Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01614
 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: March 23, 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: VID01614
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
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Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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iwtg WVore draWen as the
JiY: Joba Mcelroy Mew.
eo0gso 3Z Plcbett, J. L Blocm.,
A Jmaw R., J. tHadlu, R. r.
J. C. ,Mcb. JaMe Collins.
IL IoftJ. S. Rhbmg, Wallace

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39. lMwia, R. H. Joes..
hebo diy swarm they retired
shband J Ja Mc Mty Plewellen
whermeope Jedge Wills de-

to the roMM to begin their Ia-

A06AA UsgvaMofetooe persons to
- MM pe4it 0 rqrs was ordered
I M the body of the coun-

0-m DonsSeekWeeks*
rea ry into court and
room 0 the Ioewbg tbue bills:
'J14 Male... George Joaem. Henry
Urlss.., breaking mad entering H.
NO. Grady's store 5t High Springs*
I%1g1s Jordea. for the murder of




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S MaSueis Tihem from the Genuine
Article-Leekout for Therr

George aDryt at High Sprias;
Cmarley ra mrder ot James
a--f "rd at JeasvilTe; Johb Collier,
easlat ith tatet to murder P. 8.
Gimeer. AN the defendants are now

Ovrt them adourmed aitl 2 o'clock

Court reemvmewd promply at 2
eM vbe, whs Imerif Ramsey made
Setef the teI spe ia veJreaimes a
ftaes: S. IL Cheeves. W. D. Pagan.
IA. WeaeM. J. B. Dell. W. 0. Tieon.
.& A. Rebertasm. GOo. R. ElM. T. B.
Sioglfloew, W. L. Hill. Messrs.
U 1 and trltagfeow were excused.
and J. M. Patteraso and J. W. Teach
were ummonmd. the other two mem-
bers of the petit Jury being L. J.
Btrkhlm and Joseph Malphurs.
John Maloem. George Jones and
HeSry Swasson. all colored, were ar-
raigled on the charge of breaking
and entering the store of H. Mcl..
Grady at HiXh Springs and stealiug
goods therefrom to the value of over
$0. and plead guilty to the charge as
Jobh Collier, colored, plead not
gallty to the charge of assault with
latest to murder.
Charley Trapp. colored. plead not
guilty to the indictment of murder.
Duncan Jordan also plead not guilty
to the charge of murder.
Toum DoiJusia. colored. charged
with the murder of Tom Gakins at
Orange Heights. lpled ntt guilty, and
also entered the same 1,pl.a to the
charge of assault with the Intent to
murder Dafney Gaskins.
Judge Syd L. Carter was sworni In
as assistant State attorney.
The court ordered a siecital te'nlre
of 7.' names drawn from the box.
returnable at 2 o'clock We'dne sdal. af-
tertnoon. from which to select a jury
to try Kelley the wh'O man charged
with the murder of special Officer Sel-
lars at High Springs about three
years ago. ('ol. J. N. Stripling. Judge
lyd L. Carter and B. A. Thrasher
are representing the defendant, while
State Attorney Rivers will represent
the State.
It is probable that the ltexley.
Osteen c.atb will go to trial on Wed
nesday of rest week.
Starling Means. colored, plead not
guilty to the murder of Frank Gal-
low ay
4 ourt adjourned until 14 o clock
Tuesday% niorninig

bore the date- of lhl The. fact that
they are so old makes it ea.-ier tor
their iasslage
It is sullpmj .asd tha, t0lil 1, I1 tll of
the nsone) recent l1 uneartlht-i front
the Newberr)y sctionii that i now Illnd
Ing I l. l wa here let itl 11 Lwoule hl .* I
l.r that all ti.ke' ltli l it lth.' nili- i, !

I hei t lot 1% 4. c if icit I i()IIIII i ,, eI a- hl c c d
lct, Itich-ili out os 4it r, ii '

Calf on Pilot.
'1,114. outhli .-I.. I~IJe41 ie.- I ii-cle
14c S,.110 'AIe ( 1.. 1dei .u I cIaI.&1 i.' e 11.

F r te p s ui r lI'a-4 cilig. i i ii let 401 icl4e -11c
For the pas ie-'e-rl d ss a are mg %%'It, -i ii trir ,atc i i% tcdciiic.ii; ,

ay lead dime. ald uart-r ia\.
toi a mlakitng ihelir allelrAl eii* Ii.
(alasevile a J te''ral of hl i ii- rt hI

The l ia talins
a M scarc*lI) Ie
the riug. and it
at this limei for


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cart,-% e I ximcctcel -c
dec-te'Ad r9~-teelci11.
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MICANOPY. March 22.-\
Abstein is building a nice cotta. .' ,
the lot he recently ipurchaMd.
The home-place of the late Rev. J
C. Ley has been iepa'red and r-palnt-:
ed, which adds greatly to the comfort
and appearance of the place. W. 8.
Wlliams Is occupying the residence.
Mrs. Susie Bmerson is visiting her
son. Laclus., n St. Augustine for a
few days.
W. 0. Engltbs of lewellei was in
town yesterday. He is ose of our
best trek farmers.
Dan Grace of Eviastom was in
town yesterday.
Arnow & Coleman. the liverymen.
have dissolved eepartnership. Arnow
retires. while Coleaaq will continue
business at the same stand.
Miss Larna McCredle entertained
her friends Friday evening. As usual
they report having had a nice time.
Miss i ttlepage. the first assistant
of the high school here. has been
forced to resign on account of nerv-
ous prostration and will go to Vir-



Watch g Poicemo Balk Father's Sacrifie h 1

Eb ttoRescue S SoL.

CLEVELAND. 0.. March 22.-After
failing in an attempt to negotiate a
settlement for the return of his kid-
napped son. Willie. In a park at
Ashtabula. J. P. Whitla has returned
to his home In Sharon.
Whitia was instructed in a letter
from the kidnappers to leave $10.000
In Flatiron Park Saturday night. If
no detectives were about, the kid-
nappers promlaed they would deliver
the boy safely to the father In a ho-
tel at Ashtabula at 3 o'clock yester-
day morning. Whatla deposited the

ginia. Her friends hope that she will money as r*-questted, but the Ashta-
soon regain her wonted health. She bula pollee learned of .he plans to
will be succeeded by Miss Prog. lipy the ransom and went to the
J. L Ford. wife and daughter left park. The kidnapiwrs are suplilised
for their home In Lynchburg. Va.. yes- to haie s-een them. for at ., o'clock
terday after having spent the winter the money sas intact and out a man
here. Mrs. Ford is the daughter of had approas-'Ncd thie -pot
our fellow-townsman. Judge t'-orge Whitli -lieves. that th,- failure' to
Dillard. effect a s 'ttlenient wish him S.tir-
W. D. Mathews of Plemington was day night will frighten the kidnap, r-
Lransacting business here lattirday. and the\ will not communicate' witll
Cabbage is readily selling for from him again.
$1.314 to $1.50 per crate f. o. b. The Left Big Pckage of Bills.
farmnier that have cabbage* will For. ., g ,
Itw indendent. With cabbage. h T of A ul re
',.*C ta l,,1: '.,e tl ill tvie klhlli;t',,p er-
tuile. lwans anid cuk(,s to miar'* wv .e a t :-r-
.....' !. t;e :1 .i.e-ct a' clil| of tbehe < 'elc'ilt.r
may reasonably exlwet the fiarmer:-.,T- 'I thact te' o4 t.e cointri
to g'(t some money ahliad. The Ia.1-t Thitla I fr 1 ter 1 4 lt-r c'(i
\Vlhitin c'iie Ii tlwe Im\ I,,ireiit il
two years have not beten sivuco-sful
ones financially. generally .~e-!tkd: tfto-rno mi
We hope this one will I. 1 .ax lIon rceijit of the t, r Wit
all the was through. I ithl ir a -ri at detective .r, andi e- td
%%* # are orr- to i v, their aqlice TheYv were anximoii t,
V s .. r e -arre*'ee r t' ,,h ,, '' ie- l ,i '
.% r C. W (Cha t'. l hip' sc l i i;'i i.r th- kil:apl e r ;iia Ih iailel
ill r) rou hl il ., r I'h him to I -'rnit them to plat- :a
S.e v :1i ka. oif bill- .at tl ." le,-ig
jet \Whill .. Mr Chapse iaiat'e unlh i
fr, r hhne,-If, he a. m ii .c' t iiHate' d sl. t ;;.id kt offlrer.% lt ff in w:ai!
fo.as (le--rouI of helh*, noii I llo miand capture the menwn who cam.ine after
%.a -; de,4roum of helping hi r, I to h I, rI i
the nionewv
niian. and e.l eciallv (a;.itei,\ ille hieno'
... .. .. ... .. Whitia would not agree to this lie

A diacnua iouni1 -e w% i ml II1":-'-
Mrs. J. A ldward.- i- i.--iti.: her
moill I) (1 G slwardt. in <.ii' 'm-.%ille
I4'i Thrus er aaid wie pia-.-id
through town yesitlerda:. 4-n route to
(Galiesil ill in his autoliobille' A-k
.Mrr Thrower whether ti' is il fi~ ior
iof good roads or not e'tpeciall)
whether he favors a fet stuimps alontig
the public highway ?
We hope sonaeone ill introduce' a
bill in the next legi.slattire that will
prevent the sale of -tL.'-k ill fake coin
panics. Make it a hea'y fine to offer
for sale stocks of any kind that do not
have the approval of sonie State offt-
cial say the C('uiptroller


MKLE.IOSK, Mars h 2 Mr and
Mrp 4o is Norion ti. ai uiirprti-ed
their frlnid. i tt their i,. c it iliiirrhial,.
. re- reateihd il return Il ii a ur|i-.
L.i-I F ri(d nil hl Soi ,. tllr (n ol the %04 1111K oiu|l .d'f I- li, l I it
N l1 I.- In .J .s k-,l ,i i i *. r'
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W\ \ King. president of the Kiing
Liiiint-r Comlipany. has arri\.d from
his hoine at Charlot tetiill.e Va. and
is. now making the- li e.sv'ary pr.*-
limin i arie't preparat(ory to starting
stork ion the liln iGoi\. riklim.- t thijild
Iat g
il," li. l .. .. '' a' ll: Wi %l ll : i ,it
h ,kti ; i iff .r i t i n e li i i.i ii ,
Ie ti d lid l i r- alndl iihere' i| -itil.
I V Ill lti 1< to Iriifir ec t-. fter sc -rt all i .i:
)f thi A 'eitk lie- 4 ;tli 11t- 1 t i4 r< ti.r .
011 i i. k l likan( i .. ..:i! : ,
tie r. Ir nii thti hc al < d. la.1. ai i| i-
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finally consented to permit the is
tectives to accompany him to ti
city and await his summons to Man
a search for the kidnappers,
Promptly at 10 o'clock Whitlha.
the package of hills in the park.
went to the designated spot a J
feeling certain that his comempa
with the request of the kidaeppe.
would prove the means of del"lwil
his boy back to hint.
Policemen Queer the Pla.
Three policemen, who had beM
sent out from the Ashtabula eeg"
station, saw Whitia leave the ngM
in the park. They apprised ChI
Laskey of their discovery and .reev.
ed instructions to remain on duty a d
capture the kidialp|lper.s should tbhe
In the meantime \Whitla returned to
the tit% anid coiluiunic-:itel'd with hbais
tfectiV-es in ('leveland. They advised
him noit t,) g'o to the hotel for his boy
a pilnute' he f're' the. tilne set.
Aft* r tfl, hour' of ;ixious waitlig
a itia sit.rt cSd ;at('-r hi-. t .. As he
..1 oill o his wa%, a polic-'niun inform
*d hin tbil tire- officers had beos
'n, guard iat th'e park r nd no one had
S(allhd ,for th,' imiwn-v
\ 'itia t w -t. .r< i, shen this
I.w, w l.,rokii ?, t hiin He west
,t) the park a.id foa.i I his pa1ckag.
Iof mnuu.e unld- i iet.arirlwl
A l-(tai hn!:-nt cif 'j, ', tIo',. ar sea
,,vt fr" n; ('!.' ,.!-:',,;< l -' 'In it it w1
O.*irre,'.! that t!.0 A .ih :l1a |1oll
j\ '. worki;.; 'a tlir < ic'
\ | r. i. ll) i > (Ih 't.e'rnd and
c.ier .i e-.t, ,r.'a.i'c- ith li'ie ctiv' Ptt.
ki- It'! r--t';rni trip to Shar'ni wm

