Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01621
 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 30, 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: VID01621
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
 Related Items
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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i yt o e M.INews l r ved Wi ths city last eight OKLAHOMA CITT, Ol a.. March 2. aCmet between officers a
1111111~ tosoOder seeaftro Me latosh was to the e hect that -'It Of* Oklahoma mill ians occurred near there r
1 w ft Pl ewei Twrhe Doers ae ed and re I t ched ht ght S against Crasy wring. io which georl
beasut 4 k so a Ispected etlmps Of that place, hade1 t ae ba Of cr M in i, alf were wounded. Both the I a
W 6 flofl N dereC firut by hubt shot breeds sad Megroes, .etrem Ihed tothe aegres., many of the latter as
I eo. ryetta. the his, which made it Im
-- 0 "e--t me--8 6i o willo get and it was hard to aseertain y as the heavily armed troops set out number of the dead sitce T"
h 9 o if elate aormat-e, blit thrgh the kindaes *either to capture or exterminate the placed unofficially at sx.
4^mI Iit'" of the A. C. L. operate it was leare murder m ba, which* The The bodies of Marshal a
oM y that Mr. Dorseys woq vsr M d. hay caused the death of six men. Herma Odom were takes toi
miqMb ofty the i eted With so al atest. the wounding ot many othem. and there was evidence that Crat
g gd o~ a s the bbl. The o gentlma ha d btl brought a coaso. e of terror, and his family bad left hab
MM" e-g Uwel d of MWe and troubles g decdeed Leaving Hemryett at 3 o'clock with the night.
ha m tUS odb eeor h eM end ,his s rbg md1g Ia ti seve mle to n e evaM eseeumb d ys a ida T**se l
I Ot& mys5 by way.- WhenOR-.-It ItWas about I with arms and e a pmest it was ex -01 NA
n 11 w Im o'clock and be wasn a poo f blood. pect the troops cM eo t r the After Chitti Harjo. Cra
MW- Spr' p ad although yet alive wMoud may adisns before 7 o'clock. ~L~strggll hard against
M 0 =m6% vtaW'ar* thing to the large number of people Cfsy tIaske's men umber about whispered Let down gU
1g r abpeter. Tr0 new 0 eagr .ti.lm. M. all armed with modern riles and know," the moose was loems
LaIter a letter was 150und which e.- plestitfully sUpplied with ammunition. be gave a complete list of lo
--l..... tplailed the ercmstnc. and it was They bad prepared for two months Participated in the flight of ll
111 111eS i as a permtthe known it was a clear c of for this nal stand against lawful au-. ions night and confessed I
'cc Se- ie f adt 1 0 a60sokiee. .thority. They sent out word yeoter- father. Instead of eing is V
q B*f The physician swumomed pronoanc- day that they would fight to thb d, ath. ton. was at the head of the
W fp *Sog o ed the w0ad1 of the taBllet atal. He Crazy 8nake's hand strongly in. ba.ds scattered among the I
M b moially said that while tae ecttlng of his trenched itself early in the day and tte former Crtek nation.
iS- 's the throat would not aeesnarily be fatal., wa reinforced from time to time. *"Those were your father's f
S amMt of tMs presera- the 32-piltol ball In his stomach C'aszy 8nake Is in personal com- the yard this morning" asbed
Sweould ca m e M hi dath. Mad. This was established by test.- Jones.
i M a' ef th beef TBOhe ad wife Is dis.eted over mW choked out of his collegebred 'Tbose were his tracks," a
s w a ftd: th occurrence. son by means of a anie, new inch rope. Indian, who then told that
abotM INo t allw T0oung Harjo. strung up by the de. Coker, reputed as a dangerm
Sa"ateib JUD CARLIL t termilned deputies unl nearly deqd. outlaw. had fired the sbgu
i-Mt Mta is had i JUD CARLISLE'S COURT aspped out that his father was in com killed Baum and Odom. i
S-minar e the pileo W @'1 0and. named the ladians who killed slon also revealed for the bH
1~ 1111en d 10d e ll Ws me w y Na rly All of Monday o t deputies, tod the olieea how to some of the real secrets of I
C ia t ~~mC s trail the bad and did everything ship over the Creeks.
lS a~d~ 40 a4 ete away the Buslaess again loomed up In Justce which a stoical red han is supposed "Coker is an expert shoi." f
e l Min thei d p O i5"ai tM s ( rCBaleos court on Monday and a a not to do. "and was fully 3&0 yards di
r lt early all of the entire day When Fl he made fine targets of the bW
--g^" ( ewa eorwt.* was taken up In hearing cabes. of the oricers. He is scoutlg a
SJohn Hrd plead guilty to receiving This rstdian prisg of the band and will be hard et
s ea s-,-ed,. the board stoles bass and was bound over to years ha1 held this regiok on edge The mbaembers of tbeand la o
11i Im411 0 1 'a in the rcit court In the sum of $2. for thre dw It roke out lt The mem rs of the o aI
-thel T0 Wilis-Heord plead gui llty to stealing Thursday when several deputy sherims house last night, he confeid.
'aBl5 ai eknow5L:W age from railroad cars and was went to Henryetta to arrest negro cat- to the Light Hor e Guard.
-- -1` as, r asOhe from a to P a d ca rs of and was thieves. They were fired upon by mission sent the posses h wrh
BIBnam there- ombor serve td three m n e with the negro half-breed friends and forced tohe th ll of the old Indian, wi
Sash M ei i asumei, tre a rely or three mots wi t retreat. Returning with additional hope to capture quickly ud tin
ow e d.A bemasate of sdI sam ~ ea. plead not guilty and was forces, they were fired on by the band. off the impending battle.
"S 0 -sI d i n 5t ki ol.. af tried y a jTry, who tdecytid ohe then augmented by sme of Crasy Young Harjo is a stawltm
IV eb UMt, the deletearios eect will he wie. The jd*g ave him $10 and Snake's Indian. Three negroes gent youth. He is an athletes
-.... .sit s o e "orst mon ths. were killed and five wounded, accord. played football with som
"_sn IS of ag eaoe add he r a a ere worked up ing to the official reports, although it Eastern Indian schools,. bet he
S' ~M at a Ing abyi T e boetcises Pinkooere worked i is thought that many more Indians all his native instincts.
O O a b* SMk yai m y. teaemploy of the Cosaost Linew iThe were wounded. This clash resulted in With Crazy Snake's wwber"
0 l ai r i ts pdf sai t boys had been stealing the brass box. forty pa" r W oa aed i n th-e preerdai of b*oh ss from the carto the local yard Marshal Edward Baum and Deputy cers prepared with the Ai
Sa Mes d i ftin ist ao l sm. f the car n the ocal yaetimepast.Sheriff Herman Odom were the depu- military to crush the lndi
8AM fr 11 a11 gl* d ties killed. fight which it was believed
WLA DR ,,_ A 8tidman dispatch ys an en- minent.

