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 10, 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: VID01322
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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6xVI, NO. wp





ghe# aurce That Country be Ready Buying Orders From All Parts of
W n fFinshe. Country-SIlxteen Cent Cotton
When r i ecitis F A ed. expected t wodWeeks.

NTON. Dee. -$ ad- eludes the mighty areas of Brazil and NEW YORK, Dec. $.-The report
the Southern O nlal Argentina and of other countries, let of the census bureau showing only
John Barrett, oof us bear In mind that there reaches of the cen8u8 bures u c howinn oy
tilnal Bureau otallatiran directly south from Panama to Pata- 8,878,277 bales of cotton ginned to
said, in part: gonia a Pacific Coast Line of five tDecember 1, comparing with 11,008,661
of the highetance thousand miles, in the very infancy to the same date last season was fol-
Sthe South but to 'whole of its development, blessed with a lowed by lncreased activity and con-
Swe should 41 .to get marvelous variety of resources and siderable excitement in the cotton
tr the Panama -OMM,' We climate, and one which, though cornm- market yesterday morning with May
actually confronted with a paratively isolated, is already conduct- contracts selling up to 15.39, or 17
danger to our coauaer e and Ing a foreign trade valued at three points above the closing fIgures of
hige abroad-namely, that we hundred millions of dollars per an- Tuesday night, and at a new high
iMplete the canal only to And num. In other words, the five re- record for the season.
ltr countries will galn greater publics of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Heavy realizing, attributed to some
pl benefits from It than will Bolivia, and Chile, practically de- of the leading bulls, caused slight
ited States. The one great bouching on the Pacific, bought and recessions during the morning, but
before, that our people and sold in one year products equal In there was a great volume of outside
grts now should 40 Is to value to two-thirds of the entire cost buying and the market showed a very
l set in motion ulch activi- of the canal. If a trade of such vol. firm tone with bulls claiming that the
1 policies as will place the en- ume can be maintained without the census figures Indicated a Government
pi In readiness to enjoy, and canal, it is difficult to predict its estimate of under 10,250,0,o bales.
heM, the new routes and facll- valuation a few year. after the canal The commercial crop last year was
!lided by the canal. It will Is completed. In the neighborhood of 1:.800.000
ist criminal lack ft foresight "Northwest from Panama is the bales,
I four hundred milIU s of dol. Pacific Coast line of Central America The market became eveni more
king this waterway (Md then and Mexico, with a roach of nearly active later In the day with buying
lat its completion to ftnd that three thousand miles, which will be orders reaching the ring from all dl-
lit tio a position to atilise ful- put into direct and ultimate touch rections while It looked a- though
inuch discussed advantages. with the South when the canal is some of the larger of the old bulls
I, are twenty-one States of the opened. This coast line from Panama were replacing cotton which they
tordering on the hbI seas and to San Diego now carries on a foreign had sold beldw 15 cents int expecta-
[ports from whioll ltoela ought trade valued at approximately ool, lilm cf 16 cents before ('hristmas.
n through the Panama Canal, hundred mnilions or dollars; it is hard ciay o' i.traictM sold at 15.51. or $1.40
Ilardlyoneof themirealizes the to prophesy what total this will Ie- Ire 1 'r I,' above the ecInig bid of
Nliteis which the canal offers, come a few years after the Ithmilan TU'LI3 1) iht, while August ndvaoced
1 coimpletion only five years waterway is done. to II', or $2.40 a bale. 'The claw
L T, re should be started a "Speaking of all Latin America and a ,d(ly. wlh the general market
'G!t I0ady for the Canal,' what it offers to the South, I would -' ~" imw a gtili for the day of from
1ouhl bU heard all along the have every chamber of commerce or II to 4. I.tintd.
ZAtIaZtic :%id Pacific coasts and hoard of trade from the loanaoke to -
l :at i.:tional movement to the' Rlio (rande organize cmmliinitt,,es TAFT SHOWS CLEMENCY
I' : in a way that will be or subordinate climbs to .alnkel inltrr- TO CONVICTED BANKER.
S *!'I |luctical. Every city est in everyithiing lcrtaindin to L.atin --
n1 eitttr having any in- Anmerica, to its his tory and develo- \VAillI;TN,. I>, '.. -Tih Prestl
S.merce should 'he- m eilt, its comMur'e'a nI 1 inutrle t its ',it s t, .a r,,rdayjv pareei,,d lredlerick It.
*i ial trade conuAl. l.eolel', ill- ittli-lol .ni1 rii .nt. (;r,,r f,,rrl)..r ca.shi.-i of tho Frodonla,
lI 1ti, of the world to and then to Ftludy il'lhOds of build- N. Y', Natlhi al i, u I,,, ha s served
lt ,anal. Every section Ing up ex.h .'n of tra(e with all all ex'e- t bou oilc e ,ir?;- 1 aw of a I I
Ptot, < i, clally the 8outh b arts of (our r: ter reti al'.c. na d of r sc. i nrc' '!,,r li. i l... fal.,oe n.
M :..rli Itaelf, for in- taking advantage In a practical way t ies. The' ca,, i al trl.nil-l in that
tith r',. zrat Went or Pacific of thel great cainl. I I h we nould her usdi ii lit at .r a recolw
S :; anl Central America start a Pan-American Iague with ii ,,,tion for ,arin fnm the de-
ants and resources branches in e'cry important city and ar, e nt of justice. th e, n al channel
of demand and town of the southh and mupporled by for suh naitvri \ ,o-'resident
l what Is desired the best citizens of each community. ;hr.,san nod e-,,eral 1l., r prominent
. for sale, starting Good results would surely follow bcthli e, n.mni.i (lee |.nlon. It waa
l't l* -, c niservation of re. for our trade and for our Influence r(..pr..v e uted that ;r.ee n had been
" ''rt of coast harbors Such a movement-a tangible ev- gilt) (f lo p.erual dth.tonesty and
Says, betterment of dence to all Latin America of our iltat the bank wa., t lunt and he
the sending 'of growing Interest In our sister repult hrnione re.intsible for 1: Grwn has
*.t :1abtroad, rtudy of the lies-would accomplish wonderful re -Ln h.Tr.( d a in.IxnMible polUtiom
travel Alneg these sults in removing any distrust and in Kanna (City. Kaa.
.t but future o lo susplclon which is often described aln _--y._
S acualntace with existing among the masses of people WOMAN SUFFEED YEARS
II rliJ racial character from Mexico and Cuba south to Ar- WOMAN uIE Y A
e h :.t and Iportast igetina and Chile. WITH SPONGE IN 900Y.
i' ,iiK ready tor the eC. "If now we can actually start a -- -

sti.nSStates bame
M rd 'Aq1i~tic coassmau h
of~ Lack of th~n av
!' i attaA~

1w ~c" in he vat hin
i tla'

booaide Pan-American movement In
the South and popularize the cry:
Get Ready for the Panama Canal,' wv
will astonish ourselves and the world
with the good accomplished and de-
velop a unaolmity of sentiment In
favor of a suitable celebration In
1115 which will appropriately make


ten pipffed Suicde

W. Va. Imiled & wife to sampin?
~ ChSUIS ~ amew saSeld.Arrivftal t a POWt
W~ 6 gweb. e hdsbW tdasbigs

Impbo boMtr e u W- T e A s shsI simst It
(*'~mnme gft 4*" bIW Uaway theMWeof
Unai. wof mC~@ u om ae
kA f ddA mdOd b"W N O

suffering four ye&" vwith a suripm's
slme oiiswe-d upi n her bdy. UMn
John ii. rertlg. of this fY. diW edw
Four years ago Mr, PreftiSows
operated u5KJO for a liar.Tb.
&chyuicians forgot to rer.""4 a $POW.5,
fr''nh the sound. Ancti?.,,r sopermtke.
perforwed In an offeir t e'c8Wadthe
mijaonge. failed.
one year later 1gd.limsS of tOe
spon~ge worked out thre,eodI Ms U. Per
tiriu sWldq. AUA t1tird ,'r1(A SOg4
:the, apoage. whic Was teed had..-
ad a&" Imbedded In fti. wo
abdomea. This qogwrauca Pmd

the vM oeag ft he CAW Al a fa-re
me OW l eves- atmlMi dr

The WU PIOWW 1 the i U do
tme UIV"stow buot yestw Uefb"
84 PIAIMU or oe adas wake
41 di sm %u V'O eamit f
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Alleged That George P. Sheldon sapproprilted

Foods of lasur&nce Compay.

NEW YORK. Dec. 9.-George Free-
ton SBIldon, deposed president of the
Phenix (Fire) Insurance Company of
Brooklyn, lying at death's door at his
Oreenwich. Conn., home, was Indicted
for larceny In the first degree by the
grand Jury in New York yesterday
fpr alleged misappropriation of funds
of the company of which ho was the
head for twenty-two years.
As Sheldon was not arrested and.
probably will not be unless his health
Improves radically, the text of the
Indletmnct was nut made public, but
an official of the district attorney's
office Is authority for the statement
that the amount which Sheldo is la ac-
cused of stealing Is $45,000.
According to this official. sheldon.
It was testified before the gra.id jury,
used the funds or credit of the Insur-
ance company In stock market trans-
actions through a New York broker-
age firm and pocketed tho profits.
The grand jury *wll now investigate
the connection of other with alleged
tipeculation with the funds of the
Only charges m ninit Sheldon have


IOM,. (1t,.. )eDocmber 9.- After
far.tliig f)r 2S days, doclartng all the
tin'e that he would not allow a mor-
rel cf feod to Ipa.4 hip lips, Williamn
TI'ipln. a healthy manufacturer of
1iti, 1 <, has begunll to vat a I ii. Il. ,
affirmiei'r tl.t thlii v ouill notl hli pi 'n
'1iitil (icdl P&|lO.' to li!m i, d ai Ive' himM
nil iop>cilt,.. le'.t uilikii ,o i to MItnl. hli
Family puit tl e i lbiliin n from .egM IIn
the niltetr he idraiik. \IVl' ii he lini
ed of this dert'itlhdii hoi deIclal',,r i
wan no use to keep on failing and beO
gan to eat. lie I galiii ittrpliienih
rapidly, and his phyiirlectiia hopl fore
fhis recovery, though he is niiffering
from tublrcultals.

