save
money by a reduction In the standard
of nlarime pktld. Inded. If any cheaMs
Is made In that regard ab tao N'eu
rather than a deereae will be oses-
sary. and the only means of eso
will be In reducing the number of
employees and it obtaining a irMW
average of effeltency from thoseM
talked In the srtice.
Pfuds In the Collostlon of ustom.
I rowrt to refer to the fact of the
di"Movery of extenlve tfrad to the ,
collection of the custom revenue at
New Tork city. in wblb a number of
the Nubordlnate omploye ls th
weigaling and other departments woo
directly contcrned and to which the
bneflcPtripe we the Aenwrtrin loa
Refling company and otberm. The .
frauds consisted In the payment of d4A
ty on underweights of sugar. The seP*
ernment lifti recovered front the Amer
leanu aturr Itefinin comanulmy all tit
It iN shown to have bern defrauded of.
The sum was roee'lved In full of the
amount due whiih litnlht have bmem
recovred by rvll action against the
bneficilary of the froud. but there ww
an excess reservallon In the ennttet ,
of settlement by which the attUlemst
should ot Interfere with or preveot
the criminal pwseratiln of every Me
who was found to be subject to the
Criminni proMenutions are now pro'
erdling arslnut a number of the gae-
ornment of ieer. Tbh treasury d&-
l nartment and the dea|rto ent of J e
tliv are easvrlui every Wfort to die.
ovr all the wrongdoers Includeing te
oftflere and employees of Itb coops.
ales who may habve w privy to the
fraud. It would seem to me that ls
nvestigatlon of 0 fh fraud by o"e
grass ao present, pending the promb
toy the Itrmaury department and the
department of justkv. as proposed.
might by giving immunity and other,
wise pIr've an embarrmsuM nt In W
urging eati l on utof the fillty partles.
Maximum and Minimum Clause In
Tariff Aso.
Two festur' of the new flartf
call fur special referwne. In order
that tie maximum duty shall be char'
ad against the imports fronu a eountlry
It is oneusary that th executive sM
And on the part of tdoit country sM
osly disriminatioks In Iti laws r the
prlrice under them agalst the trade
of the 'nled Staot, but that th d4eB
rta minatiu fusead ball be amid-
tMet is. without good sod fair reamm.
No oeoo Is sekig a tarto war or a so*
ditlos in whwbkt heto ptrt of retaleltl
shrll be arosed.
T9:0 SsW dMIetamet.
The. ew tartff law able me to ap*
potut a tariff hard to se"ot m is ea
asettia withMthedepartmtlofstaMeIs
the admlatrntiaes of the *mlel.*"
Mas.g blause e4 the sWt sad aW" to
a im er, of thi gpvrumal le the
admitlstaten of the alv law. I e.'
*ie tnat the wor Oft hi hbearde w
Lie eO prie tiuty sad iaMpUrta
wheT W cp W> bil wd ade i k t
aMls to reaJMast the tMlI SMs lt
If Ithe ata M yIW the tarfW MMbe
ase of chrb a earacter M to Wsotw
Wally that the s ftin *f *tin tpMMA
by th prm taWil tolw ean ese d'e
made the primteIptha ft prtdig MI
Iirfaiti etd the platform the m-
Malt atW y at the tole oletea E
shMl ast adktate. la tvite th alt-*I
t f *m ps.r to thirst sad to the
MMslty fUr artin praMldcted there
sa. NeMag. howevt, halls hsm
d itiie*r- wifh tW he M> eu Md W

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op Annual Meeting of Department
eloride Will Convene Here-Big
crowd is Expeted.

The annual meeting of Lew W.-
tape Post No. su, OGrand Api a the

L. Otoa, poust .04101der; A.

PIE lii e-ol JM junior vioetW.
R 1sn hinIe chaplain; P.
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p of1, the uard;- 0. D I
qumatemasutor; P. 0; aaU,

e Ws eleolted as a dedd
R J$^ e waoiln i'eest of tbeh14

51JOg Olneovile durin tgeret reeb.
^ hmeeUtnt was woel attended, a
t Jmper of wa visfin me ore of the
Oraad Army belto pre*ett and a
ie eal tof esthaoam was manl-
Aunon theWviitore was James

]aerof Arich'e, the est Depare at
S DeparutmentUf Florida, which

E meet A thi ity ebruary,
l formation of thwie n meanth of Mgreat
S 1 ome in Ardale, as there anre at
prM t twenty-two posts, with the
hmbet of a ha, ando w more by the
time the Department convenes.


e : be- ewn andrt beloved Lady of

l the maSunday of the death of Mrs.will
Pl' Huhes which ead event occurred at
her home In Archer Sunday afternoon,
fromed this Me city with reret by her
numerous friends and acquaintances
|h here.
Deceased has revived at Archer for
di are umber of yea, and was loved by
l ofall who knew her for her enerou at the,
fctionate dispose exteon. She was a
bes a member of GMet adi llt Church, nd
StoI the Sunday school, where she will
be greatly miles of thed. o
o Th funeral was held Monday after
noon, the services being conducted
V, from the Methodist church at Archer.
Those present tato that it wail one
of the most largely attended funerals
STever held ll n Archer and vicinity.
D have ued survived by three omachl
Sandren Lee and Mblets Gra some Hughe, of
S Arher, and Mrs. Hester of Tane mepa.
more o df whom were present at the
funeral, and to whom trohbe sympathy of
many friend extended. M. Hughesb-
S being a member of Gainesville lod
of lks, a delegation comprising Dr.

M- n ld and W. U. Powell, went& a

; Per That Dull Peelinf After Eating.

Funeral of Mdre. Avera..

The tfueral services over the re-
maina of Mra Alex Avers, the sad
death of whom occurred Sunday noon.
were hold from the residence at 10
o'clock Tuesday moraig. Reve. .B. B.
r" Rogers and F. R. BridgsN ololatain.
The services at the home were
largely attended, and many followed
the remains to their last resting-pla
It Evergrea cemetery. The Seral
S ierting were many and beautifuL
To the bereaved relatives. T e Ue
and other friends extend slerem
sympathdi_. ._ .

PAsD OINT T garaateed to
c re any cam*fe ItOn Dl Dund. Bleed.
am ,or Protratag Pl t to 14 days
or vmomey oenks. is -

A Message M h lv411 aisuty
Speelalst 0 Wk e higl
In er* adiesy.

Thusa s wi of wm vainly attempt
4 laprove thalt. complexion aDd
to ftl V* bw i e, Is, crow tbet and
other befs.mw t r aoo th er
" a.c .Td treaj t tran b
es u e trouble He iar deepr than
tnkehik. m u ar AflltWM from ,o-

oondia to uWt.ae da to's

now. mwdd io. yeV

In of matoous anae that -s eo
mally ealted -iors.
ID act s he wh e tenaey ois preop
*try hpeshak 1 atarh. thnir s
catart, sad the ah e eluar

fooe ae romr an rshloeMIt eutld
eIrye M r -4as osa with perf*e
heath, and p rut oroet ath am
em oely to e ated threo ah c n ow,
f-s triatment-4Sat which eU cUr

Mie. Iwift, New YTok, the teofes
bearoty spotiolt known threousoot
the world and an acceptead autbrtt
ah all rqlalfg thereto. sense that the
one peWtilve sad pemanemt rellel for
uta rrh ios ReaL M eTone. Herew
t bher letter:
I ooa stros ly endonrse the elatis

for saltemio tsurb. Its tono ef-
feots are remarkable. It build ep
the strength and retires vitality. If
women who are tired ans rt n down
lacking in energy and vitality, will
use Rexaill MnTone, they will praise
oa I do its strengthenn and beald i

Rexall Maeca-Tone works throh w
the blood, acting thas upon the muu
cotns ellst-the congestion and *it
fiammatlon of which causes local Ca.
tarrh. This remedy causes poison to
be expelled from the sytem, and the

cells are restored, and the membranes
are cleansed and made strong. We
know that Rezall Munc-Tone does
relieve catarrh. We positively guaran-
tee to refund the noney paid n, for
this remedy la every case where the
user Is dissatisfied. It is a builder of
vigorous health and a creator of good
complexions. Price 50 cents and $1.00T
per bottle. Mall orders filled. It may
be obtained only at our storb-The
Rexall Store. J. W. McCollum & Co.,
corner East Main and Union street.


