Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01335
 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 23, 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: VID01335
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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"ecor" Me6tfltb Contempt &nd.Are Brand-

ed as S Il e By Committee.
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'PENHAGEN, Dec. ", re-
of the special comI bf cl-
which the Unlivei't y OCopea-
appointed to lWotbiM Dr.
rick A. Cook's claims that he has
pered the North Polk. were *ub.
l to the consistoy -d tol uIl-
fy yesterday mornatal em edmd
body and given to the pblife.
b report shatters empl0tefly, al-
tootemptously, the American
Isr's title to such discovery, and
ith officials and people of Den-
Swith chargrin at the Utre Dan-
b b made to assume In th aey
i sclnentiflc world. The pablio
prepared for a verdict ( "not
s" but did not expet it recent
to be branded as a aImposter.
s till cling to the'belif that
acted in good faith, but harbored

Will Take Away Ho ef.
rs and scientists almost
sly have lost faith in Cok's
while one of his warzaet uPp-
Knud Rasmussen, th explor-
dlped to frame the report. The
papers attack Cook and se-
reproach him for 40 ,11. which
R tard as a sign of gallty con-

rector of the university, Dr.
ni.. w~en questioned as to
)Sslbiiitv of the university can
lthe d re,' which it conferred
('ok said that no decision
hec r.*,, her!d, but he thought that
Ie' ( r*l! I. withdrawn In the

same way as a government could de-
prive a person of an order obtained
under false pretenses.
Commodore Gustav Holm, the Arc-
tic explorer, and a member of the
committee, said:
Convicted as a Swindler.
"Cook's claim that he had the ob-
servation 89 degrees 59 minutes, 46
seconds near the pole proved imme-
diately that he was a bad observer, but
nothing indicated that he was a
swindler. Now his papers convict him
of being a swindler. We examined
Cook's observations frst, and agreed
unanimously that they were worthless.
It is not unlikely that Loose made
the observations. He is a clever man,
Just the sort that Cook could use."
Prof. Oluensen, secretary of the
Danish Geographical Society, said:
"It is the saddest event in my life.
As an explorer there seems to be no
doubt that Cook is absolutely unre-
.The committeN appointed by the uni-
versity to examine Cook's records re-
cently, presented Its report to the
conalstory of the university, which re-
viewed the deductions of the experts
with the greatest care and discussed
the findings from every standpoint.
That both the committee and the con-
sistory were disappointed was soon
"Records" Simply Worthless.
The consistory met yesterday and
adopted a written -report to the effect
that tle altged records submitted for

h $100,000 or More

Dr. Cook May "Retire"

- YOK. )Dec. 22.-Thus ends
tw t:,, r.t fascinating chapters
St .,. of exploration.
g'I' ot. Deunmark.
S o versilty f Copesa
Lt lth wreothU of
, y accorded the
New York, and
( ands for the length
O'' t land as the av-
da r. e di ar*d1 the gunt tfe
th ArI, Ir. Pr. deluk A.
"1 ht diseM ted ta
Sai, '' im ti defense of
\' v',.,g but wal
S i the emonotae
ut him ever shoe
S ,rd from L"11
ds, to his wvi:
address Cope.

t I ,r.-, teamlt is
ratherr stM i
A1 *
refustng to
-.- of the Uof tr

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.. three qusatte:
S *f Whet g

F *tt'4'Peetp t
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r,' rat the

peal to the other scientlflc tribunals
of the world.
One of the party who made the
trip with I)r. Cook to Hamilton,
1M1ontano, where he had a dubious
meeting with the guide itarrill who
denied that the Dluctor had eser com-
pleted the ascent of Mount MrKin
ley, said yesterday:
He Has 1100,000.

LOCHL.08 Do IL--Prof. 0 A.1 .SUBD Y WOULD
Roberts closed ehis scbbl Friday and
left for his oe Saturday to p. 5,000,000 A YEA

a few days here last week with Bhis
brother, C. A. Roberts. i t A
At the closing of school Friday the F re of MI N Wi At
pupils rendered a most aterest ing pro
gram consisting of speeches. dialogues f A f r*fl PAAnIA
and a debate, the question for the de- WAm U WPeopleW
bate being. "Resolved, That M0duca
tion la -More Beneficial to Maun Than (By Tav., Special Staff Corroepodet of This Newspaper.)
Money." The Judges tedered their
decision in favor of the attractive. WASHINOTON, Dec. D 1.-If you re 10.3 por cent, and at the present tI
Miss Ida Jackson, who is teaching agalnat a ship subsidy, you are U .a than per ceat of t he goods
school at Jennings. came home Mon patriotic. ported from this country are canrri
day to spend Christmas with het pa- Thi las the slogan that has been In ships sallit under the Amertal
rents. adopted bythe milMlaalre ship Own- flag.
W. W. Brown of flalad Grove was era who will proat, cbloy, from the When our Aot of battleebis -aSd
a business visitor to tows Monday. passage of ship subsidy iogialation. its cruise around the world roesea
The orange growers have all sum- Aware that public sentiment is hoo- the navy departMet was osupel
ended work until after Christmas. ile to the bill that the party la pow- to charter foreign steamers to aot A
There will be a good many cars to er will attempt to pass within the teadd to carry the osat, the food, to
move forward after C0t041as. next few months, the subsidy grab- cloth)a and the ammultioe. It w*
Dr. Randall of MIcaepy has been bers have decided to make their fht wee to bae a war with Japae, CMA
over the past week doing dental center on an appeal to the patriotism Turkey or any 4dMtat power, eOr ag
work around the commality. of the American people, would have to depend upon forig
Min Pay Caldwell, wbo is teaching "It we are to have war with Japan, bottoms for coal. The law of ma
school at Tomoko, Velmia county, we would be at the mercy Of the ene ttmUty would humiliate us as a Mu
came home Monday to spnd Christ- my, as we would have so ships to power.
pas with hqr parents. transport coal." is the cry that is now The aubsidleta would solve the tpro
A nice time was had last Friday gotag up from the tainted press be-. m by giving about 6.,MO,00 anna
night at a candy-pulling at the home resn manlatained in various parts r ly-the proceeds of the foreign mI
of Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Hayman. The the country by the nsaocloerwho have department of the postoffloe-or thi
weather was rather cool for the coom their eyes upon the public treasury. establihtbmet of a regoar W all
smon. The first part of the evennla This pea merely be(as the tasse to the east coast of loeth Amerka
was spent In games and pleasant con- for reader not well vrsed on the to Australia. to OWbi sad the Philip
versation ans the latter part was en- subject, because It tends to create the pines.
Joyed by estfdi good eaadU chewing impression that legislators ho oppose Two n ips woe 'e eqinred
cane and drinking Jules. Ilss Cald *ship subsidy are agalast t rebuild eoeb liae subeidle""d WMbi wod
well cooked the caldy sand she Is as Ing of the American merchant ma mean an addttien of lx ships to Oi
except lonally,good hand as the bual- rine. As a matter of fact, the men merchant marine In the event of thrM
non. The crowd was lare, Mad who are oppoliag the peltclple of a Iunes being eatabllsbed, sad elm
remnai(nd until a rather late bar. subtildy opposing the payment of shliJ should four lines be establiWiak
when there departed, thanking their millions of dollars annually from the The estimated $.,0O.0M la rcoasMe-d
host and hostess for the mut pleasant public treasury to private ship own. only sumioent as a "starter." It ia
evening and expressing their regret r#--ape more anxious to put Amerlean Conceded t lat er on a larger su*m
at Mir. layman belng through grinding shipping on its feet than the friends will be a coesary. Iblpeubaldy I4
cane for this year. of the subsidy. Only they would do ikn a tariff In the respect that it is
Rev. Thoumipon of Island (rove was it by permitting the American regis- ever growing and extending new
In tosn Tuesday. try to forplgn-built lship, a method branches.
J. N. liaynmas and family spent a which doet not provide for the open- The opponents of the above plan
plia ant day Monday itn Jarksonville. Ing of thy "pork barrel." and Is sen- contend that It bag been tried over
-- .. -- orally unpopular to the party tii power, and over aStin without sucrees, and
examination by Ir. Coo)k failed to (a nunibor of the Insurgent Repubill- tlt hil. Ir blidles miiht make asw
prove his claim that hli had reached cans excelfted.) t unprofitable lines profitable at pll:t
ltei North Pole. After oiltailing all inthb friends and opponents of ship itwrie, that is not the true fuuetbl
available Information thb committee subsidy deplore the fact that our of government, and at best would be
finds as follunws: amrehbat marine has dwindled away. but a temporary support.
first. The report of tbhe expedition The decline bas saerompanled the ad. *How would the opponents of ship
sent to tie universit.l by lDr. Cook sla vane of higb tlari slarrly. I5 |biidies go about it to restore the
the samen as that printed in The New Istli, .5 per coat of all foreign o' Amercan Sag on the eas ?" as aed
York Herald during the umonbth of meore of the United State w camrrid Th Kusternann bill offers one way
September nd October last. In Amerteian venels. I M 4 thbl was ---
Second. The copy cf Cook's note redueed to 17.5 per oealt; In 1901. to (Cotlnaed os Ness Poae.

books dues n"t contain at:y ariginal
astronomical observations whatever,
but only results.
Third The docunm.nt, presented
are InesxuiablylackIktin In IforM.
t.n which would prove that the
nr,,i,,o .al observations there m u. I --- J SL U- -

"O n the w ay back to thn 1ait, I '- --t. Ii .... .. ."". .. . -
asked the otor what he wou f.rred to were really mad. and also
asked the Doctor what be would do t .... .
Sthe niveruty of Copenhagen taino details regarding the pran
St Univerity of Copnhaeti work of the expedition and the
found against him?- wl m e
I haven't thought of that. answer lodge Jodrny which w ldrn mble
ed the Doctor the committee to determine their re
ed the Doctor I
"But you must think of it." said a t for of
tThe commlitte tbeqore Is of the
"Well." anweted tne D actor "if opkln that the material trala mid
the university should fmnd sgalu.t he. for a l ctain p
I believe I Pbould go back atoS, hte h that rI ioki rseied the pol.
lstmaos of Soutbers (reenland s: Thebro othse om*id0.& wiOw
try to carry on there such a n.d-cal of W fommilt.., w"
aloesoo as Dr. GreenfeUl h made us to e of fo t
..Mt 1i a tromdrea do e r ta of aa
H1ary Wellington Wark., fr ('xok* troo observatory. 1r. C.
lawyer and the frld who I au ole. atra t. attared to the
wyer andor the statementho Is ab observatory; Gstav Holm esper
were both asked last alght howsuh Iu A i. lt~. o 1m. pr -.- l o
maesy they thought Dr Cook had o f the t ,r ltrl oflte.
mide from the. al.' of his narrativel a r P. A. nt r 0 ir of
to newspapers In this country and I Asau Y
abroad. and froeo bhi l*ctarea _n- _
"Moar thea .0.'" said Mr
Wa&. -Mere than $1, 80. said aWIO-o AMtivy L*ee" GO
teo frh g loth agreed that. bsould Co(troo r DOpV .stated The
ep Detr oeect to spend the remsl8d- reportew yeeoserfa that SMowsg
aof his day pn reir tenw hb haa theb holdaye woMM wltne**s '* of he
m ftars esen. be ae*d *devr want greatest lag bones tisb isM sm
1 1c0m1 t. *h # 6p.rgd- 8 asoy s e
he b@ens oef a deuvm e whe v ted e bus SWIe M GO a membe d aOf )e
or. C0k Se f1aeedom o a'te tC ta '6s 1. 1 he 1 a s1 4of
r m to w e ...lr. h b aMe **W*O N"" oW4 g"F
S 1m 86t0M S Eo __
fa gal, *N V1 -T.h

anumg i 01 me marines

I a& r'.* *.. -- PL ..*A ... A. a.. -6-2-A

aIluI'A, A r .1n,-" ui m11e
State monsulate yesterday received
a pke for wprotecto for Amertas
t Orasada The puosetieo. signed by
many proaminmt reMadents. lertedila
several vatted States eM@ se. aked
that t'ulted States *arfie be die-
embar4ed at Caat liunIdlagely sand
ws to Granada to "deftd thramenod
Itereet tbere. OGrasedso i of
PreMe4t( Madds's stroegheaM.
Jose Madrsa wee Iselegrtd ree-
sorday as preseoat of Mkrag. TheW
remwnm wse held at the &te ace in.
stead 0f at the Parsutaem. Selays
made a btrsif esprb, vavtn"
-f ertreet the Nicarar it to y
to the pport of Prestdoelt Mdi.l
who has made a vow for the early
itmlasts a' the fo rm a war. I
wiA to pay trits. to the abiy ad
bhia ofy my Seor, I am es
"mu that hIs aotatstes weIM N be

The ward& the Prgd wee

M be amid. *I amm*the pue*i






Iwrmus4 -I smperinled. Isa2 4
he sie to eet(wePuo sed a Poo
peits unamdel asd I ft or t
aim shall be to ak m i Niara s
unlted family sad My f aly pr~ar
Ls poase wtb bhwoe. js se aid b
efty sadl t mOalnatenese of frieedy
reotmam with forweim emalone and pe
IlSmlarly with Cetrail America."
Pvlbeul the adtalstrsato ef the
Ml. aiase. wre bred by the aw
UsNy aeempansed by the rtaiglg Of
beem bef l. Later ogrpe of me
paraded the dtree". erylag "mah to
Savye" "Viva Mradf* Tha'e w
so te6rferwee by tbe peM"p. Preo
det Maidm later rm s a dereem a
sown"lag peomt"as 4 7'"d Ith
flems of the mates of the peas
ImAstasr T i waee reted with ie

WMIw Ibe atAmpted to speak,
but he uwo eWtd dows sad 4deIet
aft Ilae t s bhad been made
' ias the esi b odersoretle
db DuwmbeL the Ammeims eMes
ah w usm as etpe uv asO
a 5a-n Y ..h. 0ee a .



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ro 'mient-C--e n ,"dBsin e.ss. ... I- AT Here Tonight
Prominent Citizen and0 Bu8n1s. f (Tbh Idolof the South) Miss Mabel
of Gainesville PropOes to Build P bge aid iher capable company open
Following the Holidays. beW .. .ntd! l In mdramds Tcode, tu's
,o7 r/! wu w.. ge1..lt pOml4rdama success, Sweat
Sth- e II Movie i ..r." M PalPage willJe s to
GOalneavllel is joon to have a large ,-. ...t. l le 4atag la "i wea t Clov-
apartmnt house, consisting of not e" in the sacter of Lots Holoombe.
S t" s four data, of from ve to *t.*.. .. day ht, De. 4thk they pro-
rtht esich, provided certlu n W0 (s h4 hd e I f u t souther n comedyr-
piau pow maturing come to an eud -'dram Th Belle of Richond..'
I' M ~ uy. 5l ifnPi'Ii~ V ual =As matinee, Decabe "25th.
e#O dnoo time this city has needed I jl O prejaet theg reat comedy melb.
more ouses for the purpose of rent- i i d f M-Me-i *r 2C -M-Oouldn't Marry Thre."
Mla, sad one of the leading business i C-.,i.m. iight. Dec. -th, they,
S en Qf the city who "ali his ever present th ip-roarin farce comedy,
ktoerest located here. state to Thie "A Cray Idea." This play la for
MuA reporter Tuesday that he would m ri agt.. .5u $5 laughing purposes only.
erect such a structure followans the Willam Ly*h Roberts.
b*OU&a K"I-*1^W^ <-l!*[ Wlliam Lynch Roberts.
"e stated, that while he desired that R Tit l M .1..1 A rare Ireat is in tore for the real.
h naime not be mentioned in cone g--gg t l. .71 ts of this city, and' everyone who
Swifh the matter, he *had about i ases this treat are really at fault.
'1 l milated all of the arrangements / On the evening of Dee. 27th, at the
gad that it would undoubtedly be aIrd Opera House Mr. William Lynch
Sby him followlag the Christmas l Roberts, ,the "Witty American Trav-
bilbdays h l teCie_ tler," will give his famous "Toure-
The struntre has been a great i IU Loe." It will be an evening's en-
aed of the city, sand about the only r l-lbiy te rtainment that will long be reme-
Atter that has stood in the wayb .. .bered by those who attend, and long
f the poeed movement was the A A T *- i regretted by those who do not attend.
Smatter of location, but an option has B M .L J It is not a lecture, but on that even-
pow been secured upon two or more Ing Mr. Roberts will take you all on
sites and one or the other will very The Store of Qwalit a tour of the great city of New York,
k itely be u wspd*. t e will explain in his own breesy way all
+ ,This structure will cost, so the ( D C iuV lirflhn the many points of interest, and will
p.rty states. not le a than $12,000, SIU UBSUlI WOIDL as he .proceeds unfold to %you by
and will contain a separate flat of means of a series of motion pictures
A lVe and probably six for each apart- COST $5,000,000 A EAR and still views and other interesting
'mwet, making in all four large and scenes the route he has taken you and
omnodious flat, completed with all show you by this means Just what he
al the modern improvements. (Continued from Page One.) has told you about in his $alk. Every
Just at this season it is difficult view shown was taken by Mr. Roberts
for parties coming here to rent places This. measure permits American regls- ithe spot, are perfect ,o every de-
Swhich to live, and there is try to foreign built ships intended for tal, and sure to arouse no end of in
SMaroedy a day passes but what a the forellgn ttde, providing they are terest. 'He will takeeou Into places
number of 'Inquiries are had for owned and offered by Americans, or no t ourlst would ever find and paow
budby corporations in which Americans Yousightw and scenes that are both
ww* -....---hold not less than 60 per cent of the you slghts and scene thatare both
HOLIDAY TRADE HEAVY. stock. e p Interesting and amuslih. Do not tall
HOLIDAY TRAD HEAVY. stock. / to hear him
S"BEngland leads In shipping because to bear him.
S aineovile fMerchants Are Reaping she can buy her ships, her supplies
Harvest of Business. and her labor in the cheapest market," A Hearty Apietite
ach succeeding day brings a larg- rsy the opponents of a subsidy. Is what most babies have, but Is of
or irea in the holiday business "Americans must be allowed to do no benefit to them If they have worms.
for th ne mrchnts of Glidaynevlle, whoss the same. If a ship costs $o800,000 Be sure your baby is not troubled
have purchased extensively in order here and only $500,000 abroad, we with them. Sure symptoms-always
to be able to handle the wants of must buy abroad. That is a sound hungry, rings under the eyes, not
to be able to handleout this section business principle." gaining in weight and yellow complex- -
Sope few of the smaller concerns The plea that the American ship-. on. A few doses of White's Cream
repor a lin ff n trade, but building industry would suffer by al- Vermifuge will expel all worms. It
SpnortAable fact that the firms that iowinf American registry of ships inis a positive cure .nd reliable. Price
h have been doing the advertlsing and the foreign trade and built or pur- 25 cents per bottle. 8o)d by W. M.
the ones who have the stocks neatly chased in foreiln countries is not Johnson. _---
Sdisplayed are reaping the business. Justified, because there are no forein- MAKES LARGE DEAL.
With this class of merchants they goig v now built in American
report that their trade has nearly shipyards. The result of the lw for. Tax Assessor Celson Buys a Number
doubled that of last season, and The blddin American registry to foretn- e Ba.e of Cetten.
aun Is pleased to note that such a built l.is is that A n ians who Tax Assessor Colson has run across
la number of out-of-town people have purchased hundreds of fe ships a big sale in the transfer of om
are coming here tor the purpose of abroad are sailing them under iiu. i e300 bne of e Island,
Sd their trading. rmn and Norweglan fla would tton which he has picke up at
o their trad Kustermn bill become a la. t which places g the pas t few
[ .xenR NEAT SUM. 500 such ships could immediately be katou place during the put few
D N iven Aerian registry and the t His latest sale of note was some
to fy the Amerlian lag, which would
deas Surkhim Will Make Full Report make them bet to the call of the balee whleh wer purchased from
Withia Pew Day. Government in the event we should part.e near Port White, and he is
Miss ida Buihlm. who was one oft en e in war and need vsels upon now on a deal lor nearly 500 bales
Sthe prime moves la the recent la- a mo went's notie for the hauling of at a price around 2T cents.
strl performance for the bene tl or u. troops or supplies s.-
Uie poor of the city, stated to The Since pIatriot sm has been made an Her Heet Was Broken
Sun reporter yesterday that the af- asse, the question for the legislator Because her Ceomplexion was bad
i fair was a success in every way. to decide takes this form: and she could Bad nothing to clear
She desires to return thanks to Which is the most patrioticte, to place it p. Ladlee-a bad complexion is
each and all of the young men who eight ships at the disposal of the navy. used by an nlactive Uliver. An nact.
, kindly tendered their assistance for at a ost of Vi,000.000 annually to the ye liver will be put in perfect condi-
the performance, and also to the pub. people, and at a time wh the Go- Uion by taking Ballard'a Herbine. The
' lie who re|mnded to th e cause so eriment treasury is facing an annual unequalled liver regulator. Sold by
, liberally. netting amWtthing Itke ltoo defect of over ST,,.'t.oo-0--or to placet V. v l. Johu f or the poor of the city. and to state 500 shil at th,, dihpoeal of th,, nave
That she wslahe them, one and all. without forcing an additional Ipenny of Notice of Stekholder.' Meeting.
Sa merry and happy Christmas. taxation uiuon the i'ple'e? Notite It hereby given that a stnck.

