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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 11, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01323
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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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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SAM ORDERED u PROGRAM ARRANGED FM
Ive Evidence to This Effect.

ONOF ZELAYA?evden TEACHERS'ASSOCIATIe been se-
cured by the milltalry ourt of inquiry
into the "shootingta up" of Browns-
ke, That Nicaraguan Presi- .' a, t"h edof the .loida EdIcator s W Meet at eltand on Tueday
were within the tort "red on the town
Will Soon End. a Ume e .pnons Decem ber the a8m h
|B W0ll So0D End, at the time their ompanionu were DWSW ON Zft
racing through the streets of the
S ,Texas town. shooting right and left.
W U- that he does not trust his generals. This evidence, it it reported. Is con. The Florida 5ducatloals Aseocia- Thursday, t a. &m.
RUly Oseja, It is said, is an exception. His sldered conclusive. tion will meet at DoeLad, beginning Kindergarten SetImN, KlnIerpg teh
Ide men, as a reward of victory, have None of the members of the court on Tuesday. December 38. sad ad- Room. DeLand Nermal Hall.
e$b been promised all the loot they can of inquiry would disease the matter, Journing rday, December 1. Invocation-Rev. 0. A. Owe.
a collect in two days at Rama. but it is Intimated that a demand for A number of Alaecha county teach- "What KIndergarta Tratatb i
Sthe abolition of. the negro troops, ers have signaled their Intention to Means to Young Womaahood"-MIs
'on "TO H-LL WITH GRINGOES; which are provided by law. will be be present at this annual meeting. Mabel H. Wheeler.
S SHOOT. ALL YOU CAPTURE. made by the Southern delegations in which promises to be one of the best Dilcussion led by Mils pa
4 the __ Congress. Thus the bitter debate attended and most lateresting of any Knox. DeLand.
lly at that marked the Ital days of the Ithat have been held. "How to Conduct Mother' Meot
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 10.-A cable Roosevelt administration threatens to The following is an outline of the lngs"-Mis Mabeli Wheeler.
from Panama says: be renewed. program: Dlseussio led by Miss Margre*
"Death to Americans" is the order The evidence discovered by the offl Tuesday, Dec. 78, 7:30 p. m. me rvOle Jacksonville.
OtY. Issued to the Nicaraguan government's cer who compose the court Is said Iu Di 7 Report from kinderartel .
army by President Zelaya. to be susceptible and complete proof. ovoctjo r-Rev. Claree H rBtra. i
New Positive information was received Certain members, It is reported, made lvocaion -Rev. Clarece H. e a. m, Primary t, Carnegie
ct here yesterday that more than a personal examinations of build- an. Lddrs of W oe-St. A. 0. brSryi Blidin
SOf month ago Zelaya issued instructions ings across the road from the AddrPit on W MyoA. o Peo P l olo--Msls Orace Muroh.
siya, to his military commanders to shoot fort in Brownsville. They discovered Bott. Mayor ule. A. Wood. Predn in vocationa-Rev.10. I. Tabor.
Immil every American caught lighting In the bullet holes in the sides of thee Lincoln ulley. Nature Btudy-Prof. L. S. Barber.
ma 'Is army of the revolutionists. Some of houses. Continuing their investga- Vocal Solo-Miss. I ena Conkling. "Music In the Public School"-Misf
Zelaya's military officers protested tion. they discovered bullets which Respoinse to Address of Welcome- Margaret Taylor, Ocala.
Ments against this order and warned himt were of the regulation army design. Pres. A. A. Murphree. Round Table DlA)uslson-Subjeet '
Ras that trouble with the United States Following back the line of fire, as Annual Address Hon. W. M. lollo- spelling.
IOV- would result. shown by the track of the bullet, the way. State Superintendent. Discussion led by Missl va Pool.
l"hes. "To h--ll with the gringoes," Zelaya marksmen could have been nowhere Annual Address-Prof. 1P. A. lHatha-. in, High Seheel Seetiln. High
Ia to. replied "Shoot every one you can else than within the barracks. way, president of the association. School.
capture."
rntry TpeurV. The Congressional defenders of the Wednesday, I a. m Musle.
Oseja The gunboat Vicksburg. which has negro infantrymen maintained that the "'Athletics for Boys and Oirl. s
men been stationed at Corinto ever since only firing in the town was done by Invoation--Rev. W. J. Harkness. the bli chools"-Leaders la die
on- the Nicaraguan trouble assumed an ti men of te Twenty-fifth who had l D. ussln: Prineal l H dwards
bring aute stage, has been reinforced and ,rukn Iarol., and that former Pro'sl A Prof.esional Cortillatet" --Prof, retlms PWr Npl L I wd
that there are now four AIlerican war- ditnt ltoo'svelt. In discharging two W. II. (Cate. .. Th Miniium Apparatus for tbe
awy hips in the t'.rinto h3aror. i'lu (.,,,uirie without in lvldupl military "Agriculture, Us Kducational Value" "The Mhin mul Apu ratue for the
te, he Vicksburg needs coal and now that ta' haul worked a se lere la ytice on -Prof. J. J. Vernon. teaching oflnto-leand la Moans
reinforcements have reached Corinto both the ompanlie aid th s rel. lecturo.-Preadeat W. I F lalk*. ou 7tcqumrin ll ."I' ei di
've. she probably will come to Panama to ma n ( rPrinelpal io. A. P .Omll,
trve. Principal It. A. F'in.0i..
worked replenish her fuel supplies. It is understood that the court. ": l. 'KIlastiy in the Hih Scbhool to
irved, --hich is now here and has practically "Fundllmetal iReconit0on of the Meet local Needs"--Principal Mil
rrible Will Locate in Gainesville. i,(,llted its examinations. will pr- Kinde'rgarten"--Mrs. C. 8. June. Little Carpenter, Principal J, H.
con- Mr. and Mrs. John II. Jones of liar- nait ut h discharged member of the "Promtotion il the Intermediate and Workmanj.
trada. rimandi, Tnin., after a trip through r~.tilet n ( cure to do ,o to appear iraniniar tirades"--Prof.E IC. L hobiln- (vOneral discussion
attack South Florida %ith a hlew of s'-curing I, ttoe it and testify. The hearings non. Iluilnes seNsoln,
Blue- a future hona', have retlrni(d to will Ib. heihld here'. o (l'n lo I -,. l.4inl 'uColtkillii. I p. m.
It his Galinx-3ille, h1avitng dei' ld4 that thlil s I..-t'lur s- Pretident Liicoll n IIulley. Iltet si| me ting of the amsoclatloos
er re- jas the best luca'io in th, Sta,'. DIGS BAIT FOR MASTER. 1 p. m. It-cture at 4 p1 Dr. W,. 1
and Gainesvill.lh' o of thi' lice't ai ---- Musicl-Orchestra. lAl41e' Quartet- Ir)yan.
length. most refined cities Accommodating Canine Went Out and NM6 (Conkling. Miss Ii lley. Mrs. I p. m., Chaudeln Hall.
i not Mr. Jon.s hai s lurc(h;isidl Irt)PIerly, Procured Can Full of Worms. PhIlllp, Miss Murch. Reception given by the s tlUeve of
oughtt an whll anid williisoonict c ortable The D)eFunlak llerald romees no Bfb lrcture--Dlr. W. I. Blryan. president tIelald In Chaudoin parlors and din.
fea,Z- will be glal ad his .tlid. and It Is st,,r) this year. but it lands the plum indtaa I'Unlversity. nt hall.
fear. will be gladly wthecomed anorit., It r dog stories as It ne.-r was landed I
trada. oped th that, lk ttbo majority. slle I fore Incline your ear three min. STATE TREASURER'S REPORT. Intremt of seminary fund 106.17
at. In longer they stay the better they ill --- lir of State oasvlts .. . 3.9,111
P said be pleased. A Nportsman can no mure keep from TAI.l,AIIAHIB6. Dec. 10 The Drainage tax .,. ., 41,40.11
Si,r,,ar latlng than a poultryman. It monthly report of Hon. W V. Knott. Railroad Commislmon Ones, I.31
r Ist s impossible for a p'ultryman to ate Treauer., led with the Gov. Indian war claims ........ U.
talk to you for two rlnutel about ror., shows the following balances Agritultural colle-e . N.
pressed With his fowls without stretchling the truth to the credit of the several Stale White collk geMorlll fund ,17448.MU
to the breaking ponlat as it is for @now funds at the eloe of bealseos eNovem. A. & M. college Morrill fund IS.449.80
St o kei. from Melting n the sunshine. ber 30. -19: Adans experiment station L9.4
And a sportsman Is Just aa bad. Name of fund. Amount. flatch espermist sta81s 0. <.N8.
the H ouse One evening last week a branch of O( am.l re"a08 .... .1:t. 4.9 Ip sasta on s.ides tal Tll...
men were sitting in the lPrualalk OlePeill tMa. ......... .. M1.m1 lA i M.1 ea in lo r eetal 11l8
SI- rug Company's store 'hen the co-. Pu- e ... ..... ,.1 A estie .
d an the rector of St. Andre's Epincopal versatlos turned upon buntgl., oPrinelp' of tt eshlool .elt d I.i.7 n' Sti Col. tlasea. I. Ie,e l
a of church. Atlanta. and one of t.. mu.t tuts. dos, etc. After two three Plep'lof flteal fUd I1.746. a -----.,a l *
Sthe eminent preachers In th Gate G City of the loq.l sportsmen and a drummer iPrlal of Set4 art y f4l _44., undliI
3erY. The other thre4 .re o from the or two h di'est'd themselves oI o s...... d ..4..
7 ie .Universalist e-i~Txrc'h, avhdr from the psme pretty stunningl ard are H... ..

huh Atlant Thr rlmocrat Elect Senator
The church. Aun aniota s 'le "entladenes. most of you are strae

