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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IXI, NO.: 80




Section Passed Away Monday.
Information reached this city Mon.
day of the death of A. 0. Lamb, which
L aLTIVE Goccurred at his home near Mklanopy DR. COOKI'S LAthS
'. Monday morning, after an illness of
'. several weeks.
| Stand pts I to.Let the Insurgent Re- o.'ceas,: Sedentists ot about te Ulnversity W Ps U
| public s I Al Ti8me Possible. i and v.iny' for mny; 'a He Alleged Disovery o1 Nort Pd.e.
'ubllalm EnI AMI Time Pussible. noI was for sometime engaged I in theHAle Df OVen of N ft P&
S, mercantile business at Micanopy. and
OTON, Dec. id in a word as Rooseveltlan, temper- lat(r went Into truck farming. In COPENHAGEN, Dec. 6.-With the to Copenhagen with 30,000 words 0
Sdecared "ote ed by the wide difference in tempera. which he made a suess. For thearrivaloday of the North Pole recexplanatorycomp
'ibut he wouW't fWme- ment between the present and former past two or three years, however, his arrival oday the data of the trip to the pot le Te
te Washlnton d- President. health has been Impaired, and he han ord of Dr. rederick A. Cook no time the dat of the trip t back we left
Ly paper. "lHeil~ the One of his most important recom- been resting easily on his farm. Will be lost by the University of the inltruments lt onl of Harry Whit.
ascy and ieagguiseb0a." mendatlous to "clinch the Roosevelt deceasedd is survived by a loving Copenhagen scientists in deciding his ney at tab.
tume of the yewr oe s policies" will be for the establish- wife and two children, to whom the claims. The committee for the con- To this was added the InfmormatUo
Sqalities which l -.e lare ment of a court of five members to sympathy of the community is ex- sideration of the records has been that in addition to the records and eo
in evidenole 4ta N the expedite litigation over the decisions tended. organized, with Prof. Ells 8tromaren, plahatory matter Dr. Cook sent to
of Cagress. ''A.Wirmak- of the Interstate Commerce Commis. The funeral will be held this morn- director of the Astronomical Obaerva- Copenhagoen often or more affidavit
s tloa would bliMw Work alon. Under the new recommendation ing. Rev. Mr. Long of tMe Iaptist tory, as the chairman. Walter L oI about the Mount McKlienl~ y c b.
ailght for a centty paM the President will seek to establish church officiating Interment In Mica. dale. secretary to Dr. Cook. was one- Agents of the explorer obtained th
om urem which Washaton a t court of experts. When the Inter- nopy cemetery. todian of the records on the trip mroe afldavlts last Otober In Montaas
ts allege will be P lsed. state Commerce Commission holds the Atlantic, and looked after thea One of them is from .a redent ot
getter of fact, the 8rst regular that a rate Is unreasonable, this court procure or aid in procuring a ticket as carefully as If they had ten Jewels Tacoma. who swore that Har ll, the
of the Sixty-Iurt Coogmres may decide upon a reasonable rate to be used b) a woman or girl In In. of untold alue. guide. offered on October 1 to make
was called to .order today without delay with no appeal on the terstate or foreign commerce iin going Ir. Cook's report, as has been do- affidavt that he and Dr. Cook had
after adjourned out of re- part of the railroads except to the from one place to another In further- clare i. Is a voluminous document con- been to the top of Mount MoXItley.
the dead, will probably do Supreme Court. There will also be ance of a purpose of immorality. talinig some 3.oto),00 wurds. Mr. Lont.. Two days after this larrill made his
the way of coantructive leglo- a recommendation in the message that The "cleaning 'i" of the customs dale aid that Uthe documents are in affidavit stating that Cook did met
tUan has been dope at any of the Interstate Coummnerce Commission service is another matter ulili which comply i.- form anlid ready for the dclen- climb to the top of McKinley.
Sessions for years past, for have supervisory power over the. in C~'ngress is asked to wre>.,. The title scrutiny. The report and the There In another affidavit found. A
e of Representatives is a suing of stock. and bonds by inter- liefnocrata have seized upon the re- records were under lwk and key In lawyer of Tacoma stated that a beak
sided against itelf." And state railroads. Mr. Taft will suggest (''cent exposures of "sugar trust" tac the stro i room of the teamner while rclerk of that city told him that Bai
ly or principally y aio party a reorganization of the bureau of cor- tle s as Hgood c('amllagn mr. rial. and she was at .-n. The secretary exlpwts rill had spoken of getting I1.500 to
The Republican Insuragets are porations, .the Interstate ('ommfcrce they are not willing to "let sleeping that the $'openhagen I'?lverity nit. make the affidavit against Cook. This
up their loins to d'i a lot of Commission and the ieprrtimetC t of dogs lit. thoritles will make public their optn- bank clerk. when approached by
l. but their activity will Justice. lut wh'n all Is ald and done I'nl i I of the records by the first of the 0tok's agents, refused to niki *such
result in notht lore than The narrowing of the scope of the (lI Joe cannon lt the principal issue new year. an affidavit. Other alidvilt that Dr.
words, words. Tnregulars Shera.ah anti-trust law is another r t'fore Congrebs. To people through- There have been rumors In circu. Cook has sent to the Copenhagesn *W
wly prepared to stfle anything recommendation that will be charged ont the nation, Republicans as well IN intion that the Cook records are nout vaint are from old neolhbors of BarN
il the appearance of general with the possibility of trouble in Con. iDemoc'rats, the Speaker has come to in poeoMslon of Mr. Lonadale. and rlll' In Ihrby. Most.. who say that
