Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01337
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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 25, 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: VID01337
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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Quite a Lot Friday.
of lettuce the truckers of this section
were busily engaged all of Friday in
loading refrigerator cars for the pur- _
pose of geltltis the goods to the mar-.
tor Ic) is Now & Thorn in the Side of Re.- o .e time thi. ve.,table At Suggeston of Admiral Schey That Peary's Data
publican Politicians l BI Up. crate, which did not pay for theship.Set to Copenhage for aiatiL
ping. anO as a .wnsequenco the truck-
MIHINGTON, Dec. 24.-(Speolal) Big Chiefs. And they do not dare re- r; have llo it to la in tWASHINGTON. Dec. 4.-Rear Ad. elety of Berlin had already akaowl.
) Mr. Loeb, who started out move hita, thanks to the ticklishness for the want of a market, but the ad- mial Schley's demand that Command- edged Peary as the discoverer of the
#nographer, fell Into politics of public sentiment on all matters vance of Thursday pt them all busy or Peary submit him polar data to the pole, and that the latter society had
Jelly. but is now (much to pertaining to sugar. And wise Mr. to cutting and pacing. conastory of the University of Co planned to boihr Peary in Berin aeat
of the party in power) Loeb, Jr., knows they dare not place The congested condition of the mar- penaagen for verlfeation. following year. Also be tachd upon the veTl
for the port of Nw ork, the skids under him--t least not ket due lantedI toth extra heand that body's repudiation of Dr. Cook. diet of th Due D d'Abrumid. M Wself a
Ships wires to capture the New now. And as for after while-well, crop planted h oath Plormd and has raised a storm among the mem explorer of no small fm, that Pasy
enorship. Mr. Loeb will look out for after while, it a sated that from t to tweat" bOdhlp of ed National Geoogn pblh bd plolld foot O the apx t U lo
Loeb ti ao interesting chap, par- after while. (T. R. will be here then. cars have b oving rom that which gave Peary a le"a bill world, as additional proof why the
yto the Sugar Truat; also That's what Mr. Loeb is waiting for. tlon daily, but the Ienwal average o f health. demand of Admiral obhloy might wll
.CADoO, Mr. Aldrloh, ad oth. *but don't say anything.) the crop wwas very poor, and this wasl m bers li U e od.
nnon, Mr. Aldrich ad oth. but don't ay anything.)what caused the dels I the Mar The leading members lm that be ignored.
the reactonary group. If you| In the meantime Loeb comes to what caused the dei the mar the solentists of the Onlted States That Dr. Oook was not decorated
S know Mr. Loeb, you ought to Washington every week or so, throws would be iemeaning themselves It by the King of Deamark .am a bee
isinted, because his star Is out his cheet, looks wise, and says New ngland and te anaon they acknowledged that their ndln eerally opposed, the mlabeles
rlinning to ri. He Is a pol o the correspondents: "Just hat section agJaast Aldrich needed vertleoato. There seems to of a statement made here lst I lght
d the new school, bating learn- talk with the President and the big and Cannon is some thing maulng. be no dispoelUot to withhold from by Dr. Mamriee P. UnitVed
1 trade under the tutelage of party leaders. They all endorse m) look to see the next House3 De9o- t e CoPee boaud the data Bled 8tate mlneter to DeaasrI. Dr.
wter Politician. One of the work up In New York. They want cratte by a lberal margL When the by Pery, b1t there I a well-deofed Igan who I saI leave of abeeoe *
pcides" which Mr. Loeb picked me to keep the good work going. 'Get New gliad r hostile to oppoettlon agast turning it over to from his poet. io spendlg the bo '
Ssittulg around' the White the men at the top.' is what they all the Republican party, look ou tie Dteanish*lentists for oflclal aom days In Washington.
Swas "the art of forcing your advise." teoracle d l t Wto teL "Contrary to the general seepted
blo the newspapers." It -is Of course! It wouldn't be healthy ncrd Middle WaL" The argmeat adviaed by Admiral opinion, Dr. Cook was sot dewrtedm I
Sthis connection, that Loeb politically to say anything else. No d Middlele y that asuheb examination would by the King." sa Mt Dr. illat
Ssufflicient number of canned one is denying the Loeb Interviews. n rei ove all questie of doubt from night. "The Ku h diese
i house scandals lying around And no one is going to deny them. Don't be a It a i ander allthelimax of Peary has ben found tion bk awatig thM o the
ke in New York to the And Mr. Loeb, Jr.. Is Just loved to at your hore and asak If ou l ofImpeso able by Amerloaa sentiste UllteUa ty ti C pyIogin sg The ha M.
Ih reading matter 4Spring. death by the standpat Republican your wife. He's only the e onessad tberefoW the question I not orary d-rep the alveraltsy eat
I the leaders of the 0. 0. P. leaders; oh, yes he Is-NOT. man. About $6,00 of t will be whether Peary Is right, but w b etr upo Dr. Coek a"d the ol w1eo
As least idea of Loeb's prying out on the Job bete lone. IThbe.o whether Pia ets areW bt w the R upo Dr. Geos opahet ety we *
he would not a6w be col- "I expect to see Massachusetts go letting of Imfonnation a t t he "Nothing se laln ed by wubloth- Deaark Ro vle o hgha w e" ot ower s i
for thte port of New York. He Democratic in the Congressional elect. private affairs of people 4 t ting o mmander Pery'is data to the his supposed diteovery of the ela
more likely be minister to 81- tons next fell," said Ray 8tannard want to talk is lust a part of their Unlverny of upeabhaOt," satd Prof. but or bis prevloes aeblevemoents ln
Por if the truth must be told, Baker, of the American Magasine, duties. To make good they must be Gannett. who was ehalmtan of the polar e'lporatios, particularly hi*
ought to be, Loeb, Jr.,% is a while In Washington the other day a cross between a newspaper opOt n committee that pund uipon Paor's work in the a lel s e partic le He
of thorns in the sides of the "I have Jukt spent six weeks In the and a book aent proof.. "and I do not see any reason will "t be asked to return these
So why be should." honor.
SLopt strayed or stolen, from the Rer Admiral Chester, who attack. "If Commander Peary had appeal
1 V D10 standpat corral-Ja oe It. arfeld* ed Cook's data some tme ago, de- ed In Copenhagen a short Ume after t
SEx-.8.cretary of the Interior; b* bounced the proposition of Admiral be discovered the pole, he would have
ed to be wandering on Insurgent t. iehly as "ab.urd." He declared be received a receptloe equally as en-
tory; cannot be located deafnitely. did not believe that the Univeralty thualasatic from the King and the Peo
however of Copenhags would omeldvr mak- pie."
ys D ixie Is N ti nal enatorRobert M aPollette of the whole matter was a mate- sest. Ht ve your statiosery neatly prisate
Wisvousin. one of the "revolution. Ie also drew attention to the feet at The Sun olce. We eary a well
T!\;To Dec. 4.-4-"Dixie" music of all four pieces Facsimiles lts" of the Senate. went to the White that the Royal GeographlIesl society selected stock of the beet lapaeq
V1o '. Irocluimod as first In of the original manuscripts are repro House to see Taft about some Wis. of Eagland and the GeographicalI o whih are printed at reasonable raitea
,, aidf nliuic in "p triot. duced |rat, d The history of "Yankee D)oodle is Tell the Senator to coume back
h, t'.. '.dSo descrU)-d u "a i.erfiet ma.e of con. early next week." was the greeting 0lfl M il na lre '
1 t ,** rdict of 0. 0. Son- Altilng torin..'" and countiess addl. from the Preidetattal office.
C.' of tht division of music trims o and variations from the origl.- "Tell the Preident. replad .- B r i o M ilio
Mthra ,' ,ngrels, who has nal As many as fourteen variations orf Follette. "that when he wants me be
'rt., the. movement the S"tar Spangled Ilanner" are can send for me." at s
B' "!w:". report om four noted, accompanied by a gradual pro- Later Senator Iolliver of Iowa. ,
tf,-, compositions. eees of pollshing and modlficratlon. another "rTvolutlonist." Is report *'t H a g g V W il
P t'":, though no longer The year In which "America" was frst have had the same experience.
'" 1" tll a national air. stagln public ng fixed as lh32 hut the i- -INu Aw *.. ..
S..iie" in the exact place and date was not d..ft jimy < d. anti Bage INDIANAPOUS. lad.. f aber 24. vila three yers ag aad his marriage
t..., ly sertalaed "Hall columhl' I. ays someone ha s n fb.ee l tlla blIo m lld few l 0 t*' V ,'olutlo of Yan stritly a product of the l'nlted itat" He had It all planned (ot to S toe i a I aim fo Ih to th da S t bras

II il: '1l in Mr aSmanIk's Spangled Balnner. both of whidh Abip nomimation if he would l e el1 geas t Ib r bur41P cm b g thap Shel a
ft. far ,ilsIpartly originated in Vangland Mr steady In the boat Now he dise at
-. tar So po01t 1 ecseek's tolume Is not free' for di' era the vlltains had tbetr flu nes uoll e andf1 hISniWPot I3 It 'o 1e5 of Iresu willae
-- mditin. of the tissues mar have met to be and. uaewa matti ahe

f both text n d tItbUtla ed all th. time tie t reolst o l 5WV -o7-t --- - - -,-- --ff -
that he s o t pla i ng so theIAIam i eee1 i 1 the1 d.ipoea.tlo of IblO faseral. but M e the dead ana's
at i conthplat Rhodis fortun, relatives edy hs le b 11 slaoe rt a
.5135rpath AfeIIests have hes divided as go Mupialat that be wIM dege ted ker&
W ebther or nam Rhdiss wase mesa. parse s ad L a the snre*l of conwpire
STi of the owuniaa report are i (the eaect sie bhis al Oged abdeetio toW Leins tees whe be made the will

A *d |,ltri of subiwds Rd e hor f rehall
Crosses the Great Divide r """"- -Man Suspended In Mid-Ar

