Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01334
 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 22, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01334
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
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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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A. H. Cole; White SprnlA .MI^Aoni. .as redy to carry out ,.1 expeditke
J. P. llawemore. Welborn. F I' Jeril against Managua.
gan; student at Vandertil It'ni. r It I. known to both 7 tsyl saa d Ma .
ally, P. J. Patterson: District Mission drl that ( Uen Ktrada. the i gear of
ary Evangelist. K. K Ientonm editor the revolutitis*lt -)b, ar reudy to
nkrtda Christian Advocate. N P. dio. IaUle with tbe go'ra eugot ftov
WUilUam. assoratie editltr I. W l ama. I stirmsly p-ed te tw

lag elder. Alachus. (C W Mathmii. *iporn to Sill the preuldl.nil elher. The
Anthony. J N Weatherford. ltrunon. hbo I chbrIshed, hawevr, q tdt
W. C. Norton; lushnell. C. R Phillips*. IW Madrtl. In his hew .z t mv es-
Citra. F. Stolnmeayer; Coleman. T "eritty. will be able to, sm*hb et
P. Orilth. Crystal River. T. L Coop- many of the roubh plate sad briag
or; Dunnelon, J I. Folsom. Gaiaet ashout sech as amiral.le emidIMl
vtie and Mission. J E WileH. High among the pe .ol*- tte4ielves t1ho
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Balot" Taken by Success Magazine Stirs Ses...,sion Was Stormy. ut ....All Seemed Mrder of Young White Mu Precipitated Trouble

Polta! Circles o Washington. "tf"o betweenn Races In Mdabaa.s
PON". Election.,

;GTON, DeI. .#-1-Politlds ed 6,313. But forty Democrats, of MANAGA. Dec. .-r. Joe Ma MAGNOIJA, Ala., Dec. 1.-lMalgolla defying the men to attempt to get
re in the National Capita whom 22 are in the South, Indorsed driz. former judge of the Coetral is quiet fOllownlg a day of intense ex- him.
more than tley have been Aldrich; 2,447 voted in the negative. American Court of Justice at Cartago, citement with much bitter feeling Killed and Burted.
dent Taft took OMe by the Question No. 4: "Do you approve and Zelaya's candidate, was yesterday manifested between the white men One of his negro companions was
ent of the result the the poariftion of Speaker Cannon on?" elected President of Nicaragua by the and the blacks of this oomnmuity. then forced to.set Are to the ho b
lot" taken by' The1 Sousoe recent tariff legislation?"
Just little more emphati is the unanimous vote of Coanress. Ernest 8lade, one of tour white men and when the building was enveloped
ain te t onemn on of Mre m nh e The session was a stormy one. but shot by Clinton Montgomery, a deoper- In smoke, Motgmoory threw opWe a
was taken a the sub- condemnation of Mr. Cannon; 490 there seemed to be pefect unanimity ate negro, to fatally inured and Me window and opened r with te la
the masnadri it d owe d Republican and 40 Democratic votes t with regard to the elestton of Madril death, expected at say malute, may .e t up.e the pose with a mpi rne
sive manner tilyae the in the entire country being cost in the and when the officlannouncement serve to turthut the flash of idot EuL. N t 8k d o oaw
s of the oo 7 ae die- affirmative, while 6,485 Republicans and when the ol l annonement serve to further fan the ae of shot u b st lae tl rt
was made there were voiferous race hatred. wounded, his thoe aud body AMll wfth
the extreme with Cannon and 2,447 Democrats are recorded toin wa made thero wf voiv ferois! .Ce hltrod. woundod, his face aod o1sho Ale dwt
h and theirdpat of the the negative. cheeringv and crl ofw "Viva Madlrts!" Clintone Moetsomr's charred bdy shot. N. Crltem. Tom i eldts a
national leoslatios Polit- It is significant that the condemns. "Viva Leon!" "Down with monopo, les in the ruins of a small ero hut William inds were atso Wade d,
more or less tNepeft for the tion of the positions of both Mr. Al- lies!" .Down with tiranuy!" Long live near the town, the work of a poe thU gh 5o eto y.
iau one taken bY the Same drich and Mr. Cannon In the tariff the constitution!" of citisne yesterday ftermon. A fstalade of shot struck Moealgm
last fail enabled it to pe- legislation is almost as pronounced He Is Zelaya's Candidate. Brister and Bhelly ontomery. broth y as he was attempting to leave
y a month before election, in the Atlantic and Pacific Coast He was escorted to the balcony of er of th burned negro, barely escaped the house his body h riddled sa
the exact eletorl vote re- States as in the Central West, and his hotel. where he greeted great lynching early yesterday morning then allowed to be based I the
President Taft. there is every evidence, not only in crowds that had gabOred around the when the sheriff of Mau o county burning belMdlg.
ore than 22,000 pegons poll- the votes on those two questions, but building, and made a brief speech captured them and eluded the met A report late last sight was to the
entative cltiuse scattered in the general vote by districts, that urging harmony and ooperatlon. He hunters. taking them to the county edfet that Bristr and belly Meat.
country, 13.102 replied. Of both "Cannonlsm" and "Aldrichism" pledged that be would uphold the Jail at Uandea. gomery were placed in the IadesL J
classed themselves a Re are national and. general Issues and rights of the citiseMs, granting fre Murder Came of Trouble.i t to. es eilted W bonu
3.213 as Democrats, and do not represent merely local Insurs- elections and etabllsll a policy of eardb Is bti continued for Will. the Moant. bro e is a
dependents. Prohibitionists, ency. equal opportunities for all. la Montgomery, another of the four r.eL- N ',
s of other parties. On Nov. Question No. 6: "Do you approve At the afternoon session Congres brother charged with the brutal muT.
magazine mailed to its life the position of President Taft In the accepted the res11unaton of Dr. M-' der la- Baturday nl1bt of Alel Tra oa.
der late Saturday night of Algeruolm ?I'epS h y to Go.
s a letter and a ballot con- recent tariff legislation?"a dri Co judgeofthCntr A er* w youna white man. wleh Montiomery. Dje, jd,.--Ov. C AiCo
n questions dealgMs to feel Two thousand, one hundred and two can Court, and Panya Prdo w crime precipitated the trouble yeter, last night ordered a eompay of *.
pulse on 40 atter of Republicans voted "yes." and 3,580 appointed to succeed him. d ay. ti at Selsm to proved to Magaosa. .
Taft's popularity, the popu- "no." The com ntte which Practically every negro resident of the scene of the reported rsoe riot Il
n of the new tariff bill, the Question No. 6: "'Is It your desire roign.ation of Zelays in hand then Magnolla left here yesterday after- Mar ao county, without delay. A to
standing of Aldrich and Can- that President Taft should support r)otImended its acceptance and the noon. The white men are well armed. port ebed the Governor's iae
the strength of the rapport and co-operate with Senator Aldrich formulating of an addre" of thanks Yesterday afternoon Clinton Montsom- that armed oegroes attacked the ',
urgent movement. and Speaker Cannon In the general to Zelays for hins ervioes to Nleara- cry and several other nerome were sheriff of Marenso county at MagoMl i
No 1: "Do you believe public policies which they represent?" gn11a Following the adoption of this found barriadod in a bouse. which and that fve white men were wotnad
vuot for Presidential candi- From all sections of the country report, the election of the new Presi was noon surrounded by a determined ed. lAter (low. Comer woastorlanl d
November was wlAely cast?" comes a thundering "NO in answer dent ~aw proceeded with, the noel. body of white men. Hearing tor their od the order for troops. The troops ,
Republicans answering 5,728 to thh quc:tion. only 68 Republican nation of I)r. Madris bec greeted liv Monomry' tomiaion de were dest- were ready to depart on a special train
while 540 voted "no;" votes being cast in the affirmative as with much enthuslasmn. The strength id him and surrendered to the posse. when the order was received. No
'rats voted "yes," and 206 against 6.29:1 in the negative. In ot his following in the Hlouhe war at- Montgomery fastened the door. after further trouble i feared at Magnollsa.
order to make quite clear what the te t nd i by the fabt the. at that e rall for ... '_ T ' ... ' .e-" _'
No .-: "Are you satisfied feeling is. the question 7, *"Xo you de- a standing v(t. every member rueA
t nine months of the ad sire that he should pose them. to b feet n the arnatve. Sam A s Santa Claus
-'I of President Taft?" harvested a reply of 6.219 votes In The election of lDr Madrla s chief
Rti'eblicans, 3.092 voted the affirmative and 4G1 in the1 neg-. executive has been expeted, for innflu
,d "no." and 2,778 de- tive. entlal delegates strrongly tn his favor
it. t all. Of the Demo- Of subscribers who count them. have been pouring into ,anaguoa from lA And n 10rs
;I red "yes," and 2,063 selves as Independents,. Prohibition. i o. the stronghold of the Liberals. 111
lots. etc.. 201 approve the President's ('hleandega and Oran.ada. and they U ca-VA
3:, "Do you approve administration to date, while 994 do ae with the avowed jurpoeir of nar-n
o' f Senator Aldrich in not approve; 1:1t approved hiboi cy hition r n to WAfIIINUTON. Dec. ll.-- very after a collision, ad so did the Chriet.
Iliriff legislation?" on the tariff and 1.Os8 do not; and 45 victory Zeliya still e.urcised a soldier and sailor to the service U of the msa dinneo
I,!s %(ting "yes" numbered desire him to co-operate with Aldrich 'rolg power here, ad whie it lted States will celebrate Christmas A poliy ba* been adoted in the
voting "no" number- and Cannon, while 1.364 do not be4 .r brought to i. notice tha Ms. at the *epnflM of the Government.' navy of taking the bluejaeketi period.
___ dris not looked um n with favor This year the oevernmtet will give I ally to eame big port, where they
by the government of the lPnted
000tates,, be still arged M.adrs to the ship fleet. Wiieh Is a large porraen, firitish navy amlsbas e laim to have
front ahisUr' iIno~ffire, age oof tho* l the t sorties, u onual discovered that. after arwb periods of
iontminits Announced of fnti'hl arrisual he rs t .re the Prcdento
tld thith he brrlhad rlIn o~ffo I FPnly 1 spread at New York. bilatity, the sailor ls more aCotented
L"diyear the Ashes ejoTeod the din at sa. They will be started o es
rnh a Ma nh A vfUM tnari, -al .. ; ...- ...r-Anw-. & mIorf designed for the sailors. The thir hoidays by a big Christmas din

