Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 15, 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: VID01327
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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H and Report Upon Conditions

, ngers on Ocean Steamships.

m mon a .. U '
bftoromat a lUon O pltlo

of the any f,- ieaa
bon diterei UAlast

ges wa made eins utmsodo on
Ssteadmships Vb tey pod
utera paseing,- A" woman
wh wowas smblyI n.
on many afMP gu9els arstd

Toivs privatons; "A .'"During
twelve days Is ,h Ow, ., I
is disorder an ih t!, noundings
cbluded OvV o aply 0 e

sickeneral report d. Te vile In
ofntais th e et m s of lthe
o defend, inl ,t W the
of ehild ty pobeause
teite urroundl prac really
sound that e ars rri-
lbeyond oun There was
e prefer to eii"Duria,
btelve dayd la id teerage, 1

Serythna s dirt, Wy and
ofble to me the eooil.A of them-

ade was offend ve. Woe than
was their general a i mopracallty.
fifteen hours each day I wvtesed
W found me this Implepr, indecent

forced mingling of own and wo.
he woman gent bad Thd f the

ling of te crew wih the eye wdid
of tho stetrage andma id that the
*ldrythicns were tirtue of the and
Swas offmenerae asse thanrs
wasu the general at of amrality.

Sound of the aImmr r, indecentomm
Stord in oglinny of e0 d wsem-
Swoman stew st had berid of
crew a.- well as mae iteerage
,n rowde rew wito h the woi
Sof a..de for trage woO an d
Sacondtns weredug true of the as-

*,1 ormen teerae patseo that

ix; the steerage "bad a
i !t 'v I

was found standing on the frame-
work of a lower berth to get anything
from an upper berth. If a woman was
dressing, they always stopped to
watch her, and frequently hit and
handled her.
"One night the chief steerage stew-
ard entered our compartment, but not
noticing me, approached a Polish girl,
who was apparently the only occu-
pant. She spoke in Polish, saying 'my
head aches, please go on and let me
alone.' But he continued and soon
was insulting her. The girl, weaken-
ed by sea sickness, defended herself
as best she could, but soon was
struggling to' get out of the man's
arms. Just then other passengers
entered and releWed her. Such was
the man who was our highest pro.
tector and court of appeal.
Had Personal Experience.
The writer tells of repelling ad.
vances on the part of the crew and
stewards with a hard, unexpected
blow In the offender's face. She
"The manner in which the sailors.
stewards, firemen and others mingled
with the women passengers was
thoroughly revolting. Their language
and the topics of their conversation
were vile. Their comments about the
women, and made In their presence.
were coarse. What was far worse,
and of continual occurrence, was their
handling of the women and girls.
Some of the crew were always on
deck, and took all manner of ilbertles
with the women, In broad daylight as
well as after dark."
Concerning other conditions In the
old-type steerage, which still exists
on many of the steamships, the agents
of the commission are just as severe.
in the introduction to the report, It
is stated: "The universal human
needs of space, air, food, sleep ana
privacy. are recognized to the degree
now made compulsory by law. I'e
yond that the persons carried are
looked upon as so much freight. with
mere transportation as their only
The sleeping quarters are desrrlh.
ed as being In tnity casE. flthy. hIn

sictan at the Savannah ifo'; ital that
statements made during a m,',rnent of
coasclousnpfe by Mrs. lluntr )etr-
day charged the crimes to bhr hibu-l-inl.
and that she was being held by a ne-
gro man %ben the tlows we-re struck
that caused her death.
Rev. J. 8 Wilder. pastor of a lap-
tist church here, stated that Mrs.
Hunter after recogalling him deelar,4
a whit man had struck the bows.
yestedy and last aIgh HW po
oars coMtisned their qoseet@stm
9 Hunter. who ha ben a prianer
S tuwday. H& ie stoetly dealed

May Tedwm aas last albt asked
;lp M eotre ed|,toes of t2 I ,*.* -
no$ ineat edis.s of the news
paer h Ised caytag the detrelop
Ua-s e t -ease tadhe i **

Mam we e*-




Such Work as In Abeslutely Nocew
ary Was Ordered Done by Coun-
cil Upon Motion by Graves.

There was an adjourned meeting of
the City Council oB Monday evening
which was of much Importance to the
citizens alone West Main street, 8.,
and a large amber of the property
owners were present for the purpose
of seeing that some action was taken
nl their behalf.
Those present at this special see
elon were Presldeat Broome, Alder.
men Burnett. Oololough, Graves, Phi.
for and Pound; Alderman Goodwin
being absent from the city.
Upon motion of Alderman Pound
the street work that is now being
done on this thoroughfare was order-
ed discontinued, but upon motion of
Alderman Graves it was agreed to
reconsider the action, and such work
as was deemed absolutely necessary
was ordered done.
This street has been the result of
a great deal of contention during the
past few months, for it has long slance
passed from one of the prettiest
streets of the city to a place of gul-
leys, holes and the like, and has been
almost impassable.
Postmaster Lynch. Messrs Bddlns,
Pedrick, and a number of the other
property owners have not ceased In
their efforts to have tbe alise re,
paired, and it now seems s if their
efforts will be rewarded, unless anoth
er special meeting ia called and the
work again ordered discontinued.
As the street is now being construct.
ed, the railway people will be com.
tw'lled to lower their grade In conform.
Ity with the street. which was as It
formrinly stood, or until a few months
since, when they hauled In sand and
other material and rained the grade
all along the line.
Not only will the iropelrty owner
along the street appreciate this much-
iintded Improtement, but It is a mat.
ter that will meet with the hearty ap
predation of the general public of the
There was no further business
transacted by the counmtl at this me.i
:.ion, and they adjouri.' 1 until the nest
regular tnie-tln nll-- called togvth
er by the pr-siJdent



Sad Cha Between Rich nd Poor W Not

of a ChaSm After AL iL


,NBW YORK, Dec. m &-After speak- White House to the S ,wery," 6A
t1g last night in Carme hall at the Mr. Halitmod. "bet the wati of th(-
diamond Jubilee of the Methodist matotle a e very wk M be bu M
sloa in Africa, President Taft o. ht thea he to
tored through a driving randstorm to naourne yo. Now give hism a th
the Bowery mission, where be made roaaing Bowely eheer."
an address to a typical Bowery aud- The audloene reapeo4od with a w
ene. He afterward IMapostMd the "As I look to yow o." said the t
"bread line" room, where em might Preeldest in his addraes,. I see p
hundreds of he unemployed are to be earnest Ameisaa ttlses. o 1
given food. of yon am' down on your 1k b
The President, In Immaculate *es you are poIdtIn oin vey We ',
sag clothes, presented yesterday a the same stlasets of ga toy a ,
striking contrast to the men of the doomsey, love of esotr aid the saM
mission, who rose to their feet ad aspirations for better ideals tht- I
cheered him as he entered the lIon. hope every mal Ia nthis eatry bhask,
church-like room from the rear. Thie "I am glad to be hor if by bit i -
drive to the mission was one of tUM here and by sayt so I ean sesvimon
mildest automobUe tripe the Pr sldet you that the stalled ehasml betw-s
has ever bad. Rain was coming down you and those who seem for t thime
In torrents. being to be more fortunate l Iet S ~
entering the hall. the President met much of a ehasm after all, sad tho
a number of the Howery mission work. there Is between them sad you a to*'
era, among them Mrs. Bird, "the moth insg of sympathy on their part and aS
er of the Bowery." and Dr. Hallimod. earnest desire that you shall have
superintendent of the mission. The that equality of opportunity of optftU
President was Introduced by Louts on your feet. of piM l s doeaest live
Klopach. who established the is.l- lhood and supporting your mtlli '
slon. which we hope every man who live
I)r. Haillmond Brst spoke to the under the tars ad Stripes enjoys,

"I wonder If you understand what
an honor It is to have the President
of the UnIted States t6 omae down
here to see you?"
"We do," came a chorus of answers.
"You are gratiftlied?"
"We are,." came another hearty re-
")o you from the bottom of your
hearts thank the President for com-
Ing here?"
"We do. we do."
"It took a man with a big athletic
heart to come all the way from the


"I am glad to testify to my lateret
in the work of thea mission, whiO I ,
hope will always help you and otheMs
over the hard plaoe-the lio m whe
the Lord and everybody el se e ,
to be against you-to help you at ane"
times to believe that there are people
in the world who eympathise with ypa
and hope you will achieve all that:
an equality of opportunity will give
you and to help you to better tbhinge
After inspecting the "bread Hise"
room the Presldent was whirled in hie '
automobile to his brother's bo .h
where he spent the stabit.

