Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01329
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville Daily Sun
Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: December 17, 1909
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01329
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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EENSBORO, N. C, D 13 E-o
|passenger train N,. .11., o the
eru Railway, known 1 the Rich-
1d and Atlanta train, due in Greens-
at 6:40 a. m., was wrecked peaz
y morning at 6:3 o'clock at
Ldy Fork trestle, tad IWlIe6 north
bereandat6 o'dook lteiveu ng
hnn dead bodleM had b11 I iSmoved
u the wreckage. he'an re
dead and tw*ety 4 00d are
cared for at a s 1pItal.
Te dead bodies, ep .P loetUfied

A. P. Cone, superlntedeat of the
and and Danville 4dvllton of the
)gthern Railway, with headquarters
I Richmond, Va.
l3. C. White, traveUlla auditor,
llsbgton, D. C.
nesmc Dammals, porter on the Rich-
bd sleeper. .
C B. Nolan, Pullmai qoftdutor,
lrank W. Kilby, *epert peountant.
.istoo, Ala.
Charles T. BroadSeld, Alersuas, Ga.
Virgil E. Holoomb, Mount Airy,
IM Sexton, Denton, 'A. (.
.Richmond Eames, a prominent min-
1I engineer of Sallsbury, N. C.
John U. BIordnax Rialtod, V f
dM Bagby, Richmond.
The body of an unknown white
On, apiarvntly about US year old,
Pt rco.ered later in the evening.
o1D'n the, patients at the hospital
are fItally injured, are: Henry
8tri!,lij, of Decatur, Ga, and F.
hIth. S iali ter, N. C.
Partial List of Injured.

TL e -. t li the Injured so far ageer-
l'. :*' i t all of those seriously
A I t, be taken, to the hoa-
Th.:.. \ Eldridge, Richmond,
S,, \. Phillips. Petersburg,
S.it I'. McHlrayer, Anderson,
S 11 I; ll (colored) Reidsville,
C.-- i,. A:llerson coloredd) Rich-
d A'\ I. Harris, Reidsville;
.. avidson College, N. C.;
'- Baskerville, Vs.;
New York; Burton
S, :'l, va.; Mrs. H. T.
,r Va.. Thomas V. Chalk-
r, '[N.%. C.; Phillip Nelson,
N C.; Reichar Doble,
W. \V T. Carter, Dmnville.
1" 'irroll. Norfolk, Va.; W.
L, red) Portsmouth, Va.;
orrfolk. Va.; Mr. Rob-

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rO, N. C.---Eleven PersonsThe Interior Deprmt officials Are

others Badly Inired. Making an investigation of
Y Certain Reports.

ert Edmonds, New Orleans; H. VASIINGTO. De. 18.-lnterior
Coble, Richond, V. WASHNTO .-
Cao.ble, Richmond, Va. Department officials are much Ilcens-1
Owing to the character of the wreck d at th allgd teat t td
ed at the alleged Ill-treatment meted
much time was required to remove out to Tech o an ightyya
out to Teehee Thlocoo, an eighty-year-
the dead and injured from the de- old Creek Indian woman residing in
bris and it was 8:30 before this work Oklahoma. According to reports re-
Oklahoma. According to reports re-
was well under way. The Injured were
ceived here from Muakogee, the aged
brought to this city as rapidly as they woman was found by Government o
woman was found by Government ofit-
could be extricated from the wreck
cers at the home of Barney Grayson.
and placed in St. Leo's Hospital. near Eufaul, where she alleg she
near .ufaula, where she allege she
George J. Gould, who with his son, had been held in practical captivity
Jay Gould. was in one of 'the Pull. for two months white rival oil compa-
ma when the train jumped the nies tried to get as oil lease on her
tr when the train Jumped the
and who was reported dead, land approved by the Department of
escaped uninjured. He, with his son, the Interior. She Is (ow in the cus-
Jay, and friend, R. H. Russell, of New of overment oficere who
York, former editor of The Metropoll are holding her to prevent o
tan Magazine, had Just gotten out of from again setting her nd siriting
their berths when the Jump occurred. her away. The ce Is being nveti-
Mr. Russell was badly hurt by corn- gated by the Government.
Ing In contact with a car stove and is __ G
at the hospital. Mr. Gould and his Richmond sleeper, whdk was totally
son came in on the special bearing demolished. The Noefolk aleeper wa
the dead and Injured. He left yea-not so badly torn up, bet fell on i~s
terday afternoon for his hunting lodge, side in the swollen aeam, submerg.n
fifteen miles from here, stating that tug many of the passengers In the
the wreck had not disarranged his water. The conductor of this coach.
plans for a week's outing at his hunt Capt. Johnson, was very slightly Injur-
Ing reserve. ed, and none of the pasengrs to bhis
Cause of the Wreck. car was killed.
The derailment of the train was The tralitg coach w I-a'WY pas.
caused by a brokgn rail .bout twa ueumer eaoelk. -d it..4rs Joadtknows
hundred feet from the trestle that whether it bontalned .a$ osgers or
spans the small stream. The train nrot. The front end of this coach was
was composed of two baggage, ex- split wide open and partially submorg.
press and mail cars, three day coaches ed in the creek.
and two l'ulliuans. The engine and Cars Completely Wrecked.
baggage, mail and exprerts ears passed
The lRchmoud Pullman Is a miass of
over in safety, while the day roacheirn e .c a i s
and lulitan were thro' fr h rerkage, and scattered over thle wet
and Ilullintas were thrown from thelp bn o p of
anid liinlddy bank of thlt ltram, Itrt of
trestle into the cretk and along thIe I uthe AI
k t t It beinK hurried in the mud. At II
banks some twenty to thirty feet b--
o clock parts of two bodies were via-
low. lble from the edg- of this ma" of
At the point where th,, first cocrh i r e It of ti
left the track, the right hand r3il l re- kage, and it iundrit known ow
lug broken, about eighten inches ini, wmho re w oriing und rd to reitrou
from a joint, the rail wAs irk into t lie unifortuiiate victim, and to recover
fragnients for avcral f..et. arni tronIhe bodies of the dead, '%re practical.
entirely front th' 'robetle I h,, truck
entirely frontthe crotteItruck) certain that a renea:tl of the de-
wheels ran on the ti.e- untl n ear th- ,rwold a re ad .
trestle, wlOn the out.she hk ean %("dt The two day coaches In frout of tise
over, allowing the hr.eak Iwanus and Pullran were n ltwrcks
axles to fall on the guard rail of the tbing amasbed Into ki ndnt wood. It
bridge. As the last roach was ab,>ut as thought en The aUy News
on the~tretil,01fi coakhvt Opitan left the' se ne that all the victims
pled over, brok- I,x' from the' ail nd t rem frm tbese two
and express car and tumbled to the' I.d be-,n removed frene the two
and express car and tun toIII.ats. though a force of wn. were hard
mud and water below. at work making a thorough sea*rh for
The Norfolk Pullman fell In the, wa- y that miht ua
ter. while the Richmond sleeper just O that irn r ran. e at the
In front, landed only partially In the undertakers showed that set werd I
water. The most of the injured and ddto others w bal
killed In the shiepar were in tIu sc~ided to delth, ^hcr. were badly
killed In the sler we1__0..th--e- mutilated, while one was e ut lan half
at the waist, his dtismntubered parts
be-ting fowd at the opposite' edls of the
'al Peary I"' "-"

ed North Poleln a h
ed ef J. A White the boeW and lot
n-arest tbh Metbodlit churet, foe er.

of the Itrovetit., who oiok th ist t *"
ship into the ice farther than any
other craft ever went. siso rfrlived
a muadal This was presented by Am-
bassidor Jame Hlrye ocf Grveal
Andrew 'arneret Ataslad&for Jus-
serand "of Frai rn Itarom
P lbea e's. tIb Italian amba&uss or. o G t.
TheoMs Hubbard. preideat of the
AIMy Arctic Clb. ad SaB Ca-A
mat at the speek-he' taMO.
Teklerams of coogratalatIs from
C Rmevetk. the Rtoyral oegfrau cl
Soet'y of BngIamd. and th e PBe tl
Oe-elabiflu'eSFI4y *wer reed The
D" of Abrn al*o smea a cable

Sto on"e" inees
+jr-pt a* mR ,

ly owned by Mrs. Gr.,r *
Mrs. M. Deeaam of VaIMms i t
vistlltag old friteds b r-e sad olgll
after her oM hboe
MilUss eUmaE '.',.s.a c i rss4rmed
fr mn Cedar K.V. cr- sh*0 has b I
aieilng a peatb
Mr leMtastom, who re.-ntly had his
foot crashed wmder a rar wheel which
nseeemiMnl a mptatmo has bema
ablMe to e moved If is heio Is
sOWr easerd.
Mr. sad Mrs. Heug WilNai s have
opened their eSw Agtre to IS I
sad Cr0m1 dll Welh hlmla, mal
are mettsg S Im wast f 1 m

Nsupn eel the
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Representative Harrison of New York Denaunces.