__re M hnerat i ty Caucus Chlef
St. for all a the ir ttr. true.r and gl|s of salt. but at I am otag to
ll nobler I lule'. f ."rItY lt.d flnnf- tell you is tre. and I van prove It
l kind l lnd In it IIut ., ..con,. the y Harley Cawthon. WASHUINGTON. C. f 104,- d *4 wish 5 dete of the -
est had maid of the hrrh In ln~ulins I nce owed a 6g,. gat1e1 is cc s yesterday afte.ra the Deani w ih wa It e s.derta by e
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Wh elndTejogrosys'5 iritatle wwM mting but dee. If I tsinis NY .WWt of teSsetk*g"' *o a ms d S aOW (Jowg% yeslWd00 d U a* dk
milm ed a rare treatof .njoyam tsd gat he *25 hast e" wachlog bet WO, e 'WWN of Tesam. whom. rodffmilm SOW doe01* heV Ms
of bs O~UIbe'tter atllu~inI4 ed t 01 &Fv I lad a actio s O 40 le*5ow a eted yestermw
wbM Owt h bettef dramsumA r'tryftg tag. FM' as WVof t ~o I WU bM SMOatef AHM odOPWa MbeeseesW MesU.MWp
le i he s" f Botle or ownt~wko spobwmonso" w tIhe wso al st Me IM. 6 %a
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sowdw asm Oe tg alfof helors- bMI MAW 07 Mhe had dv' VIts 41do si a b"-ft"ws do tw&Indo FaadI.
Wei saeped bo tlw" e"thetam*sogw wth a so sat amew is be a doiowIn a3m as"no go
is__ il uiv am amM sum vt e~ asnomv wOb uiobe.".
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S.Bok.wheag her ead as the JD 0er aomi Me '831 a4
was- r ad" Mated farl* n T 9 the Bap1NAt Chqura d A /A
y. By agreed t the same of i P4 cond tlaons Chri n. |
e doctor was not re ad Ia oert. The alas were taken .o ttp M ,
r Brokaw h9d pIeviohly told A etmal 'Mwis taget. irrT.' w10" the interenet was held.
ca e laucon at the Hotel it. ReIs An Impressive marriage catmony Rev. T. LU. 5. Ban offclating at t het
St whh i Dr. Chpagan w guM stM We porforead at DOel. Sunday ,. al -ervic. .1i06
sa d wob b aer husband, *e teetiled, terool at 3 o'elook, the cootraed"i De.a4 leaves three daughters u,..
bad Interrepted and made a seem, Partled being' J. A. Downilg And Miss ad twp snS, to whom the sympathy
Goualn her of wntlng to elope Malo Culle s, two well-known young Of friends 14 extended. .
Rwith the doctor. The doctor on that people. -
t iok. she said, bad threat d to The coo y 'was performed at the YOUNG MEN WANTED.
have Brokaw arrested for usin yna. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
dealing language. Mrs. I. J. Cl es,. Justice J. Murpb Government Pays Railway Mail Clerks
S- deats ct the hoaneyoon trip werett @oelatisI. The fair was a t 1400 a r- e JAC FLORIDA
th5 Franoe, as related by the quiet o, Only a few relatives and chieharehipe Are Otered. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
.taIatif, otherwise enlivened yeeter.- atitate friends being present. Uncle .am holds spring examinag
Sdas. proceedings. Smashing doors The groom is one ofthe most sao. UOe for railway mail clerks in this
h tbJiet ibar room, excessive drinking oesful youn farmer of the Wet vicinity.
i a chaertl lnitatlon of his to d. l He owns and cultivates a nle The job 14 for life; bours are short, Under the plce of
'beeI a sa io6 at a new gs and place, which yields abundantly. salary twtoe monthly and vacation.
cartridges I have for you," were The bride one ot the belles of To any young man this is the oppor* *
e11ly a few of the aled occurrnoes her section, and has made many tunlty of a lifetlu p. Orida V S Rck and Agriult
|deb testfed that made her lUfemiser- friends by her cheerful, jovial diapo Thousands of ppotntments are to T o
.1 sitt Ilo. oI be Wade. Comioa school education Fa A*
STelegrams and letters between bus. Mr. and Mrs. Downing will go to is all you need; city and country poo. State F1ai As i ation
bad san d wife, as Introduced by Mrs. housekeeping at once, and friends pie have equal chance. Start to pro- .
LBrkaw's con00 el. occupied a prom- who callare assured of a hbe y wel. pare now-free Information. Free One Hundred and Ten or More Days of High-Class a
nent part of yesterday's session. The come. scholarships this month. Write i- r ware Days DAY Nv 2T h.i
entire bundle as exhibited represent. mediately to Central Schools, Dept. mmpDning THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 2.th. S
d e4 about $10,000 in telegraph tolls, it Tax Noetie 163, Rochester, N. Y. more races each day. The best horses in the United S
,wa estimated. In pursuance of Chapter No 4116, will re d The most noted jockeys of t
Left Her Moneylei Section 35, Laws of Florida, I give be.. wil race daily. The most noted jockeys Tim of e.th (
low a statement showing the amount Be i i iti. wa b ride.
The defendant's lawyer volunteered of taxes olleoted by W. D. Dikinon, By special Invltatlon, a number ofw
the explanation that Mr. Brokaw sent tax collector of Alaehua oou0tto F the youns folks of the city pVd L-.
e sometimes twenty to thirty mesanges Ida, for She period ending Rov. 80, U. Means a visit Thursday night, the 0i i a d
occasion beingthe annual c g anegrind-Fm iwna es andPu
a day, and that his wife replied with IM, as shown by county treasurer's ocOo bein the annual V"-.rtndO M .B Gim Away l Stakes and Pu
NO and word mosee which she realipte on Ile In ay ole, tower t '
fSrked 'collect." a oA lin myo, everything was in full blast when We ask that you attend and judge for yourself as t
Some of the teoetimy ony ernia Road Fund .................. .8 the Paty rie, and the hosphitlty Imorality of racing, and also to mee that the best p op
the trip in France was as follows: Road Fund. Special Dist No. 1 8.3 U xteudd by the clever bost made all
"At Tours, after he had taken sia feel that they were glad they went. th country psatoiie the sport and that racing brings
dr possibly more drinks, and after I Total .......................$484.14 At a late heur the party, full of sands of people and millions of dollars to the State.
Spleadd with him not to sat so, eIt 8. H. WiaMeas, ean Juice and good cheer, bade Mr.
abased me frgIhtflly." testiled Mrs. lerk Oirelt Oourt. Meuns and ta ly a cheerful good-
BIosaw. "He called me worse u--mes nlht, after votiod him their heartlest BOAR OF DIRS'
tha ever before and told me to et Her Heart Was Broken appreciation for the courtesy extend. BOARD OF DR CTO S:
oft of the car, as it belged to him. Because her complexion was bad e- T. V. Cahen, Pres. ; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gein.
I weat to my room. He came up and and she could Ind nothula to clear D- o F. J. Pon0 e.o- Tr8s.; Joeph H. Patterson F. I.
forced me to go down to the dining. It up. Ladles-a bad complexion is l. J. on, e.re Joseph H. Pattern, .
room. A physlian sat nearby. Then aueod by an Inactive liver. An asct-. About your*f when you're crip-
be leased over and said In a voice ye liver will be put In perfect cod. pled with rheomatim or stff joint.e-
oheard by several diners. 'I want you tion by taking Ballard's Herbine. The Of court seyou tried lots of things A B l
"I begged him not to make a msene V. M. Johnson. Liniment-it will drive away all CO K AULE COMPA
ever nothbi. and when be continued o rw aches. pains aiS gM eand leave
I went to y room. I became very t at Cyy% Orowth. you as well a4t ye ever were. Sold
IlI. I locked the door and rerfued to Chs. Powell of Jacksonville. a by W. M. Johanso.
let him into my room. Then be member of the big irm of the Peoln. --Marria- Leeeslow.B A
broke l the door. He said be was la Naval stores Company and a M.rrsge L -- .ow. IC AGENCY-- -
boss; that I would return to Parti omint citise and business masn Judge Mason reportss the marriage Don't be milted, for none are
early il the morning with him re. of that city, was in Gainesville yes- docket still slow. bet hopes that It Bo good oI tbs.
gardless of my Illnes."terday on business connected with will Increase with the falling of the
Other iarratives were told by the the ofle of Clerk of the Court temperature. which hastens many
wites, eeulminating. abe said. in his Wlgs. Mr. Powell has not been matrimonial o ationtls. The genial NMr se.
departing and leaving her without to QGa 0eville for some time, and he Judge Issued two licensee yesterday,
funds, with the remark that she o expIreseR sAtpriMne at the woderful both to colored aspirants for matrl-
get back to AmerIa a "say way habe owth of the city, which he declares maonial honors. They were Andrew nn u- -
could." She subeequeatly met him In is the headlag Iaterior cty of the Wlmar and Minale Lee Taylor, J. B.
Paris. however. State. Young and riPorese Irvin. M erch ant
*For a mild. easy action of the bow. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Fe Pevertehee and AehtSa ela. a sitne dose of Dean's Reutets Take LAATIvi BROMO Qulatie 11 s Whether from Malartoes ceattloes, is enough. Treatmeat cars habitual Tablets. a reftud mosey if t Id F C cerie
eMswo overeatng. try Hicks' Ca coastlpatioa. eet a b. As. k it a to crai. W. r-w-eapaa- tap e and Fancy CroceriC
d ia R redues the feter ad e a aWIr dolt them. tare o an esa t. Mae.
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[tury, according b4I, own

why you hMav'bee In
0, or the office of my
0 of prede5O9.M BMmrked
I9p-o "I &0, that
a, majority of, $ des-
v. good friends 1,' eand
understand it.
" replied Mrh D< b M he
out his lowa miad
H feet before l'rie,
i this: I ha bee
to fool around court
I never had I Ne
binberiff or the 013f14 t ence
gme. That's th Ni rea-

Scertainly a pecaf eoudi-
I Mr. Doig las Ie 6 0I plo-
-n of this city. e W came
lie when theri'q o.thbWig
cross-road t6o,
e and a blal cOkscet
deer used to '6.: He0
long before thq pr 0it elie
|t house wai 6Eostected
sbe offaid he ha 4 i ne
rirs office, th-w h1be


hasey appreclateS -& fact
l the first sheriff pon whom
khas ever made a. personal
10 office.

Waiting Board of Trafl.
will be an important iSeting
bluesville Board of Trade at
k this afternoon, la the dl-
roo0 of the Dutton Bank. A
idnce is desired, is this is
r of great importance. *
W. It. THOMAS, Press.

ADACHE-Hicks' CAPUDINL
hr from colds, heat, stowIach
ii troubes,e Caindt will
IM. Its liquid--pleasant to
) immediately. Try It. 10c,
ie at i" drux tme


Furniture Store


Would Call


Public's

mItion.....


61 [adt that everyibtogMr.
I is a Fursitiu'. Mieee son
Ward tondeacy in prism

1" advised by A3ma
km's that f~ur Desqabe
11 kraw rim 1dbwIN
akuecd 15 to 20 pQN!L
is lari. We Imee
*A wbthis adv bei
6 lad lerqore we 55So
Imj tritbou d~
1 Waat4prim Whoa

W ad, isean mi
wtahasers t*ow
to" ~ the ~ wI
for pj mml
folods wiN dow I


mau,


DISTRICT DEPUTY WAS HERE.
Gainesville Lodge, B. P. 0. E., Enter.
tained Prominent Brother.
The meeting of Gainesville lodge
No. 990, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, was honored Thursday
night by the presence of District
Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler W. I.
Thornton, who paid the lodge an offi-
cial visit.
Owing to the fact that within thel
past few months the lodge has been
meeting every other Thursday night,
when members get the meeting nights
confused, together with the fact that
a number of Elks are absent from tht,
city, the attendance was not as
large as was desired, but Mr. Thorn-
ton accepted the situation as it was.
and those who did attend thoroughly
enjoyed his visit, as well as the brief
but impressive address upon the oc-
casion.
Thursday afternoon Mr. Thorntoin
wis taken around the city in an au-
tomobile by Col. Henry S. Chubb and
others, when the party visited various
places of interest.
Mr. Thornton was well pleased with
Gainesville as a city, antI conmpliment-
ed the enterprise of tbe people.


The Graves' Pleased.
Mr. and Mrs, Daniel G(ra\es it
York, Nebraska, who have Ihin regu-
lar winter residents of 4aines illh
for several ,\ears. and w ho tiult a
home three u'r.cs ago (on \\',. ('onlril
street. No. :iIS are more thain et\-r
pleased with Florida tllhs yar.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves art'e ot pir
lentious. but tlhe\ want things just
right for their comfort. Tlhi on i
a inagnlil('o('l hotoiul ;ul iil firm Iut in
the WVest, but Ir. (;ra1 \.r h iallli dI
n l'll!d., ;l (a ll lll ', Ir li ', lh l ,\ ;>:14 I)
( ated l (i re.
Not it h ill.-t ,i : :di tg I,,' I-
credit to ha\inu iiu li, i .,,h
lihetlth i thi \Vi'.!-\ M I ;r; lI
at this a ( I. z ItI. I d 2< s
whiuns.'" Iit ability I Y ,;o i .. t
that when h1' rachlits Ini- d, : r Solh-
ern siunn Florida hlmn I1 .ii. 'h
feel hbttiri righlt :twa It' m,
sult that hI,' .n f ij, t. l I
so does his frlitlll!s aOld ighisls- i
Mr. GramY,- hunn,' lr, i- is s l-;in
and confortalile' a- oni. wu iotl wint
and he takes a gr.at delight In k.e'p-
lng it clean and inviting His n**i-*h
bors are alwa' gl:id to -" illt I
Mr. and MIrs (;rav. ,i ar-' r. *'. I tl"
H. S. ( ra\v's. thi' Iro 'r." .i'' Ij:l]r- r
an of North (;:iil si \ill'- ;lt ; I tin "
ber of the City Co(ncill

A Hearty Appetite
Is what most tIll no benefit to tlhi.n If the.o ha ,' ,,rrn
Be sure your haI I. iot rtouled
with them. Surt'- -");prtmn1 al>
hungry, ring- io!o'r I," 1"tA
gaining In .%- 1 1., l;,, omnplex-
Ion. A few (i'. ', t,' ('r-,ai
Vermlfuge i:l r 11r
is a posiilt. cur. I1(i r. i, Price
25 cents per lbut:l -. .',d >) W M
Johnson.
Clothiers Were Busy.
The clothilr r.r h'ihar t-r,. ril-
minIg yestcrd; i.L a*' b g *ra
goWd busincs1 1n tt' ,t,r, ,f ha
saderwerand oU'. : ,dt' .., r-
bedy who did & .* '*r-t
a"d 'had th,- l.rlr. 1:' buy.
rb th te treult that t!re- *&a, rush.
If overcoct b hi t-, m'" n the stock
Quartet at this tim" and uere sb-
j@ct to Immediat de la- the e-
SIW thermometer would have b-
erea w scetral o .



