Gainesville daily sun

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Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Running title:
Daily sun
Alternate Title:
Gainesville daily sun
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
H.H. McCreary
Publication Date:
Daily (except Saturday)[-1938]
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1903>-]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


The Daily Sun was based in Gainesville, the seat of Alachua County and shipping center for Florida’s citrus region. The newspaper was formed through the merger in 1890 of the Gainesville Advocate and the Daily Morning Record. The Daily Sun described itself as a “democratic” paper. It was published daily, except Mondays, by Henry Hamilton McCreary, the scion of a prominent southern family. After completing a degree at the University of Kentucky, McCreary established himself as a newspaper editor at the age of twenty. McCreary also rose to prominence as a politician in the Democratic Party, first as a city councilman and later as a member of the state assembly, to which he was re-elected several times. McCreary considered himself a staunch patriot and fervently supported industrialization as a means of strengthening Florida and the nation. McCreary’s wife, born Irene Richardson, was well connected in the civic networks of Gainesville and northeast Florida and served both as vice-president of the Florida Federation of Women’s Clubs and president of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Daily Sun was continued, in 1903, by the Gainesville Daily Sun which briefly carried the title of the Gainesville Sun.
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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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Related Item:
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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the firt whto wl
had worked wi l
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him how
had "by her."
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t hat If "he wa"&
MMad not keep hbis
It would be an am"
to murder the o
and burn the visti
Chief Wituea
the woman whom
lJave with, was .e l
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ad told her they W*
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ses testified Mi tB
was burned and vol
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f(ail> of Little, wa
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l.ittles relations w
Iand his troubles at ho
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tef mu. order a lamp I
She'in Little went av
wz :' 1i1 ail night. I
111 i A'vake twice d
and t(i. latip was a
0t nh ik in the morn
tI't ir,.tkftast and foi
r "oat was bhang
if it had been wv
Pf the Lantern.
Dot hik own. was O took the
Sh NMous a Wife.
t .1 Murray
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f CoAdbbtted Efort toDr. Byrd Divered ine eture, Arrest of C 0s o WeIh r NeW YoT k o
e Did Also Drs. Murphree and Thack
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Stern out after breakfast and begab The Alachua County TeMsers' In- NEW YORK. Nov. It.-A Sew dltmitsed ye7teda y wee IetvU Ilir
I tA leo on it and would not tell her statute was held In the altorium of mrtes of alleged euatoma rauds was Iee appolateed, sad their 1 essaor
S why he did so. She maid he came the Galnesvllle Graded ad High brought to eight here yesterday wth will be oehose from the civil serviee
j Ito the room two hours after break- School building, beginntg Thursday, the arret of Thoas C. OItdla C a lUt of elIgble.t
t. hat and called for bandages to tie Nov. 35th, at 8 p. a., and eledng Pr-. customs weigher, on an Indotaeat Thel.0 lOetor sad he wl"le to eas
ip4s hls leg, stating that he had cut day evening with an axbollet and charsgng him with ooepiray to de1 No0t a tppr ea t w_ l bi ar*
is leg while cutting brush that morn well delivered address by Dr. Byrd. fraud the Government t cennetiool o4 to Ilh to be sounewht egrale to
S but when she examined the wound The majority o the e ace i of the with importations of ign In 1004. Ae t4e qEet that the Idvil aeenwi rle
It was found that the blood was dry. county were present, and eM of the oordlng to the Pederal prooeeutorst had es diregrf4ed I ta the IOa,
Little appeared very restless after best prepared papers that have ever Oldd4ia underweoghed two ship sle sad appe ntast prwovile
this, she said, and frequently would been read before this assembly were mats of Afig codoetgd t6 loaI l s- made during the pbe val. T uwas
wake up In the night and talk with read Friday. porters recording the weight of thIe lt the oae he 4 ldred, the olvll
l s wife for hours at a time. He took All the teachers present felt doubly frst sblpment at 10,000 pounad lasted service rules having been atltUy ft
the lantern up to a hollow several repaid for coming. They fel greatly t 40,000 and detroadla the Govern sarded and appolatmeote eof ew ean
Sales from the house and hid It be- beneftel and went to their respectve meat of the duty ea 8,100 pounds of lh all eae hIa bevi agesa efrom
teen two log. schools sure of doing better work. the als contained In the second ship. the vll service lIta.
It was stated that Little had a 32- Dr. and Mrs. Kelley, the ever hos- meat
Soalbre revolver In his coat pocket pitiable superintendent and wif, ten- The lodlet t,agalnst Olddlngs, It Wlekershea DOeftes.
Stth morning after the murder and that dered the teachers a reception at ls Intimated, is the Arst of a merte WasUhngtoL, Nov. 11.--Attorney
b his wife took the pistol from him their beautiful home Priday from 5:30 which the Government hopes to ob. Omeral Wiekerhas never was oam-
Spoeoet and tried to remove the cart- to 7:00 p. m.,.for the purpom of giving taln from the grand jury now In see- el for the Ameriesa s a Redll A
Srdges, but was unable to do so and the teachers an opportunity to become slen as a result of following up Cdol Company, though Henry W. Tat, tdiM
taded .the pistol to her apd she better acquainted with seeh other. lector Loeb's IlnveatIgado and di- vidually for the Are of Strkan 6
ut1 took them out and they fell on the Delicious refreshments were served mtiaale. Cadwalader. of which both Mr. Witk*
bt bed. and greatly enjoyed by everyone pres- Ten more assistant weihen were ersham and Mr. Taft were Isbons,
St* Keeps Wife from Stand. eut. dropped biy Collector Loeb fom the was retained by that empa Lin th o
A score or more witnesses were Prof. E. Ii. Collier reeelved the customs service yesterday. Bull inlnt the company by tho P nn
S then Introduced to prove the owner- guests at the door and they were wel- Mr. Loeb announced that with the sylvanals lugar AReaning Colpay.
shihp of the lantern, the substance of corned by Dr. and Mrs. Kelley, and dismisals the generall bone cleal Mr. Wikersham made this statemet
o' their testimony being that the lantern Misses Franklin and Anthony. Ing" In the custom house as the result in response to newspaper Inqalrie as
had been in custody of George Mead. Dr. Kelley is greatly beleva by of the Investigatlon into underweldg to whethorw hae d ever tee re talked
te Ows; had been loaned to Meddows his teachers, and was preentd with Ing frauds had been completed. Some by the saoeJled "ugar trust," whirls
eei by a neighbor and never been return- a very handsome KIk pin as a token Individual case remained, however iAgurnag so eonsplcuouIly In the
of ed. The lantern which Little hid in of their great respect for him. After on yhich he might And IIt necessary eutom house frauds at New York
the hollow was shown and was said the presentation of the pin, the guests to take action, the Collector added. tnd In reCnt conferences between
her to be the one which Meadows had (departed feeling that this is "a great. Including yesterday's dismissals, a the traeury and department of justlee
he borrowed front his nelKhbor, wide, twautiful, wonderful world," and tc tal of elghty)three men have been officlrin.
ay*, A phyilclan who rmo'ovd the bul- that it ls "good to liet in It." removed by thoe Tollector mince the The Pennsylvanra Sugar ease sl the
'a. lets from the body of (;i'orge Meadows --- ork of readjustment of the staff in one which grew out of the Adolph
With stated that the bullets taken from the AT THE CHURCHES TODAY. the cutomlm service began. The men S gael kan.
.e revolver of Little and the bullets tak- "
es en from the body of Meadow%, Divine Services Will Be Held at All BONNIE MELROSS. well-known Maxwell grove ntar town
was of the ianie weight and make. Places of Worship. has eun. the langerle amp lWing
wly One of the witnesses stated that ,rvices will be observed at the M;I.ROSE, Nov 27. The net specially heavy with fiet
M* ItUtle had sent word to his wife not variuu churchess of the city today as quart.rly meeting of the Melion -
dur- to testify against him; that if she follows: charge of the Methodist Churrb will A New Auperintendent.
till did again she would give everything First Methodist Church- Kev T. M. be held on the 2nd of December at J. W. Magln. as experlestod cor.
kIng away and get him Into trouble. An Christian, the evangelist, will condwct Orange Heights. strurtltot contractor of Riebnmod. Va..
und attempt was made by the common- the services at this church tod*y. A fine rain of nearly one lnch fell has arrived In the city. and has aV
0nS wealth to get Little's wife on the preaching at 10:30. 1 o'clock and 7:;0. .on Tuesday. The lowest temperature sumed the position asiMrltendit
rl- stuad. but an objection was entered The services this afternoon ,iII be noted bere during the following cold f metslrtrUeo of the enw overn.
by counsel for the defense and suo- for men only, and everyone o-.r the snap was 42 degrees. with white frost, ment building, eoeeedies GO eral
"taed by the court. age of fifteen years 1i Invited This but no damage was done, 91 0 water S1 u perltedent Mile.. who has bes
n a Both gides rested at 1 o'clock and will be Dr. Cbritian's last dai. and melon vines In bloom coming out all the job slace the beginning of the
Ian- argument was begun. It is to be hoped that he will IN grel rig ht work "
-U ed by good cosgregatious. The' even Meltrose. lAdge F. ad A. M.. Mr Miles ha bees rasferred to
er reached their destination, nor hat ing service will be of a nolon nature, will meet In regular comma lctleon it oefhes of the King lmaber CoCW
bid Say word been received from them or otner churchbes having given way i sessioon n Doe ber 4th Mad for psay, the b ostreteors, a Charlttee.
41b. mews of their whereabouts. It is as order to allow their egrelgatio)s to work to the second degree. Vas1lsta ille, Va.
g If the earth bad opened up and swal- tend this service., brethren tvlited. Mr Magft is a clever fellow, a-d
"' tlowed them. The fact that J. i rt aptist Chbur. Rev J. J. JMrs. t. aret and baby of FPla the anlrt to which e sea $
b Mek a, friend of the woman. left c'loar-sunday cb at :30o s .; bEh; N, n new aivtals a s It e dete i evi&eads t thea agd.
'1I Ml the aae train, leads Mr. Murray preachgbt at 10:46 a. m. Junior IB. Hhtuamse- badb t oma ." No le a
the to h eoscl utom that he ben v a H. . at 3. so W, D. I Reyrnlds Cm, msts hi bee isl It M te s to1
detled. He would lihe to solve the 6: I p. m. There wl bea n ee *n- to aiats o eempyig le attag, eWner ited wat will bemo e the middle
eA I a Mry ad locate his children.- a se vtce, aest of revival serv- Qual etret sad S1. Bellemy aNi* o the mielg yeaW. NWd it gee w1h.
A. TImee-Democtat. S-ees at the Meted church H. Jebsos ad Nies L Mah we re i that h o wU mat hMa .
tirst Presyterlas Chrch Re. quietly married at the beas It the*, -
Tho. P. May-Pre-acM n at on a bride's parents by Rev. iarr es Wed W e W - -M uto
t subject "The Family Altar ne.dav .eaL s Swthae t y -e ma**M er what it is**
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.. Mario. fuuly ,eSr. ia 1
day and ,Sa tatoe *.
a greater aud bstit w *'4
could,4e hav e td ai d tt.--
beSgilaPg.ot I* U14,
o, d t se toeq le

