Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01324
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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 12, 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: VID01324
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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I mte ctor Durand Issues Iln-

port t.at Concerning Work.


GTON, D. 11.- enumerators is confined. These
tees enm s forms of schedules are furnished for
a state 6 11" th sthe information of the applicant and
asdtem t *I th should be studied and preserved for
duties a Oo .use in connection with the examina-
Iens GAum O n, ,3 WM tion referred to in the preceding
of the duteas O d on paragraph.
rvisors by the 4e i 8Oact is "It will be necessary for each
ion of,saultabl peeons to enumerator, before entering upon his
ed, with the oeaMn t t4he duties, to receive a commission, under
of the Census, an iitoia the hand of the supervisor of the dis-
their respective d. It trlect to which he belongs, and to take
er provided that Attlb P*h1a B and subscribe an oath of affirmation
bbe elected solely With Ivliew that he will faithfully discharge all
Is, and without rebr$oe'e to the duties required of him under the
political party afillattooa: law.
I census act provide that the "The census act also provides that
atlon of populatlm.k Sad agrl an enumerator, after accepting an ap-
p shall begin on April 15, 0910, pointment and qualifying for the
each enumeratoir, sl om- work, cannot, 'without justifiable
the work required t his die- cause,' refuse or neglect to perform
Vitbin thirty days-.a "the ase the duties of the position: and he will
1 districts and small towA, and, further be required to devote his en.
two weeks in the dase of any tire working time to the census work
rated city, town, village, or bor- during the period of the enumeration.
which had 8,000 inhabitants or "The compensation to beI paid to
sMder the census of 1*OO. enumerators is fixed by the centius
b desirable where possible that act, and an allowance of not less than
umierator shall live in the dil- two or more than four cents for each
he is to canvass. He should hinhabitant, not less than twenty nor
illiar with its territory and the more than thirty cents for each farm
l character of It. people. reported, and ten cents for each barn
I census requires 'ka'ieumera- and inclosure containing live stock
itive. energetic persons of good not on farms. is provided for all sub-
s. They must be thoroughly divisions where the Director of the
rorth. honest, and of good hab- Census shall deem such remuneration
brey must have at leakt an ordi- sufficient. In other subdivisions the
education and be able to write Director may fix a mixed rate of.not
ranud with reasonable rapidity. less than one nor more than two
eral, iietference will be given to dollars per day and,. In addition, an
r ,-mti: rators If they are at allowance of not less than one nor
M It !.'-:'a]l. able to perform the more than three cents for teach inhath
(if '. li>,iition. itant enunmerated, and not hs* than
th l"'r-,i seeking appointment afteen nor nmor, tham twenty cent ~
ls l'att-merator must mlake a for each farm reported, while In si ti
S;il ;,,:ti;'in to the supervisor divisions where per dicin rates are
1 il-:rit, (f which a resident, necessary, because of the' difficulty ot
Id i 'ition must be made the enumeration, tlie enuierator may113)
C't in the' handwriting of the he allowed, In the' di-scretiomn of th t
and mil timuit be ladorad by Director, a coAlien-'ation t of not If-
.!,tiive business men of than three nor more than six dolPar8
InI;.uit. in which the applicant per day of eight hours a1(tl1al field-
t work each. Except In extreme case.-.
*I111li~athts for appointment as no claim for mileage or traveling ex
natorn ill be required to take penses will be allowed to any enuimer-
>30,i,>. to be prescribed by ator, and then only when nut horl.
I'",,,r (of the Census, to de- has been previouslyy granted by th'-
e tIi r fitness for the work. Director of the ('ensus."
luilio,.la,:h will be of a prao- Attention is also called to the letter
"hra"'tr. (onslstingt chiely or of the President, addressed to the Sec
of Ith filling out of a blank retary of Commerce and Iabor. a co)py
,f ilxpulation from data of which Is appended to the statenient.
314 and. iiI the caoe of erAsner- concerning the matter of political
>I.'- sork will be In rral diu activity on the part of census super-
f illihg out of a sample visors and enumerators. In accord.
If rtic'lture. ance with this letter any enumerator
& a*liant is furmlshed with must sever his connection with aln)
Irsra',. example of the an- political committee of which he ma'
ltli the l opulatisU shedS be a member, before entering omn his
1 runtr districts., with a e dutlles. and must refrain from political
4Ira'ultural schedule to whlch, activity during his term of employ-
t< work of the ee6Ms meat.

tale a u$e*as. This Was Some Shooting.
Place *ea to be a Talk about sue css at shooting. but
Ou.h u-of.towun peoS, for a lrtend of John Holly of Arrdondo
it kept Vy V ith brought to Oainesillle Saturday the
A' and their carriage news of a remarkable effect from the
S, a'trartive m4cvnatae, olst of one barrel of a gunl
S :-rt that evry iat This gentlenan Ltated that My
0i s* nare, uybW. r. M Holly and a friend went mtl on the-
6 ":'4n prlagWW a S --I m arsh two or thlre days ago durk
S"Pk al d WW a (. SUtfg. It waS ot lons before they
I hemo o 1 SOW down to buslnnes and eW d killed
S. dtdr.d Mr. le a asmtwr.
14 ,' tr.eOW f this conpR of Mr. Holly
llcts to sV esseptlenaI martsmai
k l* 5* for wtj dp irreve of ducs wm re
1aW ihS* sad carted to mye W7 he

l "f 3tVw i lit2 ta rtsk that ha e dack turned
t- r tI I tho daie
? -- ... tW.-***hh*
a s Wertheat U j p d s -e a
q sl emm


: hlt. whio wAiS v.tllMwK OW inthe
ce'nti r of the str'et w tilh a two-gallon
i.r orf (ane Julie hail,a(ln .d on bhi
head. %
In.ste'ad of running. th." old man
tuiivril aiHnmt. faced the en ii who had
glveni hiin the ceminiauilu, and said:
"What you talk n' ljui tellln' dim
nlggah to run and Iputl idon dil cane
Jnile'* Sho, mlan. on eimsun't kno' or
nigxah. You might git me ter run.
hut when I d.os run I iii gwine to
take die cane juice wsi ine an' yer
mav fee-l sure ob dat'
With thin the old Iinmi prorweeded
on his way. but In the oi*antinme the
jar had be.n tranofe.rredl to a Wecure
position under his arim which was
evidenqr that he intend-d to carry
out his promise to 'take* the j)uies
with him" If he -as coirm,:"'iled to run
at all.
Ilut the darkey didn't have to ran.
after all.
An Enterprising Farm.
Jones Isros. A (Co the frailture
people, have s sandv.e-rtll nemtl Ii this
issue o which the attention of our
reader Is invlted Th. nFrm, toualgh
established only about ol0 yrear. Is
one of the largest and most reliable
in this section of thu. rountry. sad Is
handling an eirel.lnt Itne of goods
Those ookIm g fur r-en-..ts. as well
as fumlture for th.'i-r own hos*, eamid
so4 do bettor than n.ault theMO.

will Vied Old HomW.
J A Goodwi thi sclev Osad o ebs
iag tke agent of the Atladtle Cmt
IJie. eRpeots to I*.I" today Ir
O(ree Ga.. his od hloAse. w
he Win sapd a few days wath I *&
rets. Mr. ad Mrs D W 00mdWi
Wh*le a&o he win have the piem
w st fmdbS tthe fttetb semle
iwn. or m*ms weditas of i
(Win .h i s smie

thte Imiputt of the bluntl axe.

It i. probable that the unknown
woman was the first to Ib struck
down; that she met the murderer at thte
door it he entered and was struck
before ihe rould oeaslpe
Then the murderer, slatllthly ap-
proachinlg aged Mrs. rubblee, killed
her. It is believed that Mrs. Ohlan
der was attacked as she left her room
to enter the hallway, was assaulted