Delivered Memorial Addrueeq Before
Orlande Ellu Sunday Afterneoon.
Heon. Christopher Matheson hbu re-
turned from Orlando, where, on Bun-
day afternoon, he delivered the me-
morial address before Orlando Lodge
No. 1079, Benevolent and Protective
Order of ttl .th tti
C aoL a oon e so taten tat t tho meet
In was largely attended, the com.
modlous lodge room being bell Alled
with the select element of the Sooth
Florida city. The program from both
a literary and muaital nature wars
bae. Inoludin in the musical feature
a chorus of forty voles.
Col. Matheeoo was well pleased at
the hospitality extended him at the
hands of the order and the good peo
ple generally while he was their guest.

Mr. Smith Gene.
J. F. Smith, who has for many
yeas been engaged in the photograph
business In this city, but who recent-
ly disposed of his interests here to
W. M. Vaasickle. returned to his form-
er home In Jackmouville Monday.
where he will again take up his reld-
deace. Before leaving Mr. Smith call.
ed at The Ban oftoe and had bhi name
enrolled on the subscription Nit. as
he said he wanted to keep posted on
Galaeaville and its happealngs.

For Eoema. Teler ~ ad Sat Rheum.
The laterse Hibla ekaractertstte
of thee1 ailmets is altest Instantly
allayed by Chamberiala's AlWv. Many
severe cases have bees cered by It.
For sale by all dlegsta.

COurrdy Mreat) ;

dAc grladn ely little is know O u
Mb pfS rand atbr by the
ita i raL For ths reos
bair tho tit proper this, the
Hth e *piversarry of the birth of
rr T~i"e, to e a ibM Wf do
equnt' n life and wor s.'

. Ay. After w tf
tl tor entered the Valv W.tity
Sbt left there besoe .W*
to bsnrai Up then ttWOW
,towardsa law, bat M0a'

N, art baok of poeas ~eaOred
1NM, "r a he been left to
omlam o e ts work, be wOes -ave
tiadoter prtved a high haia tor
himsef .
i wae hobweer, the Olth wa
wase l busting upon m e dewtry.,
sa-, true t*.cli native a.h
tre e Cof ederte aty. It
bMttMw.i.o that be weroe A Wa
bet ef st*WNW poems u cepamMe.
haITeabi iss feUowaurtrIams to
htlb J s cotatt of rlfl health
Tiro was for to lMV
t rahe ot tb army d ter upon
benoe a iwar .oorrepdSaOl
I. I he became editor Q Tha
outa Carolania, but a short tmet
Itlhm fr, mffertul trom t po A rty an
teving over the lose of Mb elrA"
belovd sa, he bmimtsf slower the
final summos and W~ asle to rey
In Trinity church yard in Coluab .
SThus Heary Tmrod died at the
early age of thirty-eight. H be at-
tadot to a ripe old ag and had a-
euastanoe been more ivorable,
UMabe s no telling to what xtent his
poetic plants would bave xpussed
itsIf. As it Is, however, he has left
oomparaively little work behind him,
and thi, as Trent says, maned by
th effects which constant slokness
and poverty and the stress of war
necessarily had upon his genIus; but
he has left a few singularly beautiful
porms, and one at leat, the odp writ-
tan for the occasion of tha decoation
of the Confederate gravee In Magnola I
cemetery, that approsxmates perfec-
tion. Among his other poems, mostly
pertaning to the great Civil War, are
"Carolina," "The Cotton Boll," "A
Common 'tqga"t "The Lily Conf-
dante," "Ethnogenesis," "Charleston,"
"The Two Armies," "The Unknowh
Dead," and others.

Gems From Timrod.
"As it purples In the zenlth',
And It brightens on the lawn,
There's a hush of death about me,
And a whisper, He Is gone."

"Love's the lover's only magic,
Truth the very subtlest art;
Love that feigns, and ips that flatter,
Win no modest heart."
* *0
"Like the dewdrop In my bosom,
Be the guMeless language, youth;
Falehood buyeth falsehood only,
Truth must purchase truth."

"We know not; In the temple of the
God has Inseribed her doom;
And, all untroubled In her faith, she
The triumph op the tomb."
* *
"Sleep sweetly in your humble graves,.
Sleep, martyrs of a fallen cause:
Though yet no aurble column craves
The pilgrim here to pause.
"In seeds of laurel in the earth
The blossom of your fame is blown,
And somewhere. waiting for its birth,
The shaft las in the stone!
"Meanwhile, behalf the tardy years
Which keep la trust your storied
lk'hold! your sattors bring thel, tears
And these memoeral blooms.
"Small tribute! but your shades will
More proudly On these wreaths to-
Than when some caiaon moulded pile
Shall overtook this bay.
"Stoopv anelb, hither from the skies!
There is no bes' spot of ground
Than where defeat valor lies.
By mwranft beauty crowned"'

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overworkr, need a
heplessness w
aod ake Wine of
.Ai the ailments and
I f women have
Of the great
't experiment

Tke Florid Live Stock and Agricultui

State Fair Association

One Hundred and Ten or More Days of High-Class Raci
Commencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Six
more race eagh day. The best horses in the United Sta
will race daily. The most noted jockeys of both Contine
will ride.

Over w$30,000 6iven Away in Stakes and Purn

We ask that you attend and judge for yourself as to
morality of racing, and also to see that the best people
the country patronize the sport and that racing brings th
sands of people and millions of dollars to the State.


T. V. Cashen, Pres.; H.
F. J. Pons, 8ec.-Treme.;

D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. 31
Joaeph H. Patterson, F. P. L



We have Just closed a cash contract with three Distilleries to jur
all tl* Corn, Rye and Bourbon WhI kles they will make during tlh
twelve months. This will give us an enormous quantity of uhi-kO
are s0olo to sell every gallon-and we Intend giving the benefit ,if u'r
chase and contract to YOU.
Pure Distlled White and Yellow Corn Whiskey-Express prepa'






l1IaL. 20aL 310al. 40al.--4Qta. SQt 1''
lity A ......$ 1.90 $3.15 $5.00 $8.50 $2.10 $4.00 "
ity B ...... 2.10 4.00 .00 7.60 2.40 4:.", '
llty C ...... 1.45 40 6.75 5.7 6 2.70 5.
Pure Rye or ewTrben Wbhaleyi-Expres Prepaid.
1GOa. tOGel 30a 404 L-4Qta. sQts 1- "
lity A ...... $215 $3.40 .$5.00 .15 $2.20 $4:
lity B .......40 4.265 .00 L.0 2 .60 4 7
lity C ...... 2.95 5.00 7.00 9.0 3.00 T,
White or Yellow Corn Quarts '-4xprss Prepad.
Sotsta. 10 5ots. 15ots :
lity A ................. $US $40 $6.75 5I'2
dlty B ................. .4 5. 6J 7.75 1
Bottled in Bond Whiskies and Hi. h"rWde leMde--xpress Prepo
igal,bot 4fvlU ll il l 2albot. 4 fu
Qtw. QiW.,
ny Brook ... $46.0 $S.0 $12.0 Overt ........-$454' I
Oscar Pepper 4.0 6M 12.00 T. B. Rpey...... * "'
wood ....... 4.00 .0 12.0 Woodtrd Club .. 4
Idal ......... S 4.06 11. Old MeBrayer. I
rts' 6 ....... 4.00 5.64 1. Marry Hill ..
V. Harper .... 4.00 60 SiMher Ry ...... 3 "
I Cred Casaet UO 4.06 10.0 edho Apra ... 4
er Ten ...... 4.00 L00 I012. gMe Valle *...
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Sof Young tIoAwke* Mr.
Who We*g* eeately
lp the Rescue WW ViB.