Roosevelt As.a Dictator ud a Despot.

WASHINO'ION, Dec. 1.-Vigorous
opposition to the proposed plan to
abolish the Isthmus canal commlsalont
and to vest the power of building the
Panama canal and of governing the
canal son* In one director general, ap-
pointed by the President, cropped out
In the House yesterday during the
general debate on the Mann bill, which
was reported by the committee on
interstate and foreign commerce.
Of sarcely less Intensity was the
storm of protest when It was learned
that the committee had recommended
that the Judicial power of the canal
song should be vested In one circuit
court and such Intertor courts as the
President may constitute.
Representative Mann of Illinois, au.
thor of the bill and chairman of the
committee, attempted to explain thei
necessity for a measure that would,
centrallse responsibility for the com-
pletion of tb e.work of construction
of the canal and the civil govern-
meet of the canal sobe, which the
President' had been carrying on.
"What are the sources of authority
from which the President (Roosevelt)
derived the right to claim to govern
the eael asor' t" nttrvpted Repreo
sentatirve HIarriroupZ Newlth. ....
"I justify the actions of the Prepl.
debt," replied Mr. Mann. "upon the
neceststy of tthis elvllisaton pretentI
Ing chaos upon the sone, and rbhen
(ongres In1 its wlsdomi chooo not toe
lroide' a forn( of groverntielnt after
the end of thlie flftt-iglihth Con('rgrte
by tIn sii'clle ena tminelit."
Mr. Harrison theii dennoutce'd thel
bill. Ho designated Presldent irouse'.

of Mbe Ida 1Dalay Hicks to Mr. Wl-.
loughby Stephen Tillie on Wedliwu.
day at 3:30 p. m., december 29th. at
thie Methodist church.
J. I. l Dvis havli 4 sold out to II.
J. Dowllug hs4 moved to a plac- he'
Imought at (iraham, a few inlie naway
Iln lIrarlford county.
,A comedy company Is giving a per-
formanrie every night this b ,.'k under
a big tent The bose man left Starke
after dark in an autoesobile to rcome
to Waldo, and getting lost drove
m0or"e afty miles and found himself
still In tA weeds, and stopped for the
rest of the alght. ramping in his ma-
latter by mail Is the latest A
ptnad block of mne fresh butter mad.t
by ma ide dairy at Lwter was re-
etvted by the writer this week.

veltt as a "dictator" and a "dpeOt,
and declared that he had assumed
authority tn governing the canal some
to which he had no right.
Representative Olmstead of Pemial.
vania replied, defending the former
A vigorous defense of the car ,
policy of the administration was made
by Representative Adamon, Oeorgl
who la a member of the comamttte
He refer to thq preeeat oMoeupaM
of the White House as "as blood a
man, as able a man, as fair a sM
as his party ever elevated to that
oalee." ,
Then, discussing the advantages to
Ip gained by the canal and abusee hl
fellow Democrats had heaped upMo the
Republicans for dumping moaey kito
the oanal, he said he knew et "a
thousand things the RepubliaosM had .
done here a heap meaner than stiok.
tag to the anal."
Toucbhin President Rooeoveit's
course and the criticlasms that had
been made of It pubeeqeat to the
purchase of the 4eIao moae, he mli
those criticlams had been avnjel etUl
"He had to keep the canal," euulaWmN
ed the GeorsIta. "My Ood, what
would he have de with it'"
Representative Iardwick of 0oe *m
gla was among th ee who attacked
the section ibollhlog the canal com. ,
mialon. i
(loornl debate on the measure was
concluded twfore gidjouutament ahd the
reading of It hogan. It is the peur
plre ( of Mr. Mann to eall up the bill
asali onm W>ednnday. January 6, next,
fellIwlti the' hilhol y rere.r "*

m .4e--4
Jim Sanderse ent Up Frem Newberry
by Justloe Carter for tealnllg.
Ilputy sberiff Wyuuo of Newberry
arrived In the eity Thursday for the
purpoms of bringing Jim (anders, a
negro who was charged with larceny
mand s(,lt up by Justic, Carter of that
The negro, It is crilnail. entteed
the .ters or f another ieigrfo by the
nun lllof 'Wllilenim Andersin and look
I'is rish to the extrnt of some $11
or more II will now I required
to serve tbe uet siumnsbr of a lbths
at the caros| for this W f IuWe,

Theb h e place to bue youwr geMe
to at th. store whirh IavtIe fee t
n.mo thrmawh a4.d is Tohe ON,

1 1

Chase. C. Johnson's Body

Found in Gulf Hammock

14R0N I Par If iSThe disappear.
soft of (obarlqe C Joba Iwotrfromhkm
home In Gulf llawsaewk several
omieths ate. sand which Me bwee
srobnded to eapa'., Is*l-# boeo

bwhih idh%4te.. al" wihbsebss.
Mad peesiltily id-cotledbir The shik.b
Ing bp 'onto-, having befm head iM
tme V"s er,~ thm ).W04k by hsaber
BAN* e uJobsesa ft em.a
NWNU38017eawievry eert thr sh
____ t4 the St90e baa be"made go
$moo*him. akhsego at the too" hig
buty su" SodW W plw.A I the
maheftbeigow "e NOWr
OI7 L 4 d5ift g
Owa w terSwr am he 6

fee woise" OW s o O W

be materd a hommetead Is Ike sesalb'
eta P" itf (lull emomin,
There has bmes comoldesable trow

hnowMstad. a ita ItI.s ile6he bad
11furwAhedevd Vrace fagelessome id
tee p~'sore to lb. redwarsi epirt"1e,
".4 weto appearas a ,WKS&" he
fare the tooedi tem WaI"the"iei
state. rs Pam PY I at (al"s.sul
Uinuwa"* after tw body wee
toed DJaw" of the leace I'C
04eimes Lobeomeelimeeasool
coroiw smwr. sad aftar viWWWG taes
boo *&siteoa vdr41 that be d
sot 14w daubby Poo" awon&
bpoy. mrioWaIe. e. 4
fo th ug__ mkM kMMdd"

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.aspe meeting of the. b"sutoe
Gaer10ile on Thuriday imorn

i cia l w,, ity
!Rei sfleen ma e ra d .to ,a
H|J t was tpothtes to have

rfnt ed et.
OUs tht ck tois proposed to

~~c t ,harpma of attrapotd a

ouislg of S. J. aurtCho
S, Johns who is too admo
lsl tines men and what funs

oe urca wteed tho e entept tat.
Should some here and
.at moachnase for, ad g arsat
Ogd would mak" 4A)? lgbhtas
of the city, prefer.
ge r owing to ItA
peaose t ommlB d thote oat thatey

Bre Hin o uanueon with thie s attre .

ShIlit of car6toival shows, the
Attrter, MaLor The wee who
Ia tsasd tMhrman, appointed al
l obrISn ngrly o vr J. Bur this
l Jo t oheio toy ol wol among
Oisln eas men sivd se what uvhis
be uheremaranled that perform.
ith uvips the enclosed gro ndi the
would realize something
twe gate receipts, tally a thrd
i. h one asked for, and t waou
senae of the i committee that they
rtt have novoton with e ottrao-
a list of carnival shows, the
Joao Company, or some other
Attraction for the week to help
inl the actual expense Incurred.
s stated thae the air shipo alone
i bring nearly everyone in this
Sto the city, andw would alo
PJdrtiped extensively all over this
to Induce people .to come here
we the mrerkableee eats perform.
dlty aP the machine,, for bio
beatl a great attraction it would
r tinaeetn of a hesool to the
that have never ad the oppor-
ty of wita inalog ouch trips oin mia-
bommitt nt selected for this pur.
will call upon the business Inter-
and make their report at
Or meeting, which will be held

the mlly'two-thirds of the business
t were reese noted at ths meet.
and it wea the general opinion
j bine at test of The that they
d have all the trade that could
wbe handled clati after Chrtad a sa.
a he middlthe off Jauar wa p deI ded
ae s to In ore theof theiraction pro.
V" their secesiary thaty theo defray
t ember ith woguaranted b by the