ton. The more thLe ln mtgens gresr Mr. Taft will recommend that Its r..prepent a system. more or less devil- that they were sent on another steam- larrlll often told them that he and
u in heated ,.onveratloM, the application be limited to combination h to hich has been .. s of as alged plot hatched Cok ad eJ Mount MeKInley.
e regulars will enjoy It. Talk and conspiracies to suppress compete. of "Cawioniss." While Inslating that by Cook's enemies to seeure and de- Dr. Cook was not asked by the IDas
time. and the aasamilaateon of tlon and establish monopolies. Uncle Joe is not nearly so black M troy them. No credence is placed Ish scient lst to sed any proof of the
the real, if not the avowed pur- The message also will contain a epaited, and, in fact, Is not black at in this report. and it Is generally be- Mount McKinley ellmb. It was e.
ithe Sixty-first Congress. recommendation for legislation relat- all. the regular Republicans find them. Ihevwd here that the records are in the planned by his legal repreesntative
t is a real grief Into edence ing to the issuing of Injunctions. The selves unable to convince thousands hands of Dr. C)r ook'*emretary, that he was so deeply corerned ovi
the I members of the Hooee to- President will make several definite of their constituents as to that aser- the attack on hli veraM ty that he had
w the death of Congressman suggestions of the administration's tiom. And them- constituents have New York. Dec. l.-Aceordins to decided to ship the batch of afdavits
d. Jle terrible fate which conservation and reclamation policy. votes, and election is coming don. r. Cook's mnsel. the re-rds snt anyway.
k the M.issourt statesman has He will urge the establishment of ad so naa y teru mmber, in d .
Nloon over th. Democrats, who postal f savings btnks, but there will themseles In what might be dewrib- SPECIAL SCHOOL SERVICL. course on the story of avid mn
their ablest leader, and this be no definite recommendation in this ed as deuce of a thI. With condi- Jooathan. which was listened to with
i -..^rd by many of the Re- message for monetary legllation lons as they are, there is no doubt Gainesville orded and High Ge el daep interel.
y many of The President will recommend gislation.p that the "Iron man of AMelman Poll- Hoorse Death of Jeff DOvil I. Clr i. one (it the most elo.
h he-ide-nt Taft has a lot subsidies, especially for the develop- tica" finds himself faeling the crucial In comamoratt of the death of quent sad ea t speakers ver heard
(fnst fr Congress to consid- meant of lines on- the Pacific and on moment of his career. I'elf Joe Is Jeffersn N Davi. the pupils of the In a (Jaalfeville pulpit. and hbl ierv
I consideration is alost cer- the Atlantic between American and namtghy embarrasuins to his Repubil. Gainesville tradedd sad High eShool te here are highly appreciated. He
oe the name of action." The South American ports. A reorganima- can colleagues and to th adatimistra- held spelael i csel Moaday, which ia o the 4diposlUom and spirit tha
Sof aheroiration bs where ton of th Alaska Government will on at this juncture. and 'et noe ha proved mn t impreslve. to bound to prore of real hef act
he they will o the Uaot good be another in the long list of recone. n e o t Thee wereises were oon d acted i* oali to his owt chrcmk, bpe t the *e
"ran, of the lars, who mendatlons. Mpeawe oheape takthe ('pCao does the aUdtoriM es. ade estbP rt4 tire lcit. and th t people of Ohala
t to return to their hbooes In this message President Taft will n peo du yalar med .I prayersadas address by Pre. W. th bil g are deighbef to waome h
IA tfter olitl(al nes. The recommend theensctment of such hunot appear to l ee, and atwuptndhedbec .stale family
Ight in ) ears is in prospect, laws as will make it impossible hfor nds to pla rhilev an he s l
f Clections next fall wl Lobt-. "white slave' trade to exist in the Inme.nd s to plhaslin e rlg up tbhe tl ed I e htae of the Ci s OWNS-4AMtRONU.
gm ee!efay W- HehaobenLkthe f wee e td at t Ohis.0
tltl in placing enany members United states. Representative Mann records of the leaders amoeg the IServcy wee 11ned w tol
Nrih of the "deld dukis." The'wW Introduce a bill having for its pur- sorgents a d priming hi'aself fo service by special iavltatIet A wedd1a esermesy was phw fer e4
W nu mrbers th "k they have pose the prevention of the trafficray Here is what he has to r yy f
t to capture the es, ~ds through the exercise of the power of himself:O d eteM io ay. it o r pa4e 6e
OF Republicans ae aft gWtly the Government and foreign com- arlyy in the eason I lead to eall Center ld. Mo. CII, lat R. X Qewss saO d Mia A8iat
Wth are not gotat.totJb ay mre pr. a- friend of mane to the chair ad take Orde of Odd Pellow ejsed a Sie CmC4em
Si1h Important J li The bill as drafted by Reprents. the or and speak as le as I am a rmes lM day alm at tae Baptwl The MattOWeeta ptle are w
lht prove apoplar. tive Man makes the "white slave" lowed. I tell you the fur is gtoi ngeh k t s t i gootagsp ally kowin and peIar htI, ad 1T1
Sct that a s* traf- ic a ctha n polabi or n e to fly. Some people ho profe to For t of Odd e d Ie e ee
I ll develop to lJest em aOet more than 5,000 or imprion- be Repubrsn will et the everest the filad-.
' ,4 In his lMea g obatht s noht more than ive year. or t. siatiom t at you eve-r heard. I Theburc h, was well fied po t.i
, polliesk tma he a m mh la the dier stlo of the eort. It ted to cail a spde a spede. e oeas,. and e. J. 3. Q ." lW Work e y ukari a Psa
pollcles y e deed alo make It a atr ofan to o thee peole who are' raatin sheet p5otr. deMlered s a esua s City e aid to he p gggesag rg
the preset ariff bill .uppoted sad