to Share in Building

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15x)k 5afte'r itie' eri( and t1151"eruuo
lug ue..
M1r Kitig I % % r. fac'.ralil tUijil'
cii % Iii Cam, ic III-'.al. if.,h~ i,. Wt
tIIalcY a.0 ,11c-tic -l if-ee tic- s-at.% tc lodkIt
the 'dilfie-ata liiwat' rial- to lice' tO
tie-re' fer lciaiciacu c11''-jet aks in do
Icgec'.t irmai-.c'1c1.t lt.iie-trec'c
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One of the
df e hppyumm of to-day is a v
hod of loarmation am to the bmet mnw4hnM
of promoting l,.Jth an. I hajipinrW andl
ri9 living amil knowmedgel uA thi' onJrld'
beat products.
Products of actual excelrlnrmv and
reasomsMe claim, truthfully prvemted
amd which have attlimd to world-wide
mereptlam through the approval aC the
We-lnfonrmed ad the Word; not d i Wd-
riduals only. but of the many who have
the happy facuty of sr acting and obtain-
ga thw bt te world i afford.
O of the products d that d of

.m approved by phyehi M aml can-
imead by the Wde-liarmId of the
WMaSWa valable sad whanai- family
huatie is the wel-awa Sy d of Fi
md lobfr li=. To p Iftmo il
ofter dwq bW ethe g- m&-
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A plenid Skew.
"The MiNeurt Otrl" held the boards
at the opera bhoae Wednesday night.
md was greeted by a large crowd. It
prewed to be a meet amusing musical
comedy. and delighted everyone-In
bet It Is the beat that has visited
ealord this season. Should they re-
tars, the opera base wil not ac-
Iammoaate all thbee who will want to
aee "The Mimsour GirL. Daisy
Grabbl" the gilt and -Zeke Dobson."
t1 bfe haad. were the comedians
fwha ept the house toan uproar
throahOt.-aSaford Herald. 20th.
The above attraction Is booked for
the Baird Theatre tomorrow night.
Prices. 2. 60 sad 75 cents. Seats
on sale at Miller's.

YeM Peeple Peal.
A jolly crowd of girls and boys
chaperoned by Mrs. Geo. Brumhley.
picnicked at the Devil's Mill Hole.wr
The girls furnished a delicious
leach which was enjoyed by all. On
account of Illaee" Mosell Hurkhlm was
prevented from going. much to the
regret of all present. The, following
composed the jolly party: Eva Futch.
lizahbeth Taylor. Julia Patton. IAll-
ian Clarke. lEmma Lee Hudson. Mar-
garet and Sarah Walker. Margery
Canton. Otella Medlin. Edwin Ilamip-
ton. Finley Cannon. Reed Alton. laii.-
ley Lynch. Park Hay and lMr- (;Ge..
Dlrumley. Through the courte~v of
Mr. K. E. Cannon. who furnished the
team. and the faithfulness of the
driver. John Thomas. all returned
safely home after having had a de-
lightful tUme.

The Twentieth Century Club.
The Twentieth Century Club wax
entertalff by Meadane s Fobter and
Tousen. at the home of the former.
Monday afterinom. March VI'th. Mrs
W. L Hill being leader for tI he af-
After the business ewt.iion the- fol.
lowing program was carried out
lilographies of Heiilne and Tinirod
sere read by Me.danmes W. II Tsa
lor anid J. W. Tench; niuroe bi Mr.
Yocuni, reading from leint.' b)% Mlr.
Iro tnuic b .v Mr,. T it SlrilinKf
lo%. reading. "The t'Cotton Itkll' Mr.,
Jack Ih-ub). -ocal mtlo. it) .Mr- Mol

Delicious ic' creami amnd tiake ,r.
iPerved bI tih- heoi.t.- e-- altar i h hl
the club adjourned ton Il ii h %IMr-
W. IH Taylor on Miuimleia aftrmernnii
March tlh at i a eleht-k

Should be studie'd by every parent.
If y) ur a hlld i. ti rI, i f tf .1 i :-t.t ,l
In I I fl h t' i lt 1." -I) ft Ld a.i rtin-
under it a .t .t: I.It s m i a l t i hmiigi
is 111t 1 il( lii M t i,:h ti \I Ul .111 l 0i ..- iirt
the trotulh.e I.% wltrin.- W\\hitll'.- (Cr.ai, t

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Services to So Held from Home at
2 O'clock This Afternoon.
The s ~e'e':l train ,' r t' \ (" I.
*" 1 I I % I .I.I. I i ill.l,' l.< : ;' i ii i r
'i .I31 s .. 1- a l 1.' *- '. ('h i, ,
Si\ I I 1nighti at o'eliwk niid l
renmiat ere. n t n at the- delemt l i i
large crowd of mei iipathizers. InhI.J-
I3TI mnta la,1!i'-
In the part.% on the' .-. i;! 's.
Mrs. C('haw. II. F Williamnim r .mid
Mrs F. H. C(ha-e' of Chic t.i wI ,
were met in Jacksonvill I .I i,
H. Prindle and (' II l',,ni i ,
party left New York City on Sit.i.>.
night and arrived In Jackmsonllil, '. -
terday afternoon, the special being
made up and ready for theim at the,
Union depot, and they left that city
at 5 o'clock yesterday evening.
The funeral service. will boe held
at the home today at 2 o'clock. and
the remains laid to rest In the. vault
the deceased had constructed long
before his death. Just west of Ever-
green Cemetery.
The funeral will be conducted by
Revs. P. R. Bridges and F. H. Craig-
hill. the services being public to all
that desire to attend.
Dr. T. F. Thomas and R. McClellan
have charge of the remains and last
night placed them In the home of the
The following gentlemen have been
requested to act as pall-bearera: AW.
R. Thomas. 1H. F. Williamson. E. E.
Cannon. W. B. Taylor. Col. I. E Web-
ster. C. D. Dennis and II. P. Hampton.
with the following as honorary pall-
bearer,: Col. H. F. Dutton. Ityron
Barnett of Jacksonville. Capt John
Inglis of Dunnellon. Capt. W. It. DIen-
ham of Tampa. Col. J. G Nichols and
N. G Wade

Particulars regarding the death of
Mr. Chase were that he expired from
heart failure, as he lived only a few
minutes after a physician was called.
He and his wife had Just arrived at
the Manhattan Hotel in New York
City in the morning, and about the,
noon hour Mrs. Chase went out on a
little lisit but was to return in a
short while, as they had an enitngk-
meni with anil oculist She r.-tlurined
several ininute-s b-fore' the alIsairi I
hour and found Mr. Cha'-v -Itti x ill
his chair in a rather daz.ed cotidiition.
t4s if her a|i-,arinig had suddenly
aroused him. She at o e -..!!,.d 'e
sonme l.dec. and among tIle nmini r
one .unmmone'd a physician. hit he
never recognized anyoun- or iii iii*.iif.
and expired within a short hl.le af-
ter her arrival. having sad a severe'
con tulsion. and she' is ot the opiiii''i*
that he had bemi pr'-ri,'h -lI'. trl:-keii
to sonie extent It-fore, her retmrmi
.Mrs. ('hase at once notified his
tirothe-r in Chicag, .aiindl h i and his
wife' reache-d New York a -heprt Ahilo.
following his death but it ma-. not
aintil Saturday iKght that Mlr Will-
iani.-on reached there.
hei IDutton Itank., the- (lainies ille.
Furnilture Company and a numin-r of
other business house-s hatv' .siKIifel-d
their intention of closing duriicg the-
ceremony, and it would I.- a j;.ai. trib
ute for every bul.itnes hoeiise of the
c(it) to clohe its dsoor. t( ii. during
the st-ri ices

Services at Baptist Chu.ch Tonight.
lir J F lhendcrsin. |r'-'idenit of
the' Lailianiis MoNIitiier-ni ill Speak
Il|imn that imile|rtialt ilii.-lt >in at the.
First Itaptist churchi toiight atl .:
Trhu i- o ne- f hitt I i t t~- if tlih. i -.
'-0I Ailid I% o-r ,l i .t i i .ia il th0.u1i
I 1, ~1tf tI\l. lilc rtll lllilt heari gll
hilii Ilr .lie nidl r- i 1i- -re -ii. t fa
V tir ill t Indti li It t i-I ,i \'.> .111
i ili,i i .t i i>r i i l i t ,, .iukl r
li -. i I li tl l .1 I t', 1 .1 V l n

;k C i .4it FK i fit' I ii.l

The Sooto of Prie Wiming Paoetry.
F"urtit i pl.'' linearlyy .ll (,4 tlhe i
fittat). ut of filterni ntrir- > cI .ekres .nal
tilln abtr 1- .1 it, ec rtd thal t as\ ,uain.,n
iiaght rim Tlii aT is A ti, -hlioe ii.;g ui.lade
nit ma tli by Mr.. J I ILt LA-t.11, ;. p %
lN 'li'a l s At lM it-. at th. <.( rs,. io e
'.tat ir "iI. 4r a rr |lu.it itin ti ri -uk
ct -"- i t' 1 i. I :ly ialit t l ii lithe writer -
e1 e r- h L Lr- I *i 3. 1. 1 1 ihr
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Mr1 1 l s tili i i lthlir A fCo4f thi 11a-trr
Mrit 't,.l1i I 14 h %% -It .lI, & \tliit R k ,
l ir k.. i)! .k Ai't ili '.ill *I i ht :
titlr I -.1 l' N So ,l >i' on f. t V -lhe ust
tLU TI I -N iu ii.kiiI, a ,k, i. tI, .It
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ID/, MARCH 23, 1909


o 0 q401 1ac to- JLo & ow A3s e 'j -'
S. S. S. is the one nndoneand only rn: Le oi rc -'. : i cre -
lor- 1 PI -. T in Thi .;w ht inot I .t *1 on f the tir il;: (
aCt d ia. ri, here a,'l t!hrc. blUt it. ttC ,'s q extra : i r an ""
than forty year the.-ing hi 'i t'-ne thousands t;wn thousandA I" ( -v
lutclv irfet't iltu1 ih. i ier, ailerto odor n into :e 1 '. t rinl .anl it.
pr lec of Lbe virus of Contagious t Ilosd oi-Pson. l n 1'.r an.i. tfel
ctryfultion, and in this way removes the ct.use of the trolley. en t
assisted by a rich, healthy blood supply. quitk'kly rnov;it1.h, and tm,
:-stem. whilee the s)-mptoms of ulcrrated mouth and throat. skins
diacolo.d snlntches, falling hnir, Sort -"-d ulcr::, etc.,. dli'salI r.'
the bodv etirrlv free from the effects o this insidious poison.. Whta &s-
has thoroughly rIeaiud and purified the irminttion there i no da-i
any future outbreak--the blood is pare and the cause of the odiameaiL
moved. Home Treatment Book containing many valuable and
suggestions for those wboaireUa. h.o themselves with S. S. S., and any
advice deserd sent free to all who write.
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5 CobPwLin

WANTED-Messenger. Apply Tele-
graph office.