STr K .-e, tative Aurf.iruj P oard
Timothy P. ad acting ma'nor ,f th. ri-) i ng er of Maarbswet w I*,, da4urtg the
uof the Bow. Ti m" oh iT>s hli r 11 the State stark oa the No,*s- rul-. at Oswig
ta 'o P Senaar, is now the only one of the ma de a ,e lIke a. r Alar ss &
fme s Stillivans l -eft put.ib, thr g; be U .a arRbo
et He MHe "LJttl. Titr. eb. n he flr .t a t rted e. bark tho r. t.- rp raft a
or e or a mrtony ran py" for YORK. 4.-A ole he ree wa a
skes(s ta f the B1Wespa~. m.n from the 1Te* Tri prop-ed4 iN-*..Usif thae "Ma" e of .mee wMth a a. eoWtaSeae ast. J o Kirk lay as tThe
ma NlO of polUeei ot to their oafw. LAI laPl o rtr,,,.r.*." mea trd te ya OtertoD atet froe d of the rePt, WbMt Oew Jobaib
She west lnto partneribip 91i0 Ig r of tgrs etr*-eao t(he wa tt No@ sim m swled over h. reels edg
as borT- T &I" m wa a slaseons. ,w 8arsy' ai ~a Wmersy t01n se#.._ w r c.*4 &bee"Ishe edowgward. Kirk b"
%66,. L o ut be d ogd dthe genius r g #r W and r4 rwoae to who *** the Ie6t V Ma V A lag bhm te th I J*" me orb s
i ,'r outO. *y alee shrewd beets. be 1 ds oh r to te eI a f be4 Jai o an htt I
*' At the imSe made M*** eand y et kpt tbW ag-- bd gp e the *- e el a wire seary hAsseed a ssby mamI free
.* raSa of the e cla me proprms days ltt 7 10 t to worth see r o W *r ie g a a"B 84 s als sg l on t* elf *to the loe lee weie NeOed Wd
I' 1el .49tdw w Se Ab M sag * at. s**,

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Th Cedar Mill at That *;ace Destroy-
ed, Besides Leading Hotel and
Other Property.

S Telephone formation was reoel-.
.d in Gales,"';*le On Illday to the of-
foct th"t the Utti. city of Cry tal
SRiver wad buarlag 4 sad a specials
train was chartered to carry to
" Oala-i re dopartmeat to the cnue.
Very IttIo information was conetan4
'- d n d otssage, aad nothing is
;knw as to tha extst of th damage
at the place further than that the
or stal River pencil mill wai'WirAli
= also the William Hoiue, thW
NM me roantile oetablilmbout of
a hr. Wilia operated Jast we o
t" street
As this property is loa spd ome
IMl4e distance ftm the main bddy 4
the city, the reporter Is at a loss to
Sdesermlue how the maln part of town
"esid be l1 Sames, but undoubtedly
the balfdosn. or more houses located
es e to the mill are a total loss.
S The oedar mill was one of the
'malsn sports of the place, and even
this lose will handicap them for con-
alderable time to coma for the milling
Plant will easily run 'A value over
$100,000 and carries fully half this
amount in out tedar In the yards at
all times.
The mercantile establishment was
one of the largest of the city, while
the hotel was a large and comfort.
able building, and In the property lo.
scted in this Immediate section, all
of' which was undoubtedly destroyed,
the loss wll easily run about $150,000.
After It was seen that the fire was
m ore than the people of Crystal River
could cope with a special train was
secured to send the Ocala fire depart.
meat, which was on the scene at
last accounts and doing good work
saving th* 'cedar and other mill prop-
ety. ___

Property Well Consumed When Do*
apartment Was Summoned.
In the two fires of Thursday night
" both buildings were Well enveloped
when the Alarm was given, thus re.
salting In a loss of about $1,600. In
the Prst conflagration, which occur-
red at 10:50, the building sustained
a )oss of about $200. while J. U.
M aning, who was renting the same,
lost In harnems, hay and other fet
satffs about $600.
This are was scarcely subdued
whea the second alarm was sounded,
and the barn and two buildings be.
loeatag to J. Bone, la West Galnes
vUle, were found to he on re., all
of which proved a total loss of about
Is both caes the fire started where
the hay was located, and while some
believe that it was the work of an
ueradiary, soame are Inclined to think
It is the result of ireworks which
Swe- used promiscuously about the
city on Thereday nightL
lth places were well Oiled with
loose hay. and it waa an easy matter
for the flame to spread rapidly be-
fore the arrival of the department.
Besides the toes of the three build-
lags of Mr. Bone he lost a fSne Jp.e
esy heifer, which he valued very high-
ly. It being one of the pets about
the proeioN.

Music Program.
The Treble (lefl Music Club held
Its monthly mantlun Wednesday at-
teoon nith Mtaurine (oracy as host-
when the following program was
creditably renderd:
|. Cradletf OmR Jewel Kellum.
SWater Mill Awwath Phlfer.
Turtle iove- Ruth Peler.
Annie' laurke--Ml S ykes.
S wdelwire Pa ttvrron MeCormick.
h)goue Days Maurtne Oracy.
S Ding ca1g Bell -4race Dullard.

S Most dlsgtrta skin erptlons.
croftula. pimples. rashebo., rtc.. are dee
to tlpure blood. Burdock itkxol lit-
ter to a eeansnlag blood tonli. Makes
yo clear-eyed. cleear-bralned. ctear
T e best pae to Wt uWer o
to at the tOw which ibavta yO te
L i e.hBeasnnw Dn oa W ,l

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We will eloese our
store all day Sat-
urday, the 25th
to celebrate. Xma

-We-wish you one
nd1 iII a Merry
Xmas aud a Hap-
py& ad Proqsproas
New Year : :





Philadelphia Interesta Will Buy Up
Immense Tract for Purpose of
Looting a Colony.

There l. now a movement on foot
for the locaUtion of a large colony
east of the city, which is to extend
fropn the limits of the city to New-
nan's lake, about six milep east.,
J. W. Patton, who is one of the
main parties interested In this large
deal. has gone to Philadelphia for the
purpose of closing up the details, add
something more "definite concerning
the plans will then be known.
Before leaving the city Friday Mr.
Patton stated that the deal would in.
volve something like $10,000, and that
the purchase of lands would com-
mence Just outside of the city limits
In East Galneaville and extend east-
ward to the lake, a distance of from
eve to six miles.

It Is proposed that this new class
of settlers locate on a suitable tract
for the purpose of engaging in fan-
ig chicken raising. and Industries
which are never overdone when
handled In a proper manner.
Being situated in close proximity
to the new air line roadway that will
soon be constructed through this
large timber and farming belt. it will
be most easy of asces to the city.
where this clas of people can not
only find a. ready market for their
products. but It would afford themu a
good roadway fqr hauling their truck
and produce to the stations for trans-
Among the large number of Intend-
ed Wood things for this section dur-
Jag the coming year. this large deal
will prove of the most beneficial, pro-
vided It Is carried out as at preent
intended. The Bun. along with all
other bslness Interests would be
pleaded to se the antcipations fully

Tablets. Druggists refund mo i
It fallsto cure. & W. Grove's siga-
are to ison eeh s A. ea

The habit of asweriM asa. th".
appeal to t o e that will ko
en lteremted In the e arn we it
a sald

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Rev. 8. Rogers Supplimented the
Fund Twenty-Fvo Dollars and in
All Soventy-Five Was *pent

Fo real charity Galiavtlle i not-
sed a ofts of the most liberal dt-
to be soud In the country, and the
lact that the poor of Gatesvvller were
well t4ma c'#are of at this t"me is n
ocaeption to the pratlce 'tat has
bee In voeue here for a number of
years paat '
By a personal canvass It was found
ast some nineteen deserving famtlta
we re rally in need of asstpe., and
among thiUdq number seventy4ve dol-
lts was distributed In a manner OtM
would do them the mot good.
, All of Mriday was oensumed In tohs
abble work, and Royev. S. B. IRoKger
stated to the reporter that ba now
felt 'hat he roold enjoy ome mor
piesnant Christmas, for not only did
It do him good to see the manner In
which the a stiane* was enjoyv4, but
ho folt good in the fact that b ha4
made a donation to asstat In the
worthy ease.
In addition to this work and the
work of the Charity organlastion there
is a large amount of free Christmas
scattered over the the city that lway
unheard of. coming I a large part
htm somou of the secret orders who
Levwr let their generc';ty be known,
not even to 6he recipients, and this
clas w:o reside within the city who
have been so unfortunate as to need
the aid are truly blessed.

A Hearty Appetite
Is what most babies have, but Is of
no benefit to them If they have worms.
Be sure your baby is not troubled
with them. Sure symptoms--always
hungry, rings under the eyes, not
gaining i weight and yellow complex-
ion. A few doses o White's Cream
Vermituge will expel all worms. It
isa positive cure ad reliable. Prlce
16 cents per botle. Sold by W. M.
Johnson. _
He Likes The, un.
Editor Daily Sun: I have changed
my address and wish you would kind-
ly send my paper to No. 24 West Chl.
cago avenue, hereafter. Your paper
has made a welcome for itself in my
home. I have some property near your
city and when I see the thermometer
below zero here it makes me long
for the South, and more especially
for Florida. Although I get Chicago
papers and New York papers every
day, the paper that I am looking for
is The Daily Sun from Galnesville.
Your publication is certainly up-to,
date and newsy and you can count
me hereafter as one of your staunch
supporters. Tours truly.
8. 0. WIOOIN8. '
Chicago. Itl., Dec. IS, 109. ,
The Comret Time '
To stop a ogh or cold Is just aa
soon as It starto them there wil
no danger of pem-aonla or cemmunp
uon. Juat a few doses of BaUhrd's
nlorebhonmad Syrp takes at the start
will stop the cosgh. If it has hab
running on lor oineime the treat.
meat will be loner, but the cure Is
swure. Sold by WM. Johnaon.
A Free Diary and Wall Catendar fee
Our Rtaders.
We take pleasure In announcing
that any of cT readers can secure a
pocket diary for 1910 by sending four
oe-cent stamps to D. Swift & Co..
Patent LawyerS. Washlngton. D. C.