MWp iachg itloe S rl.or
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I7- ~ -- ____ ___________ _____-;- --.-


AFTER RECKLESS DRIVERS.
Well-Known Citizen Threatened to
Knock One Dewn With a Stick.
The practice of reckless driving in
the vicinity of the Atlantic Coast
Line depot upon the arrival of trains
iaa caused a givat deal of indignation
among the people, with the result
that one well-known citizen. who was
assisting a lady on the train Thursday,
came near knocking one of the driv-
ers down with a stick, so close did
he come to being rutn over.
This nuisance has been in prac-
tith for some time, but rect ntly, since
the, carriages have been soliciting
business from the west side of the
train, it has become worse than ever.
The drivers have no regard for the
.safety of passengers and pedestrians.
with the result that they drive up
wildly without noticing where they
are going or whom they inconven-
ience.
This practice ahoulM be stopped, as
It is not only a naulaIe. but blocks
the passageway of passenger. getting
on arnd off the trains.

Hunting Party Is Off.
A jolly hunting party comprising
W. A. Strickland and Claude Stokes
of Paradise,. F. Hampton. J. I).
Stringfellow, F. M. Cellon of this city,
and lChas. W. Bartleon and A. H.
King of Jacksonville, left Friday morn-
ing for the wild. of LfPayette county.
where they will kill bear and other
things for the next ten days or two
weeks.
This is the Jolllest, most determin-
ed aggregation which has Invaded the
historic swamps of the old Suwannee,
made famous by song, for some tine.
and, as all are good marksmen, their
friends are sure to hear of some re-
markable results from the trip.
We are not in a position to vouch
for the number of deer In the laKay.
ntte hammocks bordering on the ma-
jestic Suwannee, but we will venture
that thile list will be at least consider-
ably diminished before these hunters
Iet through.

The Correct Time
To stop a cough or cold is just as
si(on as it starta-then there will be
no Ildniger of pneumonia or consump-
ln. Just ai few doses of Ballard's
ir,,li.untI| s.rup taken at the start
will stp th) t cough. If it has been
mining on for sometime the treat-
ntrit will lbe longer, but the cure Is
sure. Sold by W. M. Johnson.


& A >


y0 on of the thsoii'dI wi reW wN
nofefr om female ailmentIt Pf d3ll%

During the lastalf century, ()adui h
established in thousands of homes as a .ae
for pain which only women dur* It b
detains no harmful and an be daWS
ed on in almost any am


Take


Yrlhm: ormg~ sanitolibow a& mus b"Cz 6"i As wI
%dam I bqgai ku tak IOsrcutIdaotbsdo q%' Us


AT ALL DIUS3T0


FLORIDIANS SRT PLUMS.
A Number ef Nominationsa ent to
Senate by President Taft.
President Taft ham sent to the Sen.
ate a big batch of nominations. and
among those for Florida offices are:
John C. lie Count to be poastlmaster
at High Springs. In place of George
Glass. resalgned. J. Farley Warren to
be postmaster at Apalachtcola, In
place of William A. Murat. removed.
Henry W. Bishop to be supervisor
of the Thirteenth Decennial Census
for the firut district. 1e Bueur 0Uul-
den. In the second district, and Thomrn.
as D. White In the third district, all
from August 1:3. 1909.

The symptoms of kidney trouble are
urinary disorders, weak back and
back ache, rheumatism and rheumatic
pains and twinges, pains in the groln.
etc. There is nothing as good for
kidney and bladder trouble an Ile-
Witt's Kidney and fliadder MiNll. You
may depend upon them to give entilr
satisfaction. They are antiseptc. acet
promptly and soothe pain. Hold by
all drunggists.


If It's printed statonery you want, 1ty11 f those merchants who adver
irh, inn mflef is the plae to get It. t i.e ln The Bun,


GUARANTEE


SHOE


A. W. LSWIS


IN


JOHN F. ROUIX


LEWIS & RU00


ELECTRICIANS
--- = 1:3m : ,' --


Next to Magnella Hotel.


All KInds of
and


lleotrie Work Premptly
Properly Dene.


Meter work a SpOlalty. ComplIo
line of elsetrleal suppllft
-PHONE 31--.

Dr. A. Dolan

Mild Medicine Treatment for
Mowaes and Mules' Eyes v


Florids


'Gainebville,


STORE


q


.* .4 *


Greatest


Sale in the itory


of Florida


Shoes will be Sold Poitively at Ct for O Week

O.ly! Premeats wil be Givm Evybody who wo

Byla Pair Soef : :


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-s maturi a id e
iLLIONAIRWIS WIWFE SLUI.4 da .lal.
,. A tELEGRAM IS READ. rs ...9 Ud
belrn ta.ow 8ees M a sa d Chibrell
Itiles of An Unusual Honeymoon in .. f
Prance, of Jealous Out-. We *0 to uishbo tha1 S 611 we rid You Hal
bursts, 5te.
4 -. ; Bought
1 NBW YORK, Dec. 10.-Youns W. *I wa. W 4p ae.Howas wu u
rO3d Brokaw's telegapbIl4iedAmamsh* W hlA is th
vmet to his wife to be oat ful who.
~: "-" 'a heavy "treet dW .
she kissed, grimaced hr he ad ., L ,,



|4 ot ? m*:.*. -o -ri.t. p 4rr~ ., ti ,




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W, Broksw bh O heod as toe .f A '1%,Mh e o IbondsA'e he bIn te rn wa hoa
rBy ar-anent the same no i c. ,1~Moun *4 ecslaioqs ChriW fll
ILor wasV -o e "Y o e Tee Mta to Ml"aY

















| t luuobeps at the Hotel l, R*Sis An Imaproisve marrtp oreamony Rey. T. L. Z. Barr oletatUng at the "| i"ci Mn t,. , ***
sad whlob her husband, she testlSed, t r saoon' at 3 o'olook, the contrteting D ua s d4 loave thr e dea shtem ... .... .........
Inted larrupted sad made a seonC pPrtlei being J. A. Dowsing and Mis ind two oala. to whom the sylpa Jtt
".".. ....
















I oo d, hfd the teod to Tbe eeroy w performed at the YOUNO MEN WANTE.


: be.oomIi. language. Mrs. t. J. Cauelns, Justice J. Murph Goverment Pays Ratilway Mail Clerks 9 ,n
Saoldents of the honeymoon trip t ottaln. The tair wa a O e 1400 a Ye-Fr.e JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
Sthrouh France, a a related by the et one, only few relatives and eheolterswhlias Are O tfered.
plaintiff, otherwise enlivened yester Intimate friends beln preent. Uncle .ham bholds spring examina-
day's, prooesdin. Basebinr door The groom i' one o' the most su( tloe fo railway mall clerks In this
to Pt In her room, exeive drinking st yon faer of the West vicinity. rt Ls






and a cheerful inyltattion of his to Bnd, He owns nnd cultivates at na The job is for life; hours are ahort, Une th Auspics Of
"Obte and Ilok1 at a new pin and plc, which lelds *bundantly. salary twle monthly and vaseton.
me ertridps I hae for you," wre Te bride is one of the belle of To any youa ma a this is the eppor-
o ,ly a few .,., of the alleged ocurree her becton, .nd ha m n.lty of a ,, feti., | Th 10forid LaVe tock 8a0 ricltul
she teetlled that made her life milaer. friends by ber cheerful, jovial dlpo. Thousands'o. oapolntmen are to "* o State F air t 0*iltil(
Telewrams and letter. between has Mr. and Mrs. Downlun will so to Is all you need; city and country pe- ta t ef10
band sad wife, as Introduced by Mrs. houkeepln at once. and friends pie have equal chance. Start to pre-







Broeaw's counsel. occupied a promli. who bei are a.ured of a boeng wel. pare now-tree laformtaUon. ype One Hundred and Ten or More Days of High.Class .u *in
; sount part of yeUterday's eson. The co llme. tcholararips thyis month. Write Im- m A v. t .








-,, entire bundle ae exhibited represent. --- mediately to Central Schools., Dept O'immencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Sl. <
ed about $10o000 la telegraph tolls, t Nt163, Rocheter, N.Y. more races each day. The best horses in the UnitiD( ;tlt
wa estimated. etod huah tr aetr To will race daily. The most noted jockeys of hotfh CtontiNtEN
The defendant' o lawyer volunteered of taxes eolleted by W.aD.DirklMao, By special Invitation l numlbe of F
Sthe explanation that Mr. Brokaw sent tax ollnetor of Alhua oonat, Flor.the young folks of the iy pd .
sometimes twenty to thirty menesaes Ida, or the period endrla dov. 30e, i Mean s v.l t Thulday p lrht, thea
a day, and that his wife replied with 1 r000 u hown by coun tesuror's econslm being the anual cae-rld- Staksnd P rs







300 and 800word mesadeAd, wiobh she reolptw on fle 0 lay otoe, towit a nl
art."vethin wa fu bt when We ask that you attend and jud for yourself a to t








Some of the testimony concerasin Road Pund ............ ..... .145.89 the party arrved, sad the hospitallty morality of racing, and also to see that the best people
t a hterviinf to d H France waa aa follow: Road cd. Spefal Drt No. I extended by the ow er eost made all
"At Tourp after he had taken a res, s P fwh that th were add the waet the Oury ptyronie the sport and that racing brings tho
r poniblyt more drinks, and after Total ..............o........$484.o4 At a late hounr the pat i ull of sands of people and millions of doa to the State.
n pleaded with him not to at e. oe, 8. H. Wacea, eas e Julee and nod yhaer. bt'e Mr .
Sabosed me frigshttully, tereaedt Mr. hClerk Ote: Oort. Mani and ofatly ayouN cheerul ood .
SB rkaw. "He called me wore e aae i tn after oav eb their a" BOARD OF DIRC Tr RSo







than ever before and told me to pet Her Heart Was Broken appreciation for te urtesy extend- s
out of the car, as It beloved to himon Beoau her complexon was od d' T. V. Cafhen Pres. ; H. D. Brown, VieVPres., Gen. ixr.
fored ame to s down to the disrh it up. I Onsdles-- r bad iomplesand i oheskAer, N. Yo rh














