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 9, 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: VID01321
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
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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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il,000,p0 HOME ASSURED

Southern. Coaercial Congress Adjourns Meet-

ing After a lost Successful Session.

NGTON, D.'C., Dec. 8.-The
Commercial Congres closed
on here last Aight with its
01,000,000 home Il Washington
er a dream, but. 5 organized
financed, signed and" sealed.
i00 men of the South have
thibs possible. Bach l as sub-
to $1,000 worth of stock In the
building corporation which
ed to build a magnicent rove-
ucing structure which *11il be
amnert home of the Congress.
sibscriptioa paves the way to a
bond issue being. Interest
ir cent, and an isslame of second
e bonds bearing Interest at 6
lgt. The plan provides for a to-
ue of preferred stock bearing
at 6 per cent amounting to
L. ater preferred stock will
to retire the second mort-
hods. The architects assure the
of the congress that the new
should provide sufftent revenue
|t all fixed charger and pay 10
mlt on the common stock after
rject is well under way. By the
il plan the Southern Commer-
KngreTes will always be in com.-
montrol of the building corpora-

t before the congress adjourned
I officers were elected : Presi-
Join M1. Parker, New Orleans;
l Vice President, J. Taylor, Lieu-
it Governor of Virginia; Second
|tident, Julian S. Carr of
ICarolina; Managing Directors.
heenor l)awe, Washington, D. C.,
h L Quarles, Virginia.
Following board of directors was
i for the States:
a. Culpepper Exam of Birm-

ida, Senator Duncan U. Pletch-
IJackson ille.

Lost a Valuable Horse.
s of Col. J. W. Patton are
h:;g vith him in the loss of
0."e of his fine ponies, the anl-
bhitg died in an appaftut fit
IfWy secularr actions.
NPtton had driven the animal
lIthe day, and was in the act
g i' out of harness at his
l1to in the afternoon when It
be tcai. unmanageable, and
the bu9).v up considerable be-
k would be released from the
SIniedlately aftrards the

Georgia, Asa G. Candler, Atlanta.
Kentucky, Charles J. Ballard of
Louisiana, Lawrence Febacher of
New Orleans. I
Maryland, lasac E. Emerson of
Mississippi, C. 0. Robinson of Robin-

Missouri, George
North Carolina,
of Raleigh.
South Carolina,
Tennessee, John

W. Sinmons of St.

Benjamin Cameron

A. E. Gonzales of

W. Dillard of Mem-,

Texas, F. A. Heitman of Houston.
Virginia, T. S. Southgate of Norfolk.
Directors at large elected are as fol-
lows: Lee McClung of Washington., D.
C.; F. 0. Faxon. Memphis, T R'hii.; R.
W. Millaps. Jacksonville, Fla.; Charltes
A. Douglass of Washington, I). C.; .1.
W.. McGrath, Brook Haven. Miss.;
James A. Sprunt, Wilmington. N. C ;
11. L. Dulaney, Washington, 1). C.; It.
J. Lowry, Atlanta: G. W. \itt, Lynch-
burg, Va.; S. W. Woodward, Washing-
toll. I). C.
Just before the congress adjourned
It placed itself on record against in-
discriminate immigration to the' South.
The sense of the resolutlontwas to thet
effect that Oily immigrants who can
be depended upon to maintain the
standard of civilization are desirable.
Another resolution Indorsing the
ailms and purposes of the Nationnl
Rivers and Harbors Congress was
unanimously passed.
Another commends Secretary of the
Navy Meyer for his businesslike ad
ministration and protests against un>)
proposition to sweep out of existence
the navy yards or r.pailr statlioni
south of Norfolk.

horse was affected by severe conrul-
sions, and notwithstanding that every-
thing po.sslhle was done, death cu me
to relieve its sufferings the following
"Gray" was a valuable animal. and
has given his master faithful service.
The horse was regarded as oui of(
the most hardy in this entire section.
and will be missed by Col. Patton.

The Daytona Steam Laundry has re-
ceived Its new collar starcher and
shaper. ____

SWonderful Stone Crab

Improperly Described

I ti how leading e am tlaside the big claw Is regarded as a
n1a'in 1ea Ofat by viW great delicacy and much sought after
k d The followlag, kes by the residents and visitors in Flor
Prak o (Ky.) News, Is a Ida. If you don't btlievr this just a&k
Brown. Stagg or Hall about it and
If "B. row. frank Stagg be convinced by lo-king at one of the
Sr.turned S n=My chpa eah claws."
;r"ing RAa W titp The stone crab is certainly a doli-
k y'r they Woad. cacy and a wonder, tut the infornha
S''irih t backk m of t te im that he has only one claw wetd
WtS4a ostme be m*ore lntere.tinlg I t liehas
k nly' a' 4 aglaws, as nam U my o
1 n 1up sh bu dt a..pt'de tobed tle M We
r ooka rok | f4 Adl the k vAYary 9I 5
t hoina I ^j w 40e0 nos c t grae p the fact hto
ka~&d sabot""alw f b 74shown him have beeshar*
I"We ai a M & e y aes ored bbe the
|b... *? **b** *| ..s ^f t-e.. abow* atm * ar
the Mb O NA.06 e clawa we 5't w
hen be e "van As tea Der"Ily coram whhe IN
%f O o* t, e*** a.s f r th ew Pat. KIMe the
... lae l * ow he a **h* m Wt ad
We" w h whMieer inc w O4 m** t u P010~ 10
S* ;'.. *no. t (-amm.






Gas Explosion Occurs at Hamburg Which Cost

$3,500,000 Loss and Twenty-Seven Lives.


LOCHLOOSA, Dec. 8.-J. N. Hay-
man made a business trip to Gaines.
ville Friday.
A. C. Hayman spent Sunday with
friends at Island Grove.
Dr. Floyd of Hawthorn was a busi-
ness visitor to town Saturday.
Adger Hayman made a business trip
to Hawthorn Saturday.
W'esley Lamuberth of Island rove
was a business visitor to town Mon-
U. G. Mingledorff has b.ei> very ill
for the past few days, but is rapidly
improving at present.
Miss Selma Tompkina happened to
a very painful accident last week by
falling down the steps by some un-
accountable means and spraining her
F. M. Coleman has been critically
Ill for the past few days, but indica.
tions point to a change for the better.
The school rendered a niost interest-
Ing program Friday evening consisting
mainly of speeches and a debate. The
question for the debate was., "R-
solved, That Cattlp Are More lienefi.
clal to Man Than Hlorses." Thei judges
rendered their decision in favor of the
negat ive.
Adger Ilayman has beoi Ilid up for
the past few days with throe very
large risings on his right ariu. They
ire some btteler at preseiit, and we
hope he will toon be able to nse' his
arnm again.
There was 3,162 ipoundh of dressed
catfish shipped from this point last
week. This Is the large-t shipment
of catllish ever known to leavo here,
althoughh there were 2.998 pounds ship-
ietd from here the week before.
We haud a very nice uhower of rain
la.t Thurirday, which wan a great
beue lit to the community, as things
Avle greatly suffering.
.ir. aindi Mrs. K. A. I)ipree and Miss
iE'dna Tompkins of Island Grove spent
last Sunday here with the latter's
gruindpareiits. Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Miss Elsle Hlayman has been very
III for the p1st few days but li Im
prowling rapidly.
()ne of the mo' st delightful social
functlions of the s. eation las the candy-
,elliiig given at the pretty home of
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Ilioman, South.
i'Pl:isant Lake avenue. Friday evening.
Thi' hout.. was d'coratied In a most
-'harming inanner, und t ioe who did
not care to participate iin the candy-
aiukilig remtaiilied ii tle house s tll
had some very beautiful music and
also played a few parlor games. The
iandy was undoubtedly the best the
writer ever ate. Calne juice was also
plentiful and the large rowd present
were made welconre to all the cane,
Juice and candy they would have The
following were pre-setil Minles ii,.
McRoy. McEwen. Cafto., Tompklas.
Caldwell and Hayman. and Messrs.
Li U._ a.ur ri%.li Vv o *r' d Min ..



Jolly Party Will Explore the Wilds of
LaFayette County.
A jolly party comprlilng W. A.
Strickland and Claude Ktoken of Para.
dise. and W. N. Wilson, Ii. V. Hampl.
ton and J. ID. trilnNfellow of this city.
aspect to leave Friday morning for
the wilds of IaPfyette county, *here
they will spend a week or ten days
The forests of LpVayelte are said
to be alive with door, turkey and
other wild gamno. stnd The iun may
have an interesting ilory to publilsh
upon the return of this party, who
propoioe to go well equipped for lUCe-
cess and pileasure

Lettuce Market Poor.
Johelph Tinsley, representing Chas.
IPape' & Co., commislon merchants.
New York. has arrived In the city.
and will rpend the next few days
here at the bume of his mother. Mrs.
M. K Tinsley, 202 a. Pleasant street.
Mr Tinslehy has just left the Banford
section lie state that the letture
crop In that soetio Is flne, the pro
duct good. but prte. are poor. From
eight to teo carloads a day have bmw
going forward, but owing to the early
season the product I being unkAodd
--- .. .. ...L --- 16 -0 AL-

I on the Nortbo market peforp the

i ad -n l an r si n
gleduorff. Caldwell and lirte. All prs- Norter cro p Is esbausted.
ent had a most delightful time aad
hope to enjoy theniMselve. so pleasant.
ly aalb wxmn. The fellwling ladles
sere also present: Meldad MusM Atlanta Wome
white. Caldwell. Hayman Evans. aad
KEvans. The genial Mr Hayma al-
ways gives the young A nice time
while cane-grt-dlng I i"--ting, and SnIt SIUg T
is bhihly appreciated by all.

Have Meved to Gaineeviie. ATI.ANTA. Dier. .-Cleo rWas. a
K. *A. Trowbridne and family have striktlagly handsome yuos Atllala
moved from Waldo to this city, a wd woman. cofeMsed to he poll yeser-
will make this their future ho dy me aftr that sbe was *a
They are pleasantly Itx'.d0 o Aslatbh.. .. s
us avenue. ast ll6ai do, l In the uhite slate tra le ad sked the
at will be re-memter d that Mv office to deMals twoee yMNWl wMs
TrawberdgO. who. with others, oger- who were to leae for ColsambW 0..
sted a cigar fartnry In Walo. reoat- MAt .lag
ly combined tbhe inter-t o that faI Tb. p ty witb the IAM'Aixals tigar fce- te'* slaUo O. **h*i fe *OIni sts
tory here, amd the btassn w5 M bee Te lat-r h ad two tieh ts Oi seM-
s.iirip aad W ontiBidS in OslminVte. bs. wkw-b h s -sai had bM s sa0
C. C. Trowbrtdf a bfite of I L. A. i ho foe r the grw' sme I M
Tnpiw ~h-n. espe t w rst 5 his Mef a disoderly home therw. The
fTrt hm withMa the Iwt fw W OOL s ioi w n as uwO=r a boo-
The Trwwkrtg familel wi be eeper is this l bty, mi sae t
gtbtty weVis0 as reswidss. a I ba a ics Ce41f illad was seat i
is hoped theyr I Nhe- W I bMM S e r i M. .WO 1
s.M-- e1 a1" .lim oe itm It
Rsy of o mis i YI A i s sad

dangerously Injured, of whom several
cannot recover.
The fire gained rapid headway and
threatened the old gasometer, e m*
taking 50.000 cubic metres. io I.W
tense was the heat and so dangerous
their Ipaltion, the firemen were comr
polled to withdraw to a safe distance,
A terrific explosion soon occurred and
the tower became a mass of flames,
which leaped hundreds of feet in the
air, sending fragments of glowing
coke far and wide over the city and
After strenuous efforts the Are was
brought under control and the rescue
work was carried on vigorously.
There Is little hope of finding the .
bodies of the missing if they have
heen killed. as they would undoubtedly
havo beun incinerated.
The new gasometer. which.exploded,
was hi> lare'nt itn the works, having
a capacity of 2.o).0t00 cubic netrns.
The city had appropriated 14.000,000
marks, S.1M00,000, for Its construction.


111(11 SPRINdtl. Dee. l.-Mesdames
T. IH. Willard and J. L Grimea have
returned from the W', ( T. U. con.
lntion at Plant City, iand speak most
favorable of the rereption all received
-it the hInds of everybody there.
There Is considerable sickness In
Iown. Among the sick sre: Frank
vrille. Ilenry Orimies and Mrs. Day.
Dr. J. M. Itishop Is the attending
physician and we tospeak for them
alwedy recovery.
On Friday evening. Dec. 3rd. another
sliver medal contest was held In the
Afhool auditorium. Idell Knight being
thies snricr'trful conteisltat
On Friday evening, l)w o10th, there
will iw a nivsairing party at the retl
denre of Mr and Mrs J. I., (rtmes
for the benefit of the school library.
hverytbdy Invited.
On nest Monday afternoon at I
o'clock the regular meeting of the
W. C. IT. I. will be held at lth Metho
diat church. A full attendance i* re
The teahere and pupils are prepar-
img a very Interestinl program for
bhe loslang exlmises Just before
The eliwtloa of Iown ooeers was
held here yesterday, the full foe
of nominee beng l*e ktd

in Confess,

womam god,
"I tame" away myself. bet at lhe
"e Mmee I had the b. seagto
Weed Mhaw two eblidreeIsto that WI
I *ad jug to beow what I hew* do"
"d I Waldt to hav* these ebMr&

Macoder l"wy ee heormia t meS
Woman -ho sho V.w avdermoo

pus"M".bum.ht h ohe9 mitd
mWba her. *1. mpse
fimstrnihse" by the &a tbt0m
thof e of 00e ya ob I" ft

heed. Cb~a
orn theBess. avw esmw do
Msswb aMM VI Mowhew d
yew ddbs 06 sob I1,3do m
I m lesms F" I& do - I -


HAMIIURG. Dec. 8.-The exploslon
of two gas tanks In the so-called "klel*
noh grasbrook" on the Kibe front yes*.
terday afternoon was followed by an
extensive fire and the loss of many
The explosion* was due to a leak In
a new gasometer., Kcaping gas enter-
ed the retort house where It came In
conitat with the fires, causing a ter-
rific exploalon. A large number of
workmen were engaged In re-building
and enlarging the plant. Twenty-fve
,of tle Iioen were eniployed near the
gas'iieoter. They disappeared in a
iiia:*% of fla'nles which hhot up to a
great height.
Fir 'ren with appaniatti appeared
quickly' on thoil ct'j', but they were
tnabil (to approach In lrge force, ow-
Ing to the Isolated situation of the
rstadilbhb iont.
ITp to at late hour last night, ten
mlen w min sitg. It il alniom t certain that all
of these are dead. Forty men were






I -
*Ae Mobley Returned From ChiUrtb He
Rapped on Door for Admittance,
'and Received Load of Shot.

Another murder has been added to
'he credit of the East Ead, which is
mgally quiet and law-abding, a"d
fom the result of whibm W. l Mebley,
* well-known young aegro, is sep
'ated from the surfatoe of t earth By
tx, feet of dirt, aM M att, MUler. a

kat sestioas* er4to be ^r- Upon ....
ed a emanmr tbls thJtq *1
etafs rellUiou worship at a neigh-
i It appears that Uobley, the victim. S'
4 the MillUe womaN had beeU ldiTv- ep E-'
'g together for some time, t Maho h "
4ey were. umarried. After a brief s tyle C
arsel early Sunday night Mobley left
te house aax went to church. Upon
tumftg home after the service he .
'ped a. the door, but lnstea of I
Pdmitting hia the woman emptied '
WM, contents of one barrel of a shot ,'ris S mi
,*a loaded with No. 4 shot into hie

* *'"


Wew" b tobe"
for iftomeii wlng

AS In~m


bte moment you strike
SIand touch it to the
powerful iye heat radio.

he avll, with a. it
S an cam to look at-
So matters.
'Jesse Q. e *the clever repre-
senat(ve 4' het H. W. /tontr
Trunk ai Mg Company of Richaemd,
left yeeteria for points l 80outh
ho it ntreet of .hi Sra.
Deputy ate m4E (le. W. Uvingiton
SNewhbrw was In the dty yesterday.
e w- ^aaled by his ydg
de hu y

bumst for 9 hours
ng 'O Its brass
4 quarts.
6t "I

rgravee aSd It
r, Mary, after .,
awrray" thr.