4r1" to loeeath itle Syon to His wettd
I k to St. Augustine. where he will re-

ashme ] bainerl niatler. L ittle Son t-o H itsr Ii

t. ~ <-.,uon r,....mii ('lark 1. onli. of tIh ,. "l"' .r u1,1* I "t.r ll' ll l...; h. Il:i SI ,Wp ., ani.. Geid er succeeded in extrkcating hm. mted r of the State- adt trte*iK rIiil, to ..t ,r,. literl ';:, ,:, ,,t' d q*il, 1
V IffJames R. Abras sellf lajred mae d helped lHar-o frum his a. r nce ar, al a'> in de-mald riu n,.tr ol ,f ai t Iiricg ho.l,, lit t lpil I h' t ''- '.
idM s ( a ee rsw C. iMade the mobile, but Abrams. wa. thut h" I ,t i k a fillh, I rl II ltn li:."," 11 ,ll t, t, t .
St la ud whes Mr. plamed murder In such a uuann.r tih letn ef Ofleo of Oace;s.!'d "1 *K l torlp". i Ii'er iiy. at ,r *:-i *lr,, il,;,u,; he tn
Smed over near he nol mued Thn o'lt-uidlldl Th Elk held asl it.erretinilg s-a u r'or.a ,,..lli tI..ear h.l..er Siturel- aeli j I .l I- teo lti .
*I y l w tit mialght wa st can by tae bletsri. Itar be- io las Thur.da. niK.t. otla-n th- ful a bullet t.reluh 1t. lra of hi, i.x h li,, 1II, ,I lll 11 "
is -m, aui ad coming unnmanageaml ble. Iluiima offe.u.ra are. feicted tu fill ihe- -r.c!,t = ..,, > .i,,i............ .. ..... l* -.... .l