The diary is bound nl a beautiful
stiff rd covvr. contains M pages. gives
the amount of corn, wheat, oats, to,
bacco and cotton produced in each
State. V [" Ie of lotber valuable In-
formation. suck am business laws. pat
ent las. bustheas forms and opesl.-
tlio of all State sand titles. worth U
Por three oae-cat stamps we will
also sead a See wall calendar lOitl
itchsb. Send seves oe*-ceat stamped
or (th diary and calendar, worth flly
40 r*nts.

T*Mrj? Just ash#" sedIthe mOwna iogIj &
nagthip Thlbe I& *WIP Lack Smes
~powJus t rtamember *iA: Am'rs
3wuwftIs a Wst ms ,uc, entirly
ftwffoskaboeheot.Iusred c.,,, !I-
bw 0 Nw;on*0406,*"" "

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Little ThlingrsAnno'


or. Please Us
Lt tle things annoy us-the lit
curl of smoke that, If left alone
a V ^would soon smudge the furnisiline
s ad make work for the house-wife.
B he Are no annoying lij
I thng In the

0 HI1 Heater
(Equipped with oSmok*ele Device)
If .l y.Iv. .een banished by hard
AiM P S !. ? and tireless work. in their
Sar -0 k f^" th' tre little things that
Spies t-.hat-mike for comfort and
s sifaction. The little self-locking
Aot t6ic Su4k .. Device
that actually pl"t tok- e s tte lock on the inside of the tube
that holds the wtck in chepl.-. sp it below the smoke zone, so ac-
cr q austed that it cannotgo wrong-these are some of the
little thJo/at pti4se.-t*tl-ive contributed to the name and fame
of the iprdoft mOi T'H ter.
ihe most'satisfying beater you can buy-always ready-eavs to
mantag- way depndable-quickly cleaned.
Brass font holds 4 quarts-btbrns 9 hours. Attractively finished
in Nickel or Japan in various styles and finishes.
bey sk very w4W&I. If Wet At Your&. Write for Descriptive Circular
S to th Neien Agmey of th


Near Government BuIlding.


Breahs, Cakes, Pies
Wagon delivers twice dally. Leave
your order at Bowman's store. Our
bread on sale at all stores handlin
bread. A trial order appreciated.

0lovfles, Books, .
Souvelirs, Sheet PN;,

and Picture Fra&R^ .

106 Dst Liberty trew
fIIuI TILI ,L n,1


Jl iIWe Can Cive
SMOR QUALITY for the mome
Stha s say other plumbing concern is
the city. Everybody is lookiet foral
They Cm Jet for their money, andw e
give them what they are looking for
The "Bese is "Ecomomy" in the Ioa
rum. Our Mott: "1Not How *CbaP<
Bu \ew 'G ood.'" Cheap plumbia
eaus heavy doctors' bills and repair

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f You Have Nc

Already Received one of

our Special Catalogues.

Illustrating Suitable Xmas

Gifts for Men,


and Children, send us a

Postal Requesting one

and we will mail it to you


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asM Broken and It s Stated
parties Were Well Pilled
With Booze at the Tinrl.

Ssccid'.nt at Arredondo bu Fri-
rt,, int the instlat deth of
:,,, on.a middlgWqd.fln o
3as torn in that e< Ao atd
Sbt en engaged bry th -
l tcker there datoag hi l e-

the information at .hand. It
that it is the paneral custom
the rtegr ~s of that section
u* u.... C ,Lr' a times
lorse races, and other sport of
tgure'. and I. was'. whle they
Spracticing for the general blt
Ito be had later on that the aso
hi batpl11 1ed.
is dead negro, together With d1
d Keity. were engaged 1 a horse
on the public road, when theb
W ridden by Stlinon threw him
t a tree, which broke hisf neck
ptlv and he expired within a few

Kh negroes were well tbougt o
iWt secdon by the white people
pally, and no blame has been at-
,I to anyone for the aeoldent
it resulted in Stinson's dath".
b symptoms of kidney trouble are
vy disorders, weak back and
Sache, rheumatism an4 rhemnnat
Sand twinges, pala tIn the groln,
There is nothing a pood for
Op and bladder trouble as Do
gj Kidney and Bladder Plls. You
depend upon them to ae PUntire
utio. They are antisapf*, act
Wtly and sootMe paia. Sold by

1 wbo lives to a frtilaedb room
to pretty "Independet"-4r fthe
k, bep the best ut be hadM wthia

tiag pile provoke profanity, but
leity won't cure them. Doan's
blent cures Itching, bleeding or
hing liles after years of suffer.
At an) drug store.
sad the want ads. Li today's Sn.

b; Big Furniture Store

i, A



'i'tpeople use
outr- of twenty-
dI (ainty, qr-
elitm~no of the
*"4jusuch fur.
weeu at 'The
F urnt~ureCols.

Ownership and



Intense Itching Eczema k[': .: Him
Nearly to Despair-Chifiurngeo6n
of a London Hospital Called It
Worst Case He Had Ever Seen-
Got Littip or No Relief Until


"About tfor years ago, in T rdcn. I
wa troubled by a severe itlh,.a tnd
dry, snuify slin
on my p ti-, i.end
feet. Th1, Fa'I re.
in a ftw d(!a'.,
was tle case % it 11
mry a r mn and
S call'. 1 co ld
S\ \ hr.dd hardlIp r n
0 o say, ru a de i't
54 L(w nt r Ise. a I i
ajj atrd, with
infla nm n ati( n
and soren R.
After ten days,.
thousands cf small red in'plesa f( rnid.
On becoming dry. theFe itching. I was adviwd to go to the
hospital for disease cf the akin. 1 did
so and was an out-patient for a month
or more, the chief surgeon saying: 'I
never saw such a bad case of ec.ema.'
But I got little or no relief. Then I
tried many so-called remedies, but I be-
came so bad that I almost gave up in
despair. On coming to this country I
heard so many accounts of cures by Cuti.
cura Remedies that I resolved, as a
last resource, to give them a trial. This
was after suffering agonles for twelve
months, and right glad am I that I did
so, for I was relieved of the almost un-
-bearable itching after two or three
applications of Cutlcura Ointment. I
continued it use, combined with a
liberal use of Cuticura Soap and Cut-
oura Resolvent Pills and am more than
thankful to say that after using three
eets of the Remedies, I wua completely
cured. I can nly add that should aIy
one be suffering a I did, I hope that
y will dos -1 did and I am sure of
the results. b Renry e.rle. 2092 Crow
St.. Little Rock. Ark.,Oct.8 aad 10.'07."



Mabel Paige Company Again Greet
an Appreciative Audience.
The second performance of the Ma-
l*el Paige Company, who are billed
hi.re for the remainder of the week,
was presented to a highly appreciative
audi.'nce' at the Nes laird last

This strong company carry only the
higri.e't class of rep'ertolre plays., and
in each and e~ ery performance they
have the genuine play represented to
give to the public, for under the con-
tract wh' h is carried by Mr. Rtchile
thiley aloac can present ,a number of
Itgh this territory.
In the t-autiful melo-drama of four
*tak. Why Oris Leave Hllte." Miss
Paige agaiu showed some of her
wonderful work as has been witnessed
oa previous occamionw That she Is
a fAvorite throughout iab. section has
long been established. but just at the
present time the great rsh of the holdi-
days and the extreme disagreeable
weather has prevented her recelving
the houses that she would o:heralse
draw In this city.
Miss FlorPLctre ill wll1 w-* ,*n inI
spoicta ll s I: connection with "She
Couldn't Marry Three" for the mati-
see this afternoon and the company
close their engagenment tonight with
"A Crazy Idea." which is replete- with
laughable situatilni,. And omir rllti'-n
wlU be given an uop seosing Mi.s Pale lu an e.ntirel no-%
role of co-wd, tonight.
The spectalt) work of Mr law
renac last night brought forth the
usual applause. .ai-d this entiman
shows that he can out only handle
IMs line In the- play but ti there for
the vaude. ill' feature& al )

to a 8sosevill M OIL.

glad. LK (Se of th* gr.-at#st *( DeCCSA ew1r
is litJim. modem the stage bas be#s* Ua,40
Pom lreo11 1jtM by Mr. Busies Holtes. tbe grea
IttitafetilkWanlHe, bas had a mOs
'tparlor, diuaiw twoeeedeOrm ww l *'l we
r-cr, omn "Well. in kafSOSMss M r winlim Lyinch
-'.~. Robera. whoecweto thbe Baird lb..

via a "TrasweTslk' as the stY 4W
,~Xo TOMy frms the "S"T to lhe
4, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ K t___ now 3 o'- r bas bosu'




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For JAuai sad' Chidren

The Kind You ave


]A Bears the


Gaineavile Furniture Co. Sends heck
Aor 625, Gainesville Foundry and
Miss Kennedy Also Contribute.

