Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01328
 Material Information
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 16, 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).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01328
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
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
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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.. ~ a~v~a4~~ l4kIsR~ THURSDAY,
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for the Table.
we have an exception-
ally fine Holiday display of Sil-
verware. i'he latest and mist
popular styles including
Gorhams Chantilla Pattern
which is the most popular design
sold. All goods bought of us will be
engraved free of charge.

Leather Goods
Hand Painted China
Cut Glass
Sterling Silver
Plated Silver
Bake Dishes
Fruit Stands
Salad Sets
Ladies Silver
Mesh Bags
Carving Sets
Watch Chains
Jewel Caskets
Candle Sticks
Optical Goods

The Prince of
Xmas Presents
is still the GOLD
WATCH. We have beau-
tiful selections of SOLID
GOLD and high-grade
a stale pattern among then ,
the special product of the m;,n
for the Holiday Season of ln,,

..is the...
One Thing
on which you must rely when
buyng jewelry.
We value our reputation far
above& the profit on any number
of sales, and are frequently com-
pelled to lose a sale because we
refuse to misrepresent our stock.
We believe this pays us and ex-
pect to continue to conduct our
buiess so our r tepuion will be
above question.
We refer the few in this com-
munity who have not dealt with
us to the many who have.
C. H. Coles & Son
UpOle. lJew-lor
(Gainesville, Florida


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Rich Cut Glass
Hand Painted China
Nothing more appropriate for Hol-
iday Gifts than Cut
Glass or China. We
have new patterns
and designs, and dlo t
prices will surprise
you. We handle only HAWKE'S and
LIBB'Y'3 Cut Glass.


Clocks hes
Le kts
Stick Pins
Cuff Buttons
Hat Pins
Festoon Necklaces
Toilet Sds
Comb, Brush
and Mirror
Ebony Goods
Fountain Pens
Silver Novelties
Etc., Etc., Etc.

and Rings
Wedding Rings
Engagement Rings
Birthday Rings
Shirt Waist Rings
All kinds and sizes of rings.
No matter how much you can
spend on a ring, you can spend
it to best purpose with us.

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Iscerperated 1904




Sash, Doors,


Mill Work.

Gainesville, Fla.



Manf'rs of PURE



Gainesville, Fla.

Grafted Pecan Trees

And Become Iadeadeat

-Safe, Sure Investment-
Besf Thi-Sbell Varities, In any
Quantity. For further informa.-
tion address
Gainesvlle, Florida.



Practices in State and Federal Courts,
OhltI.,. 'Cedar IKy ann (;iaine.,
vlle,. Fla AAt C(ldar Kl\ v n Si inays,
ltro ,i t> o ,,il vs, ,n(l (1 tlit's\ ill
W\vlnedq'<4a to S:Itlirda,. lihlusise.
" ( u', llhr ofl e': lI.)Io No 1, over
Chiitt 's ?tore.

--Santa Claus Headquarters for 63 Years--

The DRE W Cor.
& W.B. D JA pany




Unlimited Assortment Holiday Stationery, Books, Late Novels, Bli,
Leather Novelties, Fancy Goods, Cut Glass, Hand.Painted Cbin,
and Unframed Pictures, Toys., Dolls, Games. Etc


Kodaks and Photo Supplies, Golf and Tennis p" plies




The New York Rack(


g A magnificent line of Holiday Goods and Toys of every description. Come in and make your purcha,

make the little folks and big tolks happy Xmas. Remember we have a large line of all kinds
suitable for the Holidays. A strong line of Men's Clothing, Hats and Shoes at right prices.
department is running over with good things.-see the line on second floor. Come to the city
store your headquarters on all occasions all the time.

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Timea-Union vepqrter bte follow-.

S.. the fertility of the s growing
-!.11 "" ve~lettuce, cel and.tillLr chotee. .
R Fo e teMon the Market-To-. Tr ',.smab lles Va id/lW)tM th
s campaign. cob be grown a rn, eland
S -the same year, an t e iI is enorm-
ous, producing for tbt' a reve- .-,a
.es-UnioD o01 dequate to the demands of a nue that could sare ualed by TAbeWagDe*-Tqs.b m"&way3 "
te following i lec ^^ A 'exer- m a^i^
.N. I have never found it any other lands. i. the except- .- ----e-- t-
J. D. 8 to dig to a depth exceeding Ing those lowleands ben meswo e' a .Will 0 ,a
S et. At this depth the wat enriched by rtali deposits brlaid h
th a height of within six feet discharged thwe by Waters. w i U1Mto AeMt
,i *i lnr-etw of the gronAd. and the wA.Go ..re lil e se I.aft the
at that as = most satisfacetory and ad- "One bis advaateg Aor adf tag arlrnagid IsA Stae pue aen Matdog to
no th e ia4 ,et. ol t h ivsowe t e boun ut a'r em u t ll* ai sm av s a b o f f res% a ld g hb
erBconsiertion th e n I &"@ of thio*eu e b h noin 0 Cam al t he psal o rt of W te fa stMea t m ter boats Is the world.

by aa reot. o s a bly f a el il ret oie the s m erit t rfht that they.e4Mdig g Wr 0t h AIaTgg a b e g 0 t6 vials es aShISb g
.1 veStrn rbpot o*v lolds om oAn other advantage ra ater t Otet tlte o ibet w iole Jl

hthe po sll oi 't. the *at of suieci n le e ol/ lt W itthe (IaWik 9 C Tme iesmelorsi betbS ma MON;eateBis1 m1s1baastetr 1 b a"a
S i S a .,. i th e ir true valll lu btan e ot.oi o- a e.- wo 1 1 v m t er l a t

, a iB opportunlty o see h igtw ait Uld sa w .
e labaait >sef with all co mpafnt monP tIhe ll e f a' .- e9f, aMae'N Iata

m pf ortion of t At" i ',/" d l to "a w .
ri.._y dse." ,~,~_ Ireses to ples a certain Ca.ve a nqU d t.e.. iahe A 84v held
S.ts core r f. thriho i est land. In Alachua jas k st ep p---il "-"i-s .... I sN "i
r a ll1 the maro ket ifore ,or e"a.fo re In t he o eedtor' e ha.

Produ atth.o=, e oo' theft ..xdorbi"ies, nd amorl strMM onpo nl11at1."l
hLvw Aimnost gnie tWaln l I wnansI lake, throuhout the ni o s t modern of t I twh O l
B w l uJds eith my thq p t esoo t b considtructond a hard- anI d n -um .1br lso bAt l am. h poMan yaS

e of t he nIo n o | e-i s P s bepu b li c h i gh w a y T his p a v edbere at er ,,, d M t--.eio.ro s e owl l vis it ealn
ftelhna otneere Ien r ila dnd iv withat once t a v eriy short sothr city ot the el t m ,
er donts ofhag arnce from any point on our tract reouth. W OX o. Ila-O t bei Rt bt Hoas J
a Smarvelse hdto the attention Of the out-rt nowhead wlaithi.0 1d1' 1 T he Woa*es. whi w sae ne Mthh Aam euadsi
moMh Bot.ghll teut' ehdbyeteaesemalo uhes I d Gmat.'rCoaMasw1iChief
mionered .I there will o. hesitanroducy t oo whh reutofall llhrfad i W6 h i f e ,meIehtre t l the oa lited ft.tainr tt i M"v

"m wonde ll amed s th s gi an oppor tuom eld to share t
?punstea dyha counhigh 00"ay 411 111110 sey to fM tmaesr h Jobs w the< t1 KW
Of the hrpp guest. The newott und hl f Am i S ei n Ci ie Ah county New n' s lake, a S t d te o nne ol tl0e"d
of he worth lA t c'. bhlmilesn. i I o"ed bi all t.e, The ralAfroed. aako Cogreesmam; Mrs. ONvr h. M. Fre.

l eS in rl a t ..s to.G. tieesvill..ma *o--- .n--be.onlS Mio... .. ^ ill-e !' O uWthe1 ci111411re1 1" A R b ( tW
..r portion t of un d ie dstoane o iirthe r oun drectlythreao o iadsr T hisols to gri a-t s lowai wt ome as s felmet e ode rA mhefals
porti o of,,1 -1T4lAri f0l0 e 1 O tract we are placing in company and wl l e i htors te W ht I u t low tes fm estate oo a A a I
aSag of u awn mwket oi situated between have acquiredftarms4 A t 41A to 40It og.n*t td he f dl eiSalr
l o t o umma cis e'l l ti he county seat of Alach- tr..Aespor ir ptd h U e W 1 tte it Ut aill ll Sd Sito pe
Santerne upa h e of the largest and most a most hoonvengt hjir i- o a"a
v produc, it isthe heof tbhe Flrida cities, and r sbippiig p itio e.7 th' a *de ab a
u.iAl.'djace- t to wich Is'-'"-"-

wAlmot Anything o Newan's lake, throughout the nost modern of the Flsorma sew.
uiahds, with thq iwo@ wVleoon to be constructed a hard- and number. anag bher populatlO S
Sotf alfninon, M Is .. public highway. Thi paved greaterentr. ae of properous and
% iks miiuch If not W *1iI W five or miore ileslIn %ell-to-do people than possibly say Sugar Fraud Deelen a
tki .. .-.here in the and is within a very short other city of thoe same omise In the
I oer. t.' hage, ce from any point on our tract.t ol th. YOof sugar trust b false weighing
('lit iltives, "o advantages of such a road ill What an Acre Produce& tarndg I" nthe witases chair yeatelf .3511' In the fig1woighing fraud., It

^.i .-,,. te for s pasport dor Oslasevwle sa Pe tert los t
..irI i", n beo,.l se enIlima ki nt rerasorbastionni T re i two large hoelt.e h day a e ertltei m ofg od e b t e hod 100 por of t." declawo d A
bota g -Amn*tfte0 oil and from f leld to oma rrket, lW ei g ed6 s t M 1 Oi t e @ at t d a te thn o b.

all frtltra ''" e oa .....happy guests. iThe *newoot andeg Am eri S ua s bing feot s omat erda at the o lo n as of the
41ih lb: al terminals b hard-urfaced hot of Joseph NMeMson, an aua0lste
I a f ap11 1 stq It may-be well to Mention house, owned and operatedmby MamaJeA M aIsf# elaser snh '
lr. of the is trit begins within a mil- W. Thomas, one of therleadig a. m batitt his M ofthe mited .ti ew al
in grat qthe cit limits orf Gainesville ;r. . k etof t t heciy An acre cCOWLt

"s ,. o^ at s iefditln <*. trt eei esse idasses.. lo a ne i __. - a a/ei :
ah :.ntzge distance to the city could be ground In the r ear of Major Thomas' PH"" Isad that o e had ever MeMahmaIs haed with th tal
i'a. :1 ht 1MaI SS 2J walkedwithin a few minutes elegant residusce supplie"s bi hotehd-Maytbing to do with the uli wo*hig of a arop -d lsbrought
E"id ml :iiants10211111an" part of the tract. with choice vegetable product sa l" a g or (ewa of no sM. HO did metfre mOtrot OsatW 1s ts the m11
1iA..iII (o.1Almoot '"t b the sof& desire of our com the table that to t by the- WMhie remember paying 11t mey1 to esyl61 Claim. iM* Decmber, 1M. biatadl1
;'(*I. LII MKpe em 9 I nduce the highest tYpe of houe has wonn (or Itself fame abroad. t laspatOra a s61 11 tquss111hadeely d ru(lophIo, la "* |is"impo rter bt
l 1tir co.a1, matisem to buy and locate here. The At "onesvllo Is located the U.- to h1,01t1emprmts11114130d11a te 1 M with Mcld aem. tailed to ap0paW
to d,,i % ,Iito a tC* 1. bthat we have iht of the verptity of lorida. several years ago elo me.M. Re baM ed Jieveolag dod sad his $W b balsl I ddecared
itad. ..cure a w d W hav the ri ht i State ppoiteS a board to aythigto t 4te Gesonrmlt forfeited.
| terniatlne upon the hethiest and NeO out dr ds t M hai or hIta s Ied
advantagous location for a SeMorfr oeftIase (te reovall ofsy ay sa It M it worth ereW to s eMMeO *0
University and the remit W"dm th4t tom slow I frmo toefde aham to ft.e mautr what t i-
R e,.. -" t Have vil-t-e a apetd In this ta oWk tp"utBte realed h amwi s t ad. ii- WI N sDOW-L
dredh .thy looking Y t
scrfb iun&s I branches. SPd uipped. o`ys Rewa r

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Wistrt dThursda in Iskas ONTOv
wfth the dentist, having medental
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Mr. sadmrsm J. It. ?.uphinsspent
latst ubmwAy n lulsad arme wIth thet
d. iabgher, Km RsA. Dppomm
J. 0. HarmyasA tNMW the ostrw
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lmg. ,with monin sI.pisand roe.
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annostr r'Alashua aeov 4 Phib
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L* I" #A. amalgebeaabe&.

AN"id.q Mse-upld diffusion of hia
A** $ : I* theeoil
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1I-7g tbe a 4p4ouiddeit and the iastidious, th
t~s ~L s. *towatlc smokeless device,&
fl ~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i gwa 1is. 5 various styles.
stomtte 11W. lp"1wDeerlpi Crtl

-sa4etonl use o A~tox'

hi'm" _0 tse tiWe.*hbowat bit 40". -IIRM 'etq-1,NO- HOW'
~:~'~ ,~~S9SV IlTo EXECUTION
h~WIUBar band Cetlaolutla lie.) *kis what"Is creating such a great
meal for pibsing done our new
4010x** Now -Had- 11101Ma"1*q36. NO# b075$WhiisMOP ty little feature is given the
I I A . ', o r t h '* t a t t e n t b o n a n d 1n 0 p i e c e o f w
jus gt *W~ussithe aseodl qt5MOAmeri. 14sdb i hg"'d* 'lPS '~oyg4to leave our hands un
MAtvhatiNrA4but ft was swoW 60t I bm~tooGS vuaoy i* dt IS estetmly Inspected to seet
ase sm ow~tm wt whe aMW 1as I" sfoft phawo ftsto SUM up to the high standard
Ugbt you. # obobl asqdpdees tthoU 0411WYOUhae avoe st. -We're gol n'some."
wibthemus I~I~a Wie. ~ te O 1em~Yeshav bsus BM.~ -KOME KLEAN KLUS,
dime 1W awhoahsy Wfo4.. 4 sW hlreant% atoh VWh"oi-
.. t amr o ys ~em~e at .u SL Liberty S1t. Phn
A.UUS~"townw *oeteeib
Tb. M0%PAeViarhsp omiet eI"".of. d-lm
bown node to Ionto

00,0 111111V a 6 b weakis U bno a MEuropean Plan.
ast fhew dwelt. w eiia t" W U S, ow$ ebFM'tad jV S"aRin.
05.6as the Wind Prmi5.IP-i 09160froM @35U3 @B.U S 'Ask;i. raw(fcrmorly the Acme)
at The Aa wlopla NP ohd otf" lbdr.1ua Lst ___
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lbo Book* esa the1".to c"t It @1. but Typowrftr TIMiM. rSae1111 4'6s thINCONETIN
fftOE ait PV WoaS wareof t thIS 5WM460'"w bAft tmhe au.0100CFEI CNECIN
to haTV bureaWMIdof ucotldo _90 stg4pvp4eSSftb,-AV 515 _"d tolIan" eDemos, Prop. 0eo. Morfo
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MI to Be to VsotMai e S urtft V 460 6tatd$.0 e
thP ~ ~ ~ al Ingt 150 am"Wth te own dSLS OU Rtowe 7and $1.00 per
tw hw Iththeoe ompam theSalaM* 8L htft4-w a51. am TakeCars at Union Depot IS
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biblerpUme tl am 1ears

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the sie Urn. o Wr fit C" pgt 00 Oth
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wboo ethe Friesh mmdc a 5"it bse
so atmpt o lawSandeO.6t Milt ia Inm
113 a Whiling Was usedat vubalmr4
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the Wouda'l
te proaut. of r
ed the naoMw
to Yo. -Z,
m operate with To
a special trade tot '
Sthe date decided& a 6. 4
your members
sMles. We would
and, if yo,
letters printed frI
loth to the wholtolM id T
regular system of 08I
au well as the uf
ales will enable
i at once what the prot i E1
we make this offer bOf-iwth
of aiding your o "O o 'M
sertment for our bwIo it
t you accept the q 11
p ith the rele 4vt
Sto relat the event
* Chrintmas holidays ""
h band, and we would aju*At
t day of this month -a a iary
day. and in the *VH that
Is decided upon it wl. -be
Yr) to tak,, immediate actioU
s *Ill Ie leased to )hAne a
pI). Very truly years,
etillel Hardware Compmy,
Per C. W.*Swei

*The Ladies Acoelk.

SrT he Woman's- .p a
1o10 T 1.% c (lu rch aoCepty@V'
agen~-tirous offe&-1'qa
em b.'eijlr &,.1.
ShLLit,,uladies wil. asis
l 'ahlam, .from., l
I -~V~,Hamptog, Nra
? t. t tI'~rCjotjb Umts
4 : &Mo.ts11Mr
1 ~ rlter f oit eb'd
hdio_ 1:ap~pr*GM* 4#M~
Oile ir i~ lii rue Mmi-Agb4' *
31, aud *layg~
Very triu, .
A 1'. MoURQ#.;
(;W1do 1l 0fV11.






TYe an make no mistake if you select
i tlele of hous.-furnishing from
llre for your Holiday Gift. There
bh-lltd dsaof artikek here that will
S s ot seceptmble Ua well as appro-
gifts oAd wii b4 lasting as well
-~sioiml to theory receiving tlhi.

er Tam $1.50 to 35
t rs......$1.75to$5
Lamps....... 31.50 to $5
s .............$5 up

r~| Osamte-so-a th oWih.
.m Ln a ---

Je S m a co.
{IIU -llftE tt

"liquae #lay to Be Offered for Pive
PITformanoes by the Original
New York-Chicago Company.
Henry Miller's associate players,
!.'t~mous actUng-ast that swept
"'Th. Servant In the House" to an
OVrwhelming triumph on Broadway
two years ago, will be seen In Jack-
4aville five times this week In the
pIy they have made so famous, and
*ijob presents what all critics call
a reincarnation of Christ on the stage.
This is the first time in the history
of Jacksonville that a great current
dramatic success,- presented by the
original New York company, has pla).
ed such a long engagement in the
Pterida metropolis, and this fact alone
is a suffielent guarantee of the great
isrit of "The Servant In the House"
and the celebrated company that plays
It. This company is being seen onl>
ia the large cities of the country, and
(otf engagements that permit the in.
aabitants of the smaller nearby cities
to see the big company. This conm-
pany has Just ended an -ritire week's
b gagement in Atlanta, and has play-
ed week engagements thil.s season inh
Nashville, Memphis and New Orl.ans.
the engagement at the fuiral The,.i
tre in Jacksonville begins tonight, I)e-
cember 16th, and continue: Fridlay,
Saturday and Sunday nigiits. ilh a
special matinee on Saturday.
ror the accommnixlat lon of ou .of-
town patrons Manager .mines II
Dticber of the lhnsal Theatre haw
Opmeed'a mall-order department. and
eqiests for eats will lIm filled in the
order of their arrival. when acconip
aatod by a remittainc-. The' irlc'
range from .5c to $l.'*,.

'I'HAWTHORN. Dec. l..- A eddihg
eoM ny Was performed at theb bornme
f5, P. Totasend on Wednesday, the
.pU0"Ull1-lprtiles being J. J. Moody
iMdN Eva Towitpend. The bride
prg a pretty white silk mull prin-
.l.l.Am"@. trimmed in 13ce amid gold
lsimaRta, whblle the groom wore the
oSestiatlnal black. The bride ii
WVll ad favorably known here. and
&t roo is one of Helmnore.' most
Ipane yd youag men. They received

ife number of pretty and useful
4eag4ts. The happy couple left at
4Todhek ta the afternoon on the Sea
PrM toe their future' home at I el-
We wlah them a kim life of
gUe BdmpiseBs and prosperity.


W eneilm atbeb, capediswi wal
mm fIdtily. Try it lC.
alld f t atSReOMa Or
om I M Mowery MDey prit
SMh n a se s. Weearry a we
m-s s -ts* of the beg ppeW
111111" atn o n "broll
es aalpo


JES' a little bit 9' felIer-I remenm.
ber still-
Ust to almost ery tfe C ttmtas, like
a youngster will.
Fourth o' July's aotla' to it; New
Year's ain't a umti;
East.r ua.my. cit'rt day-jea' all
dead in theshel*

AND U*KA& T OUa xt.Kn.
Lordy, though, eat bto know,
to 10t u WS Agar -
The old folb wel lk s tory af
Shout the d a dear
And ftaty A fe the red
All wrapped Is liv ad fu-
Long aform

vlda V twwake aor

little steia t ad moth.
a- r atti' asr
Duaias' Maim aSad lea' in the
d-seky mkig fAla iM

Pap gap and wader wIr it avu
the money wVet
And quar'l with his ftted heels
and spill his lilalnst,
And we a-dreamin' sletlgbells when
the clock u'd whir and bas-
Long afore
I knowed who
santy Claus
SIZthe firepltee and gpr how
old Santy could
Manage to come down the ohiamblo.
like they said he would.
Wisht that I could hide and wee him
-wondered what he'd say
Ef he ketched a feller liyin' far his
that a-way.

at=XM mt ruiRi3cr.
Iult I bet os nhl ad Ukd 1d M
uasof he bd
Turned toptm e n tihea 1i
ay: "k a-hereb. my la.-.
mere's my aek; 'Jo he'? ym'
lk pe hasds d-"-
long mdn
Ibkoved whe
baty Claus m

W *ia, m it 'pMr t e.
Truthk mods auo le the eim*

Re M




keasyto fi ,ukam~
isworth.o" a
,by hsaurhggood dgsis.Kdl~a"

Kodol iusures good digestion by
absolutely dupliatlag Natur.'s
normal process. In perfectly diget*
tag all food tak b Ilto the atom
While Kodl is doitag thia, the
stomach Is reUang-ad becomuin
stre M and healthy. A s&trO N a
hIalthy *tomaeh grantoee at
aouad ad active braea.
The man with a mud stomaob
-, stomach that is doing r the
oy Just what Nature lat"e4
It to do-a the man who sla ala
rp "fl tor 'slr mexye. 'Ie
Is '1he wt the pomiL"
Th ma with a lick toma, .
a six stok I& p.o waMW. u
stoach In t rated by undigested
feed, the blood and habit a" t*
sUy acted. Ton daltea A

to special effort by
'stimulants" doesn't
or aeeomplish any good
does letingt. Indigestion V
serious ailments which It
ca .be averted and corrected 4
by natural Mans.
Kodel supplies this natulit -
means. It perf4rtma the atomnok'
work tor It-Jut as the stomach
phold poerorm It-while the atom
ach take a little rest, "for the
stomach's aNe."
I Ow Gn~l aw*tm
e* lb WOM eat a sm at a s 6*~

I Qat
Id~rb 00 dew^ h iv loutpo -Ut Ua--
bwbgS aemc 4.'row-s~'& h? i


ow, 'I el

-S.. "S

l146 Tom bl"a CA 0 hl
CliHmS t my Ja tonight ad mba
ets' o to tll
l t t then nan au old Ikaty,
o that e lostoa wsell
r, half tl dr ta his utee w.
eWtearM t f hIi--

1-t, .,.-h
--JUame Wltd-uk Rfe.

Don't let the baby suffer rom oo
sema. sor eor any Itchinf of the aiM.
loan's Ointment give Instant rleot.
Vures quickly, Perfettly safe tor
(hlldren. All drugglists sell it.
ep o7 ow ar o tae wn UMdt
rhwV .ay he aottaS dvMouw d
osloS c c lot~s I .to yM
rolos aU tat tor w9t aeft
room t(roufahS ol seMeOd ad. to
ThM fa.

omew to am
Wai No. 8, W Iftrimlmm'fteto 9L
rdebart ~w" Mont i'fthrie"
hous ypterday. I" P"e
U "tie 1 othr tai w ak g


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Prompt peroUM attention
given to.all bualneou. Call
and see me when you want
anything in my line . .

Bobert M




IK You. Have Not

Ara* Rciwed one of

ow Special Cutalogues,
Mi~r $POCW Sutbem Z

Gift for Me.


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of High-Clam R
Y, Nov. 25th. I
bi in the United
M of both Cont

SiStakes and I

W# 0= alo

bw ad t~htMA" 0.rM mI

bei s b emost ONO~ b qI

Wb* I~tbIt4
the ostoedt -*Im
of AM owaXw
k S M9%ItW IhOw. ,

?J.- **; o ;t

yourself as to
the best people

that racing brings tl
to the State.

,:Vice.Pres., (Ilen.M
Patterson, F. P. L

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pq1w 04.
WtVA q 4$
A ~SW Uywui ~ ij9smo
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.wow wouh vemrpas iS t"bcme i-
me pqb OeWONhM bii Rs a
~~ U~ ~Nby- ?an. b oId 446i .WA,34a ht
tm ow sotatzmstI v *Ali e v bsr atme O e
b DAmbIt mosvobw e loiftcolhlabw
a Ono" W or a WN' atpanIofmo Oip
Yon W, w Ibow"a.bUw9 n iwhIesbobhof ftt 00.4 WOW
It i_"'St i e0000s
S bIs mom lip ly to4~
b" It ewbi IIVtFuW*=a

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gt'ed win ttC

.aof Gii3OfA
is asurance O

IBluff to (3

ordered J
York for 0h4

mmen ba

M e Pnin yp et
pperty WAS

,d Moyer Waed
A IqSantity St.

mw oaaldas

ops for bIM"
lbthe milro@A V

+ackng houe
Mpseted alI
Smuaid to be
houses in thoe'
tr the South
wers As ociatleq

Sidtizens of Ora
r for another auth-
ie about thirty csr 0
I. This Is to lie
, race or speed e6o
ie trip to advertluj


00hAo* IP- A-Mee*.e



all quite Slowly down
isfeese, seal and plaoe
M he pa utry' *shade.


- -

Aia" the
A Ferguson of
at anchor la
Orange Park.
m r. Ferguson aid
UspWeed iu that itr "

0 Vwr Busilneo. *:..
IThe Ohio Farmer ae J5 f
pt that a man wlo hon+_ ,i
h well eIough W
l I, and takes pna Mr f
WIN Ia a ,

I We wish to addi
apples to ay
MI. Not only thMtQ
ay business tha
Be enthuslale-
2h0bbors may ea f
timber that c -
I *ece or eab
tOtes but In the

i Homes.
r number of
)C" country i
any other

"rit ,, ( f her
! h + aL- I

h 1ould I. a credit
ery ".. the


lit *

a ^ *the
*s*, lp

I \ ':. .,Is

', *
EL "- 1?

, I sMt eP-telt .
o isn deloiolui,
on buttered bread
prove propitious.

4b aFireer s.
p rts of the south for years
s ctlviH war It was Christmat
~l .e rort otf lly that w4s
0r Arecrackers. Every
| 1ril iinrlald In large
4 wonerackers, and the small
F LT' elt sadly alighted
74 uatlesio he found at

reek a thing as a are-
begrth of July was u-.

astored to Its
*Wpr. eime-Hy.
mm^^^^P-^~^^ ^ ^^^^^^^^^^

aHsMbs am M bet Is of
iemi their ve e m wo

WhSr the oird ut

Ofi White's Crma
a-9ele son worum. It
1rMable. Pr
tle. Sold by W. N.

soft- Wtre o reLiblf

p oleatgaeffr bm
went .cosd iloet or
1,4 a Ibok Baof eb eed ks '

e( the ltt tcery tod

4) a aeto g pw4e1 Oltbet
r, J o asIe re-d

sp B eid ao t W *a"l
o we iger.-fsedoe"

yew toi w
WSW y r ea

toe atfler

t the eta*'
aouary Iotaai

rm suit thei ar
il~g doIhk
*Wbme Milkenr arth

"Onel b twe v
Amthe wehitbenacmst.
a rlule the nego"ifh
tha in ork~~dle

time e"d eemtga o i
Is Itrest sad

~Their Ow
AWfJM gis*ehq
oakbaa esqas.".