Room. A physician sat nearby. Then ueatsd by a laneUvoe lver. A gaact. About rncem wheo you're crip-
be loaned over and sud tl a voice ve liver will bse put In pertfet coondl- ed with rheuwati or sual jot- la .t.
h etrd by n verral diners.' wnt you tlnby takl Ballard's HerblUe. T e o cou'" CKON rive A.oI C riPA

to stop cooking et that man.' unequalled river reoflator. old by d they young. Try Ballard'e i now






e"I bted him not to tmake a dene sV. ya. Johnsond. Idnlment-iant swill drive away itall
Sra o thn ri, a Ind e reol ne urprid te at Cityh Growrth. you well you eve r were. eold F. Y ana
b andandt Ife. asro u t h ede rbe erimoy ..ie... o .i..o l
inestpartof the testionyeon Trning Road ud. .h arrrivi smodthe hritait mol
eAnti Toursataerhe xhabid taene sfnt-TNel thdate l thCeyntreladcheylsent, eCommentcyingTHthKSpIVINGDtAY, iNovb.nth. Six c
aot $1ea0e0ith him toter hto lls, a t 16so, 3, R ech H. WaggeasY cane Juice ob Mrer ecd. hba os___Ut__
'Wasestedmedfrightfull Intetifid Mrs. Wofark N o411r8,tw oa d Means and otmotyjakcheerfulgood
Ltha eer Hber e a los Sectiond m to er H eartW ofe be ao n fo r the aourtsygetTe n
The w ent to t my room.awerv ca redufndad she couldbWD.nothing clDBF.PpecialpH. troFtion, a In. mberof
room. A phsicia tnt sat ner. Thokaen cued by an inctieer.An ia Aboutwh yucrearl
be leaneover and saidr Ien avoie l. livers wnill bepti perfect conlpledwIthreums a tvism o st i Jrodnigtsthe
A b4Y, And tb. himnotfe toreaka e withMlownsout y bein U et- t A will drive away a1O COOK0AUTOMOD i.E COM PANY
80o0er a ohng S l, aonrd assage s continued rchs e an Aleirn s d otifuess and &leave


I eat pt o my ~trobn.i 'ca verytl Supisda CtsGoth o a el syo ve ee.Sl


Ill. I locked the door and refused to Chas. Powell of Jacksonville. a by W. N. Johnson.
klt him Into my room. Then he member of the big firm of the P enlw- .. .. BU C ADN IIK
broke in the dor. Ho "Ild The w.asula Nval 8tore C wt aeand P aMarriage Lic es 8tlow. AGENCY-
boss; that I would return to Parts prominent citlaen and business man Judge Mason reports the marriage Don't be missed, for none an
early In the morning with hin re- of that city, was in ainesville yes- docket still slow, but hopes that It Ba goood athh.
gardles of my illness terday on business connected with will increase with the falling of the
Other narratives were told by the the offlee of Clerk of th Court temperature, which hastens man)
witness, culminatg, she aid, to his 'len ,. Mr. Powell has not been matrimonial obogatioas. The Senial M m 1l* *l ,
departing and leaving her without to Gainesville for some time, and he Judge issued two Ikenee yesterday, _____ "_ ,
tuada. with the remark that she could expressed switri. at the wonderful both to colored alranta for matri.-
get back to America "any way she rowt of the city. which he declaee monial honors. They were Andrew
would. She subsequently met him In Is the 1dn laterior city of the "dmar and MtiMale Le Taylor. J. a
Parts. however. 8tate. Young and Fl m Irvin. .. g r Ht C o
For a mild. eaay action of the boW- TO CURE A 0OLD IN ONE DAY M 8-i these lt
Fo PFeverishness and AeMag els. a single dose of Doan's Regalets Take LAXAt7TW BROMO QWlat e
Whether from Malarous codtlos. eouh. Treatment ure habitual Tablets. Drag ts re if Staple and Fan y Croceries
WeMs or oveeattns. try Hick' Cap constipation. 36 ets a box. Ak It ta to care W. Groves aaaStaple Fancy
ifi redtus the fever and o. your druggist for them. Isa ont t d ed F er
lieve t she aiM.S. Itd's iqid--1 m, U IH =.&.g"Fil
asd aM oan t dr stores. SUTG tO *QUAl= L9.g am.VIL.I. FL ot O
ou. I rL i r K. our a M00el t e

theee ,am b o or id e m e t lt b Mallse e r r e v,.ne p. 0Ru-e, m, .I ,k., B ea
asrtirtee W_- SM #tota__ __ __ _S P1 a ? s lw


U


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th t a the li.s *W4 -
L; pingie insG
ed Jamnesk a be

-oy or two d ** & the
wS cool, and I* NO r
h i.m-. "
hDoi. whom V 5o
county and the g etGUeY-
ao and lowm'0 U mN a
bd actually put Wet into
'e office for the R I i
century, accord Wl-
me w hy YOU hs ,tbS t -
de, or the ocfice A4 1 of my
Itl of predecewotnh i Mgi'ked
Ramsey. "I a- ._ -
the majority o0f Y1pr0de e-
were good friends ye$ t "d
understand I."
replied M r Di% t ie
out bis lower'sEb< U M*
his feet before 44-0 1
been this: I hvi
y to fool around
Iad I never had asfo it
ke sheriff or the -urt *OiWkA
come. That's th .
i certainly a pecoa3 9OO dS
ace Mr. Doig is Oat eS Uth, plo-
etizens of this citmy HoA u.
svilile when there WA t,
ta. cross-road ;kl
office and a black*IWW^
the deer used to 'tosa fs
re long before thpe pt 1
coert house was coastlted
as he said, he had n b te
iberiff's office, the ilt be
away.
t Ramsey appreciates the fact
be is the first sheriff Upon whom
i has ever made a personal
h the office.

Meeting Board of Trad*.
sWe will be an important 1eetiag
I Gainesville Board of Trade at
lock this afternoon, in the dO-
n room of the Dutton Bank, A
attendance is desired, as this is
Hitter of great importance. *
W. R. THOMAS, Pres.

HEADACHE-Hicks' CAPUOINK.
bother from colds, heat, sto@ah.
inrous troubeae, Capedie villt
4 you. It's liquld-,pleasat to
**cts immediately. Try It. I8,
tad Me at at" r1 a sitorse


SBig Furniture Store


fe Would Call


ie Public's


I mee


ried is a Fmudh6eowreshon
th, "pard teedeacy is puse

Itare advised bp me
hutrers thee dftW
lot all former primm
be advanced 15is to0 p.4L
OW stock iis uge.6L Wtbon*
bolkwith ibis dab
vUia, and he.-mfte So m
Yea 0"s witboqg -ift
~'adaae~prime. 11m

ow'cg at taj vac s
Of rjIisdw ame
SlatatPreka1&rg i am

lobt)Oftoo& *~*wo


da 16,646a ee a~.


THE DAILY 8tJN: (AlNEVICYI B.FLORIDA, DEICEMBERlie 103


INDIGESTION?


PAT R C.4 I


,.DYSPEPSIA?


DISTRICT DEPUTY WAS HERE.
Gainesville Lodge, B. P. O. E, Enter.
trained Prominent Brother.
The meeting of Gainesville Lodge
No. 990, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks, was honored Thursday
tight by the presence of District
i*eputy Grand Exalted Ruler W. H.
Thornton, who paid the lodge an offti.
eltl visit.
Owing to the fact that within the
past few months the lodge has been
meeting every other Thursday night,
when mbinbers get the meeting nights
O0qlused, together with the fact that
a number of Elks are absent from the
city, the attendance was not as
large, as was desired, but Mr. Thorn-
ton accepted the situation as It was.
sad those who did attend thoroughly
enjoyed his visit, as well as the brief
but Impressive address upon the oc-
casion.
Thursday afternoon Mr. Thornton
wes taken around the city In an au-
toimobile by Col. Henry S. Chubb and
others, when the party visited various
places of Interest.
Mr. Thornton was wqll pleased with
Gainesville as a city. and compliment-
ed the enterprise of the people.

The Graves' Pleased.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Graves of
York, Nebraska, who have been regu.
lar-winter residents of Gainesville
for several years, and who *built a
home three years ago on West Court
street, No. 308, are more than ever
pleased with Florida this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves are not pre-
tentious, but they want things Just
right for their comfort. They own
a magnificent home and farm out in
the West, but Mr. Graves' health de-
mands a change, hence they are lo-
cated here.
Notwithstanding that he is ac-
credit to having Inote too good
health in the West, Mr. (;ravi, laughs
at this and says it Is the doctors'
whims." Hut anyway, he declares
that when he reaches his dear South-
ern sunny Florida home he begins to
feel better right away, with the re-
salt that he enjoys his stay here
so does his friends and neighbors.
Mr. Graves' home here is as neat
a"d comfortable as one would want.
"ad he takes a great delight In keep-
lag it clean and Inviting. His neigh-
bors are always glad to see him come.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves are related to
H. 8. Graves., the progressive nursery-
j=a of North Gaidnesville and a mem-
ber of the City Council.

A Hearty Appetite
Is what most babies have, but Is of
gO benelt to them if they have worms.
oe wre your baby Is not troubled
with tLhe. Sure symptoms-always
lhugmt, rings under the eyes. not
aalsg IA weight and yellow complex
los. A few doses of Whites Cream
Vermifge will expel all worms. It
tl a positive cure nd reliable. Price
S eats per bottle. Sold by W. M.

Clethiers Were Saey.
The clothing merchants were grin
slag yesI day. the caos betig extra
g4d bmalsees In the form of bervy
iW'wesH sad overcTatl. Most every-
bimy W~ id not n *+ -nd the price" kept tie busy,
wh tHe reslu that there a a rush
If *eve'eula had bee oB te stock
Mt this tie., sad were sl
|dlo bummisels every. the a
g heirineter mwM have bees
e4fassa -sue son


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AFTER RECKLESS DRIVERS.
Well-Known Citizen Threatened to 3 31.'
Knock One Down With a Stick. f y 9
the practice of reckless driving in
the vicinity of the Atlantic Coast I
Line depot upon the arrival of trainsyou one ofthe ofU
among the people, with, tl, r,,Juutl er from female almenm i9 If I s% don't be distour-i
among the people, with the results lnbottleOd wine Of
that one well-known citiz.,, who was to 01r dt d bottle of Wi r
assisting a lady on the train Thursday. On the wapp are de.
came near knocking one of the driv.- During the lastNg entryl CaWdul has bee
ers down with a stick, so close did establihed in thousands of hom es, as a safe in
he come to being run ovr. forpinwhicho omen ndur
This nuisance has been in prac- o pams Wnhih ent du. It is e b ,
t,i1v for some time. but rvL, t,0 I Dnin t ab no h ingredients and oan be
the, carriages have been soliciting d On I m alm0 any case.
business from the west -ide of the
train, it has become worse than ever. l B
The drivers have no regard for the
safety of passengers and pelestrlans, I Take
with the result that they drive up
wildly without noticing \\hcre they R
are going or whom they inconven-
ience.
This practice should be stopped, as
it is not only a nuisance. but blocks. A ap O
the passageway of passenger. getting L OHri Bnra of SWeMtr, Ind, tul tire
on and off the trains. Writ.M: Tonrue cannot tall wIA munh c winl hnu Aa s& Mm *


Hunting Party Is Off.
A jolly hunting party c('mrising
W. A. Strickland and Clande Stokes
of Paradise, It. F. Hamplton. .1. ).
Stringfellow, F. M. Cellon of this city,
and Chas. W. iartleson andl A. H.
King of Jacksonville, left Friday morn-
ing for the wilds of LaFaye.tte county.
where they will kill bear and other
things for the next ten days or two
weeks.
This Is the jolliest, most determin-
ed aggregation which has ilnandd the
historic swamps of the old Suwainee.
made famous by song, for somei time,
and, as all are good marksmen, their
friends are sure to hear of some re-
markable results from the trip.
We are not in a position to vouch
for the number of deer in the, l aFay-
ette hammocks bordering on the ma-
jestic Suwannee, but we will venture
that the list will be at least consider-
ably diminished before the.e hunters
get through.

The Correct Time
To stop a cough or cold In Just as
0oon as it starts-then there will be
no danger of pneumonia or consump
tion. Just a few does of liallard's
liorehound Syrup taken at the start
will stop 'the cough. If It has been
running on for sometime the treat-
ment will be longer, but the cure Is
sure. Sold by W. M. Johnson.