FOR RENT-Filve-room cottage. Ap
ply 200 Liberty street.
FOR RENT-Two cottages; close In.
Apply at Telegraph office.
FOR RENT--One six-room and two
five-room cottages in South Gaines-
ville. in front of Coffin Factory; city
water. Apply at Coffin Factory.
FOR RENT Five-room cottage on
block next to square; city water.
electric lights, bath room and all
modern conveniences. Apply at this


POi S %1.1:; Pair of good
% %s! 11 Ajppl to Jeff
r,:,,t of liltoin'.s Iank

Siniti.. Iii

FOR SAL-Very prolific. arie-ty Sea
llaud (otton seed dirtl from is.
lands of South Carolina Jan (Ches-
nut. IU) :t346. Cit).

WANTEDI Youig printer of or(dii.,ar%
exleretniie' a ho demir.-, tot l..tt,-r
l..arn trade. to act as gal,.) i,,.\. t
lihads. di-tribute, and -evt t. pe' o4
c:ox'.lallv. and do gene-ral work .a-
ts .i -fatit to forf anai .u -t ib.
steady and of go id habit Apply
:i thi. office.
WANTED MenI to learn barber trade;
few weeks required; iest paying
work aii hin the. reach of poor manit;
can have shop with sm:ll capital:
wage's Ir mii $12 to $eol we-ekl. won-
de'rful demand for barters. Cata-
logue- mailed free. Moler IBarber
College. Atlanta. (Ga.

HOFFMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion. will make this season
at Crawford & DIvis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 .service fee. cash in ad

tjl I K II S{ .I tATIVF feor la:-t imani-
1'.eil S.til-fa liote Kiiarant' i d (r
1lmeai r- f tN4ilea d 'i p r -italt -
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Phcoe W R T. Schafer. Prop


Tuner and Rebuilder
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Everlasting Domestic Com*ny

A Tale of Joy, Sorrow and Aseml
ment of Simple Country Fells!
Handsomely Staged!
Cleverly Portraye!
A Score of Original Musical Fsi
tures and Bright Up-to-Dalt

Ccer iI Lai*i W

"ZEKr" d gM"W

Prices 25. 50 and 75 Cents. aMt
on Sale at Miller's Monday.

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Art youU of the nlumler
wlho are afraid that
there i slonie defect in
their titles, -ani with
that for anl ,xcril.e r
fuse to have an Ab-
stract of TitVle' Send
for our FREE xo&klef
Oil "'Tlh Title Quet-
tion." N a1ireM
u th y who lun"tUL
We have tie infor-ll"
tioi o(Il Y01'it title.
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t(aii '-\ Inl, Fl. ,r,. 1







: O. Lab1ring Fasthfully for
- ..i., e.f tohe Colored Pu-
Under His Care.

W: e beg pace In the'
iofi your estimable pal-er
e to the Parochial
l Lt. Augustine Episcopal
Sthi city and the success-
i is ~Seooaplishing for the
o good citizenship.
gSel commenced it,. work
such *years ago with Afteen
t I by the faithful and untir-
l its teachers has sus-
a itledual and substantial
M Boew has an enrollment
ie eme hundred pupils, and
dally average attendance.
SoMl object of the school
I I f to the pupils careful
I treating, to foster and
igal and Christian charac-
g0l as to Instruct in the school

ilgtIn to this beneficial work
s" g h sad school are moulding
MM lSt the colored children of
1dMliWiy for good and worthy
l, f g them to higher places
Mel ai aefules.
V4 eeday. after we supplied
i~ rcitsatio rooms with the
fiy res, twenty-three girls
gdh el were organlsed into a
dm, Mad as soon as we can
ai spply a small room with
ito te chapeL the girls will
hlitildis the elementary prin-
U arts of both sewing and

.lll mtema will be given by
I D K-mrick, our assistant
O M11wa after having finished her
education, took a three-
I s the Normal and In-
Odk at Tallahassee.
9 0 tt. this Is t he most es-
iWl I a5 a' it rn of the race.
II* On hbw to thif s as well.
X h pitei Mo afl operation
I Wk Iw t betterment of those
*bdib Ptlnm weU their duUes
S Mwe beg the kind and char-
l Ma Ma sad cooperation of
1w r o1 f humalty and good
I Principal.

4bf 9melvieg *ide for Paving.
*l" is hereby given that on April
SI. 1I, sealed bids will be re-
SIV the Board of Public Works
it Cly of Gailesville, Florida. for
Slgl*htn of the material and lay-
fll It 1vL to be constructed of
kl Stk, along the block on
?1? street lying between Ub-
e d the north side of Me-
a I teet Also for the furnish.
l of material and laying of two
ia-d thirteen (213) lineal feet
*1 Uoerbian. and the laying and
Ulllllg of fve hundred and
S(WI) feet of granolithic curb-
tm md block.
and details will be
^ Apoe application
41biflu e. Florida. March 22nd.
"i57 of Board of Public Works.

O1t Sixteen issued.
ISeths since the City Council
ordinance unoi-.lling all par
i repairs made or intended
hee to firit obtain a p.r-
a bl hlifo building committee of
,t- L 1 Upon investigation it

- 114 > that uP #to the p.re.sent
h illVre been only sixteen
we" -i1,. and we knioow of inanv
08Il l0thatn thli that have
S If it ts a law a hy i. it not
"W__ wA iould o. l.,.a-.d t"o
____t lt Illri ttle if it i,

Ss*e Suicide
ltl D ieoa WCthe t, ni r.a -,
^ ,.*<* that 1,to. ., .. in
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Every Woman Should Read This.


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,0 ,' f i l *:h 1 f I i- *i i i -t ,
of 1I <;st;irrl0.Il iin 11111 A .uillu : i IiI
not IH' l II if th re I a : ti.o# I II .I
cataiirh.al k rI. ilm n t. r ~-I, i.
.i.one won'ii i think thr, i- In o h'lo
for then \W'. lp itti 1) d clal.ire thil
to hte a mni-t-ikon Ii idela \',. ;ar -,re
sure of this that we -offe.r to sii-U l.l
medicine absolutely free cof all to.'
In o.,,e ry instance where, it fails tfi
gi e entire satisfaction or does noti
substantiate our claims. \\'sh t
ut rr.talndin no w1onian who'll t14 .
tate- to lo'iil t our hio o.i'-sit\ of itir
poo. or hI .-i,ltte to put (<..ri la'ii. i
a to t.
There is only one way to cure ca
tarrh. That way Is through thb.
blood. You may use all the snuffs.
douches or like remedies for years
without getting more than temporary
relief at best. Catarrh is caused by
a germ. That germ is carried by
the blood to the innermost part of
the system until the Dmucous mem-
brane is broken. Irritation and inflam-
mation produced, and a flow of mu-
cous results, and you can probably
realize how silly it is to attempt to
cure such an ailment unless you take
a medicine that follows the same
course as the germ or parasite.
Rexall Mucu-Tone is scientlflcally
prepared from the prescription of an
eminent physician who for thirty
years made his specialty catarrh, and
with this medicine he averaged 98
per cent of cures where it was em-
ployed. No other remedy Is so prop-
erly designed for the ailments of wo-
man. It will purify and enrich the
blood, stop mucous discharge. de-
stroy all germ matter, remove all im-
purities from the system, soothe. heal
and strengthen the mucous tissues.
and bring about a good feeling of
health and strength.
We want you to try Rexall Mucu-
Tone on our guarantee. If you are
not benefited, or for any reason not
satisfied. simply tell us and we will
h:nd back your money. Recall Mucu-
Tone comes in two sizes. 30c and
$1.00. J. '. McCollum & Co.. corner
East Main and I'nion streets.


(Chicago Record-Herald.)
When the dimpled baby's hungry.
what does the baby do?
It doesn't lie serenely and merely
sweetly coo;
The hungry baby bellows with all Its
little might
Till someone gives it something to
curb its appetite;
The infant with the bottle which stills
its fretful cries
A lesson plainly teaches-it pays to
advert ise.
The lamb lost on the hillside. when
darkness closes round.
stands not in silience trmbling and
waiting to be found;
its plaintive bleating echoes across
the vales and meads.
I'ntll the shepherd hears it. and.
hearing. kindly heeds.
And when its fears are ended, as on
his breast It lies.
The lamni has made this patent
It pa.s to advertle'

Of good health should prevent sick-
ness Instead of letting themselves get
sick and then try to cure It So long
as you keep your liver, bowels and
stomach in a healthy and attie co0n
ditiloi y)u oi l iit get sitk. Itallard.
Hirli 'e r .lle.t, fo'ultl ti'ia ll i lS lia t".

In er awl all stocnialh and bowel trou
blit Soldi y t'W M Johntson

Some article that is simply "In the
way" at your house might, if adver
tied. tlte sold to somueoue 0ho is anx
tously looking for iL

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.,, .<,, ii t all drug atnorr

kit j%) 4:r

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L 10111 111 91" l oofho r l~-I.

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',,I V Stin th of Alacliaua ti.h ;at
,. !,;, -% f thaia lt ,,Ur l -Ilih is tloi i. toi -
1 a ll-l~ I ni g hu s llf,'- ill hlit |t % -
.1I 1 Smith of Va.croe-% I). I
Knilgiton of i';i;latka arnlt .1 II Fi'hl
of Sa.iflord aret .in iotig the large' Inmi
Ilmr (if w itn'esss sumintiloned here to
attend court.
ANib -t dli figuring skin erupt ions.
s r dui to iinpure lulold. tiurdlex k Ithxoo
ititters is a cleansing blood tonic.
.Makes :.ou clear-eed, clear-brained.
Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement of the Dutton lIank.
They announce the opening of their
new savings department, receiving
sums of $1 and up and allow Interest
at the rate of 4 per cent.
C. D. Wood of Archer was among
the visitors here yesterday. He states
that he has about finished moving
into his new building. which is located
near the depot. He was formerly as-
sociated with R. B. Hodgson. but they
dissolved by mutual consent and di-
vided the stock.