IfWe. If ow loll
whleh Ave beg m I

61.4w the

MFeeIf Athv .qg

Oliam to ,I..
Intmeet In Slel9'
The coloned peosesa gC jbaa
county take a rt t
In their schools sad v of
the colored pubfle beob P
In Alachusa county Is far t of that
of any other county Im th)tftte.
If the negro Is a farmer this
county be grows bottom an The
probabilities are lat he Fu "rn in
a cotton field and that hed*se to
follow that industry to wh4' be i1
beat adapted. Corn. of esto, to
grown, but cotton Is the eoloeq ManM'
cash crop and In Alachuas 'ty "the
colored man is happy drtie g eat
ton season. He know how go t
the staple and he rVy f -lty
which brings the beet pri e to tte

Ip this way the colored poetlieNU
of 4lachua county is adding to the
county's wealth. The snero is needM
here to work the fkrao and It s just
at Important twr the Trmer to hive
him as it Is for the phokphate miner
or tke naval stores operator to es
ploy him In the carrying on of those
great industries.

Altitude of AlIehu. County.
Thoee who qome to Florldp for the
benodt of their health a ually
great stress Upe the o atIte of tho
country. Tkoos vWo bave been led t
believe that Alaba emoty tab le
and marshy ane labortain adr a M
Ipprehealom. By Otl olINtM
of competeat eaglsea etlevatle
above the level of N O at duller
points I this eaty wr as oad
be as tfows: ata e Lakdbe. 2,
feet; PIteblho 1&o Las. 6( feat
Payne's Prame, or Alaes take. 1
feet; Lohboola Lab. M eut; Qgab
vitle and the wnetera sw t oAlabe
qoeare over Mi IMI -b oe the te*v

ed that the wa s l t sh pan rt
or da are. neeirmly ew sad ta r
between. It is do iOhri&one to
my that the beakMhflaem of Oleaeew
vile and Alaebha eOsty is so well
etabtoshed that Ib O malvrally
rfcogalsed and esmsied

~o "a o away dbwatsiwith Thg
state because yes we so cb ua&
land. Beair ItsmiWd t hero an
inllooi atrem of "afew-Ml0 Is
this tate atega be fid amyshr
&ad It Is mON heM IfabuisuePrirwe.1
The e Is.lads s"d mudy OW w ay sot
appeal to Yombut lekok Abowou sad
We WWat heya* Ip Inse.Do m09
be baY t euE PW Sikm

Too Cm umn mimm
Palo bogte* Inin eftWO
age at mametha#W% ~hASWU604.51
for an kwei.0 bbhd sd erba'
i omeb Ibms rWhi 0m T iivaduwom
tbvc we":am maww youi
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9ft ugieto remap this ypeat. $ee
ftr the Sabo ef glma

W- w h lumo arsfIN
44617 iroatvshe tsUI

Per Uwthe Is *bem Is No,! be replig

ase did bIr s0eslme e bowrly ems 'i
by buisse Pv nItreu a"e 9s10M.
00e WeW Ai bew hW4IsOWs WmWs. sdo

3lowMMa Mss a'" fomi

Amd as erlmsak uno ditba@*WMahi

mend isb l ft I*

IheP=~ss slowsa
Aid b if e SNo I*

Yhg me* brad sue ad tba
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ngthening tunic

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'~~ -~ .~~ 0 b00ibthe 6Wbet tW j~li.kIDKcaesf
:to *0 own he ais, they th0
4 e~b~shM.to h **isk In, subh muJIt"
.a8flit 0.o i_
tormjS ~ra g'~rkm A rr5fitii Oll

*~* bash, blot ad 0~ beaks ustang b01P&ofballUn d in and "NT s~ouiae Txun t.4M,
rocky04% Aa jpI S uram. "Of 4010 a" WhU ftteelm grhea 41tbfu0a ye0e,". i4Q
ant te waers f the hato &a ~ way, of 9l~kt heU6 up* Uallen oits uhis* c91G SUP !O55tt
0 Me driva ft MOM.

h~ll, ~ th t0oI te9 a- nmjyr te for. tse, "wga i4 os Oead w Ownhe
r* iA bWim wih vies W fornot ~,*jin
ljar ~Ci`peteiv ap~ fid Shnr ., rRkm4Pl~ to? herofnititroISIUS4Ut

aloi*, aw.-to-, voed with 'a Vy~yta elb~r 5ta hc isa.Aste aaglvok
ford* WbegbU&k rths.,which was-i vdentat &tL tf Idwas thereCUfeet In rcUmferene, =L# so
bubAs steack bftg jubolv4M%,

norkiH bean# sports, a dark get snC belag iitiw4 mIbh three use etbwest at aIaLeo
ovelgosrbthen earthesas$=nt'er pe 101i 4 Pointres", O i
of Ver~ythre grt Wde.orout vet he reindrods
and berbaceous pliats. Ikev ienek ul.hhr f
forest trees earromailg sthe basin, by tho othe rocks Inthe s two in that rianktj ft.'f t our'to Ave f
* their vrat height sad spread, so-of. semi' the center and the other one near In dwineter. to, the city Of Otlnft
factually .. h.b waters cow RYA imuchhigher up 11" th te vine there te hundreds of kandome
gInssuddenly fro the open plalle. w tw'so w h as coduo aks fro ttwo and a hUalfto rV
We 1tD Iat one. sut sa I drkethroft% thecer water. The bel sfeett I nLeerhsis th one mile
orrtt, w or- limase we ovsk & oth rouruw d where rES

clear. Wbea we ac ~~ i lasseme veththeoterwhee mn~fy gmaolia trees measuring hully
* the billswe perosive the groA~lathe Wsighboles ot Rubts am ImseTh~~reefeet In iiaueter. majdn the
bi uNevenby roW dswelhlm p~oU rocs am eeftned byperped 152141andof )Mr. Fresse nothretbof ibOUA
m g -ath e8M tas Sr. eve siltfedcity, Isa Vine tree at lea Ave fee id
4110"O;rt MAW, 0 11"M b. as kimW. ben See SW bWWY'~'r

by AU As U roabf the tall, Nod t hs of a smam ort waledwel Many tres*#o St &stW two aad b half
a ens is"a"0 vwh its lut a e other, iwi abtss* o in tno awpasO,
ln~ aIwt JpL~ mbayr, Aa ~ forplim a piast Freel oep *r ia thall-re ato are i resa trem
'*rvi 1 '40K lot-in dis"Ste ea.p

Ld J4 opLA ;;;;;i 0 byler fste -jabs and from to Igh e-diameter.
'.4i6 ethek MCA" hr wh eme, VKo ." The -aia btthe forces ae r lIvw
~ ~ ucvatlenwftnes of what the noofl Aleabh
aIds1 rt*MrgpMrb5UL, et ..ieat~,rb m ecayaor ts arattfr

Ab* da stift abf Gahkes FI tepVvjifo mdo ". eMN
thhtepop of Noh"N Vf We blt 1b00 a6 aste*eal Uh t Maladies e"Os
b, aaira, ~ r~rll( r~l0, dr
eboil, Oelka r b~r b t~roai trt rb~gr arths:bnitI

ILI With "0 1010" ae at "4.4 1 it i s f s
tr s u a aa Sam at 6lm Srta to 11, Md ai., .jor, 11 bi rin ~ Drw
miaWrikflrtlmU&Pi* S 5rwr rut akbr biadl w Bhh t v.' iC~ aais dsl. .m.tLn ebb~
wLro w---.y~ .w-r -l wirbth trei ~se fetssimi -hgr5 rs t4uId a~llu ts-4 ISm

N.., uvprw~vo Vi* gtssdkMAtb
IMPWeAdlU.'406M St %%the kr60t1

V" bto theWAat g".~ am
vh tat eA*o $Mi* lIAehi1e
SPA ela:met tewto
be Imdee9eUwfb 414 *O
ba'-tom theMemo mrfawksobut ym
UM Oo am' U~fotutty: tb*Oug
a*sheteae tW. t *r as &be*
tyke *rot anh Stbe "eslm WON
lbe mabm, i. OW ssbc smeat O
low the panow I9hbeel~

Ofthe~ow #Athegivr age
f Wet OW~tOL tpk
60, tmw demu *a m
AV-,s ~

4" besdo* t aw


aI at so d ftf
ati V fth".vm b" "0 Go"
ty suvw han Pat" adiet the deer.
111"ft 61111IMMI. raa Wu" -bU~stbpuntt hems the oths.'

ees"MINS *0thesides at var1o"s ofair. Ivemg"w.
beow le go velatOW a ,-101 WW, 4PW" togS Ma
IStb, "sbelWW. esg femgo MW Wba.1aaIlU 'is.at tl he troble Ob

be llre w a
knoaws Wbereas thetbuo Is m ado ofahejs it*utl.-Scss'
Stro5 m7WvbeW* ugh chesurface of AlS.'IM
the e*rthtor Mikes are&L. A remak.it-in g~gWf befeftftw
aSW featue of tUMls wnieuful slnk tosdef toldaIWee INhof. O W bema .,
that, whMs hr milesPaOMWUsE the Oa cbfliwthey ea*a.- -ell
growth of Umber Is all pba sal de Wile Otls.
Ithe HM M. ay be tejasEUmber -"infusE?'M dthe milkuseer
of &bow even wand %am& to leibi) e s *N "tysife I ittlMe" 4p f W
OAL Trees f eva 4essroi fes tem f*3hPU5
the dhuiW~A" ealr" to s lo.tw-eriss ~ rgl ~~scM
UNagmt'o ddd Mi 5i1 11 aal
*Ws di **A i"-1-snow "If.
rit m wfmim* ft" 0"a kmthe
I w heI"lh SmIM le

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-. tWo chIlrn, who "'re
OpIdwly gained fl.-A
hn I-I began to 2i;e
Sdelicate d.ildel
New Bedford,
thin little limbs roue


read it and
it made them glad
i 'E I meet a
is bright enough for
to talk I canct
A.tht but stupid thin'
ai 1 -ave a vis-i.e
and slow
*~l 0 wirttlest remarks I
be would never know.
I was but baby I
the most all knal
a all knowing rmee,
It I aeared maturity a
Ji e over that.
A M Vew I look as innocent
pMsy cat.
,A people, when they
anywhere, are not ,
With the idea that I'e a
that's different from the
Of ordinary minds they meet,
ever they may be.
kt that is not the thing
most distressing unto a
the thing I hate the most is
weary span ef life
bNI happened to me since I
tender little wife.
lhe's tender, and she's pret
; by jingo, in my house
Se rloes the whole establ
whilst I'm nixcumaroar
N OW. why is it. I woade
secursed freak of fate
sis settled me in this
mortifying state ?
Why is it that. whi.te'er I
despite n'y wit.
The thing that t'.::: bar
very oppost '

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!brsbut o'ye!f
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asdh things.
SAfar a abort rest, through which she
,Naah -gasped her Christmas saluta-
S she stood to make a short speech
Sbelnnlo bher gracious labor of
dtubrlstling the Sgfts from the laden
of asid la pact: "over sace I mar-
Im* Mr. Samta Cleas, over 100 yeasJ
, I've tried to be a real belpmt
't. I't vre never gses artued
eal rtalumeuts before. rye doe
SJ a ekgpm ad, so to
a *ood wife should. Now.
thia l ar batas been drssadf
-a-',, NWhy. Jt' tShi eat a
Md so"to the
ft the I, = ,et a
that ais M oe twd

before te powliC. 'haws
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is* ~lwy&now"ie tat I cant
ofaelewn a Year. III end
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Tatshbo ed the hobow'

The lawful kin.46 adetomee,
And, l.! Av41*
That kin bea the mub&We

tor a. aIt-l1. S. C. Tboy stand tot
RamnabBasutasCoIw. Twasi the Mt
aUmmegraw I ever bad."
The eld lady proudly ehIbIbted h
old thahlossiSolt elbater satchel &M
from Its i'iparkim depths distIA'tte
the polearsmrno'bafll. These were hem.
ad of wbIte cottv% and each whem'l
wrapped wa$ foumito '.inlaim a lys
a n tr. outThe gifts.upon thlbs
tm b ad basspeeioumy swumbO"*
sad the mawhaft 11auei to each Poe.
the giftbomheuseved Mrs.ftas
ownM OW a.m v ine ofhim baroe"
mwash uoe m~ van"" w b ewm
se auiNVqp wu du
no mevsoftwas am Of Pat
ma sandnd s. At Ieke*aeI
Ilam 01410 ws a I vteo ov-elom
6K while 0*etheftllNoIm" Ow
to o vma ht jo. lam OMNI i
t ahwsydoemeisdaft e wbbme g

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Olaadm swed d140ft "m far f",e.
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let VIVW my morveless 4 too is
1 *10 gsoasfoe Mpe-to bovsme Mill 0.
pest a Mgopw g airustqrse uSlav
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musd to. 6e at all Isra ha.imn
brmea. A tIIarmor aipail

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NY ot tleoalbow* vebans
&voldadby IrnTOMlWIn ft est& A O oo
the poweern bbeor.Kws kvmbegh
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VO. XXVI, I0. 268





C a 'ti r e. st-
the Brat
NeZl14rywas well
-Pt dt4 the spe-
em, of literature
whikh has come to
Sbe known aPaCbrist-
Bass ft efect a
m ^^wteaet lodg-
meU t in the hearts
of Iwagilsh speak.
lug mankind. The
aseegnit parable
plays aid the
r hymed holiday
legends of the mid.
IRvnrt. d16 ages ard still in
use on the continent, but the more
secular minded English bad only the
rile Yuletide jingles and the quaint
carnol of beef eating antiquity.
contrary to the prevailing notion, the
inventor of the tale with a distinctqve-
ly Christmas flaver was an American.
It Is likely that It would occur to few
Amerlans and to no Englishman to
dimnt if It were asserted In their
prwence that Charles Dicken origin.
iatel the Christmas story. His name
b s; inheparably connected with so
mc shrin l In the popular-heart that It is
small wonder the mention of Christ-
I ~ s uggests him. The credit of the
liter:iry find," however, must be given
to another., man who was at the end
of his thirties when Dickena was born.
twh hi 0flnt s, IliAd awny to Trafalgar. who lad
TrlmIrl sir Walter at Abbotsford and
hld ':iAtivlntcd him and who was aft-
tliardl Beiretary to the United States
leci n I, I England. That..of course,
ire.i Wa'hlington Irving..
Iring's first book, "The Sketch-Book
of Gi.ioffrey (Cryon. Gent.." had pleased
Tor *yuody. so much so. Indeed, that It
'i, r.Imhlnished by John Murray in
L.'1 l andel tnrnslated into several con-
S1 e:t'l l:1igii:ges. Both the publish-
tfr :mIl the iuhlie were urging him to
<*, 'ino(thing equally meritorious. No-
b 'y r.:ll7.eid more keenly than did the
a i.4r (f, th exquisite work the dim-
*, *f iro tml iln Its mate, and he.
mI l n to I0 driven Into miedl-
r Tlihr,. y'.Inr later he published
", ril;e. iHallt." and the chapter of
.ti "'" irpl.'e of literary workman-
*, iilt ted "('hriatmas at Bracebridge
ll' cAei tihe pioneer holiday tale of
ItKli.b lilt-rature and has faurmished a
dhi.r fr "lbiequent etionista which
e s thorn been equaled and sever
tiIE1 d Its easy grace and fellcty of
"PWim..41, were a revelatlog to every-
ey ill thhe days. and the wonder
Id 't charm are potent stla.
Willam Makepeace Thackeray, I -
'r of a r-elIsm that la the wooder and
S palr of those who haWe allowed
bI y nheeded no
mL&I and chome

Iittus. Ball" re. I
1bu 1 not hing
r 1t a atlv ed i
'b 1l of sny
*rier MEa. g* ,tT
nke VIA plead
I n. but never

ery hiimsult M AWM AIIE
a'rmt of a.r thie a the St the
tt _remeq to believe that It was

ftt thalt Vauty VaS" had j1

lmb T ism T rhsl w ~e1s
t rhad 50

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ly aonuabbM bin faith lia spetrtl sap
pearace. Many of his tales are Iw-,.
pled with dinembodied spirlt.i arl they
are like the gbosts of no other writer
They are the splooks that appeal to omne
and make one bellere In their getulne-
ness. They are frequently more real
than the living characters who 4onsuort
with then. Although they are dead.
they condnet thbenaelves like living te-
Dickens' t'hrtman gbowtw are unique
la the realm of literature. Oft all the
silent ab ipe that
Sh ave been saum-
j0, moued trome Ibe

chantment to the

beco me arll lat-
ed. There is sv -
or anything rer
pslive abosi
Ame. They are
IAgm a@ most cempa-

m il m Iepsrir l, ut are n i -
saoly seoOtL d They ms a I*
MIMIsdPbos Ste sfrt" Ulm
1a so"m inerin6At &eS aOtoI

we atn tsoi r (Wo r e Lt
04 vag p.~ whea we we
1 lue me & a eot
S jm pw thePeseainr 4t 0IU;

sso am 9sl1ea fe a1e e theo

that exlqutlia i'o- e, "lkemasn la
Camp" land hail hluois lh~irdt to express
hi admiration of IIn the met tsea.
erous terns. The i.in novel't do-
edarrd that the work of the new Amer-
Vian writer ioIntlise I eea h subtle
itkes of workimanshbl as do uther
writer In the langule haid yet e-
hibited. And then he asked, with a
humorous gleam In his weary eye.m
"Do'lt you think That his masse i
rery like my owUn
MIke IMDkea. flarte had a gsnolm
foodme for, the dolas Ct Tlti d.
One who knew hbli beWt yl teat lp
to the last day of his life "le theaM
mark of the Christa amaim ad4 to
the last kept up the f"ad Sai aib
rcutom of am tlg gener'sm priWat
rt, hi frisads." lBetir lapprid-tte i
Eam nad thin a ble aStiveO eNtr,
flarte spat the Ister years of le
Asbrmed bt hibs street we e* to e IMt
distlctlvety Amwrtras tIls ad
trade petfoneaaWe set 9 s0
asts Cie Came to tfupmem's sw*
there is me ver of the 44 wwM
Ckrislmie and Jobay. rMelett in Ie
sate sad -tri-s. Is a yueeg Aaheas
of the m"at i IMiakable -at.
Two ot e mas t srta itgy dIse

*I PartIP .'"
Thb tIs I aof
a a wI bhor*se
i~- mw's s9le.
'lThe je,,n -ig.
teal Is 4W

p~ybo~gl m stdythat drive'sall fr"
mawteaarnct of the blessed -sues bfrftm
tbp iminad. its gkats are not the sin,
e'iabi. and saUy kaboulod apeopke of
f~chene. Tbey mre termless sad
mepoy &amd al pervudlugr. TheY ame# Th
femarsawome aertue#bat r~wIneflowthe trig
Id vapors of (Uuruwsaa msyuIkem.alied
they mu a de e& 1.1s09stil P1kA 'tunin
gdmlsturo of New boaglnd tranm'sw
deatalafitu. is.a massofplsoweine9,",
eWptiSgsd is ttreeatw -ose, queslosa
at all awmt that-b" "tdo"t d m gtawm
the yle lp Cg glemanbightly eW
$ead a beitef bte' to fthe i'teami
Mary lumeN MltftrE daft ma"dea,
ina shasta. All of hu(,r Crsmas chat"
&trim are SeA and leatd pNO. Goe sd
lhey are DanOf St t 1e O sat tht*I"t a
stay odobaod se.t ey l." lia"ChrWs
-sa Party- is ofdoor to IItas amI
maamhip as oanbkttg .bb" ver e11111
ffree. hr carefulpea. a that Is SSY-
log murk. It is a-O t1 al adSO&
oaggtv. as a paaltin. a*4 Its las*
OWW is Oas seet igall tow ds1000
m"arwhisk sOMape. ohmaOwhe este
of a patpot$ jew i 310 .4 ar th
&Maser .a# "aidtime cabbWetIs POW
04-41W tam. pervasive adarofs49W
ad so" wrm old do"I lovU.

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mom pfyew Jso w lowe. Or We
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[OarWtMht, IM. by Amerlema Pr A
The gathering of *M salts,"
ly known as the Harbor club. wals
asesaon at Captain Truman's atore
down by the dock. Outside the wt
howled and shrleked throogh the
ging of Ihe flet of eoftItf
warped alonlide the hlp st0 i:
what, and uncooaselosly the
hitbhed ther.ebalra closer to the
an a oereer blast rattled the wtIdowi,
During a temporary lull in the ataoe
Cap'n 81 Tuttle broke the sUlsec wtth
the following narrative:
"'Twas Jestl eh a Christmas m
an this, along back In the elIbtlkan
when I was rounding' old Hatteras lm
the good ship TirubhAn. You ugul.
,et her, don't you t Itslled from Ou1 ,
plort and could uaseak tbrougf h ay, gal
that ever blowed.
"In courseP twasa sow wet on do*k,
and the further we pounded aloug'the
rougher It got. and finally we bad to
turn and run afsr thb wind. NeIw-
saw Mech a gale to hang eot W6k
plowed through seas you told oWP'
gue the height of. And dark! TYe
couldn't see your hand afore yn lM
"There wan five of us almard,
we was lreltty well tuekered out
inirnlit', lull ldallilrht showed I0,
tili, andl. to mnke lhlthilg wus, a
NiI'W v ot iln. Keinctl m N If it tIt
ile to iunil t Imeinl as iI hit the
and fore Vyou could ary 'Jack
son', the riltin' was frose solid. Mi
douean imet will axes couldn't iv
ritl hlewo the daory.
"Aloiin almuit Ial helle the fut maiet
took olie wheel., and I went below ht
geot a lirnrer, when there come a h aIry
crsMh. Prtul both niants went by the '
S tardil. I went it"i the comtlinlonway
In Iwo Jiumps, but sfore I ren-id the .
det'k the water was pouring' Into the
fo'raitle in ferns. sand the ship beg
to hPave amsit wallow llkq a stuck pig.
"There warm' any ue trying' ft
launch h lhe cliry. even If we had hid
lime. and In two slabke of a dogl
tall the TIrxh Ann rose high on ltb
top of 1i htueO 'erntisr. eiilvered like s
dyli' IIln aiil lheIi. iuplitl head B1US
I.te',tl.lh 11w w eV with all on# botal.
<'lt|nilt MI N t1e1 imilt. na l mlelurely bit
off n "h1inlk ori t it ll it lh. when wIn0 e os
akui1. "lllw Okl ,r Mt nlwe?"
**We dtdhi'l" ldrwletl the raptala,
"Et,'ry lilam nii in' if it o iInI drowa.
de W. V. 11.

Christenms *uprtitloen.
If 'liratnl d' V iv n undrtv .
A Iroubloun wiltir we s*hll ee.
Mlnilme) with waters stroe.
Oood there shall be without table,
Pur thle ummnwr shall be roeasble,
With lstorms at ti me aioag.
WIseM that year shall all be soed:
Thf harvest shall be wet wih .said.
PN0t10l1 e tall many mtel.
ree that stcaess shall have paasd
And while get ~tempeatN lst
Many reams p peo deed shemu e.
Prinoee that er with rme shel al is
Tbere a e tsm*hll be aftsu e f as iW

Many w ives salM wl the
e11th er pa1 ma1 -pe msts.~
Ther t A"m sthem be abt o d,

And l ie (Iv M a aSift l

CU"in im 2 "e ai, M- as eothe.
AeM seap haser--4a abed del.
AM a *0e Ne a *rjMe U# we
Cm Mrws Maew oo M1:m

esigh wis ju1ige r Ml rg am

lop' *sre| -9 pe dub euia

the Wa if lWMIdMaI Je

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P ALK about the ira ls of a weo
uman wbow husband in lat
for dinner or doesn't come
when (he is expected." says
the woman whol) aas ad explrireuts;
S"It I annoying enough at any time,
but It is nothing In a trilised country
to what It Is when you are off to the
wilds somewhere and dinner and din-
am getting are two of the most Impor-
r taut tblap In life.
"When Mr. Blank took me and the
baby some years ago to try life on a
Tsae sheep ranch we found tbere
were a good many tiblns In the world
that we bad no conueptlon of before,
and life took on a different aspect. It
was a happy life. but It was not an
easy on., I bad to do ll kinds of
S houewwork. theb hrdt kind of house
work. and cookingt In a bmw ue situated
i a Texas hai(| rra isa not cooklug as
It In done even In a New York flat
We lrved chilly on game wblbhich Mr.
Blank shot as we ueded ItL Our yes
ektabli were all rned-peas. conr
and a certale number of things we
S kpt a always *e hand.
S "I suppose I ades myIself a gret
deal more work tha was Neesmary
sad did tw* asu m rb eooket, abut I
was used to eveything to etaste
,' tale. and t didM t meer to me that
I old bane things ln any otbtr way.
Ws always tad desert evry day for
dimmer. I mde eake, and preteialty
we V*d oi toth wids eof Tetas emetdy
i -we Csid hee.
"Wel. the day when Mr. Blank did
S not eome heso to dian was Noew
S Tear's Ther wasu et so weeh differ
ae betwea the days-they wwe aII
working daye-bet I had prepared a
spetal djoer. Mr Bltak was going
ff to the dipping vats. bet he was to
be baek at I o'clock for dIter, and I
prepared a good one It was rabbit. I
S think that day. Our nearest eighbo
won a ftely of Alstians whom we
knew very well and who had be
very kind to es. That morota before
beaktht Mr. Blask bad ridden oaer
thelMwo o balesH *e *om kind. They
lde omq ae to ele4 rate the day.
Sad of eemsM he mat act their
b wpt f and Sake a ua
*New. a Ue so eusgs Ia nt
eetly a bMfre bre*kft dra for a
mae who io n 0t a 11ua 4 ed to taktig
t at that bear is oth -e -I. -a"d te
eeq as a Ieag ea& It w as ew
TSSr ~do, ..... .... can

Iot. Wben Mr. Blank came borne be

could ot eat blo breakfast and only
took a few swallow. of M offE and
mounted ble borm and rode away.
"I went to work and cooked dinner
la my bet style. I had a little lI
satem for It was always worm where
w wers, except when a other ean*me
*p. Everything was done to perfec-
tioa sod redy to pet on the table at
3 o'clock. bt Mr. Blank did not come.
I looked,eet, but ha was aowwere in
ight. Two e'elet pinAi. 130, I
o'clock. and still be di4d Mt SOe.
"Amy oe woMd bahr appoed that
I w ld bare bee frgt hMsd aud
think something ba happened to ha.m
fa heta m of the mot Oeamaate
et e anM thin was a mot umassal
etn,.^m.. But I was set frighteeMd
It uythtg had happemled pihaty
the moe wMltd hav bre oht m wear
I had a ood d(aoer prepred. and he
did Not es and as New Tesr' day.
I gew erm aid mEe angry as the
time pased. atl by anh I wh a hard-
ly on a codl)it to speak. By ad by
he rode a Be seemed to feetd m
mood. Anyway, bin ba t wad wore:
"'I oppose ySI ar prvokWd.'
S *Te,' I saI. *1 am
Hwe a. a y thW and he wet
to to stake set bi haorM wtheWt an-
other wrd. It di 't is t ac b*w-
evT, and we ea to an aaatnd
"It seme that that qg taken
t o at t tingi he -s had
bees too mee for han. s had as*
Somse w1Ith asn l i.* W I hIIO to
eb Ue am bhe mftgm bhe

pair to
ot ta
fr tht
they i
ad tai

imply an Impossibility. The men
little shantty, and he managed
wl up them. throw Imeelf on
oor. and there be slept all day
rtbout stirring until nalght. whoa
a stept off the effects of the egg-
o not look upon eggnog now as
iD loaoeumo drink as I did at one
and I know there was never a
who lired through such a long
i I did waiting for Mr. Blank to
bome that New Tear's day In
."-New York Tiwm.e
is Now Years Custom of Ple.u
gatels of Srittany.
* caruoes and distinctive mar-
customs prevail among the Plee.
La s *trum me* of people W b
bt by sowm to be of Asiatic ort-
bablting Plougastel Daoula, to
ny. whoe are great strawbrWy fol
a. They am also noted for lan.
rying exclaslroly with eah o th.
i alliances. wbkib are esglhaes .
intermediary known as the ba-.
o, all take place oo oe day.
r tin Set Tuesday of the sow
The lasrlalMee start their can-
in September as o s the bar.
Sgathered In. demanad l oea e-
ot the lutediag bridegroom the
hf li tbwit e dct.
c*arthl too hee autbrtaed and
os witb adeor durtag the dark
W wblti follow. Las year tws.
e coopla Were married la the
church m Jan. &
r the eemoay come dainalag
ating. The gret dinner wbhic
red at the samerous n InMs beg
r'eto sad bws won oo to *Mu
ITh ft Mthe et1 to trip sad
Wrdlate quatity ot alko ok to
med--oe w* l* d to ktow
wkat rests
whole place i tat, and therm
vr fwer tha gu i i
the orgy the salted coople re.
Their asparate home. They do
ke up their ~lNt Uf at theo G o
la evealmg after the rice
Sde d ea" seemo feast. whea
ar a~rteb the brWdl cbas.
r a lag esatlageot eof groom St
md bdim t whom amp
km are0 pmenM d by the ewly
"._ -ft ,

ftin Wof whn I
blent, he 7"r"a"fr a slo
Stat in vim ama.bk I um

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In b this 8tO you get the largest oven; extra
large iurenb, puaraed fire back, deep ash pit, cut
log entstir direst firlation under oven.
The [cown is the acme of perfection in stove
making every tove under a positive guarantee and
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ACCOUNT of the very late season, we find ourselves overstoked e.0

l la Seasonable Merchandise which was purchased early la the seas@p

we are golag to make it especially to your interest to do your tradlag "tw.
TYou can buy the latest and best makes ain ClotMilg and Ladles' Suits right la I
heart of the Season for about oeaethird their real value

Look over our extensive liHt of suggestions sad
know that we can make it to your interests.