If It's printed stationery you want,
I'he uiin olfle is the place to Iret It


FLORIDIANS GET PLUMS.
A Number of Nominations Sent to
Senate by President Taft.
President Taft hais sent to the Sen-
ate a big batch of nominations, and
Itamong thosm for i'lorlda offices are:
John C. ILe Count to be po)stmlaitr
at leigh Sprlng. In plhe of George
Glass,. resigned. .. Farley Wurren to
be postmaster at Apalachicola. In
place tr William A. Murat. lemnvod,
Henry W. Ilishop to lie sumlervitor
Of the Thirteonth Dhenniilual t' nIusi
for the fir-t district. L,- Sueior tul-
den, in the wm'onl district, al Tihotl.
as 1). White in the tihrd district ,all
from August 1. lil9.

The ylhptniis of kidney trouble are
turliary disorders, weak bhak and
back nche, rheumnatlin maul rheumntlic
pains and twinges, palins In the groin,
etc. There is nothIng as gnsd for
khliiny and bladder Itreille n% De*
WVlitt's hidny atnd f1lmildder 'll l Yeu
inny dlpetnd ulmIni thlie tto xive ii wi
>aikifartti. Thery are natilieptie, ant
piromiptly and soothe pailn. Hild h)
all druggists.


Itaiy or thlo. mnit,'rImail who :;at|l r


1I' l 1i1n The n ll.


A. W. LEWIS


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JOHN P. ROUX.


LEWIS & ROUX


ELECTRICIANS


Next to Magnolia Hotel.


All Kinds of
and


Electric Work Promptly
Properly Dene.


Motor work a speeolaty.
line of electrical supplies.


Complete


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Hor14mes attind ules' Eyoto


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


Greatest


Sale in the


Introduction


History


of Florida


AD Kinds GmNteun's, Ladies', Boy* amd Children's

Shoe wi be Sold Poslively at Cet for O Week

Only0 Preets w*I be G(vem o Everybody who will

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"IL MBCgANT ..... Bustne Manamer

M. PRBWITT. .Supt CompDotn Ooms
Otce ls Haymans Beck.
M w. Main su wet, S. Tepphone M1S
TI e Daily S ka published every loB i
i exort Monday,. deUvWr by i
W e city., or maled to ay part the
atad tates, poea e .t s or 8 6s .;
L6$ dM x mon i KL. des mofth.; or
S oe nats for fv weu-4trtctly in ad-

1k, st181Ml to oeMal oolums I .eutse
Sf u te rot. oertiofa, ,and p opts icr



^ e oluu ep.W, pubiMbesd jvr WMon-
STh emay,e ad on snes as the
do MW1 UUwAs, ma so e see s a go

W s adv Uanited stats, or S.





Sa oe o oWn binls bm w i ftgooto1
ar p arls" oftseien th inte st unP
issue a*inaOness the Psanred
Stond wi o pleawo e had inr nato





Sar to avoidA theVo rush. Ar
1a30 DAILT SOUN.
onesf -M". lnorida.

NOTION TO ADVERth

If the mooa sotats her telipse to
r io e of dvedtlioents time than s
b elie unless the 0opy Is bnd"d
-i early Priday s oam la. This a"ee
saonll to abuses ft advortlstents
Stready ruaning tIn tb pper.W

"Corpomatons wisinmer" w to bll no dobt
'actsd will pleasure thad their ameoo
early to avoid the ub.sk would e
Ithe Un oon exports herclanlipe Cto
bom a popular featur, she must
S nquio s om to dwhenther time thuln






,, constitutes a
M"UlUmate Cosumer" will no doubt
sothat with plane s busyre that nw record
3igh prico for steers, reported from

Di Luther ful rba the tk should be abeIt
to eventually be sevmeral diffessary for
better United states te Am erlo anie C
S trial America
laquiries as to whether the aoquisl
ties of telegraph stock by telephogeI
0 pterests constitute& a merger are4
likely to be mant with the information?
that the line In busy.I

It Luther Burbank should be able
to combine several different fruits
into one, and thus form a new and
better fruit, under the Sherman law
'would this be an Illegal combination?
The end of life is not speculative
meditation unwrought into action. The
one who so limits himself is doomed
to failure. Life Is meant for labor for
others, and the man who so engages
i doing good on every side.
After a conference with President
; Taft, Representative Tawney announo-
1ed that the administration will approve
the Mann bill providing for the
abolishment of the Panama Canal
Oommlsion. and have the sole author-
ity vested'in one man.
What a blesstng In the home is
Smualc. The home that has In it some
good instrument which one or more
members of the family can play and
Around which all may gather and sln.g
is a home that ought to be flooded with
melody and )oy these lons winter
e evenings.

A short time ago a large city dally
s spoke of a man marurying his "widow's
sister." We know that owing to the
great variety oome very queer matri-
me oala alliances are made. but this is


the fAret time we ever knew that dead
sam married, for surely a man must
+ be dead to have a widow. But perhaps
to paper meant to say "deceased
wiLfe' alster" lastead of "widow's li-
*' I to."


1t the toeny to circulatio at pree-
Sea wee divided up equally your part
weld be 134.98. The Birt of the
nmoth there was about $14.00e.000
ore meas to eiNltUon than thele
was at the iae date lat year. The
per oapta Sft t aMe based o a pope.
iattoa eatomat as .M.- The
m th* ulm& = MONIatSMnt ahow's


of 204,04 lw rwth Uslapit
in lu at)~IIalocptes
whih asb" e eq~bntb h
rejectiapof tbo )udg dwt ~ twwf
of lame. by suggsmiing thaIt0.0*aurs
JOrity oftUnionists, a"e elAOe, *on.
bet of the )POW9 of COMomm...th

am*ofThe sGODOM swith4an. appro






mu -at.~.u tmsI i


40 les?
of the uar$$ -V

wort to 4 ac et th#
trot ha e e -werty a

* Bt Wah:ia toha- b da
btional W f fo ont ebt ent
Does Mr. Balior fthiphk -tt It t 41
be found 16 AMteror Aai. e pa
America? a It oMe )urpoeeit. If
Unitolsts are suooseftl. to put Mhil
lish money nla American lands and
thus 'lanresse the step? A more de-
tailed statement of his plans would
be Interesting.
It is probable that the Engaish spin.
ners are dissatisfied* with prices of
American cotton, that to the high
prices they- attribute their bad bsi-o
ness this year, But haven't they
mad money in other years, and do
they expect that every year will be
a prosperous one? The cotton plant*
or has his bad years and there is no
reason why the spinner shouldn't also
have bad years. Last year was an ex-
ceptionally good year tot the spinners.
We published an article the other
day in whioh it was stated that for
the fiscal year ending Nov. 1, J. & P.
Costs Company, Ltd., otherwise known
as the thread trust, announced profits
amounting to $14,608,380, which was
$8,960,000 more than the profits an-
nounced tor the previous year. That
Is the company that, even this year,
has no reason for wanting an addition-
al acreage planted in cotton.
Will the (Cnglish spinners bite at
the bait Mr. Raaifour has thrown to
them? And if the Unionists should
win It would be Interesting to know
where the Engliuh government would
put money with the hope of bringing
down the prices of cotton. There is
no doubt that there are great areas
in Asia, Africa and South America
where cotton can be grown, but ex-
perlence has demonstrated that no-
where can it be giewn successfully
In competition with the Southern
States of this coeatry. Therefore
the cotton farmers qf the Both can
watch the great political fight that
has been begun nto ngland without
anxiety as to the result of it.

Conditions In the Boston customs
serve are such as to warrant a num-
ber of dismissals and reductions, and
Edwin V. Curtis. whose nomination
as Collector of Customs at Boston
will go to the Senate next week. will
make a thorough houee-elsanlng. Mr.
Curtis coaterred with the Presildent
and Secretary MacVeagh on Friday.

100 Reward, *1lo.


The readers of this paper will be
pleased tos learn that there is at least
one dreaded diuase that actence has
been able to cure In all Its stages, and
that to catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medieval traterslty. Catarrb
being a comstitutiomal disease. requires
a conetltutional treatme Rt Har'e
Ctarrh Cure is takes Internally. as-
lag directly upaon the blood ad me-
eous surtfa of tbsyte thereby
detroylag the to attdoa of the dti-
ease. ad givtaing the patat l eagth
by bellding up the eetltUOlma and
astUne nature In dabng Its work.
The proprietors aave ao mach ftth
tIno cu erative powers that they Or
One Hundred DollaOrs Ir ear ae
that It ls to cwra. led e1 i4t of
Adream P. J. CHNN T & 0.
tafti ObtS
sld 11F ab &MOW^ "e1.


730


ia stuAlh for higher waes, raw
-4 ga Nes =m t t toret that
only a pYr acu many of their num-
.'r wved -ithout jobs. they have
Itta t'to power to bring back the
g*e 4a40 of agsair.
Sliborted that John D. .Aokefeter
Opposes to present *IOOO,0 to
China. Perhap the Standard Oil0 C
has deodedd to move to the Orient
If the iup rme Court upholds the re
ent decision.

SIotheres nd Perry Davis' Palnkiller
invaluable nla the nursery, and it
should be kept at hand in oase of acci.
dent. For pain In the breast take a
little Painkiller In sweetened milk
and water, bathing the breast in it
clear at the same time. If the milk
passages are clonged, from cold, or
other causes, bathing in the Pain'
killer will give Immediate relief. Ask
for New 85o bottle.


MBRONCIlI


TR VWAWf i0 O1 $00W AftL
MTe of a good breedlng'"antl.
Madl thvfmar eaa soareely be
noe. There is a ordimry
SelW iWna sear the writes home
haI rhn 16 years has predued
W 4t Ioaour of the olt have
been *i1d tr 7~65, and the other tour,
wloh tb beders still owns, an val
ed at $w0, mklag a total of SINS
ufth f rlt in 10 years. Dbring e
thse ea this old matrto hab ar
ed own kep by doing rebate
w ts adt agal n I 1 at this tie.
With a tw suoh mare* oe the faei
the boll wearv need hare 'a -rwtd'
9or the ou .-Balegb (N. C.) P.
vO itewr. s -.
c out of eoort's aB e
j Oajus. H. Bush, ant gest
el Stl NYork lIfe Iasuraube 0t, C

OtvU n ^ (he Supreme Court de.

oeltestIs o the part of the pteitMI
aad de(i In an elort to have th4
law liit ew buu o life ti
Ua eos 4haip4aee deeoared usooSS*


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cal points South........ *.....*** ....* *..... 10:10 a


Returning, arrive Ga]esville .................
Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North
Returning, arrive Gainesville .... ............