Sto edlitgo He exhibited paperta s to
L nMg whereNt werk Walter D. Hial
. eared teI n more the meetinger
he look teret of The Choi tago Exam n
t, which he claimed had a guarap b h
Circulation of 6,000.000 copies on
ist Lne. for the purpose of newspaper
astl a one of their edition.
S in a moat Oeplly that the edition
1~)eomber with would b a general
'Aethrrw edition. He exhibited papers
ItwIna where other citale bad ad

f W.. Dnham a nd W. ual property

wer look Into and report to te wext

itIeetd ad bY h werei trn up by hltte
UoR a 6oTt eplorable shap. TheD


3OIUM O to ?i guarateed to

~~~m "o m. staeLW.
OW joed~bctehwIs Th place to
107w mour d sma m& *we"&

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Mabel Palge and Company Here Next
o Week. I
Miss Mabel Palge (The Idol of the
South) and her most excellent com,.
pany will be here at the DBaird Thea.
tre for three nights, ooammencinlg
Thursday, Dec. 23rd, and a special
maUtinee on Christmas, presenting a
series of high-clau royalty plays.
They open Thursday nlht, Dec. 23,
In Adalaide Thugston's great comedy.
drams, "Sweet Clover," by Marion
Short and Pauline Phelps, authors of
"Cosy Corners," and David Warfleld's
great success, "A Grand Army Man,"
etc. Miss Paige will be seen to great
advantage In the character of Lois
Holcomte, the same part that Miss
Tbuiston played. The plays for the
balance of this stay will be An.
nounced later.

G. W. Hyde Co. Secure Exhibition of
Greatest Sample eof Rugs.
Gaineaville and her citlsest are to
be congratulated, and the Hyde Co.
deserve the thanks and plaudits from
everyone for introducing the reprem
tentative of the frm of Arnold Con-
stable Co. of New York, the most
prominent firm in the rug and carpet
industry In the world today, to ex-
hibit their magnificent collection of
fine rugu at the 0. W. Hyde Co's. store
on Tuesday. December list, all day.
but for one day only.
What a collection for Gainesville
and the people of Central Florida to
see. It embraces sixteen trunk: of
the most elegant rug samples that
are exhibited In the United States to-
day, and everyone will be there that
is interested in rugs, and this em-
braces everything that Is made In
the rug world. Certainly Ganeseville
is fast becoming metropolitan when
suck events occur. You will be happy
when you have seen this grand line
and in what it is to be able to buy
direct from the mnuiauacturer% at their
low pries.
The Correst Time
To stop a cough or cold is just as
soon as It starts-then there will be
no danger of pneumonia or consump
tion. Just a few doses of Ballard's
lIorehound Syrup takes at the start
will stop the cough. It It has be"e
runntng on fr sometime the treat-
ment % ill be longer, but the cure I*
sure. Sold by W. M Johnom..
The Sun office for calling cards.

Opp t *

otqey e^ttered From 'thi
I1 gows 10.eom so the e _..bt.
man Home. '

Jim o, ,- .
Other boM ld the city Is eveIeoln d
i't a dr rhome t Opue.O
L1.yma t .sred cm Thuwtay *.
tw Iar asspietdly about 8:1#, m
pat ohf tW 'takes f me a
Ieft as tohqyer.
rar. *L I w o w ittg u in ber
rooa, whem uwYeard a oois In the
back part of e house whi h attract
ed har attq4ese ad opeon lasmiep.
tIm she a fom that her room had
been entered 'ad her puree opened,
wi th P ut or the camh iasesan.
SWhie h* was abrest Is the beok
part of the ouen the heard the frot
door open, but alaply thought It some
of the hMldre ret ing freom school
a4d paid no f.rter attention until
she returned to hes room to fn dit
pet serIn ederal. with money laylng
e the loer from her dresser to the
t and the dressa drawers pulled

She at once gave the alarm, but
as this was several minutes after-
award the te b made good his escape,
obtaining O*- part of the contents
of the eash In the purse, which was
Sdue to his rapid exit after having die-
covered the money which was lying
upon the dresser.
"Mr. Lwosra. w, ')e employed as a
elerk In the U. 8 land office, knew
nothing of the affair until he return-
Sed from his labors In the eveduning
and found the neighborhood of Eat
Magnolia street in a much conthued
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By Her Loving Cousin.

Jesus called our little Ruble.
To that city far away,
Where no sorrow casts Its shadow
On that bright eternal day.
Still we linger here In sadness,
In this world of sin and pain;
There will be no perfect gladness,
Darling, till we meet again.
Till we meet beyond the river,
Where your little feet have trod;
There to sing sweet praise forever
To our glorious, all-wise God.
Just a little gift from Heaven,
Lovingly the Lord did smile;
For such a gift In love Is given,
Just to stay a little while.
Such a precious little sunbeam,
Shining In our heart so bright.
Made the gilding days all seeming
Only moments of delight.
0, may we bear our loa tin meekness,
Though our hearts are filled with
1lp us. Lord, for t our weakness,
Thou art still ur great relief.
To our hearts there come. sweet
Whispering to us ever-more,
That our little Ruble now rejoices
On the happy golden shore.

Her Heart Was Broken
Because her complexion was bad
and she could ind nothing to clear
It i p. Ladles-a bad complexioa Is
Caused by an Inactive liver. An naset-
ve liver will be put Ia perfect condi-
tion by taking Ballard's Herbine. The
unequalled liver regulator. Sold by
V. M. Johbtotf.

Bids for Ave overseer to work the
public highways in this county will
be receive d by the Comausaaoners at
their meeting the fret Tueeday to
January. 1910. Those asly who have
had ezperiea.-e In workaig roads need
apply. Board resereea the right to
reject all bids. J. 0. DAMPIER.
Chairman Bd. Co. Con.
Attest: S. H. W gNOGE.
Clerk and Aditor.,

kAyeyaHak hc-bempou i a ,i of even 0. tiaa. I

Does not, Ccow-r LU-e IaV.



V -.

MT of home-life ua
"B H light of the en.
te light contribute
S dtqing and sewing easy.
aye after reading or ew.
Its 8e Lanip.
o a steady white light
) artificial light Mad

lMo but you caun

always am
0 ~u~A of tke



hve bilk s~S tompr

IN kmflst Pict1906

,Dr.Be. -s. oWdo


Practice Co Ad1Is WhM 186u


Heavy Hauling


We Make a Specialty of All
Claseb of Dray Work..
DVa*-a o gam. TY&- IN- I

Fams ad

an 310 DAVIS
"OlSMd sadWIAIFOevWar."loe

ic Hotel

.. uiropean Plan.
(Permerly the Acme)
aMokive - Florida.
'lapee lemOe, Prep. Geo. Morford, Mgr.
10 Roema, Refitted and Refurnished.
Rates, 60s, 7?c and $1.00 per Day,
Take Cars at Union Depot to Julia


QIve tu your order now so you will
not be disappointed. You will be
pteaeed with your cake If you get it
from eU. We also make fresh Bread.
Cakes and Ple^, which we will deliver
to you homed, daily If you will 'phone
No. 16.
R. T. Schafer, Prop.
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F s, 'DwelligsS, Lots

--ft Sale-

AI Ptrt d sf Title Made
To aDlA & in Alachna County
n dmboi notice

Fnire lsrance
-Writtis n able COompini-"


Jaelsanvl l Pterida.

Rates, $1.0C per' day sl up. ati e
kehter and Cafe I enemeeten


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.. John A. Preston
IReC tative of the Rug Department of ARNOLD CONSTABLE & CO.,
NW YORK, w have on Exhibition their entire line of Sample on.

Tue sday, Dec.. 21st

, W. Hyde Comp
y MP

IIw.I .

Store s

When the citizens of Gainesville and surrounding country may inspect and se-
lect ai thing they may desire at a small advance over the Mill Prices. Messrs.
Arnold Opnstable & Co. are controllers and distributors for seven of the largest
Carpet and Rug manufacturers in the world. . .