mow o. tho 414 M
' tem.aw0 te hf y ot hitS
for the p te rp
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were Mr esor w I
t T tasa. *Bt e_ ti, ee.

*adt p ihr te of ta tho i

Is tbie ot "tl oWtMhed t a nti

14 hato so the at am l 0m t

P t
taok,9 ltae ery tase s d tho ab
:eretth"IN6d Wa the wyortfroiuets.
t' WIf oart, r w ast te f sa greati
uaM d showi the iuop v sl buk.

aed and 0 fair .th treat reit I
D lie a thest4three omths5e-

r ta Uial ati ud Pres id ent Raimk
am bha sbeewbud at work sodiote a
hibi t sad rati gt. he gros

and the larg e addltoI Amsoesl onty
ad thmade or the reception ofithe
eabits ,was txhed Sa td la eRce
arrfangd an e40d MJt aidit

twere crowded to the utmost.
IUrou rctor county can makse snc
ed, Dow much me would It e to
retary WUUliasM. sad Preldetro B

hmave th tws ard at work ies eomb
y. ea and pgive airl that wil b oaci
sad tM lairg additional *paw dIr

evead ya that was verattem of pted
In the st taxed ad .pe
trd g crowded s of Alach u t ount

poe wreO present during the fair,
but thar ister would have boan greatly in
acrased howled the special tr akrve

Terythnagr teed uon ever attempted
Lnoart a led at the o last moment o

people werof the present dur the fairval
arbut thion wcouldty have beethroun greatly fair

I that was agreed upon been give, and
not annulled *t the lat mnomet ont

association. made a grand showing,
,and one that will do much to ad-
vance her Interests.
One of the special features of the
fair was the hose r aing, which at-
traced a rat deal e of attention.
These raoes Included some of the fl-
et hore ia the country, and formed
a part fthe great Sue. of the aIr.


Ted Bcbtradara's, the clever day
clerk at the Browe House, left yeter
day tfor Jaca sqvile.. where he wlt
visit trends. Ted wll be mniased bet
tdad 4h eounter t thas popular hoe-
teiry, but his *vaeso itoe wl erset-
and frMeids trzt that he will have a
*big time." l
When a cold beomes settled In the
system. It will take several daiy'
treatment to cur. it. and the best ens-
edy to use Is Chaaibertala's Coagh
Remedy. It will cure qsleher than
any other, and also leaves the sys.
lea la a natural and healthy coadi-
tima. Boid by all druggitas.
W. B. Alessader of Baltimore. who
sells shoes and has a large nmsber al
friars a this aectton of (he state,
hee beea In the city 80r the past day
or two In the itwe t tof hls lrm. Mr

Alexander eays he always likes to
come to Oalaeevlle. because It' 'the
beet town om hs roste.
The old, old story, teMd tames with
ut number, -A repe Wed ver W and
-r agate ftor the ist M yream, rbe
M I always a weleme story to those
t eief eo health-There ia Mhla
b the worM that ears emthe as
Oades # A iSy as Chambubta'i
' 0 m0ghReat m by aOell 8t
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lat aU ,t ,hey a.; Sao r idmii
IJak~Jemt Wo wi W a gl t
gret tbem Snd w tan elR theA
mauW(e*ok* arani*, OtVranI
Croup Is moot pevaleit duarai the
dry ,oo weather the early winter
aot a. Parts, of raons gldMres
cbould be prepared for It. AB tat
Is seeded Is a bottle of Chamberlala's
Couth Remedy. Many mothers asr
never without ft In their homes and
it has neVer disappolnted them. bold
by all dru bts.
Attention Is directed to the adver.
Usement ot the Wilson Company,
which appears elsewhere In this is-
sue. This eaterprsllB SrOtn Is desir-
one of reduolac the big took of milli-
nery, and is 6ferain extra Induce-
manta for the next few days The
firm is ali otersin a special reduc-
tion in tailor-made skirts for the next
few days.
C. D. Dennis, the clever mine super-
Intendent of the button Phosphate
Company, after a brief visit to Jack-
sonville and the carnival, was In the
city yesterday. Mr. Dennis makes
his headquarters at Dutton. from
which point he directs the extensive
movemedts of the Dutton Company's
ainea, the most important phosphate
mines in the State.
Ohas. W. Bartison. formerly of
this city but now residing S Jack-
sonville, as returned to his bone, atf-
ter a oompe oa day pleasantly spout
bere. Mr. Bartlesom attended the
football game between Florida and
Stetaow. and, while he declared t
was a ot- na he preferred to see
Florida wta. This was natural, as
Mr. artleson still feels that he is
"one of us.

Edwards & Flowers, the furniture
people who are located on East Ub
orty atreLet ase very anlous to close
out their business., order to en-
e ina sem other line, and are ofter
tag ezeeptioal bargasm, eves on the
nlataUment plan. lter have a line
of Rae goods. and It would pay those
contemplating making purhases to
call and look over the stock.
Ol. Gmee. 0. Martin and wife of
Petrswg I, lama, are la the city.
and will be located with Mrs. Ttasley
for the season. eL Mania s well
pleased wtAh mGalmelve, which b+
declares to be oeef the beet towns
he has ever see. e las pleased with
the reelme me 4 tadem b houses.
which be aya sm u p date. and In
all QateevIfte is p to date toevery

PAND --- bT gsowunted tq
canr, am* at ~ltdba Wd. Bleed
Wa emfWA P*W 10in 1s1* 4 day
wr 1w S W I

Fro bre tb. swa were ltled
itoa the rawry Mrs. W. J.
Deaby. hlis vans wai baked In
pink rose, and here dellnous pmeh
was served by Misses ohoatr r
and Klag. Thepuach bowl'w In
a bower of grapes aad leav :and
was a thing of beauty.
Mslic was dispensed during toe at-
ternooe, leading a detlhtful charm
to the occasion.
The bride, by her charming man-
ner, has won the heart of all who
had the pleasure of meeting her, and
all hope that she will decide IUpop
Gaaesville as her future home.