....----.-- -- h.lr:.-' nem ttl of Tnhe ol TTunv Cigar
SThe Coreet Time TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY C'' n'',) t'll be held nt the tIlce
To stop A. cough or cold l% Just A Take L.AXATIV' IIROMO Quintti. f the et". tIon at Wahlo. Florida.
a0os as It .starts--then there will bt Tabk.ti. 1Lrusittf rvtUd moue )t -. ot'lHk An '. December 31. 19',. for
S 0 danger of pn'uaumoila ior coansunp it fails to cure. i W. Grove's t la th purjl'e tf considering a proIwited
tia. Just a few does of Itallard's ture is on each bO. Ilc. r .td, a uvt tto the charter.
iorehound Syrup taken at bte start t' C. TROWI't;l;I',H.
win top the cough. If it has bees Sitb totar
Iaig 0 on for sotetAllo, the treat-. It i to yto-h toM to ter lt -I_______
met will be lur,. but tbe cure Ia than to l--no matter w t If ?ou hait.rt the Utim to exeri.4l
1,f Bold by W. M. Johnson& a want ad 'III be a good lveeU Ont rrilrtl. Ilo 's Regulots will pr-
.. .. 't- cm'tiPllal,.L They Iduci a mild.,
Car eof Thanks. T best place to bay yew r oo5 ea,. healthfni action of the bowels
We desire to etead thanks to all t at b store wlch lv tas y" 1 b without igrping. Ask )our druggist
tho, who were so ktd to t e thoeab ao ad. I! The . totr thm :dc.
|ag the Iuoes and death of our dear . .
mater. Mr, ma liHuhe. nde AVYL- k;\..' -o 1 a |
1Poauw aethsk ts. who seat Iri S
-a..aa e Qn**.nm t Cii hdld

Until discovered a way to construct the Automna~
Smokelsta D iak.e It completely dependable all o
hbeter$t f l ia gret fault-smoke.
te the Auemhl-.Smokeless Device, and It


ROil Heater
'(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
t. smoke problem was successfully

Th Perfection 011 Heater is the
o"ly heater equipped with this
SSmokeless Device
9 v w. Insures t steady, full-glowing heat
with the wick turned up as high as it will
,. go, without a shred of smoke. Reverse te
.m A .m tion, turn the wick down-there's no odor.
SThe smokeless device automatically locks
S wick beyond the proper exposure. That
isf hBe secret. This splendid result gives
.J -- leadership to the Perfection.
You may now have. all th beat you want-when you want it-and
where you wa 4h rwI ft, s a.aWnce of smoke or odor.
Brass font hold 4' artol oIL which permits a glowing heat for 9 hours,
Brass wick tube-da ttop- handle. Cleaned in a minute.
The Perfectol i t1fW hed in Nickel or Japan.
a I O t lW *'W PN1tA'Yidu, Write for Descriptive Circular
if;' ,.:,.,- ..r.. .IAi 1010 6 NBa st..A Weuecyof the


We Can Cive
,, MORE QUALITY for the money
\thas say other plumbing concern is
Sthe city. Everybody iv looking for all
they eam je for their money, and we
#we them what they are looking for.
The "Beet" Is "Economy" is the lost
Srus. Our Motto: "Not How 'Cheap.'
S Bu Hew 'Good.'" Cheap plumbist
' meas heavy doctors' bills and repair

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Jackeouville, Florida.

ROateN. 1.C per day and up. Haths.
keller san Caft In eennection.
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I. Number of Stude4nt "y '1e-
bred to Their "Hemnt~ W ~d'
Christmas With Relatives.

Ire University of Pio'la closed
the holidays on Wednesday In
hr that all that desired to do so
N reach their homes 4n time for
Christmas festivities.
t1 is usually the case, a large per-
lage desire to spend the time with
r kome folk and (he adjourtment
HIt iD advance that all may reach
g in time. While a large number
t gone, there is still a sumeclent
Oier left at the University to make
I plean-a.t and those who Will re-
is tiae arranged for a general
d tini, a:ong themselves.
High School Closes,
Me ;aiii-,-,ville Graded and High
iotl ,1il d for the holidays yes.
iay ~ornitlig and a number of the
rters )t'v g ne to their homes pre-

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If You Are Contemplating Purohas of
Furniture You Will Do a Good
Turn in Buying Now.

Under special arrangements made
with Dr. T. F. Thomas. manager for
the Gainesville Furniture Company.
the ladies of the Cemetery Associa-
tion will have charge of this mam-
moth stock and place today.
The ladies who are thus engaged in
the work of caring for the cemetery
and grounds have a hard field of la-
bor ahead of them at each year to
meet the current expenses, but in ad-
dition to this they are ever on the
alert to Inmprove the roadway and
premises, with the result that they
are generally successful. lut thI
time they COute to tile citizelni iI
another manner, and instead of ask.
lug the'm for lubscriptiotn:. they aHk
your furniture business for one day.
On all of the sales made at the
above store for today they art- to
receive 20 per cent, which, under tie.
lre viat conditions, should reach quite,
A nie, item.
They do not ask that 'ou n:tkte cx
tra: Iirchanes, but in <(sIe that you
:r( needing anything in this llin. elth
,r for the honie or for ('ihritnmai
jprete.ts. miiak, the i r lirhase. while
this Ia.ti i os n, whi ch lh. ts for to
day only.
They halte h h lrd work tarled ani
extra fuml for the luilldlig of a hard
surfaced road lading thr(;uiigh thlie, iew
c('lietery amnd the' pri ed Is flie) gt-L
out of today'Hs sales will beh applied to
this fund, and you will not only ge-t
what you wa Lt at the "meI- irhr'e, but
you will as lt in ia i ornli* (cai )e by
making your purr ha .ve, in this lihe to
in the forenoon v.nu *,' !! h"'vve b-
sides the usual nurib. r f t, i!. i,
clerks, Medawei F I> v.inwr
and J. W McColluini to as iplnt >.i i1
sele tions., aile fi-. dame Ii If V'
'Creary and W 1. 11111 v. 1, I' 1, i
readine.-s- to attein I' to ir % 1.t. 1 .
the afternoon.
paratory for 0tl,-ii nhli I'lkl irip 1I('
the S .nte t' l.. r." A' u, aot,.tit, at
ITtere art al In t a .. ''t
hildr, n atte-nding t h oi,: P h,-4,l w hi
bave gOe off t for i, h;:' O
l Appropriate' r *l.s. i re" ", 't

In Honor of Mis- McCreary of Gaine.
vlle and Mis Ophelia Gray.
Yesterday evening Miss Leta Camp
gave a delightful dinner party at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. N. Camp.
The dining-room of this beautiful
home was very lovely In its appoint-
ments for the dinner. The table had
as a center-piece a bowl of exquisite
pink roses, and the place cards for
the young ladles were boqueta of
long-stemmed roees tied with white
A six-course dinner was bountifully
served, and Covers were laid for
twelve. Seated at the table were
Misses Sallie and Leta Camp. Miss
Irene MeCreary of Gainetville. Miss
Ophelia Gray of St. Petersburg. Miss
Lucile Standley, Miss Alta Pearson,
and Messra. Dick Dodge. I.. M. Down
aldson, James Taylor. Jiti Itents,i Pe-
ter Mclntosh and Troy Hall.
After dinner the young people at.
tended an Informal dance at Tonge's
Hall. and the entire *veiilng was a
very enjoyable1 one. Ocala Blanner.
In Chew Cried, Uo ITs Wewwe.i
'hli word of Ite hr been in every.-
on 4 r .auth, ntld inns.y ule W rolit'rinf
i ) i word siUgntlil, tiu/ lt i t.0o on'
-.' i. t wer. n fod ind wit) %i.l ulay tlh;l
1's i ; -III :RPIC'iDE: lo' '.. worl.
i,,r the information *c, thnol.inds! o,
Swho like to know ,ii e1 ut a rro 'li
v.. would :,n tl It 11 itPIf'IDTI
I troyer 4.r kl *v 1! "l'r; 0 :."
S ", .' :i t', f., .:y n :- of i.
I,' 1,r; y r. .% rt'. tr-
*Irt.'f r *. :t I h Tr tI b
14 th l. l ...' l t'i t NE 'V..ILO''l 1 i 't"I
'llie pro.niptly d-tl r' ).: i vfter h: ch th,
hair grows. mt by lv altag'n tdiur int-4.
seaid 11e. In lestnu e for ampi tu The
Heralcid Co00., l)trltt. MIl h.
J. S. Bodiurd &Co.. ktleial AAgegt

the- auditor. mni 3tE r'i13Y a1
well attentle-d loi thin- ;~fl~The MAGNET CASH 810lK
the gartieipanfli W quilte.d he-n. tcl..
In a mohi (rer-udoa~'l, trisa-.er ISeantaclaus'
The ochol il] 4-twa ~tHeadquarters
.ssnd the 114611 Fbce V) West v,.s'
Thoneu ti.' in. !the-q~iI.-ii ,11Chriftom" ,ae .i. ~~SA,1$0011111ame
eatCh Cold. 90e' it ,miat!l. tht will now oand prtc~e right.
PromptlAy sad fre-ti) Lu! xv40'mtit%1 We hae" the meet covPe ele"aIet.
the bow Pls. I n t ba wa v(t heet.old %111 w~etseof 0016s, Teyo. Goed BeeegMfe
at otc be drite-n out of the systpumt 5tp little felka. hloveities of Soo dw
lKenmey's LAtall'.' C-tigh 8ruI M?#crt11060WFfr4 chi" ansd Giwsvu.
mwvs sthe boveit spreruu'W ly &A4dfree-l).'Cll1s04 Ptake ye.'"1009110" "toy
ya momY. &ad at the samp UtImbeals *11 Ol so*iiIs empew w N
11"ft"Jm &04 and s toletbc-ough I 11 be w10pi
emsoiny i7 Pd Cut chAidres m .s --we i
bi &1l dnsslsU !vSwea" ON Fye moo"s So
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Our EIowth Sw.Annual Mad&7bToOver
Suit Sae will Mart

Tuesday, December 14th, 1909
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Cost Ond Pits, $ I0. Vat $IJS Extra
Coat aAd Pwts, $1900. Vat $3.0 Extra

SEN TO-DAY M AfL(1ffi4

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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo.
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Returning, arrive Oainesville .................

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for ftampson
Vaidotmus and,

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a t tae Pot Offle at GAInepvlO.
S a., s eoond-class mal matter. *

IL L. MeC ARY..Btor and Publsher
L. L. SERCHANT.....BusinessaManager
M. FPMWiTT..BuDtp Compoingi Room&
Office in Haymans Block.
u s W. Main street, 8. Telephone. e 1
The Oailly Dug, publi*ed every morn-
O except IMonday, delivered by' carrier
in the city, or malled 'to any p t of the
uisted Si tes. poata free, for Is a year;
U .M di months; (1.326 tbreemonthp; or
S east M for Ave wee-ksetrlctly In ad-

M0e0ig notion In local enlumn 10 mote
S t0 for first nserton, and 6 cents for
aesh additional lsertlon.
*" I 5 for d*iplay advertising made
e tows on application. i
S The Twitoea-Wooeek un is an elfht pags,
Srt oleumn paper, published every Mon.-
4y sad Thursday, and contains all the
aei.d0tf the week, loa.. State and pSn-
dl, and will be mailed, postage free, to
u p lt otf t United states, for $1.00
S'a year--In advanoe..
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All advertising bills become due after
Wat appearance of advrtlsment, unloe
aTrwiss stipulated In contract Parties
et kapwn to us will be Tequlred to pay
O advertising In advance. Addreu,
Gainesville, Florida.'


The Sun cannot guarantee the In.
W .Iertlpd.pf dvertisementa in the Sun-
l',ay Issue unleo ,he cpy Is handed
Sn early Friday morning. This also
applies to changes *In advertisements
Already running in the paper.'

Whatever may happen, "Uncle Joe"
Oannon will hold thU world's "stand-
pat" record.
There doesn't seem to be any avail-
able material for Chinese ministers
outside of Chicago.

still, It's pleasant to4 have a Preal.
dental message that doesn't Jar you.
Don't you think so?

It won't hurt Minister Calhoun to
refrain from talking. A quiet man can
do a heap of thinking.

Apparently Mr. Knox has not yet
found anybody whom Japan will ac-
. sept as Milister to China.

President Tatt's ipea for an Ameri-
can Red Cross endowment fund should
and probably will be heeded.

The "Sugar Trust" has been main-
taining a oeet of "revenue cutters"
that Uncle Sam nnever Intended.

"What is a Republica~?" has got
"What Is a Democrat?" playing one-
might stands without any limelight.

Mr. Rockefeller has refused-a guard.
And Mr. Rockefeller probably needs
a guard more than the President does.

Robin Hood, who boasted that he
robbed only the very rich, would have
a good deal harder job of It nowadays
than he did back In ye olden times.

It Is astonishing how readily on any
pretext the prices of commodities go
up and how slowly they go down.
They go up by telegraph, but they
go down with the slowness of an old
time canal boat.

What a merciful dispensation it Is
that the Pcratill of tlihe Astor. Gould.
Vanderbllt and other fumillhs are not
publicly alred all at once. The moral
odor would be Itoo stroiKg for e%'n a
Iong sufferingR putbl'.

If In making Nef Year r. -o'tiohu
we would blx cur'fu, I to mlud' our
dividual fault i n ad lin ittionst., lt'lt
make auch r,'solhtlo(ns as would t'ad
to correct themll. there would ho' li's
failure in keepilung them.

"Chani' Clark l|ropAes to have all
As J nou D)luecrats walk the plank."
% -w Thie ttslmii ir biatcIh Pri

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United States ... 31,918,000
British India .., .4900.000o
Ngypt (British).. 2,000,000
Russia (AsIa)... 2,000,000
All others ....... 5,000,000

' Total ......... 59,918,000
Against these figures of


IT., 83,090.

for the current year, t4 best check
In thbV form of consumption require-
ments Is to be found in the average
of the past four yeers. The mills of
the world consumed 1,.239,000 bales,
as a yearly average, from 1903-4 t.
1907.8 Inclusive. If the current spin-
ning year takes as much cotton as
the average yea. before the preced-
ing one, there will still be left 1,699000
bales. The spinning year of 1907-08
took 983,898 bales less than the pre-
ceding year.
While there has been much im-

provement In mill con
there are Indications
facturing side of the

3sumption since,
that the manu-
situation Is not

likely to, be overdone to the extent
of having to shut down for want of
raw cotton. The curtailment pokNy
seeks to spread over the entire year
the apparent available supply. Any
further advance in raw cotton values
is likely to reduce still ftuther tile run.
ning time of mills. Thus. almost auto-
matically, consumption adjusts itself
to production far in advance of actual

The parliamentary struggle in Ehg.
land Is naturally watched with deep
Interest In this country, because the
principle at stake is the same that
led to the revolt of the thirteen colo-
nie. from Great Britain-the principle
of no taxatiou without representation.
The lords, which represent no one.
want to dictate what taxes shall be
alsed and the method of raising them;
while the Commons. as the direct rep
resentatives of the people, assert that
by virtue of that position they salne
have the -tight to Impose and collect
the taxes. In such a contest the sym-
pathles of Americans are naturally
with the Commons.

Mr. Powler, who says the people
have allowed Mr. Aldrich to "pick
their pockets through the legerde-
main of words," Is In error. Mr. Al-
drich belongs to the say-nothing and
saw-wood class of practical politicians.
lie scorns rhetoric and the ."ultimate
consumer" equally,

Aldrich and Cannon are doing bust-
noes at the old stand. The balance
of Congress are merely .drawing salar-
les, and sending home undelivered
apeeche for "home consumption."

$100 Reward. $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased tu learn that there is at least
one dreaded illsease that srtence ha'-
btwn able to cure In all its stages. and
that is caltarrh. lall's Catarrh Cur
l. the tmly I,. tle curt Ii)ow known
to the inedit l fratceruity. C tarrl-
i ling a cou titutloinal dilea'. required
a C-.utituthlioal treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taknu Internally. act.
lti dioctly upxn the blood and nmu-
destroi 1ng the foundation of the dis-
eaNe.'. azd gliiag the pal ent strength

.... .........- -.......... .. by building up the constitution and
vlded. always. that th0e Hun Champ n, >Win. ntur tU doing tsl work
Jan get them on the. Tank and ke he irupt-,ri hae so much jfah
~the therelong n~hin its curutl he poers that they offer
One Hundred |liars for any case
Many men week after xpoularlit.. tat it falls to cure. Send for list of
especially if they are political aspti teatHnouialk.
raats. Ilt the true popularity s taot Addrss VF. J. CItNKY & CO
tht wvhb& a man coasetously start e Toledo. OM
alter, bit that whiek come to blIu &d d by all druggists. Tkc.
by virtue of his owa character and Take Hall's Fanly mis tu r le cofeft
gaiutles iof heart and uMlnd, patlmo
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Joseph H. Patterson. F. I'. Lorc

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sogood as ths.