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'and Novel Military Feature for
Opening Chorus Was Well Re.
I lved by Large Audienoe.

minstrel performance given by
|*talent at the New Baird Tueeday
pang far eclipsed anything of Its
1I that has been seen In the city
=some time sad the marry aud
iuaous applause given the boya
ei start to anish of the performance
I Mdesee of how well pleased the
k b always the case, these attrae-
Npare made up of local jokes, wlch
p the o so much more appreciated
S ts al ttavelu oraneassatbns.
ity were pretty well divlTod at
Sperformance and eveaed-up out
I of the bank, clerks, who "got
IrP" in double ddea.
e 'peaingr ant-part was a military
I beaded by the master of cere-
A0e, James Chba"t, who slled the
I most admirably, while the end
.were never better Impersonated
eher Burnett, Sam Misson, .
ellasuton and Lawrence Jackson.
l aegro tapereonator, Saha Mix-
afew eqaMIs for one of his 'ez-
Sand hs sons, "Abraham
Jones," brought down the

"Carter was at his best In his
"Take Me With You In Your
and was compelled to rp-
,to an encore. He has become
a favorite as a splolet.
boolas Glide," by the young
of minatrelsy, Lawrence Jack-
Swa one of the really amusing
bero that attracted the usual
ft applause.
Pound, who has a sweet
That i just coming to notice, ren-
a sweet song which pleased, "Be
weetheart, Dearie." He was fol-
by J. Fletcher Burnett, who
or many years pleased audiences
city and clearly shown by his
that he could at least J6in the
l dases. "Don't Call Me How-
1as full of emotion and it got all
ft needed in the work of Mr. Bur-
Dreams" was another beauti-
'ahatad which was nicely rendered
M11 Futch. He, too, has demon-
ted his ability upon numerous oc-
of this kind and is an appre-
r the real burnt cork artist, Ed
Naton is certainly In the class.
| has twice appeared before the
ts here and made good, but In
song, "Jes Help Yourself," he was
B se.
,.here are few slaners today In the
Ideasilonal shows that can compare
th the high-class of work of Dr.
hIde. He tois considered one of the
Ot of the city and his services are
ways kindly given t case of this
wre. "To the Ind of the World
hth You" was most difficult, but
etl rendered.
The ollo, or second part, was one
I the beat that has ever been seen In
&y of the home enterprises and the
prangement. as well as the entire see-
pd part, was as good as could be de-
Ored. It showed that we have all the
lerIal needed here for a good per-
I~nlaee at any time.
Harry Coe. In clog dances, proved
) be most excellent. Brooks Hay In
be horloantal bar work was good, tht
e was immense and the other
ben attracted the usual attend.
proceeds aere for a most
erthy cause. and after all expenses
,ve been deducted, they wql be uted
l the poor of the city.

Aesoldent at Pactory.
there was an accident at the Vir.
str-Carolina lF rtiliser Factory Tue.-
x Borning. hben a negro become
pliamod In the tbelt. with the rfult
bhIa arm was broken. The Injured
Swas brougbt uptown and the
hsa set, and nothing wsrtos is
A from the Injury.

Ne oew^. Te~ser aod Salt Rheum.
Te m tt t shlua characteristlc
I these alietaN is shot iMtantly
beyd by hamberla's alv. Many
Nete aesee have bees cred by it

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High soheIol Seeets Barl S.
and Miss Mary Dhwklns.


In the State declamation contest
before the Florida State Teachers' As-
lociation to be held at DeLand the lat-
ter part of the month, Barle S. Kelley
and Miss Mary Dawkins of the Gaines-
ville Graded and High School have
been selected to compete for tho
Each school is allowed two contest-
ants, and out of an examination of
three Earle was selected, while Miss
Dawkins was the only applicant In
the girls' class.
At each regular meeting of the as-
soolation a praise is offered in what
Is known Ia the declamation contest,
this being done to further the Interests
and ambition of the growing-up, apd
each school of the State is allowed
to send a competitor from among their
number. /.
Gainesville has always won distinc-
tion in this class of contests and It Is
to be hoped that the coming event will
prove that she maintains her reputa-

aeptlsts Will Have Pleasant Oocasion
for the Children.
The exeriesee for the First Baptist
church Sunday school will be held at
the 'church emmaencing this evening
at 7 o'clock, when Mr. Santa Claus
will be present and remember all of
the children who are members and at-
tend resqlarly.
The evenalg's entertainment will
consist of soags and recitations, and
as a large number of Interesting seleo-
tUons are Included in the program, it
will be one of pleasure and one that
will long be remembered by the old
as well as the young.
All are Invited to attend the exer-
cles and at the same time are urged
to bring some gift for the orphanage
or the poor, or both if they are so die-
This appearance of Mrs Santa Claus
will prove something new for the
children and In all the entertainment
planned Is novel throughout and. will
require a great deal less time and
work for the arrangement.

PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching. Blind. Bleed-
lan or Protruding PFiee in I to 14 days
or money refuded. I.,

The habit of amawentag a". thai
epeal to you Is m e that wWll kee
yow taterested tn the I e My I
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MaMel a nd Company.
Theo the#V00 public will un-
doubtedly be Vssed to learn that
(The dol of tIe South) Mise Mabel
Palge sad her excellent company will
be here three nights this week, ad
a special matinee on Christmas, com-
inencing Thiudy, Dec. 23rd.
They come wtth'a whole oar of sen-
ery, et-, nd 'their plays will be
beauafuly esuta
They opes Thursday night, De.
i3rd, ,I the beanftl comedy-dtama,
"Sweet Clever." During their stay
they will prmat "The Belle of Rich.
tonm," "She Couldn't Marry Thee,"
and "A Crasy Ideas"

A "Travel Talk* at Opera Hoeus.
Many people are apt to confound a
"Travel Talk" with and eall It a lec-
ture. Mr. Willam Lnch Roberts.
who oomes io the Baird Theatre on
Monday evening, December 27th,
where he gives his "Tour--LoAuo," or
Travel Talk of the city of New York,
from the, Bdattto the Harlem, Io
not a lecturer. His entertainment is as
dilees trho a lecture as a buries.
quoe show Is dluenat from a church
comgreqa. ..e s 4 a reat traveler, in
S IS called the "Witty AMerican
Traveler," sad tells us in htos own il-
mitable way, intespersed with witty
ayaings ad stories, his adventures
during these tours. Hence the term
"Tour-a-Logue.' Ond of the interest-
Ingfeatures of Iis talks I. the fact
Chat he shows hil hearers, as he pro.
ceeds, step by step, motion pictures,
and beautiful colored still views, taken
by himself of the subjects he is talk.
ing about You are in the great city
of New York, so tour with Mr. Rob.
erts, and he tells you that next you
will take a trip to Central Park, when
lo and behold you are there and are
gaming into the monkey cage or walk-
lng on the mall or seeing the animals
being fed. His subject for the above
evening will be the "City of New
York, from the Battery to the Har-
lem." Interesting, amusing and In-

ABBEVTILL, Ala., Dec. 21.-The
most thrilling man hunt which ever
occurred In Henry county terminated
yesterday afternoon when Roy Q'Haro,
the yolng negro desperado, killed
himself when surrounded by a posse.
Since Tuesday last when the ne-
gro shot two officers, the chase has
continued. Bloodhounds purstued him
so closely that he shot one of the
One mile south of here at the en-
trance to the Choctawhatchle swamp,
a cordon of a hundred men surround-
ed him. Wounded, barefooted and
dred, he saw that eecape was Impos-
sible. Rather than fall into the hands
of his pursuers he placed the barrel
of a shot gun to his breast and push-
ed the trigger with his toe.
His body was tied to a buggy and
dragged to Abbeville and placed tn
the court house, where It lay for evy.
oral hours.