felists Dve Tackled ":"" GoIvernment Hghiting To

gest b of Their Lives {'"i. Recover ldian lads
< "hy t Mf rask a a mater. h'eetw. I
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;^0 -r w s oar dwu byeCO Plc aa Wcoe do not afoshe y t to Impro JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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a c ,ompe by M. ., .they. .. . 1 o The Fl roia Live Stock and Agricul
'Mptm ento taleN n wi *Wil e at hesand thispia Pt I adi rAttB 1a3os
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1. The li t he y f o thU aftoroD" by vo t the upolria of hab red s of thous ai d rofW oman o t
e: Bwi. Gainesille. .rarskgl oadeCAPrt1 abwhoa o, ie r air Asp ciatisof
ThA r m pwe re o their ofl the Utolre do not ae mptoma-a wa tte to l
awl swO w-w lr Mr. Mad4 dock rU* A Hey ApptiIt
urptee bao the of his banish danrUp *] sop flatligai

upr ivn taUls ovo hard ao the Vatfage wUl dipel atU wors. It aret har reovyor, Parsaad i sol Hbrd and Tn or More Days of Igh- las I
btm em refere o( mtgmd. in s a po te et Sdbaa Pr:2 olo W. c. Jola n e geg g it tsboet Oovmmehing THANKSGeIVING DAY, Nov. 25th.
Slf ta o er an ofthe ern, Dt per bottle old by: W. l. for t0 cet and h seer ot The bethores the Unit
aubjot, uid aU who heard himb fdelt W Iting Malp in two weeil or moner will race daily. Thie mot noted jockeys of both (Con.t
w better for balnc present Dr. Mur- Death of Mr Avor Ak. will ride
phro is un eloquent speaker, and Mru. Alox Avra, thity-elsht y ean Parllaln Bae s ao ideal har tonic,
upon this oooaueon appatd at his of afe, died at her home on Et Un- not stleky or reaUy and is old by *
bet. He reforred to many good points toe atroot Sunday at 13:30 o'clock, leading dressala everywhere. The
paid the bluheet reveooe and tribute dre,. WiUlma N., Ray and Jack Avers, tie. Mall order" Alled by Amerl- Ove rO # im Away inn Stakes and P
to the departed brothers to the men* to whom the sympathy of the commun- makers, OGroux Mfg. Co., Buffalo,
ory a whoer the ks all over the Ity is extended. N We k that you ttnd and judge for yourself s
world had gathered on thls scored o The funeafd wi l behld from the ...a td djd foyo tt
oos. reasdete atg 10 o'lsok this mornag. IOn The otrict Ctort fa th United morality of racing, and also to Mse that the best peo
The lnodg e and adle mare an "Near- Rev. r. a. Drdaee of the ist Metho. state, o wthe ekom o mof the country the sport and that racing brings
er. My God, to The" followed by Gst charcb, Massted by Rev. B. Id-a e Matter f C. o. R h,n o e ad mio of doars to the State.
ritual nervlce after whMh alt Joined Roce s, dletainUw. IeMtNeW wImkrup-ln Bank. of peope d mlio doa the tale.
In saints "Auld lang Sye.," Rev. The follotwiay getleea will act as nrpty.
Thoe. P.P Hay of the Firt Prebyteria pall-beare *, amd are equated to To the Creditors of 0. &. R ph ,
ehureh proaeouaed the beedlottoa, meet at the stables of Crawford a HIsh Sprina. Florida. la the Oounty
and durtia a refeoiman by Mooiss Davis at *:45 o'clock: W. W. Haip of Ala.ha, ad District foread, a BOARD OF DIRECTORS
dis the audleeoe retired, feeling that toea. u & Voyle, d B. Canaar. iA. beaknrpt;
this w one of the most npresve Coop. M. H. DePas A. Co Notte is eeby gven that on th T. V. uhen, Pr.; H. D. Brown, Vice-Pres., Gen.
services efwer held by oateeslt enough. Md day Noveber, A .
o -------- te~o MM nn Idd ae l mbor. r, xD U.o, F. J'P R.P-Tw, .; 10 H. Patterson, F. i.
rt6 10 0 W t eated a bankunpt; aod that the ftrst
JuTe e d eean er Wetadl About yinlf whes" you're erlp .eting the erd1t1or1 of said banko t cXunLT IM 5
er.MGdt1 ,v,,,fw ey d. .b "b.. L B. 6.On -" "- of" " L 'AILLIU
Jadge William A. Hoaker of the S*- pled with ruenatlim or stil jotta- rapt will he held at 'al1e0vlle, Fe -
pree Cort of torlda wa married of ern yt've tried lot of things ida. oIn otie of Clark & Pi.ldlnat
Wednesday at Reaobe, Virgtla. to and they failed. Try Ballard's ow oa the ith day of Deceaber, A. D. w U
Miss MttUle Norvell Olover. at the Unlamet--It will drtl away all 190, at 10 o'lock In the forenoom W,* t .-.o, l .l JACrK05TILLF, I
home of the bride' mother. The mar- s ehes. palma and st0ineas and leave at which time the eaid creditors may
rtage was very quteUly dolemnled. af- yoeu as well a yo evr were 8old attend, prove their claims, appoint a W AM FAT
ter which Judse and Mrs. Hocker left by W. M. Johnsao. trutJ, examine the bankrupt, and '-mP o
for Atlant for a tofew days, and till tract am other b ouatae s as may CA0 --00- -XPR-- PAWl Old Hometad Co r Ws
reaeh Tallahasee about the teath of Mis Anna MNixon and Mr. DeWitt properly eme beAqre the said meet-. 4 ...... ..... e Supecial r.
the math. They will com to Ocala Greenwood Haley of Oeala will be lagr. SW6t 2 ................. 0 do JLskeya e he
dor C ,hrtasay aad will be anets of marrdted oa week fTrm Thareday Thiw the h tay of December. A. D. 1U3 S!t U .********** --- p mistthnr r
Judge Hookers o and daueN llbt at the Baptwit church la t&hat 1o, THOMAI W. PIELDINOG. It fu quata reiht 1pa0 l In r
law, Mr. and Mrs. Wiltam Hocker. Teiy. eAei" ao Ban ruptey. WillisamIe NO, 1 R ype half platI ln dru:i
Jtdge Hoeher. untl he wah emleated Olavtle. .orda f ear ................. u$ 2 t ny kby drum. s
to the Supreme Coat eeekh, was a TO CURt A COLD IN ONE DAY -6 fl f tars ................ 4. **rm
resident of this clty. ad tillU hoMes his Take LAXATIVl BROMO Quitale lo Pr h Pernhblas a as Anag n tI PWa .................. 0. w Wlhiskse- Co'
chlTlseasp here, always s e l home otha t M Ansx i tdDerly seb the 4 so lm ..... ...P....... r. per a '
toveto ouTal o oi na s ol e t W. G 'r s i Ha- eatds o ee .lyml Catb .......,.......... ca Pa *
OM our most dlstIngused etr thirma most t u m each O to. Ms uti iR swes he hfe w and a, r lul t ts ................. 22*. 1.M1 paid
his fleads bhe ofegr him their mot I liq uid -la, 1t tf t u 1 pd--1Ii...*....$. Npor W Cl ey-[P *'
ud r- wia s. awil be One hundred dollars is oered as a TM M dyi et of retu 4 fuBl ......... ......... SW WhekeyxpIi r'
Jedbt" to w -e-ome Mra Hodt nigtatea for h uor cnt n the gtah a *Wui t mot .t..........t..he.. 4
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his haf be, ^whs tis.. .....It tr..essl ss 00 %VW "d.M.1.3.. asea ** .... 3Mi d am 'Paid
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'Fordt claimed to be the car that everybody's been waiting for with bated breath and outhangi-
e, the never would break down and that will run 50 miles on a gallon of gasoline. No. Such
s are d for all "easy marks," who will sooner or later pay for it dearly if they take it seriously.

ut e Thing the Ford People Do Claim-
t is, that do build the Best Car that money, experience and mechanical skill can ut to ether.. For over
years Fot built automobiles and has built more cars than anybody else in the world, an most of the cars
still ru IThey are finishing and equipping now nearly a hundred Ford Cars every day, and still they
behind orders.

re Must Be A Reason Why!
the cars 6w d in Gainesville are of the best standard makes. They are all good can, but some of them are
e better th:a others and the Ford is one of them. There is no use knocking all other cars, trying to sell
own. Usually the man who "knocks" does not have anything of value to offer himself. An automobile
Id be sold on its merits-not on imaginary defects of other cars. The Ford Car has received more than its
e of knocgkM here, but things are changing. It is more than six months since the first Ford Cars arrived here
Town, and they have "made good"-they have a record second to none, regardless of 'price-always ready to
always able to come back, very seldom seen in repair shop, unless taking a rest cure or driven in out of rain.
A Man in Jacksonville Started a Taxicab Business
t long ago. It was a business proposition with him and jalo an investment of about fifty thousand dollars. He traveled all over the United
s, making a apeeial study of all the makes of cars and then

He Bought Fords
e did not fall in love with the name of the car, nor was lie chmrmAd with the personal goo I looks of the selling agent. No-it was simply this:
le needed cars that had the least chance of breaking down, that would be the cheapest to operate and would have the luonget life and lasting
qtlities of any car made. Remember this when you are getting ready to buy a car.

The Ford Car Is the Easiest Car to. Operate
It Is a Ladies' Car
o side levers to ull up and down and throwing the clutch in and out while changing speeds-your both hand remain on the steering wheel
SthUe time while driven g. A pressure with your left foot start the car on low speed, releasing the premur. engage. the high-speed, the next
ndal is the reverse gear and the next to the right is the foot brake for slowing down or stopping instanUly. It also i an eomere hand*
take, hut which is seldom ever used. Everything is controlled with your that all you have to do is to watch the road ad end o life.
low, if you can remember this, you can drive a Ford Car.
The Ford factory is doubling its output for next year but still there will be a shortage of cars.

hbainesvlb Will Get Only a Limited Number, But a Carload Wl Soon
'se Here and If You Want One Reervd for You
poit $14'O in Du~* lank as first payment and balance payable on delivery. The price of a Ford IToubri Oar for fve people, complete with
ga s front, ear and lamps, is $1,00--delivered in inesvIlle. Toursout l,()00, and kt w50, everything complte--
is nothing te Oi.a baor.