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Should he its policy of, fire insurance, wlicl -
antee a much-needed potection to th' f i
Sourpart w. ,wil r
tee that our p
which areC it, !
est and mti mv '
panies, are :
best to be had.
Mlums are low. e
protection a '
more thin aititk"
write or teleph,."
Ph.ses6 6

AL M. IMR. GuvlCl

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Praotioally everybody concerned
withthhe eott n trade Is aieted with
a flxe4 vision of.soartag iber prices
It is surely time to consider the reM
verse sidof te situation. and noth-
ing will Mrve better to give balance
and perspe ive to the prBsent outlook
than to recall the facts about produc-
tion, Y$id sad Oonsumption.
Taking the latest figures available,
there are at least 40,000,000 acres
devoted to the growing of cotton by
oouatries which gatue commercally
In tet supply of that commodity. Ad-
mitUtng the adequacy of the crop esti-
mates of the Department of Agricul-
ture for the United States at 10,088,000
bales, the world's yield this year may
approximately be placed at 17,838,000
balke of 500 poundss each.
The subjolied table arranges acre-
age and yield In bales of like weight
for four of the more important cotton
Sroylag countries, and gives an eatl-
mte aggregate for all others.
Areage Yield, bales

* The iselessness of some sew*
nasts, Wr their of seme people who
Indulge In them, well-nh psMees be-
ifst. In a Western city 65 young con-
ples engage in a "Marathon" walts,
with the result that after nearly fifteen
hours of continuous dancing a number
of girls Jad to be taken to the hoe-
pitaW suffered from ruptured blood
vesss and muscular paralysis. Prob. A B UND
ably 'the health of some of the particle -ATMC PO UND.
pants Is rained for lite. The contest ST A N i DYSPEPSA,
served no good purpose and evidently CUR S RU EDE R ALL uV5
did muckhhapam. So far from giving _0 &A f ~ d~IorCu disesee caused by a TOn
whoeome enjoyment It but gratified P uBub lnamedtot da my save you a eriw
the morbid craving for sensationalism o i .i.. .
exhibited by the spectators. GET THE
W m CO.,
That a riglteous public sentiment "S 6 8e 4 Shee ST. LOUIS MO.
can make Itself felt against evils e wd by ft
when It Is sufficiently awakened Is
seen In the decision of Mayor Busse T ST
of Chicago, In response tq public de-.
muand, to prohibit the first ward ball
of that city. That function in all NT R TIN
the 'past has been notorious for its
flaunting and promotion of vice. For U
years Iti promoters impudently and
suooeAfuty defied law and order and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
public opinion. That at last they
have had to bow before the storm
of righteous Indignation ought to' en.
courage right minded people to perse- Undqr the Auspices of
Yore in their efforts to promote de- pi

Whereone lives, makes his domestic The Florida Live Stock and Agricultur
home, fears his family and follows his
allng-there Is his civic home. It ir A
1i his duty to be true to that even State Fair Association
as he is to his domestic home. He
Is in duty bound to promote its inter- One Hundred and Ten or Mole Days of High-Class !acing
ests, to cheerfully perform the duties Commencing THANKSGIVING DAy, Nov. 25th. Six
of citizenship, and to rejoice In seeing
it grow and prosper. more races each day. The best horses in the United State
will race daily. The most noted jockeys of both C(ontinent
It Is an old and true saying that will ride
"all work and no play makes Jack a will ride
dull boy." But it la also pqually-true
that all play and no work makes him
a useless boy, or worse. 'What the Over IiI00.O Give. Away in Stak and Purse
boy needs In every home and in every Over Given A y in W kes an Purs
sphere of life is a judicious blending We ask that you attend and judge' for yourself as to th
of work d reretmorality of racing, and also to see that the best people <
While it ls true that James J. Hill the country patronize the sport and that racing brings thot
is a remarbkle prophet in that he sands of people and millions of dollars to the State.
gives dates, he makes them far enough
ahead to avoid a flareback.
The St. Louis Star suggests that
the weather bureau should oe called BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
4"she"-lt chaigs. It. mind .9 often. T. V. Cashen. Pres. T T) D Brown Vice-.Pres. (Gen lr.


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.lU over the State are now
a Cross stamps. It Isl *

ad which is noW I;.
b Ocala will not adjopra un.
iddle or end of the wek.

ual town election at Labs
field in the council rooMss
y, and J. E. KIaer an
mayor. i.

Wknty ock-b ba6 M h i
pthe potofnct tztB M -lt.
hok, showing a wealthy
.the best class of citizens.

d.rgarten In ERa Jaekson-
ioted for the holidays, and
tc were given a very ileaa-
irtainment on laut I "ay

Sof tourists are said to be
daily in Orlando. Many are
bR and building there, while
just spending the winter
i sunny Florida.

turpentine still near Mar-
ng to J. N. Tiller, hasm r
destroyed by fire. Mr.
ab'se:t at the time. His
to be quite heavy.

Helen, the three-year-old
ke( Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rob-
lrcdIa, died In that city Sat-
The entire town Is In grietu
I ud affair, as the little girl
bvorite with all.

C. L Collins, superintendent
torida Anti-Saloon League,
I In the Methodist church in
m Sunday morning, and in
- churh that night. Large
ilns attended both services.
S-------- M
hmacola journal'ss Christmas
su a beauty and contained
i4~~ ps of splendid matter.
Bt of the best Christmas edl.
M has tben out yet, and its
id his as-itants deserve a
i of raises.

ine boys were playing near
at ('r.stal River on lar.
Paul larco accidentally shot'
brother in the head, fortu.
"a :'Ili wound resulting.
Ps` illmiiat ely dressed
*' r t is said to be get-

-poe colony near Eau Gal-
. ralKwing fine egg plant,
ita'-s. cucumberss, turnips,
tc. and the members are
1m1 *sith the prices that
b* n received. This ool.
Ua&blished last July and
* !.J acres of land.

rc rapidly being put Into
i Panama celebration which
i tn Tanmpa, from February
" Th wond day of the
11 t* a memorial oec.a-
h. "f th(' late Henry
Il of 6h0 oIId Plant System
Sa d ` so much to build

's '*,tlh Hampton.,
-'- *r:;, to Jackson.
', ,hat place In
" o t'ine launch.
rk and the
I n Savan-
out "imt a .

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diately for Jacksonville. Parts of the
trip have been exceedingly dangerous,
ae more than one hundred miles of
the voyage have been outside at sea.

Mahlon Brown and Rex Nicholls,
two young Ocala men, between, the
age of eighteen and twenty years, at-
tempted to cross from one point of
Lake Weir to another on Saturday
night( and when in about one hundred
yards of the shore young Brown fell
overboard and was drowned. Young
Nicholls fired twice to try and arouse
help but failed to get any. He said
he never saw his comrade again after
he fell overboard and does not know
what caused him to fall. The lake
was seined Monday morning and the
body was found. Brown still had one
of the oars clutched in his hand.


WAYNESBORO. Ga., Dec. 22.-A
pack of fox hounds owned by Sheriff
Sam Story rounded up three negrots
who escaped from the jail Monday
afternoon. It was a singular fact that
each one of the negroes was captur-
ed separately, the hounds trailing
them and enjoying the chase avs
much as if they were on the hunt.
Two negro mnen confined to a cell.
aided by one on the outside of the
cell, twisted the lock of the door and
when the Ipreparation for dinner was
made they overran the little negro
boy who went after the dishes and
made their escape. It was only a
short while before they were cap-
tured and placed in Jail.

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 Ballard's Snow
Liniment-it will drive away all
aches, pains and stiffness and leave
you as well as you ever were. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Tip to the Wayfarer.
"Well." demanded ihe stern faced
woman aw lhe leanid over the red
handled broom. "what do you want?"
"Lady." maid the wa arer with the
long beard and matted chin. "I'm sa
actor by prefeuilon and In bard luck."
"Well. what have I to do with that?"
"Why-er-I was thinking If you
eamld spare me a quarter to get a
shave and a hair eat I could get a job
In the role of Virgilus."
b eyed him disldalnfully.
"Oh."that's a poor excuse." she said.
wtbh earl of her tbin lip. "Go up to
the town without a share and a hair
ect and get a Job In the role of Rip
Van Winkle."
And before be could say another
Word alsetarted to unebair. the dog.-
Chicago News.

The Momsi
The, monti~s nmiatdiuitanee from tnhe
earth iiq 2(Ei mIt-% 4 ben It IN fit
the perigee. iaettro-vt jfpirt itt IA =`000)J
mtiles and wheaL at the unpw.'g -t,1ar-
tbest point .i,'rt't!Man wlf~IJgulee
frolim the earib 71w art a"?l elinrmeteri
Is est.1rto-dif' -17~,.1 i'flIes. r'r a little
low than ofe*e" -t, tthe "crhib'
dk~lmt.4r. '1j.'tat':, e.15Zm W
therefurr atw.#.t "U,. fo-rti tanth fthat
of thee *&ml. anr! I ?t UON IaN 'mo~
ty the- f-).-" .. -, r arnrity Is -t or17114 % seam,
at its .nrf'- ,.t! :,it Ill so, ci' 'r:#b'x
sourfacevt'i,.t sa ey i I1 1,(MAOI

Whu fr km eds. bmt. Utomibh
w' aslam trmabwesCapid in. wUl
roalve m It's iNuId -Plasant, t"
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Staie Slecti. Agtmt for School Lads
s, t of lorida
Secretary Board of Trade


The Hampton-Watson

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 Florid..

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 come. It's up to you,' St. Nickolas.
Sincerely yours,

_______. ...._______i______.....___i

A Free Diary and Wall Calendar for
Our Readers. ,
We take pleasure in announcing
that any of our readers can secure a
pocket diary for 1910 by fending four
one-cent stamps to D. Swift & Co.,
Patent lawyers. Washington. IX C.
The diary Is bound In .s. bqutiful
stiff red cover, contains M pagm. gives
the amount of corn. wheat, oats, to
bacco and cotton produced in elch
State. 20 |iagems of other valuable Ino
formation, such as business laws. pat.
ent laws, business fornim and popula-
tion of all States and cities; worth 25
For three one-ent stamps we wilL
also send a line wall cale'nder 10xll
Inches. Send seven one-cent stamps
for the diary and calendar. worth fully
40 cents.

Itching piles provoke profanity, but
profanity won't cure them. Doan's
Ointment cure. Itching, bleedlag or
protruding piles after years of uftr.
lag. At any drug store.

10 JusIt rexactly the' wort'l ,f the
rd.% estate under C~~r4?F
A atauhly (ItII#-would fmake 1! ajvej,
11-4 an atntrae' t wmlci jvUIIept, Me I~
fa lo'n the* title'.
Anabstract mad,&by so%. :v *'tbe'sh
1,o-ionaxainst turing ix.' of
1doujtpt!tui tit..



Near Osrvseet S.el dineg.


Brad. _Cake-, Ples

Waa delivifitwies dimlyL
roar order U bwainsNW*.re

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Phone us at 340 and let us call andl'
get your Clothes to Clean and Press
preparatory for this great event. With
your Clothes clean and pressed our
way you will be In much better
shape to enjoy your Xmas than other
wtli. Our delivery Is the best.


119 L Liberty St.

Phone 340.



i .." Yon ean make. no mlmtalsk' if yn'i "lit
|LsT US MAK VOU rt' l.e ,f hs nun-,l.iing fr.mo
LET US MAKE YOUR thi store for your holiday (lift Ther
amr. hnnel rn lof articlim lon that will
AS CA prove nunta reptabi wril as appro-
XMAS priate gifts, and wll i. satlnf am wll
A at ofl to toho e elving o s Um.
Give i your order new o you willI

not be dlappolnted. You will be
p1Meaed with your sake if you pt it
frtm I. We a*I make fresh t Brtad,
Cakes and PIM, which we will deliver
to your home. daily if vo* will '0phne
No. 18.
R. T. Sehafor, PIro.


8rafted Pecan Trees

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alftsms efWotkPrma"
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work a teelrany.

bp au i m mquqra to. -h3

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. Hiand.ofSl.r Qty N.C.
"Last Februaryr had the Grippe, which left me In
bad shape. Before that, I had been botheted with female
trouble, for ten years, and nothing seemed to c re it
"At last, I began to take Cardul, I have taken only
three bottles, but It has done me more good than all the
'doctors or than any other medicine I er took"


The Woman ,S'TIn J? ,
For the after-effects of banye;,4 illness, like toe
Grip Cardul IS the best tonic you can us,
It builds strength, steadies the nerves, Improves the
appetite, regulates irregularities and helps bring back the
natural glow of health.
Cardui s your best friend, if you only knew it
Think of the thousands of ladies whom Cardul has
helped What could possibly prevent it from helping you?
Remember you cannot get the benefit of the Cardul
Ingredients In any 9ther medicine for they are not for sale
In any drug store except in the Cardul.bottle. Try Cardul.
Wrf oe: Ladies' Adviotry Dept. Chtatmooo Mledicie Cs, Cistaooga. Tesn..
ior bdstla iicumUs, wAn 6-ps book, "HouTrheaweseatIWoatV" erst kin.,


Joseph and Thomas I4nk of Windsor
were vtp heMre yesterday. *
Joseph Holder, one of the farmers
of te Alaobua section, was a visitor
to the city yesterday.
Miss Mary Bell, an attractive young
lady of Waldo, was among the mania
shoppers visiting the city yesterday,
A. W. Boring, the popular Seaboard
conductor with headquarters at Wal-
do, was a visitor to the city yester-
MisM Lucile Colclough has returned
to her home after a pleasant visit of
several days with friends in Jackson-

D)r. Lucln MMontgomery and C. E,
M'lton, two of the prominent citl.


Because we have the


Because the prices

are right-

Because the Qality
is there-

Are a few of the

reasons why you should

from us.



wish a

nice Diamond Ring,

Cuff Links, Stick Pin,

Locket, Charm,

Ladies' Brooch,

have them, and

please you.
Ftoll-"iug is the vote la pt
ttit wa cMintM i l)hwouiinls'r r'i
(;ainetlille Itrl> Scho Mi ai Murrhon itarker. City.
M|is! Vida llarro., Ilhll .
Iall' Cha l il . .. ..
North tltai illhe' I al .....
Miss Mttali Jennulngxa. Rt'hell
M l it esie Waits. Hiawthort
Mtai Anale Price. Wade....
Miss Eva Powell, Ataehua .
MIss Vsa L Rives. HigU 8pg


ses nif Ilicanpyr, were visitors helAp
yestear. ,
iMr. aamae 9, Wolfe of Albkay, da4*
is In the city for a short visit with
her friend, Miss Ida Burkhlm,Z East
Main street.
Mrs. T. 8. McManus and daughter,
Miss Evelyn, of Waldo, were in the
city yesterday for the purpose of do-
ing their holiday shopping.
'Note the change In advertisement
of the First National Bank. They
'wish a Merry Clrlstmas to all,
whether customers or not.
Rev. William Malphurs was In the
city from Starke yesterday. He was
en route to LaCrosse, where he will
spend a short while with relatives.
Miss Stellu Tison of Earleton was
in the city for a short while yester-
day en route to Alachua. where she
will spend the holidays with relatives
and friends.
Mrs. N. Wells and little non, Olin,
left yesterday for flay Biscayne,
where they expect to spend the next
several days as tuestu of the former's
brother, J. tR. Pardue,
Win. Adams of Windsor wan among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
This was his first trip for several
weeks and his numerous friends here
were glad to again greet him.
K. S. Maddock left yesterday for an
extended visit to Cincinnati, where
Ihe will spend the ('hrlstmas holidays
with relatives. Hl. expects to visit
other points before his return.
MlIs Lena Ilalrd, who is teaching
In the high school at Sanford. arrived
in the ('ity yesterday to spend the
holidays with her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Italrd. East Galuesville.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions
scrofula. pimples, rashes, etc.. are due
u impure blood. lBurdock Blood Bit-
ters is a cleansing blood tonic. Makes
'uu clear-eyed, clear-brained, clear-
.1. Ira Gore, the clever representa-
I,- of The Timues-U'nion,. as In'the
'ify yesterday and made a pleasant
intd ngrt-'able call at this office. Mr.
tlore reiortod the lehg slathtiv iproceed-
lugs fur the T.-'. during the last
-easieon and gave an excellent serv-

The (. W. Ilyde Company have an
nmnouncenient In today's Sun to the
-ff -t that their large store will be
i, ..1I all during Saturday. Dec.
-:th. :, t,: ir ihl th, Ir clerks mna)

cjiloy the holiday. and advise that
or a you take advantage of the cut In
I irics in their stock of Chrltmntas
g w '>*is at once.
can The sYymptom of kidney trouble are
1urinarY dlo.rloers. weak back and
'!,tk ac'e rheun'atism anul rheumatic
imins and twingKri. pains in the groin,
ano conet. There Is nothing as good for
ta. kilduy and bladder trouble as De-
4::,t74 Witt's Kidn'ey and ladder Pills. You
* i.,'.-7 1ay dep-nd upon thin to gtve entire
.. S.,T matlfactlon. They are antIsepticr. act
.93.070 proimptly and soothe pain. Sold by
. O14.0 all druggists.
e .64.4SO0 W M I.ullard. the clever agent
a .41.431 of the Seaboard Air Jne. has return.
...31.133 ed front Richmond. Va. where he
.. 1.192 was called several days since on ac-
M. 1.471 count of the lllneM of his brother.
N. P Itullard. The laUttr aecompa
TI RI 4 Agnt tMullar oa his retai, and
will spend odme !' V.e 0he*" *'I te

W. H.
city for

Morris of Sanford Is I the
the purpose or spending the
with his brother, Geo. P.

beore returning home. Mr. Cheves
i the' popular aIsldtat of Clerk
WisnS' and as he seldom gets a vTA
eatlmo, he anticipates a fine trip.
Mrs, J.. R. Pardue, formerly Miss
X11 Wells, left yesterday for Bay
WBla "' 'to join her husband, who
has a firm in that section.' She was
only recently married, having been
united In Jacksonville on her return
trip from Virginia, where she spent
the past summer, and was met InI
Jackuonville by Mr. Pardue, when the
happy event was solemnized, she com-
Ing on here for a visit before going
to her southern home.

Why He Gave Nothing.
"I've encountered many an excuse
for 'sidestepping' the collection basket
In church," remarked a Jersey com-
muter. "but the prize excuse came to
me last Sunday out In our town. Next
7to me in church sat an acquaintance
who had taken out a dollar bill. but
when he saw the collector was a sub-
stitute for the regular brother be put
the money back In his pocket. I taxed
him witb It good naturedly on the
way out, and be was very frank.
"'You needn't publish, t.' said he.
'but I know that man pretty well.
Now. I happen to owe him $5, and
be's danning we unneceusarly for It.
I know him so well that I know it 1
put that dollar bill in the tanket he'd
fnd a way so abstract It and pocket It
Spart of what I owe him. And he'd
really feel bhe wasa Justfled too. That's
the way be's built, don't you see.' "-
New Tork Globe.
Rebuking a OrGephorn.
A whist expqrt discop!d at a dinner
those orerconttdent and foolish per-
sons who think- they can learn whist
In a year or two.
"B ch persons should "be' caed to
order." the expert'said sternly, "I for
one am always gifd to see them called
to order. A young greenhorn stood
behind my partner during a game one
night. At the end of the hand the
green horn sild:
"'Why didn't you lead hearts?
That's what I'd li;iav'done.*
"My partner si:illed inud answered:
*Ab. but :,.u. my young friend,
have Ibe worhl before you and none
but yourself) to consider. You hare no
wife and family. deinmudu't on you for
bread. and If you lose heavily no one
suffer but yourself. With me it isf
different: bence I led spades.' "
A Dreaded Contingency.
A young girl of fourtteen was taking
a trip on lake Michigan in a small
steamer. Thie lake was somewhat
rough, and many were sea lck. The
girl sat lu the bow and was unusually
quiet for bcr. "Are you feeling sick.
daughter?" Inquired her father. "No;
I don't think I ami sick. but I should
hate to yawn."-L.fe.
Blocking Him.
"Say. old man." Degun Borroughs.
"lend ine your ear for awhile. will
"My friend." replied Wise. shrewdly
suspecting a touch. "I'd gladly lend
you buthl of them: then I wouldn't be
able to bear you ask me to lend you
anything else."-('ntholle standard and
She (pretty. but sedatel-I admire a
maBn who h'hld~ f'1,t to his Ideal.
lie 1a tiluinyl- lut-but you won't let
me,. -Itistou Herald.
For Peverishness and Aching
Whether from Malartous conditions,
colds or ovemating. try Hicks' Capu.
dine. It reduces the fever and re-
lieves the aeling. It's liquid-10. 25
and 60 cents at drug stores.