Per That Dull Peeling After Eating.
I have used Chamberlain's Stomach
and Uver Tablets for some time, and
can testify that they have done me
more good than any tableta I have
ever used. My troebk, was a heavy
dull feeling after atlag.-David Free
man. Rempt. Nova Seota. These tab.
lets strengthen the stomach and Im-
pr6ve the digestion. They also regu.
late the liver and bowels. They are
far sutprior to pills but cost no more.
Get a free sample at any drug store
and see a bat a splandld medicine it
Have your stationery neatly printed
at The Sun office. We carry a well
selected stock of the beet papers
which are printed a ramonmable ratek
Typewriter ribboas or akle at this
oe. The best om the market. Only
eventy.-ve centa An eAtos and for
do oa all standard keaInele.

Uuy of those mereasts who adver
time In The Sen

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constrauton of &e lamp.
T1lkt aW has put forth its best effort in
perfecting the Rayo Lamp.
As.thar is fed to the flame-so does the lig1t
bUs9L sT eaq flowing current of air through
es I 4 tie' Rayo Lamp eures a uniform
ia. iV" aW' Ir flicker or flare.
i f Imp. Made of brass through.
out and 6 aMI fq l nickeled.
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We Ca Cive
S "kORE QUALITY for the money
i has a y ether plumbing concern is
dab e y. Everybody is looking for all
h ey oea it for their money, and we
ive the m what they are looking for.
i Tim "et" is "Economy" in the long
Srun. Our Metto: "Not How 'Cheap.'
But Hew 'Good.'" Cheap plumbint
mesas eavy doctors' bills and repair

S R Up 151


S Jakeonville, erida.

Ratet4, $10 pfer day and up. Haths-
keller and Cafe In eonneetlon.



y ias Advise
teW ON ofd a atlve. to heap the bowels cpn ead parent thd poisons of undigested
JIM 9ire ieRlnt your tm
Thb .Ait pedtct of acooI t VELVO Laative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable. gegntl.
btW and a aromatic taste. Volvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
S ad h ad ad the b ecacy in constipation, ndigestin.
U mm etc. Try v



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Gainesville Peole Secure Large Quan.
S- One of the most successful hunting
SNERO AV STIPao parties that h as gne out "from this
0 NEGRO city in some time was t.at composed
THAT PAN HOT. J. D.1 Stringfel Ow aid ion. Glen. Because we have the
-F lCW. N. Wilson, B1. F. Hampton. F. E.
a Walker tha the .vl Cellon, W. A. Strickland, Claude --
Walke Aatrial ft tNh Molt ilStokes and some of the Newberry citl- 900&
d A against* Pst Win W lens who Joined them at the latter cause the pricesI
concuive of on; 's i ( .. p. .- beCause the prices M bp a
n~~ F'rom Newberry the party traveled *
fl8 E. Walke* of lavy count> 4i to the wilds of Layvette county are ight- M ro
v wlttor t O f tY cu where they found game in abundance,
was a visitor o tothe att e reda- for and altogether one of the most su- Because the alIty Dr.
tt, purposetof i500 nge M Wcessful trips ever reported is the one
mnow ib in Mcoute"iMr m wothD that the hunters enjoy ed. IS the -- VETE
W n u o wOhtasi T iAr er a WithI For the past ten days the hunters
the murder of Oficer tt urs e. th e- VETEF
be m e have been encamped in that county and A f of
tOn on last Saturday t. the weather has been most excellent a few of the R
At the cOner a v held at The MAGNET CASH STORE for their sport and they- had from nthe
.. -, The MAGNET CASH STORE[ ,o^ ,o, reasons why you should M.,]
tt place, two of the ssgoes who small quail to the deer. "e why you should Ma oni i
testlred s iti l Pattr Santa Clam' Nearly every member of the party b uy DIAM ONDS
death Qf the oreW led V nl Headquarters were successful in getting some of D
thte o et Os tsthiei -a L t the big game, for in all fourteen deer from us.
8 the other negro witnesses tled and the :bet place to select your are reported to have been killed.
hat Patterson was am with a pistol Christmas presents. All goods ar while wild turkey and other small oCL Mild Medk
and was standing behind the door of new and prices right. g was a plentiful as they could Shoul youorsesh a
the shanty when the same was broken We have the most complete assort- desire *
pe D by the office. months of Dolls, Toys, Good Books for ------ iCCie DiamQnd Ring,
There were only ne negroes In the little folks, Novelties of all de. ANNUAL ENTERTAINMENT I* .
the "kin" game at the time of the scriptions, Fine China and Glassware. Cuff L nKs, Stick Pin,
aid and all but two Of toe41 have Call and make your selections early North Gainesville Suhday School Will 11e 'Ch r o a VOYL
been captured, and the Sheriff states while the stock is complete. Our aim Have Good Time. .,t. Charm, W a9
the two still at large en be captured has been to display popular-priced ,The members ot e North Gi.es. 1 i *' r c w e
st most any time. goods and we surely have succeeded. ville Sunday school will have their an- -t, B otoch, W E
Patterson was seen by The Sin re- You can fill your needs with small nual Christmas entertainment at the
porter, but he dearies 'll knowledge amount of money. hall in that suburb oni next Saturd tem a d canAL
d the killing and refuses to discuss THE MAGNET CASH STOR. evening at7:30, when all are invited las.
the matter, stating that e was not in I to be presently o ih oevng :, yar p a you.
Mth same quarters on Saturday night Notice. The entertainment will consist f Followfln is the vote it piaso oo,
, The coroner's hUyhav rendered The Altar Guild of Holy Trinity the usual Christmas tree and an intertt as counted December 20th.
their verdict, which wa to the eect church, Gainesville, Invites all persons eating literary program will be ren. Galnevillle High Schbool.......143.074
tha Tyner was killed by Patterson willing to help In decoration for dered by the members of the Sunday Miss Marrion Parker., City... .10,2.567 F I, I
ad he will be held Ustil his preliml. Christmas to meet at the church school. Miss Vlda Barroa, Bell........ ?a,187
wsry examination l can be had which Thursday and Friday. December 23rd For a number of years the enter. Ralph Chapin ................. 93,070
will probably be followain the holl- and 24th. Those who will kindly talnments by the e people have proved North Gaineville Hall .......4.06 40 IT YOUR
ra bly make offerings of Christmas greens or most entertaining and a large number Miss Mattle Jennlnga, Rochelle. 64.480T LOUR
---- other decorations are Invited to send from the city who usually attend are Miss lesale Walts, Hawthorn. .,i.43l 8
The Coreet Tme them to the church on Thursday highly amused, and the coming event M!lss Annie Price. Wade... .31.131
To stop a cough or cold is jast as morning. promises to be one that will long be Miss Eva Powell. Ale. ha......16,.l1t A
on t tar-theth will be u remembered. Misa Rosa (, Rivea, High ps. 15,471
mon u it Itart-tA n there will be Many persons find themselves af- To ai Lad
todanger of pneumonia os osslamp- fected with a persistent cough after CAPUDINK for "THAT HEADACAR. s
tis. Just a few doues .1 BaluI an attack of Influensa. As this cough Out lat n t Headce and er
orehound Syrup taken at the start can be promptly cured by the use ofOutlst ig? H ck neI
will stop the cough. U It haben Chabeen chamberlain's Cough Remedy, i this thmnlornint? Hicks' Coapudimne -rb nplacesto beyo
earning on for sometime the treat- should not be allowed to run on until just the thing to ft you for bstes. The bet place to bry your goo WM
ment %ill be longer, but the cure Is it becomes troubleaomi'. Sold by all Clear's the head--braces the serves, le at the store which Invites yo tN --Writtn In
are. Sold by W. V. Johnseo. drugglts. trv it At drui stor some tbrouh a n ad. is Thb ***w


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There Is Nothing More Suitable for a

Christmas Present Than a Nice Piece

6t FURNITURE .. .. .' .