The ladies of the Comettr. Asiocla-i
tion l-td1 much encouraged ii i tt'Lr
work of building a rock ro.ui ttroui+g
the burial grounds, and are detetnrmn-
cd to accomplish its completion at as
tnrly a date as possible.
During the past week they have
rihteived contributions to thit fund as
Gtainetsvlle Furniture Co. $25; W.
II. i)urst, $:; Miss Julia Kutinedy, $1.
Accompanying the contribution of
the Gainesville Furnitture (',>. Dr. T.
I'. Thomas, vtce-presildlt o tthc coim-
patny. sUnL the tollo'iug li.,iilly ap-
I irilated letter:
Mrs ti HI McCreary.
"President Cemetery A-socwlatlon.
"Dear Madam: Please find enclom-
ed our check for $26. which we trust
will hell) you In completing the rock
road at cemetery. We only regret
that it is not a good deal more.
Personally, we wish to extend to the
ladies of the association our higsst
appreciation of your elorts in beauld-
fying the resting-place of our sacred
dead, and we wish to assure you that
when we can be of any service to you
in your work you have but to com.
ma"d utb.
"Wishlng you a Merry Christmas,
we are
"Very respectfully yours,

an extended American traveler, and
his talks are epochs in the theatrical
world. They are not lectures In any
sense of the term. He does not leoo.
ture-he talks. and he talks in a
manner that is a smusi and Interest-
Ing. and easily understood. It shows
you the second greatest city toin the
world, and you seem to be right on
the ground. As you walk with him
Into an opium den you almost swell
the fumes of this drug, so real is the
description, and so real the motion
pictures, showing the victim in his
various stages of happiness. the re
suit of the smoke, All the motion
pictures used, and there Is plenty
of them. and the still views were all
taken on the spot by Mr. Roberts
himself. with his own camera. ie
is a second Ilurton Holmes and every-
jone should hear him "talk" and see
fils views. Becure seat early, be
cause he is sure' to have a crowded
All alnesvlille will Ibe sqlre to turn
out on this occasion to welcome their
old nelihbor and fllow4ownsmas.
Mr. Roberts has b en a reoldent of
North Galaesvllle for a number of

Her Heart Was groea4
Because her colmplexloa was bad
and she could and notlhia to eliar
It p. Lad le- a bad ased by as Inactive lier. As iaset-
e livrcr will be put 19 perleet eoedi
iou by takhi mallard's Herbloe. The
unequalled liver regulator. *okd by
V. M. Jobshaoe.

Ify lvirtue of thq authUity gives
rue b> an ordilsaoce of Ithe ity of
charis of re arm sad irewlrtis toi
the limits of -sid e ty. I de hereby
nuspeod the operation uf ao ma e
*aid ordlusaee as prohibitsll the si
:4.x of arecrackiris. shrkyakts aed
uther Breworks within that part of
the rity wiiel Ie-u n,-re tlam tweI
blocks froea the publir quae. froi





For Over

mm Thirty Years

wseSegaaaggg esse

Notice Is hereby iven that on the
kh day of Jauaar.* A. D. 114 as
Gordian for Oladys Peaoook, will ap
ply to Hoa. H. G. Mason, Oomty
Judge of Alachua cosaty, lord, to
Mll, the isterNt of Gladys Peao*0,
a mlnor, to the followlag deiotM14
lands, lying and betasn la Alachus
naonty, Florlds, towit:
8% aad NW% and $W% of NKH
of See. U of Tp. 10, .& of Rage It
. (Signeld.)
As Ovarlaa.



Willie Hill, a Neorees, Has Murder
In Her Heart and boee After
Him With a Knife.

z oekwk Fulay afieroom go tOI
o cloc "~ter" Ya Ixgbht. II ''ber2611
*~4 110kATI'ilDAVIS.
Itcombor :,r,4I'P>'s mayor.

The IWO t2time c..#If lthe ehlMr
raeb ch r. ,give It Immi~tbiS thWt vi
pmmptiy BMWfroolytout @Maty Mmee
the bolwe&L I& thal .sy the M"dWON
a, Owe he drive, out "$the syudw
Keemedy's sA"Tiv(*CAN* S9"0
inwesothe bovem progul, ya" e* t~.
yet Spetly, sad awthe tmoe hab"
irrimsm rd am" the .NO.19 to
especiallmowadfor 'a''4M ow
by a" dOW
The on oweailgm"so&

Pomotes DIOwm~n

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.) '- -1 1

now" at Ur poea 001"eat GelnesvUls
so ,masoomd-*ssm ail matter

UIt Mc BRY. .UIltor a"d Publishe
IL.MR. Va0ANT. ... .Businew S MaagM
A& RPRUITT. supt. OompoSID Room
Offce in MayumaasBLo.
M3 W. uman SB-set, Telephwo 31

, 1The Dally Sun. publhihed every a'B
S ng except Monday, delivered by earrie
S th etty. or aled to any pWrt of the
S amtsed states. poetas free, for $ a year
$M L0 asx months; $1.36 three Oaths; or
I eats for fve aweey ea ad-
mo *k

sea" No IaOU I dn a n 1 L.UtU
a JIeM fors t shtrtlon, and I cents for
-ab ,4Uonait oIartioa
a"te fr dplaWy 'advertising made
mew Oa applieston.
The Twoee-a-Week Sun t. an eight pae,
frty eoam papW, published every Mon
) &M- Thusday, and oontals allI the
Son of the week, locr., State and gen-
*, to, ua will be Nilod, putage fro, to
S w part of the UUed *Sates, tr W109
*a oer.4a advance.
Ad advertising bllts beaao e afe r
A ,alst appeanoe of sdvertisemeat, ues
SherwisMe lstipulated In contracL PartiUs
wt known to us will be required to pay
w sadvertUsin In advance. Address,
ainesln le, Florida.


As Christmas is a holiday which
printers holding regular "site" always
celebrate, and there are no "subs"
to be obtained In ,Gaineoville, there
will be no Issue of The Dally BunI
on Sunday next. Otir force would be
compelled to work/all Chrlistmas day
' and. half the night to issue a paper
following this holiday, and if any
of our readers expect so much of us
we cannot require It of the faithful
employes who have so efficiently per.
formed their duties during the entire
year just past.

The Sun wishes each and every one
of its patrons a Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year.

Now watch for the advance in the
rice of sugar.
The public knocks, but Mr. Morgan
"ringe" the Bell.
ISe nor Zelays would rather be alive
Sthan be president.

Fpr Sale chap-One slightly used
steal syndicate, made in France.

Evidently the Consolidated Milk Ex.
change has been thoroughly cowed.

A 46 per cent profit shows that
steak cutting is as profitable as melon


Dr. Cook could humbug the whole
public. but ,hose Copenhagen scient-
Iets knew too much for him.

It looks as though the bondholders'
s oM ittee of the National Starch Co.
wmr undertaking a stiff proposition.
Not the last Important addition to
Usele Sam's Chrtatmas stocking is
*the $t7.000.000 Increase In South
4 American trade.
What an awful thing for the dime
evele market! The .Pinkertons are
aS longer protecting the American
SBankers' Association.
Samuel Uompere wants an Invreti-
gation by the Goverunment of the re-
)ations of the Steel Corporation and
Ijts employee. which causes The Wall
SStreet Journal to remark that It will
be Ume enough for this when we
bear a howl from the employees themin

Visitors to the Monerh.t rate track
gAt Jacksonville declare it to 0t the
est conducted affair of the kind they
. have ever attended., perfect order is
Walnttaind within the enclosure.
Ft ots" are promply ejected. )tckeys
a* required to "walk la the straight
kad narrow path." and followers of
the racer* are assured a ride for
their moaey. Se vral Jockeys have
bees suspended for not making a
proper effort to ride s winning race,
a Id all of them have bn warned
by JUdge Murphy and his a.owiates
that they are eoeely watched when
ef the track as well as wben on it
It all the rae courses bad t an coo-
dwrted uIou a similar plan' theO
would have fared better.

state Commere omhMMul to a b
farce when It came to the reguls-
ton of through rates. Some time
ago we. called thb tteatio' of the
Florida amilroas4 kamisea tio the
fact that the rate on newspaper from
Richmond, Va., to Jacksonville wa.o
22 .eent. per giundred pounds and tbhl
rae from Jacksovtille to GainesvllWe
65 cents, while the. through rate from.
Rlcamoid to Gainesville was 52 cent,.
The WorWd OpOnamMun took the mat-
tar up with the Interstate Commis,
ulon and the latter replied that the
through rate was "all right."
Now The Tamps Times sails atteo-

tion to the way the express compaleni
rob the people, and whteh the Intei
state Commlssion permits to go ca
without au effort to correct It, T7
Times says: "- .. 1
"A citizen of Tampa came to The
Timed a few days ago with aa anter
testing story about difficulties and pts
ales he had euc6ntered In undertake.
Ing to ship a crate of oranges to his
mother at a point in MIsqlslppI,
Balden. $e was ftonmed that the
charge was three dollars, which was
too high, ascoftB to his Ideas, and,
equally too high ln fact. Finally be
solved the problem by shipping the
crate to Winona, Miss, ten miles
further from Taspa, ft r $1.. The
citizen felt Indignaat and The Times
promised to investigate the story and
print whatever facts it discovered.
"The matter was looked into and t
was found that the gentleman 'had
stated the incident correctly. It
would look as though there was some-
thing very wrong In the matter, but
it is merely one of tbole peculiar
kinks in transportation matters which
are distressingly common. It hap-
pens that Balden, Miss., is not reach-
ed "by the Southern Express Company,
which is the only company doing
business out of Tampa. The crate of.
feared for shipment would have to be
transferred to another company en
route and the total charge would be
the 'sum of the two locals, as matters
are now arranged or not arranged.
The Southern, however, has a special
rate on oranges to Winona, Miss., ten
miles further, of $1.25, and this was
availed of. It would seem to be high
enough, though perhaps not so exces-
sive as to be severely criticized.
"The Times is Informed upon ap-
parently the best authority that it Is
the ruling of the Interstate Commerce
Commlulon that where an express
company has not established a spe-
cial rate on any article to any point
and been carrying freight at that rate,
In case anything is handed it for trans.
portation to that point the article
must take the regular commodity or
pound tariff by weight. This Is ex-
plained to be the feature which made
the trouble with the proposed ship-
ment of oranges. Now it s*pa plain
to The Times that there liould be
such legislation and ruling a to re,
quire all the express compaales of
the country to exchange and forward
shipments. upon through bills of lad-
tag, at a rate no higher than If the
shipment were entirely over their
own lines. There is no reason on
earth why the charges on a &topx of
oranges should be more than doubled
because It had been handed or trans-
ferred from one company to another.
"It has been a common experience
of persons shipping by expressed, or
sending mesaagee by wire. that the
transfer from one company to another
practically double the cost over send-
Ing a like distance over a single ex-
press line or wire. The cost of such
transfer is a mere trifle, not to ex-
(cd five cents on messages and ton
cents on *mall express packages.
That Is all that should be permitted
to be exacted, either directly or indi-
rectly. for the service. In this par-
ticular case the charge from Tampa
to Itaiden should not have ben morg
than 1.30. and the two companules
should have been required to share
the charge In proportion to the re-
Unletlve mileage they carried it.
T'bere may bd something lan the coun-
try whlch req'iu~w overhauUnga. re-
adjustmnt and reforming mor. than
the eX|'re5 business, but If there
is It la iit yetl diatinctly visible."
Thb" KAtero riis ways: "Heavy snow
report t thrmoahout the Southwet.
Iperetual unim r in South Florida.
No w'ntd.r ithe homl e*kers aw c-rn
lng our S by the thousands."
it Io Agreta It to hear that the
bookwrrm is not. after all. suc a ter
rib). disease. We had aa Ide all

the timi. that the *orm was beuig

Suaduly abusd.