Their Lines Embrace in Part
Wilton's and Body Brussels Rugs; Negamo and Cairo Rugs; Axminster Rugs in
all grades; Velvet and Tapesty Rugs in all grades, and the only line of Seam*
less Wilton Rugs that is manufactured in the various sizes. In novelties they
will show Burmas and Kysmocks Rugs, English Mohair Rugs, Bath and Porch
Rugs. High and medium grades of attractive Smyrna Rugs, also Super Extra
Art Squares .0
It is proper to state that all Rugs and Carpets advance 10 to 15 per cent Janu-
ary 1st, and this is why we hurry Mr. Preston to exhibit their magnificent sam-
ple lines at-once, so all can participate and save this advance in their selec-
tions6, 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 S
Wish to state that they are willing to make a small commission 'to have this
great line sold in their great store in Gainesville. It is the only instance where
this celebrated and widely known firm has permitted their samples to be
shown ti this way, and it is an opportunity that all who are interested in the
purchase of Rugs, Carpets, etc., should take advantage of this grand exhibi-
tion From all parts of the World. Samples will be ready at 9 a. m.
Tuesday Morning, December 21st
Mr. Preston can only remain in Gainesville one day, and its important that you
come early in the morning to secure appointments and his best attention. Come
and bring your friends with you. Keep the date well in mind, TUESDAY,
DECEMBER 81st, at the BIG STORE of THE . . .

2- MOM soh s r .1 denbm T m mM **e"A4
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W .n Meader II. s .de~yee "!y a r ": F .
e ". A. n a, & LM.

i .llism w ", 101. "T- 'LgI
^^ !S^ L {,lO r*; ijM

heelS 1 o4vks Ael wuafs e BOL
*.c it y,, rted **, i.frfW t h p .. o tuius. vguo.f L
q-- "" t'1lh Pna$*iWqriryANi:t wo 0 Oi W 7.7

at e, ay^ d.1 e ommtta ae botap t ettaert*, toe T. Kll tM hgs as soon a thery
ersIde ti. ttuhey ald of to ep opn eadt4m tetee.d mak, u.. -.s.

rl or. u h d upon b abor tocknd that the will incl.a

M0lto changVs i vinen s~ st ai volunteer estoraatU n poultry *y whos rqO tihSt on tr eid- ______ ___
S.isag P t hiree makoesaleer. l Hs tetlony d ll emh ~t ~,ere. o
wei. es, seeA pml. ea o. for% the spella o go4 n TD ,5

e ossa, ephitPei.l, loiy d ot o atd6 .e rw h. that e ho se lssn as A an

oHs CHRoSTMASta O ORlq. tomary and well-known phrW.h a a as mI nd coy aatst can be oad. r Oer I unreJan 3en oW Mo Days. sof s Purses
suy half do pot rMaember." "My memory Is wth aelal @oa to the kitchb wa. W eakthat yo attend. nG De or yorsl S to
Son a te ge C i^ti4 ento incrimiate or demde me .et isO baos o betmin' morality of r acing, and al. o to ose that the best people of
ro. Handl's "NMlo ahp -m i ren u to 1o adetr on adto e oua b0 stady ebaarml GI te h lren l re dy. t noted ke o b
Sbut the'oomruo, like the theme, ,u e e t upon ty t otebleoo tt eot, a am the will d that racing brings thou-ide.

to ever die. ater liketmets et and,. voluntc wa d attde ad m nd of people nd mllinpoltry of dollars to the State.tee d ,,
nd It irown the pper wh oward the oamlbe the gener ad 11.Ben our adveriw er .or ____

.yo.t ,-ear. puboic. He expressed ao wlUge.. to ,ataioce,' of machinery, stoc, eta., *e
Irsth people, adry ahe a never the pubui. He atd It wa their policy ad a definite plan of work or nex t T. V. Caht en, attend. nd judg e for yourself as to theMgr.;
myteown etn Jhe lpin the poorest to redue ra st t o dte dew mep 10. id ye r.. l b (N. C.) Prores or ty Of rcins g, c.-T l.; to spee th at the best people of
at to' mulse, lie th tme, **." sot bookS a" piemrs some mmt o t thh ch

en wri the oratorio, which the neoent. He a h e a of people d millions of dolls to the tate.
tor Ifs thmeo the adeat o the towed to the policy ott and the e Reol 11. d to our mln are be for T....
It eed el a Hlare eurplu a w s to sme;dered to Inter, atonal Sa t
|wes. St raivorl Dbws hi foru thae dt any dvurpls or mehod eed of opera- s hi they he to Y.
i ohe iay "1 did th.nk I aw all eao a and tprovements the sd of ouI, a CASH CAPITAL $OF IRECTO
wrm epoe e h reatt for service. he pne the telephone oervte 10to and deide apon a de ite station
h pope, he randeur ofthe pan e said was their po trluThe reader p of thwork fopaper will T. V. Che Pres.; .H.D. Brown, ViPres., Ge.

M all elujah che orua touoh, we the it lavestment. Hoperatiod rethe wIt ted bTee aysf opHigh-Class
tonts thof wele h adveryt hear. po"em to bte of the rof eated ponible one dreaded dit eae that s soenroe ha
It well nown the audience we bne rpl or to e publcll.re samer t dred to uet a Intwdstoale ad a t. J. tADKIW*
Sfaly r" diden thiak ho pawu the recent purhad pov a minorit f theat catar. H. es in the te d tat
b This custom dates ba"ck to the sock interest In the We ten Union. il the onpily.ly pove cure now known 0lbh Continents
to ,,. el...o..,dtionTto L .CodCo.
11. T e subime eorniede of N d heard he that te said e prino sta ndhrl e m s toe mecals fatenit. Catar t will
be ilsmelajeh eyorfs tos uhes the itm l isnrumgnth, operation and service, pieed to len that there at l'asy tS O ,sctts
pedin of welleadh everm stre. so u to o oad trhe tareaest Inosftable oCa drded dise tha it s o lulee as".
Sthe au well Iown theo audolen in bene got to the publq. In rrin A directly upon te blood and u-" DA c. ,
iably risM when this hor e n ch witaese w of d ha ority that is taer o the. Hyt's Ctah re by
reptheomofu d andwldpeasreat pher eas e,1and gi'It can be =e s kOW ANM L COMPANY
do poteresoaher et U nIs lKa eponly an to the eitchm wownwe

Ia Geore of alhor d had he itd that the more plple of ngto the medical rlto. Catase tat- the best people of
,He waa so *eo'ted by th* staldsstio should be applied in byng a bu nstitutrona1 dsase, requires andLO 'ltB'VLL PLA*
l.tie mtraIst of itb muNelIh at t een te public teln raph orvoe, ox a sti ot natural I tbseaiL Hdln e l I n, the spor rig b s tu-
ury feet and re.as d t would tdL t produce sntot f e a Te oarrh C~ael its tapeo nh faith- ,es
the adie of eours as d reaonabl e rcostola the lanbi oul nl dree e pon tie bo of d nd mle
ItWW Mlnd repPt tle o1Witthet woald Mte ioroat ptt" o and the go" ,11. B'nd to our dertitsers or
st1pblc. oHf the Meexp rt tseea dhe pue an tlwe atolcat1l; ogusI of ntar maci nert, stokr, etc.
AwsAmgvtoDublieorhd.opt amld tees or methodue O ope ra. a d see hir theyhave to a th.
Of bb"Y, for Handel bad 6 nd rwhch woal uldad to iacreas the 13. )1t a Kr'tUe oe yoarti tm, BOARD Oer DIRECTORS:

.e noauM.a will probably pay result ia lasting. benets to both the O it s toure Snd fo t ns --- AGENCY-- DII
hat 000 fspe at snb heart corporation and bU tbhe ubtle testtmoals. pbo er e to nd de nondeeo ra
Si. .por -t tAs .e .m P. rpo. CHr, it T N CO.. JPons, e' sh Patterson, F.
STo be continued will sound natural FPIS AIR AS AN INVsTMENT. Gold by all drOhMs, 7 .
Sthe Iavetgiation of the e ratr Hall's Pauly Ptlsv for coat-e sd e
........."Fres..h air is a good investment. pat o. i ll i 1 llM ,
b eus he is war, advertstins is whetherlt to ein the home. lthe ol Ine,ance Coo
t log0raae aHrtllery.-Mahln's or the factory," eayr HI. Hi. Windeor.. to 1---PT intional sft. out *w e MAR
o- .- WA-b- 'Witho ult It the brighteut mind be-

Ir mltt of tBe standard Oli Co are clouds.and the momt eersetl row 1A|K OF EVE
MUlion dollars a year. A profit has lease cannot develop its utmost pow.
11r1u pretty fat to get away from eor without frb air, t. y more th* n -Sae. Sure lVe that ien-e h