natchingS aB i aeems
fashionable 9iW*a ve
5 but if itrof
timess 14r
iUI no doubt toy
latest depIrednS in the
,of L., Bul M Bat Main
N., and that '1 4d bat 2
Tuesday mtorI Uft Vbe the
burglar, atti ~ aie
to the houm,1 flghtened
without accompUBUO his pur-
so far as calf4Nted:
t two o'clock T0 morning
Anderson. who 1M,0s at the
of Mr. Dedg,. .41W to the
home, wUA d by hear-
woman's se 1k ine-
arose to the 6- y of the
Having Ibea Infrmed by
ida Burkhim thagt Uere was a
in the house, he loded his
.ud went to t cle." Mr.
nr reached his wladow JUist in
Ip to see the int "r d rop from
ot the side windows of the.Burk-
bomne. it was quite dark and
n were somk trees between the
houses and this prevented Mr.
nrson from getting good aim at
| burglar. He fired several times
the fleeing form In the darkness,
it is not known whether his aim
Mgood or not.
HUi is the third depredation within
npst few days, and it Is hoped that
Sguilty party, who is ao doubt one
i the same, will be apprehended
hlo the next few attempts.

A Hearty Appetite
h what most babies have, but Is of
ienefit to them if they have worms.
l tore your baby la not troubled
tk them. Sure symptoms-always
fry, rings under the eyes, not
thing in weight and yellow complex-
L A few doses of White's Cream
aifuge will expel all Worms. It
s positive cure '.nd reliable. Price
cents per bottle. *Sold by W. M.


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Gainesville People Should Learn to
Detect the Approach of Kidney
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave no
ground for doubt. Sick kidneys ex-
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine,
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended by a sensation of scalding.
The back aches constantly, headaches
and dizzy spells may occur and the vic-
tit is often weighed down by a feel-
ing of languor and fatigue. Neglect
these warnings and there is danger of
dropsy, Bright's Disease, or diabetes.
Any one of these symptoms is warn-
ing enough to begin treating the kid-
neks at once. Delay often proves
fatal. *
You can use do better remedy than
Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Gaines-
ville proof:
Mrs. James Doig, 002 Alachua ave-
nue, Gainesville, Fla., says: "It is
now some time since I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and I am glad to say that
I have had no need of a kidney
remedy. Several years ago Doan's
Kidney Pills drove away a severe at-
tack of kidney trouble and time has
proven the cure to be a permanent
one. I take pleasure in recommending
Doan's Kidney Pills to other kidney
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.


Thsee Sessions of Institute Will Be
Held at Baptist Church Today.
The Sunday school institute at the
Baptist church had a session last
night and will have three sessions to-
At 9 a. mi. Mrs. Brown of Tampa
will meet the teachers and mothers
of children under 12 years of age.
This meeting was postponed yesterday
on account of the rain.
All of the elementary workers In
all the Sunday schools of the city are
asked to come and meet Mrs. Brown.
Very teacher of boys and girls of
12 years of age and under will be i'tsp-
dcially Interested. All inothers of (hll-
dren of these ages are cordially invited
also. Mrs. Brown will discuss thel
work of the cradle roll, beginntirs',
primary and junior departments. Mrs.

Brown is superintendent of the pri-
mary department of the First Iaptist
Sunday school of Tampa and is destin-
ed to be one of the foremost workers
with children in the State. It Is a
great opportunity for the ladles of
t(ialnesville to hear this teach r.
At 10 o'clock this morning Messrs
Flake and Crosslanid will speak on
some subject of int.cr.st to all Sunday
school officers and teachers.
At 3 Messrs. Flake and Cr.sland
will again address thn. interested Sun
day school workers.
At 7:30 tonight the institute will
close with addresses from Messrs.
Flake and Crossland on some line
of general Sunday school interest.
All the workers of all denominations
are cordially invited to attend these
This institute is one of a seriess held
all over the State by Rev. iLounls Knts
singer of the Ilaptist State Mission
Board. He has secured for these In
statutes Mrs. [rown of Tampa. Mr.
C. E. Crossland of Nashville. Tenn.
and Mr. Arthur Flake of Ilaldwyn.
Miss. The last two named are field
secretaries of the Southern Haptist
Sunday School lkHoard of Nashvllle.
They are both laymen who are giving
their attention to I.tter Sunday school
work. Their work ti of a definite
It is expected that a large number
will attend the three services today.

The Ministerial Association.
The Gailueivlle Minolterial Assocla-
ion met on Mooday aft,-rnsm. but
owing to the abence of r smO' ui M
bears of the a isolation. the m.eting
was potponMed until oeat Mon4day
afternoon at 2 30 o'clock. when It Is
hoped that a full Bmeb.-rship will be
The Correct Time
To stop a cgh or cold Is )slt ma
mm It strt-4be there will be
me dr er of po nmo is or coasemp.
Un. Jug a few do4 of O4fa1adars
J4oreoSd Srlp takfl a theb. rt
win $up tbe O It ha111"Mbo
roolm"a- o for 90o the trehte
M wti be I W rW. bwt th. c i
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II. S. Thomas has returned from
Rochelle, where he has been on a visit
to relatives for the past day or two.
Miss Leah Shawls of Alachua. after
a pleasant vlsi'. to friends in North
Gainesville, has returned to her
Friends of Captain J. C. McGrew,
who has been suffering for some time
with rheumatism, are glad ti set him
',ut again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and son,
Chas., Jr., have returned to their
home at Waldo, after a pleasant visit
to relatives here.
Hon. R. B. Weeks of 1Hawthorn,
chairman of the School hoard, was In
ihe city yesterday, having come to at-
tend the regular monthly meeting of
the board.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Melton. Mrs. J.
[I. Simonton and Mrs. 0. L. Feaster
formed a jolly paFiy of Micanop)
folk who favored Galnesville with a
visit Monday. They registered at the
Brown HIlouse.
Among the prominent visitors to
the city yesterday was lion. John P.
Jackson of Bronson, who came up on
business. Col. Jackson says lBronson
and vicinity Is In good condition, and
everybody is happy and prosperous.
Many persons find themselves af-
fected with a persistent cough after
an attack of Influensa. As this cough
can be promptly cured by the use of
Chamberlain's Cough ltentedy, it
should not be allowed to run on until
it becomes troublesome. Sold by all
lAwrence Haynes, Jr., of J.icknon.
vllle, has returned to his note.', after
a business trip to Ith, city. Mr.
Haynes is representing the Sun In-
surance Agency. and ctuime down to
adjust the loss on the recent fire In