th tIn#ly do h3P:B
the sctch trhlandws deiearse t.
warn people against an appgroshling
enemy arte were built upon the hill
tops nat horns were blow. A few
years *o the wily moonshbn6r adopt.
ed milhofd somewhat similar. Now
yo" sWqmashiner knows better. In-
stead of, adopting methods of such
Aoubtlu value he sets hi still in the
open, abd operates there, so the af
ch of the "reveones" may be ob-
ervie b *' long distance. The su-
gar trust, having more money to hire
more brains, and having opportunl-
tle for greater stealing than the
mooasblaer, adopted me
1 eor to thode fayv .dth-
SCloonsahler, or the gootak
Wr. The trust maintained
*lmatp light sip at the. dosk.
t 0 tear the Govetanent might sme
day appoint an honest official who
oueld Insist upon giving correct
- 4 e -

Having reference to the attitude of
WsreasMm aft. n adIxvisa a& nst0
a Cangr-toual Invewtigatlon of the
sugar (.auds, The New York Sua son.
delat an editorial: "Meanwhile the
wise beaoe at Washington might be
able to temporise, shilly-ehally, and
with embllme confidence lan popular
stupidity wait, for the trouble to blow
over." We gather that The 8un dqoe
not place much faith in Republicans,
But The Sun is doubtless more or
less right. A few mine disasters, a
few aeroplane flights, or a fresh at-
tack upon the railroads would un-
doubtedly serve to take the popular
mind r the stealing of the sugar
truat, and the assistance which the
trust received from grafting office
holders, in all stations of official life.

The new' member of the United
States Supreme Court, Judge Lurton
of Tennessee, is a Democrat and Con-
federate aQldier. He entered the
Confederate service when seventeen
years of age, but was soon captured
and sent toprlison tI Ohio. His
mother NeeOa4 tW fear more for the
safety of her boy in prison than
when flghltng l the ranks, and In
a way kneowi 0i"y to herself suceeed-
ed In passing the Union lines and go-
ing to Washton, where she In some
manner ee i anu interview with
President al d obtained from
him an order to turn young Lurton
over to his mother upon his tacit pa-
role. Judge LurtOI's appointment gives
general satisfaction.

Jacksonville Is now claiming a
"corner" on Florida sunshine."-Fer-
nandlna Record.

$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at leaout
one dreaded disease that sclonce 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 ftraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutmal dissaee, requires
a constitutUotal treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure is take Internally, act-
ing directly upois the blood and mu-
CouS surface of the stem, thereby
destroying the fuostUo. of the dis.
easee, and giving the*pauleat strength
by buildins up the coattutloa and
assisting nature t doing ts work.
The proprietors have so much faith
In its curative powers that they oer
One Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to eare. Bead for list of
Address F. J. CHRIW T & 00,
Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by all druggists. Tc.
Take Halls a 7aaly PlUa for constl.-


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WI fn t a Iall,.


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-AlW A$100
] C0., ST. LOUI,S MO.
nd- 12, Bi-B

I' R.M .T, MONIf


Under the Asspices of

The Florida Live Stock and Agricultur

State Fair Association
One Hundred and Ten or More Pays of High-Class !acin|
Commencing THANKSGIVING DAY, Nov. 25th. Six <
more races each day. The biet horses in the United Stat(
will race daily. The most noted jcckeys of both Continn
will I ice.

Over M300,00M .0 Give Away in Stakes and Pursi
We ask that you attend and juage for yourself fsi to t
morality of racing, and also to see that the best people
the country patronize the sport and that racing brings the
sands of people and millions of dollars to the State.


V. Cashen, Pres.; H.
J. Pons, Bec.-Tre4s.;

D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen. Mlgr.
Joseph H. Patterson, F. I'. Lor,

.PA" ""K OTEL..

Dacksenvllle, Florida.

Rates, $1.0X per day and up. laths-
keller and Cafe in connection.




S. Fla.




Should be its policy of fire insurance, which ill
antee much-needed protection to the faiil '
o. our part we wil g,.1"
tee that our v,
which are i t,'e
est and mogt liler.t

bera to be hal. I
n USlS are W lOW. I!'
protection aibri '.
more than ampl'.
'.wnte or telephone "
.b... G6

L 3.


1,K biusvle F1rid2



. I VP

L of Tampa ha taded
real estate or/ "tWO
and a packlt e0&m
which were owned byI 0.

born, an engineer on the
shot and seriously wOUd-*
m brakeman named WiU
SCamp's8 mill, near WhirT
ingoni a truck trbvwr
recently disposed of a
lwberry farm and ons-
et celery to a Mr. Stanley
SUt sun of $1.650.
k term of Circuit Court
see, Arnette Kershaw
kor murder and convicted
ld to hard labor for life.
many other cases.
ea, the packing house in.
Sthe Florida Citrus Fruit
h making a tour of the
portn many of the packing
very finely equipped.
a great citrus crop this
Mction around Wauchula.
e crop was estimated at
,. but now It Is found
Vill bw about 150,000 boxes.
d Wauchula's young men
Bd a hrash band. Moat
in of the hand bave'had
playing in bands and
ill ~xin be able to ren-

1. State agent for the
oime Insurance Corn-
Li first tour of the
company will be estab-
aid. in hanidaome offices
ilding in that city.



of lArlOha
.bbgeI and'

?. rasing a '.4

lsmber5 this s

blo crated trarg& e

Mother's Meeting.
(By Mrs. Elizsabeth Smith.)
The Mother's Meeting held Monday
afternoon .at the handsome home o1
MI. hDurst was well attended In spite
of the rather inclement weather. The
thing to be regretted Is that so few
young mothers attend these meetings,
as they are the ones tha need so
much these helps.
Mrs. Padgett bad charge of the pro
gram and put her whole heart into
trying to make it a helpful one. The
subject was, "Mothers in the Home.
Program as follows:
-Scripture reading: Titus, second
chapter-Mrs. Padgett.
Prayer-Mrs. Dr. Thomas.
Hymn-"Onward. Christian Sol.
Piano solo-Miss Albright.
Reading-Mrs. George Doig--"Con.
fdentlal Relations Between Mo-
thers and Daughters." This is a sub.
ject that the mother does well to pon-
der~over! So much depends upon tlis.
In the future welfare of the girl. and
it once this delicate bond between
mother and daughter Is destroyed It
Is a sad day for both. It commillences
In babyhood, and if tenderly cherish.
ed is a great source of comfort to the
mother and a wall of protection to
the daughters.
Piano solo-- Miss Isabel Padgett.
'Reading, "The Ideal Mother"--Mrs.
Gross. It Is a pretty hard thing to
be. unless the surroundings are ideal.
but It Is not meant by ideal that the
mother should be perfect, but should
endeavor as far as possible to keep
herself serene, to live near to Christ
and ask often for his help and guid.
ance. Cumbered as she often Is with
many cares, weary in mind and body
she would need to be a saint not to
some time forget and be a trifle Im-
patient, but if one commences right
they can do wonders along the line.
of self control, and making thenihel\e
much to the happiness of their (cil-
dren and their home a good place to
Piano solo-Miss Julia Wainwright.
Reading, "Helps for Mothers of

Ii opening of Volasia
k aik as held In De-
Iai Thursday the
M tolok ace.. The new
"Ito be o of the hand.
of Its kind in the

of BPowling Groee
W us laid to rlst
with Masonic honors
i Fort Meade. Se".
t citizens and Ma-
tO Pt Meade to take

blit Exchange work
t I after the hll
P'(114 1( poat slbly
ark., now hi
[Sy ~rad-. therefore
10 ait until a
b6or. shippingg l1

'.-ome ofe
S' .f Ilorida
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Boys"-Mrs. DeLand. So much de-
pends spon the careful training of
our boys. To Instill Into him right
thoughts and principles, to help his
to early see the beauty of right Ut.
lag, of being bmoest In bhis 40ilp
with others, even when a little ebil.
The mother can do so much with her
boy If she commences early enough,
for boys naturally look to her for all
that as good and noble in life. We
are all interested in this subject, for
the boys oon become our men that
an to make our laws. and. If tbth
are the right kind of men. to w"v
that they are enforced.
After the reading Mrs Turner read
a vry litereeUnl letter from Mrs
Teaem to the ladies of the Unlon.
which all enjoyed. Mrs Yocum was,
O.S of e"r very best worker, and 1i
mceh missed. She won a hannr iat
the State convention for doing th
best work lo her line of distribu'inga
temperance literature This U'ntlon
wil have the banner, as the work
Was done here
The Imneetin rlod with the W C
T. U. State Song aft, r which steam
1s1 hot coca wairi e'ld sIth wafrre
Oaa eakes. The day tw.lng cold and
damp made the manr drink a "o.tI
VdoIe treat. and brightene'd the
team of all preset
I taJ thA ebod 4 inftMin' tO*"
viter of the City of (;ain,41ilCe that
I v.1 ant be a caadidat for r.el'wtk
to the posttim of Marl,*
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West adivertag sa force whidl
4m abhure'. ad wwit whk ubl I
-- veo y&-r pFaes ard perpoer
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ANK Alfred. Richaron A Glorious Xmas
GENERAL Phone u *t M- *t s l *iad
--CNT O get your Cleth"e to Clean and Preoe
CDNT CTO preparatory for this great event. With
your Clothee clean and presrod our
Sway you will be In much better
s116ape to enj.o your Xmas than other-
wile. Our delivery Is the best.
COment Sidewalkit -
All Kldo f of NOE KLIAN KLUS,
ComeWe1 LibetyV t. Phone 340.
c ment i r.