*'king well-made Furniture? We have it. fI nquest of loisrl.r, 11,od-Roruun or lDinirig-JRoomSuites showing atyl. anti elopace? Have
',,' Narching for durable Cbair", Tabitis, Su Iy Be tewks Hat lw. Writing oo iioter wid pieces at prioves cliwltui 01?im
&Ji readlY for You to pick and ('hoOw. Renis'imI'r. youbuyth.t-PeawV 0"' -0" ~kChOAP as they ago be boutght in any market awl 20, Pm 80d f
Sil~ dlgoto the Cemetery Am(axi&1iat' to 1wiiu' in complea'K.' ks' r-lck i'ol in tile cemetery.
are Offering Parlor Suites which will givt 'littinctive refill- -' "YOMr home a& a very smalluamargito of profi. Today owt Furiture
is a surprise, to every patron. %'bee(ArrlY the fillst Art 8 v'ur.v- l~up, Mattings, etc. Mucah of our Vuwoiture is an exhbibtion of art-
S.-"E1fw~frf.ojeh4Wp yOU'RtE WEA'~J.%iEANY DAY.
DO"N rw" tTbal We Give 20 Per Coal of.1 the CslSAO a es .u De smbr23rd to b eaer mlt

~"~tfE)Ua and jhypt Treg Gulntesd. A ny go nDot mtis,-v s- tor You wll be taken tek and yew money relund@&
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,t_ nUwr.s.UL eur. ,Wpwhw e1e
oao to InayMus m ok slobs drawn re tbhei that w pey caAt for our ute s
W. eta street. I. TelopbhneSU W Vt 4ippWeam otSf Sis, tth It hethes *M ain for is 4lm
1 i.m e 3 W ujoAr -a4a n"s ta d free"I to ima
~" Uy Stum. published every aisMr the aendMgat waS given otm agmst wth s oI connection.with a e z.
e xte on d5 ter* d by ae prohibtionM Itelf, but abt, pt $ hiy *a01 M 1i20rtesbea.
e hit.orawled Itoanry*. at the I_
tS, pou s S tre or ayew r obje tioebl action of th opposed -
Nef tis mowis; s1.5 thru me thse att aal a d p a"st what At SM~Wmr of the stockholders of
Ssest for are w' e t toay d was believed to be a peusonaJ 0tl u1Jm -and Weet Oo-t railroad
._ ._______ abem of Governor eOw, tat el to p la&t week it Wa an.
w vide prohibitwn proevafls ib asa n af l 4 t1 all neemu1ary atou l
aN ,~~nWi W sad t rect sont dld at do bad ctb galentOs for thme bOnd
S Id al lmrti. wa with it. In of the ad from Ttrpot
lk- s for .. I tyr a4dvrt lain mad I AlMot all the leader. who oppdeeb 1 Tst dl Ad baen made, and mat
g oi aPmstu. them amemdeat we those who pre*. t ork wil begin Immediately at
ay ha ee lt advoeay t the .
1*h *-Weekna if IL1* sht pa bd
ape oor, pbUshed every Me n. f te peace and poie Nwe to s d
asu4rThudy, sad ocomatais a.the of the UNiWted stat" Anor BX.Gov. lt t0 Naft to a a"
e*the woeet loa.o; State sO He- eaor Jelki, congress He M7 D. ston s of ,w s neuraltal, ls in
wia ma n d. t free C~,ayto. m h, move br W C. OMes, thes a o ied W or Many rt of the body.
a t anda anU y othat wll.kwn tpe Them 3a1s pre quickly stopped by
sac men om 4- aed a on Ut* O m oer D W Painklner.
bs11 an bu ep w due after ought bu the mMue it. their ohie oba The ri is tamnedlte and. lasting.
aI wa ccaaerf snv ruu ietti uni o to it to" fteth "S @* g ot Do not mfor a moelsat lower but
t of It pro"djl tor tb sWeteM U Painkillor as dlreeod. AvoMid Yi|
S., tlous b .dv .e o" tou d aed or t of duawonlfSur .btm't te is but one' Pain. UTh
TH DAILY IUN. dastie measures. W Perry Dvis, Prpice e, 3Se.

NOTICS TO ADVMSTISRS. reason, that the adopt o of the' OU
--- amendment twouldr muttoIn mak it One
T oha 411 o t sUt Paret eU t .autbor Gooveror of AlabaI and at Comm
rt:of dvetisents to the n- spending Governor Coma to the U(lted mo
lawo ules the'roopy Is banded states Snast. The s had becOsme m r
a rI Friday morning. This also weary of Governor CoIser and the con. will
to changes In advertements tinued agitation and disturbance ot
tnf ruoningt the paper. businel s caused by *him eve aOce he'
S. entered oflet life, lad they wanted
be wise man considers wherein the him eliminated from political life ad
Sear was unprofitable to him, that. activity. O vr
Snay do better In the new pear. Thee two things-the political do-
__ ....thronement of Governor Comer ad Wes 88
ilst Nbe a pretty good Sme sea the very unwise provisions Ia the ea- li m i
In Maine. The amateur sport ood section. were the chief, f not the i
bae shot only three Suldes to olyWcause of the defeat of te sland, | q Ith 00
4a9t. The result, therefo6 was not ands
,a s defeat t for pro IbItion-Pultua ordl ai
post WOO 80I 4 119 lddelYi T HMr411. .VL
S to r this ntry, but it -ON VLL FLORIDA
m to be a case of lecturing the Two moral desnertes who commit- Capital ....................$75O000
Sat d revolting crime n Milwaukee.
jj^. I: on bein eaptured. wo ere tried, Mnteno. ,urplu, ................... 666.0T V. .
S'ft better to resolve sa fall, than ed to life tamprisonment, (as there I --F. J.
to resolve at all. This may be no death penalty n Wisconsin) and
appliable tor new year, but Incarcerated In much less than a week, Offltoe #
ood any .t... That was wells for the men rlebly de W. R. Thomea, Preldent.
___-_- __- sg-1 servedd their fate. But the chief point 4. K. roeme, FirMt VleoPreedent. "l
llmunlcatlons unaceompanled by ln that the speedy trial shows that W. Taylor, esondlVleo Predent. U
name of the writer always find the machinery of the law can work D. Turner, Cashler.
way to the waste basket, the swiftly and efficiently when no et
t one received at this office being tempt s made to block It But what
lM Alabua. If the culprltq Instead of belan poor Oletore:
== men bad bet the Morally degeerate
I K.--'" : B!rt 4.Ncos
Sow that tthe hunting seaon Is sons of Pittsburg or some other city J K. rom*a d. .o Nthels,
Mtly over, the football season ended, milllonarles. There would have bee J. Padge-t, Venable D
i that of boating and bathing not Innumerable delays as appeals, P' Duttn, W. R. Themes
arrived, life eems to be some- trials, and absurd technlealltde of ev. A. M W ayl.
morde secure. ery description. In addition the aan.*
i ty plea with its stories of heredity.
What a blessed thing i content- prenatal Influences and bratn storms Four Per Cent Paid in
t One man eats plaintar froa would have been worked to fullet ex.
earthenware and content Sa ngs Deprtment

ed. ihing all the Mean little things you
a" Ilkse the few papers that ar op- R
le e fftive way to keep boy and posin Frank Clark. Tou are too good
t othe streets tbese mog winter a man to conduct your campaign upon
t to providtethem some auc apla. and we hope you will
less and pleasant attraction at not agpab be gullty of such a thing.
SAttrctions tey s ad wull ab st to Clark, who s a "home man."
is, and If pareate are 0o unwle we had rather M6 youear poitlal ambt I ..
mot to gratify that natural demand tion graUted than any of the other
s one ratIonal way at boee, their candidates; but you muat run upon Stireta
okn re i will seek thoe elsewhere. your merit, and not upon the de- Cement S1-deal
aere., probably, the charater o the mrits of Frank Clark. as set forth All 10Kim1 --
lnegments and assoeiaUo to rtvo, by editor who love to bate him. CeeM Week
e or posltlvely evil. -' "::.:-: .e i
-, --- *$100 Reward. !*100 o ,en H
SIta hardous to gs what The readers of this prper will be and
mtay or may not do io the pate pleased to learn that there is at least
seaoa as it is to pes what the aded disease that selence has Tile Wal lhO
Mt will be like ix month been able to cure i all Its stages, and e4eorete Walls s at
o That there are many thn at Is catarrb. Halls Catarrh Curt g gm
p ought to do for the beuedt the osly positive cur. now known
the people few will deny. Thee to the medila fraternity. ltarrhb
s.l eoosomlc and political Intualltlke being a constitutional disease. requires M North Meve treet.
rd abuse that have loi bee wait. a cosatituatonal trrtmoenL Halla's Gaineevi, l 1e1 -
for solution. but vested interests Catarrn Cre is takes internally, act.
ye hitherto generally managed to Ing directly upon the blood and mu-

the way of reform. con wuraces of the system, thereby
-" -- destroying the etoadation of the die-
|.tmor Smith of The Tallabae e eme,. and living the patient streak -
DWemorat appears to have forgot- by bliMding up the M osstltttlon and
p taluabast lditor Tricv to his paft amsestng nature In doing its work. hoowv v.
lasses As senator Frank The pr orietors hbav so muck akth, r,, ,,- M "
me marked ocernuaing a ina s umtlive powers that tbey o ter ha- m mg
nnt that nmas Xo was purport- on Hmanred Dollanrs ftor ay case m a W-
Sto mav e. we 4o ot know that tallb to ceur. edfA r t of M
kit noe sa be would do so and tesiniM -
ScoM. be Pwe do k O hat hbe r Lb W M
uS cern# asber eo bt -e sa T 'lairs Mhi tFmor Wm mali A
*.wlas am u'knW.e,


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Rehme ANs hlbst&
-CO., sr. LOUIS, Mo.