P Sftpls, =T -W_ ,
hIis is 1enWiMs P 114 s t lWO

l^ ?im^ pills. Deiftto CPai
^sliSt11 *wW1 Mps biv 1*r thei
*SSSL~i sp f or ate br3s orw
,nd a eepeslaIy for psa. .ol .
.-ged H 4iUsow atof Jackimaville i
$200 a eo the ci*ty yeerday en *
o. mi ; aloor habsM Miksmy,
were his wits and two children have
be viNsitigf relatives tor the pst
R 3J S l y4q They will company bi t
AADS. | o 't6 ritttli to JacloOaviL I
6 O<* A*m** the prominent visitor to
Z Galeste Oyestelrday was Hoa. J. T.


n Oil Heater is the new

I. Device
e heater is handled by

o high-this automatic

heat that carries cow-

ckel--o cast iron to break-
Sftece of steel-damper top
heat will not tarnish-halidle

0..9 WrPAYt
^orwM inr

row Cir utw or.me ,,.oh-,u1,-.1Jh F
I. ki.ias< him inetstly. WILL 8 LD PINN MOMBL Wito, Ju of the rmcit coun. Un M
The alarm was given, when the ighth Jdil Circuit, who ame
1e1r wMan was arrested by Deputy J- S. Simonton of Miednfpy Will Have d n os piOfslonal bseess. JalUdge
S M. Riles. Sbe was arratgn Woesns' numerous friends, Including .
sJustice Dyes' court and sentene- n t m nty embers of the bar and others, a JACSOI VILL FLORIA
to Janl without ball to await the ao. J. B. Sloeston u Mleoopy will always delighted to see him. JA__ IL_ FLORIDA
of the grand Jury at the spring soon havee pof the st and met Ameng the prominent visitors to
of the Circuit Court, modern residences nla the county, to teJy 1 Hen. 3. arley Warren er t Ac of
.Oficer Riles brought the woman to cost in the neighborhood of $6,000 and oU Apalroteol ar who e here as a
I Tuesday. She does not deny the a home which will afford every co Hm- aAlrdn
illi but declares it wa"s a act of tort desirable. The contract has been guest of his brother, Hon. Shield
fense. let to H. Depsey of this eity, and arren. Mr. Warren h Th e Ive Stock anu An culurr
Sp e possible position of postmaster aThe Florida Uve Stock and Agricultura
provides for every convenience con. Apalloola ad Is one of the young-
S'h Apalachicola, and i. one of the young-
TOP PROM TRAXLER. Dempsey went to Mlanopy a et postmasters in the State.
State Fair Association
I Meeting of Baptist Asocation-A few days ago, when he went over the The next time one of the children
rr -ther Note. plans with Mr. Simnton ad secured watch cold, give It something th will One Hundred and Ten or More Days of High-Class acing
Marriage.-Other N oshi.b approval. The house will be two promptly a-d freely but Uently moTe
|aM held at Oak Grove Baptist inviting verandas, and will be equip, at once be driven out of the system. mole races each day. The best horses in the United State'
aljltluh lasting for three days, Novem. ped with the latest in sewerage and Kennedy's laxative Cogh byrup
W O4f. 37 and 28. The vlttingt manle. other modern appliances, includln moves the bowels promptly and freely, will race daily. The most noted jockeys of both Contiin nt
were Rev. B. U. Rogers of Gaines acetylene gas lights. yet gently, and at the same time heals will ride.
itlle and Rev. J. C. DuBose of Lake Contractor Dempeey expects to be. Irritation and stops the cough. It Is
ty. All who attended express them- gin worke on this building at once, and especially good for children. 8bld O 30U O iM A a i t n Prei
ves as being well pleased. -the contract provides that he will by all druggists.OvervenAway Stakes and Purse
A wedding ceremony wa perform. liver same complete within ninety Attention Is called to the advertise. Weask that yoiu attend and judge for yourself as to th
F. ed here on the afternoon of Novem- days. ment of the Guarantee Shoe Store,
"br 28, the contracting parties being Mr. and Mrs. Simonton are clever Morris Cohen, proprietor, which ap.- morality of racing, and also tp see that the best p(ophl 0
Slilas Clark and Miss Lills Alligood, entertainers, and their new posses- pears elsewhere. Mr. Cohen, who re- the country patronize the sport and that racing brings tlho
with Rev. 0. W. S. Ware offlciatiln. *lon will afford them much more con- cently opened this store on West Un- nds of people ad million of dollars to the State.
The bride was attired in blue, with venlence In looking after the happl. ion street, has introduced a new de.and of and do to the tat
bat to match, while the groom looked ness of their friends. parture in the shoe business here,
his best in conventional black. Only since every pair of shoes which goes BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
a few intimate friends and relatives A Hearty Appetite out of his place Is absolutely guaran.
itnessd the ce Begl o ort Is what moet babies have, but is of teed, or they will be replaced with a T. V. Cashen, Pres.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. Mgr.
i Whi t a ended pofh st O so benefit to them If they have worms, new pair. F. J. Pons, 8o.-Tres.; Joseph H. Patterson, F. P. Lo)r
Whirove attchurchnded preaching at Oak Be s your baby Is not troubled
Mi Grove church Su nd ay. t Ie with them. Sure symptom&-always YOUNG MEN WANTED.
Graham spent Sunday evening very unIryrng under thees, o. nt
Spleasatly at the home of Mr.J.*. Jn in In weight and yellow complex- Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks
SVaughn. lon. A few doses of White's Cream MOM to $14 Y,0ar ea -Free
SMiss Mae Vaughn i. visiUng her Vermifue will expel all worms. It Sholarship Are Offered. ,O 8
emoaMai Mlss Lentt Vaiughn. Is a positive cure 'ad reliAble. Price Uncle Sam holds spring examina. -________ J___ __
ata M Le Vaughn.5 cents per bottle. Sold by W. M. tons for railway mall clerks in this SAV A, A --
Johnon. _vicinity.
A REPORT9 GOOD PRQOREr,. The ob ii for life; our are short,now
S--- An Approaching Marrage. salary twice monthly and vacation. to I
.N0thing Done to Improve Road, But Information comes from Forest To any young man this .is the oppor. ORDERS on NEW FALL
Subscriptions Being Made. Grove to the .effect that a wedding tunity of a lifetime. o
SWhen asked yesterday relative to will be celebrated in that vicinity on Thousands of appo atenats are to and W INR STYLES of
Sthe status of affair of the Galnevlille- Oecember l6th. when two well-known be made. Common school education
Newnan's lake hard road. Phillip young people. Joseph Sikes and Miss I. all you need; city and country peo-
Miller, who has the matter of solicit. Willar Grimes, will become man and ple have equal chance. Start to pre.
tag and collUAtng subscriptions in wife. The event it beinl anticipated pare now-free information. Free
hand. reiorted no actual work so far, with a great deal of Interest, a the scholarships this month. Write Im. CLOTHIN G and
Sbat subscriplUone continue, and at the contracting parties a quite popular mediately to Central Schools. Dept
presentt rate In a fetw months there among a large circle of frleads. 163. Rochester. N. T. 4
will be sufficient funds to begin actual I The wedding will take place at For. --- I
operations. eat Grove church, and In the evening Barbecue and Picnic.
"You know large matters movt( the bridal' couple and their tfreads We desire to announce through your --TO *--
slowly," remarked Mr. Miller. "but we will be entertadl ed at the hopitabie columns that the town of Hawthorn
will pgt there after a while. People home of Mr. and Mrs. 81ke.. Masonic fraternity. Odd Fellows and
Snow that a drive to Newnan's lake Woodmen will give a big barbecue and
will be a big things, and they ar PeFor FeverishneMs and Aching basket picnic at the laying of corner W om en and Children
gradually beginning to reallse that Whether from MaMlaIoes coditiona, stone of their mew temple Dec. 16th.
about the best way to get a road Is colds or overeating, try Hicks' Cape 105. at 11 *cbeLk. Lodges will as-
to .utwwrlbe toward its construction time. It roedea the feer and re bl at 10 o'ek. All iavited. Write for bulletins describing the new styl
I feel that within the next few lTeve the acing. Ita's lHqud-lO. 15 C.C. MORRON,. W. M. Fall and Winter garments, and ask us to qu,'"
amothb we will have saitelent money atnd M oents at drig stores. Hawthorn Dee. 1~o 8, I w
tO start the actual work. and this will press on any article you might wish to purcha-
mean that interest will increase to oT ce tar 9 lag cards. It you want a seek try a want ad.
e a pitch that the balance will be t Mail
compsratively easy lA--L.IomITh6 O ml t aMlRumt Mail

Tablet. Druggists refund mosey tf
It ball to core. I W. tOrve' signa-
tre tIs O eaiN bx. m .&

Order Houe in the South.....


Aconu, jut aw"WAtee It mase
mm 0 mach. C% kmsa" so~e
One Cough *veCmgis.. pei
;!?. jww*6slp& ckL old A v eis c" wyee
#AS 1'r *do a a hesw y#aIssHOWt

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Feels IdldigRIt That Lit-
or No Money 4IaSe n Ix-
ponded in Their mhalf..
.......... ..

a determination togm It they
aot induce the Board.4 ( County
lioners to do aeg'thing for
in the matter of bptr roads in
Arher district, quite a delegation
tWat district apjelred before
at its regular meetthg this
and asked tbati sle. itg be
tio relieve the sitqkdj. !
delegation waS atrh smtaed by
Bts all along the road between
o and Archer, ** their ap-
nswill no doubtfl.dM some ef-
One of the delq&i a, stated
Sun representatkd that the
ille-Archer road ba14 received
attention than aiy ,her in "the
and that the highway es been
in a most deplorable condl-
gt times almost Impasmable.
issioner May o, b e Archer
is in hearty BYIr 3 y with
vernent for Improvlt, md says
raey to begin wk in Mhis dis-
c ,.l'Try 1, and pash fhe road
to hki line without delay.
c.mntnittee, or delegation, com-
SDr. i. F. Rice, C. D. Wood, Win.
G. L. Taylor, M roe Ven-
8. T. Fleming, George Gibbons,
iT. Chesnut, John Holly ana J. G.
*the best evidence that the people
bcer and vicinity are anxious for
aoent hard-surfaced roadway con-
ag that progressive town with
eunty capital, a liberal subscrip-
I was recently raised for the
Ole of defraying an much as pos-
h the expense of constructing

he synimtoms of kidney trouble are
i y disorders, weak back and
kachc, rheumatism and rheumatic
Im and Iwinges, pains in the groin,
Th,.r, is nothing as good for
fyf and bladder trouble as De-
It Kidney and Bladdelt Pills. You
I depend upon them to give entire
Wfattion. They are antiseptic, act
aptly and soothe pain. Sold by
rg Futsiture S re

Te Would Cal

he Public's


TO the fad t&M everylhAI4 eel
tQai a Furaljwe dmene's I
the uPward bindin1IN p6iM.
Wearesadvisew by anu me
factarers thm ORW Dinember
III all 'erase prlse ieWM
h@ad anewas ~ 5I* a* ad.
Our St*Cb i beW&6 1111"
hsueht with adsbleimise
'i". aad ftw"@ e ersws.
760 tocdu vlq e pufng ee

Gow Wud au~dvift soi
"a't1 CaO' sMle ismson
"0' or wrb is d ma sed&

tart S4,,, sec prime. Th
a'a 0"6.4 woshe. lie
fl aw~gg~ ahm b

ow b"Mid040

to. d *iv 4

Attended Meeting of Republican State
Central Committee Tuesday.
lions. Henry S. Chubb and Shields
Warren, register and receiver of the
United States land office in this city,
respectively, returned Wednesday
from Jacksonville. where they went
to attend the meeting of the Repub-
lican State Central Committee, of
which Col. Chubb is chairman and Mr.
Warren a member.
This meeting was held for the pur-
pose of transacting any business rela-
tive to party affairs. Many recom-
mendations for appointment were
made, and among others Messrs.
Chubb and Warren were recommended
for reappointment as register and re-
cbiver of the land office here at the
expiration of their present term inl
1911. This will prove highly satisfac-
tory to the people of Gainesville, as
well as patrons of the land office gen-
erally throughout the State, as they
have given the affairs of the office
an ].onest, faithful and popular ad-
Vn di k,..1h -- 1- .- rpe

nU0. UltlOu reports tile Inetlog ont.,
of the most largely attended in the Meeting of the Boards.
history of the party in this State. and The regular monthly meeting of the
the meeting was harmonious and en- Board of County Commissioners con-
thu slastl ol vened Tuesday and concluded Its sem-
The Metropolis of WVednesday con- sion yesterday. The proceedings will
gained an amusing three-columnucar-e published as soon as they can be
toon of the gathering of the politicians recorded.
around Chairman Chubh. who was at- The regular monthly meeting of the
tired in the role of a "pie woman," ioard of Public Instruction was also
and. with a big knife, was dishing out held Tuesday, when a great deal of
the pie to various hungry aspirants. busitless pertaining to school matters
It was a clever attempt, and The Me- transacted.
trololis cartoonist is to be congratu-
lated. Don't Be Hopeless
RADIANT HAIR. About yourself when you're crip.
pled with rheumatism or stiff joints -
New York Society Women's Hair of course you've tried lots of things
Matched Only by Parisians. and they failed. Try Ballard's Snow
For many years the clever women Lin ment-it will drive away all
of Paris have been famnd for the aches, pains and stiffness and leave
magnificent beauty of their hair. you as well as you ever were. Sold
"Glorilous hair," a Virginian calls by W. M. Johnson.
it; "so radiant and luxuriant that it
not only attracts but fascinates, aid Notice of Stockholders' Meeting.
compels unstinted adilratloii." Nolire is hereby given that a stock
But now that the elite of New York, holders' meeting of The El Tony Cigk.a
ever anxious to improve their (Company will be held at the office
beauty, have learned that Parisian of the corporation at Waldo, Florida,
Sage, a remarkable and almost mar- 9 o'cltok a. m., D)ecember 31, 1909, for
velous hair nourisher and bIautifler, the purpose of considering a proposed
is almost entirely responsible for the :mnetndi:.vent to the charter.
charming hair of the ladies of France. C. C. TROW\Vi1111tIK.
the demand for it has become enorni- Secretary.
A Philadelphla chemist who analy- For a build. easy action of the bow
zed Parisian Sage said: It Is the els, a single dose of IDoan's Hegulets
Ideal dressing fur the hair. The hi- Is enough. Treat ment cures habitual
gredients are so scientlili'ally collmbli- (onstilpation. 25 cenit a box. Ash
ed that Parisian Sage is first of all a your druggist for them.
hair grower, because it surely de- --- -
stroys dandruff germs, and nourishes
the hair roots.
"Second. it puts life, substar'' and A
hIlliancy into the hair. which ini.
"Third, It Is very delicately scent- A R A N
ed; is n)t a particle stick) or greasy. _s__s__... .
and does not contain onIe atom of 1n) -
thinghal that could possibly injure scalp (
Parisian Sage is now nold all over
America by progressive druggists.
sed In Gainucvill, by W. M. Johnson.
who is glad to guarantee it to eradi-
rate dandruff. stop falling hair and
ieching scalp in two weeks or money
Price ents. Made In America ute
by Glroux Mfg. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y..
who fill mail orders. The girl with
the Auburn hair Is on every pakae
attainn Lynch's Good Work. I

After a brief visit to his family in
this city. Captain (;eo. M Lynch, chair
of secondary education in the 'nlr.
sity of Florida. and who ha tbeen for
the past few weeks one of the main
speakers In the- ,educational camlsalgn
throughout the Stale. has lgone to
Lake City, Jasper. White. Springs.
Live Oak and other points in West
Florida, where be sill conclude bis
tour of spe cb.makinlg.
Captain Lynch mI not only o"ne of
tbe leading -du(.,tOrs of the late,
but an orator rdof 'r.pttkoal eloiuenre
Oad ability. an4 talks lknog ds-
eatioal lines ar- bound to brlng
The Ceruct Time
To stp a eough or cold i Jist as
smo an It start-tb-4e there will be
1e dainM of poeumoela or COOM P.
tba. Jut a few d& Of Itllar's
Horebod Byrmp taken at th tat
-o em 11falwtthe tA
g W .Mllbe11110r. 1 & eweia
1 .K.by V. M. Ji**5
o sem M

All Kinds



iget a
merchants hos word i has goo
a. top;

VMaol Is costsily a wonderfu m
Mr. Toppan is one of Lynn's mo
merchants, whose word is as good
The reason Vinol is so success
contains the two most world-fame
ening, body-building elements o4
YowMr oey Back U I

urday 1,413 paMsengers rode on the
various cars.

Whether from colds, best, swtomua
Jr nervous trouble, Capadlne wilt
relive you. It's liquid-pleasant 14,
ke- ots lIa edtataly. Tr'y I t.lc
e ad I6A at all OrM Mitiw

Have your stationery easily printed
at The Bun offeie. We carry a well
selected stock of the best paper
wbbch are printed at reasonable rates



PAN, Lynn, Mass.
.ured of severe compound
cold and cough by

om Dec. 20, '08. to March I, ',
d three bad colds, one on top of the
r. I got so weak I could hardly
round. Nothing seemed to =_
until I began to take Vinol. The
mg was magic. Three bottlescomrn
ely fixed thint compound cold *ad
ped thto terrible cough-and what
rises me most, at the same time
redmeofaseveqe stomachtroable
has bothered me for 20 years.
>st prominent and highly respected
I as his bond.
sful in such cases is because it'
d tonics-the medicinal, strength-
Cod Liver Oil and Tonic Iron.
'ou Are Not 8atised.
)ruggist, Gaine.ville.

An Informal Hop.
The young men of the city tender-
ed their young lady friends an In-
formal hop at the Elks Club last
.About sixteen couples were present,
and all who attended reported a most
delightful time, the temperature being
fine for (lancing exercihes.
Sandy Urahain acted as floor man-
ager with his usual grace.

Her Heart Was Broken
Because her complexion was bad
and she could find nothing to clear
It r:p. ladles a bad complexion Is
caused by an inactive liver. An Inact.
Ive lier will be put In perfect condi-
tion b) taking Ilallard's llerbine. T.he
unuqua'.lei liver regulator. Sold by
V. M. Johnson.
Faturdui and Rundqay of latt weekk
werv two vet)> guxl duya for the St.
i'letertburn nl ad'ulf railway Ont lt.

Ralph Chapin .................S39,71
OGanesville High School ..... .3.638
North alinesville Itall ........7,5i
Miss VIda liarron, 1i.ll. ......... 34.04
Miss Annie Price, Wade....... 5,.08
Miss Mattle Jenning. Rochelle 34,830
Miss Hesule Waits, Hawthorn.. U22,
Minss Roa I.. Hives. IIgbh pese. 18,71L
M is ICv&a Powell. Alachua ..... IIO
L 0. IMrm.

Tg sw t "i *msii -, .-- t-

m lw k Ih mtt.r,,v-E,,,,*

wiH be Sod Positively at Cot for One We


StH,Usxtt sl eqW s inriur tsr


in the History

of Florida


Mattury centers around
the tabie where the hoae
1o0 pther together or
a good, old-fashioned
Hoday Fea In keep-
Ste of uch
occemoom h tIe quaiht,

Ti channinL patte
recalls hea1=oufoart day|
of Colonial times-days
when La Fayet wa a
htlored ,
Towle&W pr.
features that have
made the plain, old*
ImlOmd spoons of
Colonial day coveted

oudlfacd without

A Pleasing Gift
We Abe La Fm L& (F e Sam
Is P rvwiy ler Wf pup -a
mqeof pinaeM t aeus
Irollow lag i the vote la piano Ceo*
it as counted December 8th:








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-~ A as test O~oe Mr caIU5Vl

AL A VOCUA3t..-Jtw AM Publehe.

V. B. 1"Un"P. .SUbt. OaMPOeliBOOMs
am@*' In Nam"aas Ses
on B W. Vain So NK X. Tebphaus 3M
f Daily SMpvu~libd every manm
thecity, dm UWeato MY Wt d th
OVEN" sixmath; "so" three mu0tahs;
I@ mfa for It" Wseks lothilctly in ad-

seea" netsm ftk low ininE 10 .( ltot
*~~~~~~~ m u minom a ents Icr
YAtes'fadsp Slay adve"t snuMade

'1% wGrgoe.-Week S n..pt pae,
euma pepr. pobUe .*e 'very Mmw-
; Ja'sad Thuseay. and netalas al UM
fet the week. lo.. Stat and SM**
a wil he mailed, pates. Iree% to
part ot the United States, for *S.'
4earn4a advanee*
SAU an ertsUes bobe beom due after
ONt aesaraoe of adsvertaSMea. naem
SeNarwie stiupulated in eaSntret. Part
s t kmesira to ww be re ede to pay
IN asiy"taIdn In advase. Ad4es"
Otei.- ,nrta


The 4o uanuot guarantee the
SW Mrtson dvorUeammi la the un-
day U50t unsMee the copy I handed
Is early rriday mornlsn. This also
pplie to changess ain advrtsements
aedy r nnins In the paper.

"Get Cook and Peary, out of the
SWay," advise The Detroit Free Pres.
Do It yourself.
Abe bef, the San Francisco poll-
Utiea., has been released from prison
em $300*00 ball.
If Mr. Hawley overlooks anything
for sale, Mr. Morgan can be trusted
ito ather It In.
SThis isthe season when banks and
brokers' clerks take a deep interest' i
the earnings for the year.
No mea who is not apt at "denying
the allegation" should ever permit
bhiself to become a candidate for

Mr. William Howard Taft is the
star optimist of this country. He
says he "expects things from the next
session of Congress."
It must be a good-natured old comet.
anyhow. It is going to "sweep the
earth with Its tall" next May-right
In the midst of houa-cleaning time.
Mr. Patten of Chicago. having made
good profits out of corners In wheat.




