Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 24, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
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Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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: VID01336
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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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smler of Korea, Cief Magistrate of Nasik, Chief
of St. Petersbrg, Are Killed.

ASHINGTON, Dee. 1.,-Three
Government otlolale, the moost
le being Premier YI, of the Ko-
cabinet, met horrible-diaths at
bands yesterday of political as-
The crimes committed were
widely separated portlens of the
d and include in addition to Pro-
Yi, Col. Karpoff., cet of the
police in St. Peterfbars, Russia,
Arthur M. T. Jackson. in Bombay,
),isb India, the chle magistrato of
Is Seoul, Korea, the prime inaliter
Sthe Korean cablanet was stabbed
inth u an apparent result of the
feeling in Korea against Sapa-
Influence. Col. Karpoff was
aiv to pieces by the explolson of
h)mb thrown supposedly by an
Aithur M. T. Jacks was assassl-
by a native for reveOge and
mably as a part of the seditious
fMeeut against British offltal au-

Is each of the countries, the gov-
Rl authority is menaced by a
haerous element 4ireet1 d aainit
I existing regime.

i..n a Christian Who-Ha Lived
In United States,
ISEO'L, Korea, Dec. 23.-Premier
. tL hIa of the Korean cabinet,
Sstai h il to death early yesterday
Y', Chaim Yong, a Korean.
T. attack occurred at 10 o'clock
Stb nmoriiing. The assailant was-
I.tn:Chri (ti ti;, who was for many

years a resident of the United States.
The premier was riding in his Jinrikl-
sha when the assassin came up with
a long kitchen knife in his hand. He
drove this twice into the abdomen of
the premier and once into the lat-
ter's lung. The assassin.then turned
on the premier's jinrklaisha-man, whom
he stabbed and instantly killed.
The assasin was Immediately ar-
rested. He is a youth of about 20
years and la believed to be a member
of a political secret society. The prwe
mier was removed to the hospital.
Yi was always credited with foster-
ing anti-Japanese sentiment In Korea.
He bitterly opposed the faction among
the Koreans which favored annexa-
tion to Japan and refused to present
a petition for annexation to the Ko-
rean emperor. Notwithstanding Yi's
known sentiments in regard to the
relations between Japan and Korea,
Marquis Ito regarded Yi as an honest
and conscientious patriot and refused
to listen to the premier's repeated re-
quests that he be allowed to resign
his office.
It is believed that the assassination
is the result of political Intrigue.


British Magistrate In India Killed
By Native.
IIOMI3AY, British India, Dec. 23.-
Aithur Mason Tippetts Jackson., ileof
magistrate of Naslk. in the presidency
of Bombay, was assassinated by a
native while attending a theatrical pir-
fornance W'edt'.day night.
The motive for the murder is sup-

!y Figure of Woman

Will Satisfy This Town

T"'TON. Dec. 23.-The offl-
of if purity In art is so
! iI., Tenn.. that the gig-
; lhe armored cruiser

1r ,Iy.v never will re..t
,-il. from the attitude
' E. M. Perkins of that
I' 'tr to the commandant'
l'* :, rt on navy.yard. Wash-
*'., the Teanessee was nta-
i, Hitter road:
t r'."ived yogr favors of
"' .ld November of the
; r hut as we had' never
a~' '"'iest for the loes of
t"^ "-f the good ship TeP-





Will Forego Pleasure of Eating Christ-
mas Dinner at Horne and Con-
tinue Their Studies.

Three cheers-yes, and a tiger on
top of 'em-for the 10 young men
from Escambia county now studying
modern and approved methods of farm-
nug at the State University in Gaines-
vllle. In love with the work they are
doing and determined to Improve the
shining hour to Its utmost limit of
productiveness, they have decided, we
believe cheerfully, to forego turkey
and plum pudding and fruit cake and
all sorts of sweet saos with the home
folks at Christmas taie and will stay
at their studies, knocking off an extra
hour at dinner, possibly, but minlml-s
Ing the holiday feasting period la
order that no opportunity may be
lost to acquire full practical knowledge
of the subjects under Instruction.
Those unselfshb and self-abnegating
young men, who, like all flesh, would
enjoy a Christmas dinner and an after
chat with loved ones and nelhbors
at the familiar hearthetoe, are the
stuff that iood citlsena. not good farm-
ers alone, are made from, aad when
they get back to the fields and fur
rows of Escambia they'll get to work
with small stir to put Into every-day
effect the lessons learned at Gaines-
ville. Escamblr eoulty ought to be
proud of her 10 peyraw ering tarm ists
dent. They will help West Florlda
fanning conditions Immeasurably by
their new knowledge not less than by
thiir unusual Interest and industry.-
P* nsaeola Journal.

posed to have been a wlab tor revenge
uplon the magistrate, who hkd recent-
ly niit.tncd a criminal to life Im-
prfim ll,'un t.
Naslk is a hotlwd of sedition. Jack-
son bad been in the Uritslah Indian
ht.r%1 llti V 1, .S


Chief of St. Petersburg Seeret Police
Loses His Life.

%, ST. PETERItil1'I;. Dec. 23 Col.
nessee, and as we had no funds ap- Karpoff, chletf of the secret police of
propriated for the purpose of paying St. 'etcrisburg, was assassinated early
freight on the same. we simply re- yeatrday. lie had leen enticed to
malned quiet. However, if the said a resnot" street of thi. Vilbrg district
figurehead is that of a beautiful wo- -ud iheto wasn liii to pieces by a
man. we will take good care of ber. bomb esplodcd, su. loeedly, by his
if she is sent free. Hut if it i 1omne hist, oneo Micha l VI', kresaensky.
thing scarry, like a ui.rni.ai serpent, we don't %ant bhr at a (W. .Illo ig; the, ,xji.hloiton and was cap-
count, even. turned. An assistant of Karpoff, who
"Trusting this ir f-ts with your at .iad a(c oinpsanied hi. was severely
proval." etc. ,njured.,
The letter has bet the Navy Iepartment. with the infor where h bbad b4,-n (,hef of the aosret
matlon that the figurehe':id ie not a pol,.
Woman, neither Is It a me rnm:id or it
se serpeat.t AT ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH.

ator McLaurin Dies

Suddenly of Heart Failure

-, ne.. .-VakedI
"CAI J eaindiedI

asbt at lb hone Is
sdo@ to ft "ack
1% 14 cer.withboutthe
'r at 4: U: odeh.
Qa I tro ggonusisu

opmauegwas aedi
h'. ~ w s lemomm
''~"ut ft T aWi

within a f.-w mom,'nt after a remark
by Senator M3lraur-n that he *wa
(hen feeling better than b bhad felt
at any time sinee bhi rWeent sevefe ill
aess. resulting front aa attack of ptu
maine poinonina.
No aanoentement as to the funeral
arriagoeiets bad be A4 ade up to
a late hoar last aht.
As to a mc Ctor to Sesator Mc
Lawl it t potted oet that as ap
poet 5-t igS he is mmedsatly mad*
by Goversm Noel or selected by the
w-b 1 7 ****a

bhree Masses to Be Held on Christ-.
nma MormnII.
Tomorrow aurn:i:g at,11. Patrel'sa
(Catholle church three Wasa will be
rel'. ratrd. The t ;.'-h will be ap-
prheprla-'ly d-cirat'.ri'J cordln to to b
Ijiman (Cabol"ll'1" frmfe fur thisa *-

The Rev w atFl r lt.>wbii ll eoe

duct the man'- r r-
.' Z2 a m ., f '6 "**' I
ward by t e '
third moerv". wi l-

first to betn at
..edisdtely after
Sana. and theo
at Is o'lock.

At Hely Trinma Cheluesa.
Oa CbristMas moriotng at HoHl Trth
Ity ehuebh there will be Mrvist *
o'dock. sarte lding nbort d Meatse
sad the CeFrattoen "4 the tly Ce-
mwale. Os esadI Dee. Ms. sh*
reast f St steabn. there wO lbe
serve at 7 a. a. *e: a. -I
1. s p a. The w C. W. pio .
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Calls on the Arctic Explor to Submt His Data t

the University of' CopenhageL.

WASHINGTON. Dec. 23.-Realrm.
Ing his confidence In Dr. Cook, Rear
Admiral W. B. Schley, retired, yester-
day called publicly upon Commander
Peary to submit his proofs that he
reached the North Pole to some scion-
tiUo body other than the National
Geographic Society. This, the Ad-
miral declares, should be done at
once In the Interest of justice and
to establish beyond question the
claims of Peary.
The Admiral believes that the same
body which throw out and repudiated
Cook's data should be permitted to
pass upon the data submitted by
Peary to the Oeorgraphie. SBociety
"The Danes are the beet posted
body of men In the world on Arctic
matters. he said. "The consistory
of the University of Copenhgeon
show% hbe-give the opportunity to ex.
amine the Peary proofs, for In that
way they would be submitted to the
same test that was applied to those
of Cook."
Moreover. Admiral Sohly believes
that the submisslon of the proofs
to Copenhagen should be Insisted upon
by Peary despite whatever the Na-
tional Geographle Sodety's attitude
may be.
Admiral Schley declined to say on
what grounds he took exception to
the finding of the selentlsts of the

University of Copenhagen that Oook
had not been at the North Pole. ,H
merely reaffirmed his lief in the
explorer, adding tha he believed al'
Peary, too, had gained the top of thef
The Importance of the Adalraft'
demand la Increased by the fact th t
he has had wide experience tIn t
far North. In 1184 he was In oe
mand of the Thetis expedition wihef
resulted In the reecuo of Ueut Oreel
and six men who had been cast away
at Cape Sabine, and whom the dve, l
lined world had practically gives r
for lost. For his rescue Amds lsI :
Schley was awarded a gold wat h V a
a vote of thanks by the MN fhlaN
Legislature and a medal of honor I1
the Massachusetts Humane ooloety.
Members of the National OeogMapb li.
Society declined to discuss the I0
section, brought out by the naval aM&,
cer. The saolety is still sMftlag i.
der the somewhat curt reply iM
by the University of Copeshali
Its request that committee
sending the esodety he peraitt ed ,
be present when Dr. Cook's data V 1W

Will Not Withdraw Heonerm
Copenhaesn. Dee. 2.--It is not 1b*
(Oontinued on Next Pase.) |

Georgian Serving Life Term

Gets Nice Christmas GIft

I W.%HiNITON. rDec. 3-Eisht

a doson years ago at Parts. Texas, to

Christmas gifts In the way of pardosa a brief term of imprlsonmnent for re
and commatrations of sealt.nves. gra.t- eOlvTig stoli property.
James and Lincoln Wolfe, fullt
ed by Presidenl Taft were announced bdd (.heroln.d In prioa I for life
at the department of justice yester. for murder, had their n,'ntences coam
day. muted to expire at once. The A$,
As an incident of land frauds which tornoeyJeneral says It seems clear the
sprang up against non-rerldent owners Idilans toere convicted on evidenos
and were carried on t/ squatters misleading and only partly true.
In Boutbern Georgia, Charloe Clements If his conduct remains good until May
was convicted of conspiracy and ipur- 391. 1910. the sentence of flve year'
der eommtitted at Normanndal.e and ini'rlsonment, which ordinarily woMlt
neatnaced early In IMOl to Ilnprlson empire November 25, 1110, will theb
meat for lIfe. President Tall bhaa b rommuted In thr ease of saene
reinmute.d the sentence to aspire 1 l Itobinson, alias E. I. Robinson, 0so
mdilately. victed it Antlers, 1. T., for burslsy
'ardt.us were granted In two North and larceny.
CaruAina postofice esaes, those of The President has ommoeted to e
John T. eonard. sentenced to Ave ptlr Immediately the seiteoce *I
years' Imprisonnmet for breaking into eight years' Imprisonment Imposed j
thbe oflce at Dunn, sad tht of Charley the ease of e N. Iludi m,. eoovlet4
Williams. aOtened for a like ter at Halllawa, I. T., for carnal kilawledg
for a silmlar olenau. The Atloreylenrasal ys the the pr
A pardon retortas dvil right has or ba bee In jail for srtly tmhr
been grated Albert Smith, suite'nMed roara and eary be innarent.

