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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 18, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
daily
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01330
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. SATURIDY, DECEMBER.18, 1909


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is .rd to the trath.
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: ht, 1 heard
0" ( ut for the Iioey
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not believe t i
.. supported by his
" 'e p* art of any plot to


iIa'3.. |with LoOge
Capt. Osbalm.
M* atter in this
, **e that nobody
..*n they fooud
Sa!(Alt for seoom
I" the promoter,.


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to confess?' Has asked.
"He told loos.e toralight out, said
the captain, "that lxso.- wasu IJla)ing
checkers with his own no#- "
Capt Osbon doesi not deny that I)r
Cook and l.ooe had bu.ilr,.-s d'al
las and that money pairted t-wee-n
them. Bat he said.
"I know enouKh shilmnatli. of the-
Doctor who went into the" Antartir
with him to tw sure the t)itr n,,-oed
nobody to fabricate otwrvatiou" for
Jim. No doubt he set jprobl-nis for
LcAoe by ublrh to, check hi. ownt
caleulations
Neither o1ooe nor thank]l* rruld
be found last night.
Story Is Told Again.
Ottawa Ont, lIh- .17 -'Capt.i loo.*
has erafes"d that his *tery publish
ed In .a Ncw York nBsippape' I lie
rOi beginning to .nrd. We hoe to
have his confes iun sworn to is a (ft

T MI. It ebltace. Is the atlemnt
made ina h tter received hbre y peter
day by Capt. Brnier. rcvmman4d'r
theCaMedlde esptortF straiwr Arctl"
The better. Capt B.or ne stats, toi
IrnI Cat B. Ose of New Tort.
ecrewary of the Arctile lb. of wbih
ft WW Clpt. m*er Whe W, d4


1Managua witn him. Ofr A uo a
teen freely circulated and rumors that
.ES. ^ i.S .A Million Dollars in Cash
a nassacre of revoiulltinitu oI -
rurred were allowed It, spread un-
r-hIll, ned and undM;iled It Smally
t n-cae known that the., were wbth WASHINOTON. Dec. I. If the of have failed bet its promoters me
out a shred of truth and Ihr yrebend forta now being maed to pas a bill believe that they will eueed. The%
4d like a boomeranr refendinsg ore than a mluOff dollars have designated W. T. Verone. regil
FIr.t one deputy, then aw.Aher took to the bwtelarieset of I reedfMa's tel Of the IrFMarF. the gemera
:T., :th, denunciation of Z7.- 1S th e Savings and Truit ('COlay are e w e4odedise of the fied sad as he Is a
cbhamnr, and later In bthe public plaese reOal. *tre will be distributed met f**o and weoaM probably akow bow
and oon throughout the rity d4emo. lose thas $ 2,40 to **Ce s* sva- to dotir Mb the s hey better th
Ptratioum were t.ld la hi h ope re.- ab' .1" ('lb 1leto. MS.W0 i a wsh sa it hi t Soltlpw baiMe that
,1dt was voied. We.ln.-.iay maiht. "lichnnd. $46Oee I Nor Si a xa N It ay heeee a I la the ega ri
howerve'. a pr la8a d, ,,,,m ratil lar I uate Ia .tbher e ttee of the 1r Rli epreetatlle Sfthern CoM
marked the session of ('et grees. b, hu t bth grO iNO are baeek f the d
,hls had no efect mital.'- the wallt Her14Of'tor elortias o pa this bill eat.
of the ifoen. The riltr was alere
Prked.-It dprv4vW. t t. oto e Nlow
better part of %,,r and withdreww rk y W




all of Miy Aid Girls i Their Srike
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SUCCEEDS IN 6ETTIGUL

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itor of Nlcbragua Lays Down His Power With May Finance the Vin-eported Aed ela Mo rch s way Cher

Final Verbal Shot at United States. a"" i..l,," 's ," "'"P im1 Fight With Death-.. Subjects nto Meu g.

AGUA, Dec. 17. -J O. Santos dris is not acceptable to the United LONDON, Dec. 17.-J4. Plerponut Mor- BRBSBL8, Dec. 17.-King Leopold two physicians did everything posedblo
has resigned from the Pires States, and he has sought to learn gan is now the foremost fiure in high died at 2:35 o'clock this morna t6 prolong life. but without wall. The
of Nicaragum. He placed who would be looked upon with favor finance, outranking even the Rothe- 1 his aged andwasted body bln end eame quokly and after a opell l(
tio in t the hands of pomr by that government as his successor. wlThe recet akneti peace fully. a
Ay morning. AppareaUy there Accompanying his resignation Ze- the London m by w sat f unable to stad lthe strac pt Upon Prince Albert arrived at the 4eatbh
D other course for bnt to take, lays ent the following message to Mor on reell & l'r Idwlrd t o w tddeoly eabouttweotyv minuOte latr.
people were at lat ene01d. The Congress: Chargale OretllA beoalar the Edaor dand at ItIS M t w the tlt 0 6e hot M o 1`1ieWA soompatled by Ph deep
f the revlutitonilt theatsaed. ,"The painful circumstances in which Charles Gren ell becoming the Junior seesmalaly had the rateet hopes for Clemeatgee. Albert kissed the death
arahips of the Utd States the country Is plunged, call for acts financier direct eeetion with Tbl drcv. Kla. and Oeft Ute chambe weeai. ,
Nicaraguan ports, of abnegation and patriotism on the the Bank of In d. Sor E, dwa rd IA yesterday b iet tedas Bare oMat. he Knl's senretary.
aga has been as for part of good citizens, who are the wit. director n the "Old lady of ThrA ued r le th ok rom 4 ted started lamnedately for Bnite s to
The spirit of revolt i1s spread nesses of the oppression of the repub. needle Streeto pr a lmapvemt. The btn notify the members of the royal faa
o the gates of the place. Se- lie by the heavy hand of fate. The tin Atc 6:0 m 1 p 0 a. BvT the fIly. As he w c asked li bs-o( ,
arrounded himself with a arg- country is staggering under a shame- The control of the s i lnsruaO Klts temperature puls and respira- nr he exclaimed:
ard. Unchecked. the populace less revolution, which threatens the compares n Ankmerlea m steel trustee tto a pra allf stmal. "To tllak that only yesterday we
marched through -the streets, nation's sovereignty, and a foreign the eat banks and aMy other w Apparenty the dralae of th were Ittil full at o d ad
for the end of the old, proclaim- nation unjustly Intervenes in our af. terprises bad made M1. Morgan the wound was perfect as so fever was the Wa II dead."
i new regime. fairs, publicly providing th rebels foremost financial Agure 1 America. premnt and durt the day the Kl .Nun DeathaOaming. I
Madria Not AcceptaMl. which has only resulted In their be- May Pinamse Vadtan. had been able to taear IshmIen t app that the doctors were to
will take up the no oneng defeated everywhere through the It Is now said that he proposes to The nd of Leopold. t&ly prepared for a fatal merIt e&
nor cares. It is ualcient that heroism of our troops. take a leading poastlo In the old The public at large was satlsdod ties. It was a nun as ouse who
Sas dictator will be known no As to United States. of European fnance. As an evidence that the King was on the road to re- Art noticed the heavy breathig of
There ti no doubt that 'Con ."To avoid further bloodshed, and of this, it is saidli fnalclal clrcles cover, but within the pavilion where the King. She called Dr. Thhhrtr to
vil act quickly on hist resigna- for the reason that the evouhtionista that Mr. Morgan is to comee the he lay there was a feeling of anxiety the bedside. Ikth Dre. Thirlar ad
W the people have demanded It. have declared that they would put flnancal a et of the Vatican. cefly because of Leopold's great Page resorted to of m r
Jose Madris, judge of the CeO- down their arms when I surrendered A similar rumor was current some- age. After a reetful day the patient phine, but this habd p .4&etL
nerican Court of Justl p at Car- the executive power. I hereby place time ago, but at that time, so the was able to sleep for a belet period bShortly after the end neaie the m l.
who has been l, 0) Zelaya in the hands of the national assembly story goes, Thomas Ryan, who ito early In the evening, and the night later were notified. The frAt official
now his choice fr a President, the abandonment of the remainder of highly regarded at the Vatican, op- passed quietly. But towards 2 o'clock to arrive at the death chamber wee
rrive here on Saturday. Ms- my term of office, which Is to be filled poped the appointment and the nego- alarmting symptoms appeared. Rud. the royal ebaplal. The alahltefe o, t
au his following, strong and In- by a substitute of their chooslrn in tiatlons faUied. Now the Ryan opposil denly the King turned and called to malned In the chamber for oosder '
al. even among the revolution- the hope that thil will result In good tion in withdrawn and it is believed Dr. Thirlar: "J'toufe, Dooteur,. J'etout- able Ume discusanlt tn subdued toas
but Gen. Estrada, under whose to Nicaragua, the re-establishment of in this city that the finances of the fe" (I as a foeatlng)." the sudden death and matter of
atd the great body of fighting peace and particularly the suspenslon church will be placed In the hands of Dr. Page was summoned and the state. *
lent., no faces VasqUes's troops of the hostility of the United states Air.ri(an flnancie rs.
ma. lill have none of him. Es- to which I do not wihl to give a pro. There- Is more or loN speculation HAWTHORN. the yonng twople in honor of the vie
i a ofa resident A commission of five deputies waswith oth.'r Important finaneall proJects FIAWTHORN. Iec. 17. Yesterday Major Webster, Mr. Cushman, J. C. Ad.
Ztlaya's Swan 80c* appointed to draft a ill hlookfIg to which will further strongihlen his post. v as a ala day in Hawthorn,. the ov. kings of OGanuavillp. Mr. iackett of .;
i. kiown, too,* that Ma- the a'elvptance of Zlnya' r l atio tlon. ti1n as thte world's leading money king rea.l(ltl hoing the la)inlg of the corner- Palatka. were in atteIidaance In laying
known too that M the a anc of Z stone ad dedication of the now hall the. corner stone. *
hiich im now considered a mere for. Just completed by the combined #,f -- -- ,
lo Irr News of the I PreKll. iit's action li asois. OI d tFellows and Wooduirn
W. LaooseC. Faked a Faket -, n the World, all of which have A. tho last bus u, na eing of J.
:l thr h"J. tiniy Chapter, II. Mesaadm.
;r.-at rowden move:l trough the lourihin g lodges here. .a ChAa 'a .t.. l.4 *