For deep-seated
A le SllteS t a UiI L.
A L*S)e k. t=er a eeeeY B.
A LW 3Sls t 1w D OW Wk 4 LMs
so"d by all DDnislste

the home occupied by Prof. Hoch.
If you are suffering from billous-
ness, constipation, Indigestion. chronic
headache, Invest one cent In a postal
card, send to Chamberlain Medicine
Co., Des Moines, Iowa, with your name
and address plainly on the back. and
they will forward you a free sample
of Chagiberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. Sold by all druggists.
Friends of Joseph Finch, who la 1il
at the home of his sister, Mrs.. T.
McCormick, will regret to earn that
his condition Is little improved, if any.
A report was current several days
ago that he had so far recovered that
he was enabled to leave his room,
hut this was a mistake. It will be
necessary to perform an operaUon on
the patient, which may be performed
within the next two or three days.
W. A. Jordon of lave OWk. who has
been il the city for the past few
days on a visit to his son, C. L
Jordon, left yesterday for Ocalas,
where he will remain a day or two.
Mr. Jordon. who was for many years
nanaxer of the mercantile depart-
ment of the Dowling Lumber Company
with headquarters at bowling Park,
has r.slgned that |ositlon, and will
'conie to ailnesville with his family.
He ha secured the Arnold home on
Kaxt Church streeP, and will move
Into oanie early In January. Mr. Jor-
don and his estimable family will be,
warmly welcomed.

Thrw AD Only One

DrmBrmo Quinine"'

Thai 19

,axetive Bromo Quinihe

!ways remember tho full name. lIok
r this Uigaatare on every box. 25o



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better we son"

USENO iuii'i
lime PW dReye is

Combory uin srtiotio dyer.

C ad ~ bomw ofaw
=Yeyou A.a~tUdoelaw
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you wrei."
As a Holiday

vidual ahlsdisasCOW
ples table service Is
elwysapm~i SWm
,preiis &NowSs

Following Is the vote in piano eOW .
test as counted Decmber 6th:
Galuleville High chool........317,6I
Ralph Chapin .................,N.M6
North U(ainesville Hlall .........W,8



stlemen', aidie'. Boys' md Cildre,'s

Shoes win be Sold Potively at Cot for On Week

Only! Presents will be (Grea to Eveybody who wil

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kLOihJ) ij

Vida ilarroo. Bell ........ 8IJI
Annie Price, Wade ....... I8AO
Ilesle Walts. Hawtborn. .IUW 2
Mattle Jeunlags. Rochelle 14.0
Ross L Rivee, High Ipe. i.AI
Bra Powell, Alamea ..... 11$



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.1 ,rm 7-i1T. omPo sent eo Th Iw m pet order house beieve

S Osce In a s ticn for a new' trial, neither as's effts in ltiown* people know wh tmeoy have
.o-- erty, 4t4 morha
s ot Me Ost ak@* at 0assavll4 robe a to uch opposiesl to 24
.......... ... Mau r. S hies t a o K and gro wliamW"
m Wacts"AT.Bditor amd Pubisthe witer he As of driving awa
*S-- bt iA.e of a rty, aa Bimltatl far m11e than
S. E igIBCHANT.*** If he s k is uslb spedfly tho Is methods of t"eir cow.
yA.Pa WITT.. Supt. eomposin aRoome stsoed to |ie. Thee g QD oo- all order oust" beleve
oa --tn-- .armans,. iasok. tion for a new trias, neither ar e osft to lettwg people know what they have-
SW. stt,. Ts hon 1 made to have the sentence to oer. Too many ocal pabts
.ai .e ..Tel. or the primso term shortened on o0es aos the other way and-then complain

ec,. )t Monday. delivered b3o
' fle Dally Sun, published evewy mora*41 e j. t. bO --e
o sNi msonSr PM Betf thVe oW* a p*e t .-ood- ---y
a as, tfor , wm u-- t 4. t rilMF, w ft W oo s ut t rtie o bas tb ,aptage wto f on l
"|e, cit.o.= suedto'anybe. we.. .m.e ------- t. th s aem#
= as V_ 0 .soats 41 1.t l s s M 0 0.
111.6 ---4i $o. 3 6_,hr. of twl o s .rel a e ftwAoA; ,.01 .&- a"&I, emeb a -
a Me for lreat ltortsio, atm s ote for tgoate ne fortves, all te meM oorley pe* ood With them.
ptatyeoal tetn. sAwle is eat (ai on mto preet I -- '
S ril advrtr" trial, or, u amta oaant be pvet, edtea isso t altoether t thi
_ e__r-to oo1ee his' aultt1a through san 1f the p ina B agIad. Is .-AvLLes
I-.. -- we .,.:,.,, o, p r a. .t. COOK* A
Irelersof soe fomarked 1en- ea r athm 8 ie nfrom u tn ei'aww* w et t* o **w v r and
a uto a"gs .m ak iw
S' try e f th e m.k pstay sS fo r S wI. ite A"tt m eytb- we e
bartaue tote mol a uts e p l e sse s .t U wyiea a ie