Salt Is More I

As Result

been examined as yet, although the
report of the Insurance Department
Implicated other.
In the meantime detectives will be
sent to Greenwich to Inquire Itat
the condition of the accused man's
health. If they are satisfied that he
sla too ill for trial, no attempt at ex.
tradition will be made, but he will
be kept under close survellanee. His
condition last night, as reported from
Greenwich, was critial.
Four exhibits of Interest which
have figured In the grand jury In*
vestgationa so far are three drafts
for $10,000 each and one of 115,000, a.l
lowed profits of speculation whiol
Sheldon Is accused of having carried
on. Each of these draft ais made the
subject of a count In the Indictment.
Sheldon Is 64 years old. and widely
known In Insurance circles., l was
taken III with plomaine poisoning eli
weeks ago, before ho was deposed
as president of the Insurance coarn

Hly of those merchants who adver*
tire lii The Sun.


COihMlllIUS, Ohio. Ire. Iti-Prank
(Irlmns. colored. who killed Illanche
McKnlhti. lwth whom h was tIn
love, hluiatlid hlimslf In hi. cell in the
county Jail omie tie(l Tueaday night,
and his body wan found Wednesday
lnrnnllg. II haid been lh,1tencnred
Tu-'ivluiy to dle in the elortrle hbair
fi Mareh 1'7

V',rik .ttllc r tiimi.(l liiN l Orlinlho for
wo d r iaud, 'llto north >'tiu of Orangee
.Irru, e i InHligK put In ltlbrttr ii'ondl
tl e. The im.irrn siret from the
('athollr church to the -ctandlilpe has
ItH-w' plow< and grade and l now
Ileng rolled with the heavy st*ea


of New Tariff

WASHINOTON, Dec. 9t-aklt. alo) nI otanlnlg the best tariff philoeoph

with early every other nereselty of
life, has beomoe wwor e xpemlve as
a result of the Aldricb Payse-lMoot
bll. Dealers are beias nollled that
on eeare grades prices have heen
leressed from 75 eents to $16i a
ton, while table and dairy grades are
advane*4 from 11 to 0 2i a toa
The' a;t>proazimate oseamptioNl of
allt In the aklted S.tates Is S.AGA
tens each year, so that If the average
lrrease toI bt 0 costs a tma the
trust will add 1iJA.O0o to Its aaual
A stubborn fight was made by the
Fmnrrate dourtn the wre'vokm of the
tar afft the special s***ela for fm
alt. and wben It was se.O Ithatl wa
lpossible. ft was hoped a sohan
trial downward reIlale onm that sehed
tle mlght hte sered.
Thomsm Jelrvrm re"eMrem ded. Ito
oe of hi asesgos to Coegrees. "the
seppressiom of the detie on las ." a
larIge perta of wheMA d tY is e
hemted y he h y espeavy e f
NoWseeag "sl
Sell to a sme ly of ifOe ami
4h6"m be a m fme r*ama tnas s r
w -- a 8w om Aa lmm ft J. Wa~.t

&@dsma"e I* me en r 9o
e UseWI ii 4 bi ug

mittred before or siuwo.
"$aIt Is s 6" InIs"large raetlteby
the fArmor and N.antor, s&aidWalhuw,
and to the poor thiselamViper""
mact oppresSIvely, not only to the
i s@ of the sitiel. Iteeffbht "as
bfase with salted prevlsee.TMe
salt made abroad by solar evap'watle
I toalso woo Pere and wboleospe sad
asI"eumwevevoal healbonth shomid be
Iexeompt frum tanatwoe
In his opeech s%" the tariffbig
I champ Clark of MIOerIua doeebrod he
was sONtP Wt ope i s. WvemWae u
lop"e any artile, sve MRl. "One a#
tbe greaeste"a"n that ever tat is the
ilesmW woo Tbmrsm 11, lisuto,.," sai
MAL -me flamebt for toTomWrt
%of*SON ult 04 te re Ista. Ie ma
sm-&, now PtON49 Rot smpef Uam
be deserved the1g64" trod f fodei
gin$ It -Who eow OW ON as ofb
I reeO.Mbe amI b 1081100111 wV
that be Inmaled h be smW 6Whu
meow WW herdst-a 111801d4 US

dbsIt md am u mwIee WWdbeli 4
am* ft wbawm ftdMOi eA

m afh~t Isbm dom twpi6Oes

IN MI-1- also,
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Demonstrates Importance of
Record of Coot of Feed
for Each Cow.


(By 9a.n U. Scott.)
It is doubtdfl If te .,sare ,af4
| don dairy"ei l o4p wo caft
toll what it costs them to produce a
s600ap lk~ weth9 every cow
| tpegh pib lk tc,
however, two Important questions an
0"ery dairyman ought to be able to

O f mlk as it' Is to w.. to Wq
we M&*so So as toC640 .hst* e.
wits. Without the knowledge* of the
A s l NO9 *40 oftw
,l' d to at the e'. way 40s know t.e

th .roetars from es= h oow o i the
d, It is not a enough for bei to

kow how mbdsh milk ecSh cow pro-
Suees, bu4 t he must knowt ord to do
SIt takes so muc time ao produ

et thuIe lbomaiohe is not liklao.
T to snd dairls a profit able must be
ad experduced at the lowest possible coften
be that wil, te dairyman must knesow
Sthe. returns from each cow in the
herd. I that lor is enough place for him to
kaow how muob milk each cow pro-
dara, buthere must know the amount
The real caused of the feed ailuraten to produce
verthi milk. Ie poor methe dairyman falls of conduct to
etAn o Informationterprise, i not likely
to find dairying as profitable as he
had expected. The reinplest will often
be that be will condemn the business man asks,
that ay that Florida n his m no place for
Sdalrye, aes there to no money n ge.
The real cause of the failure, In, how-
ever, the poor method of conducting
the bu is ust much business.
Iusineas Methoda.

Sducted ofti business principles, will
sooner or later become a failure. The
tenft questil, on the usiryness man asks
Is,. "Will It payr? If he Is convinced
that a change In his methods will
pay, he 1i apt to Make the change.
a. Darylg ito Just as much a business
t i s manufacturing or mercantile
w ork, and it requires Just as close at.
tention to details, If the dairyman Is
to make a fair profit.
Sample ,Records.

we i* to MUnoua.tbAwbv
theaMe fur the DoinSSl SWig

4 A 44

b aeted for

01 V* 9L .zpoaaD,

JL ... .....

1', W o Qali .

herd bn as good milk producers sO
the bet four cows, the 1615.72 gallons
of milk would ave coat 19.71 whl
if the entire herd ad bo n al unprori

milk would have oest $816.30, an w n-
crease of 0188.45, or $17.68 per cow.
These figures should be convincing
enough to show the proats to be ob-
tained by keeping a daily record of
each cow In the herd.



The following are the records of a
herd of seven cows on the Experiment
Station farm. These seven .cows are
only average dairy cows, and the re-
sults here given can be duplicated by
any good dairyman in the State. All
the cows were fed the same feeds,
namely, 7 pounds of bran. 8 pounds of
eattooaeed meal, 15 pounds of sorghum
silage per day, in two equal feeds.
No silage was fed after April 1, as
S the ows had good pasture after that
In the six months frdm January 1
to June t0, cow No. 10 produced
U868.26 pounds of milk, at a coat of
7.3 cents per gallon; cow to. 6 gave
8 81.75 pounds at a cost of 8.6 cents
per gallon; cow No. 2 produced
3039.5 pounds of milk, costing 9.3
oeats a gallon; cow tNo. 13. 2633
pounds, at a cost of 10.7 cents per
gallon; cow No. 4 produced 20&8.26
pounds at a cost of 13.7 cents per gal.
lon; cow No. 7. 1949.25 pounds, at a
cost of 14.5 c nts-ger gallon; and cow
Nb. 8. 1805.25 pounds. at a cost of
6. l cents per gallon. The average
cost per gailom for the hIerd was 11.3
events. The average coat per gallon
for the best four cows wus S 9 entl.
S and the average cost for the three
poorest was 14$ cents. showing a
difference In the cost of prudurtlon of
6.7 cents per gallon.
These results show plainly the need
of keeping a dally record, and la this
way weeding out the unproitable
dairy cows.
v Comparison.
The total amount of milk produced
by theSe seven cows in six month was
18016.23 pondes. or 214.7 gallon s.
With this her of cows It cost $244.73
for feeds to produce this amount of
milk. If all th eews ta tbe herd had
been o as nmprtae ams ow No. I
It wotid have east mhI.N to produce
that amoist of milk; ht Ift all had
been as profitable asa ow No 10 It
would have Ceat eGly 15.10e. or bees
than half us mseW W JlaM the oetr
L.. ,L, : ,* .

His Opinion I* That Parties Who
Took Same Were on a "Lark."
In speaking of the horse and buggy,
the property. of F. P. Henderscp,
which was taken from the vicinity of
the First Baptist church while the
owner and his wife were attending
services Wednesday night and left at
a point nearly a mile distant from
where the property was secured, Mr.
Fenderson dated yesterday that he
did not believe the party or parties
bhad any intention of stealing, but that
they were merely 'on a lark," and
used the rig for convenience.
Mr. Henderson states that he be-
lieves who the guilty parties are, and
that this was not the first depreda-
tion they had committed recently. He
seems rightly Indignant over the mat*
ter, as it caused him considerable
inconvenience and worry. While the
property was delivered at the second
hitching-place In as good condition as
It was found. Mr. Henderson does not
appreciate the motive no tbhe action.