It is to Oy awn inter to investigate the Ford before buying a car. Get a tlogue, take a risl in the elr, notUe tUhe a-rl
Ati* and the l iepa ish of the car, and then consider the price-the rest Is left to your own am judgment and eommoa snom.

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HmeI aymans DMek.
W. Aw Oafts Sade. S.?ieukinS8

w o Mondar, by r
a'cty e ut ,or w"to *rt ve u

seaf .. 1a. leo w it

I lit~e 0l som otee t tlAo

Ie Sunm uat gu ranse the im t
oef awrtlgaests Ia the m.
Isste a es the cop is bs mi3d
. is5 r ..... t .o .i..,
to M h- e lmasuo ettioaetso
Smal g inm th o wils.

S he qdltqal ou g of" th* 1 1s
*I b# linad Ioeo~s received at this
at Mlk. What have we doane
S "Man ON* treatment at you bands,
*OheW herlaostea ?
so. Pasmat A. tt o fJaksoa"te I
AM manage campaign inoppos0 .
tol&tateWWW prfbition. The1
Pobs will Bad him the beet org alse
thy ever ran up against.,
S Rev. Dr. Brought, ought to have
atteded the manorial service of theI
lkelNt STunday. Itfbehad doneso
probably woqid have formed aq
|Ti opnion of the membership
Sthe order whom he recently desig.
ated as a set of Idrunkards, ga n.
'. and outcasts."
The Orlando lodge of lks called o
I oharitt ball, after all arrangements



o I
'm~~~4bt~v to
- .A.*d ...~or

t OI ... lt. A. A

tal*, #JiT^ I ,O i

elow a s

dI twie lp Over f btft
"itIw ilt o iabll tr bel, &WI

Nq W4toal us0 t.hor. Jos6 wonutm

oa e ever beeawerr a o aiu
to Arr
be b skared. An AsVivlth. girl 0
uo try reet wI as ltierst- the
apesug 'scpls, the say, the dner i
dres m th tests t hr Cuiosbt
wasmWris"dts a toem *to M Ihe i,
l agu o:e il lamp, These wer the
amt falntlng oltM l uen'luri
he teacrion Roanrd in the twentieth
century, automobile, electric, can,
electric lights were hue o 6so*Iss
of. da ly iie-it eo li te ga-i.
children niW el the rse ti *odner
Ans sIiteM Yr atoU orR the M r
andote a oa haps. the Joey e rete

taC f tk oilhunp Tte vor tk

mote plaeoand look upon a surrw
and pair, or a pony and runabout,
says The Asbevllle (N. C.) News.

had been made for it, In deference to --
a revival meeting conducted by Rev. EditoP Motar of The Taaps Timaw
Mr. Coaoley, that was In progress Is either.a 406rtaan hlmbfelf or has
there. This Is the "low-down, whis. some friend who supplile him with
hsy-soaked bunch" that we heard quail, else he would not expaclate as
bout at a local revival a few days follows: "A couple of Florida quail,
ago. It seems strange that such an nicely broiled, served on toast soften.
abandoned and disreputable orgals. ed with rtch rewam, accompanied by
ticO would be capable of sueh a con. a good-alsaed cup of genaulne Mocha
easloi to the church.-Tamps Trib. coffe. constitute a breakfat that is
o >g ood enough for a king. It might be
"vated without deterioration, by the
The Departmet of Justice has Subetitution of ear tkee and soft
uder eonulderationa a proposal that fried eaggs the Msan dish. Both
the Goverameat shall eater suit thee exceileut meal, are general
Agaast the State of Colorado to re- favorites n FPlorMid and aceot to a
ever the value of I,00oo a0re of lare extent or the excellent health
baieral lSad which. Jt isa sld. jassed sad good humor of the people."
ato State control by fraud. Also, that -
the Attormaey4eneral 'preprag a The urse-satcher who has bees
ialt claimin three million of dollars "att 2 ladies upon the streets of
from the Americ s ameltlng and Re" OMIDOvlh during the past week will
Saas Oo. of Colorado tof whlech Daniel bev* l y alnished if he is esabt.
Ougenhe to prealdent. It to e* doubtlessisome %eMr who Came
dent that there io olhg to be great with tho e a.
ces of activity, by thi imtr y of those e ts who aer
tlon la pursuit of trusts which It ap.
pears have la some way secured val. $10 O SiP4
sable franehisoe or ocesalo nswith. rederof this paper will be
out ay adUte rtt or coadr pleased to learn that there is at least
tion to the Government. o101dr&46e" diem that sales"ebas
Soabe dreaded dienaue that staese hand
Tea eItaistuagineers and cotton tM lisa atarb. Hairs Catamb Cure
perts have yjut conIetda wk Is the o ly positive cu now known
of lavetligatiomt of a new c tto picker to W Ct r
Oft the Plantation of1 EZlenaer Mebeitn a cosaeutaiosal dageess reqiree
LeanA. In soth Caro t. says Te a cosatitutioal treatment. Hais
Savuannh News The p iaker is s catarid Cars io take lag ratg s-&
to have worked, wel c the Sa lands ta w MApa.
of the Dh4eMator's pitnasses. Itis Om t* siat0. th0M by
ow to bo takeI to tihe rgw leads destroylas t.e on o e die4.
of Alabama and Oklabism, where It sae. am 1 oth e tirteotA I
will be tried uat. If it pefors as y bui ng the smttati ad
well there as It did i South Caroll assisttingas ataren to delag its work.L
Ita masfactuare will be iadertakes a The pwport tr have muse fithi
SIA scale." But it Is Sid, there I its rative powers that they mw
wl be me otok f orse. The oem- One Htred Delar tor ayy oas
pOay "a Ile the m kh has a ittalto aear s a4 Srlist at
reedy be6n tentatively formet. Pw- asMiat.
*bly it wO be headed as the round AMi m J. CwRut 00,
bale WameMe Wa. Meawkaf the T, O we
etf *bel la Isey t wotIe maael,, -e i d ie a dr sa "a.
*Me eAl es1etthe poer that wi do Taoo uawe 7ara Pfitbe saesti.
as work. -ItMs.





hnIW Its -o AMe -t 4e0

Z ,ter aken te- t
the ttte IhelI
MImIp of ,,
eatsea as a ssmal bslr-ereta.e It
=kes the ltp h b b ae*sft lavi
tat Iteing whrih duftm will eaum
fewbre's pl Bele *ettivey cumr
dalruff. as a destroys t grm that
Masse itM te sa B cause hair to
I oilt, end ;t me-: In kilnl it.
ft3u: asi pwshts
d tom atMir g har d prInt
In. for it leads an artoaratio charm to
he hatr that is qutGe distettve. Sold
iy leading drosteta. Sand Ms. Instamps
r sampe Ato The HWVpid*e Ceo De-
J. Bodliord A Special AetLs.