To the Voters of the City of Gaines-
i am a candidate for City Marshal.
for reelection on April 13. I have
served the people faithfully and os.
clently, night and day, and my record
is open for Inspection. .
If my service during the past year
has been satisfactory I ask the sup-
port and vote of each and every citi-
sen who Is qualified. I can only
promise the same service as I have
endeavored to give in the past.
Yours for order,

I take this method of Informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to be held oa
April 13, 1909. I respectfully solicit
the support of all voters., rrespetive
of party affiliation, and promise to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the dutese of the olce should I be
elected. Respectfully.

To the Voters of the City of Gainse-
I respectfully anaos ce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
sessor for four years. I am fully pre-
pared to fill the office, as my record
will show, the city assessment hav-
ing been increased In that time from
a little over $600.000 to over $1,000,000.
I was prevented from running for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Gainesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor for the year 1909,
in the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse
ment, I remain, Yours very truly,

A Hard One.
Mrs. Ntro.< 1:.a is!. 1t1I y,,ei get my
letter?. Mr 1, Idl.- *-'.1r T ,oin. if where
y1uU nRskol ii., '** r I ,lo"ld" h" i p,;1r1 ? M r- \11 .." I, I'i.lx; tl.I
IMrN III d: .. t s I dl dit geI t It.

rake LAXATi'V: IHtiOMO Quinine

I' abbt) 4 I )rurg' tts re-fund monooey It
It fall!) to e ute' E W '(;Ito% .E S .IV,
tiat urt? I& uD ach bug. d1*.

0~' 'le r. 'r Li; i t 4 liii.

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Sums of One Dollar and upward will be
received on deposit in this department.
Interest at the rate of 4 per et per annum.

--BANKING HOURS-9 A. M. to 3 P. M.-

To cIm WLL O fT K wcaMSm AMIism 1.1s".

Bush & Saford The Gainaesvie Sum


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iocted with the coatt. NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 1, 1iO|

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A 44ni-iblv a1141 4lcd xessful
IoUtijlit' III4IIi l, when ask-
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M qi s~ins isw mowlerted ft

SOunt Ctinelal NHOeT' at Atlantic
SOsN* is m ep".

rtW j Issml out big ship

e eormn county is to have a new
S4M em ret bouse at MoUticeo.

' A able deposit of Fler's earth
a em bn dimmsevwd e Gaam

h ved' SK-e
aw s- of celery durg the

^ elinen s have voted al-
g menimwmly hr ele .ghts

I% su vow mfral held min
ft we I a as qna

f in WOJ. 0. Ttes
uamat hardmera
Ifth mdr* O

Om n i-nm
qwdB that desire to attend am-&

uat Dlo Fum
Sgives mp e day eh sesio
S1e5Mi Caessoae s-olders ao d
ee- e W 'e a to the a

S" b in.. "f It -'-"i
a 4dqmwertsed reinofu**edby
gedreined pmaft. and ea bmswek

"a sl mGeeopatra, which hat
=I bme ob eardy tes laty

pG ewogs bla The.
as 6e e6" amd members
Se wee anmden the beach

guesto Wrtydhlae natleal beaks In
oth bw4se at SM41SSMi; no
.. ..d.peh .a nea.y -twenty
4tesnn se.M An esest-


g e in blusllie Afe Usg Ther
avow Pted by Ms.ea, the
netad rse for

oplis of Gainesville who safer
m dyspepia and other stomach
sau are -atMag tired of taking
ag-n-e-s -astaltlU s pepla., be-
-e- pepsn m ply digests the food
esMlllenly. Pepain relieves, It never
And e-mem-, pepla only digests
tiel aMod; it haM So effect on
lad foo. such a potatoes rice.
bredd. e
MtoMa cleans ad purtGes the atom-
k ad bowels, and toes up and
Saenergy Into the stomaach walls., so
'at theU properly mix the food with
be natural diaUve juices of the
M* Mo. tablets quickly arouse the
aMaeh from Its Inactlor. aad ina
lSv days It is able to du its world
easily and without exert on. Ther
wil be no more sour stomach. ferni. ni
aUtio of food. disiness. iack I,, td-
aehe. te'.hfug of gasI or foul Ir, .ath
MI-ou 1k ouly rco-t., :., 1 .utit larki.
boi*. ind li uariautiet.d i)> J W t M
4)!4t)hI1 & C-' t ; I) mIW(l .| .ia *-A
4Wr q I,.1 utnuitia of areiC
lalls .1 6..j mt unialch alckue s rt'-r ulti K
from over ludulg.uence of the' ntiglt i
fore. or nuiimet liark

-asr4 toHim trm by Vtad
"I1 ias ra dowa and weak from l*-
OdNgstion and general debility, also nuf-
tered from vertigo. I saw a end liver
preparation called Vlool advertised and
ditcded to give It a trial, and the re-
olte were ma t gratifying After tak-
eg two bottles I regained my
trength and am now feeling unusally
wel." Henry Cunningham. Elder Sap-
tist Church. Klnspton. N. C.
lTnol is not a patent medicine-but a
preparation composed of the medicinal
elements of cods' livers. combined wl b
a tonic Irron and winn. Vinol creates
a hearty appetite, tones up the organs
of digestion and mrkes' rich. red blood
In this natural manner. Vinol creates
strength for the run-down, over-
woiked and debilitated, and for del!-
sate child-en and old people. For
shroune coughs, colds and bronchitis
Viaol is unexcelled.
All such persons In this vicinity are
asked to try Vlnot on our oaer to re-
fund their memay It talis to give eat-
W. .L JOHNSON, ODrgglt,

breaking and robbtnag the postoafice
at Daytoma on the night of February
Fifth. Andrew Fea, allas John Samp-
men. bMas been. setced to serve five
years at hard labor nla the Federal
peamt-tlary t Atlanta.

The Ocals Masonle Lodge at a
spoeeal meetag one evening last
week decided to eret a new Masonic
ail sad theatre combined. A com-
mattoe was appointed to have the
plans drawn, purchase lot and make
all preliminary arrangements.

Basillo* Arrijo, the chef on the
Peninsular and Occidenta liner Olivet-
te., died from the result of an unfortu-
nate accident which befell him on
an Atlantic Coast Une train in Tam-
pa last Friday alght e was en-
deavoring to board the train when
be lost his hold and fell between the
cars, whih crushed of both of his
The retail drusists of this country.
a a class, are noted for their hih
standard of Intelligence and honorable
deNas but it is a well-know fact
that occastonally you will and oe
wh will try to ell yo so mething eoe
when you call for a remedy of estab-
ad repu tation. He tforets that
yow health 4s mmore Important than
hig poe--tb'k.
For example, when you ask for Dr.
KIUmer's SwampRoot. the great Kid-
ney, Iver and Bladder Remedy, don't
lot any druggist, drug crk or store-
eeper persuade you Into buying some-
tamg else la Its place. Every time
be smeends In selPing you a worthless
sabstitate he makes more profit, but
you are n.tbugged at the expense of
your health.
For many years we have watched
with much Interest the remarkable
record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. From the very begin-
ains. the proprietors had so much
coafldence In It that they Invited
everyone to send for a free sample
bottle so that people could Judge of Its
great curative value in even the most
distressing cases of kidney, liver and
bladder t roubles.
On another page of this paper you
will Bnd a few of the letters, prompt-
ed by feelings of heartfelt gratitude.
that are constantly coming to Dr. Kil-
mer & Company. No one can doubt
such sincere and honest testimony.
Swamp-Root Is prepared only by lDr
Kllmer & Co. Laboratories., lnghanm-
too. N. Y.-Don't experiment-If >)ou
need a medicine you should haWe the
Herbert Spencer's Regret.
Mr. Tollehmactle In Ilae reimliiiiaceneit
tells thi m ltor uls-ut I lertiert $ N-ii, .r
Tow ard the lo.,r of this Ii, NJ.iiie **r
freque> antt a a tl"'i aI ing I ui't at ii
(ehua*lliiU I II l I 1 .nil I's 164) haii .1 l ',
dllilned I tliti '.r-e l i if tIli i -i I l
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NJ 1d a nd cdby'
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(Continued from Page Pour)
fifty .earm to reach an enrollnint fi
one' hundred and forty three w ith ,
lpopIulation nearly two and onem. hi
time as great as ours. It took I'
'nviersity of (;Georgia eight )\ar :
reach an enrollment of nin et. thire*
with a ioploulation nearly two and ,:..-
half time. an great an ours. Wa-tlng-
ton and l,'e l',ihl r.ity. an inlltit-" '1
founded a. Wa-hington Coll.* ,e. In
1%1:: and with a previous history of
o ,r fliftvy ,ars as Iftwrty Aa..- '
to build up a patronage. In 1*!^ ,
had ninety-w-ven young men roll.
students. though Virginia had ine.ray
threeP times the population of Florida.
Thfe 'nliversity of Virginia struggled
for fifty years before It reached an
enrollment of one hundred and even
ty-six young men college students. It
took Prlaceton one hundred and
twelve years to reach an enrollment
of two hundred and eighty-one young
men college students. Rol"'-r Col-
lee aIn the twenty-three yea. of its
existence reached a total enrollment
of young m w college students of a
like grade as those permitted at the
University of twelve. Stetson Uni-
versity, with Its magnificent build-
ings and large endowment, In the
twenty-one years of Its existence. from
1887 to 19M. reached a like enroll-
ment of ifty-six. The West Florida
Seminary, In the forty years of Its
existence, reached an enrollment of
boy collegiate students of ten. The
Florida Female College had In college
classes last year flfty-six and thirty-
four In the Sub-Freshman class. Of
course. It Is known that there In a
normal school there and this accounts
for the rest of the enrollment.
I have meant It to be understood
In the above comparisons that I am
speaking of boy college students of
like grade at the University In the
statement of attendance. At some of
the Institutions girls are also In at-
tendance. but we are making the com-
parison of young men college students
because there are only young men at
the I'nlversity.
I have tried to condense this state-
ment, but I fear It is too lengthy. I
am writing this upon my own personal
responsibility and as a member of
the Board of Control.
Yours very truly.
Keep your eye on tU want ads.
Thbe may be ome.thin. advertised
wheih s of aterst to yv.

Despair and I .sponc
No one hbt a women can tell iier ,' I *
despair, and the derpoedeney en, wom ,,e ,
a daily burden of ill-health and p r* 4. f
derangement of Ihe delicate aren pr orttease lT
di.f.tnct'y femine. The torture or.ly eu* -
etely ,ipet the serves if long cont netd. el -
l r. Per'sF ao Favorifte Prsrip* .n 1% iiv
weekue aand disease of the feminsme org*nim.
It allays inflammation. heals ulceration and b.-
It owes and builds up the nenres. It fti lo-t
and motherhood. Honest medicine dealers s on
hote nothing to uron you as ..
h is m ma-ecret. on-alcoholic sd has a record of forty years of-
Ass Yot' Npir.mqos. They prohblly aknow of some of its maay c-,--
If you went a brok that tell all about "oman's dii.-*ane. and how t
Me sat home. send 21 one-cent stamps to Dr. Piereo to pay cost of
emy. and he will send you a fre copy of his great thoeM nd.-peG
Common .Scre 1Meflicsl Advi'er-revised. p*-to date edition, g s pap
Ia hsn.:-omre ,'l-*-h:nl.ln.. I *-tamps. Address Dr. R.N. Pierce, B-ldM'

Tampa & Jacksonville Bin


Leave Gainesville for Micanopy, Fairfield and lo-
cal point South ... .................. 10:10a8
Returning, arrive Gainesville ............... .. 4:2

Leave Gainesville for Sampson City, Palatka,
Lake City, Valdoeta, and all points North
Returning, arrive GaineDville ................