-I -- Mm the m c -i5 ir icu ~ -chairs during t M hl te-ar lie *tilt JIZi .tie i s-ht lil lni-e If cij 11 i th, letelit M
1k e i escat ter- A little w0 at ad. will accomplish I... ( rahai.e iatlted lRuler Ilarogi th. ii K hi a fs. la' o ie Iani u
a aid* eve the e big resu lt.. J l" I laihdiing .t,*ined l[-adlug lioenitl The caup*- ,f* ti,. tr,. e Ite hg l ii t11 ,-l
i arndd it wIas the third ui e of thee that ('ltL EK liarker -,stenmed L)oyal l. -ttoibait,.,enl ,orandJ e f iIo rIt ii
0I Ue f Mthe fi Cally claimed the old man He wall Knilht a ,lnitlh. who hia. ltiarild for t,Il A i ,,i I .
J-'--,me r es_1*ts a very cunspicuous Asu ire ere with J D (Gardne.r, Eteenrued Iecturing thirnglt.-.h iar.. .oa-i thoe-i" from fiork ti r.ii th, 0 HI l
i i 8 a hI S ho1 Ca SON&- hi8 pair of old mule-, and all of the Kiilght llatUd )a rte t e r oii at ei fd u pbtra id riiiI. iau ti e iig h, il r
a GUMi t e 'lsek-. The d- population re ember the old an in llor. J J M lI-li. secretar). l.- atfeul af du ,oa- l halter tl -ir U i u leu inl.i- I .te l l ",'I i
I MSMad to hills bed his working days i lth his dray His l W R McKinstry. Treasurer lus trouble the. soulanj me-lit tiet- tso & t,-hilhte-A alIlieK In .;it
W MM aM s o W moe, fseral was held yesterday) fruni the L M McCormick. Tyler children to the- hojr- of iateighborr his. iurde-re'd ,il
M a somek o pu mlys. M. I tcoled church. Ji i triugfellus Trustee lTrit ithe arsuit-ut l aich ehuued ij ltarl) n


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Miss Do
Miss CPh
MIaa M.
Mise Ma
Miss Al
Min Ma
Miss Ma
Miss Jul
Mia A.
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tiat Is E dooodingly Cloee and
ting-Catherine Hale Had
God Vet. Yesterday.

ring is the vote In the plan.
as canvassed yesterday:
*sle Dupree. ci ..l...f.4.1 .'
rlam 3lls. city ...... 1.619.'.*
tberlan Halk'. city...I1.241.2&1'
orie Strickland ...... 41.99
Daughtrey. city ..... 242.&50
ry McCormick. city.. 4.06
ma Ahmmoll. city...... 4.375
amile Dilcklhom. city.. 77.31o
tbel Saches, city .... .755
la Carter, city....... 0.815
Orof. Newberry..... 39.m0
lfle Beal. city....... 33.275

im Patrioths
The soemeth I a "erg Br tw in lifef. li'- rt) e5. tb
ant of happisess" them most pCrore are sv :re.
aa wghMesad -hander bt sot drpr,... T; om* ro- e 4
papt e is e lor tre.son, strmaMems *nj r.'." s *
wie aeI toa the frot lor his cmntry ith a weak sN
wil be a wek soldier mad a l01t A4der.
A semnd seomech maa M f od eitimediup M ia w
be"sh mnd heppiaes.
Diassmei af te M mee0 sad other ordms of didgestism
aelis are prempdy ad Wpermanetly cured by tin a
go aedip eD he *bdi wkh **ed# toe"a
aefi male.
The daler who *sls a s letitute ler the "'D1 o1 e
sly seekia so make the tBal more proadt isaas i
o*le ofls" i rim.ie -prep-ratio-.
Dr. Piere's Commee Sae Medical Adviser is s
ms leeipt e stamps to pay epo--- of asiig .
21 eas-esmt smp for the papr covered book. or 1{
Sr the ldoth beoed. Address World's Dispnsery MN
A saeiation, R. V. Piere, M. D.. Presideam, B .t, N.