H Stasda toAfflcted by the canddlecantlar should be appored InIbein S l pond sltutiyofr disease, b sloreefie 0wcFLA.

standard Oil Co. a candle can bumrn bribtUly or the reSould be its poliy of fire i urt which will
under a boiler yield its utmost heat Bet Thb4s-e Vrides, ia asy
With the approach of lkcember 34. whoa deprived "of the necessary Qua ty. Forot hrer i antee a much-needed protection to the family '
etrcal fraternity to evinclug con. amount of okygen. The ladian loes 6 res our part we will gus ru
ble laterest in the Ban iran. his vitality and the rrqutwau speed- or
Smint'asl. aure *sowl i olnAs fIly develops tyberculonijs when made MILO A. BER NETT to ee that our pl ,
November of M&Wi n It eagles and to livo as the civilized live. It does which are in the
M000 in halt Meae. unot follow that we should wear a few QOalneevllew, Florira.
ftbhers lamsteed of tailor-made gar. -e ad most lilra .
It e President I credited with beg mont, or eat blubber and drink .Peale .a e n I'l li
She promised to rvomend aati. whale oil -w- oh is largely a matter be to be had T
tlegtlation. Perhalm a study o f otate--but wO tau be sentble and 1 w
matter reveal* to hi te dli-. be as cositdcrate of ourselee in our
|Ry of framing ant law that will daFly rti.m of fve.h air as we at r oor,.o '. t',
i to te hebep frotnm the guats.& seletlnaI t othr kinds of ood. o. more n nIIp.e.
SAs a matter cf eLlothi there lit 11. I n.gL oo. O lepDo .
S" toI qute remarkable how many tie dIterece bet(wa breathing the "
S are a avr of ho4e rule wr impwre air from our own a d other ....s Pi1bha b*u
ee w *e tetlea times rtM" people's luws and bathing la the < o*w f"aek. U s -a*.----
ftoad. t Is almost as ualverally .ano tab of water that has served ta "la o ILa .
na OGret Britta as tarff re luAniestoon e M times Of the two Aa i1
Iso this country at latitar the dirty wat is the least ajutajerLP A I I
I, *M W <.S Vews this head w h w -


ford shb

negro of
thirty dV8

metin POO

f(or the o*ow.*


Tinmes-HeraN "'
e.son I in

mlnual ath
S 1 Johns Lodg" 'W
Spythia, in eaboa ,4,W
Severing and J, W. Da1
dected Chancellor m

ste of Putnam 40t04
Lst and highly reepsted
mocestly at h is ko
SHe suffered a&#'
wone two weeks ao0 aid
led from it.

au assured fact
will have a race traek0
A Webster people haMV
answer that the electrtlo
operate the cars to
races. So Penaaeola
ip with Tampa and Jaek-
Gat score.

meeting of the seNa*W
illssioners the Pens-.
t and ConastrMia
granted permission to
electric line along .the
ery road, to coneeti
at lig Bayou. Tbe
will start very soon. *'.

that Crystal River oan
excellent schools for a#
It has a $4.50,0 school
well furnlsled apart-
children are furnlashed
books, and everything
school is supplied by the
1Board and the local

babies have, but is of
iBe if they have worais.
bab isb not troubled
hrc yIEmptomn_-alwuy
S,1'ear the eyes, BOt
t and yellow compl*2.
sfts of WhiLe's Creaa
B eil a!l worms. It
are nd reliable. Price
|tt1. Sold by W. M.


ft clu




VrVn LuWttlohaOrew Will
S.iiUrriod In February.
Slipping is taken from
r Arms. published at Jack-
i4nd will prove of much inter-
..eople of this county:
004 Baro"eu Von Lutchau, '
Met1", Florida, Announc the
0k ,t and approaching mar.
of their daughter. Mrs. Pauline';
t H "aa59Drew; to Mr. John S.
imsb Of this city and Portland.1

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Sorgia's State Chemist

"Nature's Gift from the Sunny

JrH. McCandleU, State Chemist of Georia before a rer trir of C*
ai. before a recent gathering of t.ee

S1Drew is an attractive repre- Seed men, gave emphatic praise to the high quality of: Ctel"m. He said:
at e .two prominent families.
a "meier w"a M is Susie "The sale of thk product and theodmaln that it h made of cton eed oil ham done more to
t Ster fGenral~ )a bring cotton seed o truthfuly mand avreIy before the p~bic tan anything eq ecent hMistory."
JS^r^sof South Carolina. and 11J
S4tZtkhaau is from Drean., Mr. McCandless then pointed out that a pure, refined, vegetableoil product such

"bwedt'w be oliani s t as Cttolen, is the only assurance a woman has of a clean, digestible, cooking fat.
i rosea' ro.l thean It seems a pdsitivewonder in the light of 11 that has lately been said and written, add

1rseoton. on the twenty-eeon or what is -known of lard, where it comes from, of what'it may be
l ?ehav ahih noon. made, that anyone will continue its use, when pre, sweet and
SD sw will von healthful Cottilew 'can be so easily obtained. .

dl. who will be maid of honor. ,
r. l Owill have Mr. red B. 'ENE Gu t d -" .
$dbW of Jackonville as best man.0 CCTTOLENE I Gmrtmd sfd tee sq m an
Te '.bride will be given away by not ised, hav ilif Con e a faIr |Mi. ,,
*Whtber, Baron Von Luttichau. Mrs.
;1B IhM a large circle of friends a&M ko h Bulk fresh sad t Is
f:o; w lie who will be interest- cai lg dmd mo odr l ,s, wb A oil, e.
*. to learn the pleasant news that *
.~io be aganl ths ity. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY .
1JZevirde. where an attractive'
,ellitee will be awaiting her.
b wedding trip will be taken till
laer In th. year, when they will visit
Mr. |ll86s" relatives at Portland, Me.
"Mr Collins is a resident of several
years' standing. He is with the Jack- Name to Fit the Trade. A W LWI JOHN lOUX.
sorwilie Slootric Company and is Old news l ers lE ua gmany In. MILL MACIERS "
4lgly thought of by that corpora. stances of wen's names. Otting their AI U 1t D ilY
tim." calling%. Thum we have Lasth. a m. In n lily

Don't Be Hopeless
About yourself when you're crip-
pl*'with rheumatism or stiff joints-
oft otr0e you've tried lots of things
.ad they failed. Try Ballard's Snow
Iitaoeat-lt will drive away all
t, palns and stiffness and leave
Sa well as you ever were. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Tuning a Bell.
No matter how great may be Ithe
are taken In making the mold. a bell
ha1 to be tu4dl wf 'ore it will rlug na
dear. true note. AN a matter of fact.
eVery bell ,muilidN five notes, anl of
which bmut >ldid l together barmo-
alousal. Itf toe 1 will l' M|illed. The first of
theep notes I prxlucevl by the vibrn-
tloWe at the mouth of the bell. the we,.
und by the virbtions n II title higher
ilP the third till higher up. and so
eo to the Ofth. which In produced
quaie near the top. As the character
of the sound- which rIngs depends
upon the thicknesim of the metal. It hi
poielble. by taking thin shavirlnp from
Iatlhe. place in the inMide of the
bHll. to alter the d&e noteN until ebcy
ire all la barmony.


OBd ftema' Cau&qs Unelghtly Cornm
pJs4. W. Meaium & Os.
Have a Remedy.
Bad stomachs mean bad blood; bad
blood means sallow, unnattractive
Why? The stomach in a healthy
ceuedgin separates the nutrition
,laeir from the food and gives It
to the.biood to supply the entire body

IU the stomach l not nla a healthy
eemiltam it does not separate from
the tod the astritkios matter and It
pasMs 4 with the waste.
T1us the blood is impoverished and
MaW bat au s mdt nourishment to sup-
ply OA *sdlea, sk:n and body gener
Any. .
If sou have belching of Ca. dis.
tree after *aUog, ausea. billoUlme"m.
Dcrivrnem or foul breath, then ymur
sunmm& to wrog and you want the
best piescripUon for stomach troubles
fte rM P o ever known
T-s watl Mena tablets. the gret
atosmeth retedy which J. W. McCol-
m & COo. grsatneq to csre ldie.m.
t1iB. so matter of bow Inga t shading.
te mo"ey back.

lw RSellve stomach distress at one*
we I. U61hIs OMidby cadl" gdrugai.tupt
seffymbsee aed is Oeia-,villo toy J