WILL IMPROVE THE LOBBY. lobby, and also to the wrtig-iroo
1 and this, together *lib other improve
Manogr lttel ielleve in KonO o mnts that he will have made at o#oq
Hotel Upf4-Oet0. will give him 14il Ietter sMeommo4d
Manager J. A. Ettel of the Browns ions for bhi ever-lncrealMA8 patrMo
If(riuae has recently msade 4an etanive *A*
order for suffelent quantity of Mosalr *i*le* he has assumed entire ehargp
Inlaid IlIoleum which be will have of the plaer it has steadily sgaed to
placed iall over the lower part of hid budlsnu s s1dl he I toww prod of Itb

steamships and it I, declared that |tlt5mI r hotel.
comlpetitilon was the. i :nt forceful In-. lie tates that ohem Iattern whi h
fluen(e that led t lo ii. deveklpmenwt has been purcrhsed is oun of the Iar,4.
of tIhe Ifirproviud.il ." "' .tetrnage' tIlest he has* ev-r had. and he will
iI'ider existing c'tih-l(ms on sonB e lay It upon the offle. floors. In thse

(it thle' .e'l? idi A *t-the old typeI
I'u'rage' pre 1611" 1110.r. ;.;rt as)Y iIt Isl
wpo il.s i e for a w toA: SQ ke rp even



OC'AIA. IeC<. 14 Mr. Otis T.
.ren.A-, a prominent Ard well-hpow
attorney of this; .t). e146ed away
shortly after noom y'*strday. DO.
rceasd bad only be-. n lI a few days,
his condition not to- tn rosidWeed
w-rtoMes until Aesda) rratging laseth
warn Cased hby rtl disa
Mr. Grers was torfi lu Attli. lad.
it IJ43' sad came to his eetke der
Ila th year a.4 -lembrkeid ls
the orange I 'i, : .- was admit
ted to the bar mis sI s"ad was e -
ed mayor of Orala to s11.
IHe was married lo I81 to AsIly,
tie oldest dMaltr r-f Col. Edward
lidga. whe. with '* edrlMlres d.*
ward and Ote. i. survivee
Th deaepst sympe m 41 e114ded
to the ftsly bt their and bereave
MSt T he fashion as build lat
owlrk TWlay aftermnMai
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Ifort that III sono W the boot plse
(it otel5roe'rt inthe ittate.

The Nun Job d~eff Is the plasee16

'Honored Army Officer

'NEWIs Proven a Petty Thief

NWYORK. l).e 14--Capt. Themas ptesoft"d for approval 1tolb.he prl
Frahlis. Vatited slates arrmy, 3uke toodms4 of the Uu~ed Sike mlMWp
conaiaveed dby Us lloCafe, %u4 Coss. eadamy. At his BAmtarraignment Is
Otis for distlagulobed f.wvk bI lastJuts. he pleedso soefwitpof
('ime and at Malsh., plea"ed gely asehewomotly demarrod. he domuw
to a long earle. of Petty eibomesIe raftwere olaveuv~dd fMW O MO
awste from th e a~ food oW the yesterday The Whatoteof Numisse
we"t Polm C4048.ad s as mslefwpIn t be m NOWmitiiWesm "
a"d ore. urtr ,( P0IVatted Nolt" e~mmmwdo to d em "aof
friltlary &e# -$I I 1a low a eesigstam uamPevas is t0e WnI
bl, Jed@* NOd. Iatoe IM d Slates01seen., ad ~OW We VOMMs V
Clieslo Cour. to two mm led eidEsnow Ad adsaUe.tI
mamo b'I.te &be Fdeiigrime mNat U heardoseam
4asts. G. His emm gavo ~e 080.~ 1. IL l au
t" be hewould S1 rfor' a we"l WfW" peerbo rheamhiwe lkm es be
Fre &ad reviw &M(yesIbno& by am% M d 00ha
As WMOY0 oumeltOSad Ctiet, C mr -- vote ft 16 1 e hi
Vrssb"s bed eem. o la ay 07 Ads d to robea W"gsbe*i
sTheadl "wow W h be ago@*" efe s py,
09Vaild 5 ib4 e Is 6804W be""es~ u
W.ad ew loll" w ow-806""molo~w


Of the crew," says oneadequate and all that is hb~ d
Nun .. 'never failed to deal t Good conditions are d s.rrlld In
t 'r a blow.. when sheconnfection *lth lnvmt-P."iratlons of t-'le

lunter Is Held For Triple

Murder at Savannah, Ga.

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m anInformal, R~eption at
Hall, Lodge DIn dat
Sthe Advent sipper."

t Vernon Lodgeo, No. t, K%. 1f
honored last asiht by a mo"t
bed visitor ia the pores of
Crawford. who go*t e
po of ratad r a- Uo r t
roeras oft stAt. '
late in o afteroon when
a mohe older wee lnfrm ed
SwM te with 'tgae iay last
but 4ak b et-wa
p eest prominent week.
om issemblbd together 4ad
i~ite -I body to welcome
ase eti al sood ti"e at
t eesom abdjoarnsd.
i en lote alm bship pie i
tbr M5e5aTemple, wlrte
ofib Adynst oni% e WOr
mgpper,*n.d thea
*espUvs ehesqe with a Beat
S*e city Mr. awtord Is
o blsosia Mrs. W. IL
Was toWhaa street. wFr
esvalt isie bat beo vitt
NOdea of t de*SN ap
Sat rapd bheatet aad
god tim held by thOe. Oaa

te hgh position Mr. Craw-
il the.-Liof P., ho would
1'entertalaed by his nuamr*
Is Oaseauile, who are
gslad to gfeet him.



IT. S fer, proprietor of the

out In today paper. He

Sad let him do the baking.
sad trouble savod, as well as
S cuW. bh.
vlle National Bank have
of advertisement n today's
I wlich they tell you bow to
the now year right" by spend-
1 money than you earn and
the differnoe, on which they
allow you 4 per cent Interest.
SJ. TInsley, who has been here for
Spast number of days visiting hil
Ie, left yesterday for Sanford and
Spotnts In the Interest of his
*me, He states that the vegetable
to aImproving to some exteat
be looks for good prices within
wit while.
S Shakespeare dmres to
those connected with the Colin
r avintg the house occupied
b-l yesterday morning, which
S Anduring hit abseen from
attending to his work. Mrs. H.
rear, owner of the promises ,
thanks the same parties for their
service In saving the property
the fame.
and Mrs. John D. Sawyer, ac-
led by the former's mister, of
once, R. L., are spending a few
In the city, and are well pleased
Gaineevllle. Mr. Sawyer Is
eit of one of thb largest file
a In exlatence, and is touring
tate on pleasure, and never hav.
seen Uainesville before decided
spend a short while here.
most attractive window In the
Is that of the Itaird Hardware
pany. Tho most beautiful holly
ever seen In this city, laden with
bhorrIes has been transplanted
ia tub. and In decorated with elec-
bulbs of nai"y colors, which ahed
rays as the trn'e constantly re
It is the work of Artist
and reflect seat credit upon
Talent. We need not ask you to
at It. for no on can pass the
without stopping to admire IL
In town will now have to
S tbher bat to Mr. Yancey as
i premier to arranging attractive

l. O IYMInT Io gbatateed to
ue Oyweame o.lh.. ld. n d
o fr protwain PIlsM "t to 14 days

k-1% fs o"e tar own Ulft

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Few Vahid*

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reek rom Amoeriis, qa Wai 0
ded HOeld by .Poloe.
Marshal Dll received telegraph
Information Monday eve t to arm
a Greek by the name of Ale Doe
whom It was stated t the me"an
was wanted for abseonding wit
Jarly na the evnIng he loquted th
man wanted and when he placed hl
under arrest he was a much surpriN
person, but radlly aoooampanlod tI
officer and occupied qartr itn th
city JaIL
Danm stated that be had doi
nothing wrong, for be was engag
in business with another Greek In thi
city, and that he was dissatisaled b
eause the same was not paynlag, an
after he had gives his partner th
stock of goods and stand he certain
considered that be had the rlght I
take the cash sales on last Saturda
Inasomuch as his partner had all tl
money for the week's sales.
This story was undoubtedly tru
for on Tuesday another message wi
received ordering the release
Deemns, which stated that the rewat
money, together with expense Inci
red, would be seat at onee.


i', ,'4-

..iht depends upon the

its best effort in

hdoe the Hiht
rest of air through
Secures a uniform

o brass through.

I have aeils^ FOR e

I TB lror ohthr r, wi
e to A tkM hed t

$ Me1*kes.iA ou n OSle

.4 In a ly every ldo.*,

b*AN* *tAn V* M ".with the .
Stesftj ithe.l aems, bes ab. ,o
K U.te w.Va SO'te a wa eave Gs b ava Sir~Id d lo-
to ,r., ,W e s baieb .e "*ii i 1i, ......1,1 .... 0:10 a
O, i t e, ad O as winath-

e afor city, Pal ,

, to the wok I havoe be doln i Vald t ,and all. pindt North 6:00pm
gettinMore laborlqdally. kndePeI& W 9:30pm
mefrom mign with the t ,WI 'diY.oWn, ............o 9:30 pm
as fmm almlring wIthN ti people,
e w"h is so doffrteat fma /u .M. "R
st iolnalown. I hope *a a l A.s L A.. Sypt. L L Barker, Traffic Mg'r.
m. that it' ifora the b et dterwt o. ..,
* 6onty, and 2odbr e0 with your vpte .
th for Tax AssessMor, and In token oft ay
appreciation I Wilt make you the *et C t & (iO
re faithful and imlapsal ocer I know .
a how. Most reePaetfutaly,
i 5. MAnd DLL. y

~ ~~~ taple and Pancy Croceries
N About yourself whea yo'r r. er
Sped with rhamatmatE or oint*- UAth INESILLS FLORIDA.
o1 ous you'vwtriOed jos gof OUTH1*GUAIM WNIVIL roRIDA.
Sand they filed. Try fal dl. x rd'sBSaow vg* 14%bft ft~ pn p oljh5s Chea fp and eM- Produce.
d rli mt-t wil drievoewy av
he chWee. pain. and et*ess d leave A V nap etoec Bul Ha I0 OM ftvoW Brm, mheal Cotton
y ou as well as you ever were. Sold a" a m W balt. mly tm e Very et goods
"Y by W. M. Johbpon. .gat tog M C nftM stnf.. always
to so--- TA^ plu =*&n* *mow also



i i
Movement on FPot to Complete Seok
for ODistrbutlen.
There ls now a movement on foot
to raise the necusaary funds for the
completion of the Industrial book
started solao months since by the
Ofinelville and Oulf Railway Com
pany. apd which has assumed some
It is understood that the railway
company have given the work already
to the city free of charge. If they
will take It up and complete the pub.
location of 'Florida Frutts and Plow-
The magaaoin Is gotten up In aBce
shape and some thirty odd pages have
been printed, but owing to a cban(ge
in the management of the road the
wort was stopped, and theoroe th o mat-
ter has rested.
Interested ones are now trying to
rasoe the naoessary amount for Its
completlom by private subscriptioa..