U* er tbe Asplcess of

FlorddaLive k ek and Agricultural

8tate Fair Association

Hundred and Ten or More Days of High.-Clas IRacing,
noncing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Six or
rame each day. The bent horses in the United Stat%
ace daily. The most noted jockeys of both Contimh-zis
will ride.

M3OJ OM Give Away in Stakes and Purses
k that you attend and -judge for yourself as to the
ity of racing, and also to see that the best people of
untry patronize the sport and that racing brings thou-
of people and millions of dollars to the State.

Cashen, Pres.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen.
Pons, Se.-Trea.; Joseph H. Patterson, F. IP.


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be its policy of fire insurance, which ill ,
muoh-needed protection to the family in
our part we will gu,r."
too that ion pi"
which are in tle-'

a et and most lilrtlr

best to be had. T ;
siums are low, w
pI pleD Afir '
owoe than an)Pit' -
wrib or atelphow-
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white frost
the tow ,

314 degres. .-
bot Mack an fi v
fairried at *5 10114 t
parents at K on
S of last weeli.
dof o Conei otfr Kim

That olty loolagto t
4 f a com ~ai WVI

Ite in St. Jo tat i
11, cai In5 oWO5'ild
61 past few dMiOf eiane
0, been purchab* 1Waqqttai-
bj h Beekers froa ether

f11 frame AtrmeUts. were
to the ground In Seatod 'It*
0. The buildllge were attl-
Ibe lake front, near thO Clye

n, of the Kissammee board Of
working to secure t areo.
shoer modern hol l that
b isneeded to a c-p oaii*
Wiung number of stradlmss
itiud that way.

Bald, one of the passenger
the Merchants and Miners'
S"Berkshire" at PhWdllud-
jhd not be found upoO the
wiil at Savannah Friday, and
M that he jumped overboard
IM trip. The miss i OnWg
|ote to Jacksonville.

d life, which had been for
a a burden to him on acoaent
fith brought on by paralysis,
a, a paperhanger, oonmit-
ie at his apartments on
itret in Tampa Saturday by
Ua the load from a 88-caltre
Slato his right temple. He
s iue.

I of Louisville, Ky., for nev.
traveling for the Oarrett-
Compaay of Baltimore, sa
well known to many Florida
1 th whom he baa done
4W 4 suddenly at the jilUS-
itel in Tampa on last Sat
Ieuralgia of the heart. The
|wre .hilpped to Louisville for

ft establishment, with cold
i te plant combined, which,
Swill be the third largest
it will be started In Oasis
date, Atlanta capitalists
PIer, they having boneht
tmerly used by the ust
lb Company. The new eater
P eploy a large force wheo

pogres is being made on
r unning to the north
o lot Johns county whi
MBar iayard withs
vill and good work is
00 the road from St.
SOrmond Soon there wU
hfithway from Jack-
O du't which will be a
f automobiles.

4)'' 00'M has bees
rf the clerk of the
I., Oak to secmre
'l amountC givem by
o" f whlech Iraak


*~ti of All

6, y a Galnesville Citizn Finds the
Struggle Hard.
With a back constantly aching,
With distressing urinary disorders.
Dally existence Is but a struggle.
No need to keep It up.
Dean's Kidney Pills will cure you.
Ganesville people endorse this
Mrs. Eli. Ratherree, 201 W. Mc-
Cormick street, Gainesville, Fla., sayh.:
'For years I suffered from dragging
pains In my back, often so severely
that I could not move. The secre-
tions from my kidneys were also ir-
"huilr In passage and caused me
er annoyance. Any cold I con-
Saggravated my trouble and at
such times I was in misery. A friend
finally advised me to try Doan's Kid
noy Plls and I did so. The first few
do&& gave me relief and when I had
taken the contents o one box, the
pain disappeared and my kidneys be-
came normal Doan's Kidney Pills
owaed me and I am glad to give them
the credit"
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
tats. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
.ew York, sole agents for the United

Remember the name-Doan's-and
take no other.
Drew Is president. The funds secur-
ed by this mortgage will be used in
extending the line from Live Oak to
Fernandina, and also north and west
to points not yet announced. It Is ex-
pected that work on, the extension will
begin at an early date.

The eating of Hamburger steak
caused Intense suffering among mem-
bers of the family of John Rhodes of
Tampa a few days ago. At dinner they
ate heartily of the meat, giving the
residue to the pet dog of the house.
and within a very short time all were
taken with violent cramps and nausea.
even the canine becoming so seriously
affected as to mourn pitifully and act
as if sea sick. All have recovered
from the poisoning, however.

A peculiar accident occurred at the
fort near Pensacola a few days since
while the Twenty-Second Company of
artillery were at practice. After fir-
Ing the trial shots smoothly enough,
the first projectile, which weighed 41;
pounds, was touched off, and exploded
while within twenty or thirty feel. e
the muzle of the gun. The explosion
was of such force that the windows
and sashes in the power-house at the
fort were shattered and the dynamo
stopped. Pieces of the projectile went
in all directions, but fortunately none
hit where the officers and men were
located, which is considered almost a

Commissioner Dampier Gets Fine Re-
turne From Cane Patoh.
Commissioner J. 0. Dampier. who is
chairman of the board, Is somewhat
of a good farmer and besides the
iamIomr other products he raised
ueo hisb well adapted farm during thi
Past jear, has succeeded in malIaIg a
gat deal of syrup from a small acmq
Dertng the season just closed he
was busy for some five week grind-
lag cane and making the same into
syrsp and sugar and succeeded in
saknlg tweaty-five barrels of choice
syrup, besides a large sugar barrel
of the best brown sugar.
Met of the syrup put up by Mr
Dea ier was bottled and by this pro
eoS It required a great deal more at-
tIag than it would have ordinarily
If pissed In barrels, but he finds thi,'
method the most sucesr.ful fer he-
hum customers distributed in all "'-
tioms of the State'

A Hearty Appetite
is what most babies have. but is of
be bimeSt to them if they have wnrmo
t o youbr baby is noot trmbled
wfth thbm. ure >mpton: s aIlays
bory, rits under the y. not
galatgn la weight and yellow comPles-
&m. A few 6dofs of Wbhit s (*' reC
VeorifVge w0i espol all worma.
lS a positive re nd reliable. PriV
9 5esB per bottle. Soid by W. M.

-a tve yeur ad- peurpo

Inm aW"esced aip a &am
age 1S seotig I d*e t m**W

State Selh. Ap or Seh-d LaMb

SnWty e bm eof Trade


The HamptonWatson Co.

Real Estate Brokers


Gainesville, Florida, Dec. 19th, 1900.

The other day we heard a bright child say that you could
make his heart glad by leaving in his' stocking a Bond for a Lot

in Gainesville. He preferred the Lot to be in UNIVERSITY
PLACE, but he would leave the location to you, trusting in
your wisdom to know that UNIVERSITY PLACE Lots
would be something that on each coming Christmas he could
remember that you gave him something really worth while and

in later years when ready for his higher education, the profits
from this one Lot would pay his tuition through the University
of Florida.

Give the boys and girls their candies and toys and then
something really worth while. They will thank you for it in
the days to ome. It's 8p to you, St.' Nickolas.
Sincerely yours,


Is One of Most Earnest Workers of
the Methedist Conferen*e.
Rev. Edgar 8. Wilson has been as.
signed to the Galnesville church of the
Methodist denomination, and be will
no doubt prove a hard and efficient
worker In the cause of Cnrst.
Rev. F. R. Bridges, who bas served
the bcurch here for the past yearI,
desired a change, and was given the
Plant City church for the coming year,
which he will no doubt fill to the satis-
faction of that congregation.
Rev. Wilson brings with him a repsu-
tation of being a very earnest worker
and was transferred from the Hyde
Park church at Tampa. He was form.
early pastor for the Methodist church
at Tallahassee and his work there was
most saUfasetory, all of which will
be most gratifylag to the large con-
gregatlon.bhe comes to serve.