On Arctic Explorer C(ook '-: """'" "" ""
S.r.' 1, .shouting for the *'rilto lStatus. iAn old-time Southern barbecue wasin ar
L..,trada and the r,-violutlwi. leldi in enJn ,Yrd by th hundreds of gue-rtse c
O Arritrol for )oars by th.e trong bhad diMan together from all parts of this honorary members oo the ssluty, and
if Zl4), a, the |moplee ht,- been quick and adjacent ltni. All buainew they foo l oipiuo.uted in having
4to break through ristratut wbou it w" was suspended. and after tIke habet bs lafIe ands aciled with them.
S'.* I., 17.-Oapt. BiD. 8. of conversation on uhich it i6l ba'ud." '.,rta;il that the (lictati.r could not cu* the corner stone was slad with
S' ''. secretary of the Capt. OsbaLn was not at libi-rty to b,rea.t the tide thli- ha been rising the Jlmwreslive Masimle eoresnofales A Hfuy of those merchants who adver
. .ril'.n Capt. Joseph name the lierson ho halid obtlalncd around him. dance was gives in the voting by tl.e In The llnu
hl ,, tht Cat A. and drafted the eonfcsio,-. A ?hip I I ,
that Capt. Au wner,' e d gatd hini, a former At End of His Ropl.
.r) of hi dealing employer of Ioo- a.d mn.,. l.o D during the latter do).. Zelya ha Sthe r Nr e M ay ef
n auli.hhed ors Neow has per.oinal Influence itl. him escorted to all the. k.ii t tricks andl
InM^, a concocted for "How did this man o)rea:l on 1,.se co.ntritanrces to hold th.e people of u t e N a Ge
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F-7 Cold
/ **~U...h.mm.....am /O we ea'll

as. ,^0, .y tha e bi hx.yl I Oft'si;. de of the house
| |Yv At4 YAS TOO. MUCH t the^ other i blst veDt their fury
|itt- ATTRACTION A ntwo and grow. pei o wpleped room-the
w46At and zezlaiamla w'ih I. ... very cold to wel.
l Kfort Will,, Made to i 4ave b1 we l an their irlfr nko qu icly made by
oge Line of Attrastions .a b4. '*t l* of cor 4r. ows and
tie ; .. y-of the orsm olowgieal
garly in tLpeSpinag. d snapped to
-watech t cv.e
Itbe t number of boa el* a e
ronegotioatonr pending te. 11 A MM bId'1 eWW the length. that make
proposition for a ek:5 w tI Sit o e be remarked. "There t r
liel have been deckred e. ad r twdetw bone t te nck of -- aer
eoanunitte will, felewlag the C WaIM. std BMPep. ad a few BoMr q Ie with aiokeles Device)'
y p repare tor a bIg et.a ll a.p .. that oti-*mlngo. I , the s ae, *S0OWvc)
I*- . . rujj'M, la **! . .... iM.,rwr- i il]!ae -tMh'rf -o tl e --- 8---t'-r euay rage, snows fle
as thorough e'naverswe gB^by th **,s"malle f" 'I, SMt e-Imm al s $A gutjal howl, but warmth and
'tgSupthe o smw as a' .. w.t the Perfecto

t u. J. B asant, tr bw that '* 2, pmS *' $ b of ti w hL" "ut pse the ^ *' 2 t he
lo""DI -,41=b1 11 a i d
lt. t wUeka ylor ,t the apI "ew* :6- 7 o ad. wTiettle whte th elo s '
bi~*eI llgnthw sif ship show aiplgow are y
thonnb 1*tt l sdt I in.. d p by-1 T-J1my "l u, convenience, cheery
low Mt of the p e 9. h i meek an aBe lmtut tp e fo trt mt colrwla. Vait s ie.






,0serea lhw o stal dm epOslto Oer f .. .A. ,. **Pisl nd1 ter entomn ors..p.
h ebtuste lal H h ...hea it hi bl Th foal (p ) old 4qtrrbu 9 hoursp.lds in . t
g that carnival show, Wll P og b g aott. us par soeehiblr me &t wer le Cod ily car about fr roo to room, anywhere



0 bdhe ansaro a oA list of t twasto k oeekr M r hlal towerntyith ttsetkea.
i swo ed rhe mpAestien would Mk a Ookee* n. wete 4an a siakesr rBt u f t
ty agee deal imorep good t.or.i bo PLEBEIAoS. Auo uc S Device

a l l e x p e a s wi t h s o m t o s p a e W N.... . .T H 9 P L E B E IAti n Sl a
tpeputvisinessto e rmat te herIl oe o ndse noep etoVlat me Varioesr oteand Ifildles




Ohrel q i oud prveftrw ot ne3at os the urtons.Thrsda0eet eints At theb Imantedt Obt0 esb e .0 the com mo ti t0 O.& h el sd l
Neg we wo a e tbmtielle, to hihe tm.lin nd crowd iofe. who e horigmoelyd, fotwenl
Sth boiues n Interests wal t the arav l sn an poltclthe pr e r They we e. norer o t 1bes aTtIet *IV1... 4OA
p of attwia -e that irne u to Msr- Pr st. poe prt paow and were tott allowed
over tl6d treat of th e4t, ot o hed v to he tartory with the patrtlcam..
o belrove that ofeu tlatt toandst forr D d & nb They lt Q rsthe army without toipy V e for M p Fr, antkl,





rai tee orne the perotepta treal. tthwre mo idyo w flblot i Sd no. Thu the deb erO VOu 10 :0 p-
Mof the canil poptr n rd t*. tq do. _a o s f lcnat eld arl cuteInto ple bet for a





O all exp nol, wl ya i tho re .rs t the run o the pme hen lsn 0 tinlr DOltr ade are e Are Gievle ... .. . : 5 p m
r e gladshow tofothisrde scra wipti lm st of te sonw sT a" nd tdr lbthe ea io n di the ir cre diorabs n
ored this purpose, when t I belan 47 B. to
that from ao will be tae. ss Picked From Poket Porp. where the A. L Sept. L Barker, Trc r
wouldra p To stop ofundh otom ke old l jut es rol to bld po a new to ity. But thsly I
proper advertising, and at the tt the Cr rounds step uo alarmedu the privilege ed class. e






im t would prov o bneft omete during Thur eo lng, that te writer to the herneoecono eo- th .
rs. Ca who recompelled the wil e mingling a It hacrowdn child at right of annually choosiandg freland theirof Jille, da.
te other w moty, and nearly all the carnival fgrouds, the purse be. own number two magistrates, called
I amount wotd e rtured J. M. Tay longer, inur. to Missld b W M Carr. o Perry was tak- formerly with pow protect.' tow
bsin men.. n from her pocket, and sahe never ant te aggressions of the and ae n netron.
. ar now several or te cati. sd the a oe lt minutes. cA.' or the e of about 2 years past P. THAfor MD MAop FNAGEReld and lo-
9h att-atonu seatter"i throughout aterwaods. the dsabilities of the plebilana wern oal points South .... ............ 10:10 a 8M
|tllate, ando t the WrisM.Turter She had aooolpe told a crowd almost entire word 'weat d,' ha nd between
a that are now playing here friend to the ground for the purpose the ers l6 . tb ered tmore a moa v o.................. 4:25
Sbe glad to return with almost of taking I the foshows, and water h. the dictatorship the censorship and"
entire ist of Mew attractions, for lgt visited a number and wa enjoy- the praetor tp an well aM the right to Leave Gaineville for Sampson City, Palatka,
big week managed by the merch lug the sights on the midway she waI be pontl and t Wur. ThomWthe tR A City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:00 p m
S.jostled about In the crowd and It Isa AD public. after two centurie tof .
'Aowng dthe holdayht In theearly ut posed that thi was the e time when Wee, fn cre emortic Returning, alive Gaiesville .... ............ 9:30 marked tht

