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Divine Services Will Ie HMld at All TH1 W OM EN
Places of Worship.
Services will be observed at the NH EA T
various churches of the city today as H A
follows: INHEART
First Presbyterian Church, Rev.
Those. P1. Hay-Preaching at 10:30 a.
m.; subject. "ThIngs Above Sight, l vAd That Nedr Wa
Hearing and Heart." Sunday school WVU U1 t W
at 3 o'clock. Preahling at 7:30 I lw I
o'clock; subject, "The Great Oppor-
Firbt Methodist Church-No an- 8AVANNAH. Dec, 11.-VVetiMa of a an
nouncement. revolting crime, Mrs. Wisa Oribble, sk
First Baptist Church. Rev. J. J. aQed 70 years, and her daughter, Mrs. aIs
Cloar-Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.; Carrie Ohiander. were found dead
teachers are requested to be present in their home, No. 401 Perry street, a"
on time. Mr. Flake, an expert Sunday west, here yesterday, while a third po
school man, will be present. At 10:45 woman whose name is unknown, found ths
a. m. Mr. Flake will address the Just Inside the front door of thO bouse. tel
church. All who miss this service is at the Savannah Hospital dying. tel
will regret it, as Mr. Flake is a "live Physicians state that Mra. Ohlander ho
wire." Junior iU. Y. P. U. at 3. Sen. was the victim of a criminal assault fri
lors at 6:15 p. m. Preaching by the just before she was killed. Jal
ipstor at 7:30 o'clock. Strangers re- One hundred and fifty nero men, a&
quested to meet with us. caught In meshes of the police drag net can
Advent Christian Church,. Elder J. through Yamacraw, the negro section 1
T. Johnson-Preaching at 11 a. in. and of the city, are prisoners In police an
7:15 p. m. Young people's meeting at stations, the theory of the police be. wc
7 p. m. Subject for morning sermon, Ing that a negro maiu. having planned by
"A Mistake." Night, "The Judgment." an ar-,ault upon Mrs. Ohlander. was mu
Sunday school at 10 o'clock this morn- compelled to commit the other crime* tht
Ing. %Strangers are especially invited in ordt r to escape. pro
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church-No Other *rreNst will be made until fon
announcement. every negro in the city who in any dol
St. Patrick's (athollr Church. Iev way resembles the descriptolun of a
P. J. Lynch Mhas ll b>e held at negro who during the last three days itf
16 o'clock a. m. iDevotion of the Hloly has been green frequently about theli>
IosFary will be at 4 p. m. premilses of the house of the murders IM
Is a pirlponer. la-
The Darkey and the Cane Juice. The police lblleve that this negro. Hu,
A rather amusing incident occurred Using AII axe tuken from the wood. ho
on W\%'st Mult street Saturday after- 0h4.,l in the reia' of the (}rlbbler hlone, d,
110.on, wlhi to tho!<. .i,'u ~ uin sei d it, and who dIown thel unknown woman, and after 1
did nott uhiide-ri'anl tin. antiure antd Issaulltlig Mrs Ohlande'r in the wide, th
( i po)iti c:,'peciall) the (hold tiimr."' found. flnlshed hio terrilhl work by so
*'Itu, nigget, run, lut down that twating In her skull with the weamin. thi
cane jttlce'" ('ominaueed one fellow Willed While Reading. (ir
who azpiare! to be a little overjoyed Mrs. Grlbble evidently was attacked his
with soe.thlliK mnore like- the "skim- from behind ais she sat in an easy shi
ingus~s t haln juite. If you don't put chair reading. On thoe floor bltIde henr lanI
doI I that ctan jil' e, and irun, there'll b ody wre fomuinl (th ne-wmspapirsi he' hot
t1' tiaiitlillng dolimg." was reading and her si'ectrale'i. One wer
Thlis rematrk w a~ addr. Msed to an or p(Msibly two blows were dealt her '
S:1ily color. macn, In a red wooloten lr grey hair, hlow.mattle. showss prl
_ A hair....eII.Lm..1.. A. ...s.wA _I'

0ll lthe reward offir. and Alli nearby
o1%11n ibate' t1'4e' nuIilhyl d and are (in
ths- lookout IPolicee alffirrs In auto'
moili|h|le have rverned all the road*
for nilelo surrounding the city while
JMmoss on foot have Mourel4 the place
where *autonobllia could not go. The
house to house search of ngro uome.
conllnuwe It smwwem hardly pmoible
the negro ran king remain at large,

---- Arcbitect i4hleld* Warrem has cs
at Savannah During Paes Week ploted the plans for the new hirl
Re1lhed 3* SBates. home on iast Main street N.. wkble
VANNAH, OIs. flIe. II.-The will be one of the ha dandm t homes
land market entitled e*ay in the city
but the lower beats brought This home will be two storloes i
orders and emonsleble best- height, and will contain twelve rooes.
resulted, which relieved the imar with bath. lavatories and toilets as*
Latterly the tose, was Snrmr, Ira. It will be oa the colswal oatle,
rioes recovered s8ghtly, the with larle mlatIn la tfroet, wih
f eloein steady. Preach bevel plate *I l wldoews sd
ners woe e eraged by the ad- doone sadml qu Mare-ak Sears, uad
in Ulyptiam rotloes csequet a slo m fumdatl4M.
hoertaese l that erop. ht wre IS. I. Deepsey will lbve Ithe %*
handicapped by the weakom.. trart oa this Soea. sad whes e'o
rtMr *sloer, who s m to avte pted N will e o- of the bandue
kch below the ,avalesh prkes. set resddem Ito the emetry ,
w feo the week SAN l6 -.
followlg priae were based ts4rS*pe Fire.
i-tr.' euntatkis sad are revied As alM of Stre weae ted lI from

wetltoo (as *ad nos
Pan t's 80r4a.pu's
PaM GMSty fk rgl*s .
?be thowe Plordst 0 dsaf

1u C heire Geor..ia. .3
Choke CM'. sdVa's t. "a a

,or 4.1sd0 hs 1 .1

le Iat l:60 eboisk at~erday after.
-N. whtcabeld toe departme
Is a oiy to a home OOW pdby *$$or-
ed 00000 in the wiesiy of 00sdo
14 'h lIhtpat bhUmsry
Upon arrId lof O pMN
Ih. hbie"uW" qmhw some$" ow
wos &0 eaw bedam M or Id s am
bwvrned n~al* tha the U-00
0c bow ae % me aofaeospamw

t00 bbw goegl od kw~.
?boo wo "medamae. meud eeer
ON* goabow
*a40 o mm ar

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Peptrator of Awful

!erei fvr FnL

id killed. These ulaown woman's
ull was crushed In ad her death
a matter of but a few hears.
Other theories ar et aterned by
treher, for. the murderer but te"
lie* are proceeding on the theory
lt a negro man is gullty. Many on*
rtain this theory and feeling to lin
im here because of It. The motley
rde of prisoners are quiet and
ghtened In the police station and
II. It It believed that If the nemol
speoted of the crime to caught he
n be quickly IJentifled.
Bloodhounds have been at work la
effort to take the trail from the
od-ehed where the axe was found
the murderer, but as the house of
orders li almost within the heart of
e city and as the murders were
obably committed several hours be.
'e the discovery of the bodies, the
!s will be of little use.
Mayor Tedoanli of Havannah has of.
red a reward of $1,000 for the cap.
re with evidence to convict of the
ier of Mrs. Orlhblo and Mrs. Oh-
ider liand assallaut of Mrs. Maegle
inter, who waos not identified for
urs after the discovery of the nsur.
Ir and who is the woman at the
Int of death in Savannah Hospital.
It Is now almiot certainlyy known
it a negro. the neIRro who wan at
st ruwetped, i. t the, pillty man. Per.
nts have beein found who state that
I niegro w4as eon entering the
hible houl, a Ith thie fatal sae tl
a hand, iand wn as own rinsing the
liters to the windows of the hose,
d to leave, the prelnmie, all at the
ir wh, t It is ItlIevedl the murders
r, (Olllllmtted.
Thin negro's decrrliptioin haIi beoen
mited oto hand hills and scattered
itretat ni rr the, i'lly and rcullty

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Qr' O rival Will Se Located on Pinkoson
Let, on Wot Liberty Otreet.
.n, The Attractlon&.

A week of festivity will be isaugu-
Srated on Monda. Doe. &1tK'whma 0he
WrtghbtTurner bows will Ipread
thet ares of eCarva on the P,.ro-
s eoa So.t.
lb. WriWhI'm'wer sows are
Pawy t the roft sad carry tbr co
pdmlal trala, w*Ne will arrive tIn

oiev. e o. a ":i)M
*VM atoleom tamt al reonn

**9vehi*e din t ls oevr tloho was
aes dlv iatthe tOa 0h1* oi*o

i, "tH. M. tO, O. P L
017s1TMeWr. s& M.nirie, a1Nletu4e,0
wsih et, .ere As. te see. .a.

dTo on enalr, anmse enoatsu ,
UI, wor ai r oad rw will d ht h

1.1..'" OIL Plan ttio afow Miea*
g.< co HMftpflie QU. .P. P. A.
i"To Conded to: iNlie be* t lseo
fte dual W toM ls ftwsportme over
these liesfor One ticket, "With.
t aditg the tfat that she be Tth
beads. Yours trly.
"1H. M. MRON 0. P. A."
Doe Turners Cngrethee of Noveties,
with Perseverance. the armless, "a
Olegless wonder; Wild Rose, with her
de of snakes, and seven others, wil
be sen under one tent. The Jump-
lat Hore Gallery will delight the
Mag and old.
olller's Old Plantation Sbow, which
is conceded to be the best show ofr
its kbnd ever shown, will offer special
feature during this week.
Chiquita, the Midget Horse: The
Ile Cires, and dancing girl shows
ill all be there. It is atlepatedh
the people of Gainesville and sur-
rnading country will have a week of
the very best amusement, and step
high to the tunes of the Royal Zouavp
A confetti battle Is now, being ar-
ranged among the society boys and
girls that promises a lot of sport.
The grounds have been msnowed and
cleaned, and will be brilliantly illumi-
Wth fine weather the lot will no
doubt be vacke, to its limit.