L. L Ginss, Gmn Supt

6:00 p

L E. Barker, Trak l V


It pays the farmer to plant only the best. It's a
question not of "how cheap," but of "how good."

We are now booking orders for Pean and other sasonable weds. We
will be glad to uend you price on requmot.

W MTHL i 8. JORDA W. W.C t t I






Fire. Life and Accident ,Ia... .,

G. S. Merchant & Co.

etlil"er and Jobbere I

Staple and Fancy Croceries
Gralq, Gardeq Seed afqd Fertilizers



ighesoot market price paid for Chickens, o Eggsand ot Prds
A Complete stock of Hay. Corn. Oats. Floor. Bran, fUae.L Ct
Sed Meal and Rye. We handle only the Very Bet oods
at Lwet Pre. ad guaratee atf malay.

4"1. LAW h OF FLOI&WA.
Notice I$ berebr driven thaIt O. '.iblack
tiirehaaer of Tax Certificate No. tv,
dated the Gtb day of Auicuat A D) Ism5
barn We~d maid certlfl-at.. in my obleic
"n basIa ned.agI'lemioaln fur tax deed
to titusuIII as.-codavier w'th laW Saild certifi-
cate- rncbra'e te, b.f i~lu irg de,'.eriLped jrua,
ort% stuated In Alachua countsFlo.~rid1a. Lowi
W-1 -of %"A,6%ec. to TiA 'S KitI'
I he balel lanaltind awhg ame..at lmlItie date of
lb. ismojative of Ibuch OertlUCL-e IIth nIe hbane of
U t' Carter
Unie'.% %aid certfilate vrnbal! be redieemed ae
cord ind to I&au tax deed aIII lfte there-un us
the-M 'b eta vifitAipr"'A 10 1iW,
W~ti-%Uitre...n'.e~in"A, sen.~tUreand ina4WI& t
the -ti das Of 1111410.A toIs a
t41 .iiL Cir'i.. t ( A'Uft oll~a-W i .& 0 k%

Duvl) vL'Ni)F.SEL-Tio-4 P.OF cIAr
Notice Is hereby i IbSI 1. H
jiurehaser of Tax Ltkla~!
(15114 the 3r!d da of APII h
D). 185. b~as died said e'etifle'sl 1t3OF U
and bab madec at.s.Il.at-11,roof taide"dI
in a&co(MdshfCwe tt hIA .rll5
s&ed in Alaebus euit)Plurbda t~U~lt,
%,W`4 of .%a's i Tip R7
The sod and L.&be rI ,dI,hc.%e-d at the ti
Uheilro% aide' certinmu. to.t aldI toe
actJri ia ttoastaxtiedaaI. %

MCI ii i M.-r a. A',Ivr0



Groceries and Grain

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Gainesville Furniture Co.
OaIS.villle. Plerida.



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ig pli 4'po at h atne lC sIi

Sept. CoUt. co r Rnom.

SImHaymans Itlo k.
o. a s.Lrnos s*
.b obwdevery imoralnge .
^,--I IndSbyWrri 1r the dcity. or
a the ratted states, potage
a.Nis motutlh. S8i a three
W give wek-s-trictly la

S is to10 columna octte taline
isda rsta for each additional

8Idvertslain made known a

iaIn eight page. forty.
B-l pbMhdk ewry Monday and
goOalmall the Msews of the
Mgs general sad will be
je. ile*ay part of the nt'ited
jas p.eeear,--4adveuace.
Ma be~ due after Arst
eiedmeMM, steM eth erwis



LKtN riY lstiUtute at Jacksonville
a god work in curhig Ipr-
mlmlgtd to te drink habit, as Is
biW I pseple In all walks of life.
gMS uMW to gray haired vete.
Ssawd wervesa the encourage-
d fy cltisel of the State
to mo his or her friend or
Snd of the liquor habit-
al l i asy Istances a disease.
Bt a asM in your employ
SNayi a valuable employee
ft Smw the curse of liquor.
ilso able to resist his appe-
br tf r drink, do not throw
l pr fellow "overboard," but give
m llatlilty to go to this insti-
md be cured. If necessary.
g .4v*the extent of assisting
hutliBy to do so. and if he
ipml lnd blood in his veins you
w regret It.
I ab well enough to say. "O. he
i rtaiking if he wanted to."
Wi w of latinances to the con-
ll me me ba ad exercised all
I k *m to come the use of
S tl sand it impossible to do
SI Wlb as a last resort. "took
*I i ," d have stae been the
iM t 6 ld@as Two of the best
M oe wr had it our employ have
Oi NE at maples to us of this,
IMW t our best friends are to-
e mxaples of it.
Y W. C. T. U. of Chicago has
1 M I ebriates to Dwight. Ill..
M a Uother Keeley Institute is
li, sad we are informed that
O WN e very rare where their
S poR. creature has been
W avM d has been repaid and
a ittgts have made good citi-

l St the wealthy men and so-
i ae eado wing different ii.sti
s** al mot put their money tp
i- than by creating a trust
lt- payent of treating in.-
d S this class. It would do
lo Pmots the cause of temiier-
Sall the laws that could be
aglast the sale of litinor
u -til dooqeday
A B w0o has realil,-d th.. nIe(re.-
3 t takigthe Keeley treatmenlt.
Ut > 11 it is like thP oie Who ha.-.
i halad in the fire; he kioe. at

~3 Sidif he agaiiin ea~rta.k.-,-
00 13 rink he' knott it ai .i'e
%K the result Will be. and teftm -e
*04" SO"t to the- cmU,.thite.'
alu" hl", but mu('h (am-s *rvarn

*0 Iokesiy nsutute. at Jae'k,.eei
*6 No Wupar4tO e('iie11, ll

St ~ a fTie.iiiil
tb. t~ret~u1,.111 I h e im iI,.

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.I; k.-nt~ ill,'. l ;ia Ml.er. ih .' ;1
teer li:til. Stall. On Ml;arch ;tith ti< ,<
ail',ared Iin The I'el-ne(ola N\e'w nin
editorial entitled A li',:itt to HIe;art
Talk with the' lilard of C(ontrol
Again oln March ith nlppileard nnt'ith
er editorial b)) ite editor of The I's it
sa<,nia Ne'ws entitledd An Krrior E\
iplained Itoth of these edditorial
dealt with the' ique.tion of t .- '.
t'.t t il t te Itoard of Conitrol ot .i
opre-id iit of tihe I'ini'er-it for it I.
e, ar. The lln.ilh Sun h;., reIprdtin'-. '
the litter editorial, and also on the'
14th reproduced In Its columns an
editorial from The Live Oak Demo-
crat: and you have expressed it as
your opinion that while the present
president "Is a fine gentleman and
is universally esteemed for his noble
traits of character." yet "he has sig-
nally failed to make of the I'niver-
sity what was and Is expected of it "
You then add in your editorial: "Pos-
sibly the people expect too much. but
they are at least entitled to better re-
suits than have so far been obtained."
I am a member of the Board of
Control, and It may be doubted
whether, under the circumstances. it
is proper for me to have anything to
say publicly in connection with this
matter. I do not propose to discuss
Individuals and would not write this
letter at all but for the fact that I
fear injury might be done to the I'ni-
versity by the expression in your edi-
torial that the people are entitled to
better results than have been obtain-
ea. It has seemed to me proper.
therefore, to call to your attention
some facts in connection with the
University which. in my Judgment.
demonstrate that the I'niversity has
been in no sense of the word a fail-
ure but that. on the contrary, it has
been of Incalculable benefit to the
educational interests of this State.
Ini a matter of as much importance
as this, individuals count for nothing.
As citizens, all of us ought to sub-
scribe to the sentiment expressed by
The Live Oak lk'mocrat referred to
in these words. "The interests of the
University are. of course, paramount;"
and those of us who have the re-
sponsibility of selecting a president
for the University for next year ought
to apply that sentiment as the su-
preme test In making the selection.
My opinion is you are correct in the
statement that possibly the people ex-
pect too much.
The I'niversity is nearly four years
old. REvrybody knows that bitterness
existed for a time because the old
institutions were abolished. You
know that all was not plain sailing
when the location was changed. I
doubt if but few people know the
Difficulties under which thie institu-
tion was conducted for the tir.t year
Nec'-ssarily. buildings had to be-
e'rec'ted at the new location. anid the
funds at hand were insuffic'ient to
nlte' th ie' t A e'.ary de.n.ai.l.- upon
the' itard of controlol We hale ne'v-
'r .\et had a ailableh sutfficte'l t Iilone >
to do lthe thallltgs needed at the I'111
e'r.sviy. but in spite' of all thii- I make
the" follow inlg .latent'it.. with perfect
'*'--* full\ a-->;il*'d
The I'n. ,r-itt compares favoraibly
a 11 iti-iitLltlltIi of higher al,.arniig
ithi the eel ti St.cie I lllt'. *r >tt .- ccl the
.oul th.l it I.r,',. l -' Iv i< .t- Ilitici h w ork
a. > a-.. c 'li't l'. ic l itle l s i l i of
the State' Ii.'tltt il loic t'l\, ;t-r ;IKago.
'iTh w Ihrk I*'itg delet- iti lie I, 'ihr
tlr lit0 SI t'a te 1e of Ili re ie t: itt to th.r
>o| e e'A Ih.tie t b .t e'. 'r I. ic ;ted

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I I I I* I I I' l T \ l l it l iI'
"' *" ,I iiil; t I he' 1 ~. i'tle t I tI l ie, .
Sth. Vi ti \ 'r :%te )li-h i w ill
0 % u th 1t ;itt I, iil.t ,e tf < 1llf.. ,
i.fvle' tuIllle l wna. e'' 'e('ditltgl% -n ll
and the ,aftetidance li .:1 n;aide upii
linr l,.1 (f 'tmtln t who -hmI,,lhl tee in
tl[ pubhlire -chtool... of the' St.att Ami
their can ll e noi **-cr ai' froitit the c(nl
'lu.inon that it v;a the ,x rm\.- int.n
ttioil of t( t Ih K kmain i 1ill tl,;,t thi
.St%.t inj-titi tion i r f htla ,r *-LlIr ii.cw-
tiion shout lil tit )llonil ill (collil -titjoliill
ith thhse'. public s'ho(ol', ihl in the
years 1ii97 allId I9fo% tte-re w re .en
rolled at the I'nilhersitv sf- e'nt two%
college students and thirty-one itSub-
Freshmen. The Sub-Freshnien clas ~
in th' U'niversity correspomins to the
eleventh grade in the high schools
and was established because in many
communities the high schools did not
go beyond the tenth grade, and it did
not seem to the board wise or just
that the young men of these communi-
ties should be denied admission into
the University when they had been
advanced as far as their high school
provided Instruction for.
The college enrollment of seventy-
two. considered absolutely, is a small
number, but small as it is it is the
largest number of young men college
students of like grade ever enrolled
in any Institution in the State. It is
more young men college students
than are now enrolled in Stetson and
Rollins. the two other leading insti-
tutions in the State. combined. and
is as many as are enrolled in all the
other institutions in the State. It is
as many of like grade as were en-
rolled in all of the institutions abolish-
ed by the Ituckman bill put together
In order for the University to grow
In attendance, more boys of the State
ought to attend the high schools. It
is a serious matter to contemplate
that last year there were only ninety-
one boys in the whole State of Flor-
ida in the twelfth grade of all the
high schools in the State; yet this is
a fact.
Those who expect an attendance
at the 'tnversity of several hundred
should stop and consider the expe-
rience of other States before declar-
ing that their university is a failure.
It took the University of Alabama

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Iniversity City.