The good-will, kindest regards and Lest wish-
ee of each cofioer and director of the Bank,
and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquarters-every conve-
nience afforded to make our place pleasant
and agreeable to thoee who call to see us.


n e ijnse Evans. city...... ..,1o
i Ms A. Strickland. Waldo... Su.e0
es h u ia s Hdao, ty ... 3JM6
SMi -- An lo a Ille......... n2.1s
SMin Blvea SIta,. Waldo...... eM 0
NMb. L Ware. Hih Sprts.. 15.376
Ms o1Ge 1e LaMbert, ety ... .4320
-iT ON sANS--Us *Mta Lilne Sheppard. Be... s.005
Av Pm er wN T or yCTYv. Ult K. Cartoa. Meso ... 6.
MrA. A. w. Barsat......... 4,43
i et M. Perasades, city..... 4,26
M amt t *a OSt I.s m nAMtoarsTepea. e Uy...... s.as
V i M m o Mn L. *adus. Rawtbom... .0
m Mi Ruby Albritbt......... ,10

A Madm at bhes ars wer elat ato y e parmt
Is do uemad ards Nia VIf yo chMd is ervoses, fretfuL, starts
Sto rt o the trainI We kalep Is panty teed. as rings
Ss Hl be 89p.l.W it e esalsays aa hunrmbuRmy,
Sa i of about mis oat galaing weight, ye can be msun
a _41 u1 1 abo S a the tnmbile ls warnm. White's Cream
a t Se4a myr Vrntu is absolute cure tot
a" ow worse. Is I's m purItive. Sold
la.y K Johnso