it's a Crime
To neglect your health. Tht worst
neglect that you can be guIlty' of Is
to allow consupatolon. billousnese
or any liver or bowel trouble to con-
tinue It is p6eiontag your entire
system asid may lead to a serious
chreale disease Take Ballard's
Herblme and get absolutely well.
The eo ne for ay any d ll tro-
bl eof the stomach, liver and bowels.
SoM by W. M.'Jobea

Coeursem's Minetretas.
Davs Barothers. musical comedlas
ad etr nmmeallta, ae O*e of the
-tow l feature ith Cobwm's Greater
Miastrel this sson. They are mu-
dna- of a w gh b order, sad pr
;ebtay aovelties la tbaheir speday
wheb are aew to the auual rum o
muoal aets.. George Davis, the come
diam. is the fanmaker sad is dro
hkmor and ridlaculous capers keep the
audleece In am uproar whie his ta-
strumatal work sl of the vwy beet
quality. They were for two season
a Bfatwre with the HI Henry Miastret
sad are an acquisition to Manager Co
bum and his big show. Don't orget
the date. mt Friday, at the Baird

O tmat aght? Headaebo and mr
amah mAWnt re Ow? Ms
e so betd-oayea the aer e

Card Of Thfli.
Hw. sary Ramsey desires tox-
t"1 daeen thaks to frietas sad
adba who were so dad o is
tIo M osnt death 0 her e sd
bi*@ d ea btgs io &=e hm
qj O WM mee b mtrggsa.

ortW wu You Will See:
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S ON&. th e K lelphant In the


eiesive'f in^s 0r1I Itn Weighs 150 Pounds,
ea u'aaath, Marveelede A llty and his Powerful A
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40M POPL. M4S4OR8 and PONIES- 20 FUN

The Flower sad PIok ofa esture Performers from all nations,
Extant Mavrtlitn struggles and ludlerous revelries, carrying
by ehAm aAd wildly appla ed by all.




AN Endless Progrm of *tartll g vents. See the FREE Sf
'*TREET PARADE, starting from the Show Grourds a
I I I I I i n F_ .-

Dr. A. Dolan

Mild Medicine Treatment for
Horses and Mules' Eyes


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1919 uOk
real senai
pledge acqn
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anl 00ooks, ye
Ssnde is
lrt, iow
tprovement I

Swheel b
pMl and rakish
po control; I

SY announcements of
but all of these
a the hope of am-
enced backers.
lhilt on the experience
a:aufacturlng the 3,000
B/l4ajiee engine) smooth-
en principles, by an
'BRUSH achieve-
ebaplicity, reliability,.
tion, low tire
em. The most
siasqtrunction in years.
* be. You will swear
Stat you must ride

idJheded iax inches;
e type of radiator;
Mlopg shaft; Improved

dust-proof commutator; multiple disc low and reverse
clutches; transmission control levers entirely housed and
oil tight; more quiet muffler.
Think of it, $485 for the best built, most thoroughly
proven. smoothest running, easiet ridlng. most reliable.
most economical, most powerful, handiest small car in
This magnificent new plant, designed and equipped for
building the BRUSH In 10,000 lots. Insures the limit of
economy In manufacturing. The raw material is unloaded
at one end of the factory, the finished product is put on the
cars at the other end.
Every'part is made in the BRUSH factory, except the
tires, wheels and the electrical equipment. The buyer pays
no parts-makers' profit.
The BRUSH has the fewest possible parts, but they are
all of sufficient size and strength to stand the hardest
knocks. Simplicity makes it possible to build a car right
and still sell it at this wonderful prftee.
In the 1909 Glidden Tour the little RltU'SH covered
2,636 miles in 15 days and finished In good shape in Kansas
City. A lot more than can be maid of some of the big cars.
In the "Little Glidden" at Mlnaeapolis it finished with

perfect road and technical scores a4 the r&go
Trophy over three 4-cylinder cars.
It climbed Pike's Peak In 8 hours, ev*YW t he way
under its own power.
It crossed the American continent. Ia 110I It W the
Algonquin hlll-clmb In Its class. Barred li a. .
In the Denver motor car run, Denver to 4 l i0. 1
turn. the BRUSH was the only car out of alztex- =a*'
of them big ones, too-to finish with a pe.fee-i-"sg -
In the 1909 New York one-gallon fuel contest, the BrIaV
made 40.6 miles on one gallon of gasoline.
In the Buffalo contest It made 41.1 miles on one gaUot.
This means less than % of a cent a mile for fuel.
While In Atlanta last week only words of wondermer t
were heardexir'assed on every corner of this new ear.
We purchased for 1910, 35 of the wonderful little cars and
expect the first carload of ten early In December. (et
In your orders early. ADDREI OR PHONK 34
C. W. HILL. Manager,




1 a we-knovWi a
Newberry dUiarl
auing ymt* i
the lumber

- of High mWrf
hom, tt
sit to friendsB ~.
LKen of AlIsch~WM
mor to this alty I-
it a pleasant call at 0 S
0. Ramsey has
,ville, where he
w and pleasure t

SMuldrow, a aI
of South Carolina, t
guest of Missa Boia

a Halle has
re she has
vr four days

returned fo
been b* h
as a gtast Of

aishaw of Wacaboit a
| former and -to M
L. was trading at the l
P. Evans of Mquoitr"eq_

SFurniture Sin



Wl Mahe Samn

"d R~d6ug I
*O s
% lan w.

been in the city for the past few4
on a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
3. D. Hartsafeld.
|lnrs. Alexina Gardner left yester-
Sfor Jacksonville, where she will
e the guest of relatives for the next
tWO or three days.
William T. Goore made a business
gllp to Worthington Springs yester-
Y, having gone to Install an adver.
. lag bulletin board.
L. C. ZUis and W. P. Moseley have
knued from a brief visit to Jack-
KVIllle, where they went on 'busi.
aM& and pleasure combined.
W. N. Ruffin, the clever traveling
iijifentative of Butler & Bhtler,
importers of Turkish cigarettes, New
tlft, Is at the Brown House.
Surveyor J. W. Patton has returned
from Worthington Springs, where he
has been engaged in his professional
espacity for the past few days.
I, K. Rosborough of Windsor was
ih the city yesterday. Mr. Rosborough
t'Svels out of Jacksonville, and en-
joys a fine trade In this section of
the State.
Mrs. H. H. McCreary, Miss Irene
and'Elmer McCreary. spent yesterday
-a Ocala. They went down in Mr. Mc-
Creary's Buick, and enjoyed the

trip immensely.
Mr. L. J. Knight and

children of

Ooala, who have been In the city on
a visit to the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L N. LaFontlsee, returned
to their home yesterday.
Mrs. G. B. Tison and Miss Martha
Tison have returned from Earleton,
where they have been on a pleasant
visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Tison for
the past three or four days.
The stork has made a recent visit
to the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. M.
Tison, Worthington, Ileaving a flne
girl. Friends of Dr. and Mrs. Tison
tendd heartiest congratulations.
Lame back comes on suddenly and
ik extremely painful. It is caused by
rhanmatissa of the muscles. Quick re-
bef Is afforded by applying Chamber.
lait's Iaiment. Sold by all druggists.

V W. M. Burke of Micanoipy was
f atoNg those who spent yesterday In
the city. Mr. Burke has accepted
S" posalo as general foreman of con.
atIuction of the Tampa and Jackson.
vilk railway.

i. Ji Ramsey spent yesterday in '
laiphoota hammock, where be was
i rltg for squirrel We have not
Ihd a report, but venture tbat Jim
m mood" for marksmanaMp. as
ais Is always good. d
At t1e baaar to be held Thursday.
Dim. &A. by the Woman's Guild at WE
tM Nmaosle Temple there III be
gesefl and beautiful articles.
-a n"e supper Served. The ladles
Sgrateful for a liberal ietro.
,.'& Pr m., who has an test.eive
le at WltauMs arrived In the
Ytwaiy. am will pnd So&
da wl li wife. Mr. PIte has
bea res uarkaty sadfIl an a w 0
I ner s bnehe dald, 'to lati40

C. A. Meile. the le0er and "m*c
M tirw eU e tive of the
SOeery Compay. Jat.
M was ta the ity yet
I iaa(U l ee w omM g thi is
0the SOW
R. M. Chabertes of Trua cw
am e who 1 est yj. C
fbl 4dl.TWO in alwaysP
'88 YI a "S "^^ !1

ception. Somehow, he Just makes been on an outing for the past few to Injure his right arm by a Wves
one "feel good" to be about him. days on the Halls homestead., "K- "leIk" of the Un. but saya he 1tU
Among those who visited tbe city napata. They made a pleasant call sft be aHl right agaN 1 end1 WMeI
yesterday were John F. Bartlesou and at The Sun office. Mr. Baetleson had glad to welcome him, and glad to
son, Frank, of Jacksonvllpe, who have the mlafortune a sople of days ago learn that he la eaoimag l hae L

dh NIeIIO ITAT T 9F CINhnif 1 T I

G A PI II Nil W AEM tO O i. i.