Thoe Coerruet Time
To stop a eough or cold Is ut as
sooa as It starts--the there ft be
no danger of penMsmIla or comeump.
tkim. Just a few doses of Balird's
Horehebound Syrup take a th e start
wlU atop the coug. W It bas been
ramtag O for somaetS the tret-
meet wa t be loger. bet the m hs
mmr. Sold by W M. Johasea.

Your rilrI

Does notC

We know polnliaely that comets It.
talb their iimun 'e eStenslob aIn 1spa
on Utoout of thIe material comprisllg
them bi ns# ect'sively tenuous, tbhl-
aer than Te ilgbtest tilmy bans of
summer. says 'rufessor Harold Ja-
coby. for we know the comets are not
massive: tbey are aiqpost entirely with.
out weight. And tbis we know with
ertanlaty. because tlteir ariral pro.
does no pertMrbaio of motion
among the places of the s r system.
while the Inexorable laws oft meebCa
Ical saclwe tell as that a maassiv
comet mMt surely disturb the usual
orderly plaUonMry its. A comt
mIght. ,deed strkoe the earth. tbIM
seek a eoliUslo is metn probablee
DBt even It It bold eTor oewr the
vislbleo ff*ets would probably b no
greater than those poduced occauslt-
ally by woteorites, or "ftltinlg tars"
The other poiMlble damgw from the
omet. the chance of esoraesUos ftom
gaM aIn the tall. Is asto egattved by
actual observation. fr It is almost eec
tale that our earth dMi ooe pas
through a comet's tall and no one no.
tked It at the time. ialy the subse-
Qaut ealculatioms of astroisome
brnoi th out the act bat the cometary
orbit *ad that of tIe sArtb rilly bad
a common point of alermectim and
that both bodies oc pled that iotint at
the same tnmr.-New Tork Anerkan.

Her Heart Was Sroken
Because her complxoa was bad
and she could and mthbing to elear
It up. ladie-a bad complextloa I
caused by an nlactlv Mver. An tamet-
e liver will be p4 to porfoet co di-
tUoi by taklag Ranlare t Bets The
un aled hliv rregator. Sold by
V. M. Jobshaa.
Wat fadwortd"Sma M a bes whca
yma aa bar um, Iat Wth whi yao

Is Worth It
lor? bt ai r nt SW I

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tw bL MO &"" a wwheam tw" 6400 0110)
--se~ an"....... 3.60 I i
llWm 860 "
load faw ..........

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'97 43 "

CH-aS S. Bit"
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4 aiWlS ol Or1$. 3 419e Do.
Od Thei' keM ue the
show a Ss.

Never wAS th
i meeting witMr ut
]Rose 9 #* ted by
SGaineU*ieaI, Club at the
New Baird on- y night,
paeinber Slt 71s *
Following U A t In The
dsa of Tu 60"11 Oornet
Bud kindly rser oes
ft, for a the how,
while later i aoQ Geo.
Davenport e. of' (he
orchesttra t rl-ula dur.
igg the event"a ,-**
Tickets for tu p~Agruece will
be placed on a tIhe* i moXt few
ys, sand tet virke ly meet
with a great dob m 1to the ob-.
ject forwbidvl1.res. *
mager B*^ MIto f I Dn
the program, lti Wf that It will
be one of the pl ertomamceo
that was eyek thet foot-
lights to a IL dl and
all who attedU t wUf M btlfied.
New and a "~i ml as well as
original Jokee, particularly
to home people,'WUl i gomne of the
features of the -owa. "ad this alone
is an assurance that It will be particu.
larly pleasiln.


"Crazy" Man Wai 4et Dr. Wilson

The reporter Wr mislformed as
to the demented patty who was men.
toned in The un t Tuesday morn-
It is now stated that the party in
question was one Dr. Wilkerson, and
the correction sla ade as to the name,
but the other detail are about the

For Ecema, Tetter and Salt Rheum.
The Intense Ite1hig characteristic
of these allmentl Is'alatAst Instantly
allayed by Chamberl'l'e Salve. Many
severe caves haveW m cured by It.
For wale by all drdts.

The Big F i Store


Fumn re

\\ *,li most people me
*'' l~hours out of twenty-
Sr -lould bq dainty, ar-
X ,. the epitoipe of the
t, her's skAlW. Such for-
r it to be sen at The
'I 'Ul,.ville Furniture Co's.
M k yourbrid, your wife,
Your sister, your daughter,
!appy in its ow mhip and
a' ke yopf glad. Of
,r< our i liet Hm-
ito b IN- -uVmitw
w fit ot pedor, dining-
r., *;,l.itting-rooa op wen.

Ga t
vu, falRjha
'ai~iffi ^i low*



212-18 W Mi Srt S.


World-Famous Play to be Given Five
Performances In Jacksonville.
Readers of this paper will have an
opportunity to see the most widely.
discussed play on the American stage
when Charles Rann Kennedy's epoch.
making drama, "The Servant In the
House," comes to the Duval Theatre
in Jacksonville for five performances,
beginning Thursday night, Dec. 16th.
with a special matinee on Saturday.
This is the great drama which Harp.
er's Magazine calls "the most remark-
able play in the English language,"
which The New York Evening Post
says to "the greatest drama of the
generation," and which The Chicago
Dally News proclaims "the most
beautiful play of all ages." The New
York Sun calls "The Servant In the
House" a "dramatic masterpiece."
The New York Times considers it "a
sensation." The Chicago Tribune
calls It "a work of art that is simple
enough and true enough to touch the
heart of the world." The Chicago
Record-Herald declares It to be "a
work for the world to see and ponder
upo.n" The Canadian Magazine calls
*The Servant In the House" a "great
play," and adds, 'in Mr. Kennedy
E'ngland has found at last a great
playwright, possibly the. greatest sinee
The most striking feature of the
play is its central character --a mys-
terious Hindoe whom the N.w York
and Chicago critics call a reincarna.
tion of the' C'hritt it in a daring rule
but treated with such'inte'llge.n'ce. and
hkilll 1) tthe' aithior that ni offense I.
giKen to IeveOn Ithe mo1st ,easil) nh and le'rgyinlen of all d&.lonntinationes
have made the l'ft It.h' texit for e'r
mons in which they thaie urg.'d the
u.eniberm f :th, r congr 'gatioll.i n"
tu liris the 1"'uutJful titage Ktor).
"The Servant In the Hloue,."' will
be pree.,te'd at the liual Theatre by
tbe original New York and I'hicago
company" headed by Tyrone p'oser In
his great role, of |Irali-Man. Tbh
plaLy sill .'. put (,i in Jarkitonvlllf c
actl)y as r~e' :'ed during the long
run at ith' .o(V theatree li New


Policeman Owens Required a Cash
eond Which Was Ferfetted.
An unknown negro woman rrated
considerable ezxitCftent at the ratnml
val shows on Monday algbt by tryI
to "wallop" her husband Nb had
not proceeded at ser beating loag b
fore apertal 0okwr Mgaatug appeared
so the scew n ad arMreted her. turn
her over to w Ows.... wbo *e
qWred a mash hoad eof S, whe *we
erflo ted oe Tueday moerMJ
MVay personas Md th5e5os111a-
feted with a p lt e aM M iOO

erlskas C0.60 Seedy.It
ma bainweetoenoso
Ssemes trobiem Sld Mby &V






Has Onli Reoently Assumed Charge
of the GalneavIlle Furniture Com-
pany, and Will* Help Cause.

Dr. T. P. Thomas. who recently as
sumed charge of the Galneevlle
Furniture Company, has tendered the
ladles of the Cemetery Association.
through their president, Mrs. H. H.
McCreary. a mest generous offer.
Realistnis the great need of a rock
road through the new cemetery and
desirous of at all times assisting in
a worthy cause, he has consented to
give the asodatUon 20 per cent of
all sales on December 23rd, at the
above store.
The Doctor states that everything
handled by the Furniture Company
will be Included In the sale, and that
be propoeea to make It a banner day
for the associaton Insofar as roeetpts
are concerned. By anticipating their
wants aIn advaoe parties can pr-
chase their goods and at the same
time maist a moet worthy eause,
whether you have loved ones in the
burial ground or not.

out. Drastic measures must be em-
ployed. and many bearing limbs may
have to be aertlAeed. To prune oaly
half-heartedly 'many make matter
worse, rather than better. When
pruning, care should be taken to make
smooth cuts, usually at the base of
a branch or limb, so as not to leave
any projecting slubs. In which Infec-
tion sla almost sure to start again. Af-
ter pruning, paint the larger cut saur
faces with carbolineum or pine tar.
The grove should be given unusual
rcre after a severe pruning of this
kind. It should be fertillsed, so as
to bring a vigorous healthy growth.
and to render the tree. reelstant to
further stacks of the funsas.
Winter pruning for wltbertip should
be done between the middle of De
member and the middle of January.
It is Important not to delay the work
beyond tbhis date. Do not pruane while
the new growth is putting out, for

and se what a spleadid

Out In New Uniferm.
City Marshal Dell was out I0
new blue sallorm Tueeday (g
firat Use, ad presented quite
fled appearance. The new eatt -
him look every Inch the o0t116 1
he IK, and shows his manly

,aeks' CAPUDINE Curee m eGN

Also Noeroas Hendauhe Traol
Headache and achee from Grlft
soh Trouble.e so fFem l
Try Capudioe-It's bquld-4*e .
meilaely. Sol as eruneta.
W 11. Sam ----lof oow "O
The habit of aseert afth
appeal to you is one thaO e4
Oyes itrested ton he life s
.is. WIed

Drm Quinine"Oo


Laxative Bromo *QuIn/
a a -
fma- oU mw even 99 do- A mmfl w~ oS AWV*

%!way imana' the tuU bsown*
wr ahis ignatoe on every box.