01110lo1 Hte Intformatiom was received in the
m aMl Taaa city Monday of the death of Mr. Perc>
M MMM M bM Dill of Archer troW fever, having been
M a patient sufferer for the past several
ShM M Dd th weeks. He wa a young man with
Sthe rloht a bright future cut short by the grim
i te yt am ore they reeWr of death and The Sun oins
e mwld toyr m o f& tMe train crew the bsts of friends nla extending con-
SNhald idsh ipiM headway dece to th bereaved oneb.
It was IMMeMsible to catch
bom, amMt teadain the freight eo TALK OF THE TOWN.
SpiS mater them Jat as sem
as M s ra eaed what had happemd. arly Every One ln Albien, Mich.,
S M mrai ug te a ime for Praimo Mlea4-, the Money-Sack
e ,~m lSe4 Key pase Care ft. Indigestion.
ia' M*.a mld t e soluino. was ALBION, Mleh.-The Iwople In Al.
Mjte Th rad being almat blond are elated to an unusual extent
a Mbt Me, the pa eagr endi- because of the many and remarkable
ar SON M* the I Mu .of ears curem which have lately been made by
M i U N iward himt athblugh he Mtewa, a dyspepsia cure. with a
Md dgd bi train Ml ainghted world-wide reputation. Everybody is
he hd Met stepped It .milematly to endorsing MI-o-na. Here is what some
w aS hrd erash when the two came respected residents say:
-geter. Mrs. B. C. Cassa ays: "M-o-na
Th e M of ears bad reached a cured me of a stomach trouble that
great velolty of apeed by the time had bothered me a long time."
they hM d re shl this distance. and W. H. Mott says: "I had doctored
It weaM have been a difficult matter for months without help. I used Ml-
IMr the eoagta to have eaght sad O-a and sinae using It three years
ptaid them up, for the road bqd to ago I have been free from the dia-
dews grade trom the city to a point tress."
byoed where the accident occurred. Mrs. Emma Overy says: "For
The engine of the passenger trail months I bhad dyspepsla. bad atom-
was Madly PoMHed. as well a a ach distress. pains and nausea. Noth"
asiber of the box ers. lng I used relieved or cured till I used
The MN i at the Crevea. J. W. McCollum & Co.. druggists
e aps t ae weLaist *l4 mot isM ln Gainesville, sell the wonderful dys-
pmstlvo at the Mad m woustad uMs- pela cure. Mi-o-na. for 504 cents a
aMd tha the mveier eants away large box. and they think so well of it
with M b e travel ia the east is that they will give your money back if
Ssesmdlctlmei the camel carava s it doesn't cure.
which he has ecoutered at eight.
OM ot the Matk darknessa Is heard the
dtaat boom of a heary boll. Mourn. *
ftUlly md with perfect regularity of
testloa ft soud~~s. graduaUy swellntag
passer and louder amd perhaps ala- 11( -
glMg wkh the turs of smaller btel ls ---- J- --r-
signalinf the retr uard of tLw ame
caravan. The big hell Isthe luals CUM CATAthH ASTM AM
and alarm o e Brot 1omading ca lk sl
Dt,. iaer ad louder ua the aunud o O U rCA o
bacoima, cut another souud and Bot a a
visib, ibjes' i|pearu to a'tljul|ny _J. W. MeCOLLUM CO.
it. Muddeuly aud without lat- slighl
a wumrnag there kmuts out uof t a I
phaitu ship. ihi' turi of tb cuptaliuj
at be cara~su Uis pt. tfrLed Theb. Ire-ad Plit id ('ake you
M MsU rl s.ftl) on i.- l*" .,li ^ d l at hohuld t. ,utItIoUn, Th*.
Nhe a greit strgi uf liilkedl ibouiul th.
aileUt prlarxMiui. siul l. a, .,i 1 is wal hia't Itur uit-ld tlth purr
lMwed up lu tlA I:t tt i'lsi* a J rith utilk and bakrd Ia the
lhe l'erwlrb ty.aet u on
Purity I.aahiuoi. maeiikf our
reel laguild, weak run dowia' good. the iuat dli ioU. iu t l.
Headache? Stomach 'o '-Ju.t a possible to produce'
plai ease of lay liver Bturdock
Bled Sitters toune Iber and stuntach KEYSTONE BAKERY
d-. ^- aditiMes. uurtAla the btmiEMd bhaa 1M. R. T. lsehafer. Pre..




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

9K IM* llm 611 -. IM I-- o fl m wft.n
We are now smoking orders for Plea, and othlr m.-sonlalir .,W#' W*
will l e ladt to i.i! ,. pr%,- t w n ri 'U1ue't.




* ---CHORS 0F-

With iMra. CorionmRi4kr-KehiWy. own~-an: Nevada van der Vser, ab; gbd
Miller. Klsor; Oustaf Holiquist, Iem.

Conducted by WALTER


AW)CIATE MEMBRIS8HIPS, good for one reerv awat at ech oent,
$5. Make application ow as t~uks cinr April Iot and rewilar liox oxa
rates theo prail. Fuds must accooipany applications.
----T. T. EUR IN la St, J, m dM FlM ---
Pet contr imay be signed in (Gaineville at Milhkr a Vidal's

G. S. Merchant & Co.

Staple and Fancy Crocerles
Gralq. Garden Seed aqd Fertilizers
HIlhet marliet prico paid fWr CGhikee, Eggs and otb- Prdai l

A Ompite stoek at Hay. Comr. Ots ow.r BDram. heML CamS
band Meadl d Ra We huedie ealy the Very Beat Poo
a lawmpt risa. m- g uamte meI wam says.






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ois CASE WAS DISPOSED Gh~i Avio To Wem LacfI b IS-


ef3 ad Twity.




pled Ouilty of Assault With Thousands of women are using
_,. let preparations unsuccessfully.