Poisoned Whiskey Killed

Samuel Hogan of Highland

BTAR iK., i.re 'As -An *,'p"t was
e4d. Monday nlmSt to puion Jobs
Iasosett of twar HFighiad by a bottle
of whskel Ibtoed4 by esprese fresm
jarkson ville
After hbsrtag that the wlhshey was
la the eprotw elkie, be seat a rel-red
band fort t Oid r*aer be peered
-m ome ad gam k to the dark"
sad the Navw the battle to Sa wl
n ana wbo teo a 2 a rwtnk. NAad
f*e to Mr. am t's e. who e
Go* as ANN IMI te aw we
41 weu~~tep





bitter sad nest have alafine ia It ,
Mro. RAoett debSta.4 lacking any, as
If bad qulain. Mr. IFane ltt did B -A
Very see Mr. Hessa was tabe,
elosetly ill ed athealMtb everybtlag
peaibo was d be 4 he ied toa sho
thirty sautes. The boy voaited ad ''
is ms anset well The eoloered
Ito sti ti a ertilea ecoeditlm. is I"'
peasae was a ae* as fUowa "I**b S
a lead for the- beday."
ab held a a ,ne0st9 wIth te e
Beta *woo,




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148 Gov C ,'w pilO THIS

slt Warner Believes That the

,Aaoilation Will Be Sucesesul
SIn iFight for Lower Ratea.

Iremldeut P. D. Warner, C. A. Col-
h, J. D. Stringfellow, Messrs.
rvis,.Crown and others comprising
* membership body of the Prult
SVegetable GroArs' Assocdation,,
Returned from Jacksonville,
re they were preet at a bear-
Urfol the Interstate Commerce
I speaking of the results that ha
i obtaedU Mr. Warner said.
we have already obtained
| results from' the fight we have
Swe have not ceased in the mat-
and this last hearing completed
g pala of evidence we have sub-

redtuoUon the rates of 4 cents
he ig red has been ordered, and
M elective by January 6th. but
1 did not stop us, for we completed'
lght made for even a lower rate
,this, and feel sure that we are
s ucessful.
t sto the final hearing in the
qd we have submitted a pile
Mndee before the commission to
wherein we are discriminated
t In favor of other sections of
country and we will eventually
rewarded and save the growers
y thousands of dollars In years
me In this respect alone."

person Disposes of Large Swearin.
- lgen Tract West of City.
' real estate deal of some note and
which will be of interest to the
sl that recently made by F. P.
orson, who has closed the deal
the Swearingen tract which lies
of the city, comprising a number
0re" of very fine timbered land.
e buyer of this land is the Pear-
Company of Fort Valley, Oa., and
understood that they will come
at once and beglit the operatloir
large and extensive plant upon
'i4te In fact two cars of the mill-.
equipment is now loaded and en

connection with the sawmill the
l will also erect a planing
and there IN sufficient timber
Pford ample' work for the mill for
time to coie.
W ftnllhis of the company will
their homes here, and it is
tood that they will be in the
Immediately following te boll-
With the Allison mill. hils will
ua two new large mills for this
following Christmas.

the meeting of the Board of
Commissioners to be held on
J January 4th. 191. bids will
ealived for the hire of convicts
*Iwlng )ear. All bids should be
and addressed to S. H. WIenges.
Clerk. and must te In hand
uasary 3rd. 1910. Any desired
tlon can be obtained from him.
tight to reject any or all bids is
ed. J. G. DAMPIER,
R t Chairman Bd. Co. Con.
H t: 8. 11. WIENGES, Clerk.

t for five overeers to work the
highways In this county will
IeelveA by the Cotnitis*loners at
O meeting th>e fir.t 'T':uezsay In
ry. 1110. Those only who have
'xperI nce In working riad s ee'd
Ioard re'rves tthe right to
It all bids. J. U. DAM I'ItR.
S,. Chairman ld. C. Coin.
lr? 8. It. WINNCiOS.
Clerk and Auditor.

I of Stockholders' Meeting.
lo hereby ai en that a stock.
saemting of The lI Tony Cl gar
y will be held at the offl.'-
corporation at \\'Wah. F'lorlta.
Sa. ., Detepmb-r 71. 19,11. for
r of conaldering a prv;nleot
dmeat to the charter.

be beet place to by.v your gomn.c
A the miore hkth Iitese you to
Sthremgb am ad. t Tho P e.



We will close our
store all day Sat-
urday, the 25th,
to celebrate Xmas

We wish yon one
and all a Merry
Xmas illd a tHap-
py and Prosperous
N ewYear* :


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The Mabel Palge Stock Company
are nmAsTng their headquarters at the
Brown House while filling their en-
gsgement in this city.
N. A. Walker of Tallahassee has
arrived In the city for the purpose of
spending the Chrlstnia, holidays with
his daughter, Mrs. S. 13. Rogers.
J. B. Davli of Waldo was In the
city yesterday aid made a pleasant
call at The Sun office renewing his
subscription to Alachua's luminary.
Miss tiesslo Glover, who has been
ktiendung the Tubman High School
in AugiuKtt, (Ia.,. is spending the holl-
days with lier parents In thOt city,
II. V. Wiggins. a former resident of
this city but now making his home
In Palatka, has arrived for the purpose
of s~t'saing the holidays with rela-
th 4f.
Miss Nellie Wright, who Is a re-
cent addition to the land offlye force,
has been joined by her mother and
sister from Washington. They have
rented the Chapman cottage, where
they will make their permanent home.
AlbtIrt N. Eddins of New York is In
the city and will spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Eddlns. His many friends are glad
to No him, as well as to learn that
be is prospering In his Northern home.
Mrs. 0. 0. Thigpen and children
left yesterday for Tampa, where they
will spend the holidays pleasantly
with friends and relatives. Mr.
Thigpea, while he will be at home
by himself good-naturedly declares
that he will have a Christmas dinner
"cooked his style." and asserts that
he sho' will enjoy It.



An alarm of tin' at 10:'*0 lt tiihtl
brought out tt l ei tp.rti.etet with it- u -
>la! lrmI; tne's h t the i:>' > -t th!t, .-f

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Nelson Williams, living between here
and Campville, died Tuesday morning,
aged 75 years. She had been married
55 years some weeks agqo She sold
one acre of ground to be used as a
cemetery and she was the first one to
be laid there. She was a very worthy
colored woman *
On December 22nd there came to
Mrs. Cjense one of the dreaded mes-
sengers of/evil, a telegram telling her
ts:at her daughter Mary of East Liver-
pool, Ohio, was nigh unto death. The
another left on the evening train for
James Lumjpklus visited his parents
laht wet.k.
MrR. Atwater and daughter. Susie,
of Waldo, visited Mrs. Wm. Paulsefh
last Sunday.
Mrs. Wm. Paulsen visited Mrs. At-
water from Sunday until Wedne,,day
of this week.
Fred King and wife of Jacksonvile
are visiting his father.
Dashlel and Wiley TilUman, our
merchants, visited Jacksonville on
Tuesday of last week to buy Christ.
mas goods.
Rev. T. L Z. Barr has been sent to
us for his third year. The people
are ready to welcome him back.
Mr. and Mrs. Kale Yearwood of
Atlanta. Ga., arrived la our village
on Wednesday and will go to Melrose
to visit his parents over the holidays
and be present at his sister's wed-
ding. which is expected to take place
next week.
Miss Fannle McMillian. who has
been vl.-tiig her grandmother In
North Geor:a fur the pat.t three
mouths, retiurnIl to her home yester
.o Ad:-Ui ti:! a business trip to
;I atlie ;'.l. i, > ''(hnesday of tt hi

h~ic e laIttA,(-10. t.'in. rgi r 1-a-4 been quice' tkk
ww it-i felt er the V,.t-. 'a~iar .. 'Lt .~ st,.
I'rcmupit amit''. i e ni t te m rk thq th il,-
*l41baitfiiviltutlWe, t. .e.i'. PILES CUR.'CE) IN GTO 14 DAYS
k"% ~ y I ki. 'A.' JUN 1 MN1 ft guarazzt.i-ti~
All titl th' e ho"- n 0- jo4eii A, n lc iv. a.ya % !lehing. 1tud. 1ltie'e
esVI.J. i, tev t. io-4i ai ~ufa iei jo ~iii, U;4r I ri ir,.J.1.g 1'JusIe~n 6 to 14 da'.
ism alut1t lv~ a" 14"%, or ev .ey k it et'.
letflchb'* Ow, mlna~l wet' ~r lwr-lor-- --
..~~~' t~~v Il..4 a ~t i' wg~aeCtR
__ A-OI 'f f.'t~!g e u
The Bun 01O've. to-'- a. nit. t vg rds ."e*~* .k. it,

~ Ajwa 4 y 1.

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titgrasps I.
more tire.ble.
:'ingso bed foe
stop it IAyer's
rsgdar"M16 r



Soe of me sweetest hours of home-,;if .
3 ed:d Sr the gentle, kindly light of the ve.

IJf b ayO Lamp, the light contributes
I* d ar'-* is reading and sewiig easy.
. .iraos ame-eah Wng eyes after reading or sew.
AlarflW i ts"p of the ayo Lamp.
,W Le1 difues a steady white light
is of say ticial eight. Made

(O tsWUiMd fro Pa 0e.)
ieved that eltber the University of
Copenhagen or the Royal Geographls l
Society will withdraw the honors
which they conferred on Dr. Frederlok
A. Cook. Officers of the university
lay that the' Istitution did not be-
stow the degree aa q reward for the
discovery of the pole, but merely In
reoogpltion of Dr. Cook's Arctic exr
plorautons. T2h Royal Qeographical
Society tasee the same ground.

Says Cook Ought to Vanish From
Ceneieratlon of World.
CHRISTIANIA, Dec. 2.-Pridtjot
Nansea, he Norwegian Arotto e-
plorer, yesterday "broke his long al-
lenee and talked of the Peary-Cook
"It la my opinion," he said, "that
Cook, i no ger interesting. He is
practically a dead man and ought to
vanish from the consideration of the
world. I never trusted him, for the
first report which he made did not in-
spiire ofhadence, especially his state-
ments concerning the distance of
fourteen seconds from the pole. This
proved that Cook was ignorant of the
simplest principles of astronomical
observation. Even his later reports
contained nothing of value; on the
contrary, they were filled with Im-
probabilities and contradictions.
"From the first I was unable to sup-
port Dr. Cook. I therefore preferred
to' keep silent. As for Peaty, I never
doubted his veracity, although I did
not approve of his behavior after his
return. However, it is easy to under-
stand his Indignation. At least he Is
a man, and there is no comparison
between him and Cook."


We Ca Cive
SNORE QUALITY for the money
S I sany oibher plumbing concur is
thb Oty. Eweybedy islookind forall
the y m a fe tif r money, and we
ive i 4m what they are looking for.
SThe "let" Is "Economy" in the long
run. Our Motto: "Not How 'Cheap,'
But How 'Good.'" Cheap plumbing
m aws heavy doctors' bills and repair

Ring Up 151

"RIK: EOTE lr,..

Jacksonville, Florida.
Rates, $1.0C pIr day and up. Rathe-
keller and Cafe In eennection.

Phbysiclans Advise
te e of~ goodlaxative, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of u:'
fod from gettinginto your system.
The latest product of adenc is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely ve.tvil iv.p-*ti .
relable ando a pleasant, aromatic taste. Veovo acts on the liver, as .t! I .. t
itomadi and bowels, and Isof.the reatest possible efficacy In constipation, .. :,
bilousoema c, tda heaachs, ustucarenes 4catl etc. Try \T1




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8gE WHO 42K A4MS

city Ordinanoo Agait 1 This
pl.sance, and Other citiHave
Made Them ClN r OtdL.