F .-

tion to his already enormous power.
If he follows the methods of Massa-
chusetts, the best insurance system
this country has yet developed, he
will mutualise the company as soon as
possible, and, while properly strength-
enlng the reserves, will turn the sur-
plus to Its proper use of reducing
premiums. Mr. Morgan haa not
hitherto been famous for quite su6h
adoto mtlnw im a m.tis *hi dA t "al.-ill i

rusm'a tlls. s i U I, uU te 7 possii liity
corn. and cotton, may now be elsedthat the large resources of the com-
with a desire tostorce up the price of pany will be used In a way remlnis-
pranes. cent of the financing of Ave years ago N
Is always a contingency worth the coa- Grandpa haM travelled and
A voluntary increase of 10 per cent sideration of the financial district. he knows that the one
lt the Avage of 1.000 menoo has been an- There is a decided trend to the cou- whiskey which you find
sounded by the Dunbar Furnace Co., centration of financial forces at press. everywhere e HARPER.
operating coke ovens In the Connells- ent. and the Equitable transfer empha- Supply yourself with this
ville district of Pennsylvania. sies this. Wrld Famu whiskey from
Senators Lodge and Crane have join. * any loading shipping houoo
ed nla edorsing John Gardner Coolidge There is something of a lull in gen-
of IBosato for minister to China. The oral bustlness, although In the Iron and
American Asiatic Society of New steel trade the volume Is till quiteMil,,N
York also approves Mr. Coolidge fop remarkable. The coal trade has been CHIE PLL
the position, very slow to recover from the depress.
-aon, but should pick up a little with
The report of the National Ginners' colder weather. There is a good deal
Association puts the total of cotton -- -- -..-- -- -
giuned up to lkHe-ember I at 9.880,000 $100 Reward, $10& b s0.anml
bales. The amount ginned during No- The readers of this paper will be soVdinS1 R M
member was only 54 wr cent of that pleased to learn that there is at least
ginned for the same period last year. one dreaded disease that silence has *.MEN AND WOMVi
S-- been able to curet l all its stages. and ,1e'. Wly ,
Doubtless the marine who landed that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Core *- 1 ,,Ii aMsm4t-
at Nicaragua will conlader themselves Ithe only positive cure now k'town Al SwO~~O N of IR *6-mWba
eatitled to rank with the "veterans" to the medical fraternity. Catarrh *. tAnnea to.. ,e
of the Spanlah-Amerkca war who being a consltutional disease, requires *u1 1M "
eapaped out at Clemaga and read a coastltthosal tretmeat.L 9LLIa 11Oks
about the ightiMg Ia tlhe aew per. Catarrh Cure is taken datefrally, aet *e d
----Iga ddirectly spas m bodsw m.
Mr. Champ Clark now plasee the cm w urfaces of the system thereby
Democratic maJority to the solt ow destwroyi the Eftmdattem of the d i- -V
St a smdest 160. However. If te eM' asem. and giving the patiset rgth
tuft seasoN M hold out. Mr. Clark WIN by belMing up the eImatitutm sad
poreently have Republtaam even ~ ar nature la ig its work.
esaror than he's teeth n the at The proprietors have m emuch faith, &
Cogr* tna its eurative powers that they oe@r i uM'M ofWat
TOh sOe Hundred Dollar for y eoay e ai.r 'm
Om the eam day that moe o pas that It falls to cure. Bead for Mt ofM
passes Its ditvide-d eeae of the tesumoesals
poor oedItU s prevUllg t the coal ALdroe F. J. CHEINET & CO. 0i Gsow-- 11 ..
trae*." another comweae reesm divi- T6119 4%O
eatd payments easpMlned "o' boDo by anl dragglenta, e
Meant of lMprove ueilam-" The Take Hair sallf PMit I em g *
s seems to be "g beth wsu. speas t.-

A. L Gius, Gen. Supt.

L E. Barker, Traffic MR'r,

Jordan&Co., Agents, Gainesville, Fh




Should be its policy of fire insurance, which wI v r
antee a much-needed protection to the fuiny "
out part we wii
tee that our p i.ti
which are in 11i0
eat and most lb)ri ,"C"
p~aa, re armT
bes to be had. 1"1 tp
UUmMS adelow. wII!vi, t

ProtetIOnD effort'
M Othan ample ~,
*.writ or telephone
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*'- -- .otI p ~ t dry 6a" trade. "
(watt Swwass Japivsl.) 9a 0sas still make a remark-
,pst we saw a O u m ably good Awls lad raJlrosd eatn-
hoeok to the ua .t= re upovrn ags ae l.s although we bave oprob.
In bulaue. The reroatd' la the ably s the a aimuam of the ral-
Nortwet have be tied up by a reed r. It is won knows thpt here
eo atri s e, lvolvi t. hIs a awllrlm y in sch earnings sho
gand & eueatly produelng a lag, witwt. exception, the largest e
direst sad damau htNadltg of freight The demand l February. Some falling of, theefore, oT, D Sp
sor more wases saat the strike have que espr trom the 4lt o the P t e l
deqolned to Ifsten to abrgtration. It strike is the Northwest, ts ia n-order, UV'l
Is dAmed th at the afrad re a ,m ank. d we my be well sateed f the _Agf td esa caisedM by a TOR.
g some hedway nw, buut the oe,. Igurem hbw up well against thoie oef 5 S ;h y m ave you a serious
meat Au o f be taken a arls IA i GETT MTHEt Lv
that the coltawsats advance Io t he A t .A N r
prices of ccAmBAoidee wiU neeseitat As was expected, the Bosme of lrds IM CO,
higher wages. In 1'0- tbe wafet of Wrebte to' listen to the pers ion ST. LO MO.
the wok shld hast been rede.4 at som, of its ablest members and b
out a loolah Interferelq i a political t e t the Ubet iA dSt with the w 4 O8TSOt
character prP atted-a prer ad that ey ara.ow fala
meat, with the. 3rllt that massy .ea xGreat ..i t. a
wee Ismo or. bTiv prest o last threW weeds of
Is prejudlead bII the erres f the msa luportant
period; t Il. W. l tO ut f"'I of foreign news, and will
:1!, ra'-road, ,.i di They must mat Influence upon the money .... .
the Ineresa. f S vinmg eve4 arket san general busteess for the
t!.-Jy have to 1I ato q wte. l e diffilclta E 4WVE DONE G
t.o aAy Some of o I ( laglal prb* M "
bee. .. o the ity r e ler fr OTHERS;
f i The lean of the et
881KSlilME for YOU
When Coagrmes is a uin iu esi er eoe-o*ts ths will be the sed s r T
body seesa afraid to -critels the trqury borrowing, and this may be We O idJonly standard material
farmer, and at any time his m oo expected to money rates, anf is r ~ Perfecto Bath Tu
stotenle are edoed. hau aser- tbopsh it ly be possible to keep s. man tr. Le o
'mk sp. r Tbs andmuy others. Low Vtombi
eanythingto abot e t.kavefou 'r it* Peeri Don't Worry Seau
when the price of his prodst I f e jO f the year. We may be l m et that "never let go;,
tag advanced to Me adTaae a d aeas fa" ar. way. oe. f the ai SmBom; Everluting Sesu
be doe no ooasider that his owhn ob. beg a further divers.oo of British t work all ght, look all ri
Jectlons to combinations of al sort. Investme t this country., ,-; e l all uriht, satisfy all right.
apply to a combination to keep pthe
price of otton or other ommoditie, s *WHAW IN DISPELL Phone 151 2 I 3 E. Liberty
among the farmers themselves. till -
the demand for a shifting of the bur.- Ms 1 and *Wrmn Aasalmaso w Abs It.L
den whieh at present, presses so heavy. -s- -O weep. Iaad w anad elue-
ily upon the waeo-arnaf and salaried Iiest eeteesge bhav bome thin and
clause Is growing. Corporations, In A44 M ften tnolune to protalty
spite of much heady oratory to the i et1a8 u *= bit through the t tn
contrary, are payng their full share thatch m theis lumi It wll be o d
P sto the Miserable of both ssez, to
of taxation; while the farming class learn that Noewbro's Merplelde ass been
are projected at the expense of every, pissad upen the market. Thiso I the new
body elae. Moet people will admit ep m rn*s and uantisepto that aets
oy ee. o people will amit destrolt the sam or microbe that "BIF OT"IV DI3. 1, 1006.
that something should be done to In- Is the undierly came of all hair de-
orease the Inducements to return to struetion. erpldode is a new prepares
the *oil. It will be noticed that we tiop, made ater a new frmnulo n an
e t will noticed thatiely priple Anyone who has
have completely failed, even with an tried It will taliy as to ts worth. Try T a ()sinev1l for Micanopy Fairfield and lo-
almost servile adjustment of our ff Ital n Vulf..E be* oMvnoel. sSold by an 1
W asNewseod h stamps ceh... .10:101
system, to discover the real Induce.- ftr sample TheX"bCoe dei Co.. De, ~ p sol * * * **** O
meat so far. trolt. Bior a ent Ret ig, arrive Gainesville................ 4:25 p
J. Ludiford& A0.. S al A Ints. 5
The transfer of the Ryan majority Leav) Gainesville for Sampeon City, Palatka,
holding In. the quotable Life to J. a ke City, Valdosta and all points North 6:0) p
Plerpont Morgan was the event of the .
week ln the financial disttiot The Iet ring, aIive Gaineville .... ....... .... 19 P
voting trust expires next June and a.
good deal will turn upon what Mr.
MnpfMn Intedndst n An with *... MIA r i

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The Past is But an Indication of What the Future
Has in Store for Cainesville
The rush for choice residential lots in the new Sub-Division
known as


Proves conclusively that Gainesville needs more houses for its
rapidly increasing population, and4that its citizens are alive to the
vast possibilities in store for investors in Real Estate in the right


Is ideally located for residential purposes, situated as it is be-
tween the Public Square and the great University of Florida,
and fronting on both sides of a magnificent Boulevard-the
popular drive for I vehicles.
These improvements are going forward 'at once. The Insurance
and Loan clauses of our contract are extraordinary features. In-
vestigate. Buy NOW-Before the Price Advances.
$10 Cash, $10 Per Month-10N EITEEST, M TAXESI


Sole Selling Agents, Gainesvie, Fla.

Telephone 366





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While Attending ServiGes at Saptist
Church Some Miscreant DroVe
Animal Away.

When he went to worship at the
First Baptist church Tuesday evening,
F. P. Henderson, who resides near the
University, hitched his horse securely
la the vicinity of the edifice, and
went in. But when the services were
over he discovered that he bad been
relieved of the horse and buggy jy
some person, and so trace of it could
be found.
Officer Deli was notified a"d Insti-
tuted a thorough search, but to no
avail. He gave the search up at a
late hour, but shortly after midnight
Mrs. Boyd, who resides to Bast
Osinesville, telephoned to the effect
that someone had hitched a horse in
front of her gate.
The officer proceeded to the Boyd
home, where be discovered the lost
horse and buggy.
The property was returned to the
owner, but it is yet a mystery as to
who had the "nerve" to take a ride
t r without permission. Mr. Henderson
"' Is thankful, however, for the return
y, of the horse and buggy.

*: *
MELROSE, Dec. 6.-The work of re-
pairing and repainting the Huffman
* House, which will be occupied about
January 1 by the Phi Sigma College
of Prof. Geo. C. Looney, is progress-
ing rapidly, quite a number of men
being busy at work. The lumber for
the new butcher shop is also on the
ground ready for building.
At the last meeting of Melrose
Lodge 89, F and A. M., the following
officers were elected for the coming
year: P. McRae, W. M.; H. West,
Sr. W.; :. J. Whitehead, Jr. W.; H.
von Noesky, treasurer; J. M. Price.
secretary; W. H. Lee, 8r. D.; R. V.
Mathews Jr. D. Dr. McRac and H.
von Nosuky represented the Melrose
lodge at the laying of the corner stone
, of the county court house at Palatka,
and report having had a royal good
time with the brethren. They went
over in the Doctor's auto. making the
trip In fine style; as far at Carlton


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they acted as guide for Rev. W. .
Poster 6i a PlatKM In his
Raspbjet car. .Tooe 00lay cn ds
out of Intea e a nsd near Pa-Sa
were i deb appreciated after debdy
ones between.
A notice of an elationn Of t-eeO
councilmen for the town of *M e*
'on January 4, 1910, has been posted.
0. 0. Husband has improved the
Interior of the postofole by a liberal
application of paint sad varnlbh.
The Lenema witi the santa Pe In
tow Is making dally trips to aldQ
now, carrying ortge- by the arloeads.


WALDO. Dec. 8.-Foreman Adger
Sparkman is having a roof oonstiucted
over the platform at the depot which
reflects credit upon his mechanical
*kill and supplies much-needed proteo-
tion to baggage and freight shlp-
ments in transit.
Mrs. Park of Ohio has arrived to
make a long visit to her daughter.
Mrs. John 'Winter. The friends of
years of former residence here are
gladly greeting her upon her return.
John Graber, who moved here with
his family from Jacksonville a month
ago to do some carpenter work. re-
turned to that city Tuesday.
The Baptist church hat lately been
refurnished with three pulpit chairs
and an altar table and new lights by
the enterprising ladies' society of that
denomination. The furniture is ele-
gant mahogany and highly finished.
G. 0. Branning of Atlanta spent
a couple of days with his parents,
Rev. and Mrs. D. L Branning, the last
of the weelf. He runs the Atlanta
Barber College there. To his person-
al knowledge real estate has largely

The Value of Good


i aay to figure if you know what your stomach
I worth. Kodol keeps the stomach at par value,
by insuring sood digestion. Kodol cures Dyspe a.

Kodol Insures good digestion by
absolutely duplicating Nature's
normal process, in perfectly digest-
u.g all food taken into the atom-
While Kodol Is doing this, the
stomach Is restlng-and becoming
strong and healthy. A strong and
healthy stomach guarantees a
sound and active brain
The man with a sound stomach
-- stomach that is doing for the
body just what Nature intended
it to do-Is the man who is always
pre pared for any emergency. He
Is there with the goods."
The man with a sick stomach. Is
a man sick all over. When the
stomach is Irritated by undigested
food. the blood and heart are di-
reetly affected. Then dullness, un-
natural sleepiness. sick-headaches.
vertigo and fainting spells, and
es serious brain trouble develop.
K6dol wtU prevent these.
Spurring the stomach and brain

to special effort by "tonics" and
"stimulants" doesn't cure anything,
or accomplish any good. Neither
does dieting. ladiestion and the
serious allmeats which It laduces
can be averted and corrected only
by natural meaas.
Kodol supplies this natural
means. It performs the stomach's
work for It-just as the stomach
should perfotr it-while the stoea
sob takes a little rest, "for the
stomach'se ake."
Our Curanbe
lIe ba as
bnOsl44a Sap whbasswow ga

wkodol I prepared at the tobor
StorieoM mC. DeWi att 1.Chla .
Kodol t p repaid at the Mom


SG. S. Merchant & Co.

46%etm an debbe In

Staple and Fancy Crocorles
On%, GWit% SeeW a od seft~h
NW eeM~ PH"e Pw r ahm"% am a" ~ "man

4 as the day waned the party
Brofp with many good wishes for
the happiness of the youthful couple
ter a day or two they went to their
h it St. Aukustlne, whTe 'Mr.
*8 mttU, t the bakery business.
J, Kuns, a former citizen, nQw
of ttle, has sold his home here
t 91f Weakley, member of the firm
of eakley Bros. Mr. Landser, who
has been care-taker, is Instructed to
give possession immediately.
The Ladies' Home Mission Society
of the Metb9dist church is having
omal carpenter work done on the altar
mt. ptmting down a new a Np4t, and
wil'b ave the pews repainted. Next
Sunday will be Pastor Barr's last ap-
poinument for the year.
J. L. Stevens and Mrs. Leah John-
solt went to Starke and were quietly
married, extending their trip to Jack-
sonvIlle and returning Sunday, and
are at home to their friends on Mr.
3tevens' farm. Both have many
friends who wish them every good.
A dispatch to Mrs. Donaldson Wed-
neoday states that Wm. E. Crosby,
who formerly resided here, was shot
and killed near Lakeland. No further


UNION CITY, Tenn., Dec. 7.-The
jury in the case of Garrett Johnson
and Arthur Cloar, alleged leaders of
the Reel Foot Lake niglt riders,
charged with the muriler of Capt.
Quentin Rankin, was completed yester-
day. The testimony will be started
when court convenes this morning.
When court convened yesterday two
jurors were excused from the panel
on the State's motion, on .the ground
that statements made by them prior
to their selection as Jurors disqualified
them for service. This left nine Ju-
rors in the box and for a time It seem-
ed doubtful It the panel was to be
Three were finally secured. The at-
torneys for the defendants challenged
the entire Jury, wavering that the court
had of Its motion summoned venire-
men from only certain districts In the
county, which they claimed was a vio-
lation of the constitutional rights of
the defendants. The motion was
argued at some length before Judge
Jones. to be finally overruled by him.

Heavy, impure blood makes a mud-
dy. pimply complexion, headaches,
nausea, Indlgestion. Thin blood
makes you weak, pale, sickly. Bur-
dock Blood Bitters makes the blood
rich, red, pure-restores perfect
Eggs Worth Millions.
Two pctIt'l ,ui x formed the fouuidaltkmn of the great
New Vjrk stock *iwrket. if the pap
were eatien evurititi adilr a Td In
prker: V left untu.ched Wall street
shivers4 aad tquotations crumbled.
One molring the. eggp. Irvtd worth a
thouunud tluae sIlbir eihtit in l old.
for the rPwU that they bhd been rates
with relob added per 'ent to ae
tire sto-ks. E'eu I I'r tuHt on tIN
$1owin.iU1OWODX) siurltihet llx'ied Is thb
New 'ork echanige would be equlva.
lent to $l(0,.xIAo X. It) uie b trflst Is
Wall tr-et swayed "heu stsed by
hysteria. wh;'n hrpnotlized by a per-
soatlity. when lost to the sound re-
eon that tualily itrt *es it. actkos.-
Bert C. lort*a lu \au N. sine

h n ta, e and times are better
sN"lU Fohlion.
If Atoue wedding occurred at the
IQN ; i feW of Mr. and Mrs. Charts
I. M Dan Dec. 1st at high npon. Miss
U ,,C. Triest and Mr. Lucian C.
P Smit ~were united in the holy bonds
of matrimony by Rev. D. LD Branaing.
T were attended by Miss Jettle
itarvy and Mr. Mellis Triest Mr.
JaIsp Raulerson presided at the pi-
m oAMd before and during the cere.
i rendered suitable numbers in
sppvipriate tones. An elegant dinner
was served, several tables being re-
4 rei' to seat the company. AmonS
the guests were Mts. Smith-RUddell cf
t iA.gustine, pot4her of thi groom,"
S, d Mrs. W. Packham, of Fargo, Ga.,
l sntar of the brfde. Music on the
L ; violin and guitar with vocal atL-
SN tse, passed the time pleas-

The .Kind Youn ae AlwaysBoi
In Use Fbr Over 30 Years.
1 TMn 6""*"U V1 0, muimaYftmv T r. m~W"Ntem

Alfred D. Richarison


Cement Sidewalk&
All Kinds of
Cement Work
Cement Floors
and Drives
Tiling Laying and
Tile Walks
,oncrete Walks and
Stone Excavating

806 North Grove Street,
GaInevillle, Florida.



R"mups or
Now.. emeeeW aMmsf,5

a&- gIgg bweimi'
3Imk seYIY


Miss N.