Suggestions for Gentlemen

K-mchbaum Suits
Nice Coat Sweet8n
Fi Tailre Troers
Fie Cravanett Overcoats
Woolen Shirt, 8pde Sox,
Shirts. (oves, Ties, S.oe, iats and
all kinds of Underwear.

For the Ladies and


come to see us, for

OW*bSU By srw5auU& Co. .s1

Nothing More Stylish

than Kirschbaum's

ancy tailored Clothes


Tailored Skirts
Tailored Coat Suits
Lovely Opera Cloaks
AU Kinds Shirt Waists
Sweaters, Children's Wraps
The largest stock of Dry Goods
and Notions that we have ever shown


South Side Square


iht. 1909, by Americanl
elation. 1


Y"Orag1o either-there at l1
the dorlrky f gOg ft
tage fin(lernanY a yvM wo*
11tb mmiulng ey44,&emua hilitO~
lod AD Invaild body. The hit
ofi thelilttle Village alkn iem he
OR11 trfl upq around erdora
ti torie, telling Im athe III
of Ai. .and theet, peteso
g "'i-In in tm USOM a*I.
fuI(Y that her deftt "PMer.b"
l''n:while they talke to.
b, i: C hi~elidren gtb ag
Shad mbiosrno.a
': 'Aof the wilduufs

(of the dW tjktl
Orekee a

kn cr tbe

thatisithin Ig..
Now w~im

m to tt
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t hat f l

Iv* la Ain
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ied mountains, the rrwttn ranks, the
noddlng flowers. Perhaps It was the
strength, the grace and the beauty of
these that wrought themselves into ber
simple work.
Then It came about-and no one was
more surprised than this child loving
young woman hernelf-that she found
berself making hundreds and hundreds
of toy anlmala, for toy buyers from
England and Ameri'a had beard of her
wonderful ducks and rabbits and bears
and they wanted them for the children
of their countries too.
And who, do you ask, was this young
woman In faraway Germany? I can
only tell you this: Phe Is known now
far and wide as thbe "mother of the
Teddy bears."


C IIRISTMAs h, the rarimto fort'
garrisoned by united Stater
troolm ever pwafe without a
cut and dried cOle srtiO. Prep
ration for the event is laile l Ub I
advance. Every soldier knows tht
something extra I sonlor to be hie
portion for that dny. Theb' ('hitaMs
dinner, with savory extras in the way
of food, is not the only *pielal provl-
slok for thle sokilr's relelwatlon. There
is a relaxation of the rigor military
discipline. whkeb to many enlisted oma
Io even more welcome than the turkey


In the"chain of tate wnich prevent a disastrous break
in your:career and fortune i--sound fire insurance.
That devouring, fiery el-
ement which destroys
hundreds of million" of
dollars' worth of property
in this country every
year may not porw you
by. B@U insure with
us while you have prop




and ('craniB i i io )i bratitums dayti h*eM
man in thI. Iarracks nay do pretty .. J. DE PSI ...
muroh am he pfltt a.-
But "pip is igl ," a*id isoldiering bo U'.' 0,NO
soldlerln,. M It follows that a few of r.
the an are shut out of the geersl
hilarity of the holiday btausen theR I
mst perform a soldier' duty an o. Fn I REg DEA n
other da. The uard mont is for -
Orisotans as well ao for all otber days. RBey, Fe ozehsaa Rlpdar.
Sast illtary reglatilos f assot forego In$*5 t a. A5g hAr i
this require ot, no matter how muchb ad Uvpa*e of Vsatae, by
the victim may growl andet their ucmp"e" Mm. I : :
bloumses. r th extra dletoawr the. SOar Ak 3)3
barracks, while it a rare tret to
meet of th meN .makie w foert me tws Waie Mali ,t n , OGimeille,
of tbhe whicbb Is audld i thMe army
a. beet the meet eaalsil detail is U O UdM M aISfA
the ladmis -s.. nllU -P
Go a dety sad kitchen wort are
thlNo OudJluogy to toe a voied by the MI UNIERT ART IflI O
emlisttd men. It is 4ot pleasant for a
soldier to be kept to guard. walking a NOW OPEN-
test or paiNto up and down la ftrost At M r. MCermiek's Millonery P%
of beadquartmes wbheo t the t tI f i W" stide Coon W
flloiws Oro lowdo, lbt barrackslW4ug *tojr' 414- 0".--.. orida
Ing "v e St s Inlllhear ,a l ngrou rla. A eoopltl I and thorough course of
kvr #t oanthe p ra fyo Pla y- f istrueUo isthe Art of MIlif ry I)*.
lg baseball ordolagskylarikilaletunts. lsing will be ta lklt by Mrs. MeCNcr
Aweem 'linly te n roo't dO *oldir mock. who is a radMte In Millinery
aslkes it sa p>tlni to eMspe ('htristnm Art Is"Isolns. Cursee rm#e from two
a rd duty if tImail' Tbert are t to tree moathl. Rates reasonaMible
eral ways of dulas thl. Tho et rut peratlelse call on or address
serpnt of the eovnaspuy ometIuwes lt MRA. IF TMcORMICiK. UfsJI vllle..
lo 6t', M l. It),rn.It f wlb *,, "SrSty aMIND
pstIvIe ..ptrahlkn. wk-h throws the
hboas of tI.. dasy ..M young r ro
w e are peasr a their aret (br uitm
to the e aIt s HeI permts heI Nd
Users to swap datot tor guard duty -
with tho rwItits* so tat the aeritomo Il SUm
W e In themrsele detaI edl
amta ct so *m* e to t#e *al
owt. Thwo is true tulirally 'ad f a
i nely. no Mo to brmh t thel a F I *,a
Nr hi *0e1r1 o1" 1 im to ilo *wte spe
e bane or packages from the bme
k8 ON os UIi a maout t he neor
d4M sC t ve h meo* at am to UWi
mi. i. .bu e a- .0d MIP
Lta amIdi reea4alIte ion alyl y sm
s Dr. A. Dolan
m is co es o flafrmectowhen m
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modernn and Up-to4Date at Commercial Rates

Steam Heat and Every


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Rates: Joint Bath $2.50
Private Bath $3.00 Per Day

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The Gaineville Furniture Cc

WHILE MAIORI THE CHRISTMAS selected remember 'tis well to inclIs
somethdi erviMeNble Nowere in Florida can you find such an array '
GfM wticles that were purchased ezclulvelyfor th Holiday Trade. We a
vi tht you do yoar Shopplag early ad remind you that ie purchases cu
laid aside for later delivery.
There is suc a rry o Bett hmd Servicable Gifts to be had as"O
our ston aMd we will take pleasure ia asisti yes with elections.

Hall Trees
Bram Beds
Parlor Suits
Book Cases
Cook Stoves


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Our facilities at Your Disposal

County, City Depository
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Recent trips that aove been most succesfo i every
way, trips by our own tow-.eople, and su* con-
testsao the 8~ vnai-Aata. Tampa to Tampa
eadarmeo coutet 'farther demonstrate,the

"Studebaker E M. F. 30" at $1250
is the car best mited to our own Florida roads and sands. If you are still skeptical, let us demonstrate to you its
merits. Too, we will shortly have on exhibition and for demonstration, the most talked of,
and most sought for Car in America today, the
"StdebakerFlanders 20" at $750
We can't make positive assertions as to this Car yet, but we do reccomend it on account of its being
marketed by the old reliable Studebaker Company. They say its the best ever offered for the mand their
.udgement whIh has stood the test for 57 years and never been questioned, should certainly be relief' upon more
of the o of a year or two existatce Shouldn't you think so? We've literature and cataogues
Sthis car for and you'll see the city's natties car, the rich green sumnburan, and we wit then
be ready to it to all iuted parties.
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We buy l car load lots and can ave our t$2.50 on each job. Call on us
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Per has sure t .em all beat. We have seen everything and darned if that isn't the place to get our Christmas
ods. He has all kinds of novelties; an entire different line from others. Handsome Brass Goods, Tapestry China,
either Bags and Purses, Tea Sets for Children and a Beautiful lot of Holiday Books-can please all from the baby
He has Huyler's Candies too, and that cream he makes just makes us laugh. "MILLER'S" is the place-don t
jet PHILLIP MILLER'S Merry Christmas to all.



illS year," said Cartwight
firmly, "there are foing to be
no Christmas surprise la my
bappy home--o e of t hose
at little attempts at playlog
Claus which begin with. oe-
ad effort and end lo ortUlcf
Sdisappolutment I am golgN
Hmy wife downtown and leot her
"t anything she walAs within
Oit of wy spending capacity, and
I'm rgig to let her take m9
I td iis me up with a pair of
tierd suNlwnders or gold coff
r aIty old thing she likes nd
M o1ake, her happy. Neither of
quite guot over the ef cts of the
I"J wua.n yet.
we. we bad been married uJtM
9ugb last Chrltmaa to wear
, orst installment of ftunttarl
os of our weddiam ift.
"ere looking a little shabby
tI bouse. so we both agreed
eIlIog our lIttle rtome
for one another We ght to
mlrel s to somettMa wbieb
l mutually y uelm d stime-
k of us bad bee SeCrtly
hr morris chair, wm e tell
P with tbi leather eb.
Wallow you up la
So MrL C. wasota ,ftr
4 Of The library sN Jtr S,&
#Isad I W 1 -& It

Punttig by a I MIb

t I wanted. It W a
th darket sad at "
Swit i all an at m
of fa. c t.ty breowSn I
ith leather 1 +
ISthe wd work v tb _,
atIaWthe ch' k I gt M g ,
L- 'dler alaWoa
b owas t*NOhe
bI 'naz away. Ihhm
a little, asII
tolre e&a
ta tpaao l I
"" Ytci tde a e

cI e Oa r a
"~ ~ m

the spot. Thi dealer wia Inunoiolblle.
He bud wild the chnir. he Ix'llevd; at
least be bhnl give a geutlemius an op-

SLIurrTSD a1a aT3seOW5.
A.tlm on It, and the gentleman bad paid
a deposit, but it madam would leave
her name somethings misht be done.
"When my wife aselled out her cogno-
me for bim be lifted bis eyebrows In
aKelabshment. Tbat was exactly the
am and those were the Initials of
the estlemsn who bad already spoken
f t hchalir. My wife tbo9gbt for a
assnat. Then s ee controlled her e*
di said merely remarked that each
ondMes-m were quite cmmeo sad
Walked out without leaning her ad
I"heot day I bled me to the dealer's
qtkbely, prepared to lave my order
ltr dso eitr. But tbe dealer did not
= belf so onclined to slL A lady
r e d t tre. It sepms a lady of my
*ira Mas. with l a melne Inlials-odd.
wea I s.t--who was willing to give
the f price for the article Thme it
was my tarn to think. On the whole.
I detMAe I did ot mwat the hair
aft all. If Elhl wanted to bmy it.
ri let her bae that plife.
"Chketmas mrslag we both famed
ablet the hboe epertaly. I woe-
deM where o earth lean was keep.
g my maom chair. After bresatf
I Neased a pair of gre- prtlem
I hadi ~1ht for her. As the wrnp
plag ers off I aw her fare fl.
2Am leI west over to a corner sad
predleed a exactly s mllar buatd
sad o4 soI amotbr pair of ria
pstirws sr me.
S.W, I stammeredL 1 thought yO
IM ht a tIrls chasrr
1 O1 Joas, dld't yoe bay it
anw e7ir
"And Ola. IM the lghti of ** sunder-
Snoo wek wept sWm ssotM
9lwiiis'-ew Temo PUes.



ItlS entered the big dplmrt-
1ment Miore and seated her.
'I 'l at the lieatrl catvuuer.
"No, nothlig. thank you." she said to
the soilltous clerk. "I Jumt want to
make sure I bave my list with me. It
Is so difileult to shop It this time of
the year, and It Is always dillcult to
Bnd anything for one's-busband. Yet.
I suppose many Ipople did their shop-
ping earlier, but I didn't buhave him
then. I mean-
"Why, you sell neckties, don't you?
How fonunalte They are on my it.
No. I don't think of any panicular
kind. but something for a lull man.
lie is a wbole ead taller than- Too
say a four-lu-hand? OUb. I n1 afrmid
he couldn't ltl that. but you miabt
give we a two-lu-band. Thank you;
that is very pretty, but It is blow. fe
doesn't like blue. Of course yot
couldn't know that. Not that ms.
Why. my papa wears them. and be Is
lots older. Yes, that one will do.
"Mr. Floorwalker. were are the ee-
lars? Thbak you. (BShe spproachs
the couter. Youo please-are you

busyI Iwvst so"e colars for or
busheud Ob. Sma'thaw IladlsV MI
HOWlw: Ispum dodtht ma disianor
I Wasesd Com
(At the flaft pfesmi Are h'bM
o1Mm has? Wd I waglOd I have
Imed tl thrightpbm e t 11"st Sae
you clerksalway u so- wooyquo&
tbes. 1Isnow bomuwe"Iy beore b*
emme we've be"es VWD eel,- 6s
bbs soft boot 07 bowwhy. Ita
ftwb- Do he bus tni bned shAW
"all Tea. a but of mmsrud o
Ibheavwtoulmms.to hbpuigtb.MW Il
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were not toe smull. Youd belter put
In nearly all large slaf. You ee, I
smn starting out as etvuomleual as I
can be. I think it must be so discour.
aging for a mUD to bhave a woman
Ppend his money on frl'tolous things.
Now. as I was comwifg down the street
I saw a big sale or Ihis -mlnu's hnti.
They had obeetn the window nmoI
were a little sailed. loit I found such
a nice elerk, indl hlie mold If I got nnsIu1
of that "1910" soap It would msake
them look like u'ew. Mr. llarris In
very particular about his clothes. 11i
won't wear trousers uules they are
pressed. So I bouhit three of tbose
bats. Don't you tbink tbey will tost
him a long time and save moury?
"iMr. Vitnrwalker, where are the
gloves? Uentiemeu's ,Well. I bope
be is. Why. be Is iy husband. Oh, I
see what you p aes Yes, I want them
for Mr John Vincent larris. (To
glove salemanu. Now. don't ask om
what sise I want. Not too large snd
not too small I should tbilak you
would leart some of she different *les
so you could tell eopl. (oldingl
out ber bandd) It'sl Iot larger thban
that. You tbhik I wetr a 6T Well
teo. you'd better give se a 1 for
him. for he ea bold both my haft i
oes of his. Am tese a 4peUiMl -ist
lsU't 0 eoit ebhep for al tbai kM?
Mine Co os. No I doet thabhe
wUl want more t br two or three
pair. Now for the bhe.
(is the womea's bosety deartmoL
"Are you bmusy I have ay e1w1
t~iag to get. pise hbery. I AM
want to know whem Ie l0W thked of
bow are. Irs ear my bashemi. That
yoe. (At the me l besry waitr.8
I west to P1 a bse-s a te these.
MtR- The s? Oh, about fty feet.
Why. course. I we It l m thea
8 mO. 1-1-yeu deet sadershtad.
It b't this ktid I weaL No. t I*
Iass *hr. I ) Wt w- w N a We
au b"t -W. Mr. leerwlr. my
I to yoT
tial eltert 't a Mbt sic. sa I
tMb ee you gt tto poab Mh. o
he wam' I uestly Impealot. bat he
N" tNo busy to stew my Iquslste-.
Thea yew. I have hal @ s mst tw .
bl to Ma the rigt blad of em. I
weNI e11-e4, re he1 m1 that o1e1
r. I wsa ste M itfty s etaw T
ame. we am Itbeolg et moVrta to ihe
*emer t he s ew g. &ad we snll
wa1 to 1wte the ye i Oh. eOs I
to haT Mad fte the 0erOmeB dm
"Now I itaIN I have everyt 'M s
Iy no esrept eri L sad I -my s
S1P to ** ebeppr PnW 116 them
beame Jobe V ,evt auri wsyo
ives away al that I bey Oee whm ht
b so $Paoew"-C610g. News.

ma" "eW sawios" i'meetl preta
as The o aum"siWe ampBawoni
~~eatad shof Swe ben POW%
wbjh 's riteod a-. romeineVeMS
Ogg ari-farl sme
amW m 0aN 1 owo so
Me*n-4a n bee.the'r om -'v
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tmates PiRrunahed Promptly and AN
Work (hnarmsted., .

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.....Greater Gainesville's New Sub-Division.....

Located between the U,niversity of Florida and Plaza-five minutes' walk from
Court House. The famous and fashionable drive, West Liberty Street, penetrates.
UNIVERSITY PLACE and someone has well said that this is destined to be
The work of improvement is going forward and will continue until every street is
paved and parked and cement walks laid. The city water mains are- in this
attractive Sub-Division and supply abundant fire protection as well as water for
home uses.



Is not a suburban proposition, but REAL CITY PROPERTY, close in to Gaines-
ville's busy business section. The prices and terms are suburban-

$10 Cash, $10 Monthly
That's all! Compare our prices and lots with other Gainesville property and no-
tice the bargains we offer-investigate the insurance feature of our contract. The
building fund is something unique, and we claim the honor of introducing this
idea in Florida. Investigate and you will invest in


OUR AGENTS will be glad to show
the property at any t'.me and take
pleasure in explaining the many at-
tractive features of our contract. We
will consider the privilege of "show-
ing you" a pleasure, and -we are con-
fident that we can "show you" that

an investment in


PLACE will make money for you.

TelpoAe 366

Our Carria Will Call




Sshliq guts

115 LMk St. *li I

As r* esiams Is the ly rmatuls of wemb is i s
it thshe bows.ofdomudig happipms, "d as hmood
1vsm mbovdims.fr. swhom Ohn MA ofp l A dome..w
at. baimlaow Is.a repuie some, mmad, WWul _m
smiew an albhmoss of hm. 1 1dhmirm as '..d,
hlw or wbohud sobombe d el ha is
"w"? Sm'. am has bmelgoml*dwauhi MOmOii.be
has robbed h Owilesofemo1 b.' elw 1jos s
woumms oomlelsese his shim o. 1 eldhoors
p--IN ema md hedl erllmam, do. memis of hem=&
TUlbs sdeldee of idelo 8s ee, s md
in a mm* boom swMlldo san ofii han%,md
elUlmmllm boon somewemd l Is "Am rese,
66s love of bhme m s mesudry boo jrm IN do Smim
of mw u'y bbS 51ma bw am hornft" *S
lop 9MWduam&Umay be Sbeaw md a" be be
6f fiom- elebuy I t ahna o hm.The kwsI I
mwe he amd! Wmweus S. ulybeftimsgaampePo
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I111I:1: Is the tree?' wills
1' ui, Mrs.. Philander aux-
a! 's her husband shook
.:,nw from his coat and
I: '1 his feet on the brand

S. in," returned Philan-

t'. in,! Why not James

: I I' until Just as I got
tb, n4l lu ti.t was the last
SI wouldn't very well
ik up I n tree. By that
S w.uld all be closed

a k' u'h sub nonseae! 'Of
S' v : ..'11t tIhought 6um80
i hauy 4hem a tree"-
Iy nTrolated lPhiladeU
r ',I smy another word.
S '- 'inewere tonight if
1 c churchh of the Son.

r, It s into his ovetrcat
hi', h:t. but Mr. Philan-
F o a : i'tallning hat.
I said seriously. N')"
S't 'r. in Rose HdNaum f

p 11 an:.. und wber el w"gid
II ,r a ter,. ?'
Si'Ito,, the waie and 41i
hI'ilatmeler. with dgtty.
3" u ".',id do that. Jam but
h 1 k now and tere ia
I ko.e yer way."
L. turnd Mr. Phb1 d,.**
nmy waV aNO Raw
I,. A' *MIl IaM
Sof Wcoo b ea tM e
,. I ee10 wa th
. 'T my lid up twt
.. r. hly.
S"r, ned Mrs. Phalandar
te t to have yeM a
r,. i'r-n w hde as Im .
. '"euts as an tti I
"- -P to the atll am l
ea,. 'h te lad ao thea
.. *i 'rythl Iugb -

i ,-. : rnle ta tue." ll
.. :ml as he xa g M

Sred a we Cost do$ .
We the Wq.& Jbi
**e" to ,i f

v t '

It before. He meant to order
tt- guornIng and have It sent to hi,
s"mhorban home later In the day. but
n llplqtaut business matter had drive.
.B the remembrance of the festival
Id h1is mlad until his wife's greeting
wW he t opened the door recalled it to

Be sallied forth, bearing the ax. and
waded through the newly fallen snow
1,- the corner of the street, where he
taletd toward Turkey hill road. The
a" wap only six Inches deep. and
the- alkig was not so bad. Gray
cleaods bun low, and there was a thick
Sorry of 4akes as Philander turned the
corner. When he reached the strip of
%ods It was snowing heavily, and he
oaM only guess at the location of the
partcu'la pine be had in mind.
He whistled cheerily as he walked
atoag. for his spirits were rising. He
ftlt a warm glow stealing over his
tied frame as he anticipated the de-
light of the three small Philanders
when they beheld the selfsame tree
that they had so warmly admired a
short while before set up In their own
parlor, ablaze with candles and rich
with gifts.
Mr. Philander stopped and thrashed
hblself vigorously with his arms.
There was a faint grayness In the air
that was reflected from the fallen
snow, and there was the tickling rush
of flakes in his eyes. When he reach-
ed the very opening In the woods
wherethey had admired the tree he
turned around 'and looked carefully up
and down the road. Of course be
could see nothing, nor was there the
faintest tinkle of bells. It was a
very lonely spot.
Mr. Philander knew that the strip of
woods was private property. and he
also knew that he could make It all
right with Lake. the owner of the
woods. on the following day. an Lnke
lived four miles away nnd it was Im.-
possihle to ask hli lewrmivlon now.
Although Mr. Phillnander had stated
that he could put his hand on the tree
In the dark, he foitind It rather a d(11ltll-
Cult thing to do after all. lie lost
himself several times In 'hrp dense
thickets, ntid all the tree trunks seem.
ed unfamiliar to his touch. Then, all
at once. he emerged from the under-
brush, and spicy Ilboughi -f pihe brush-
ed hii fnre.
"Hilt It. hy Jove!" he ex(lihtilld. re
dug the snow away from ti t trunk midl
with a few litsty. blows 1.ll tllh tree
low 'ald dragged it trilling through
the snow. lie lost his t ,nrlings onve or
twi'-e. and tlnnlly. at a momni-t when
he almost despaired of reaching home

60t sigbi. be foaf' iasiLtnif stjrdag
0 0 bbhisown gattv
w~r -urted I:.- r- a-i- n.fa
bpft door, srld W1,11 l I'i- 4rg
k vm stakeru isto the h' sed
WtfpIs thep arlo
Mr. Vh~a35kr lhavenS binuoi out to
&Mg Sh. a* ch.' a.move aW qasFed
i up fodu"e bbat W Wtidwf

Ilow dellghtqel the children will be. I
am sorry. though, you are up tired.
"Oh. I'm all right now. Bella.&" :;il
Philander cheerfully. "I was worried
after I found that I had forgotten the
tree. but 1 closed out that deal with
Wells today, and I was busy every mo-
"How lovely that you got the con-
tract. James!" cried his wife exciltedly.
"That Is a fine Christmaas present for
"You bet your life it is." returned
Philander Jocosely. "Now let as get
the tree ready for the kiddles. Very.
thing hanndyr -
"There Isnt a thuf for you to do,
dear. save to hang tem on th tree,"
said his wife. leading the way to the
lighted parlor, where the tree stood.
Its symmetrical branches glateni ng In
the light and exuding a fresh balsamic
"By Jove, it is the handsomest tree
we ever had!" exclaimed Mr. Philan.
der, surveying the shapely conifer ad.
They were soon at work. and press
ently the beautiful tree blossomed
forth In glistening festoons of gold and
silver tinsel. A radiant star tipped
the highest point, while daintily dec-
orated gifts burdened the branches and
were heaped at the base.
It wns with ununsal satisfaction that
the Plhllnnders retired that night. They
were ioth to leave the resplendent tree.
but utter weariness drove them to bed.
It was daylight when the first de-
lighted shriek from a small Philander
awoke hit tired parents. Mr. P'hilan-
der groaned dismally. He chedb from
hend to foot, and he was skik from
lack of sleep. Mrs. Philander was
leqully tired; but. with the self ah-
negntion of mothers In general and
mothers In particular on Christmas
morning. sihe got up-and went down.
stairs to enter Into thi joys of the lhap.
py children.
w\Vlir .M Philander a'n down-
stiairs t, l. rcakfast the children gatb-
eredlil int him pagerl-y.
"'tnl hir naked Jack. the eldest. "*1
thi l the e.vry tree we saw last ISnday
vh-vln wv,. walked along Turkey bIIIll
r:'dl? I thli the very tre7'?
"W,'ho tild loi that, Jack? asked
Mr. i'liliht 'der hainrply.
"(Oh. iitil ir 41fd. I told her I had
no01 It tiomnwheri'e lwfi'rf, and she said
it was thiit ve'ry tn'e."
"I fiughlt iaity ('lawn ringed itr'
wallhld i.es.le., drnigglig lor new doll
remiorf.li-' ly lby its flle n I' ilr,
"Atn' I linked it catie that way, too:."