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wan 'phy to fod a trIL
.&M oI the AIVU, the
farmer wl go uidded by
Sof the marlSt prioe with
t ;word\ Iltir tp
-g f t r p r-th o the

the fo wtlm he

In a to. u',fitftr
i" is, the oAt i
loiiaf l We 1

-* -e $o* M" v"
e oftaurehlpse a

-* ie-4b we sha rEveO ear
S t bo wthe Itr tysto t f4

o.. l sb-wa <. c.
a" bhe osd,04 t
Si A It. toll, weght tondetuli
o rw4 rtso-adLh (N. C.) Ptro..


ve*Aisin r pIn hpof theSpiai
OMtt Aniversary re tieons of
0 Chaftioe, b PlONhe" at Areadis.
is a Mudsonely printed t orty"ege
t petHd on essaweled book paw
. aished with handsome i- ts
ioNs a md 1i14 wit matter pertain.
, to Amis and Debto conty, and
ufa trt te *wat a woman sta
:plish Ia newspapdo (N. The Pro
grtete Mrs. va C. Chls upom
ge) ofd0ee1 oil her bort.

Mmu mb *


.4 climes I M,IF

i __________________------ -4------ --^--^-i

DOr. A' Dolan

Mild Medicine Treatment for
Horbes and Mules' Eyes


Dr. A. Dola



Florda MIgnolia Hotel -

i1 MrII I .--

Joriln a C,, ainesville,


he *apw te.the oef

S'ss Pow- wtho*"*so
MW 0 5M dppi" bheu



should be its policy of Are insurance, which w '
antee a much-needed protection to the family.
o"urport we will gi rl
tee that o!;r
whih are in tile - t
estl and mos't liIer.'l <

la to be had. 1 P
Iumg are low. wt
i rAtection affordd!
nome th anmnple
write or tlephol

-* -66

LIL MWapt__d

e t c b

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W madI only standard mater
.1' u i i Perfecto Bath
.i.Tube, Liberty]
mdkm, olise.k Don't Lowr
0 b gSefif that "neverlet
Seato; Everlauting S
Bath-Room Trimmi
S work all riht, look all r
I at -11 EhLt. patt Fv Fll right.

COO..9. LE' I,



~e'bemiRAW. lornone an
eMD Wseed u ti

p" '





it today; don't wait until the wise oQeP
get in touch with us and we wil "show you'b how to make a ood
waitig to see bow they selL We are selin them fast aniwji i
f names. They are people that know values.

al Sales
First Dav


have Mi ht to build homes. Do you reie that this

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senhameunamt of

asn tl.I



.....Greater Gainesville's New Sub-Division.....

Located between the University of Florida and Plaza-five minutes' walk from
Court House. The famous and fashionable drive, West Liberty Street, penetrates
UNIVERSITY PLACE and someone has well said that this is destined to be
The work of impro in ment is going forward and will continue until every street is
paved and perked and cement walks laid. The city rater mains are in this
attractive Sub-Division and supply abundant fire protection as well as water for
home uses.



Is not a suburban proposition, but REAL CITY PROPERTY, close in to Gaines-
ville's busy business section. The prices and terms are suburban-

$10 Cash, $10 Monthly
That's all! Compare our prices and lots with other Gainesville property and no-
tice the bargains we offer-investigate t!h, insurance feature of our contract. Thio
building fund is something unique, and we claim the honor of introducing this
idea in Florida. Investigate and you will inve't in


* OUR AGENTS will be glad to show

the property at any time and


pleasure in explaining the many at-
tractive features of our contract. We

will consider the privilege of "show-
ing you" a pleasure, and we are con-
fident that we can "show you" that
an investment in UNIVERSITY
PLACE will make money for you.

Telephone 366

Our Carriage Wil

Cad for YTo



-Sole Sellin Aents-

1ephone No. 366


115 E. Ma Sfreet



As real debImOnsel Was bais of vmilkso m,
M 60e binl ef "deuule bhess~ue. Said o &
b~eims veriw. far vhs .I MAof 1p1w1desew
Ile bapplum IS 0 vmgid book OWeOw wee MW
Siasloew IMeIMI -o e .doom uSOeW asbumbmd,
dbw er ean. SOWbed as emebe shemeddsell
am.? flob oa msem ess el edt ivebi bmENf
besre"bb dWilleof Se of 60 ebe m ed lop.o
Were's emldes.mmeOWbgd hi. e of a*idbests
p*WededOWmdbed a .- j-eon m0040 of hems
Is eramt, 1 *. wm beofvdj of luis.
elviluad" ow bep -10, 1 i gulp0*s M om* mmmeme
dos I~ievlhs of M "d s.ey bel&s,.v.I@ w bemi
of mis.. Ery dmi ebeea bohavele..dsoe
IWr*Vded m me..Ik oy be lusik sndmyd sbe hr
freme a~dhldry. batIN Is a hemss Theb. a oeGe
eom. be ma" W am do Olybeade Ue, a pe GM
as ose. bme soe"A semsOWN I inOWN
nouL WC W" I. r ~TOO.

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,trenrgth by


V.. .ryf mind a
.ue to "ill of the o
t kidney* and l ti
sponliWe-or large.lyt %
such cases, the kidne Bd
S dor are the organs, that ,
must have attention. '

O ealt-he
feeltwit-are alaot
toms of disordered a
idne bladder and UM ,,
De t's Kidney a4 .wum
bltae, ta thousand of
demoIsutrated a'h eifr
tealate orlalsm-ass
most prompt relled an
As aa llustmom of watl
Ml. eWill o.I M IP. .B
Columbus, a., writes W
vry ill with kld waI

"Iurpi y, Jr., .sow t*im
lt the oo f Dvi< stin.
'" of, th Ite etame
$ ohlee to in city, latet
att ta Norti Dakota, h1a
Ded@ to special work la the
tad office at Weebtastln
lioerpus Oaineaville triesds
So usratokbto upon =wtW
up me a o eaere promos,


0l~is~ a smat mopm mail WINa
"laswenll lkeda~oaw his

a 0oiih oasj*0 "it
jof poseumaelemeams ~
A o. Now


"',.lA R ,
'.i \

MWIt with the uncders.adi
!IRmOnMey. Please try it.
.gt, Gaine-ville.