Crowds Now VIetting Ground and Pun
Making Supreme.
Tuesday night a large crowd was
present at the Carnival grounds, and
fun and merry-making was the general
All shows and attractions are now
running full blast and the cool, brae-
Ins weather made It pleasant for the
general mix-up of the people at the
shows, and the real varnlval spirit
seems to prevail.
The Wrtght-Turner Company will be
here the remainder of the week, and
now that the weather has changed It
in more than probable that the crowds
will Increase from night to night.


Advent Ladies Realize Handsomely
From Supper and Dinner.
The ladies of the Advent church
r.ealised most handsomely from the
proceeds of their supper and dinner
which was served at the Masonicul
Temple all during Tueaday afternoon
and night.
The funds will be used for the pur'
Imoe of liquilating the church debt,
and the manner in which the same
was managed was most successful for
the church.

It's Really a Pleasure to Cure Ca*
tarrh by Breathing Hyeme.
It isn't a ihl, aure to saturate your
stoiliabch ith Ile nostrums or to
shex k the tenr,,lr mnmbraae of the
oIIO, and thIr .alth disagreeable
.iprn> aidl (l' i&- *
DIut gtraitti ',* ay there are a few
(hu', ard i,,,, l,' who do not ke.'p
ahreaxt of ith *nmies who ari' hoping
aia'nnt h',re' that th. e anclont
rii thix1 a 1 Alll r; then. jtif (aarrh
If th*' r -i'-r -f The un who ls*ffer
fnri, cstarrh ia.>t to banlah this vile
anil dlsguslt tirl l -a e forvert go to
J. W. Mro(.ll',Iw & o today sad get
a ompiilete' 1j .aii4 |iruconun.4 I1llb-
(0me) oUtfit f.r t1100
If it doew t ure. It want ost yon
a rent I- aI) they *IIllI ve yes
your nhmtwy t,' k.
lIol1'ne I. *imple' ayna pleasal
to use. diwLr a few drop from tes r
bottle it,io It- tapr aned dbrebhe
it la As it i.e* over the membrane
and alto the lungs with bUm air yeO
breathe it s'he' tie raw membras
and kills tb.* experiment 1l',r Ldel fi drugglts
everytbri .. 11l lyome for e tart.
Coubgh. ro, brwets., t. Dro
a postal r fr bok. taeWh'
nmeas 1 hoomH' Hyeanet Co.
astaIae N


By H. S. Fawoett, Florida iAtL, zperiment Stateo
ProM BauUln $

Withertip t one of the worst fungas this ia altal I6 tS JS* nII la
diseases of citrus tree' In Florida. In rather than e e in
the winter 3casom. diseased trees may at omee. and do met mgl eW the
be distlngulshed by the yellow and of the trees, but ta a
fallIng of their leaves, the dropping that shows the prWs l
of their tfrit, and the dying of their e*a.
twigs anol branehe. A eitrus tree The benoefale m renst
affected with withertlp will begin to talked on hundreds ot( a
lose Its inside 'leaves. The toer treated In this way, under
leaves then turn yellow and fall leev- tion of Expertment Stttkt
tlg many bare and discolored have proved the efectiveheess
braInehe. The fruit also drops, with treatment,
or without spotting. Other sltel of Witherti
How to P fferet results of te ata
The Important thing ia prealag ts the witherftp funt s are seen at
to out out enough of the wood, Ino Om of *t year. These vmW
order to get rid. not only of the bare ording to weather oesadtlU an
branehe, but also of all the branches part of t tre agftete, and
that show even a slight sign of the dieoret treteat. Some Iof
disease. In severe cases of withertUp .ees otheeditaseMae: (1)
there are meen. iton addition to bare of bloom: (< brownang et
branche, many Itlmb oe wthih Ae lem ; (4) ptUg St fit; a
yellowish leaves are about to falL etartMtRng of fruit.
Close examination will show that the
disease is slowly muaSti n f W Pte That D ll IPeet ng After
back and polsooimE thpbe Mube. This
poisoning may start from an Infec(Itm I Avw eal 1m lrtam'1 6%
at the Up, or from an lnaMtai on a an Uv tae tr tS b" S
side branch lower down. from whih to t that the have
the poenoua efet ea apres d to more good tBha m" y IM
the main limb. meGo i eme o ver ue d. M trMba M yw U
aide of a tree. or oely e branch, io U Ilsg aIs eaw I.-- I
severely affected: while the remaUtng ol"im N loft "wS
part of the tree is unsjured. What* an the a tomanh e
ever may be the condlti ms, it is t-pve the dlee s aT im&W
portant to get rid of these poisoned rt f ort nid be ut os e
limbs. All Hmbe that show the be- taf tO ee lM bt ot m N
mnnin of the dlse.a ae et a e s uple at be t dA


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You can make no mistake if you select
some article of house-turnishing from
this store for your Holiday Gift. There
are hundreds of articles here that will
prove meet acceptable as well as appro-
priate gifts, and wi.l be lasting as well
as useful to those receiving them.

3s alnd Art Sqares up t . 30
Letter Ceu ies ..... $18 si
Fauy Cuter Tables. 31.50 to 35
FO cy Iekers......31.75 tu 5
Facy Lamps.. .... 1.50 to 35
Iy *B .. .......... 5up
Nice Clocks.......... $5 ad up
Nie N S Wn irs heu.
ChiNm Cest-Ouisa the wife.

... J-C.r-n j.. v.., '._,
JaWiie, PidLAa.

Rase, S4I per ey and up. tathe'
hiler andI Cafe eeeinneeel *


We Caa Cn

s__-wr *m. ea, .m., .s
lb -s s1....?" ow
am w, l d- Isef
"a Ownes"4 a"ow

a Am **00 i no


"-"--- 1.6p;d-s ply wh, I
'". ..... d 110 S gvi^ s t alld -rod

T, m lta ;,h to 1,1 ,li bePO CIL
s* Iair w lg i L* W L.s *bs ..... "ea eA -asd Bm e
.int* .O r Bp raon.
iipe fe..$ ee ..3,4 Matt i r 0.at u la -lt

BB i as.T ee whey t -e fi t
____iNOodf i-tr ARK

.... 00.186 ant.ke it s dAR K

inIwow- o meat Under th Asplse of.

So a ~.~a b q1 ha ., e

S ,S\ t ~;-lal .t.* 3 M. ,* W One Iund afd Ten or More Days of High-Clas Racing,
ig fI wthwerspalmP 1 * ow..ds f *se

551w, s waIs so taded a asi girL 4 I ses, ,iUsivs as ense w 4...I.. Commenoloh THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov..25th. Six or
b" S iaOhI ep h praite his ocnlalto he hdIprl otv powenfal ls aa -- li

ghten and bless the live s of alea _ td eLUive a b aie citndPre
,^ ".c f ir l. ,i"i' o h andaouds

tl b ef~Nw To ta- u t inatoru a t u hep an mdeny We k that you attend and judge for yourself s to the

pad with uOrfned good m m t sU a eel7 atM.at open to t e o o warmi da in lat morality of racing, and also to see that the beet people of
Ima s t or aing some peohe uld lthoto o pediend valut um aisdwite ii sll rthe CO ilntry patronize the sport and that racing brings thou-
.up land hiherto noa. Th s unse.-t Rch owi
o eles ad sowing it to cweals. The pIn r u in toe Mot.ad ote ont -ndu of people and million of dollars to the State.
gift, bi t h piri of love tmeao s an addition of close to 5,0,0,. tet with Perry avis' Pl klUer and
aispires the gtr that mak s bhshee of wbt t te toal erop, gaely an shreW i tad y
olMl Sdcable fedr e t he t o BOARD OF D RE tORS:

o. ads sesesl, the ,b S Tr 'oea t IT. V. Cashen, Prm.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. Mgr.;
Ieitl01 to tWdoleiai por year. old provrb tat "It you koele reTres F.J. Poils, u Sec.-Treas.; Joseph H. Patterson, F. P. Lord.
1 w the pri.oo business your business will koeep you." A1 *i I I I a I I .
Many a an fis l business cause
not esessary for a good man he neglets it. and there are scores .te O 5It I avt -aaT- T
the airs of a sat, a d i of ways In whi that neglect sbe *