#"tres ab* ats ('os I-. hbloa.a
and pisy" said Ur ni' a'dkW 591
Irg Or res he tsIf*- Ot *' W*. 60'

'It dsuwl N" nhSIt. Si abhe,"mi

the tree we saw," Insisted the boy ob-
"Never mind. never mind." returned
Mr. Philander good naturedly.
lie sought his wife, who was helping
Norat with the breakfast. "Our tree
was a great success, my dear," lie mald
"It is beautiful," replied Mrs. Philau.
der happily. "The children are so de-
"Well, I'm glad of that. I was tell-
Ing Taylor yesterday -morning going
down on the train that Christalas was
not Christmas without a tree, and he
said that It wouldn't be Christmas at
their house, then, for they were not
going to have one."
"How strangee" uttered Mrs. Philan-
der. "Why not. prayer
"Oh, I don't know. He said somne-
thing about hard time. He said the
good, old ftshtoned Chrstmas suited
thelt well enough; that they would
hang their stockings before the boet
and all that. you knoww"

"I)eenr. dear! I think the children
prefer a tree Just the nsaue." said Mrs.
Philander regrri fully. "Poor little Tom-
luy Taylor! We. must itvite him over
4*-fe the 'illdrei's tree (th1i after-
In lo."
"ies. Indeed, thlit will be an excel.
lent phin. t1iipi,~p-0 wen hivile a few
I)iopio tit shield tli vi'iiltig Uid enjoy
tlie trin with us. \\ e an Itpt oiln snit
mall remnieml'iitlTai- itl i have a jolly
tliue." saikI I'lill.inder. warming up to
lthit' Nvitjr-t snl hi' ir'eeIedl.
t"hit will Ill d.i hlgttful." agreit'l
lMr. I'hlnlani,, r. "I.et usil a k tile 'l'iy
s4re'. e'1l n' l i ttiirut"' huc'kl ed
I'liiintler. "'I'll h',w I'Tylor the, way
to kt.pJ Ihriit s.l ii.t ."
hl'lit lflt i,, i Mro. IPh iilander bliil it
hie'-,lf lu i il-irhigv fuor the ev'eihi' hig
ei('.te 11rt.inti n- tit, hr 'j'en.liur hail t'.
c''titl tsil), noiiw l wo' ml ih t ,sithr Ii
Illed gu,'i ls. nuL i lI'llthii ader, 'i. w io
Sw ft lieo Iki uf bhimlltlity. walknl I
sIsiot inuml ruitlhel Iti. huidtim iUt plt*as
slit iillhrli0lttllm


"I YoUNemeNo t~tMuvi-i.&
11) hold it fticer. IW11i-11 Plus'gilt lip~In
1114. 1une.!ilfgaitt~misimu to loe If IQ 1?Ne'k
linai renaniiem-mcei hir owtlIb-,btoll,
Wem, she' uhtorhe'Lu'il I Urs1eiih1el Onet
of any 44Indane'ei-'le-lulta. raisein
a cliltsifr''uowl Seandsuit rttwlw kto' hr

11i iunade minslry trl| tuIt. cellar roximn to kill the lbsrly bleiralnr Mh*
for apples. anil 'ile'r amd urn, k;el grI't sn ollil shrilkling I Iookel uaitUder
buowit of nuts. lie iarreld in bugs lit 1l tie elot dI r)e>l, eve '.
arm loads of w*mid fur theitreplace sa d
surveyed the ruarlu hiss@ with coan-
plac,-mlla safactiml.
It was at that moomnwt that Jack
Philander burst moltlly Ia. "Oh. f -
thibe what do you Utbh"- be began
"Wll,t. m boy. what Is It sowT? i u
ed Mr. PIbllsndr ladligently as b he
warmed is eretalls comfortably.
"I heard Mr. Taylor telag some mom
that mereldY eroWd down the tre s
from his frot lawn bet anlhtl"
"What tier asked Mr. Plimader

Wby. taet tr,-you know. the NWer
way pin that stord em thelr f em

-"Wht a pity" el.almed Mrs Pb-
aaer, Mrsm Taylor M uasd It was
t prkle o her huot --ead's _hart."
"*ow -d i t hepw.-. Ja asked
pmhie er. wk IreWI
"Mr. T~W l hsdo wife bheud seme
->e piumw s sheet hi furst II isi t I w *BaSm I Sramme

It sad this mo the the Wh1, *Mt# e tarU tib1
tm was ee--easly the stump left." I iS ti ki
"That's ery strenor." obsored Mr. "I drowaed h"h in the wskblew
phIsander. 151sad lowk fur Taylor Theo I Imbk sdvastsge ,f the maressh
"Ad. father, cmatisd Jma e t tilt WB MI .Lell 11that I she aetl lS
Seely. "I was tothe woeds em Toh a wanted a oreal llee Crslms plga
0 ead today sad that IHlis ten w ***i avet
New tst leaday i thle yet. lto I Cbuws daiy f rdaw y be
dit*Lt Cuf it dowe I hew t e-m A" A 9,1 .(1 61- 1"w OeW" wa
M Sit out j, I,,s, o s oumm. mI g o0 l,
Mi. tphoa,4r pOWd a ly. ftfla wade m$a them tae a u ,
M'Wr. b father" pem otfsel heb or aA. s ,1 .I
J44 W* 0 daretm" bNe aW in desmM Gad or tes 6" e m
*lworta. IthA t Mr Ya OW! a *mw m. Noa" am
IW Ia'e thIs I Id be eam a.e
M r. ik seder uma Iw*S theO OlNi bm

*he Taysees rm weh teo & a -r *pOWsi wet de ** wes be

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only knows how f got In TaylozM

"It's on the other aide of the wooden,
father," sald Jack sympathetically,,
"and I guaes you walked right through
and Into Mr. Taylor's yard."
"I must hare done that." groanet
Mr. Philander. Then with sudden In-
spiration he stripped the tree of Its
ornaments and candles d carried It
through the house Into the back yard.
He seratchebed a match, and In five min-
ates the Philander Christmas tree was
a charred rata.
"Too bad, old chap." said Taylor
eonmiaeratively as Philander agi-
tatedly explained the absence of the
tree. "That's one reason why I de't
believe In Christmas trees. They are
apt to take fire, and there you are.
I am glad It happened before we ar-
"8o am I," ejaculated Mr. Philander.
But all the little PhIlanders agree
that It wan the. mot beautiful Christ-
mas tree they ever had.

Luella's Christmas i6ft.

"IT was the funniest thing ever,"
aid the bachelor boarder.
"You sae. Misa laella and I
are going to be married, so I
can tell it. Miss Luella took a sudden
fancy to hang up her stocking Christ-
mans eve, Just for the fun of it. She
buni It below the mantel, setting a
mouse tlap oni the turned over eige



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Galnesville Is moondea to be the
sost enterprasIta as won an the iust
beautiful city In the ilaria of Flro
ds. it is located f tb, 4qw.r oater
at the Sate, halt way between the A
Mlanto an$ Gulf Coasts,' rrogad b
lads tof such tertalty as to be eagle
at prodte a o' oeat variety of Meps;
Ia the Seat of the trumberowlng.
p t O iand gaval streo belt. ife
th beat aeduamtoal advantage
in the State ood .rbevc se, wim
edises *0hh aWe or to u&a
Itowr 11- ele IS with et
sad eMsstest egsapgr ioui; has a
w pleasure. a&ll temm srml
eaniamed waie d t.tyo"maNg
tMeMA terAeMs W UMpelOtsa
eltiseashlp. are Sar to ma-e a blg
Iro are assay ara attractions
In oe primit to to Ihe e, ma o
whit are Aia m Ink lktma'sl
i the Devs MI pp Wr.
'BOv !V % a"ldpe owi naa an of
"Umh e reached by private do.e
SlrtaCPark Steeh Fahm t1 larget
ant Rie STlek f rm Win the tista.
ealy agt awnlles wa ofdtoil
aad to read by a good hard rose
at i a oet p t drive.
TheO I Alada U ounyd of9
w bl Oalinesvle Is the cnety seat.
we aCt h ae ad besed t Wthe ea*
S tweaparatage I Nmy uai-
o early eme reseahtag the alse.
tee t summer or the tweatles da
water. The Ioulatlo oo Galeville
to about eIgi s a4, repreastls
meely every aatlonmaty O the I
of the earth, sad stramers always
Meet with a hearty weleoma.
* The Ualersity of Florida for young
eb and the National Agricultural ex
e t tatics are located within
teHorporate lts of the city. In
ot. Gaitaesville a eso many things
that we must rbe dned It we eota
a few of thee la thfollowlug emuMr
Stmle of what1 4
esineavIle Haas:
No ealoom.
One garage.
Four botl.
Four banks
Four datries
Oe fouadrt
Water works.
Ten ochurche.
One gas plant
Two Us abop

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TeH pbyltw)&

soe d lre.
I ord ~t Trade.
iMdrus -tee.
our s4oe show.
Sate Untlerulty.
Masalt tesaple ,
weaty lawyers.
Two pawlt shop .
One bleylhop8 ,.
Basbal diamam.d
Two loe Ictorls.
SIx muowm iool. ... ,V
onle wariv yton.
OBe pmlt, I-"-ry. .
Two wage works
Two We o :
Three ermObthe.
three woe -. ':...,
ITwodebtal uoe .

I It barber ibep. T

I t,,epa oe F ,r4n. "'4k
Two aberda eas .
two abet eaIs .:
PIrnw proaie do ".,
Two machtee
STwo bi4ties r

/ OIiltiM *OfI- :

o fneuslh yiyuHl ',

One Uptiet churhe s
ITwo sunlure stems ''
Tw ol Ad ee age pleat,

One daly newspaper.
STwo hardware m stres.

One emaotlogephraler.
fThree sold y stimnk s
On* oketile ight plnt.
Three blaptisot cnithe
Three fralways systor s.
etn dry boodt etorders.
One photoraph W gabler.
UnThree d rtak island f
One chtofe labot pay.
Thirtee railway syteo
lobt benevolent ordra .
Two Splesopel oburebmat
United State land ofn e.

Two vetertay sanrxegas.
Ohe Presbyterian chureh.
Two clar umana1torpes.L
Four real estate agenwes.
Volunteer fire department.
fSeveral tnuber eomamatl.
Three Methodist churchbes.
A brass band or"santIat.
Two photograph galleries.
two mortag pleturo shows.
Florida Winter Chautauqua.
Flrtcilas sewerge system.


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orfrw--w. v. .amo, wallham W
SAttoWrnqym-aral-Park M. Tramn
**m Tallahasee.
Oommai oier of Agrialture-B. .
MoUnA, Talahas"ee
SSupt. of Pablic lnstrUnction-Wm. M.
Bolloway, Tallahassee.
Railroad Commissioners-R. Hud-
sca Burr. Chairman; Newton A.
BUtoh, Royal C. Dunn. W. C. YTo,
secretary. All oommunlcations should
be addressed to Tallahassee.
Preeldet t the Senate-F. I. Hrd.
*o. MiamL

County Oeerst ,
Clerk and Arditcr-4L. B. Winaga,
Bupt. Pablio 'lntruction-Dr. J. L.
Kelley. OCaeevilll.
Shoerff-P. G. Ranmsey.aneosville.

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phone 126. Ofice hours I to 12., to 5,
at by appointment Graduate of
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PR1 J. D. T1NCH,
alnesville, Florida.
3o-e--Rooms 1 uad m Graham
Buildlg. Office ours: 8 to 1 a. m.
1 tu 5 p. m.
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Shareholders Liability
Security to Deposai

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ble very nfght they're coming home.
Chedr face wll appear
Once more avoimun the Yuletide feast,
Our eone and daughter dear.
Chen there'll be aU the bablee, too,
Co Jolt upon mty knee
Find make our big, old fashioned house
R scene of revelry.
rhe hemlock wreathe hang on the wall.
S Chat pray of mfetletoe
Recalled, old dear, our sparking daye,
Some fifty years ago,
Mlhen first I Mooed you underneath
Che bough of fateful pearl.
I seem to see you once again,
Che sweetest of all girl.

A Surc~e sted Improvement.
MN l I'eltle toi,,i)star tu.irderi- O(wi I
Y611 stIL":4-. i" ily ItIIjlriiveIINnt Ini iii
liei :'r. 'er W~ell. yonIemight nisk-
The .1petinjtrl,.n Elf t!Nn'4ferriniw t Th e 1e
t~ilw ii:,I m tt p, h t lb. iflee, and the
Ijuath im bWt tbP dropping of the
flower thut the fruit way swell.-
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All KhIs o
Cement Wwk
Cement ple&
and DrIve
Tiling Layteg sad
Tile Wnts
LOncr"t Walks
ltone Ieeavtlnq
x5 North Qre tree,
Qainoe lle. d.1- e,

Heavy Hauling
.NHONE No. 9
w Make a Spcialty o AMI
of Dry Work.
Hitter See Us Fi.

*06 it M i

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C be pantry shelves are loaded down
Mfth every kind of cake
Hnd pies of mince and pumpkin such
He only you can make.
Beyond the close shut parlor door
Hn angel bright and fafr
Ie looking down upon a tree
Chat stands all ready there.
Put up your knitting, mother, dear.
Che tinkle of the belle
Rcrose the snow clad upter road
In welcome warning swells,
for here are Dick and lack and 'esee
Rnd Molly, Com and Sue
Hind all the merry, dimpled, cute,
jMiechevous youngsters too I

---F. B. MYERSt, Manager-

Don't ohe misalwd, for none a.e
so good a this.

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Having arranged this bsalnees with tra heavy relatorCed and of the begl
one of the best Piano Manftaeturers bell metal, plate Isto ftshed in dar* .
In this country to supply as with the olive remn. Guara tee li cast into,
following Piano, Stye 17, guaranteed of plate. This piano Is equippedwt
ten years: double wheel cestor,
Case li double veneered Inside and We will ive one vote for olh pe>
out, Inside with beautiful white ma- my spent with us In our dlfereat ie.
pie, wel finished; outside with beaU- atmouts. Watch out tor our 4.'
ful mahogany. Seatmolonial In style. In ery I**lu of The Bun. Cut.
with pilaster and trudees to match out and bring or send It In to us a4
Its appearance. Full empire top with we will allow 5 votes on each or th.^
drop molding. amount stated thereon. Our flnrt a4s
will allow anyone entering the no
Cheeks and too blocks built up of 100 vote. The only ballet box willI
many thicknesses to Insure absolute be found in our emtabilshment, whe
stbillty in wear. Case is equipped you are to vote. Braneh office eo'
with compounded key bottom to In. -anufacturer In Cincinnati, ObllIp
sure stability and uniformity of touch. from whom the Piano for this ooastfi.
Itack in nmde of quarter sawed rock was iurchnaod, have agreed to I.
inaple, consistin of six posts. deem through us the ton $100 Cars,
The sounding board is of Cnlifornia tflct C, ltoalop, ar. ,'f"i
spruce, cross ribs of the same me each rfr $10 whih will h o lde
terlal. running at rMght angles of abi illC,' h allaalr," ft so ""
ounding board from corner to iorier piano tley annufa'ture.
of the entire width of the sounding RULES AND RLC'".ATION.
board area.
bo_ 1Ts. Tb,. cont, t Is op. n to anyone e
Treble and bass bridges laminated villTn hAltarhtt ooiy w. Ito Isknown,
and hullt up of pianiy thicknieane of by the towiiItr f theW c -' .'
the choiceest quarter sawed maple. v uched for by some r putable ips9i.
pin block lamlnateJ and built up sf son, to them well kno' 1 i.
five different layers of wood, insuring
absolute stability of instrument t, i. No empolyee. %itaebe or re a
stand In tone. Imported German tiln t iv of the proprietor of I. C. Smith
iln pins and strings, double repe-ating are eligible to participate In this co
wood flange action, axplndidly rorn-, test, and will participate In slo m#*
lated, and 13 pound hammers of she spr.
choicest material; white mass strlnst: t n a d 3
Ivory keys of a splendid quality of Inthe event a candidate doel@d
ivory: noiseless trap work and three to withdraw from the race, seekai~
pedals. didate will not be allowed to trastW,
votes to the credit of another soal
The iron plate of this piano is oz. date In the ontest.

V)VOTIN G OU'( )N--~od for
For .......


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Men, Women and ChiMr

Write for bulletins describing the new style
Fall and Winter garments, and ask us to q
prices on any article you might wish to punch

The OWldestM and Biggst Mail
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I .Sd :h aspt:ho Se t he epent will be pleased to re ve.

Make this Store r Christmas Headquarters
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for Mother md
S GrandMother..,.

Nothing more appropriate .
to please mother or grand-
mother than a nice tailored
suit. We are showing a big
at $12.50, $15, $25, $32.50,
$85 and up
Skirts. ....... $2.98 to $15.00
Waists ........ 98 to 15.00
Silk Petticoats. 3.98 to 12.50
Pancy 'Towels, .......... .
...... 25c to $1.25 each.
Fancy linen pieces of all kinds
Napkins .... .................. $1 to $6 dozen
Table linens, beautiful goods,
all qualities ..... ......... 50c to $3 yard
Linen Sets, cloth and napkins
to match .$. .... ...... 5.50 to $10 set
Blankets, good warm fluffy blankets, $1 to $10 pr
Comforts, nice cotton comforts,
beautiful patterns ............ .$1 to $8.50 each
Rugs, all kinds and alses...............$1 to $30

For the Baby

A nice warm cap .... ....
Beautiful Sacques ... .....
Warm mittens ... .....
Leggins, white and colored
Infants comb and brush set.
Small dolls.
Fancy boxes.

25c and up
25e and up
... 15c and up
.. 25 and 50c

Fancy China Pieces
Dainty fancy work. All the novelties that go to
make up a complete Holiday display.
You are asked to make this store headquarters.
Come and go as much as you like join the merry
throng and be happy.

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For Sister
Fancy neckwear .4.... .................25c and up
Silk hose, black and colors ................. $1.25
Fancy Kimonas ... ..... .......... $1 to $12.50
Kid Gloves....... ........... 75c, $1,'.$1.25, $1.50
Handkerchiefs, beautiful in every detail, 5c to $2.50
Fancy Jewelry Fancy Hat Pins:
Fancy Aprons .. .......... ....... 25c to 98c


Suits, Coats

Cap.. and Skirts

Silk Waists
Silk Petticoats
Rain Coats
Everything for Miladys
Fine Millinery-Nice Hats Hl
und ic very H pling

Fancy Holiday

A grad display o
Good, both ume


Everything selected with the greatest care and
marked at the mum Dly Goods profit. Al on the
inst Boor and for your approval.
Come Early Come Often

Fir Fater and
Fine Press Shirts, we are
showing a beautiful line
at..$1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2
Fancy vests ...... $1.25 and up
Fancy suspenders. 25c and up
Fancy neckwear .. .25 and 5(hc
Socks ... 10, 15, 25 and 50c
Handkerchiefs .. 10c and up
Beautiful initial handker-
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Bath Robes, good and warm.
Umbrellas........ $1 to $8.50
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Fancy vest Neckwear Handkerchiefs
Fancy sox Umbrellas Suspenders
Hundreds of desirable articles from wlhiich '


Our line is complete from the inexpensive' tto i
more elaborate lace ones.
As good values as were ever shown in the < t
See the good values we offer at 10, 15, a, .d ."
Initial handkerchiefs ...........10, 10. an

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Dols Doas Dolls

Our display far exceeds in looks and low
any shown in the city. Fces are perfect.
We have covered the ground and you wai
all kinds to suit any purse from Sc and u '
good as you want.
Bring the children to Me them.

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indeed fratel for the beautiful Patronage they have enjoyed from
the Citizens of Gainesville and Central Florida.

In general it gives the best proof that the magnificent trading palace we had
noted here in Gainesville is appreciated. We have conscientiously endeavored
conduct the business of the G. W. Hyde Company on strictly business principals
tering to the wants of all to the best of our ability. Mistakes will happen and
re make some, no doubt, but not with intent.
We rely on our best judgment and those of our faithful employes to serve you
ell. Whenever we fail we regret it sincerely, and if opportunity is given we will
eerfully correct it if in our power. We employ from twenty-five to forty people
during the year, and in every instance possible, we emply residents here or nearby,
We Strive ird to Please Every Customer we Have. We Endeavor by all Honorable Nea to Secure More.
e intend It Possble to Make the Hyde Co. one of the Largest hlnesses of the State and we Reasonably think we can
NO ONE DOUBTS or disputes the fact that we enjoy unusual advantages in
e purchasing of our merchandise. We take advantage of every opportunity to
purchase our merchandise direct from the largest mills. WE OPERATE FOUR
OF THE LARGEST STORES IN FLORIDA and a large warehouse of four floors
with headquarters in Jacksonville as a central shipping point and save one-third
n freights alone by this method. EVERY STORE WE OPERATE IS ACTIVE
THE TRUE FACTS WHY WE CAN UNDERSELL all other stores? We virtually
retail our fine merchandise at wholesale prices. We have it to do to move the large
quantities of goods we must buy to buy from the mills direct.
We inaugurate a grand sweeping Christmas sale during the next ten days. Our
enti.o line of elegant DRY GOODS, READY-TO-WEAR, MEN'S and LADIES'
on s; le to dispose of them quickly and you'll profit much to make the Hyde Comrn-
pany your headquarters during this great TEN DAYS' Christmas sale.

The Hyde Company store will show you during this Ten Days' Christmas sale
the rnost.startling values ever shown in our store, in the State or South. Trade
earl in the day and early in the week---the satisfaction of early, deliberate shop.
Ping homes to those who trade early, and to the merchant who can serve hs cus-
ton,( s well when full attention can be given. Thousands of dollars of the best
Merc Iandise manufactured will be sold during this grand Christmas closing sale.

The G. W. Hyde Company.

Keep in mind that the Hyde Company is Santa Olaus' headquarters. Over
ty cM b AUil holiday present re on dplay and we do not want you t
haa th hanee o DuobiU tb




ine. Co.

208 East Liberty Street

One of the Best Euipped Repair
and Supply Houses in the State

is. We ride in a Mitchell

We will rent or sell you a Mitchell
We recommend the Mitchell

The 1910 model Mitchell is absolutely NOISELESS

The Mitchell was used as pace-maker in -th
Endurance Run, New York to Atlanta. "1


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"We Sell Heat, Light, Power"

Gas and Electric Appliances.

The Gainesville

Gas and Electric Power Co.
202-204 East Liberty Street.

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tint had rt haTte- it

AD*,Arti-i l odthe NIll for g wl--
,.. ..... '"" lettaca ml"ry "nd the oth WN e .. ... .

ick of Fel.le a.s PRaced on the Market-To u. Th. cimate c ons am mod W
A i', Afavorablo 'to th-o ropI. several ,
fooduct dt e Advertisng Campugne creps ca ble m OO the k m k
C d _, , ,, the same year, and t" yield is' ,
o. ous. producing for the tiller a ryve-
T Time-Unles et Tueday supply adequate to the demands of a nue that cowld scarcely be equated by
ied the ( tereslNta n. vast &crewe. I have never ound It any other aide. the gi a try. eaoept. ..
SJr. l- necessary to dig to a depth exeeding U; thoen lowslWmge wich a bees n w n o l MW I- eS?2
Stopmene t twenty feet At the depth the water w ro by eea bedertlya oel it elt a1-ey Did "i
Lt of the O, .risen to a height of within: ;ix feet dIsbdm there by S.of the surface* of the ground, and the Se.ne A m MM
hct th resilts are most satifauetory and ad' m$ a advtanwts tavrw 0 < umu 4 s 9 t whi n
-M a -- hepportml 'Vs* big advaafte r Ian K AftM i s fa W

t" to tin a e develop- aostootd myself with a compsay sts < to tsty a ma Ht bS
mt this most t W~tt6 nti of whh propose to plaNce a ertao oes of f t1 m~ w
t" byJsIsdald"to see theseIt"0 th ae yIgl'sodsI

nd andpt 9sees0j 'y d 1 county for the market for sufficieonllw fo' the oe of tGMov a alat

elaged lna 8igtnadtaU p alts on purposes. I have given this seb. county.i A- t a Nioew Ortla wld Ma my asu-mpMAls eh11M
Semoel wi tte o* J ct y semost oonsidertiUon. nd I oMade Tble by tla pa u s TIps im pertam asl l pft V W tala l
lntile m tom k w tco aently feel that once the merits. a t.tfW o the iO vft2 to a b M wWd t to s1uth Aate iw.aM Wio vi td thd
Sthe tpXatd 'a ofathil garden spot of lorida are nom t ty o Alsa 11 is 9I.& or0t" MIX
I have mamvewl At the poe. brought to tPe attemUon of the Ut ow bMAng the grNo d botf wiA"% ws a s Urn l ti lilI
1do the sil f the andi "l a side world there wm be no hasitancy the cosstruetloa of a dtuetd eyOd hi e 0r 1 is riot4111 O1 m i 4
and wodeW at tie Sappa. i acquiring an opportunity to share hlgh wa eo. oetaI1 vilWiS wi e llWO wmllwt bede tm tmh wi 0l11hs1ited'
slow sad unstady read of fn the pobllltiee Alachua e haty Newman' e a a. a s*W st ve a with s tt w J A th
nation of the worth of the great offers. a half mle.s This pl'S read wid m8
BgsM we la,, 11 a ofru Cloe to Galneville. run directly through the had. f thl fi
o r ad of "This A. tract we are placing n l company will to te whe % v
ust rowla of t h hiah-ade the market Is situated between have wMqsSred f1rm ai m
th. growingoof tohegh-grade ilv"lahfaj.. efk

getables as comaamt e reatet
itetable value. i v "VW Tim ofV
i that produoea se very best
hit, trucking or egaeral farming.
erate or intensive farming.

Can Grow Almost Anything.
"On theLc lauds, with the proper
llicanin of attention, one is en-
t u giu ias much It not more
sn. -, tsewhere In the State.
Itt. lcry. cabbage, potatoes,
I rr:. *, cantaloupes, water-
il .,id other high-grade vege-
r::;a beo produced tn profusion
a "': .arkably small amount of
.r (1 of theb hor1tlutural crops.
S".-, peaches, grapes.
S .. her species of the fult
Sriuce in arut qan tlts.
A r.,ilh-led advantage of the
a : .'. the fact that Irrigation
:kd and inalItaiedt. i
S" a ,..niill cost. Almost any-
.unty, and especially on
L t'i hnmging to ow eoRnpany.
S I it g a d weI t adepthr
'1 and seu &e a water

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a .ma oae." ,Se e.ri ,st ald'moet
prosperous of the Florida citites.aud
Newnan's lake, adjacent to which is
some of the moat picturesque country
property in all Florida. From Galnes.
ville to Nei nan's lake. throughout the
tract, Is soon to be constructed a hard-
e.urfaspd public highway. This paved
road' will be filve or nour miles In
length and Is within a very short
distance from any point on our truct.
The'advantages of such a road %l
be readily seen, making possible as It
will the transportation of all products
of the soil and from field to market
or shilg i terminals by hard-surfaced
route. It nay be well to niention
that this tract begin within a mal.
from th-. city limits of Oilneoville.
and the distance to the city could be
easily walked ailhiln a few minuteil
fron any part of the tract.
"It in the sole' delre ef uour rcom
lpany to Induce the hilgh~*t type of
settlera to buy and lorate here. Theb
propoelUoo that we have is of theta
hlghest order. We have the right

aya Rored to Have

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Uil!A Iewyc IS-lbs peopl 01

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itater was the eMarator of th
marmete, t is stayed that tht 4o
I w^u sak for his p pot N~rrt
Iadstaenry etptosatoms ar -ld*
T e whole coatry is ti a forme t.
Selyas is deooaed oa every head.
b l be is master of the attloe. sad
th people fear whboteaie eteru M
t peotical pri ,sers as a pUMg about
Trl prison ar full of ea. Me eof
w sM are Is a hafttf arred smdtea
gad doatless wo08d weleme dealh.
The people swopnly d&m"and A so-m
1-ersetmo and rIgislate* hav*e -M
-axi- to prevst the cape of

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see" * e bowse put-
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or shipping points. WAT.
"*alnesvtile's arket Is always o'0 -
open to receive fresh country products. f
UalaJnville is one of the largest and U ,.
most modern of the I lor eitd etl '
uad numbrs amng her population a
greater percentage of prosperous and
ell-to-do pyoe e tha n possibly any
other city of the umo si.e Is theb y '
south .
What an Acre Produa NNW YORK. D&aj U.-I TIpUap prmeasted for approval to the eMq
There are two large hotel both lfrnkla. UnitedI StataM tMe teadet of the ~d
of which are usually well Slied with mea deod by e (SaAe satd Otm. aedy. At' is et lt bM Ot
haIppy guests. The ewest and lars. Otte for deta iuhved wrvi e l ln JLu e bd ptaded lly0t m i
eat of these hotels Is the White Chinra ad at Masult pleded ufll y esbiaooueutly ~ A-Ydo a eM
eHouse, owed and operated by Major to a k oas seo fP yrmboadse re- were overmei 4 dtlestl a
W. K Thouas, one of the leading ents forew the 0m MIMid of the yeeray, TMh g a idgm dis"
Ibakers of the city. AM aere of Weet sl t a414 a. euuaa4ry i the ma1tt 1M 0lMlo.ll
xgroud In the rear of Major Taona' trsa of the UIfmitd eat oem t law o i tod a*y tO M e M
.legant residence supplies hie hotel military aadeMy, a was sntemond "alast three yes ta the r
ith choice vegetable pridets, agi by JtdI a Md, is he Uted tte eisrto, sad U r tlis riata JWgS g
the table that is set by the White Circft Court. to two yM aMd ael asi4 admt auA0loefUl Wea
liHos has won for itself tlme abroad. mot th he Ietdal prba at At. heard ib es.
"At Ualaesville is loeat4d the Umi tet. Ua. is a Nae Jvo a oleUfe C T i ,ii$ r i
versity of Florida. S*eral years age that hbe wild apply for a wt f( er. gr#i#asO tha" hAs *Ng f 4 ra *
the State appointed a board to deo rw air &e io. I th ra bM mrt ad, *.
seriao. upos the heaatbHet sad eemt As a@Maery atd tragver, Cspt. g
advatageaem loeatk for a Sto PvoMk had of et to re
university and the enSt igo that of the aets p e
(aldneerlte was ase dt, J is toI tmhe aIsaSe M Wt
ft ta tle o m ay w b e d l eb w 011 "I do "**M
dred heaIthy knlow"g a mpop a& V" l os Wi
as iPr amomis th bc e9s ssm m ikt u ja e a )
al bra Ismes. pthe l bdI op -t (- wa eeligtel b -- 9-1 UMe e

country. 3
"AsaowGeOamseet b litfto to age
tals the pseies." it d i GI jV
am".. wh"n Me r fre yesarefIFs 4
d ols aevs is Ml d oldGiSlg"
serlt. is la Pre d Piof
tales a welo n iped re doattegil. "r w -
It has a 6i010 and *ie 'ao 9pW. N TOKf. ,s. $-"MO a mg W
wem 0 sof w as we a a wV 861'. to I s die ie. am-*s sp igs o t
0"o syelegs. AtI IT *MiAttl flM todtoa t S ao 1110SIX lft
-a is tofthe bets agal" set on b Ameis EM @111M

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*ts@*.** b7 pg < vLrM, I IW, SERIES
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e. pLa seepIS ejpm e.ss

7I0u to Meam t as. W. l r er .

h 9* he ,A,,s i ,.Missav n wa"e Meebsm s tee4
S sh e s m o _.er -,.t,". s lgs s,. oias .te Ws e e1n1

t se eawrto ,,,-I .~- .m e..I ", ,,ime he b t!Ie Ig Depar$ ." U . M
e O vit*4 i epete. a~ll SKuilghts em *D msl
| I to tha po ylat t atd tis^ h Os. Aug. .O' tot to the M of o P., he wu ..
ti000, 40 s 0 js o of. %bNo th41%W .E2 of h v own. ow wde the

a9lo rates, h itkh I i bea IeMs e The v t* a d dtit it in uir l Bian

i r s m . -g ot hBim. 0- e an
antw earBi tbl e haIftoo d M te Ul bo tNNE OSe. Capi rta d Sutp as, $125,000.00.
ta Iovrti room, easese. Al aposs "l.to 0 L 0 0-.
seePotwrr 0th. a* nd Bthw tO Dec. 13.-pot Mr. ,

MIISSA A abO e "- x teiaod a omta l a atos to Rev. snd
Mit a P to attI d ths aiOa. W & Is. T, s t. Barrs& o o I, _mw _at
SO boy ee De oyr teruned byr th.
lbt to te effort b m tfor vie.wom t Te o frieona ina GintAclle, who att IMA

M.*:Ol.ny A, se! """ """'"s tr i ,o Ia,5,ow aCCen.
r muesdas ,ily Sna: i . Vq of the Leg Distneational
T bwhoi o be hl td the Ut 1 town recently, makLRg the 1,000.00
their 1 ual. 30AthM Ut lA TO SB Pf NTED FOR aENtPIT Rohel te In o minu te s with For
a.t... ..... -o at the rst Preb t.aal a to R d
ITERIALc when oIAIe e I P POOR P CITY. SI of U a Ohio, as paes VB Ot tin a thDo Wrr It
Mfor the mingaPr Cw .AEN WIteH T tax s ofplace on ol e for tis of want and msfor
ST. MHday aga seletd GaneiTe Damtle Club WIU Plase arIeM and is havin It eled p. U. It i pit to use when you see
T .,,~ president, i OD ISEL o. ci. vD% of recot L n Po. i f Aa n.