Noveltcs, So S216
Scavenirs, Sbal Pi
and Picture MrIU40

106 East Libery Stre

Atlantic H
European P I'.
(Formerly the AcrI
lacksonville - - -

lames Demos, Prop. Geo. ,mcr
.00 Rooms, Refitted and R
Rates, 50c, 75c and $'.(0 F
Take Cars at Union CeCP



And you wouldn't. itty' r, it
only ask your gro(tr for o br
by the Keystone Bakery.
your grocer doesn't try vo
sorethiag "Just as -,(WA.
dlave our wagon stp t
daily and be sati~flId

thoee 1e R. T. c


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~i. Eh~ T~m Wave M U 0S ougtand which Iha,
T IWO" bmsborne the igiigat~
'~~# ~ Andhis been made mider las~
-sonal supervision sime >';Ifi
-Allow noone to decejiveyou j
A'lCI b u ta ets, p o As ad 46Jult-as.g49)(I -ire
I~pr. 'go t -alh n. rnai~rtheliz
1a~ha aa4Cll4~Wapa~aiceagainst l:~purjm

Nji hinjugtmts ubdtttute for Cazter Oil, p
g~e, I~rop s sioothbw 'Syrups. it i is leasl"Mlt.
&outinhW Nmdthesot Opum, Mforphine nor (,thdr N
!~SWdbItSRgOId Its gmaraute. ItJeit c- j'
mm~ fl~y Wssrlsuess Itcure% Difhi!rl'.i wil
-(i.It *Mieves Teethi gTroU.)c s, (~; t 4-i
eAFmUhtIo~. It asslmatcs tohe rIYtd, r"-,iiI:'wi.s
~~biiggiBowe% i, giinghealthy an~iti.;iiiurat1I

3Rear the Eignat-Uro of


EntSmith aa4-- *A
IS jtis were

P Us4
pand will e000"0-

S. modern science to produce, and that
f. uice of IDayt ssG ty woud tell the public what each
Sof RoNse 'W 00 one of these 300 or more remedies
Is marriage aM. .. talned, and that they bold Rexall
" a s Remedies on their personal guarantee
-Mt' they wbuld give entire satisfac
P's Institute was b lI, toi or they would not cost the user
grday. 9o s a single cent, they were believed.
OW maters of Et- Ever since this announcement J.
( r oftI 0f W. McCoUum & Co's. store has been
S* M a% 6I el4 patronized by people buying
s game of baket bll Ral Remedies, all of which proves
Stwo O tfat this store has the confidence of
us College WInter the people and that honesty is the
sk. Tbh4r vWM 10 best policy.
S* I There is no "cure-all" among the
..--- Rezall Remedies. There are different
Cey, a well-keOW M ad and separate medicines, each one de-
M gair of St. Auutlnwte, vised for a certain human ailment or
ok in the Flagler Hoa.3itaJ a class of ailments closely allied. For
of a complicattogi Instance Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are
recommended for the positive relief of
.---- stomach Irritation, indigestion, flatu-
Sautomobile t nce and dyspepsia. They are rich
aTrsasfer Comnpayt I la I Bismuth-Subnitrate, Pepsin and
aeed in com slam last Carminatives. They are prepared by
the first time ao d.were special processes which perfect and
the first time a- LWere

party recently left Titus-
aBmp hunt at loper's
i 14 miles southwist Of
They returned Wedne-
kee deer, a doe and two

Ms electric light plant la
searlng completion, and
g will soon have lights on
A nice concrete block
leing erected for the pow-

ie fire escape system has
led at the Daytona Opera
huth LBeach street by the
Graham Thompson. There
ke exits besides the main

no & Co. are having a fhie
*Me ilant built at Eutis.
k will be a concrete block
I kted up with an up-to-
They will be prepared to

I schooner Dorothy, which
irchased by a Pensacola
bting house, while on her
c tity from Boston made
Mt of rid snappers, brings
h Pounds.

tegian bark Catharine,
NU Arrived at Pemsacola
k after a rough voyage
^ reorts losing SBSman
1Iom atxm)rd durtIg the
S terrific storm which the
FLered on the voyage.
rooa the fourteen-yar.-
A dadf A colored, of Titua
'l,,, !.i t week by the
tare, uf a shot gun.
i:1 the right fore-
i.* i lthe brain. The
S'' ^ '.-clousnees.

-" of Mr. and
1Mii was very

A. Dolan
ldli' Troatment .for
c~t! iles' Eyes

S ~Florid&


La Rebulhi

A *;e ily -a At,


uenance tue great remeuial value of
these well-known medicinal agents.
This remedy sells for 25 cents, 50
cents, and $1.00 per package. Every-
one suffering from stomach disorder
should try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets.
inasmuch as they cost nothing if they
do not satisfy.
Remember, J. W. McCollum & Co's.
store is the only store in Gainesvllle
where these remedies may be obtain-
ed, and everyone in need of medicine
is urged to investigate and take ad-
vantage of the frank and generous
manner in which they are sold.
seriously If not fatally burned Wed-
nesday afternoon by his clothing
catching fire. Several other children,
it Is said, were playing with matches
,and accidentally set the clothing, of
the little victim on fire.

At a recent meeting of the iusineass
Men's League In St. Augustine it was
unanimously decided that the city
needed better protection from dangers
from storms, which can be secured
only by the erection of a more ade-
quate sea-wall. A committee of thirty-
eight was appointed to boost the

How Sugar Melts.
Ift we drop n lump of sugar 4nto a
cUp of tea we find it takes a consider-
able time to melt If allowed to remain
at the bottom of the vessel. but If we
bold it up in the spoon near tPe Our-
faee of the liquid it dtisolrve much
MIa rapidly. This Is owing to the
sugar as it melts rendering the portion
of the tea containing It heavier. The
sweetened part. therefore, descends.
leaving the'ugar cotmtantly In contact
with unsweetened or only partially
sweetened tea-in fact. a continual
circulation of fluid Is promoted until
the whole in dissolved. When the
sugar is placed or permitted to lie at
the bottom of the cup It dissolves until
the layer of fluid net It Is thborouglily
sweetened or saturated. when it prac.
tically ceases to dissolve any further.
the sweetenD aijd hbeivier tiratumw
above it acting for a considerable tIlHW
11til the law of diffusion conme graod
ally into play. like an lnmptrvioulN ('',
ertln. in keepiris back thie tighter. uI'
sweteed fluid above; nb.oce the r.-I
so also why stlrrlii. in tbre'i."lng up
tIe saturated anyfr and allowi"Ing t.
tee the aunaeetenfl portion. Is so
effrUtial n toni i;g Saooit te uni
form sweetening of teI. Life to Dlt ln-
fequitly sweetened by i e amne tlr-
rnw up prw-eM
Stiop Itching Instantly. Cures piles
eMMsa aklt rberum, better. Itch, blve.
berps. scabies-i-l)oa Ointmnt. At
any drug store.
ypewriter ribbos for sale at ts
0b. The bet oa the markt- Only
sv eeg? Oets. All coklo a=4 fo
-e -i s amierd maehssn
1io ja of swrtag6 1a1. tn tM
apM 0mais t me* a wO keI
a", Powwow&**


To eO Civen Away By


Bcier 31.

Having arranged thia Ibesla
one of the best Piano- Maa*t
In this country to supply uas wi
following Piano, Style 17. guar
ten years:
Case is double veneered nasi
out, inside with beautiful whit
pie, well finished; outside with
ful mahogany. Beml-colonial ti
with pilasters and trusses to
Its appearance. Full empire to]
irop molding.

Cheeks and toe
many thicknesses
stability in wear.
with compounded
sure stability and
Back is made of
maple, consisting

blocks built
to insure a1
Case is eq
key bottom
uniformity of
quarter sawed
of six posts.

The sounding board is of Cal
spruce, cross ribs of the sam
trial, running at right ang
wounding board from corner to
of the entire width of the so
board area.
Treble and bass bridges lam
and built up of many thickness
the choicest quarter sawed '
pin block laminated and built
five different layers of wood, in
absolute stability of instrum
stand in tone. Imported Germs
Ing pins and strings, double rep
wood flange action, splendidly
lated, and 13 pound hammers
choicest material: white mass st
Ivory keys of a splendid qua
Ivory; noiseless trap work and
The Iron plate of this piano




For--- -

This coupon may


rFor .0li4 err 'A
of it -we rec- 4

neither the:
wthnor th

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Vwat the lwest



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Fine Mahogan


Total Cash Ve

lOSe Over Dattom Dfsuk. nowb N


@0"ee~bU -'tboiif mawIN

S'' D J AL
N with tmr heavy ftatoreed and of the be ,
eturers bell metal, plate is finished to dark D B
th the olive gree Guarantee is nast la to
anteed of plate. This piano is equipped with 0 S1 .. n
double wheel castor s. i
de and We will give one vote for ach pen. '
te ma- ny spent with us In our different do.e TC. ADKINI
beaut- partmenta. Watch out for our ad. -
style, in every issue of The Sun. Cut it
match out and bring or send it in to us and Atti
p with we will allow 6 votes on each or the
amount stated thereon. Our first ad. Pot
will allow anyone entering the race
up of 100 votes. The only ballet box will Gainsville -
bsolute be found In our establishment, where --- -
uipped you are to vote. Branch office of I .1' BAKX
to in- Manufacturer In Cincinnati, Ohio, *
touch. from whom the Piano for this contest ATTOR
d rock was purchased, have agreed to re
deem through bu the ten $100 Cer- Sl.01Cl'ltil
ifornia tiflcates as follows: One certIficate
i o each for $100, which will be redeem.
les of able in cash as a payment on any (AIgNKHVIL1S
corner piano they manufacture. Ofmi iu
1. The contest la open to anyone
ninated living in Alachua county who is known A i4"I
sies to by tth conductor of the contest or
maple, vuched for by some reputable per a,
up of son, to them well known.
suring O A sell yo
tent to 2. No empolyoe, attache or reina ro ved an
in tun- tive of the proprietor of J. C. CStll trucking and fa
eating are eligible to parliclpate In this con a list of what ly
re-u. test, and will partlilpate in no man -----
of the ner. IMANK CLARK.
lity of 3. In the event a candidate decide O*.LARK a IP
I thre to withdraw from the race, such catli .
dldate will not be allowed to transfer
votes to the credit of another oaadi- fTas Is e a
is ex. date in the ontent.
Olees Over
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COUPON-Good f(or


We MakeI
be cast at our place of business. Claw
R DECEMBER 15th, 1909. Better
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Po teyLW.

MOM". W nlaUM
WIn -
Ofalsellte Nalial
insevitli. Vertde.


)N I Nov.

SSpeciaty of All
of Dray Work.
See Us First.

I W.h Now Nu I

*jiu' :oityjewlr REAL ESTATE

itat real watc

$2 $36 UfTMM-UTWMg
t6 o~oJ~J Now EnvglJease-

Tamtooa& inleA~b" m e
so -"-o


lwE w w v a a w m

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~ineavillte People Greatly Interested
in the Generous Offer of
J. W. McCollum a Co.

The people have already demonstrat
,ed that they would rather trust a mai
who is naturally honest than one \\1c
Is honest only beenube he hai to b..
. J. W. McCollum & Co. have a tiru
ly established reputation for squai
dealing and sterling honesty. \Wbhe,..
they told the people that Rexall Reitu
dies are the purest and most depenu
-able medicine. that it is possible tfo

M E M WIO L M bi St. Northl' I.Te
ON phe 11e OLo00 ebars 9 to 12, 3 to 5,
and bp % pfltmet Graduate of
.Amertlss Ot. patby under
p founder -d it X^istleNo.
y PianoDLJ. .T

IrwIC GOalnesvile.

p -ff-Room 1 a. O
$| 275 11 1 Buldn. OU t




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V hat Has Happened and What is Ge
Ing to Happen-Peronall and
S0 8oelal Item of the City

J. M. Shaw of Alacha was tans-
acting business nla Ganesvllle yester,
E. 8. Mixson of Wlliston was in
the city yesterday on a brief visit to
Solomon Warren left yesterday for
Leesburr on business and pleasure
. Wm. j. Leary, Jr., and L. J. Taylor,
of Jacksonville, were registered at the
S Brown House yesterday.
J. R. Feaster, road overseer In the
Alachua district, was among the vis-
Itprs to thfs city yesterday.
Call on J. B. Brdoks for anything
In ruats, candies and cigars. 08 B.
Union street Free delvary.
Don't rget the basket ball pgam
this afternoon. Game will be called
promptly at 8:80 o'clock at the ball
For the next ten days John Furnl-
S ture eagle will bell a guaranteed $10
Sanitary Felt Mattress for $6.95--Cash
*' Among the visitors to this city yes.
terday was B. W. Waits, a well-known
resident and farmer of the Hawthorn
A. P. Stuckey of Ocala, president
of the Tampa and Jacksonville rail-
way, was In the city yesterday look-
ing after the affairs of the road.
n C. W. Baukuight, for many years a
leading merchant of Archer, but re-
oently retired, was among the well-
known visitors to this city yesterday.
If your purse permits, we offer un-
excelled fare and service for $2.50
per 4ay-$3.00 with private bath-7oc
for shigle meals. We do not publish
our menu as our guests advertise that.
The Brown House.

Dr. A. Dolan



Magnolia Hotel Gaineaville



Near Government Building.


Bread., Cakes, Pies

Wagon delivers twice daily. Leave
your order at Bowman's store. Our
bread on sale at all stores handling
bread. A trial order appreciated.


Grafted Pecan Trees
S Adsi ee*W lsdepemdest
-Safe, Sure Iavetment-
Beas TiaSbel Varoilai, e asy
Quetlty. rr hlther r erhe.

aineavtilie. iernds





Neat to Magtnets Het



KIM&s of Elte Wes'k PueNOMp
and Preperty Sa6

~ wek a opelN
so stobadeld uMpIS

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.W. IL Themes P,Psdoft.

L. 0. Timer, Qlier.


%'. K.S90ne
j.. i6Padge.
h. F. Do#*"#
0. A. Maultsby.

W. a. TilOelas
W. I. Taylor.

Four Per Cent Paid in

Savings Departinent

W. M. Carlisle and A. Goolsby of
Monteoaoh were trading In the city
H. F. Spence, superintendent of
the big Colson farm at Arredoudo,
was trading In the city yesterday.
R. D. Medlin has returned from
Williston, where he has been looking
after his extensive lumber Interests.
Absolutely Perfect-Blue Ribbon
Lemon and Vanilta Extracts are absoo
lutely perfect In purity, strength and
flavor. *
J. C. Halle, who conducts an ex-
tensive plantation near Alachua, was
in the city on a brief businqsa visit
John Furniture Beagle Is Just a lit-
tle overstocked, and for the next ten
days will Isell you goods at about cost,
for the cash.
Special Agent Chai. Pinkoaon of the
Atlantic Coast Line left yesterday for
Cornell, Marion county.' and other
points, on official business.
The Town Team will play the Jun-
ior High School girls at basket ball
this afternoon. Game called prompt-
ly at 3:30 at baseball park.
N. R. 1. Kite of Waldo, good-natur-
edly termed "Alphabet Kite," came to
Galnesville on business yesterday. Mr.
Kite is one of the Jolliest fellows Wal-
do affords.
"Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is the best
remedy for that often fatal disease--
croup. 1las been used with success
in our family for, eight years."-Mrs.
I. Whiteacre, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ja. M. Everett of Dell, a well-known
resident of the West End and one of
the moving spirits of the section in
which he resides, was a business vis-
itor to the county capital yesterday.
Attention is called to the advertise-
ment of Milo A. Bennett. which ap-
p6ars elsewhere in this issue. Mr.
Bennett offer grafted pecan trees,
best tbin-shell varieties. In any quan-

L& L. Stokes of Ca vilUe was trad-
uIng In te city yesterday. Mr. Stokes
is a suoceaful pecnand fruit grower,
and owns one of the handsome and
most prolilic peach orchards In that
section of the county.
Friends of Rev. BL T. Rate, the
Methodist minister of Rochelle, will
reret to to learn that 'he a b con-
sued to his room with IIhtes tor.the
past few days, but trust be will soon
regain his normal health
The regular othLy meetlag of
Kirby Smith Chapter. V. D. C., which
was postpoeMd ast week e amount
of acelemeat we er. will be beld this
afternoon at 8a: o'etock at the are
dence of Ms. IL H. McCreary. A
full atteendaseIs ered.
Dr. P. r. C. Wedward ma Mrs.
Anma P. Dok ofa IBam, N. C.. aMf
seeat of Dr. e-A M a. S. LR sW.
at their Uaneme bathAr-

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friends throughout this section. "Take time by the Forelock" and
have themst imervd. No hile oane
Dutton Pbosphate Company. We re, f graving l of goods bought of us.
gret to learn that his new position as
prneril superintendent tor this com- A UNIQUE STOCE OF
pany will nemesitatie blo moving his
family to GalnesvllUe to reside. They Imoed., WwiShe, aisld U-
ha% a great many friends In this vevewa CleakA. Jewelmy, Brie
city who are very reluctant to give Bur. Lesdahr Geed .. m;l, a.
them up. They expect to leave for ver MSHe B-_, Cal SGass m iek
Galnesville smee time in January.- P_ CdsC umSv To*Tl "ik.
Ocala Banner.
Judge 0 L. Dayton of Dade City ar- C. HL COLES & SON
rived several days ago on business and
is immenelly pleased with Gainesville.
both from an educational and business
viewpoint. After speudla one day JA KIA A ---
her. he ve d i .Gainesville rea P .S. I
estate, ai" the site chosen was U l-
versity Pleo. Judge Dayton remark- I DAJtMJ31 (l-, I
ed that Meb poverty was the rat
be had ever me that be cou un Vh.Pr imt
besitatingly recommend to his friends
for inveaamnt.
J- A. J. 9trickitad (of Hage. am
of the met widely-known ad M
succesful mrs that etea of
the ea waysW"tre tothe ty Y,6&. ,
ed in agom b es for t" t .
few damas, a eai oedI te 41
., bb bompeft ,.to1000, uthes).m eL as,, hm, La f np
eI t the emma c W meea ws lc.t "W tebWW. mlpta
-so ms yper'. a"t he wl mahe see- I,&2. mm1 m10 C. I
eo bona a *W absera -e_ eL.

wmisB aty.Ms. 'b T To
O T Mle d y ourfr

Paradise. ma*labrief business
Si X Altlion: has returned from
where he has been looitdtg
aft is interests for bthe past three
days. Gais atile
TW ClarThon. l w .w bt e
"o ran of Jaeksonvlleb, returned
stf bj after a brief business tr.p
fOthrtEs ii. 1
tu Chae of Chlcapo, manner Th
of thi--stae of C. W. Ohasm. deceased. -
t i 'r. ~ in the city, and will