~W. gODmU & CO.forSAw iA t~sa
WO Ma bg Test samples tree from
ML s3ee.Buflalo. IN.


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ON 449

maker of EKter, and Treadway.- who
plied the sMme trade in Hamtner
smith. There 'was a Bristol school.
master nanied Rod. Dlodge and
Wynne. attorneys at law of vJrerpool.
must bhve btwen the butts of their
fellow ownsasea. wblie few could
bare a more appropriate name than
the Primitive Methodist preacher lv-
eor Jordan.-LAndou hbroolele. -
No Esoape Via Taemperamient
"Mabel In getting past the marrlae
able age. Ista't sbe?"
"Ye. and IIt's too bad she bea't
any tilelts."
"Sbe won't etw ablet to tell ber frieod
that teineraiti'ni prompts her to gtv
up matrimony rnd devote berwit to
W"-8t. louis Mtar.

Hieku' CAPUDINE Corie O ek Heak

Also Nervous Headache. Trsaeelen
Headache and aches Wom Ortip. tos-
ach Troubles or Female trouble.
T'ry (apudlin-- It's loquld-efects i>
memaZtiy. SB by d1ag"m

Have your stationery neatly printed
at The Sun offle. We carry a well
aetoetd stock of the best paper
wthch are priated at reasonable rates

JONES B S.t a tolayds



Y. a ean make no GAmistakeIf you m'
sOme article ad huuue4urishlng fr-o
this PSOMor oynr Holiday (lift. Theui
an- hunde'ls o& Z Zt wo 001 "hat'mIn
p ovwi "Woolaruqe"'ols'anwell as a 1,10.
praat,, gifts, wand .1Ib -hating ima eill
as u4 -11to tbAwe a'r"imgew sr.

Reusp hiktOp" op to .. 331
taatbmCsuisS... .811 andop
Fauq balm nUs.05155to 35

Fm" bupS ...... .51.751355

fte Gaes .. .. .. .. Is ad o
wee he walkMIus.-
C"91 iA b-Mhm I,$ W"

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Proprietor States Tha Siame Will oe
In Operation First of the
Coming Year.

The order fur all the machilnr-
for the large sawmill plant to b,
erected in the city at an early date I
by J. H. Allison, formerly of Miu
Uopy, has been placed.
Mr. Allison, who b a recently mov
ed to the city with his fat aly, states
that he will have the mill In oper,
Uon 4by the fArt of the year, and It
will have a capacity of about 10.000
feet per day. but the output will be
principally for export.
Blace bhis arrival In the eity he has
purchased lots and will soon eon-
mence the erection of a basidsomee
The large capacity of tbis mill will
give employment to a" extra large
number of labterers.
The greater part of the timber emed
at this mill will be esipped here over
the various Ioaa of railroads eatoerfi
W. city,. ad he will have camps to-
ated on the llees where the timber
I secured, much In theU a maser
as it Is ow operated by the hard.
weOd ompeary.

A PF.ae.4 Q eUea.
A render of llw N'w fr write te thaw it g Pi'r I1suai whether It
i ppr fier a4a 1m uSMs Io *seed
Candy t a difK sM0um e be ha me bat
moe. What a qwutluc: Why. mwst
yeouor aenI lev;N badilo a girl taffy
as eoi as tb r iar litrdured to hr. -
Wiasngtm P lls4.

MUf. 'rlbieh w--Trle ,W itr I aere
*ali lswh bbd ta.k,- ltourae In dose
tic sMlewie. Mr,. I rafr wd-ie sdh'dlf
11 frS nrtlr V i)' -11-4f I ItraN )I r rV | to ?
Mrl (*rat, ',.v, 40. l 1) In uw way,. al,
woaled $." j '*. n$oh I Iore l.ptp, ol *'
Tre C rr!t
", e.i *,'a. n>1 t ,(d I qeuTrrei 1s
"t B db.'* I **n e 'f a dwl-'
"CA OR. 1 A ... ...ad bt
re* l. I f : rl r *i *t |' s


sIoin"Yub nittaW

VwwofZ S S


r..= sitgin9


Neo to Magneola Hotel.

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All Kinds of aIectrie Work P-emptly
and Properly oene.

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Meter work a speelalty.
Me ef. *eleotrial epptlNa


The Big Fluibrs 0*8



Which r,,op't people two

four WilautildI* edatinty, ar.
tipte,v th.e phtme at the
des.igner'r. skl. Ruchafur-
niture' 14 to 1* ue.',a at III*
(29416ieev Flh.,flatuiur4, Cos..
make your b.,iflf, N.uyur wife,

happy fin its ownonfhlp sa
domake youmlfg-l5w. Of

fed to Ied~ro~m hrnituro
-We Ct Out' Iodining.
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ous activity I a pp rpve preent, spldid-wib varied oppor-

tuniti of n eore, t is tA t rapidly gwig ity
in S&ada Fl"ord l Estate values here are codstatly on
Supward march and a few dollar invited in Gaineville's
Bauty Spot--

Univrsity Pace

Will surely bring you rich returns. The success of this Sub-
Division is assured as many of the purchasers intend to begin
construction of hand4sme homes after' the holidays. A few
months hence numbers of costly and artistic homes will be dotted
around this attractive and most desirable addition to Gainesville
and you will wonder why you did not invest

$10.00 Cash, $10.00 Per Month

In one or more lots. Too late then, why not take advantage of
the wonderful bargains we offer and make money. If it's a
home you want we will help you with a substantial loan. In-
vestigate I


The laying of Cement Sidewalks and paving of West
and West Masonic Streets will begin immediately and
will advance. DO IT NOW!



Telephone 3


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66 115 East.M St

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were II W.
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iWrd of MAlal
of New* ee
better laud Wi
ed. inl
be was
away by that
as tuberelrol.
if. be had be11 81
He had Ju
i home and
lveaen an
nad vegetable tra
had seaoa of m
this life than Jl.
consisted of -a d &W
children, t I
Iepchldreln wr '
0 each in such love d
timent that truly .
a (imlly over .
the olive lear' Pe
thus it was not
Desire to live. iat
t could have been -I
Seducate his childreB. But
wm not afraid but ka
I be ways and Influheon
kelp them and guide thoem
and useful lives. Mar
a man of excellent at
Mill qualities. He WUA i
his fellow citisoea. H
i and loved for his sterl.
I. in his last moment he
bkd no terror for him.
if an Impulsive natunla
In nothing but kindaneo
l to men, and one of hti
nres was in the thought
Ris all things.
s over;
h his narrow bed;
him no more;
id, the father, is dead.
Sremembered that four or
lp Garrett V. Chamberlin
Id near his home, which
Lamb's. Mr. Lamb was
Plplcllty In the lillig of
Mia. lie was tried before
Ia exonerated. But be-
h be desired to make a
let, which Ia here at
Iev v These Presents:
LIC Lamih, hing in sound
Sin body, and beletyin
Son my death bed. mike
* natement regarding my
Sthe death of Garrett V.




eIe Rader Khes
Two well.

*jtoll yOU all about it
10* in nature's calendar.
r lt or too frequent .action;
ftdary trouble tolls of kidney

S 'e Kidney Pills cure all kidne)

In this vicinity testify tc

he*rt, Thompson street.,
06. Bay&: "1 am very glad
enWd Doan's Kidney Pills
of great benefit to me.
of the kidney saertions
', lar~ ad4 when the sere-
allowed to stand they deo-
i sedalmet My back ached
ll ad was very lame and sore.
it hard for mae'to stoop or
a Tld not rest well and morn.
A arising I was tired and
s sa.t. I at length heard of
'ZPk peilew aed deciding to
tha trial. I prosoed a box.
4 *mtedy efttd a complete cure.
lekahes and th lameness dis-
#OW* and my kidneys became
1r alne by all dealers. Price 60

sole agets for the United States.
R. member the name-Doan's--and
so other.

aatkaumItn, who was murdered near
plhao1* about four years ago. Will
my that I know absolutely nothing
"t who killed the said Garrett V.
Oa lin, and I now say-in the
*sce of witnesses and before my
Qd, ~bhom I soon expect to meet, that
. am perfectly Innocent of said crime.
Signed and sealed in the presence
of 0. I. Feaster, J. D. Merry.
'A. G. LAMB.
.1, J. W. Smith, a justice of the peace
la and for the county of Alachua and
Ilate of Florida, do hereby certify that