0d you wouldn't, either, if you
S 4ak your grocer for bread
he Keystone Bakery. oe
Mr Smocer doesn't try to s.
*imething "Just as good,"
'v our wagon stop) at you
da4ly and be satisfied.
Phone 1N6 R. T. Scnafer


We Make a Specialty o
Clas8o0 of Dray WV
Better See Us Fir's

that .. a re a t, S,- OF 6UARODIA' *L. l L

hsad calnl ein tlc n0of A
st ,Sa n nsItso oo hereby given that O the o n J-
delaterous *f ete the I be at 4f D ft er, 10, t1e0,( eM ."SW
*- napy, alcot t. J i uardian of the o st
d ots'u1 B. P clutobsh and iohur'N o W O 0, AAS

GA.' TO.wl1eWil oi moW qApply -to H. XU.p M8AP
S0. A. I. TO M dge f ta u iS
Aminual tletlon of Oflwers of this. O. Towh T rt he. property towiT A. .
spsettin tto Be Held TedaY 'eI ll pr terest lto th Stth halt
The aemuesl enetai of LefrW Walos T ishe b ttrpm o netne lth SA, I. A. R., will 'be held In tbh d 440 th a Msk1t i w Ship T. soth 'of 1
if~ lan1 totio, whn the eletin e plated at tb ball pam o stin Nu too East, in AlbsIF e$dsty
S t oll s wirth be held, another the two tw lo m that win p at to lUet 1 accordane with the > -
S I. OiR before the natn ts 8o oy B orne u mt dad p on le lain aidd Cosmty Judges
Sbe trtna oted. th t Mooo Th IIATTIeB M, NTOBn Do
the th tng will be called to order game wol be ri st : of Eostute po a les?. Mand the
S91080 o'clock this tnornfig, and Th caspthin of ieU ToMw TefM s P. McIntosb. Pd (l eOl 6 Me
tull attendance Is desired.' A visit, trying to artage a schedule of games W. BAKER,
ag stembers of the 0. A. R. are ex. with outet*towa tamus; this will A rney for Guardian.
elded a cordial Invitatimon, and it is a e thns e ra tme In NOYTIe OF ADMINISTRATION. 1 N .

Oalsnvills now than ever before at sonville, ,ad later Stetson and Rol- o ufs A. Lee. deces o,t have beenlO,

Mrs. X.l A.abt 1ab c,-.av otni
this sesio. of the year, and many of l e will paroIably compete with the adersigned, b the
them will nake their winter homre ainesl le teta for base t ball bo udge o Ahu
hte. ors. So everybody come out Pd h Plp n l etIN i
the home teams, and encourage the agtus n md e ws tatant demand
ainst said estate wait be pretend t i..
Stop. Itching Instantly. Cures piles, girblsto me for payment within fth time
Owsema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, Remember the date. Thursday. Dec. r id l det de t
herpes, scables--Dosa's Ointment. At 9th. Price of admission, 5 oenut to ms.twlaw ,and t debts u e top
sF Ly dn s T Suda c i .. N.a ..1.*

Mr. Flake of Mississippi, Mr. Cross- aspOW PUT
D K l land of Tennessee and Mrs. Brown of
Sramps arrived In the city last een- 1 C TON.
i n and gave their Iftroductory 'work is what is creating such a great de- 9
last nglht at the Baptist church 0on mand for pressing doe our new way.
sunday school work, Every little feature is given the clos- "A K I
Thqse people are experts in their est attention and no piece of work is ME TR ETIS i TRgILET
special line of work, aAd our people allowed to leave our hands until it
have the greatest opportunity ever Is carefully inspected to see that it Why go away to have them
offeredd them of learning bow to sue- comes up to the high standard we 'fited when you can have it
r ed in this great work. The local have met. "We're going' some." doae right at home by grad.
workers are stirring the city taking KOME KLEAN KLUS, ute optidela?
the religious census altA great things 1 *. Libe ty Phone 84. Save car e and timo by
may be expected romnthis effort. tIt Ile g uu make a ic*iic
everyone avail themselves of this ftdg of yo ey s. A l
T 1g ruet opportunity. Don't forget at arg
the First Baptist church tonight and a
AINSVILL Wednesday night.
Capital .................... $7,00. *III II H O 8 &
Surplus .................... C A S T O R IA
1lhlCASTORaImM ---------

IW.L Thom Prooidnt. We tannt we have To C rh tfor bO r
W.K. BrTomas Fires Viet. Ur he n4 tthe Domestic sewing
W. S. Taylor. Seooond Vioe-Preldent. iMahin.e-
L D. Turner, Cashier. -
FM--- Pert f Mr. Turner. Mot CUUt
The tubef l of Jass M. Tarer of A d
D ireto:* -ake. Vie*. the aid death of whoi
4. K. Breem, J . NIehele, occurred ia ts" city saturday moran
J. & Padgett, h.. Venable, la. was old at a late hor Sunday O
S 1. F. Dtten. W. R. Theman, aftersoom ia Oaki cemetery, ear M i
S0 '*. A. MaNutaby. W. S. Taylor. Mienmopy. Rev. Mr. itatreak of the Aka ldilm
Metbodist cbureh offelati g.
The servees were artawly attenod- e
Four Per Cent Paid In "'i the w MM"cI
S i s p t n from very section of dT e a,,aty.
SeAvin parm n T remoales at the prave vwereWO r ? .. I '
Mr. Turner wiln be stosed Is hi ar draews. This style is ated for
S Amosat to a alt. nTe t amaaUom of its, ad lm m mal qualitM
SII I4I hi. death was elved wth a source bt -- o a
,Svr 8U Plain. of deep regret. oiN'l' ,
_urpeana______ Pva of wk and exeeptooally we
(Formerly the Acme) IHer *at Was S idp.d uitor ti u .
*smemevtle -- - Pterda. Bcase her eiMptalM wa had I I.I
OAE IN CONNCTIOM. sad sh com4 Sod a to dea-w SIhe4 "C rO0 .,
taamesea. a**. Mee..aaMt. d by -leasve Am *ast
Ita^ W See. 4 er ay. tl br taksaa mte assmM TAUe
TeaIss Q ee to .m' 9eeg aid ver retw r. *.aM .r I
Stfa ..- ... V. N. Jokaeom. T____ _ ___ P. TA___

~ar~~gr~' T~'i"-~ )~

' "Old Stand



Farms, I
0 -F

To all Land

"-Wriean in

Fancy and
Stylish Livery

With New Nat



or Sale-

Sof Title
do in Alach na C
short notice

Rlliable Comp

Customers in

and Considei

Cousant St


Iamwa I~Dollar


OW "d up
L1~' PA4

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"~ICIY, I - :--



| ,e,,cs of Wala to the county epita l e-
lie called at TOIilU oiceU
aed his mubSAtito to"'

,ild, easy sactio f .-
dose Of at Q O* ASI
25 cents',Ask
for the*
to of te1

w where he wre a th
day O official a,
j darrlson end + i k+.^yw
the city fromi
gey. They W s d
Isrkeys and patj a wb
of readily t
as city yestmdql. M Hoi.
es that tha Wer*'kfstb
t St. Geor iUtwh
tsat this is a 9 rwhell
seek .l a.

t pill is DeWit tie Uarly
Safe, easy t
liver pill 0L Ca-
Witch Hasel so" I the
Good for eot, or
Sid especially 1or. ILe. Sold
lngists. ,-t.;,,
i C. Alworth of abkea was in
Yesterday. Mr. -Alwth :has
Ploe into the mnafaCotre pf
OIN lumber at Luka0, and s
As most modern plamtb in this
I of the country, with 0 cutting
I of 35,000 feet per day, which
pSes to Increase as the. demand

l layton, formerly this city
Shas been making Iis. home
ipTork for the pat IWvor six
Shbere on a visit to bls brother,
,to. Mr. Layton la Bow pro-
d s laundry in Csaltao, a sub-
COnell, N. Y. His friends are
|vekome him to hs1 9Md home,
)) to know that hi. Is prosper.

lpirt time one of the children
tl. give it something tlat will
fr and freely but gatly" move
Wels. In that way the Cold will
* be driven out of the system.
pk's Laxative Cough Syrup
ike bowels promptly and freely,
ily, and at the same time heal.
bB and stops the oough. It 6i
ily good for children. 8blo
.Anderson of Bronson, who has
Ihr for the past few weqks as-
I in the Gainesville National
a bookkeeper, has returned tu
N Mr. Anderson ha got the
1 fever," and expects to leave
Sthe next few weeks for New
there he will make htis future
lie is a son of Bie. W. H.i
[1 of Bronson, for amany years
oor of Levy co0ity.