)atly aieless for tay oiler shown. Attetion to other things an Vn \ bUU
Sa to attempt t of business, dilator and sloven Q F thr te
;-_____.. ._____ ly methods, faulty bookkeeplan, neg- f s I_._ .
he man who thinks only of him. et of adve rising and bad h~bit, M I L A. B E. E T T

is to be pitted, even when be i are some of the most common ways nihaAGENCY- -
Alpg of nothing but his own soul, by which a man shows that he is not Patte I l P. ord,
e soul of such a man must surely ke pang his business. When that is Don't b d mil
esl up, the case the buasnes soon refusetso t E0 Wo DPORT A
1".Inthe.'.iwi day Tep the .ma. The mrral of ill ti'"
e appetite grows by what it feods i clear to everyone I n business or S l
SPerhaps this Is one reason whiy wlho Is about to enter business life. y " TlI
SSgar Trust, ho ot content with the ow h n to ldua
ftae theio duty on gar gave it. To may people Christmas is a
ed Its prot. by swidl the burden because i ot m esas a weWeigh D ENP T Fs- and Al t tu

rapmet.t relaous epease. It ned not be. ane ork GuMraz A MW *
a hTt ie s awh mistake to emake it sol. hn' Add em:t r S fM u e a .
SGeorge Wnton Churchill it is done it is really a departure tragm 5s CAPITALKe J
bthir eight against the duke, earls the spirit of the occasion, for Vrl* Ti
bares may neo r hope to gain mas was neve designed to pUt a o-- B
vor at those Ameriyan woend doe oren anyone Rather h I Aa ait design Itey the pa o M aovecsat It
Irt willitn eo purchase a slded to relieve people iof b ri dIs a ned a ttjyd

lobe heavy rain of Sunday naiht a_- .ra nt
I MNoday was hailed with dellaht There t not a i ty t the cotry e ..y au Arli
the people of this beton. ter polled thai Jaoville. The PHONE No. 9 WuT-! aocX camsVSa PLA.
all appears to have tbeen eral lsw breaker who eseapea the etatche ,s aB 1 "I
Ish tSetaes and wil prove L Chef Vinsant's me is certainly p S fAll
geint to the fiterso hrewd one. We Make a SpeO.adty of A]l
ICounty Comemlmoners hquid -s "us"" Clases of Dray Work. A K
S 11Sherl1 Rameey with a pair B1te Ra O 1O
food bounds. If the sherit had The readers of this paper will r beeer See U r t, . V.
la possession of such dogs there Pleased to larn that there Is at leati o i L
tle doubt a that reet pure oe dreaded disease that tence a Should be its policy of fire inrance, which will pr-

it iere In this city would have been able to cure in all Its stages, and antee a much-needed protection to the family.
ru down and captured, that to carrh HallCatarrh Cure UC needed protection t the fa ily.
I* .= -......... -_-- la the only positive cure now known our p t we will guaral.-
ow to It poeable fora business to the medical rateratty. Catarrh&" Dl t e th lt OUr policies
to make his business a success being a constitutional disease, reSquirw I te ta es ou'I
e he let* people know that he a constitutional treatment Hall'H s "OM 8t1M d w nm which arm in the moUndi-
Sbuaslnes? That means pub- Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternally. a t. et and ma ot liberal c in-
And how is a man to gala that Inl directly upon the blood and mu-
ty and thereby attain the seu- co0s surfaces of te system. thereby an pa', are tOilt
he wants unlses he advertises? destroying the t0undation of the die Jb to be had. The pre
ease4 and giving the patieat strength O Bi m .ae low, while thtO
l og life dos not necessarily by building p the coastitutio ad orded
lIegth of days. Many a person assisting nature I doing its work. lBdo5 s.g Ba 0
age to quite patriarchal may The proprietors have so much faith |e Sa o tsanelpe Cll
r havlived at all In the true t I s eCratve powers that they offer O a wri tor phonDe.
OM ot the term-he has enly ex. One HMndred Dollars fTor any casee | Se
15. Certainly that to the case if Me i l to U l I o ltof |eii t s f maagt oa
Years have uamarked by in- Addre J. C NBT a 00, VA NlRS
btry. belptfulness ad pragres. The T Ohio.F.J.
a who lives well whoMe Ui m Sold by a llrutglets. tc. 4
ell spet live al whSeher bli 7ta HlfU' Paaly Pit r 1 eoastL- A A
re few or many. pattes.

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S OF f Appetite or Distroea After
S---- alng Symptoma That Should
baIrrs of Nat Be Disregarded.

S AppeUte i 1 natural desire
S '"'e s as'ytem for food necessary to
clio _of Coronado t.a.k natural body waste. Lossa ot
t bass at the b"W "to or stomach distress after eat-
l fiddlers for bal g' adIndicdlates indigestion or dyspep-
|. &I to d Oveaeating is a habit very dau.
id that the people I to a person's good general
atisled at the neWS th ed. and insatiable appetite is a
i tends to build a mm s aymptom of diabetes.
Sat point at oneS I i not what you eat but what
|- --- fj digest and assimilate that doeb
lt meeting of tbi, lOd. Some of the strongest,
110ool Board four a ,4.w ,i"t" and healthiest persons are
,re ordered forA 1 te eaten.
of the county.. Tmpet, s o nothing that will create
S.--- oAnft" t aes or cause more trouble than
that Sumter j solar d stomach. and many peo.
ave the first i pe o4ally contract serious maladies
t year. It nl through disregard or abusq of
detton, January ,-1 estoiaaeh.
S--- We' utae everyone auffting from
Ck oast Fruit and V e m. say stomach derangement, indiges-
*e Association held tr o0 or dysapepels, whether acute ort
ietin in West Palm a"e. ehoto,- to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab-
Inao was elected prolld"it lots. with the distinct understanding
that we will refund their money with-
K tr Hill people, it to wst 4 tion or formality, if after
Sbusy a bsee lltosemable use of this medicine they
r s were not very gog4 are ft t satisfied with the results. We
Sbut are said to t b a veMyIe*d them to our customers
t Wry day, and have yet to hear of
.njy one who has not been benefited
SOysterman, a weltw by tbWn.
i Jacksonville, w' I We htoestly believe Rexal Dyspep-
dored in that city. Rob- a T ablet to be without equal. They
Mpposed to be the moUT a we made from the prescription of a
St ysitelA n who devoted his time to the
study and treatment of stomach trou.
Sbl They give very prompt relief,
Ii factory byn anS s sticaulating the secretion of gastric
fo the anucte Julee, strengthen the digestive or-
oms, etc., of a d~ a$ s, aid to good digestion and assimnl.
et- lao, regulate the bowels, and pro-
Sthe palmetto.otnutrition.
We urge you to try a 25-cent box
hr time the workmen will of Re il Dyspepsia Tablets, which
ew $75,000 building for the give 15 days' treatment. At the end
*Rte Deaf and Blind school of that time your money will be re.
whbea it will be turned over turned to you If you are not satls.
Board of Control. fled. Of course, in chronic cases
length of treatment varies. For such
K ce receipts at Sanford ass.s we have two larger less, which
th of November show a sell for 50 cents and $1.00. Remem-
iAeK over the same month her you can obtain Rexall Remedles
of 50% per cent. Appll"a- O Gainesville only at our store-The
bko facilities have far out. Recall Jtore. J. W. McCollum & Co..
supply. corner East Main and Union streets.

during last month about A. P. Spawn of Fernandina, from
were employed In the some Hollanders, asking for Informa-
g and packing busintae ton regarding the lands, schools, etc.,
and as high as a thou- In Florida. It sl thought possible that
of oranges per day were some colonists from Holland will
shplmeiniit. move to Nassau county and establish
--- homes there.
Mr.. I hmley of Renseaaaer,
a S:n Mateo last week, Fort Meade has found an effective,
*a' it the nmanse. Dr. way to check the vagrant hog Inul-
o(euly the pulpit at the sance. Under the new ordinance when
NIethodist-pal,tist church the porkers are allowed to run ba'
thi wntfr. large about the streets and yards of
re that dt ly thy are driven into the city
0a1 recently received by pound and sold to the butcher at a
doUar a head.
OB DANk The body of Wlley IFreeman. an old
II IIcolored of Fernandina, was found
In an old house In that city on Wed-
-- nesday, where it was supposed the
," .n had been dead several days. liHe
".'- had bem in bed health for some time.
i though hisl death is supposed to have
boss sadden, and not from the all-
meot frog which he had been suffer




I~L ~

G. Nichos,

CpP a-d In

It tois said that Congress will be
a"dkd to provide for the restoration
of Wrt Mntaaum. the old Spanish fort
Oea ltaabas Inlet. Twenty five
yearm th old fort was in such a
rnuows eofadtioo that it looked as
though It might fall any day. The
fact that has stood to this day
shows ow strongly it was construct.
d. mad to as argument in favor of re-
stoetiL i

George Gathers, a colored railroad
switIas of Peraamdla, was sever
r blJ Tad t the yards there rldday
by beft esgght between as euOgne
sad a a ear. Gathers was rIdigL
on the bask of the egise, when the
box car aest to the ea gte split the
swite nBd eagbt him betweeo the
emgme sat the ear, from which he
wa a Maed e tideraly, ad at the
am Wva that to be daagPrdW7

hut Is art6ed to he rapidly

Th ay abe sm aing advertsed
"Mad 1P IMMON to rim

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pcetuces, pasteboard, embroidery, silks,
a paste pot, plaster Parit and almost
every kind of trile that an active
mind had considered as being of
service in such an event as to fast
approaching. Repressing a desire to
laugh, I said calmly, "Makrng Christ.
mas gifts.' .. i .v,
"Do you know," she atdd "this gift
business makes Christmas a bug-bear
to me?"
"Why," I answered, "it is the hap.-
plest time of all the year to me and
from one year's end to the other I
save everything that comes my way,
even the wrapping paper and strings,
tissue paper from shoe boxes, which
I leave In the box and usa the box for
a catch-all until It 'I full. thoe tie It
us and put it away auntl I Rave an
opportunity to use it. I 6ay4 every
pretty magaulne picture ftrs the
front cover to the back, and I will
tell you how I convert them Into
Christmas gifts.
"See that plaster Paris? Well, I
cut a picture from an old calendar,
or from somewhere, as accurately as
I can follow the ontine. Thean pt a
clean dish or new pie plate sald rease
it with tallow, lay the pletlur bot-
tom side up in the dish, takO Water
and make the plaster Parts into a
batter and pour on all until sough
to make a solid cake one-half Inch or
more thick. At the top punch two
holes about two inches apart, while
the plaster is wet, so ribbon can be
run through to hang them up by. Set
these aside for a few days and you
have some beautiful placuesa.
"I1 cut some round and square
pieces of pasteboard and after trim-
ining a magazine picture about an
Inch larger all around than the paste-
board, smear paste on the picture,
neatly cover the board and carefully
smooth te edges over the back. Put
these under something heavy until
they are dry. Then punch holes In
them and run cord or ribbon through
to hang up. Two fastened together
one above the other, are prettier than
just one.