You may And What you are looking
for tbrourb a want ad. In Thse. RI



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om levnlle. Pste4 .

m~vrn-Uof Goo,


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it wor&h KO"d kePethe -stomach at par v1
byhonu i.~ig goo da~~onKodol cures Dysjpep

Kodol lasuree go4 edition by
iaQ lately duplicating Nature's
normal process, In perfectly digest-
ing all food taken Into the stom-
*While KodOl s doi this, the
stomach ls resting-and becoming
strong and healthy. A strong and
healthy stomach guarantees a
mound and active brain.
The man with a sound stomach
--a stomach' that is doing for -the
body just what Nature intended
It to do-Is the man who is always
prepared for any emergency. He
"there with the goods."
The man with a sick stomach, is
a man sick all over. When the
stomach i Irritated by undigested
food, the blood huand heart are di-
rectly affected. Then dullness, un-
natural sleepinesm, sick-headaches,
vertigo and fainting spells, and
even serious brain trouble develop.
Kodol will prevent these.
Purring the stomach and brain

to special effort hv tonis',
"stimulants" doesn't cr ton
or accomplish any gw<, Nel
does dieting. Indi d.... a
serious ailments wlhii h it inda
can be averted and c'rrpetl
by natural means.
Kodol supplies th : r
means. It performs tl., ,cma
work for It-just as the st
should perform it-whil. the a
ach takes a little rt. 'for
stomach's sake."
Our Guarantee
Oo to yourdru g,.,t t,' r- ,
jar bottle. Tl 'tii 'i.,r t
entire content t '. .. t "'
honestly Say, that It :. i ,
gool, return the l.tii..t 't, "
He will rfund your lli, '
tlo ordelay. We vin t', ', ,.t
gist for the b'ttl,.. ), ,' ..',t,
This offer appl, es toi ,, *''
and to but #tUe It !i ftua I .'
tie contains ',, t'.
cent bottle. ,.e
Kodol Is prepared a' ti,, la
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Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gr.il, Gardeq Seed aqd Fertilizers
:hest market prieg paid for Chlokens, Eggs and othe- Product.

A Omplee took o Hay. Corn, Ots, Flour, Bram, keal. Cotto
Seed Mtsl amd Ry. We badle only the Very Best goode
*, L'AWet Priss, ad Sarantee atlsactiUo always.


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ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through ','i
Jacksonville to New Orieans

For full Information and sleeping car reservations ca tDC
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General Presenger Agent. Jaciounvtile. FiertoeS
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North, South East andWest

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For detailed information, rates lchel ,
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write to or call on

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S134, Florid Agrl
Experiment Statio r
E s s. Fawcett.)
has been reported
1 parts of Florida dIuinug
two years., and inquiries are
Ibing received a4 to Its
It appears to be most comW
Ie jat C'uoazt. The trouble
Lknow in Florida since 102.
a,s flrt called "ume d l-
ut it has not assumed Co6-
Simrtance until withln.the
Sor three years. The cause
is has not yet been shown.
strong evidence that It Is
disease, and that It may
s one tree to another In
o0u-The diseased parts Of
Lre t usually at a considerable
from the ground, or the
larger limbs, being rarely
i the smaller branches or
disease first makes Itself
l by the oozing out of a thin
pum, which sometime. runs
ie bark in lines, forming
This gun, comes from a
I rapture in the bark. Later
upm thickens and collects In
au nttites at the cracked
b the bark. As the disease
1 the bark cracks still more,
a scaly ulcerated appear-
ter the patches a few inches
er .nore in length. The his-
ichb.- a.:y extend entirely
tie or may be confined
id of a branch. Gum may
) Z out all ()er the affect-
t oGr the girmnitng may cease
ie and ti' old gum be wash-
s rain. This will leave only
iapp~ariince which may easily
Bken for scaly bark-a name
Ms already been applied to a


nhe Kind You Have Always Bought, and whlch haU been
In use for over 80 years, has borne the signature of
^ and has been made under his per.-
sonml supervision sinoe Its Inhncy.
Allow no one to deceive yo In this.
All Counterfeits, Imitation, and 'Jnst-as-good" are but
igDmeats that trifle with and.endanger the hlJth of
to andChilden-Experience against xperiment.

What is'
istora Is a harmlMes s
gorie, Drops and Soothi
contains neither Opium,
sabstanee. Its age is Its
and allays Feverishness.
oll. It relieves Teethli
and Flatulency. It assmi
Stomach and Bowels, gih
The Children's Panacea-


The Knd You H
In Use For

--gstuau'-" g s .i'

trouble,.. found mostly on the BUjINR'JI 4 CARDO"
lst. In carts where the gum-
SB t toro eve-re. new bark Is DR. SARAH M. DAVIS
Imndir theli id; and the sur- OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
krl' rnuarked by ridges,
nd r-inous-looking deposits. Galneville, Florida.
+ from thi hardetking of the Office 201 E. Main St., North. Teic
exudation-. In severe cases phone 125. Office hours 9 to 12, 2 to f
It dips to the wood, and the and by appointment. Graduate o
ena.s in'ward. often destroying American School of Osteopathy under
l' the entire tree. founder of system, Kirksvllle, Mo.
trn KFroin acaly Hark and T
-k*nin.roji differs fror scaly DR. J. D. L. TENCH,*
I tL. l i > olints. Gum- DENTIST,
,. *f ,'t all the tree from Gaiuville, Florida.
PAk I r. ..i iet twigs asvie, For
J ,ak:nr (l,,,s it spot the )ice--Hloun, 1 and 2. Grahavr
Ik d. T,, l'ear as round building. Office hours: 8 to 12 a. M.
1 "-n! rust' spots, red- 1 t, 5 p. m.
My ,. lr;,anches and dark
'!* !rnt as does scaly C. *GMIXSON,
n ... ) r, nts a scaly
r.i t i.n the trunk and DENTIST.
li .1ut identical with
ir ks the marks of Ojce Over Dutton Bank. Phone 281
;'I' :id fruit, and usually GainesvlUe, la.
t,* distinguished ro ). DsVE R B. MOBBI0 ,
f tJ i "ll]itg characters.
r ,.r occurs-at tMe ...D TIT.-.-
i ro zIor dow oogum -e
tB, h e',1tir i. as In footrot0
P 06W ova 002' Tl Oslale eammalm
tol ,""ally have the sour Phas o.
i th a(rtimlpanles footrot. _____
t'' ols ~may be suc-
1 in most cases by D'* J. H. ALDERMAN.
I t .' t,-r diseased bark.
T' laes over with D Z B T I8 t
S''"*''n In preparing
rthoerbolinenmI. M* ev m Dat & OWls
ta n t so scrape off Pho SA U M
i t rk If there are
.* should be JC. ADKINS
r 'h liarp knife
s twen used Attorney-at-Law.
'lit injury. If
n the edges Porter Block,
S, It year, Gainesville -- - Fklrida

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Fine Mahogany Piano

ANI LB $100 CERTIriCI *t


Cash Vale $1.275.00

iustitute fee 0aftor bil Par'.*
ng Syrups. It I Pleasatk it
Morphine nor other Narcotic
guaranteed. It destroy Wom;s L B SI 1
It cures Diarrhea and Wind
ng Troubles, cures O astlpation o C M f
millates the FooI regulates the W il
ring healthy and natural sleep.:
-The M1other's Frlead.


S SHaving arranged this business with
one of the best Piano Manufacturers
In this country to supply us with the
following Piano, Style 17. guaranteed
ten years:
Case Is double veneered Inside and
out, Inside with beautiful white ma-
ple, well finished; outside with beauty.
ful mahogany. Seml-colonlal In style,
\ Vf . with pllaters and trusses to match
Over 30 Years. Its appearance. ull empire top with
', v*a**sw g V--. s M ', drop molding.
Checks and toe blocks built up of
many tbhicknesses to Insure absolute
stability in wear. Case is equipped
with ronmpounded key bottom to Ine
S Sure stability and uniformity of touch.
Alack is made of quarter sawed rock
Aired u Richardson maide, conlsitlig of six posts.
GNRAL The sounding board Is of L'slifornial
GENER L spruce, crs rib of the same m
terlal. runnIng at right angles of
e CONTRACTOR oundin, board from corner to corner
C ONof the entIre width of the sounding
_board area.
D Troele and base bridges laminated
street* and built up of many thicknesso'P ofr
the choicest quarter sawed nmapl.
Cement Sidewalks pin block lamlnalt,, and built up of
All Kinds of five different layers of wood, nantulilt
absolute stablitly of InstrumneiIt t
Cement Work stand In tome'. Imported nerman tire
Cement Floors Ing lpins and strings, double rrpcntliti
woto flangi action, spl.-ndidly rn'tg.
and Drives lated. and 13 pound hammers of hilhe
Tiling Laying and thol i.,t mIaterial; white mass strlnr-
Ivory keyo of a spIlendid quality i't
Tile Walks Ivory; itoiseless trap work and there ,
concrete e Walks and pedals.

The Iron

plate of thIs piano Is ex-



10 v
For .

'hims o0upon may bCA
se ----


en Away By


b s- fo


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tra heavy reinforced and of the best
bell metal, plate Is finished In dark
olive green. Guarantee is east in top
of plate. This.plano is equipped with
double wheel castors.
We will give one vote for each pen-
ny spent with us In our different do*
apartments. Watch out for our ad.
In every issue of The Sun. Cut it
out and bring or send It In to us and
we will allow 5 votes on each or the
amount stated thereon. Our firmt sa.
will allow anyone entering the race
100 votes. The only ballet box will
be found In our establishment, where
ou are to vote. Branch office of
manufacturer In Clnelnnatl. Ohio,
from whoin the Piano for this contest
was piurcinhard, have agreed to re.
deem through us the ten Olln Cor-
tlflcatl.s an foiluws: One rcortlfleate
earh for $I00,. which %ill he redeem.
able In cra.h as a paoyn'lit on any
piano they manufacturer.
1. The conte' t Is open to anyone
living in Alachua county who IP It nOwn
by thu conducltr of the contest or
v"uched for by some ropl.tablu por-
son, to them well known.
2. No empolyee. attache or rela.
tlvy of the proprietor of I., C. Smlth
are eligible to imrtlelpate In this con.
test, and will participate in no nman.
3. In the event a candidate decides
to withdraw from the race, such can.
dilate will not be allowed to transfer
votes to the credit of another candi-
date in the conte t.


PON-Good for


wt at our plae of busiguaew.
M!EMBEJR 3109,1190).


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MeW E.,?,N.Jach ti
neither sthere. lc
watcht sanr thme )Vtly jewelry
watch. lWstasmedi~~.cd

that Ly N~r amt~ a'6 evry
For b01t real Waid.

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S05 North Grove Street
Oaineeville, Florida.

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Farms, kDwengs, LOs
-For Sae--

Abstracts of Tit!e M~e
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What Has Happened and What: i Go
Ing to Happen-Personal and
,, Social Items of the City.

I Celery and cranberries. Saunders
| &b Earle.
Lute Howell of Newberry was a
S visitor to the city yesterday.
The very best chocolate candy 20c
per pound. Saunders & Earle.
"* Oranges by the crate shipped di
rect from the grove. Saunders &
Deputy Sheriff Wynne wa a visitor
to the city yesterday from bis home
at Newberry. -
Ourstore will be open until 8 o'clock
each night this week. Gainesvlle
Furniture Co.
Hon. J. A. Rosborough of Windsor
( was among the many holiday traders
In the city yesterday.
SIL B. Peacock, a prominent iitisen
of Williston, was transacting business
S In the city yesterday.
Get the beat and cheapest fireworks,
as well as nice fresh frmits, of the
old reliable J. B. Brooks.
Buy furniture today at the Gaines.
" ville Purniture Company's and assist
the rock road fund of the Cemetery
S Aawoolation.
If I i eed of furniture remember
to buy today while the Cemetery As.
Slolation will share in your builness.
aineasvillle Furniture Co.
Mrs. Alice Armstrong of Live Oak
arrived In the city yesterday and will
spend the next several days here
as the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. L.
S Denham.
Dr. Allen Graham, who Is connet.
ed with the St. Agness Dental Col-
lke. Baltimore, Md., is home for the
holidays spending the time with rela-
tives and meeting his numerous
friends., /
J. A. J. Strickland of Hague was
a visitor to the city yesterday. He
S *ays that the recent rains will prove
beneficial to the farmers of his seace-

Stlo., and
has made

the cool weather following
it good for killing hogs.



Capital .................... 76,000.00
\ Surplue .................... 130,0o 00


W. R. Thomas, President.
0. K. Brooms, First Vice.President.
W. B. Taylor, Second Vioe-Prssident.
S. D. Turner, Cashier. f


QK. Brows,
J.B. Padgett.
Fa. Dutton,
A. A.Mavitaby.

.. 0. Nichols,
W. Venable.
W. R. Thomas,
W. IL Taylor.

Four Per Cent Paid in
S Savings lDpartmlent

Miss HN. Norton

bonvlstK BOK e Statlwrj
S Pouiimln u. .I .

WginulM Kmtl

K Mim Jha King te Waldo was E
We M.afrdOf. Haa the New Yea R
AZ' a ton(he visitors to the city 1luter- ____ 1__________|_______ |D_
A w l0 0B. Gibons of Archer was dcr.
fl,*'.-^mI.Vi1 ; *among his Ginesville friends h
,resetdy. Spend Iea tl*mtyou earn, save the
G. 0. Kelley, after a short buses P

Or to his home. -
SWe lVite you to all at our,,tore s Savin Department at .. .
and se what we have. Gainesvllle .D eptp et at ..........
tihe Furnufre Co.
SChaL.'Cason and Mr. Allen, both citl-
^^-kmnailffI zens of Alachua, were visitors to the
City yesterday.'IN t
HolidaR. E. Boule and wife returned The Gaiesvill National B
iachuayeterdayafter a short viilt
with friends in this city. Capital and Surplus, $125,000.00
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hartafleld left M. $
r latrona e yesterday for Meredith, Miss., i
where they will spend the holidays *.
Ardedwith relatives and friends. e
r CCOr An appreciated holiday gift for the A NSNEW BAIRD TE
young would be a pretty fox terrier WN mmi I ----
ThI'L jf puppy. Several nice ones for sale at CHAS. W. RITC F
A 400 East Union street. Telephone Prcsents
No., 828. 5 t Pr Line rcs
S tore Miss Lula Howard. a member of (The Idol of the Sou
r S or the faculty of the Baptist University, Mib assertion. but ( eo d odvota
Raleigh, N. C., has arrived in the eft taken for l" ta& sg oents. ibte
Mnd city on a visit to her sister, Miss WOiW MOe O a lime; no 2fltUoal line U,
anUU Besale Howard. every word over each courting aJJ LL
B. W. Millican, one of the leading dIoal line. CASI in advavo,
W ish citizens of Waldo, was transactfng alust a"ompany al orders for aser and Her Excellent Company
business In the city yesterday. He TUM In tS 01m4 THREE MIGHTS Commencint
states that business seemsI to be THURSDAY, DECEMBDE
for heavy with the merchants of that WANTED. -Mand-
PFRE--We repair shoes free of charge
J. M. Meffert and son, Frank, of f bought from us. Morris Cohen, f c hargSeri o Hih-Class Royalty
A D Ocala, were visitors to the city yes- Guarantee Shoe Store, West Union "Sweet Clover"
terday. They made the trip through street %
the country in their auto and state "The Belle of Richma
that the roads are In a most excellent DONT FORGET Morris Cohen when "She Couldn't Marry Thl
condition. you need shoe repairing. All work
M El Ri Dr. B. B. Howell, one of the promi- done at the Guarantee Shoe Store, "A Crazy Idea"
nent citizens of Newberry, was a Wall street. Pris--2, 50 and 75c Advao
visitor to the city yesterday. He
mede the trip through the country WANTED-Plans and specifications, at McCollum's Pharmacy.
X M S and states that the roads are very accompanied by bids, for the ereo-
_____________ bad in some places. tion of four houses on University Qo A. a r
Just In-Rag dolls-"can't break Place, each house to coat not more r. Do I
our's." lDiskmettle heads; talking than2,500. Address W. R. Thoma.
IL 01 0 11 dolls, and others. Fine carriages, ve- OR RENT.. VETERINARI
ulocipedes, tricycles, and toys of all
W kinds cheap at the new store next ex-
=press office. Don't fall to see them. FOR RENT-Cottage in South Gaine- Resident:
Get next to some of that pretty thisofflce. Magnolia Hot el (:iY;e
Store Will be Closed All furniture to be had at the Gaines-. _la oice. Magnolia Hotel __n_
Day Saturday, Dec. 25 viUe Furniture Company's today. FOR SALE.
You will not only be satisfied, but a
Nice fat hens--order today. Saun- share of the purchase price goes to- FOR SALE-Typewriter ribbons, all *
ders A Earle.' ward the rock road fund of the kinds. Sun office. . ,
I,. 8. lienninglon of Waldo visited cemetery. Mild Medicine ,lril'Xl.
the city yesterday. J. H. Managers of Williston is FRESIf OYSTERS coming In dally Hors8A ',il "' I
J. W. Malphurs of LaCrosse was among the visitors to the city. He from Oyster Bay; 40c quart this
a visitor to the city yesterday. states that while the planters had week, at Hubbard's Oyster Market. Gain.vi1' lle
NOTIC --The Continental Cafe will good crops the past season at his 208 West Union street. Phone 323. _--
be open early and late during the boll.place t prices realized were very ORRIS COHEN'S GUARANTEE
.poor and scarcely paid the farmers C
days. f the o' y 8HOI STORE, Wall (Union) street, Why Not
Nothing butter for a present than or wo. will continue the Introduction sale a DIa-,".
a niet.'kitce of furniture. Uainesville Mlss Elizabeth Taylor has returned through holidays. A present with .
Furniture Co. to-the city from school for the pur- every purchase.for
pose of spending the holidays with A 1. ,
A word to the wise suffiienther parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. THERE 18 NO GAME LAV against 'ri-
Ninety per cent of the drummers stop Taylor. She was accompanied by Miss anyone hunting Plank's Chill Tonic .
at The Brown House. Lillian V yatt, who will be her guest It's guaranteed to cure malaria,
Sonny Snowden of Hatchet Creek during vacation, chills and fever. Price 25 cents per ,. 5 5
was In the city yesterday fur the pur- Th.' le.t pill is DeWltt's Little Early bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson. he'll S35 SO0 SS
pose of doing holiday trading. Risers-the safe, easy, (lleasant and probably know. w ....
W. K. irown of Archer, one of pure litth. liver pills. DlWitt's Car- .-- i,',
the exte'nsilve truckers of that sec- beolized Witch Hazel Salve is the PURE SEED POTATOES-We offer tiofnl t .
tton, wat a vilttor to the city yes- original. Good for cuts, burns or the genuine Spaulding Rose No. 4 in lian y. We ask .ok '
tirdlay. brul.es, and especially for piles. Sold 10 peek sacks, $2.50. True Red Bliss pare themn ***.i oIrs
Only Two SMore li)ays and Christmas by all druggists. Triumph at $2.25. Send una your see for yourasef h ,
li hnre. 1te .> he' l;<. your gro- orders. American Proddee Corn- riori
I hr. I1 .: h y... Jull 'hesnut, accompanild by hi- perorily
cer include eoutne llue Itibbon Lemon p . a any. Jacksonville, PFla.
son. John. Jr.. will leave today for C. H Coles & S
and \'ay~Ile Eltra~ts in our order Charleston. 8. C., to spend the boll. yuu ay tma aytbina s if Jlcr
today. day)s among relatives. They will also a Io everlndtl the Wast e mnm. .
No better time than now to help a payl a tsrit to Mr. Chesnut's daughter. -___e__I____t___ -_
good rause. and at the ame time hell who ha, been making her home there m-- ...g .--Your YSTI

utne furniture ad srar n. Irene Perry knd ast t year
W. J. Grimes of Alachua was amongMut olina on Per hav nd R a lUu HUb a
the. Iliday ,traders. In the,, city jester' uth lolg. all of \homn have ebect d u e esd Fresh Oy
h,.,, ,. ,.... .r.d .r.,. h , ,, 'tatenking the College for women at Through the Holidays msd be Pleased. Fresh .