'Attey. J. A. Wlillami has retu
f ftred Bronon and Cedar Key,.
kf ,,h, has bfn on professional w
t for the past few days. i IrV J I
Otus. W. Wells. Attorney F. Y. ....
* .tah Sad M.-J. Eddy, all of AkechWl,
w th e ity t ,Ay.: Mr. "'4dy

( IO4mIH eiv l eaoner is th '6w
is tof the Commer Lumber Ows
ay $ yesterday for St. Augustine O *AL
sad otler points in the interest of his
FOR SALU-Tyewriter ribbons, all
Everybody come out to the basket 8 ofics.
ball. game this afternoon at the bll M ULS-Oo. pair o.toie ml.
ptrk uad root for your ftvorite team, large, for sae. Apply to W. R.
The Town Team goes up against the Tomas.
JunimrHish School Teamn.
1U. Turner of Mtoanopy was FOR RENT-A furnished cottage with
among those who came to Gainesville modern improvements.' Apply at 701
yesterday. He brought a load of N. University street.
oranges from his own grove, which
were sold readily at good prices. OYSTERS 40c quart at Hubbard's Fish
Ooala Joins Greater Gainesville by and Oyster Stand, 208 West Union
having one of her popular citiseas, street. Phone No. 238.
B. R. Stripliqg. invest in some choice THERE S1 NO GAME LAW against
lots in University Place; This sb- anyone bunting Plank's Chill Tonic
division In becoming Immensely popu- Vs guaranteed to cure malaria
lar both at home and abroad. chill and fever. Wose 25 cents per
Mrs. Barnett George and mother of bpUle. Ask W. M. Johnson, he'll
Morriston, Pla., are registered at the probably know.
White House. Mrs. George is one
among the few lady drugglstb of our PURE SEED POTATOES-We offer
country. While here she consulted the genuine Spauldtag Rose No. 4 in
Dr. Armstrong, the oculist, in regard 10 peck sacks, $2.50. True Red Bliss
to her mother's eyes. TriUmph at $325. Bend us your
mAaon the visitors to the city Tues- orders. American Produce Comn-
day were Messrs. Venable, Wood and pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
Rice of Archer. Thee gentlemen are SALE AT A A A -A cho
well kndwA here as careful and con- and Aell-located lot at White
ervativE bu.nes men and evidently apringsd .,a t a White
believe not only in Archer but our spring F., nowsear the famous
own rapidly growing city, as they the at flows 3l,400 a lons terms
left for home all owners of lots In $5 cash and $5 monthly. For plat
Univer y Place. and full information call at Hub-
0. Henry Futch has arrived in the bard's Fish Market. 208 West Un-
city from Knoxville, Tenn. and will t
remain here for the next two or three s. P, 81.
weeks. His wife arrived several. days
ago. While here they will be guests T. A Thompson and wife of Wllle
of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ford were la the city yesterday, and
J. E. Futch, but after the holidays will while here Mr. Thompson had blhi
go to Now Mexico, where they will name placed on The Sun subscription
make their future home. list. He is an extensive owner of
ral estate toIn the West End, including
Among those who visited the counn several phosphate and timber tracts.I
ty capital yesterday was W. W. Rob- s h i b .
erts, who called at The Sun office and
entered a subscription for his niece,
Miss Eva Watts. Conway, 8. C. He i I TMS
states that his son. Justice John Rob--
erts. has been quite il with fever for A CO ES
the past few days, which will be sand
news to the young man's numerous

You hear of litigation (n .er
Ity of titles-all which rcoillI t
avoided by investing in an at
the property before it w.ii (ho
It you are consider rii. t1l,
of real estate-or havi a (d(.a
closed-insist on an alr,.ct
U3 of the parcel bft,r, y,u t
Accuracy and comii .:

Gainesv ille,


is what is creatin-.' u ,r a
mand for presdin, i ,;.
Every little feature is ,i,.n (
eat attention a nd ni i:,, ,f
allowed to leave (nJr lmn!g
Is carefully lnspec t,, :, *
comes up to the high sIand
have set. "We're goi' sme.'

219 L.

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Buy, Fell or Exchanw. '-|
ing a 81x-cialty. '. i
and Unrpm-kin f of ," r.
(onmIIlteait Men.

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14t four suM'wmstimedItOw
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of (* t *hlgattosm or the t Oettl Ao A M
Mall-estle of dwiunatig ambition May later to
'pin e eft of thp U~lted stae. tbhis M tbJl to lt t
.y metn with Prealdent Dia an coa~ea tIn a i
A T bC40 ^ itoi16-* *e 0*
to lise the close atd cordi tal a- wero ucaal 3 o aP
to ,hlch so well bind togltbchLls latar.I e ofd of3 o
I and the great republic lamem- t at5 mad
to St .ot,. between ich eb rty oi t.,*
ere i so vast a network otf m.iftl Wbb pofa Of tbh
Interests. o f
4 am happy to say that ll but ot oe Wtb1s er i
of te case which for so long vm. bie tbe alt i
low, relations with. Vee iuto itten n
beep settled within tbe past i "t c11ilst1s t
m6ntb. and that. under the enlbgt. IagI
used reggae now directing the g m e ast adata toM"
ft of Veneels. provsrlo ea ha m se to W tChlis,
=md for arbitration of the rnpatl geomin g a t to .el
ca before The Hague tribunal. tlt th i N ,ese e at
On July ) 0 tbhegovaenm t of ,c i t t. p ofII
Panama agreed. after consdMerab le ney
gotiatfon, to Indemnify the relatives of fevene to bhie
the American oflicers and sallors who torMeft beaue tai
were brutally treated. one of them lMet aliwayr letpIMI Was
han. Indee.been killed by thethat t mmh uats ,
Panaman police this year. het ti f ltM .
This government was obliled to It. d*tlae latrllt IUs M
tervene diploumatlcally to bring about carrylng ,out by
arbitration or settlement of the claim l qaseto.
of the Bsery company anglalt N lce- A4mra to & t
raga. which It had lag before b es great 'ats ppl,
agreed bsold le arbitrated. A settle- t M t
eat of this trultiesome camse wasK O rl IM W
readced by l.v iugnaturp of a protocol b B ",
on Sept. 18. ltf. sIty pntrese t whin a so-p oft
Many year ago diplotntic Interveu. AI.neol led a1e .41f 4Iterstitol '
tion became nwemsIry to tol protege. rutaio aP t r r
tion.of thi Interests In the Amwrican ore atlo a3am Wd s re rfitr a pe
clalm of Alsop & Co. galmint the tirelsly nstets I
government of Chile. The gorven I I
-ment of Chile bad freqiiently admitted t ~n wa Att A flradw a*y
obligation i, the carne and had prom.- terlai shuld u a pa2 .qm ty ~
lard thisnovenrnment it. settleit'. The' with ,t at t | fe-a01, .iswri
.had 1equ i ,,,nip..i Irts l 11 10 1 rn It
aw I h *h Oiml rmotg1lmlsla wb*H r<> roi **kto
failed Vhruglh bacrk of jurI~n~lhta. After woatb of uofual .e q .
Now. bapplly, as th result of the e- iurikiupaHl of AtSe ,'llSp lat
cent diplouutmli negotiations. the gov- IsMt ame. jrd.
erumnnts of the. Lnted States and of i,, ,,up f I le.h.lsr pa. |pfPIttlP e "ft
CbUle. actuatiled by the sliocre desire vpeti,, ta of Kpt. 1 f ltf yisr ,dt wh eC t e Oer t by I
to free from n.v strain thtse cordial W, a pr o WU, ai.kb awe*M o* total o>f S111
and friendly reiations ul-on which bo Im erl4 pblk' ~irw'n.a IIIs that t cat .A a
set sutbh store. have asrWd by a p Uoto- ,U is f It w1 i lived lau esMM ttI ~ 10 *4u0I7
col to submit the controversy to deo* .1turturts toee lto wssablloh an anop W- 11 tO 10 o I
ilire aettleteut by hi. Britanik' meae .,I of p a.laa lrl.vlus along w .t+ Wg!M ae p
ty Edward VII. ,ulth Mai uburla *ad Am ung-M .
The Niearaguan Treuble. d..a railrue ads ba hwl e e tllv id l
SIoce bthe Washilgtou conventions of Amrerlaese frew viMe dft ld of enstet- 0UtI
IoT7 were commtunitrati to the gov- riber, to take palt l wartl tay wrO 4i
eminent of te lnlted StIates as a rco- Iy treaty w rlU Chbei pU Atr &
suiting and advising party this g*u. a thorouMgh essadeul c wo thee i .
trunient babeen eIls <.c>ntinuously sme aod of tbe wre mr l ages1*i
called upon by use or another and I0 d0urM G eat 11 e WerMtary of 4et* re1 a MOW
tron by all of th( five l'entral AIwr- e4 the c erlupio rthat so ,
$an republk-s to exert itseltf for the Ay was latweded or
maintesaDes of the cot eatluoa. Near. This M e vneamt oae (&
t evMbery o*ailat hs M as laviaal l Mms sa4 Jr B
tibe relays goverasewt of M"ane. e nsmt aMlW rwe d ff 4u0a s e.
whib hab kept Central Atoerkra lb rd Maswmw* tat th1 101 '1 11 M1V0JM4W
ah t tenetoa or turmsll Thel sgo p4r7o k00 1 1s0m M w tP9
spon es ma de to thi reprsmutatloN equality f eOappeUY Of st f it, S
Oestrel Amserkra repsMtalks as s t he slgmasb*rt W egIesI
froe tie Ualed toata s acOs let Of Cat"ed tALs tare p d1 01
.Steieae n at an tss tes s^Jaga l81 so
Uve ad have. aMed, eso far a eu1 Th eap et *'
&s&. a"y **uoWa1s1 f0 liaSt e S. dSua410101 "ld o f
mugh it is' very appar1ea6 tadt t of6 ht111s 4 to he Wft"
CesaMO U oattMsofa aeograp M M prosaU Q p.o9i t w 4
to the eaamt ole and of the vry sMi0 I
Matale Asefir"Wt eess to K CFms lwg tst
AmWtWes aiv to to The t satIesiS Jap 01
aIt pitsa is the r i the m.
w st fat.ir h e she p6seI1 The 1" sa emesm t40 lb
o1rtW i this sovrsomaN9e0 PO pW IlP I egmel1 s.a1eseme 1d
pom aNe wite *am" those etWs astOW oft O w
poebrs. etorts whkby a" tt"fe ap110 4111 d tW tme o1 .WN
dated by the majority of t- he a *a* se iMm w ew- o soti

able hare sl e m mppsne aJliml iem tt dM th
to have the's emakied by the 8bM a5
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n a aws vaf et. H deasqksIe. leaving Mr.- S-th *l e
f wan S Mmom1eas ,ofatT h M is oC a ad hal us am
Pi. wV a Et sau tla s QhabL aftl a a
SOaub, however. v ho delive s at be he ;a to -k P pood* a
tot rspresslve talk m s dolu. w b o,' 's e n an ''!Ofa.
ad sWM by thfe of the ed," 'y WHAT I HYOiI?
"We Mo aiteur. 0 Ye4 Have Hwead AkbMt the Catarrh
e f we nMr ewe_ CPew vo rmom01 i. J0W. Mlleolum e ao.
F s. ae Mlelr. d-by Mrs .. *- J.

us am t ne. powerf that It promptly destroy
, a as as aJV0 W*l% A. ade atha oila. n t s o
T Uy t Ma n the attea 4 Svehn a. lioef, yt Im aetmi the n
o h A., ., v e t 0 o b e tre mt ly meeting
*sf th sSMor bn dreby.Dr.A. mi WUMtuW 1 at et "" t a t he Moua f&It nomes etarh lin
VMar M*, rpeioliat t* ast U viw eMissM es X or tf elever at the see assemq; 3st ease f
oWao a" A It Arsetn a few weanI
r wh deMVIed 80of (the meot rhow of the r't. The ao or mow s ak.
we v talks oe m eari a th riae- was very mitaor eatmls, armt. s *ad ae ond ipe,
peNler oabrnt o kd B ~sert which Jud6a Mrsn. Hter left ns t8 er Mn
S4im4t ft m of D the ordr n. or Athata r a r dabyI t an t and taAustratt. the
M3rphM had the advantage of bs weeah Talbause abu wt the teet &of p roofaskow talt mTertams
sOse4 amn ata who head hmM tfot the otho. They wMll Uo to Oals t o a absolutely artan wserm e tro
IbettW or beit presta. Dr. Mar or tChriett, sad wIM b e guM ,atI on wtle the suvu prtauciL of
Sphr to an etoquvet sper, ad Jal Woker.s s and ao t'm ept a a aue Ryee ios mad
OsM this e0e appeared at his law Mr. and Mrs. Wilam Hooer. e
Sbest. H ft to mary sood polats Jdge Rooker, ntl M Was sl at l M
-the ordw o thei iling. Bdt to tte supreme cowt beaw, wa a atisep t te sfa esatl ut r
M pd th0 Uhet "evn and tribute resdnt ofr ta eity, and seD ho bs ahst bse andS iuates sir
l the epO r brethl to the *uM elUsmap here, alw ays am s oo the Mrtan
O whmt" ofk t &Baslu an sto#voteall qstlome. He to nso On lad e" Isdo
Vwor had atewa om tMho ismo, of we mt stuml tashe lUIw. A r.i na.SS witoi
sels.^ his bereii s he11 der Ms a*Ik m b* u" i- the p ta t isa*Le *- r f f
S s ledge mas 4aulage sang nqt La 1Vs a ishem, WL e 4 bese mse Ow
my tMr, t T." oul.wed hr iattoa wtse Mrs aMwer w m
ials tbo aftor wm hichU oI I to 6temu1 a to vte -C ea 4 ,
be, da Im*M UAag lby Taet atesov a ger es. ismasJthru toheftr ritt r e it

ins The whine rmy f1I-mg tha T- ah th ..M.ts wit eac hgathe s rtlom a air yI
Than arNsmyof theNMatRI.t oo p11 or P OMI IstP eaat. to Usin

wi ep the eseah. 3 It h"as bers r r ta G a ndess.
WW is y J. W. amJ eta to IP t.w

se" essb~Ms Sy t: meat wE be hger. lt h ee s eu

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neals wvil re to leues amt he WeN Kage hpee Wed&
0we0n seie e Ae bwata. ns be In d -em ofPh alyK--L Ge .
a des _to hmeams etoer in J*. o use Neay m -re there weas a
a lse o YaVte G a. o hIa bees manNta e Iereserm Jianse m _.
r esia at wbem y E seven ra t Mall oE It having r tepaetrA
&a tets wuih im he as to el bb
emI w- psht# a e 1 afte In t he up The sl Wretl" artes wer W. L
da tat oweing wa. as w Hagu a gros dy now ftaMo
d d heobesest bi Ue~ato is mall m danham.. w bh wonhl a.s
S 4 &alN. MN tWoth. A, At Oa tlth eOw "oy o fthe su. I. F. m
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adi .W. .ft mpet I. Hftbu.08 .ft b M. he I be aETMIaC t.M

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Speelal Offr.
I41kWOa Whiskey ti drnM-D j
kry Bottilag-Expres. Pai
I1 ln o drum ............
Iw plate In drum ........
OM fly by drum; wilU ot s
Crn Whiskey-lxprMe Pad.
l reky Fork, per bottle. ex. psid.$ 1.
iAork. per case, ex. paid.. w
SaL orn, ex. paid...........
1 gl cor, ex. paid ........... U
1 & IL N. orn, ex. paid.......
Rye Whiskey-Exprem Paid.
QueO City, ex. paid ...........u
Wtear South, e.. paid ........ U
Ro Malt, paid.............. U
tt R* *x. e paid ..........
Bam HR1, ex. paid.............
Later, x. paid .............. U
ONd Doome. oz. paid ...........U
W lIams' Private Seal. x. paid.. (
One ade only and Jug, ex paid...$I
a, e. paid..... $2.50, $3. a ud

Trial Order-

YOUR S mp Account
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ServeM you in more than one way. It is
s reserve for times of want and misfor-
tune. It i capital to use when you see
a good business opportunity. All the
time your money s in this bank, it
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.AL Next Annual Metf of OepartmOtt
anyde ianoWill cofvolt Here--ll
Crowd IxsAPot**.
I A 100 CERTIFICATES T meett h

Republ l.was Value he t te O25U
Ve building Tuesday 6dglag. when the
followbg oiteeoW"%'electel for the
ensuing year:
r T Re Civen Away By H. r Dutto.- pt r A
. n ,J ~P. Morrow, senalor vle-commander;
mander: W. T. Me",r chapltal PI
Prlwott Bullock, dBint; !L N. Lhb
Seouttee, .officer ot IS guard; 11
Sb m C-uI ty Whiting, quarteU ; rP.C. .
1 1' W.T. Morris wal Acted as a del
Ste to the annal I ng of their f
Sp'atUoent of FlorMa f h eh will eMW