of ssaerw m d f es color t t6ted eom4. It twe as w "r r sch harm the amyift, Ho |
SLit rsI o me law for the rIb ad .adotbh wepoer tme fling agalast the l
S tiews is s witl be lWorfUt e o pa law for the poor speak y when that is alot at white heUt O the bdget
| e wti regd toi a vise. ldress. poor criminal o seot to prim., whIte itelson.
T S DAILY SUM. tAse trust cWolul e U ptron ee d
wa_ __ wt__ ltt ot with ao naee wo, 11 1d a right to take a serious
a.e a t one pay without feelg a r s life, but that don st b y V I
S eNOTICE TO ADVERTIIlft.os. w enr. I t lme. Tp 4lw to n. e at
ro-,. -, .othwell as thwry tOr, st e beo *t Aa .oo1ppet 10 TW
S Tho Bun annOt g aruait th la. ditaerence betw rich and p ror. p at that the day of udi.
.tof o dfert B la twd hh es a t aw upon it.
Um it he o ~ew Isn1e w Perhaps the numabe of people who
iA#tla This also die from undework Is greter than Our Tmon DrugPhts I
sste ca es in advertisemeots that of those who die from overwork. say that killer sells the best of
running In the pape. When one sufers a brea down ow e ay S hey keep; during the
~ i~Wh, o. nssuff er mke evig sd dowItn oan ,n estli ,thl S( I ot the pa tore yeu r twu --
ea un d to undet mental or physical strain it m wet po to pay their
hop early causes considerable comment about "quarter r a bottl of this In
the danger of overwork. But every dispenasble teily medicine. Be sure
The glamor of some marked extern year thousands die from 'underwork, anad et thoe enuine. 26o, o85 and
at quality in a man may deceive others and little comment is made, because 50o botti C OO
1 r a time as to the moral faults people seldom assooiate tlatiness with
with ______ disease and illness. Yet the conneo.-
tion is oftnatime clow. If work
The large number of apparently strengthens the aind and body and s
sueossful land swindlers in the wun. conducive to health, as is rightly sup-
try shows that there are lots of peo. posed, then it naturally follows that
pie always ready to be victimized. the man who shirks work is mentally
and physically less strong and healthy
The readiness with which some peo than the man who does work, and is
S to make a promise s equalled by therefore less able to combat illness
their readiness to break it. General. when It comes. Then, too, a man ______
ly the man who It slowest in making must do something, and it he will not
a promise is the most faithful I' kep' work he usually manages to form bad A. A
Shabits that tend to aborten his.career.
Yout dartof latWiSsonVY0 the Ii1
With what serenity of mind people A ardently the s trust fds ity of titles-all whi d have been Mild Medicine T
view the worklns of prvdence when a t voided by investing an abHtront of
i t ar o te oing ir way; but ow is the greatest business Iniquity this the property before was bout. Hor and
S tserent is their feeling when provi- nation has ever experienced. The If you are considering the purchase
deentisth oei eel e oli more It I. probed the worse it gets, of real estate-or ay a "deal" almost
dee gives th some severTe Jolts and yet there is promise of still worse of elmnelville,
and bump@. things to come. What the pub cloedinsist on an abstract made by
It to not possible to make evil mands I an Investigation so thOrbsh u P
good, but it is possible to t good and so unhampered 'by red tape that Accuracy and completeness guarSa-
out of evil, and It to our duty so to no guilty man can possibly escape. tee
do. It we do not our character will There are sinister reports that i. gh
deteriorate, and ultimately, instead o officials are smirched with corrup.- UA A COW U M 1 C 8.
setting good out of evil, we shall get tion. We are aware that when scan. Galaeville 1ida.14
evil out of good. dal. of this character are brought to
light sensational and unfounded re.
When some great calamity occurs ports are flung far and wide. But A. W. LEWIL. JOHN P. ROUX.
there are always people wpose sym- whether the charges as to high o- a
pathy s econflse to tears and sighs. calls are true or falsoe an only be do- e x
; 1eoh aYmpathy II but maudlin aenti- termined by a Ipartial avestia LEW IS & OVI
mentalism. True sympathy expresses ion, and In the ltatrest of b iness0e
the mod t commno form of sympathy and of the nation nch investigation
Itmt In practical forms as weon as in is imperative. Neither fear nor favor
tears and regrets,. and happily that is shold pPrevent it ELECTRICIANS
the most common form of sympathy ____ _____
to thli land of ours. It is said that one of the two men
--- who claim to have discovered the N^ ^ Maea eteL
There has been considerable talk North Pole is eufering from nervoue sN t to Mania Hotel.
recently about the extensalon of the prostraUoe as the result of the control .....
territory of the Distreict of Columbia very conernaag their claims. A J
0o as to take in Alexandria and por lar-ge number of people who have been All Kind ef teetre Worbk PrJmptly I
time a part of the District. The re. tn In much the same way. -
annexing of portions of Alexandria
county la not a local question bat will si00 Reward, .100. Motor werk a speolatty. Complete DAAIV
affect the State of Virginla. The r' The readers of this paper will be *e ef elestrieal supplies. D R
son fur re-ann.xtllon lies mainly in please to lear, that there is at least
the rendition of the Potomac river one dreaded diseeae that sctence has -PwONE 816- ___________
fats and swamps unreclaeimed which ben able to cure in all If stages, and Should be its
affect the health and appearance of hat ar. Hal' Catarrh Cur--ld be it
the city of Washington, is the only positive owe now kaow, J TMM IUC*
Ths ^is supposed to be a adentif. to the medical fraternity. Catarrb

iTe Itts doubtful if fakirs, mediums l d l apes the blood and mu-
mcous sarfaces o NEWeOOOO^. ... erb
thes is the possibly selfteluded W. by belMidl up the e itt and -

. T. m o maon. wO prresee to assItnag nature n dg its work. aggrt p10 J
Shave cmmeatltiono with a spirit The proprietor have *e m&h th
whbom he calls "Julia." This fair spirit I its uerative pqwer that the olee 011MT o
eas btom tag St ead about later. One Hundred Doldars tr say as W
views she e As she has had with Ultd. that it fa Ml to eaur d for Met of WbIeeNI
ateM. but the language ascrbed to teotlneasl
SOtadoto is very le Stead's ow. And Addrem P. CHNBT C. C_ to so S ea mse
anyway. OGldtoM eeems to have de Tube" ONe & at'..- s mews t
p eoeratedl i the oth er wold, which ga. Wa" r
m no t mn o* edonaes g et for Take HaIls *amly Fi"s o*r =do q .
hm.m.1, ,,

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.miia~ COMPAIMe
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o 0f or MTHERS@ Wi
We hadl only standard materiWl
all Shtelas. Perfecto Bath Tnu
j Mior Bath Tub, Liberty B
* TO MAd many other. Low tom
) Peermes Don't Worry Seat
3.I ME S that "never let go
gwopt Seats; Everlasting Sei
R1 H6h"grh Bath-Room TrimminN
Ftrworkalrigbt, look all rir

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a a aU Sakb le,

Dolan Dr. A. Dolan

rreatmentfor VETERINARIA
lules' Eyes Residence:

Florida Magnolia Hotel Gainesv
.. 4 . .

CosAs.4., Gainesville,



policy of fire instance, which will gr"
needed protection to the family. .;1
OUr part we will pgiu.ai-
tee that our polie'
which are in the '
e*t and most liberal c''-
pamees, are annr ''
bea to be had. Tlt
umiumI are low, wliilc ,
protection affordel
moft than ample. 'l
writ or telephone.
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yIRTf PLACE is a winner. It's a going proportion and -ye
all the are one. Outsiders are buying now. They reaBe
es an#. rdily invest. Call on us and we will be glad to show yoe



.....Greater Gainesville's New Sub-Division.....

Located between the University of Florida and Plaza-five minutes' walk from
Court House. The famous and fashionable drive, West Liberty Street, penetrates
UNIVERSITY PLACE and someone has well said that this is destined to be
The work of improvement is going forward and will continue afntil 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.



Is not a suburban proposition, but REAL CITY PROPERTY, close in to Gaines-
ville's busy business section. The prices and tA rms are suburban-

$10 Cash, $10 Monthly
That's all! 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


OUR AGENTS will be glad to show
the property at any time and take
pleasure in explaining the many at-

tractive features of our contract.


will consider the privilege of "show-
ing you" a pleasure, and we are oon-
fident that we can "show you" that
an investment in UNIVERSITY
PI4ACE will make money for you.