The beggars and loafers must leave
ity so Marshal Dell stated to The
Cn ..ort ThUrdI. O I Intends
tng reall caught at this arce.
Not onlY have other etUs pIt a
the class wh1 eome here and
ale tlms all during the winter, bt
all of the professional class who
kil this a practice oat o0e year's
ad to another.
ihe marshal t bezea 4'~a.N.p ledd to
Siei)bers of the Cha Association
!d he intends to f ords l
Cce along this l1: kw as he
ptibly can. and aas t stance
d the people to rid Galn la of tsOf
,'Ass of "tourists."
This includes all of the trimmed
o." who manage to get about in
aderent nodes, for It is generallD the
se that they do thia but t el
OI country over Id. tils amaner.
T'ere are a number of worthy
lor ie subjects o .In Me ity .Une,
ad when the citiUeastMW W iled upon
to respond for their benefit they real-
'y think they are betal "goued," for
j many cases they astt tUd class
'whom they consider deservik.
The association want to aslast all
w(rthy people, but they believe that
M* home ones should receive the first
eatideration. and It is for this that
,bey ask you to hold your subscrip-
tdoes and send such subjects to them
to e dealt with.

Everyone Invited to the Entertain-
ment at Church.
The Advent Christian church will
hlie their entertainment for the chil.
dren and members of their Sunday
II|l thi- afternoon at their church,
Joca; ,, lt.-t Main street north.
A o: inatiful and pleasing pro-
St:: l,. beent arranged in connec-
S1 i i t,. tree, and a most pleas-
S ;., i; anticipated.
r:\.: *i, is cordially Invited tcl

Th iJ Furniture Store



Ilost people use
e ii, out of twenty-
... I,,, I dainty, ar-
-,' a. "*. epitome of the
'1i kill. Such fur-
S" lse seen at The
' i. Furniurntre Co's.
r ride, yoplr wile,
r, your daughter,
:. ownerehip aund
S>urself glad. Of
S r stock is not lim-
l-room Iurniture
t parlor, dining-
Sm t well.



we have the


are right-

Because the Qjality

is there-

Are a few of the

.reasons why you should


from us.

Shodid you wish a

nice Diamond Ring,

Cuff Links, Stick Pin,

Locket, Charm, or a

Ladies' Brooch, w e

have them, and can

please you.
olfUwilng fu the vote ina piano con
test at counted December 20th.
Gainesville High School......143,074
Miss Marrion Parker, City.... 102,527
Miss Vida Barron, Bell ........ 93,187
Ralph Chapin ................. 93,070
North Gainesville Hall ........84,066
Miuss Mattie Jennings,Rochelle..64,480
Miss Belsie Waits, Hawthorn.. 62.431
Miss Annie Price, Wade.......31,132
Miss Eva Powell, Alachua......16,162
Miss Rosa L Rives, High bpgs. 15,471



Marshal Dell Being Deluged With
Complaints as Result of Boys.
F'or the past few days the coi-n
plaints of numerous small theil l ha; e
Leen mad,, to Marshal Ih)IIl of Ilu'-
cles, etc., but In each case tlhe Ui-
chin s have b|en lo ated on somIIi of
the side streets. which leads the uffi
cer to believe that It Is a practice ofr
a nuiim. r of the boy) oif tito (ity.
On Wednesday night, however,
soonnti)i' cinterv(d the offices of S. Ii.
lhinipsey. tear thille romi Houet', anid
,nok a nunihler of i,;rkiackes, and ecat-
(ered \aluableh iairr i In every direct'
i'in. The oftfltr \%\as pli ed to work
.:l;on the (cai.' nitl! fe' ls coInfhide t
that h i has the parties located who

Because the

.o'umitted this a t minok.,r in hiin 4 < We jit iump over to
The aboe is( onIII a n.rall Msitpl I'lith aventiueIml ,a ll at the famous
if what he i eomplo lied to work on W-aldorf-Aslorl:. a1 I take a peWp at
during the holidays, and while he be- their great l.all '.,rin and limn we go
lleves it I. a crowd of boys who are down into thi. I, ,. ,ient district and
working thIe ity he will handle them new just how tli,, lr live, All the
the sanm as profe'rional burglars If views are new ai.d up todate, and
they are tight in the act. every word altterl by the talker Is
------------ clean, bre.-sy and enuteritulantng. I)o
TRAVEL NOW HEAVY. not fall to hear tin talented talker
-- II In r' t a hi riure. but a "talk."
All Trains Entering the City Art MNir R:oblrts i. well known In
Crowded and Delayed. fa;ine .,ll., ov.:. property here, and
While the railway officials le ha !!us rill.en lIhl', soournjlng In our
added extra passenger c1m :'t-. I.'r ti. rity oi:.e of liiI b i tplayl.
accommodation of the ('hrli.ma tr.i -
el, the cars are still In a crowded An Enjoyable Ocaaso*n.
condition A merry crowd of young people had
For the ,'ist #'-,.k irav.el through wa ,r) ,'1)yble4 ",, Wednesday
this city Las Letn incrauming and tlahe '.nnig in Ka.t <;.Ineevlll at a pit.
local bubilie ha% picked up until *a, t,'n in hi,,,ior of Mises PvM

1 ija 1inow litter than It
so the ticket aKge"nt' lan .
past the tr.itr', have r.Ai I,.
owing to incr-a-,4,i travel ,
same will continue for *ou."s
lowing Christrias

-let Wa.o,
rt (2.i'.

f~ Ae,

Crossings Being Cleaned.
Marshal Li0ll had a fr( torday cleaning the vari su" street
croaingt. and gvtterw about the qi'ar.-
Where this uork *A finished It added
vomy materally to the, general app-ar
a ,ee and should bt. done la the same
nmsaer all oler Ibt city
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i)ean and K~h'-i ii',.tUbeohave JwAt
retiurtd~fr~timstI.' bindsCollege ("I
WvUt.A-.:8 at 1 all.11-..-00to 51'vd the
hol'IfI,. .w siits .. r arent..
Thosee ulio hall 11m1#9.slawre to at
tend w*fr#, ml?... i'.a 1)aU. thel

Addl# Itiharil-';. i"is.Padrke
Ilid' a iiarrist,n. ..'. IMessrs 1Stafford
flarke~r. u. fe,.lait. Gibbms Cb..-
not. Clasr Ic V., TuisraftM wisw.
Mack ('art'-r. (v, !*KJanebrow, (as
Wpervio~lr. junitso'Kinoo.brew
lb. 1p1ll&u *a% repred by mas s-
mllpet ""k Td h.t h affair "samV0404e
aW-S by eeLall r. .451

I a.this 't hod of isforilsai the ilde.Cfds
weon Of@1the City of that l bM As hb the sssAl (cNsI "N66 t
I wW1 mat be aca OWdWIm M*Sl relCtlce "NU 6eW"e0(fthe y sky &7wll
to the 6tM1U ODf Mayor be rhimi d OAUt&S mt rday Me"eeptie.
HIOEATIO lDAVIN ibe vs of 0to IQ. abg they Vol
-ble aE3ow. heLb. gll ey yofI u k
T20 Saa JZ ML f Sl4 rat& b4~ *.Lt u&sly




Mabel Paige Company Have Good
House for Opening dill.
Mabel Palge, with her strong com-
pany, opened a three-nights' engage-
ment at the Baird Theatre last night
uto a well-pleased audience.
Miss Palge has always made good
In Gainesville, and the mere fact of
her being connected with the com-
pany is an assurance that the public
will be well pleased, as she always
has associated with her a class of
good performers who know how to
bau:dle their respective parts.
The openlug bill was "Sweet Clov-
er." In this play they have cleverly
woven a story with its rosy begin-
ning around the usual thorny path-
way with Its heartaqhcs and obsta-
cles,e through several well construct
ed dramatic situatloas. gently unwind-
ing to a delightfully happy climax.
It is seldom that a smoother or
more finished performance is given by
a stock company. Each part was
handled gracefully and ably, and the
performance went with a smoothness
that was In every way pleasing to the
Tonight they present that popular
play, "A Crazy Idea." with "She
Couldn't Marry Three" for Christmas
matinee, and "Klu Klux Klan" In the
The highly pleasant manner tn
which the players acquitted them-
selves last evening Is an evidence
that the house will be better filled
for the performance tonight, as this
clever actress grows In favor with
the Gainesville amusement-loving pub-
lic the longer she plays here.
A pleasing feature of 'the Mabel
Paige Company Is that each and every
member of the easte are la4les and
g ntlemen of refinement and high so-
rial standing.

William Lynch Roberts.
Mr. Wni. Lynch Roberts, the, so-
styled "Witty Amerloan Traveler,"
will take us all on a "Tour-a-Logue"
tour of the city of New York at the
Laird Theatre on Monday evening. Ik'-
ceintlr ~ th. Boats are on salt at
the usual pla(e. The subject In one
tnut will be sure to be very entertain-
in4t as well as interesting. lie will
tl11 us all about this the second city
of the world, and will show us by the
aid of motion pictures, taken by him.
Velf o( ltho spot, antd also still viowks
highly colored how this, great city
looks. You will vis1 all the politas of
hlt< reit and(i .o ~aill in thin tour go
into I ni.eir lnad or think of visiting. Hli
star at te la lt. ar', and zig 1t-ma Ule
(hlamigh (thIe illiv,.' n and byway) of
the (ity to ti' liI.rlisan riv r. We
go) Intlo C 'hilmunvi. we V'e the oplum


Capital ....................
surplus ............... ...

W. R. Thomas, Presdent.
4. K. Broome, First Vlce-PrealdosI
W. &. Tayler, Seaind Vlce-PreeldOei
L D. Turner, Cashioer.

Mayor Davia Places Certain Restrie.
tlons on the Sport and Allows *

To the great delight of the small
boys of the city, and also a number.
of the older ones, Mayor Davis has
suspended the fireworks ordinance
from Friday afternoon until Saturday
night at 10 o'clock.
While he allows this practice In a
certain portion of the city, It will be
seen by the. following notice that he
does not allow the use of them within
a'-radlus of two blocks of the public

ly this order It will be seen that
the dealers who have always used
them to a great extent about the
streets In order to attract the crowds
to their places will be barred from
the practice and the marshal and po-
lice have been Instructed to see that
the order is obeyed.
By virtue df the authority given
me by an ordinance of the city of
Oainesvilld, which prohibits the dis*
charge e fire arms and fireworks In
the mltas of said city, I do hereby
stmpeod the operation of so much of
said ordinance as prohibits the shoot-
Ing of fe.-crackers, skyrockets and
other fireworks within that part of
the city which lies more than two
blocks from the public square, from
2 o'clock Priday afternoon to 10
o'clock Saturday night, December 36th,
December 33r4, 1909. Mayor.

Will Start Farm.
James A. Peterson, formerly of Ten.
nessee but recently of Inverness, this
State. has decided to make Alachua
county his future home. Mr. Peter.
mon and 11H. A. Fisher have purchased
a farm comprising 250 acres about
three miles northwest of Gainesville
and will engage In mixed farming,
stock and poultry raising, etc., and
aM both are consldi.red well versed
In matters of this character. It Is safe
to predict that they will make a sur-
sm nof thie venture.
Want advertising is, b force wbiel
.ou iant barne., iand with whlib ytO
eas drive your plans sud purpose
to say desired deeumatUe

A K. Broome
J. a. Padgett.
,. F. Duttens
'. A. Maulteby.

We Whitest
W. S. Theaa
W. IL Toy

Four Per Cent Paid in

Near tGoernmet ullmNig.


Breads Cadke, Pt e

Wagon delivers twice daily. Les
your order at Bowman's Ko m p.
bread on sal at all tree h
broes. A trial order approcitat4,

Mid orteI

Noveltiles, Book&, StatlnOr,
Souvenrs Sheet P ictur
and Pictum Frnme .....

8g S t Libeuty t S ,mi.

Tamnpa lJaeksouvil ail

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Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo.
cal points South....................... 10:10 as
Returning, arrive OainesvUle ................. 4:25 p
rave Oaineoville for Sampson City, Palatka,
lake City, Val(sta, and all points North 6:00 pI
!tturning, arrive Gsaintville .... ............ 9:@0)

A. L GI6s, .on Supt

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If it I, worth more to someone else
than to you no matter what It is--
a want ad. will be a good inveytinent.