AT THE CLUSE Of MIF l 0 M8 II 16. ,8 [
Loans and Discounts.... ,345,595.00 Capital.................100000.00
Overdrafts ...... ....... 428.59 Surpl................ ..20,000.00
Seal Etate, Fur't're, Fxt. 41,332.63 Undivided Profit........ 4,93087.43
Circulating Notes........ 100,000.00 [
.c. -- R Rdiuioount..... ... a 17, 350.)
U. 8. Bonds Bonds Borrowed.... .... 560,500.00
and Prem...$186,976.99 __.
County Bondi 20,500.00 Individual
Cash and Sight and Banks .$405,404.57
Exchange ... 110,363.80 317,840.78 U. 8. Deposit 1,0 ,0.00 4060,404.57
$705,192 .00 $706, 192.00

County of Alachlua
I, T. W, Sl]ande, Prsidlent of the above narned Lank, tino mlemnly swoar
that the above Statemenflt is ti ue to the best of yui knowledge and tlief. ,
T.W. HhAN1, Ii',resdent.
Sulecribed and sworn to before nip this the 19th day Novembiler, 1W1M.
W. H. ANDERS)N, Ji.., Notary Publ e.
Correct-Attest: M. H. DePman, C. A. Faimloth, Wm. R. Stkert, Directors.
Loan p.................................. . ..********* . . . ... . .. 0(.00
Surplus ; *.... . .. ...*....*....*... .... .* . . .. 10.000.(X)
Individuid and Bank Depoits ........................... ....... 299000.00
Ti VSdbkp dMtadd""nWnfo"Iaaduiii Pow0 MUM SW

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One Whole Week Coma

People 40

12 r e Ph"s 12

8 ft FTehw. VaudovIs

Acts 8

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N. a. xca.ANrT X1W 01 0 14"d u41,a second to bsMoNAMOM
E .3. RAT. .. .iAn...SM-..s.10 M._m w r q4I t Thel W IS Wa n dlH H-a ---Me
| PR WItm ?. 3^ nw. a deal *f"1 OUie Dutch etfbr d q *
,em r Inw r 6 10W Go g_ i opf inAX-l r
| w Ma stO. .Phes ,M e d good rueo to be N AN CHI
al, 4 a puba,, li- ,d- ,e -oit -p their ability to mBas ge a O ,i anto?,i ow
be .e .t Monday. vera.r byr &aki tlerI onw aatir. They wers the pro, .i q ,I .Thened I....4 l anodr .
nthe y, or m Al. tO t S"t caro of the Amerlesa 96 Co., for.doU*e gIaur a do
and .winea, tlate Henry 0. .av.rm y o Av* e .o
foa aed. ae -teincUo _,, 4* arre~lt ma seWu o tht o
5 S. obusm what Woo V irt Ily w ,the t t- l. 1 t" "0 .ofMAI " I w 91
E.-,',o ------u"a *1 hi. fsinu.r. 9 h*s Rmr, which .Mr. i lrlh. rth .. ..

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ksad,, I ta"tI,,t I .pHe .'al
a Ike frm.J^ ** ,i ,athqt ,arh* H reaw tded o the ,aomemt _A.
*eah 1 si 0 wuMd 1 ero er to y ra ape s tawMer w I w. ea s af y u' te
"r"" Sed WOW am*. He o al tAtlm 04*0 lmtttaw Iesa Uw sasJh

.. ,,. ., 'y Mr H. A. Bar g ,by r Nov~ 5 th

i Moe. mes~b la e etnisap t ee 0 a. heo DOM gow ho-osB ini theUnitwd
n.010 -P"wa h ppuSe gvray don"wo doy r. h Rie Dwt o0

&W o "a to a*addT o ot s th waMad MAnw,. -wa n --s our. *TI L: oke f bh o
0r oS e tun ou. We e O 118 010 0 .N aniasthe sue 1 tu -l e N
I" ow sles.toe epershaeee

a oe 1w elaetd togg iennaa
,1:te, prov iA. Vm. Nw,,,tL te Oo attEed .h is o.R W. I TevAe M -

l^ *rlvo Ied Woetabof Sth Pr8otepl S Ld serve rtllty bu tho. a .. N I farl retve ors Ipod elemis -te a thoa ru moureetI tq oa at o std an devis o yo t

SPfle tio salat s to T complete t plot o pbnr p monlflod Thb' WIIea bmmull dhe. be1.
Sh a --o a- ln--ep r* ato etIe sa i o de TIom uWp H oAno 10the tpo Mr. h. 11.. ., .%
Utp tl. -Iofat e . e Ir io i he p r a n t i

som oTo wit Dulwiton p apple Thleo of ioorely whleoh shold t- lado me: -deR. Ttro e oe la. of peop nd Jailon oldll rg for yohel at
en MXond.ay, DTmb o 0th. ent on claim th e e oe he apm Cor rt, ad
^ Od onkter Pdrodty. The prtnelluo deletrately eanmrne the HaThermrd r Aot bre Mrs. e. B. Cretnoe -----------
S objts taot to Eare r s aol- ebrd pool fort the Elent f a Mtat urw h oldaab ro.,
i e ws.: return onl he Ielaveltmrt We ao Mr.e e d Mr. Hanelllt. h uhon o BOARD Od DIBECTOR8:
mre. Tne ordjustumat rof nya of wouelantert. et s arse n44w vllm Mr. I-e anat ale* t f Atanta;
o rida orase ad piampple to bero them lderm Hon1 Ta Mr. mT. V. n, Pr.; HD. Brown, Vice-Pre. 25thGen.
Spotn eteh territory North of thpie Ohio if they have een njared they de ai* the Ua oeph H. atterson, ited
rver ad Wat of the MIPERwppi a td lve oypa th but they hould r Holm Charte . rost docy of both Con
.t o bati ae J d p ointmen to.he willing

iour riv t ordr to eable rt their reoure i M s the rep of M r.adia oand Mrs.
iorlda otrue tr tthas to compete eneou w'an lt tohe pubi ai peo nled byIm top NoltmreotemafaWtle* S
vtane b re pUIerthCallora citnr tde ahoe oU d .nwte etny o -Jksoile MgoOa a
Frt. and for i pper te n te the teigeNtl hiTers r otee s J a F a. J I

S e ond. The eltab b e nt of deed by ever atockho older whond evlerl y plt em1d"e to li s b the wyb l vi W r
load rate and ecarlosad minimums on director and o Unager. Thee stockhold. f Amn th h A*T o t Aa u
l orde veeblo tto tern com1 er It constantly adtur ia by the ent wo aue s. oue t it f racingand to that the st p
eti and a rhe djutm ent of r au.e and poeribly th e be r of b ed ry or th 0 pe ay and up. ath
rk n to n of to h terhold ow ve found it i t va,: eopetlal. te P. TnAtOAh a MANAGEs
tthe Torida gveetableo to competee on ly make up blf mind that ecreoy can we ree-taed It for told
uc le. *1 u h hesom'i po0usn IM rIThe sat de mo re so veer, and tthema1ids0 Spreme ouWF T Crt, s
rown elawhere ty. thThe principal delberat only by tered the fHllet and frankert d *Ia a
Third. The etabUhment of aret diclour e of the retmnl powe ar.. Hallon .Hall of DhRiECa --
load rate on mixed ar of lorida property, asur hed that a lae from altl t., ChesnTAH Pa D I B VcPresIn.a
ArSitn and Plornda veeabpples toha t mate dHsppol=tmentokodr a w men M r.
poInt b o teritorNorth ofd the Ohappi How af they have beenow hatred they .*Hoe B. mfaovlle;MJS, ManaH. Fe.- .

with aind West of the under vend serve sympach thy, but they shoul have otd Holmes, p Patterson,
laMisUouri rivnder reorder to enable whatlie that their reourse Mwo rth? s. .C. Vas of Mason, and Mrs.