"Here in the way I make a key rah::
Take a half moon cut from sho6 box
tog~two pieces of red calico cut) /a
seat larger, bottom edges stitched
together, turn, slip half moon In, turn
in the iup~er edges and whip together.
Take a wencll and mark off inches on
each end of the bottom edge. and di-
vide the Intervening space In places
two nchirs. Whip small wire--have
a piece a yard or more long--on until
you reach the four-.inch mark, bend the
wire about the shape and length of
a small hairpin, press together and
bend In the shape of a hook. Head
the wire at the same place atid *a
straight to the next mark, then ma-
nipulate as before until the far end
Is reached. Paste or paint a small
picture In center. Sew ribbon or cord
on each corner and tie in the middle
qf course I do not find time to do one-
hak what I wish to do. nor use one-
tenth ,pf my scrapings, but all through
the year I am busy fashioning articles
with an eye to Christmas and birth-
day gifts. It keeps my mind off my
pain, because it Is too full of happy,
tender thoughts to allow room for
'It is not difficult to sand presents
to friends and relatives In town.
liottles of sealed syrup, a few doren
eggs. a 1at hen, a sack of hickory
nuts, a bag of mellow cral a *ihlo,
a string of home-made sausas,. a Jtnt
of country pork. all make arre'u,.nhl#.
l.pro-nts to people who ha.'e wirk
thing, to buy and rarely eier setI
their money'*s worth. My huit.r.d
sends nMy parents *nd his Wp-re-ta a
lead of kindling wood every Christmas[
l've. The croppers oR our farm are
made* happy by a waiter of Fhrl rt.ns
fixings each Christmas morolng. 'ea
the kiildrev ontrlbute oe of Santas


Lung Balsam

coaftm we ft-
Is tile one '%I: Ad MA SeriTV,
C)iuch keluejy kit pst al
WDlazy 29W. 0U0U.'.3
ri VI a L A V T CRVO.. wW Tr*

kcgr Catlicura Soap
aad CuticDra OtaBcnt
as Urnvai frPrcsrv.
tnjut- Ulg and Bau-
OtR the Skin, Scalp,
Hair and Hands for Sana
yve, Anis (ptc cala*nsi
and for the Nsery.

Claus' gifts t them. After all. it
is not so mouh the value of the gift.
but the tendency. thoughtful remenm-
brance that addq worth to the most
Insignificant articles."-Mra. CheAti r
H. Peak, In Southern Ruralist.

Out last eight? Headselb aA mwser
ase this aMwfIng? ItiWk0' 4l0udlu.
Just the tbha to It you tor bemtamst
lear's the head-bracn tWe ansrie
Mry IL At Crla sttros
If It's pnratel staunmery you waLat
rbe Sun oflra It th, plael tnn t It


and the best place to seeet your
Chr ltias presents. All good are

We have Sth mPat emplOt s angt.
mSes Of DoIs. Toys. ODed eeks for
the NOme folka. Nevett s of all do
aelpadOt Fl Pin China and OGiasar
CaU sad make yoar m ewotlemo aty
Mutle tae s t easompieW. Owur s
he bWN to deplay po'ptr-Pred
-& we surety have Oeeeeded
V eas" tt y*wo *aeads with gmall
em t of0 m0easy.

Dr. A. Dolan


11 Jsldesce:

"What on earth ar you d g?" I
turned and saw my trlead standing in
the doorway grasaing with evident curb
salty at me as I sat sarroaded by
boxes, bags, and smaU lits of as.
sorted scraps, odds ad & sa -gather-
ed at every chance, small stacks of

Next to Magnelle Htl.

All Kinds of l etrie Work Promptly
and Properly Done.

Meter work a spIlallty. Complete
line of elotrigal supplio.

--PHONE I >.-,

Alfred D. Richardson



CemOet Sidewalke
All Klnd af
Ceent Wefte
Cement Plaan
and Drves
Tllng Laylng end
TIle Walks
4Nenetts Walks a"
owne iaavatlng

m orth of *"OWN%
ofOeIROS i e~,lr!ds



--A- aI

toead Lamb b AblmOcho

-MWuisms b 95bb b Mr mp ,e-


ivs tef wfr ordtr n w so you will
not be dalea isd. You will be
planMd with p Ir ak. if you get it
fret usa We ates make fresh Bremd,
Cakes and iM, whihs we will deliver
to your hoem, daily If you will 'phone
No. 18.
Lw T. shfr Prop.

It. what is ereatti eb a gret do.
Iad for pweth ose our new way.
veWy little festute is Tven the eloe
set atteat ad ame loce of work is
flowed to .lav Mer hands until It
Ii osftlttly Imspete to wM that It
onM up to t unhigh taadard we
bave set. "Wo'pi ige1' sB.
'1 t1f. LI, S Ph*onOe

Atlantic Hotel
ftl Rep-n Pk&s
(Pormerly the Aeme)
Ie lkanvil - - -
lam" Dqgm, Pre. Q. Mamorford, ute,
A0 Rooms Rtfitted and RofurnIlhd
RMate, e 71k and $14M pe Day.
Take Care at Union Dpet to Juila





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'Iy tht men of afairs ,a ,
X ,, .

9r . a xpr ,; in a *

. ..iory of th. ed State. When e wh ve livd

" to .a city grown beyond its boun as GAinevie has .
ist today as in th past, thy re th to believe but e pro-

It is written that the greatest growth ff il cities shall be west-
*. Lf-* "
k '-e a s.c 'or WsVIits

ward; and Gainesville will be no exception to the rule in fulfill- *
location o ofuhins yo Florida in dthat direction, she is now

|in line to obey that mysterious laW which none can explain, and
s will grow to the westward. .
SBetween the city andtthhe University, lying along the beautiful

Boulevard known as West Liberty Street, is UNIVERSITY
SPLACE, the new Sub-Division owned berey The W. R. ull

| Thomas Real Estate Company, and now offered bot sale in
building lots on the easy payment plaWn of $10 cash and $10 e
per month. Large numbers of local as well as outside people

Have already bought lots in UNIVERSITY PLACE and soon
the music of the hammer and saw wil be heard fon every side
the values growing. Altheready one-third of the lots have been
wsold and very soon the will all be gone Dton't delay. r it tday
l o "There o a tide st the affa irs of men which *I n

,boea rd tkeo n at the e d leads a t is rtUNie." est

UI -'---------------------
.- ewe tect ndteUieriy yngaogte euiu

Sole Seling Agents
Telephone 366 115 East MuaSt.

Z b



red IBrlD VAN

inu rin a0rt,

rn ben w

Wbjctk. to c O
userd 18~
I.Their eanr SW
60 iotin of rof an

durec g f C
I gsrpfntus s b *
but they 1
s eneral claUse5

11S bae tM POW S 10
ansd four areOP9SS
paof the OPP@5fO li
in all ages b.
Woe regaided Was
as b. aring mwbc

dwriSbld are M0
Europe aid' A
00:1 Urmecea"t*~;
The otbel
;WNW aU so~y
myin India.
.nudg form is dotoet

twirled W"I"M !S
ahe figer, of wblc'b 0
pdilC)smIW'd 10 the Ire.
a IsIA. a G reek @0.0.41 5
(g5)plfimvO5 of Ike .10
ow at ilaiyly ou iArpiltrf

Chenm* of That.
pr -ciotpd gratefully a
fe irite.emniil humoristL
O, ir." be sa ld. bhis vok
i"i> feeliing. O)h. thank
| may y.. live to be sal
estu"'-Washington Peaot

Of Course.
rofesor. what language
sm the people nearest the
'M0k? The Professor-
inoo: Polish, of course.-

Nlarty Appetite
t babies have, but is of
item if they have worms.
ir baby is not troubled
Share symptoms-always
p under the eyes, not
i ht and yellow complex-
1oses of White's Cream
Pill expel all worms. It
Secure nd reliable. Price
r bottle. Sold by W. M.

If lotion over the valid*
b which could have ee
VWting in an abstract of
oe' it was bought.
wBl'dering the purchase
For hae a "deal" almost
n abstract made by
n bfor,- you buy.
i coniii>l.teness guaran-

Ile. Florid&.