4-k secretary. A ot W iothebrt, b m*e pW e 5 t Ne M ,eltoso LodeNo. o, oaOd business opportunity. All the
Vs or.A. A. MuIar s ted Sd Duig sW day ht to cont thk. Cn ts b,
member of the asatlft aodr.. PC r. -
hlre hatn w Mors orte tsl. Camp N Ohio. 1 W. W. erve you more than one way.NT INTER- is
oi re on a ot Oiaeie s to have a s ---tre at the ir r ecent meet electedtim of want and thei
ov. T. P. Hay we aai pro d aoilon I the Dram t few w kClub by follow a ofv nd iers: 0. C. Hupsand, tu e I Vite a ytour e ent, small or

SpMimilste with Dr. r. P on bt f home test, the prc fom P. 0. C.; T. A. Tore C. C.A. W. age.
*iek M. good biness Opportunity. All the

oari. um oth e are to ed to a most CraIs A. L.; Coward. B.; i i. m.
= Dr.A. A. Nurphn W o -e During 14od Week. d Rih t cf t C 016 tim you money is in this bank, it

. s..wethI..o.solt ao o.. ...w ..s..T. . Camp a.' u F9WIt a eaal Bask of AlahaR-
Ie to rtn m gg ha to have e mruto at thi A r recet moLg eletd ALAONUA. LORIDA.
Roseed s the Chay rf ttem the 0a 1 te waloae by foitow officer: C. Hubnd We invite your aount, small or

Sssociati fo n o naes t at aom tyl utedoC P" t eM P. 0. C.; T. A. Tora ee .0 C.: A. W. la
d pliac thei oetrlb o twdile orth y OWNS -ewlle ese-idwl rca e-rk; H. J ck Ion. o"tt;

t Is'tapleaasen.o toeaatrato ourdsea
I"astwe thies Most hea Paoan d M ofs oon a thee triDes s*tam". epe Rat NitW *ok of A ach9e

*m to rohwith vile nst".ru-ave .or.to. a._i. IMa ar*

Z*ams rhe S wete sM p. in't. pa o t segh t eM hha ris tmea a stLLw
e.alatiothos eavim.Mikeam Omumr b a" ha Dhasmt blat A JOYFULr PAttlsthis AAUA FLOND06

......Associatti onforo o04114d bl e kt"o o o k
to ptace their otributoaea atr he Nw i the es. Wil9110 to eW t etY sa whor a-rhlgr-
t oslesela w gth tueo, harft pAa t sadbrathe of*at lt n plasplhoure tho satath youeal es uoE |
nS A ThD proaldt pa thass ppemm sce s w sad hereostsum or tot gmets tw ih p8Rd
eketh 1oeWisade faat c: is to gt tha t qyt a Oreat tw ail t leaders o h at wo

8 at IM.Dnt.EPoormemboftheDramaticsClmeasgoWIt. D *
Twy g me ~* -'" ge we solm iw sll bed fr all hio at w to say tbera ang a few OW LOe
4 0MUatt4e M PraeGA ht a aa at tho Now jUo Theatrea o Deemls -and m*oth mmes, who an *i nr .3S _^

bWn*Nov a t ala wheft pa. hibar t0r. s addtor the 4 slag iMs tathse aAi re j ,0"A

The entire listdofothetperform W a" disoustingdiseaseerfoto re ve r C td ysa goto
g- ather Ii Ththeb eNg tt part of tha cmle no ea ba 2ter 4 nd be-Mb* f^ jar a -
A *i Marriae. masAtrel. wIn be gives to the public i .i om e r 1.0.L al***
no Tuaedas Daty t un: within a few da. and a grt t treatrea iIt icesncte a yr ou **D*** **;em.... o** t*
A veryquWtieatmaaewas saolem sl to rad to d e atweat ra t opate for all who a d the f eo i t. 4f at Wet
ad at the Peaaytatla masue In this show. The jokes arn 1a nbal amad c t becaethey Vawgiveyoulso lB rgv
Mir'NovTaember Sllt. whMr.laom this wll further add t ithe p3pvbr your mosey bac. gm Dos
D. jrlgas was marriedtoMksit Ity of t the pertormannce. u HyoariIes t. sirlW -t 0"
oe Miama. The aeir has oeen bskepttu s pra o *w e& d re fo, the
S-M&a AOv Paaraer Compan A btteInto tbes g with the air yom ................ at..
ed with the nformation. It a d lt TM. tree dee eaty bre- t he NIi Y. e t w m h r 4 bsfl .. .. I we
haidn toad treuctlag the rack toad eeierpat loer I5adraggs f..m- Mailed

Alen' s | dies of the Aseocbatles md there tebgha. emid. Namoitis. etc. kup

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r. JD.h 1. a 1 Melton
Dr. J. W le t Mica-
frted a P, at, "t Mica-
S:citineaW o 1tettit to the

,tille ain r S o eSgrds Coast
Ling sliv -and that
on *'be had by
thRaeairoled .0, t they would
Sthat me 1 the present
see thatanh pemt
iervlce waS and the
itiMtas of tm-'i 'i
owin to taWbe om"e of two of
th, 000a@atte 4i. Worktag ia
coned," o wtt I. -*as, tey
have .be"o i --twh.to ak-
WS UP tsk I.&'.bWoIEm g the
hduloe. but tW lto that every.
thin NoS9- W mapleted and
t e hogi I4 ..W h some "a.
Swithi a &gUwhite
hyn wi i talla dmiect
to the *'* n
the event 'J06 t any-
.hin. ?UM flew that
ill ot be I3i to the Ato
ilcl Coast Mbelsa so the
memberss of tt U me stats, for
they ar tire i a n bowled.an
they kav bt0 pNst.
At a ro M of the tiselans
df that theW ofty they sub-
acrbed a Weoog.l.. amount to me
core a better A and mall service
for that medti, *ad the funds ow
.savaable is la. small am ouat of
what they wl spme4 It necessary to
set a better a9nr iV
Some relief I prfed by the T.
A 4. Railway Cap mW witlha a short
while, or as scem' as oe ammomary
improvements 4W -be made la the
roadway, but as this some time
of they are wwgb hard for a better
service over the Ceast Lie.

Fort Meade hig tmad an effective
way to check the varant hog nul-
snce. Under the MWr ordinance when
the porkers Aft Jied to run at
large about the streets and yards of
that city they are dtivem lato the city
pound and aold to the butcher at a
dollar a head.

Mother Gray's weet Powders for
Children. a certain rele for feverish-
a.es headache, bt otagaech, teething
tiders. move ad rngulate the bow-
el and destroy wore. They break
l: 24 bood". They are so
: the taste agd harmless a
milk Children Hke them. Over
1i,.. t,.timo aals of curee. They
i;-. r fail sold by alldrutglsts. 2c.
A-k I(. ay. Don't sept any aubstl-


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Superintendent Holloway Feele Greati-
fled at the Results.
State Superlntenden, W. M. Hollo-
way, who haa been In the city tfor he
past two days. deportee. yesterday for
Stake. where he will asakt In the
closing exercises of the State cam-
palga which has been ou for the past
few months for higher and better
He states that the speaker. have
traveled all over the State and ad-
dressed andlences In all the counUes
but four. Speeches were made on an
average of four places In the cotaty.
which shows that a moot thorotgh
canvass has been made.
Following the Chrisatmas holiday
the remaining oountles will be taken
up and worked the same as the others,
and Judging from the general appear-
ance it meems that the movement has
met with great favor and much good
will result from the efforts of the


OCALA. Dec. 14.-Mr. Otis T.
Green, a prominent and well-known
attorney of this city, passed away
shortly after noon yesterday. Do.
ceased had only been In a few days
his condition not being coasdered
serious until sunday moral. Death
was eased by Bright's disease.
Mr. Green was born Ia Attica, lad.,
to 1l88 and came to this section duw.
lag the year 188 and embarked la
the orange buaiane. He was admit
ted to the bar in 1884 and was elect-
ed mayor of Ocala in 1801.
He was married In 1887 to Rally,
the oldest daughter of Col. Edward
Badger. who. with two children, Bd1
ward and Otis. Jr., survive him.
The deepest sympathy is extended
to the family In their sad bereave-
ment. The funeral was held at I
o'clock Tuesday afternoon.

$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that dence has
been able to cure in all Its tages, and
that is eatarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a coastitutional disease. requires
a conIsttutional treatmet. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, agt-
lan directly upon the blood and mu*
oous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
In Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any cam
that It falls to cure. Send for lst of
Address F. J. CHIIKEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all druggists. 76c.
Take Iallal'a amily 'llHs for coosU.
Death of Ruble Lee Floyd.
IAttle Ruble Lee Floyd. the three-
year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
K. Wetherlugton. died last Tuw.day
evening at o:4 uo'cluck after several
davy' suffering from a Are boar which
,'curred on Dw0'tuler 1lt. Dr. J.
1. Cloud was at once sumubobed and
did all that aws in bin power to re
,tore- the child lbark to health, but all
the. Ik-tur sand friends rould do was
of no avail. and she' died December
7th. leaving to mourn her death her
mother. stepfather and little sister,
beliddes relatilt s and friends. lier
remains sere laid to rest Wedneeday
afternoon In Othr Forest Gruve reme-
tery. by the side of her father, whoa
deathb occurred about a year ago,
Rev Taylor of H Igh Springs oduact-
Ing the funeral service The family
have the sympathy of their maN
friends in tbh sad hour of thebr he.
reavement. May the eood Lord be
wih them through thit sad eour of
bereveawrt. A PRIEND
Alsrhu&. Dec 13. I9

A Mwly. A4tIte
Is whal OWNbabiss hawe. be$ Is of
so base& to them Itherhave om
Be mrm your bay is aieMd
Wi" themL Softqmpem-oww
bohwJr. rbwn6"w aseamego
phlse t o andoweOWs ampkw
Im. A fewdm 6 dWMWO s
Vewrulfuawinll Sn w-u&5
bg & gves mm ad od@ LPrm
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Will Run few TU Aeseemar at Ceomla
Ta the Voter t'Alactua Couaty:
I address y d this letter, thu fr
in advanire, behbe ni. oue has felt
mozo ketuly t asysetf the uufavor*
abie resu't of delay. The eaoet ot
you knomv me perm0nally. and a slaple
ntuouncemeat to auch would aufRte,
but there are oteore who need to be
Informed as to my competeuoy, to
(ill what .eOimi to ie to be one oat
the most lai tant offices In the
county. I refer that of tax assesor
I have worked for ten years h the
United states lasd off le getting up
Inform ato of every character for
the 8tate of Fte I have acquired
a knowledge of d which la diA-
pensabile n -thi up a tax roll, a
all lands, f oe d or otler eatriesa,
become a matter o i record here. Asi
I call your attii to the t" ala
that has been jen our people 'y
pladucag a the books lad the
title of which wa M Usill i the Oesw
meet. eauelag Ueesessa empea6
Since I have bme lb this son th*pt
has been fte InqulMa M
date of ftel of -bde aa haeM esta
entries.ead Is ly every ti ,

& oed besi Pmm11t v i **I* a,
th sale a V iah l pas ap

bs ..t Was
lag u uneasy ryo0u0le to *

ed by me who f lalar with tH
lamd and Shel tir h ae, he, bt i
equals te vIt B ea n me I
believe I know do as 0s 0
Man i the euo M a a.invlub b hMM
and raised hebr 4aM making aa te
trips of the emty for varimWa OW

At my age & the e Ne ate
to the work ar heo beeo date i
seota wore labrim daily, s adbam
me from mlalut with the pple,
which Is so diaeeSt ftrm myr mtaM i

IncUatlom. I be that you will n0
that It's for thaim bet Interet of Ot
county, and homWerme with yMr vote
for Tax Aamess, sad In tokp of my
appreciation I will make Feo the ma"t
faithful and Ipartial officer I aw
how. Most raespatally.

Movement on Peat io dmplete Seok
ar Distribute
There is mow a moV*ift a '11tM
to raowe the meoesery tade w r the
completioa of the fmBtial beek
started some meah shte by the
Oalasevle s Odulf Raalwayr 00*.
pany. and whlel has assumed aegO
It s underetood that the railway
company have give the work already
to the city free of charge If they
will take it ap and ooplete the pub.
location of FTlorlda Fruits and low.

The mhagalne oIs go- up ila na
shape and some thirty odd pm have
been printed, but owlag to a ehase
In the managemet of the d the
work was stepped, and there the t
ter has rested.
iI(terstod e"s are sow trytag to
ralie the aecm ary iNM t fa& Ito
rumpletion by private snhaMrlptjoa.

The Cerret Time
To top a coegh or eelda Js as
soon as it slakt-4e" there will b
no dsagr of pneumils er mnsgap.
tlio. Just a few 4es of Illlard's
Ilorebond Syrup taet at the start
wil stop the coUak. U it has bee
runaaig a for ssolee4the trat.
meet will be oer kut the are is
sau. Sold by W. M. J>ebm .

At me time doritag lh anMth abu4
alaty people wen emplated b the
Orange pkling sad peakio g m asms
.a TlUmvUlle. and as Mib as a sihes
,aAd boxr of sta m P der6 e

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mnDe december 1 o, at
181t9. O

( published EveIpy Monday and ThUr1day
at. Gaineevitllerid

91. H. MoCRIARY, ditor and M'gr.

Tor.m of oi
The Twic**4Week Sun $1 a yTea;
el months, 0.; vsngle copies Ie.
AdveitlMilg Rate
S LoIal adverutsemeats, 15 eats 4
I e for othe rt and 10 etts. for a
addItional luiseloa
Display advettla ts for three,
fi sOd twelve mouths at speoal rat..
Nrik fmurtshd po ppitstla.
fto No DOWi at i lnrted

,; W W ii ado n*ept atamps at
ti desatsiumon tham l omt.

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was takes ito"WnSW
~ i~.at I theconuy ;..the as p

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1W tlI, das pslkwp

',% Ian greets its readers this
City with' tw *aes Z =8
,Uring to holiday attire, this being w ter,, l i

e.r regular Christa,, editor. whlch to be ta, Iaattd

earm where to do their holiday shop. o
.-. The lwoe oeoprtoe twenty* gall O., .
sor pages, and while It Is not all that hebeaty fat iat he
would have liked to have made It, ahade tree and reeld4oe 4. MaWy
delayed In reoelvlg the cover of her broad torarou-~tre are ligU
lally ordered for this edition, with towering oass that fatelsh th
we prde ourselves that It.is the sleenceotd l a m de
Sstrete having three roweM-oe am
paper of the kind ever issued achi 4 Ad ne ton the enter,
a Galeasvllle printing office. making them have the appearance oof
We thnk th6se business men whose a beautiful park. with ornamental
e have made possible the pub: trees atwrpeised at Intervals, and
of this Issue, ad bespeak for blossoming plants of many varieties.
oftispfrom th pdblep that The time in which to so and admire
a patronage from the public that netille is in the spring, when the
ell Ureward them for the patronage symmetrical trees are putting forth
have extended us. their beautfultt foliage and the roses
t We wish each of our readers are Ini bloom. The motsng birds are
erry Christmas and a Happy New present with their silvery vloes, and
oTear, and trust that all of us will be all nate e to'pr forth Its
mead of prate of the joyous season.
Spared to greet each other at the Many people who have visited the
Selose of the coming year, which prom. beauty spots of our attractive penin-
Slss to be the most prosperous in the Bulk, return to GalnesvllUe with the
l history of our Stato and county. satisaed remark, "There are none
more lovely than dear old OGinese
-- --- w^.ills."
31veryone Is nblping to make this
everyone islpl tomakethi The residence portion of Gainesville
: earth more heaven-like who Is help S Its ea s de theron no city in
j iag to brighten and bless the lives of ii ol where the average of sub ta
StheS. t and copatortable homes Is larger.
Tamp's business con toThere are many very beautiful san
Tampa's Itr buinem coattinU es spacious mansions, while the number
Imasoeu. It Is the eoIrotest01M a of dwellings that tre above the aver.
'Manufacturing city now, probably, n age found In citle of its population
the world. is very large. Thew homes of the me-
chanic and artisan are in nearly every
It is not the money cost of the instane ade Wery attractive, both on
Christmas gift, but the spirit of love the outside AM within, and while they
which Inspir. the tve r that makes
wch plrt l yer~.e. ane built at a oest of from $1,00 to
4be gift valuable. $8,000, there are found on oar shaded
Sthoroughfaree many apaolous dwell.
S The man who cannot make a llvinlag IS that oeh rm $5,00 to 10,000.
s Florida could not do so to any State They are built with a view to out-
is the Union, and t1e sooner he leam T m pearce said hiaptlase with.
here the better It will be for the Stat uand while tA e m Oe proeanmtou
isto hoped that eatrilattract atteatlm for their stately a-
t Isto b hoped that the ea lal ee Sam asWounMMM
primary will be over with before the a about the ha t eottag
rhlbdtls ampalga is thrust upoa t hae r about e e thaMalt orthe
as. One seah eate st at a te is e am of tho stranr
all the arage m an aahstand. m to b ve that the happi-
Iess of ome n o within m their
Good tarmntg leads are to be obtat- o s, sad that e r city is the place
ad in the vicinity of Gamvilloe as or the esoforts of ifa Nearty anl
S ahep as they ean be bought any- the bom *** supplied with the
where Florida, wle the education- t modern ovelenme, and of al
&a advantages of the eity super* tn for wM which Morda is noted
iar to those of say town the tat thee ate. no spot where more attto
Ha. o. n Russellu. gender of The 1 p to this ne parclar and
SDalabridge (sa.) Democrat, and at tome is Ga eville is ham of rt
m time a member of Congress led fW those who coae her to esoi the
Sat his home la Bainbridge on Deems bleesg of at coegesial climate.
0'her bth. He was one of the brightest A boae withmt the people to wel-
ame in Georgia, and was well knows come the Ga g and speed the part-
to many people of this city. aIg geo waoud beo loomn todeed.
----.--_--_: .But Oalaeeville haas o gloomy homes.
Some of our State exchanges are There is good heer and a hearty
Weditlag Perry with having the only welcome at every hearthstome sad so
whiskey dIstillery In Florida. The one yet ha ever spokes only In hih-
Sun is Informed that two distilleries oat terms of praise of the geaera
bave been ton operation In Jackon- feeliM and truly whole fouled expree
vill for a year or more, the Cooper stao of trierslp of her people for
distillery having moved there from the srsager at her gats. This fact
North Carolina when the latter State is voshed for by all who have ever
Sent dry. bees to our midst ad had oecasloe
.-.. .to give p -saolem to thelr etimetal
S What a mslbtake It Is to reserve om the questoea. While ht eittoss
ap our eulogy of people until they are maintain a diaity of asaner that Is
dead. Many a man while living has to be adetred, they are ever ready
hundred ia vain for a few words of to show their asreu tl e of the ldy
veogaltloe that would have meant or gel wh moay presomeat them-
everything to hlm when struggltit sevets er SraM US aveor and there
agaist deaouraglag odds. DBut when is as ety i the North or boeth
be ded ea Olutlee wer* wh flMba lt f pW oee aad rIeut-
mimaunmy passed crettating him abtlty to a hr recogated a nd more
ith iaa the sirte possible for anay truty agypnes than to the eity f
o* to posses oa earth or la bea'e,, sn eva t Th may n- -

.. Mo. ~m~
~~W*ww ONO t ee m i

~*S6the ely Or. us p1.,
ha*O bs"
bs P641si0 o momt 1
.**O y.e$"and of olt gouurw

1 ypt dOtTQ1 009..r

The a mthe report w to
mm4 spot 8a tsture riess *stpl.h to
,to WatWfy the ea me e th0
~r d s eosttt amis as to their pture
auply. wt si0.l ata e eurtoas
00 0-e r tmoe dtastlo eSMa tha1s
bevetroe beeb deemed neoe-ary by
spinaeb the world ever.
tn that the Agrcultural
rtu t 3uareis ae correct, or
ftafUayso, ft Is diiult to h-ard a
a"eeasa t4 bow hih the prie aof, 00
toatxladamse dortag the neat w
opthe. If U anufa triag O ooft
fabrics. shold receive, thel Ipetup W
a rapidly eiawlding demand between
this and the appearance of the next
crop the price of the remaiinn por-
tion of the cotton held by growers and
traders might easily be advanced to
twenty eets per pound.
But so matter what the prfoep may I
be for the remainder of the prop, it
is absolutely certain that the effect
of this return on the industry of oot-
ton growing will raise the acreage to
something like 85,.000,000 acres next
year. This will mean an enormous
increase in the demand for cotton
"oed for planting, in the amount of
fertillsers needed, and increased deo
manda upon the banks for funds with
which to finance the planting and gather
ring of the crop. This Inreased
acreage, with anything like fatir
yield, will also mean low prices for
next year's crop.

We are not, an 1ik, but we have
many friends who gang with the
"horned castle." All seem to enjoy
the order, especially the refreshments
of a liquid nature. ULike all good
lodges, the Wks do good. They ex-
tend help In an organized way. They
do not meet for singing, praying and
reading of the Old Book. However,
to read The Tribune and some other
exchanges, one might presume the or-
der was a religious one. Dr. Drough-
ton Is at one extreme, and such
liberal" Journals are at the other.-
Arcadia News. Brother Hare need
not have stated that he Is not an Uk.
for any member of the order would
know he Is not from reading the
above. He seems to think that the
main thing with Mks is the "aquld
refreshments," but In this he is badly
mistake. such re ehemts are not
permitted in the GaiesvlUe l b. and
the membership include preachers and
others who do not partake of Intoit-
eating liquor. They do meet to sing
ad pray, Bro. lare, a well as to
have a Uttle barmlees ft, and any
an who lives up to the creed of the
order to good enou to mingle with
the "malt of the earth."
W. M. Meltok. Jr.. who has been
secretary to the trustees of the In-
ternal Improvement Funad for the pat
tweaty-ve years. has resigned. He
i see eded by John C. Lansag. who
will also make frequent visits to the
aceae of the drainage operates aI
the lverglade and reort apem the
prorenM of the work. This increased
duty was too much for Mr. Meltoesh
-4- connection with the several other
reepoeslble poslticns he oecupesl with
the State government He wll be
assistant secretary to the board, how-

The State prem is at aunit. aso far as
we have obeervedL in tavur of the pay-
meet of the premlsma due by the

premiums were guarded by the
,tate eof Ploerida, and has who wen
the awards are be-g salutl* epiY-
e4 of what beipIo them., Re
time the ltto aulherlftle dvIsed
wayu and mesan to meel ths eobll-r
tlom *


ea on anyone. Rather Is It designed
to relieve people of burden and AlU
their beans and bhoe with joy and

We abowld be extrm-ely eardMl oew
we spek to or at toward a b er
girt Harsh or akd vweeds sad
or a smeplelous atttode ma seed
the o a deowwarW path. A heer
l. bhlpful word. a ttlke kadty art
ad a asprtt of onnmi may ea the
ethr bad pro a powr Imm-t*
tve to "ight theag dUtmeati aw

The Wa e fse or e"mg e

l f* 0 .tyam ts

i5>st eqitels mMntle wl)hoh are
a4uisd hto l sterillating t slast
us. Dpla's s, elge to ha' the
tla seeed o way or the o thero
Weeb happy when the Pepidelat sigfe4
I.- Aoircbfnj bll l ot because
a.m thaIt 1 a od bill,. bet be-
aNituromfOa pred to th dleturb.
wardimut lme itahle ib &oy period
O t TufIreuloa, p ao dow. .Hnow
ib 16thbe e sa to bsre anpeed it
is to he p* atthe blae lo the
raleov of the .tonaM will he ptied
ine tu boed oir- tten thouldsa oi
i -mi ho hoinetoed W oh a ped lfe-t
lM suds OO Me. The pwthe

er t he since ad he but
e tns am mdre btckboone sad lees of
tMh o of whato t 4orte for hrsmopy,
*t the turt rtin. he,woeld
hi country back of him and
eodi' fored t ee nheaemn tat
their own earlbmeat to Ie go some
of. their plno.der.

SThe ores p oat by the Depart-
ot f Aericiture showing aw ta-
""a a the lu"area of land ownA to
wheAt a UpoBla1t to 2,44.000 acre,
Udn shat the wrafig of thoMe far-
ebte observers so ably led by James
J.-Hll, that we mut lacrwea or pro-
deseteo of farm produota or lA p back-
ward as a natd, have been heeded
by the ferlnga commz nIty. Mr. Holl
eas proeahed his doctrine In sd out
6fseason and his talks at agricultural
fairs and on the platform and In pub-
lie Interviews have been. circulated
all over the country with the result
that the farmers, as never before,
have turned their attention to opening
up lands hlthqrto considered value.
less andsowing It to cereals. The In
crease la the wheat area planted
means an addition of close to 50,006,-
000 bushels of wheat to the total crop,
a considerable factor in the wheat

Dr. M. 0. Terry of Ithica, N. Y,
surgeon-ceeral of the National Guard
of the State, officially declares that
by the use of castor oil cathartic
and sweet. ol, and without eutting.
forty-nine aee of appeandiitis were
oured' bt of Ifty reported. At f rt
cathartic. of eteor oil and aweet oil,
followed by hot water, is used until
the bowels are thoroughly leased
out. The treatment Is followed by
eemas of sweet oil and glycerae.
Planseed poeltIqes; odaked tIn weet
oil. are kept om t abdomen. The
diet is restrcted.ira very light, easily
digested food. "Th4 oil treatmest,"
Dr. Terry aa remrvea the frietdon
of the iasm.ta d J ue t d relhasb
them deftagIhe mwotloa." To p-
vent a retuen of tel olaal troUWtO
he mprlelbea a teaspeoado
sweet e"44 aewed by's gtee oi aet
W-VWt bokore --meS W fm rso

N olse reeetly charged the
ary a Tanllhaa* that the penso
who buMws q rog -btte tuere
to a gulty as (e alter, Ia coses
quesce of which charge Uslieltor
Walker aol prowsed all ladleteats
returned agalast Illicit liquor dealers.
Judge alone maid It was repreheaal-
ble In an oicer to be a party to the
purchase of iqueor 1ur the purpose of
osavietag peroms engaged te seh

To many people Christmas Is a
burdea bemese it means a well-sigh
rinous apepas. It need not be, and
It ts a s take to make it so. Whea
It is do- It to really a departure from
the spirit of the ococaseo, for Christ.
am was never designed to put a bur*


smijm and Wagon$s

Thest Vehices




(Cotinued from PaFiv
thlrofhout the North by Mr.
1 o general sales manager D
"TIb secretary and treasurer o
omWpan is Mr. H. 13. Co, a oY
an of unusual business abiht, .
Oo lays claim to those happy f
tis. that are calculated to roi
tot a meritorious enterprise the
oap it deserves."