At the meeting of the Board of
County Commissioners to be held on
Tuesday, January 4th. 1910, bids will
be received for the hire of convicts
for ensuing year. All bids should be
sealed and addressed to 8. H. Wiengsee
County Clerk, and must be In hand
by January 3rd. 110. Any desired
Information can be obtained from him.
The right to reject any or all bids is
reserved. J. 0. DAMPIER,
Chairman Dd. Co. Com.
Attest:' 8. H. WIENGES. Clerk.

Bids for five overseers to work the
public highways ia this county wilk
be received by the Oommlassloers at
their meeting the rst Tuesday In
January. 1910. Those only who have
had experience Ih working roads need
apply. Board reserves the right to
reject all bids. J. 0. DAMPIR.,
Chairman Bd. Co. Coma.
Attest: 8. fH. WINOm8.
Clerk and Aditeor.

A little waat at. wfll aom
mg resut.


,11gik~resiomPeriod Beginning With
Vee.IU8 and hidingWith

Upsll othe Sun:dth OU
lm* ws i wroued4 toltinw

"INUMIfWtbe ru~ie(o(,the-atw=i6

ui0i StAtesof Amerie In Cown

ftomq vs. .40.e qp )*i.s J~
Lie "of ~ iZout -vaym

no !!A* ~a r nt othaww. ,

and falty4^, elghte hundred a4
at -f, imteen hundred sand s1*-
seven, ad eighteen hundred and

Government Pays Railway Mall Clerks
$00% e $1400 a Year-Free
Soholarshipe Are Offered.
Uncle Sam holds spring examina-
tions for. railway mall clerks in this
The Job is for life; hours are short,
salary twice monthly and vacation.
To any young man this is the oppor-
tunity of a lifetime.
Thousands of "appointments "are to
be made. Common school education
is all you need; city and country peo-
ple have equal change. Start to pre.
pare now-free information. ee
scholarship this month. Write im-
mediately to Central Schools, Dept.
163. Rochester, N. Y.

Interesting Meeting wednesday Night.
Eleven Applications Received.
The local camp, Woodmen of the
World, is by no means dead-to the
reverse, they are "very much alive."
The Woodmen held a most inter-
esting meeting at their lodge room
in the Dutton building Wednesday
night, which was well attended, an
usual. As an example of how this
order is growing ln Galnesville, It may
be mentioned that at this meeting
eleven applications for membership
were referred to various committees.
The Woodmen camp in Gaineevillo
is one of the largest and most proe.
porous In the State.

Out last night? Headache and sarv
this momtgng? Hcmks' Capiudae
Nst the thing to fit you for buasaeas.
Clear's the head-braoes the aervesw
Tayt. Atrng stor


WHITE PLAINS. N. Y., Dec. 9.-
Notwithstanding his repeated rebuffs
t the r 'urts, Harry K. Thaw is still
trying to get away from Matteawan.
Ills attorney obtained an order here
yesterday. returnable at Nyack. N. Y.,
on Saturday morning. next, directing
the authorities of the asylum to ahow
cau.e why Thaw should not be trans-
ferrmd to some other Institution. The
petition on which this order was
granted was made by Mrs. Mary C.
Thaw. who alleges that Thaw is
being mistreated at Matteawan.

PAZO OINTMENT se Igurant;d to
care aMy cae tf Itlag. Blllnd. Bleed.
tag or Protrding Pons 1n to 14 days
or money re d. UL
TIe Stu odesreadin ett ards.



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The 2-Headed Woman!

Human Roulete

Jumping Horse Galler


Comer's Plantation

Flea Circus

CHIQUITA-.Miget Horse


Biggest i Bst Ever Seen!





D f4

Does not'Color the Hair

Sbw Sk bo pw &x4w. A* We It *Am b a dm% kv"=L #A
bko It he Itmas A3w' WAS *M
14d per"-
LA am dmd& as 619WL

66 athwWl

I-~f P116 its' lk:~O"'s lig,








Worni oer IlgN ed,
LOs Which Mean
nt of Plat

l explosion occurred at the
S.the Union PboPhAti Corm-
B or two 8V0 w"a corn-
wcked the big pl. patting
suddenly to a 11iatll.
were aerly Gou men
At the plant 00 0.big
ed, and It was|j1anuloua
Swas killed orWjtsd.

Titk about al *s Weiat
aty, and, while teplant is
t.ensive as 334 *0 *.pOV-
aeellent and prptpbl e pro-
Mr. Ludwig 0the
t a few years A new
recently bee a, which
g nicely.
su has not bad the opportun-
terview Mr. Ldwl. hkepe his
*lns are not kaoft.. At any
plant as It It adi te I a oam
wreck, and it will, t 1i9 sv-
leeks to place same, Ia running
v of Mr. Ludwigill gyimpa-
with hinm in this mi fort 6e and
thinancial loss.

A Prominent Vilte .
W. G. Seals, a prominent bank-
the progressive town of Hamp-
in the city Thu*slACy on busi-
connected with the office of
of the Court Wienggs.
Seals is not only an influential
man of his home town, but
efficient member of the board
.ty commissioners of Bradford
B from his district. He states
lnimpton and vicinity, like other
Sof old Bradford, Is flourishing
Stren bay tree.

o' CAPUDINE Cures i8ok Head.
. Nervous Headache, Travelers'
ticbe and aches from Grip, Stom-
I Troubles or Female troubles.
SCapudine-it's liquid-*efects im-
tImly. Sold by drugmitM.

k Big Furniture Store

e Would Call



To the fadt that e'Vu&thcar. 3
r4d in a Frmndtuwmdo a is on
60e NPward leads",inyI use.i
TOare advised by aD inin
l)Ctrers thai l WNWDegeinhe
Ii all fotrff prime "WMU
hebAdvancoed 1Ite 30 pw eut
Our stock 'is laujAL We -bm-