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CA e*as rVS'Of 00"at Osiseorilip
IPA 11 ee~1 A mail matter.""W

iL L.3eCRZART..Wdltor aod Publisher

Ma ROANT..... Business Manager
y, M. PRUWITT. Supt. Composlng Roam
,Ol o In Haymans Block.
"411 W. Main street, 8. Telephone 21l
"s Dally Sun, published every morn-
*Mexc,'pt Monday., deUlivered by carri"
M city. or mnuled to any part of the
.Mi t4 states, postage free, for $5 a year;
S sIe it months; 11.21 three months; or
.80 enats for five wee *e-tricty in ad-

r eading sod. ton oan ,lmn 10 oenm.
j Me for irt istertor dld oenets for
4ac0 additional Snsettion.
Rates for display advertising made
Sawl on application.
'Vt T Tw l-a-Week Hun Is an eight page.
A"it- column paper, published every Mon-
sad Thursday, and contain. all the
-ewU of the week, locaI, State and son.
0*. sad will be called, poetage free, to
"Y1 part of the United State, for $1.00
*. yar-4n advance.
A advertisUin bill become dud after
.0et appearance of advertisement, unless
,,jderWIoe stipulated In contract Parties
S.M IIdOWn to us will be required to pay
J0- advertishl in advance. Address,
SGaineevlUe, Florida.


As Christmas is a holiday which
lanterso holding regular "sits" always
0e0brate, and- there are no "subs"
t be obtained In Gainesville, there
IU1I be no Issue of The Dally Sun
B Sunday next. Our force would be
impelleded to work all Christmas day
half tho night to issue a paper
Allowing this holiday, and If ady
our readers expect so much of us
e cannot require It of the faithful
lnployes who have so efficiently per-
rm$ned their duties during the entire
ar Just past.

There Is one consolation In a tariff
war-no warships would be In danger
M the mud.

If Champ Clark Is not careful he
Il soon be entitled to be called
-- . -: ;.. . .. .
; The condition of the banks Indil
that money is not being carried
*0 concealed weapon.

Siotation of l'ariania bonds now
t seem premature. The Iig Ditch
not hold water yet,

Mr. Carnegie says labor should
with calptal in the profits.
ad thoughts are best.

That new canal at Colombia under
tUb auspics ought to get an old.
Pension before It starts.

SA onstIutional amendment permit.
lIIW B Sulser to declare war would
a strong argument for a big navy.

speaker Cannon makes good the
of treating Insurgents like
by turnial them out In the

American Ilnseed Co. has advanced
i price of oil five cents a gallon.
It making prerparations for an It-
M gallon?

,Lt us nt4 gi't excited about a prioh
interitent of the Monrow Ikh-
|re. If Inec'' tsnry, anyway, we could
H ly re urrvtt it,

SA radlli> of Mr. T.aft's III(essag'
a nve thi" illi tltrn-l 'n lthit Ie dhldn't

lse hu d
'd Accordiln t t t, in'" ,>;'. .'v ~il, JaIpat. nii> .litt ltr how tior >il. It{
be in the ( )lt t ,lji>.ii dws not l'
atid to :lit lithe' diir.

.~tIs dc Ii'.l-t1dthat I Its'bil1k 10300 f
lii. idIi' du.'the 'riiuc

below i a I*%:- i 1%a slk~itruil
lurn, tolureibrkrti.

1ion that ttbi MAII&Ahajs10tu i AAI
lotof Rinse. energy aiid iko o
ificant thin &ahich do 11'.1
t. Tb s&ame .ilnditurc it %d.
to realy Ituwi~ant Mutin ii.1 I:
It thoir life and make It far fliir,

which a d I The oter' Mu
sine some three years aso, we deem
most appropriate to present for the
careful peruasl of our readers on this

Christmas Eve morning:
"The world has a strange habit of
hiding away un. tglasmouwr of vis-
ible bqa*y 0d lt a h that
-wouldilt tie eyes to see, and
burden the heart to know. In city
streets, where Joyous throngs on
pleasure bent crowd, the pathways,
the air Is full of laughter and the
pleasant speech of men and women
to whom the .world Is kind. Thet
evergreen holly, with Its ruddy ber
ries, the flowers with radiant color,
the fruits that And summer in pal.
amee of glas, vie with the diamonds
and rubles that rich men buy to
prove their Christia kindness, and
the laughter that we hear sounds like
a general chorus to the bursts of mu-
sic that from all sorts of places try
to tune the heart-i of the listeners to
the festival that coming tomorrow.
For it is Christmas Eve In a great
city street!
"it is hardy polbjle to believe
that what w" see and bear is not
typical of the geashra condition: that
the same eager anticipation of the
peace and plenty of thld great Christ-
day does not exist from one extrem-
ity of the city to the other. Do we
ever remember the action of the laws.
that work in us, and try to understand
that all of us are apt to take our
own thoughts and feelings and cover
the lives of all our fellows with them?
If we are satisfied, we imagine every-
one else must be; our content ought
to be enough for all the world. On
this coming Christmas day may every
mother who reads these- words have
her heart's desire, and may she re-
member, too, that in our land the

Lord who came to us long ago Is with
us still, and in his loving grace, be-
stows enough of all needful things to
satisfy all who hunger with.hunger
of body or soul; that there is no need
of want. or misery! op hate, and that
there might be none on Christmas day
this year If only the good and kind
and wise had in former years under-
stood that while they feasted and
sang, their joyt would find sharp con-
trast in the destitution that was liter-
ally within arni'm reach of them all.
"All through theu lung huurs of the
Christmas bve and inr hito the early
morning, there are little boys and
girls. Ill-clad, hungry, facing the biting
winds, with slush-sodden feet, trying
to earn a few cents to buy dry bread
for a Christmas feast. Women there
are who are alone and sick, fighting
the deadly weakness that ls born of
exhaustiou, toillng os through the
ilow pausing uilnutes till the dawn.
that they may not die of hunger. Rag.
ged, homeless men crowd into the
dirty refuges for the vagrant, to lie
tossing restlessly about, coughing in
choruses of agony, thinking In dulh
horror of the better Christmas In days
gone by. And in the hearts of all the
unfortunate, not one bright gleam of
bope shines to drive despair qway;
they are living In. not passing through.
the valley of the shadow of death.
"All there are lives Immeasurably
worse than these--young girls driven
by drunken parents into the streets at
midnight. when the Christmas bells
are ringing; wives beaten by men
fresh from saloon bars where they
were, making ready for Christmas day.
What nuudt God think when groan uuand
shrieks from helpless human lips rise
up from sordid homes. and mingle
with the nmuale of the bells that tell
the world that Oidx's Son loved then
all and lame to earth to bring gooxl
will and peare'? Or rather, what should
Christian mothers think, and Chrin
tlain father do. to enid the disuordl
ild give to the Cbrlst the world he
iltihl to saie?
*'Not olil. the p>'tsing charity o t
thei dai), nut m>irell t.e g Q dittiit'i.
th warit ti hes. at1d lth. kindl)I
.tt'rds- -all th,, are, gi'kl, how gtiWl
Ith, o' nly know wh> knaw tiell the'
lo.-r Ilut the -htlid C( ri. t a h;. borin
that h, might miaki' .trtt.g U:,'U Anlltl
gSd ao n tiali tho would btith 'wok
and pray for the uplillftiZnK of the *lsi.i.!
and f-tlII:t. 'o t ouhtlel *t tIto thla it l. q. of i ';: ii,<'u kitll er) in.l'l
lnew'r rec t itm i t he( rv et'' .t.
w ht an tulit ,t I: :. Ir.t (', d'is a uiind.
uatc oft garItr.d he-ai, and t(;Gt'.
Ileanty of "lnlon'i }r,. nmiht feed the
lilts of the huntgr in darkened slum.
,ntl gladden the soulw that ar,, deso.
Iate lia every sin-ur.,d ho'l Iin GX'.t
.ioretd land. atJ, while they mIlnls-
te.r to prewont ie.dI. Wruld4 labor ia
t'> t'irt of the Christ to tove the


"What a blessed Christmas day
that will be! What a glorious aim
to work to bring it nearer to both
rich and poor!"

That tfha rwwl man don i nnt always

Interred with their bones
sized by the record haul
of coal cars a mile long, by

Is empha-
of a train
one engine,

on .the Virginian Railway. The fore-
sight and energy of ;L H. Rogers still

$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one' dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional disease, requires
a coantitutlonal treatment. Halls
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, act-
ing directly upon the blood and mu-
cous surfaces of the system, thereby
destroying the foundation of Uie dis-
ease, and giving the patient strength
by building up the constitution and
assisting nature In doing Its work.
Vie proprietors have so much faith
la Its curative powers that they offer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. 'Send for list of
Address F. J. CHBNEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by all drusts, 7?5.
ke Hall's Family Plls for coasti-
pation. -

Alfred0. Richardson



Cement Sidewalks
All Kinde of
Cement Work
Cement Flerer
and Drivee
Tiling Laying and
Tile Walks
t,oncrete Walks and
Stone Excavating
a0m North Grove, Street.
Gainesville, Florida.


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"U* edM heart ood to beime
Paft qc the Sreat company who will
prepare for every real pleasure aval-
able on Chritmas day. God does not
wish us to be wretched be-
cause o many are, and to
be miserabj# "r. their sakes would
do o.rWa.od to them. .-Therelore,
th6ue the family together and enjoy
all the good God glves. Sweet is the
laughter qf little lips, pleasant the
greetit of friends, blessed beyond
telling to see the children who are
doing their own work out In the big,
kind world MroaIng the treshold of
the old hbome once more to make the
family complete. God would sooner
see us glad, with hearts that ask no
ore, than to witness our needle
disedotent But do not forget why
the CIoist cmaJ that It was to make
poverty needless, to deliver the -vic-
Ums of the sins of others, to save
us all from eMs of our own, and for
this Mnd he was working the whole
year round, aid so he expects uas all
to do. And thus the Christmas char-
ity will be a permanent emotion, fore-
Inag f to work.so that every comilt
hristmas day winl be a better one
for all med through the constant force
of Christian wisdom working for the
day when
"There shall be no more curse. '
No more of pain and careworn faces,
no forms bowed with disease.
Oer all the earth the Lord replaces
his' raisee of ease.
No more the curse, no more the cry-
lng all thirst and hunger o'er.
No more the night, no more the dying,
no tears or sorrow more.'

will race daily. The

most noted jockeys of both ('ontin uts
will ride.

Over $3000,.00 Given Away in Stakes and Purses
We ask that you attend and judge for yourself as to the
morality of racing, and also to see that the ,but pi,.1, ,f
the country patronize the sport and that racing brigs tthou-
sands of people and millions of dollars to the State.


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

D. Brown, Vice-Pres., (;en. Mgr.
Joseph H. Patterson, F. 1I. Lord.

-F. B. MYERS, ManMer---

Don't be misted, for none ar
So od s this.i

I t II ;.,. fid







a 0 a Fla.


Should htl itA policy (if fire instrnarce, which It
antee a nmuch-,eded ,,l Otottion to th-c f, i
Sour part we iil
tbe that 1 ,lr
which are iii
,, est and moost lif' '
panits, are am
best to I had.
miumi. art, low. w L'
Protection afT.-r 1.
more than at Il, '
-- rrite orf i-

A. M._CUSUMAN, Apot, io



Has beei n *MinI L .'g-ti <
Sto-day the SeAt MIeaiIM i 0tuet on ti :

muge, ..
Prike 258., 0e Jad $1400 Ref~e All .
5O-.02 Soetli $Se0o d S&treet, ST. LOUIS, S .
3 alndfUteeo-som4nd0d



Under the Ausplces of

The Florida Live Stock and Agricultural

State Fair Association

One Hundred and Ten or More Days of High-Class lRacing,
Commencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Six or
mote raoeseach day. The best horses in the United Stat(4



for the
, is noW

p*Dttw.. 4#
igu ois.-t
0- .fi

L en of Corinth are S
iO a bear hunt li

Sends are fast changing
I important deals IIv

tramper dt en

tS e time. In St.

Ila Times aM s:
tre are no trust price
Ws glorious Florida ell-

Ww dwelling houses an
of construction at Noma
ents of a substantal
;be noticed all over the

gathe past week baa bee
Iyti.tna Mr. Fix caught
su and a basketful of
* the owea, pier on Wed-

year-old son of D. Y.
| Rice Cret k, in Putnam
adergoiti the Pasteur
Offset the effects of the
I dog.