Tiing Layin.- LET US MAKE YOUR
Tile Walks
loenre tm Walk& and
..............INort G 0t ayo urrreder now 1 y will -
.............. 0be00 I0 Neh reo O tea out b1 d1 p n g will be
Ginlie FIpupleasedhM with your eake if yi get It.,
frem e. We alse make fresh lBrad
offers: Cakes and Pies, whise we will del ver
as, Proeident. to your home, daily I) vou will 'phene
e, First VIoe-President. No. 1t*
, $eoond Vioe-Premhdent. 4 KIYSTONR SAKRAY,
, Cashier. .t . Shoer, Prop,

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W. R. Tkhemalm
W. 1 Tay.eus

Cent Paid In .."ma, s..oy., .. : t
I Department A e oM avne Ita" leNt ,a totel.
ea abstrat wsM pe Ilst sa the
bumISt" la the UUe. ..
As ahe =Msl l bMs the do bedt
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Surplus ......

W. R. Thorn
G. K. Broom
W. B. Taylor
L D. Turner

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J. a. Pad@t@,
SF. Duttie
% A Maultaby.

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With Monthly Salary

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I A6, 1 virtu of. -
oui the Conoua nJuig.i
f 0 0tacbus County. Pierda,
-ber tad, 1M, s t"ow
I tW6 0I1 4 REMAIN BETWaEN 4 Geor DolD0 and against H.I K
CITY AND NKWSRRY.I "U L I sS WisN no( and W. L. Woltspartnerb
l MCthfe of sPrMK doiag hWabuss as Welngto & Woas,
( -16 The WeIB'l I hote-levied upon and wit sell at
Work Being Pushed by the Contra bt outcry beore tb ort b
Took. public outcry before tbb court housn
ore, Who Are Doing Fine Plaes .. dor, I aid county,and State, on
of Work on Country Rsade,. 0( mN. IL to
Sed me mn dp. 1910, during the legal hours of
S- wdle E A. Sbi"t gav sale, to the highest and best bidder
The long stretch of uncompleted Wso f w therefqp,.,for cash, the following de-
roadway between this city and New. wI1S m scribed personal property, towit:
beris h, r aduas troubled gt-ltluwilh vml
.berry Is now about lntbed, it r- head. I had ipna r f i bowel AIumber in stages, dreusfig rooms
quiring only a distance of about two left thigh, shoulders and arn ad etae settings, sad all canvas over
miles to Join the two hard-surfaced "Aftr takn Cardd, I am now w top ad curtains, all corrugated irons
bigbays. .ndd a rd it to other s ring and lumber around enclosure and all
While this) work was temporarily il la In eats, said property being
suspended for a short while, it has fJIWSj dubd I li i levied upon as th property of said
recently been resumed, and the head.- oiSS or 'whicb i n pay y totke def ts and bei sold to satisfy
mway made by the contractors Is mo CfrIlK the WOma tooiC. said execution and costs.
gratifying, specially to 'the Iarge It U at C timeawhenthere lsnoth- P4O. RAMSEY,
nabber of people who ae compelled W, fIc IIn, the rel cU of Sheriff of Alachus County, Florida.
to travel that section rw ie ROBERT E. DAVIS.
S .Wen completedlt winI be one of dy4Pfllaintirs Attorney.
the best bard roads of the county, ke Cardul when you are W. witb -
for the recent., ork upon this ro4 the al _your Take *SHRIPP' BAL.
has taught the builders a great deal. 9 -netQ nd b ru fu
The material used on the road nw U Under and by virtue of an execution
being bdilt is a black marl, which Your lhpIsued out-of the Circuit Court of the
frIely mixed with pebble, and it has iitSK I h, (t Circuit, In asd for
aode the Gt durable of all the Bty Fl orida, in the case
highways constrtbed in the oo.ty Url O raves and IL 8. Graves,
except where the real flint rook -has DIATH OF AEDS LADY. her l d, va. W l. Shannon, I
been crushed and used. "hve l ed upon and will sell at the
eenTcrushe d a-ndofue aRFresdence of Mrs. Florence Graves, in
The completion of the above two Re. i Laid to st il ine e N Gaesvile, Ala a Ot
4iles will give the general public e I North anesv e. Alachu a 'county,
an entire dtftance of some' twenty Cemetery t Jvdion Plorlds, on Monday, the Srd day of
milds of hard-surfaced road, besides JUDSON, Dec. 24.-The remains of Jsuary, A. D. 1910, between the legal
the sub-distrlet of Newberry boa the late Mrs. Lou COlson, wife of. bhrs of sale the same being legal
other roast built in their district, Uncle Billy Col sa, were4ald to rest slo day, the following described pe-
which mie"e travel In those parts not tn Piri Grove Cemetery, near Judson, sonal property, towit: One Kroeger
so laborious as other points, on Thursday, her death resulting from Plino Number 37816. aid property I
Old age She was widely known levied upon to be sold as the property
Fer FeverishnfOpi and Aehing throughout the section and loved by of WI. Shannon to satisfy and pay
Sxther& Minrioun u on all. maid execution.
wide ordd ovs tryA Mr. Taylor, who recently camE At Gainesville, Florida, this 4tb day
din. or oei,4 he1fevwr ad r*ee from Tyler. died today nd the of December, A. D. 1909.
ovew the Nahim Ifts. I ."uId 2 WU he interred In the Pine e P. 0. RAMSEY,
aid oe ls at d&ra s Ia Grove cemetery. heriff Alachus County, ilrida.
-.4 -..Thre weddings have occurred in NOTICO OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Toe mae tnd wht v o e lookil this unusually quiet neighborhood D0 D0 UNDER SECTION OF
lor through a want 9d. in T tua. saritng the week-Mr. J. H. Johnso CHAPTER 4i LAWS OF FLOR.
leat there eIemenmn wales h oM y and Miss Louisp Ovesetrn Mr. Frank I DA
weSa ad. ca o aor yo today? Nettles and Miss ilea Rolers, Mr. Notli Is hereby' given that Perdl.
it -Joele Hodge and Mlg Liddes Roer. nand Bayer, purchaser of Tax Certlfl-
If you haven't thbtime to exercise A largely attended Christmas tree cates numberd 8, 9, 10, 11, 39, 41, 45
regularly o s pr w thof ttrction at thand 46 dated theb th day of August.
ventconstlpat l a. D They dent a rlw wo n ttractnlon at the A. D. 1907, has filed said certifcates
T0 e lthfuliUIon. lde B school on last evening. It n my office and has made applica-
iy, healthful seon of te bow was loaded with presents and all who tion fto tax deed to Issue In accord-
without rirplng. Ask your druggist attended report a pleasant time. ance with law. Salad certlflcatt em-
for them. iL. brace the following deedribed property
situated In Alachus county, Florida,
For HEADAOH-4mibea' CAPUDINL towit:
atlsheousthr uod hi W i liand UW' of 8%, Sec. 4, Tp. 8 8., R.
j Aiu oS nds nonag trotee, Capti^ne Will 14 -120 acre.
relive you. It's liquid-pleasant 1w Lots 2 and 5 and NE% of 8E%., ec.
make--cte. immediately. Try IL t0. i, Tp. 8 S., R. 14 E.-154 acres.
a sa Madbe at all ruiag ams Lots 1, 2 and 3 and 8 of IEI%,
S-- _, _ -- _ r .....See. 8, Tp ., R. 14 .-162 acres.
'W% of KNW%, Sec. 9, Tp. 8 8., R.
An Appreciated Gift. t4 E.-80 acres.
Becaus we have the !1. Taylor, the clever and oblig-., and R. 14 -10ec 10acrTpes.
Ing cashier of the First National Bank, Lot (3) Three and i% of SW%,
Ol "- has received as a matter of course Sec 31. Tp. 9, R. 14.-142 acres.
numerous Christmas presents from Lots 4, 5., 7, 8 and 9, Sec. 7, Tp.
B ause thehi fs friends everywhere, but he has N of ItI 87 %of1 Lots 2.3
Sone which he primes more dearly than and 4, and all of Lots 6, 7, 9 and 10.
arA it -- ll others. Sec. T. 10 8., R. 14 EL-49 acres.
are right- This present ame from the far-off The a d dein g osed at
Philippines, and Is a token 'of love date or the lan o n sua t-
eaUSe te a nliy ol remembranee fwom his son, Liet Company-of lq ai, Land and Trt
i tenant LeRoy Taylor. of the Twenty. Company of Florida, land and Trust
SISthl-- lirst lafantry. United States Army. Company o Plorida. Land ead Trhst
is th re Company of TFlorida. Land and Trust
A who was r cently assigned to duty Comnpaiy of Florida. a t and Truat
Are a feW Of the l the Philippines Company of Plorlda. and and Trust
hyy sh l'If anybody everlov Caoodcir company of Plorida. and Land and
reasons why you should Mr Taylor LeRoy knew Trust Company of Florida.
i I tha; hec hi, ftbe is receItpt or Unless said crUficates shall be re-
b u y DiAM ONDS a mot -ronos ponc t*he west, deemed a dte41n( to law. tax deed
which he declares by Its slie and will issue others o the 20th day of
from US. fragrance Is bound to put him to Jsnusy, A. D- . 10.
S|sleep with pleaant dreams. Ma this the th day of December.
Should you wish a Mr. Taylor says he is sgad Christ A. D. 1,S. H .. WNO4,
mas will be a holiday at the bank. Clerk Ctrml Court Alaches County.
nice Diamond Rin he must "open up" that Clgar early M 8 CRVES. DePPuty Clerk.
r a I breakfast to hilth it by bed-
Cuff Links, Stick Pinda w w 3
Praevnds oa i.(euttnai.t Tayl ir will < 5s aBertsi lr the West Eehesmm