Telephone 366

Oar Carrate Wll

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115 E. Mai Street


No. 366


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"0tou, from P Oe t lpro rity" for tl '
trty; bu.t. T-tho edbor
"i: ,4.tittnag' new projects and s n a*n very to"lN".tr.
pendingg for the period of one year a ii th' upon to Om 1 1.,
ogress toin military matters. ifor tbe d a tB hr l ty who yaHy rtnbaP-m n, u .....
same reason I have directed that the SbwUh .With the loploh en el
&s-army shall not be recruited up toU i e d la b aod the general proqperity.
present authorized strength. These opne t the asVSl3 r 4e reason a given for the ig
measures can hardly be more than Oepo ot-teh sa las ~ gg, 4. A- reason I0 amm ve imrf f
temporary, for I am sure t"at the In. t .. t of g t b tho U
terests of the military establishbment bodyft l l i eednla of es t I(
A". are sertotly to need nt e ui cond- s n I b. ..pe p i cumt a l "- '.
lderat.1O by co1001s. 1"_i. :lO* a 6 MW substs e 24 q1
SThe rtary of ar a ttton rt of t" i
army, 1n all olf *ch I .bt theo ll. W ,. / esive GA N SVt I
poilt.u eH.ke I pea, meet dO tl ou t which br#* "D
Vbuphn t e for to wlrlaiattlo po Naorm by a pr e itoponoiekr
bill providlag a method by which to matter atM st 5 prod uction.AINEVILLE, FLO
.pMterl of ooe*rs shall have some *f- paper but NagIdw0IS and 'am ellA It. .-te( tt. Ii ,.t. ( tal
fact upof their ad Tvacemet and by pAM &s--a TAe tonftif.lo,1ste..- .i. It the co t .........
/wbkob tbhe!. ncemett of all may t l at t trlow o Nof gt g to tbis-8a m urplun ............ ...
od l by the ffeo olloo ive lih 4 over. t w
-of a dedflte proportik of the least W- '_j:T tto'tw t
The m litory aond naval jolOit tipped .g10 ,ath l b t' Officers:
o &haTveOaW=lualad l7tagrto that J itU upla ag| Ip W. R. Thomas, President.
be unwise to o nke the large expedl- that e0d clasM ni uiatter a of t factory ld taeM tL 0. K. Bbme, First Vice.
Stu which at one time were coatom- e tte per cEt i the to which there has been eithe T
-plateo in te establishment otf *' wI Ibt 4ll 1nid a .t)i i th t tV i ol .o 00 -ecnvce
base and station It the Philippine eI- oly.16 c pet east of the revenooe.. t asl a very cousidet W a dit- L D. rner, Cashier.
# Iands and have expressed their ind The fAgues yxes am startofp"d ttbL. _--
ment, to wblob fully concur, to t- show thb paymetby the govern a .. t
S" VTor of making an extensive aval b" of a t Mimopw n ubsldy to th*e er Her 'Heart Was Broken i Directors:
t Peari Harbor, m Honolu, d popsai a periodlea A se her compleon w bad .
1ootheilippin ogroat tsvgmight .-eade.&m ut her "om.Lo wa ad ..... K. oot,
SA The. I nto much sth bhltof, t 4 could find nothing to -clear
The return h t.ea t t a p bfyln tmposlng u i f 'wrtp,. Wien- bado omplzio 4 n r. K utton, W. R,
Mor *fctoet condIiaon wbhes it P 64a. s p,.*o wb i er wi i put is pat -et
started was a noofte ent of laI- I beneve postal W r b s to u takii hard's sTbine. T-
f terest alke to our citlsens aqd the necessary in ok* toitea g1.P 0e4 rer reglator. 6ol by 081 Fou t P C
naval authorities of the world. The inducement to thrift ad v to W ,Jobohnson. e
marked success of the ships to steam- g t many people of s al omia who
lEg around Ibe world o *all weathers do not now have bankflg teeUltti and A Promilnent Visitor. S vin I'par
on schedule time has locreased respect to whom such a system would offer as Apton the prominent visitors tp to IS t
for our navy and has added to our na- opportunity for the accumulattoo of .Ols aville is A. de9ola eiodcd a 8 '
tlonal prestige cpitl. They will futosh a atsfatetory a fr
It Is a regrettable fact that the sbatitute based on soaod prelp ah, first vice-president of the i
higher officers are old for the respon- and actual successful trial in nearly Tampa and Jacksonville railway, who ow toCuo. 8ni
siblllties of the modern navy, and the all the countries of the world, for tie is bOre looking after his official d4u- ). .Mt. ML f. Y. . GEN
admirals do not arrive at flag rank system of government guaranty of Ues. S
young enough to obtanlo adequate train- deposits now being adopted in several Mr. Mendes has only been recently ibe oo tu* CONTRACTX
S Ing In their duties as flng officer. western stat whih. with defereso elote to the poitlon of first vice.k CONTRACT
Owing to the necemlty for economy to thee who advocate it, eems to me pte idnt of the T. & J. 'He Is a yc itAo I !h f hair. -
in expenditures, I have directed the to have in it the.seds. of demorallUsa. dntof ther
curtailment of recommendations for tion to conservatre banking and be1 a1 obf exceotonal *ney ad tece hour birth. Streets
naval appropriations so that they are tala financial dlasiter. tre ability, and great t Mila m ex- 00n tSr Sa
thirty.elght mllllons less t un the cor- peeted through his efforts and the etf- Vi L rAs Al.l Cement Sidewalo
S repooding estimates of last year. and hip ubdy. ort of olleue wit the Kin of
!, the request for new naval construction Frollowing the course of amy dtIlto- ft sof this If toe wtrohan -t '- Cement Work
Is li Umited to two first clanMs battleshilps oulshdd predecee or, I eanety re-. ;e...w.. iif hns-
and one repair vessel. ommend to congress the consideration and shippers of Gaineyille Wad vicin- CARO OP THANKs Cement Floors
The secretary of the navy has ina ad paessa of a ship subsidy bill. Ity stand by the road in the matter and Drives
purated a tentative plan Invrdving cer- Interior Depertment-New Mexle and o pt ln them. From the Woman' lld of Hly Tiling Laying a
tan changes In the organulation of the Arisena. Mr. e4nudea is well pleased with Trnity h h. v T le a
navy department. Including the envy The muccseesdl party In the last else- Galadliis, and feels that the Tamps Tile Walks
yards, all of which have been found tion in Its utional platform declared and Jaeksonville will reeelve the Mrt, we bee to th b k the MasOD, concretee Walks
Sby the attorney general to be In ac- I favor of the admiaslon as separate hearty support of the businaea mue for the e of tir beautiful building. Stone Excavati
cordance with law. I have approved states of ,ew Mexico and Arltona, under the new regime. He took o. It was a noble Impulse that prompted
the execution of the plan proposed be- and I recommend that legislation ap- casion t pay General Manager A. L them to erbet such a magnlflcent tem- 505 North Grove
eo t greater e cy and propriate to thi end be adopted. Glass a high compliment as to his ple, and most generous of them to Galnesville, For
economy It promises. Alaska. ability, execultve and otherwise. other us tUe use of it. _
Department ef Justlee--xpeditlen In With respect to the territory of Alas- ______ Our many friends have been most
Legal Preedur. ka, I recommend legislation wbleb WHAT I HYOMI thoughtful in contributing to our ba-
The deplorable delays In the admti- shall' provide for the appointment by WHATr, and we take this opportunity of
Istratlou of evil and criminal luw have the president of a governor and alo expressing our appreciation not only
received the attention of commltteelof of an executive council, the members You Have Heard About the Catarrh oxpren ous conributions, but
the American Bar aspolation and of of which shall during their term' of Cure J. W. hMCollum & Co. for their em t liberal patronage,. n
many state bar assn'lntlons as well as otce re "de in the territory and which .or their mot liberal patronage, in v o
the considered thought of udgee and shall have legislative powers sufflent uarantee. pite of te clement weather.O l ,
jurists. In my Judgment, a chauge In to enable It to give to the territory lo- Hyomel is a wonderful antiseptic. We also wish to thank The Sun for Cheet
public procedure, with a view to re* cal laws adapted to Its present growth. so powerful that It promptly destroys the use of its columns for our adver- SO ICirs, uIIe
declug its expense to private litiants I strongly deprecate legislation looking germ me, yet Its action on the mu- tnldng. For many years this faithful 14 hh nUA Dwemn
n ivil cases and facilitating the dis to the election of a territorial legista- conus membrane is extremely soothing Su has given itsht to the Galnesville f PIlte ai
patch of busanes and funal deelsilo in ture in that vast district. bil ton m i live ad po
S both civil and criminal cases. coati ad heathon It reove etarrh ipo a st o pro
S tutela the greatest need In our AaerI. Caenservton of Naturel Mesewes. fAve minatese; It cures in a few weeks per. .
can Institutlons. I do not doubt for In s al partmts ther in pe"- or money ha ck. 333l UtJy
-, oue moment that much of the lawless anted the neessity for kUislatliou It i made ohblefly of eucalyptas and .E OW .T
violence and cruelty exhibited In lynch looking to the further conservation of eucalyptol taken from the euilypta ....
ings are directly due to the uncertain. ourt otlonal rsore4 and the sub- emet ato tlaknd Auftraoa. The ey to E CT O ---
tiol and injustice growlwg out of the e- tu s more dotslihd moad e to e al preteestos knows A tra e melyptd is w a goea 4.
eutlsona thereof by our rcie- ,dlaslom than can be entered upon is an absolutely certalan germ detroy- mand for preesnlg done our sew way.
it therefore recommend egtslation in thin communication. For that we. er and with the active prelnciples of vry little feature Is give the lo- U
providing for the appointment by the e shall take an rly opportunitF eucalyptus as a base Hytamel i.s made et attenfoa and no police of work I European Pia
prcsldeutot a commission with author to Ned a special mesae to convn., more eaioleut, pleasant and quick allowed to leave our hands ttU It Eu p
Ity to examtne the law and equity The White tlave Trade. acting by the addition of Thymi, a is careftally laspected t sea that It (Formerly the A
procedure of tbe federal courts of Oret Thre Io urgent necessity for addl- anUtiseptIc and disinfectant largely comea up to the high Standard we aokaonville - -.
lIstance, the law of appeals from tonl legislattoi and greete executive employed 1A the UAterlam Systela. ve t. "We're gola' ses."NE
thee courts to the courts of appeals activity to euppres the wecrulUng of OualaI aD 4 other Important medi- KOME KLSAN KLUL CAr3 IN 3CON
and to ttwe supwme court and the t o t k e pette tm the cinal ageta ar also inluded ia the 1tlt 3Ibrtt. '-Phte s H ^ames Demee, ProP. Gec.
private lltilgantsu and upon thbe public try-an eil wbhch, tor waut of a bet. .Hyoi torsaliwi witho *e e Refitted a
treasury and make recommendation ter naae, has been called "the white doubt. Is the gm atest destroyer of r| n |ets, , 7c a nd $1
with a view to simplifytug and ex- snaee trade." ca.t.. perm the world has eve Take Cars at Unfon -