I5t %olicitations of his
ngregatiun it is said Dr.
osenteid to continue his
lun at the Seabreese
SSunday afternoon.

Sha., Levn established at
Iu the George Company.
iad that this company will
k to th' farming trade,
ti fanrnrs ith supplies,

ardo session of the
Meleren|t, in lakeland
el ,ro?.'d to the Lay-
hary Ct'nfrennce to be
1 Texa.. FNebruary 19-

tn of the World hold
Ia n th. t'. E. hall
tral if thi ladles have
l"ten.. diision of the
ip 1 Suie enough names
'urtd for a lodge at

Pl* miu,;'in u very at-
to th. niront and side
Methodist church at
3de cenient platform is
will be built up by
stels at both en-

I eof St Augustine was
'serOus accident Satur-
I' talking along the
i of th.. ()c.an View
Sfel arid broke three
BA : ,.r and sprain-

k : .ie oyters
ST~ 1f some:
Sr ,.ol osters
Sr that at-
z these
-* ,'*' '. lnrhen
au hin


P \

Ii -

*! All
'~" ''rk.



1ur stad xhbalt
t t wa an oyster
Jg- probably fifty
vfta in ste from
ao tleh in length."

years ago. In
to whose shell
small oysters.
a half-inch to

oi.Jo .osatr of F Lauderdale was
IkUe4 recently while aslsting the
laubtngof the dipper on the dredge
a1rlade. Without a moment's
warning the' heavy mass fell upon
Min. crushing his lower abdomen,
siagW n his death about three hours

Rollo Reel's new cement block
hoqnm which Is being erected In Or-
rja' is said to be progressing rapid-
p-r.fhls Is essentially a one-man
hs"f, go far u its erection in con-
wuned. Mr. Reel, who is an indus
trtoul younl man, has himself handed
the cement blocks from the factory.

Messrs. C. M. Hall and Charles
Plyaltt of Jacksonville Heights are get-
ting ready to put.in nine acres of po-
toes on land belonging to the lat-
ter. There seems to be a universal
desire to thoroughly sample every
acre of soil in that town and to spare
no expense in making improvements.


The very quiet but pretty wedding
of Miss Lillian Evelyn Notes and Mr.
Capers C. C. Davis was witnessed b)
a few friends and relatives, and the
members of the Delta Alpha Clas-.
last evening at the First Methodist
church at 8:15 o'clock.
There were no attendants, and their
marriage had been planned very situ-
pie, without decorations, but as u
surprise to the bride, the Delta Alpha
Class, of which the bride is the presi-
dent, decorated the church beautiful-
ly in greenery and white flowers. The
Rev. W. J. Carpenter, pastor of the
church, performed the ceremony. As
the beautiful Mendelssohn march was
rendered by Miss Dawson, organist.
the bride and groom entered the
church and advanced to the altar to-
The bride looked very lovely in a
modish costume of champagne rajah
silk, with which was worn a chic hat
of the same shade, trimmed with
white ostrich plumes. After the mar-
riage the Ilohengrin march was play-
Mr. and Mrs. Davis went at onlt,
to their pretty home, No. 102 Adalhl
street, on the Sulphur Springs car
line, wheie they will keep hours;.
Many handsome presents were receiv-
ed. The groom's brother. Mr. J. II.
Davis of Gainesville, Fla.. came down
to attend the wedding.
The bride Is the attractive and ac-
complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Spitler, this city, and has a
large circle of friends. She is a
member of the First Methodist, and
choir, and also an active member of
the Friday Morning Musicale. Mr.
Davis is a young man of splendid
character, and a member of the First
Baptist church. He has charge of the
A. C. L. branch freight depot. In West
Tampa. The Tribune Joins in wishing
the happy couple many Joyous years
together.-Tamp Tribune.

A Hearty Appetite
is what most babies have, but Is of
so benefit to them If they have worms.
Be sufe your baby is not troubled
kith them. Sure symptoms always
hungry. rings under the eyes, not
galaing is weight and yellow complex-
loo. A few doees of White's Cream
Vermitfuge will expel all worms. It
is a positive cure ad reliable. Price
21 ents per bottle. Sold by W. M

The ClIn~s.4 Burglar,
"'' C h! imts-.'. I, iir:. I:, r 14 the moist
d ik cimt tonive I 1..1 4' f :1 tI L i. 14 P iW '
Weto f.t : I, UIn -*4
drel gcesipplrw;'v: i,.: ~'
ttIPlIMd w-'tboff! -'(t 1,' '.he'1%Im
slippery as sat, .'I'.'1~ Al
Not oat) hiffi I -* ti-' te
ans31wer t~i thaut I.. *'. ; s'l i'
dOn. UP I" a L'e.' gs1v.
sand stvuck f.-;, *. 'If
"bth te pftata. : ..- -I- r'
oftv3a" es 'a Ci.,i- In I
ftenghai sl ibhi, -I :. i,':#- Ip
ON S"d Withlb ib s 1r, *L --
blir, lip's 1 L..' r 'I' %Ltt,
a wrga.


Stab 8oseuih A&eM for Sbeel L a dm
Sla eof Flerifd
Secrutary Desrd ea Trade


The Hampton-Watson

Real Estate Brokers



Gainesville, Florida, Dec. 19th, 1900.


The other day we heard a blight 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 Lot
I I 1 0 -2 1 - a 0 a -

would be something that on each.combs Christmas he could

remember that you gave him something really worth while a

in later years when ready for his higher education, the pro

from this one Lot would pay his tuition through the Univers
of Florida.

Give the boys and girls their candies and toys and th
something really worth while. They will thank you for it
the days to come. It's up to you, St.Nickolas.
Sincerely y6urs,







_ _ 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 sending four
one-rentt stamps to I). Swift A Co,
Patent Lawyers, Washington, D. C.
The diary Is bound in a beautiful
stiff red covor, contains W96 pages. gives
the amount of corn, wheat, oats. to-
bacco an cotton produced in coach
lState. 10 paxes of other valuable aIn.
formation, Muchr as business laws, pat.
e('t laws, business forms and popula-
tion of all Stattes and cities; worth 25
For three one-cent stanimps we will
also send a flne wall calendar 10xll
inches. Semil n ev'ii one cent stamps
or the dlar) aid calendar, worth fully
41) cents.

Out last night? Headache ad sery.
oug this morning? Hicks' Capudlee
hust the thing to ft you for busia&.
Ol n's the head-bra4me the sorve
TlO L At& &m M.

)I, ''t e-urtly the' sr~rw' I"u' -*.e
uv1' oo l1~q -it dir t; rr- la&idrmt 1%

An nt-.reet mado by us io flu,-'.q"



mma sa SUA

Deft UoflHople'*"

A rbm7%ww Tvner and Rehuilder

aul they faliv& Try Ra!ltrd a Ff. 'Rallie!P-it-l'Obaed [VmAIJ a"I
1bAnmt,-4A willdrive away 61" Wwk (h-a~mrms
ws ell as you ever w?' trove..F.-i ~ 4~~v
thy V.W. IJ ohatme- 1 .I*0. & "',A '.* 11

A Glorious Xmas JONES BROS. a CO.



Photne 3O.

219 E. Liberty St.

.. "You ran make no misttak< if yIt 1 aeil.t
IET QS MAKE YO UR oM, *rtcle of "1 h11W-urnlaihing l r nm
LETth US MAKE OURor for your Hoildy (lft. Tr
Share hnndl.l ont artidei hfre thlat Ill
X A C A a l provtve mt asmpt e|abl4as well as slirn.
XMAS CAKE tPrI and will bm l"Iing as well
as tutbful to tl*(3 mwivlng them.
Give we y*ur order new so you will
net he disappoInted. Yeo will be p n M e 6 2.,
pleased with y ea aktes If youp et it
fre o me. We al* make fresh oS Lt eW CrmuWO. ... .*11 mup
Caee and P4e,a whih we will deliver .F iFlmCo Tfts. 8.1! I0s I
to yeor hm.e, daily If ves will phone
NIo, 116. 15 | Frl ...... 1.1 Is

Fam Lmp.M.......$IiJf toI
ena hk ...............Us
mulaclm ..... ..... ismom.u

Uibe Cswass ~wig

212.-1 West ores .L
Ri h ----31

Dr. B s. WIdH


Pro s I Ca td it a m




Ce-,w I


Se~ pp~ m~ d :killa
A** ovo jpeig's bv mdW.*'*

'S C

.~i *s


Phone us at M40 and let us call an'I
get your Clothes to Clean and Wress
preparatory for this great event. Witll
your Clothes clean and prqeA td or
way you will bix In much better i
shape to enjoy your Xmas than other-
wise. Our delivery Is the beat.


IL. T. Sehafee' Prop.


Sraftc Peum Trme
LAd 3mm hdspm~set
-sale, am Invesae

au."I*. ror feIhAre r dwe
Ike @"Few

LEWIS & o00U


sar. to Mapeta sHeis.

All Kinds of Doetn We~r Prom ly
a-d Propety ose.

mww eft aWk a Oty5N.
&"e of ~?4&1 40 sPplies


~ I-i -I~


I==_ ult- *r 0


kIliUtIi I IWI0.1U


VwTatltMy and Cleyvness of a
Shrewd Sootch Lad.


He Poured Forth His Extraordinary
Documents In Prefiteion to Supply
the Demand and Wae Plasll Es*.
pesed by a Simple kttle Slip. .
From the days of' Isldor Mercater,
wl I f ,red letters of the bleshope of
Itouam with sucb skill and succesq-thit
they were treasured for tcnttrles Is
the Itoman archives, .to the days of
Ireland. the notorious forger of Shake-
spearean plays ad letters, and OChat-
terton, the clever and ill fated bpy
whu died miserably In his attic. there
bave never been wanting unprincipled
auen who could forge ancient manu-
scripts so cleverly that leading experts
have been deceived.
But for versatility -and cleverdess
pose of these forgers of past centuries
could approach the cleverness of a
young Scotchmnan who years ago pro-
duced a long successloa of forged no*-
uscrlpts which completely bafflled the
connoisseurs of the world. Tbe true
and full story of these remarkable
forgeries is almost unknown and is so
extraordinary that It may well be told.
It was In Edinburgh that tbhis n-
comparable forger practced bhi arts.
and it was by an accident that be was
tempted to embark on a career whihl
after a spell of great success, Involved
him to disaster. One day the prinri-
pal of an idlnburgh firm tf lawyers
told one of bla clerks to clear out soe-
1al boxes full of old documents, te
accumulation of many years. Among
them were several, documeaft and an.
tpgraebs the value of which the clerk
was quick to recognlse, aad be had ao
difficulty In finding purcbhaser for
them. As the supply was limited ard
the demand coustantly Increasing It
occurred to him to supplement the gen-
any documents with others of bhi
own manufacture, and as be developed
A remarkable skill In forging and had
already won the confidence of a large
number of arollelonr be found it easy
to dispose of ims uanmty forgeries as he
could produce at very profitable prices.
Many of them were sold to collectors
nll different parts tof he world, others
wore disposed of lby action. amnd the
renuilulder were pawned uad sold as
utis-Mdeowd phlldg;e. These fo'rgerles
covered ai very wkle riige and Includ-
ed utlogranihils and llttersr by well. Miary. tiuieii (if lPr'line (' Cirllte, Jilhii Klnox, IRob lly.
tllr'i N. t.-ott. T rhtkerity, I'nrlyht. .lalic.
bury. (itlatisiani, l.Lord Nelsoii iand
aliin'y other liirei 'f noite s well as
vatt iquasititilst I of J itolbtle corrempotid-