Me Known Peopta Wed.
ol Be of County undie B. 0,
,loday morning there was a
ceremony. Jastleo R. W.
If Bne having b pleasure

seatrctlng parties were W. L.

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J. W. McCollum & Co. Guarantee a Re.
lief for Dyspepsia. If the Remedy
Fails It Costs Nothing.

To unquestionably prove to the peo-
ple that ladigestion and dyspepsia cun
be permanently relieved and that Re::-
all Dyspepsia Tablets will bring abou-u
this result, we will furnish the medi-
cine absolutely free if it fails to giu
satisfaction to anyone using it.
The remarkable success of Rexal.
Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the hig.,
degree of scientific skill used in devis-
ing their formula as well as to the
oare exercised in their manufacture,
whereby the well-known properties ol
Bismath-Subaltrate and Pepsin have
Mean combined with Carminatives and
other agent.
Bismuth-SubnItrate and Pepsin are
constantly employed and recognized
by, the entire medical profession as
Invaluable in the treatment of Indiges-
Uion and dyspepsia.
The Pepsin used in Rexall Dyspep-
sla Tablets is prepared by a process
which develops its greatest effldeacy.
Pepsl supplies to the digestive appa-
ratus one of the most Important
elements of the digestive ,fluids, and
without it the digestton and assimila-
tion of food are impossible.
The earminatives possess properties
which aid in relieving the disturbances
and pain caused by undigested food.
This perfect combination of these In-
gredients makes a remedy invaluable
for the complete relief of Indigestion
and dyspepsia.
We are so certain of this that 'we
urge you to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tab-
lets on our own personal guarantee.
Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents and
$1.00. Remember you can obtain
Rexall Remedies in ,Gainesville only
at our store-The Rexall Store. J. W.
McCollum & Co., corner East Main
and Union streets.

Breden of Hague and Mrs. Nancy
Stalling of Graham, both well known
throughout that section of the county.
When Justice Small came to town
on other business he did not dream
he would be called upon to perform
a marriage ceremony, but upon being
requested to do so by the groom he
was equal to the occasion, and, as he
expressed it, "done right well," con-
sidering he did not have his ritual.
The congratulations of friends are
due Mr. and Mrs. Breden, with best
wishes for a long and happy married

Off on a Trip.
E. B. Brown. Lee Graham and Wade
Hampton have gone to the Halle
homestead at Kanapaha. where they
expect to "wake the birds up" for
the next few days.
This Is a Jolly trio, and Inasmuch
as all are marksmen of recognized
ability, friends may feel sure that
they will not suffer for want of plenty
of good game.
The trio went well prepared for a
good time, carrying a thousand shells
and plenty of good stuff to eat i thel
event that there would be difficulty
in searingg up" the birds. It goes
without saying that there will be
plenty to eat, whether the game runs
or not.

Will Leave Newberry.
Dr. E. B. Howell of Newberry was
In the city yesterday. Dr. Howell's
friends will regret to learn that be
will soon leave Alachua county, as he
has decided to locate either In Jack-
sonville or Valdosta. Ga. He has been
a resident of Newberry for several
years, during which time be ac-
complisbed a grest deal In the up-
building of that town. owning one
of the handsomest brick buildings In
the West End. His brother, lut,
Howell, who has also 'done a gerat

pects soon to engage in the naval
stores busties.,

The symptoms of kidney trouble are
1rleary disorders, weak back sad
back ache. rbeomatlsm and rbeaStac
patas sad t winS*. pans nto tbhe grt.
s&. There is nothing as good for
Utaey and bladder trouble as De
Witt' Kite sand Bladder PIlls. T&
aW depd apo them to give etre
wtisfactlcn- They are asoztlsP tI
p9 ptlyanWd soothe paln Sold by

wab Ii tha io i

Force Is Putting This Highway In
Good Pasable Condition.
Under the supervision of C. C. Ped.
rick, who was appointed special au.
perintendent of the work of grading
and leveling up West Main street 8.,
as per a recent order of the Cinty
Council, this work is progressing nice-
ly, and in a short time those who de
sire may use the street with some
Of all the thoroughfares of the city
West Main street has been the most
sadly neglected, owing to the fact
that the council baa bee for the past
few years endeavoring to induce the
Atlantic Coast Line, which line mo-
nopolizes that highway, to do some-
thing in the mater of repairing It.
but so far without avAg.,
Mr. Pedrick states that It Is his In.
tentlon to repair theM atet on both
sides as far as the railroad crossing,
which will certainly aord relief to
the public.


Pasadena Gives Example in Munlo

LOS ANGELUS, OaL, Dec. .--The
Pasadena Council bha established a
new price for electric energy, fixing
the rate of municipal electricity to
users of over 2,000 kilowatt hours a
month at 8 cents for each kilowatt
"Although this is the lowest rate
In the United State," declared Man-
ager C. W. Kolner, of the municipal
lighting system, "we can make money
at this figure, pay Interest on the
bonds and establish a sinking fund.
It Is a triumph for municipal owner-
ship of an electric generating plant"

Whether from colds, beat, stomach
or narous troabem,, Oapudine will
relive you. It's lquld-pleaaant U
mke-a ately. Try It. t
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Office 301 .I Ma SIt., North. Tele.
phone 116. Office hours I to 11, 2 to r.
and by appointment. graduate of
American Schbol of Osteopathy under
founder of system. Kirksville, MIto.

OGanevUle. rlorida.
)ilce--Rooms 1 and 8, Orahae
Building. Office ours: I to 11 a. i.
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Tea bear of itgattUos over the valid
Ity of titles-all which eould have baee
avoided by tnveeting la a abstret of
the property before it was bought.
If you are considering the pershae
of real estate-or have a "deal" alnest
closed-lnaiet on an abstract made by
us of the parcel before you buy.
Accuracy and completenese sgwar

A. W. Lals. JON F. mOUX.



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P. M. C.eM of w, trading
In the oty,Teosterday.
n0eltn wWe of Ha"u" w tred
1 3.13 the *^ yeeir"ay.

R-.e.i* dluesi E
i. mi on J. & .AM0 tow
&hdma. c wraea siness visitorto~ is

*u, s,.tere. n d f .
V.m StreetT Frek. ilvry.
S"Do=n' fo tho baW M be ll
; afteWon. D Ith* 3M>
will b* called promptly it 3:8s.
ersiF What You Wv a-Rhe ab
bob V ia It xtran. t I pee t i 0c a9
S sad the Savor is perfect Try it,

S btubed roPe LUs. Btler, whert he
pmapt Sa.dy plsiMisaty with firelo i
For thO next te 4s n on Otrvi.
2 taro Se) wil sell a ga iwM d $10
* Senltary Felt Mattress for #0.96-Cash

Capt apd Mrs. J. A. lebsough
of Wladsor were among those who
tavored Gainesville with a vilt ye.-
Modroe Venable, the etenslve na's
&a stores operator and crat manufa &
turner of Archer, was a business visitor
to this city yesterday.
i If your purse permits, we offer ua*-
excelled fare and service for $2.60
per day-$3.60 with private %ath-75o
for single meals. We do not publish
our menu a our guests advertlee that.
The Brown Houe.