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*U CTOR


Coeme t dewallu
A14 Aims ef
Ctefet Work
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Should be its policy of fire inmurmce, which wil
antee a much-needed protection to the faniiy'
b our nart we will giI


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which are in the '' '
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A- PI. .pat aI ~ e


was recently I "I have tweittle girls who have been
s eniad to be .pt i .troubled very badly with eaemsa. One
wgsitobS10 M O' othem hd it on her lower limbo. I
did everything that I could hear of for
S h..baer, but itdi not give in until warm
ear when i t seemingly subsided.
Ai Rickert 1s 5trlf' b- The next winter when it became ooid
A. icrisu t t the somema started again and
|walatt rOW" lo ine heed where t would take the
and Hompo,*e I t -it out and leave bare patches as large
Sa quarter of a dollar. At the same
ti me bar rms ww c orek the whole
b-fth of thren. I took her to a phy-
S and bhe sid that she had two
tBryce residelate J4t TW. d iot type s of eema. I continued
elaring ompeetlo. an ad wth hin fosr soft and smooth
at which ne worse all ofr the time. Her
way. My hent constand came hom
w day ittleh a box ughnessof Cutiour irritation-
S- Mt and a cak outc Cutc urs oap. I
!" t. O st a !-^- SS 1 Ur alnds the ut a
lajusisters of 8L St WW S] aind by the time the second lot was
l~i tedd therin with most and smothory
i young e w ch n rebadnul ot bran before for wh h hastroub.
ladr where recen led him from keep theCuhildhood. Soap and Charuti
Sta Ontment constantly by th ost and
SArmour, the any little roughnessr torturritation
tor for the on their skin I q anuikly dispel it
S address s d nf W t loof haura Remedof infants. My h, chilnd
sen one ued them with most sa utisfactory
l, a young merCtan of St M reits for a Psore h sufead whh has troub
ea~dry were r'ety *S to a speed y hi from childhood. Mrs. Charles
Sarakeakers of Key es on, Me, Sept. 21, .

tig in their hall recently, outra Ointment is o s of the most
S Armour, e sresedie for torturing, di-of reor
rtor for the national Uno. inghumorteenth acres of the skin and cottoalp,
t add*i~resses In1 Tm& bi-oluding low of hair, of infants, children
two addressesInTA MA and adults, ever compoiinded, in proof
tprohibition. whis a single anointing with it, pre-
__ eroded by a hot bath with Cuticura
rd and Evergade railroad from, and followed by mild seed of
Sas far a young mern Ct A litcuraryPi is often ufhas bcient to afford











School at Palatkae and on every Fri
Si a te mediate relik. f in the mot ditring
had his hand bitten Anotherms o itching t mebu eating and y of th
iitor recently while atw humor, ecentma, irrn thatio c and inflam-
it rope te reptile, reatons. permit remt and sleep and point
to rope te reptile.loaspd p y cr when all else fall%.

I cigarake of Kegyr WO tt large e number of assess etr nts wer,
1"ting In their hall recently, !M 7 rrw. ,vu Boo .
in' International Unlt addxteenth acres ea largeand cotton
--- this spring and picked and sold there
tbrd and Everglade railroad from $175 worth of cotton and seed.
I ed laying rail, extend ne will be ued or th ror
Ml as far as CamerOn City, A literary society has been organize
Sot fromken into the post L of d bythe pupils of the Pty.tnam 111
School at P;Uatka, and on every Fri
----- day afternoon a ie-tng will be heoo'





Th. is su~ school is raeetol doing exce,
lan of the educationalnd e. himself ln the ri ht temple with m- 3
in, ings made a date for thelent work.
lber recover, the ba passing there yesterday, and e
SelatAdu ov,,r the succet eAnother Important meeting of the
i~ting Key West Progressive Associatiou
____ was held recently sid that city and a
i MelouleN large number of aasseimnn ts wer,









ry little being known about bli.
11101 capturedanrat Cretvw added to the already largelIIt "r Tht
!V It J. G. Perryman'sstore *money will be used for the progrtsij
A drmrokenan by nto the postothe cityame of Her
ent at the Tampa nterng the store.ay Cin
Saper 0. Oliver committed trunks whe
s suessful farer in Wgtlhula recently by shootlno
himseveral fell upon ht templendering tb 3




aoerrevolveru His balody passing badlen





bruleed, his jaw slashed up and thi
skin on the oppokete ide He wa.
eoMp1amtve ranger In Wiehlfs
I very little being known About haid.

-A drayman by the name of Henr3
B Jfl Mym of Tamps had almost PecUliA
S&ftidnt at the Tampa Bay Culn(
fwHe wa handling some trunks where
Neveral fell upon him rendering hin
KUnOonCJoua. His body was badly)
tbrutoed. his Jaw slashed up and thi
I tone broken.


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SAVED THE BEERI
MONTOOMERY, Ala-. I)e 10
POodS the 114 esks of beer be;
the tei of areld o the betk a
tM hbos of AIne sa Toole migb
IftIt ~s been moved to a bO--
.a.w. lhrtre bees tI a Jail yard
Jet Armeled Prmown, of tWhe cril
Mal ewrt, mad tbhe -4r

avy, pre blood make a mu
,y. ,-lt eWmpleWl bsadst M
-se ms, hsin b
mam yie wak pal. skekly. !m
A4S Mae d er Ma o-its t OW
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I... 10,odupon as the- proipe, "'t said Betr s u is td.
do ro-danfto and I..1Kwi't I. O atisfy I~iDk tlou
oxf'1e~-titiofl and it e1 F
P. It AMAIS'KY, AIII h$ Pigt
Shvraiffof Ala"'bus '~bVrkRlda. UUIWV* SWart Uu'
KoI'l'RT E. DlVP- 1I. MA We 0 9 ? 0: 4
ptaintilrs Attiffne'Y -
N~r' NOTICE. WK 1W00MfloW16, S. M AMWS
de 1% WOW 911"e5~, *VOdPad ~~ m
It .Itk sgyof janW. A1. A 1)
t.1;8rdiss for GlradysPescIA 1.inla&
I ply to lion. HI. (. MMAn'Ff cinow
I- judge of AkebusesCmetv.Plrle. to a'
$oll the int..reat lof ~dy*iroo 1, b. *.
a Mliw'. fa the followlg ared~IWobdi
1089d K sd fSWIn'Alaf3

of Owc. 3: of ?p. 10.IL of iUex 231N wora a
.d IL (Napa)6~aasto111ps
I UAXHJ WL101


THE DlAITY SUN: GAINESVILhb, 'FLORIDA. DNCBIICBBR It, 1909


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FAMILY CURED OF


SKIN TROUBLES

Two Little Girls had Eczema Very
Badly-In One Case Child's Ir
Came Out and Left Bare Pltc,;f.
-Father's Head Sore from Child-
hood-In All Three Cases

CUTICURA MET WITH
ITS USUAL SUCCESS


FROMMONTANA TO PLORIDA.RTY YEARS
Homesesker Walked This Entire HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS
Distance to Settle In This State. *
HAW CREEK. Fla., Dec. 10.-Tired
and travel worn but hale and hearty
a stranger of apparently middle age E -
has arrived In Haw Creek after a walk 01111 O-TlMi
all the way across the country fromn
the highland sheep ranges of Mof n- M eeks-'-
tana in the far Northwest. Accnompa. ek
uied only by the faithful collie which
had shared the life on the range with
him he made the trip to Florida to. .ivow ,
claim a new home on Haw Creek, in
St. Johns county..
When he arrived he went to the P se
office of the St. Johns Development
Company at Omega and gave his name T O
as Ehwin. He produced well-worn
papers showing that he held the title
for a forty-acre tract which he had I.... .. Pru -i B
purchased on the creek. ': "o
He was tired but was talkative and
attracted much attention. The story O1
which he told is full of Interest. For
many years he has followed the oo-
cupation of sheep herder on the ranges BI D
of Montana. During bliuards that out
through fur-lined alUckers and trous- ..
era and make one's feet feel like R el ef
blocks of ice despite many pairs of R e:ie
woolen socks, cow-hide boots and buck-
skins, he had driven great herds of F rom
sheep which depended upon him al6ne
to guide them through the blinding im s
snow. *th
"To be sure," he said, "one is well
paid for such work, but-." be thought
sunny Florida would be better.
At any rate he and his companion,
a faithful black collie, which had
shared the blizzards and the stormb80
on the range with him, walked all the 0Mb O SSMAN MEEKIlM eMMENS P*RU'NA.I
way across the country to the new---. ................
home in the Southland. "I how*e m* ff-go sof 9 o sna"
"Florida is just the place for me," eI1x sm rt= tIhe o 0hee du t. e0 esAm olf
he assured those who have talked tgr, yM ist .g0' -rD,..vM Mia.MdA ------
with him. He is busy clearing
stumps preparatory to putting In his 1TH2 RMMAM tAM CAS. I
first crop. The determination shown Mr. Jamob L. DaIsV, Oalena, tions eoaty, No., write "I have bee tn be
by him to become a resident of this health for thirtye-ven years, and after taking twelve bottles of your Pwerna I
section Indicates that he is going to am cured." Mr. 0. N. Peterson. I1 o1th Main il., un.itell liltffs, Iowa writ*ea
make a good citizen and he is wel **l cannot tell you how mubh gtrod Pernsa han done nwus ('o1.antIr.ufinumefnt
conked here. Many are taking a great in my store g 1an to tolloa my health, and I felt that I wa. gra.iually breaking
ed here. Many are down. I tried several remedies, butobtained no permanent relief until I took Pe-
deal of interest in his story, which Isn ras. I felt better Immedlately, and ive bottle rest orr' me to comp ,!,. health."
fully borne out. A 8INCIIE rEECOMMCNDATION.
Mr. D, 0. Proeser, Dravo, AUean Co., Mich., wrltesi *Tw ye'r 0 ago I
Alachua Good Enough. wa badly afflited with estarrh of the stomach. I hlad hat a run A .t tv.>',tt
8. D. Mikell. a well-known farmer leve, wa very depleted. I could fin nothia g coulh lat i .t1' .ustuu dl*-
of the VWest End, was in the city from trees and sour stomach. lFinally I ,sa.*, to the neiuslon that I I .1.1rrh of
Trenton Friday. Mr. Mikell rcetly thostomrach and .e.Jinag rPruna advr I .eA, t iBan. to take it. It p 'd nmemsn,
decided to sell his prolprtylifd re. and after taking thlry or f, ar bf tlIe I "ad entirely eured of usasob tr al.Je
move to South Florida. Iit f'ter a ad ocean now staanyblltfg."
trip through that section by team, A l Your Drunilt for a Free PerUse Alm nac for 1910
whean he in''Stigat.d everythln.
thoroughly. he decided that Alachua
county, where he ha llv and thriv- LA T- 8E W DA Hl RTU
ed and reared a family, wa1 good
South for him- 0 e wil, l remain Grafted Pecan Trees n w u
on his farm and amoni his friends
a at Trenton. Ad Rebuil
, The be.-t ; !l s I u.\Vitt l little rarly -Saje, Sure Investmeat-
IttH ers --the fre, *, ; la'<" l- t and
sure little ':. r i'll, I \\.ts Car eM T tmate1 rne- lhheu ro tl anti Ao
bolized Witch li *! I al# is tli, Qallt'y. rFor tr laleros. Work rs tuaer t.
original. i(ood tor c*ut". 1'irns or address tkereams AddM t
e bruises. and eipIeclally f..r i-l1'. Sold few roArhlanafo. 1AINl VILL0.
g by all druggints. MILO A. BENNETT Im aMrh Bo. AIFVLLLA.
SSHRIFF'S ALE.& I
SSHER 'S SALi. Dr. A. Dol an
e U'nder and by virtue' of an .secution YOU D* rT HE* D
SIssued out ofr the. 1otty J udge's OVETERIN A RIAN

*et eo:rd " TO KIEAD BREAD R.n.,:
Y Wellington and W E. Wolt* partners
doing business as Wellingt. & Wot,. d S Magnolla Hotel ( ne.ville
o I .ave le,.vied usn an ,,I sell at only s yr g fo e _
Spublic outcry before the. f I,,'rt bours,. b te iLte S le et
door. in said ouut, a,, d $. *, 06 r g -e t "eI
Monday. the 3rd day n, JaNuary, A sott .u i pod.
Ssale, to the highest and l,.t bidder. daly a be |ta
therefor, for cash. the f tcrib'd personal property ,,. It Tg,. eeI, ,.eM, iI' PHONE No. 9
All lumber in .tages. dre.,Irr rooms
sad stag" ae.tlnKg. .sri. ".'1 .. over iss II H Ar tn
top, a:d curt.aln. ll rorr '.' Irs n We Make puty of All
and lumber around rnrl'n r nnd all M s0 OAtlW eV D M k Weiof
t..t..hr In ,,,,: u ,,, pr" lag --- .-- Claus of l .ray Work.


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The rush for choice residential lots in the new Sub-Division
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URITY LACE


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
location.


UNIVERSITY PLACE


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.