If Ioa of the members of the
bg town council would hae ov
heard the opinion expressed
thbm by a man on the train last as.
Y Xiht, they would either b
"aerpped" or crawled into a hole 14
p1llod the hole in after them A.
It wa all about the council hIT4
passed an ordinance prohibiting cattle
from running at large in the town Iue
it.. We felt like taking the patn
he abed partlee-but experience ha
taghtt 1s that a fellow has pil he cM
40 to f ht his own battles, witbhot
"butnl" into other people's affai
But we must say that we admire th
stamina of the Leesburg lawiakers
it they had to stand the attacks dr.
inl the consideratoln of the ordinan
of many such men as was abusing
them on the occasion referred to.

And General Billie Lamar fill butt
Into the Senatorial race as an outsider
will he? We always liked the Gen.rl
personally, but as he is now Ipracti
cally a non-resident of Florida %. a<;
vise him to let the people of the stale
attend to their own affairs. Tht .y ill
not appreciate hisbl Interference or ad
vioe any more than will sone (if the

The Weminole Indians v.ill not l'ave
Florida. but will remain in the Eer
glades as long as there i> a luhing
to be obtained by hunting Man) a
white man would have acted the part
of wisdom had he reinained en his
own dunghilll," like the Indian,. I
stead of selling his phosphate land
and removing to town.

The County Commissioners should
supply Sheriff Ramsey with a pair
of blood hounds. If the sh.rifT had
been In possession of such do:< there
is little doubt that the recent lurse
.natchers In this city would have
been run down and captured.

The heavy rain of Sunday night
and Monday was hailed with dl'lght
by the people of this section The
rainfall appears to have been 't ral
all over the State, and will lpro u f
great benefit to the farmer-

The "Mindanas." th. le>iut'l
launch of J. A. Ferguson of i'wnner.
Col., is riding at anchor in the St
Johns river off Orange Park, waiting
the arrival of Mr. Ferguson and tfa
iy, who are expected Ie that city i
o very short time.



( BiiMch and Poor Was Not Much

nAfter A.

YORK, DeO. & A bspseak-
it t C t the
jbl j ebi ofl ts
is Africa. .
Sgregh a dri ing I or to
W a rsilm wad iW made
Sto a to epical l e-
go afterward a toi thhe
lioMe room wg o i alight

Sresideut, ta iN even
r prfestewd tletrday ao
oeastrat to e .0S of the
Swho rose to thMet 'fet Sad
Sli a b he e6te10'the twg
thke room frmt tio. *'-. The
o the MMt"o o"0 of the
i auto Ole tritg *ea6dent
M had. RaiW OaO eiatMg down

r the hall, the Pe etshet met
r of the Bowery am lo work-
pog them Mrs. Bird, *he moth-,
sthe 1wery," and Dr. Halimaod.
htendent of the mO1les. The
at uaj Introdiedl by Louis
s who established the intso

SHallimoDd Ast spoke to the

wader if you uNAderstaa what
gor it Is to have the Prelident
I United States to come down
to ee you?"
do," came a cborm of ab wers.
L are graUtifiedl?"
Sire." came another hearty re-

Syou from the bottom of your a
L thank the Preildebt for con-

b do, we do." r
took a man with a big athletic
Ito come all the way from the




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White House to the Bowery," said
Mr. Hallmond, "but the wings of the
tagle are very wide. and he has comiv
right from the seats of the mighty to
the bottomless pits of despair to en.
courage you. Now give him three
rousing Bowery cheers."
The audience responded with a will
"As I look In your faces," said the
President aI him addresa.'I -so you
to be earnest American eitsLans. Some
Of you are down on your luck, but
you are responding In every fibre to
the "ame sentiments of loyalty and
decency, love of country and the same
aspirations for better ideals that I
hope every man in this country has.
"I am glad to be here, If by being
here and by saying so I ca-*convlnce
you that the so-called chasm between
you and those who seem for the time
being to be more fortunate is not so
much of a chasm after all. and that
there in between them and you a feel-
ing of sympathy on their part and an
earnest desire that you shall have
that equality of opportunity of getting
on your feet, of earning a decent live.
lihood and supporting your families
which we hope every man who lives
under the Stars and Stripes enjoys.
"I am glad to testify to my Interest
in the work of the mission, which I
hope will always help you and others
over the hard places-the times when
the Lord and everybody else seems
to be against you-to help you at such
times to believe that there are people
ln the world who sympathize with you
and hope you will achieve all that
an equality of opportunity will give
you and to help you to better tflngx."
After Inspecting the "bread line"
room the President was whirled In his
automobile to his brother's home.
where he sent the night.


Aleohm Oe"t PM r e r
teoeof He le ee i*tat
The negro populati at Alacha
county Is not prootmate as lage
a It I In some of the other co0tIes
of the State. but to Ailbua oosaty
the colored people w t make their
homes her e mad who a not sojom
ng so long as work t the great
phosphate main or a turpemtUe
terms suit their ftha, an I tndu.
trious pope.
Clashee between the Uwdeed peop
and the whtM ft ual&#wa I ani
county. The Meo I Sto r gITv to
improTving hs pwtb&i"- oa his
own tarm W tI wm a his whlte
neighbor. 06 the balw e Io seao of
the other f man eot tiMdstry. As

time sad emee to-wadvuaeag
is lnter ma pWr o for his.
slf sad W0 .
Own t"Wr OwN n Ms.
A great umWy sdsl eople I
Alachua county owv their own tus
and are making a s oIehp at tarmag.
They ire aot Sve to aMeOpts to
seek political peftaet sad take
Uttle if any lantrest a the effortt
which have been made to btodue Uthe
to do so. The Set tladMts es of t
county. such as the pthphate mia
and the turpetlie turm employ a
ireat many negrose, but te class of
labor is as a rule taporto not oaly
Into the county but late the Sato. As
a rule If the colored ams od Alackan
county desires *mploymest .d to tn
search of It he goe to the amer and
does not have to venture ar from
home to secure work at 0oo wages.
Interest in oehoM .
The colored pewie at Alachma
county take a great deal of Interest
In their schools and the evaluation of
the colored public school buildings
In Alachua county 1I far ahead of that
of any other county Is this State.
If the negro il a barWer In this
county be grows cotton sad eorn. The
probablllties are that he was born In
a cotton Seld and that be desires to
follow that Industry to whloh he is
beat adapted. Cors, of eotrse, tW
irown. but cotton la the colored man's
cash crop and in Alaebuas eonty the
liina mad s ffw n&-f &

:er Is Held For Triple s oappy g the
ton season. He knows bow to grow
thlestaple and he rows a qgldty
S s which bilngs the beet pries l the
In this way the eolored pa stUoa
of Alachua enesty Is adding o the
murder at Savannah, Ga county'
here to work the fare and It is jut
as Important for the th ero to bave
H, Dec. 14.-Develop- siclan at the Savannah Hospital that him as it is for the phosphate amter
right in the aftermath of statements made during a moment of or the naval stores operator to em-
iurder of last riday at- oonsclpusness by Mrs. Hunter yester. ploy him In the O rylg e of those
irth t the startling day charged the crimes to her husband. treat Industri.as.
not a single murderer but and that she was being hold by a n-~ "
ibly three were aged gro man when the blows ere struck tinted Ireats and prosperity the
ision of the terrible that caused her death. country "
unty officers last nght Rev. J. S. Wilder, pastor of a Bap He pointed out that te S h aw.,
t of these J. C. Hauter, tit chureh here. stated thatr'Mrs. I agrinltul ad ms u, was
Mrs. Maggie Hatera Hunte ar atrrecogalMulsnlg decIlaiO pMoperFO Ia never h bOeeaM
yesterday added a tdhrd a white Ias had struck the Wbows. the moe ad womes Io te
Sof mardoeed wome, Yesterday and lat ight the polee a Pt lato the wor their f t
me. oicerws contined theirO e oslrtagy d aslty. ast as ea
we that the bato of evl- of Hunter, who has bee a pnree wr eo desedet apos ep a aIr the
plete, aeetlar that -s -eaae Saturday. He stoutly deled st tr M tdhe pio bM e1er
dly staIedS. apper tty s gu or fthe n ry.
r blood, w k we Mayor Tedemas lat aght aao a." he e.te .e.
yesterday sI ti to that no extra editions of tbhe asemw re uIe NoMHe eer bhave L ree1
1 final lak. TW sdoth- papers be Issued carrying the deve lop a s flaur ro eablUois ther
lared was wonm r RIt- amets In the case, and though ose w rt No I have dose dis
ay of the crime 'ad a paper was almost on the r e I have beow sreteay of AgrltNlre
found la the 1 of edition wa suppressed. bhs gives mre please t
lelared to have m ear. pre t them to yto. Tom ht ar
't on the amse ay. Buy of those merebants who adver. thm. te hae be au rItN. To
red last alSght y a ep. dee i The Sa. ae Now tI MaM to saOe te i M .
A t bhosrs of yur respeati1e StII&S

AWNAtitude of asheu CeMy..
ern Boys Rewarded heir besth es
he e-"a tr--s 90 o tno
1hs country. Those who beve beeh le to
Sbell that Alachus county is is
nor Farmng Profciency mrs lab
s s:prVehvbse. By careful emaiit-i
Sof co petet gLeeers g e etleatIae
N Dee. 15.-)b-f m aaslppi who bshoo obtain ta b beat above the level I the se at dlerl
4 "ere propnsated by rests. The ISatr lanhkers Aa~aor point la ti ensty w* am1e toI
I n his oat Otw tI of Arkansas oerfel a imltebr re be as fonowa: Samt e Labs 1
S"'Ita&r to kasDOub ward In that State,. while retlmes. o fe4t Pte t M e Lab. a am
'arotita. DeWltt Virgi ia and Souah Carolina deplkatl P ye's Prarolr, or Ale'hs Lak e i
S :1 Elar walker e4 tohe ores In th.Bw Sat feet: t L leah take. tSt t: '- i
iph Ip ea 0w Theassands of dollars of plste were vwill aad the wester psat t Alais
'" y aro-Igr pe waed this year throelhcet (la oweaty are ar tW fee4t ashoe le I
&Wrrie1tW r ath the baaI; o! th' awards bag t of eo the sea. Tbas h wl be a .rv-A
:'"'i sre a g p 5. t t wrttu1 rehords.. hIth ed (that ohe "ts to the aS of
%y d2"es. products ad yltda pr we". Piroidram we aga3r y fAwegw 4 I
*Baf p8 An athrs ts ar* mae kitg sr btweee. It is s er tou
"*"v' se d r ivat a-. ie s to se-d tWh praise wsars may that the *Iefta ea tdAsO I
' r* s Xa Wa eat st yaear. 'eile aid *A t Is ma 1I
r (I K f t a 1.5 address th 'be bos. one-ssoah e tle is mdo
: *Or U rtWary Wisne' delar"e that they and Ce.egat ad
"' hM. ead- a the boys eagagd s ke wet a m .
"bW im to the eay hope we tave for the e o TW s e mM hI I
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b"16h OW AWY40M YQUIN MW ~ Ishiss twat" bam"'Of pw P* a I
an ORM4.19 mi. 0. W. poun". W *Wb Main 1&1008*04 suaft, balh VOW$
041 samem to Yon how "go i"A Pmusa bm do"* we cana"s 40"Nedfut
in my sMm bWa W oil bealtho, and I Owt %bat I wIW grukaft %&.&"Ak

Mo. 0. Preaws Drevet Allmon Gm4s Ulsbq vWias W"M
Im beft &MIaNd with esUrrh of the psommiss I MW hoA s r Ott
11an -
ftvWj was Very &pie" I sould AM nothing I "aw 061wilthoist I
km um! mar skmmwbo Molly I eants to Ow amejesies WASII I h1w, "Imb'd
aw 9104"b MW "Anii p6rams W-Whvfff ,
mW after %Meg ohm or "t bow 4W I was sastrely O*W of
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to son of at Me pbm to the dew
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PANAMA, Dec. 1.-t4 is the o ta
I of Papamasa tha rVeAent .
Iays o" Ntestagat to for O 188,
that he* to *eibersley wortlns to
bring aot lnt.rvIetwUon by he Unted
Stetos, having 046a0 15 m fo f
huSIdatiesa In p(etereace t. the
greNter ea of asffrlag defat at
S the hnds of revalcta,
Moe the Pdt ixti o-yeam dj r
.which tte Sesay hm be"t l powe,
aeadisu to th sttmemta of am

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Sio may t it a May U L f tI ste
ships mem stews and W e mdber of
the crew, as we as mae steerage
passeagen, erwd Into toe oempart-
menat eat asie iar the wonea Mad
eossamtly pea thremb the peasiag
ways of serb ploetmns as that

momesates prtvrmy.
"Mwumb of ths ew." as ie
wMeas aaWt. "er teld ta dtal a
waes"gaomleMa blew. when
me* 4as bt b"et Se o emi.
wear u a hearth te m emptin
Itm ft muw bs&. sf a ema

wateb her. ae&wempm eme
I6u bw
w aafmp aN

The quarterd an iemrI
eiad ejug is m*a"mS. Bk. im
adosequatemd m tan 3kbe
Good edkmtsm ae immimi Ia4I
esmeerlem it Vea mvQpsuaiof ems
ftfmsbtl ml aftb li0nd tat
smmwedflm umntem ~~1

e4 the Imsmwed 4 aesof
vaomsbere.og omdflhmft
of doshe ins bu ahes tedo t
1 0- "ft sorqt mm o a 1
hopmuinI. bua we an obu mp

a. S fi faasf &d
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now ona t, hebS s ho are spe ,. the verdict sa *
versat with a t i.n that nepalW, 4 h T4" .-.g .... d
Niarag a ha been rmedp4 by a pgrop Wh O thi e 01 do of th
of drgh dario clever ad o0M o tow- d t o 6% tIr*ateed t'e. = Thdat
lees men, who have, oobke apon the pov"ptly i ve .
coniatty thA i -own pshonal prwop 04 .t vetll Wt
rnty. ThI roMp bgw.rown esmep the iR tlut aa 4ay of 1rer Maysoo b" l 00 won t d

of the retees ot the ateo s ad f san t atd the 6 i to, ..... ,f.:,te,,. e il ,,,
maly do by- vimLafo nt l 4-it sr. for 9boor

noladIMla. I1t iseetWted toht a ~eat 1 hilrae o sqtre4. tihio Japan.
3ra tois wth about W117 geld. That Io tifhe Ie the lt MUo as pe Ds wrl SMJIf AtYe fr De rittive Chelw
mot of whie he hbas i veted s th4 e uo l the o I wim r. to be
IrMNel MidI Loi40L. t, thwer- he a iavA as ,. ,
, it le said to be welktablsaheda that oAtlyh eP1 tgaly o1ped t0 the o-d 4
he hiet Cause of the preet reol pe t daatttl b on* m. is t ecms.
ot V"t the failure of Iays to dH t Thy4 a f the 'plal thatm
tribte amo n hois ea associate A sela Ms that the game is tp mapa '
loa of o090.000 obtalw d reoenty ios isaom to Mak his fw sur I h g ise I-l.i e rd Cm,
I kirope The eerve were givna hastty Irto the repUatied ba. o. md 1\oaaO I ,h
hare of the mamue, but t ot the moa rather stand to h eyes of the Ie. i uI
basis atof pportioaient, whieh ha4 worlt as hlviag been forced out by
governed theee distribotkms Is the the oalted State, than by his ow
pa L iThe ey monatrated, but al to people. however. TUhis why be has I
no purpose. selaya refased to M pro Teved deprisas by the brtalt Al
of On the old bests, and ven threat abootini of Casson and Grooe.
ined that if they did not subalt The ettemant 0 passed by Zelaya -
graefully he would trm asgalat theb to the effeo t that the reolutlanists a f A i m I nn
the evtemD which they had jointly or had employed the two Amernlasi to tib ou de e 1U
anltd. This system was simple, but =ile the s aa Juan river, a that I m d iAa )mI e l I n fI an ednait Imw
effective. Its modu operand wM they were captured after they had e. W
about as follows: wplded -one mine near the transport
How delays Worked. Dianant Is S sea no rndenc beh WAHINGTON. D. C., Dee. 14.-A ard entered our compatmenat but not
Whenever in sany region of the coun. This versionIt. ootradletd by a d' port on twage coitlioaq based noticing me, approached a Polish girl
try a cftise was found In lawful po- ter from the e forces, w b on laformatlon obtained by speal who was apparently the only oco.
*seesooo of a plee of property of any o"rmed the previous report that agents o the iamigratie cmmomal sio pant. She spoke In pollsh saying sy
otasideble value, ao aeat of the each of the Amseroans was eptretf traelIng as steerage pw head ahes, plase go oa and let me
Croup was aent to him to ask the while leconnotterlg some bills ne singers on different trane-Ataatc alone.' But he continued and soon
pries tor which b e wolpd sell t. the river. ateamers was made public yesterday was laoslting her. The irl. **eakeW -
When the prioe was made know, the "Had dyspepsia or Idigeatio for throughh Prentionto to the Benate ed by es athkoes. defede d berself
agent would offer to buy it Tor about years. No appetite, and what I' did with recommendations for legislation a beut ae oeld, but sof wasa
one4nth of its value This offer be.- eat distressed me terribly. Burdook to tto conditions. Cokditionb strugum to get out of the an'S
#0g refused, the agent was then at lb. Bloud titters cured me."-4. H. Walk. found on many of these vesels are arms. Just then otr passengers
Saty to outline his proposed retail. er, iunbary, Ohio. described as appealing. entered sand released Ue. Suek was
tlon, saying: "It you do not sell we ____ The general report of the commit the man who was our highest pro.
will denounce you as a conspirator. A little want ad. will aompia lon contains the reports of ndlvid. tector and court of appeal.
We will spread rumor about your t results. u agents, giving their experience on Had peonal Ixperenee
S1 board steamships where they posed
as steerage passengers. A woman The writer tells of repelling ad.
______.....atS. agent. who was herself miserably I vance 0o the part of the crew and
suited and compelled to withstand stewards with 'a hard, unexpected
S repulsive privations, said: "During blow In the offender's face. She
These twelve days In the steerage, I says:
lived in disorder and in surroundlngs "The manner In which the sailors,
that offended every sense. Only the stewards, firemen and other mingled
S resh breeze from the sea ovetcame with the women paseftbers was
:the sickening odors. The vile Ian- thoroughly revolting. Thir language
Iguage of the smen, the screams of the and the topics of their conversation
Women defending themselves, thd were vile. Their comments about the
t crying of children, wretched because women. and made in toebr presence.
lof their surrouthdings, and practically wre coarse. What was far worse,
every sound that reached the ears Irrt. and of continual occurrence, was their
Stated beyond endurance. There was handling of the women and girls.
noi sight before which the eye did sS te of the crew were always on
oit refer to close. deck. and took all manner of liberties
The Medicinal V lue of W whiskey 'Everything was dirty, sticky and with the women. In broad daylight as
Is admitted by the highest medical authorities Indeed for disagreeable to the touch. Every im. well as after dark."
aany slight disorders it is a safe and certain durs But to be F prassion was offensive. Worse than Concerning other conditions tin the
etive, it must be the leale, pute, astual article like this was the general air of immorality. old-type steerage, which still exist
Por fifteen hours each day I witnessed on spany of the steamships, the agents
all around nt this improper, Indecent of the commlsaion are jst as severe.
&- B t and forced mingling of men and o- In the introduction to the report. it
men." is stated: "The uolvertal h man
The woman agent had told of the needs o space, air, food, sleep sa#
mna ling of the crew with the w privacy. are recog iaed to the degree
men of the steerage and said that the now made coMpulQrybyy law. Be
SUNNY BROOK is u rpeed aa a ob anw eoditions were true of the a. yoed that the perndk barred are
*A0* S3 Tso elatloa of e astarage paseagers looked upon as so neh fre&gSI WKt"
I ees geaat "Inlse 4111010114-01106 tAseat oa the r tos commie- d e.-
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Notice OfL AppXcatf o f
Under Section 8 cf CO yt
Lw Of Filorida. Chap
Notice is ln.,yi _
Stevens, u r r :1
No. 552, dat.il i .
A. D. 1907. has i
IDn roy olfi,, o- .
for tax d. 1,
with law. S, 'i
the following L,, .. e
ated in Alachua .o
w it : .
SW%a of S\\. ,,
21-40 acres.
The said land bvig a -ess,
date of the issuance, of su
cate in the talll f Aaron Tr
Unless said ctrtn(at,. ha
deemed according to law, t
will issue thereon on the Rt {
January, A. D. 1911.
Witness my official si
Seal this the 6th day ofs
A. D. 1909. S. oi Wir
Clerk Circuit Court Alaech
ty, Florida.
Notice of Application for
Under Section 8 of Chait
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby giv,.n th,
Bummers, purchaser of Tax Cm
No. 139, dated the 5th day of(
A. D. 1907, has filed said e1
in my office, and has made apl
for tax deed to Issue In ll

the following described proplj
ated in Alachua county, Floride
NW% of NWI%, Sec. 25, Tp.I
17--40 acres.
The said land being assesseli
date of the Issuance of such
cate In the name of Unknowv.
Unless said certificate shall
deemed according to law, tax do
ilue thereon on the 8th day (
uary, A. D. 1910.
Witness my official signal
seal this the 6th day of I)ecea
D. 1909. S. H. WIAE
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua 0
Depfartrent of the InteB
U. S. Land Office at G(i
Noev er r rM
NotreIe Ina herehvby rleu that n(;vor
Of LottievTill. Florlds. who.',n Apd
ISde Homestead Entry No ,'l4 1(
09W). for the Nw4 of NeliS4 MeW or NwM. Section f T.
South. 1nRge 14 Fast. Tllabo..
a filed sO lee of Intention to ni.ke
soar proof. to efrtablih :ca it to
above dear behi. before the Relfuer
eelJer at alncaville Floridi. ont
of January 1in
(laiwmant Daime% a ItMe.- r.I
J. K White Joh (orbn.,a. 0. tl
LAsov lie. i lorlda.
Depsrtnentt of I.e I
U. S. Land ', i ;e t tu ailes
Note Is hebrebyv te it a' ar lI
Of *11l. Florida wh.. r .,l
tm'ae Hniaeste4d 1n' ,,
ON4,). for tie S4 of N", '
ifethn 19. Ord Sw 4 f N'
Tow-hbtp. 7% R 'I
b. it Wt l notice of I tert' '
five-year tiroo. to I..h' ''
*bt,e di-rr itd. tel1'e i i 1e *
eilv r. at Galnesv .r 'i h '
of January. 1910.
OltlIm 1 naim sIFt '-'- ,'
l, if lli. s lorl( 1' A ;
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of Seeion 'T." 1
1l0JI~baWeE Mr i r;' -
teiUon to niukaL
fiIne. I'Iod.1S on It'
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'flabit uf Wlr tn." t

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S. ;. maonl% t .mn .
to order t 0 1
were ag l :aM ta
is ordered l i -
pooer, aditr. M >w

g,; J. C. Me0le Yesmt

s warden, t W; Dage mo
srt $5; DnhboimbsM|
are paupe, fol; iW. *
taro pawn pe di V

aips. $9.$5; T. L OlwaMr
lS; Galavill 0Ga 9 i 9W
00 Co.. $11.;N 5 W. M<
,F m $2.45; J, i it -- e
ioas. $70.22; sN lPtrida
pg Company., senrie. $L.40
addnson. commIlslOa. O $7.6
ai*s Co.. typewrtpor iRboM
L H. McCreary, o0ie0 igaoeo
latic Plumbing OG., werk a
r'; Saunders & rt a lmi
1 $.25; Baird Hard ial COon
series for road, 1iS.44 Ptti
r, road suppile. $1,04; T. a
md services, $50; W. D. Pin
road supplies, $L.; Raw
Trading Co., road supplies
. F. Dyes, road wrk. $.10
sumeors, road V tk, $8;
Me Hardware Co., supppl
br road supplies, $14.1; J
rik road work, $1. J ; Harde
iphie. $4.05; Blaebq'arrison
plie, $38.81; J. 1'9&toer
ices, 55.76; J. M. teL, roso
1; Thadeus Hague, ead work
L F. Townsend, road .rk. $30;
ay. road work, ww( 0. 8
t & Co., supplies, P.89; 8
k. road services, $.91; A. L
md suppll $A0.4; C. W
, Good Roads Machlaey Co.
Nimery, $10.25; W. B. Phitfer
H* for roads, $11.n; Dr. A.
tinovat county mle. $156;
A Kite, feeding county mulea
L feaser, road suppelle, $S;
Iws. road work, ;S: I ,.
& Bon. road suppUes, $2.75;
& Son. road work, $1: J. 8
L drun. 50 oeant; 0. W.
edicibe. 25 ceats; T. L.
td services. $66.4e; J. 0.
wre teamS $94: so" Hardw
D road suppIe.4 P.I ; B.
.ad supplies, SU ebea; .
*. road work, $." ; J. C
Lmd supplies. t$145j; .
k r"ie" ftanll term I,
SFr nowden. fe os gOwM.
I wiengs. moaey ea....
I M*foaph$er 3 $1.; J. A.
tali. $4.2p; S. mAt T gp.
h prisoemrs ft- Hm.
L L L. Kerned, bhla
Il Nvlddeoa, $16J. iP.
itl pad rfor Pate 8tM; tie
'a be. paid as beaews.
: P c. ;. W.
F anno. $41; J. V + .

;ork for road ds :
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Belayed Trust

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lJLAR SESSION I Nm hne A* .i
IAt" hu? A& "w/
iInpdtte tolBiy Sed tor ha S A*k ye *cir.
to SW Ask for it
mAtlnw Worio Doe.