Gabfestlte to coneded to be the
No w rualu ag as well as the most
StUt city I the toterkor of Flor
MB. It Is btsedb to the very center
Of e State. halt way between the At-
atet amd Gulf Coasts, sua. minded by
oa ft s mk fertility as to be capable
of p 'l a great variety of crops
It h ear of the truck-growlng.
phMystogad naval stores belt. She
Sth best educational advantages
B the SMtate. ood churches, with
dIbes wkhch are superior to any
Mg of Its im tI nFlorida. with are
1 6 62litoaat e4mgregatiots; has a
sato wbhek amnit be excelled for

m tKI to m te Mty. seme of

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-a dIma la Nwa.i al of
l- 1Vmlem D hr vafti evey-

Sitage WN I te & aV the abo r.
saS Emme orasra twothe tt.
OnN Oat kmawet ef the et
a mo d i ad& a I w ,Mus way
a am lJiAsnt m 'l. iof

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0N boeelf mark_-. '.

Advptha ekwehL
Tm ame w ,.
AII -pheat o9sys. -

14M 1 **iaa 0 0
Two abstrt eta.em
er haraf toCubs.
TwO Mol -

The co torage pl
Ni ho Adng house.

anCablkd-- b
OA m weekly company.

ih Jewel dry stores.
re or, eld drtoak te as.

Onr.* dkwtrle light phaat
WThre bikesilth houndry.
Th r:ilw. ,)toims.
Elst iathtust nt orders.
United 8tate land orlee.
Oea chemdial laboratory.

One Presbyterlan church.
Two higar mwanufrtorls.
our rfemal estate agul.es
several luhtwr chm'aiiaes .
Thr t Mehd stores.
Two idryoi pluds store h

Selectric light pautlquan
Th,,, blackmiy ew p hi.o.
STwo Eplaopal churches.
fieU'se 11Wonaraee agmaims

Fir.-t-lap ,'4 ,-wroa e y.4t,,m.
Two fertillaer manufactcries.
rive fre Insurance agpnclee.
Two li'ery and feed stables.
One crate and basket factory.
One Elks' Club reading room.
lHardwood l;inufa during Plant.
Agricultural K~xwrtiment Station.
Florida Winter llible Conference.
Five dre-imaking ertablishmentB.
National Odd F.-llow,' Sanitarlun.
Three undoErtaking peutablihmEents.
Two of the best hotels In the In
Two wholesale grain and f'cd
Two wholesale grocery eutablivhi
Water "that has made Gainesvill.
The finest opera hout-e in the State
outside of Jarckonville
A Ooverpment building anon to be
erected to cost when completed
$I'al, 04b00.
carpenter. masons, plasterers.
painters. priutern, machinists and la
boring men galore.
More miles of paved streets and
Igranollthle sidewalks than any other
towU In the Interior of the State.
An $1.000 court bous built of brick
aOd atone- beautiful structure-and
the lawsa, Gower beds. shrubbery.
Coafederate oumenat, ete., surround.
teg It, -.K It ra met attractIve pIc-


DR. G.0. 8. WALDO,


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a@N Ph-e 1. AiM lM. lLas.M

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State and

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*t atMkAtf@ Atssh@ AtatfAtatf OAkb hAAsE




In Which a Resident of Alachua County Wl

he Awarded a Beautiful Howard Piano, and 18

Certificates Valued at $3,150.00 Furnished hy

The Bush & Safford Piano Co., Sole Repre.

sentatives of The R. S. Howard Co. of Miami,

The Contest to be Conducted by THE SUN .

Behalf of Bush & Safford.

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One $400.00 HOWARD Piano will be given to the peron
residing in the County of Alachua who receives the hight
number of votes between December 15th, 1908, and 10 p. m.
April 15th, 1909 : : : : : : : : : : : :



In addition to the Piano there will be issued by The Bush & Safford Piano Co.,

on a new $400 Howard Piano, eighteen Transferable
as a first or initial payment on a new Howard Piano.

Due Bills, same to be used
These due bills will be

given in this voting contest as follows, to persons residing in Alachua County:
To a -k kMqbut ah ms a f r l.......6 J0
To ft*Mi Fk .. ~antN Mi a iW fo m fo .........17WI
Toi f"t n rMm. mi .at hoem vsiab, m fir "M h iw....... ..- $1J81
These due bills may be used by the winners or can be disposed of to anyone
for any value they may see fit, and will be worth their face value upon the pur-
chase of one of these new pianos.
In the event of a tie for any prize offered, a prize similar in all respects there-
to will be given each of those tieing.

How and Where to Get
The following merchants will give one vote
or every cent paid into their establishments for
goods which they handle:
The Gainesville Hardware Co.
Phifer *ros.
Hyde a Tench.
Where Vte M*y Be Ct
Ballot boxes will be found in the establish-
ments of the merchants giving votes and at The
Bun office. Votes sent by mail must be directed
to the Voting Contest Departnment of The Sun.
Oalnes \illv, Florida.

Rules and Regulation
1. The contest Is open to anyone living Is
Alachua county who is known by the conductors
of the contest or vouched for by some reputable
person, to them well known.
2. No employee, attached or relative of the pro.
prietors of the above-named flrws are eligible to
participate In this contest, and will jiarti(Ipate la
no manner.
3. In the event of a misunaerstauding beitwem
candidates or others Interested in this Contest.
such controversy may be referred to the Co'
ductors of conte'tt, who alone arv tbct.erio58
qualified to render decisions.
4. In the event a candidate decid't. to Sitb-
draw from the race. such candidate IilI uot be
allowed to trant-ftr %otes to the crudlt v1i ,ul W.Lr
candidate In the contest.

"u .I 1 A % Lo r 'A !
$1.25-Three months' subcription .................... 400 votes 500 vot
$2.50--Siz months' subscription ................. 1,000 votes 1.200 vote
$ .00-One year's subscription ............. ...... 3,000 votes 3.500 vote
For a club of five one-year subscription. (before April 1, 1909) .25,000 votes 30.000 votde
For a club of ten six-months' subscriptions (before April 1). .25,000 votes 30. :000.

$1.00- On yearr's ubscriptiou. . .
F'or a club of five oe-yeir iuicriptions ....................... .. t
,,,it i ,,, li t it t1t t\ tu

Soliciting votes by candidates or friends within the stores
distributing votes is undesired by the pr3pr cto s
A& Mi;@t, o oa

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the g.f ll to i in portal t f-r ,1'1-1 rij< l 11 it -I ,i A I %',
S0.ric d off it thf d'iai.'fl'*
St l a ti iiAl -, .' H6 ,, i h i 1
water, at

Loss Through C6cterlI Action.

Si ggr er bulletill ift % .*"1 l;T1 l t t.1 1 i l 1 1, Il s l "II, ,I
i o f t h e 1 1.-i t e ,r la l e,' 'i 5. i, ti n n f t h, l r .. l e t, :I t
$gg l of thi- < r lrb dlno\id. i- t k, '* ":I ii--o.!\, d l > \a; i t: ,th
f i 'i o. t he -o l :l .ajt< I wIli i t thl u i. ; su^ ioletnt ,tfft,(t tilu i Ithe carb iionatl f 11f Mli i ,-t .- i:i "
SII well >ill. -;itr-dl t It h* rg ....g i.o l .r. it. \.itT. r chli.rgel| w% itlh (ilt il diijl l ..
with the li iIesto'. r'(k .11and dlis *i l,'i gre at n;la---. o. it w~it l
Wt sg derground cavities aret hIft. If thes chatic( to I, to" *t r
ad the earth falls in. we* then hate ,what are' (coiniilnln called
Ift whole masse' of llnimetone <(anb I' rmiOted in thi. '.c\. ~,.
gaeurstand how this. lr(of-'-s will cause a hs.'ai drain ulsi l|land,
poluY supplied alith earlmiatl of linie. Kv en soils that. toI thlf
*, iAppear to contain no carbonate of lime. do usually contain
o( this material Sonetliniots the qliantity is so siiiall. howlet-r.
i daelgnated as a "'trace(" He're' tM. the' .atler chlarge.d with
ig ls slowly but constantly washing away the small :unouiit that
l he analysis of spring and well waters almost iniiariably .Show.
paofet saoe lime, which cani' originally from tin 4)il r the- r'wk
^ po Ses on day after day and year after year. with tie re ,ult
gWSite osI s is enormiou,. Another en.d-l|irodluct o(f tihe hacterial
of the organic matter (of the soil is nitric arid This acid
Io the bases In the soil to form nitrates. As limer usually ..('ocurr
al th e other ba>e.t.. nitrate of lime (.calciuin nitrate will tI. formed.
aMilUly soluble in water, and can be taken upii ly jilants: but owillg
I^ *olubility much of it leaches out ith the drainage, waters. and
of lrln;e will Ile 1. t. These losse.. howAel er. are lin a nmasure
stnce. in order that plant food may be elaborated, the bact ria
mry oe the work of breaking iup the. organic matter. Care in the man
gf the soil will to soni, extent reduce the. losses, but soll'e los- i.-

Loss Due to Sulphate of Ammonia.
V B s sulphate of ainl niia i i~-,l. a haiiiical (li.iige' take:- i ilac I.e
lk and the carbonate of linie :;iat is. in tlhe soil. which re-ults in th.
d f sulphate of lime I. iu-iitii Thl i i.re. soluble tih n thief
I hence niore ea-il-t lt iy leachlinig. It u i- -iui. for e t\
M the Rothani.ted E'l.eriliienlt Station. iEngland. that uwhen i ine-ral
(acid phosi|hate and tlota-h only we re u-<,d. carl unate, of lini,
hiB l at the rate o' f% i.0 lilunds I ,'" a a .re I ;l1iii i i% 1! 11 iine.r il- :'iel
llg sullphate of ammonlil iia \.ii i i d. thli -. > ia 117i pOIIi d-: wi h ni
P ibn ammonia .-alt o l 1te iv01< 1 tl In, 1.;. .1- l" l~ itii(d,. '%!**I.
manure onl) was u-.d the' 1l.- ia- .*ec |>ieiiit -:- n ,ii linii.ratl
lad 412 louiiio d T. h rat, .i -oli a i 'e li l ti1 1, t-ei v a Ii.
f lft k It is thus teen thai tlii. I1. it ay i r lirt \ nlt 41 to a e.mi-id. ra.l.
l s lbatiltuting bartii i rd i ,aita ir' r f ; itr:.i oi '! ia ,r l;t a:- !,