Fipt of thi t letter and advoa If you it q eatonc to a pcore of ngut at 't be mi for noif aiI '
will be present at the hwrt, and ndom anorded any dlic atson. ber B I o ood awe this.
la position to f Caral tetlmony a ci t ies te aFedr o alovernme udt.may mma----u-ke--- ---

th points under conalderaton. an Iaventory of all toe household
"The 'oiuion advled that the propstle and belonoact and keep the IN0 Ma e S * &i TEeSVlep
p compete witheCua pi ls, priesOfserec. which should be pan.I ndp n M r aresome81m-.
load rates and carload minimums on director and manager Pe e. Teei stdonisdAn sabeeith e very

complaint app el to all grower. byT of or Amnt should te stricken out, and
elorida veasetablpper who are tatereted ar Is constantly assured bt any thme agents of Y- assures s. bould be record-aes 1I d
markets In ord a fruit and Voftab o I produce a clea shaad oplete nqiate -gaal;4pcl- P. |RTI MANAl
S e astres. Your vgt les"o and omp o n t ma his mind that secrecy It,4y an we recommend it for colds. I1 0
port ais nv ited ep great deal mrsoIn the end, and rheumatism, Or FLORIDA.-
grown elsewheryetr, that only by t fullest and frankest tian ........... .
Thi.rd. Th establishment of car wdiscle or O the position of his the ai o te w ch e nt a di tr
will permitItheCcarloadOrateLEpplics

SSecretary and Trea.urer." ward for any ee of Catarrh that ui u ................... om in your ee and fortune nd ire i
cannot be carel by Hairs Oatarrh in your coer and fortune *b-wind fire
S The Soutbeastru Paseesmer Aso- CUer: S That devouring, fl
S elatton ha announced special excur. -. CHNT & 00.. Toedo, 0. .
eon mrtes to Wasnmstomtr all We. the aereimed, have kwn w. The PTn i B emlent which *
- points in the Southeastern Statesd P J. Ch5emy or the la 16 YaM. ad o. K. SreOm.e PFrs VieekPreMsiet. hundreds of nmili"''
their gateways on the MislSalIppI for bWelove h Uy b I W. a. Tmayte IeMWd Vle e.Presidelt.
attendance upon th boubothers Oorna *A h- L D. Tur&erm. OeMer. dUia-' worth of proPe
metalt Conres. December "th and to tii out ay obli t t
fth. and the National Rive a s Ha lyar, i*U i tht nty- Yv
eors onreos. December hL. Oth and WALIMNO. M N IAN & MARVI. S ye may not p
3Sth. Tickets so on sale Deoember "r W h l*te .stataTW 0- K r aem **. 4 Niekeas Better inaure
4th ard are sood to bels theftrs m Hdf hm J. 9 ee m Veke MUM Ie whi l eo b POP
jwrser until midmalht Deolemb ti dre tly ape the F. teW.3. Theme ,,
14th. Th rteratw be three cests Ium i.lid tn A. Mlftahet W. Tayler. to insure.
a s ibn* way Plustwety-$.. Wa .if ow -- ~"
If Mr. Brya wats an Ideal bo n* T w"o - t P r r a *T ".
e s, .o.aI t .. -,p-. Hamp,.,,i A a. *" Four Per, O t Paind l a
trIat Savof lover hqit bes doer ed :
a s.... Th.b.. eeh..* w L S ain gs 1k lsfrm ent

shipped 7 d.S. .a-

a-Cn were murderr
grand .-
w r -

Sdays on the a* gatWas
a young man t I'i nA lsl for
while riding o'S W etet car.

g5be laid IS .

IorAldas Yabht JAoson-
ghtL Thb

r. wh'. so .

heon 5s555,W -. Ofo
low pr"MeatSaQ iM

kwyer and eliti "
--- .+'"
k to ten earloSA Ot -; ui
lwft Wanuchtl 15M' e. t
mk only two or thiH arUodi,
will be ahipped, owVIn I the
Sito the market.

IMrtines-Havana OM a.M one
dpr firms at Key WKt who
V building wu estil* dstroy-
0h hurricane oa Q0. 1tb. is
sruilt. They art haviin coR
id a handsome twe*tFy7 and
I basement strtteul.
d county is rapidly aimlg .to
t. Farm lands thlat are
oi~g for twenty to fty dollars
Ii will Jump to emo htbdred
po hundred dollars s acre, it
hit,. as soon as the upty Is
bid by a comprehensive system
N, paved roads.

im county has iso eda canl
pits with the approval of all
d iaesB of the county to meet
hey on December tho 15th to
|unt at a grand rally to be held
it day for the sole purpose of
hi the tobacco growers, mercb.
mckprs and others together.

061 PP4tbe Way e fI Sac
As EIeetiv* Cum
PON a woman or a san with lWit
Idasy hair, you may be agme Mel
Kacdruff to amount to antMtg.
ievry case where wooe sd
tmin brittle hair, they owe It
There are hundreds i PC ".
Stat 'claim" to cure 4abariu
tfe, but Newbro's h Nerle b
IKtirff is the reslt o a Pf
SlaIto the sealp, sa that.per'
aIls of dandruff sad tha 0ee**
bmms m?(d baldn~eN 4aa eoly be
tbg th erm: anb thU t -
tion that will utros thai
dbr'sb Herplelde. *'Dwev
alnr druin t. Sj 5 e. to
',tpmle to The HerwleM a 0.

iN1 Noftou

I, Sheet Mum

nKlut FRaU .




-- Won Over

ST aha e Saturday After.

An Offer Backed by One of Our Most noon by Soore of 24 to 0.
Reputable Concerns. The ivnlverity of Florida football
We pay for all the medicine useI team, which played Tallahassee in the
during the trial. If our remedy fail- Capital City Saturday afternoon, won
to completely relieve you ot consti- a complete victory, according to a
p:.lon. We take all the risk. You nait wire received here last night, which
nut ollgated to us In any way wvih.- gave the score as 24 to 0 in favor of
ever. if you accept our utfftr. Tim:t, the University.
a mighty broad statement, but v.,< Coach Pile has his men In excellent
mean every word ut it. Could an) 'trim, and they a winning some sig-
thing be more fair for you? nal victories as the result.
A most sclentitlc, comiuoti-seubt
treatment Is Rexalf Orderlies, whici A Hair Breadth Escape.
are eaten like candy. Their activt Do you know a every time you
principle is a recent scienti d have a coug or old and let t run o
cover that is odorless, colorless aud thinking it will jut cure Itself you
tasteless; very pronounced, gentle and are Inviting peememla. consumption
pleasant in action, and particularly) or some other palonary trouble?
agreeable in every way. This Ingred. Don't risk it Put your lungs back tino
lent does not cause diarrhoea, nausea, perfect health and stop that cough
Satulence, griping or any lnconven- with Ba Illrd's ieh1ound Syrup.
leace whatever. Rexall Orderlies are Price 25c, 00 ad $100 per bottle.
particularly good for children, aged Sold by W. L. JoAtet,
and delicate persons.
If yo suffer from chronic' orA0"
habitual constipation, or the assdciate A pt& ghi tai Qalon.
or dependentrchr alMs. Nannie 1Shuttand daughter at
ergo you to try Rexall Orderlies at their hospitable hort. maTh day, it
our risk. Remember you can get their t hosptable e Ms Thoeday, it
them In Gainesville only at our tore wM aou th thte Ita es of Calfork-
12 tablets 10 cents; 36 tablets 5 Ias Mlaouri, Miiands l. New York.
oent-The Rexall tore. J.W. M. Pennsylvalia and South Carollia wer
Collum & Co., corner East Main and rthse seated ladles shirtha of
Union streets. thee eevral lMewln how tl

Grand Mill and Factory Sale Will Be
Continued Another Week.
Owing to the fact that many were
unable to attend the first week of
the big Mill and Factory Sale at the
tore of the 0. W. Hyde Company, it
las been decided to extend this sale
for one week, which will afford pros-
pective customers an excellent oppor.
tunity to secure some wonderful bar.
The Hyde Company have a full page
announcement In this issue, to which
the attention of our read rs to called.
It's a plain, straight talk about the
goods they have to offer, and any-
one looking for a real value will find
it there.
What Would You DOo
In case of a burn or scald what
would you do to relieve the pain?
Such injuries are liable to occur in
any family and evcryope should be
prepared for them. Chamberlain'-;
8 :ve applied on a soft cloth will re-
lieve the pain almost lurtantly. and
t less the injury is a very severe one.
v:11 cause the parts to heal without
a scar. For sale by all druggists.

Young Society Folks Were Guests of
Mrs. Farr at Elk's Club.
As guests of Mrs. .J. M. Furr, about
thirty couples of the young society set
were present at the elegant home, of
the Elks Thursday night, the occasion
being a ball given by Mrs. Farr.
excellent music was secured for the
occasion, and those who attended re-
port a most delightful time.
The program comprised sixteen
dances and a German. the latter be-
ing led by G. E. Pile and Miss Mar-
guerite Stringfdclov.