$o0; H. & W. B. Drew Co., $3.44; 0. i
i W. W.Colson, commiusons,$M. NATU0.L C RIOSTI lO
Boad adjourned unUi tomorrow. 1 1 NU M L f t" y. fa
December 8th.lft
BQaMrd met pursuant to adjourn-
.m and made following orders: I /f R. 4 1I1 A fH<
e w. Small road supplies. S$.2&; Galne- V W fv W A1
YviU Hs e mny. $9.8; H. 11114 o ps t.
L H. McCrear, publishing reports. The set e010L b iMe a iu i saWl ii
r $10; Baird Hardware Company. r m
foad .les, $18 H. oCrea." TW ly ng thr55 M04 1 at 10M 4l6
Stime sheeta. $9; L. Polk., evieos of GaIse ville, is ois 'l io s
r'. ounty road. $39; P. M. Cellonad eVeatest" and mo t l at ati stu tIm
Work $18.8; M. T Pralok, .services ow n own as Al ihe te
S gar. 5.40; . tH., C. oseuyjury b tUtravers. mi spe iii, ii h, *. *
; Sf .$1.30. s aweandbatre hem t W emt r do
a That following persons be paid for *xcted Um "rarl"It d d elttUoa 4W
I- criminal cases: S. Hi Wlie-;ge o tho w It wNs_- ,1 W
$1.0624; P. O. Ramsey, $635.90; H. G. rst visited and Wrapkhea described'
Mason, $271.63; J. A. Carlisle. $29.32; by a Speal art ver thet budrred

sM. L70. P.OWyane.K $ ,28.65; ln U toryo, am Theo. .. .i... wi.p tl e .^'.,d' CIO"..
Is Cater. $50.2; 0. W. .Uvingston, T rresi Trea Nor mot m a, e
; $17.80; M. A. Bexiley, $3.80; J. 0. COrM Oorga. be sz" Wee Pi er. 4 l fuu a 4 ** .
;Mcrit., $10.70; S. P. Thomas, t$11;he Onwb Onm.... pub. ---" i ,
s, H. C. Bealey, $6.49; W. C. Hague, lishod In PMhitdelpM IMded i, jlai 1 A
$1.85; B. G. 8pencer, $5.80; B. T. 791: S S A
t Henderson. $6.64; J. D. 81ford. $4.40; "We alighted ma. plaMh T1 vta .
at IN that A *Z r iq
S. 0 Barron, $4.40; M. T. Waters, tW ug or dhoWs to ,ss W il(e e g e y^ Oth
$10.70. P. G. Ramsey, feeding prison. a- m.- d oWurlvW wi -th e e g the -
t ers $212.40; horse and uard hire fall borders of the Gre t U21L to tU t thiswe. l We, j "t
term court, $239.80; W. T. Bruton, place a grtsp of roshy hiMIS almost 0? 0 all t .
o- ourt balltff. $13.75; Miss Lols Hale, surrounds a large bai. whtk toi the istrI lls we M
court stenographer, $10; H. C. Park. general rcptae Of the wa r, dra g*l. i m we
or, road supplies, $6.93. lag from every part of the VKt vNY W re' k. as
Whereupon the board adjourned un. n o. by lateral ed61 itO1f wimiag a out 1 *t Ma f tBit N (e
11 tomorrow. and one after another Jotialg the mil a -. "ie MW$ of $a < to ow &Iry. l a M 3 i,
SDecember th. creek org general. 8rekarn whi 44 W6the MUe I 18 t abo ( M a
Board met this day and made the enth delivers tbe tot1 ttle whtik adan on* p* a. tot1i .
following order.: Crawford & Davis, where they deesead by .low e hatdo te m0 a the tMy b.V ag) deo'.t
Jffereace in mules, $316.560 0. P. gres, through rocky evrs1M, ate~ho e sf eO p o -f bem M e,*
Bond of D. C. Elli as notary pubUic are carried by *eir M-terf- m sl eet aw reaM WlttIh t O t, M*m s
Was approved; bond of P. Prescott channels into other riecptain sa4 dws .f th beee sll1iate lm e _., a1 M tf ,tet !-.
ullock as notary approved. basins. We asseaded a ole f aem Pl. d t ,J + a
J. C. Manning. H. C. Roth. W. M. eminences, cvered with dark i % i lt Ai
. Barber. J. L. Lee. R. B. Barber, and which it one point of the pMoolg 1 0 th MsM
1. W. Powler, having complied with that partly eocirele the stInk *'W a1 0 s 4 1
Sbe law, were granted permits to car. sin open only on the sidte me t tbe -SS W Sa pt au to r o
y a pistol. 0. A. Sparkman and H. eavanna. where it tis Joined to the a"May YteIreh eeash at 9d
1. Welch were granted permits to great channel or general coadeetor af t W J. me ar AM s elteaeit tuata i 6 z
arry a repeaUng rifle, the waters. ProM this point over to look" da .t a se N. >lMr .w |
One hundred dollars was appropri. the opposite point of the 9Iweest t N eIg -I 0 ,I
ated for buying good seed for the co. (which is a similar high g cky pro tele t h
,peratlon and demonstrative work of montory) is about mei had"reSd arda. im m Ala-b seem 4 i e te at ,l
the county. forming a vast somemllts eve or le ,G .
J. D. Matheson, county treasurer, basin, the hills enrrclfig It riiong U...t*
was Inastructed to transfer special very steep Afty or sixty feet bhighh m i. Msm
road tax from district No. 2 of $8K06 rocky. prpedlsoular aMA bare of earth __ ef
to the general fund. nest the waters of the beate. T he
C. W. Summers was lastructed to hills, from the toup f the pepm e d do -
confer with the commleioners of S i t r. iuted. eseave4d wall SOf 1ee, INg n di
wasas 0o1sty In refereme to coa- Okatofetmod*er uly *p to their sow .
struotlag a steel bridge aeres lata mile ad ad Over ed witha v Twy
P. river at cott's leading. fert" loeoe. Msek earth, W gh
eting. of very larie trees. varietie at hO s
Vagaries e a Cold-Tou can neve forest trees rresatag Me kut^ ft aglgeS
be glte sure where a cold is sig @eia r height snd sre4ad. m ad e 4 J B
o hit you. In the fall ad winter II U ga- me (tat. m. Mlbe. bbs1** ma :adB
my settle is the bowels, produeing tag msaey rom tMe spep pythe, S
evere pain. Do not be alermd aer we em a s u skIt upm de h^aw'
tHmeat yourself with fears of appeedi- g the waler. appeyr bisk -I -g *
fllis. At the first *ian of a cramp cwar. Wha aweeed the g i f miih _SS
e Perry Doars. Palskiler In warm. the hilk. we wer w Te fe 1 a3 __
mweted water sad relief comes at he wu by mad mi- tep m" -I ^ -l
9aes. There to but one Painkiller- s4 eorr.-4to he~es.u sle

Over 200 barrels of mackerel were a. ive oak. mg nibres MatMTI, ^ U_?g -13g*t s>t* Z Z3
d ripped fr Port ierce loas Weds.. ptMbomha. *eal*rs i 5 S t? i Is r. Thee seel via southeu of