4 R. Jones of Roohelle was a beal-
m* visitor to this eity yetertay.
J. 0. Deville of Arredondo was
among those wbo came to Olaneevile
traditn yesterday.
Attorney Thos. W. Plelding left
yesterday for Lake Butler, where he4
will spend Sunday.
Mrs. J. P. Henry and daughter, Mrs
Robert Bakter, of Hawthorn, were In
the city yesterday.
J. A. Maultaby, the brick manufac-
turer of Camprivllle, was In the eity
on business yesterday.
H. C. Hlllyfrd and J, O. Ilacok of

Jackonville were businewa

to Ualuesville yesterday.
IL C. Small of Hague was among
those who spent yeettrday in the
county capital on business.
Sam Leonard of Ocala is in the
city. and will upend Sunday here with
his mother. Mrs. A. IH. Leonard.
Dr. J, I. Kelley returned lat night
from Alachua and High SprIngs.
where he ha been on ofcial bual-

^ J. A. Rosborough of Windsor. one
of the most prominent citizens of that
session of the county, was Ia the city

3L C. F. Sanches returned yew-
t gNAy res& Starke, where he went
on some matters to be argued before

MlIa. W. PaM returned to her
bem Ina awthomra. rwterday. after
a. i tllut visk to ihr daughter. Mrs
Oea. & Walta. tI ts eity.
IL A. Ivw e Ie ntloe was a bt -

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fo*$*go * ,~!

Poo vistou in the ety yessirda. Mr.
Ivey Is a leading cdtsen of his pro-
iressive town on the Suwandee.
P. H. Baker of Caopvllle has arriv-
ed in the city, and will spend Sunday
here with his family. Mr. Baker li'
engaged In the naval stores soness
at that polnt.
Hon. L S. Gaulden of DeLand, the
recently appointed supervisor of oew
sus for the Second Congresaional Die
trict, was in the city yesterday on
oa1lal business.
lrsa. Henry LeRoy of Alsebua, who
Mha been here for the past few days
on a visit to her parents, Col. and
Mrs. John B. Dell, returned to her
home yesterday.
T. M. King, the clever and obliging
local agent of the Southern Bxpress
Company, left yesterday for Windsor.
where he will spend Sunday with his
wife and bables.
Mrs. T. J. Cone of Raleigh was shop-
ping in the city yesterday. Mrs. Cone
formerly, resided here, and her
Galnesville friends are always delight-
ed to greet her.
G. L. Thompson of Alachua, who
has been for the past few months
connected with the firm of Bishop.
Harrison Company, is In the city to
spead Sunday with his family.
Challenge pocket knives, rasors,
scissors, are all that we claim for
them. When you give your friend a
*ocket knife be sure that Challeane
is on the blade. alnesevle Hard-
ware. Company.
T. B. Lwis and aoo, William, of
Melrose, were ain the city yesterday.
Mr. Lewis was a son-li-law of Mrs.
Ma*lnda Johnson. who died In this
city Thureday, and he has the sympas
thy of trieods
A. F. Torley of Melrose. a brother
of Jailor Torley, was In the' city
trading yesterday,. Mr. Torley la one
of the most progressive and ener.
getc farmers of that section of the
county, and his smokehouse and barn
are always filled.

vitors I C. RMeltonn nicanow avo ,

his handsome White gasoline car
through University Place on Friday
and stopped long enough to locate a
reeldence site In thle f ne sub-division.
It is Mr. Melton's inteutlon to build
as early as poliblo.
John Hearrol of New Hope. Brad.
ford county, wau In the city yester-
day. Mr. Harrod. while a realdent
of Bradford, has a number of friends
throughout Alaebua county. lnchtding
Galinsvtlle, and come here quite of
ten to do his trading.
N. A. Calliton. proprietor aad man
eager of the bti 8pris Park Stock
Farm. was In the eity on buse W s

i eyes a trade ar
ua' rp.i o Ameri a.
: mtedt danger ow abeas
Sft8j t Ign pneumoniaL 1his
ai t ated by using Coambqi
IaI0 ed f mtnsa, but counterasts aa
Sthe disease towards pno-
SafiA. bold by all drggsts.
DM. 1q and Tominsono, preminent
IlU4 of lAke Bautler. were in the
ety ewuuday. -so toa dentist, the
Othr a phrtycian, but they fmke a
clever r. They eae after the
Padres auto, which sad be- met
be*a, bytw dayspa aot repa,

wl ha be s here for te pA t
| ag o" Ta of mt.esft ,
i nMrs. TB.1 ,UW, l ,for a
| l s' 6 JueNiple y Mr.
r^ B d^ '*?* <**'* _^ -A- o-b.^ .*Maw- I I

C 'tUeh the atteltlom o M.

-h ~sand reliablMe OfIm a

isu l ep to rm Q sn, idest
e thoe'. o Seaot of thets st*

!owYsmwl et. Mra Wombs .1
$2an U oa TrCeoa asvI

l Baird Hardto ware Compa ye as
a Ohaftegotwadivertisenat (a th
is toe the largest to e theater Ist
offer* some extra valves fetr Chr

ma whlkh are bounq to please, a4
In the igsortment prospective -pur
chasers y 1 nd almost aaythin thney
Jim Stevens of Fairbanks was Ina
the city trading yesterday. Mr. te.v-
ens is one of .the progressive youne
farmers of. that section and always
ralee plenty for hi s amokehouse and
barn. He states that he will begin
killita hogs next week, It the we4ebw
keeps cool, and will bring a quantity
to cold storage here.
Among the vlaltora to Gainesville
yesterday was T. M. Venable of Ar-
redondo, one of the oldest and moet
widely-known elUtiens of that section.
"Uncle Toes," as he is fetalary
known, states that it was "mighty
cold" In the vicinity of Arredondo
Friday, but nothial was hurt-because
there was nothing to let hurt.
As will be seeo elsewhere, the. la-
dies of the Advent Christian church
will give a dinner and supper at the
Masonic Temple next Tuesday, the
14th, when a bill of fare worthy of
patronagd will be served. ThilaIs
given for the benefit of the chureh,
and all who attend will be assured
of a hearty welcome-and a hearty
Joseph Daughtrey of Burnett's Lake
was is the city yesterday. Mr. Daugh-
troy has bee acting as agent for the
Atlantic Coast Line at Bersetts Lake
for the past year. but resetly re-

stgned. and will go to Georsa. where
he wllU aceSt another positica. He
s a Galnesvite boy, sad friends
will wish him success wherever he
may go.
Mrs. P. Y. Salth returned yester.
day from Damello., where hbe has
been on a visit to her sister-t-law.
Mrs. B. M. Heear. Upon her re-
turn she was accompanied by Mrs.
HeckaNd and children, who will re-
main here Indefnitely. Mrs. Heeckard
was reared In this city, and has may'
friends here who will be glad to wel-
come her hooe.
special Aeart Fred Holiington of
the United States general land office
has returned Ifro Daytona and other
points on the 1184 Coast. where he
has been on oMeial business. Mr.
Holsington i mea of those olly fel-
lows who alwtya mixes business with
pleasure, and atteas to both. and de-
elares he had a good time on the fast
Coast. notwi teaalIa that he "kept
busy" all the t4im
PAZO OINTuUM T i Uarauteed to
cure any case ef Ite. iLin Bloed.-
tas or ProtrlM Pve to 6 to 14 days
or mosey reawod. o

-swo mono I m 0 I

oscops ruellins ai: C &-sot Df'Woing
Destae" DtmdVrtt ftinkc's "r ieGlow

Does n otCclor the
LI&W- _Ake&_j.
-ik from &am

ig Ligh

"0 bmWauing brilliant wi
Slg h for sewing o
e O Ma f o brass, nickel plate
4 podwith the latest ii
,"&a burner.

k -:; l is' a low-pricedr AmI
-->mt g l a better lamp a

If Not At Yout,, Write

ebt idPANTS Tob

04W0iAer~a miad&aTboOrder

/ .wi i start
Tuesday, December 14th, 190
: ". Msc o s: .
Cmt aid PC:. Vest $1.25 Extra
Va am$35 0 00 .
Coat pl Pants$ R.O0. Vst $3.50 Extra


4374W. Bay IL

To Care for Our Customers in the

Most Competent and Considerat

anner Is Or Constant Stud!



Thr**41ortwuds o Mill..Dliars



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recently y
liquor in a
by A
Lbs appel w M
owe toJ .

bllty In tke md.
whol undte o
wu in une a Cd
s ince the a stol.l tlt
sheriff and th t ot
were publHhed a di or"
SRamsey is feeMal tre
tlmt be iha thef
hig bands a A: '
of the ralbe
mte 01:
had tbq
im lo9ae.
matter staadef y
satisfied. Mr. l at-
Soigation, the .11 thM
been carriedl' ti
in JacksonIO < s back.
A Hearty Appetit
mot most babies aWOO but 1I Of
t to them if they hav wonMA.
uyour baby I1 1W 6
,em. Sure symPtAOaq-,W-
Srings under the b.- M, mot
Sin weight and yeliov cOMptex-
k few doses of White's Cream
Swill expel a& .*OhilI. It
duve cure, nd reliable. Price
bt per bottle. Sold b W. M.