Proved vetw IatwesUnf. orme hopod tfo deatm had done whtt ew or
te of January, anpter meeting will the purse wao taken. Pfopcmn . ~ rr
Slled for thi purposeand "andor, when It ll and or he. B hw
?en that some action will be taken. Theo a. but Troime sweat P A. L Gles, e. SLptl-- L E. Barker, Traffic p'r
s adely ed oTo stop- a c t or cold I sust as ed b aItspossible to toll almosntet- l ae H Os aa lo, al.
tWhNTIT of Mi CNTURY CLUWe as What starts-then there? will be wben the more elegant "P erspire"t T
Sto hoar her ad fl tht e danger of pneumonia or oave and r out the vulgar "swet." Ae
en muc h to the prorm. of neron.eard o few dmone ofm tBaldt cng to alwriter i theLonrdon byT..
reeling meetingatthoonof Joseatowdsestof ds leman'sMagazineJin791."for*ome
Mrs. K. K. Canneo. Horehound Byrup taken at the art time past! neither man. woman nor
lMrs. Z. 3. Cannon welcomed the will stop the cough. If It has been child In Oreut Britaip and Ireland of Jaoksonvllle, Florida.
Wisee of the Twentieth Century CItib running on for sometime the treat- any rank or fashion has been subject
p her homeoon Monday afternoon, mo t will be longer, bat the cure Is to the gross form of exudation which nT JE" QPJLA.2T PT- *I
k oember 13th. Mrs. J. N. Taylor, ure.m old by W.h Johnon. wa.A formerly known an *e.'w. ANow
SMrs. L MIedlirman A Cstly Clent.eavers and chire. merely Ier keller and Cafe In connection.
S committee reportedvnty. i yley told me that M i. or the twenty years past i .HAARD .
ps for benefit of tuberculosis. who told her. the following aneot Beoh 1770 or no "peraplratIon"
S- credit lA due Mrs. Medl-n. alao a t the late Duchess of DeTonshire: mmanly meant as ineenuible puoseess


a %"' S C %" % ILP'9 a e I "'1 i04,411,4|t It. III % I-. Im t 1 4 |4|$,* 1 1 !: 1 I -----
--- .-_ W elthether ton8 Malartoul onditonl s. ti. i, f ,>r ii .r... ri-all- i l 1 iPli twi .ir-
A Hearty Appetite colds or overeating. try Hicks' Oapu. rted' iusi r.in rnscript. CIV
beftoot y.Appetit they ,,,rW e Can Cive
U" what most babies hav'e, but is of din. It reduces the fever and re- -f---
t eat o t te ae M.uves the aching. It's liquid-10,5 The wrlt1 -I n ladder for m to a MOT for te
sbe your babthe it trehey ha wor d i cents at drug stores, 3m up mnd ,141ther to come down.-- 100 am hIplmat C0t,
sure your baby isa n,( troubled Ffteh Proverb. d j a. IC ra rlbody is 10*k,
them. Su re sympto-ms- always -- M ..." e "
y. rings under the eye.. not Crushed. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY umS Ek"whe ae re lole '
Iag In e'iht and yellow complex. Mr T'lMtili harms,, oiws at : a. mM Take ,AXAT' IROMO Qu e I 5wa" a I
A few loe of White's Cream I th t... lhat tlwrr Ts a LAXATI B ROMO Qute Th e i
Itase will expel all worms. It m ttt in ItI* ht*e* IUts Wife (irn Tablets. Druggists reftnad money if Or l 1e o ,
a poue cure d reliable. Price fiully-mt i rom.-hoto TrVan It falls to cur'. R. W. Grove- s sigma- d New I'?I-a Ne
leats per bottle. 8otl by W. M. l'ri pt ture Is on each box. 2e. -sse eey d sr s Mdi. s
-- Harve nixt rth Otst to vat The Sun j ctnoer is the plaf te .o
Re trn Their Thanks. Watfln, ""'- '-hsitr h ,' -, .-', c arnl engraved. v UP 1 1
'he oetal II in the murt hauni -heK ? O W S
to retua their thak to Judsge TI LUM' WMI WAIMI TOO MI IMM sdw* '
hLk ddlter fr il kiudly rm.ec |ta. '-l e ** No 1TO Om IT AND w .L mDOK m u .
oe them thas early in the boll.C AcOC O -e-s t .---n
Sla the shape of an appreciate. -., ,, t ae trTia thb

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TH" DAILY BUN: AINANYIrIIj FLORIDA,

in fine 'comndtion as a result of the
S. WH 6HT | good prices reeelve for their products
duWILL ring the preet tal.
IN GOLD *
coma arrived in the city yesterday
AST LINE TO I | l l and will remain here for the next Rev.
INTH ROC K Lady Learned About Crl 9lTk er days s the guest ,,1he Mises,
WI9 ROCK Wmans Tlk rd Is NgW 5,i Slnps on West Masoui,. (reet.
.oia Great alksciits6i*L. H. Jacoble of Brunson wa a
-visitor to the city yesterday. He has
,h p r t, .. Sa ...tr l Just returned from a visit of several
of Sand Sl .LE. u t, fhandis i rites M days to his son. 0e. In Tallahasse.,
Sa d "*wtasgreMt sffIer~er f or 2 vyt a sand states he has had a most pleasant
q wagratstufferer for 2 .. .and tri.
e^ Atlantic CM ~~ s very weak, but I learned about Car.
The West Matl r a~n~u dtal, qnd decided to try it. Now I am in The beat pill is DeWitt's Little Early
ve t..all on te perfecthealth. Risera-the atfe, 4ay, pleasant and
NcJ egalntiais ws0 "My daughter, whe changing into sure little liver pills. Dewitt's Car-
Id let this work . -t womannhood, got in very bad health. o.Illsed W teb Itsel Salve is the
S having a e n" gave her Cardul and now she enjoys original. Good for cuts, burns or
They are having Of in a good health. bruises, and especially for plies. Sold
Met A Q uantity of r.urpos, h e '"Cardul is Worth its weight in gold. I by all drutggats.
i be neatly placed added Sl res ommend it for young and old." Mr. and Mrs. B. R, Colson and lit-
the street about tl e squ r and BeIng composed exclusively of harm. tle daughter., ddle Sue, left yesterday
s less vegetable ingredients, with a mild for Lake Louits, In Polk county, to
r lethis improeent be and gentle medicinal action, Cardul is spend the holidays with relatives.
with delight 6y toe will.pb- the best medicine for weak, sick girls Mr. Colson carried along his hunting
,itht s not the kind of a o and women eqipent and expects to haie a great
t I not thave beekind oexpectla y at It has no harsh, powerful, near-pols* time hunting and fishing.
sy have been expecti.ng-l aled matteUl-
fur the past & 4 0. onous action, like some of the strong
tag for the. past *e a w 0" minerals and drugs, but helps nature to Mr. and iMrs. Jones of Washington.
lome months since thm eo o l "ade perform a cure in a natural easy way. who have been here for te past two
special order conceMSINAtb dts Try Cardul. weeks, returned home yesterday for
i the people at tlha ti n Alcted Lathe purpose of spending the holidays.
mething in the way of iw ek, Medicin e oenThey are delighted with this section
Ir thl class of material wi 0der iw5 ntairwp of the State and will return to Galnoe-
Som Masonic ste ..yville following Christmas.
(Mechanic street om the .>r'th;'but | S OF rrV aND I
1 ik been lske et ,Ut NEiWS OF CITY AND teo. Main, who has been absent
Sof that body w for the past number of weeks with
o that body w rCOUNTY CONDENSEfl his brother in the southern part of the
cite attorney sla n Tala vON Ua n Etate. returned here yesterday to re-
SCity attorney u ieo t----T'a sume his duties at Rocky Point as
pee for the purpose of lowing at.
This matter, and It ay be that Copies of the Christmas edition of agent for the T. & J. railway. He
Sstep has e caused tlhe to tak The Sun may be obtained at this office states that they managed to dispose
s this much needed #aetsa-but ready for mailing for five cents each. of their orange and grapefruit crop
ehing has happened that has W. J. Epperson of Bronson, who is at aionle fure and sold them on the
md them to comRU Oaq the Ia* enraged In the naval stores business tre before the season really
meents. near that place, was a visitor to the opened.
When finished the work will add to city yesterday. The symptoms of kidney trouble are
I6 Main street to Isob to extent Mrs. Jasper Donaldson of Waldo is urinary disorders, weak back and
at the city should likewise Improve in the city for a few days and is the back a9he, rheumatism and rheumatic
iout the square, for it.Is traveled guest of the family of Harry Lewis, palns and twinges, palns in the IrolM,
Iluch as any street, 9ad preets North Gainesville. etc. There is nothing as good for
ast disagreeable appeGaah e at all Mrs. Dr. J. M. Boring and little Kidney ad Bladder troble DYo-
Im during wet weather. daughter, Lucile, of Waldo, are in the may depetts Kn and Bladd the s.e entireou
-----city for a few das as the g s of may depend upon them to give entire
..... city for a few days as the guests of atisfation. They are aataeptle. kct
he next time one of the children Mrs. Oeo. P. Morris. satipromptlsfaction. The pn. aisold by
id cold. give it something tat will Phone us that order today for all druggists.
lastly a td freely but eaotly move choice Florida pasture-fed beef. We -
hlbotpl. In that way the cold Will have some extra nice beef for today'm MANASSE ADDS NIW LINt.
ne( tb. driven out of the system. trade. J. G. Harrold.
ed th s axatve Couptlandh lyrup R. Sparrow and W. W. lilue, who Has Now Get Ready-Maft Goode for
en tht h.nAels promptly and freely were here last winter, arrih'edin the the Little Girls. -
Ca).. i:id at the same time bhals cit yesterday and will spend the next Maae ha added a ew lie
:wa'; anl tops the coglh. It isoJ.Manase ha added a now line
ciall. cud for children. boid rew days in this section. to his already large stock of dry
1 ir. s Capt. T. H. Willard of High Springs. g(ods, clothing and shms lii the shape
one of the. progressive merchants of of ready-made dresses for little girls.
the railroad city. was hres yesterday lie has them in all of the latest
sBmeeting his many friends.ltyles made, and van suit you froi t
F uirs Ihla Seigler, an attractive the. cheapest to the. wt1, In fact. you
___ -- I== yolllou lady of Waldo, was \ititor to .n> ,o ,here an.d ,tPurchase the read v.