the d te oiambm. mmI ewlewklmOm y t
issudlbfame40tle09*0 l *iW.A*. hebod db mo twoe dso ahIM
- ~~~~the wo at thm hMOh IlK. ~Me& A 1f-- tst- l.
ty. thrv. 04 with yardsW 104.40 ,Wmdi~ ebei
owr -r~d is mto a d1ofb'# saw. 40 9 Mr
kle~ rdr5 0~~ e d=.6 amebaiker.W OWN

he~~a t" dlow oriyMr.

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M,, .,*NERAL iNT.rr.T tast i <.. e he I:-.He s. a te th at,! a^ll T '-R 8Al Ja". i I

,. ." URED U Y S unRnPO,-,R p j b**i sle to In (las vre poor TW| N OF VAL.U WAS TAKEM. r AI-Ja e
I --- r' ---- vIlle. Floridae.y :l on
S.What Ha a eed .__ What la Go 4 dagh M W. a J,+-,on Ow D. m D, le kri. 'hay Wn+ i at W.eam e a----.- --oid, a .t
S. r _Wh a VWtANi A KentuckS
Ml ht of thlty. be their it w ere. I that place. r0n tM0 he Other R5n de W City. 2700 pounds also StudR AFL

TERS O....- GENERALINTR MOW A 1 welamsla t e1l ipod to Port MyeS oa&M to ta' sad harness. S. H Spita
ba, MoowMrs. daatowamt"o t' vreceired % Vile.,Florida.

ht saend r ,e O L t uis ehe pt ab hhe some r ------- -

s-Prit'1 o" Flria

be battg ho n, of the ar sadoesral, who e oi lt a o f for ap. Roe-mber The S4 ofleo whe Ia la opeB< the d, o thaes of the dresew Pretty Country Homes.
;a H up pel i. tory. Th at o ,i a t i d athl i the of p r ton of the o There a trea grir o o rN L a
~ holding oap we~L Mrs. Mr 91~1^ U Mrs Wv lt r"Hld a nd ao cave th alarm. tS and comfortable cottir ho
Cfpt. H w 0. Cate of Hlnh Spria, TU e a( Ir ha4 stkl tes a7n c, tIl4oi ype of the Ilt.dln_ for Ths li th seond time that a rest- n ladhes uStae a l tor e
1"who has bu s. Ue e oB a short Talt atH i weu *a U s an W eag to 4 ent, a1d onr pto fck oYf Cars ol haa been entered a tbat sec- l thelSate
^ to hi. daughter, Mrs. B. T. Arpow, re* be. ( y, Me. . 1:the latest of lmy prtattalte uof th city, sad judstao tromT the enra of 0e ,
ytatd h b yrday. Bt, ay t e* A l a"ttion, we 0 pria n in which they eet their ander enterlrl e d irop

| B. Wil tne, a former milite.. OI$e; e, Till SeJ a. < 'o M*'o u Msru podbloe or |odd work strance to the homes It to someone hudd o lhoel it> tlis c
of GXomsvile bt who tIs now akata pl ts b ie.r.t t '01 stock* tam u tel vi *n th ualhar with the astrit whlch o neste t t co
w. 0 hioe. f io PWhitwas TII s M r. artd aT city In ev a m
lmg bisises la the cty yesterday. *aa I. la dif to CCARNNVAL HA. B10 OROWt As xs a te lies-ke b kwakeo* w.e c 7eo arp the'
R he, l. B. Bridge, se cois Mid to b book." of --- i se pe a td Mvet a igbede6 the m an d he w. Pe tyi d Cor uH om e
be at Bridgei e d o ttle a t ft S _A to As Afndrte Wereaga Inther Slffc wheus nint made tood Wft O te before t re Ted r g r r

S t eday fUt ilaondf wthe t ce d"c.tblOat, epm* of ht i uOer eOn Carnival Easneet elo Health of Al.hE
I ohtoli uteld Mil tittaoo atiuetasiAontettlonotiofntebt e-4 tat eant to bctao o*howa ivesoutl0i-ot and

oti Mttot Coner e olts t oe notle, s s proablu th ome darkb that ehigr- The health tatlstlts of Ala
evm we have bs due and via to the t y dy. H ast t.rowd r an r y u tcontyw t oe f
g. olUrlo eagla put is arenad Iliand aong t e I*9. o114 that e 1 mid111 to partiolpt ato Ithe trat A ooapl hts time s ad M. w a a s obot at a i btlithlest sciones ath world. ti.
S aro to order.to rr the tS e had o f e %lft o stapl h aadhe o"n kt'c$ wek ot he1rm et spe wf fo The b he eo nd rto ieS bdta lare eslkn-si tn te
whoas. They eebys V er vero a 0 shoot the rse 1dvsl e ws l1a d on eettoa. Te rittsdT rlor stc gsl tdewe was a5l. b eintere i tra t e e pdI Tahe nteli te o c th

W M md ri mtonhe low bfgss W.t ls who AtMowt hvse soft eHe0lsettso d r el rw the e is but little if an malaria
Sisalom Inda that M ors.eo. orh e as eshive ttrudk ret" t olw with ea, h and the son prcs itawich the ohpt i le sprtiohs within he borders

MNe Ruth Thorp, who has beeo swlw les suwtas, w a visYtor erto os aI sr aboel te avras strut
fteGe. the Rooky Hill chtar for the edt ls eday. He has now m-v. carlval attsractas. ite toie hm it sro tbli n
*rid bme" iwa "ooat he ea their Do not go way disgusted wt
the psaut few sthve wao a Tidtor ror h t cherms wat as had toa- T-e- Mi t, .t the.sri wh oh .
Yea rs Into yhstoryy. The W e CoAp, b nAw 4 6A is to dO th9 Cr ...... 40i fOVd Brear in mind thf t ther

romt to 0be" hoe t Iakelsad, wWhe rdy wf arlyf patati'A od h sprin and $aa rmlt eal eta to be happy INANCIAL TATEMENT millions. of acres of as rood old
S *o willd pe4 the Chra ho rp He. al of the on the wold a ig Se' Ih th1 si g this tamte as can be found anyw
e with her pareatl. bt whrtee of that soeto. easto for a jolly te. Of City l anvilla for PIo"d Rnd. and It ei not held at fabulous pri
SHMi Dell Md..aow of Hoihne, 8. M. Ve2Mbe, the entN sad basket .si NovembTe M4 Io. The pine lands and sandy soil rmtyi
C., who haa bt 1 hero for th pat man of Arohe was t a bl- sbsPOR8 JUDGE CARLILI. Coditon oth fends at eeloe of hbut- PPeli to you, but look about yof A
Several edas a the eM of h ae Ine the oily aterday. He sta -- 'oI the heehat ed- o h a see what shey can produce i oi
turne t4eheigYts Mnssol 1s whi ..asset1oTati healthiest etiand foinr theorold,

Sgasld, Mie Roesabtast Pedrloun desart that hth ooeapay now ha tay hand m.tla Waaspinton Chated wnith r.e Db fopl tpime s Ib 10 And.oa. bu laity in forming your oeinimen

rd yesterday tor her homo. During the IsrMt atoqk the hav ever oemar kn of t1 Il e. e aii st ................i ..r i t Mt eiO ti
her short stay she made a het of rid tInthis clatw of aoods. ans that CArjORt..T are o

,awi treturn o wit throle1h the winer Sr o Pt w eon Te, To balance a (he funds .... 1,81.93CASTOR
eow.nhwho ownsand rhe rEre swor MtotOn tVte oto er The climate ht

S W. W. Carter, a pralomlnent eitlsea their demands for drl Wood=, ido ld the Varetri Fu1s Ichhats ad ChildreUib.
of Clay oouty and member o the the pri meths. t sola isheah Gar Uy Bd ........$ 1 t
I Board of County Commisaloner. of From Theasy Oeally n. he stated was tam ke om hl s home a Mucatloeal Bondsa ........ ccu.80 wth he bode
That placeR. Is among the visitors to D. M. Phtlfer of Roobelle wa i n near that pla e. Municipal Botd .......... 13at.9t netrs n
tea city. e nr many years he was en- the city yesterday e "At. Thesef t war rivned b- rPtiP d ...... 1, .94 t of
plaged fu bultne a a st Arredonro, and Rev. W. M. Ptah of Waldo paid the -ore Juwime Carlmsle yesterday, but Wa noul adereraths e i6rt30s .oAa -ua
was born in old. Nwna asvllle. cons- city a visit yesterday owloi to the absence of some "a- Pdte--conodted... 340.4
,uontly ha a hlao e number of friends j. A Jlan o ri a ru a. etbdoH ew t al" wtn es te e w ha N I- ".AT Mltre t-o ac rsado f as11.9
in this Lounty where always pledao vrhinor to Gisnesvile y.estrd o. poned n.1 Jnuary l it, n when she w-lS Total e Pacn f ..........ov A $i
I a- ec tin. s a 8 O. 0 etrouer and son of Roehelle be elven a heartdn. tiNov. $0h 1a0
Mi Fro el W M rew ofiFlorenly ce, Swere amone the vlasitor here yTter pe-lndadNnd ol
SW. 8. Turner of Micanopy was via-day. LOCHLOO.A NEWa. .p. .o vo. .r. Feast
0 w In the cey ereday. fMr. and Mor. W. J. Walt of r atr- ED"G A Apri t, 190N, to Nov. 80th, 109, i n-t
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam Wilson of bank wre hoppln t the olty yee- CHOa D.l .-W. A. l ce, luav: u
erAlacua were shopping inu the city yes- tday. toneoerl of this plaSe but now re sad- alte of oicer a.........l$ h ,0a
s toattn a Dr. Thaxto and fily are now talO JaOksoevIlle. was In town ls t haltFry ......... ......... tm T h is wha.t we hav ": 4
Mrs.i M. 1. Bekham of Waldo wta oohortably domle atthve o wd elng oe tme with h r. Department .......... .
g o I the city Tuesday on a .hopping ex. Mrs, RaChel Halle old frliuds. ights ..................... 1,1. you from which to "'
di pedtiUoe. Mrs. W. P. Carter made a htort A. C. Hayman made a buasnON trip Prlnttoa ................... 1.tb0 aot i for yo .. a
J. IC. Clemmon. of Brookhr wa a trip to New berry yee isday, to visit to Ocals rId y. 8tr ts *. ... .... .... .... ..l .O of t o y9,
the city yesterday and made a hr daughter, Mrs. Weeko. 4tha oea a onds Mi a cattingent Fund. friend
ebnpable call at The rn ougice. the t oeHayman made a busee1ns trip to Haw. I
Colarptr aisrounent osla",i rm Jemmaun Woalcpate heetp.UgtlitwWN. C nd Pf rntt. oane of the Bllond as ....hoelthiel

G o. Wt. Hrriaon, one of the pro- merchants of Waldo. wha a vlsator to wtorf Bntursh wi ordinance .o...... ........ 3o0.I T te h s b un trua
t rassiTe planters o the LaCrorsue ms the ount cp ita yesterday. MIhna the: M ai d LorT Tompane Ceaetey mxton .......... $eM twha etal gnd you ha btetn wi
tio c sasevor mal ashe waety yespest tt Tadahto Iasa hOe. Sgatrsheomatesha

talon. ba lsor to the odMy yanuter e. I rw, the morWant pnad o rear Gtra BW atsE audtorns.. 4 w .0
da.J.P. d hat, o ier .Me of irbetuks, w" a t t in wtho theode ma ndth es h w s to itamee d tel l aPddecawu tin oab ................ ptw...h.Ingo lao new let usw n show re or

Jo P Brads ha w lag e of ieth nd Aa l Jto r ioan oor doHn a w l t o.t S et-C s un 12Ae.Co. t d1
I thiscounty Hillwaysplasd tor to aitynesvle yeIterdam. elrlJanast n wi depum t.......,281.92

I Fro W s y'.Ml els y. s 0 bies diMgQ a Mrouoel. 'e i es a l hea rng.od Evert ythin
J. W. rMalphnur ofe of the la-ism wee amoeng the vbeisia vtor0 Mo to t O ha ttend the- o s er ed re-
s atttlre or te LaCroMe elmst, wa8s. we lllt heieday. the yes-e n~sl e^ ee W. ,^ T A .l laaea a.. lr
Seavueattia byesaes ia the octy yeoem J. W. faoe of the Hapcbngee -ectioa H g s ..S.. DO2

rda. together with his two seas. Vege and C. A. Roberts spent Saturday eve- ........
Prank MeDavid. ase of the plates O were to the City yesterday on ta1 with Mheiod lato S Orre. t disbursements from Tht se see wish f'-
of the Moateocha sectme, was ps-t. a bopPS expeditbf C. A. RobeWts. C R. LMinalOedo and AprU 1 to NOv. l. .... ... t Lorgnette CMN.
lag his aeumers Galaevile friWtos Mrs. L Coe ha. retarded froe Maisses lse and Ana Tempekins pent j.M. DLL Clerk a
: yesterday, a pleasaat but short visit with her p a pleasat day MtA Sunday with oitk Pn*. C O
Mrs. M. & Phiter and IUe sO left rets at Wlteaeche. Ga. e frteads at Cre.s ee. MOOO-TOWNN
yesterday for MiamiL Tr expect to ais Titl friends t Valdost. A large ahinte al in beIng erect. -
be abseat ts the t mevert day Mall tlas ey of Th Biun to some o ore to b@ aW*s ta e lAc' HAWTHORN. Dee. W.I--A twedfin BuSef UtsO S'i k
vialtnlag relative aad friend. pereo ia aotber State. It will tater o T r terBmoay was performed at the bhome
R. L Boole and wif, who have beea es them. sad mAy be the means of Um retlg f ho e to have K em of J. P Townease4 on Wea .. t ra O Hd ad
la the city or the peat aeber of causing the to oate la Alaeba *lse a rdy ts at to ra eare. betg J. Mleey SVI"h p y : "
aya, left yetatrday for Alanbes to county. and MlSu a Towaeesd. The bets
visit rlatirea for a bort whie. As aprecuated bolda git for the oWi thw wore a ia y t* n 1 Ma m ownntrtewl in th
e0G. L Taywr. mpsrtamedept of y wM *e a beary w te"tter L r hs inalrain ft dem ss, tr(Im. to laees sa is O ao No asewed' Deo
fml tMines p O" om" cowPremu. Sivoels ain1 as.oafor emudoeloopelt bve s JA w i n *l 6,.L
QWNalere Pank Orchard am ppbm. rl te am e at e v -T with a aA M a w e HOivs. 9ch t
W" wew an eutave farm at 4* SaMtl o@in astrmt. T es e t mslde I i so imam m f
i a a bute e v stor to the Na. LM. M Vnad be - iasM ews .
dtItwa. p. B. lre beaeabied a e jachaiavel. Ne sme a joae te wtas v S .
W. O'Iara. Me ft the pr se 1We keOr a thle tinlag Ota tthe eS Mra staaiwd 0 Onl oT a ,fW"= i 3.2Sjam R0' r
farmers ef M..eWe, wa t.b.WubLe is Ta, where he wIN he ple1 9ba
states that someWStts apl% Vkgaie ga seed..

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edk Ibl 14
PC pt*tham-
UP oil the con bmlam
mmlar minded 3I5al~Sy the
~meYuletide j011"E.' qwnt
~rvi of beef Path*~l!ilb h
Cotra" '17to tbe 0110
brentoir of the!t itabuv0.
Cb Crimau flaVOI Wmin t1WAUi
Iii likely that It W40i ecr to f@w
Amen anll.;and to m10 IluOaa to
dbw~nt i If t we.&R** d stoe6W
r.enp that CM11111111Vhhena. 0115
teld the 4'hritm tnm#Qh^ figesome
b- Insimeparably epbftiitwVim". o
mch (,f the holiftay UtOPaO O N.
*M1iid hInthe populat hmi that It to
11e(mal yner the men~ao of' Christ
mag tifgtestshim. ~) fthe
6 allIher, a mian wbj* t h n
mU!7 Ur Jxrie ilux~ivumpwawu n PU,
ubh foid 1".n at Malt* *ben News,*'
4Wt Q.1 114 41 way to 't~'P who bad
T1Uh-I Sir Walter Vbe*O an
bd"- -IAhina ma"d i.wh inaft
WU r.ti we~retary to tbq Visited AllIeS

opil, nhInEngnland. That. ofOt 4M
Irivrtm'%first lkick, "The Ikettb-flook
$0;fft ('rsyo. Goat.," had pleased
4Y W) hgg Inne ld~eded that It
Was ruplmdIllhed by JohnM Mtyy In
Lwl-~md tratudated Into mvevrtll eo
Ii't, :m iiivizge. Roth thpublish-
t ~ho-pbliewerptorgng Xhim to
dr. 'd'flilIg equally ve'tui.NW-
iv re'hIoe-l nmore keenly than, did the
a the e i, xquiuite wlid the diB-
1rd-ihilng Its mate. and he
VIA 11.1:1 [to be driven Into mcdl-
Ur'. Tirt., Yen ra laer be pubillaed
I'm~ ro.i,. 11i,1L-and the ehaper of
llj*a: !trpite.*eof ifterry ofownk.n
3&1!.1 "t ~bCrifitimagat Syceb1dv~
1ku a% fiie pioneehw bw~y tbalet
'!;%"1 lite.rature and Ame Olaidied a
Orl'..*I t~r mubs~enqtaeMt S iiiii"wb
t1'In 1*ml Iteam ncas",iu aiy S

iit homedays.&ad do ?Miwersanmess. WOO O f his linksare Pmo
hi:1 arm are pawtI .phiwnthalmmM"boild sod I andte
Wi!',.1 ak1imeq 116smy ama..or*leike tb. ghmb 61 No Gab" uitet.
f 4 to I1 th at In ftheI"r They a~m 11110spanks that .111101111 oa
S4-1-:11r of thorne bewdwM- tope I hik pmi.
bam. nceded no g Ts "tqeul ~el~
ills a -mm ego the living Carem tifO w CON""I
Ithair m mthelbm. -AM0~1b7 1111YGm 6"ad

rwrpied o agOk
li# aMs ).The fthe"In MOOst "48tUW ot me.
ita'U b ae" bm saw
16"h a wssoma 10111t11ha


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to W S W 0 9 it

11111% *ai s 4 1ti bW
It 4

tb ldltaolC~tk ~ 1
cmw Go dhad Ikbaud to -rsolo
hbb ediraltomaof 11ini te Vow go.
oWru that the wrwk 4t the Me WAme
ft" wow suts tk"ad"sum
1111iv a I ~r W .11, 11W
wowr ai me InMm w d I* a&
hI~d. LAd thebe VhS aOO
Inmt fgmI N*d the b brIs
vry a*myow we?

ow "0 "M No 111
Raft 4c o cwbtau f at f
at w w oma #d me2'"
mo lo t w hhnew bat mso

e bb *bad&- (~ba -Y -ft
mer esatl aspI up r me ~ IY
zeussm awft bb 4wowe- o

a -m ftswr t ow bran of IMe to
E~a~i 0 dotUK

de I" do W"

now a"ft
bm teuuU
NE W w.fteo I

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sui p(I -

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2ebNo! m al n4thbs-1 -all v
me Inba itws Oawotheh"s i soab tw
qOble aiond hnlbNaws "0"
tw**AW hqan ~mmhued
im m mi 0000dW 001.p

omI anN
Ow aUnd 60

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and h f"M 5gW .j ....~
mogerwl .t~p
turn and rmeas~ h
plowsa t hrouh ie",W 6
swe. the hew 09 -Ai1,
"Oldn~t W .your band .em
1'There waon Bitot "A"
we was prety WOOl Imeh!t'I
inortahi'but dayligtabt WW
up, antd, to tank. tMangir%04
SMow Mtin. Neeid au t 4,
ke to wunst ameonItault
*ad stave yn ou PW uv'h

CI l "I' IIWIC UU a wnI
veds lomm the dory.

"Ailn ing B IM 315n U iMe r1ni M WEM
took the wheel, and I| wst bOlaw 4
ao a brmer. when there eeame at aft
trmq md K both 'umowf w b t*
b w. I w u o lp the eoIe n
hi (wo Jumps, but a ro II tated t
deo the water w4s pewlta' lote t
to'ratile in tona. an. ~ Th blp
to heave and wallow lMm a at"
"Thre warn't say m e
limuneh the dory. e*vn It we ha4
time. and In two shaklk of i
tall hle Tlmab Ann roi hIb eaM
top tf a huog comber. qulqvelW
dylJ' lion and tbet phlged
bneMlth the wav with ll ,qI
Captain ABI topped and
ei a ebnok of cut plug, whoa
mael. l"How did you spef :
"Wo didn't drawled the
"I'Try blamW d uae of us ws

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W4.6"D otl" do"01 more kinds of aw
IOf it In ANe Not manner an"d i~n lquls,
Itbe Iisis pr.~line'me 4 the
St tuchliob I, 1WwiIll O&VE YU
6iorp work with maefy ~arlities by J
plyiidlong life of usdnlneu
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IOR gAOTHER4'Ire-A i 4ke

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We will, be gl&4 to help p
$Wplect your-praoenta.
StV here where you wlU
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u get the largest oven; extra
ed fire' back, deep ash pit, cut

under oven.
of perfection in -t\ve
positive guaraniti.,- : i l

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ALK about thd trintls of a wo-
manW whbee husband ir late
for dinner or do-tn't toee
when be to expected." says
the wo eAi who ham bad expertencea;:
"It la annoying enough at any time,
Sbut It i nothilonu I a elJ tled cou ry
to what It is whwu you are off in the
wilde omewlhere and dinner and din-
i er getting are two of Uthe moot Impr.
t nt tblg in l life.
"When Mr. Blank took me and the
. baby some yearn a to try life on a
*T as sheep ranch we found there
- were a good many things In the world
i that we bad no conceptlon of tifore.
Sand ilf took "m a differant aspect It
was a happy life. but It was not an
Smay om I had to do all kids of
Ibosework, the bhrdent kind of botxse-
Work. and cooking Is a hompe situated
In a Tesxan thalms rrl Is not cooking as
It In done e et in a New York Slat
We Ilred hIeflty omn ame whkb Mr.
-x Blank abot as we aeeded It. Our rg.
tables were all raied-pea. corn
Snd a certain nflumber of things we
kIpt always e hand.
S W suppose I made myself a emat
4dUal mne work then we nesmeary
a"d M twicie a mik fooe hat b (,
WM agi fo ewerythlin Io eeaer
e fa td nIt m eo r to me that
S reel imv thtiI ta m&y ether way.
alwtjs had l 4MBMI everi day (
. -n-^ I am etea ad pmautcat
m Navb the1 wia of Teass esetlyt
a wo seeun em
*Wl the day when Mr. maneml t
met eme hem a isher was Hew
taf Thuer Ws a ea ao hdtee rS
S eese betwe the dy-4w wo aM1
worft" ays-ha-t I hd ead a
pa-ee dimae Mr. ABakt wi gagt
Sto f the applta water. but W e e
h, hIak at 9 o'elee Ir diao r, la I
pe ped a ood oe. It was mel tI
a"ll that day. Our neaWeat ne hhbs
wre a buly of Afttas whaM wn
b Mw tary wel and waU e hadt ba
heakbt Mr. atSank had rift %of
M"sease eb 5of es*me kind. Y
had mi emuw I ** ur **Me4. the
mtl et lwe t m be t ster ta
hWs Read ate a ohm
"Niw, a t-ed f e ag -0 mh iM 1t
a i whbei am M1nem eM t
i at4 t"ha11 t t ona"- ---ad IW

not. When lr. Blank cwme home he

MAjs&eao3D O onAW. oP.
cotdi not eat his breakfast and only
took a few swallows of offeen and
mounted hisa orsm and rode away.
"I west to work and cooked diamer
in mytbeet ayle. I had a Itt:e o0
atove. r It was always warm where
we were e ept when a nerther came
ap. Rierythlns was done to perfoe-
tie and reedy to put on the table at
I **'clt, but Mr. Blask did met conm
I looked eat. bet he was nowhere In
alght. Two o'eclk pamed. :tM 8
o'lokh, and mtm e d&id et eom.
"Any e wetld haTe appINed that
-Iwo w hav tben frghltemed a-
think smeethlag had happeIed to hIa
I e e in osea the mart emlderete
et mm nuld this was a mo efnwual
.UV,.em, But I was set f1IbleeMa.
It aaytkIm had hMaemend ptrabkly
the a wede" habae broht me weed
I had a gews iamer e~red. ad he
dld met em.ad em Xe w Tome' sdy.
I rew amre me muw amry as the
Ume pmae. nde y m Iht wasard-
y to a em4tlm apma. ByaM 6 h
he rede up. Be asmed te feel my
1.* Amyway, Is lMt wrsi wore:
* eI *app yea aee pokedd*
"*'Tea I eat aI.'
-se was aeg thaim sm0 he wnt
ethr ww". It Malft tmUISt ahebw
evem w ee a# we Im a u bseud,
-r SaO ag "ga.b heIwA~

lotr te a hs b"evo esaw
iwlth A^ h
*--^-- 4--,***~llbllllMI~~ Wl~ l~

was simply no btpposalbllty. TheS otr n
had a little lhtnly. and be o d monad
to eranil up there. throw LiUmelf on fi
the floor. and there be slept all day
long without stirring until night, wbhe
he had Ppt off the effects of the e#-
"I do not lI k upon efggog now as
such an inn .imou drjok as I did at one
time. and I know there was ever' a
wife who lived tbrougb such a long
day as I did waitlno for Mr. Blank to
come home that New Tear's day ln
Teias."-New York Times.
Curtita New Year' Cstomi of Pl(w.
geotele Of eIttony,.
Iome curious ad detectives mar
raiw esto* prevaUl amoam the Pla.
ueNa. a treage r ce of pep Wm
(thbosht by some to be of Asiatic or w
gist lbbabltilg Plogaste Daoulsa, to s
DBrittany. wbe ar reoet strawberry WOE
growers. They are also mted for t.
termarrylag ezslvulvely with mae thS
er. The allisaces. weirah re eaglaeer
bt an latermedlary known as the as.
ralatm. all take place on s e day.
emally the rAt Tupeday of the new
yar. The tmaelame t mart their md.
gaIp tso eptember as m a te hbar.
vaet i gatheed ta. deLmeadtl on be
bair of the ltedig brdegrom the
head of his brIdW olt
The emfttip m the athrtmed amd
Ilr@odi with arer derita the do t
mth wtchb elfmlow. W yast tww-
(4tre rem pt wene married Is Sa
parish eheiet Jan. &
After ew eremmeay cem ew dti
and feee The estr dian e whr e
11 Uarmd at the Samo er a a begi
at It **o'eloIk a tMb Wed e to iOW *
NighA T feto in trSa, U s m
a, t uese qusenseatl il acnhe ti
wiU 11t0 w 1 21f *W *** I
iThe whtle us aa e a m Id thm
Ut U~MW fw VMS amm
After the a"g the Mnlteo demptles e
pair te thk e m-ateWaS Thay f
so the" u mr 1"a1am1 a0 tmeh G
ftoerwti e Wie a ft the miso e
taey m mW ed tof it i W"u h "W
W 1 a -s N a $ "a "n
ad aemh Me pem a a the moe
am m- e e

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Nothig More Stylish

than ,Kirschbaum's

fancy tailored Clothes

~1w South

N tiht. 190. by Amgr$o Prss Anao
\'(E upon a time-Wet so many
y.arm ago eitbe-there t In
ihe doorway of a small cot.
tUe in Germany a yomuacg wo.
MO ith hnillug *yes, a child loving
nrt and an Invalid body. The ebhil
6" of the little village all knew her
SUt I groups arouaad bher doorway
0teing to store. tellag her of their
Mldih adventure, and thes, "steMt
, "f all. rleeiring l't'M sI0e de.
ktful toy that her deft glaes had
r1" fa.hining whbe they talked to-
S day tb he elre.-gatbhed
de, )l.rway, Tey told of tbt
r f-.,r that bad boomed on
C-m*aiti glds. of the wonderful
a h. *,rf that Ban, tOw bet
', *f 'tI vllage,. bed ct from a
hi~ik fl, w of the dear little
S-t' iby Oftlehen had
',, v' o t of woods dishes
S"', to the Ch ri mar.
S" th'si, all the y g we.
'r t -ugI, wao -g plted

iaq~ t n he tlk or whe they

ry~ ~ th injTw~t'g4 bt them mg
bell the n 1Mgt.i

Mop !r uum puw of b nd W

I.W . ONNOb t Ie MS

*,was MA t f


ged mountains, the Igrr ig th4be
nodding flowers. Perhaps It was the
strength, the grace and the beauty of
these that wrought themselves Into her
simple work.
Then It came about-and no one was
more surprised than this child loving
young woman berself-that she found
herself maklnr hundreds and hundreds
of toy animals, for toy buyers from
Englann and Ameurl*a hal heard of her
wonderful ducks and ralltNIs and bere
and they wanted them for the rhbildrea
of their countries ton.
And who. do you ask. was this youag
woman In faraway Germany? I caM
only tell yon this: Slhe Ig known Bow
far and wihe as the' "mother of the
Teddy benra."


C IIRINTMAS ib the vartoqeMbu
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portim or ftmthatUr. Th b is C ..u
dinnerwith savory eztrof do
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slum for th edW a edh;Zb "W
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kr has sure got them all beat. We have seen everything and darned if that isn't the place to get Ch
os. He has all kinds of novelties; an entire different line from others Handme Bass Goods Taptry
there Bags and Purses, Tea Sets for Children and a Beautiful lot of Holiday Books'--n pase ll from the b
He has Huler's Candies too, and that cream he makes just makes us laugh. "MILLER'S is the place--do
let PHILLIP MILLER'S Merry Christmas to all.



HIS~ renrt said Cartwrfkbt
firmly, "there are, going to be
im Chtrist ilagsaurptilsefIn my
L;j~hunuk-nonq of thnose
1111it.1 ', 1ptenpts at playing
0211 %tilc' hh begin with Pusl-
SAid etTirt andl end In moridesa
Bi d~.e~ia.Iet:,uLI am going
lut 'A t't downtown an.1lWt her
out cmitZ~in pi&g. wwauts Within
I1t 4f1 im-nding capacity. andi
I'm p-1:19 to let ber take We
'i mI* i e up wish a pair of
tkW?,-~'i%lM.tidPts or gvold enif
(011 .~Ithing she likes mitti
5Wu:ike' herthappy. Neither to(
bqul;v&:-,[ over the effectsorfIthe
11c" s 11:1(1 been marriedJust
in%!' ., Chrlata to wftr
~ ~.T!ie~zaimq~5offurniture
.1tof Onr weldbs s ifts
tore 1001kizg a lUthe shabby
'IFb, ouse so we both agrvid
'b wie~:Ing our lImle WWU
fi Ofuot# anomber *oughtot
OuSvIrpg to os"Ome f gWhk
b" saurually usefvulam 4 SUtI
ishof us had ben eemStly
bawmrris hair. a* of 16M
WOO withbbig bhashe'amb-
n~aIOw 70u up Utodal OWAS
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al The IlbvW7 Od W6WS&t
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before (he CbeW OM
kfti Putting by a aism
'kb The ft"ovrIn oft&bi
10* befaotthe Nib j W"

b sekat cam" a~w wow
~ fl'uashop -OW 100.
b h arks"ad fIi de
of tat. gLlea boom
lthtitfairy t oft lb
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least be 11:1(1 I; 'hi'lUl ..tLa :111A i 4111'i

n2 LrrMD 385 ns oVw.
tion on It. and the gI.ntlemsa had paid
a deposit. but If madam would Ilere
Mbr am anmsetbhing mlbl be douo.
"WhbB my wife shelled out her cogIO
rme for ble he lifted his eyebrows is
Matooslbmeot. That was esartly the
same sod tOsW were Ithe lalStals of
the gepotmean who had already apoke
for the chair My wife Ibhowtbl fur a
momeOL Thbrs be fcotrotled her me -
tier and serely remrked that ses
ltitdsaceM were qulte Commem and
wafted e t withbot ekerltg her ad
"Kest day I brd m to the deoew's
qtckly. prepared to Ineve my eder
for tah etair tal the dearer dimd M
eagm hai so Irlliwd to seL A lady
had bhe thser I sewms. a tady of( m
Va meon. with saheiMW ta-i Ol8-ei.dd
Sit *g?- Vao as aSll lg to gIve
the full prtre for the artnke. Th it
m my tarn to to ak. Oi the whtle,
I d deW I did Mot was Mth tr
after aIL If i.o wveased toM ay t.
id tb her ha*e that pease.M
SCheMhmes meissY we bkh tuhmd
aiMe the baen esprtetly. I *wo
d&ed where es sroth Il wm sMOp
lMg my 8 wgarm rtlir After breakft
I atled ad repair of rw's perlemne
I had bougt for ber As !e wrt
pg eatm off I aw her fae 1*
a on weet otr to a ua r aM d
endrs sg ao saeOrly stlaar a-ee
ad isledAm slmb pair ofpa
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Iti entered bhe big 4deprt.
surfl stores' aNd mated betr
weit at tbhe waretl *mtetr.
"No. nothlng. thank you." she.alid to
ite solilctous lerk. "I JMt want to
make iture I have nly lint with ib It
is mo diudIUullt o Wbop at ihis tit of
the year, and It is always diMdult to
Ofnd anything for one's-buabmd. Tee,
I suppo imoany people did ttwir abnc
ping earlier, but I didn't bare Iel
thbe. I mean-
*"'by. you sell nfcktikv. don't igot
Hlow fortunate! 1 bey are o* y lis l.
No. I don't think of any penicrlar
kind. but somehblug for a tell mea.
He is a whole bred talk tbinm- TYo
say a foour-lo had? O4, I am ftrifr
he couldn't sle that. bet ?a mihtbt
give me a two-la-Mud. Tbhsk ye's,
that Is very pretty, bat It Ia blie. Rie
dowan't like blue. Of eomrse ye
couldn't know that. Not lhat lam
Why. my pope wears theIm. Md hiel
locs oldw. To& IMt mae will da
"Mr. Vhowralker, where are the e
lars? Tau yets. |MSe apprew
the maosar. TeM, plase- es yes

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oDPW dhis S"" 133 ttlvIsUbth
Now. anIws iareumatigdown the aMoo
I saw a big 141#of *-4esmul IU
They -bad beets In 1be wlsdo* sod
we!s a Iloitlosuited. but I fpuui ch
a vivo Aeft. 6* 1Wlaids It Nt
of shut 'lS)Oa" sep it wq*d mah
theft lack Ilk* mow. mr. Sapop 0b
Vet' porticulIr bot AbOl hme lolbasb
won' West r uwwmere fbathy are
p~mresoed I gsai ughs three of thim
buat. Due't y"s think they OUI las
him a W Ia" tmeand anow@mosey?
"Mr. Yloomwaiker, where awe the
gSvus? (U6110008,61 WPlI 1 0"
helm. Why.hbw Ismy husband. Ob. I
at what y Q m a? I We.Iwrst shem
for Mr. JoM f Viuet esrt r (m To
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Located betweenthe University of Flori and PIlas-fve minutes' wt k Fom
Court House. Th famous and fashionAo 4e ve, West Liberty Street, penetrates
UNIYVJB8ITY PLAOE and someone he iwOt maid thit-this is deatie to be
8 W ', OT,

The work of improvement is gokig forward and will continue until every street is
paved and pared and cement walks laid.. The city water mains are in this
attrativeI9bDivison and supply abundant fire protection as Well as water for
home uses.,

Is not a suburban proposition,
ville's busy business section.

isy Place
but REAL CITY PROPERTY, close in to Gaines-
The pri". and terms are suburban-

$10 Cash, $10 Mo0tly
That's all! Compare our prices and lots with other Gainesville proirty and no-
tice the bargains we offer-investigate the insurance feature of our contract. The
building fund is something unique, and we claim the honor Of introduoag this
idea in Florida. Investigate and you will invest in


OUR AGENTS will be glad to show
the property at any time and take
pleasure in explaining the many at.
tractive features of our contract. We
will consider the -privilege of "show.
ing yqu" a pleasure, and we are con.
fl d t that we can "show you" that
an investment in UNIVERSITY
PLACE will make money for you.

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W ill ;l Is the tree'" whis.
,lerMd Mrs. Philanmler aux.
.I>-y :s herhusband slhook
ih new from hiss coat und
*.: hid his feet on the brawni

I nie,." returned Philan

"t "nre! Why not. Janme'
S i, I,'l. until j tt as 1 '.t
S ..;.d l that was the lust
S 0.--%, I couldn't very we'll
S , 'I l'.ik up a tree. By thi t
S 'ir i.,ps would all be dtlomle

gotten it before. He meant to order
It that morning and have it sent to his
suburban home later in the day. but
an Important business matter had driv
en the remembrance of the festival
from his mind until his wife's greeting
when be opened the door recalled it to
his attention.
He sallled forth, bearing the ax. and
waded through the newly fallen snow
to the corner of the street, where he
turned toward Turkey hill road. The
snow was only six Inches deep. and
the walking was not so bad. (Iray
clouds bung low, and there waN a thick
furry of flakes as Philander turned the
corner. When he reached the strip of
woods it was snowing heavily, and be
could only guess at the location of the
particular pine he had In mind.
He whistled cheerily as he walked
along, for hip spirits were rising. He
felt a warm glow stealing over his
tired frame as he anilcipaLed the de-
light of the three small Philanders
when they beheld the selfsame tree
that they had so warmly admired a
short while before set up in their own
parlor, ablase with candles and rich
with gifts.
Mr. Philadfter stopped and thrmshed
himself vigorously with hlas anas.
There was a faint grayness In the air
that was reflected from the fallen
snow, and there was the tickling rush
of flakes In his eyes. When be reach-
ed the very opening In the woods
where they had admired the tree he
turned around and looked carefully up
and down the road. Of course he
could see nothing. nor was there the
faintest thikle of tells. It was a
very lonely spot.1
Mr. Philander knew that the strip of
woods was private property. and he
nlmo knew lint he could intike It all
right with l.ake., the owner of the
woods, on the following day. noas lke
lived four nilles away and It was Im-
posiltile to isik hlis permilsion now.
Althlouglh Mr. I'lil:intler Inil started
thait lhei cohl put li" halni on thel tree
In thlt ditrl. hIe finisdl it r:ithe r a ditti-
cult tlilit.: to d ,,after ill. Hie l 14t
hinuself nKeira, t10iit* iln ?li dlhe|se
thickeIs, nsiIl aill the tree I Itrnkjk m'eelh-
ed unfamiliar to hli- touch. Then, all
nt once. lie' emeirgred firin thl, unerer-
hbruslh. :'ti l spicy plb n e ,'f pin, brush

"Hit it. hyl. J><'" lh. h e lined IT
dlug I he' NIIt, iiW it : fr lutsn how trtl ik n il
x lti 1l f %% ilrs vi r lI, os ,t l tlu: tre
| nw n l dr.ii:<-'l it A int: thr(l iigh

111 hIIi o Il e iwt hk ls ariag,ir o r mwe lid It.* ui t ruilf'g- leer Wv @dll
twi, 0'. :111)(1 gili' at:1 ti,1:ieiit w~hen r~'rc ,'e'wrv ly P ':,Ity is flsaxen hair.
hq' aljis'),.%t of re' ttn hl~ IttI I l isi t ((k'Ithatwl W y. er'

V- k' S luch nonsense! Of 't
.'b:,renVt thought eciougb
to buy them a ire"- *,
Ititerpolated Philander
sdo' ay another word. (
ti thsucbwj wb onigthe Ifn

'ii~arms Into his ovepwoa,
Uis bt. but mm 'llPimn-

"iA trj Ris nowUsisw w-
11 know thm s wt ela ship

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rw'turWA )ft. ?hbinr.

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up eats att mU sed.
r t3mr hu std soan
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Mr. Ioasiaf tboww boom" -so.
*sme wh m h-eao- -

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the it? we sew." stated the b ot
stilmtely. l .
"Never mind, Teve Ntwrodd
Mr. PhTlmadew oo4d mta4rey.
Ile sougbt bih wift, who was help8
Norab with theI bftakh t. "O tiee
was a gist ascomta my 4ar." be a
"it to beatiftU" r *t rna
dor happily. "h e MM rnm e-
"Well, I'm rlad ot tuht, I was tel-
inm Taylor ytemrs mOaing ofng
down a the ttaU that Ohb Ulss Was
not Cbristmas Without a ta. Amd he
mId tbat wouSt be C t str at
their boses tie. tot tbey wte Mot
goin to have o.:"
"How stsngpr *tteued MUr Pilan-
der. "Why m8,1 .p l
"Oh, L dGot kudw. me Mi Mo4
thing abu*t IMrd t He said the
ood. eld Mid CbfisMs si mued
tjIm wn muglolt tiot the" would
bang tbhr tkalwS bhWe the Af
and *il 00t, i ;ow.'"

How delighted the children will be. I
am worry., though, you ~W e so tired.
"Oh. I'm all right now. Bella." msal
Philander cheerfully. "I was worried
after I found that I bad forgotten the
tree., but I closed out that deal with
Wells today, and I was Ipbwy every mo-
"How lovely that yoA got the co -
tract, Jamee!" cried bl wife excitedly.
"That is a fte Chriate present for
"You bet your life It A," returned
Philander jocosely. "NOw let us get
the treere dy (or the tiGles. v'ery-
thing bandy ?
"There Isan't a tbhing you to do
dear. save to hang tiM ns the ow"
rid his wife. leading sl way to te
lighted parlor, where t tree stood.
its symmetrical ra'ie' ilastentg to
the light and exudlng a frItb balsamic
"By Jove. It ts the hatdomest tree
we ever bad!" exclaimed Mr. Phlan-
der. surveying the bshapely conifer ad-
They were oon at wo*k, and prwee
ently the beautiful tree blomenoed
forth In glistening feetoos of gold and
sliver tinseal. A radiant star tied
the highest point, while daintily de-
orated gifts burdened the branches land
were heaped at the base.
It was with unusual stlsfactloS that
the Philanders retired that night. Te
were oth to leave to leave the plendet tree,
but titter wearlness drove them to bed.
It was daylight when the first de-
lighted shriek from a small Phlltander
awoko hih tired parelnta. Mr. Philan-
der Croaned dismallr. He arched from
hend to foot. and te was Wielk from
lank of sleep i Mrs. Philander wa
equally tired: but. with the elf ab.
tietrnili',i of motiera In general and
nrilitha.r In (Iartlen!ar on Clbrttman
niorninh she got upp Ia went Gdown.
Mtairs to enter Islt the Joys of the hap.,
py children.
Ieii M, fr Philander iam downl-
I' *r!p tM irfeisfast the rhIldr gath-
rr*,ak lI it hihn ecrli dsy.
*l. ier." ntk'r Jdid. I thld her l ha
,hi! Ihr ,very 1-4P we low Mat MEl
vnimn we walkedl along Taw I
r,-ad? Ito this the o vrr (prwt
"*htl> 1.d ou thlma, Jack? ild
Mr. 1'hllnuil' r slitirply.
won it siun.irewhere lbefo re, and she Mid
It 1 i: n l it veIty aIree,"
"I f,,uijltt Mutty Claws bried Iti

s1kaiws how -1o4
ait's ontV otthei
fhthsr,* sad fat o7
etmi I gesoe 7ee WOMA t imla
amd 1141 Mr. Tayloft ,yard."
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NPIrsties hest opmilthe Ofle 141

through the boasai bw

stlo The Phiamoder brietmas toSSwa
a *Una mduim.
"'rvoebad. obl .hs NAM said qpw' \
emmasrtiv Phlla4ew

apt to take ISm &me thwsp*S U
I ig~Itbapomw falftoWV

aft an I.**"me)peateiM. w s*~
let 1theliiftIt")*Pbuamit el i'
that It Waxn the most b"*uWW 0V'OT
am r" ba o b

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T W W"1 athe tbornies
Ssaid the baeboo tI#4

yb7to ba1w up bw oekWn# '"-
buan# It beow Cho mUWOt. sutti l
mu. erpon the "w"4e*tovrag

to owe the childru's tree thlbs after- I

"Yea, Itdled4. that will be an e xcel
leut plan. fIuppuN we Ivlite a few .
iwuide to spend the evettlug and enjoy
the tree wilb us. We ian put on soqe
small renomtume* uaud re a )ij
time." asid lhiMtandler. wanrlng up to
the stubjme as he bpnw'dd.
"'1'lut will b'de ltghtfUl," nltmw
Mirs. 'Philiaier. "tet aus ask the Tay.
'uMarr. we'll s* l tnumr'" bhutckled
1'bllander. "I'll hiow Taylor rth way
to keep l rt rIsw."
'hat afiternmon Mrs. rhillanlr bimWed
herself li prelN'rtllg for her evening's "I OtfMOD NOe 3rlIx I a'
.wtlrtaliiUa'l. The Taylo w lad arc. 'tok W) it there. Wlwn she Agot p tI
repted al-ldly., antd o lail tew other iU. thg fimrlinu she ran to see If 1t, Nltei
vted guests. and Mr, lMhilander. who bad rememlbe d her-land be o44. '
was the sMl of ospiallty., walked *IWhi shbe brieked I arahItd ae
ulelno and rubbed hm l bands with ple of my ludin eser ehlb* wfu s p ,
ant atiklpstltkm. almt an nmy dme' aud g wi
lie made MWalry tipse go the eI1lar soom to kill the hbsy 'b1 i ir, a bn'
for appl em ad t an saud ucuted gIt I was still sabr$ekla. I looked
bowit of iant. I earrfer t bhge the ed, I the clothe. el si t,4 f
arm kmde t wood far the place sead
wrvred the rsmrftag btlee with com.
plecnt o stetWtoa.
Ift was that mest tmet Ja.k
Phil nder burst malsy m. O. ft-
thor, what do ym tht-"- be ena
**iWas. mr hO. wr b" V .

red Mr. isvvyajh

f*m bb fm wo w imoemt
OW60t In@?* ubdoMr. ?bhuie

ow Osted 40 obwf*4

oWhaee r Mind um dUs P*

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the~~U pod h i' w k
MOA, so Wop eoor esa

IL 00 ow me so,
~ too ~-"~up
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prefer a tree Jt t he sae" mid Mra .
i'htlader regretfully. "PoorllttleTew.
ay 'raylor! We nmuat invite him over




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3kIt o I i^toto tap^' i
St th* iBOpr bW wq^ l|gs the At

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Thr,,mlaiIy iota.
oot hsolmlolet gnts.

Xito tt tend A5mt>~o
QM cheul abo.ator.

Two vfreft rt-
Poett mI .tat gge~9ee
Vohtmier Ito 4ewp9mt.-
evera lurhabenos laarlm.
A bu. band otiaDlu~1ost
Two -kt~r(1 -trM
MenO~td Wister fttulag
flre~ita Mv r*lB

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Supt *. -tP hbl. 1semfhUo'-- u. M. '
Bellow, ?lfnaiuei '
altrl-.4 .O.mmimnlMerRNB HNo.
-on kvrr haiarmem; Newton A.
D~teh.*mrl C tuaa. W. a. Tom,
se~oretr~. All eommuwilostkm shoul
be addrwee. to Taflahame.,
Petkwfait ote tbsatr-r. K. 3rd-
mm MtauaL

Clerki ad Aud1tor-S. ke Wteimng.
Supt. Pobilo Imswn~ctloa-l. I. L.
* SbTher- P.O0. Raui..y, OalaaTvW..

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Nuos.118. to ebou to~ 11,1 to 5,
aa- by apbotomstnd Grahante of
AudlrOan SOeool or Otlopothy 1 der
founder ot *yatemi, trruvI~Ie, Mo.
T)R. 3. ft L. TENOR.
OlaTiaeem. Florida.
Offce-4lomu 1 and 2, Graham
RadltinC. 0fie hosts: 9 to lie. Bk.
11 to 6 p. m.

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Profits to Date $45,000.00





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Sbe.eders Uslty
Seerity t. Depesil

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. .S . . . 25,000.00
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hOe very tmd ey'v cmfu ng home.
Chdir f U11.. ." ppear
more ar@t4" tb t uletide feast,
Ow con0 a"d d Ughtere dear.
thektr'U I all the bablee, too,
Co jolt upO my Ie
Make our !, ld fashioned house
Ai cne of e'idry.*
hemlock Irathe iang on the wall,
Chat eoay of mIetSetoe
ite, old dear, our sparking daye,
Some fffty yaps ago,
hen flrt I khOeed you underneath
the bough of fateful pearle.
Weem to een you once again,
the weettest of all gilse.

A Ewrnested mr~snt
I Io ..' d iiJr Im"~qI in ii4011
Cloqwri,,.,vitt otrpniPfflflg tw no.*
!f -i. 11r ".4o4 tbcNeglodw t lth
hr- ~:gr.,yAnwrtfm.
Is but lthe dooppIaSg ofthe
Sthot the fruit Way swell.--

mat&cok try? 0 wantI


All Kinds of

an~d Dr
Tifift Lay$"g mod
ke" Extava"m
%Ornth Grov, Uq4

The pantry shelves atIre loaded down
mi th every hind of Cake
Hnd p(ee of mince and pu m~hn such
He only you can make.
Beyond the cloe ehut parlor doo
Hn angel bright and fair
Is looking down upon a tree
Chat etande all ready there .
put up your knitting, mother, dear.
Che tfnkle of the bells
Hcrose the enow clad upper road
In welcome warning ewelle,
for here are Dick and lack and ltee
Hnd Molly, Com and Sue
Rnd all the merry, dimpled, cute,
Mischievous youngsters tool



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dweed, Ismouag
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ebol.est matoria:white Mam intrbp;
Ivory Uwe .of a spodim am"Uty ot
!Ivory: moklosls.tm work mmW thre

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Write for bulletins deocribinD the ew iylas Il
Fall and Winter gaments, and a a toq
prtees on any article you might w i.

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price hawU p savi to you. Re thed make your selections easy.
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For Mother ad .
Nothing more appropriate
to please mother' or grand-
mother than a nice tailored .
suit. We are showing a big (K K i
assortMent for Holiday trade
at $12.50, $15, $25, $32.50,
$5 and up
Skirts. V. $2.98 to $15.00
Waists .... 98 to 15.00
Silk Petticoats. 8.98 to 12.50
Fancy Towels, .... ... .
.... 25c to $1.25 each. .
Fancy lineup pieces of all kinds
Napkins ..... .....$1 to t0 dozen
Table linens, beautiful goody,
all qualities . .. 50c to $8 yard
Unen Seta, cloth and napkins
to utc.h ........... .-,. .$5.50 to $10 set
Blanket.;, g(txx warm fluffy blankets, $1 to $10 pr
Comforts, nice cotton comforts,
beautiful patterns ....... .$1 to $8.50 each
Rugs, all kinds and ai shm....... .$ 1 to $O

For the Baby
A nice warm cap ..... ....... .25 and aup
Beautiful Qaoques ... ....... .. 25o and up
Warm umittes ........15o and up
LAqgins, white and colored .. .. .5 ad SOc
Infants comb uad brush set.
SSmall dolls.
Fancy boxeo.

Fancy hinPe
Dainty fancy work. All the novelties that go to
make up a complete Holiday dIsply.
You are asked to make this tooe beadqmarters.
Oume and go as meeb as you Iwke-Jol UhO merry
throng and be happy.

or Sister
ancy neckwear. .. .. .........25c and up
Silk hose, black and colors ..................$1.25
Fanoy.Kimonas... ..............$1to$12.50
Kid Gloves.... .. .. .. ....75c, $1,'1.25.,$1.50
Handkerohiefs, beautiful iA every detail, 5c to $2.50
Fancy Jewelry Fancy Hat Pins.
Fancy Aprons ............... .25ceto 98c


Suts, Coats
Capes and Wkrts
MOitc AIrtoOmRAmc
W& aists
Silk Pctticoaft
Rain Coats

Fme~ievy-cHau all

A grand &96iaof.Famcy
Gwod& bothm I" *W

Erything electedA with the I- eatest cae sAd
mmukd at be owlDMy Goods prok ANlou t6
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Fine Dress Shirts, we are
showing a beautiful ifne
at.. $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, .2
*Fancy vests.....$. 1.25 and up
Fancy suspenders. .25c an,1 upj
Fancy neckwear. .25 and 5, .
Socks-. .. 10, 15, 25 and .(
Handkerchiefs 10c uand up
Beautiful initial handker-
chiefs...... 10, 15 and 2 c
Bath Robes, good and warm.
Umbrellas......... $1 to $3.Z)
Good warm underwear.....
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Fancy vest Neckwear Handkercrhi'f-
Fancy sox Umbrellas Suspend.'r-
Hundreds of desirable articles fr,,u r ,

Onr line is complete from the inexp el.' : '
more elaborate lace ones.
As good values as were ever shown '
See the good values we offer at .. '
Initial handkerhiefs ... .........

Dos Dogs Dolls
Our display far eoeeds in looks and
any sow inthe ity. s are i.r.
We have covered the round and '
lU kinds to suit ay pur from :c ani '
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