',and therdere w go

adas e prS Thes
,rte can"'t gg6 W7 hbe&
"ew 'would adi 69 go g*gin
Ptatiat parhoen ft "IMaN,
oWed Or write toge njft ral.
%t &re focir PFWMLm. lb.
~~~W 940WAaurn AeW


14a wa 6 e.0



Conficated as Property of Ben Stiles,
But Ordered Shipped by In.
structinon of Court.

A barrel of whiskey and a compli-
cation of orders in the hands of
Sheriff P. G. Ramsey is getting that
official into all kinds of entangled
predicaments, especially since the
transportation companies have refused
to permit Sheriff Ramsey to fulfill the
instructions of the court.
At the last term of the Circuit
Court Ben Stiles. an aged white man
of Newberry, was arraigned upon a
charge of selling liquor, when he plead
guilty, but in consideration of the
fact that Stiles had been giving the
authorities previous trouble along the
same line, sentence was suspended
with the understanding that the de-
fendant leave Alachua county, never
to enter its borders to reside again.
This ruling suited Mr. Stiles, who
agreed to leave immediately. But he
explained to the court that he had a
barrel of whiskey, in assorted quarts,
pints and half pints, which was the
property of a Jacksonville whiskey
house, by reason of the fact that he
had not laid for the goods. lie as-
sured the court that, should the goods
be returned, proper credit would be
'given him, whereupon the court In-
structed the sheriff to ship the goods
to the designated whiskey firui iln
So far so good, but the genial
sheriff was confronted by another ob-
stacle. When he Ipresented the pack-
age to the transportation compne1:111ls
they refused to handle lthe same for
shipment, upon the grounds that to
move the package from Alachua c(an"
ty they would be violating the law.
Sheriff Ranmsey rarted the int'luor
back to the jail store room, where it
has since remained.
After It was learned that the rail
road companianle would not trainspoii

the liquor beyond

The Way of the Transgressor is Lard

The wise housewife specifies Cottolene every time in place
of lard. Anyone with a particle of respect for his stomach
would prefer a pure vegetable product to one made froin tim
fat of a hog. Cottolene is always pure; lard isn't.

Cottolene.will make more palatable food than lard, and foodI
that any stomach can digest with ease. Lard is a foe to digestion.
You can prove every word we say by trying a pail
of Cottolene. All good grocers sell it; all the great -
cooking authorities of America recommend it.

COTTOLENE is Guaranteed YoU grone y h M shMedaSM
not pleased, after having given Cotd o a i fair s. ou
Never Sold in Bulk C.n*l. is paked In pals with an air-tit top o
I^CVFr q m D kee-p t len. fre -nd wholomn-u- w prrrt It
fror eatchins dwt and absorbing disaneable such as i, soil, tc.




J. Murph Everett of Donnio, an ex-
te nsive crossti, contractor aud oMne of
the most widely-known men In the
West End, Is In the city on business.
Mr. Kverett is Justice of the peace.
lor his district.
W. A. Roberts, a well-known con-
tractor of St. i'eterlsburg, returned to
!,J. lhonle ye eilday, after ita bsii)alls
l'il to (;:tin~ t vil!. Mr. lothertsi wa
I 11rly of I'ahltkt. but went to St

county, tie finr sent in order to,
Newberry partly,: f,'r the 'go,)! th,
order be;ng alddres(.el to the rhlrifl.
It was prey.ented to (ihat offidal Thurs-
day, blit. a(ctiing un i'r tlie iothlstru lihit
of the court to ihlip t11e whi.4k.v to,
.lJackson ille, lie refused to delhier the
.*oods on tl e grrounld that by iso dlo!t,
h'e would violate the order o)f lthe
r', rt.
T'he ,.rn ff hifoit n 'l tl i.l: ir,,r 11f
the or sii'r t hit t inler n I ( ir ii.: ta ii'c
v.-ud tI de llver the' fg:'xiO' i:s l
tl:'otu; iin on f e r i l,'e d y .Ji!.,
Awlsd o tl rnietlt(r Wrinll-. .crlff
Rnmn:,'y la- the' vl.i k,1 y n:ir:c TI
original iis'r:ce:im of the eoart. ntil
lCe Nay:; l;c l!:lt':h: to illW k to bothI
until he see,, the, J.l tdtz's vame nf-
fl'ed to an order to de'llver the 'oodh
to the Newberry parltd(..

Interesting Game of Basket Ball at
Park Thursday Afternoon.
In an Inteersting I at excilthn gaini,
of basket ball between IIhe yoini la
dies compriting the Toen and Junior
School tensm Thur-day afte.ricmn. the
Town girls came out victorious over
the Junlors by the clo e scorT
of 14 to 13.
The game wais bl,.:ed lcy 'oly
a few. owlnug pno..llly to the crol
weather. but tho re wl.o did attend
enjoyed the game thorn ihlv
The young ladies, mo txAh sides
showed their ability a plae.rE
The line-up of the two tet'rn' wa
as follows:
Town Team-irene'P MrCrear> gral;
Joulw Walker. forward, l.,'tal
Pedrick and Pearl Colmn, guard,. Is-
la Eddins, rn'ret.
High School Junior#-M%',t'lle
Iftrkbim. gnal. )1 ',rt!r. Deran" for.
ward: Ruth McDonald and Mine Mar.-
tiL guards;. Mary Dasktns. center

Dont Be Hopelee

About yourself wbhn you're -rlp-
o pl with rhematim or stiff jonts-
-00 r you've tried os of t ing
ad t ey falUd. Try BaUsrd'* 8f w
s .lSna-t"4t will drive away an
M -Ves W aWstd lffM i aW k egs
j wm wd as y* *ev*r we r e IM


h.' has proIspered in his vocation. Hlie
.. I t. 1.1 t, l lu tow iind declares it',a
i lite ilu t place on the West. Coast.
Mr- T' It. Il-wis of Camlpville, who'
h t lt'ee;n with her motlher, Mrs. John.
:n, .et lthe Saiitarlium, for the I|pat-
"., ilh-.:,i 'liirneld to I.er hI eto yer

terday. Mrs. Johnson has been suffer-
Ing fromn a complication of di.eares.
aud friends will regret to learn that
her condition seems but little inmprov.
ed. Her son. Hugh Granger, of Jack-
sonville, Is also with her.

The Correct Time
To stop a rougli or rold is jurt as
toon am It starti-then there will Lo
no danger of Ineumonia or consump-
tiou. Just a few doses of Itallard's
lortrhnieid Syrup ltken at the start
will .tLop the couLth. If It has been
running on for sotittlme the treat-
.nctit ill be longer, but the cure is
,.ure,. Sold by \'. M. Johnsonu.
Typewriter ribbon for 'iale at tIl
,aloe. The best on the market. Onl)
seventy-fve eeats All colored and tor
Son aUl standard mablabne.
It Its worth more to someone else
(han to you-tio matter what It ls-
a want ad will be a iood InveustmenL




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Nesx to Magnolia Hotel.

All Kinds of tiestrle Work Promptly
and Properly Done.


Sale in the History

of Florida

Al Kinds Geatlemen's. Ladies', Boys' ad Chilurem's

Shoes will be Sold Poitively at Co for On Week

Only! Presents will be G(ve to Everybody who wil

B a Pair of Soe : :


'loRIDI, ii1COKm8




Metor work a speelalty.
line of electrical supplies.





Wall (Union) St., Next to Segle's Furniture Store



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Othe ji^it *'ii AuiaaI
va, .a.a wt t he Pm t U la^ ff" h+ appears go The D-

S. .. MUOBR AIT.... e..9te Vasigur h r ti u,.nb oan t heo s- ,day la IS a towed tO "
-w. t ...ie ae. m't hw tAeret ayt. ifa w i i i I AND ALL mol,"

hs *- -*-el-, -evee or Ie W g s s a ir tlio a.sd o .ar-lo ea o the mhow t d are the arngfe to t t th a t..

Maim eU M, Bto a l pmea or and o 1, CURESk sn se. pn ...e..
slatb, 8. oar Os rst a o, iImn prer Bat paM1 eac-t- t ,eaesd or a e beor oomp4l that h n COessiAy dark. C

"'aa Ma"tO o h be l 0__ show wsond 11a11411,WO

n eMlae o t l a ebs IABbi lllol0 4 8 a a t MS ,
aIL tsM AIa-r, IpSISb a WA *Wd1 ve n 125 414aPimatoPar
itaMte sttee S ta a -r. usa ePes S 0s, to w: a, for II r ,-, Pi s, e A Su.s..t.
'*_ _w____e *___ w ST a^ p s 1090e. LOUIS, MCPrsn.4sgt t

Bea ppera et a vedupIOM o lase men aW l agw to pea t W Oil telgT
yw age m1s;. "isnd e p l Seo n dA-s-1 ga rg g T M f o

fet s-aIwI to swOL ti *o* e to ptty j bo uier b.to t lt,"i 4a*t I
Sarsi N s i M* h dl only tandad mater

bsthe~iwmteuswhlbrq r~~d topsy herdsr t th l. n %a k th___a____ thehandl only tda IfdaI
bTl Awc tT sUN, M aio stoct er leyr of e = "ano y dl" to h m tr Perfecto Bath L
I. '__i_ wotla__n_ he fle__* _o B_ Tube, Liberty n
T OI "nablsow. b sI3ll I m "i "suIAnPrlh Don't Worry A
OterC S5OAV ER a .R L ione or athe ir p i W tipp pe. leSe h tt
a'vw1tr..t Orate; Everlasting
r hee s graotaS the t*o no te t@ f R er tw e goBat to hs -Room Trimmil
nrteom of rtlolMwOa "10 th0e S14 Mon. o "'ti c +!t l! s ay s: +Iii a e s work all right, look all ri
ay A s y .... .,a . ,r 1, aAll right, s6y all riht.
*--y Friy -ot *Keep playgrooad i sad -1 Phone 151 2 13 E. Liber
aopile to changes In advertisements __ MASTERT S SAL.I
---t pthe pMlr robu d of con v a oini

aIrady ruRnag o the paper. Notice is hereby given that i^nd _er_
__ n -- with lattlsIe sad vine. On the outerw 4 birne of a al decr of
.. edges of the shrubbelry border marotau ba sq<.t of mortgage mandeo and
Brother Balllager appears to be the h whi, wich screens the bie 1 m b the Hon. J. T. WUlls, I
battling for Uem. of the building, you can have fall. ug.the Cirit ourt, Elghth Ju
dilIa Ciaclt of Flortid, In and for
elay out o a Nic- pltd bulb, uh hyselnthe sa4 Alahe onaty, on the 7th day of Oo 1 "J w 1
S o.S taUip nd nareltm, and follow these tober, 190i, In a certa n cause therein
r6Um--$,000,000 in t in mummer with annual plants that peding on the chanloery side of aid _____ ______
Smthe puplli are Utht to raie from court, wherein W, R. Thomas i m com- -
4TN Bauar TruAt thoieve believe ........to.. .. plainannt and W. Fennell, as sheriff