Occasional Applications of Lime Required.
b0 coB at of the gr i,. : i i h; o i thl lini from the iirf.i'e' laI' i r>
10 l ai the Ihe l iiha 'r titi',t.ii, ', .ito:) t, lhi re -hioillh Iw' <.'.-i.a iial .iip li-
O N *of this material in .-o..ili i ;I. lto r, l ic'' I hat u liich i.- lo-t l'ir
~ p lM flel.) ground lili.e -t* i .i i< it. 1 ci- a l tin or liir to t I,.
latervals of tao or thin .ar-. II occa-ion:i l liti iii&i i. re .lilir d ini
h in land 'a rr- i lil h l oi f thile .-oil li.i- r, uill.Ad iioii d"'c n|ij'il,-c i
.^ ad where chalk 1ft, ii I ,T..- ie. .-u1 .oil .i- it tinot ti1ii i iiore'r lin *i ih
S wI erI we oftci li o i ; i,\ ii e of l.iin'" I.inii a-l-t-l. l til 'roip r
Sof the orani:c I .tt!1. u thi l il. in th frliiatioin of IiiiU and in
14 u .latic. ai'l in O .|lr 2I. .i 1 ..e.ii o|e r.i'1i 1 Ii.i I1, n.' I !t h i l' d I
W l tht i. luSt in dirinari w~al r. P iou-il, t, r6 t l.tceed

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lb hsswO have used Newbro's
1101: sht of' It In th,.'hIghest
hr Its 4qn4ihckeffect In CIc-aftolng
stdk~rffand also for its x
h Itgsgsltsal haIr-dr..-..:ng it
@uNIP feel fresh ant iIt allicyS
1111af which danderuaff w 11 caixes'.
11"isew ie Efte'tiv' e tti rs
"5 it dimstroys the' w--rm that
MW3. Yb. Sme. germ ca tit., hi I 'it,)
ab Ld 1st.,hatldneq.q in kil'pri.ih.
du.stop. falling I hraltind pre'"ents

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I th iian. Ala .Ini 1 I' '*
r Kilniiir & ('Co. ltin.llhamtonhi
i i*titlh-nin i: Atmmtt (oi' le* .ar a g;o two
if i. children u iiff.ered '1ku lli% f iim
we'ak khtidne,.s and ditalb. te-. lheir urmi
.a< vr b liad a:id the. a u.h i halc
-ev. ro- .ip'1lls of diz/ ir, -. anild w' ".
all run doAnI in health I %as j.,-t
tltmt dic.'ou'ragE.d I tried t.sevral
reim-iesw and finally a dwotor. but
tht\ d(lid not d i 'seem to impiirol)e. I
km w of a friend who was taking
Swanip-Root for kidney trouble with
io(mI results, and I decided to get
-o1lil"- for tle, children. I notlited tidier
V. :-oline tirllprovement alter they had
taken two large bottles. and continued
to Ki'e it to theii until theIlly had taken
a half dozen bottles and we're' well oni
the' road to recovery I think Saamp-
Root has done more for my children
than any other medicine I have tried
ind I reconi i .ind it to ione havitig chil
(dn iho l tsiifterer as mine did.
City Clerk. Dothan. Ala.


Spark-. ;Ca .lan 11. I1 i9
Dr K'ln;c'r A& C(. Itingiihanton. N. Y
; lintleni: Some time ago I wa's
iroui:lel. with kidhui.t trouiille,; had .s**'
Si.' i. itn- in hack atnd hii|h'i \W'as
treated "by a physician. but alithout
any h' e refit I noticed ,-oni, Swamp
lioot ad.erti-e'd and resol.ed to gi%.
it a trial Aft .a-, i, ti. .lt l ', cur.d L...> .'
suffered any pain at all since and cUan
retonitniend S% :i1ni lltRoot Ito anyone
iiff rni .. ir'i I 'idIiev trouble Sin-
, '. r..:. F. V STEV:ENS


Irin-o' i (a .liian *-'# I'o'
Or K !i'i'n r A- ('Co I:iiiuh:tilt'>,ii
icilli I ,,illi l. .Soil,. 'ini' .uOl I ie,;1 I
1 ,. l :i .... .1 ...- J !a. k and
'lip' Mvlb hack paii.it iii.' c o'-tiiniiall.'
itil I f,'It '"i -' r l0.- A frieindc r'com-
ie lild S.I i: l iRoot I hi.lind aind
',eoik tle e.oit. nt- of Itaw hiottil-. a hlie
I ft.li re li f. M.I te.k ha-i- noli tlrouhled
ii .- il I a ii I I I i ;; li thoropi m il. r# i;ini
'is.i l S'wamp IIroot a'i.-oliei' .ff. riig
f'co.i k ciii, tro'iu,. ... ias I find it af
,;oird.ilt lit# irre at re li f.
YouIir- i'r. iuit
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Ie. t'r i (i .lan 1 :; I **ie
It.- Kilin r A- ('0 I lliitihaiiton. N Y
I;, iLt]l i.'i, Sollilt. Iitii 1 a op I 'w a
'rim.il!. l l w it ki, le treliile' I tI ioti:ghtl
>,I -." ii., till '. I a .," suflol ritin w ithi
I. st.I. i. I li.il re ,aiin iii li\i
lit. k iid luii'- .A Iri,,ielt r'coni i,.dedl
'.\ .iii| Itoo)i .t dl I I c ch.iilcd t to) iv-' it
i ri.il I olbt:iii a I boille frolll i 11
lril:i-t aid .itll r takili t : fa w (do..-,
'.It ie'li. ,. it Aft- r takiii s'., ral

oimtle lhn lai wat% ntlitrri l' gInlie
.Iied I ha..' I i t i it T rei ci the' lightt i
- at .. | .1i.Ii''' hs io ath (tl '!- r in Ir
S pl .i ol i ti s wolid rfil llii 'dli iI
i, I., i e- l 'i'. 11' .iit i!, ir.- to i,.\*i
i,'. t -Iti a elil l 'i-i r ich t' ,i t ir r it-
I I itl I \ 'I'tl I:
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0' .i0 r -,all\ ill 'DR. K IL Min
I *- *,t' 1.1 h i fi i t. Dr. Kl',ner's I.ken st is o ,tin,
in til fliall i t eIdt wra. o t yy *ottle.
a' I 1. \\1- I al rh,1- ,.-* i-
S'S .t!. S', ;Ill11" iloot an' BENEFICIAL IN SEVER, CASES.
S.11 lin *i. d lik i: i lor i liing to di -
ti ; I I lit1 ..1 i- ., t lt wi R. l.' efleld. Tenn.
*. 1 .. t i. q t ,l ,'i. rm nvield msu t Dr Kilnt r & (Cn. litiln haniton. N. Y.
: T i. l li. n it iroin i-ant Geiiitliiown:t I hardly know how to
S. I I .ii rcl id i. lill: r- worth at *xpre lniy alp'r .cia.tion for the good
l;ii I "' tile-. Ala. ,in l contiIjnued it, *our S anii Root hal done me. I had
I* ,i aii nol taiK ini ,it. but I 'won greatly troubled with my kid-
11 1'Isr don.' and twicA.e a d;a ili place i< vs. and with Ivain in tne back; also
i. ltouir Iin.e'.. a 1.i' ;aid ,,:'i*e e with ahat the doctors termed Inflam.
the- time i" r.- l iilt i i u-.d on I nation of the neck of the bladder.
I will er ,e1 w'.ll I all,. fle.iil i,.*t. Somnietilme my back would get in such
i ivr iifo% t' :il, for tein t'.ars las-t (ai shape that I was almost helpless. I
.it aind .*pI first class-,'. In fa't. I am i had tried several doctors and medal
feelingg .-.,I .oml that I cannot r,.-i.t enes to no good effect and finally I
telling 02oi about it You are at liner-I noticed In some paper where Dr. Kil
ty to Ipulish this testinonial should mer proposed to send a sample bottle
you wish. Very re,,siectfully. of his kidney medicine. Uwap-Root- ,
THIOS. STAI.lARD I'. 8. A. Retired. free, by mall. I sent at ome aid rW,
Itox 7. R R. No .'. Klkwood. Ala e-ivtd promptly a sample bottle. Af.
ter taking It I found It did e lmood.
A CLERGYf. AN. I then purchased two bottles fthm O
merchant. Mr. W. J. lKier. After tak
New Roads. IA.. Jan 22. 19M0 ing the medicine I felt like a
I'r Kilmer & Co.. Ilinghamton. N. Y. alan. and each day rode Ave alles to
INear Sirs: I write today to the pub- teach school. You are at liberty to
lic that your Swamp-Root cured me use this letter. or refer anye to
of kidney trouble. I was almost past me. as I will always be lad to tel
going: having spasmodic spellm with them what a wonderful remedy thiO
imy kidneys that were breaking down Swamp-Root is. Mr. James Ivees, at
mn1 constitution. The beat medical Saundersville. Tenn.. Is takhta It with
id wa, employed and they pronounced good results. Very truly yrs.
mvy trouble as alkali in the kidneys. D. A. MONTOOMERY.
hlI w.re unable I, do me any irtna RuMember TeonneEe LA laltare.
lout %re :~ttgood

I took four bottles of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was six
)ears ago and I have had no trace of
the trouble Y.oir- for suffering men.
RF' .1. R. TAYLOR.
Pa-tor lla: ti-t Church. New Roads. Ia


Illounts.ille. Tenn
I ha'.e Ieenit a rural letter carrier for
o r flte ve'ars. Some two years ago
'a- ltakiii with i-evere pains in my
bac k I used medicine from nmy fam-
i1ly i .h'.siani for severall months with-
ii .nl I-neflt. A friend. Mr. J. I.
Nel-on. tdvil-ed me to try your Swamp
Rtoot. hut I had no faith hi it I con-
tiniui d to Lir.w wor.. anid at I:it de-
.'i'd.d toi !ri thi.- reril. dy and blxiiht
,1 Iir1n' itros a flftyv-ent bottle which
*uv-. 'rI e'nat relief. I then boNih1
two one dollar bottles. which I can
:rut ihli, ...s lihave completely cuiret-

Hand ii n<,t he.ii for Swal-iipHool. I
)o,.l1d liha ,t -**-.ii con i lt( elh-d 1)to uit l h1
ii:r:il flree d .live.ry se'rvire
I .da i-e' all mail carriers t P'
lr ii in Iltheir back that Swatli. c:
.t ill E iir hi. ili
I wias. lhial that 'r often ni.
wif' wolid I l:av' tol 1 le ii .1U It IIKNIRICKS:.
Wiiral Let ioi' Cairrietr. Route' No *


Ionali-<. ,lllh' (;a Jan. 2"0 1!419
lir Kilinr &r Co Iliimghaniton. N V
;. leilteii'- Almiut four earss alo I
.-iilf.-red romi kidnev trouble Iand rheiu-
maiim lli ill li iil. h. hlpali across.
liil htback 1.-'infl:;e' "o -u re' that I could
i.arill.% 1:i 1i: .'* Ii iiI aInd could lnotc
walk Aiit:,h ut dIra gg ini ias it fe.-t I
A oilt il l ii-.iil fr.re.lue1'litlI aiid aI olildt
'a\, It r10 1 t two' r ti hre't u lilit,-s dulillx
'h. hiihrl Ii.i;-..i c to st uffer front
'lo- iof 1.,lIee And ith the pain I
wa- all rul down and t-Kgan to lose'
ti.-h I -aL Swamilp ioot advertilled
.,il l-1er1i( onei, Inttlle to try it. After
i.k' ~: it I fe'it bet.-Ir and could sle epI
1 .i ; :t i :t il iiia t I Icontinueel to take-
Iiil I h.id I. k. in flour large bottles
I v:- uti, I. tree. from an il pain In
th. Ihe. k 1 11,d te.aii ito gain illn w eight
I .i 'l.i r ',eiirnid Swalmp l o toIll
wi r frln i a- I think hi (ll curet it, ill

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M1 i HICKS. ()\
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Dothan. Ala.. Jan. St1. 190.
D." Kilmer & Co. Rianghamton. N. T.
Dear Sirs: Have been sufferlag
nore or less from kidney trouble erW
the last five years and wasa induced to
trv your Swamp-Root. Am happy to
say. or give you testimonial. that it
has cured me. I as a traveling sales
man for Messrs. Colgate & CO.. New
York. and am always traveling em the
road. Drinking the different wates
affected my kidneys.
Yours respectfully.