A Broken Back.
That pain In your back caused by
lumbago, stiff muscle or a train,
is kan easy thing to get rid of. Bal
laid's Snow Liniment cures rheuma-
tism, lumbago, sore and stiff mus
eles, strains. sprains, cuts, burns,
brulse ealds and all aches and
pains. You need a Lottle in your
bouse. Sold by W. M. Johnsw.

J Making Good Progre-.
Alex Taylor, foreman of the co.i-
structlic work of the Eaut Florida
Telephone Company, who is now mak.
S ag his headquarters inl irooksville.
returned to that town yesterday. after
a plst n ris to his parents. Mr
and Mrs. A. W. Taylor. In this city.
9- 2 a. Taylor steam that hls force is
i f mki"g gos prog rese the stowase
i of the Mae. and that G esest "&ad
Taps wlI be e.mseeftd after a
*, wNaW. The BUe l rid s i g
a oU tm p7ot

sMd- lk" @sw from
a~il~ wU*iseis atmtbe
.o S&OMN* oat emor
?5bkm Weus -MW lmedidflo to give
a dw Fow they as.milsad seat)
in te& bete.owawmll our0"o
le ftm by It o

people gather from tae four corers
of the earth to this beautiful and
hospitable State of ilorida, and leara
soon to call It "home." and to love
It and its people.
The guests wore all widows but ome,
and "sort of alone sad homeless,"
the hotess h avln a happy faculty
of findIng out all such and giving
them of her good cheer. A GUBST.
L u s ch a d g i

lWok H"afsh.s
This distresing disease
from a disordered condition
stomach, and can be cured by
Chamberlain's Stomach and
Tablets. Get a free sample
drug store and try It,

of the
at any

Three negroes charged with steal.
Ing quilts from a vessel which was
moored at the foot of Coyle street,
'n Pensacola. were arrested and put
I jail.
ticks' CAPUDINS Cures SIes MeHa
iso Nervous Headache' Travelers'
Headache and asaoes from "rtp, Stuu.
sch Troubles or Female troubles
Try Capudine-it's liquid--efcts im-
medGately. Sold by drUsna


The Holiday


Is at Hand...

And our stock of Jewelry is

alive with

the latest

beautiful goods of

and daintiest de.

signs. *

Among those which were
selected for the fairer sex
alone are the PJatinoid Pend-
ant Chains. They an posi.
lively the latest novelty and
every up-to-date young lady
should posses One. ULet4
0how you our line.
POdowlag is tho Vte ON pl n aO
tet as coated NovTesWr i
GalnetlW b Nigh oehdl........ST. W
Miss Vafs t.lrem, Bell ...... ...O,017
North Gasleavile Hal ........4.SOU
Miss DGale Waits, Hawthorn. .1 .Jl
MtNa Anale PrieO, Wa.e........I1I6
Ralph Chapn .................ITM
Miss Mttle Jentams. Roohelle 14.101
Miaf Roe L. Rives. High Spgs. 1T11
Mi ens v Powell, aebm a..... UN
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We have made the annunsemnt that WE ARE
BUSINESS. We mean exactly wht we say, and we
we are going to make this LIBERAL OFFER: On
every purhsee eof $12 or wore ye can pay us *ne*
third cash, Konehird in a0 day an$ d enetr-d in 0O

DON7 rm *
In that real istao Uesl.. |
have us Inveastjiate t atiltz
title. It might ave yos ts e M
of your Iavestmet. i
The abatract's. cost s t
compared to the ammoet at
it's wemo to do without t

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-For Call-

TIo all slarIde inAlmahitis(*Wfity
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PiON ceCableud to While Put

oat of city tinkling a Pueet-Erdw.I Fn m lraiso


SAME AS FOR THE CASH, the prlo o n r vqy art
sle being GREATLY REDUCDO and the majerHy of
and many atielee go1 BELOW ACTUAL FACTO0Y
COST. New we have nro ethe reosee Is eting eI
to de it AT ONCE.

1w"ll Oak suited oat furmtree. ofleeffWath Sund
ptid BDO W, havPrencth bevel 10rPWi'84230 1" Dfess
an~d 12u n iswash, stand. Former price giG-4e
this 6 SNeAZJS
MSeutilviOak Dreese'. see1eeAa sP drawer and
61oped tsp 2Ingeheethick. wift laney Siege. FORene
00vet Mjwr l 1ulO Foimst pro IseG13-4sr tow.
Sale 512.2.
Leap hevy $MRso" nBeds I legreesand04while
fermoity Weld 1340 to **AN% for this WOl
Five p5l feathe~ pilows, do pow
axehefty MW-W"^ OLW986W of yew&shot
o"es abolW" newelse"eS- oreeePi"es$746-a"
sale. am
LWIPe Wwwell' eelse dgeOmlaps aa
se% pod Mek. fogeews" pnce PIt *sALe
DelflslJavdluevefrMW 4t t O

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wl W# e~s11.4 Blanket S. 91to 0 holem", Pele
02 00 Ic 94A&.
Portiere CV1tale. elid smlrers0"adstopsew ee

COMW% eLass Ce'tsbssnookTWOleCevees.TONK.
Wars. Loop&. Clseeke.Pisierft g, Basele e 311a
on&sfti rse's, woo own^sd~ o" 6~pu pas
inempetiw ose ertam so en g afthiso* at~
Ow nly- sa Is toaw"e Uso slosh-ad aeneft

fee. Wo ev be bon sf- Basp"i Oak.O
*An ea no lmorn" p"le&vewham eI*ato ""e~
M We owIN SOWlinsP"y*At" ~ppwesis 0*4 it
$hoold hpse-w my0"so Ot w 0k

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Decemaber 4L

SO MANY CUSTOMERS and patrons have not been able to attend our sale and have urged us to give
them a chance to purchase our elegant Merchandise before the sale prices are withdrawn, we have concluded

to give all the opportunity, but assuring everyone that owing to the continued and fast advancing Dry Goods
market, all sale prices will be withdrawn after December 4th, so please be advised and take advantage while you
can-make your purchases early in the morning when you caf do so, as we are not so busy.
Keep in mind that commencing Monday, November 29th, you will have the opportunity of buying all your

Ready-to-Wear Coods, Beautiful Tailored Suits and Dresses, Beautiful Long Coats and Wraps, Elegant Tailored
Skirts and Shirt Waists and all classes fine Dress Goods, Blankets, Comforts, Dry Goods, Underwear and Fur-
nishings of all kinds at about 25 per cent. cheaper than you can buy them from any store in Florida.

We S&peaCy rIvite ie Crowds

of visitors that will be in Gainesville Monday, November 29th, to visit our store, make it your headquarters and
select in the morning early your requirements for months to come-it will save you much money--your dollars
will do double duty at t great sale. We alsoannounce our Grand Display of

Csas Hoda Goy

being opened and displayed. On our large second fpor you will find the most complete amatment of beautiful

Holiday Goods and Toys ever brought to the State, and at prices that you can afford to p-Afase liberally. This
includes 2,000 of the mo Beautiful Dolls ever shown by any store. Come prepared to be pleaded and you will.
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ir, to Nature Gives Timely Warning Tha".
S 'll 3 No ainewville Citizen Can
ll t1 edoISO n ._ Afford to Ignore.
H met been a i o n /uanous
bas m eto 8 o es DANGER SIGNAL NO 1 comle
snd appon Haonw from the kidrey secretions. They w' ii
SlJondo s or tented arn you when the kidneys are sc,