So (ltVerly were tihe fol'rgries eze-
cuted Ihsitt the liriestt iurchliiser of
'ce.t l's i't terms itwvn igenit lteiiman who
Il t It y hliad i -1ltrhIl iim lt of the great
itisli r-' a ii iimL tS i tl r ami .M A ilmtHi foatl
to I.1- liihuithtl rn iii, d wiva
jim fritillliu' r i ii lS. tt'5 tiilidwrltliin
s1'% lii i | |it. 1imidl hli i' aiul of the tltai
tli: itiihil ll l orn li.t mii''s tworka
piat'iiitasel firt)i-evt i hil'tern puriport-
ilig 1- ) l.t o it'-d lsm i'tIs fsr thel nuil of
I.':* ikl. l. A asy iUrge Collectiontt of
thcrl'' linilln.etrilplo wiias puiircliinsted for
a aiti <,rf river t. ti ii l iirm'ilesenteid to
the lti'iit htlinry., New York. where
tliey itre fotr %inlle litti, r'egi:rdedl with
ret'iine' an C.i i'er tre'sure of the
lit-> srt-.. In l sl ii1 ,Th It4 l;'l 4h4t'lr'l> wM t
All' 'i. lii h' i ll i i's ( -tl 1 l s l s hi lll l
til oll l 11 ll ll' m '> I it I lla' hes l''i r islll 1

Tlhe,\ it ic n t'liitrl iiltlit ilt cIe1f stlion
liy li r |-!i% z tie dt fta inlt' resicly pur
c'li.ias itI haiigo' Il' i< 's. \Vhe' lier lthe
f>'srg it'"t iaitca''ia'. :ii;hts' t .l 111 h :ir'lte'>s' ator
1 0iitit r tl i i t! ,a' Ic 'n s.' f c liti .t e reP
iiiarl.:ulelh > 'i r.i.! s t Ii lhh'hilt his uoisu (
L.iLii'iil luihis.t t-ix t'.lil lillli' andi
Slilt i brlig tlisi'r i r '.er to a '1h fia'rer wi>a nt in-N t'l ie.rs Ihtrougiilh a
u>il'l.t~.> ofs itlu> i ii i i t l,' \t'r tutul)
ili u'd li' ,iro iy I! t' le''iNi a uplb.ile.
.\I'.i>ig the' Ulinry farg'rles he lro-
Ii ti.'.l 1a j>" sa t i-mui iy l3 I ,'s'rt Itirit.
It v. .: ais 'lc.ha tIn 1a'o i Mati' ltt r y-
I*" n'ad riop 't'iI'd i t iihi NIt il l tslil.."
Anlltii, t the tao>r. ain .>' sItl al at 1s .f state

T e l' f i '' \ ,,I, "' r ,'t I p i"

Tllis ja( -sti. is !, *'l's I l of i tnte
te ltt 'c tr el iil-'.t \ .l l . i,-,'..p d a' l tias w ithli tIc ,'-tI til f a u '
Insi thaIl a e't.i'itlIh5 :iii ta i .i- '.at
is.tii \ss' Inst,"i slla-l. e->'d lhe Mn 'ltS
f lit isn I t 't *ilnccaud lh Ihll
sof I ItIc. in a psenis as.Itres."stl tso tis.'

latbko r.r.
Thuts It Alsth'.trVtstthat ifthOw es.r'%v
w're actually %ifrt b ly Hurms the
pM Mumeatbaveolrt'alew*1 tthe utds'r
the pwqm'ueym ut tljumm ua twgo at he
tory imma-vrv agr of a l~k4of WirtU
y~ream Aisspkiace "4"v'artuaeol. diMb
wtasat sowe Mtca tbea b. hedrwstl 08
otbo &er qcumeet wilt"hod "wsteaed
fti'~nt the maw sibert9. Thtw I-a-ot'5v%',4
Jvetia su hhmielo 11W Pik'e'tt.rt'


046'. omeyWmaring That
ow"aiuevN.Omasn am
Atom Ite Ignsme


warn Y V* u mthe kidseys are dsL
WeU WUdaa Oavele aa clear. Oambr
fluid. tdr ki neys send out a thin,
pale.aad foanqs, or a thick, red, $1-
smellin g rle, ftll-of sediment and
UT-glftr of ps(dge. *
from the ck.L Back pains. dyll 'and
heavy, or sharp and auete, tell youe of
dek ltdft e a *d *ar ou .of the a>-
prose of drop, diabetes and
Bright's dlgeas.. DoWn's Kidney Pills
cure lick kidneys and cure the
perinqltliy, Hire is proof in the
statewBt ft a nearby resident:
Mrs. Wtlhaileth Moore, Madison ave-
one., tarke, ha., says: "'or some
Unm 1 i terse from dull, nagging
backacehs -,an4 distreslsng painl
throuugt'ty e1 I could not rest
well apd arose In the morning feeling
tired and worn ut. My kAjteys were
salggish and the secretions very un.
natural. I at lneagh procured Doan's
Klipey Pills and they gave me the
desired rellef pemptW. I ha since
been tre from backaches an aD
throuNauWy 11 cand my kidnt s are
normal. I am fobeell better general-
r sad give oani's Kidney Pills thel
credit? I .
ir ale by 'all dealers. Price 50
ceats. rost-eMTUb1n1 Co., B.6alo,
New YTo*k, soaents for the aUnited
Remnpmber the. name-Doan's-and
take no other.

of tbs British Malcwilansld pt'odounced
"a worthims lot of foriteries." and col-
Ieetorw ll = world over awoke to the
painful *~tvry that their treasures
of old wmascripts were strarcely *.rtb
the~piper they we"s writtpo on. The
forgoers career was brought to a Wd.
dSaoteenlmatlon. I44 yss brought aUP
for trial and sentenced to a tprm of
lpIuonflMent. tltUa closing d,citroer ot
fowgery wbiebl3 or daring, eieverflem
and success bas perhaps never been
equaled.-New York Press.

Blood For Broad.
lluugeOi To what letimilha will it
drive'wteu! Here is a jiasange from
"iiorcie." at title otf Nutloletat's damys d*
sirribing hjw teni ve'wrati hulsiars un-*
der a young officer, after two days
without foutl. fought Ilkii' tieuis for a
katui of bread Kislen froin a wood aitn:
*'Ife trembled with covs'tonsilitsa. but
he did not piuve, lie was starving.
but lie wais tin ottiver.
"The forettont rifler speus red the loaf
upj Iti h iNs xbelr. clutcedeaIt anid he-
Sau to ciii. Thei ot hers quic kly cloase'd
fit o)il him. lie wII'4 r~ippe-dfront Is e-
Wildd n md list It Mt raniig~leuI. Ts i'trvad
fell 1i1111:l4) 1. 1u. TheIlIt' tsts',sbeslbt'-
gralit) light II bts te' ..r s-.itmid
It'Ir rnl ierM ffht-411ti lsl (1111' ,,Jr.t ,,I
Iii. rain. 4 np of them reieled wideritr
witter strike und fell Iaivk oil his
"le I'It Ie tflileri flu msg bintssvafl hit he
nice' stmid wus tharsipwnfrtto h l~uibi irs,'.
Apt 10-'cruvi' ed atlomg the mudtaui't (oft
tlme '.i ty of t he t' Ifn mpmivghm ets lie tint
IIl* hasmid fill the lirritii. IlmIeI .i~ri alt
obi~tt %m'.iiti' al. Iii- benst ov s'-r hisli r azi.

lili1dbcg it trout v lew of tlist'ttrisgtollmg
-01iiv 1rsa. Audowlk~ered hIs tit-if lid adgot
tim sat- lot uder hWut ltoeth11 it al sitei."'

Nature's Handiwork.
T e 041,An juIIII intheIN'14-ach ir pimiIt, I
Ott' deL..aIt'.iand *,ti' hl(s.123 s's.t Ih;:t I o
cointiost liin h I liste fruit with a tivedle'ma
loolulit %N" h hit l ,i ,ak luu, the v t-ade.r
stalk. 1Ititi ta ye it the 'it-%% iof lis4. might I
utttr he iixhulet' ur(&ate of I hv fruit
anid dilissiieittrte In thue mitirmmuing. leua
tnX the Sguer *Fgrotm th sniore ittrsh'rly
i111111 rAwaflhltul thIn itoctire. 1,114.'flew
vi~ers. every leafef of ithe glont a'ak. autil
11w, mighty in"-' sdrinks Inthei're'frre"'.
lugp tititosIttirr' to Is. ts Ithmirsty li-itrt
Its. -: chitillilitus gof oisr.'ss.. auti theIisa ''
triull ?hn$ ',tv lth- 1-i I qtst1:t
slre'nt It f lbs 4t~ i I .t Ii. i
I the dom -4 i Aia s titiu' l :11141 '-sin'ro'la id 1,
nzs~ncsleA cr ow s'iui".twt rrsivistli.,' j'IV.
4 r "lht- %.:;tW jwt, e or t, i. it s h
w ith les!a ii-014 to. it % II t % 4a' 1 t vat tti

TMe Correto Timen
To stop a cougb or etritd I* juxt not
'oo' 55 uIt stafts--then therv will be
nto danger of pneouimonia, or "mnsunip-
I In" -Jusm a few doseiiof Blwlard.
IllorehowlidSyrup Miton at the sKart
will stop the coughi. It It Wils besm
ristallflte" anfor' Uomtotm. tbotreat.
amat will be booliII. bet The curt is
oeits. Sold by W. IL Johlass.

Seeda* w" ft in I h ow e *4& .

TO n Th Was aned to t,
PrtlteMt AI *
Be was- '*ewtit 1idte ageot eo
the most auieve type. Vor t*wen
ty llinutes the Jady of the hboue bad
b awaiting an opportunity to y
that bshe already possmed 6ne.
At last be paused, only, Io enough.
behvTer. to trust a card into the
Mas hand.
The bit of pasteboard was certainly
a "ovelty.
"My name is Sellemn" It read. "of
the frm of Blank & Co., sewlug ma-
chine manufacturers. and I intend to
prove to you that it is madness to de-
for purchasing one of our unequaled
After a lon description of thie ma-
chine c('ale the following:
"**You uy plead that you are unable
to work a machine. I will remove that
objection it fifteen minutes or In three
legions. Will call next Wednesday."
When the agent called again a six
foot man opened the door and blandly.
remArked: %
"You're the sewing machine man. I
"Yes; 1 called last week. and"-
"Yes, I know." interrupted the big
man. "You don't know me. I suppose.
My name's Bury of Bury & Keepem
undertakers, and I Intend to prove to
you thatIt ist I adness to defer pur-
chasing one of our uneqipaled coffins."
The agent began to edge away.
"You may plead that you are scarce-
ly qualified for a coffnl." the big man
went on. "1 will remove that objection
in ten secondik."
But the agent simply tore from the
bouoe.-London Tit-Bits.

% A Hector Outheotered.
A publisher's reader at a literary
club hectored a group of noveliats.
.You chaps." Ae sheered. "must al-
ways be coiing new wonrs. Good
English Isn't good enough for you. In
the last halt dozen mantcrpt novels
I turned down thero were such borri-
ble neologlsnismi is 'lie hoarned.' 'abe
purrtitit' 'they lhrilled.' 'lie gliumped
her.' 'It sti'priet l.' nad so forth.
Faugh !"
"Let me Inform you." cried a novel-
ist defiantly. "that your remark shown
a pitiful Igniorance in your part of our
mothbir tongue. As for 'shrllling.' Ten-
uyson writes:
"'With petulant thumb and finger
shrilling "Lience!"'
"Cbhpman. the great Chnpinan. is an
authority for '*mrrotilig.' 'Glimmpptng'
has been utiedy Iy Illowll and Lowell.
and 'supreisse' as a verb nmay lie found
In Alelley's Intters." -- Washington

Her Heart Was Broken
llecause her complexion was bad
and she could find nothing to clear
It ip. Ladles-a bad complexion is
caused by an inactive liver. An Inact-
ve liver dil be put in perfect condL
tlion by taking Ballard's Herbine. The
unequalled liver regulator. Sold by
V. M. Johnson. -

Her Unfashionable Figure.

M:1t:1l I i t'.t go right away to a
c:lre> ih lari.nlb:nt.
"Indiae'. \VliNi ah.'ttiirudlred tbat.
"N\o itit.r miy dreuantulIker."- lile-

"il"nlsh? 'l! is ; a rliiple. Isit lie ar-
iHs.H.- Sanlkbh I'roverb.