CONCRETE SIDEWALKS---PAVED STREETS

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 AdvBaces.
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No. 8, $41.20; W. B. Gilbert, LaCro
No. 8, $61.80; Mamie Whitcomb,
t, $41.20; Bessie Adams, No. 8, $41
Donia Ford, Jonesville No. 9. $41
W. H. Fielding, Gracy No. 11, $41
Mrs. Anna D. Trusler, Micanopy
16. $77.25; Mary G. Foster, No.
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it-, y:o6 PERFECTION -
01,Ic Of U 11 .mons, Island Grove No. 1, $7, ... P E R F E C T IO N
0with youW Minniei Lee, No. 18, $46.35; Annis
oent of the T hompson, No. 18, $46.35; Hattie Has,-
emt thorn, Godwin No 0 0; .
the month 4JMl Cntoah, Hawthorn No. 21. $82.40; (Equipped with Smokeless Devieo)]
S, r". uO Teeter, No. <21, $61.50; Nancy.
rer'wn, Antioch No 2 $43.77; Bessie the raising of the temperature Is
!0. 91 1013, ; Iu ancy H. Caid.
Dickinson, t well No. 23, $51.50; Annie Lee M- Turn the wick as high or low as
Ividual a. i ld No. 23, $46.35; Maude L. Mc- It will 0--there so danger, so
on, AugU..I. all, No. 2 4, $46.3; i. M. Bryant. smoke, no smell-just an emphatic



S............... McRa, Sano. Fe No. 25. 1.60; W t,
sI Sept Cassela, Gainesville No. 26, $154.50; is a perSent check upon carelessness, making the heafte
........ J. lPralkland, No. 2, $77.25; Serena safe in the hands of a child. B m Dine house with one
SCompt fler shannon, No. 26, $72.10; Aoette filling, heats all parta of a room quickly.
SMay, 1O'....'wr Anthony, $66.95; Mrs. W. P. Coffey,
SNo. 24, $51.50; Margaret M. Wert., Oil indicator tells amount of oil in the all-bse fbt. Damper top.
No. 26, $61.50; Bessie Carver, No. 26, Cool handle. Aluminum window frame. Cleaned la a minute. Flahald
nts ............1.0; Mrs. A. L Coleman, No. 26, in Nickel or Japan. Various styles and haloIWs.
galace .. **61.50; Daisy Poole, No. 26, $61.50; ry Dealer ne wit I Not as Vt s, W earh Drdpl Ciey
S.......... Jeanie Green, No. 26, $51.50; Eva o t. Nmrw Agm 9of he
special Fund* Poole, No. 26, $51.50; Lottle Green, STANDARD OIL COXPANT
Salmace .......... . No. 26, $61.50; Kate Tomkles, No. 26, -
mDicklaso, nl $61.50; Julia Kennedy, No. 26, $51.50;
............... Mabel Sanches, No. 26, $51.60; E. C.
Idnson, August col Winslow, Pine Cottage No. 27, $41.20;
pl .................. C. A. Roberts, Lochloosa No. 29,
cklinson. September $41.20; Barney J. Padgett, Stroble No. Nebo No. 2, $265.75; Ella J. Richard. pairs, No. 8, $18.50; 8, L. Crews.,
,l s .........**.**, 46. $61.80; Clara Thomas, Bloomsdale son- Grove Park No. 35, $25.75; J. J. change In books, No. 8, $2; H. &A
From J. L. Kelley, No. 32, $36.05: Ada Hague, Monteocha DeHose, Newberry No. 36, $30.90; I. Drew Co., blackboard. OraeWy NO
S................... 0.00 No. 37, $41.20; Aa Blrantley, Orange Zelma M. Jones, No. 36, $20.60; Aquilla II, $9.10; H. & W. B. Drew Co., seat
L Kelley, No. 16.... 10.00 Heights No. 38, $36.05; Avice Walker, Ayer, Rochelle No. 40, $25.75; Victoria Trenton No. 1I, $92.10; H. & W. I
Louise No. 42, $36.05; I. M. Harrell, Deloe., Four Mile No. 41. ($204;,%; W Drew Company. Trenton No. 14
$4,409.84 Perseverance No.. 43, $36.05; Lula C. Page, Gordon No. 13. $25.75; Mattle blackboard, $13.65; W. F. Beou
warrants ............ 688.5 Latimer Windsor No. 43. $41.2l i). M. Davis. Pineville No. 21. $2.75>; freight on desks, Trenton No. 16, $8.97
SL. Guy, High Springs No. 47. $ 7.:.: Mary James, High Sirizngs No. 29, W. T. Broker, repalrst, Trenton Nc
............... 3,26.6 da Price, No. 47, $51.50; Pearl Futch, $20.60; J. A. Street. Bluei lr .nl No. 1., $1.45; Mrs. M. C. Ilryant. interest
Bt. Teachers' WarranttI No. 47, $4f.35; Lois Mikell, No. 47 19, $25.75; William Fater, High ont loan. Island Grove No. 18, $41.51
Wolf, Arredondo No. 1 $46.36; G. W. Freeman, Hague, No. 48. Springs No. 29, $30.90). W. I. Phifter, shingles, Godwin No
|. N. Overhults, Rochelle No. $51.50; Dorothea Freeran No. 48 Sundries. 20. $42.0;: J. S. ell., repairs, No. 30
,R co lorotheaFN.L Johnson, repairs, Hawthorn
$12.61; Mae Morrow. Cam.ville No. J. L. Kelley, salary, $150; J. 1. KlI- No. 21, $3.60; W. E. Walts, hauling
50, $41.20; May Ford. Paradise No. 52. ley. office. $1,8.25; H. C. Parker. Anti No. 21, $1; N. A. Mathis, lumber. No
$30.90; Lila Fra 54, $41.20; Vallie Grace, Evinstltl Co. No. fil1 blackboard, $5.46; J. I. $1.50; W. F. Roberts. repairs, Alachua
No. 62, $41.20; T. W. lBrewton, Stoke Snider. No. 61, supplies. $1, Gainnes. o23. $ .6; J. If. Vidal. disinfecltan
No. 64. $46.:;li Hattle English, (iro\ ]ville, I'laning & C(offin Co., IT. A. Gainesville No. 26. $32.93; Phil.f
Park No. s. $41.24); A. C. Maddox, $17.,; A. I1. William., I union Acade Bros., supplies. No. 26, $3; lialird Hard
Tacoma No. (19, $6f.oi5; E. H. Collier, lmy, repairs, $20; W M l).vldion, No- ware Company, supplies. No. 26. $(.05
Newberry No. 7:I, $72.10; Pattie It. ,W 11111, shingMes. $2 :,.. William Me. Phoebe March, jsnltrese, No. 26. $10(
lane, No. 73. $41.2f; Florence Balis. C'onilbs. Noble 11111. repairs, $17.40; Jars Castro. Janitor, No. 26, $25; J
No. 73, $41.20; Orrie Pratt, Rocky Surlmers Furniture ( Co., Noble Hill, reo H, Jarvis, sanitation, No. 6S, I8; A
Point No. 76, $36.05; Elvira Staf. pnirs, $S:.07: II. A .Dumine nn. Noble Wenake. repairs, No. 26, $8.45; W. F
HOLID A Y "atcht Creek No. 78, $36.05; J. F. IIIII, re-palr. $2.-:,; W\ P. Williams. Roberts, repairs. Stroble No. 21
L IA P utch, Haynesworth No. 1., $3(.9o; Noble i1111. nalls.. '1 (.nt; I,.. M. $29.30. T. R. Brown. repairs. Hague
UT HOM E Hattie George. Rolling ,luff. $3.0l5; Kelley. stev.egrsti,,ih. $44; HI & W. It. No. 48. $2.1i:; J. L. Ortmes. repair.
HOM E Ruth Thorpe, Rocky Hill No. 8.6 Drew Co., 1. ger, 41 .2: ). C. Ilald- High Hprings No. 47, $34.60; J. r
cent r $36.05; Ella Dowling, Halle No. 87. win, repair:. t .A rli.r. $3.50; W. futch. repairs. Haynesworth No. At
center $sa" $36.05; Mamle E. Williams, Wllleford \. C(olsot,. >,!iAl,.hiols. $226.2); $2.10; H. & W. HI. Drew Co.. black
wbeethe hemNo. 88, $36.05; Gladys George, Dutton (;ainesvilh, lla "re ('.. No. 94. board, Hell No. $1, $13.6(. IR. T
f tougher I4 No. 90, $561.50; Mayme Anderson. No. $11.91; Gainesville Hardwar. Co.. No. Wynn, balance on building, 1Bell No
Sold-.ashioned 90, $41.20; Lucretia St. Clair. Tyler $590; Gainesville lIlaidware Co., 5, 3462; Galneville Hardware Co.
FewtL in keep. No. 92, $41.20; Ella Fuqua, Tioga No. No. 5, $7.85; (ainesville Hun. adver ntie, No. 85. 13: Wade Bell., lumber
Ipiriptd uch i 88, $41.20; Katherine Boardman, Fair- tisement. No. 8fi, f0;7,. ;Gine ville No. &, $; J. P. Phlipt. paint. No
i the quaint, banks No. 5, $20.60; Callie Berry, Sun. reports. $4: (ialn-Eille U Sun. 5, $17.96.
irldv ton No. 14, $36.05; Rachael M. printing, special district. $2"~0; Pep- R. D. WRKS,. Chalrman.
B Le~take, Spring Hill No. 40, $21.20; per Pub. Co.. OGaineville No 26. $36; I. I. KULLIT, aSpt.
Maggle Cassels. Center No. 66, $36.05; j. D. Matheson, con mmil ionm. $23.44;
SSarah Pratt, Brown No. 89, $41.20; William Moody, mileage. and ir dieam,
Sefie McCaskill, Prankland No. 7. $ 6.60; 0. W. Miller, mnileaxe and per |
$41.20; Charlotte M. Baldwin. Archer dlem. $8; W. D. Dicklanpo'.n. refund of
No. 10, $82.40; Florence M. Baldwin, polls, $2.
No. 10, $41.20; Mary Berkstresser,special District Warrant-Teacher
lntsGi altei No. 10, $51.50; Bertha Love, cool p District W--
6 f|eatdi dis springs No. 17. $46.36; May Warren. Supplement.
taSine,--days Jaxville No. 55, $46.35; Lillie Love,. Katherineh Irmardman. Fairhanks
F.yette w Grover No. (7. $41.20; W. H. CaseIs., No. $25; Dola Ford. Jei,.~ileO No. II
,.- | OGalesville No. 26, $154.50; Ida J. 9, $5; W. II. Fel.ldihg, Gra.,, No. IIt. -.. MENIEDWOUIS
aFayette Prankland, No. 26, $77.25; Serena $10.30; Mary GU FVo er. M.l .:mopy No. r.. ,, ,
"g_ ver prbb aannon. No. 26. $72.10 Antoinette 1:,. $.5 ,; (Georgia Ho., T'r.:tou No. f ^,, ,,',.,.' e',. ,sC,
I carmming Aptbony, No. 26. $6693; Mrs. W. P. No iK. $5, I, lHasttle lirm .rn. God.- *!.m..Ue "' ,
that have Cotey, No. 26. $.1.rO; Margaret M. sin No. 2o. $1'). Z 1 ,lat.sh. ., *,. ,,. u-.
Plain. old. Wrts, No 26. $51.50: Carrl IBeau. iHasthorn No 21. $I;,oe. i, ,,e Toot B s't, *4. '. lw 1ia
,foonI of No. 2 $1. .501, Mrs. A L. Col man >r. N. 21, $rN 21. 4. 'a.! M ,a"ll. - , .,., ,
S ,coveted No. 26, $51.50; alsyv IJ'o .. No 2 Alawhua No .',. $,1.. ( I oto e .rs. "" '6 "'
I, wo.e $1.50; Jennle Green. No. 2', $'1-,I, 1 hies No 2t. $ A, (.atns. '.-,- ...---..
a 'l of Ja Poole. No. 26. $.1.,.; I,1:;. Str.bl,. No 31, $1(. A' fIraatloey.
eny .ren No. 26. $51.50; Kate Tormkl-e, Orasa.K Helihts No 3'. i11 Avdee
ma. t 3 B No. 26, $51.50; Julia Kennedy. No Walker. Ioulu'e. No 42. , I T. F. T
G ift |6 1.10: Mabel Sancbe. No 2.. HaIr.ll. P .r e, No., e ; 'T I $! C.