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the city yesterday for their purp(me' of
doing home' holiday hoppingl.
W. It. lhife.r, who operates a saw-
uilll and turlpntine still In the Pastern
part of the county, arrived in the city
yesterday on a %iit to his farilly.
James Turner., for muarny years a
resident of Gainesille, and who has
again made this city hi hetialquarters.
was here yesterday InterJIewing the
trade.
Mr. and Mrs. E. ludwig of Tioga
were in the city yesterday on their
usual weekly shopping trip, and incil
dentally to buy their ('hristmaa sup-
plies.
II. A. Thomas of Earletoiu a a
visitor to the city yesterday. He came
B for'the purpose of doing bis Christmas
shbopplng and looking after some land
matters.
Mrs. M. F Ikmnaldson of Waldo is
toin the city on a short %i\nit to her
eon. Jasper. who came' here' for the
purpose of undergoing an operation
for appendicitis
I USS0 Mr. and Mrs. C. D Ihrlnx. who


'tof twenty.,

jsitofllS of the
iI.Such fur-
S-ven lat T%.
Fritr co..L


yorwife,
*'~rdoughte,
,. lers'hip w4

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lerlor, Uq
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asWe!


are making Galnesville
left yesterday for points


their home,
lu ( Georgia,


where they will speed tbh holidays
amotg relatire.
"Had dyspepal or ladigestion for
years. No appetite, and what I did
eat ditressed me terribly. Bardork
Bud literO cured me."'-J. H. Walk-
er. Bunb-iry, Ohio.
W. D. DuBose of 111Hb Spring was
among the boalness aIsitors to the
sty yesterday While bere he caled
A this of0te. renewlng his subcrtp.
the for asatber year.
J. M. T1e.0 of Ocals is la the rity
w a few days' vist with bhs parents.
Mad Si a to see hI brotbhwr. W H
Thes. whe ha bees rolakll to I
- aw the pea uwber *f ayre
J o fMt d e H eag ae s a e"
if to at m eeftYm and a pea~
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An Cosuaterfetes fewOMe~~e'ryig
Exprimntsthat ttI*mewith and estiang..' the health


Whit Is CASIORIA
casore b a harvmlesss ibettiithe for Casti OilPare
geal O, DOPs andi Buothing SYruP&. 16 b pleaspat.It
contains uneither Opluu%. Morph inc nor other Nanreotlo
aubtane.Its Age Is Its gmirtwtoo It destrysWortut
and allays Ftveu'isnneu, it curesa lt)Iarhra andi Wind,
Clc. It reliev-es TeOUthi ng Troales, citrs on Castipatlou
*ad Plaugeey. It Aseim llftes tho rood, vtgmlstes the
stomachsand Dowelsbip ADC lwclItt2lv and natural aioesp.
The Cbhl~dra' Panaceea-The MZothceis Muead.

o..u..msCASTOR IAALWAYS

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The Kind You Hare AWys Bougt

In Use For Over 30 Years.
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imade dresses for thi little girls at "q%1
niuit.h les (cot ihani .)os would buy the SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA. CAMDEN,. OUTHMEN PINM,
material and uinve the in made, or even KRALEBOH. RICHMOND, WASHINOTON. DALTIMORS.
bother with .the trouble of aikin5gaILADAPHIA. NNW TORK.
theru. .D. .
The large assuortmenft that be has
receivd will lait nil) n abort while. Two Elegant Trains iDaly
and all who dili, ""nisethblng nice
had better call ,ail) to, make the SEABOARD EX PRESS
twest selections.l
-T -- _SEABOARD MAIL
Rsolutions on the Death of Mrs. I.
Hughes. 11MODERN PULLMAN OQUIPMSNT?
The I'resbyterlan chlitr of Archer ON.Y lNE O p) ting Jtily Thruh Bleper
pau.' in tIl. din of I 1.. 1T btettle to ONLY LINE Opr(ig Daily Through keepers
pay a tribult to a fallen omrade oad Jackmlsoville to NOW Orioans
minl*le our sorrow wih those* wo
mourn the loss of Mr". K. Hghesl. ftp tp at" -pm Msmad hia useaNvaseneo ** rW
whom our God and rather has ealMed j11 b0s11sd, i wfit S C. i OVLSTOWSt, 4. A l
from labor to rest U1i Ammm JwemeAGhw i
Resolved. That we regard it Ia prWi. -- -..... ----
less, to conmemorat hebr seal sad Wlove
for God's cboir oa art h. sd WUh i
we cannot Dow see the of -, a Good
in the removal ofr i, faitm1fl a s
borer, yet we bow in subtiNlee to )
flim who never errs
Itesohed, That stall ** fee l mo E
keenIy our loss, we. am$f rs raw
our satierest sympethy with that
broken booes ad pray Oa 4 hes.
incg as tihe bereaved 'hlldrin. W k h W W
UM. H. II %l WMAXN. U ii i n
BSAN rl MIN(;.
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1"'W. again NO" S.-tpU 3

6.6 ccit Mom.aday, u "veby snfte
is trA city, or modli iea jltof t"
on"~esata for 91" ine..f III&mr




forF In ipl a4varli~sng mad.

le w*s.a.W~ok Non is &2 .labtsaw.,
@ft"ua iee',pibHmsheevery MOR-
Ow4. Thumuay. and cetusus all theI
de 00 eW"ek. l state 5andgel)-
asS WIN be mbalteV.~p INaeSe, tw
pawtof the Uul1tid states for $1.0.9

advertfsh Ing bIsbosmedue afess
ZwIOPIanoe o1advestlsement, unlebn
i ti slogad: n4ow. Prs
know to us will be reqoMve to pay
THE JA4PY SUN,
(wasnswulle. Floda.


(*OTIU O ADVIRITISSRS.


The SBun caanot guarantee the in-
lto of edvertlsmeonta I the Soun
issue unless the copy is handed
early Prffay morning. This also
ple to obsages tn advertisements
ready running In the paper.

Sarly shopping is good for the cir-
-- ---.
SWeather forecast: good shopping

' Jthop early; let other folks have
the leavings.

SJohn D. lobertao has been re-elect-
04 mayor of Ocala by a majority of
~18 votes.

k' A notable feature of the political
machinery of Central America Is the
SMtilber of revolutions.per minute.
D 0oagresama Richmond Pearson
a soee evidences of war on ov-
yl aide. Zelays would probably agree
"with him.
The Treasury bulletin Informs us
that the corporation tax law "is a
revenue measure." Some people had
an Idea It was a secret service agency
Ia disguise.

Settator Rayner thinks elaya should
he arrested by the United States and
itoed for murder. Mr. Rayner would
course recent the suggestion that
I l talking for home consumption
but nevertheless the free and full elr.
sulattlo of The Congrmsrbaal Record
tI his district is a detail which will
probably not be neglected by his see-
rotary.

Those who have visited the ceme-
tery recently declare that' the rook
woad being constructed by Sexton Per-
7y under the supervision of Meedames
MeCreary and Warner, when complete.
ed will be the beat piece of hard road
h ever constructed In Alachua county, It
will be Interesting to note the cost
of i thin woak when the ladies have
the figures ready for Inspection.

SSeveral yllds of $'V00 bushels of
gIeoet Iotato& s to the acre are re.
ported to u., and that Int the dryest
b ll for yCarr. ('(otut Leon county
Soa top for a good niainy thini.
TrTallahasee True l*mocrat. -,>'ri.
body. who kn6wu anytht i.at all about
arming. knows that "dry fallI' to bor
for s&tct Iotatoes. Hut. then, sonme
editors know no more about farninis
than hoy knuw about the Bible
Jasper News.


IPred R, Allen as hin the city today
urm his farm at l.istitas and was dl'-4
play Moi e products of 'his farm of
ch t she Ie xrry prlud They are
fear beg weightub altohetbe'r 4474
pmads. dr ied. although they are
b-t eevea uathe old. They are as
gpod as ean be railed aaythere and
tade"te that Lt. Johns county can
pri e as good pork as any other *me-
tin. They were prtheaed by
pe jamters.-Lt. Augtue Record


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ethYe o iOOn at* bhe, regard-


is afe to a Uy eaw Oos o e Olfte

I9n: DaeMtb*, 1 ts Peea u
Ior,tWsse, efa4 pries of was h*

eents per n*M, wtt1 the price to the.
,eesa.ier ha. rvuea frm thirty to
dIaty neat s er the' At a rough
tiUatoe thet* wrol e produced this
year sq Iso. tWo 15s*Oo tea.dme
*es, w*et at ma aener.1a se ouf My
twenty o ept,'h wio rapresst a rval
to the farmer of '8om,0we The coet
to the d n teqr at ta I ftc e dprieO
of thirty-sua. g nt forl mepreamt
the enormu"O onfr doee.to,
It is clat erod the *4*Ae pro.
auction of ta has e to* heubyd ese
per annum, 'Oat It is at tio, 'assume
that the actual pro9oetlo Ida much be.
low this beare. Adopting the very
oon orv4tive fgare of one hundred and
twenty eggs per hen per annum, we
lnd on the above basis qf production,
there are 1650,000,000 *ayIng hens in
the United Stater responsible for the
production of eighteen billion eggs.
At the farm price of twenty cents
per dozdb, the total Income derived
from each ben annually would amount
to $2. Allowing 40 cents for mainten-
ance and 10 cents for deprecation,
which later would wipe "but the market
value of the hen In tour years Irre-
spective of salvage when the period of
production Is over, the net profit per
ben per annum amounts to $1.60.
This profit. according to standards,
capitalized on a 6 per cent bassa would
place a nominal value of $30 od each
hen. For the 150,000,000 hens this
would amount to the enormous total
of $4,600,000.000.
That the American hen can return
A yield of 6 per cent per annum on a
capitalisaton of $4,500,000.000 appears
nothing short bf remarkable, but such
io the case. The entire outstanding
capital obligations of the railroads of
the United States in 1907 Ware less
than four times this amount or $1$.-
082.146.83, while the total paid out
In Interest and dividends represented
but 4.05 per cent of this amount.

Prank Walpole, editor of The Mana-
tee Record and a strong supporter
of Broward in the last Senatorial pri-
mary, will support Senator Tallaferro
for re-election. Walpole is one of the
brightest editors In the State and was
appointed treasurer of Manatee county
by Governor Broward. Now that
Broward Is no longer "in the sad.
die" It I highly probable that be will
lnd many of his former supporters
on the other side of the political fence
In the next primary. The SBan never
did support Broward for a Btate office,
but we like him personally, and had
he befriended us as he has some peo-
ple we know we would at least re
train froa oppostaing him. This editor
has never been truthfully accused of
ingratitude. and he hopes never to be.