~Decemb~er 31 .1 ZBo0 rary. I
W 3 1 3 9 The meesong is veil attooded, *
--- ... : number of vislttag "mbers of tb4
ang arTrangd it business with ta heavy reinfltorced and of the be t Grand Army bist-g reset Of
se of the best g am Mo utactaters bell metal, plate is finished la dark great 'degl of etUltM s WM tS
Country to t~ a s with the olive green. Guarantee is east la top ftd Afbon the V ko- m --UU41
as Piano. SoI,. guaranteed of plate. This piano is equipped with 1 r r 5 St
a -o. double wheel castors. a *D
t :' most commander.
a.-e is double m~e t Inside and We will give one vote for each pen- he Departnert f ori e
, !:.side with lb)alf white ma- ny spent with us In our different de
1 1,,l finished; eate with beautl- apartments. Watch out for our ad. oMlP *4 every pe In the Slat,
jl mahogany. *SebioW al In style, Il every lisue of The Sun. Cut It will meet It this eit la brp.
with pllasters and ~ s" o match out and bring or send it In to us and and thls gathertla t*l meat a
s appearance. l empire top with we will allow 5 votes on each or the deal for GOalestl r di the r e at
op moldin. amount stated thereon. Our first ad. .
will allow anyone entering the race present twetD4wo pats., Wih the
Cheeks and too blocks built Jlp of 100 votes. The only ballet box will rospect of o alf doo more by the
,anY thicknesme t to asre absolute be found in our establishment, where time the Departmest 0Avees.
abilityy In welar. Cae is equipped you are to vote. Branch office of
with compounded ke bottom to In- Manufacturer in Cinclnnati, Ohio,
ure stability and uor11 ltY of touch, from whom the Piano for this contest DEATH OP MIRS HUQGH .
rack is mad* of hNtM sawed rock was purchased, have agreed to re- .
aspie, consistiUng t l posts. deem through us the ten $100 Cer- H el.Known MJd *R evd Lady et
e oundin b I of iforta tificates as follows: One certificate
The sounding bondIs of California each for $100, which will be redeem Archer Pased Awv Lst Senday.
erroia, running as t tt sae mo able in cash as a payment on any latrmaa f of th de1hath f MiPS.
ounding board frod corer to corner piano they manufacture. Hughe, which ad event occurnd it
of the entire width of the sounding RULES AND REGULATIONS, her home 1t Arhwer taday aemoos,
tard area.ntet open to anyone reached this city with regret by her
Treble and base bridges laminated living in Alachua county who is known DW eu t 945 i 5Cq55at4
ad built up of many thicknesses of by the conductor of the contest or dere.
the ebotiest quarter sawed maple, v uched for by some reputable per Deoolsed has ren sd at Arellt r bw
ps block lamnated ead built up of son, to them well known. nuber years. 9 a was lowed bt
ly. different layer o0 wood. Insuring Number f e am 0 wa lovej i IN
ablolute stability f ,eaInstrument to 2. No empolyee, attache or rela. all who knew her far ber gemIetsM,
and in tone. Imported German tun live of the proprietor of L. C. Smith aseounmats t dispalte. bke was a
kg pins and strags, double repeating are eligible to participate In this con, m nmbt of it" M.id" h,
wood flange aetlO, Iplendldly regu. test, and will participate in no *
tedl, and 13 ou l ammers of the noer. ,. I a d sho woHere epoilly
tholcest material: witle mass strings; in the S adar o when re wI"
ivory keys of a pledid quality of S. In the event a candidate decides be goa sad.
orv noiseless trap work and three to withdraw from the race. Such can .
pdai. noeedldate will not be allowed to transfer The fUeml wa, hdld Monday afior;-
votes to the credit of another eandi, noon, the services balois ieted
The Iron plate of this piano is ex 'late In the contest._ frolm the Methodit chuh at Archer.
STose -reseot state that ~ was ome
A&AMA t faff f AhiAMgtt MM MCM of the aost largely atte ed( ftemba
ever held In Archer sad vilMatty.
Iron. 4e sad MMi Oraces HgsGo of
Aiaber, and MrU. H~.tr. of Tsepp,
VOTING COUPON--Good for all of who were preset at te
1a VT orai, and to whem he 0 mpaehy
1 0 OTES f.ds Is exte- Mr. h.A
beagt & Member f Ofialaille la"
For __ of Aks a delesg1 nWpridlig r.
-M. H ePass, A M.Cgama. a -g
STaytr ram W. H. Powel. weit me
A ddlress ... repreesUatl4es of the oB hltoig.
This coupon m ay be cast at our place of husinew. col.1. r. WeLeu was alms smel
NOT GOOD AFTER DECEMBER 1lith, 1909. present M m am..
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tshKiIa Done to improve R.
Sb i'ltptions Being ,
W;he asked Yesterday
tSt of aftairs of t arei
wan's lake hard roe Ga,
0 Jr who has the matter of
Ssand Collecting bscribo
h 1a reported no a j"ual rki s
illbscriptions coltiue 'and At
fretet rate In a few r, anb
will be efficient funds to bnt
SpIartO. d l.
"YO know large matters
Sl^i remarked Mr. niiller,bt
1 t there after a While
that a drive to Newna' "
,. b a big thing, and
WSANSllybeginning to re
ll the best way to geta M,
b8 erlibe toward its conar"ng
I fl that within the neb i
aA. tMhs we wil have sufficient -
Ii'n -. the actual work. and tkh
ith- t Interest will cM
P"* i ti h that the balance i
S,-,T,,i-ely easy."


te is deubtise sieVm megro who eae.
Wlie Wth the c-r-us.

he W.BeO Vt rel7m e rd It he te caught
ato eitoaO mas$ e 8ro who Oue-
3t0 'switha the drm aft

The report of the National Onuarf'
A Sotom puts the towta, of ottoe
ed up to December 1',St SUO0@
St The Ownginsee eoa d dat Nol

St i ls otpote obeause o01l e

eo t a soot e s t ow apta oth way .ot

I't' eof h ado 1t. o1r, ty so t o
tMr. Champ task melw plaoeea the

e. emooraetio teajilty n the snet hlo aet

o nalcr than ens eth a the meat

S It Is not po e soble to make evil
S soodt but It ts posaible th let t ooat
r. ot of evil, ad .It I our duty o to
Wo. If we do ort tur character will
ae dtelorate, .d ultUmately, Instead of
betgUng sood out of evil. we shall wat

It Is at ul that e of their two men
i who laim to have dasoovered the
SNorth Pole II astes t heom meryos
SIroetdtu a the re mtt of the oatro
weormy ofemel their elalma. A
alre number of people who have bo
tlinowig thot o atrovoeray w re Maffer.
Ile In muh the aaome way.
,. -_im to b- .. .. .
ThNor hal best o oeaaledrnleo talk
Smeeatly about the etemloa of the
* errltry of the Dr tlet of Ohluebi
. o sa to take ta Alex drlt aadnpo
to t of VirgInia. which were at one
S tme a pin of the D strtw There
Saneaxtn of portlom of Alexandria
onty la inot a loos question but wIl
afe t the State of Virginala. The rea-
,, O for rean atlonnlle malaly Int
the condition of the-' bme iver
a tt and swampa unreolalmed wthch
S fect the health and appearance of
K the city of Washington.
S lAppakemtly the sugar trust fraud
Is t he reateat hbuasnle anquity this
NAiMs has ever expertemced. The
S rem It to probed the wore It gets.
Oad yet there to promise of stll worse
( thSMf to o What the puebe de-
asdIs taxlvestUattes s through
d- asohampered by red tape that
me g itMy ama ea posmsay esape.
There are talter reports thit hiegh
S Relatl are samirhred wth e "p
tim. We are awwe that whema aas.
da e of this ebaracter are brogahtS a
n I eN emstlol aad uatmoeded (.
parts are lMg far aed wida Baut
whether th ehagae as to MA em.
datb are tre m or eale can ema he *O.
temisey -rmprtial bmsru
tim. aad m ethse mlust off bem s
a' tof the mtlm suek nlawe aMmIam ,
to iaperatv. NeKthe ear ar favor
oM prevTeat It.

O, whM is sil, be te t,,oat up,
W*4ajp Ab. **

shll we aver be able, et be MA

tuwa l on-adrm ei- upl
be Maser. A i,.lItleo gi,
taken last solmme to ia Is w lsle
coWntry reort wwas oteoestd in the
unusual sports, the scenery, the
4 of the ga ests, bt he" t i y
as *roset to its utmost by the aigt-
let of the 0, aps. These wre the
Mast fas"ntlg novel se aen durh
ber vatlOee. Reared In the twentieth.

oele U Msghts wete tame ceasores
of daily lite-but lampui Her mgrasd
e1l4r om foe l taoo same wonderr
and a If thY jouto6y tlato re

6a. pair, or a posy and runa *M
ays The Asheville (N. C.) News.
I ,

The feed prodauot of the farm hpve
a double valid and nso farmer caa at
ford to ignore either of these vatles.
The feed value Is so more important
and sometimes so greater thae the

fertlllzer value; and int omsldertag
whether It will pay to fled a lam
product, or sell It off the tara. the
lateUleat farmer will be aided by
a comparlseo of the market price with
the feeding value plu the fertUoer
vale, In other words, it will not pay
to selU loed tufa from the farm a-.
ltes the market potewIs equal to the
combieda feeditn aMn fertlier value
of the feed sta ; and treqemtly not
then. ulata the ao tlUtty of the farm
Is such that t to already produetag
maxslam osop. takstaece, Ift the
plant foods Ia a tea of peavte hay
are worth $11. the eareul feeder will
ave $9 worth of plbat food in the man
ure. If the fto ale of this ha
be 9. them no farmer eam proftably
sell peavste bay ofhis brm for lees
thea $U per 4 o "anl ess at fam I,
already produetag maxlmsm erops
without the ane of parobased commer.
deal fertlllsere contaaing nltroae.
Who we come to look apoS the
feeditag of live stoek from this stand.
poitt-and it Is u auetuloably the
correct oe-4hea we shall nvise our
I4ea as to whether It pays to teed
best cattle.
The Slltedlt of beef battle may be
mad. to pay em a arge umber of
@outhemw farms. but cheap hom.
growNa IMds must be aea aad the
tertitser val" of the feds costumed
be hve ts Htall wet tdeteormla-
tag the rts-ets-Rtalleh (N. C.) Pro.
greseo WPemer..

Do-tbse the marines who Ianed
p0 m Mome-a we smeer theise.l-
|0t1le to eank wit the m "erae
da the t~sh Am war wA

asheit the n htag Is I em pages

tM I u hhe t ohthear
w.m I ,p I, iit"S .

the h UvI evea

thA h t o t at5 ab aslt 1a4e

ft the price of bl t product totb
5Ing advaod .to-d a -s5e; u
the doot t'loade tia hbttsewn obh
SooWhen to eomblstions of all everts
to abcomblestli to kep ap the
among thee farmers atemselve. aty l
the demand tle r air ttte o ito ba eur-

fl aUpOyt tNo' garolabt apemWlat..d
eaa the price of ht. product In boe
ite of ma h e to r adantor to the
monmrar', & ,N,, thr tell.-Am#
of tMat"f; Mwaeth e mlarks &
are protected otIdoer that h o w ote-
body els to mbat p of will adort
that something soulbM dne lto to I
rea the a Inuematto to ep up tohe

have completely faleother eve with an
almost servile adjustmeat of our .heal
system theo dfarmsover thereal ve ndu
meat so far.
the trand f of the Ryt n mo th bur-
olen which athe presqt prAUf to J.h
Ply upoe t he Maaearnl t of ad aItih
week Is the asstal distCrprat. T, In
votle of mch heady oratorne to the
goof tde w11il the faporwbta Mre.
More proIteted theo do th e aeddy
body etoWe. Momt people will a t

t be oll. It will be noticed of Mthat w
uabse. &0e beat Insuarasen s-e-_
have complete ye t eveloped, he a
will matuall*6 the Compa a aeso as
apoMt et and. wproutment of outr enetal
enatem, toe rdeover the real Induce-
plThe tro ts proper of the ya majority
preitum. Mr." Mersa hba nsot
holdrto bthe n ftamoutr quite to J.
altrahn as tis. amd Ute possibtlty
thpoat thMoe rg w the evet of the
peay will be ee*d is a way remmll-
at" oft 1 1 1 of le yemrs N,
OA always- a tam m ,worth the cvm.
tloweek of the iSaaesl al distriet.h
TMorvaa Ito it to redo th the coai-

etntratoo off taeaal M s t pIat .-
ton, to he aray tenomer ma powr.
sum thil,
TIf be ollowbe t thod of UM tas
chuseetta. te beast inWraea aiytem
thr country haa yet developed hsbees

Shm, bet silalt utO tp aittle lam
comar westh,.irb ete it a goold 6
apotsbley and while properly stre b.

plus to Its roper sae of redamicn
hitherto bowa famous f quwte seach
that the large reasarces of the omB-|

paay wel me ued M a way remwle-
cma- oft-bm ,eImvg of tie years ago

r always. Ia hoteaay worth the cor-
is a leatlo1 of the Inacial distract.

T were Ia deifed ed tre d to the c
There toI O llb l of a lemul tI -
eral bustaess, albeash Is the Iron and

alte. beat ah-Id pe* up a uto wth

tutu Smfl Ochek ml^ the^ me^ Sm
Ferury 1we fow o -- th *

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llTilt'' ' --
SW Jelly Party Will Explore the Wi
LaFayette County.
A Jolly party comprising
rtakland and Claude Stokes of
Aa nd W. N. Wilson, 1. F. H-
oa nd J. D. Stringfellow of this
peAt' to Iave Friday morning
44-jll WIds of laFayette county, whW
I t l spend a week or ten

t f The forests of LaFayette are d
t wto be alive with deer, turkey
1 -' oUtr wild game, and The Sun *
iuMg lthiu 4tW A. have an Interesting story to pv*
.steeua-t wt 1 e. fla upon the return of this party, wi
,C p SO t ropo~ t to go well equipped for m
pacu Morn ANO @eMINAI4 cAi" and plkasuie.
M e*a At4to Ue0 m3LROSE, Dec. 6.-The work ofq
Mt ^llj f pnloif, thUo peioM g and repainting the Hutff
(rprai 111 rgar d4 dl' te rrMltouse, which will be occupied ab6
ble eMpi.rf eUMU d ila, uMa aM 1 by the Phi Sigma Coll
Sit (s t I t beib usualh sledity of Prof. Geo. C. Looney. is profg N
a "to l f t lg rapidly, quite a number of m
tis for*aew teL, nre sa, ~ rts beg busy at work. The lumber I
made t o hL e ate setemo i the new butcher shop is also on I
M t oi 1rstr Iheort d e u01o nrld reedy for building.
olmat m rt"ea. l 1'to 1 At the last meeting of .Mel
__a is e ad .trame Lodge P and A. MI. the followll
pple maut be ma le0 of tl e. wore elected for the coa
But t he. wroea oeir pp to y : FJ. McRae, W. M.; H. W
o mem aber eo a gita i trust that .l W.; 3. J. Whitethad. Jr W. 1
I 1sri thm ti t ~ v Nousky, treasurer; J. M PI1
o wty, t a a try; W. H. Lee, Sr. I.; .
Vma ,mem ,eu. r. Mathe s Jr. D. Dr. McRae andR
e: ist la ltio to prNLa i o0ky represented the Melr,
fl.. Ootn If tht 6aat be 5tad ldg at the laying of th, r ,%to
to k his aitO through h a* of the 'county court h(,us-,t t Palatl
l te~aolallaty. If, in spite aU ad report having had a ;,"al g0
ofrta put forth, the man tI tond time w the brethren TI., *.
llty, thten Wtll more .malmer~ y ovOer l the Doctor s :1t1,. n d
operate to et law tak1 t trip in e style; a f:r a- ('ar
O011111 to plo t.wL ILw d u g.,, r,, ,r, ,
co reT, tbhy acted as guile. fr k. i
Iulh m.eqUgt7 o( Ju stic t &o 7outO r of Palatka in, i 1 : i
ten mend I breed. issestest Rambler car. The good I. r
sad velor o e th out of Interlachen a ar 'al
it om e lsw 0Wl ro et {ad. i ea thM w 'o much appreciated aftwr the4 11
Isw onr he peat, peelan d o es between.
pl'or es p to wi w A mctice of an election tt
ore tba la toam tf g WW*4 m e for the town- f elm
Slty. a lt oi with a ae weh I~ a Jaary 4, 1910 H PR has t

so ft .ber M tk waeo two al~te ov Iw W lll4rd and J a l. '* *** A
a as 0t em t. 0 aluband has inrl bd
m ei hoow fta e the p tao tofficsuir of the o d
Wr lOl- I In stoi M ed 6 a l#pnleM at of paint and a. r, .
won TllOtrlowem tu a1o10NO The ai emo with the rt.., CF
wtow s martin daily" tri to w i
W.- y e17inl oranges b) tb' 0`rl
move t the edfe~t w- a welf.g
w be celebrated l tothatv ldf.-ol rMIGH SPRlNG. I),
mbernfatha. when two wdlnewTaT. IL Willard and J. 1. '
reg Dpeple Joseph ikes Wn Mh mst ed from the "I
WWi Oftias w b ese S a A at Plant Cit y..: *t -
w ie. aThe ev It tIo sblg e ddaeod st lble o the r,
with a gmeat de Of iest, a se s at the hands of ever)l,,-
atea parties a ftW ia4 is onsid era '
sangAgsi tin tre s
le te t ot nvSi, 14eavy Grizn e
Th w WWilltO ar. M Bi shop.
the biml mopl sad their blends l a" we
will be eututaled at the 1eepitah0 e W 0o0"
me of Mr. saA Mrsi. lbeeI. IP Y eveninI. -
-s rI thw medal CeoB-t e d
L111:1111111 tfhe le l t rhU K: e lI
So*mPli Tla. s Nr th Cha Op rtdavy ev,-nln .-
Poap & Co.. emenbet wEbe a meMssrins P
dew Takt. ahas snv .e alm S.o gy of Mr. and Mr-
al wR spem4 the Mem lew eays dv te bplt of the '
hue a tle kohem. E a Miter, Mi. poT lay ,d
I. TIiap. M PlesetMa la. goaest n Mo' V'e"dar,
lfr. hdt has lesgt mL4* A l ed m the roamr r..-, ,
et. e st*es th ea theletu T Vy.V. vtl bb.''... ,
esp S Ithat stae m t bl. Se. ps 1 e* dere. A tul i"

eat ewsae metua* * rhao t ee yTh tej and gru:
te merlar. as swlsM rt.e Sbt I vi y Ire.".
e6s. the Wdesoe b1ms i esg s er ,,-
- there to Natwhrmu ,,eeaes tl ,o-,
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Returned go
on DoorW-f 4 ?7U
Received LeadIii

murder hA mto
of thie ay W s

result atf W-

rt* a ws"of
hDst thirty )mt

with the 18w-SIP
We. I
y occerrte'
night, M.
the hlawPi!tat
prom 4qa q
ws met bhis dqg bw

that Moilt,
Miller woWM ,4h mm uv.
for soie H eg *0
Munarr"od. Am + !o
"Ariy Sunday a *W* 4left
and went to 4304ptm
Some after th M he
g the door, .*M et
b him the woM ,101aptod
imts of one bi ,orWhI d
dri th No. 4 Iat iMtos
Mag him instaSt0 :
hau was gIlsT. VWhm the
nU was arrmted s" p *Duty
I. M. Riles. Mhe Wir.iA''lBgn-
tice Dyes' court N agtemao-
j without ball to sidl the ae-
'th grand Jury at the prting
I the Circuit CoQrt.L
SRiles brought the woman to
kay. She dom C dety ote
Itt declares It Was mi hot of

ias" wfor OnP6i


* center warnd

I gwwedw f
14 old-f ashiosed
firFewc 6 6k.p
A 16 vi ofmso
fin i dwqualms,

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Delegation Feels Indigsant that Lit. While
tie or No Money Has Been x. C
ponded In Their Behalf.