Sunder Came Teday.

eourt reconvened Monday
at 1 o'clock pursuant to ad-
t of Friday evening. Judge
riff RIamsey and Solicitor
were in their respective places.
gat was only a small number of
present at the opening of

towingg was the petit jury
if r the week: J. H. Johnson.
,L Grilan. J. W. Alsop. S. F. Har-
J Tutes. E. A. Strunk. S. E.
T. 0. Hagan. W. C. Kin-
W. P. Moseley. H. Martin. A. W.
The sheriff reported that 8. F.
and H. Martin were not to
swe- oi the county, and the court
Mesrs. Struck. Craig and

* getal vemire of six was ordered
to complete the Jury. the
Ng a return oft same as fol-
W. D. fagats W. L Gore. D. A.
K. Baird, C. A. W. Thomas,

|lU announced ready In the
f CbarSe Trapp., charged with
SJude Carter, of Counsel for
dubed for a coetiwvence on
of the sickn"e of a material
eM attachment for whom nhd
Med eLt The judge postponed
e the matter pending proper
dl the attachment by a regular-
slnted deputy sheriff, only a
,|rt of non-service on ac-
d dst tese having been made
Ak fished, who was not a regu-
emu deputy.
I Sot, colored, charged with
W an little colored girl at
wbthdrew his plea of not
Ied plead guilty to assault
h to commit rape.
dt h took a recess until 2

A leme bssiu.
is aeamn session of court was
doll fet. Court was adjourned
m Mutes after beag called tp
I- 9 *'ek Tuesday morning.
We m the ease of the SOtat
S O8e1m and W. A. BDexsy.
Wilk the murder of W. H.
at Ngh Springa is set.


mRINGOL March 29.-The
fA Mr. M. A. Starr. a conductor
& C. L railway, which occur-
1k vycras Friday from the ef.
df trpheld. a a source of sor.
R bi ma friends here. He has
S6iMlant of High Springs for a
IW, and leaves a wife to
Slotes. Her bereavement is
SiMW I that he lost a brother.
Swith her. under similar cir-
iM about two months ago.
L Bailey, National Lectur-
Bj W. C. T. U.. visited High
b et wak, giving two lectures
and Friday nights,. and a
i the local union Friday after-
f s nmew members en-
BB mames for the temperance
a remult of her efforts.
3. J1. estes returned to his
ue Saturday from Kathleen.
he experienced the storm of
night. He had been much
i by the death and scenes of
caused by the storm.
S. C0 1 is still suffering from
Sat f his fall frong a moving
a week ago At first his
11'I*W thought to be only
d a sprained shoulder, but
sa ufering from int.-rnal

i" f Pe~drik re-turn,,.-d Satur
*a Very lFl'aa nt siit of a
i to Orlatnh)


DrV~t&refun*d ni'n-ey it
ton. W. GROVE~S wig
binbat. ths

Msas. in today's Su&

Cosmetics fall to improve their
thick, muddy complexions or to banish
the pimples, blackheads and crow's-
No wonder. Their trouble lies far
deeper than the skin. They have bad
blood, and bad blood In 90 per cent.
of the cases arises from Inflamma-
tion of the mucous membrane. Their
blood Is filled with pokon which is
certain to break out In unitghtl)
humor and blotches-while pale.
drawn faces, deep circled eyes. stoop-
ing shoulders and weak backs com-
plete the story of suffering and de-
Inflammation of the mucous mem-
brane is catarrh. Banish catarrh and
complexions will clear as It by magic.
pain vanish, eyes will brighten, faces
become plump and shoulder erect
Perfect beauty goes only with perfect
health, and perfect health for women
can only be obtained through Rexall
Mucu-Tome. the one positive and
permanent cure for catarrh.
Mme. Swift. 44 W. 26th street, New
York City, the most famous beauty
specialist In the world and an accept-
ed authority 0on all relating thereto,
has this to say of Mucu-Tone:
"I can strongly endorse the claims
made for Rexall Mucu-Tone as a cure
for systemic catarrh. Its tonic effects
are remarkable. It builds up the
strength and restores vitality. If wo-
men who are tired and run down, lack-
ing in energy and vitality, will use
Mueu-Tone, they will praise it as I
do for Its strengthening and healing
Recall Mucu-Tone works through
the blood, and acting directly upon
the muco-cells--the congestion and in-
fl*mmnptio of which are the sole
cause of catarrhb-causes them to ex-
pel the poison and to resume their
natural functions. Thus the mem-
branes are cleansed-the blood puri-
fied and vitalised.
We know that Rexall Mucu-Tone
will cure every form of catarrh. no
matter where located, of how long
standing, or by what other names It
is known. We guarantee to refund
your money If you are not satisfied
with the vigorous health and clear
complexion It brings you.
Sold only at our stores. Price, 60
en0ts and $1.00 per bottle. Mall or-
der filled. J. W. McCollum & Co.,
corner East Main and Union streets.