The American Ice Company of New
York has been found guilty under the
anti-monopoly law. It will dissolve.
now that the winter is really here, but
It will be found doing business at the
same old stand by the Sant of June.


$100 Reward. $100.
The reariers of this paper will be
pleased to Iearn that th.rv is at least
oat' dreaded disma., that science hba
been able to cure in all ItW 4.intes, and
that is catarrh. Halls Catarrh> C'ur,
to the only lpoithle cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
bt hiS a courtaitutioual dl .t.e. requhl*.,
a coubtitutlonal treatimntu. Halla'
Catarrb Cure is taken maternally. act-
lug directly upon the bloIxd atd iu I
cous sur(axrs ( the *)stem. theretb)
demUroyling the foundatoa of the dim
ra,,, and C~i uK the pataiet strength
by buildlug :.' the coUntituttoU ani.
as4latui I'.aare in dotin its t work.
b're b *rri.-to basve so much faith
In its curative po.ter that they offi'r
0ne iluudre4 la1ldr tur any case
tlat it fallen to cure. Seed fur lst of
Adlrevs F. J. lt':-Y A CO..
SToledo Ohio
!.,,d by all drusisti,. ;&7.
T 1ke Hallsal'a u.lsay 1ils tor eco04-
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1: Tf wo or Ptifrt -LJIt^*^
-le is sseMed i. so ilatietated
art~te it tera.pqr Popular Mxdia
, the iiLb 8n tlasbtanoe s the
Teteo eraalst U tn e etal
pmrt o0 i te of Washinton. Th
art i i i
"AJoa ryr al miles of ti es a
t."tNah i found the cotSyla of
waitr gait the face of preofptoum
hillbiut4 as t prob)W m. Dtisard-
ta ord rlamry luruwork, tWk dYlev-
ad peas fr t0 bM, tiuftd at* d
oomeate atual. Hug ret*l f rat
wor madi4 ad tbrnspqt4l .to tUm
IVctinty,. sti eo of hr wl k lra
0.-mtM, aal Is U" fr
W _Nta tP oB in the swry W ehW

f* rtl. W. The Ps
"t tr'e t0il portlop of the valley

the ometo sections weor mede.
i)ru*d bb tde at iUs of sumer. they
vw the e.111M by 4r.nekh, trh*s
port*ed by orsedrawn trees, sad
place to SWitton by ,aom- awe-
aMfing .b|'TU C eMentei t
t thiy W-de a solid utMa e, eo91
a thm to, Sa tebing for miles alon
the llsIde."

tMhe Natoal Association of Woof
MaKuietaMs estimate the number
of shoep o t tho United States at 43d.
090,00, a laremse of nearly 2,OOb',00
over the proelang year. Perhaps the
lambs who left Wall Street a yewa
or more ago went West to grow up
with the sheep.

Exposure to Wet, dampness and
cold, Invariably results In a spdden
cLill, which it not attended to Imme-
diately will cause a cold. By mizxag
a teaspoonful of Perry Davis' Pain-
killer in half a glass of warm water
or milk, the whole system will be
heated and the danger of cold avoided.
Avoid substitutea, there Is but one
Palnkiller, Perry Davis'. Price 25c,
I3c !d Se.

SDr. A. Dolan

Mild Medicine Treatment foi
Horses ahd Mules' Eyes
Gainebville Florida




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JA~kbORV1LLE, FLORIDA


S Under the AOsploes of


Th Florida Live Stck and Agricultural

State Fair Association

One Hundred and Ten or Mor Deays of High.Class !acitig,
Commencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Six or
more tk'es each day. The best lIorsee in the Unitld State.,
will race daily. The most noile jockeys of both ('Citiwjits
will jide.


Over 300,00000 Given- Away in Stakes and Purses
We ask that you attend .and judge for yourself as to the
morality of racing, and also to see that the best people of
the country patronize the sport and that racing brings thoi:-
sahds of people and millions of dollars to the State.


BOARD OF DIRECTORS:


V. Cashen, Pres.; H.
J. Pons, Sec.-Treas.;


D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. MNir.;
Joseph H. Patterson, F. I'. Lord.


Springfield m Insurance Co.
CASH CAPITAL OOOOO

The Largest Fire Insurance Co.
Aiattrd by the State'of Massachuswctts


USTERR & )COMMA


Jordan & Company
RUWM AG~flMT


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Should be its Iroliy of fire binsrance,wid ~'
antee a mnu4-needed protetion' to thefdnl
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which are inlt~.
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ni *,S UB a M. Ir. PaAL'*. *
O 34r of .& V I D W, M. Window gingr' I em oe t n reco
iAdie BudaLoengdn i7 a fllm ,"i odo-Wpasot o a. e f Ntue res
oir the d will S i B ES i 111 aelth W,.dcrf. I patio, and. n tMth. It ,ouh. be
illin, 84 g olh health V I ossibe to reu di
-Iahe lthuh lthemost beautifulowar aree t fort
S aundrdyi oIn, tbe oont artirti t ansar. aol the
has promise bato the Perunl Drug V OtIT way you c withstand Ite desir
v to pen gives th highest ecditto 10 w poae- on is to lt eave ,1We ..u of
urh"s. ^e'i fi o *her eelleat health and Ax ta rll ant es your *'eter oI
r- -. ." t.W ; l air ead what ala hredit at hoi e: ot lerwle the re uuo
-#A anodm"L Rd Rtelling into whast titoto
t Overstrcet de s~y the evidence presented b: ay l u o purchase. you m
ber 8th after 1s0 s B the ought not only t esuadd when probably yeh have just
consumpron. At "W pel rudce I Peruna, b;. gone out for a moriml roitOiL
Jar.---- e0 m ldw Of *II the*W w1tuow W* jewelers
t ot Im to be tie, grtest WWXstu But
S lodge of 1B1t dyOUt pl that U el.thbeto wlldoriaga of Ist i tha t to
a smoker. i t. a St e w weeks before my hul abebealso rorl a o ive.dI t, the
love been much k knowledge of prwtoe team (
lvim "I &a tr en td of the P0Ier tatioun tbrewf look quite as good as
O--- aiy. I have derived gat ben. the geoune artlles. l'sParl. 1danionda.
ou a L ko "w *. Paerua mai y tim. Ieu. rubles. entlss andi t a throughout
Thursday of u 18 e. r Pr avn I Iy g t l-. the long list stoMne are so plfetily im-
e ThursdayO fW Orn th rietnodt ited that it issmall weat many
II to enae dtd t tItofit Amertcan women sccualb to the
ee in that city. a e I temptation of bunylg tbhe. But there
-A e s than two yfars age the temptation does not em td r they
i to0 have t a new a very "IvN ode ,W, which bring them born with Nll the intent
r. Robert Campbli create I n Ia grippe. Owing to the to dazzle, bewilder and dcelve their
to thR e work t th s verity of the diase, d y ez. assuspecting relative and friends
ed to the work thedm aM i ooea ddtlw to with tthe magltticen of .their .udden.
Gbordae v ayritiaL I employed doo- ly 'aqulrd wealth of Jewels Women
tor, but Pern was the ren 1 *wbom one would never suspect of
I meeting of the Caty hl wearing Imitation geus frequent the
et ing Lake Cty that by o -y my he~~ &hops were they are for sale to Iaris
t extensLakive City thot h a It ff 5 sin I In bthe st open. not to ay brazen.
t the ourt house art.~Wr, I til 00ntiue to take manner. while the, foireg papers (air-
Sis the court house MC p',' wt every light before y brsatlo with advrtteoment or re
N c- onstructed and imitation geIs. which
:ent has been made that ha etiringOnlySN toSwwg.oata .a IVe
Sre tow in prog foa I toi r oly goes to show wat a rative
Soare fo r hinp ogree e ple. Im t is a miealnd on i Ousess It must be.-New York 'rtb
o February. 1,10. at sbeen kown to the
td of february 11leal profe1tion hr am y ears.Dntt Hyopl
Periau operates as a tonic by cleans- Don't Hopel
IagandijnvioratingthemuCousmem. About yourself, when you're crip-
I)ty 'ornimissioners of ED- braes. This explain why Perua pled with rheumatism or stiff Joints-
d Santa Rosa counties Ie bha become *o extensively known as a of course you've tried lots of things
to connect the two by a catarrh remedy. Catarrh is imply a and they failed. Try Ballard's Snow
per the 4Eanibia river near condition of depraved muooou mem- Liniment-it will drive away all
S ranis. Peruna changes thi deprav- aches, pains and stiffness and leave
-- t ainto healfthfll viror. you as well as you ever were. Sold
itch. tit missing man from A gretmanyold people Perua by W. M. Johnson.
Io rn.t seriously disappear-. awdwould not be deprived of it fbr aShakespeare'sHouse.
that jilace a few days ago, eoadtti. The himse i which the liatI
bIlated in Lakeland. He is People who object to liquidnMedl i l""i 1lEI,. whl Ilih lhlley i lrli.
Shis tr's home in Mecan now secre Perna tablet.. st&f l..i-<>-.\vo. gllindlli. 'url-
Ask Your Druggist for a Free Perun 1 IIt0o4i Irvln, (I w Almanac for 1910. .K ile rf a gt'i.in im: '*It iN S iUall. illmill
filker, a ,rosperous farmer _ I hlooki In,'k !il0 orf wvli t antid pilahster, n
w vas burImed to death on ated three miles south of Braden.- trute l*i.o llt1f .1"- r o i illun. wlchh
l:th, b ing cregiated In his town, In the Cedar Hammock drainage el4,s;5 I(I li- The wli fIts Ut-
. Mr. \alker and children district, was sold during the past f,'w r.l uLhi I ;li1it'ers ure ctveredw f th
v ,N ae;l, her husband oe- days by a real estate agIncy to m1ll,"s n 'l iln riptlin i li ..rry Inn-
l t~p at room. Messrs. Graves ;iros. and Mrs. John- uia, 1) l> .iri0iOf uf ull sunitioll., nuis
son, who recently arrived there from aunud 'i-dillsIM. fruil tfie |imu(e fl eIbt
i tzgerald died at Tam- Ohio. It is Vnderstood that the.price 1p".snt. nuil |irpstl a1 saplU h built
z.H lie was a brother paid was $10,000. trilihl 0. lwila-.e If ir NpuIwlIiaeilus
W Fitzgerald, who died and itl ra il hiumitnue of Unaunld toh
ar Deceae agre aIml Iw f ir ;niOre."
) i the Easet Coat A House In Pompeii. *t'rnl v.year- ag thie bon wa ll
fill ti the East Coast in n thle exlhum:li: o '"o l *onwil ofne pur tan:Ied ty sulIwmrptIlh with a
'r engaged n hbousi wax dIis-overed which wai evil- view to the ) i nreftIl riervmation of it
St dently being repaired when the vol. and tof Its .'otients r.t r ell IIIhatsction
canic storm that overwhelmed the rlly of future. ~,.*,r,:ti ll.
,rsx of St. Augustine burled It to the ground. l'nlnterN. (dIt-
his' r;b truck patch north. orators and cleiiers must have IeenFor HADACNZ-MI4 eCAPUOMIi.
tIr I 'ilue Ribbon busy at the very moment of the catas* W H eAoAC os-H bC e CAPUOlNl
l sa the first in that vi. trophe. Painters' pots and brutlesV Whether from colds, beat. toab I
ler. tiad reaped a iad orkmen's tools were isott*ref or WsrVou tnrebi i, Capudlle will
rtard fa it d a aD over the house. 'Tel 111ae spots of relive yo. It's NPd-pleeaaBt to *
lr fihnt ,u i t whitewash stnrred wall and foor. gk9e-acti hmeilalelty. Try It 00,
a lot of rhubarb. Sebh domestic Implements ni pots and So ald oet a lt aIn ls arse
kettles lad tbe. bundled up aIn a P.
Megtable farm, ai-s a. all by hn Iselvem. 'Iiee was & rI' f