L -L F $ 10e g1 TeacherO' WarrantS. Mrr,,w. Campelle No .. $ Lil
rd J.A y F 'lo ra.ser. Roed3eld No. ,4. I a V.al ,
I 'gPuIs> .( J. A. Locket. Union Academy No 1. Orce. Krintn No /. - A. C. I,,. OO
IpSIa M.646; L A. Artson. No 1. $1,4. (drade. vTaintm No I,' A. (.E PU LINf n
e n May L. Davis. No. I. $30.90; Sesle Molir. NTwb.y No. S I Patt".l
sa l ,, I en p e Or. at, $ No. f. 30.o Meta HearFst. No lr . 'o N i,,.. ai l. _-- .
rde ..... S~0 "m a... Ril.m.% I ~e. so. 72. $Dow a. V,,'' 72 $30ll...


It. Lne.P.. 72.lliams.r'-%0-.
........41 $NJ";0 atri'Wilims r~ip ratt. Rorky Ieu.'o1
hiheis *A1 $36.60; Altbea 31 Jones. -NO.. L$30 90 51030: J. F. Tuck. tBaira-v ib NO UU~l, ?US
.80615 Ids 3. Williams. N I%0 9.Mah
A :JIL 0143MN. N1.83s".Minn Ir C 41 124). Mamie William., wihlaotE M pg"I
Ale (1014,&WS.dONo. 2. $3090; S.

RP -0 3 Anber34w .9. L76. J C Jose". MNc-redooD4O 'o 1. $4; 0favoil..' 1440.Ad -- p. 'seew o 5 4.
V"m .MW SW N No.12. $M.96: NBO4N R- Dome~. ver@ ul~g .ini Ure..Ar.-' o4o -No ~ "~-
I. ~ 3 AwttflP. N~V 1. $476. Jorw & rA is-ju ,4r.. Lan.,* ,i .
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SMATTRS OP GENERAL INTEREST
*SOURED sVY aUN RnPORTRL.

What Has happened and What is* S
Ing to Happen-Persnal and
oelal Items ef the City.

Little Sister Snow and others at
Miller's.
Celery lOc per bunch. C. A. Sal-
lay & Co.
Ir Three fat mackerel for 26c. C. A.
S Bailey & Co.
4 Best Florid *syrup 50c the gallon.
C. A. Bailey & Co.
[ Best sweet potatoes only HOc bush.
el. C. A. Bailey & Co.
Five two-pound cano tomatoes only
25c. C. A. Balloy & Co.
Four pounds best bulk chrusbhed
oats for 25e. C. A. Valley & Co.
Mrs. W. B'C. Deville of Arredondo
was shopping in the city yesterday.
Attorney Robt. 8. Davis made a
professional visit to Starke yesterday.
Mason Philpot of Newberry was
transacting business in this city yeas
terday.
Hartley and Robert Thomas of
Monteooha were In the city trading
yesterday.
W. J. Walts of Palrbank, was
among those who paid Oalnesville a
business visit yeuhtrday.
Call on J. I. lBrooks for anything
In fruits, candies and cigars. 203 E.
Uuion street. Freq delivery.
Hiettor let us have some of your
order for today. We can supply you
with all you need. J. 0. Harrold.
W. U. Phlfer has returned from
Phlfter's Siding, where he has beeu
looking after hiN Interests for the past
two days.
Mrs. McColluugh of Arrodondo wa"i
shopping In the city yesterday, and
incidentally was a guest of friends
for dinner.
C. J. Oamble of Atlanta. represent.
Ing the Great Southern Accident and
Fidelity Company. Is In the city to
the interest of his company.
J. A. Parrish of Hague was trading
in Gainesville yesterday. Mr. Par.
rish stated that the vegetables In
his section, with the possible excep-
tion of beans. have been greatly bone-
ated by the recent cold.
M. I. Whelon. the general advance
agent of the Wright-Turner Shows.
which are to appear here next week,
arrived in the city yesterday to make
further 'advertising arrangements for
his show, and was busy during the
afternoon aupertitending the work of
tacking placards.


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10e. C. A. SaHely & Co.
Ten pounds best meal and grits for
26c. C. A. valley A Co.
C. N. Holder and Monroe Venable
of Archer was in the city yesterday.
Judge SIyd L Carter hasb returned
from Jackevilleo where helha been
on profeks ona business.
Remeuiter the old reliable whe
placing your orders for fresh meat.
We handle the besf to be had inessfresh and
moats WJ. G. Harrold.AAN CO.

Blue Ribbon the Winner-Blue Rib-
bon Va aill outsells all others be-
cause of its absolute purity, great
strength and dellonlouy favor pck.
John V. Denton, formerly of this
city but now can the commipeaches sionbusi-
ness c. New York, is here for a few
daysTen pouand his friends are gland to greet
him.
Place your ordrte for Christmas
boxes ofeoranges to be shipped to
your friends now with Saorunders &mea
We a ndle. thpped direct from the
grove.
Thos. L. Weeks a wellknown rm
r f te RibboCrn the section,ner-Blue Rib
the city ylla oterutel, ls all vin come on
ausne of s connected with the county
lrk' oand delicious flavor.ice.
.John V. Williams of Trentonrly of thiof
the 'widely-known and popular liU-
ctyns of the West End was in the
city yesterday on business connected
with the offloe of County Tax Collet.
or W. D. Dicklson.
J. L. Hargraves. an extensive naval
Plaore your order Clyfor o. wr atmas
tboxes who spent yesterday shipped this
city. HWeeks a veswell-known far
itr of to alaCroile, section hiriaends

are always glad to weloqM him.
Dr. H. I* Moutgomery of MleLmopM
wu to the city yesterday, having. Dr. Mom on
omery Williamsnot onlye Tr the leaden on of
young s of t ehe West tate,'bt n the
city yesterday o bustnler for ss connected
and evrythle oe of Countyt Tax ollect-
J. Le, and Mlaopy ahon extenld end does
feet proud to call him a ltiseIn.
Deputy operator of yno was amowbrry
was to the city yesterday. He hid to
city.dy a neagrae Amos a regul, who
are always golad to wel e hNoim

tDr. H. o M onto ry of Mwastraced
wato In the ity ywherday. w apMont-
gomeryed wi not oaly one of the leading
young phyJ. cIa. Wns. of the Statet r-
an energetic hat tie hor goodrt roads.
and everything et m that a prsress-
lvo. and Micanopy should and does






feel prod to call ohim a citea t.
Deputy Sherif Wynne of NeWberry
was tn the city yesterday. He had in







county ositest and who was t raced
to Silver Springs. where ho waa ap.






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s toeato-s lerge qise, $1.
bMet whte CaL. cherries $1.
bfest telloir a. peacbes 9t
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days ago. It is hoped that he will
decide -to continue .In the business,
though it will entail a great deal of
expense.
The next time one of the children
catch cold, give It something that will
promptly and freely but gently move
the bowels. In that way the cold will
at once be driven out of the system.
Kennedy's Lxzative Cough Syrup
moves the bowels promptly and freely.
yet gently, and at thesaue time heals
Irritation a stop the congh. It is
especially gd for bchldrea. SIN
by all drwagts.
William Uttledale of Hawthorn
was I the city yesterday. Mr. Ut-.
tiedale used to be the "candy kid" In
every seatm of the word. because he
used to make tfe sweet and worth
living; bait w he is the "candy man."
because e eays he is with a larger
houae. and can spply the sweets In
much later quaUttites. However, be
Is a good fellow at any event, and his
friends an always glad to see him.


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w rtals po' oea pca pound
SRut wDet potM.oe peck, 16*








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M B t s. c pound.


.M OEt Olando, was ImO the vii.
St I is dty Yesteery nd of
Of^ DeligWuhnt ,wWt-
oo4 *tM e :0. D t forget
tOte ihrsthe Snow."i n a day
k. Wngrbtw a eItur own r tiU.






Supply you wath n thaet t i
i. Wafrewh roert and daug ter.
bles to season. J. 0. Harrold.
Pre. line of Chritmas aes and
oltes, lefrsham wafers, fruat eake,
oval waters arrow root, cove
nut qj caroons, nd-smpde water
o fracksH aunders Satod "e w
mDr. Thomasolctrio Oil isthe best
oroap. pHasly you a withat y uco
in or family for eight yd ar."-Mrs. ve
U witeacre, B Dluo, N. Y.
Saunders & Earle make a specialty
oftable In ea orn. J. 0.n boxes o
Christma linefts. Ortmages shipped di-
rect from the grove. Leave your or-
ers with. Sau them now
The homart of Odr Oc -No other best
er Interests distract us from attend-
Inremedy to the Hotel Business ad keease
us from cheerfully contributing every
minute of our time to the furthering
of the comfort of our guests. The
Brown House.en used with su

Mrs. JohMnna Holmes returued to
her home in this city Yesterday from
an extended visit to relatives in .t.
Wayne, Ind., Buffalo, N. Y., and
other pois in the East. She hadl
a most dellihtful- visit, but friends
are glad to welcome her home again.
of. Ludwipping of Toga manager of

n the city yesterday. Mr. shipdwped di-g's
friends ymit thise with him deeply
on theo the Hotel sustained by th explosion
of a boiler which came near complete-
ly wreck glad to wehis plant two or three
ly wrecking his plant two or three


C HURISTMAS
At COLES'

"Take time by the PFolock" and
"core the beet things whiln you can,
or have thmr vmvw d. No charge
for engraving of foods bought of n0 .


A UIIQO STOCK OF


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You bear of litigation over the
ity of titles-all which oC mi ha,
avoided by investing in an abst
the property before it was boug
If you are considering thei pu
of real estate-or have a deal"
olo6ed-Ifnist on an abotra t m
us of the parcel before you buy
Accuracy and comp)htenss :
teed

ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRC
Galnesville, Florida

THE "KNOW HOW"
INTO EXECUTION
Is what is creating .siuch a gc
mand for pressing don,. our ntw
Every little feature is gin!i ib
eat attention and no1 ;,. f w
allowed to leave our hi.d, u
is carefully insilect'd t') ,,,, I
eomes up to the high, s! n;a
have set "We're go' n,."
KOr.ME KLEAN KLUB,
210 Liberty St. Phoi


.. H. J. DEMPSE


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FURNITURE


LOST-Oold bel pin'grape des
with amethyst settings. Finder
please retUrn to Magnolia Hotel and
receive toward.

FOR RENT.
FOR RUNT-A furnlJhed cott with
modern Impronvements. Apply at 701
N. University street.
FOR RBNT-1Sx-room house and ten
\ acre of land in cultivatioo, one-
fourth mile north of the Unlverslty.
Apply J. A. Phlfer.

FOR SALLY.
FOR BALB-Typewriter ribbons, all
kinds. Sun office.
OYSTERS 40c quart at Hubbardi lIsh
and Oyster Stand, 208 West Union
street.- Phone No. 238.
PURE BBED POTATOES-We offer
the genuine Spaulding Rose No. 4 In
10 peck sacks, $2.60. True Red Bliss
Triumph at $8.25,. end ,us your
orders. American Produce Com-
pany, Jacksonville, Fla.
THERE IS NO OAME LAW against
anyone hunting Plank's Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure malaria.
chills and fever. Price 25 cents per
bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson. he'll
probably know.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ward and charm-
ing daughter, Miss Ethel, of New
Haven, Conn., who are regular winter
visitors to GaInesville, have arrived,
and will be located at their cosy home
on North Nvans street for the re-
mainder of the season. Friends are
delighted to welcome them.
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Dr. Geo. S.


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