Micks' CAPUDINK Curqsa *ick Head-
Also Nervous Headache. Travelers
Headaehe and aches from Gritp Stom
rtcb Troubles or Female troubles
Try Capudine-It's liquld-e-fects ni
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Is ww ]K dol Mp the stomach at iW
by nsurin gbod digetion. Kodol cures Dy

Kodol tare good dgstis by to special effort by .t
absolutely dupUcaMng Nature's "sUmulants" dor 't cu;e
normal prooes, In perfatly digest- or accomplish any t,
Ing all food takes Into the ston- does dieting. Indi.,
&ch. serioua ailments Whii. t
While Kodol Is doing thil, the can be averted and crr
stomach is a retlnUf-sdi becoming by natural means.
strong and healthy. A strong and Kodol st1ppli)..s this
healthy stomach gulgntee & a means. It perform h
around ad, active brain. work for it-just a s the
Us man with a sound stomach should perform it-hiie
-.-atomach that is doing for tie ach takes a little, ,e t',
body Juet .what Naturq Intended stomach's sake."
It to do-Is the man who is always Our Guarant"
prepared for any emergency. He G otyour a ran
tl "there with the goods." lir bottle. i .
nTheman with a sick stomach, it entire cuntcvi 4 f K .'-
a man soik an over. WMen the hone stlyaay, i i :
to b t ilsItaed by undigested h It refuairdv ,, a....,.
food, the blood and heart are dl- l"iN. a. a ..,, .a,
rectly affected. Then dullness, un- rIatat.ka,,,,;,. *',
natural sleepinaes, alok-beadaches. Thi or a ',
vertigo an4 fainting spella, and to buti "
eves serlope brain tro e develop. cent bttle.
Kodol will prevent these.. Kodol is prei,:i a' K,
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Ntelas hereby given that under -
Sis-"" a r TVirtae of a final decree of f]R. SARAH M. DAVIS
.Oftfu ,e of mortgage made and
l. Gchrtis T* byr the Hon. J. T. Wills, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSI AN.
oSthe Circuit Court, Eighth Ju.
Mdi. M- M Circuit of Florida, in and for Galneaville, Florida.
.- Al ua county, on the 7th day of Oc- Office 20! E. Main St., North. Tole-
toblr, 1109,'1n a certain cause therein phone 125. Office hours 9 to 1.1 to 5,
SCrToomy T pending on the chancery side of said and by appointment Graduate of
qo nt,*therein W. R. Thomas is com- American School of Osteopathy under
.ialtT ?1l55asat and L. W. Fennell, as sheriff Americ school of Osteopathy underr
. Knott, TI d Alaehoa county. Florida, and ex- founder of system.' Kirksville, Mo.
*etale administrator of the estate of--
i-ark M. Tram. S adm E. Whaley, deceased, and DR. J. D. L. TENCH,
tillam Joiner and Thomas R. Whaley
! Alcultur e-B IL s are defendants, and wherein DCNTIST,
d Ar whereby the undersigned was ap-
aponted Special Master to carry out GalneasUtn, Florida.
instruction-'W1.. U. eol4d-.re, I will, on Monday, the )ffice-Rooms 1 and 3, Grahan.
rd dy of Janary, 1910, sell to the Building. Office hours: 8 to 12 a. m.
issdnue. ]& 6 tblust and best bidder for cash, be-
s ers-. fore the court house door In the City 1 tj 5 p.m.
,,i.an; Newton A rGainesville, Florida, between the
C Dann. W. C.. Y. T leal bohrs of sale, all the right, title. 0. MIXSON,
malunications sha ld iterest and claim of the said L. W.
ss. ell as sheriff of Alachua county,
M lPA riOda and ex-officio administrator of DIENTWT.
St 8seste-. M. H"4- the estate of James E. Whaley, de-
ceased, and William Joiner and Thom- Office Over Dutton ank. Phase 286
I___ las R. Whaley, In and to the following ofce Over Duton Bank. Phoe 3
desertbed land situated In Alachua Gaineaville. FI
SOfioers: county, Florida, towit:
.l. L wsi-eu.. T'he Northwest corner of the North- DR, DVZR D B. MORRIl
east quarter of Section twenty-six
( ). and the Northwest quarter of
swtruction-Dr. J. I L8dction twenty-six (M) in Townqhip ..* D* ,-
nine (9), Range nineteen (19). ..
Siitsey, GalnaaTsv Tether with all and singular the i
G. Mason. aile tesa atsb, hefeditaments and appur- 01e ovw QIMatevls Itatltom ai wa
to.Masonen. *an ta to the same belonging or in Pbose 0.
anywia appertaining. Said sale to
W. W. Colson, Galue satiUy said decree and costs. Terms,
W. a DicnMo. Special M!ster in Chancery.
W. 8. BROOM E,
Solicitor for Complathant. D K 1 T I 9 1
D, Matbeson. GOine. _
Notice of Application for Tax Deed Ofeoae' DrtDat A O0Cl o asM
lgistrati.-J. CM Under Section 8 of Chapter 4888, Phone 0 (tovll ia.
po. Laws of Florida. ____________________
m HBiloner- John Notice Is hereby given that C. W. ADKIN8
r, auea ; J. r. Bauknight, purchaser of Tax Certifl- J C.ADKINS
wille; J. W. May. cate No. 209, dated the 6th day of
W. Summers, Treateo; August, A. D. 1907, has filed sald Attorney-at.Law.
Oinesville. oertiflcate in my office, and has made 0
ue rd-R application 'for tax deed to Isaue In
Kkhbl iuard -R. lU accordance with law. Said crtitIcate Porter Block,
it,a. Ia,\thoru; J embraces the following duesribled
i W. Mileu property situated in Alachua County, Uainesville - - Florida
Florida, towit:
-H. H M'rr WI of NE'4 and NW% of sw W X. BAK.k,
-H. H. Mcreary and WV of HE% of SW% Sec. '2,A, W
Tp. 10 ,S. R. 18 1!0 acres. ATTORNEY-AT-AkW,
Bose--Syd L. Carter. The said land being aisvessed at the'
A. D>ke, Santa F*. date of the issuance of such certify 801JOITOR lb OIHANORT. .
-| ^^cate In the name of U'nknown.
SUnless said certifleat- shall be re-
Oftiter deemed according tq law, tax deed uAINESVILLI.I. Alasehusa 0., FL.t
Dais will Issue thereon on the 27th day of flatin. it HAynvnn R ihak.
December, A. D). 1"<9.
Al. t'll. Witness my ofihial tiglnature and "'ERDINANI 14AYER.,
M-.\. I.. ad(ford. seal this the Vith dity of Noveinber,.
T. ,. !I..-, Er. A. D. 1l.09. S. II. WVIE.:(E. AT"('O. E V AT LAW.
ttr.r J. Maey Del C lerk Circuit Court Alanhnai Cwunt- ^irA.!11n1... F1to.,,
'a. ty, Florida.
--I "a-c. n--.se ll your sy p ropeony, (aI
3l., '.. 1. Irotm,' Notice of Application for Tax Deed .,ro'ed amd u>.mproaed), phsphat,,
hAU ;.1 U r Section 8 of Chapter 4888,trucking ad f ring lands. lead bh
Aidw~i:u, Laws of Florida. -. -- --e
he Wur.I E Tay. Notice is hereby given that V. W. A. CvAl:irl,t.,
S ur-. E Tay. rauknight, pu|r haser of Tax Ctrtifi-
\ W. haiL,,ion,, secre ,'ate No. Wlt. d(itod the Allh day (f ATTORN.EY AT LAW
L J alrd, J. H. August. A. D. ID.u7, has filed tiall And Soliestor in Equity
certificate In my office, and lihas minuade
Application for tax deed to Is- Isu -,
Sacordance witAl law. Said ccrtlilcato
,- for Tax Deed epibraces the following de-rrli,'d BReI' etateOoneylasingamd4t e
Iil* i ;f Chapter 4888, property situiitcd ilr Alachiua County, oral Pra1tiee. All business promgl)SI
Florida, towit: attended to. Offie neost door to lu
L[t 6, BIk 19, Archer. offe. OAsIlBlTYILLs. FLOIanA
it i C. W. The said land being assessed at th ----- ------ --
A ., Certili date of the Issuance of such certifi- fRANK CLARK TWM W riL.Dali(
i** ,, .d 'l the 4th cate sn the name of Unknown. ARK ILDIN
SA .,. i0o5. has Unleas said certificate shall be re- CLARK & FIWLDIN
n u)y office, and deemed according to law, tax deed
for tax deed to will aisse thereon on the 27th day of LAWY IU*
litb law. Sald De w ber, A. D. 1909.
"th following d.e- WItnes y official signature and Pret ge all Courta, teo eM
iteatedi in Alachua Mle this the 4,h day of November. VPderml.
flw"t: A. D. 1909. 8. H. WIENGEN .
bk 1'. Tp 11. 8. R. Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coun- Oftice Over OanesvUle Nause*
ty. Florida. Bask. Gal aevilt, Florlda
| F'S of 8W' ____ _____-- _______
STI. S. R. 18- Notice of Application for Tax Deed
ter at the ,Und' Sesttw S of Chapter 4M85 Dr. A. Dolan
,,h ceruta. Law of liorida.
""a Notice hereby given that James VET E I N A R IA N
Sr,,.., '1 clfl.- Il purchser of Tax Certincate No VETERIN A
ong to3, d the 6th day of August, A.
"e r.on oni D. Im, has filed said certifclrate in
;< I. 1949. *y gIce, and has made apipltcatitn RElij(lene:
t ,t rr and for tax dasd to issue in ac rn b '.,mber. with hw. Said certificate e'Itbr-a'e
c *" the following descrllbed iri rn)y e.i'u- Magnolia HOt'lI linevill
S<'oun. ated in Alachua county. Ilr. ted .... ......9 _
wit: "
I.k .a3B% of NE4 See. V.. TL 7. E i
B r.8 The sad and ,twii a :* 0.TL, ft TLE
dat of tre t -l u a;.<,' *)f "'*', ,-,."i!

c te nd ie ma fIne ftlk~w.''
L''de.*vned Arm-rdir~g to h1%. 'S AL E T T~
AII .osve thu.r. m.oni !1 -'-1 REAL S'.c'I
DeL, )c-emnber, A. 1). 1P- -!
SW.'11*414 MY 1cwic 2! *A (, J V11L.FLY.~IA.
F*45.* this tbe. Zreel day ne _____
I Clerk (Circuit ('uur 1A ,,IL0,*
ItT ,~ 1. CI~:~:4 I Farms, DwellinsLots

jAtlantic Hotel
r European Plan.
( .(Frcnery the AcC-

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Fine MahoganyPBiO


Total Value $1,275.00

STqOa4S en Away By.