tat e are tuse s of advety. iioa on nse et of A a cunty, Florid, and oN- FF OTIJVB D AO. 1. 19No.
t ae the use odet chldmre interested in making the offlcio admtiltrator of the estate of
--front of the lot beautiful and they James B. Whaley, deceased, mad
"Uncle Sam" will take-or prefer will not damage t. Lawn owes are William Joiner and Thoma R. Whale
sayway-Ili sugar trust pulverised, e veryreayp nOv and the. il wnh shold, A are defendant., and wherein
thak you. -towery bno an te ra lthb the un rA Eed wao r Yea Ga SVille for lMianopy, Fairfield and lo-
-- annually topdresed with fertilizer to said decree, I wIN, oe Moaday, the cal.pointB BOUth. ......... ............ Id: 1(>
Port Rco coffee owners are pr promote the growth of the rd day of January, 1910, sell to t
paring for a U. treasury raid, too. Now s the time n highest and beet bidder for eash, be- tult Ig, TVe G.ineavlle ..... ............ 4 2)
Poor old treasury ow h Ume for pUn fore the court house door In the City
Poor old treury. declduous trees and shrubbery, but o OsGain Florida, between the Leave Gainesvile for Sampeon City, Palatka,
Th o Aldric n.spring will be better tfor the ever- lel hours of ha, all the right, title, T e r4 1lA n l it Not (,"
The Taft Indorsement of Aldrih gree. Interest and claim of the aid I W L ilty, Valdoets, and all points Lorth
as lot been adopted at its face Then, where the longleaf piae lorida. and ex-otiilo administratorof W a v Ga Vlle .... *........... 9 1
S i Trows go lnto the woods and with a the estate of lames E. Whaley, de.
sharp spade cut under the young tree ceased, and William Joiner and Thom-
Oral betting is not a crime. John a foot or so high to cut the tap root. as R. Whaley In and to the following
W. Oate can continue his popular Then lt them stand another eo*, decrlbed d l situa ted ln Alachua A. L Gls, Gn. Sept L E. Barker, Traffic M'i
amusement of betting a million, county, Florida1 towit: A. L6gLt, i kall d
&Wrnt o "n aadllon a they can be moved after they The Northwest corner of the North -_
have made more lateral roots. Ittle eat quarter of Section twenty-s1x .
Reports of a "Loeb-Root dynasty" ceds a foot hh transplant s (6), and the Northwest quarter ofr
in New York politic. seems credible, as do also the little cyprtre trees from Section tweenty-sI () TownshipL
least to the custom house employee. s. e s(amps:an they make fie ^e ne ), Range nineteen (19).
on the dry ground than in the swamps. tenements, hereditamente and appur-
The books of the Ice Trust have Hbltie. can be eslly moved in spriu tenances to, the same belonging or in
o houserfh$is9cash. Cpr. MATHeSON,
eome mispiaed move the leaves. Magnolias also special Master In Chancery.
.: tt a should have the l aves taken off so W. 8. BROOM.
So far as the United States courts that he roots can t start before Soltor for Complainant-
ae onerned, it apperI that Mr. 9the iaves evaporate the moisture too. t
Roekefller will be permitted to keep much.-W. l. Massey, in Raleigh (N. --
em strugling itndwenltely. C.) Progressive Farmer.
Mr. Cannon day h does not read The political l asset of Senator A Gra7 tdd Pi n r
Mr. Ladollette's speeches. It is hard William Lortmer of Illinois are given Aid seema Itadepe
to asth the Sp aker' eye with type ono 1eItorctlp, oine seain the
as by parliamentary methods National Houn of Repsentatves, --a.In
It m admitted th r. Tf found several rows of seats in the Ill
it a little chilly in the West when he _o_, L iwWs...
mentioned the tarft iand subsidies. Our fores oiere I.ve may be serious& a AI
Wonde if he wlU profit by It? ly endManered by the smolderaing MILO 4. BEN NETT T r n C o t IAt ,Gl
r Almiritrh .o- re in the Departioent of the In.e-G
fronMr. Of t lt aiour bankilg *yIt tZylor..W __leydeasd.. &ad
tert Is barbarous, but we raes u it ....,dS_..






which Nelso thinks Is the best ever. The readers of this paper will beY HOM E
S"- pleased to learn that there Is at least IN SA KOd
The Washington Herald Ins ptuzz#ed on dreaded disease that science bas" "
over the prolxOitlon. "bWhich is the been able to all It ages and Should be its policy of fire insurance, wi
o.. m T, ..,b.o..,,,. ,, Tuner Im l Rd ilder Should he its policy t ofire inpumnce, whicl, h'
reter man. Ty Cobb or Hoke that is catarrb. Halls' Catarrh Cure
Smith?" Oh. well. Hoke's young yet. i the only posiUve cure now known antee a much-needed protection to the f, i
--.--- to the medical fraterntty. Catarrhi instee Pwmli hed INIt y and Allu our part we wiil !
The Washlaiton Herald says belong a coestlitutonal disease. rawure Woik. Ga rm .' our at i
"Maree Henry Ie Just about America's a costiutlonal treatment. Haila lmls. : Addtes: e ew that Otr t "
tneet prodwc." Taktag tMg chances Catarrk Cure it take laternally, t. act- O AI LL. which are i
ae the charge of lee majesty from the Ing directly upon the blood and me- si nd most likr'
to hunter., ous srfaese of the system thereby
eetrytayg the fow datlom of the di- 'L pani r ao
"A Mrs. Noah keps a board g. M~* d ~t i the patient treaeth b9et to be hail. Ti ,'"
Moee & St. LAWI." "otes e Toe by building up the coa titutioa ad marem low. w1 *
pla ftie Jornal. And yet If abe assl nature a doitg Its work. I affor
Galled her eMtablishmeat "The Ark." T proprtitor haTe sa ome tch l k N a e, ,,
wv d the baders be bcompameeted? to i atstive PO e twes tht ey Or | mowO th i a ple
SOMHea dd Dor teor .. ,, Wrie or telephone'
SIt bai to ca m 11o"d Va d u--6-- -- ..-6. .--
Aayao wo e rem froe a the pa. Seask e n a tut .e,,, Pb* 66
tr Io regard to asetariff o the Ad&e FP. J. CHNW I M & IIa s ,as soft iM.s
Hou8e rotes Is g aNty of m eatal -m a '__ Ohio.__ _"b-am_ ars,_.
pawt aMd ay mWt properly be. SoWd bO a& SUMggiats, Te.A
1mg to a political g aOA~Iom rtet T"Mal framly Pi a. trow A* L Ap. oiK, ^
Isebafte JO 0. OCMMM lSSM-



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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, and that 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 all 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-NO INTEREST, 10 TAXESI



Sole Sellin Agents, Gaieville, Fla.
Telephone 366


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Othersm Charged ".lth SSae Offene
Still at Liberty Under SenDa
To Be Tried Next Term.

J. J. Knlghton, a white man, one of
a number charged with counterfeit .
Ing near Newberry several doatha
ago, and who was released under btdm
for his appearance at the fall term
of the United tastes Court In l0h
city, was brought to Olnesvilleo ad
tu' rned over to Sheriff Ramsey ThW*
day, his bondsmen having surrender
ed him. 'ihe man will remain la
prison until the seulon of the court
the latter part of the preseot mouth.
unless other bond can be secured.
There were several men arrested
SIn connection with Knighton, when
all were arralkned before United
States Commiassoner A., M. Cushman

and released upon bond. Among
these was a brother of the man now
In prison. All of these men, with the
o exception of the one referred to, are
still at liberty under bond, and their
S cases will' come up before the United
States Court at the next sitting.
r, .
Wright-Turner Aggregation of Ten
Shows Will IEntertain People.,
As will be seen by announcement
elsewhere, the famous Wright-Turner
Shows, comprising ten big shows, will
exhibit In Gainesville for one *eek,
beglaning Monday, the 13th Inst.
Thj show grounds will be located
a the Pinkoson lot. West Liberty
street, which will prove most conven-
The Wright-Turner ws J come to
.GainntFvll'e with the highest recom-
'*' mendation for cleanliness, not a tea-
S ture of the big aggregation proving
This will be the firit big show of
the kind Gainesville has bad for sev.
eral years, and It goes without say-
ing that the venture will be well
patronired. The management guaran-
S toe' the best collection ever assem-
bled in the city, some of which have
S never been seen here.

Her Heart Was Broken

SIeramiae her complexion
and 4t1o could fil d otlhing
It Ill Iadilex a biad coin
caus(il by an iiaclltiv liver.
voe livcr will be put In pert
tlon y lv i ng Itiillanrtl's HIer
unoqui.':icd liver regulator.
V. 11. Johnlifon.
Stcu re a tenant for th
room through a classlfe
The sun.


Capital ..................
Surplus ..................

W. R. Themes, Presidmt
0. K. Uroeme. First VIe
W. ,. Tayler, Semend VIe
L. 0. Turner, Cashier.

was bad
W to clear
iplexion Is
An inact-
fcct condl-
rhine. The
Sold by

at vacant
d ad. In


Pa id^eee-


a. .L~me
h.P. D~eu%
.AL Nmkft.

:. Q Nkb,,q
h.. Veastb,
W. R. Tbeae.
W. &. Taylr.

r Per OW Paid In

. .. f S ftiddenM Bt VlOatlon
T L lest a i ,akton Is TOht Mi. e.yInsta te .
Orwb55 0Ca955 *at twureeWd ery rapidly WedOeday
** af o-6 and Wednesday night, the
Proftaior Up"a ot Amburgs, e oM wa'0 piercingly felt. and overWoots
a ad r.' Sboiranad, of Paris, we"s syvldee Thuraday mornatg.
Prae, tare e honors of having However, the cold snap will prove
dlisovfed the hai malerobe. a bete0 t to many of the crops. ae-
a ee Is caused through clal lettuce, which had beun to
a few weks' w .th bae N, lrd growers of this veg-
drobes, but is the s t of conditlo"s b g lad to welcome .the
brought about by hr prese 8 of
Balfee ma yM W6 # s niffW years IA4s published In Theo Bun Of