Netee of Reselving Bids for Paving.
Notice is hereby given that on April
the 8th. 190, sealed bids will be re-.
celved by the Board of Public Works
of the City of Galaesville, Florida, for
the furnishing of the material and lay-
Ing of paving, to be constructed of
vttrified brick, along the block on
East Main street lying between Lib-
erty street and the north side of Me-
chanic street. Also for the furnish-
Ing of material and laying of two
hundred and thirteen (213) lineal feet
of granite curbing, and the laying and
constructing of five hundred and
thirty (530) feet of granolithic curb-
ing along said block.
Specifications and details will be
furnished upon application.
At Gainesville. Florida, March 22nd,.
Secretary of iloard of Public Works.

Whether from colds, beat, stomachI
or nervous troubles,. Capudlne will'
relive you. It's liquid-pleasant to
take-acts Immediately. Try it 10oc.
.Lc and Soc at all drug mare.

The want ads. do more real estate
business than all other brokers com-
bined -in fact. they "start" most of
be business that tLe brokers and

agents finish

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tol- P. ticulars Very Meagre and No Clue

Has Been Discovered As to
the Perpetrators.

Another mysterious shooting is re-
ported from the quiet little city of
Alachua. and up to late Monday even-
Ing there was no clue that led to the
perpetrators of the crime.
Romeo Shannon. the negro who was
murdered, was standing in the door
of his own home at the time the fatal
shots were fired from a shotgun in the
hands of unknown parties. His wife
and smaller children were at home
at the Ume.
Shortly after the shooting. which
occurred about 7 o'clock on Sunday
evening. his older boys returned home
to find the father murdered, and they
went to Alachua and gave the frst
news of the afalr.
The Justiee there at once impaneled
a Jury to view the remain. They
were ton session a greater part of Mon-
day, but nothing had been brought
out that would give any Idea of the
perpetrators of the crime.
The negro resded in a good Mectlon
and was living close to the home of
J. M. Shaw at the time. He bore a
good reputation and was generally
liked by all classes of citilmas, who
deplore the killing for thin Is the sec-
ood oRfese like this tLat has occur-
red there within a abshort tise.
Shannon had gone to his door to
answer a summons, and when he
opened It he was Efled with the load
of shot, expiring a short while after-


The student road survey between
this city and Ocala was completed as
tar as Orage Lake. In Maronam county,
over a month ago, but is held up at
present due to lack of naesssarX
funds. It is hoped that financial aid
can be secured from the county com-
missloners In return for the very com-
plete road maps which are betag pre.
The Trasit Club recently orgIalMid
by the civil engineering students I a
very proftable and enjoyable atnstAtw
tieo. It meets fortalghtly Ina the civil
engineering rooms, and a technical
pepper is prepared and read at eah4
meeting by some one of the members.
The initiatory ceremonies are quits
elaborate, as may be recalled by those
who mw the parade of the candidates
around the square some two weeks
ago. The club was recently pleasant-
ly entertained by Capt. and Mrs. Cox
at their residence on South Arredon-
do street, the feature of the evening
being glimpses of the full moon
through the large astronomical tele-
scope and the exhibition of childhood
pictures of the various members of
the club and their lady friends thrown
life-sise on the wall by a large pro-
The spring field work of the de
apartment Is to be largely In railroad
engineering lines; and we expect to
take Friday and Saturday of next
week for running a practice prelimi-
nary railroad survey between the
IDevil's Mill Hopper and Warren's
Cave. In the northwestern part of the
county. During the past week a prac-
tice preliminary line was run for a
spur track from the Seaboard railway
to the t'nlversity grounds and an ex-
cellent line obtained, so far as grade
and alignment are concerned The
head of the department has had seven
>ears' connection uith railways of this
state, prior to taking uIp school work
and i atilh. to giK ti". stud,'nts a

laicra- ainoutl t of lr.Lcti(4i Izferna-

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*%tw I '- sort-..Iin %ils aniiiearl),
ria.rw~r. t lf. 1 t I'miisti-arttld si.e .-tiimt.
I'll ki'tel ahe-11U~lii lt 111' ul' '14-.1 uFl III
gvuh* tv twd- VuL&~FV WtatcAtesus