ectsou .ar. .. lyv h.i aud the merch- t. "iin. rie n t it CO daily. 208 West Union St. FhoneP
ant% arO doing a flue holiday busr. terday for the purpose of spendlug
ness. tIh hlidlavs with their parent?.-
MiNl Julia ltunth. who Is attending Th," Christmas entertainment four
S~t,'.is. nive'.ity at Deand. arriv "the i.'Irt. of the Fir M'thot W heater You A re a Custoner
e1 It the clt. >)v.terday for the pur. 'l'urch Sunday school ll occur at W e A e 0
'ose of s.peidilng the Christmas holl the church on next Monday evening. Not, W e W hdt Tou
%ltN.& mith her Iartits. Mr and IMrs ," :."th., beginning r.t 7 1., o'clock. O
:J F Itunch .-' ihnter...ting program hat NWben
Sta p earache in two minutes; tooth- re'parev. which will 1to dubt be
ache or pain of burn or scild In five rea'tlv enjoyed by all who attend
m inpt s. hoarownese. one hour; muo- .I...... I ~ S
cleache. two hours; sore threat. twelve IF 100 A A TMIFLE SESITIVE M
hour lr Tbhomas' Rclectric .Oil. About the' sie of yur shoes. it's some
monarch over pain. satisfaction to know that wany people
can rcar shoes a lse smaller by shah.
Mlu "Ve~iera lee lleaneAt. wio has ing Allen s Foot-CEa. the antiseptic
bees absent for the past few aaths powder. into themL Just the thing
vitiang in Ohio. Virgllat aad North for daneiag parties. patent leather qin id
ysr S oh e ^ ^ a sheand0W Sk S iaFniwt soNational s
Carolla., returned to beh bneer home Wbhe rbbs oversebor beome
yesterday she 8 k d a most ce-mry m Amd your shoes pbac S
PLsaaut itr* whkh will 8be Uy. All*m s ot-u tme gives tat ret .
tag Ifermi O to hb t eom Ia *overywMeub lie. Uape k Pa _N
MseI Ad s a. A Olasism G .. | On.

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Him "Rcc 74& tt I With


COPENHAON, $-.-The re-
t of the speda a of ad*.
which the f of Copen-
I tappoe"taf ^S ,raseo Dr.
t rick A. obeb thiathe as
ored the k ,c o sub
to the of he al-
ity yetwdlay I. endorsed
that body saU o the public.
The report a m pstly, al-
i contempt l I Armerican
rs title to aeovery. and
sb the olelal of Den-
with chargrta 1 th ure Dea-
Is made to as t 0 n a the eye
ta scinottll wa The public
prepared tor a IrdiL t of "not
," bat did vLot,* ua recent
to be bn"e4 f Is lMapoater.
still uellt. W o b llt that
acted toof n tio aut hrbord

Will Ta Am es Hnter.
a plonrr aaad ta almost!
heave lth la CooIk's
.while ome g slh warm t "up-
irs Kaand 1 the explor-
helped to fraced 'r'port. The
tag paper's attach Cook and se-
ly reproach bl ter hiding, which
y regard as *f lg of a guilty con-

The rector of the lversnlty,. Dr.
'kmonrten, when qHptloned as to
1 possibility of the university can-
ilog the degree which It conferred
I'r Cook. said that no decision
St, n reached, but be thought that
c '-nw could be withdrawn in the

Akr1L ItAr AM

Roberts eloed his awool Fray me
OO left or his oe Satirday to 810004
WN DR COOK iroest Roberts of Lae, .wpet
-a few days here lat Lweek with .lA
brother, C. A. Robertw
Contempt u& d Are Brand. At the ^cl. or atehoolri ay the
pupils ren ereda moot iteoreatig pro
By Committee gra consatingu., o .ae iai.
J vmand a debate, the oulon aor the do
bate being, "Reeolve& That Masa-
name way as a government could de- tion is More BeAemi* to Man Thea
prive a person of an order obtained Money." The Juit *rendered their
under false pretense. decision la (avy of ath ffirmatiUve
Commodore Gustav Holm, the Arm Mles Ida Jackso.0o* Is to aeMa
tic explorer, and a member of the school at Jeamtag. *obe toom*e
committee, said: day to spend Christa l th W %
Convicted as a Swindler. rents.
"Oook's claim that be had the ob W.W. Brown of lated Oree we
servation 89 degrees 59 minutes, 4< a business vdtow too WsN0 Mqdt6 .
seconds near the pole proved Imene The orampg WS.-e ha.ve 110
diately that he was a bad observer, but Poadd work mU ll OW r ob*
nothing indicated that he w a There will be a goa6 anuy 0 1t
swindler. Now his papers convict him tmove forward fter Otsta .,
of being a swindler. We examined Dr. Randsa of MMIiopry ha beMt
Cook's observations rAnt, and agreed over the pat weO* dtg d*tald
unanimously that they were worthless. work around thi eaiAMMt
It in not unlikely that Loos made Miss Fay CaldwUe, bo Is teatchig
the observations. He is a clever man, school at Tooklt V~ulla aMMwt,
Just the sort that Cook could use." osane bome M doo iy 0 epa OwO w
Prof. Oluenmen, secretary of the mau with her pamD '
Danish Geographical Society, said: A alee time was a laat Prid
"It is the saddest event In my iUf night at a esadyrp-Il atW b tohe
As an explorer there seems to be no of Mr. and Mrs. S. a maa
doubt that Cook is absolutely unre- weather was rather eoat W the M68
liable." slon. The l St put Od the ev>tl,
The committee appointed by the unl- was spent i um0w plaMaaat we*W
verity to examine Cook's records re- versalon ad the OkitSr part w U *W
cently, presented Its report to the Joyed by satig pt e5 ady. tW, t
consistory of the university, which re- cane and drieakag jtes, Miss Cam
viewed the deductions of the experts well cooked the eaudy a4 ae i4 a
with the greatest care and discussed eeoptionAlly go0 a b t 10W
the findings from every standpoint. ness. The erowd t*as jg. a
That both the committee and the ron- remained until a rather ~a hM'r,
history were disappointed was soon hen they departed, thankiag ab tr
known. bhost and hoote.M for the meet plies"at
"Records" Simply Worthless. evening and expreslng their rerot
The conristory met yesterday and at Mr. Iatyman being thredughM Itding
adopted a written report to the effect ca(ne for this yeaz.
that tl' aVgd record. li4mibiitt.d for Rev. Thomimon of Islaad Orove was
-.- in town, Tuesday.
J. N. Itayman and family speat a
IrAn RE B h .'h4-aint day Monday .laJasksaovlfa.

vnl )IuU, uuu or more

Dr. Cook May "Retire"

'"A 1'01K. Doe. 32.-The. eand
Q;o the majst ftsciutlg ebwptrs
I SI the rornanct of expmlorton.
b'I vthe King of Denmawk,
'ed6%,the 1Jalwei~ay ofCopes-
raran~ with wreath, of
&10~ gr., ssawded the
~L 'h~city of Netw Tot. a"d
by tbouwsa ow t"e book
Wa.d, hor the WN as As mw
am I bo ever daeI" ttor-

s'~krjd% t tomlgt d~ imI
bomJw of big &km&b
O'M rtm him s10ofmas4C

P: tMoan~ s la ftesre"Mmy
hau ,a. b,,t No W
kIrt wL~.dwob ror n Luwk.
wel~ ihl. &*&ON 04"

t:addrin tgW ig
*hij, bretW am etof

at C W N *
%,mo ~ sto
jw r 14 MblnK

bit thatg
ts L bu

peal to the other cie.ntifle itilbuunaI
of the world.
One of the party who made the
trip with Dr. Cook to Hlamilton.
ifontano, where he had a dubini
meeting with the guide liarrill who
denied that the i)*tor had .ever com-
pleted the ascent of Mounat McKin-
ley, said yesterday:
He Has 100,000.
"On the way back to the ast. I
asked the Doctor what be weaM do
it the University of Copeahag-as
found analast him"
"I haven't thought of that. answer
ed the Doctor.
-But you must think o It. said
the friend
*Well," au>.-r.d teoo doctor "If
the university should Cnd a4alant ho,
I beNeve I should go ba'k amonx th"
skImrs of Southern Greenlaund a:Ad
try to carry on there *or i a n Uiral
mission" as Ir Greofell has made
Henry Wellington W&ak, Dr. Cook'
lwyer and the friend beo bi aa
therity for the station t above.
wee both asked last alght how 1eek
NaMse they tbomsbt Dr. Cook Mad
made tram the al* o his m araive
Dewspape.s Is tMs getys "ad
ab dl age from bhIs iarW
UrftLe thas SA".* saM M
toin. fMere th"a WM *Amu

e d s a gS dat e 901** h 1
sr eMobme101 he au dMWW WII

4KanhiSUtou by Dr. Cooak tailed to
!,rovte his ilaiw (baohMAdresel
Iije. North Pole.Alfter taIbgall
available Informatlio the esmllttee
fluds asofollomwo:
iirat. The report of the eaPeitlem
nnti to the university by, D. Cook Is
tlh anim eas that printed In The 14w
York herald duri? the mt a l1
idrj;erber ad October isut.
Sownd. The copy of Cask'Wee
boks does ma"rostla oa rlga
sar ouuiw oberoo rati a whatever.
but 067l resueltm
Third TV* dwoumeat. premoed
are Iox I7 l^ackig s Is btwm.
,;,m whieh would prove t00t do
ja4omenical obeervatlowo their eft
rved to Were remy20 d on
t5 *Ata 00 d e aim rotdst w ePm
I.~l work of I the ePe0100 S
4:o4g.oelhcn wwhiek mid Nombi
Ii Ioefmitart to dto3iade their ro
The 0 mIttes thersme Is 411sdo
optalos tkatthe emotawt wmin
ftr *xamamtl'8 u4864 as OWa
thast [wJ. Comk bDren BePak
The rortIs ow bySansdo
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Lit Aw"Dree. 41v dof h
eto ree@U~imml Ohrtery.'V or. CF.
PstwU. st. 0 os~.mrAtuetodoB
ohetv : (r o mNd -S N
Prof. AL IL. 7(1MS& ro" d ofB
ewelat INSWgvtISMS;Of. 211-W &
reew ter ow h a
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4I ^^iRt.; oberta sloed his 8ool IFrry4 a4
000for his boe Sawday to Seed
Crnet Roberts of ibUne.Via., splat
,- few dato hero lat .week w th vk
S brother, C. A. obe
jRecor" With Contempt nd.Are Brand- A "S w`I
IRraOm conYatis beAh, d4
m sand a debate, the on for wthe di
Sbate belns. "'Reolve That Uf ,a.
COPENHAG .-The re- same way as a government could do. tion is More B m to Man Thma WA T.
prt of the p t of adl- prive a person of an order obtained Money." Tbhe judges vuderT their el.i0 the 6 NoUw
ats whlob the Of Cop- under false pretense. decisionoo la ftvor Of tAsffirlativ A li
Sappatt T Dr. Commodore Gustav Holm, the Are Miss Ida Jaoksom o is teei MIs
'A. OM < e ,has tic explore, and a member of the school at Jentasg, *"eho M
Treds theu nb- committee, said: day to sped4 ChrIt t l r 1it 110 ', I A
to the O f Convicted as a Swindler. '
ri ywetorlt^ ,I . eldord W. W. Brown of i d o w 09 Wo 1 0 "l o
"t jesa dook's claim that be had the ob W. W. Brown of I aId Gums
t that body san tePubilc. servation 89 degrees 69 minutes, 46 a b aus iness rst to OWa MN 1 i
The report p000 ,ptly a* **ecods near the pole proved lame. The oagu a wN have 1 sW
etM cAate 0 t Ameran diately that be was a bad observer, but peSade work ft 4r IN
power's title to 4Tovery -and nothing indicated that he was a There will be a good ma y Rto
* the oficalelat il Ofle of D- swindler. Now his papers convict him mOv forward after taS ____
ark with char lt4,r 1t ilm DO of being a swindler. We examined Dr. Randall of Mkitiopy has bee
k is 1061de to s lat eye l O Cook's obeervaUons Brst, and agreed over the past wee* doetg e l6al "
t the sila wim e publi unanimously that they were worthless. work around the *4IMnmMiy.
p ro" Wof "not It o not unlikely that Looe made Miss Pa y Caldwell, bo is teo eg ha
sO," but did 0t M11 0.10r1eet the obervations. He is a clever man, school at Tm ,oke 7ohl Tm le .
to tbe bae Impostor. Just the sort that Cook could use." oame borne Maday tbo speat (Cb1
sntull oS t bd that Prof. Oluensen. secretary of the mu with he pw t' mol n i .
cted ia s, bt har..orod Ganish Geographical Society, said: A sloe time was h ast rtMal ,
Wll. T:e ""It is the saddest event In my life. night at a mady-pulag at the he~ w te satp ....
Willake AT m. A an explorer there seems to be so of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ra es. Th ? e,
kplorrs s d M its almot doubt that Cook is absolutely unre- weather was rather ea Mr the w" S
have i h li C Oook's liable." slon. The i et put e W d e evN 'L
ty, while me !at 1 armest oup. The committee appointed by the unl- was spent Is games sad plleati W eg. $
iKd Ra a the explor- verity to examine Cook's records re. versation and the tsMw pan ta ,se gmmi
helped to fraM or The contly, presented its report to the joyed by eatiag go ly ew.dy, , witl1 i114e1S1a"
lag papers atdh ook and sN oonsistory of the university, which rercase and drinkaidg ouWs MisN CalW 11 0 a owsl
ly reproach hi Air hidins, which viewed the deductions of the experts well cooked the d andy at (I
regard as a alg of a guilty con- with the greatest eare and diseased esteptiomally coo he i 6 a gm B

Te rector of the ~piverslty, Dr.
blmonoen. when qMpiloned as to
hk possibility of the Uiaversity can-
e!lI;g the degree Which It conferred
* IT Cook. said that no decision
4i t".-n reached, but he thought that
h e.r dr,. could be withdrawn in the

the fAndings from every standpoint
That both the committee and the con-
sisatory were disappointed was soon
"Records" Simply Worthless.
The conslitory met yesterday and
adopted a written report to the effect
that the alleged record eibmitted for

With 1.00,000 or More

Dr. Cook May "Retire"

LL. YORK, DM .c ends Ipeal to the' (t her scientle itlbulnnal

W~ ttlernJSt faSOlnaktlag pbters
Is;t'romancof eobf jntton.
tbv the KIUg 61 Denmark.
34d , t,, t lnerefty ONCeoP,
b.garla~d,.dwith wrfeathsof

h.city oalflow Tf^ a"
Iaedtboussaus h the oISgt
h""th Or UheNO S o d hv-
'" whO ever da"edt all" tsg6
01 the Arctic. Dr. "Wu"*AL
stand, afti 4is5NNNO is
bt of his &low'A
Mhue iis sme of
~m Nothingba t aYswal
P: rains la ereur

ra is braft NO W
11ad laed

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of the world.
One of the party who made the
trip with Dr. Cook to Hamilton,
fountaoo, where he had a dubitpi
meeting with the guide Ilarrill who
denied that the Ik*-tor had e.'er com-
pleted the ascent of Mount MrcKn.
ley. said yesterday:
He Has $100,000.
"On the way back to the East. I
asked the Doctori% hat he wMld do
If the University of Copeshasa
found aalat him,"
"I haven't thought of that. answer
ed the Doctor.
"But you must think of It.r Mid
the fried
"Well." anserud in t Doctor, itf
the Salverilty should find agalnit be
I believe I ah-nid go ba'k among t'e
khlaMos of Southerti Greer*nial a4
try to carry on there surh a mI -4ical
missine as Dr Greeafell bha madei
Heary Welulagton Wak. Dr. r Cook'
lawyer sad the friend ahe o Is
thL itry for t I stateoe"et above.
were both asked last alsht how meah
-emey they thought Dr Cook bed
mae m the ale of hs sanalnve
Sa ews peri tibe emestry sad
ade&d, ad from his te9turs.
Me th M. MW." MId Mr
We&. *Mare this g-IA." aid
Sbirte&. rth agreed t. tshild
os We a ir M to sreedtheq bei

fom ow abasemb, emd e ar a
ow sems

ness. The erowd s*a tarft aW WW Vw
remained until a rather sao w M*b. ow i4 umil Oli
Swheu they departed, thlakiG& ttheir45L4 -.....
huot and hostess for the most ple asttt
vruing and expreuins their regret io I@ "SD tOI o
at Mr. layman being through 6"Oldlng that yout V1te e1N PresidettUal ea d.
cae for this yeo ,. date last Noewmbe'r W l Wsisely cast"
Itev. Thompson of lilsad Grove was Of the y.lei iawerssu sj
in town Tuesday. vo Wpe,* idwe 50 von "Sa*8
J. N. layin and family s-poat a UIDermra o0ved oww d 306
iha-ant day Monday In.Jacksmnville t d. "e
.o s "A*. z4oted "me
,tanilnatlon by Dr. Cook hailQed lto Qultlo I "An S e"d
,.rove his claim that be had r'sWedw ith rA uOf p gf"
the N."-b Pole. After ebWitatlg aU Omllf omflpie i 'I i
available Informatioa the oondrnthee *I- v H ltaw
finds as follonws: mft4 t" w e l
First. The report of he epeditisd ks .L"o aN "t," S
"ent to the uliversity by Dr. CO IWs tol IS !
the ani.e as that printed is The xMw Plg t "W
York Herald drings the mld* o ,Ol "N I toftto "pla
September and Ocrtober last. III 9OO
Second. The copy of cooks *P* o tWtOIs"t
books does nAt coatala &y e gRWali U? ef O FW ON
astronomical obwr ratlo whatever," airow
but only rwesell
Third The douastf preelai ed
are aiseatmbly eis-g I hi e WAMI I I t
)m whirh would prove that
istrowomical obeervatleos thesw13 p
f rred to west reaFy asd, aOtW s o
~.tala so deal rgaisdog tohe pi
tl work of th e eo peMie d is

Te cmutee i el touetesrem r isW

T Mai** t", w o f do a t i
oplat UhM tihe esaAl M Isle 1
for s .la,)om egestuiew as o eP"
that Dr. Cort rsebd the I
The Isamp i IV @a a* #I ofJ oao" I
etWhem of the eaMsIn, weh
*A I iPeued Of th te o r": .