Locket. Charm, or a w to %am a e *
,,.- 1' oSMA I,, i astsgament. that be Me -n' '
Ladies' Brooch, w e co entry, and that'be" Iajo t. Tr am
.gooal bm.lh He ass his father to
have them, and can -m-b h-i indly neevt ies Co
frieds. and .ads Chritmas greet. UNDERTAKING CO.
please you. .h.$o .___ .a
roll-win8 sg the vote la Pho col
tsat uwnt l. vo e Ist 3 The b44 pill Is DeWU itt. att rly PLL UNE OP
test a Rou-ted b -ece. esy. pleasant andP O 0N O.
(asluevitle High School.,...t143,074 rur little liver pills DrWhtts Car W
Miss MarrkI Parker. City. . 102.IT bold Witeh Iaasp Salve Is the -
Miss Vida harra, i.ol ..... ...93.11?7 original. Good cuts, burms or
Ralph Chapinet e. ... *rte and especally for ptie Sold AWW ot
Nerth Goeaesiltl Hall ........4W by all dnrggibts. IEnUM4TR TOIlST 1
Mins Mtlue, Jecasta hs. ete.K M, ,~I FEt'I.
NMi B se Walta. Hawtho.ft,1 -45
=am. A.. fti.O WaWe ......ua. Dr. A. Dolan ---
MWIe ft ^I ...... te m6MW & ... *, o *
Min Roa L Rvs IKOIO ip. 1Td1 MU1 MNdiCIe Tiwitmat for l__ T bWn I0
Qorw and MWle .. .
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Otird Theatre Monday Night. Dec.

. S. Merchant & Co.
ARtIilers aii JIggers Ia

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Grati OGarsieg Seed aqd Fertilizers
HMgheat mault prte6 paid fr CIokene, Eggs and oth*- Produce
A Oemlmek semk of Hay. Oms Oats low. Bran, PeIl. Conoa
adMaM mmi RM7. W kwale oly-thVeryB t goods
at lowI PAlM S a Id Samrates IM atshoticW always

Air Line Railv

Two Eleganit Trains D)

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ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepe"
Jacksonville to New OrieanF

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Of mort We d and rdute o
W- i ra the ou. J. T Wills, OSTOPATHIC PHTSICIAN
toe t W Coulrt, Elghth Ju- Gsauinsile, Florida.
a o ty A, I ad oxad for der of Klrla. M
1 t- ftantat of the 7th d o f OcOffice- 201 N Mal, 1t. Ne th. Te
,Inacertal csasu e tretn phase 1L Ott**hours 9to12. 3to 5, CR PR E 0
A. C. on the chbwilo side of said and by &ppointment Graduate of

fe. W-am W ll ^atJoiner and ThoTlK *,R. Whaley
S_ ( t nld LW.f1ees Mtr. toA uny out deervrtn, lords. se
W. V. l ot ora founder of system, KIrkvil. Mo.
-adaalstrtor of* the tate of

I5 l %44 in defendants,n*A .hereino DINTIST,
-% -heAM ad RJDEC
A ri olawhereby t9e and To Relg o Wasla e O.v t lo o
I Mased ial Mater to Alryaut *rasvilord.it
tc las decree, 1 will, on Monday, th Sloe--Rooms 1 a d Grahan
yM ofJ anuary, 1910, sell to the Buifding. Ofte hours: 6 toI a. ..
JIM bon" door In the CityT ta.Li
Msaormaa; I A of Galnesville, lorida, between the
C,. DUsILBW. <4R ro h ur bow a sale, all the right, title. ,.0. MIX0N1,,
i'A -.maacatms Lsad elaie of a saild I & W.
0 T .A O DNTT. oS Qivo W

I a theo Ote Over D ttonIn r. Bank. Phone 286
U~-''W.8.yBRO1and to the following __
151i4dsituated In Alachua aievilU..
o 'MI P Florida, to wit:iMll
pA-ditor-& su oiet Northwest orner of the North- f l D- uVS MOuRw
Sof setio tweatygix D To f a h
P1s .P0, J i. '6t1e Northwest qarter of 0T 0 0 m.-
Viaehl l: cwoma ysx (6) In Township D I I..
0. s~maM Y Gere her with all and sIgular the
Nojes-1G. a0 10tmmI as her eb- m at sad .par. e T ev. AD K beeI8 ms, efdidnnemtam
d. to t nghe same be4Mogl o oori n fse 3 u

o6in a t e 1. prtata e. paloe s ele to
I~pW.tW.0allp batfy taid dooree and cotos. Tewio Bt, bloebe built ue1 os T o i w i

-* ^ SpeaW.laster to Chancery. rBROOME arrvingd tm tke bt"m s wtb tr heavy eentatroed ad of the
B*Bottdter tfor Complainant. DENTI8T oo e ofthe bet Plaeasto IIaem bell otaln i plat o keltMW she *ak
sr Mastati h .I this co entry to supply us with the 6o m mea. u sarsate to e talt
4 .7 of 8 of 8e.followiln Pta1o, tyrle 17. marsated f plan. T hio paan e to Isq
Ne tee. f Appilcation for Tax, ad Os ever OaMs A LA. Abma te years: o b0 e wheel es tor s.
Uni.e o -1rTderF Si of Clhartie 1 Ptoe s, se at ta Cas Tis double lesered Isfide aad We will give 'a vote ter each ponl
; Init3AIonerS-Jb & o t out. Inside with b ea tita white &us ar speit with us In or dtereat do
Notice Is hereby given that C. W. C. ADKINS pie, well alnshedi; eo lde vwth beas- partmnts. Watch out for sor ad.
SChnairmoa. Haxge J . SaBuknlght, purchaser of Tax Certil N M mahacs. emt-otoIt laI la ty tol, every lasso of The han. Cut It
L Campville; J. W. MNi. ate No. 209. dated the 6th day of with pilasters and tresen to Mt V ouAt and bring or sead It nla to us and
Ch. W. Summen, Tret-i August, A. D. 1907, haa filed said Attorey-at-Law. Its appearance. Pftall empire top with we will allows votes oa each or the
Glsnstills. eertlfcaUte in my office, and an made drop a amount stated thereon. Our rat so.
SIho OWdIem appleation for tax deed to Asue In oo ldin Por te o o will allow anyone entering the rame
r- school Board*-. w a Icordance with law. Said certificate Porte r BIlock Cheos and toe blocks blt up o 00 tee. The nly bae box wil
k chairman. Hawthorn; J embraces the following described many thleknsses ato lassre absolute o e feund lotn evstbllehmen wi e
LaCromse; (. W. flhW. property situated In Alachua County, OGaineflle- - - -Florida stability Ia war. Case equipped re to vete. Branch office of
lorda, towit: -with compounded key botto o MLnafacturerw Cinnnmasti, Ohio.
UWor- a. W of NE% and NW% of SW% i. BAKK, sure stability and.ultolmity of to from whom their P o for this cotedt
.IBmtor-H- B. Mtr a .. 1as ,W of BE% of SW stec. 26, w a Ik i, s made of quarter sawed rock was purohaed, have agreed to rs.
T ue Typ. 10, S. R. 18-140 acres. ATTORIRn AT-LAW, maple, constalingato ooUts. delm through us the ten o$100 C
t Hoouseeyd Loarto, The said land being assessed at the The sounding. board is of Uatoralsa t0e4e4s aa follows: One certllcte
e; T. A. Doke. Sa nta P. date of the issu nce of such certi .S OLIOR IN OAOL Soo, eras rit ofi at u the m wh for $100, which will be r edeoW
acte In the name of Unknown. lerial ouag at right anges of able In cash as a payment mn aly
Unless said certificate shall be re-. ast lintbo. Ifa reg to eantfs A Plana they miafaltuf.
City Offlosrew deeoed accordiAg to law, tax deed GAIN 8VILLS, Alsahus Co., rL ofI the entire width of the els d ng RULaS AND REOULATIONL
-Horaoti DavIL. will Issue thereon on the 27th day of Offl.e i Havman PIlook. Sard area.
-Chas. M. Del.- Drieoember, A. D. 1905. 1 The contstto s Open to aaHyo"
Wtl ness my official signature and FERDINAND RAY RR. Treble and base bridge, laminated livlnx In Aaeb county who I hs nwu
.AesTor-W. M. Bradford, seal this the 15th day of November. and built up of many thickawn of by the onductor of the oMtet or
lctor-T. B. Ells, r. A. D. 1909. 8. H. WIENGES, ATTORNY Ar LAW. the choicest quarter sawed maple, tihed tofor by somea reputable per
lTresCurer-J. Many D0: Clerk Circult Court Alachus Coun- JwasniLLa. Poout i a bloek Iminated and butlit up of ow to them weU Iow*.
aAe-. as, ty, Florida. e different layers of wood, iasuring
oreyR. av l your y proper, () absolte stabllty of atrumet to L. No ealdee tteeie or reb-
Aldermiesn-. K. Broomc. Nt oD A licati n for Tax d proved mad aliprohed) tand to ne. ported German tun i.1ve et the noe tor lo mith
S8. J. Burnett Ph akin and farming lands. pins ad r striage, double rpean are eligible i participate In this eo..
". C. A. Coic b,. W. T. Under Section 8 of Chapter 411 listt ofwhat no nffrorforsaleM 91 wood bang action, splendidly re*t. test, and will participate ta so am
Laws of Florida.t hated, ad 13 pound hammer of to er. .
erPublc'keH.I" Notlo i s hereby given that C. W. A. OARLI dr, the event a esmdhi dm6seds
: W W. Hampton, eas cat knghto3u serd the t da tf ATORNY AT LAW Ivory oltseless trap work and threto withdraw from the ", heant
F Dutto1) .ILJ. Bl .R Augsst. A. D. 1907, has filed said And oliSitor la qulty l votes to the credit of another cndle
certificate In my office, and has made Tb Ira plate of this pian o I s .. thn e coate.
__s________ application for tax deed to issue in -
i A-pI~ca~~ for Tax Deed accordance with law. Said certificate
SApplication for Tax Dedemtbraces the following described le'a etal' oe, o00o"e 11e ag1 adeM l
Ir lSction 8 of Chapter 40 property situated In Alachua County, oral Prase.A. All business p-ul
f Florida. Ilorida, towit: aeaded to. Odle* nowt dIor 1a IAN UT
Lot o. Blk IS, Archer. 0P11. .111111Its N Ti AZ
S ris her.Ly given that C. W. Their ad land ben assessed at the L .. Y 1. 9
PLreLarher of TUa Crt*. date of the issuance of such certUl reAMs CLAK T uO w M11 1"
"46 and 308, dated the 4t cas lIn the name of Unknown. IARK & FI0 Lue VOTING COUPON-Good for
Seember. A. D. 118, hasM Usleos said ertlcSate shall beM re
"n Criairates in my e e and deem ed secording to law, tax ded 1Q01O Z Z 5
SpucaUon for ta deod to win Isse thereon on the 3Sth day of LofW
wwrnbet with law. t bId Wshr A. D. 10. .
embrace te fllow d- y official& nature aAd f-t e **
Situated a Maus seal this the 15th day of November. hdeel. For X
toait: A, 0. 1 U. g WINNOS.
SSec. i6, Tp. 11. U. 3. Cl, Circuit Court AIqluin Cou- OC--m Omr eesvlU IIe |
It-r d ama. Qhe enwn nortr | Addr- .... ...... '
c* T l. T-p. .~ e -- W e AppIsn for Ta. e Thu, OmpOn Ws be uM a t our ples of business. .
d n asegad at "" l the hnadea o