With a determination to see It the) Wb
could not Induce the Board of Coun j Prst
Oommlueaonera to do something tlo IP. P
them in the matter of better roads In Ulat
the Archer district qpite a delegation la t
from that district appeared before went
the board at itsreular meetinr thib over
moath, and ased that something be re~ t
daro to relieve the situation. oae
Tho delegation was trematheed by lbe
feeldets all along the road between 0
Anedondo and Archer, and their ap- tted
pearane will no ddubt have some ef- avall
fot. One of the delegation stated It I
to The Bus representative that the Mr.
OaleavllUe-Archer road had received Galke
ito attentlom than any other In the tt i
county, and that the highway ha bea e (oat
tar eea In mtt deplorable coadi. The
tiUM at times almost Impassable. heem
Commissioner May, of the Archer hlre
4itrlct It In hearty sympathy with Th
the movement for Improvtng, and says OWrl
he Is ready to begin work in he'dis- who 1
trict on Jauary 1. and push the road withb
through to his Itne without delay. IS thn
The committee, or delegation, comr- of the
priced Dr. B. F. Rice. C. D. Wood. Wm.
Brown. Oeo. L. Taylor, Moaroe Vee*
able, 8. T. Pleming, George Gibbons,
W. T. Cheenut, John Holly ana J. 0. O(
Beovlle. man I
As the beet evidence that the people vllo I
of Archer and vicinity are adklous for A. 4
a decent ard-surfaced roadway con- friend
neeting that progressive town with Dr.
the county -capital, a liberal subeerip. eaon
ton was recently raised for the
purpose of defraying as much as poe. to Ha
sible the expense of constructing Woe
ame. st a

Attended Meeting of Republian etate
Central Committee Tuesday.
lions. Henry 8. Chubb and Shields
Warren, register and receiver of the
United States land office in this city.
respectively, returned Wednesday
from Jacksonville,. where they went
to attend the meeting of the Repub-
lican State Central Committee, of
which Col. Chubb Is chairman and Mr.
Warren a member.
This meeting was held for the pur-
pose of tranacting any business rela-
tive to party affairs. Many recom-
mendations for appointment were
made, and among others Messrs.
Chubb and Warren were recommended
for reappointment a register and re-
ceiver of the land office here at the
expiration of their present term lt
1911. This will prove highly satlisfe-
tory to the people of Olasneville, a
well as patrol of the land olee eem-
orally throughout the State, as they
have given the affair of the office
an honest, faithful anA popular ad-
CoL Chubb reports the mettaing oe
of the most largely attended In the
history of the party In this Btate. mad
the meeting was harmonioes and eO
The Metropolis of Wedaesday con-
talled an amusing threecolmn car-
too of the gatbertng of the politicians
aroud Chairman Chubb, who was at
tired In the role of a "pie woman."
sa, with a big kr'e*. was daishng ot W
the pie to various hungry asprants
It was a clever attehpt. aad The Me-
tropotls cartoonist sl to be coaegrte
Have Moved to 8atneevtle.
I. A.*Trowbrldge and family hate
moved from Waldo to this city,. ad
will make this tb lr future hbee.
They are piepAsatly located oe Alhch.
s aves. East Oalneevti.i a
It will be remembered that Mr.
Tu vridtg. who. with other. ese-f I
ted a eigar fsatnry In Waldo. rcet-.a
ly eomblaed the Intrevt of that te.a
Wory with the LaMatanxa eltar f I
tey bher. and the "bwesN iNM beI
edWid sad Meottald ato atmeeuth.I
C. C. Trowbridge. a brote aof IL A.
TW"Mi*. espwts t u renwo I
#mwr ire wiMa the mest a FeW MI 1

Mr. AMr WM NO 10
fThe tro 49 rl a causess

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WHO LOsT "is L

ft"00deg V 4 Saptist
Dhurst, gae m me,&b,

bahbe Westto at as

Hem~ersqmilwhe tear tas
vrmtr httew me M-, Scum
#"fit, of -the d"4
In. &At who th Wall
be lisevoel ha. aboo

I Peas. "d "tf tt4iIt am*

a 00066 3Snwb* *to as
Re daw.Iel t e it ` oat a
km.Wtd.Wft b" met

lot b a 1 f..
I ~ "Moogadw be N'"

med thle "borwe MSre
mt pormlewmt,~~5fg
imkftuthow$voffI eu


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made a buasinesstrpWN*tqp

0.Haman patUp'wlith
isAt ImbuE Greve

rialto t towms.Utrq

Way Lamhelrth of1I18" Gof"$
itabobs" vsia tor b*rsMme&

0. Miegl6Edohas bee emsvery in

lying at p Issat
4SeilusTaftakimehaemmoi 1w
Ypabisflm low d IIF 'by
Idews the t.obu.'a 3
table ameas sWad egw bho

WL Odoam bW bo hess 'aul
I te P" t ew 4aV* hWows

usholmw adereda W-mh qs
"gram 7""?ay oWstssemistia.
rof speiches sd *debuts. The
00 far the debaeWas% "Re.
1.That Cattle Are. Maerbe ee
, am Thua Horses,"TMe luus
id their d~eolsMof Ii 4W' Iefh
or laymam hasboom laid up for
Ut few Ewe wi th th"ITU
-m~ onh brbh "am OtIaW
no bo81er at prowelaS we
W will "ft b e ahis to so %b
gals.a. .

giv 4 aIMh edlm home of
Rd Mrs. Ua C. Hayina. owikg
mm qu ww. Priek 6=k
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re &0 Si 400te a as 4e11,11,410

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lb 'b L AW01" lr
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to W., Weshl. Meuel the m
df Wgady SVim Mr. L im.uuw

-'M 1101 -- N.
L-~ H me aba
EVheM"sIu ot Wba Mvft

usa, w ehw ba"swon

so ta rb. mltwere adheip
eio *wip to Juli
wand, ad 'uAt11060 ay, sad
ae at11110 t a* bglaftonMr.
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(Owatt fesi- Page OM.)

b ettlag o wf p*Wr petsbd gb
patg sor the period of ea years all
pornes i military mattOr. VFr the
ease reason I have adreetd that the
army shall not be Nrecrtte up to its
present authourind attagth. Tbe.
measures ean heanlsy be wor trba
temporary, for I am sure tbst tIhe n.
terests of the military etablhbment
are seriously In need of cateftll al-
sideration by congremas.
The eretary of war ,ali attention
to a number of s.s cages in the
army, In all of which I concr. but the
point go which I pluhe most o*
phasis is the eed for e alnaltloP
bill providlBg a metod t by whh flhe
merits of eo r sham "have d1oie *of.
feet upoe l ir advancemet p 4 byh
which tr adtUcimet of alU up4yb
aeelerat#M by the effective *l*Mtio
of a ddmitto proportion of the last
*5clemt/. "- -
The it a teat gsut .
have Fasusy tr-e4d that tk rpould
be unwtI to mabMe th largM e r peedl.
tures which at e tme were eoptesm-
platWd IW the ektablibment of a ival
bee aR 9atah lti tbe Phillie lI
lands alS h6al a"i*ed th htt ,
meat,- whkih 1 futlly eo40 it. l fa
vot Of Mklbdg ateiadve n"av" base
at Pudt' Harbeor; nesaenolol, amd
not in the PbnipplueS.
S 'TMe Navy.
The return of the battlesbhip elt
from its voysg areu4 the world l
mor eoficent cop4ltlos than qben It
started was a noteworthy event pt I.
teet alike to ur citisesm and the
naval autboritie of the world The
marked asecem of theuhips lpo steam-
ins around the world In all woethest
on schedule time has decreased respect
for our navy and hal added to our ma-
tlotal prestige.
It Is a regrettable fact that the
higher o5eers are old for. the rmpom-
siblltlet of the modern nary, and the
admirals do not arrive at lag raink
young enough to obtain adequate train.
itr In their duties as flag ol.ere.
Owing to the nurcelty for economy
to expenditures.' I bare directed the
curtailment of recuinmmeudationa for
arval pproprintions so.that they are
thirty-eight millions less than the cor.
renponding estimates of last yTar. anud
the request for new naval construction
ft limited to two flGrt class battleshblp
ad one re"itr vesal.
The secretary of the navy ba lost*-
urated a totaUve plan Involving '!er-
tain cbages aIn the organluation of the
navy department, Including the navy
yards, all of which have been found
by the attorney general to be la sc.4
'orDteace with law. I have, approved
the executlon of te plan proposed be.
ause of the greater eclency and
emonomy It promawe.
Department of Justlee-Upedltlon to
Legal Preeedoi%.
The deplorable delays to the adminu
Satratlon of civil and criminal Inw have
received the attention of committees of
the AmMertcan Bar asoelation and of
many tat.i bar assorlations as well as
the 'onaldetd thought of Jndges and
Jurisat. In u.v Judgment, a rhanae in
public procedure, with a view to re-
duclng Ite expense to private litigants
In civil ca&s and fqclitatlla the dis
patch of busineea and uAal decislom In
both civil and criminal cases. coustis
tote the greatest need In our Ameri-
can Inatltutlon. I do not doubt for
one moment that much of the lawless
violoeft and eruelty exhibited toIn lynch.
Imp are directly due to tme u wertals-
ties and Ijuastice growing out of the
delays In trials, jdmgsetsand theexe.
cutions therof by our eourts.
1 therefore recommend legislatu
providing fur the appultntiest by the
presidet of a cormiestoe witb author.
ity to examine the taw aad equity
procedtlure of the federal courts of Brat
lastaos. the law of appeals from
tbose courts to the courts of appMes
and to the auprme court and thecoasts
lapo td in ch proceduwe upon the
private Iltlgants and upon the publk
treasury and make recommendation
with a vriw to spfty~ ag and esx.
pediting the procedure as fr as po-
sibe and making It as Iepenslvie a.
may be to the litigant of little menas.
The platform of the seucessful party
ia the last eloetloe oeotalued the fto-

lajuet- qos Withwut Netlee
"We h*eeve that the ruln of proe-
daie ti tbe deral courts with repeat
to the kaMee of the writ of taSe-.
tea see he mere ore@aMey dodAed
by mtatte sad that e lajatife t er
teUponlry restralag eder should be
bwed wttboet eottce, aeet were
Irreparable t hery wead restt freaom
delay, n wblhch oae a speedy heartoe
tbKaftr ebeuld be giftae"
at -m tihu made pwpeuWemt
waalm be eeadeopwe. eo w. er
mwb i luatuoe uor reatralt eSer
Wed twhm st pevisom --tdPd e -p

oMW by MW eonf the ftame esPhe
m the tMeeaf thessi e wthA
as m s e phi.atoae" ,p.-- "

-wfo sou. er

AI" Itos ~te~

wand 0h


doperattM 4 t040 wp Mcall for4 dwil
Vm"ale ad Ops Me, futis aa to
amaodq0atL Tbe 4- praer to.

Postegep @aeb d t
<. tA N"& e . ,
Ma Ca

omek upon d.to- an p"ed- b
he ta pI t he

metto, *lmleb tIehi oDS ot 1y iewi
papqu. but 'paaBe tod mielar-,
e mrirt odia. olfa **e sl N Iowhi
da n oft WN tWe 'stnsl.i l
M 441t "D at I c"t a

to wo 5md.t oTae U a.wotgs 9o )a
ow that ecqo t ctlas met matter

Sly ti.oete of in (alo r a.vmar the.

shbows tsh' psnoixt byt* gonsrmaent
oa aen im ats tbde y m th n esdew

aot gavoer javbcte bth, aremon m
lg to arIe l tt a hha of the loss
bO I Por a no bmean and peri-
edih ano dT to t potage.

W bWkelev asi be k to be
aimetary It order t eONt a prop
todaemqnt to thlft "M sating to e
gSat meny ofs a ellu ais who
do not Bo banking (lag g it.l and
to whom askb a saytesm wod e ar ao
opportunity srs tel accumlation ptf
capital. They will Miu aamtsfacto
substltaos. baase o aond prtncpl
and actual edcceafti' trial ton early
all te.-countruee of the *ortd.. for tihe
system of government gtarauty of
deposits now belg adopted to Tseveral
wester states wbich, with deterwe
to tb who adv eate It, mems to ae
to have In It the ereds of damoralla-
ftom to conservative banking and car-
State fomas al disaster.
Ship Suboidy.
Pellowing theCourse or my sdtin
gushed predeossor, I earnestly roe-
oelmaed to oegresa the conmideratei
&ad papigh et a ship sabsidy bill.
Interior Depautero-New Meaxin and
Tbhe accesaful party In the last pet
th toin Its national platform declared'
In favor of the a4dmiOaU as separate
states ofe New Mealco and Arasa,
and I raeceiaoed that legitlation ap.
proprilte to this end be adopted.

With respect to the territory of AIM-
ka, I recommend legislation whikh
shall provide for the appointment by
the president of a governor and also
ot sh executive council, the members
at which shall during their term of
*ec reside In the territory and wbhrh
shall have legislative powers sumlect
to able It to give to tbe territory lo-
cal laws adapted to Its present growth.
I strongly deprecate legislation looking
to the election of a territorial legisal
twre In that vast district.
Conservation of Natural Ro*oursea.t
tola several epartmets there is pro
mated the neessity for legislation
looking to the farther conrervatlom oa
oar national rseoorces. and the sab-
ect r e of m u agmet portaace as to
require a more detailed and extended
iacuaslon than cam be entered upoas
tIn this commnlicatlo. l For itbat ea-t
to I ball take a early opportunity
to seed a speiel I message to eogress.
The Whie Steve Trade.
Tberp Is urgest naeesaty for addl-
Useal legislationand greater elective
activity to sappres the recruiting of
the ranks of prstltates from thi
ntrawaw of Immlsratlom late this coun-
try-osa **U whicb. for want of a bet-
tsP aua-. he bees called *the white
Slave trade."
Sure^st of Keith.
There saese to be o reason why all
the breaks and gedws ta t-e general

government whbicbh have to do with
the pubit health er subjects akia
thereWt sbeaM nt bet sated Isa a te-
ream to he called the "beau of pub-

PellUetal CenMbetiee.
1 mrently recomamed to coSegm
that a law be peIedm iqunrita that
cemaldat o ten elc ate of msbehr ot
the boae of repiste tlvee aad oe.
mt toIs charge et thber censaiday
am umpapsa WIo i a proper oae of
I Umleatead f wat le te n t a sate-
mst of the etrbles recetved sad
of the a$apmir& a muwo I& hs
SRUPWO I* seb eletis and that
dibr ablasa he emted l re-
ope to e#A.t~ elstlsm fwihft

a a uet seoIf t I mte W. O sram

elm- to boom O we are ns
" o g O ub W

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Notic, of Application for
Under Section 8 of Ch,
Laws of Florida.
Notice is 1erb ,n t
Stevens, purcla.r u T
No. 5', dated(l the M
A. D. 1907. has ) ilaOA,
in roy o1fl.1e an d hanI,,, '
for tax deI to --u, IpPl
with law. Said 'r:. ,,e
. the following dec'rih,,
ated in Alaclua ,.


0C a u m a us...........e.... 1~

C. C. SButler C. ........... .:.:
L. Loeb Whiskey Co. ....... JftckskvllioP116
D..C. P. Long 4 is"VI I
',AltetsanWhlskyfto..... .......~ LvbPe .

L ed Whikye . . ............ A-
L. beunngues. ...*.......................* 'In e i.

pposion. and we have just parouted a
harvest unexampled In the market val-
as of bor agriultural prpdoct. The
high prices which aucb products briNg
mean great *prospety for the farming
community; but on the other ba"d.
they mean a very considerably IAerge-
ed burden upon those classes In tbi
community whose yearly compenastito
does not expand with the ImprovemeNW
Is business and the general property.
Various reasons are given for the higb
prices. The proportionate ioncreaA 1
the output of Rold. which today,is the
ohblef medium of exeanmge and Is to
some rppects a. measure of talue, ftr-
nlsheM tI ubstaital explanatloun'otat
least ~mrt of tile Increase tn pt es.
The increase li population asd tb1
more Ppensive, maie of Ilving of tIle
people, which bure not been nceom-
panled by a proportionate I nrvahe In
acreage Ioductio. may furnish a fur-
ther reason. It Is well I 0ote that the
increase in the. rast of Iving is not
colnfned to tble country. but prevails
the world over. and that those who
would charge ilncrea" In prices to ttl
existing protectte tariff amut meet
the fact that tPe rise to prtie has
taken place attoost wholly in thoee
proeduet of the factory and farm 1
respect to whibc there has been either
no InreasI tIn the tariff or In- many
Iotansce a very eoasiderabl re dw*
tlo. *___

A weddings aremony was perAftmd
at the home Of George Cantleberry
Monday, the contracting parties be.
tlg R. N. Owens sad Miss AnnIe
The motraUnlag parties are well
know sad popular here. a4 their
numerous frteuds extend seamrtalb,

Heaup Itpure blood mabss a a ed.
4r, ~ opl headaches,
iame" s TMSa blood
makes you weak. It, alestly. Hr-
deck Blood Bitters make the blood
reb, red. pWe--restores perfect


laineeville Graded and High School
Honors Death of Jeff Davis.
In ,onimemoration of the death of
Jeferson Davis, the pupils of the
Galneavhlln Graded and High School
held spaeatl exercses Monday, which
proved meot Impressive.
These exerclAs were conducted In
the uadItorkum. and comprised
prayew adan address by PrWt. W. H.
Cames, sad patriotic aira by the
Th tratted Daughters of the Cow.
foderamy we.* represented at this
service by speal lu-ttation.

A Hearty Appetite
Is what most babile hae, but le at
so bePaft to them If they have worms.
Be me your baby Is not treble
with them. ure symphmtme-sways
hungry, rangs ander the eyea mot
gaining in weight and yellow eaoplex-
ona. A few doses of White's Cream
Vermifuge will expel all worms. It
Is a positive cure .ad reliable. PrtIm
6 cents per bottle Stld by W. M.

NoUatie I hereby gea that bar
weeks after the Bra pu lham e.
wit on thef th Iay oa Deaimber. P ,
etters of Admab tratio. as the

S1:1 be granted to A. R 8mmene
i plicatiom for the same, or to some
their fit person. H. . NA0N.
Nov. lith. 190I County Judge.

Den't e Heples
About yourself whme you're crip
pled with rbomadiom or at oltea-
of course youve tried Iots tof in
and they failed. Try BaUard'a Snow
Llalmeat-It *1ll drive away am
aches. palms sa" e ad he"
you as wel as you emer werS boM
by W. M. Joienae.

To Care for Our Customersa th

Moat Compeatet ud Codd-erae

Mmer O Costart SOCI y


8W% of s\i,'. s.
21-40 acres. T. 1
The said land beiag a
date of the issuance of(
cate In the name of Aaro
Unless said ctrfiCate
deemed according to law, ,
will issue thereon on the 'St
January. A. D. in19li
Witness my official sj
seal this the ,;th day
A. D. 1909. s TH
Clerk Circuit Court Alacb,
ty, Florida.