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o'servatery ; < Ne Hbeta. a 0
Prof. A B. yoni, pssagr4 (f t h IL ,AN
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hTads of T and Taknows lr to A I
hbuds of is UoWpmepoon

e or -o) o, va t what-
ws the trpentiae quarwt
B Mfad a mM. +.ir,. W U .+ *i w *
wnthe toar members of te ~W ,?

oft a rd 6U600 on

VIAshisdesi kbe All, A "

e agres wa shot. ad it l$R"
S4 t in said asf *r kt time w fare a et e a e.,ad r

Ethe name meW of th osty pr a th a umber o ws s a a

"7 "'a lt Os wiltp that straers wl t

qrI Walker of ey county, to ge puuabei for the work
nto th w- ho B4 Iet th l S"

mOelv e stytr, was he le for as "rooeume.
i hor0. s bopt to bring se ood ses NW YC0,, DWe. "1.
Sc thi e tat n eala. w.. f ple t in teaa h", aon.. 0! i f'otht'
gh a that se$mbab and t keep Oa> I S t no a that *nInwb ,the wel Tli al U

sIBaly rePter eOs is now aIvanslag by Sat* uatnoeke p t er
IwM the ods the pso of PUtr T ring A F tig tlotedt w ithi he brdr stsome tO

ebr. wil be msdr by the THEATRICAL COMPANY. the good puller o are sar e of
to isoe the iguWty eas ad. .ore __ ,w
AeMtAowN, Miss., Dec. 3.-Manage .
ie metgim- lesttiraun. wiwase c a hetrisal compA a' travel WILlar TAA HIS OWN PLAY.

l)eput Tytor was well thought of Ian out of Memagis4 ws killed and
itlt prt of treaty ad w ave other y te aturday Life Ila Newsper Plant to Be P

Sto the shertil and the people he drinking and struck Rook Johnson Packler, edtor of The Haseihurst
rd and his sudden death much over the head with a pltol d red News, has soured the service of
ed by all. on Harry Johnon, Rock's brother, Charlsm C. Clark, a theatrical manager,, 08 5
mIn fl tin a.lesh wound. The atter well known I othe OWut, to rehearse le fr W
It has slnce been learned that the wretched the weapon from vans and the members of his theatrical compm
ro now cosaed i shot him through the forehead. The ny, which wll play the remainder of isoW.
s ndoubtedly te one th at by d the JTHna and CAe mpYers of the the aeod n llSouthm eor. e o a ood
l r tiiiscmpn atre uder rre o. TWMree of Ida, preen in; gTAhe pHI OWN iPLAY.e r
Tyner Was l tbouht of iat Out Of 1119 at kilted an --- X pUU

SprtftW ehoeotu lan are wourn ttwh ted Sat Ups and Downs of a PlntEi to gr- -PM

ou of man who husof mn that's h ow In Mfw..y 'Downs' "tw by was r taken tr.
i for quite a wh e time. ing o The f m i Is sid -t bee Hlht. ft. Dos. 0--. A.

ea to te besn auht and they all "PmriTTIEs GIRL." OeOWN. the popular book written by Mr. WPoek*- e8.
S t ht BD d iRDe Ind., De. h.-eLth ra T New omp any will led the rl o the
the company with n th*me 'o JohnO Rock'gi brother, ch Georga C. kThis play, atricsl mAsAow pro Ss

f ha wMt to the frent doh the wr distot:" weapo Uttrback the ated by tis t omf h aty. Ic r m
Ist down. but no s oonet had the em aroud Whiam Jomehno. the iwrlh pronounced by ertie to be one of the
aMNnterd the bu ting than t did the t Syy and.g ve mnbelrso th besta ofrn t Bearsit a and t to a
a" w shot dowl.to aturday it o htate h an ther waes tryg p be s e. of the pt play wtlted n th t

,t U*5* W**lh tael M*'mi. ims afte. a scool socal by sia*l t- *, h '*
"4to totl w inumer of lso th ae Nea n a wk ttochd to U '. Dow of otry t
a-n was emag behin te dtoor. m bot setan they wo ler. 'D o ewa'"er-ma. wa taken frO s

aea beld at Wlt Mond ay, bU by Mrsl W. M. r book wraten o Crystal R
hert Walkr. feartn some violence A er, orida, tWhe nted aUthorme nd
S.w ot takie the aegro there until Is wh at mot bbes hved tbu so w r iter.
the mIter Is thor oughly ifthed over o bTeSt to them if they have wrms. -a
. sand ac ter i ont thoe am- SBe s dyour baby is Iot Md #ed Mr. F ker is Lmown by mAan ci
tamI wth them. Sure byBptoime-lways mds of tis s n haingvi pbe lolhea
Atll dring Sunday there wasu talk ay raris ,nder tie eyeo aot papers t M~ slepy, Newberry. Crystal
" i 1ol enc belag dene the negro. and gnlna In weight and yellow complex- River, and ether places, and his
L one time It was thought that Iont. A few dose of White's Cream friends trust that he any ails hand*

w mld be lyfhed, but eoler heads Vermiltuge ill expel all worms. It somely from his new prect.
SWTevalled matil the man was ialtly s a pos tive cure' ad reltabl ee ---
S*er ted away by the sherI. 15 ents per hattle. Sold by W. M. It ReqWmre Nerve to stand the
SItchin ple provoke proftapty. hut the feew. hed w y pat of the body.
p Iralty won't care them. Doem's A sad accident o red In 8(t. Am- Thee pains are q cly stopped by
, .ament cures tchiang. bleedItn or result. wbea bhe tshre-year-old" so m of Pmery lvtM PaInkiler.
Spletrdias piles after years of miWaer of Mr. and Mrm P. C., ltll was bern. alter o is i W l a"ad &
Sag. At any drug Me. ed to death at the family home. T.he D sD fr a amentm loawr but
acild, with voters was playing with UsehU mPa g U a Oseted. Awid
Satebs and did amt realse the It d men P- ai
d-nger. Nedkial ame etaace was am aee. ftMn IU*, v ite It 3 a w"tm w
1i~r. blea i*umee ,k -_ er. rwrry a ts. ll He ac a, sea ...........
f Peced bt thing os be ete to ............
M M P wsve IttiIaI III is -Nf- *eIm
An*D Dr. A. Dolan send or I%

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k tled, aged and bot.
ILMB_,a uBeed in
ad Every bott bn
S*UI USMag and quanuiy,
m C meP a iW ette*..
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S.. ................... acksonville, Fla.
S................... Jacksonville, Fla.
i.oly .................... Jeksonvllle, Fla.
I.... ,aA ...........Jacksonville, Fla.
L .. .., ..................... Jacksonville Fla.
1 Co.' ................... Pensacola, Fla.
I ..;...... ............. Pensacola, Fla.
S.' .. .......... ............... Tam pa, Fla.
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cording to an-
early today on
Ilbiam U aook
*. brother.

William L. Cook says that he ree. ed
a letter from his brother ye.t-,r,:,
stalg that Dr. Cook left New York
cm the Coronia and arrived at N,.ilXkt
cO December 11th.

The Sun office for calling cards.




s Account

you in more than one way. It is
ve for times of want and misfor
It is capital to use when you see
busineo opportunity. All tI,
our money 4 .in this bank, it
e iDnvite your oCount, small or
f .

latlMal Bank of Alachua

lashed in 1881

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.0 4 lned

Hswtbo(rn. rWie plaes
at the eates aty. Can
o bosst of blst homes
S -ecret S -Aso
j.aj haof tha tagehher
a re now b L struc-
an for at tM Thr -
A in older to9 Olwbrate the
event, a big w i gbea and
riSe people iiv#ttIl Ml MRections,
we a regular Fi4 a " *Oldin
a& place.
The cornersat kdlaid for this
allbliog on t44 ooa, and while
1 was attended b y *,l. otder
is particular, Uthe laot mocle-.
4i of that place' M in the cere-
as*e. ,
Te structure be *' titae b Udm-
# of lare dIMd will con-
.0 two stories. -wJy v peor be-
lms used as sto e 1int WhMie the up.
pr story l bi t t.R seeM.oda.
omn of the ecarfe lthii which are
'. occupy the M ldM "'
There were aYuy M e o:l4 there
- this occaSlo, -I De committee
s charge had pr ef lavishly, and
rtes from this S iy eho attended
sate that they new MW ach a large
usatity of food s l prepared for
a occasion of this tikt. Tle large
ktrscie was qUlti drawl"g card.
aid in all it Was 4a., that. will long
bt remembered by the eood people of

Aocldmft'A ptry.
There was an asegMet at the Vir-
gaislaCrollna ettlae r Factory Tues-
day morning, when a negro became
gled In the belt, With the result
that his arm was tbren. The Injured
j was brought lptOwn and the
aemL.er set, and nothing serious Is
ticipated from the lajary.

Curity convlcts of 1Lvy county have
knu leased to J. 8. & laber & Co. for
per month for each able-bodied
!e convict.

Pa'n :ilm the bar, dlsdness, head-
A-) ariI general lagwor. Get a pack-
, i Mother Gray's Australian-Leaf
r ? kiney. bladder and urinary
t.'. \\hpn you feel all run down,
and without energy you
do s- of this pleasant herb
a rgulatOr It =as Do equal.
ot' (;ra Austallta.LesAf is sold
d. ,:4.i-ts or sent by m=at for 50
Saniile sent Pree. Address.
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CaM M.at Frks, $1.50, Maw
at ............. .. 5k
PicMe Forks, 75c. new... .5k
httr Kmives, 75c, ew. .50c
eSast Speos, S3 50 per set,
w .. . . . $2.58
Tabe Spoons, S4 per t mew
at ................ $ l.18
Thi Silverware is qarmple
plated and guaranteed tar 25
years. Put up iM satit ed

Roetrs Tea Spoons, set.. $1.50
ers Tale Spoons, set $2.50
Rgers TaMe Knives, set.$1.75
gers TaMe Forks, set.. $1.75
Chafig 0hem
IlMIett Ratrs

The Store of Quality.


Mr. Earl S. Roundtree and Miss Janie
Tenant Happily Married.
irom Tuesday'a Da ly Im:
There was a pretty home wedding
solemnizedat the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Tenant Monday at hblgh noon when
their daughter, Miss Janie. was happily
married to Mr. Earl 8. Roundtree of
Blackwell, 8. C.
There were qqite a number of in.
vited guests besides the relatives of
the family present, when the happy
couple were joined together by the
Rev. S. II. Rogers, and all wish them
a pleasant married life.
The home had been beautifully dece-
rated by friends of the bride for the
occasion, and following the ceremony
the couple took their deitarture for
their future home In South Carolina.
Mr. Roundtree is one of the pronil-
nent young busineAs men of the place
and l tuengaged In the Ilvery and Male
business. The bride has been a real-
dent of the city for a number of
months and by her amiable,. mweet dis-
position has made at host of friends
and amiliaintances who regret her de-
liartiure from the city


Building of Gainesville Foundry and
Machine Co. Damaged.
From Tuesday a sally Sun.
What threatened to probe a di.ae
trous conflagration at the plant of the
Gainesville Foundry and Machine
Company about 7 o'clock last night was
prevented through the use of water
from the well of the Diamond Ice
Company, together Alth the hooe' of
that plant and also that of the i.x-al
fre depart ment, the' cr i ,of
which were smunumoned h) telphLo.'ne
when it was found that the. home h.-
longing to the Ice plant would not
reach theb fre.
When the department rea-ched the
scene the entire' rear end of the build
Ing occupied by the. foundry was in
lames. but by good and quirk work
the fire was min xltilngtulhed
The origin of the IaIs' Is not
known., nor the efPient of ldaimas.) et
Sac'ertal ned

The Correst Time
To stop a cough or cold Is just as
soon as It start -4bel there will be
so danger'of pneumonia or r osump-
tis. Just a few doses of Hallard s
HIoreboond Syrup taken at tbe *tart
will stop tbe cough. If it has beens
trnaing on for me'v-tim' t mt wUIl be looser. bet the cur.I*
Msre. Sold by W M JolhnsO

The wise man r.otnWC9 wkeretS lb
eM year was unprdotable to him t at
he may do bette rr ito Io iw pear.

If s have the time to enwels
rgierly. DoA a Rgulets wINl e
v" e~apatio They ds" a aam
40y. h M ShCUd ae o- e >bew

r them tk-c.

I$100 MRwa, 1. "
The readers of Ul paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is t leat
one dreaded disease that ecdee ha
been able to cure la all Its slta a
that Is catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Care
is the only poslUve eare now hkown
to the medical fraternty. Cataft
beila a constitutiUoal disease. IeIAr-
a constitutional treatmmat. lauire
Catarrh Cure sla taken Intermely. a,
lag 'directly upon the bleeood mdl n
cooa surfaces of the armtl, th0by
destroying the fouadatia of the-
ease, and giving the patient ruth
by building up the coa titatAi snd
laisting nature In doin Its wark
The proprietors have so mW falth
In its curative powers that they Qaer
One Hundred Dollars 1rM any eame
that it falls to cure. Seed for iUt of
Address V. J. CHBNY A C00.
To d40. O1s.
Sold by all druaggists,ie.
Take Hal'sa family Ptils ar eaOU


High Seheel Seleeto Salt W.
and Miss Mary OeWklee.

In the Stae declametles e e
before the nerida State Tachers' A
soclaUco to be bhld at Madm th het-
ter Iart of the month. sUo e almo
and Miss Mary I rwkl of the O lale
wile Graded and High Iselb have
tc*n sret*d toi Cmpete for the
Each school It allowed tw M-at.
ants, and oUt of am meas inai4m ko
three Earle wus esiesed wlua Mls
lawklgas was the oaly ataf In
the girl%' as1s.
At earh resgulr maetlag of the a.
mocaikml a priw is otfesW II Uwht
is know as the deelaMtli easlest
1i, eNI4g dos to further the lowai
and ambltklo of the prevwiul4, a
4.rh ahool of the State .e UI-d
*, seed a oMaiietMor from gael m ltr

O(atHvle Iha alware se amdie.
tim Is this CIe of eaasa "ad iM-is
to ,e hopdtht t he aUrta1g ev6 GU
prov. that Mshe m...staes her .pep

HMe Hesrt Wee O* IH
.ecaase hew egagest W" bad
sad she te id id utIS ii

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Sheriff WalkerA taie That the vl.
dene Against Pllerson Ia Meat'
Cenehlalve Guilt.

e'rum Weduesday's ,FWi:
Sheriff I. Walker of Levy oomalt)
was a vistor to the city Toeeday for
the purpose of makiM some arrange-
ments In oonneoetof'with the aegtr
he now as to oustoy carged with
the murder of Otloar Tyner at WU
llaton on last SUatmrdi night.
At the coroer'i inquest, held at
that place, two of ae negroes who
teaU6ied swore poelthely that Patter-
amon red the shote that resulted n
the death of the offer, while aeteal
of the other negro *itneusse testlled
that Patterson wasa rn with a pistol
and was standing bdlnd the door ot
the shanty when the'amne was broke
open by the officer.
There were amly itne ameroees I
the "skin" game at the time ot the
raid and all but two of them have
been captured, and the Sherif stat
the two still at large an be eaptg
at most any time.
Patterson wasa ee by The Saft,m
porter, but he deaie all knowledg
of the killing and relae to dlame
the matter, stating that he was not 3m
the same quarter nI Saturday SlO
and that be can prove hble naoneom.
The ooroner's Jur# have idl-o
their verdict, which was to the eWW
that Tyner was killed by Patteraw.
and he will be held until bs preltatl
nary examinatloe oa be had. wwhk
will probably be following the be*


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tOhwn* South. Its a. Pat.
~ae L W. eand J. P. Slibm
I SSel U 6 the p04eral 0ate
l.th ., adrys,. J. R. ,Caes
SJ* W. Oi"emter s aeratee.

Sand the vomld lauhs with
i*peaker Canon rmlad a
mass who asked khi ahat
|qirt' whioh attributed to the
sa n ntentn of remialag.
refr eoee to what thle Met of
world may do, yoar Uacle Joe
i position to lauh with the
0d and the udstadIag pair w.
u where he M got CeA ta6nru

Iem ro9. 514, quit repub-

ola the fe Dapers that a re op-

age bhe guilty of emh a thiao.
to Clark, who Ie a "home mma,"
ad rather see yowr political m l.
iatM e the ana of the other
nod ut yo mat run *tu

of Prank Olar. a k O
elntors who laom te to h is

el the e tr "t i ewm allahas.
bj 1dge Makm% beis 16 h1a1a1a41
Waad tgerm" wore befdo trt

at that the man who bAy lito
maa who ais t. aasd that sliers

Amtititn tha w r to do so,
si o rgh at o 4"ma vllatom of
.ittte to sWre ovooe of a sap-
ormet. t estion Sm tint.

PMalee'a dootalsa goad
ItIt eg b lad moew to all the
Ad er t Ohera. oS It will do-
i the offlte a of one of their

b -
SJaeltmvtUlle Metro polis would
t eoavey, the Impralon that
IPrank Clark winl hvw
womS t*oe hr re mactl W eat e- .
That suc a eo e Isa uDfair to
a i the very beet men th the di
iltor L.W. Zm of St.L Auga
Sa brother editor and a entle.
im osmh earmnlu& and winntag
la tay that he to bound to be

aeeemnty. aa that aloe aoasme
,'aeacb to prVoPre H- at loant ba-
Wiemeatol" (Isthe ".Utical dopew

LI pag wtee to haaolet the eose.
Stat patmea amte .a N thew ret
Imtthi ou itt lo@ WWtheelial elt

jowntap d It ta Ue \:aW 1
ea" r to the, b ookwoaram ktt
teaan bb dreaded *U 16a
Pf t everreeastop sad he h 4 done.
to spladly with th1e ChOatet MS. 1


la age O est of the tiday we
keep .trough thk. yar aktW ar
oomipred wth th0 new year. Prom
the OtNe of the Ju0an detonation ot
the caledar, the old aRmana keg the
At of January a a ho day, de at
tai It and te whole of tha faowaik
moath to Jan I who opoeed sal
steid the gateso f the year. Soer
"ob were piere to him as twelve
ltal aorrewOsamni to the months of
the year, Sad people were earful to
be o thaei best behavior that day that
it l prove a propitlonsa x ry ftr
the whole year. .
SWas a day of vleatlip, of tfeam
gathering, aand of exehanginga of gifts,
and also of *he reoUcillas of differ-
enos between trends a"d relatves.
These qservances In our day are as-
sociated with Christmas rather than
with New Year, hut the more fully
they are observed, whether at the one
season or the other, the more blessed
the result.
Among other Lancit Oustols of the
Dew year were the cuttlng and eo *
aagiMn of ran cheos o t amitoe by
thqr ., and the peOeftatlo of
; y a e PerIa.. .
The Manatee Record solemnly an-
sonssM that It will auport tor
Tauaterro' hor rleelom. Our red-
headed frad, Trank Walpqle, has
always I ppted ro*ard'nd took
to a st ptat and state now that
he woald support Mekt f be were
In the ru. We doot know whether
FP ak ha joined the "oorportlom"
or not-bht The News ha aM abiding
la th Inle honeety and integrity. and
beievee that Bh r Waiqole s an.-
oene la his opllo t that the seleetto
oi Tallaoerro would comer the bet
interest of the State.-- mad Newa.
Qtte right. Br. Oodrtanto;: ut will
Broward look upon Walpole'l "ehane
of beart" a you do? Not much. I.
hiMs opinion very editor who opposee
his political ambitloa ha bee"
"bougt"--ad now thatWalpole has de-
sorted Napoleon'. standard the Mana.
tee editor may as wel prepare for
thl "doWe" that has bee administered
to other editor. We believe Prank
Walole Is bomest, ht having support-
ed Broward agalust euh ime as Bob
Davti and P.Wh. we believe we
'ould have etood by hIm tme mwe.