peditiug the procedure as far as ive- u .eas ef Meth. know. Ii i ,Re
able and making It as nexpeualve as. Tefsm to benorma wh all tyel is a powerful. peaetrating s. -t
may tbe to the litigant of little mens the b s and oe Io the eeral ntisept that I pleasat to use. It
n the last election ontained t he sufoeestal party o Dnt which have to do with does et coutala a pWUele of occaie. ,
toitb lost election contained the tot- t pb bl o s e a Ou S a II&MtfonnlSg or In*
the public health or ate)ects akin opiu er any habIt-forming or l a g. d_ -I n
wingjunsmeee"W~ isth Not&e" tberetoe abosl not tbe salted to a be- r.ous tdrg.. I k--
htajanetiesie t to be called the "burau of pub- No doeag the stomach when y Gou as yw O m
"We be*tev tbat tbe rules of pce ie ptl." use ts mel. Just breathe it i tb Koas e e Slr eI t o
to the iissae of the writ of aja e Pt blea. o tsla
tion should be moe aumrately defined I UgePtly reomend to congre with eh otf0t. Sold by hg wtretSl lrt as iss
by statute aud that as Wectlao or that a law be passed retiring that drsgga everywhee and in (lai Ooes ave ousr wae t ya mm a rlwiman
temporary retralaing e~ Amlid be teu*datt In eloets eof amnbe of vlne 1W J. W. McColhum a Coa 1. d&y ad ba y bmesm s: e
iued without nodea, s except wb the beome of retesatlives esad cow for GeOt. KamYTW in iAK eM Y PlnPi t. i"
irreparable Injury would r mt from i ttMs e ar weof their cam diay M I Ri.T. T. M .**.
elay, r. whideh case a speedy hearlug d ampaela Ie in Ipapto eek I of
therafr should be guiat." the Unilted State goveraset a state.
I re mmed that tlacomlaU with -Mt ef the ct im --kml d- "a----T
se thur s miade appkVat theiear thee eisltut t dIn e 13E teO
pre bevMou 1a= pet, to other eetlem wicsb earm 1* an@"Id
wo wFS a, e 'astft be bautithi the a lt O i
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U~ hS ~ 410% L I

LL. A MysT*4.

With nfil
r DIIS1ha

UTI1,,,E, Dec.
With a w*
1ruted tO~
ia~rri5, who
SbeaYr"S Lk
po mdba5Ul3S
Then W"*,
and he wasds~

eOf the ba~
*etaowd W" ,P 5,

SState that the case be discharged,
hwth the court so ruled.
This leaves the case In a more mys.
serious phase than ever before. NeBth-
er the authorities nor the Red Men,
who are taking a great interest In the
caue, have any positive clues to work
upon. Various rumors are going the
rounds as to many theories, but no110
one In authority can speak with cer.
tainty. The patient can give no in
formation evidently and his condition
Is as puzzling as ever. He has not
yet been positively identified in spite
of the fact that his brothers In tht
e Red Men are receiving no end of let-
ter- ters and telegrams from all over the
owwl country from people who are looking
th tor lost friends.
SWThose In charge of the case hope to
inb positively Identify the man within a
w few days. '

W. H. Swift Arested, But Dischargec
Mh tfor Want of Prosecution.
tdr. W. H. Swift, colored, was arrested

b aself, who a Jtrad i a few days ago by Sheriff Ramse)
stretcher. T M e upon a charge of embezzlement, the
to sit up and Is warrant being sworn out by L. D
1O far as the 9wM Thompson, another negro, who charge
a d not recocn arT ed that Swift had misappropriated $40
11* no evidence that tlip- belonging to him.
i.oner in any Swift was brought to this city Sat
Then offered a a rday, and his case was continued be.
0 fore Judge Mason until Monday morn.
n agy, but when the defendant was ar-
raigned the prosecuting witness was
so not on hand, and the case was dis,
government ulilnWn. missed for want of prosecution.
It Is stated that the case was satls
Sled by a compromise outside of the
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f, Cakes. PI ,.ache
". Also Nervous Headache, Travelers
rivers twice dally. Leave Headache and aches from Grip, Stom
p at Bowman's store. Our ach Troubles or Female troubles
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construction of the lamp.
The best skill has put forth its best effort hb
perfecting the Rayo Lamp.
As the air is fed to the flame-so does the Ught
burn. The easy-flowing current of air tlroqh
the air-tube of the Rayo Lamp ecurs a umlform
light, with never a flier or flare.
The ideal family lamp. Made of bras thrweh-
out and beautifully nickeled.
The Rayo Is a lowpriced lam, but eMat
get a better lamp at any price.
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Junlus Sandereen le Preeprous.
It will be pleasant taltration to
the people of GaladlVUe to lear that
Junlus Sanderson, a almeasvllle boy
and a former employee of The Sun,
where he learned his trade as a print-
er, is prospering In Calioraa. hold.
lug a lucrative position on The Ex.
aminer, San Francleco' largest and
best dally paper.
Junlus' friend here long ago reallas
ed his loyalty and ability and predict-

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now commanding a salary ft $35 a
week, and has been with The Ex-
aminor for several years.