Mr. A. (. Lamb signed the foregoing
m*itenMt In my presence and stated
that he knew absolutely nothing about
wko killed Mr. Chamberlin.
. Witness my hand and seal this 8th
day of December. A. D. 1909. A true
opy._ J. W. SMITH.
Jastice of the Peace Tenth Diet.

Cindy's Logis.
Cindy was an old black southern
aMU7em Y," with all the lovable trats
and tueonsistencles of her kind. For
iMny years sbe was took In the War-
A ftmlly and gave faithful and sat.
bI etory service.
One summer the entire family were
away for two months. and Mr. War-
mrn gave Cindy a real vacation by
paying her full wages for that time
and giving her the keys to the well
ateeked storeroom.
A few days after the return of the
fatly Cindy. came bristling into Mrs.
Wpm 's sitting room.
1 waste mo' wages." she announced.
*'Wy. Cindy." exclaimed the sur
- id mistress. "you are getting twi.
tor pay thea say cook I know of lu a
tally the alas of ours. You have a
l, comfortable rnoo and good reat
WLt Tiak bow kind it was otf )Mr
Warrem to gite you s a long Vl at'lo
ith your fuU wasge..
last'ss It." grumbled Cindy "'itr.
WarreO paid me dat money fur dotd'
athin'. Anu now Ill you folks In come
hak fur me to cook for an' wait on.
An" I git more money or I lesves."-
LlP emsra. .

Wat adveutag ts sa for whki
e mm hara"sm, ad with wh ea y
- drwivewr pma d prPOe M
am owy Edrbd demmmm
sAIM a temaat tor that vaMa
Wme through a elasaled ad. las

Afruel. Richardson


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Comem sliewalks
All Kinds of
Caieft Work
Cement Floeos
and Dr*vos
TNIP8 Layig ern
T111 Waftk
OlMsri Walks a

w" "eNo"'no

County omiemm to 4 b olMWd onR
TuesiO y. Jemorry 4t 3m H6b will
be lrelved for the iat of ceTmlcts
for slanig )ear. All bids. teald be
sealed aml addrme4 to L, H. Wlonges,
County Clerk, and mat bb Ia hand
by January.. Mrd 11 Any 4sired
InfonnmaUo can'be obtained from him.
The right to f*eoct any .or all ds is
reserved. J. 0. DAMPInR,
Chairman Bd. Co. Oomr.
Attest: 8. H. WIENGOS, Ctrk.

U It's pritted tates o Wym at
o ms ooe o ft to gm 1t

Notice sla hereby give that under
and by virtue of a Anal domer of
foreclosure of porteags Iede and
rendered by the Hoe. J. T. 'Wills,
Judge of the Circuit t, h Ju-
dicial Circuit of Florida, ina d for
Alachus county, on the 7th day of Oc-
tober, 1909, In a certain eano therein
pending on the chancery side o a said
court, wherein W. It. Thomas I com-
plainant and L W. ae au s sheriff
of Alachua county. Florida, I ex-
offlcio administrator of the eote of
James B. Whaley, dsoeasod- and
William Joiner and Thomas aR. aley
et al. are defendants, and wherein
and whereby the underegehd was ap-
pointed Special Master to earry out
said decree, I will, on Monday, the
3rd day of January. 1910 sell to the
highest and best bidder for eash, be-
tore the court house door In the City
of ainesvtille, Florida, between the
legal hours of sale. all the right, title,
Interest and claim of the sald L W.
Fennell as sheriff of Alachua county.
Florida, and ex-oflclo adminlatrator of
thi estate of JameL Whaleoy, de-
oeased, and William Joiner and Thom-
as R. Whaley, in and tq the following
described land situated fa Alechua
county, Florida, towit:
The Northwest corner of the North-
east quarter of Section twenty-six
(26), and the Northwest quarter of
Section twenty-six (26) la Township
nine (9), Range nineteen (19).
Together with all and singular the
tenements, hereditaments and appur-
tenances to the same belonging or int
anywise appertaining. Said sale to
satisfy said decree and costs. Ternim,
cash. C. MATHIB8ON,
Special Master In ChanMery.
Solicitor for Complainant.

Notice of Applloatlan for Tag Doed
Under Section I of Chapter 4898,
Laws of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that 0. W.
Blauknight, purchaser of Tax Coertifl-
cate No. 209, dated thea th day of
August, A. D. 1907. has filed said
certificate in my office, and ha made
application for tax deed to los Ino
accordance with law. Baid certllcate
embraces the following described
property situated I. Alaehua County,
Florida, towit:
W% of NE% and N~i% of SW%
and W% of S % of SW% See. 15,
Tp. 10, 8. R. 18--140 acres.
The said land being assessed at the
'date of the issuance of much certifi-
cate in the name of Unknowa.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed aotrding to law. tax deed
will issue therron on the 27th day of
December. A. D. 1909.
Witness my official signature and
seW this the 16th day of Novmiber.
A. D. 1909. 6. H. WIKVOES.
Clerk Circuit Court Alachua Coon.
ty, Florida.

Netee of Applatlon for Tax Deed
Under Setlon 8 of Chapter 41,
Laws of FMIda.
Notice s hereby given that C. W.
Bankalght. pitekaer of Tax Certl*
eate No. 318, dated the th day of
Augusa. A. IX 1 ha, a Sled mld
cer stlata ln my oloe. Oad has made
appUlasU for t x 6 ed to aisse tn
accordanee wiHh law. aid certlflat
embraoem the followsag deswrihed
propertyy situated la Alachea County,
Florida, towit:
Iot S. Blk 11, Archer.
The said laud belag Asessed at the
date of the Iuaace of such certUl
caws la the name of Unakown.
Unless said c rteUf shall be mr.

deemed according to law, taxs deed
will Issue thereon on the 27tb day of
December. A. D. S10t.
Witness my offttal s gistur. aad
seal this the lth day of Novemb ber,
A. D. 190l F. H. WIEN'';.-
Clerk Ciresit Coat Alarhuji Cmin.
. r. FlDrods,

Dr. A. Dolan

Mild Medlicinp
Horses and

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MululmW I';Ep

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Tuner and Rebuilder

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Undu4 e 4 tea S o Ottos 4
Laws aof TPx t .
Notice i heuahy ivon that C. W.
Bakalgh t. ptirer of Tax Cotl.
cate Neo. 34 au4 4 dated the 4th
day of Seplhr, A. D. 190, has
filed said ermtcates I my office, ad
has made applasoea tor tax deed to
lassue nla oordae wI(h law. Sam
certlleates,eabeoe the follow g de-
scribed property attuated nl Alaoha
county. Florida, towlt:
8% of 8% 8e0. 16, Tp. 11, l. .
17-160 4aore
NW% of NWu and 8% at QSW%
of NW$. 8w. 4. Tp 11; 8. L1-
The said lad beola assued at the
date of the assance of uhob mertli
Cates In thao am a of Ukmowv ual
Shade Ttmmome. Unless mal heart
cates Ihall be redeemed aoeerdag to
law, tax deed Will hise there ea
the 17th day of Demmabor D. 1i0.
Witaea my o alelalt aur ad
soal thi 1Uth dayf Noveber,
A. D. 106. 8. H. WINQODS,
Clerk Circalt Court Aleohba Coa.,
ty PFlorida.

Notice of Appileatlem is T n Deed
Under SuUeo eof Chapter 411,
Lowe of Plortid.
Noaie Ie heitby iveT that S.
Gauiade, psrebaer It C WUa Oio
No. 14, dated the th day f A
A. D. 1107, has M Wd 5m r
in my ofM,' ant be made wf
uon for tax doed to 1nm I aesor*
aooe with law. aitd esutSsto 'oem
bra the toUolt del Btrap
erty altua todI A omo enty, o.
% of NI ead N1% of SW8
and NWM of 81% ee. 18. Tv.
8. R. 14.
The said lad'.)olag Iassesd at the
date of the Isaance of snch eertrU
cate In the namo of Unlaoya.
Unless sald eoreteato haal ao re.
deemed according to law tax dood
will luaue thereononn the ith day o
December, A. D. 1909.
Witness my official siatmapr ad
seal this the 15th day o Novomber,
A. D. 1909. 8. H. WIRNGOB
Clerk Circuit Court Alabuta Coun-
ty. Florida.

Notice *4 Applicatlon for Tax Deed
Under Setion I of Chapter 4 1%
Laws of Plrlida.

Notice 14 hereby given that Jamsn
BEllis, purchaser of Tax CortMbat No.
32. dated the th day of August, A.
D. 1906, has filed said ertiatoe In
my office, and has made application
for tax daad to Issue In accordance