One efeeve way to keep boys sad
itrls oR the streets thee leaf water
eveala a Is to provide theaom e
harmlee and npleasat satracttis at
hi- AttractNom they m t ad will
Mhav and p"Meakt ars em ate
asM t to rty that natural dmM d
Isn ae sratieal way at beOmS their
euMMrea wi seek tem eles wster
whero pbably. the .rmu d the

lose or peath alL 1

JtSIM O of t 0e4tor mt or^Jrt
U a o y mi'lvww BB o it 8. to
th assapefo for ae ortheb r

itlted 'States ... 31,t9,i ef 1,59,S
BrItAsh adia ...100,000 4*Oit*
9t (British).. 1,00,000 1,25.08
Russia (4sia)... 2*9MWO0 -1,W,00
AU ou .... .. 5,060,00 i..

TtalO.........59,18.000 17,8^5,000
A lt the flas re of produotloe
,the 1ourrent year., the bedt check
t thr t form of consumption required
sents ls to be found to the averusa
of the past CoAr yeara. The o ills of
the would consumed lq.289,000 bales,
as a yearly average, from 190.4 to
1"074 u.oslve. If the current spin-
olag yeer take as much cotton as
the average year before the preced-
tag ose, there will Atil the left 1,5699,000
bies. The splating year of 10T-08
took 822891 bales less than the pre-
*dip year.
Whtle there has been much t8 .
prOVeitt on mill conuaptioe, staees,
tere. are Indications. that the manu-
factorlng side of the situation i tos not
likely to be overdose to the extent

of having to
raw cotton.

shut down for want of
The curtailment policy

seeks to spread over the entire year
the apparent available supply. Any
further advance In raw cotton values

Is the

se4ofw -tom ~ to.

MmtAIZ 1, lsdew6 vd epposed
the eslobobI1.eint -wbr. b i.wo prey.1
wulmy es~oe3 ko ndvooaq-I

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is 21 L et a L t SL181L lknlkbi-

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4 PIwt r Quar ............................... sU l
r Pntt Qwuar ............................. .&U
i Pll wert .............................. A

"Green Ribbon"
TIx Wbiar that ,.. V UaIFmt
4 Ptll Quarte .............................. P
S Pu Qurts ..............................
It P Oll arts .............................. O m
it the hIghest taela pmre medtenal wlkey on tbhe
SI Iart at ic a quart.

Race King 3y'
We wUn mi ad Ie Pr a d
4 P, N Q t ............................... 440
a PON Quita ............................. 77
is Pul Qui" ......................... ... ll.i
It Is WUr1 IS Sm eWUy wy to M hbwd of bratd
a i~ b hw.
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1. 11411a of Louisville, Ky., for se.
Wund y traveling for the Garrett.
WINUae Company of Baltimore, aI
Whb Wa well known to many Florida
Aserfimate with whom he had done
inliues, died suddenly at the Hills-
boroh Hotel In Tampa on last Sat-
1*Aay of neuralgia of the heart. The
reimais were shipped to Louisville for

Aldr"Io and Cannon are doing bui;
neoq at the old stand. The balance
ot Congress are merely drawing sal.r
ies, and sending home undelilorrd
speehee for "home consumption.'

Governor 'rown Pardoned

Man at Mother's Request

ATLANTA. Dec. t..-Gov. Brown
granted a number otf otamatatim s,.
pardons and parolee yesterday as the
realt of reooamedatons made by
the Priton OosmMiaton, among them
beolng the ease of I. A. Moore at ia-
.vanah, who was seat to the peite.a-
tiary for life la 1i86 for murder.
Moore was a street car conductor
in sawmanh, a.. 4p the result .of '
difculty .with a passenger 4rew his
pistol and Ared. The bullet went wild
and struck and killed a woman across
the street. An tanveetlgation of the
case by the Prisao Commlssion led to
the conclusion that Moore, at most,


should have been convicted onl]. oa
lvaluntary manslaughter in tihe r!.'
miulaon of an unlawful act, the e'
trme penalty for which is three
Moore's mother to now living in
Texas and recently came to \t:lant
to urgCthe pardon of her s,%. tiib
the Governor granted.
Other cases are:
Jhi Allen, Bibb, burglary, flv, year.
tUme would have expired Jan. 2". I'-l
but wanted to spend Christnmai
home, with his family. Commnt'd
J. W. Royals, Lowndes, misdemntsR
or, twelve months: pinrdon



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1 Fell a eo ....... ................ 13-.

PrivateStock Corn
4 PettQull ome. eee ....... '**
4 P1iQl umt .... ... ..........*** *.
1m Pu etd a .........a....> .......
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Glendale Malt
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We bow lew'e isbkn SO y5 prs, alm gdvvmtt in tiw pmwoo~ '"
as Ow *nt. we strkwoy C60L.Morney w 'Umm *ram lv m toyswrlow r
oilr catalinguswill he tom n1qwoLAD ow fr.Ai pd &W vhs. ussvat L4Ia pow Is~1
%Wim by n wwadas*- eeer

JAMA3G~tYLX PUM. "0 ""ofGo N fim C W.&W1*

and prohibition
tlnjt.d States Senators, -
oom s, Congressman Heun
E Rx-Governor Wm. Ce
.W .iy other well-known tem
M0 .e1 openly and vigoroW,
o0fht the amendment, their chief
tp being that the second
6 1. ,PProvided for the inauguh.
"4 Sforcement of dang~urol,
!u 0e measuress.
t additiUlO to this, a great a
believe, and that with
MIO,:,. that the adoption of the
,b R"admet would result in making i
thr Governor of Alabama and i
t4te Governor Comer to the Unite
Seaate. These had become
SOf Governor Comer and the e.
n laton and disturbance ,
w usf ed by him ever since h-
ci.al life, and they aetae
l asted from political life asm

*1e*o two thing--the politIal 4.
2 at of Governor Comer a"
Sie tin awise provisions in the se
OW 600tlo, were the chief, if not the
1Oi.*Maie of the defeat of the amead-.
Mikt. The result, therefore, was not
1 .4et for prohibition.- Punta Goria


We Want to Sell

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Most suerMa i"W
bt gasoneuoutted thse"
ellowpndeM n
B. F. HamptonG R.
. A. srckoundt bW
are of the Newbey Ci
Jue tk hem at Wthe

Samhrram, ef Dr Win, MA
f He Lfvda La g and Us(ful s.
,yM*dMa Baiadenron is a wonderf:
yeMMlm hei fa isood haIth
Si e a is h erUlife, although &h:.
s er one mhudred years old.
T a UIttO to the Permna Drug 2:.f
o, 0oshgi s the hihest edit to I .
rea fr her eellext health and e
s OtNmr ag, Read whatshesa yx
Sael the evidence prmenteAd
iM om m as these ought not only t.
td irjdieulot against Parnuus, bu
OW casiMnoinait
1 jIi"XMaiyafpictue that wa
.f.. we V a before my hu.

1 a a"tr tlreatd efthe Pwnrs
SIiV. have deved gnat ben.
it % iPeuaany ntimya I e
y rl dPamrat a ry great ed-
oZb. I M fu at the merit of it a

i AuttUm.am thatwoyearso I
S mbItmt v ry v ae6e Sold, which
tm i ht e grit OwIrbto the
k| mrt of aaM $ M wd m .x
I trnWmy was msvu ideredltc
.y .T ideaF L I mployd so doc
S tot Prunua was the remedy )
k mAu to-daymyhealthinamgood
W UW Wv imtyl liI
i wavr. I Stillm mtatu to take
h Pe ru sapeaftl i er ht betft
Pemm b aa ideal euo hr old
! people ItIs a empoad of herbal
1 reMediie that has bea ka to the
"b profesion Wr May years.
M e fmAr epratesMatmaolebyeloaa.
Iuga lBttvlgotagthe aamueouas. mm*
, bran. Tks explains why Perwna
has.beme so ezteosivly known as a
starrh remedy. Ctarrh is simply a
oondltio of depraved moous menm-
blasu PerunachaMsu this deprmv-
It. tyinto hlthf l vigor.
A great manyold people usePerua,
Ssad would notbedeprivldofitforany
i esnuideratlo
md People who object to liquid medal*
m. e ais mu nowneaur Pruna tablets
I. Ask Your Druggist for a Free Peruna


rry the party travMled
of LaFayette o'aOty,
loud game In abndanoe,
one of the msSt ae-
ever reported is th oe
st ten days the boaters
mped in that ooat.andd
has been most exellent
and they had from the
to the deer.
member of the party
I ton gettltg aS6 of
for In aU fourtoea deer
to have been killed,
Wrke and other smao l
a plentiful as they Sed

of Thanks.
Sexstead thaub to, an
eo kid to us. d-
ad death of ow iat
thank those wh s a

th e a t ah m.
te s WiaI sIIM.
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Almanae for 1910.

Miss Brkhim Will Make Full Report
Within Few Days.
Miss Ida Burkhim, who was one of
the prime movers In the recent miu-
strel *performance' for the benellt ot
the poor of the city. stated to The
3un reporter yesterday that the af-
fair was a success In every way.
She desires to return thanks to
each and all of the young men who
kindly tendered their assistance for
the performance, and also to the pub-
Hle who responded to the cause so
liberally, netting something like $1(M
tor the poor of the city, and to state
that she wishes them. one and all,
a merry and happy Christmas.

The eating of Hatmbrger steak
caused lItense sufering among mem-
bers of the family of John Rhodes 6f
Tampa a few days ago. At diner they
ae heartily of the meat, giving the
IeMde to the pet dog of the bouse,
ndi within a very short Ume all were
' the canine becoming so seriously
as to mourn pitifully sad act
s itf ea sick. All have recovered
frMt the poisoning, however.

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North Galneville Sunday Seheea Will
Have Seed Time.
From Wedesday's Dally an:
The members of the North i"nee-
ville Sunday school will have th an-
nual Christmas entertainment at the
hall In that suburb on next Baturday
evening at 7:80, when all are Iavited
to be present.
The entertainment will oona"dt of
the usual Christmas tree and an Inter.
testing literary program will be ren-
dered by the members of the Suaday

For a number of years the *ter-
tainments by these people have proved
most entertaining and a large number
from the city who usually attend are
highly amused, and the coming event
promises to be one that will long be

Tax Assessor Colson Buys a Number
of Bales of Cotton.
Tax Assessor Colson has run across
a big sale In the transfer of some-
thing like 300 bales of Sea Island
cotton which he has picked up at
various places during the past few
His latest sale of note was some
200 bales which were purchased from
parties near Fort White, and he la
now on a deal for nearly 500 bales
at a price around 27 oents.

AIIIIEVILI.E, Ala., Dec. l.-The
most thrilling man. hunt which ever
occurred In Henry county terminated
yesterday afternoon when Ioy O'Hamo,
the young nerro desperado, killed
himself nl:in ~urrcunded by a posse.
Since Tuehday last when the e-
gro shot two officers. the chase has
continued. lloodhounds pursued him
so closely that be shot ue of the
One mile moath of here at the e.
trance to the Choctawhatchie swmp,
a cordon of a hundred men surroMnd.
Od him. Wounded. barefooted ad
tired, he maw that sape we Iap
sile. Rather than fall into the bMast
of his pursuers he placed the barO
of a shot Cgu to his breast sad ple-
ed the trigger with his too.
His body was tied to a boggy sad
dragged to Abbevrtle sad plioed ti
the court bouse, where t lay for *e,.
Pral hours.





to One of Meet taet WaWiere ef
the Metheelkt Cnfere
Rev. dgar& L Wlbooe % has a
signed to the aIn"Tll ech"kc& of the
Methodist deaoms aton, aod be win
no doubt prove a hard -sa taent
worker In the aue of (QnW 1
Rev. F. R. Brides, who has served
the church here for the puat year.
desired a chang a adi wa Slv the
Plant City church for the otear,
which he will no doubt miM to the 6atl-
faction of that congteatlo. .
Rev. Wlson brings with Mm rtepu-
tation of being a very mumr t Wrker
and was tranaNmv from the lyde
Park church at Tam;a. He wad form-.
erly pastor for the Methodist Aurch
at Tallahassee ad his work the4 was
most matirfactory, all of wbt will
be most gratifying to the lar' con.
relation he comes to serve.



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ovusle of aman m ruwia e oa hsm"u
and wrppW bbium* lt ,&M thri
In Ohe severtoud o ml. brepea, D
ward Corulgam year$-of ams a dwie
charged puvie 91CAN""ayX
seveateath Uk"IW StaesIfetsby
um i loth"Nigg ONsm Go** 0 I
be lay ISmris the PcCU

uma Iad bb bom I$so Am

ghe "MW erto sold"~i
th -Pod Pies, ,bs00"!b
ater 1 w g Le t u g p w

tolls p wol"
400' wos eI mob~
~e ssue i te*we**AL ~u

woo 0t61wee hesd a4 9W *mss,'
""Pt ~d 'esof lftspiwwW10W
l ossimt"tWa"Wo

locAted.whleb I. sAMe~ereiIMS

Theisof ,wh" hot booi ow,
so" tom"s-riche Isetoo
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Matti Wf B S PO bS. Sb
tedemlheat ,

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isugh ofMr. ow U, 3 isb
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Notice of Application for
Under Section 8 of
Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby gi,.
Stevens, purchaer Of Tax
No. 552, dated the ,th day
A. D. 1907, has filed saw
in luy oilc, and has in ,
for tax deed to i sualade
with law. Said ertificate
the following described
ated in Alachua couLy
wit: o
SW% of SW'. ". Ti,
21-40 acres.
The said laud beijig a-sern
date of the issuance of
cate in the name of Aarn
Unless said certifeate .Ia
deemed according to law, t1
will issue thereon oh the gtk
January, A. 1). 1l. ,
Witness my offiCial i
seal this the 6th dayv of
A. D. 1909. s. wl"
Clerk Circuit C(urt Alachb
ty, Florida.
Notice of Application for T1
Under Section 8 of Chjat
Laws of Florida.
Notice is lierCbyv gil tm
Summers, purchaser of Tax CN
No. 139, dated the 5th da of
A. D. 1907, has filed said ec
In my office, a:nd has made adp
for tax deed to issue In amc
with law. Said certificate a
the following described proptl
ated in Alachua county. Florid,
NW % of NW%. Sec. 25, Tp.
R 17-40 acres.
k, The said land being assesWM
date of the Issuance of sucd
cate In the name of lUnknovw
Unless said certificate shNd
deemed according to law. ta l4
Issue thereon on the 8th day
Nary, A. D. 1910.
Witness my official slgnat
s* eal this the 6th day of DecF
D. 1909. S. 1H. WI1
Clerk Circuit Court Alachau

AIerpart- or t 0 itIr let
"Oil W114TY-Fliva "IRILLIA paw" a an cow% own mi1'. .S. Lor d oflcr ut CA
TW't ftiyto patch p a II thhd4 to"
Wsin"""Ispt bwple *Itts 114"s no,- alin Ove r Of ill Nzd*%& of Lottleifle. Flothw:,. wto. 'nAPD
ifW caegh by ex eriMsIDIZ1 made Hom*estead Iftry No..4 3
Talm From is Pa trtak ask Goi neePlfliis. nwkt&)V=),3 f. for tbct NwkiC:N e %,al
be% of N04.-v,%on ? T~io
GogIe ot w J .G l.rDmplar, wh16 South Ro re 14 1-t e..t "aiI( l4
hab4ma t o th. board, is smowhat 3 A. WL IAMISsten *o..t:&h: IfMA
L u n g B ~ s n orr Ioob bnr~ rsb bsdbr .L~ e:tr 1)rtxf, o --taN.-h (': 1, to
sunwous other prIOdctS be t1`180 eel c at (,bhL11- i '. Fv: V.- LA
P prtlses In oSutt at Federal ceiits Of January. .141ts
%W16 el afpw frm wl U 00es CW KY ndGaiei .. F. White. J~m Crl c. 1)I.I ( I~t
and Iv@ et lo'cert~ainto follow. 8* Slj)W x as of1ite I'lot I N
Curel tile nBost obstinate PUa 7tya, hasU Ocded InfIlm In& ,-BA F pWit CdKe y. ( Bundays ; .
h oldn. witre #%rft*% or ealt deal of syrup from a small acre- on a Mondys. and GainesONVIIIe
flantt:taut luu. a med.rab to Surdy, chlire". FIll
All dealers, Dariug the 350 ao just closed be Gainesvilleo fe: 3Rom No.1,. over I .'
DAM LAVLA I&MI4CR CO., tw To tLwa sbusy for some fave weeks grlnd- .kutt'o sws
Slag cane and maklng tbe same into __ GAINUVILL1 FLORIDA. .
___________________syrup and suga and succeeded In o :;.11
rlP asoul d aoggto ICogital .................... $7`5000.00 mr 1
S masinh twety-uve barels o -choice 0,:4... 4. tID?
syrup, besides a large sugar barrel Dr. Bee. WSlo a surplus .................*****,*pO S C
of the beat brown uurgr. We UiW. VI..6 W
oet of the syrupp Put up by Mr. five year LC !C
Offlers: eeiv r, at Galn-v.'
UMDEAT IKG CO. Damopler was bottled and by thTs pmT S TW .TmPee Gain vi! r"
UNDERAKING COO "' ofthe aof Jr usty. 110 11
to" It required a gret dog sorn all W, Rr. Thornas P#*WdonL 1situ-.0t if rut ft "% I
_ _teation than It would haire ordinarily D ET I T LK. lSroem% First Vkmi.Preeldet Il. yj H 161~C
PULL UNi UP If placed Itbao es but be finds thin W. L. Tayloi. Soeend Vioe.P'eedent. ,,'
141W GOODS". method the most. successful foar be L. 06 Turner, Caehier.'
has customers distributed in all sec.________ NTC ~