Her Heart Was Breken
because her complexion was had
Sahe oold lad nothing to elear
U.p. IadIee-a bad complesios lo
based by a aIns tve liver. An laset-
ve liver will be put la perfect coadi-
Uoo by taking Bellard's Herbtoine.
equalledd ver regulastor. Sold by
V. M. Johnson.
U yoe have lot or found arYtho
So a"t ta" to keep yaour eye as
Siasaibd aiveriuea slem.s

Scure a tessat for thai
room through a cl aaeOd
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re-ai e"Ata*e madwersindentlovw,
A fisaltY titleWould inak-wIt 1als'W
eass- an ab@WmtwomW Point cout 00
fault. In the titL.
AS &WbstiU=SOade hOn-Is. the d

doubtful title,

A Glorious Xmas
Phone as at 840 and let us mall and
get your Clothee to Clean and Press
preparatory for this great evet With
your Clothes clesa and pressed our
way you will be In much better
shape to enjoy yeur Xmae thaa other
wise. Our delivery is the beet.


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net be d eppelated. Ve will be
pleased wwt yew sak If yet it ft
froem Ve. We aleOn make leash ree,
cahe and Plea, whish we will detve
4te yew hem* daily f ev will 'pele

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this uome for your Holiday if. There
a hbmadmed of a ikle he that will
prove *I m4bb als well as appero
pri- gifts. wll w be lati* as well
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ATLANTA, Dee. 21.-P Wcf the
taie of a rnMy rise in his mouth
and wrapped himself and the rile
In the covers to mumlethe report, 3d-
ward Corrigan, yeas of mg, a die
charged private of Company I,
leventsenth United states, Inatry,
pulled the trigger ad shot of the
top of his head yesterday morning m
be lay in bed In the quart tsof Om.
pany I at Fort MNPeromm. ,
Corrigan was found dea4 when re
veillle was sounded. The diegrato .f,
a dishonorable discharge trom the
army and his failure to get beck into
the service Is believed-to have driven
the soldier to sutelde. Corian wao
released only three weeks ago from
the post prison, where he had served
a term In addition to being dishonor-
abfy discharged.. He was court.
martlaled on the charge of belin ab-
sent from the post without leave.

Death Certificates For Dogs.
The veterinarian was bondaging the
leg of a, Prench poodle wben the tele-
phone rang, so be amwed the visitor to
take the meaiep.
"Piee tell the doctor," aid a wo-
man at the other end of the wire, -that
King Ctrle isa dead and we would
like a death certlfcaste right away."
The visitor tnreasltted then ews of
royalty demise. then added *ometblin
about the "toWfoolery of getting a
death oetfi eate for a dog."
"It may be tomfoolery." said the
vetertaria. "but a lot of people with
pet cats and dog are guilty of It. It
a real King Charles was dead and I
was making out a certificate to file
with the board of health I should take
no more pains than I shall for that
family.that has lost a dog. Hie a e
and the date of death will be recorded.
and the disease that carried him off
will be described In detail. Of course
the owners of valuable animals are
most likely to ask for death certifl-
estes, but very often the poaeassor of
an ugly little cur that has crept Into
his affections wants one too."--New
Tork Sun.
Hew to Hit.
With on aswIft. stralght right to the
jaw the little uman had knocked the
big, fat bully out completely. Now be
was boosting modudAlly iIbuIt the mat-
"I learned how to hit." he Maid.
"from (Jeutlenniu Jiu Cortlwit. Gen-
tleman Jim claims that In street fight-
log it you land one clleau right you
win. But few men know .hitw to) bit,
out straight and clenu. They swing.
And a Iwilg is no good becnuse it Cani
so easily be dodged,
"To bit out with i:', right straight
and swift-this is how Jim taught mie
*to do It. You step forward with your
left foot toward the enemy. You hit
straight out with your right urm as
hard as you can, at the same time
shoving your bodxy forward and push-
lug off will the aill of your right foot
as though you were gollg.to shove the
whohl earth from under you.
"TI'h:t is how to land n straight right.
It lt casy. and It wine every timee"
Don't Be Hopeless
About yourself when you're crip-
pled with rheumatism or stiff Joints-
of course you've tried lots of things
and they failed. Try llallard's Snow
Liniment--It will drive away all
aches. paittw and stiffnest and leave
you aM well as you ever were. Sold
by WV. 1. Jolnion.t.

Catching Monkeys.
Illtnigtullc m,>akey\v. a hitith rank
almotg the lIMust v lUhble. r'nmuatervhoi.l-
ly Ni|aking. uf the amnall anituals, aru
caught in aMU litnteretling ua.v. A to-
cotunt is split Inl two anid a biInana
wilth ii plece of wood rtanaiug through
It litet'd hl nluthwi He ihrtugh tihe nut.
the two hlir'e of thlcb are drtuni
together by wlres. Tl'heu a hole i\ cut
Just lnrge tutugh for tle mioukey "
|40w to enter. Thw monkey *plei tihe
tenl|ting lut frru him tre.' i ho|is

dtvn. loks It over. mes the bole and
smells the banani limklie. lie Is fond
of bananas. Iluttinue his paw in. be
glraslp It. but the wood plrvveuts it
from tovmlng out. Then the catcbers
mppeqr, sMa the nionkey runs for a
trve. But be tasunot clitb cause of
the cor naut not let go of that. so be is ealitured.
pawing wild'." at the tree trunk.


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u~ trwflo itint loowRu

tor ite upo-e of he tea to botb
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Nae*Ity of Ale Baths.
.The eondItIons and conventions of
or elvillsation demand frequent bath-
Ing. Any one suspected of avoiding a
dally bath would quickly find bhimelf
persons non grata to decent society.
It to popularly supposed that frequent
bathing is essential to health. This Is
quite untrue. Mucb of the benefit at-
tributed to the water is In reality due
to the complete exposure of the skin
to the air. The respiratory function
of ite skiu is of high Importance. and.
although water may be dispensed
with. closing the pores to air would
result In speedy asphysxatlon.-New
York Medical Journal.

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W. yGeaeral-Park M. Traa
6iloqeer of Agrlplture--B. i

1W of Publio Inastruetliod--Wm. U
3h ,ay. Tallahaes.e.
R eaload Commladsoneri-L Hud
. Burr. Cbalran; Newton A
BftAh, tRoyal C. Dunn. W. C. -Yot
seesary. All communications should
be adreased to T&ahaaoee.
PMtsident ot the Seasty--4. U. HU-
Wit Miaml.

eenty, Olmeere ,
CiOrk and Auditor-8. IL Wlenges
AMesv le.
pt. Pablie Iastruotlo--Dr'. J. L
Kelle GailnesvillU.
IieriI.-P. G. Ramsey, Gaineville.
owty J H. G. Ma O a
TMa iae -W, W. Colsao. Gaiaee

Ta OoColltor-W. p. .oae
Tresurer-J. D. MathemaO, Gaeas

pervlor Regsatrtio-J. C. Me

OInty Commaulonn as.4a 0.
DaplWer. Chaitama, 'ai- J. J.
.wn rCapvMle: J. W. Mway
Ar r. Cha.W I. SUkaers Treatos:
0. 0saoi, Oshnesv3s.
. Member / thoo Boardd-. 1B
Week Cklbor--T. Ilawth ; I

sotae Su steurT MeOewry.
Members Houlem-yd arter.
gtlesoville; T. Doke, Seata rse.

Mayor-HorAtIo Dfvis.
Marabel-Cha. Del* .
Tax Amessor-W. M. Bradford.
Tax Collector-T. B. Bllias, r.
Clerk and Treasuret-J. Maxey DefR
City Attorney-R. B. 'avis.
Board of Aldermen-G. K. Broomeo
President; 8. J. Burnett, H. L Pblfot.
H. 8. Oraves, C. A. Coleiough, W. T
Pound. J. A. (oodwilm
Board of PuWllc Works-H. B. Tay
lor, Chairman: W. W. Hampton, se re
tia; H. F. DuttOB. K J. Baird, J. H
If A Is worth more to someone else
than to you-no matter what It la-
a want ad. will be a good investment.


DBreomo OQuinne"p

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Laxative Bromo Qulnhie

Aways remember the full name. Look
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ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleem
Jacksonville to New Orleans

PFo frilt ilfruIa on and looping car reservations ill
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For detailed information, rates schedules and ee
ervatione, see your nearest Ticket Agent,
write to or call on
Div. Pil. Agent,. Tray. Pass. Agent,
Atlqati Coast Line, Jacksonville, Florida.