Den't Ie Hepelese
About yourself when you're orlp
pled with rheumatism or atiff joints-
of course you've tried lots of things
and they failed. Try Ballard'l Seow
Linlment-It will drive away all
acbea, pains and stifeass and leave
you as well as you ever were. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

It Is understood that JacksonvIlle Is
soon to have another daily paper, L.
V. Williams. of The Wayeross Journal.
concluding that our State needs a
newspaper after the type of The At.
lanta Georgian, or The Birmingham


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What Has Happened sand What Is Go-
Ing to Happen-Peronal and
Social Items of the City,

Full line of cakes abd crackers.
Saunders & Earle.
H. L.Gray of Kanapaha was trading
In the city yesterday.
Roquefort cheese, pineapple cheese,
. whie cheese and Edam cheese
Saunders & Earle.
Seven thousand. dollars' worth of up.
to-date furniture for tale on credit.
John Purniture Beagle.
Call on J. B. Brooks for anything
in fruits, candies sad cigars. 203 K
Union street. Free delivery.
Vernon Chitty has returned to his
home in Micanopy, after a brief but
pleasant visit to relatives here.
Don't forget' the basket ball game
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9th. Game
will be called promptly at 3:30.
Deputy Sueriff Raymond Strickland
of Waldo was among those who spent
yesterday In this city on business.
J. E. Futch has returned from points
In South Florida, where he has been
on business for the past few days.
Henry Stokes of Micanopy was In
the city yesterday. He was en route
from points In the West End, where
he has beemion business.
T. J. lroyn and A. J. Shirley, two
well-known citizens of Alachua, were
In the city yesterday on business con.-
nected with the office of County Tax
Collector W. D. DIckinson.
It your purse permits, we offer un-
excelled fare and service for $2.56
per day-P3.00 with private bath--7c
for single meals. We do not publish
our menu as our guests advertise that.
The Rrown House.

James W. Hardee of LaCfosse was
trading In the city yesterday.
Miss Ruby Sparkman of Waldo was'
In the city yesterday, a guest of
frlbnds. "
Wanted-Three copies of The Dally
Sun of October 29th. Will pay 5c
per copy for each.
L. L. Hill left yesterday for points
In South Florida, where he was sum-
moned on business.'
J. H. Dyes, a well-known citizen
of Campville, was among those who
spent yesterday in this city on busi-
T. W. Shands, president of the
Gainesville National Bank, has return.
ed from a business trip to Jackson-
If It Isn't Blue Ribbon it isn't the
best extract, Blue Ribbon Lemon
and Vanilla are the Perfect Flavoring
Place your orders for Christmas
boxes of oranges to be shipped to
your friends now with Saunders &
Earle. Shipped direct from the
Everybody come out to the basket
ball game Thursday and root for your
favorite team. This time the Town
Team goes up against the Junior High
School team.
Mr. and Mrs. J;R. Zetrouer and E.
P. Zetrouer of Rochelle were visitors
to Gainesville yesterday. The latter
Is one of the progressive merchants
of that lively town.
John Furnlture Seagle, who con-
ducts the "Little Furniture Store"
with the big stock. Is now buying his
goods in earlets and retailing them
at wholesale prices.
The Earnest Workers' Society of the
First Presbyterian church will hold a
meeting at the home of Mrs. W. J.
Denby at 3 o'clock this afternoon.
when a full attendance Is desired.
The greatest danger from influes
to of its resulting la paesmoela. This
can be obviated by using Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy, as it not only
cures Inluessa, but counteracts any
tendency of the disease towards paeu-
monia. Sold by all druggists.


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S F. Cellon has returned from
ai ags .where be hea been enaged"i
e kaott- for the past two' or three
* 1 d ,' He reports fne luck and plenty

Bm. l Minnie Browalng of Trenton
bhau Ma ved in the city. and Will re.
S Nal* here for some ate a guest of
Mr. Mrs. W. W. oloa, aat
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Ihigders & Earle ma*k a sphecalty
of itplag oranges I n boxese a
"as gifts. OMMrang ldpped al.
t from the grove. Leve tYour or-
der with them now.
C, O Rountree and three ,sos,
Thomas, Basw~ll and Orti, were Ja
twi from 0Aprille yetrdv.
Aactt tber business Mr. Koutnee
deposited a dollar fo# renewal at his
sabeierption to The Sun. *
Dr. f1il and son, father and brother
of Mris Alex Avers, arrived, In tihe
city Monday dtht from their home
In Geoagia and Live Oak, respectively,
avingl been summoned on account of
the Spath of Mrs. Avera.
The peculiar properties of Cham=b-
tel's eough Remedy have been thor.
roughly tested during epidemics of In-
fi ent, and when it was taken In
time we have not heard of a single
cae of pneumonia. Sold by all drug-
Remember the candy matinee at the
Baird Theatre at 8:10 o'clock thiL sf-
ternoo, This matinee is given for the
eepeolal benefit of ladies and children
who find it 'inconvenient to attend In
the evening. A box of candy given
to every person attending under esigh.
teen years of age. a
Captalh W. G. Shehee, Joe Shirley
said Richard Cathcart, a Jolly trio of
High Springs folks, favored Gaines*.
ville with a visit yesterday., Friends
of Captain Shebee, who has been
suffevlng considerably for some time
with rheumatism, were glad to see
him looking much better.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clarke left
Monday for Norfolk, Richmond and
Washtinton and other points, where
they wifl spend the next few weeks,
finally rdturpin to their future home
In Cordele, Ga. They will be Joined
In a short time by Jesse Clarke, who
will make part of the itinerary with
them. '
William Futch, formerly of High
Springs but 'now making his home in
St. Petersburg, where he Is engaged
In the fishing business, was in the city
yesterday. Mr. Futch is "making
good" in his new vocation, which will
be pleasing Information to his numer-
ous friends throughout this section of
the State.

A sprained ankle will usually dis-
able the injured person for three or
four weeks. This Is due to lack of
proper treatment. When Chamber-
lain's Liniment is applied a cure may
be effected In three or four days. This
liniment is one of the best and most
remarkable preparations In use. Sold
by all druggists.
Mr. and Mrs. Goodnow and Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Goodnow, regular winter
visitors to OGainesville who own a
handsome home on East Church
street, arrived in the city yesterday
from Keep*, N. H.. and their friends
were glad to welcome them, and to
note that they are looking fne from
their summer's .outing.
Attention is called to the advertise.
went of the Eagle Bakery. one of

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latest business enter-

prises, with appears elsewhere in
this ipssk This bakery will be con-
ducted aog strictly sanitary lines,
under the direction of experienced
bakers, and will no doubt prove a
winner with or people.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Graves have
arrived Is the city from York. Ne-
braska. sad are pleasantly located for
the winter at their coxy little cottage,
30S West Cort treet--and their
"Cracker ftends" are delighted to
welcome them again. They hr.ve
been at their Nebraka bome bt it-
tie the past summer, haintag spet
the greater part of the time ta CileO
radio. where they enjoyed a good time
and ae ealt&

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WANTIln-Tbreq copies of The
DaJly #an of October 29th. Will
pay 6e per copy for eacLh.
FOR 8ALEX-Typewriter .ribbons, all
kinds. Sun office.

FOR SALB-Iron safe at a bargain.
Address P. 0. Box 417, Galneavillb,
MULES-One pair choice mules,
large, for sale. Apply to W. R.
Thomas. .
FOR RENT-A furnished cottage with
modern improvements. Apply at 701
N. University street.
FOR RENNT-Six-room house and ten
4cres of land in cultivation, one-
fourth mile north of the University.
Apply J. A. Phifer.
FOR SALE-Rhode Island Red chick-
ens in coops; ffve hens and a rooster
for $6. Have four lots of such chick-
ens-the very best that's bred. J.
MaLey Dell.
anyone bunting Plank's Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to care malaria,
chills and fever. Prece 256 ents per
bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson, hell
probably know.
the genuine Spaulding Rose No. 4 In
10 peck asks, $2.50. True Red Dllss
Triumph at $8.25. Send uas your
orders,. American Produce Corn-
pany, Jacksonvle, Mla.

The Sun oe e or Maing ewne

"Take time by the Forlock" and
moeas the beet thinW while you eam,
or har.v them r.rvmd. No charge
for engraving of goods bought of u.


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