with law. alid certlAeate embrace,
the following deertbed property bitu-
ated in Alachua county, Florida, to.
810% of NB% See. 6. Tp. 8. R.
5--40 acres.
The said land being asmesend at the
date of the Issuance of such c-,rtfl.
oate In the name of Unknown.
Unl"es said eartlof te shall be re-
deemed' according to law, tax ded
will lssue thereon on the 87th day of
December, A. D. 09.
Witness my offildal asature and
seal this the and day of November,
a. D. 1909. H. WIMNOWI
Clerk Circuit Court Alaehua Coun-
ty, Ilorida.
By M. 8. CHRVi. D. C.

"Clean and Classy"
That's the style of our Cleaasla mad
Prelmatg-We do tings oealy oe way
ad that's the .AgM way.
We have a Special Club Rate for
getlemem of $1. per moeth.
We give Very oreftl atlmtiu to
ladla' work mad asked our egeM
aeoaoble. Very reasemable ats
Se t a r d to
If rou wat It doom rigt ondeIt to


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Phenoe 4O

Dr. A. Dolan



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yw ~ erat byrne s as. Ouw
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bra. A tWWI rder appreebsald.

Too ayof Iasatie OerOWtMe vaId'
hy sf~es -Anall .b63 oesihanwe besa
fddd h lVeuti9Asgftam ^* Grtof
tlpqeY betwo eIt wanbenga.

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be*> .s o i, ig to t rty ya

I mo were among th v)sltors to ,
l i. re, . ,
s on. e N Pe.hook ot Newb*

*:' iu +ired opeaomU vUnor to'tf.
Wasu's sfwu a to Thae
'** ,i, *4 t i, f
bloredesllaV ) on *a slim

S fi t Me itr, W e '

a L ]I. o i toA tor w totab
t h ise 4a4,adt ealinr. *MS
V5 treeli doiw.f *
W ter. ane owded ofv Newbhtryo
hun bee dhee oky dao beo lat t
-a thiv aismous m s o o o o
om of thOthle hristam *fItlO of
Thu)m a ybe oalsed atgbheiss e
4 ty tor malliss at ave in eat e".
r. re. 3. WaMo, es a byeseolot,
as b.*spe r. i mantr ori piea-.
siftmte. aindser e atarels, Daen.
V iisr Sis* a
I H Rg glei, w eho ta oneat with
te trs, WA oIas n to A as sWedte
Seto k. )fater h tor a short
Viett to 'JaehseMvile.
SamUtel Shaw9 oa6 o teb most s*a
eMsfeul f aresat L*thorn, was toi
the fty restpdayr oad Bmade ao n agr
able call at The tSa offlot.
Miss Claude Bradley of Janckw&svlI
as 4n the city yesterday, a route itod
Waltwboa. where e will speed
seine tiplsittitng br parents.
*' (pVPy 'Dolph ChamberUl of Ta.
ea was amoon the visitors to the
ty y eteorday. He stated that he had
fu inL plenty at the d aralval rounds.
Walter Pagan of Jacksoavllle, who
hat been here on a short visit to
relatlvos and tucidentally to enjoy
some of the Iue hunting of this vials.
Ity, returned yesterday.
tr. and Mrs. 1 1.L Phiter left yw-
terday for Lakeland, to be absent
tor thn remainder of the work attend-
ing tho annual meotisng of the Flori
Ida Metbodist Cooference.
WMn. Van lsee, advance agent 4r
tho Mabel Ralse Company. to In the
city for the purpose of making pre-
Uiwlnary arragements for this popu*
lar company at the Baird Theatre.
SMr. and Mrs. A. Daughtr*y,
prominent peopiq of Newberry, were
In the city yesterday on a holiday
sholilng trip. they made the trip
through the country and bad rather
a disagreeable drive.,




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Lest ur~
pal f4s~
one ins(~ 'C~~:
~gt 'few

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w.'* Beart n or t wwab a tpo
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CpO '. A. wi e Ari i

iM aSmbnib by bos
is *Mark tm Jo o the OU w,.

"l0 iMtOl Taday., Deetro
temt aSl an dot mael -goesioo

Italla tato at MKIs ev* yather-
noon this week M 4 to :80. ". 1t
tle iter ow-" wil be oure, o d

You went reat a inomat spent
witO her. '
W. 0. Varnao of the Santls as Ie
tUon wasity yt thmerous Chalre.

mas sholiers visitingD lstil yes-r
torday. While here he mad a pl be b
ant Call at.thise o0036.
The S-ret day Ouooess-No or thA
er laterestay o tr et as from atta
e to the Hotd Be Has t and keep
us fom Ieery ontrL every
If you ar' bogored by helat aetoeod

mina ate of our tim oke to the aerlane
of the comfort T our sdayts D. The
Brown House.
Revs. Hay. Rogers nd otber m n-
bera of the Mninisterial As eatlan
will use the receipts from the Oalaces,
tilt Mlintrolpedoror make gof Dool

belta2 1to aive a Morry Chevery a to
the power ad noedy It is a bene, a
peW 0 rformance of the people, by the
tera. Whd le there e made pea
people sadd fog the people.

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JlkasC filtmo -f-i- a "
ben tarted to wa iIy d
s Nt wail mlto taptpy ag
Thi 'bmdad- taonl s ve 'lKa

of, the Coat Line pay s e, ed to
Out 6m0ployseo ,trM -i rt0ia.rW
tA diemb rtionf It ateir are
smoAthly r"wad.eWi to ble is qt a
Item to to btdty, it i tM wat it.
was Ina ee posasfo the foret0 b
bon greatly* -redvo4.

Weather for Today.
to Rain upre ted for thissection
of the oat Line y today, followed by
northwest winds. The genetO drop
the tep e on ThThursday n ad emav
d many p to think that aouthy r cold
wave ion ther

L, W. Warren and A. Ayerm, w6
mn onthlywaetd4 Wilte thq C. t
Item to th i&ty. It 6 o9t' eyt It

rbeen coretly reduoew.e

In the temperature on Thursday tau
ed man toid be a thik that aoter cold
puppy. Swaa aomng es for ".at
puppy. levers) nice oue, for saat at

400 East Union street. Telephone
Nd. 338.
Blue Ribbon Va rila xtract-Deu.
ble the stremath of any other brands-
own twice as far and thum Is a great
money mve. and the Savor a per-
W. A. S ewden of MIcuopy was lt
the city ypteday s rortw to hai
home. He has been absent for the
pgmt nine weeks visiting relatives ad
friends I Maeoa, Ga.. and state
that be has had a moet excellent time.

L. H. Bal om of the welkedo
planters of the Orange eightsseec-
tloe. was traacIta business la the
ctty yesterday. ne has about sold all
of his ae esop of pecans, sd rslfted
handaeme pooate for the nuts. wlekh
wire *axt large.

J. Y. reley. for several yars a
"secWenMfl rlau at of Alacha. sad
also kwart interested ti i Ri1
sprie ga. was a. viito to the a
yesterday, ste tto the latter plae.
He i ew esmaeted with the 3s
board w l b eldmater at Ta
City. ad me*f the poittom of y4

*a ka owl Uesnews** dgem
*6 mb!mw

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This Is what we have pr
tyeu from which to make y:
01 n# Of giffs for your selat
ifriehds. u
' .Trade ha begun much
a eu+.uc

than usal and you had bet
I.n Ow and let us show you i

in Jewelry
That one could wish for-i
Nesk Chains, Lorgnette

!*roohee, tick

Sliver and

Pins, Cuff

Silk Umbrellas a
Pearl Handles a

ether things which you will iI
Following Ia the vote in pi
test as counted D ,(cmihr lI'

CWDGnSVIlle High S( IooI
MOR RIM-FrTWhed rniqms. closeRilpD (apn ....
#0 sqUare. mout. $01. Sao U1114n North Galnesil~cliii,
-~~Al Utet Ms arri .n Park r. Ct
MIss$$ ida Barron 1;il
FOR RUNT-.CoUtg& out 4esRs ~teT~ .'.
villa Apply to J. .'.Ifayes or at Miss I~cssle. ~~
thi eice Miss Annite Pri-v, %V
Miss ER i.Pa wl li A!'t.!iI
FOR S"LL- .The vote ha'iq bi.:i 1a;iv

YOR S-igU-4ypeWritWrrftbhms.all ewdavta and tie %.,7;,
kft*am Oacc e working with a vim. -
~ke.In J e.filemda to spru re i i- -r
.A "tisstore In ord,-r t, t.h

POX SILLM-'arlpad bateesMaa"
x"Ink Gooal sftok,, 10 Prices.
O"TITUR0 seato qWA #ASIftbbardas
Nubh "ad oyl* MrkK 148 *met
po USL tphon at
Iwo* ITOI, Won (unift) slitag
~*11 eemt!io owte Ipmduetan sle
theeh eldaa.A- preset w"t

TUURM isIRmO, GAMZ Law eelsom

*liea guamtegi to V" asmkbla
chdtS. MA bee. Me. 5nesoft
bettle AskW. IL Jobs=& b e'D
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