Ladies of Advent Christian Church
Will Give Fine service.
Dinner and supper will be served
at the Masonic Temple Tuesday, Dec.
14t, by the ladies of the Advent
Christian church. These ladies desire
orur liberal patronage and assure
you a treat In the line of good things
to eat, as you will see by the bill of
Oysters Oysterettes
Spanish Chowder Crackers
Turkey Cranberries
Creamed Irish Potatoes
Dutch Cheese
Celery, *hidken, with drawn Butter
Sliced Ham Sweet Potatoes
,Salad, Cabbage, and Potato
Pie, Lemon and Cherry
Banana, Chocolate, Devil, Coffee Cake
Coffee Tea Cocoa
Ice Cream
Friends, remember the time, Tues-
-day, the place, Masonic Temple, and
10, and get your dinner and supper.
tmeourage these ladies in their ef-
Por That Dull Feeling After Eating.
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
tad Liver Tablets for some time, and
can testify that they have done me
more good than any tablets I have
ever used. My trouble was a heavy
dull feeling after eating.-David Free-
man, Kempt, Nova Scotia. These tab-
lets strengthen the stomach and im-
prove the digestion. They also regu-
late the liver and bowels. They are
far superior to pills but cost no more.
Get a free simple at any drug store
and see what a splendid medicine it
Is. _____oelr
The Sun office for calllnr cards

You Will Make No Mistake if You
Follow This Advice.
Never neglect your kidneys.
It you have pain In the back, uri-
nary disorders, distiness and nerv-
ousness, it's time to act and no time
to experiment Thene are all symp.
toms of kidney trouble, and you should
seek a remedy which is known to
cure the kidneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy
to use. No need to experiment. It
has cured many stubborn cases in
this vicinity.
Can Gainesville residents demand
further proof than that contained In
the following testimonial?
Oscar Osterman, of Starke. Fla.,
says: "I give Dorm's Kidney Pills
my highest recommendation as they
proved of more benefit to me than any
other remedy I had previously used.
I suffered from kidney trouble for
some time. The kidney secretions
were too frequent in passage and I
was forced to arise from six tp eight
times during the night I also had
backache and was bothered by a pain
through my loins. I finally procured
Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon
helped me. By the time I had taken
the contents of two boxes, the back-
aches and pains entirely disappear-
ed and the passages of the kidney
secretions soon became regular. I
now feel fifty per cent better than
before In a long time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-M;lburn Co., Ituffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's--and
take no other.



capt Paul Rtutp.
Captain A. Paul. division field agest
of the United &tatee geneus laad
office, who makes his headquarters
In this city, has returned from Pensa-
cola, Mobile and other points, where
he has been on official busaines fo
the past few days. Captain Paul In-
tended returning via Sopchoppy, where
he had Important business, but lack
of time prevented him doing so.
Don't So Hopeless
About yourself when you're crip-
pled with rheumatism or atff Joints-
of course you've tried lots of things
and they failed. Try Ballardl Snow
Liniment-it will drive away all
aches, pains and tlffnees and leave
you as well as you ever were. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.
Christmas Suggeetiona.
The Christmas suggestlons of the
Wilson Company which appear In
their advertisement elsewhere into this
Issue will prove of Interest to boll-
day shoppers. They advise early
shopping. while the stock Is complete
and selections easy.
Her Heart Was Broken
Because her complexion was bad
and she could And nothlg to clear
it up. Ladles-a bad complesxon Is
caused by an Inactive liver. An Inact-
lve liver will be put In perfect ondi-
tlion by taking Ballard's Herble. Th
unequalled aver regulator. Sold by
V. M. Johnson.
The watada M. o more real Sate
ousiese than all other broker ega
binea -la act they star'" most Ol
La businae that the broke aW4
e--ta naf.




You can make no mistake It Va k
sone article of booame-umibhiw t
this store for your Holiday Gif. T. M '
are hundreds of articles hr that will
prove most acceptable as well as appro
private ifts, and will be lasting as wWI.
as useful o those renelving them.
Ibp MI Art %mm p ts ..1o
Lshw bum ;,.., u ad up
FanituftrMTiM.. I1 t.H 6

F6Mqte..ru.. .1.es s s o I
FMvle7 s o.....,sU1w
i.v......... iW. h.p

f1II WIWdMob Sw tr8t .
,, mM Ill --
oa rttuole that toisimlTy "l te
way" t yosr hoase malg it adve
sed. be sold to someNIe who i
%m8l1 IOkih rI M-

U'r- 1


Announce a Grand Display of

Elegant and Useful. ,



purchased with the idea that beautiful goods economy

year. We have them in endless variety.
than any five stores in Central Florida.

We have
We are the


ically purchased and sold is what the trade demands this
more holiday goods on display and in duplicate stock
actual Santa Claus and chief distributor for his goods

i Furs Marked to Me-alf.
Save time and worry and come direct to the Hyde
mpany store for all your purchases. We specially men-.
.n a grand collection of fine furs marked to about half
ice on account the warm weather.

-y.to0Wer r Frady Tailored
Beautiful rely-to-wear goods-the greatest stock, the
nicest colltectifi. the best tailored garments, all sold so


ess than our competitors can because we buy them
rd less and t are better tailored than any gar-
sold in the 'ath. There is no feature of the ready-
r department dt gives us such prominunence as ex-
:e and kpowlede, and how and what to purchase
ve them e 4 wanted.

a Sa RiN T rts.
cial fie skirts, elegantly tailored and
lie -j- I Beautiful long coa at
that we ;!s we are determined to _

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them during next three weeks. $12.50 and $15 long
coats $10.98; $20 and $25 long coats $16.50.
Ladies' sweaters and jersey vests, beautiful new patterns
and models all to be sold at holiday prices.

HaNurchmif i Urn hp.rtmuts.
Grand handkerchief and linen sale for the holidays in
endless variety d all specially priced to enable all to
participate. Thousands of beautiful handkerchiefs o on
sale this week at about one-half regular price. Tablinens,
napkins and matched sets will go on counters half priced.

Sils id km S ai, ai LM bitata
egant silks and dress goods go on sale this weekat
marvous low prices. Our great olect will convince
you we have the stock, styles and prices below all. cow-
etat. Headour lit for the t two weeks withthe
ryde a name and follow it emch by and your


DINNER AND SUPPER. i Amm" .. '_ .



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aq pt coe at Usan"UWoo
~ Pt, s .-d~ awn ama~e.
IL .*AT3tl adpb~h
3IL RUAN1W2. ..B~sskmb
U.1. K PngU r. AUt.L
oSOe in IiayumnsI

bE Yu s o L '- Mvof e4 by

S3e'x months; $1.0 h. sh;o
09MRIA (Ofp 4ek.it i s

RspdlatpsUcs in IqIsl
i~Ume for'hW lsputiqn.
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-- ~gj~d~4ay .g '5

'pebedn every )e*-
| a 4 way
m zoo, to., 0 .0

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By the end of the brief minute tak
to read theM n paragraphs th na
tlm of those civillsed world will hav
struck three million matches This
l' the average for every mlnuth of
the twenty-four of the day. Seven
billion Is the enormous number for
the en ire year, and those living uUde
S the Aerletan lag are said to be I
s. possible for the consumption of one-
half of this amount.
\' The laportance of the Industrya
which turns out the little splinters
of wood tipped with sulphur or some
' other material Ignited by friction is
only recogalsed when the average
smoker tries too contemplate his pre*
S dioment it he had to go back to the
41me when he had to coax a spark
from a Under box. Of course. the
answer is, he would smoke a great
S deal leos because of the difficulty In
getting a light, or else, on the other
band, smoke continuously ton order to
keep alive the fire at the end of his
stole or Havana, pipe or cigarette,
as the case might be.
mall and Inliglnficant as it Is, the
match demands perhaps as much at-
tention in the choice of the wood go-
nug Into its manufacture as any other
forest product. Only the choicest
portions of the best trees are suitable.
Sapwood, knotty or cross-grained tim.
ber, will not do. Instead of being a
by-product of other articles of mana.
facture the little match is turned out
at hundreds of mills over the country
where the by-produfts are bulky ob.
Jts like doors, sash, shingle, aid-
itag poets, and cord-wood. The pines,
Unden, aspen, white cedar, poplar,
birch, and willow are the most suit-
able match timbers.
The match makers-not the matrl-
mosial kind-are already ending that
the amount of choice timber available
Is dwindling. Forest conservation, if
applied to the holdings of the math
companies, like It is on Uncle Bam'sr
National Forests In the West, will do
much to make the supply sufficient
for a longer number'of years than
would be the case If the old-time
wasteful lumbering methods of a few
years ago should continue. The
rapid Increase In stumpage la one of
the chief factors In encouraging the
wise use of the forests where malt-
able match timber la available.
U Editor Russell of The Brooks.
S vi le southern Argus thus s1ing
the praise of his State and county:
"Florida is the finest itate in the o au
I oa. ,Just to think the 9th day of
S December and you can have your ta.
S ble loaded down with all kinds of
vegetableo such as cabbage, Irish potsa-.
toe. awet pepper, cocumbers. e*
plntts, turnlps. lettuce. and *aow la a
alort while will be eat lan Sgllah
peas freob from the garden and asao

trawberries will sooU be in aeadb .
Same. Plorida to the bet State and
aHormau the beet K atsy to nv tO."