th bBrnght's dbeeeseI DoSsn'i Kidney PitO

aInd U"hisuc I cure sick kidneys and cure. their,
opulence of 'ww permanently. Here is proof In thk
attraction4 4. etatemeut of a nearby resident:
e -as Mrs. Elizabeth Moore, Madison ave
.whoseWo f.. "-Ie, Starke, Fla., says: "For som0
nament 5is lun I an s l be Utime I suffered from dull. nagging
Howe'sShow backaches and distressing pals
Pi roli n through my loins. I could not rest
and wit B well and arose In the morning feeling
stable of .the. m ost tired and worn out. My kidneys were
I and 8JAhp riem~es slugg h and the secretions very un-
tio a nd'I .to I- o natural. I at length procured Doan's
Ion. The SW.I Igg. well- Kidney Pills and they gave me the
#iered and wUl geP-, erle" desired relief promptly. I have sine.
satalin living -~w e ens- been tree from backaches and pains
d all that Is strn, teS'd*d curlU through my loins and my kidneys are
within the ral5 Ot -uirl his normal. I am feeling better general-
and this Ro kei m .Ippo' and give Dan's. Kidney Pills th
&me is a reaListl ppUto of credit "
.st of the days of thtlprm l C For sale by all dealers. Price 60
at. cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
it may be ai '.k hoWYr. that to New York, sole agents for the United
tkese always p glad desirable States.
ttractions hbave for the Remember the name-Doaon's--and
parent iseamo, y ao stu- take no other.
elous in t erp1 0 L -
ln unprecedeUi.d andN- H H NiEW
presivenews, and A i fts In the __
expense necessary to this production. HIGH SPRINGS, Nov. 27.--Our first
that the features moetloned, grand medal contest was quite a success. It
and wonderful as they ire, can at was held on Wednesday evening. No.
best play but a seoftMry part. vember 24th. The program consisted
Don t forget the date, 4tlnesville, of five temperance recitations, by five
Monday, November 9Ith.- young girls, namely, Misses Leona-
Rogers, Clemnentine I.aCount. Ferule
An opium den was recently found Setzer, Zitbia Knight and Iddyth
inning in full blaht by the Jackson- Yeats, the latter being the succe.1s-
ville police. Three white men were ful one. The program was made
arr.trd. cheerful by muitc and songs. S11e4-i01
-. .. m-'* -- -' mention should be made of the two
E'Ed TAN K _vocal solos by Mr,. J,. l'uil. uls o
Si| Tl)pialno solo by %Miss .liue Pihoti
Upoiklgi oM0 Me et i 4ra rJ b .A 'Trhe auditorium was beautifill)y de
wila. There Iis all'0 tonal cF rted in cedar. holly and paliml.
a thiorei. M a aam rt.l
Both Bond,Id lad., v 4 trs. trlln ; rt ,
ather her s ooMseddl be* tresament, wit home from Palatka. where' shhe wams
ti Instructions. go money, b called on account o(f t1i' deith of' ter
write her today if yo~ -dild- tiabole y little granid-daughter, Annill' Laurie,.
Swe way. Dot ble the s. oydaugter of Mr. and Mr. 11
aces are it eas help it. Thilo treatmeiAnl -d of P...
ilo cares adults aa md agedw tro'0 "4 Alford of i'alitka.
'Ii nriane difcalties by 4day e .hirlh. The mothers meeting was held
*with Mrs. J. I.. Yeats on Friday after-

IF EVERTBODY Prof. Guy attended the Teachers'
i I 4k3 yJ rInstitute in Gainesville Thursday and

C4)111(1 Pte edoago" effort we
JdIt-I forth in tbe pF0 isyled
1pt.Nmiflg," we ea&,emIWIy we
Ofilh Kn1ammotj pip" club in
tlli.' city-The 1. K. L-aad it
I" th~is e Aaff~ ~ booha
u'Ad.' the K. K. IL i tassubokl
wrd OW4saut0 he"moralL
SaW. MAN fKU. ILPhoem34o.

A Tiny Baby
Can't tell you In words what the
trouble Is; but If It's complexion ets
pasty, if it gets weaker and weaker.
loses flesh and is cross ad peevish,
you can be certain that It has worms.
Give it White's Cream Vermitafge.
guaranteed harmless. Expels the
worms and puts the baby In a healthy
normal condition. Bold by W. M.
Joaaaoa. ..

Arrested for Asault

MLUiNLE f ag i' IM oL Thomas i'ryor. scored. was brought
-- to this city Saturday by Deputy
--NOW ObLPEN-- Sheriff Harris of l.atrosse, charged
At r_ O W ..P.- with crinlal assault, or rape. upon
S r. McCormleis MIlliory Par the person of Charlotte Ifr<,nson, also
6r1", west Cer o* colored.
."aIret Galnetio, PoleraT. here wa. in particulars in tb.h
e "f 'ease. other than th. flart that I'r11 or
Sr M was accused of asauhling th* plaintifl.
. ...._ who i an L lx colored woman, and
Ot' who caused the %arrant to I* sworn
"' wt ltoe". out against him.
SPryor wag arraign#- before Justicel
SM 1 tokes at laCroas,. and -a' renand
| II I led to Jail here In default of $l,.'O
nt nniri l -aalisa ball.


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GIlaeavtllI Florida.
Office f01 U Maia St.,. North. Tele.
phone 125. Office hours 9 to 12, 2 to 5,
3md by appointment. Graduate of
Amerlcan School of Osteopathy under
founder of system, Kirksville, Mo.

OGans le Florida.

3)ice--Room 1I and 2. Grahao
Building. Office houri: s to 13 m.
I tu 5 p. M.
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GaITesi le. Fla.


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Olw. in Hayoans BloIk.
0Uz eIl your Mly prlpqly. (
,,rovll and aaimp!ofed), IM i_
trusklng and ffarmag l4le:. Semi id
s l'i, of what you oferfortle. 214lm
rIANIatrCLAMJ Tuu. w n" MP
f'rUtle l *ill Couru Wgate
OBftles Over (.aine svili Nm i.
Hank. nt* i r"'lr

Atlantic Hotel
European Plan.
(Formerly tie Aems)
ackaeonville. - --- Flrld.
lame Deme, Prop. cO. Merfrt, M1r.
.00 Reemla Reitted and Riferttohd.
Rates, s,?k and 0140 pe oy.
Ta c. Cam t Unlem DepO to Juli
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Ad yo would t.either, If IiM
oly ask your gr cw' for rW made
by the Keyet.n ak"y. COf that
yow arwr 4wr r>'t try to loU you
something "Just as god.-
Have owr al,":. top at youlr boo
daily and bt sa t. et.

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4avlag srr-ced this bust... with
0e of te beet Plin MeaihtnO ten
in this moatry to supply as with the
lluwlMa Pino Itytle IT. guarsateed
tea yas:
Case Is double veaeered Ml e eand
out. Inside with beastiftl white a-
pie, well Blatbed outlido with beft*
ful mahogay. emIMoloMtl solte.
with pi asters ad tIruee to. matb
IH appearafo. Pll empire top with
drop molding.
Cheeks sad too blocks blUt up of
many thickneeae to inlure bueoatte
stabUity In wear. Cls Is Islpped
with colmpnnded key bottom to In
sure stability and uniformity of tlchb.
lack is made of quarter sawed rock
maple, consisting of aix poets.
The sounding board is of alifornla
spruoe, erosa ribs of the same ma
terlil, running at right angles ol
ounding board from corner to corner
of the entire width of the sounding
board area.
Treble and bars bridges lka'lmi '
and built up of innty thickimne, *
the lioricest quarr isawd i.. ',
pin Ilock lamlnait,'. and lulllt
five Oflterent layer rs of wood. lin
abolutoe stability of Insttrume'l i
stand Ja tone. Imported Qerrnmai
Ing pIh and strings. doutll retpel, '
wood flange action. ple'ntIdly r.
Iated. and 13 Iouud hammers of '-
choicest material; while maMa srtnr,;
Ivory keya of a splendid quality ',,
Ivory; notsetus trap work and thr pedalas.

uts heavt retafeCfaldI d 6
benl met 04 plate i 11s l4e" IA
olive we... IJaarantee 15 Sam
of il. This ptaso eelpolfi
do Slewhal. e tor.J'
We wll give se vowe Ir e
s peAt with uan in ai
ftm mto. Watit '.t"t l e
every a7 *4 Te a S
ot aud brian or sed It Li to
we w allow 5 ~va otese t
ml stated talewe. Og,?

from whom the o Iano fmr this
wy iroha.ed, have agreed
deem through u the tea I1$3
Usleea as follows: Oea
lach for 1100, which will be
able t carhbs a payment
piano they manufartre,
1, The ronie a Is open to
living In Alachna 1 aoty who I I
by the conductor of the
vuehhed for by saene reputa
son, to them well known.
No employee, attache ofr
ive of the proprietor of L.a 0.
are eligible to partilepate In tii.
tet, and will participate n to

3. In the event a candidate
t wlthdrnw from the roem
d'l4as will ot tjb lilnwo. toa.

Svo e hto to redi t of aotm
The Iron plate of this piano on. date In the o asLat.




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NOT (K;)1) AFTER NEOVEMiHEl 3th m, p19.

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College plt#
admiration at The I

No Happenedsand WVMt 16 4
ft la t ppen-PIsflroo said
Social Items offtheaniy.