NI


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aClaLus'
4quari ers


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30,o1k ftr'
all
Owr a"I
OurfoI
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brns dish b In wallinr before the oveu
sad on the dish a socking pig ready to
be baked. But the oven was already
e-gaged with Its fall complement of
brmed. So the pig bad to wait. It.
however, never entered tbe oven after
all. and the loaves were not take
out. They had remained where placed
to bake. It is calculated. close pon
2.000 years. Tbere were twenty-lbthree
of them. rather runty. of core, anad
somewhat dark crlored. but othlerwie
perfectly preserved.


Whitafield on Love and Marriao..
;SorgoWh~telleki. The most perss.
1111eOpreahr Kitg~rlnd ha. prundaved.
wbo dive! vis :d '. ITT". c.u'd nup-
lpI so ~v~o hll it lIbe ld eiotti
tbthutIe otw -t' .nive,1 nil tile tinbcy
from tOcih.IIof11 irilenistI atul
111L 1.'t he ,.t re aiiolyhl u a i loat nw~v
modern uuor.nmiwitm s 'eowl, 'softle 'stwo
Ject of ,ufl rirt r. .Ili 1744' fir.spjd .cslIis,
The 5)Nrv.Is%#.r .,' *'tmg int) I ir tCA
band e of .v ,. ..ier ndiellvic. -i f I
kbauw 12? thji1i: "t ll ,1 0% 1) Sa-.rt I::;
tMoe lr-to iiim ul.:: f I 'ti,.1a '541h 111111141
tbe iorrl1 4 uIr, i'; t
tcliawd #beib. a .t lsI iir!, -;1 r 'r
sledman e! w % ;4j-, La S i,#- U I.,. 5
rkb DOE 5J'nI 'IU itisisa rr) v e.
O5 *did &)#of t1OR'0l a vwl.(!3lfalf2 ivill-
mate, and %%t;,i4, *. 1 r' :..:I ;! i
wtnefblng r'mnd'.r. 1t~~i .1sar d.Mil


okm tisaOS.t~mcu~bsa~ a
tkm. lmotle physics griv'u'. ;frk&D
w"kes theb*vels &a d )D'ot Calre 4
Owas's UguletWiat gist 17Iandrev.
f teatm t ests Axlk e-s


JONES BROS. & CO.



Holiday


Suggestions


You can make- o m usake. if I'm eshet
w-ow artcrnkleof hslurnismirto fr's
thsi otnte for yiqur f1ol~cIy (;Ilf. Thae.
anlwnre- lr"s o rt&r~ho I..,,. list WINl
p'ovr 5CtWnd aortM "as wel-it.a-a&I prw
prislA gilts, Sanwl ,Ib's laminga'wl
an umsef1SaI(, in tw useeai~ng tif


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*SKIN HEALTH
Mimedsiby CGiceroa see%,
Ointmenit and RNseoI'.t.
40 go~n itablifte"d b
thesai a as inn~m b
scaling. as in nu a TO



cmmfuflV cope with them. That N911b
&MraSoP, Olantmet an Resolvent
Olquld rp~~rsuclssib prove.,n
7y uncj=atk'tae ~tmaiiala.



T" FPull.
A inan very much 1inx-tvzcid wam
take,, to )be polk', auhluu..
"Why did you nust bull him out"ir s,
gulled a bystand.er osfrmiend.
*'limit him out!" .:'lniiuvd 5I talpulrr
"WVhy. you ectdit'lltil JISqil, ti!t oJs


Allewaices.
"Of oosrmse I esdil0t tyover mi n Is es
IPr nguslIl. liit yuu ui,4t iusaikv allow
lwIeM; he' yonuni." )
bail's s all righf t Hut Ith more lI-
IOWaiaen I imike Ithe quicker be blows
*i.,."- Jwlu,
To rnh m rilir is mot rot blula-.-
Freot. is 'roorb
TMf iBs E*ew f, nrr flallity |ards


'"Clean i Classy"
That's the style of our Clealag and
reising-We do things only one way
ad that's the riht way.
We mave a *Specl Oueb Rate *I
itleass of 1 per1 meth.
We i1ve very Oareful atttism Ito
~4ie wWk Oad makee ow eargem
asmebls. Very Ueasmable rates -a
I extra work.
If you waat It do right se4d t to
I.
KOMI KLIAN KL.U.


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It1~ w* latesns-tumot spreac,
frmtimiddito Sod ~Work Intee.
ruped 4SIep n tmpossible
-'D~s R.IW 7 (prat Mnt

BUT -C~t)CURA CUR~i
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Heavy Hauling

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We Make a Specialty of All
Class.e of Dray Work,
bitter See Us First.



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XMAS C KE REAL
Give we your order new s yew will
nO 60 diapelimoed. Yeou will be UAIX
pOeasd with ywr eake If yea et p
from bs. We eIls mtie froeh roed,
Cakes and PIes, whkh we will deliver
to yer hees, dsify If yeo will 'phaopeF
110. MS s
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" il surely bring you rich returns. The success of thi Sub-
Division is assured as many of the purchasers intend to begin
construction of handsome homes after the holiday A few
months hence numbers'of costly and artistic homes will be dotted
around this attractive and most desirable addition 't Gainesville
and you will wonder why you did not invest


$10.00 Cash, $10.00 Per Moth


In one or more lots. Too late then, why not take advantage of
the wonderful bargains we offer and make motey. If it's a
home you want. we will help you with a substantial loan. In-
vestigate I '


Improvements


The laying of Cement Sidewalks and paying of West
and West Masonic Streets will begin immediately and
will advance. DO IT NOW!


Union
pdMO


TE HAM


Telephone 366


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Sole Sdhmg AeSts
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atvillag. -
watenced t*'fl
V ea days In
Wa tenD ,
w8~ as by drtv
bId tle only car
gas 11itilIng to doe 1
twn 1eiw the .
r b ogg led o.ver
oIt irmly for
Said in advanle d4 4
i rble hul to &l '

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Ste baby suffer tW ,
"i ay Itching of the Ott.
oglt gives Instt u lt
dly. perfectly 1tf to'
SdruggsltB sell It "

,40 for falling 41d1.
O[IFF'S SALE.

i by virtue of an executOio
9o the County Judg'S
Alachua county, FlIda.
pber -'nd, 1909, In takir
1. Doig and against H. K.
lad W. E. Wolts, paitnleI
lm ps Weiington & Wolt.
led upon and wil sell at
rV before the court ho t06
mId county and State, on
p 3rd day of January, A.
Wing the legal hours of
i highc.t and best bidder
r cash. the following de-
Meul property, towit:
r In stages, dressing rooms
lungs, and all canvas over
itles, all corrugated irons
Around enclosure and all
mt:: said property being
I as the pirolrty of said
and being sold to satisfy
Ih and costs.
P' G. RAMSEY.
Alarbhun County, Florida.
E. DAVIS,
isi Attorney.


ISTiON?