A big geae aea atedily grow.
tag tIn O araa a sMeral moath
back, aadt 1 s mow eupeced to show
Ituatf in ethar art of the country.
laMOWNU e d. I mtobe foa,
la fth aija IN p~lt M s-a tJ
m~a ^ ^^y C -^*^ ^^^^ ^

sa a w. t w e or. e c. b -uMo. d thml t
thoone ot e44erholart or kaoo dd with oe|

asad a* a hae o -amily others, e
erw:irt e ., uiA LHlb assat, t0e Itb, tAera wea
deetamp tat Amerseas wome (aa grfswtf lirs a lods or Woodmen
~assoa) abua their bhUsbandas' tad t tae World. Twelve member wet
Uth A eager deserve Ohe god@ ld nto tg. ortanaottoo.d
stul te of elaeanet: (ha the 04 TsIKdayt7, th W Mrs. E. Da ia
are Ae s lk" W iing at home wn the road tfrom her boue
ia Ideoi~oe ad lzuasy wite' thlt T reston aad there CatOe up aI torm
ousa wre Hnsta mn the #a rk wad a e tree fU o0 tbrs t
an dto asar^t pioe pay or th Ua wawL her beucy, demakhsAlnl U
esp the fo 4 welsl Hthout h arda her .tw.. th

acujc, ^baea ft, aads di 0'tBadaenw dg-tn poatmta and


*w~itf -,^^ i B^^iB i, re rjow mu 2 i s Ctjhit
r is ad weak
Weakened glands and org
aBh 3Bg"ya bottle to-day."
Av.M SoubtitutA.s


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besttobe had. i'i i'""
siumIs are low. w':
OtctIOD afor'i
dmor0 than ample
wit, or telephone.
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When Yer Jelata Are tW
and your muscles sore from cold or
rboeumatlm,. wha yee alp and
sanls a jotnt. tri raur aide or
brisoe yowear Painkillr will take
eat the erem a m td s yeo resbt.
Always ave It with yo, sad use It
freely. Avoid subettetes there ts
bet sae watakuw. Perry Davis'. Pries

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To alI a Muds.b. (hm Oat

Mn, Me sad We.


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S u atwf- ........ ..<
thaJ weq the i re w f I 6 Reward, 1
e lr read te hisblp- e of M,gor W I* be (ft t i ii
Sre t i a lhant th"te at least

0*0 andd work, aed i ; a ita e a; I ta
h> cwr. jei.i i. atrra. Hai at arh Oe JACVSP0VILLE, FLORIDA
iisoMawrh. aols 0tam am kw
to le sl p olite soety, S~ ., .1y posi t e eU e naow kews
employ te heads to'4 t"eI l -aternlty. Caterrh
th seeps to iske It obai-a s auttatlol disease*
An. dpOn a treatment Ha Under the asplcIs of
e w. daa* cata r s Is to taken InteraAlly, at O
iasI beO 0 M oreUy upon the blood ad m.
aSd rf it o di a N ac or as | rL J a.
d very. kind of lya the foundation of d rida L ck and Agricultu
decla tet s eo .. eaeloagivtr the palet trnth y
oy. y t g P up th oestltatietad a .
Aan4 Is this ;Mrs. HIlls teache u a gamat n atore In doin it work. I A SOCI lO
truth, saye The Ashevlse (N. '.) (w The propretors have so mush faith
sette fws. Go into certasl larke Its native powers that they e One Hundred and Ten or More PDvas f High-Class Raci
oftles today and you willU 4 chivalry One Hundred Dollars for any e m a
-drence to women-dead and be that It fals to cure. end for a o Commencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Si,
too late for the funeral. Men do sno toetlaioalals more raceseach day. .The beht horses in the United Su
sta sit; rowdd ars that women Addres . a co. will race daily. The most noud jockeys of oth C'ontine
In the aepoto and at the steamer land- Sold by all dru s Ic. will 4 idl.
Ing, but, with all respect to the Brook. Take Hall's Fqally Plls for oostl M-E
lyn lady, tbis state of affairs is not nation.
due to the 'syblrItqs In silk," but
00=6tOu PUOUSOO Siv Away in Stakes and Pun
to the wotklng girls,in trim business ,.A--- rLT va n Stakes and Pu
suits, who are earning their ngl rafted ask that you attend and judge for yourself a to
and taking the consequences "like a ,rliuu Pecan *Tr
man/' It Is competition In the busti. morality of racing, and also to see that the best people
ness world and on the field of ath- Aad -es-m Iepadeds the country patronize the sport and that racing brings th
letlcs that wherever4t exists is killing
the speit of chivalry. A girl who is -Saf. Sure Investment- sands of people and mUlions of dollars to the State.
sharp enough to drive a bargain, oool0 yk 1 Tl4 ll Vilet.a., is ---
headed nouh to travel from Maine Queality. Fer Imaer ile *a
to Ban Pranetsco, Independent enough n.. *a BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
to so to the theater unattended and A
strong enough to be an opponent to MILQO A. BENNETT T. V. Cashen, Pres.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., (Ien. M
reckon with atbasket ball, golf or ton-. 4aille, Florida. F., Pons, Pec.-Tress.; Joseph H. Patterson, F. I1. L.
ais, Isn't exactly an object of rever- _, ,_ __,
e"tial deference. _
The times are changing, and we 1
fault,,of.an or o,.. COOK AUTOMOBILE COMPANY'
beautiful things of life; whether it is
the fault of mankind or womankind Iuropean Plan.
is a problem for skilled socioligists. (Pmerly the Ame) .... B. MYERS, Manager--
Women are the competitors of men -
in every field of employment; ais It ackeenville - - Florida.
because of the inelicieney of men to CAFE IN CONNECTION. I -AGENCY -
provide for the faintly or because of AY-- q o
the extravagant demands of the wo- lames Demos Prop. ooee. Morford, Mgr. Don't be misled, for none are
men and children In the modern home, *00 Rooms, Refitted and Refumlahed. Uso good as this.
or to It both? And lan't the fact that Rates, 60s, 7To and $1.00 per Day.
Mrs. HillIs deplores, that there are Take Care at Union Depot to Julia
now so few real home..so much apart- M'a Uus* 3Sh elle, 0-
ment living, with "caterers, baker.
telephones, gas stoves, etc.," more the V ,
result than the cause of the invasion I 0 RN a N M
of women Into the wage earners' teo- dAR
Moary? at there are own widow* TO KNEAD B D
than widowers-4f It is true-would CASH CAPITAL $3, OM0OO)O0
seem to Indicate that women qan T Tf
stand (bthe strain better than me. It And you wouldn't, either. If you would 1 LagSt Fic C o*
Ia certain that there are more oldonly ask your grocr for bread e dCharte by the State of M hutts
maids and bachelors under the new by the Keytone Bakery. eeo that
restme. And this io not due to the yrour smer 40DnBt try to sel yOeN UTMn &. )ORDA J.c. ADKINS
decay of romance and chivalry but is aomathbing Jeat a goed."
because a au beltates to ask a dve our waMon stop at yeoa hor JOr & Cy
girl to share with hhn an Income not daily and be a4s6d1 imrr AmIrT
much later ththan the one she is earn- KEYSTON BAKERY, PORTI BLOCK GAmsvFLA. rLA-
Ing and spendlne; and because a girlrp goe i$g nj . oet e, Pr
hesitates to give up the liberty of II
earning and spending for the sake of
a husband-- home she ca" have any*
ow te e days. and bIACK OF EVERY HOME &
independent bachelor maid. Whither B C ER H
are we tendifts? What will be the __
result? Not Mrs. Hihtla nor the auirr-Ia. r vri
et. nor th "e arte." nor t ESTATE Should be its policy of fire insurance, which
trgger, butt time alone ean tell. antee a much-needed protection to the fii:.
-.-- parV.L ..t we wiiFLA.
The nas' Christmas edItion wil tee that ourA
be ia ued next Thursday. and will go tee that OUr
Into practically every home in Alach. whichare, tl '
us conty. If you have not done o. Fo, I. W .dh m.t ,ir..,
eee about advertisla space ts or e nd moH
row, nane_ are Ill i.