ftert w aies besa, wlofk, but l'h large ihipents of lettu
Io C Ito Vm soqr et later, hIave bwee made from Santord with
t mlcs.e i ol thisM blood sup. the pst few days, but owing to the
S She d matte iovelt he i sshe
tthie t of Ih hair, thrg e good. Te *ajority of I
which tlle : l S t ytifU fs $"am will-1"

. Sair of time setest hours of horre-.if
pmsNed der the gentle, kindly light of the

If t. ie Rta0o Lamp, the1 light contrite
an dded arm-4-akes reading and sewing
Thbmre no aching eyes after reading or
in udr the rays of the Rayo Lamp.
The Rayo Lamp diffuses a steady white !
It fa th leat tr of any artificial light.
of bfu throughout--nickel plated-impr

Rmyc is a low-priced lamp, but you
be mer lamp at any price.
|a Ra yo tuaer, always
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efood s itf wet isbe Nearest Agency of
a tbette?=V inket if Mt i. A., OIL C-; ,*
It strr, ,.. ....CORP
SResri is of oe s et A Hearty Appetite
sets gem eist,- 4 0t bbleshave, Inags
'@t B,&^S y to them If they have,
atMOut e f-uUr 5. B^ a~yoar baby to not tre1IOstI A
.as 110:1-A* 1 olan Dr. AX Dola
of am at M ,der the e
"dthy osditm.. ',. .. ..betowyellow cfpw.
thy dt yellow c R IA N Mild Medicine Treate
PhiloearplM although ,ot a l-I to A 0f1w doses of White's Cream
lag matte orW 1 an In.gred.et Vermifuge will wpel all worms. It R eed ce: Horses and Mul,. s' L
well established, for Its # power to re is I positive cure .ad reliable. Price
store natural olor' to 444 2a 6 a5 cetao per bottle. Sqld by W X. 40*i M Gainesville Gaineville, F
when loss of color Uas bee. aliltsd bhlo. _______ *
by a dieas. E' Ml T
Borax, beesuse .0 Its wel4A Saei Doubtful Praise.
softening and clemasing properties, A futllback in a football team once
is most useful in the treatment of .d. iIs. ultoue to put the ball NO
thMregh le. own goal. This regretta. -.
scalp.and hair disease. Glycerine Acts 'ble oerr lost his side the game. and
as a stimulant to the hair bulbs, be suffered agioles of self reproach JACKSONVILLF, I LORIDA
abd has a soothing, healing and nour- on tbe long Journey bome..
fishing Influence. Alcohol is ladispenas "I'mu no more ue than a chocolate
able In tieCcline beofuse of Its antl. 'betballr." be said to his sweetheart.
septic, stimulating and reservative who bd traveled any miles toa Udreeth Auspices of
qualities b. b'l# "A lip of aboy @owagcbot p
We want every who hs s.np would batle shaped better than I did." '
We walnt everyone who has scaelFp .Now. George. I won't let you say
or hair trouble to try Rexall "a" Ha iruchhorrid tblng about yourself f.r" Th; i Iv C 8n A r
Tonic, which contailns all those IMPd declared loyal awetban."You'vThe Fie a Uv and3 Agricult
lents. If It 4qe" not give you,c- no i de how popular you alW. I heard ... *.
plete satisfaction In every parUtoul r, a pltiennu iprlsinttig you up to the E
we will return every penny you paid skies this afternoon." I t3 Yai3 Association
us for it, for the mere asking and "Ne're" 0 piplUatially exclaimed the
without question 6r formally. I Iu,, rue'" i One H ended and Ten or More Days of High-C
Of course you understand that when proudly. "Hle said you'd br uglt bl.p Commeneing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 2)ti. .
we say that Rexall "98" Hair Tonic cliii, tile .lbint 1i f It uk they'd hhd for
will grow hair we do not refer to agms. snd tie hartlly win.bed yoI wvre more races ech day. The best horses i1 tlhe Unitedli
caoes where the roots are entirely phin. yng ngilt them i every maIl." will race daily. The most noted jockeys of l1oth (Colti
dead, the pores of the scalp closed, -ExcbnUgP, will ride.
and the head hab the shiny appearance
of a billiard ball. In cases like this FOR STOMACH AGONY.
there is no hope. In all other cases -
of baldness Rexall "93" Hair Tonic Ask J. W. MeCollum & Co. About Ml- Over $300000.00 Given Away in Stakes 2
will grow hair. or cost the user north. o-na, it Gives Relief In Five
ing. Two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Minutee.- We ask that you attend and judge for on~t ,-,1 t:
i.-ineiulber you can obtain Rbxall ll
itemedies in Gaine.villc only at our J. w. McCollum & Co. will tell you morality of racing, and also to see t 0 t 11 *
.Lore-The Rexall Store. J. W. Me- tbha they guarantee Mi-o-na to relieve the country patronize the sport and! tlit ; -
Collum & Co., corner East Main and promptly and cure permanently all sands of people and millions of d,,!irs to .
i'non streets. isoeaes of the stomach and l ndiges-
S- tion, or they will return your money.
Truth In Jest. Have you gas on stomach? BOARD OF PD11 CToi ,
.\oi!'hig tto Iiiiori tlt tradition. the One 1ll-o-na tablet and the misery
c.njut.i rt of inihnd was ftoretld u is ended. T. V. Cashen, Pres.; H. D. Brown, \ ict-.l i>.
JLwi l tt soon beaiue enroewt by its Are you blllous, diaxy or nervous? F. .1. Pons, Pe.-Treas. ; Joeph I. PattIrT-,i .
touluert, i'eter the Groat. to hie Jebt- MI-o-na tablets will put you right In--
er. litiaul;Irnff. a day, give relief In 10 minutes. ..
ltkiklr.f(T bad vezed the cxar by too Now, dear reader, don't go on suffer-
ludim a. u Jok d and ud tud I "usu" inc with stomach trouble. Be fair to .'A A ,. u EO T E L
Sll il u.utii:r on ui. tu yourself; throw aside prejudice and -"---
|oni aig:in. lie dlowi||tured discreetly, try M-o-ns. It is a great doctor's Jaeuh-llla Plrita
but ,.ue daiy hnot luog after Peter. glaeu. prescription. No doctor ever wrote
lit i .ut of a widow, saew bits unmis- a better one. l U .l- O P A T 'i-PL A-
takahle iigare and qulzztalca counte- And money back from J. W. McCol-
11.1i14t. jKii tg cftirortatly by. pelw l- lum & CO. If you don't say M-o-na Rates, $14.0 per day and up. Hath-
ld lu n iauutry earl. ImpulsiTely e Is worth its weight In gold. 'Sold by keller and Cafe In connection.
raw down i blm and doemaudedto leading druggsis everywhere but in L'. PTHAGGARD MA
"I hn.teu' dlaut)a you.' was tlh Galnesville by J. W. McCollum & Co.
snp4wer. I am nut ot o Iwml s utl 50 cents a lag box. Tt e samples -
bow." free tromln ooth's Ml-o-ua. Buflalo.
"Not o Russian m osll" N. Y.
"No. This val load of earth that Mrs. Mary tchiebon says: "Palas A
iil 0 sittig on is Mwedasb sol1. I dug it and distress In may stomach and a gea- RI
lu Ftilanid only Ie otber day." ral atomach ewrplatnt was entirely
i'erer laugted. bat be said. "If --ib--- B. MYER8> M ----
Pland iu ,wedi, bet neow aid. -IF n-cured for me by the use of two boxesV.LNYM as
landito sd ubrs, mougwi A He beof MI-o-ma and I have no besltatlon
made igud his words. In recommelding its use." l8 Pearl N -ll
street. TpepeaiU. Mick. December A ENCY----
His Eamiinaten Ceoakedl. B un l. Don'l be missed, for noze are
SI lb sh evidence before a pariamena- so roor a thias.
tary coammlite concernlua the oppos-..
0 tieo to a railway Hlldge cord a point
which accentuatre a certain legal hue-9ds3Wg9 uiCt^1k
tlio with reference to skilled wit. I
n .ws
A cvt,-b taruer was girtag his tee e entsne _r--W U g7 btk t ..
tluaony in favor of the but. breatheitia. O tO t tacnladl
., "Is It trur." saki the wily K. C. is Inhatw$l fbasIlMCO& *b'iNt | 4 __ A'

Iuhm a- uwfI *v6ERv stle5Wy. -ISS You.
Wi. "Mkitagfar. UGM lbstha"t you
ali'lhaa to give yeoar orklvure as the
other voldr If they would paY yiNube*-m s
A'rr- mid the ImwkSfarme. "mmd
after a luset 1.W St JMa pht"t
nowe quw-tkasin toye-i, ye i W ku
offend a ifatnter fee, wrad ye "s h
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M AU DO G TH R DUTY evn lesf Life. Notice of Application for Tax Deed aa a -
Se upDOING THEIR DUTY star i you wi t e 1 .ndero 8 of Chapter 4 ,
core of Gainesville Reder Are ly oe ght of ere steps I wll w.
8cora 'Learningl the Dut R adf r Ar describe them. Notice la hereby given that C. W. RTOtH PHYSICIAN
Learning the Duty of the Kidneys. First Step.-Eat wheat. eats. corn. Bauknight, purchaser of Tax Certift. QatU Florida.
p To lter thruits. beef. mutton. plainly looked. in tcates Nos. X46 and 308, dated the 4th Uos S. t. North. le
To filter the blood is the kidneys' moderate quantity and but two meal day of September, A. D. 1906., has O'ffe 0, .
td dot a dny. tiled said certificates in my office, and phone uUS. Oi4 b(r 10 1, 1 to 6
rWhena they fail to do this the kid. Sea od Step.-Breathe ood air day has made application for tax deed to and by appobteat. Graduate ot
When they l to do this the kid.d t.e good a ir day ue in accordan with law. aid American Sool o Of opth under
ndys are sick, and nit.certiflcMtes embrace the following .de-
tTird e oraBackache and any kidney iltep.-Exer treely in the scribed property situated in Alachu founder of ayste0 KIrt~ille, Mo.
reito rangLtrw loackache and many kidney ills fol open air. couty, 'orida, towit:
Urinary trouble diabetes. fourth te.-tetre early and rise 8 o 8% Sec. 165 Tp. I1, 8. RS D J, la Tl1CS
Urinary trouble, diabetes. early. 17-160 acres."
She DoM'8 Kidney Pills cure them all. Fifth 8tep.-Weer flSaul next your NW% of NWI and 8% of SW4 DCNTIST,
S sponge GaiAknesvnlle people endorse every day of the year and so dia. of NW%, See. Tp. 11., t. It11--
grounds bM n i nesvile people endorse ou pose your dr. that db elimbg ullye 0a aes i n
m. kept arm Bat ntThe said land belng Maessed t the of0-Roo-1oo a8 1 Ira 1 OH M