A. Dolan

n Trs':;tment for
s't .i!,.' Eyes


S. Waldo


It dirjq

I* 1. ,'


POty of Them in Gaineville, and
S G Qooed Reason for It.
any woman be happy,
T frs tof backache suffering,
ih~ of nlaery. lights of unrest,
Sdistress of urinary troubles,
l Sliatds relief and cure?
No reasonn why any Gainesville

S 4BonI surfer In the face of evti
iags like this:
MX. John Smith, 807 B. Magnolia
GtOalnville, PFl., says: "I sut-
!eI "ftrqn a weak bbck and severe
is In my sides for a long time. I
eeM notL stoop without experiencing
dhrp twlnges through my body and
S4I 14 so It was diicult to regain an
S positiUon. I was also subject to
ehtes imd at times was ver)
W*kpuo. When I saw Doan's Kidne)
IS Ws ihly recommended foa
U bles, I procured a box and
their use. In a short time I
'at"h better. The pains lost their
Sad I gained I strength.
i 3askDhaa',Is Kidney Plls an exo.
vs edy and am pleased to

.Ir sie by all dealer. Price 660
t oster-MlUburn Co., Buffalo.
4trk, sole agents for the United

,4 -ember the name-eoan's-and
take so other.

He Keep It In Repair Himmolf With
S the 'Aid et a Knife.
"1eme s en. don't you know." said
Mr, uOrUlikIlton. "will stop off a curb.
step down about a foot and break a
W&, and then onotber man will fall eof
te top of a serenteeL story bouse and
sMt eTen muse his clothes. A nd it'P
about the same way with watches.
"I dropped my watch the other day
about six luebes on to a tbk'k plumb
carpet, and it cost me S14 for repairs.
When I wap friend Bwillkwlilby thin morning he
dropped his watch on the sidewalk
and it didn't so mucb as stop IL
"It sounded when ncatme down like
a safe falling out of a high window.
and It was only a two dollar watbh.
and I expected, of course, to see Bwll.
kwlllby Just kick the fragments off tbhe
sidewalk and pams ou. but It seem.
Swllkwillby kuew the watch better
He picked up the crystal. uot evei
Sacked, from where It bad flown. siv.
ea feat away. and put that in his puck
et. and then he leaked at tbe watch.
'It was going all right, but some-
bow to the fall the long band bad got
bent He straightened out that bent
band with his lxwxkeikuilfe so that the
two pointers wouldn't cutch. and tbeu
ae pried off the crystal rim of the
watch and put the crystal back In
place, and then be snapped the rim
back'oon the front of the watch again
and dropped the watch In bis pocket
and started on. and 'As I was saying.'
ble sod. Just as If nothing had hap-
pened."-Washington Post


Have your stationery neatly printed
at The 8na o6ce. We carry a well
ilested stock of the best paper
wbMh afe printed at reasonable rates

bo w iaox s oW c AOI COAAPMr
O Is asM o ser tOatWe rNo.m. 77.
S4t day of Jaly. A.
MwSCbae@&Mt eo*rMeWaeino my oso&.
Ms-io= (for aiZdw 4 to lk
6~lUlb".d plopftA bistl
0es0T. Pler s. soit
ws see. I8.Tp sIt.. IL1S- 0o a'res.
muvmed sat Uw dsae of
ad MobrahleSea tho % same
a laWNIee*4 wnahl be* r rOfat
la mf JseILy. A. I IlA.

f eri n Alaf.-. > a

-Wi ag or APUPLATIO roa TAX
Srn &s arno" or cNAPM
M LAWS OilP 1 iDA.
eaose a rbih s tSot Jo', yfwa.
o f&toeseNo .441d 4al

40 0a'"or as the a44 -o
EMSlaw. **s **rsl6&
2BSB i rs. otwit

boas mdsed ithe eeo es

a tWI '.I "

". . . _____ m

Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of
foreclosure of mortgage made and
rendered by the Hon. J. T. Wills,
Judge of the Circuit Court, Elihth Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida. In and for
Alachua county, on the 7th day of Oc-
tober, 1909, in a certain cause therein
pending on the chancery side of said
court, wherein W. R. Thomas Is com-
plainant and L. W. Fennell, as sheriff
of Alachua county, Florida, and ex-
officio administrator of the estate of
James E. Whaley, deceased, and
William Joiner and Thomas R. Whaley
et al. are defendants, and wherein
and whereby the undersigned was ap-
pointed Special Master to carry out
said decree, I will, on Monday, the
3rd day of January, 1910. sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash, be-
fore the court house door In the City
of Galnesville, Florida, between the
legal hours of sale, all the right, title.

interest and clhim of the said L W.
Pennell as sheriff of Alachua county,
Florida, and ex-officlo administrator of
the estate of James E. Whaley, de)
ceaqed, and William Joiner and Thorm-
as R. Whaley, in and to the following
described land situated In Alaohua
county, Florida, towit:
The Northwest corner of the North-
east quarter of Section twenty-six
(26), and the Northwest quarter of
Section twenty-six (0M) to Township
nine (9). Range nineteen (19).
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur-
tenances to the same beloaqlng or la
anywise appwotaintg. Bald sale to
satisfy said deerm and eosts. Teams,
cashub. C. MATHISON,
Special Master in Chancery.
Solicitor for Complaiant.
it wt printed eta ttMy yo" vat.
rMe am8s eMieMAb 0hethma fa t i


We have Just closed a cauh contract with three DistlDeres to pv roase
all the Corn, Rye and Bourbon Whiskies they' will make edtran the esut
twelve months. This wll give us an enormous quantity of whisker. We
are going to sell every gallon--nd we Intend givttin the benefit of oar par.
chase and contract to YOU.
Pure Distilled White and Yellow Corn Whlskeyo r ProMlhI.




. .... $1.90
. . . .10
. ..... 2.45
Pure Rye'
1 Gal.

2Gal. Gal. 4 Gal.--4Qt. ISQt. Qts. 4 Qts.

$3.15 6 6.00 $6.50 $3.10 $4.00 .716
4.00 4.00 7.50 2.40 4.50 6.15
4.50 6.75 8.75 2I.O 6,25. 1.
or Bourbon Whiskey-Uxpreee Prepaid.
3 Gal. Gal. 4 Gal.-4 Q t. Qt. Qta.

A ......$2.16 $3.40 $5.00 $6.165 $.0 $4.256 *.00
B ...... 2.40 4.26 6.00 8.00 2.00 4.75 ,00
C ...... 2.95 5.00 7.00 9.50 8.00 6.76 7.75
White or Yellow Core Quarts 6'e-Express Prepald.
5 Bots. 10 Bots. 15 Bots. 30 Bots.
A .................$.U5 $4.50 $.765 $13.26
B ................ 6.0 5.20 7.76 1LO00


24 Qts.
'. 13.156

60 Dots.

Bottled in Bond Whiskies and Hgh-Grade Blendo-Expres Prepalid

Sunny Brook
Old Oscar Pe
Mellwood ..
Lyndale ....
Lewis' 66 ...
I. W. Harper
Mill Creed Cal
Upper Ten ..
G. & B. Black L

I gal, bot. 4 full
... $4.00 $5.00
Dpper 4.00 5.00
..... 4.00 5.00
..... 3.90 4.00
..... 4.00 5.00
.... 4.00 5.00
binet 3.50 4.00
.... 4.00 5.00
Label 4.50 5.50

1s full


1 gal. bot.

Overholt ........$4.50
T. B. Ripey ...... 4.00
Woodford Club .. 4.00
Old MeBrayer.... 3.90
Murry Hill ..... 4.00
PIsher Rye ...... 3.60
Echo Springs.... 4.00
Rose Valley .... 3.60
'ream of Kentucky $.50

4 full

13 hill


223-227 East Bay St. * Jackmville, Florid

a &An i

North, South East and West


Conult the "Purple Folder"

For detailed information, rat. schedules and me-
ervations, see your nearet Ticket Agent,
write to or eall on

Div. Pm. Aost, Tm. Pow. Agt,
Atlastie Cast Lil, JatmeevllI, Flrid.



Office 501R. Main St. North. Tel0o
phone 126 OWoe bOsrn to 12, to 5,
and by appoltaUtm Gratdst of
American School of Osteopathy iader
founder of system, Kirksvtie, Mo.

Galaeville, Flormida
=MoeB-4ooms 1 and S
BuildilE. Office bors: 8 to
1 to 5 p. a.

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MGM ovsDer Gahminesole amal
tank. Osaosesvifle. Plarde

miss He Norton

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Nmer oevsmnMment Bi

Breads, Cakes, Ples

Wagoe delivers twice daily. Laeve
your order at lowman's store. Our
broad on aalo at all stores hanling
brosa. A trial orde appreeated.



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Air Line Railway


Two Elegant Trains Daily



ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through 8leeperm
Jacksonville to New Oriean l

por fall Infermatieg and sleelmgn oer veevdiss eom em
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| What Has Happened and What Is Go.
Sin to .Happen-Pereenal and
Social Items of the City.

Chrltine-Mlllie, refined and highly
Christine-Millie has traveled the
civilized world over.
W. 8. Turner of Micanopy was via-
Iting In the city yesterday.
Millie-Christine endorsed by thq
press, the clergy and doctors.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of
Alachua were shopping in the city yes-
Mrs. M. L. Beckham of Waldo was
In the city Tuesday on a shopping ex-
Call on J. B. Isrooks for anything
In fruits, candies and cigars. 203 E.

MlleChristiUne. most meritorious
exhibition on earth.
W. H. Rivers of Starke ,was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
CoL F. T. Smith of Alachua paid
the Central City a vilsit yesterday,
A. 8. Baguly of Dutton was greet.
Inag his numerous acquaintances in the
city yesterday.
Geo. W. Harrison, one of the pro-
gressive planters of. the LaCrosee seo-
ion, was a visitor to the city yeater.
J. W. Malphurs, one of the old-time
settlers of the laCrosse section, was
transacting business In the city yes.
YOU RUN NO RISK-Specify Blue
Ribbon Vanilla Extract and you get
the best that money and experience
can produce.
Wm. Ward, wife and daughter, Miss
Ethel, of New Haven, Conn., have ar-
rived in the city to spend the winter,
This is their fourth winter in Gaines-
Geo. L. Taylor, superintendent of
the Gainesville Peach Orchard Com-
pany, who own an extensive farm at
Palmer, was a business visitor to the
city yesterday.