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We Would Call

The Public's


To he ft that everything ear-
ried to a Ferlture etere isto eo
the upward teadmey I pries.
We are advised by all maw
edtrero that aIer Desmiier
l)U all oteo r pre lists wllb
be advanced 18 to 30 per eet.
Our stemk is lare. We ev
beol wltl tia advass e Im

yoe 6eeds wihout putt ng *e
the advassed prim. Thm
prism seast emal very lertw
*e we WMild ain 31 an aos9

mad of write toe d Fural*.
two seoo for p0ri. The
quaty of aeeds will show lr

We **are detain resh d 4o.
dM too-d*ft.


Na tour ewe sfted s e -.*W.
lurth $tpoo od two eavl teei
&,a-) one-at f ts
at youa likle.
out 9. up wikilt I vX
lasri one r a ea t e


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taiet d 'p a islt to bli Aaal4 a6d
n th meatise Ilto te aftr h
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Oea4 tadin eW
atter 4at ha sre antt (o'e
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tr s Lted are ordi t ly ited.

Thame a, Clarli of LTosvilles Ky.,

nhas ret fred to iesvill on his .
has many tfrieds in Gaw atile who
are always lad'to welcome him.

ctya sters tda. M r'.Polk eeto o. t.

her r .nno:ne t t l
anll Is an a"tesIive alalore s
oIear citi enof that setlo of

the ih tt .bpa lll hold the

W. B. ellers of Greensboro, N. .
Thnd L Kelley of lJonesville. Ky.
have arrived the city, l on an.

nuepted positions wit He I the eHampton f
hiaton Realty Compw, . an. The. ke
are always glad to welcome him.
g enry Pol of e wbet to rr wasin he
city yeiterday. Mr. Pole i a Con.

maneatle v an ad will o of the pobrl
their ftilen of that wnn hort while.

With a desire to keep up with theo
countyimes, R. T.He haer many fproprietonds of the

W.Keyst B. ak ofery, has just eensoro N. stalled a
hand Fsom. Kelley of Jwagon whillch appeared. C..
have street for nthe city, and time atur-
dayeped positive wagons with the Hamptonf the
factory e of son & Son bandits
orkmanship s a credit to rethai herem.
sormlnently, and will t o doubt brim

With a dsoiare to keep up wim th the
time., R. T. schafer proprietor of the
tor Keystone Bakery, ha forms of t lled

ed The on ble and th pre overduct oo the
factory e of Benon & Saon and ith

lt visiout H GaIe vlle ren 7tho the
nrst esay onl Deem ber. T Do.
aor ap elaoes of aloerllme of oopl.
a.ied eye tOuble and the oaver aomi
pophued aoes and we rvlmsn with-.

yeas tieso of Rodelia e but now rolle
dla In Oa awI In the city, and hisee
num ther reeoi are ga at the oatu
ormanelty to s aed ta hand alg.
Mri Winnie Tuc thi daughter, is
vising Mi's. C. D. Dect at R hee
Capta Tucdker fe D ee er. years

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nueoa ri oIae IaIa te p
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I't forget Wilsee's ILaes whes smdomg your lit
Tey are the beat sd"d@s Io the ngy r prPees r emed.


L Attention Is directed to card of J.
C. Adkins, attorney-at-law, which ap
pears elsewhere in this issue..
Law Aent Bryan of the Atlantic
Coast Lise, after a brief oficial visk
to this oity, haa returned to his home
in Jacksoville.
Dr. and jrs. J. D. Watklt ansd Mrs.
J. J. Barf of Mloioy were among
those who favored Galnesville with a
visit yesterday.
Deputy United States Marshal Chba.
d'Martine has returned from points
In South Florida, where he has been
on official business.
Notice-The Kome Klean Klub has
moved to 21 East Liberty street,
where they will be glad to see their
old as well as new customers. Phone
Justice R. W, Small of Hague was
a visitor to the county capital yeeter-
day. Mr. Small Is also engaged In the
merepatile basileas at Hague, and en-
Joys a fi* trade.
S"b. Thomas' Selectric Oil is the beet
remedy for that often fatal dieease-
croup. Has beew used with sueess
In our fallly for eight yeara."-M.
L Whltesao Buffalo,. N. Y.
Priends of Mr. Heggle of North
alneeville will be pleased to learn
that he ts oettlg alom nicely, after
a recent sergioal opeartlon. He will
be around as naal In a few days.
Mrs. M. L Come of Palatkah s in the
city. a gut of ber daughter, Mrs.
A. L las. Mra. Coxe is e of the
leading mmbeab of the U. D. C. in
the State, sad friends here are always
glad to woeTme her.
Remember "candy matlnpe" at
the Bard Wedneeday afte-
oona. betall at 30. All young
people nldar eigteen ears of age
who preoat a paid ti will be
give a iac of lne free of
Dr. W. U. Barker, patentee Bar
ker's maMle Oand raaltetod. i1 the
city for a tbw days. Hit sobeila td.. and he is
tour of tie Slte. He made The
an agreeale oa. sad state tfat hy
thtanks laevle me of the meet s
todate mr anPatlet ue citiee he
ever asIt.

bft astoed Sh" a to at e WAN WIll

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The treaeMt line ever shown
the city.

SDatty Aprou for Christi
preaits. See them at

S25.. 35, 50, 85, 98

olday Handkerchi<
-of.i Kinds

Fra 'S6 t 2.50 edS Plain nLine, Fancy Line,
IMaMsd WRe l Le *eWad rcbiefs that are beauty
.Jj lispqblIts fr Chuidre is Fancy Boxes.



Timner and Rebu

tlmitut Furnished I romptly
Work Guaram twi
Belerenoe: Add
l French Piano Co. GAIN.F
Ldden & Bates FL

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Bny, ell or Exchanil',. Ki
IIg a Specialty. Ai-o, l'm'
asd Unpacking of kurniiirt
Competent Men. :

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LOS'-Lady's open-ace gold 'watch,
i1th n addrb on failde of case.
Finder please return to Bun office
and et reward. ~


FOR BALB-rTypowriter ribbon all
kinds. Snp office.

MULE-One pair chole
large, for sale. Apply to

FOR AWT-A finished cottage with
modern mpvoveceMt. Apply at 1TO1
K. Usletrlty street .

FOR BAL--Reode Island Red obiok-
ens I eoops; Ev hebes sad a rooeter
for $L Hae four lots of m ch mhbick
ens-the very best that's bred J.
Maxey Dell.

anyone btUg Plasks CMI T e
it's guarastee to -eh uabif
chilelsad ever. Pries leeftI Pr
bottle Ask W. K. JoIam,
probably ow.

the S~mae e paaMiag Boee No, 4 I
l peek seks, .M. Trme Red
Triauph at l" 4 so raw
oideras. Anora Prede On
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