be kept warm. Bathe fl'tlltly. date of the Isiuace, 9 buch cortilf. B qn Gie bouars: I to l 3306
-.-- r JMrs. V. E. Spence, 201 W. Arlingtoi 81xth Step.-Lvie a tlhebsunsblae. cate. in the lnamest Unl howon and
.- new p Gainesville, Fla., says: "t Let your bedroom be o.t which re TShade Timmo ns, U o eLto
sl' ,.newp ,wo uld be hard to describe how I ut celve' at flood of ,tighllt ad pend your cate shall be redInme d twv i
ed will t e from a weak and aching back days either out tb'mwt tlghbt or In a law, ta de V Ite Atb4 6 G. MiON
dltely. At times the pains were so intense room whirb In well Ughted. the I2th day ot D eo r.(Ar, D.'JMt.,
V-W I I could not get up or down. I SBveIth at4-mm ltt terfti Witwea my oiew and ',t I
S Bradt of DI ble Wasu also troubled by rheumatism and tpie. Al uteey ehfe to Wo' nd, p C k .i H.o Ma b r, dOo
r Imiot Mr. P Su different parts of my body became allvp aU. doiW i .,toSOu. I tyl Florida1 ",1 T gs ivt ,
ti AAro H6Wtwi4J0k- stif ld lame. A friend finally ad. UeAbovy. Sko can 0i crawl up
W n I Ie to try Doan's Kidey Pills there. iutb* piris i in the '
i r pro uril a box, I began their baseleLt Rarely roi0 4p talra. NotiM e A ittion for '- ae Uv
on atly e. I am glad to say that they lived -Dr. P. O. Butl to C i te Journal. Under etioeLn hapte r 46 3
see by tpikeM" bera P to representtionls, removing the Law f ri Pt. ed ,. *
,s Club, J se paisu an#i disposing of the .rheuma. ..Notice .S hS-ere.We1talt,~t9 .. ,
uuUceA.- .is .a I tan honestly say that D oane b V, [sla o n, l Ts Q t
Is betio r on any m medicine I had previously taken.' ,p ix oG lode, te d t u t J 11 0 61p 1
Is e itIs.g don For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Itmn for taxl deed to tale. ek l
a r w eater F-. oster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, TW n .f ew. ,ri
irk-be opened ttedri States.e thedfollng desaoybod prop. ..
t be opened ed StateYork, sole agents or the Uni e ty tuated In Aoh ountyt,:a D gII
ted States. Ida, towit:
S -" ... 1'Remember the name-Doas's--and BI aw *lm w% of NZi% and Nli of l8Wa O. _O
ton Tampa i take no other. an.d NW% of U BSoo. 15, Tp. 6, .S. --
. .el Conrara. s Cab, __. a. 14. wPhda Mi sbseMYi, WE
rt of auardlaotm i pal i t Notice of Appllcation for Tax Deed The said land lets assessed at the -
of a en mlait w peclal term of the circuit court to Under Sectieln 8 of Chapter 4M date of the issuance of such certi C. ADKIN8 U
i and in ten millute W be held in Madison, beginning Dec. CLaw of Florid. ate ton the name of Unknown.
20th, for the trial of the several avos of Flori. Unless said certifilcate shall b re Atteffle-t.LW.
homicide cast I trihnal ot n.,tvew Notice is hereby given that C. W. deemed according to law, tax deed Aw.
D rd o homicide cases in that county. Bauknight, purchaser of Tax Certlfl. will issue thereon on the 7th day of Blo
SDavis, President of the cate No. 209, dated the Gth day of December, A. D. 1909. t Blo,
kgrd of Trade, made the ad- J. H. Drummond, a negro, was at'- August. A. D. 1907. has filed said Witness my official signature and
e laying of the corner rested Miami n a charge of rob certificate In my office, and has made seal this the 15th day of November, Oalaeelille ------ lorlda
te hyingamrested In Miami o a charge of rob- application for tax deed to issue In A. D. 190P. 8. II. WIICN(IICS.
stnam county's new court bing the Buena Vista postoffice, re- accordance with law. Said certificate Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun-. B. B HAKIR,
cently, and confessed. All but $30 of embraces the following described ty. Florida.
the stolen funds were recovered, property situated In Alachua County. --- --- ---.--- ATTORNY*-AT-LAW,
Florida, towit:
Richmond Maniian of -- ofEo and NW% of 8WS Notice of Application for Tax ODd dilR *t (MOBjt .
us recently married to Capt. Absalom Jones of Southerland coni- nd W\V of SE% of 8W4 See. 25. Under Section 8 of Chapter 4&,3 S'
F. Stewart, Jr., U. 8. N., mitted suicide recently by sending a TI'. 10. S. R. 18-140 acre,:. Laws of Florida.
The said land being assessed at the' Notice is hereby given that James tA'lIt, l.t-5, AASsussa .., 1LA
L-Jamnes Hindry, rector of bullet through his heart with a rifle. date of the issuance of such certif- Ellis, purtchaer of Tax Certificate No. ,,. ,n "'i .
(rch, officiating. Despondency over ill health was sup- cate in the name of Unknown. t2, dated the 6th day of August l A. f t- I -A
| -- posed to be the cause for the deed. 'nless said certificate shall be re- D. 1906, has flied said certificate In F RItnDlNA .'~ b. 1.4,
H. Palmr s called demed according to law. tax deed my office, and has mad pplicaton A I "
H. Palmer nos aie Awill IJsue thereon on the 27th day of for tat daud to issue In accordar,4e
Five men have been caught nld illm- I)eeomber. A. I). 1909. 'ith law. said certificate n o rat tI
prisoner in the Tallmpa jaii, charged Witlnes mli y official signature and the following described property ht-
with implication in the burning of peal this thte 15t day of November .ated In Alachua county, Florida, l 1 Oi selllour -lly : (
trs. Maria Acobti the awful deed A. ). I l. H. WIENGI. wit: rated and unimp ., phospha
Mrs. Maria Acosta. the awful Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun- rt % of NES Se<. 6, Tp. 7, 8. It. luklng lad farailu,, ads. Blud hie
Shich recently occurred Illn \ ty, Florida. __- 40 acres. list of whiat ou offer for ale,. Illo
Tampa. The said land being aasesaed at t' ---
Notice of Application for Tax Deed date of the ltaiuance of surh ceritn ] A. OARLISLX,
Under Section 8 of Chapter 48, cate In the name of Unknown. *
Knowle Hall, one of the recitation Laws of Florida. linlc. said certificate hall be r. AT LAW
u ildigs bringing to Rollins Col- depntd according to law, t,'. d e! And 0olilltor l Esquill
I e at Winter Park, was totally d-. Notice is hereby given that C, H. will issue thereon on the 27th day of
Ilalikulight. putichai er of Tix ('rtil iDeetnuber, A. I). 190, ."
L .,-- troyed by fire early Thursday norn- ate.. ;, d the i tli day of Wil.s my official signature and Iaet' s es0 vefiRaeiagadt e0
nlg. It took herole work to save the Aguiit. A. 1). lo7., has tiled sald sesl this the 22nd day of Novetnbeir oral Prae tie. All bulaeels promptly
T other building. certificate in ltiy offict-, and Ias made A. I. 19i09. H. WIENOri at. toded so. Offite gel door to l.s
ote ___ application for tax deed to lssue Ii Clerk Cir'uit Court-dAlachua Couir. HT OLI EA Y"T -accordan', *'.'h Iw. Haid rcrtlaat+ ty, Florida. ... .
LI During the past two weeks Mr. embrac ,h ti.e: following described By M. p. CIIKVi S,11. V. f ANK ULARK TMue W rilEL uwu
HOM E Wall and his son-in-law, Mr. lHoffmiiani, property d ll -.( I in Aladrn County. -ate.i ....-.- LAK A ltVI ING
centers around have shipped over loo crates of to- Florida tl'k i cltrr The boeut I-A to bv yoir gooLAWTO
heethe matoes from Wulfert. A. iHunter has Thie said land be.c, V aiV .. il *at the is at the store whieh ites ytourtu ,u
i-llogerthe home Salso shipped 11 crates of squash, 10 date of the issuance of r ih certll. ,.ions through all set I ', T he* Mit OUU
together hin crates of eggplant. 14 crates of pep- cate In the name of UlnkIn n. .edral
daioned nd two crates of tomatoes from Unless said certificate shall lbe ro- Olttee Over Otlinvlltoe Nothet
pers and two crates of deemed acordIdng to lw, tIRichax d
Fat n there same town. will issue the n ou the ;thI daylfred 0. Richardso
quaint An Albm b-tn I)eeember. A. D. 1901).. < -- .... .
lqlintinm htt Witness my official signature and a
party who seal this the 16th day of November, u
have recently been on a hunting trip A. D. 1909. H. WINIMA tlantic o
I I around Ft. Myers, succeeded In bring- Clerk Circuit Court Alachue Coun-
fcA t *g down 10 deer, 13 wIld turkeys. !' ty. Florida. S*r-Mn Pla-.
wildcats. 4 rattlesnakes, and lots of __B___-- l lies..
quail, duck and snlpe, besides they '" nIT EED "
caught .*100 fsh In Rocky lake Thb N|TU IkStreenville --e -- threi
r b r Hgentlemen returned to their homes C^ k n *delighted with the trip and their good T aOEA BRE CAAC Amll Kld0at P i CTO .
lkCO p |K A l Ack. lCnnt Wnds
r east days | -e-e-- l.We Rseme 0emw.tPep s Merferd, he
B--day Pip|, Froen by Warm Spellis. And you wouldn't, either, If ots would CMe RPeefo t 6O 7e saed St u rela eDy.
tette was It Ii a curious fact tat water pip" ol ask your grocer for br. 3id md ld M rvee Ta Care at Unless Dept to Julia
n* Older ground will often ftreee during by the Keystone Sakery. *ee tfat TIltn Layling a4d
,yate" ik .-thee wrim ,I.ll that follows a coid o roI Lor o__e
.- ve- t pro. a- p. The explanation made for this ou groer doesn't try to Ti fe Wal .
a -.. t, lpatermting phe...n-.'eln I.e ,ttu stter .aVT "rwJulpt 't. good. tenee WitW an se ed m _.
.. ....... ,.., dlve our wagon stop at ),mr beoc Stone mhcavatittnj ,

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Za ~ e

M wave ai 4.rg" ilill Ofand e satisnd.
tkel front the gIround iu the work of dally and atl
changing the frozen moisquret WItO waI KEYSTON BAKERV.
tWr. aisd Ithu. on t priiele hoe T. Sic e'r of tPr
ke crealo fre ze.r, the pli t 1 bl it l. 1 6 l. .. I i
*Dugb best Lbwing takLt' frow t tO