NOTICE.
Iheretby given that on the
January. A. I). 1910, I, as
I Gladig Peacock, will ap-
I H ;. Mason, County
Ihua county, Florida, to
e*t of Gladys Peacock,
Sit,. flh~mlng described
"id t ing in Alachua
ilm tn it:
I:,,l a.dl SWVi of NE14
*Tp 10. S. of Range 21

|arJ.1 WALDRON,
S As Guardian.
IMPLICATION FOR TAX,
ROER SECTION Off
40i1, LAWS OF PLOR.-
Seb)b g%,.n that gr'dl,
pthaM .r of Tax CertW*.
,' 1,, 1 II,. 1 41. 4
'h Ih day of August
1dA ha made applkIt.
40H 0 IU in accord.
14 d,.'(rih.d property
,| Plortdav


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4"4e
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bee.


YSPEPSIA?


Q eer Sort of Borrow.
He wai dlnplaylig with much pride
m !kr dollar pockett piee."
,,Dn of my beat friends." he mald.
pftlng It fondly. "Have bad It ten
% sod damdurtu that time hare been
,d broke half a hundred times add
it ctMOal oeed of food and a bed quite
'WbaItr! a listener exclaimed. "Keep"
.' 4ollsir from sentiment and go bhun.
My ad leeplenws?" gor
"I didn't say so." the other replied.
O iever went that far. You nee.
hen I'm so bard ressedl I upe the
dl asU collateral. I borrow another
OoalIr and gie thim one *as security--
to be held till called for. Queer sort
Sborrow. Isn't It? But the coin's too
good a friend to de.rt."-New York
Globe. _


Identified Her.
A story of lovhrly women's ability to
rfle Superior to In ho petty details
which so oftenI hIamper. limit and lul-
liy the opentioins of nly mere man in
told of a Unrrilot ii woIIIi who trhim
to have a check enshled at a bank
Where'shbe win nti known. saym the
Newark Call. The uiiunl remnirks were
made by the H ee|ilr ,.'oice(trnlng{ the
od ofllitl ticitlenlon. Ito whl(h the
wOman limmiedlatelyv replld: "Oh. well.
that's e sy. I can always be Identified
bp this mole on my chbeek."


A Mistaken Cure.
JeNuIler' yelled the composer.
'Yes. dear." called back the gentle
"Why in thulndr don't you keep
that kid qnti.h?' Wt nir tl* It?"
"I can't thln',. d.e r rI111n 1 i4 lingi onit
of your lItlliti o ti, IIo w ixoI r little dar-
Ilag!"- lli|illn .si "s.


CASTORIA
1 h Iagts aY d Ou i n.






Dr. A. Dolan

VETERINARIAN
Residence:

Iagnolia Hotel Gainesville


E0PLE BAKERY
Nie Goveunment Blilding.

"AINESVILLE'S NEW BAKERY.


reads. Cakes. Pies


Wagsi delivers twice dailly. IArve
your ordr at Bowman's store. Our
bled go sale at all stores handllin
bread. A trial order appreciated.


AlIfr D. Richardson


KNERWL

CUTRACTOR


Streets
Cement SidewalkA
All Kin"1 of
Oemtest Wrk
Cement Floors
a" Drives
TMng Laying sad
TIe Walks
Osserte Walk eand
Stne Erivating

S- Meoth ru,- g'eq*
sagaggu i Vlerila.


GAINE diEg


Univers0ifi
Umive ity Ot. 8&6h oboe ti
Vi, to ,bo s.O ho*oat llrt L. i
GaneavillIe is concede to be the NatloSal D


sda. It is located In the Very center
4 the State, half way betwea the At .whoearmt da n d-
"dtic and GulfCoasts, sTosaded b ay .Two-) p Wholes ale4 GaIne .
aown of such fertility anwto e apab* le in e 1 aj
)t producing a gre voarieyat crops; tbo



omat whiheat of the tmcki tor iI NT T.
hosphate and plneaur. All th rhe
,dvantacd, combined wtalwl ra em -t- a Oleo OrF Deee Mask. Phone 3
... oa"0=. ar arI to
a there best educate onal on agt .u iblh S
lu cloat goxiIt to the d oehesfTwhL of w ithS.L N




rre w thiDe rt Mma till!p Wa e stI 2
ealthC and pleasure. All hl t a w p l
advaSprint Parkg combined wiarath alawrest OmIa se,. d OP M

4 only Aiht miles Wt o th city ta a



sad la .ea.-hed by a 8ood tart road. O*nwi'Z W., Tld "*,
Theording a moanyt plMnaata daMo
The frmers of ximity to tty. of II
wht:h Oainesvlllai the s eat, I*i a tt *i o M M.t OelW .

wormicam Ay eer h t, rt=0i1,
Praier. The populaKl of Galaeville Tru~.a'W. V. itmakaloaa 0 ADKINS

., about eIcht thounmd, repr-oUn aw. ,ee
early every satonal1ty o the face A T'a.
ra the arth, and NAewn alloway AttytLw.
et with a herty wbp vue.f t evvn erm






The Unlvendty ot rlortda tor youns Ooule of Agrieitel e-. B* Me p iek,
men and the Nationa Agrliultural Ex Met~n. Tallab$eeer
Sprimeng Park Stti e located within kp- o A INhe latbx--. M. hvie -MMd






ane ornst live stock fm a t thn Hotowte
Solyt we ight be pardoned It we omity Rall olsoe-R H. AK
a few of them la the tIllowltg esumIr sonm .. Carman .. Newt A. .*T
atmon of wbht Blita gh adta D o W. G. Yea. AD t MOT*AT-W8

Noe farmeoors of A. h a to aTaUa. -- .
hFour Gainville Is the ooss" se enH. _at.UW






ace.r The temperature* I sV 1 s i. -le Ol
Om, onscadrcely- ver reaht DINANte n
UWa in summer or the twetleso







Te abourct eight t ou and WtoNv A LAW.
&early every matlhe ol othe fe b A













Oneu w ithlahtearL "W eM thome.WeILa.l l.. ,,
Two tin *bope. cat wit pt. MPUbe l atruetlo.-Dr. Ji. AVIl - l dL
Thre baker of the city. I ll
t Gainesville a so many thi..ill. gsl
Tweo gust be pardoned I we omit Malao Gae o a $1MR4 Wat y for e.
ael rfof them in the oll .w n. u lur sonhe A.
tion rat d Ao-W.tW.OoaldQa DeW.0 J. AAL

itx drmu stoTe. l ATTORKKY AT LAW
NO salons. ., adregTlm to TsaIdW.sa. -.












onM l Te araple. ,re.t -J. p M-. ---

rout hconteto. s M .ior In -J.. e I e.' All b bu'i tl
One bicycle ihoo .- 0 w. O r 'l' Svtl lei ts 1 60o lIn041,0l4A
Itur .daeir dla., . .
On, founder. S,,ee ,. F., =* -







Onae wt ork .. , Towleld. CaIpville; W. M. A OLA To w IP ALAWi,
One public libracaurche i 1Wt a W. lhae TrMU O ,K *L
One asi pIatw. O. Ia. assess asle
Two tin shops. 1 19Ua bi buSractlo- LAI.J. L
Ten Physicia, -m. oleGae. sv.. 1' .gal sod), Pow"






TwoSix fruit stores. ... ri-P. 0. Ramsy, Oalsille. ui ta61 ,umas. 98 6iM






Two lumberithl t 0 V -0.yard W .t-.6 Hwthr; f o .

Sira wrestaurae.n tsh N H. S.a..
Six drug stol *es. *O AT= AiWt
oune erse oes. obos ops. o s i




sta University. Ia.i v e l**iOl. I H, U--is l
Masonic Temple. Tvrer-*. pueb.sl














Two pubwye rt ] s. jI
Two paint shops. O.i LasOe Oo







rout conte racto s. RinFvJl aiatrla$Uu-J me e oAiU bwi
To labiless *bo- .66011 (fwlede6 t0 e AM ) e
Baseball dia. mund.? -05g1J! envll -- --- Per
Six iusic chodls. sd. w. wH m a;dJy. w 1P.eep.













Two variety so T. I CAP o TO.
One public library. .46 tTrdw Js. V hnes. *WWtCs, OIAN K AI E1PLDiNG
Two wagon works, *. 0. IF .amOW Gabmev. LA VTE












Twoplarding ,-. Mills.Attr *. e "h. (Sm 3 D f ** Mff, M-P,
Two i Amra-c Iket astores.lobed ** R**e @ .wha@"ed
TO@ lumber yards. We. I 1. n6,1 "












Tmrle *ewiry L "tllllIt J. IBtSett, H. Mwi Re, 7i s $140 per Dy.
One phorpiet ohlue. ft prave. A. Cole ugh W. T e Ce a t to Jle
one arln laendrtry. .... .. A. 1a-wa.s hmw._ *
Two Adret cd yardls. aIMi; W. W. H.m me


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Two ".rWaestre s. ym
ors'. female ptyclelms

Rvife. g't~ry Pistn
11*. Ibtnqaph gellery.
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NEWS OF fa AND



S MA fTERS OF GENERAL INTIRT
k IECUREm sY SUN REPORTSIR.


What Has Hapgoned and What is G,-
f to appen-Perenal md
S SMeelli Items of the Ctty.

Mule-We have the kind you wapt.
Oliver & Kite.
-H. A. Plokett of Newberrt visited
the city yesteMday.
Four pouds w alk oatmeal for sUe,
0. A. 6 aea C 0o.
T"Werniqowud ean pie peaobhe for
lOc. C. A. Valley & Co.
. C. 8. Ramph of High SpHngs wasa
visitor to the oly yesterday.
Mrs. C. A. Marks and little son were
i the city yesterday from Waldo.
Mrs. L. C. Doane of Waldo s ton
the city on a short visit to Mrs. W.
8. Lang.
Meadanmeos Turner and Perry of Ro.
S eelle were among the shoppers in
the city yesterday.
Mules, Mules, Mules -We have the
best-if you need them the price is
right. Oliver A Kite.
Call on J. II. Brooks for anything
In fruits, candles and cigars. 203 B.
Union street. Free delivery.
Carter'" ballad will be one of the
popular hits of the evening In the
Gainesville Minstrels DeI. 21st.
Strat id-Fox terrier pup about two
months old; brown fac% aniswirs to
name of "Fritz." Reward for return
to H. 8. Merchant.