Elm Called to Washilngon.
|^0g. TH INJURE CHILDREN , ^ :^ -
sI R HL DRENHon. Henry 8. Chubb, register of
Ai flthe United States land office and
R S AOrdinary Cathartics and Pills and chairman of the Florida Republican
Sarsh Physic Causes Distress- tate Central Committee, was called
oil club Causesto Washington yesterday, and left on
ilebd In c a 's'' ing Complaints. the afternoon train. It is presumed
-- -~ ~t ----- that Col. Chubb was called on bust-
Co You cannot be overcareful n ness pertaining to Federal appoint.
j.W ehfllC uf.oigm. You cannot be over-careful in the ments in Florida.
ras tendered e rsigna. selection of medicine for children. nents _n Flord___
a t. enerdOnly the very gentlest bowel med;-
__, cine should ever be glen, except iii If you are suffering from bilious-
Ste emergency cases. Ordinary pills. ca ness, constipation, Indigestion. chronic
bnatten p Ho el l- thartics and purgatives are apt to ui, headache, invest one cent in a postal
been pur chasd M more harm than good. They cau Co.,ard, send to Chamberlain Medicine
Sand is to b*lkV1.griping, nausea and other distressing Co., Des Moles, Iowa, with your name
this winter. after-effects that are frequently health and address plainly on the back. and
%.troe tat ar frequently an they will forward you a free sample
ppr I. destroying and a life-lasting annoy. of Chamberlan' toch and Liver
Bte Culpepper r MV lalt m anC. of Chamberlaln's Stomach and Liver
ist churchWe personally recommend n ndTablets. Bold by all druggists.
be r guarantee Rexall Orderlies as the. A New ngland woman who li
S.members t sa fest and most dependable remedy A New England woman who lives
for constipation and associate bowel in an inland town spent o0e night on
S disorders. We have such absolut board a steamboat. It was the first
time. To a friend she said:
pa pm .llli pat. faith In the virtues of this remedy "Yes, I'm T Ured to death. I don't
recently 'M 0 a- that we sell It on our guarantee of know Ye I cre to tvl by water
n, nak twt money back in every instance where know as I rea to travel by water
iltsation In Oaipr It falls to give entire satisfaction, and again. I read the card in my state-
a elected pres te we urge all in need of such medicine room about how to put the life-pre-
hto try it at our risk. server on. and I thought I understood
to try t tthoofriskit, but I guess I didn't Some way I
SH Blitch of Oeai, wov wis Rexall Orderlies contain an entirely tldn't seem to no dto k ep with the
bw days ao In an toollto1 new Ingredient which is odorless, thing on."-Humn Life.
t near that city, IS bad to be tasteless and colorless. As an active on-
s y, and. unls Iternal agent, it embraces the valuable qual-
t set in the patlist willU tes of the beat known intestinal regu- The peculiar properties of Chamber-
S- lator tonics. lain's Cough Remedy have been thor-
S___Rexall Orderlies are eaten 'like oughly tested during epidemics of In-
night the postot.e in Chlp- candy. They are particularly prompt fluenz, and when n it wa taken ln
robbed and t b 9. and agreeable in action, may be taken time we hove not ha d by allle
case of pneumonia. Sold by all drug.
Registered mail nd about at any time, day or night; do not gists
cash and $1,000 worth of cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, ex-
There is no clue as to who cessive looseness or other undesir- When writing to advertisers we will
l the robbery. able effects. They have a very natural appreciate it if you will kindly men-
action upon the glands and organs tion The Sun.
IAkeland Ice and Rerigerator with which they come in contact, act .
just closed a contract with as a positive and regulative tonic GOT HIS HAIR BACK.
during concern for the pur- upon the relaxed muscular coat of
d another twenty-ton Ice plant. the bowel and its dry mucous lining; WMa Perieet Bald Wh sm Re started
I give the company a daily remove irritation, overcome weakness, to Use- ewbrwa' He of forty-four tons ag puit ice. tone and strengthen the nerve's and Fredcrlck Manualt, Maryland block.
f fortuscles. and restore the bowels and Butte. Montana. bought bottle of Now-
bro's Herplcide. April 6, "'. an began to
associate organs to more vigorous and use it for entire baldness. The hair fol-
bridge spanning the Escam- healthy activity. Iteles in his scalp were not deni and in
and connecting the counties Rexall Orderlies completely relieve 20 days he had hair all over his head.
bia and Santa Rosa I now a I On July 2 he writes., "and today my hbir
Sand prospects a bright a constlpaton, except when of a surgi- Is as thick and luxuriant as any one
and prospects are briht cal character. They also tend to over- could wish." Newbro's Herpiclde works
immediate commenoelment O come the necessity of constantly tak- on an o.A principle and with a new d a-
iDS for constructing te In laxatives to keel, the bowels In revery- d. stry the cau-e and you re-
S i Ing laxatives to keep the bowels move the effect. Herplclde destroys the
normal condition. germ that causes dandruff, falling hair.
Therb is really no medielii for aed fln.1lly baildnes. so that with the
e r'e\e i--e the" .'ffet ci anot remain.
mIItin Star is agitating an ag- this purpose so good as Rexall Order- ta("? far llT )air at once and a Bnw
Il school and demonstration lies, especially for children, aged and growth ptnrt. ',, hl by i*dflr
drugglots. B-nt ,V.1 In ntaimps for saMl4
hr Santa Rosa county and Is delicate per.,ons. They are prepared to The iferpticid Co. etr-)it. Ash.
by two early subscriptions in tablet form, in two slzsn of pi. k- S. Bodiord & o.. Special Aestf .
aich and the offer of twenty ages: 12 tablets v) cents, and :W, s
land under good fence and tablets 25 cents. Remember you can 6EO W DAVERi T
buildings as the site of obtain Rexall Reinedle- in (;Gaineville *
ed farm. only at our store' The iRexall Store. PA 81 AA"
J. W. w. McCollunm & Co, corner l'st FIA 9a
C RED} AT IHOME BT Main and Union streets.
| ORPrTION METHOD. West End Is Prosperous.
aerw from bleeding, IteMafg, blind Surveyor J. W. Patton has returned
ti e% ad me Your from Wade and other'points in the' R timates FIrniihedl I romptlUy ad Al
o y" bow to egro youstoat
-* absoptiop tretim-ss at West End, where he his been for the W,,rk O(irat ted.
tt some of this boe ptmet past few days on professional busl- RernemnaM: Addr"s:
IqUete nS tnes. Mr. Patton states that he found JIsmFrnchPianooo1. UAIN SVILJ,
ftb Cars @M .SM &d:oLudh n & Bakes
11 eteofM" L ~.b the farmers in the section visited hap-
S I. L um.,-san 1', at py and prosperous, as all have made
abundant crops, and have enough
DOUG N DAtk ~to carry them over, with plenty to a S l
I NITTOH R1HDr- "___ "" a '
| lThe Correet Time
Tto stop a cough or cold Is Just as D T TTS T
soon as it starts-then there will be E NI
S1no danger of pneumonia or conasump-
Sion. Just a few doses of BIallard's
;Horehound Syrup taken at the start
', d will stop the cough. If It has been
i .^, -/1 runnainl on for sometime the treat- i u
.A. 1^ meant will be longer, but the cure i E. r
,". H-= sure. Sold by W. M. Johnson.
The Hyde Store.
*I ^^^The G. W. Hyde Company announce pr^g C Atf to Whit tac
'"a Vsale of holiday goods for the ou>ning
week that it would be wc-l fr in
teadIng purchasers to note. Thb.) PHONE 61.

1mVILLE FLORIOA elaim to have more goods than an)
L, FLORIDA. ve stores and buying in tb04 quatn it
S .. ......... .POiUM emblees them to give value* at reldu t. l -
L price. Read their large announciKI1-tit
S- tisiss Huavy Hau ing
Offers: Fer bem s, Tetter and Salt Rh*aum.
'4a Pride"nt. The intense e itching charateriite
Fi arst Viii0these ailments is almob Instantl)
I,,, 1 MPHOsE No.
.t' Ond ViB> f-l-" iyed by Chamberlain's H lve M any P No.
"cashier. 8 v ca ses havie be c "red I It
erw sb by an drugtst-.
.. b We Make a pecialty of All
31O Ors: Produ ti(' ) of anthradct" e ol in No
Sv .a te largest t repor.. t CMlases of Iray Work.
0-.B Na^ n"at aath The "law of eeprly PUnr See U Find.
Vk. Veo" d 4Omd" bwevetr. still holds up
W. R. Themm OPm the pric
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Does This Look Like Shcess?

Another week and the majority of lots will be sol. A number
of handsome homes will be started January 1 st in this high-class
residential section with all city improvements-

Cement Walks, Paved Streets, City Water
Buy these beautiful building lots on the easy-payment plan-

$10 Cash, $10 Per Month
One square foot of Gainesville Real Estate is worth more than
a thousand castles in the air.