G. S. Merchant & Co

Staple and Fancy Croc le
Grafi, Garden Seed a'-d F'rti izr~s
HIghest market phrio paid for Chlcie-i' L r ,I r
A omplet stock of Hay. Corn ',.ir t*':,
eed Meal Md Rye. We haad',. nl *' V:
at LfyoMt PrieM. sad iguar l"ee ~a)fstT'.r,

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S.What do you ONa
femsrlld demaldd. ,*Y
OWt5 without knOWMN
-i ws only doi( wh at
you soid the grtaith.i

t t ore to e lY0 U
dWt pel t look ing visdt
agdresuing the Htaday
thie rs uo otptoe obate
is til auy onew Oc 7o0
President of the UItedl
Wl to secure their undl-
Slive up to your oppor-
It weuI on. eying them
w itrghgt boy lu this audl-
iowe a great banBll
op world's chuimp1oO 1 tba-
OrNy boy sat up straight
j ilteru.-Cbicago Tritbio

dt nger from Infibttma
g in pneumonia. This
by using Chamber
Remedy, as It not only
but counterstts any
the disease towards pnou-
,by all druggists.
Clerk of the Circuit Court,
ty, Florida. Palatht,
jkb, 1909.
py Commissioner of Put,
I, Florida, will receive
for the construction of a
SPalatka to Rice. Creek
l, January 6th, 1010. and
at 2 o'clock p. m., will
iM ase.
IN bidders will obtain all
|Adficatlons of the work
at this office, and their
left at this office until
t Court of Putnam Coun-
str'T1oN a( OP CHAPITrI
rhn icst W. a. Broome.
T Certiva.te No. 7,
d% ar of July, A
r ,*1estc in myo 06e.
10tton for tax teed tolei
.e0law. Said artelruo i.
ftT. isr, T t owifc

msafs, shaD be red ge*
i ed a e there.
*Jauary. A. D. 150--
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COUH6: Fine Maho
A- .& LMbyaDMCO.,NewosiC f
Co, -- -AND TEN $10(


York's Tenements.ota ash V
Many a grewesme bit of wisdom Is
gleuned by settlement workers. The
other day a woman of philanthropic To Be C ive
endenclee trudged iles looking for
rooms tor an unfortunate family tbat
Mad to move. After she had made u
seItction that would fit their scant
Iluna the mot-.r of the family went L e S I
around to see the room before mov-
ton Toi91 wes f Al
.Ob," exclaimed that wise tenement
w eller. "we'd be worse off here than
werb we are! This place l1 too un-
"Bow do you make that out?' asked
the settlement worker. "It strikes me
to being better than most houses of
Its clau"
The woman pointed to the banisters.,
which ran up through tue five flights Having arranged this buslnell with
ot stairs to the roof In a ragged, bro- one of the best Piano Manuftutrers
ken I*. "Coffas." she said grimly. in this country to supply us with the
*That's what that means. Cofls Is following Piano. Style 17, guaranteed
terrible hard on banisters. There are years:
too many deaths here to suit me." Case is double veneered inside and
And when the settlement worker out, inside with beautiful white ma-
learned that many tenement dwellers pie, well finished; outside with beauti-
really do Judge of the healthfulness of ful mahogany. Seml-oolomlal In style.
a house by the condition of the bans, with pilasters and trusses to match
te she concluded that that place Its appearance. Full empire top with
t she included that that place drop moldies.
wouldn't suit her either.-New York
Press. Cheeks and toe blocks built up of
many thicknesses to Insure absolute'
WOMAN. stability In wear. Case is equipped
WOMN. with compounded key bottom to In.
sure stability and uniformity of touch.
A Mystery That Keeps Man Eternally BHack is made of quarter sawed rock
on the Guess. maple, consisting of six poets.
"When woman has ceased to be a
"When willoman has ceased to be of special The sounding board Is of Californla
mystery she will cease to be of spealspruce, cross ribs of the same ma.
Interest to man." said one among the trial, running at right angles of
loveliest of her sex. and she is able to ounding board from corner to corner
speak as one having authority. for she of the entire width of the sounding
is comely and bas been alive long board area.
enough to know whereof she speaks.
Andoh to know w thinerek of it se is Treble and bass bridges laminated
And. come to think of It. mi and built up of many thicknesses of
about right-she Is right. the choicest quarter sawed maple,
It Isn't because woman makes of pin block laminated and built up of
herself a mystery. lie's a mystery in five different layers of wood, Insuring
spite of herself. And nature albne. absolute stability of Instrument to
being man's guperlor ou earth, seems stand in tone. Imported German tun-
to be playing woman so as to keep ing pins and strings, double repeating
man ever guesshig, for as soon as be wood flange action, splendidly rel.s-
has succeeded l tigurg out one of lated, and 13 pound hammrs of the
hashuc eeded ti i oute choeiest material; white mass strings:;
her equations s.v hands him another. Ivory keys of a splendid quality of
and so on, and on. Ivory; noiseless trap work and three
At first the young man thinks he pedals.
knows all about all women, but by the
time his locks begin to whiten be UL The Iron plate of this piano o ex.
ready to concede that be doesn't even -
know all about one. Or do you know
all about her?
To the laddie they are all kissable. ITH
or nearly all, but as time passes the SMITH'S
kiaable list shortens and shortens on-
tl at last-well. you taoy answer for VOTING Coul
yourself but no doubt it is quite short VOTING COU
Wnles you belong to the promiscuous
brothwbood.-lttsburgUasette-'I'Ime 1 0 V 4
Lure of the Heroic.
Why is baseball the game of the ForT----.-
iammer Instead of croquet, and foot-
ball the game of the autumn instead
a tidfdledewlnks? It Is the element of Addre-- --
esflet. of struggle. that give, to the 1'hi coupon may be CaM
disamod snd the grtdlron their empire
ever the Imaginarlton. The whole msn NOT GOOD AFTER DE
goes Into taseball. whereas ctriuet 0
cannot 'ontain tihm' ettrlr' e uTlnt.li.ty .. ___.._.......
of any except a very weak dilutin, of
mascullnlty. The ,,rmal uan Iik a
game that tries the plIayer's the.v arnl
alew. eye atd bruin, heart and cour
The fact of the matter i that oth D
libg is more attractive to men thai.
dlgctty. iardshblp. danger. The call
at the heroic is trresltible. A case In
polet is that of a ran ii left ,n .Fos .o9
psitine for smoother a few .nia. hor /
ai. He tuirul bhi back on frk't.de a tt-w-te re :

dI~Ultiss (of na i...t UtinguaI ,1, LId AS. p~i
His employers offeri-"! tomru. eri tliwic
they could agire hiw I,- Inlnu'e loin) 140 watch nor t6e
NOMaN.lin t one 1111n, they (."U'l ? f'.I j atock b6 a
upllfate--the c'pwortunit) for a stin L.Iosem.
Oe such as tries wu-Y.'s skul' 1 Ilist
3W" mo0M to m hamfbi!the' n~atef'l.11 ttishat ful, uar'

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RIE ONE los 0 Nrth. T
R phone h1 00e bouns I to U1 to I.
and by tppoeatMAt. diadt of
gai' American lebool of Otpat %dV.

I CERTIFICATES ovue. rlorda.

a im, Building. Offlceow*: I to u & &%w
lue $1,275.06B I and Grahs
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I Ofioe Over Dutte Bank. Phone 8M

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tra heavy reelftroed and of the best
bell metal, plate Is ffulahed to dark DENT 18 T
olive agree. uaranteO Is cast la top
of plate. This panoe is equipped with Oo" OM Da tm A OO& C Ma 1
double whol castors. to i eo, GeIiIev V
We will give one vote for eaob pen.
ny spent with us in our different deo T C. ADKINS
apartments. Watch out for our ad.
in every Issue of The Bun. Cut it.
out and bring or sed it is to us and Attorney-at-Law.
we will allow 5 votes on each or the
amount stated thereon. Our first &a. Portr Block.
will allow anyone entering the raee
100 votes. 'The only ballet box will
be found In our establishment where Galeavill - - orida.
you are to vote. llraneb office of
Manufacturer in Cincinnati, Ohio. W 1K. BAIKR,
from whom the Piano for this conteet
was purchased, have agreed to re ATTUIINKY-AT-LAW,
deem through us the ten $100 Cer.
tiflcates as follows: Ole crUtilcate tuJ.itvtIlt 1'L CHIANLER i, .
each for $100, which will be redeem .
able In cash as a payment on any
piano they manufacture. 1AINS%'VILl.l, Alsglat Co.', FLA
1. The contest Is open to anyone ~~MRDINAMl) i'.YRI.
living in Alahua county who is know, Ar'y ORNY A I* A
by the conductor of the conteSt ot,
v-uched for by some reputable per Uavnts, 't u .*
son, to them well known. 14111 our SIp I rupertT, ( 0
2. No empolyee, attache or rein .rtovpd and salnprud). p,
Uve of the proprietor of I. C. Smiti ruskilg ad rni landade. d
are eligible to partlelpate In this con list ofwhat Re a eor foealde. 114MSp
test, and will participate In no mana -
eor. J A. OARLIbLK.
I. In the event a candidate decide' ATTORNEY AT LAW
to withdraw from the race. such can
didate will not be allowed to transfer A dollelter IO KqIltN
votes to the credit of another candle.
date in the contest.
.- IsI' Estatoe, OoBvelmiiI& anda
Idnaft hAftiftA sl &aftAft ral Pr mtlee. All business prmItll
headed tso. OSt neo dero o Ul

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Sfaes. Oalolld InMrda. '

U weI IVE1 T
at our place of btuines. 1pM1 i M
DEMBER 31st, 1900.