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Capital .................... .M,000W
lSrplus ................... S00000m

OIMeere:
W. R. Thomas Prsiatent.
C. K. Breome. First VIeO-Preldent.
W. L Tayler, s*eend Vice.Prelent.
L D0. Tvurnw CaeMer.
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W. L Ya


IFour Per Out Paid II


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AND POMMY.


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L.ast speWal sale this eMr.
V pounds b-t grasulated sugar
only $1.00
0 pounds fMaoy wholeopul sfne
oily $1.00.
14 pounds white rie mjl.O.
24 pounds best Sour ovly o e ls.
is large 06 toma2oea1OB 1*0.
4 large cnaM OaUifornia peaches only
Seats. '
I. large cans Californial plum only

l 0 nd4 best OsalIoraJ ev&p teds

4 po.a'O good California prnes

i1 poud good fresh chocolate -ream
p 16 estas.
S pek best Irish. potatoes 16 ea. .
1 peek beet wqt potat4e 11
e"ats.
1 pound full cream cheese 20 enats.
10 pounds best pearl grits 36 cents.
10 pounds best water-ground- meal'
26 cents.
3 pounds Arbuckle's coffee 60 cont.
35 can small-elae cream $1.00.
12 can. large-size cream $1.00.
Best English walnuts, per pound,
to cents.
Best Florida pecans, per pound,
20 cents.
Fresh stock figs, dates raisins and
citron.
Try a bottle of our Oyster Cocktail
sauce-only 15 cents per bottle. 4
Tub nice fat mackerel; box fresh
cod flah.
* Remember we make you special
prices on everything In our crockery
department.


W, B. DORSEY & CO.

ieat celery. 10c per bunch. C. A.
Salley & Co.
Just received, fine lot picnic hams,
H1o per pound. C. A. Valley & Co.
Col. Fred Cubberly of Cedar Key
was a vh:ltor to the city yesterday.
T. II. Ellis. .Ir., made a short pro-
(easlonal visit to Jacksonville yester-
day.
Jasper Kirtland of LaCroese was
transacting business in the city yes-
terday.
Vegetables to season, and we can
supply you with nice fresh groceries.
J. 0. lanrrold.
Mrs. J. M. Turner. Jr.. and little
daughter left yesterday for Jackson
ville, where they will spend the boll.
days with relatives.
lsMt his health front excessive
laughter at the bright, witty local
aokes heard in the (leleaville Min.
stress December 21st.
Full line of all kinds of fresh meats
to be had at Harrld's. Better try
as for your order today, and see bow
*ell we can plhee you.
Col. lienly 8 Chubb has returned
frotw Washtingto, where be ha be* en
for the iast number of days on mcmne
Important Ipolitical matters.
Italian hand at Miller's every after-
noOm this week froI 4 to 6:3. "1t-
tIe Sister Snow* will be there, ad
you we't regret a moment post

wah her.
The ecret of Out '"e0a1- o eth-


a bM oheertelly eallm ever
miante e l of r te to"e mW eat
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shi pment n ats.
Coe to us and have your eating
-a-Watifled. W. D PAGAN & CO -
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eet potatoes, 50c per busheL C. -
(sey A Co. ,
Oiae s trying beans. So per quart. ,i I e
C. A. valley. Co.
Mis Irene McCreary Is visiting Miss n /#ITlS
Altr Pearson, in OaMt. ll*
Best meal and grits, 10 pounds for
2Se. C. A. Bailey & Co. C I S
Mr. Stevens, the drugglt of H igh ....
Spring, was a visitor to the city yea
.WA - This is what we have prepan
other Hennlngto of Waldo W W T to 0t aid mark
Ia the -city yesterday oa o Al. Oiev lte yeu from which to make your
*SI .e s, 1. e pu.ntion of gifts for your relative
GO4S drade bam.. Ise per pound; -
d 17%c per ,poud. 0. t srBhoe beee obarge friends.
la i Co. it tq i s s. Morris Cohe,
0. ~.';Jley, made a O b0uer 'oei ebt West Union Trade has begun much g
trip toe JickiF lriday, Stur- than usual and yo had better
DO"T eO&1o O Merris Cohn wh in now and lt us show you our
Cl Adklas of S6lr"e wa visit askshoe repa All work ow d t how yo
his brother, J. d. AftAiba, ia OGaea ai t be Oaratee Bhoe Store,
ville yaterday. Wu E etreet.re
L. KI Rosborough, ster a suese-i s.E ver
ful trtp overt his territory., sa peand WANTU--Plmas ad apeclatlo
in10to inday i e t. oopanto by .bW tor the ereo-
L ok, o of telar p t of o Unvert
ons of the Hag" do, l a .a anta Plar t, enob lit e bto cas not n more .
dr to te city yeste tha .00. Address W. a. Thomas. Tat one could wish for-
S. -e- ----1--- k Chains, Lorgnette
SW. T. te eri, Sleft Is. Lornette C
yestr4ay for olt e t the western .___ Breeche, Stick Pins, Cuff B
part of the county to srvo eomo pe SgTRAYD-Fox terrier pup about two to.
iper" months old; brown face; answers
,Geo. R. Ells returned yesterday to name of "Frita." Reward for re- Beautiful 8ilk Umbrellas with
from a sco ful trip ti ,the aotherI tTra to 0. 8. Merchant. ,er and Pearl Handles and
part of the State In the interest oft '
his houses, FOR RENT. other things which you will like t
Sammyn Mison, the klnky-head kid,- Following Is the vote i- i.
will tell ou his troubles from an end FOR REBNT-Cottage In South Qaines. Following is the vote in
man's chair in the Gainesville Mi v ., App l to J. B. Hayes or at t '
strels December 21st. / this office. Ganesville igh Sln


An appreciated holiday gift for the FpR RUNT-Slx-room house and ten
young wqld be a pretty fox terrier acres of land In cultivation, one-
puppy. Several nice oes tfor sale at fourth mile north of the University.
400 iast Union tmdoet. Telephone Apply J. A. Phifer.
No. 328. ..
Say Blue Ribbon-When you go to PpR SALL.
the grocer4or druggitt and want the -
very best. Lemon or Vanilla Extract FOR SAIJ--Typewriter ribbons, all
he has, sy "Blue Ribbon" and insist kinds. -l office.
on getting It. FOlt SAL-176 piano certificate;
SNever can tell.when you'll ,mash a O p. Apply at Sun office.
finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn
ar scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' OR. SAL-Carload4 horses and
Electric OiU Instantly relieves the males. Good stock. low prices.
pain-quiekly cures the wound. Oliver & Kite.
Thbe Galnepvllie Mietre(i. for the r-
beineflt of the poor, is endorsed ty the OTlBlit8l 40 cents quart at Hubbard's
clergy and business men. I,. J. Bark. W' ha Oyater Market, 208 West
him will have charge of the box ogfe t isod v'Areet. Phone 3283.
and D)r. Bullock will take up tickets 4R- ---GU ANE
at the door, and the Ministerial As-I ORRIC NOHRN'8 GUARANTrE
soclation will distribute funds derived 8HOl STORE, Wall (Union) street,
from same. will continue the Introduction sale
through holidays. A present with
The monthly Mothers' Meeting g every purchase.
the Woman's Christlan Temperanuee
tnioni will be held at the home of THERM IS NO GAMS LAW again"
Mrs. W. It. Durst. E. Liberty street. aayt bunting Plaki Chill Taeals.
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Lead- it's guaranteed to mer malaria.
er. Mrs. J. H. Padgett. Subject,. cl a" flever. Price 26 ceats per
"Motherhood It the Home." All la- battle. Ask W. IM.'John he'll
dies cordially Invited. prolgbly taknow.
The ladies of the Cemetery Assoela- .. ....-We o"e
tion ask the public not forget that o "PUthRE 8119D POTATOgW |-We offer
next Thursday. December 23rd. the t peck meae Spf ad0.g orue Noo 4l to
ilain"%lle Furniture Cwipaniy ill 10 Triumpk ak. 23.0. S Red Bus our
donate twenty per cent of all sales oTrd p Americnt eoduce Ca or
of that day tor the benefit of the ,,rockl dPm a Prod.ce F
road now being constructed from the pany. J Ialsonlilila.
cit.t.ery gate to th. piece of hard
road built m yearn ago. Reemmber AS. N. IL AHAN .
the date. The ladies will need eoan- lruilt &
siderable nioey to complete the work,
and y, w an belp tbem by buying IL. DAMD t $1
from the above house on the date VM '"-l -
narned. -


WWhoes Ashow pinh, shake istoyorm
sbo A~f'GFWAAWM ..the aftnt .lie
pooder for tdo feet. It curve painftsl
8sowole. suesslag.sweating toot, d
takes the oft a of orns a"d bim.
teas. Juws0tbfth t fo r "ombotes tet
sboes, 4&d:Ld~ems~mfrmbrg"
lag o "0manypeoplee am
not Westrlooa "I- ol -6- -
euh shees. bN e, am leis
buple FUN.A~ruwa.Asm aSI


Ralph Chapin ....
North Gailnesvllle Hall
Miss Marrin l'r r <
Miss Vida, larrni, 1.
Miss lattile J Miss Iesle \V\'1ilI, :
Miss Annlh l'ri *V.
Mhis Eva Powell A!.. '
liss Io a L. ti ,
Tho vote ha ,'. i
few days andi tl;.
aire working with n
friends to secure their I
at this store In order tS M I t I '

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CHRISTMAS
At COLES

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