Notice of Application for Tax
Under Section 8 of ChapWt
Laws of Florida.
Notice is let' ,) ,., that
Sunmmers, piurcha., r ,1 *i !C
No. 139, dated li. :, , .
A. D. 1907. ha.. !V I ail a
In my office., and \ i ,,I alp
for tax deed to is-u, ac,
with law. s:id rt,: c..
the following desci owt ro
ated in Alachua con .ri,
NW% of NW s Ti,
17-40 acres.
The said land l'.iii, .
date of (the Lsuillir. ,(t utr
cate in the naniv (itf Ik'lkin.wL
Unless said (iirtifia:,.. ~lI
deemed according t,) Im. t.t
issue thereon on th, Mth day
uary. A. 1). 1I'o.
Witness my official anat
seal this the Cthi d:iv of I[)o.
D. 1909. 4. I I l q
Clerk Circuit C'ur .\la, hn(
NOTII'r E ORit i Ti,' IT
IDe lvirt v ,P '' :r.
U. S. Ln (id ( 1 ', O ; t'41
Notiee i heie 'v ~:eIs i .,..,.
of LXttleTilkl. FlorlI(, .... *r,
BMade Homeitenel tFnirv N'., 4 1 i
O00). for the Ni* '4o ,14
| o f 0' Nw4 sell. ?" T
Soth. Rangre 4 Fn iweq i
ha ft notice of tnntnon '.,t
year proof. to eet: '',h; t1
bove demor bs1. tip'fre trt .he ,t
eet-er at Gplnes ll e. F i',,r..i o t
of Jainarvy, 19io
L T WB. n ii orm .-
t I'lSt Y .; i 11;'T A
NOTiC(-. FOm I'l PLlt All
[ fliai." ,, 1

WfraJe I berebyr hrvi. t.t "tnl
o br n>rt11 ora u. o ,, 'a
09M0. for the Ss or ri ',' '
Tfownstatp. 7 S'. H. '"'i: 1 ,
b | filed noteie of it I" ." '. .
aTi-tvert proof. tet'o -
a* ave dew rIb bed. w,!,e 1'.
O"Tver at GatlneaWle F .. r
at Jeriary. 1t10.
0) hf Rtl. ridH ** 1': 1. "'
c H.wa NI:Y ,L.

Departet o' tw I!
I. S. Land om ee
310se* Isereby ?em'r
oiM florida,-w t.,a Ja
WryN Katry. ea 0o
or. isestiee 3d ToNw*
iniMesMeridim 'T ta' y
so make
5 ile t. t he Ow&MdOw

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&pg aso by MOherW aem
Ckarg of Qmbe.IsUet. the
Ia be sworn eat tr IO D
r another aneg who eba

I whbm the doleaat M i at-
Ithe prosecutlag wlams was
and, and the ua w" aM di
hlar want of presep.tOne
ind that the emsv was ats.
a compromise o sted of the

AshiAg Instantly. Owes plues,
oak rhem, tatter, It*h. bives,
mbife-Doa's On ftment At
4 store.

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SeaeHer H ow plezsm mChad M*.*..*........... ....w
and ebe emuldMWamthbhg to deaw
it uW LAdies-- a bd.so lkzlom m
oged by an&a eImwe livr. An Inset. 5
Ire owe wm ei e iB sPIefteon&mdlW. ILme ,pmedm
an j by" 9nking swiernaThe. IaOr=%Pom Vb&
mow"" ed verrgulw". &Mldby W~ a Tos,, .*madh.P~
T.. X Jobs"&a@6
U~~~ dowtm t mm
them ~ ~ la 8oyi- U-0~ i.
a.Ubessd a & K. 4
-apeftf~ .v
Dr. A. Dole

a" Now JI
MDIT. 3.11dm.t- -M.

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my MPcgAe"

No oil heater 1 at a higher ANO WAa Nov i I2 I

Andoen9 Who Went I Inrably
to eMses eWift a" .Iw o& eaiMala

Oil Heater t'? anXM "__
uowafmys, Ibt if the psrghtors ot
tsquimed wit Smessee DeVIY these orems are ver g "Iahmeoe o *se
dneV w2 so dabt I*a santwer st"ry w
toyIna to Ih0 ,ui Rmlls I
id of t&e Arct tothe wareo mthI&.J. ftfm-.ft a+m m,
-As Tropics in 10 tmiuses. Bi t, *am'"*I .S I hU --
TIO new o'eue~**be ,la lw he %d aIBed
ases to tew era me ea w ..'

Wim AIac awa withe OW t au hh
oulhe qmestab outL A t ft. i 4 t. i*a M*
, a more rapid dItusot i t eO j te o'..o ,A %mwh

bansn' g at up. 4o110dmo1111dVAdoI%
T -l go* CooUr tioli, n" ,. ,-',ea, u.

-0hme mP u eIm hse y Ii

ow antoomide to a I aseibeen 1eW
Uo aosnsOe burri n f the hmsf, *aM odd" h
iT Wueis he Dinsulea w gun ami West tto te I*"ms Mr, l
alay UUR8Audewms meahed iss fwa J" ben
Com e toe." *the Mi s m lm M li tll

Gieat tshoeM side Wahme dark V'
thi .h me.obo is t v .qis whtI amA Whe
Su SI t there" we re sro t le d be o

St eses sa thtis a o bootomm -,"t0 ni Mrb.
0v a strotdblr. h uS^r Ho ft" IvrSII 'H

ST. AUUSTINo rSANDBAGGINGe Tohist ow wm Ie IdtiMl iti l- tehi VW be
I ,CASESTILL A MYSTERYthePest.lo lw d&M"ndIt0insb"nope th S-Off.ftd 9o., ,
tihi sfto m oe w o Is d m M t e m s
Man Cha XY With 'Inflicting iu will h e erehed O

Lack of Evidenes. Epe"e t o We^ d a=fews sadai
cold, lavarishly of s a a sl The el 4 .
p Ili, whic It at age"sto WE&e lawe View, t*b a death Ma
BT. AUGUSTINE, Dec. o7.-Judge* dtl w ea a md. 4aalag se it 1t I t Mi
Mackey so t rom w d w yeeter a teapooi a t Pei Iow PMI was heW aM a W da
day morning with a curious crowd killer a hal a lVass St uWiSeg wat sftwIO i_ L& 1 g SO V
which had congregated to hyrthe or milk, the whale aVtga 3Wi hn MVW b epy, RSa. Mr. Ot fbs
ease of Clove Harris, who was givt n heated aAtM ft e a pager 1 S 1epi 1t1ed"At
a prlMalnary hearing as suspect in Avoid subhituts theg* I ha gm e the sfim es Wr T 0
tim t frmyo Kurdlbsa o, t or laklier DO."nim4 9 bl lof
eault wam. wbc M occurred hen about Sko san dl gg4 bm e( v$w ft
ten days ago. There was no evidence the maermelsai at Its wav m eV
against Harris and he was discharged The glamep of mare sategaggrmB. .:c, gm p f sh
frm custody. I a ity Is a man may des Ie ethers l M Tw ret w i l h "e uIlan iM
The featre of the hearing whh for timed as to the aa1ral hl a s eaeol mnh a 11a g1111a 116
attracted the crowd was the mystery. withbL. ma" tBo a a ,t hMlm t
oas stranger himself, who appeared in hisSa_ death urw gUle ga ma ega OWN
court on a stretcher. The o patient T
was unable to situap and bis mind Is CA* OR A A a
Still a blank o far as the pa is c am. @ P w 1 11 am1 -0
wood. He did sotrecognise Harris
oated the prisoner to any manner. V ftkg ad 4W ft"a W6 1
the State that the eas he discarded, f ________________________________
wiOc the court so led. h mo
Thri haves the aseNor the Red N Kok
w ana ta.i a gat It t L I vheDr. A. 1I f n
ease, have ay positive cles to work
po VIousn smeeors ae oUing th V aS A IAN
reads as to amosy theories, but ao
ome a ath erity a e a speak with e-
taiat ta Th e asse ge nto ha. 3me I
lormetlom evidentlya and *hi*s colTUA

the feet that hroters a thm1
etes aMd tehrams from all over the 1.W. PATIOW 1
msry beef people who are ltoobim ***W bgspggg e
These ha charseo these hope to

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MATTER6 O1 00 9S*'Aj6
SaECUR~O P6 S9my*'r~mil

What H"g Hiooiw ~e adwheitI

Ing 16 ape~P55d~s

ip.. M.jir '61 14*

in the i P *e.erif

1A Isin t I'seta.
A IL e~ well-ke" 01INOW

fvor"., wel *r'a
M~ter @%yrtSV

tutored A !IllS# vt A
As day. -loy I- m
the vialt msaltothA eatMeigY
tordyHe *lor Ao*bhe qsunp
and or of ihe, bb
tb ideclt e R. W. 8=4.uU M WO

thevisitors to the suptyv Oapul -
teday. Mr. cwl is mom us" 5uat

N,', Ustic I 4W. Smell 41. Rager. Um
aIsiortothee uotytypt g esin'im, '0
ailnetnofinJudge ll... porteand

W. 0.Richardsn
11~~G W. Vwgbwndt5~-Jseh
Wrtoths city from **,,Am tiech~

)e-O-istdrl.Thy it Imcate Ioa4

Thomo 1* QW0 of.1 Ijulavtl14,Ky-,
Obh alenred to muestlil4on An
.aawl winterVisit. -ifs in 4hbgm-0" o1
his son46law, J, 0. Uvepe. Mr. clarko
b" m i friends In Oaiinsille who
are alway sgled 1o w4"me blva.
GOw. W, Holsesiort of S9L Gorg
VM w14ladthe ?4stetsy M. N1

Ot PMopleat S.Oe m ogeew, notwtlt.
ftanding that ibis is a season whes
the mlorlty seek anythig but a
coamit resort.

* Henry Polk of Newbery was in the
city yesterday. Mr. Polk Is a a o*

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'uppiX^^ "s vb Aid
I.I.(tW tu diJs *d fee
hors No 1. a

admC oWf'$"t od m- sade-
it W tf *If I Its. -, p

atewed h*dlem. e
to o to Kaght, Pi., -ia nfew
4&y to agas eater the trucking bust*

is ad -14teaw fot< rm
bf. iom d iad sc 0., &Mathd
.S IVon. wh t Joe sirtt e
narjt e aO 1104 p. 4"Wn Am JOYVWofh

vine vidt yete from rte nds
dwt~rCd ht aollaf Jtolt of ba

H.gh Sbaq ft. favopred Gai neois-
dilas wit oa vlbt eteray Fries nds

federote veteran. and one of the pt1 of Captain Shebe, who has been
S eer oltimse of that meetion V( the saufering eosiderably for sae time
county. He has many friends of the with rheumatiam were lad to see
"oldrr set" in this city who are always him looking maeh better.
glad to welcome him. ,I am Puth. formerly of High
Fred 0. Alorth ot i bfas was IS Sprias but now making his home to
the city yesterday. Mr., Alwoi has St. Ptewbqr, where e Is gaged
recently gone Into tohe aMostetatreo ti the W l belas, was If the cIty
yellow pioe mber at Loheo. and has yesterday. Mr. Put&h In "Nait
one of the most moder phiats to this se d" it he aew telV oB. whie will
section of the b oatry. with a cattig be plesiln Information to his mumer
S capacityy of .91.0 ft per d y, w which ou losrled thr hout thlaect lo of
he proposes to Icrease asthe doema the State.

Capta 'J. A. Tucker, for many
years a eittees of ReeIhete bet now re
sIdlag I Oceal. i l the city. and Isi
umereas friends are glad at the op
port"alty to shake hi W ad agat&.
Mlia Wtonie Tueker, his daughter, is
vistlain Mrs. C. 0. Butte at Roheaoll
Capatel Taskert lo events yeml
held the potUcal renas to the Roahell
precinct, and always asm oat mg

S& A.L AderMes l bomelnI, who ai
been here for the past few welm sw
ldattui ti the Gealesetfe Sbtleal
Bank as a bookkeeper, has retwreed to
his hoe. Mr. Anderse has t the
"Western ever." sad eaSpeos to eav
within the meat few wook for
Mexicol where he will ake Whi ftare
bome. He Is a sep of Hos. W. .I
Armenwa of DP-Of, tfr mvay yan
tax amsin of Lety awty.
pro Wedmstao 0rw em.
IL emL ray KaI sea was tra. a
thlbe city yeteay.

SMr. a Mrs. Goodaow iat Mr. and
Mrs~ H. J. Goodnow. regular water
visitors to Oalaesville who own a
handsome* home oan Ia Chbrch
street, arrived is the city yesterday
from Keeme. N. H, ad their friends
we"e tlad to welcome thie. and to
aote that they asr teMasg aW from
i their summer' eattg.
Stelrai df t Joeph Pluh. who la il
at e home oa hIs leter. a P. T.
M olaraleh, will regret to lear that
Shis ceamitie is title taue oved, if any.
A irepet w erreat several dayv
Sage that he had me ter reevered that
Ihe was enabld to leave Mi reom,
but this was a mistake It will be
seeeSeary to perform D eeartto e
the patiit. wohih may be perernfre
within the net two ar thee day
. Mr. asd Mrs. DIael Oraves have
arrived Is the city bm Tert. Ne
ibsa. tad are pleasmaty IO ed fr
the writer at their ue ltte ealttaM
a waest ert street-tad their
Craker erislea" anr d e ted toi

iAmesW."W00ards.aorosse was ioe im44&'Tj" a
00 n te ctyyesterday. boas attheUp* MhAMM bohemsbut
Basettle Thigpdm. a shrmaus do j"thepe em, having-
."We MO of Rochellm wMs Awe tdo psalw goof the S.. is Cola
intealyystr .roaft v- mpww 1i ewa 6,004ts" Im
W. lS. kpostmewad ermb.h ad bo IW"
am of 91WkIns twusassl ir PNW Thewdny SamIW u
"a in tug Or yeAUia. I wme'- .b .IdElmmuffwi
Uset hsi men Unsome in the edoloy ptue.
of Wob o Mweebe e mW IL J& . ftsdAbmkm I iWN
3 eftiw in ab 0 as b"16
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.iTi m dfT .w ldMi" OLapy 'Ws

taoseetwhoajlesto *elbesIfn'

dayW Hs.Haooaais't t lta

Tiwr sld radiUl at d price's '

rAldtati 9West nt u sad if '-l
the -r3ng piruits a 'the los to,
wit -le resiws, as a b~siemth vi t
lr tolth.Of ty ftsl ystMH$4
AtMit*i tsotald, to the ot l
Meot V 3Kilo A. -eanett, *hi# Ap
peaDls lmewhere la this tIue. Mr.

Deputy SbenffG oeo. W. UviAeteM
of Newboery In te cty yesterday.

who Is a puest of hll family at New-

I. St oks of Campllle was td-
tiag t tI city yesterday. r Stoibe
i a successful pea and fruit grower.

most protit peahr orchatds in that
setlsn of the county.
* W.p of pew. BW. T. ape theI
Method# minister of Rothefle. wtl
regret t ?lr o tha b e erb en.
toed 1 6s re A with Iliaes fr the
P "t 46d *A t trust b ewill samp
ropm is uora lbeelthb. i.
Mrs. W. H. Margraves ad iterew t
iml Mttle ldalge, Mary, i any awha
sat v to the former. itw Judge
J. A. WIUle, ket ester ay or tr
home N In tOnila tMo.. Ush rto the
friPda. iatdl Htea/ If O'lym.

rse la a hert of melas fmilns heraw

Passd th h the ted y ter lldfy a
radoe to s forl tUe hd. Mesat dy,
where hWs ewf apf two ebidresa have
ber *olatmg relatives ora the past

as w iMars JaesmvmeaI
T. A. mI p Iep saWl wile at W1il
oUrd w oi th c tylyeeay. ..
Nethod^ ilter o R lloooeU yi

rwht lhe Mr. t emt pe m had Me

same baesd e Thm Sum sbserptim
tisd t. ll sr eatesive owI r of

several ir a tuim k trlll ut
or. P. P0. Wr eedwr ad MtMrs.
Amma P. De to tshar N. N .L. e
emlet f m. Mr. t. L.U alr tl
art their hemero bee tads r Ar-
-edm tirnoi the dbt e r ea

solves as hihg wer M le moasl
Gewaeseib s r.a"d wi remfn
here ow- l se .
Amaee rSelat e to the *al
Lo were Maner. Tempaw ld I
e e4d -* Thee esometatms

vse an as an ak a- e at
we I-ge Ie wa art aus-r O

Aw P. Deu i rI nring N. e. Sre

ee sr ^e as wase o

aeMS~h o

4., i

The hawa w b e h f&an ta*
raeuo at is Ie e mwson
a". F. IL Na. .of s o ar im e


fthe wofeemaft am

w -a t miy -- -
Wo. rs in "*

W-~ANTEl--T ,rs $11,
for good n1, I ,'i T
Co., Lukons, F ,,rida.

WANTED-S,.r,,:l r
men to relr .. t .
$25I w eekly. li ,, l
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~-~i I Cfty Is

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liv~~~~~~ "A~oa TeIn. wil b tw

A".Ise twelve "Oi* with broad and
inymtps 'VS'SSM. .554will be equip-
pid- wi&t the; latest In inewrage and
oth6r =04Mstsappliancess including
00ety it",uslights..-' ,--,.
COWAtrWteDSIMPW zpecUta tbe.
gin wdak on this buliltag at oaces, and
the ,cntrait provided that ho wini de-
liver sam*e comape eWithin ninety

Mr. W4 Umrs.lnsWo aftreclever
mtetaaes.sad 4their new Wasse
mlm wtlair -4t* Iem mucmozmre -a-
.,SMM;* tA **Rimg after te haL-


-TRAXLUR., Dec. $.-An aemoelatl..
was held St Oak Grove Baptist
ekurik hasting for three dues. Neovem-
bet 34. 17 andISt. T04 visiting minim.
tern were MW.,* MDA"ersof CGlmes.
Ville aow *v. i. C. Dasose oflake
City. An whoa ateaded express them.
seftves 55of woneilplessed.
A w*4d"I'-*"*tmay was perform.
$41 bme4111h0 Aternoon o1 Nevew
We ISL the eoutactla Partie AS an
No. Cb* 6" 4 imb lu. mmAiood.
wftb Rev. 0. W. 4L Wafe oelstlng
The bridewas aUUM Is blys. wit
Wto mP.t* WOW GotFewpeshole
Ob beg st in 4mithiemui lsebkwOmly
W kew bomw"boem&s ma 1r*MvTa

Grove ehdoeb Immsy.


pup about hlialf. ,,, .
spot around evt, % ,. "*,<
Liberal reward for ,n of
for nuforimation ..., j ,
o; o|alneL. W. \V ,l::k Ci

Lost a Valuable Horse.
.Fiends of Cul. J. W. Pant
sympathizlug with liil i ll he
"Gray," one of his lin, ...
mal having died in :i;i a:;
after very pe(, liar 1' .-
C' ol. Patton hatl dr: : !.,
during the day. ;,ii'| : 1 iL !, 11
of taking it out ,f I t,:...
home late in th,, :i!' ", ,(i v
suddenly became, niiit,.,, ,. ,bh
broke the buggy ul, (-:j .at!l
fore it could be r. :i fr
'harness. Inimedi;t, 1v' a: !
horse wAs affected to -\\re(
sions, and notwlilhst~ki!1ii: at
thing lOsAlblh'f as (i. i r'' a'li
t6 relieve Its su:f ;i. f(l
"Gray" was a :li;iabl in'ma
has given his m: i:-tr fai: .fiil a
the horse was r.narh.iI .
the most hardy in thi- *. nr.
and will be miss .d ha <'. C-at

Buy of those mrcltanr wwho
tlsi in The Sun.


Grafted Pecan Tr
And Become Indepe"0t
-Safe, Sure Invests
sat Thia-Shell Variel:e** iS
Qnaatity. For further ia!?
ties address
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FOR SALE-To K,0 ,,icky
years old. a clin a. d,, el
2700 pounds; al>o Stud'bake
and harness. 1t. Sa.

anyone hunting il'ink
It's guaraiite,,d to
chills and fever, l'r.
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