Union street Free delivery. The Atlantic Plumbing Company
Father P. J. Lynch left yesterday have a change of advertisement in
for a short trip to Hawthorn. He this issue to which your attention is
will be absent for a couple of days. directed. Thdir motto is "not how
Y. M. Hulme, traving representa- cheap, but how good."
tive for the Vanl)oeman Company of J. M. Brown,'one of the well-to-do
Jacksonville, was here yesterday In. ilanters of the Trenton section. was
terviewing the trade. visiting In Galnesville yesterday. liHe
Mr. M. 8. Philfr and little son left (a&ie for the purpose of looking after
yesterday for Miami. They expect to omie land matters and returned on
be absent for the next several days the :taftr'noon train.
vh Citing rvlatlves and friends. The Secret of Our Success-No oth-
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. (lodibey of Waldo cr interests distract us from attend-
w ,r iin the tit) .vytterday doing their ing to the Hotel business and keep
c( itinan thopping. Mr. (xodbey It us from cheerfully contributing every
oil' o1 tho bLet-ii-.ti'd farmers of that minute of our time to the furthering
lp ut of the coutity and always makes of the comfort of our guests. The
u r .at succostt a ith his planting. ilrown llouse.

II. A. I'ckt'tt. out, of the prominent
citizen ls of tthe Jnt'lv li action and
a cotton broker oi hotioe not)t, als a
vi: Itor to the city :, terd;y. l, ie was
lwnit lh ll teafeI luk y uies Ihat Ntll
lid : om e of the & tapli on hand when
the great advance tas had on cotton.

The peculiar properties of Chamber-
hin's Cough Remedy have been thor-
oughly tested during eitldtnilcs of In.
fltuenta. and when it was taken In
tihoe we have not heard of a single
case of pneumonia. Sold by all drug.

A L .. the eighth ade .', .

SOClemmnas of Brooker was In
t h r* yesterday and made aa

;lr of Jacksoan O i the Ie st
tal.ter, Mrs. arwok. ped I
7(. P. Bradshaw, 4ae o the cattle-
- anad farmers of Wafaboota seod -
Uot* was visiting In tle city y6ster-

Tayor, cashier of the First
NaUtal Bank, has gone to Jaekson-
vile on a brief bustbne and pleasure

Frank McDavid. oneof the planter T
of th9* Monteocha sectdoc, was. greet- u|
lg H. numerous. Ghne.tusi lea s.
yesterday. :' ,*" -
Mrs. H. H.H Mo.reary and daughter, .\
Miss Irene, vlslted fietnds In Jack-* --

less than you ear, sve the

aCd ada depset- It In


Do D -Artw.k ad

ai nesvillep National Bai
,pits ad Spouo $125.OOO.oo
* I'~ -l llj, J :'t 1

.th on the Coat U. BTi ri
L. I B e and wife, who have beenA Chrstm as
n the city orM the pOat uqb* of
0 ., its reterday for Alaiaa to
isit relatives for a abort while.
As appreciated holiday gft for the I s t
marng would be a pretty fox terrier s Bms
pappy. Several nloe ones for sale at
40 &sut Union street. Telephone WANT'D, This Is what we have preparn
NO. If. "" ,
Mrs. T. H. Rlaae retumded we rl--Woe rair shoes free Of charge ye, from which to make ywur
T it bouhItt ftom as. Morris Cohen.
td from ot bit plant visit ~ Shoe Store West Union tion of gifts for your relative
with Capt. Richardsao at Micanopy .
Juast The Ceato n now has .-.- friends.
char* of the MIcanopy-Cltra train. DON'T FOROT MMorri Cohen when
Wi. and Mrs. On1 8tevrt and lit you seed shoe reparla. All work Trade has begun much g
Uo daughter, Orths, of River Janepmon, done at the Guarsnte Shoe tore, than usal nd you had better
Miohk arrived in this city yesterday Wall street.
for their winter sojotr. This will In now and let us show you our
be their fifth winter here. Their LOST.
many friends gladly welcome them
back. .LOBT-old roes with pearl ia evn.erythln g
The many friends of Joseph Finch, tw-, either between pisoo*l church
who underwent an operation for ap and postofo ie or O West Liberty
pendlotis at the home of his -tsiter, stfL 'Suitable reward for retur
Mrs. McCormlok, will be pleased to to this olo 1 J were.y
letrn that he has stood the asae re-
POR RENTn *That one could wish for-Wi
markably well and there are strong _R N That one culd wh for-
hopes for an early recovery. Pro RNTT-Cottage in South Galne- Noek Chains, Lorgnette C
The greatest danger from nluensa yille .Apply to J. .I Hayes or at Broochs, Stick Pins, Cuff St
is of Its resulting in pneumonia. This thig oteee .
can lbe obviated by using Chamber- to.
lain's Cough Re:medy, as it not only FOR RENT-Six-room house and ten
cures Influensa, but counteracts any screk of land in cultivation, one- ,. Beautiful Silk Umbrellas with
tendency of tho disease towards pneu- fourth mile north of the University. Silver and Pearl Handles and
monia. Sold by all druggists. Apply J. A. Phlfer.
Jesi B. Burts, for many years in other things which you will like
the employ, of The Sun a local re- FOR SALE.Folowing Is the vote In p

outfit formerly ased by o. L. Cushman FOR SALB-Typewriter ribbons, all test as counted Dec,'ni, r 1 .h:
and sl now fgatr ed In business on kinds. Sun office. Gainesville High School........
his "own hook.' TeSun wseh Jes OYSTERS 40 cents quart at Hubbard's Miss Marrion Parker, (it
so success In his new undertaking. Fish and Oyqter Mirket, 208 West North Gainesville Hall
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Montgomery of Union street. Phone 833. Miss 'ida, Barron, lell .
Micanopy. accompanied by Mrs. L. Miss Annie Price, n 'ade.
Miss Mattle Jennings. Rochwolle..
Montgomery, were visitors to the city MORRIS -0OHEN'S GUARANTEE Miss Bessie Waits, lia: mh
yesterday. They came over in the SHOE STOR,. Wall (Union) street, Miss Eva Powell, AI;whliha
Doctor's auto and report a very pleas- will ocptinue the Introduction sale Miss Rosa L Rives,. Hiilh ,s:,
ant trip. but state that the roads are throbil holidays. A present with The vote has bheefi -,i. 1
rather heavy in some places since the every purcbase., few days and the ih vrit ri
rain, especially in the Wacahoota sec.- Te w r k g friend to secure tieir 1
rtiton. THUIM 18 NO GAMB LAW against t this store In ord,,r to L, t;
E. Marcionny, editor of The News, anyone hunting Plank's Chill Tonie.
and also deputy sheriff of Alachua, It *gua to ri C S M I
chills and fever. Price 25 oeuts perL wel I I
was here yesterday meeting his bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson, he'll
friends and transacting some buta. probably know.
ness. He says that his little city is
now In a most prosperous condition PURE SEED POTATOES-We offer HRISTMA
and the streets are thronged with the genuine Spaulding Rose No. 4 In CRISTMA
country people who come there to do 10 peck sacks. $2.50. True Red Bliss A t COLE
their trading. Triumph at $3.25. Send us your
A sprained ankle will usually dis- holders. American Produce Com- -
ahl., the injured prison for three or pany. Jacksonville, Fla. "Take titmn v by ,h I
four weeks. 'This is due to lack of -- -n--. -.- the it ti, .'-
pruper treatment. When Chamber- ra. one of te progreive or have them.g, tv-er
1s.ik's iztI tut is al'phlhd a cure may farmers of Melrose, was transactingforengrvi
be effected in three or four days. This business in the city yesterday. He A UNIQUE STOCh or
liniment is one of the best and most states that onsiderble prin vege
remarkable preparations in use. Sold tables will be planted In his section Diesaed Watches. c "
by all druggl-ts. the corning eason. aware, Clocks. Jcwr' ,
W 0. Engslih. who owns and P. D. 8erard of Clyatt's station Brc, Laher Goods, L',r a
lerates an extensive truck farm at wtrckers visiting the ve Mesh Ba C' G .
Ilewtllen station, was a visitor to city yesterday. He has recently fn- Paie Chia, Silver Tc,;,W Set*
the city yesterday. He ha" now sev- wished a handsome two-story home in
ernd acres prepared for his lettuce that place and is well pleased over C. H. COLES & SO0
crop, besides having other ground ils pros cet for afine -. ioo.f,. .- -*

readyy for early planting of his spring tables In the early sprin.


b .ut farmers of that section. JA X GRA &AK
If you are suffering frum blllous- Pr ent
nes, constipation. Indisestion. chrooic
headache. invest one cent in a postal IL iAuP
card. k-end to Chamberlain Medicine
Co.. lks Moanes, Iowa. with your Dame
and address plainly on the back. uad
they will forward you a free sample
of C.amerlaas Stomach and Liver -
Tablets. eOd by all drWggists.
M. Veshle. the crate and basket
man of Areber. was transacting bust-
ness a the dty yesterday. He states of
that his ceNmamy a w have on head
the arrest stao they have ever car
rWd in tbas cdas Oe me sd w at DINOXES
thba win e up amst al llJL"L A .I L
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