-Utons of the State V.---S.--wU..,-~ -
Most siufskiM awutlnICEg A 4M4 5 4~II Ng jis.% btu. .-
seUtt~arsafla, pimples, rabshestc.. a"e due 4L Ab t Ned 0 d W% -r NI- 's
owd 111`01 41011% to ipure blood. BurdockBlood 131v 'isF. 08"N ~W. ft. Tbemee, o91 Seeueoil54. Tu-WI'11,)" .
W,%" der oasiwimters Is a cleasaslug blood toaic. Mae A. Maukfteb. W@ 5L Toy,"e, 'fm~sbswC merleSDF-s
you clear-eyed. clear-braIned, clear, F3ruiS mm t5to mtO Ito"
PNWee sibse esw e t nsomata kwltegar i' jr.thfK
potd Wtafta said be woul d deiverlour Per Cent Paid rID-
O 5~ v I, ~a few 10011111111M thiS 00 61100 but It _ _ _ v 16 .,' a ~ w ~ up m c o r e ~
sees tas t e a a ft"cofletarlas the ..D arm nt- T

1111"11111101 Wi s" 111190Mtraders amd -S i ClasHnla4Ikm.hbib ~?'~
"otaftoebreofIpart"w, have tiled 4 a6 OW -inbrro
Veotacy petkW& o sbankruptcy,gliv. L Od-0 tb
11Ag .i and A44CLAi" t6.000. 7u IL Coamt
& W eIL 1 11eusher b

*&tusvUZ, ~ am to Malne. The amaleur 435 We.DSVIseACuVAN FL A b* a~s"
MINIM____me have shot only three guides to sees Do,* .i

jA bat r,'
FIULobhg CU AMT RH1A 1601s6o10v11us 1~~
-Eu'his ma imn" G&
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SSimilar wounds, but not of uc '
ie ir the se pnatureb. w knhere found p Tth e aon Wa rto 5o.i
tN N other body, which leads ato the belief eM U b pect lr r M.T
.Fthe sister*,ay have quarreled
STheir tatd t beern i v en l u e i former judge of the n rtral
terous a fous Americlan Court of Justice at t

Ir sove s then endeI her life, will perhaps nev with regard to the e lecton of ad ra
atroom t $ g r be know. The hands of the bod and when the oftial anaaolu Aent
c 4o14 Ma y the loor werde carefully cred was ther were veei rorns
a Mtarl sadhC > the head rsd"^ .on a oft cuho oeer and re o "Vrva MI-!" L Wm
eThere isa possibility that both were la on!" "Down with npi m"op
Thit their le ordered, t but the house shows. Dno Ue!" Down with tyranny LeStr live
*o ril b el Whes oft haincs bee erate e d by th e econsetitutloof m!" I. the
.~a found th. B*T o strange ers., thn kd hersf wh
Se, wri tta g'W : The women have lived a tone since He is Zelays Ca dt ;
beelf abo t 1 the death of their ,moith er more than He wtas e orted to the batly of
; Ofteen years years ago, with a large his hotel, where he greted great
to the beltef tN wo dog a their sole companion. Recent crowds that had gathered tnadri the
id carried lm ly the dor diled and sance that time balding, and made a brel oob,
s hslg t~ii T women had been despondent rg harmony and pxs t te b w
L beTg cut dle rThe owner of the house which they pledged that h e "would pheali theTm*mine
ig c occupied having been unable to a rights of the citizens grant free iS t '
investigation s l to admission sInce Tueday last, notified elections and establishlsg & potiy of blowgtalg, ,
,isome deit. a policeman, who forced entrance ys equal oppe ortunities for all. t ea
nothing and *tc ; terday. the women were lat seen At the afternoon sessihe on Cogrem Cs e te
1kaces was a bat p4 o h alive on Soaturday. anepnted c s the resignaton of Dr. Ma t.he
dris as jude f at etral Anet*
r can Courtt and Pacyiagua Pradbs wit SS5 SAtoSh e
S womenhadappointed to suc been dceed eshio. s ur tharmonynd
Ly bei g r thownerA ofth The committee which h ha thea IV rop IS_
Sr upiatedh on e t h of elayt In hand thernlll IrIt to Mlt t t
dI aolmicmn, who forced entrant S ye.equal ne t o a acceptance and the gg
n 1teone lte formulating of an addfrenos ss of thanks T Cow ,l111
0FtA to Zelays for his services to Nicara' srr -ftyf f.
Wna' _I n f gua. Following the adoption of this iaek to at utar MW- 17 i-
IA, Va.. Dec. o.- laing lIts which she brought with her o report, the election of the new Presi. UIS$5. W00let ig of alltthB
f Virginia leach. dent wThe proceed with. the *oml* Ta a54adg a g t T's
es Wa i b One of the stranget feature of the teton o f Dr. Miadt being greeted l- Ole
emrflain her identity the se that the police department, af. with much enthusiasm. The strength ubm they MU SA w ,
M woman who at Vhitai ter all the publicity given, har not of is following In the House was at. Sn
Eca0 Aort aninon =la m Praft was i-

I week signed hers "Rath ieeeved a single inquiry from the out. tested by the fact thLat on the all for beri
bsgo," prior to attempting side world concerning the girl. In an a standing vote, every member rose l sa hoes haimated

kh the mterappointed to suto u on her. Thee girl wa fra t be pe l
nuw ws h b ed s ide Te etion of Dr. MaInihan hethen be ehsA
Sfor deep as ever. and tme woman left without the de etial dlt tr n hs favor
with three 229callber pistol ed Information. h have been pouring into Managua fro N lara at e eaIh
ie head, the girl yesterday Apparently the only posalble clue Lo, the stronghold of the liberals, lag m al ig, 4o s rwM g ag
, prove and .last night it to her identity I. the laudanuht m phialth Chnandeerto and eranada and they Woe s l s th nowProl- l t
ft her attending phySoisas found with the girl marked "Willow came with the avowed purpose of ear- S e t or ht e s
se her recovery to be quite Drug Company. Somerville. Ma ryng the candidacy of their man to ivy or1 1 a ,
, the flrit time luoe she aShe had destroyed everything by victory. Zelays still everym ed m e ry; uhleM i p wg se w 1984" to V #B
1ey brought to the hospital which she might be Identified, even s trong power here, and while it has e bI?"ona
Iay the gistrl yesterday having cut from her hatthe name of bee brought tohis b notice thal. TMa l 9at -- i1tott R
I lke food. For the r at the place where it was bought. en alr. n rot looked pn wt a v or --- -- -.
Ia lteantd interest t br "I camen to Virginia Beach to die by the government of the Unitl _ed
very. She had repeat- because of the remoteness of the States, h stll urged adr t s tl.*o the ooM PL NoI
she wanted to plesa- place," wrote the girlI the note she frot as blth succeaor in ofton e. I 1 b
itth her a tmen's h. ti d left, which also told of y25 she On his arrival her the Pre sidet o
0a baumr of wither vie*o had with her to be used an her burial said that he had blee n it cos e A ic
wil rqei hr eeat Calrdarasecih e xhdor VTwMC :a r

1de aee. and denow in Coata Rica, he lead r f thew l wto th fO

&o8oConservatives aad head of a stf
t wal pVt.e t ad wass ready to carry oet an eopeoPtlae
|' 1141f^ A ^n against Managua. o.- ..
bhaIt d l Ap lyis known to both elays sad M s.
I Ir nAS u t or Ih uidrts that eg nrada the ee I At '_ a. /.
the revotutionists who are reedy to |,
m--do bttle with the govawermet forces Tk __s of .... i p" .i s
l ~e3 0.--rs O IL bar no one was praent to apper at Rama. ls strongly opposed to the n OT GOOD A
td the -Ml them. new Presidet. for It was well n - .. . . ..

bfh-rnt lT atedigsad oefred ball tor the girls lal o i the preidstl ebair. a s I I I O"
It t q s ertg hder hbotae Mnadison avenue hope is llohed, h e. ,, that
eurity. Dr. Madrt, ti bi m ew es estive ar
m tFday .i.h. wi your hoemi worth tM.0 ,Ie i red ty, will be able to m.ebu 11 o 1 ". set
he gourt le aw iguto Bfotas e o na U amef n y of the rough plares sad tigo
f the c q r d tooe, about turh as arab eoak o it s
okers, f ForkOW. I thak it sla ." replied MrtS mu the people themselves the
vry n ohea rmepmt be "It is tvaleed at $400.oo. butt ae s .ho st i ne ad to withdrew
i tdrfi lawy O M Viwal thnk bhere may be a mrrtage uph fro m I ofefire_ "
ih hr. a elAset fi fior 9100.000, which I raised to help .ni Jriv hr tgs
a h!bu with twhe it be hlrtwalst strikers and the woman 4-rfIf vlnPIlt of -rssit4a rei"ay if e-wI*
S had dl ffurage movemelnt- ,. ose that e la .titled to f M
.,M, .. .0,0,..0 rol. 'og- _b

'OM 'WW 1A The security was septw~d r.'ogt*iptuooers Whei v1%ey aft Woa.LhovW46

kbL'n in jail The r Wnft, 4001" r ig
0-'ps about ceveity pr!-400" vpW%%W LON

n. ye&44#4 Up hig fe *6sorb i0s00
Th~-re atl will sow be castle epW W

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tohree tbs. Smed wil P4*b
ftemm" send by &W WeA pgd. rnt is grw WA
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Re pev-Omatli booted In theo w .Umore Ugvmwee h pa
b=* 00 mWW stMain sUrest.N. It r tCeeare Very "W inthe marbOs ave ~mVbl* and GM
"oW aWWthtk mae of the 0Sp edt. have m=and' Cm She PAN mmwUU and v met s
fto~ astheaU LY al wo e *W sm dppe tothenaj. aCkcmvllle by Mr. Pardw WWhIMthe
Ims tcowy ~chan by te sis Is beobg refused by the bomwam. pe m q a wmkkd O
DO"tS. wUobee hsad thesaw* com-
From Dow I~- ~ ~ftnw IS the TOW e oft m h"ere hOWAvisit betas f-
W.HrLMea h Wsdnweft visIts ers yesterday. Oulnesud 110b ueeld.. ..... 14204
w as a 0vistor W S he Haw ___ewife*Wbaiw, was aUm felf f*t 5I. Ot ..d IL l
=t Wa s e as Just she t maey ew oia' OF 51*7?w*du. asKim saume. son........ 13sun@N bS fh e-PNb dg l
his o e&p )ad abmt t AeOeM j W. Kalabme 4f e u ab Smb ...............u"A"N& 3 (Ha=M SUW"boahSOS
d bseo. ~pWh sm i da fowlgab lb who." toI" oft estv. lerl ath aiv~lls Hall ........ Sg Mb pwmS. lft 4 (2 S3.Wq
*0ree""" of the M. ftft u d soonmaps v UBUft Job kReshoth..04,4WI".WHO15 IA 25 im Wa I
W-O e Wt Ibuthedo. .3...31 S f" __ K. L
3.~ f Jahesaib te wW5 S thed~ y~ -W. I

pC^^imJltltrso ati
SEOURSD BY -I f 'er' '' SS Jlp1 2nn

W .a s ',- W f i .* . . . "- .. . .*
MA I abas aemS O rt visy u* p is s or, m
b. friendS t. city.' .t.e mos ves could

-.J --i i th... f 5x i5t "N ) 4)loll,?GH SaYlRP I.
o- was N, vieltol i!,,*itbii y i O the ESet Dn6l
, i^.r j ,* ,. r .i iM TN m I
WFlM MS s.PS T. E, usa T 8 ia T. Mt < a 0 It t.aIn Sitton the

,ff "^ lruaf a isit i 2 N 5555
Wo te f ofw yqla ieyo iw M. tS 4 k l i i wu

h o 1o WlU mOs nt ti n piprlsp w -t M-i it. illn a "||N' wlP i t W i *-
... Oh 8 basia Sr a Me ^^ *'sr^. 7* go W
,eisn i of the oat lvesiye to i g Lo I h Si i eed h l m he t et100fa d. hop

.thersWa *isunigrbl naeotiet the 0e6 MpB Vea A ai wass ser 4 t be

Anl ,y nfo i y M9 1e WBtB hM gon. to J d ton 8i tod the por.p
of delob aohdt rdau e I. t ntME vs e hiht et hsme
SMr. 'td Mtr. A. nadoti el <. d.' WTlt and Whon e f .s oieS i t of e t Mr. and Mri.g
Otohe tsh "ly, so th ciy y0rde or tsu e t
ta, Hep or oth t oUr h Ce.to i 5 a. .^ wo 1oid with th me n t f or pro tat
S . I f % w tias atg w -aNt aApDS oh Newbory, i s att ig

W. t. r o wMs u or wth 'th oai thr b tf o t to t0e elt raeetendet. sHeo
the Because Sh tale toD.Ti PI.I*

p"eroluret heem tbes py. iouie .h wuusiai14u bae pOSl 1 arivea v thde Otyp t6-Wald the ansa-t n

M er, l.s s, i rots d 8d. Aele tariwpo SiLW.l se .\981 w ttswherad

C. e. rles, an of ltyft Wlgt, *UIat elLde <. ft a viiit to trihada $dp, N. l sad te Orla, Jsts In-Rac doh".an't break
=ft y day oI a fort Georg s iad sad reaieod. Wa oeft 1"4 Bi0"r 3ttle heity d s; talkgr.H-
,Gmu .heSME e toereannmr dot di e Hoard. --Teetemro

will spes the at wek at that pot . e, Miopy was m t e t ped h ts ne e
vitUin hits Me th olty yentraty. He bteast wlh seal days at guest of the former's llpedes,' triaQtOe. 5aA tos of all
Mrs. 0w W. Orham and ag*tr, him ori of ohboice omraa whih ta.rJ.. R.P, kbids ehap at te Oew store next e.x
Mtps hiawbeth, haved o oive t the fod dy ale. press otic.. Don't taB to see them.
city for a vislt with the feamly of MrM. O rd* Uteto the ey d e. 'w* as
a Mrs. o. h. Oraham. ae o Hantao M ae la 5 Te as s pat tri for several a viettor to the caty ysterd. He
,.. Mis s uqa and Ma Oladys the ety spring the water with wa sa tis afr aas hee say that the rebwbt rIa Wwill prove
George, who hav aoos t tbe wt. Ms. A. teh.r*. wg ~ g hm. bnetal to the terrs ot hl seef
i *ra part of the yeaty, bave lod i A ese Betmer, am attractive tie, ad the .el. weather following
the same for the holidays aai are here of Rohn wavilstlSt is Ltea Balhg who lste atafo. aa raide It do6d tor kiltag hos.
spending the week. I A t oe it She ect sotea torsPOd t am John,' Jrwill eavpel by br
Ther was only one case before May. p the te.stn Lomftpetent t sof the eM t. JoCha' Jrls wol ltoe the boi
or Davis on Monday morul, when coty. JlW hea p aeesi. Ch 8 C to aP the holl.
rqd MeRae wa ,p charged with die- Jol hAree .o .* 4rch was anmoag dMll et g Mu relatives. They will also
orderly conduct and was assessed S the visitors hets yesterday. He came -ms of Alacbuhs wa among gl a visit to Mr. Chmnuat' daughter,
fine of $10 and oostL. tp for the purpose of oi some the holiday traders I the city yeter. Who has been makn he bh home there
Mrs. D. L. Graham and little child holiday trading and returned on the day. He state. that things to that for the past year.
have arrived in the city from Port late train. B Mm Mary Baird, Ethel Durat.

C. V. MoQueen of Kazitaton wa prets Mr and Mrsy P. Carter r3 Talhassee, arrived Ia the city ye.-
amus o the visitors to the city yesto East anesille i k terday for the purposIe of spending
L thew holwdwy withthei*parets

1 day. He state that his section B. s a established a nieho wlt ti p
S most prosperous and the farmerind buer ate ls plant of MrW. wis Velera Lee Bennett. who has

I daughter, Ella. returned Bunday to nation gwaateed. oeW1. Carolla, retired to hr home1 he
s.hortbut pleasan t visit1to1Mends0and41 w I pleaaM trip, w h er at fs.

et" ootlU Oer" theefo nme oft udma ar gt- The Christmas entertaonment for

W. w wasft T called 0'.f r.accu&teletc"urthr neat he thie -crtonnextoy.He
o day. ine s aes thoa rm r o dais.

Illes of his brother. gle state a dawel o at p a : oo
ieb hs rot i e gee.y e to Are a few of the l
t" tv rertra moRev.y. P. ray.MrwHayadr a y U neatly ejoe y all who atted.
-M1M Anna DaConta. formerehy imn. C.ntat ( ,oea e reason. J.0 why you should The A. W. Hsde Compwa havex
Sof the efficient teachers In the olaMnee. Ms to be Vseet duirrintog the ho days. *
villa e 11g School but now e*age In will visit ratn ives,. and. bu y DIAMONDSI
Steachtig at Alva. Lee coVnty. has a to to the city by the c teyro waall .He
o ved to s..pend the hj at he S o .theW. fraom n.. th. 'nenethatther terovy
onoe her tad friends are delighted eno N B ayAe the holiday, and advise that
to gMeftoher agaw.a svisitng n Should you wish a ps chootheiM ufor.Oa.iveh
Po stmstther a. CwReid of Newbek. F'1* at by
cby hls Mttle sea. a oesioe aRi flog s aJWonc
was aoinag the vistteros h ere e' .r chete g They hau a mos S*i P Mrs. J. K. Purdau tormery Mei
Sday. He cate that the merhasa t y a s s e I e u ft y std 1 Well left r y atr Bay
rof avisnaon all have ymoeri their emaser hea Lo t aM a BlaWcyne ar to ot her hCtohadhe wo
Stocks aet are dat e **t* h e te. yesterday Hor p ta s h a t t een
theCritmaholiayshrihthte ityeyeste aeet he s pmenRta h n Ils a o whmom. haveb een
Iatt. aMrs. In ase Uehenars Lade Broeschst ow ?atted thi Jackonllege fo Wher a


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liclions in thousands of r
one dear in the funilj? M.Sjte
obe sved by early tett,Le, tt
r was. Treat that co u,,,ty
he most effective r,.vny [,
rates to the very eat of nq
Sis absolutely hrnnlb m A.
ckaIe with the tear heal.
0., PUMnacob, Flua.

'Office of Clerk uf tjhe l
Putnam County, Florid.
Fla., Dec. 2uth, no0i,
The County Conimi.jionem
naIIm county, Floiida, wil\
sealed bids for the (<..-,c,
hard road from Palatka R
until Thursday, January.v ,h.
on that day, at 2 o'tlock p.
publicly open same.
Prospectiv,, bidders will
plans and specifications f1
contemplated at this office,
bids may be left at this ag
the date specified.
Clerk Circuit Court of Putr
tl, Florida.


WANTED-Thoroughly exq
white farmer and trucklur
farm near Hawthorn; giv
ences. Address C. W.
tion M. Cincinnati, Ohio.
WANTED-Six young lIdlN
trained for nurses: must bt
eighteen and thirty .anrs
well eduratd., healthy and
character. For partleulars
the Halcyon Sanatorium 1
School, Valdosta, (.:t
FOR SA.I.E -.!a,:-'! *- .-'
per 1,o*t)l. IP r I M J:
vil'e, Florida.
anyo d.e hu. 1 ''
I 'f guar lw ,,' *"
.,lli1 and :.,i r. !'. i.
bottle. Ask \ '
pnf (IR!hv ti'

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