Jackson. Tena.
According to my experience. I do
not consider there is anything to equl
w:nip-Root for kidney affection.
Twice it relieved me when I wap
completely helpless.
The l''t time I was traveling i
Te'xas. when my kidneys become at-
fected and for ten days I suffered Oe
"ruciatir : pal ". accompnated wvh
*...'re chills. Several years previous,
havli gh lecn relieved of a similar at-
tack. I naturally sought relief w he
fore from Swamp-Root.
After using four of the lare4sd
bottles. I was completely restored ad
went on my way rejolcing sad prale-
hlg Swamp-Root. This was three
years ago and I have had no ladleatlU
of a return of the al1iction.
J. C. SMITH. Jr..
Thirty-third degree Masot.

Waycross. Ga.. Jan. 8. I. 19
Dr Kilmer & Co.. Binghamtem. N. T.
Dear Sirs: During last October I
suffered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who pre
scribed for me. hut his treatment did
not benefit me. After reading some
Swamp-Root literature. I decided to
ilve it a trial. After takila a few
do-ses. I felt somewhat relieved, and
after two one-dollar bottles had been
taken. I had no pain and was complete
ly cured. I have not had the slightest
pain In my back or hips since. From
my own exi wrience. I can cheerfully
reo.nmmnetnd Swanimp Rloot to anyone
suffering from kidie'y trouble.
Youir.s .e'%r Itrulv.
HI"!O(N .1A1iTIN
I r 1Mlartin 'ondidend t' a iariltin and
Iriit-f. r liii silies

m I ad l hI Ibriiijg- u ll i .ie t.-tiuinni,;.il- fro i I.o|.lll fromli all o er the
i, ,I St"i', .i, i f r ii *ii lant -ll.- \ r. ianz tI: ,rtf, II gratitude' for what
\lli,* I S.-; %. ,111.1 I l t hasl don. for them.
i, : 1 ,, .. el.l f 11 i1i1r -i i ii i di, i111ii. 1, take t li lacei of Sw am p.
b ,.. 11 ,"' ', ~' I t' ill ',. 1 11 i i i i* 1 nil g g ting what you ask
4 0* I .,l I l., fitll 11:, .. .1 i 1 n K ilti. r .- S i% anlp Root.


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At all dealers' in 50c and $1.00 sizes.
A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every Bottle--See Inside Wrapper

il fi ,j na tt. life' j uu are-hI.

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o ,P-p rwtlans *and
I awos of* the City.

5 W. MalmaoOf %WA14141'i-ill

II1 Uticket at Rutherford's

16 LW. jakcon ha, return, ,!
Visit to Stark'
g& I Jolly of Jacksoi Illi- i'-
S o days in the city.
8i"o0" paid to ladies'
st foI*'s Restaurant.
L 0qum and wife of High
go I aa the visitors to the

SILg, M of the successful
t l Almches, was in the city

l y to vote for me
Nrehiats,' Piano Contest.

as IWbpoon of High Springs
pi ether. Mrs. 8. M. Wither-

LAo o~s of Willeford. deputy
i ge that section, is in the
011 court.
*h1e Taylor has returned from
visit of a week to her sis
Hl C. V. McKinstry. at Tioga
W V. LhiBviston of N.-wls-rry ijs
*ildmdift rourt. lie is oMe of
Uibd deputies of Sheriff Ram-

i# y city taxes. Hooks lose-
0L I1 Te Oe is short. Delays.
6edil eam T It. Elli. Tax Col

As ILWA. the efficie-t t bx)kkei-I-p

W.. BDaukuight of Arehe-ri.a-.
upt-udI(a e- C '- v lnd

Sam-- eprije-iat1.'lI
bo w b nine -I- "le 1!(,u iit- IhvI

J" ah~eiih5right I-itirn-dtei 9
SYosterday. shiereM.- %- ~. 11 ro-
bw 480"t.e as n~u'-.ict.-o-l: rT-III

tIL Wis. Jr has' i~.ue to) Mi .
Sb th-e Ii'e-re-'t of thoe- lilik-
a maof [He-rrm ag Co(e lies. %-'
by ~ d ihik laethc-r

C it-na i oall.11 I..9 c-c-
Tu among t01-'.-3.!I*4
&t bau lalire ItcI .
P" sae-d I I ,1.'..

iw bu:aa- -. '. lIt If*
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kft A bid te un ta~iA h.119- 31.
10 b rthe-Gu-aac.t cliil

uiant ;& er .on.

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of bent e.3)
atm." t" Adlerc-..Ti- M,.-
______ A_ WK e- X dw

Cu-.i.r 1K#-%, *.3 l'la, nvand night.
at tuatherforl sR"%taurant.I

afelmlf iz the %iII1t1-0 1- ft 11$. 4 it .

teet (1 hiiA lh ;

H re-d Iengu' te r -ialv Apjslol to)J.

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.31 I'Iie ~'i.;l lefT'.

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< >l i ,l i ll t .l | .1 1., l 'llit- \, ll. t :.

llank Clhill T"iit: i- g nar.i.r..d t. ,
cure? chills. fe\< r. o(ilds and lat:ri,;,
i'rile 2wc. Sold hty W. M. Jut bon.
After a few ld\t -I l,' it w It!: I'
family of her brotih-r in lhi:il> i \'.\
Blessie Prewittl ha- returis, i t 4 i r
homse at Waldo
E 1). Stanford. of the United States
land office service- with headquarters'
ait Little R(Mok. Ark. visited friends
in the city yesterday.
A. U. Hilleary of Micanoiy is. in
the city attending court. lie has a
large number of friends. who are al-
ways glad to welcome, himn
It Tastes So (;,1xd l ..es.rt.-. Ipa.-t
rules. cakes,. all bring forth e'xclama-
lions of delight when flaori-d l witl,
liue Itiblbtti leInion or \aiilla extra(ct
S(C Hague of Alachua and W. (;
Shehie anlid J. G. Osteenl of tigh
SpringK.are. aliong the i-itors to the
city attending the sl..eial terImi of
Tonmm. Thompson. a former -tu-
lent in the. IniversIty but now with
ill eXtesi'.e lumber r company at
I-i a -enllI Sunday itlh frieinl. inll

MIr- .1 M Shelton o(f .Iike Cit. :.r-
rited in thee city yesterdayy and will
nlild the ntieot few day- here \. visiting
her m, itor Mrs A 11H l.eonard and
it ti r r Ielitil'.-

C1I riIwt, oeet high slohirilis. Pile
0! ie III,-rcha w lit>(cif t hat 19lace A a ,
t it I1 I. t 1 4 '31.!% I I aYe tII I '

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I-'%o. ~ I4c31 (titage- it) inc-l(t Wiltbisk
:ill'O 11 ML.: 113r.anh-. -d'r'IY.tm -culi

I hiNI4-Cro-.ur% ,r Sulin offl-.


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The Very

Best Values for

Prices i..ked Always Found at WILSON'S.

New Goods Arriving Daily. We Invite You to Look and Compare


Thli Most DeAiral' M.Material f r t'nder-
wear an11 White I re-sses.

We have it in all the qualities. If you
haven't used it you should 414) so.
See the value at 2. 25, 10, IS, 4k

Neat Figures. 60c values this week

---Good values 50c and up.-
Tlie best values to be had in the city are
the Silk Pettie.ats we are showing at
$3,. 1$5.5, .SUs





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,i&. ~ ~ .tJLIt .~Certaiiiin o go- I1I)'

114m Sh t, Id N Vtarrvul. rFe-i % er of
lic I lil$4 t. l t.1c.. ldI.di tffic-., hm- ri--
i iinlie-l ftrein A.I la :clih it-eiIa. %% he-a@- he
!ji' 19.e-ii I ~-lt ilng tit-%%'Ile -and child
11 I114 l- II o 41 13 i .i'.

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heifl. %Inglir b- r-.11 r Jalk -. It% tho. tdr.'
,I- Io letI,,tii.- '11. Ilm lildill % 'art-. mid
!ii- frie-ndt, ar.- telaoi to) s-vcc'hium. 11.4k
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It spreads ia.r- easily arnd
smoother andi goes farther
than other lrainds.

UIlie I

Wears Longer
'.\ill not crack or p-el
I'-ed lby thie L'. S.


batttlesh~1ips.. etc.

The Lead with

the Spread


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l.-t a want ad negotiate a trade
' ,r )ou-of rou- wthilg you dou t uee.

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Established Over Twenty Years

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Everything New aJid Up-to-Date.


Wca-4rs'Ilk-v hul-Ii..

We re Solie Age~nts.
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In all tlhe new shades. Se- window

No Better Values to be Had in

Laces and Embroideries

Than you will find at

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TreasuresThat bIft mmib
All lc~Intaiaai, urIui gand ornamatal
%ar4. N-ltlainbc like finding tiwgoodsepen
the- I.MiJl-'.ral lrgIN& a. y Man go
114% ill Cilina. Crockery, (GIaawaa- mmd
aiS IMing1 ill Taluewam m at .ill ios
Iprice"i. aeim] ndwe~ our elegant 100.
l e -v l)iuiuwr~.4-ta for $1.!; also 48-piew
for*L Peir. Iaaseiminw' Lamps 0i
ibss-ii at first ro-t. Your dolla will hIy
nmore thue wee-k than evvr before invwry
41iaui jefhit of our gtor. Call or'phMW
N. 1e'-tw*itto ecOUaeand wit-zoo wili
Ile convinced.

milss N. Norton

N doveltiesB ksSMaI~m,
Solve"irs SbuI Pitur
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