University Place Lots
Are being bought by wise investors in Gainesvilleas well as other towns of Elori-
da. Do you realize that Gainesville is the fastest growing city in the State and
that an investment hero is an assured success? Look at this most desirable Sub-
Division and decide.

Now Is the Time-Oppritunity Does Not Linger!
Use your own judgment-don't listen to "knockers." Every good movement in
the world's history has had its opposition-but opposition is the ladder upon
which we climb to success.


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."ANG. e1------ aBUZNRsM CARDS
T&iG',H i TheBig Furniture Store .SA1 RAH DAV
9, preached Galeavl, Florida.
quarterly .. bI the Office 201 E. Main St.. North. Tele.
Notwit h rtat A ttn"* phone 125. Office hours 9 to 12, 2 to 6,k
r of rain 4 n day/ and by appointment. Graduate of
pour of many wer trom American School of Osteopathy under
'aldo, Melan tey pee founder of system. Kirksville, Mo.
eHeight Tof
Ay school won D&J J D.1A TBNCH.
eer year, also to ih DeNTISTo
gixon has i Galnevlle, Florida.
Sbsa been withS two year. )ff ce-Rooms 1 and 2. Grahabs
Hint him two h4 : om1. Building. Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.
Davis and R40 1 t 5 p. m.
ted Gaineavlle on -Q of G. M N
bearing that or teeoher,.
Brantly, was hut a ge1Mtaf DtNTITt
e train at Green Co0 O oc Ov DtPhone
o not heard any ft h abews. Oe Over Dutto Bak. Phone Il
and four weeks h puned ____invle. i
guperintendentt "io F i. DKsVM aM MilllM ,
oth absent from da eh00ooiI DM...D TuST. U M
Sunday and their piSo were
by Mrs. C. P. or saI Wl WW.
respectuvely;' .ty pres Which most people use o
Srntgomery ot.. eight hours out of twenty- ---,
o Wednes5dy t r tha four should be dainty, ar. D .' J. B. ALD UAMAN,
Ssckin4 and storing M s b1oua0 tistic, the epitome of the DI2 X ,T
SBarnme moved her ouse- designer's skill. Such fur-
Pods from Melrose to Orange niture is to be seen at The p" a* ove Dues -- I
on Wednesday. Gainesville Furniture Co's. m
wined ankle wil Uay ia. Make your bride, your wife, J c. ADKVINS
(ib Injured persm or to rb or your sister, your daughter, Attomey-at-Law.
k. This Is due to ck of happy in its ownershiand
treatment. W11 .6lft ber- hppy ownership and Porter Block
Uliment is applied a r e asy so make yourself glad. Of e
ed in three or thr days. This course our stock is not lim- ainevile ------ Florida.
is one of the best and most .
le preparations in ae. Sold ited to bed-room furniture W E. 1BAKER,
Foggi'ts. -we fit out parlor, dining- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
|itter ribbons t, at thi room, sitting-rooRm a well. SOLICITOR IN OHANCERY. ,
SThe best on the market. Only -
he cents. All, olo ad for aih vill Furniture Co AIN VIL Atsea co., LA
Sl standard maohtele. Ol ieeC Hamans Block.
t Is creating such a great de- Under and by virtue of an execution (On sell your meay property, ( I
fr pressing done our new way. issued out of the Circuit Court of the proved and unimproved), p~-9e1
little feature Is given tQe clos- Eighth Judicial Circuit, in and for Irusking and farming lands*. e idhW a
lotion and no piece of work Is Alachua county, Florida, in the cas ist o f what ro n_*erforale. __1
i to leave our hands til It of Florence Graves and H. S. Graves, rRANK CLARK. THOM. W. yFUAi
lly inspected to see that it her husband, vs. Wm'n. Shannon, I CLARK & FIELDING
*ap to the high standard we have levied upon and will sell at the
Mt "We're goin' some." residence of Mrs. Florence (Graves, in LAnWYRs 1
KOME KLEAN KLUS, North Gainesville. Alachua county, edal. Ih
Liberty t.hone 40.Florida, on Monday, the 3rd day ofy t. Phoe ce Over a ville Natios
r aJanuary. A. 1). 1911B. between the legalOl
hours of sale. the same being legal Bank. Gainsville Plnrida
sale day, the following described per-
sonal property towlt: One Kroeger UJ
ftl l~lllPiano Number 373.0. Said prolirty or o
levied upon to be sold as the property l
of Wm. Shannon to satisfy and pay
ISlt l At Gainesville, Florida, this 4th day NOWlt BooI, Sttin
of December, A. D. 1909. AaYlSe SLhN t Dlmam
Sht e. .,RAMSEY, iuoB l, lft lP 0iMmi
What we have prei red for Sherif Alachua County, Florida. Ud p ,f P
which to make yeor eeles. P *
Many persons find themselves af-
SgiftH for your relative ad fected with a persistent cough after N It UhIJ l ,
Saa attack of Influensa. As this coauh
can be promptly cured by the use of ISVILLI, E
has begun muss ergger Chadaberlaln's CouSh Remedy, it itL B A E Y
Sand O U hadettersoe not be allowed to run on until
Ia and you had etter it becomes troublesome. Bold by all

|The fellow who wants to get the E G B
l yr most for his money might take the GAINESVILLE'S NEW BAKERY.
hhgl *slow train, says The San Franelsco _
Olleks' CAPUDINE Cures SicI Head-
wach HViton dmllvers twlre daily. Leve
cio cud wish fer.-..Wafohme, Nervous Headache, Travelers o an der at owiman iore. Ouw
| e Headacheo and saches from Grip, 8tnm o sale at al str bandlig
L irgnetto Chakei k Troubles or Female troutls, r, A tal o t,,rr. leds.
ser+ A trial order app l ar,' d.

S. C. pn5, Cwuff t Iy Capodln --it's liquid effect im ..... ... .....
mmaeiny. SolM by'ruggiM.
The rapidity with which one can T. F. TOA
S4 L'brellas with o proewe a divorce depends entilr'-l
bj "andifalet and mn,y pl how much money you have. UNDERTAKING CO.
Su will ike Io g~
nher t: A T IM Nw ORoIA...
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"mas s*City.... 14 M ...s. .
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Total i eh VBa $1,21
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Havta arrnused ths bustamse with
moi t thb hest Pleao Maauftataren
In this country to supply as with the
following Plano. 8tyle 17, guaranteed
ton Yom:
Case is double veneered Inside and
out, Inside with beautiful white ma.
pie, well finlshed: outside with beaut-
tl mahogany. seml-eolonlal ton style.
with pllasters and trusses to match
ts appearance. Full empire top with
Irop molding.
Cheeks and toe blocks built up of
many thicknesese to Insure absolute
stability In wear. Cane I equipped
with compounded key bottom to In.
ure tabImlity and uniformity of touch.
Back sla made of quarter sawAd rock
maple, consisting of six posts.
The sounding board Is of taltfornia
spruce, cross ribs of the same man
erlal, ruanln* at right angle of
ounding board from corner to corner
of the entire width of the soundiung
board area.
Treble and bass bridges laminated
and built up of many thicknesses of
the chotcest quarter sawed miipl.e,
pin block laminated and built up ot
ive different layers of wood, Ineurlina
absolute stability of Instrument to
stand In tone. Imported Oerman tumn-
gI pins and strings, double repeanting
wood flange action, splendidly r gu-
lated, and 13 iound hammers of the
bholcest material; white mass stringx:
vory keys of a splendid quality of
vory; noiseless trap work and three
The role plate of this piano la ex*


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tra heavy reitaforced ad ato the best
bel meal, plate ia I Usshed to dark
olive reen. Guarsatee Is amt In lop
of plate. This plano equipped with
double wheel eastra.
We will give one vote for eahb pen
ny spent with us In our different do.
apartments. Watch out for our ad.
In every issue of The sli. Out It
out and bring or send it In to us and
we will allow 5 votes on each or the
amount stated thereon. Oar aret s.
will allow anyone entering the raooe
100 votes. The only ballet bex will
be found In our eetabllshinOt0 where
ou are te vete. Branch office of
Manufacturer itn Cincinati. Ohio,
from whom the Piano for this contest
was purchased, have agreed to re
deenm through us the ten (1^11 Coer
tificatee as follows: Otose erUtleato
each fur 100, which will be redeem-
able In cash as a payment on aby
piano they mianutfturte.
1. The contest Is open to anyone
living in Al achia county who t I k. own
by the conductor of th contest or
vYached for by some rpu.able per.
son, to them well knok n.
3. No empolyee. attache or relay*
five of the proprietor of 1. C. Smith
re eligible to participate In this eon
test, and will participate In no maa.
3. In the event a candidate decides
to withdraw from the race, such can.
didate will not be allowed to transfer
votes to the credit of another candi-
date In the contest.