Towd. Datim VLA.
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114r aVern"" t IEMIS.

h iap t i s AINKSVILLrl NIW SAKIftY.

ch s Bs. Ca .e, P ,s

re Wadoet deliver. |wtk daily f*ve
U>4 tn *evor7 your irdap at leuvMa.. store. Our
bet real Wad bread -s sate at all store bats!!ag
It a breet. A tritl order aro'rtated.

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What Has Happened and What is Go-
Ing to Happen--Persemal and
Seolal Items of the City.

W. H. Hay of Savannah was in the
city yesterday.
T. J. Perry of Rochelle favored theb
city with a visit on Tuesday.
S Rev. B. T. Rape of Rochelle was a
visitor to Gainesville yesterday.
R. D. Medlin has returned from a
short business and pleasure trip to
Our store will be open until 8 o'clock
each night this week. Gainesville
Furniture Co.
Get the best and cheapest fireworks,
as well as nice fresh fruits, of the
old reliable J. B. Brooks.
4 Mr. and Mrs. 11. C, Waldron of
Grove Park were transacting business
here yesterday and doing their boll-
day shopping.
John Acree of Archer wan among
the visitors here yesterday. He came
up for the purpose of doing some
holiday trading and returned on the
late train.
Mrs. Weeks of Newberry arrived in

the city yesterday and will
some time here au the guest
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
East Gainesville.

of her


Motare VfablbW o Archer was visit.
lag In the *k yes*eday.
0. K. Landaers of Prairie OCreek was
among the visitors here yesterday.
J. H. Whitney of WIuleto woo
ampnu the visitors to the city yestear
NOTICB-The Continental Oate will
be opes early and late during the boB,
days. .
Mr. and Mrs A. 0. Sotenborg have
returned from a pleasant visit to Jack.
Nothing better for a present than
a nice piece of furniture. Qaldevllle
Furniture Co.
A word to the wise sla suffient
Ninety per eat of the drummers stop
at The Brown Houase.
Attorney J. 0. Adkins left yesterday
for a short business visit to points
In the westemt part of the county.
No Vanilla Extract Like Blue Rib.
bon-Not only ia It pure but of great
strength and delicacy. Unequaled for
W. 9. Turner of Micanopy was in
the city yesterday. He brought with
him a load of choice oranges which
found ready sale.
Mrs. Catherine Healey apu grand-
daughter of Hagerstown, Md., are in
the city spending the winter with
Mrs. A. 0. Steeuburg.
Chas. Pinkoson left yesterday for
points south on some business matters
pertaining to his department with
the Atlantic Coast Line.
Miss Agness Zetrouer, an attractive
young lady of Rochelle, was visiting
in the city yesterday. She is one of
the most competent teachers of the


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We tavite you to call at or store
ad sno what we have. Galmesvlle
urntlture Co.
$he Kome Klean Klub have a new
advertisement In this Issue to which
attention is invited.
J, W. McDowall of Newberry has
arrived In the city for the purpose of
spending the holidays with his family.
H. 8. Simmons, J. C. Pons and Vfank
MeDavid were among the Moateoeha
eittles who came to Galnesville yes-
Deputy Sheriff W. F. Bruton left
yesterday for the phosphate m ine in
Citrus county for the purpose of carry-
intog some prisoners.
. appreciated holiday gift for the
yomng would be a pretty tfox terrier
puppy. Several nice ones for sale at
400 Mast Union street. Telephone
No. 88.
L L. Cone, who is connected with
the Nagle Barber Shop and a receAt
acquisition to the city's population,
made a visit to Starke, his old home,
B. W. McCreary, accompanied by
Joe Maeasse, Jr., left yesterday for a
Ahort visit to Jacksonville. They
made the trip through the country Ip
Mrs. Mkreary'a Buick.
B. F. Zetrouer of' Rochelle was a
visitor to the city yesterday. He came
over to accompany his wife to the
hospital owing to illness which will
confine her there for a number of days.
John Young. supervising engineer
for the Government with headquarters
in this city, left yesterday for Ocala
to be absent for a few days looking
after the public building at that
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Phifer returned
yesterday from a pleasant visit to
Lakeland, where they went for the
purpose of attending the annual meet-
Ing of the Florida Conference of the
M. E. Church.
Rev. T. P. Hay. Mrs. Hay and son,
Park, left yesterday for South Caro-
lina to be absent during the holidays.
They will visit relatives, and D' Hay
expctn to return to the city by the
last of the month.
Just In-Rag dolls--can't break.
our's.' Bisk-mettle heads; talkiug
dolls, and others. Fine carriages, ve-

locipedes, tricycles, and toys of all
kinds cheap at the new store next ex-
press oces. Dont fail to see them.
The peculiar propertes of Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy have been thor-
oughly tested during epidemics of in-
fluenza, a d whem it was taken in
time we have not heard of a single
case of pneumonia. Bold by all drug-
W G Richardson and W. K Kiser
have returned from the wilds of La.
Fayette county. where they spent the
pat two weeks living on venison and
ot(er choice game. They had a most
pleasant trip sad the weather all dur-
Ing their time was fine for hunting.
1. 1. HUI left yesterday for poltas
south In the latoret of the rommailstoi
hout he represents. lie states that
priWe are very poor In the markets
now and that mom, of the haest let-
t* hbe ev maw shipped to the m
kets Is beAg reftued by the bOhese.
If yoe are sfferta from eoIwMs
beadae, P meat ei eet in a peostwal
card. mad to 0 hmbtera Metame

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A sprained ankle will usually 4dis
able the injured penon for three or
four weeks. This is due to lack of
proper treatment. When Chamber-
lain's Linpest Is applied a cure may
be effected nla three or four days. This
liniment is one of the beat ad most
remarkable preparations in use. Sold
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"Sweet Cloyver"
"The BeUe of Richkmod"
"She Coulda't Marry Three"
"A Crazy Idea"
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pay a .bort visit to Meads aMd rela-
tive. ; *
* 3sI EmmUa WIm, haM gone to
Trmnlon to be at the bdside of her
father, B. F. Wllams, who is
critically Ill.
Miss LAster Smith bas Sone to Way.
cross, a., where she will remain dur.
in* the holidays on a visit to friends
and relatives.
Gibbs Cesnout is home for -the holl.
days to pend thp time with his pa.
rents. He la attending school at
-alueaille, Ga.
R. W. Small, one of the merchants
of Hague, was a visitor here yester-
day. He states that trade .for the
holidays'is very good at his place and
the people generally seem to have
CoL R. E. Davis returned yesterday
from a business visit to Jacksonville
and Tallahassee. He visited the lat-
ter place in the Interest of the city
and will" have something of Interest
to give to the people within the next
few days.
Johm'Carlisle, an old Oainesville boy
who is now traveling I the interests
of the American Tobaece Company, Is
hose foru the holidays. He has se-
cured a twoweeks' vacation, which
will be spent in this section fishing,
hunting, etc.
John F. Jacksa of Bronson, one of
the oldest men how traveling this sec-
tion tn the clothing business, was a
visitor here yesterday. Within a short
While he will a4al take the road with
his new line, which will require a
limber of weeks.
B. R. Stripling, who has recently
made him home in OalnesvIlle, will
leave today for Oainesville, Ga., to
spend the holidays with his wife and
children, who are now stopping with
relatives in that section. He is so
well pleased with Gainesville that he
may bring them here In the spring
for a short stay.

5 Cents Per Une
aeh tInserutlo, but so
sMt taken for less tra oa
words make a line; Jo tr;, c
every word over each six cow
i4'1 4ditoral line. CA4,'I
I ast accompany all otr r
tkms t tLis coluen-

FREE-We repair !:v rn,. f,,
if bought from u.. ,ri
Guarantee Shoe .
DON'T FORGET M(,ri. (',
you need shoe r *lairi!,. All
done at the Gi.iar ii,.,. '
Wall street.
WANTED-Plans a ;l
accompanied by bid-s, t
tion of four houu:s n;1 \ni
Place, each hou.,e to n,tt ,)t
than $2,500. Addre,. \w ;Z T

FOR RENT-Cottage in South (
ville. Apply to J. E. llHaes
this office.
FOR RENT-Six-room house ua
acres of land in cultivation
fourth mile north of the lU'iV
Apply J. A. Phlfer.

FOR SALE-Typewriter ribbon
kinds. Sun office.
from Oyster Bay; 4Oc quar
week, at Hubbard's Oyster M
208 West Union street Phone
SHOE STORE, Wall ('nionl i
will continue the Introductioa
through holidays. A pirtetnt
every purchase.
anyone hunting Plank's Chill
It's guaranteed to cure ma
chills and fever. Price 25 cea
bottle. Ask W. M. Johnon.
probably know.
the genuine Siauldi'n I: 1 !Na
10 peck sack. ,,1*". T :,
Triumph at $V 8' .
orde'rT. Aw'1ri an
pany. Jackson' il'

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