..TB Ig Furniture sore West ON
fti.Veris -sta,014-. aregr

mms. )aSE wAtuiof O"is is
joeset, of&We hin W~ ig y.
7~rfarreat a muSime -on eaN

promy 11ine.Phose 301. 105 We
~: #b,~.dCOWs n~ttroessfor qgllI
4or A tIt Implies. 'ne B
i9lx Terier oup*i
ft u MW take your pic
Ms 8. City.
Isup of astomobi
'fetes wsaeto Si
tod and donaewI I

WWtSde aftdon m15 aaIto
~sbewtt Ahetasovm e-U
hW s ollinsofes edatya
"W me.eanuorvian.ila s

Is IN Nun sese wit'dos
sesred l x o 1f

At Riles

Wia' 0 rmr, 14.karat Elgin orWal.
Uthm movewtnt ......... .18-. 2yes 2 .cam, with a Mi
J moerlh amtf........... tSlO
28 g5e, 14.karat Gold witu Waltham
Jitewel mo~einwnt.........$**
Pr e i on Ih r Grude Watches and
Oatato. WI tIo Heat on equest.

N, is an CBS
W. M w

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?L Attorue W. W 5.J K' 1_ I *.,... 11 ,,-*3i '*f. *

A. 0 Z0e0strouWi oRe0 l*st
yesterday in thU aly trading 3and a
le. a Sest of relaiave. v
tery pries, o aslu psyaea .e ad .'
of d w-rds f n O- N aoDAr d TUES IL DAY
Mr.J.S.,bodoN lhas returned X MI)A 1 Ay
o from. a brief vilt to her sisT, ra .
M.L Sith, ast MVlatesb. A
at. Edwis Sp wepnow .it* .
s'D of O-als, wi411sgti0"hose who
a sMelet yest""U this ity.
Mr. and Mi. A. A. Rosborodh of
w. ad Qolosut with vit yester.
ot cia*,, a s I To ton a np #tock w ffer you h e of omr
Ipt 0-R T ci Il.... ,. n., ,Ri T B md
VSIVJV42 110 801 ile Hardwwe ao noREwLA onCEd
I .Lt a o rI u yo u X,.ll a e fort e
ITA,- Mesas to Yon a ThM TYour Choice
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,lu eltdtim pu-saped l as iill sai i h........................u.....SM., o TrIm orrI
b ie p d on- y--ar r at e lfh l -llaM pw,................................
G t the d t ~* withi. Lfr. for........................... *********. ...... 67
s OrWh.a m v t bhis a I 5.*St er ..................... ..........M i *** *********. 3c
*s Ops. Pat l abos -L Atate Cost U e e r. r i r .. ........................ M .*. ........... 01.33
ola Jao soavl -whe. wek t ion Tr................................ smO AU eai us. M e.i
- mo'er ; -bs T.Ly-, M6w, Cle m Mr.h dle to T, eT at P'm "Way Below Their
Sior, -. m e- s .T lU r Vo. A T i St.o's Oo.. -a OIte Show You.
n .are!.M" Hyacinths, alsnsow-Drops, "' 1 ",-
W. CrWeIriUs.ColU at lven d Stro tr o
yols a lof p"a th of wal R Wt s .
o a theeaea. liOtVerydht l ir. n .
nIS wo w." oan Sindtoa* o offAVY PANAMAS
band os Aookin after the iarA0in s dlat

fnow, s WtlDays.
iwOlh Ond tn m, e atte m
bead the trip from Gaw p nsvi the

ih purchase.rnGet in the habitL.J red uthesvlle, la
him. the stonu team played migty ballf a to*le n
W. W. th And tried to make l,.

t 8p ortsmen will spending everyth sAl "?m eaWA0ote J. reever-.,
at hiy w0 1nar Newnan#l Shk. Mr. T ey r WalWWr Sho. WAir INT S

wanted ir lookine at our store. We hae th, ter.rinding Jusht N t
I no r W. J.O TppeWoe. Jr., t Willitom. h WANTED.
rankhey Mre fully gpent Tuar anksgiving wa traodA'ln business In Gaines- WANT D .Ul
with friends In High Springa. Hevillei yesterday' p e WANTo-Four or fde p r n
Iad the trip from Ganesville to J. T. McGregor, a successful naval Ain sreI, Ni ly to RRal eN
High springs In the big red Buck histores operator of Santa OS. was indy ld watch ltlh l OR RaNTlea. room a
and clipped off the tiea briefn avisittle the city on business yesterday. LOST-Tal lg oaut ". T rved omobile. ind- A AinEuare, e r
ohi wite in this city. Mrs.T Man laeir entire pell isto o rer. and but it or plea return sae to Co un mfficel BAV Hol s ~-hSd ln yo r l ,ar
ISportmen will find everything In rI a reminder. Buy yoir Box Stove and receive reward. Coe1s. ppol 0 c dEt "' rt
their line at our tore. We have tb e and- eaters now. The Jig Furniture LO..-.we.... .i s d. ,E*.C "

iabld to leave her bed. jCPull lae of RswWord & Nettleton's PO Al.,, .
agencies forth Western shells and Store. nl e. Teny are ade o l t
they are fully guaranteed. Coats. W. J, Hodge of Alacebua was In the POc ,oe long r ady mt a
leggings. and all supplies. Galiesville city yesterday. Mr. Hodge is one of Phader ple"a return to $0S W.-
Hardware Co ity for the the oldet and bit. ecful. J. farm-k. Main street. N.
J. T. Manning has returned to toerofthat on. LOST-Lady old watch with Initial FOR RENT-Fv-roon.
howIe at Clarke. after a brief visit to Ecdwards & Flowers are closing out "L T. ." gold o satme. Find. jaFing Ruare ewro : t
his wife In this city. Mrs. Manning their entire stock of furniture and please return to CommercdalnHate.l i ghts, bath, and all nz..! r.
I eonanerd to her home with Illness. house furnishingsat a acrhe has bee on n receive reward loe. Apply 303 E lh.l io r
but it is hoped he will soon be n easy payment. t& See advertisement dora tis off
able to leer vort aobd. Full line f Crawfordttute. tle iton-s oT tOi ALLAW 11 ...

has been in the city for the pat two the habit. L J. Burk. kinds. n o hice t

.Iyo attending the TeachersP' lust.him.... .
ute. left for hr home at Trenton Mils Lottie Teeter, one ot law- MULES-One pair choice m-ules, ..
yesterday. Miss Love 1. principal of thorn's ablest teacher. has been In for sa le.Aply to W. R. T

Miss Gladys BUrke of JacIsotvslle guaranteed to ea malaerta. a ah n b i1
is In the city, f g"et of her friendd. e ,illl and ever. P S sets pe riht t h y r
Miss Heloise VMtSL Sbe wil" visit bottle. Ash W. M. Johas. heall
fli U l .lA l1 her sIter. Mrs. J1. R. Mreat, als, ,trobbly knw. aw e ar fa, aSid lin" ',
VE ON before ___e retem bm*i. -----._----______ tl r .muake ar.'nn
- ---,,,-- II L J. Hurkhtm aea Jst furnlihed WANTED--MAL MHLP. Otle 0o your<>y -1
...... Ilthe White Home wllth a nw tot of -^-- .,.--- --- .- j III*nte*d (arfs
U Or b Mhandsome uniforms in green with MOi.ER BARBER COLLEGE, Atla, Bu-m-.
Sigold trimmrles for all of the help. OG., wants sM to lean the tde.
S,-, ieding bell boys. porters, etc. Write for particular Ow; few C. H. COLES &
]C[m le *I If your pure permits, we ofer un. weeks eompltes by fr* elatie mad Jewtee and Opt iia-
telied fare and service for $2.0 expet iMstreatlonsa poestioMs wait- OelMailk'




Femihi oe at Your D.poma

l.W per day-St.00 with private bath-7-ck Inc Loo @eiWa. I
dmam itfr si atngle meals. We do not publiub
our menu as ot outsa advert s, that JA.L I. AKA N L. TATLOE
AWS MThe WBrown House ft t
--l-- I1 atortMs are advamcaB the price
o(k hbo. aud ba* been .dolms Po for IDAM Zl BitA
SAlot, da)y ,eta e cot th a ,. TI m m Ait Cas lei
Ssyvadkite of Ie b hoe factories l
ad avia InsideM tformation m we
abomught ow ow wr pior to te a-. I U
w and ca ae y e. H. I ELa-RA I Ull

___________ Tbere vii he a a *rWT-
ce held at theM a Cbrbstia
LE~~j NomOwyahitaom at 3ae*week. A4
wombbrs and mufm a*jed t
Few Pu'Cmt be Proese.Us1 twoavemi
11S a M, & 3In U SI 74esy

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