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hat Has Happened and What: I I4* piA* t.' $wl: .60j t< to sm. '
i a Happen-PersfI andwl i w.e. lR i. the -"
cal es fteCRY.t.re Stoe .
ooll tem f the City. s r ke a nice .
C--- .~ rb pr-' est. I have them in
Little Bister Sow and others atll styu. B. M. Tes.
S miller's. oH would be pl~eaed with one of
Nice lot Ine trousers. Set themq thoseswM Ia 14 thom I
SJ. an ss at BaUrkhl sot t" IftabD. your shopp ig early while st
John Holly of Awredoodo was'trans. We lead a he wh t otoa We e AIn
ating business t his city yesterday. to quaitylr i doutr lo tlOlS e8y i ty
Nicline 1nes ourta 4 te4 .2 i pre ta furniture' a tomr..
to $L"8 per Fir. 4bdwr AS Plow- Cblol re c ro Prtoo eP W Ios NSni
nra. dr 6 810itrbles tbls hat. racks,
AB noyleis t pRallo n fr the tItS ldqbO!*. The Big r rnit imp"
holiday ttd. 4 t te halit. L.3, dor God is
Burkhlp. W./T. Cbmut, the mwrcibat of Ar. Pin Cshtonw.
A faul lie' f0. OK. LtovMe lad 0d4 rr1t ved Ia the city D nlbht Fapey China.
Ranses, $?.0 to $4. The Bigural. anti W aend Sunday hr Il N wh h.lt
t re Store. twlr, ach ot ** Ee.vry
Si sri and H. dM. Mora of Camprillo, oe of Hatpin Holders
that So at a r ioulously low price. ft widelyoewn feidents Fany Hatpin. er
ardiilwere. & id, was" l ta city tr Swn ri Stet .
n fa yesterday. Tollet s .
oMl an J. e. Brooks for anarthins
.fi enundletr d goars. *a at c. fbra omas and WiO, n
o deo. f Windsor ww amos thboe who r tbdl el
f r Iirot. T. d ery, tfavword the county Cepltal with a M 's Handkerchlef ........ 0 to 0 Fy
SMrs. L T. 0ordon left yesterday at-visit restrdy. We n's Hndkohlo .,..k to 0 '
telamo for Aradia. and Nocatee to Handk hlf to
'alt relative for a week or o. Oe of Camprmlle' leadia real- Children' Box Handke"chlief
o dents, J. A. Maultsby, was in the city 8 In Box I SeE
Card o strses jst I- yesterday. While here he bought sev. Initial Handkerchlefs tfr Men
orted kds and ses. Prie $2. eral lots in Oniersity Poe and Women ..........1 11, Zne
to $18. The bhi Furniture Store. me
William and MMiss Aie Tat",
Don't forget the new store next to wellCknoUwn yn pop of Archet, r MM "
hxpres office. New thin ee there, wee the ty peterday, havril Fine Dres Shirts. ot Ph a
such a th6es fne ra dolls, notions, come to do their holiday shopping. Nekwear. ,
Xma goods, etc. et an e, 1 0, $1.. Suspenders.
S Specify Blue Ribbon-If you are dis- Ruap, portiere o ins, *dnifn chaibs Sooke.
satisfied with the Savorlng extract and many other useful things, at cost p our teadytoWear /erek
you've been using, try Blue Ribbon while they last. Edwards & Flowers. Special Valuet for this Inweek. ourteic
Lemon o, Vanilla next time. Remember we have the largest stock -verythint New nd his w eek. Me-
of kitchen furnishings in the city. v e tal-
New stock Sweedist enamelware ust ____._-_---
received. Gainesville Hardware Com-
So e r CTies and handkerchiefs to match-
Place your orders for Christmas very swel presents for the holidays.
S --boxes of oranges to be shipped to Get the habit. L. J. Burkhlm.
your friends now ,with Saunders A Ernest McRae has returned from W A N
Marle. Shipped direct from the points in South Florida, where he has
-grove. been on business for the past few
IA les' suits, shirtwalsts and skirts, days.
all correctly tailored abd at a reason- Now is the time to get your Xmas
Sable price. Just get our prices be- presents for friends and loved ones. ( LOST.
fore you purchase and be convinced. Our stock is at your disposal. The
J. Manasse. Big Furniture Store. LOST-Pocketbook containing
John Price and son of Melrose were Good 114 cotton blankets. $1.98 the and papers between Bhaith
In the city yesterday. Mr. Price took pair; good 11-4 mixed blankets. $2.08 store and Alachua Abstract
A R advantage of the cold weather to kill the pair; good 72x90 cotton comforts, Return to Mrs. D. L. Geer, 50
hogs, and brought a quantity of meat $2.68. Edwards & Flowers. nary street,, Gainesville. Rev
to cold storage. Bath robes, towels and slippers all
Sit Is not too late to have your ple. In sets-nothing would be more ap- SALISMIN WANTED.
tures made for Xmas. An extra pic. propriate for a Christmas present MN n our
EAT CHA ture of yourself on a beautiful calen.-Get the habit. L. J. Burkhlm. CIGAR e AVISMN ixpn your.
dar with each dozen folders at Van. Nothing more appropriate than an represent us; experience uex
Sicklee'. successor to Smith. elegant upholstered leather Morris Write us for particulars. M
Lit lies' 0 ~w, 14-karat Elgin or Wal. It may seem hard to realize but it chair, rocker or Davenport for a Xmas Cigar Co. St. Louis.
tham movwutent ..... ...180 is a positive fact that you can get present. The Big Furniture Store. Ci Co. St --
4karat, 2St.yer case, with a flm a suit made to order for $13.50 at W. H. Stephens, the accommodatlSg FOn SAt.L.
JI. e 6l, ovti4lant ....i. $1.6lth0 Cheatham-Alderman Co's. Read their depot agent at Archer, was in Galne.s- .
12 ,ae, 14.karat tUoldi with Waltham
jowei movtn' t ......... So.00 ad. a-.:d send for free samples. \ille this week, and as it seems to be FOR SAlB-Typpwriter ribbo
Now if someone should snatch your customary with our visitors, InVested klnds. Sun ogle.
PrOetas on il lr t(irmlo Watchew and purse in University Place.
loAnd you your money lose, Saunders & Earle make a specialty OY8TM 40c quart t Hubbard
B And you should want to run them of shipping oranges in boxes as and 'Oyster Stand. 308. West
J. IL down Christmas gifts. Oranges shipped dl. street .. Phone No. 3M3.
5 W. Sy Jiackill Just wear Walk-Over Shoes. rect from the grove. Leave your or- PUR D POTATOES- i
B. M. TWNCH. agent. ders with them now. tb pase Spalding Rose
Ten-piece decorated china wash 10 peck sacks. $2.50. True Re
JlI stand set, $3.98. Nice white bowls Trlumph at $3.25. Bend
SOf LENl AEW AE Wand pitchers. i8e. Twogalion white orders. American Produce
slop Jar, Sc. Parlor lamps, $1.18 to pear, Jackaoaile, Pina.
I1.9~. Edwards & Flowers.
,,", '~ The celebrated Klrschbaum suits THERE 18 NO GAMB LAW
---better call In and take a look at anyone huntag Plank's Chill
AIS i C' et Se ht what we have to show you. They It's guaranteed to wm U
are goods that have both the guran. chIllb A fever. Price U 0e
MflD -tee of the maker and s. J. Maaaee. bottle. Ask W. M. JobaiM
SEver km h The Secrt of Our Suece-No oth- probably InOW.
,,Blr interests distract us from attead- *S M u
iIs^^ ^ U ^ ^UIMil. C Ing to the Hotel Business and keep U- Sul im thi mie o
mi us from cheerfully contlbuttng every
Ili yl ~ ofBtiu nte of our timt to the further n01, I
of the cemfort of our guests. The I 9 N. GNA M2 N |

Sromwn H~. P .
John rniture Seagle. who co- I gAmn I.
D, ducts the "Uttle Store with the IMg
Stock. hM completely .sold out
those $10 guaranteed Santthry Pett
(d IMatreses which bhe hast ben sella
for U6.9K. He expects another ear
Monday. however, sad .111 contiane

, ^ The eiliMres *boes that I sell afd
E guarantes4 seM leether. They are TIa
made "*to of thie roft es t I
SrIreal for. I speed a week tvte a
Our ukneng Fmilitiu are at Your Disposal. Four Pw ent r is* t or fue..a ruW n my. 1 1 I
AUow n avinp DepatmeaLnt Would Appieal a 8Share "m- t S6" 'S aI .. V .
,<.of Your Bmium m. I. n. ..g .. a .. ..... a
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volub. Dols
Te Values Are Here
The Variety
So to $3.50.
China Dolls R
KlidBody Dolls, Joint
Dressed Cols

Cristmas Linens
Towels .......... 25c to
Naskine .......... 80c to

Y Is Here

ag Dolls


$1.00 Each
$6.00 Doz.

STble Linens ....... 25c to $2.50 Yd
Linen Sets............ 5.50 to $10.00
Fancy Linen Pieces All Kinds.

Clrislmas Umbrellas
Entire New Line,
All New, Neat Handles
50. to $3.00 Each.
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