a 'rber. A. D a ee, sad has made prstioa 'esidence:
Kb9 Oliclal s l e ig.Mer t R.- -

t -,tahe blwm .o.d.r be wPeTns.tr Magnolia Hotel Gainville

t. on gchap 4 j1,s todd lead4T belsag s *a ssdt the
,_ of Chapter date of the ,ltesce of sech' r- + _fl I

... rR. ._ KIE-6atUs*.WOOTATE |i f. Wk.
Vowal""e sad earticate shall eo re nb m
16 I Lh..b LC a_--- =S to dlawe, tax dS E, tkr soit .h

a$ .!my omcfal isnamur a *&MnAMMUIU L, A. ,t
k ". l this thUe" e day of evember.
'... '. 0I 1ait S. H. WIX(G .
aerk Cir c uit Court acmbas Cor n.r

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Dr J. H. 4 t t*Sam

dd I si.tts rossfty r. .Aw qqr,.ait Wl.
to thet to vW tre 4is

ilaeiss here withI t;6 oteer.
T. H.. west .o 'At oe t Aesoit
the city y0e aerdy. He s as

arto W&cAfts, W ers e hl e Wi ial
Snumbe r of daes wK rels at te
Sat a Thr rw Mi cu

T. we Tos esr, o fra fsmt. a tso

Petondent of Moe ia ttow.lAM p -
te o t. A Merr, Msior to the citay
Dr. JC. Pose o Msoo18 ta avrl
rived In thAe tyk ymsrday for th
purpose of apaiUgsp the COhyateas
I holidays here with bth otheamr.
T. H. Oweas of Lake City wae la
the city yesterday. Hoe as ae rout
to Wacahootar wholr he will spet

phats plant. a tUa wmesto put at
toheb coat. w a visitor to tho lty
Sye rd ary. a M
Dr. C. R. army. who s ateandtin
eooUnty& Atlanta, arrived ta the cty
yesterday ad illU Asped the Cbrt t
a me today ber witb the family of

T. we4e. 81 r.
Dr. the bW. ur hamda wifM of

etark c pasefd through the tlt yeo
terday for High opriag. wher they
will p Chritmas wh tohe ttmor'
parents. Mr. and Mrs. HIedges.
A. B. and 8. 0. Stetwer. leading
alttuINe and stook I la*n of the
Ro1helle eso1 s. wer viMattors to th
city yesterday They stab en a brg
lot or sat laIad te that pert of the
county and ere amana the *satM w*.
todo f.armera.
Sexton Perry will iot bA at the
cemetery today. baolg bee granted
a wld*1** d hoUlday. Parties p*.
tiag the burial gromada will thernore
plaesea earful to see that the gue
is oleo*d when they *e*ar a. wel as
whoa they leav th |e eatery

J4. *. Rtn. who we
eortuef ta oh 9tm h wee

heNeto mew asmos the owe trea
f*thM sasaes hto sti omw Oenseo
0.rpny lateres th-engh
biMMaf water the sa-
*..- ^^OL A ^ ^ Jla
Shemi 1y hba bee thlmeei
to her we em Pery avlt

equal n orwirN ba hman o He
3 sad testees. sd v

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Ube am .m to m.."_
wWaS Wrlhel mo.st a0,10tt
tn Almay Ahtre u tito'id ItI

r tives.. K.gr fim. of

dhate a hde* ut WI dol who

,0asshop Pi gr. tssinadi
Sh at or the purpose 't*Ili' A
as -wnlpdaie .

J. It. Mewratoof ratchet oa w

of e to r oad ~ ,vateraltor ,to
hvo'me ate afllt y:. N
with rel nd tire d.

Bs. T. Nkmm of ad pllesa eM of

dotaln his hBotuAm tradlnx I( to
were so* we voisiteg i the t iy oi
terday .tmd Ioldotar y dolag thei r

uholmdady shoppllg.
JM. a. elasteo surl atea4it of wve
c. a. of and Cmu, hav* e*gon
yto Wl. w here they ia oped the
ant seve al subs ars th ets of
Selatises ad r eds.toto
g.e bekhami of Ctatpllle wea
deai biyl Christtas trama to th I
City yesterday. Hitamy fre nas
twere glT tio L a hli aeaa.

.te t Vai school at ar ow a ieda th

the ciH yesterday to speed the ho
days with he mother ad otWhe re will
Sti rvs Yua .forda vt
.tic las Club are rqqusesit to

amet at the Aay Maday ees
Iag. a eIa mt tawo mprae t. to
muame bbe thhed. thel Webate
gr -atnt. -
Mr. r.ed Mrs C. A. Martamp t

sle. by their little arrived mt the
Ty e rterday to spead Ohrstya as
the ghet bhr parents, Mr. rane

U. 01 'h**m. who io roanected with

the atmm, a Pdw.re Cmy. Het
jao WMs Taemby for a vimIt wth rewa
tiem d Ir1at the eMoftdays. *
Step. er ahe in twao smtam toeth

saMres; bearegeasC. eme b: man
ctebe; twoabrs; earet~reat, aweire

T W. Pi&hg lelt yesterday law

ter. wheI it to Mate there io eit.e

msa stsaw- N. C.. who pepatb ise
**eb hefrt bt -Jesi .s
Tee W.ase eatenai a tA p yart
LkMSMrlrtb oyno -

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rery streas ap^Ml it tt ai t E we

*a f-s *pa @ale smuoat O
thin l et*.a 1 the w F te

sadT betaftti. was e BaOW tu toa
ainevtill *eaks .a O$ WO Oewe

m -06ontM1 ca rolunt.
lhDti4ni f t o leew the bpe 1

mt. or' lethe Gembnl ye etktw

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a the In wpar h lofit s a

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Mr. atid Um bobt Adana. me.
coat pa,.ied by tow twwrm.'s masher.
Mrs Ediewaa. ofOm a~ arriedi
tie city ypeumty mNW will $Poed tjhe
bell 6..vvrd dV s e asrgm
the fatuity.4t atrlgtwltwh am

a 04'.1 'e h beb

wMgow the "Iys SwqostPe~
(cildr'. a OrWa relloffor ww
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ltq kixt s"ll at .do e Uiversty.

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MN SA&Jj-A em ItW notditiaMY
,Into ftr moofora r truek

iHMu 18140 GAM3 LAW 49O

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rg W ,o aIM art calen.
l. ,}Ii all given out.
l rto. Ohildren, but
Will avail
S PPa oftunity to get

IMen to Iharn b
OSe; few we ks rol'r I
S py. yla work within l r!.
'pmor man; can ha% e i ,
spital; wages $1.1 to .
*omw-tul demand(i; t
stalogue mailed free. Moler
,r C olege, Atlanta, Ga.




TYea a make no mistake if jou
M article of houme-turnishing I
'this stOr for your Holiday lift. 1
ae hundreds of articles lwre th"
prow moat acceptable as well as ql
priat gifts, and will tw Islming M
as Ufalo to thoUe reviving thrm.
Ai Ml k t Saru i t .1
iMUMrC.ches... s.18=
V e Cuter Tables. $1.50
ft bkmrs......$1.75l
FU ,Lams....... $1.51,

mOm Clms ......... $S

One lii Waralobes.
CiM Closets--p'ease thc I

212-11 West Main Street I
,Phe 310 -

Why Not Buy
a Diamond
for Chrinstmis
A nk'iw n1r "" rI
OCriltmMa. i, t f wo
mnail, will l;*1** twr
tha An YNIn'l' t
For $15. S.1
$35., 50 w 1s

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