DecEber 31. INS

Having arranad thMe beme wA tUs heavy relatoroed d of the bet
one otf the best Plo MaaUeteturrer bell metal. late Is fflisA)4 Ja dark
Slthib eowntry to supply so with the olive pI m, Otarantee Is dt in top
following Piano. yole 17, guaranteed of plate. This piano Is equipped with
ten yonm: double wheel astor.s,
Case is double veneered Inslde and We will tive one vote for elth pen.
out, inside with beautiful White ma- ny spent with us In our different de*
ple, well flinthed; outside with beauti- prtiments. Watch out for our ad.
ful mahogany. Sem-oolonalel In style, In every lae of The Bun. Cut it
with pilasters and trusses to match out and bri g or send It In to us and
Its appearance. Full empire top with we will allqw & votes on lech or the
drop niolding. amount stated thvreoo. Our first ao.
will low anyone eiterihig the raro
Chick4s mid toe blocks built 'Up of 100 vote#. The only ballot box will
many thickneases to insure absolute be fund in our establIshment, where
stability in wear. Case is equipped you are to vote. Branch office of
with cq~upoundod key bottom to In. Manufartur,,r in Cinrinnati, Ohio,
sure stability and uniformity of touch. from whom. the Plano for this contest
lack n niade of quarter sawod rock -wa purchl e.*.d, have grnedl to r..
Ituitple. consisting of six posts. deem through u. the ten e I "' C.-r
The sounding boarl Is of 4tllfornia tiflentes AA follow.0 (1n4:e r rtl"nte
prTh oundi, r bo rib of h sClifoam rna each for $ 11, which will he redeem.
trial, running at rilht angles of able in 1 utim as A.payne11,it oil any
oundlnT board from corner to corner ian they nmnufahtro.
of their entire width of the sounding RU.LES AND RBOULATIOIIL
board area.
1. The comtetl is o brt n toI anyone
Treble and ba- hrldives laniltnt.!1 ilviti4 In Aln.ht count r v who In *<" a
and Iulllt up of nmany Ithlckneis0.. of th conductor of ithi eoitent or
the rhoicest quarter "sawed mn'l h. Iv -'c.h*d for hy sboy w r' *,.thle| i.:r-
pin block lsminate. and built iup "' ,n,. to them well knroui.
five diterent lavers of wood. Insuri,
absolute stability of Instrument l i3. No emimolyn, attaihe or rela*
stand in Ique. Imported Olerman tim., tive of tho e prietor of I.. C. Smiith
Ion pins and string, double repeathi, are eligible to participate In this er.
wood range action, splendidly rer.t teat, and will partlepate In no uhan.
lated, and 13 pound haimmrs of 1,, ner.
choleest material; white makes strings
Ivory keys of a splendid qualityy 4. 3. In the oevnt a cauudldatt de ld< a
Ivory; noiseless trap work and three, to withdraw from the race, such can.
pedals. di'late will not Iw allowed to traslifer
vntes to he credit of another candi.
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What Has Happened and What l G
Ing to Happen-Permsnal and
Soelal hems of the City.

pl L. H. Thompson of Earleton was
visitor to the city yesterday.
For Chrstmas, send a crate of Floi
ida kumquats. Vidal's Drug Store.
My photograph Studio will clo6
Christmas at 1 o'clock. W. M. Vai
Road Master R. E. L. Robinson ha
returned from a short visit to JacI
t" "" sonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sidebottom hav
gone to Virginia to be absent duarln
the holidays.
County Commissioner J. W. May
from the Wacahoota section, was i
the city yesterday.
SB. A. Anderson of Bronson was li
the city yesterday visiting his brother
W. H. Anderson,' Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dykes of NortI
Gainesville left yesterday for Delani
to visit their daughter.
Get the rOst and cheapest flrewprks
as well as nice fresh fruits, of thi
old reliable J. B. Brooks.
Prof. Foag, principal of the Haw
S, thorn High, School, was among thb
visitors to the city yesterday.
W. W. Colson and sons have return
ed from a pleasant visit with felativeo
in the western section of the county.
Mrs. C. M. McKinaey of Loulse wai
among the long lUpt of Christmat
shoppers visiting Oainesville yester
day. *.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Williams left
yesterday for Candler. where they
will spend the holidays visitIng rela
Miss Belle ('hitty and Master Chas
S R. Carter have returned to their home
at Micanopy after a short visit with
* relatives here.
Mrs. L. N. Hannsell left yeaterdajy
fur Alaiumut. She expects to be ab
sent for the next few weeks and will
visit friends In both Alabama and

(to, id In.
Ray Witherspoon, who has been
here on a short visit with his mother
Mrn. 8. M. Witherspoon, left yester
daynv for Ocala to hpend a short while
SIth frihinds.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Barton and
chilhiren of Itocky Point were in the
clt. yesterday They were en route
to Iikwthorn. w%'r.! they will spend
the Chriltmas lWlmduys with relatives
The, laird Ilardware Conai a un-
nouI tI that their 1ltre of, business>
will be closed anl during Raturday. lDe
ccnber 35th., t order that the min
p1lu.ts can velebrte. They wish you
all t Mt'rry ('hrilstui s.
Prof. Not. who conducted a danctnl
school In thls city in 1984. Is here and
Sill open ~ u Mliliar rchmol at tht
Armory n the 'sth linal. Hli' has not
l, t'ti In (it(ati estlle' since the hu| r ilni
of the' old Arlington Hotel. aind li
e'vrti'l ly sirirl-e. l at the chanKge
*t.... I. .....-..d ....trad d *.-i thI t lt. ..

,Y FOR ""'"e s FRIDAY, etC. S.

Sounds whole rie $1.00.
daobestpearlcrts e
Sl7ounds best water-ground meal
is deats.
pounds Arbuckle coffee oc.
Seat Irish potatoes, per peck, 25a e
b s sweet poo, per peck, 15e.
j pounds best evaporated peaches
S6 cents.
4 pounds good California prunea
2S cents.
Chocolate candy, per pound, 15c.
a e Good mixed candy, per pound, 10c.
M with each cash purchase of $3 we"
r-S will SEll 20 pounds beIt granulated
.lo sugar for $1.00.
OU WIth each cash purchase of $5 we
*n- will give one beautiful framed picture.
Don't fail to see our -10 cent counter.
s e W. 8. DORSEY & CO.
Ac Thos. Sexton of Ocala was among
e A* the vlpitors to Gainesville yesterday.
S. I. D. Wood, member of the firm of
Wood & Evins at Evinston, was a vis-
, Itor here yesterday.
So The* many friends of J. M. Halle
ore, will regret to learn that he is confined
Sto his home by sickness.
, Geo. L. Taylor. superintendent of
fan the Gainesviile peach orchard at
h Palmer, was a visitor to the city yes-
g y ag terday.
W ivsh W. H. Anderson, whoj no engaP I
Sed In the brokerage business, was a6
* visitor to the city yesterday .from hiI'
lOiUr home at lronson.
-. If you cannot visit your friend* In
e f || distant places make the visit by
proxy through one of our photographic
. creations. VansickeL
s A This Is the Last Day to get Blue
Ribbon Extracts before Christmas.
s 'Don't fall to have your grocer Include
8 some in today's order.
- < 0 C, J. Grace, one of the leading'
citoles of the Evinston section andI
t l r successful vegetable grower, was
visitor to the city yesterday. '
Ss= O. J. Farmer of Bronson, editor dl
The Tmes-Detnocrat, was a visitor
S L to the city yesterday. He states
things are lively In general in his lit-
''WILSONC tie place.
8. 0. Gaddy, the wall paper man.
has gone to Palatka to spend the next
* Store Will be Closed All severs) days. He formerly lived in
that place and has not visited it for
Day Saturday. Dec. 25 quite a while.
fN wil .Mr. and Mrs. Wade Thomas, ac-
NbTIC-TheContinental Cafe willcompaed by their children, of
be open early and late during the holl- Monteoa were the city yester
days Monteocba, were in the city yester-
Sdays. day for the purpose of doing their
Your friends long for your photo- holiday trading.
graph and the camera awaits you ate Nationa Bank have
Vansick*l' Studioan range of advertisement in this is-
Prof. W. II. Causels and family have aue in which they invite you to call
gone off for the h lldays to spend the ,ind get on#.- of their handsome new
time with relatives. art aolendarAs free. Read what they
A word to the wise is sufficient, have to 'r.tt,..
Ninety per cent of the drummers stop J. M. Kite of Live bak has arrived
:tt The Brown House. In the city for the purpose of spend-
Miss Grace Ulover has returned to ing the holidays here with relatives.
her h'me ini this city after visiting lite Is engaged in the contracting busi-
friends .nd relatives in Augusta..Oa. ness near that point and controls a
J. I. i'adgtt made a short business large crew of men.
Strip to Hlighland yesterday to look at J H. Jacoble and son. Ollite, of
t tr his extensive turpentine busnl.,ss Itrontson, were visitors to the city yes-
4 tIhat place. terdaly. Mr. Jacohle was here for the
t Mrs \. ). Finlnyson and sister, lIuri)se of disposing of a lot In Bast
SMistus Alice 8trickland, of Waldo, were (linlesville which he has owned for
a among the visitors to the city yettcr- the' I4t few years.
s day 6n their regular holiday shopping W. A. McNally returned last night
.x-. dx tlion 'tima Iak *ir. I tler andr u ll l as hi .* l

'i]t .Io| occurre-1' l r ng i a U. i | imu .. t ,. S eWill l i| It.U C
--. ... - -- . .. .,morning, accompanied by his wife,
S fi.' Orange Heilghts to spend Christ-
nSas with Mirs. MlcNally's parent., Mr.
3nd Mrs. M. E Jolly.
WE NOW HAVE ON SALE conducting
.M A. eal.hr, who is conducting
hotel at Newbtrry. was a visitor to
the city yesterday. ie ~states that
A Car o f d 1st ,,busin.t. is s.xw g with the business
:tii and trade is better than it ha.-
MULES t,,,. for some time ipat
[ er g l 81.rpy. a ,rour.,,,. ,ou,,
iEl.Lnter of theb'M ItvaIoI.y section. %as
B-akmvl. CAl 'ert, yesterday for the purpose of
.ia king some of his holiday purchases.
Ssell kth em i tI is the crack ui',lon man of that
-,tion and will pL-iit t'vm~iiv the
,i .Bag spring
CRAWFORD e hristr.- m ,iiet.uinin.t t Tor
&th, children of the First Methodist
&I.urch uiida) sh 1 11*il occur at
t.,e churcrh on t lt .Moi'".iAy e venali.
D AVIS : l =h, e ghig at o .
,1 InterestIOng l'oarna b has beet
prrlavd.. which will no doubt be
L r' ..... .... ....L ..... ...' ~' ---greatly eajiyed by all %ho attend
lJ H. Holly., ife anJ tbi'dren of
Arr"Mado. were Bin the city )sterdnay
PHIFER BRS tBANKERSragmrHolly oo-t
Our Bankin Facilities are at Your Disposl. Four Per Cent stated th ft rire two r .
. -- -- ,v -t -. w. --. . ,,. 00reas t transport as famtly to sad4
Allowed in Saving IDepartment Would Appriate a Share mse to r. ut wo"sm r tor aM
of Your Busine ami. d" a a *"e rm enk e
7 HH 'a -^. '*

A.; r

Please Call
AnId soure one of our fine art calen.
da's before they are all given out.
.This does not apply to children, but
we do heps the "grown-ups" will avail
themnelveS ef this opportunity to get
ene of thee fine calendars





Santa Claus'



5 Cents Per Lne
aMh l mstlsh, bat' so adverous
*eat take tr less tan 80 cents. l i
worts maae a I"te; ao eractiial nes,
ery word over bfth esx oouUttng as
in tlUoAi Ianet CAS6H In advano
,dsat aooimnlme all orders for taser

FREB-We repair shoes free of charge
If bought from us. Morris Cohen,
Guarantee Shoo Store, *Test Union
DON'T FORGET Morris Cohen when
you need shoe repairlng. All work
done at the Guarantee Shoe Store,
Wall street.
WANTUD-Plans and specifications,
accompanied by bids, for the erec-
tion of four houses on University
Place, each house to cost not more
than $2,500. Address W. R. Thomas.


FOR RENT-Cottage in South Gaines-
ville. Apply to J. E. Hayes or at
this office.

FOR SALE-Typewriter ribbons, all
kinds. Sun office.
SHOE STORE, Walt(Union) street,
will continue the introduction sale
through holidays. A present with
every purchase.

whyrNot BIi
a Diamol
for C!'r:stl

t 4It it

I bk: 1 1 ?A ,',*e

part e d

C. H. Co'es


and the best place to so
Christmas presents. All
new and prices right.
We have the rrcst compli
mcnts of Dolls, Toys. Good
the little folks. Novelties
scriptions, Fine China ,nd
Call and make your e;'ect
while the stoc' ,is cc'r' ete.
has been to d:. ry r;eP
goods and we sure'y h'e
You can fill u r 'c-:s
amount of mnor'y.

Dr. A D

anyone hunting Plank's Chill Tonic.
It's guaranteed to cure malaria.,
chills and fever. Price 25 cents per
bottle. Ask W. M. Johnson, he'll
probably know.
the genuine Spaulding Rose No. 4 iu
10 peck sacks. $2.50. True Red Dlais
Triumph at $3.25. Send us your
orders. American Produce Com-
pany. Jacksonville, Fla.

Mrs. Shields Warren left yesterday
for Apalachicola to spend the Christ-
mas holiday) with her parents. Judge
and Mrs. Johnston.
W. T .rodiford. who travels the
southern part of the State In the
Interest of the southern Drug Com-
pans of Jacksonville. Is in the city
or h the u iioe of spending the bhll-
Jays with his prertnt

Whether You Are a Customer

Not, We Wish You a


First National

~"Gair)esvil~4i~~a~ion~;4 i5


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, Mild Me", )*( i,.,*



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