&reeM It.
Cause For Thanks.
"Alas siXbed the tramp dralnatieiU
Iy. -No matter where I guru tber.s
Ia hd mis d agala .Hauling
-WkLcb *bow. you ougtt to b` 10e I,
tO4sufil her oe tin." id Th PHOF NO.
'Wbat's that T'
nIaut It alt a foot tht's r' d We Make a Specialty of All
Sof *Mred*. Cases of Pry Work.
Mrs. suykis- Tbwe t s' thing
IMt r sit-t are a1wse Better See us Fir.
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ra w we wipoI pwrd- I wt F OR=
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tf~ebfticrwhae $ie n
**'M: N te aoc white rice 91

? eteu to wa ea* rai -se OL
I tomatoes re e
dsa? 't white Cal s he- It.
4 esai be@t yellow OaL peaches 0e
3 *aa CaL plums, 0.HL
1 eslatporated poehese twopOend R

S Little Sister BoW sAoW. at h onod rs ro,
Miller's. choootate cream drops. e
T. R. Pickett of Newberry paid thl 'h pT at pi Ock e.
county capital A visit yesterday. eIt. P p
D. Ua Landress of Prairie e. ceam che Pe po do.
was In the city on business 1teray, V cream ee M PnP4
Mr. and UM L U H. o Hu3l# Hi- i best pearl grfit, 1M eetl.
t' mrn favored Q al ie f bed t wamtermd ael

Call and ose our line C a rtmaA ~ cup with overy pound of.
ptte tst designs. Dr Delight coe.
The Magnet ,,Cashr W. OrY&
Call on LsB. Broos for I'thls'M -- --,-
U fruits, candies and ,.203.LI W1irfW Wilson, a wefw so ovs
Union s, 4o re o. T.J. Mati* dae bri.e af i ou a as w .theu o

on and Vanilla ar W4 h o Toavor W. and As. 'J. Tourb4 .O Wtn* sames. esas, a wela -kuoVa and
g extracts, the Re9al Fi Flavor. No r te in ,ty yestori gest s o ia l trucker of 'Meleta, was
Fred Tompkins of Newberry, mewr- thoe Who spet yesterday B
her of the frm of Susath & Tomp. Jn D. th O
I ks, w a visitor to Gain s & ctye b *' is regsater-. 9 hWe, a beautiful dispIay of
Vile yesterday. ed at the wn na a glass novets, st
D H H. W. 6. T rner of dleseopy and W. J. fol rs en. Be sa and N o is.
IDr. M. H. DePoss and fatly made Hodge of Alachba were transacetlg The Nan t Cash Stors
in tiero Ouao nd return y .tardy w business In this city yesterday. wOi-MMe! Remember Santa Claus
driven bysChauffeur Sean Bennett. Duam. te lumberman ill be at the Magnet during the bo
facturer of Hsgao Cane down on the da Save up y6ur pennies and
D. 8. Greonbaum of avannh, one oon train yetsrd, returning in the spend them -with him. The Magnet
of the most popular traveling men out afternoon. Cash Store.
of the ret ity is We have the prettlet line, of dlls W. Pery Van Ness of tL Au
way, is he in the terest of his t reasonable prices ever offered. We e, who owns extensive property in
rm. have any kind youwant. The Maget thl city and throu hoat the county,
S G. A. Williams of Newberry was h Store. Is in the city for the purpose of look.
a vialt6r to this cty yesterday, hay ore Mt and T. J. Rddlng, Jr., p i taes.
Ing come on business Bonected with Heo. Hme Me". BadT.J the ddig Jr.,
ng come on business connected with two of Jacksonville's well-known Hon. Henry W. Bishop of uatia.
the o e of Cot Tax Collector young men, were apong the visitors one of the leading Repulieans of
Dickinson. to this city yesterday. Florida, and a cominerelal benefactor
Today Toyland opens with the larg- J. th left yesterday for pointsI his section f the State, was 16
est and most complete line of popular Both Florida. He own two or the city yesterday.
priced goods ever offered. everybody handsome groves, and went to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Jones of
come and examine the many beautiful after his interests. Harriman, Tean., hare arrived in the
presents. Magnet Cash Store. ity for a short visit, and they ex-
Syour e erm we offer un C. C. Harwell, for several years press themselves as being well pleas.
If your prse panermits, we oer 2.n marshal Qf High Springs and one of ed with the city and those whom
per day-$3.0 with private b ah-7. the leading citizens of that progress they have so afar met.
per day-3.00 with private bath-n e o s m h visitors to .... .... .t. ,
or single meals. We do not publish lye town, was among theto John Fleing, an extensive naval
our enu as our guests advertise that s yestery stores operator of Balnbridge, Ga.,
S t'ho eBrown House. The meeting of J. J. Finley Thap- and a personal friend of W. W. and
ter, U. D. C., which was postponed 11. F. Hampton, is ,In the city on
Robert Bol.s of Evinston. Junior .. ........
member of the firm of Wood & Evins. from last week, will be held at business. He is very favorably im-
c member of the finn of Wood it tvnh.. "
h.wi. ome of Mrs. J. L Medlin at 3 o'clock pressed with Galnesville.
merebants, was In the city yesterday.
Two of Mr. lvias' fine bird dogs this afternoon. A full attendance 1s Harvey L. Hutchinson, th clever
which strayed were picked up here, tesired. traveling representative of.the String-
and he catne after them. S. T. Skipper of Rochelle was In fellow & Doty Company, wholesale
the city yesterday on a brief visit to grocers, Jacksonville, has returned
R. E. L. Robinson. Mr. Skipper has from a successful tour of his route
D RAKV DY purchased tbo H. E. Jolly place at through Alachua, Levy and Marion
ALdULL UflBiEI I Rochelle, and recently removed with counties.
SNear Government building. is faly to that place from Half N. W. Littlefield, formerly of thtbs
SMoon. ity but for the past few years of
A large force under the direction Blackshear, Ga., where he holds a re-
GAINESVILLE'S NEW BAKERY. 6f Section Foreman Newbern is en- sponsible position with the Brantley
-a-- aged in placing new ties under the Company, was greeting old friends
e Pl ald on West Main street. between here yesterday, all of whom were glad
Breads, Cake., ee theo depot and Arlington street. Mr. to welcome him.
Newbern states that when this work
Wagon delivers twice daily. Leave is completed the railroad company will The recently improved waiting
your order at lHotnaian's wtoro. Our rock the trackbed and a few foot rooms at the Atlantic Coast Line
bread on sale at all stores handling on either side, to order to bring up al*uenger station are being beautiUfed
S bread., A trial order appreciated. the grade. by the painter's brush, and for thatI
r e _,.... A-lrd ar ed the. g.,ad reason yesterday patrons of the line
Were required to "do business" in
purchasingu tiaks from' the outer
WE NOW HAVE ON LE Postmaster L. C. Lynch has return.
Sd from JacksoenvUle. where he wenti
S'to^ attend the annual meeg of the
tA C f f P Florida State Central Republican
i | Committee. Mr. Lynch sla one of the
MU'tM leading eabers of the party In
S' Florida, bece may be designated as
Cu[r kPm one of the -pie holders."
Sd.-b^. Iam leajamla Sam.s of Jacksoanvllle. the
clever traveling soliitor for The
$8 k- r ff M Time-' Union, was in the city yester-
|day*and made The Sun an agreeable
'A lD iHtcall. Mr. 85as has been until recent-
Wl-. ly employed as staff correspondent for
| that paper, assigned to duty with the
S& educational campaign committee, and
\", iUSa've exce~llet reports of the various

"th "M seg lve farmer, In that

8UMr. lems a the gh he resides
Mer. the me Inbrdoub e. is m

"PER IRS7,bB hmCa,8ZS.w w hft mw
ow OftaSRkl V~i"t,5ame atYou' Diposa. lbtw Ni Cent en.B ma fh
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kliowug* A Sa NDpatmeiA. -TouWd A wa I Bm al"os hem "is ~dws I
-I- d your'!a to n "man
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SMillion Dollars
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ST~-Gold heft IS, psqw delgn
with oanthyst aqttinf. Thiev
pleaTs !to a o a Betel end
reove n anTd. .
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FOR R1NT-rA furnished cottage with
Mdern ttnprofeamnts. Apply at 701
N. University street.
FOR AI -Typewriter ribbons, all
kinds. .S.Bt i otce
FOR LSAI-Iron s oe at a bargain.
Address P. 0. Box 417, Ganesville,

MULB-One pair ,choice mules,
large, tor sale. AppWy to W. R.
OY8TER8 40c quart at Hubbard's Irish
and Oyster Stead. 208 West Union
street. Phone No. 3X8.
the genuine 8paaidlng Rose No. 4 in
10 peck sacks, $2.50. True Red Bliss
Tr4ymph at $33.L Send us your
orders. American Produce Comrn
pany, JacksonvHle. Fla.
anyone hunting Plank's Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure malaria.
chills and fever. Price 25 cents per
bottle. Apk W. M. Johnson. hell
probably know.

Have your stationery neatly printed
at The Sun office. We cany a well
selected stock of the best paperM
which are printed a: reasonable rates
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mcare the best thing while you can,
orhave them rserwd. No charge
for engraving of goods bought of us.

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ity of Utles-all which could hi
avoided by Investing in an abi
the property before it "as bou
If yon are considering the I
of real estate-or have a deatht
closed-Insist on an abstract
us of the parcel before u b
Accuracy and comi'l.;cn.ss

Gainesville, Florida
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mand for pressing duon, i r n
Every little feature is k i,:.
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allowed to leave our a.d
Is carefully insiertdi ,tor
comes up to the hiiih st:1n<
have set. "W're going' s(nic.
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