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of o eor ltoeo wn shea-ea nnd m wae udaie% i 2
" the publ genermyt, i ear senate meet g d inaZs m& W
me with thea eaese kegf dtase* ega ....--
alens of the AmeMM Teleesphees ed S S p serm of -M
TeoIgiaph Cmpg and the 1"e oaw am-tI e "
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whiT*h w epete nd ls addlee em eemmulume wM e d
smnest any Ilephon In wer mIam a th emMAy.
wm im es emundmg to o~ eter eoiy Thkis wemt nuk o udNO
in whiso a Sell Telephene osm in leg thre ea hme "o nR eo% n
epe"df dai l smanmes eMd me m
Thems in"g dmtane e fe athe ponaw the basn" these
meet moder and mrved eesus eitiose i W--Of S WS o4W
tiew and are melotaleed at a hit h plaut here ias enp ot h i*
tas of eMsle sy. The i egeimm, gret shale.

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ees a tfr i t ** thtol *--'q s.yp .. Mar iA..
asmo lO i.d.s.on se ws and m M.r .mK.u s
wt Wtr yt io seE you semehig ee ekae- l abeakor o hes Od Mew-
-b es mi ll1W a remed ofm ta- s elo A pri ** M t
ise it w est re beadnass The hab -.
d-- W stk. Me kegetS Mhat sins la is Ms p a were set dead sM Aia
er belth Is more Imporeant than 1 da0 e haad hair all ever hit head.
htis pitbak. O Jurs he wrteas."and tday y halir
e w_ you a Is o b sead luzur.at as say MW
S"exmp biyouaskfor wDr. 9 Wish." ewbo'res Herpldde we@
EWs Sw-eamw ot the feat Kid- es a, es ms!ple. sad w ta s a amew d
Me, laer aMd ladder Remedy, oa't **e--**ew 0 the One M and ey re-
sea my- dar ork sor remownd theo418L. epidde t dtol the
Yerim that eass dandruff. falag haber.
hemepe md youYe slow buying Some- sad N mly baldneso that i wit the
tatM eeis Ists Plas. vBery Utime 0e0 th" efect ceanet reiais.
-' *f t- I =a at own e MW nw
be mieseds In a oellig ion a worthlesso 3arta. Sol hy a leaea
substttae he mabs more proS, but r11" A dr. lt. stam tor sa e
ye awre hmbun ed at the expese of
yer bo J Bodiford A Co.. Speal Agents.
r many year we have watched
with no*k lbest the remarkable
rerd maitained by Dr. Klmer's
Samp -Reot. Prom the very begi at-
sai,. the propretors had so much
0si0 e" In It UMthat they avilted
eveeyee to mnd for a free sample
bottle so that people could Judse of Its
great curative value nla even the most
distreslan caee of kidney, Uver and
bladder troubles.
On another page of this paper you
will fnd a few of the letters. prompt-
ed by feelllgs of heartfelt graUttude.
that are constantly coming to lDr Kil
mer & Compay. No onu can doubt -
such sil'rfc and buueat( tistlmony.
Swa puRout i pr Kllmer & Co labouatotris., liiAllhamai i i l i rt
All lr liltlra n1,tu ("fl an I orlniiMii.v .i
to N. Y.-D u' eIpe.rlui.e t-lf >ou r ,,,P .6 i ,r i.,1 l .-fl--
aneed a medicine )ou should baie their tio. >.tr. .- ar,.'l ;rHil you ra1 .an t
heat. if l, 1.1 ('! 4 ( '1"-' k, ), q 4 lA--% ir. .111.1
-lilij.llii t i | .t ,'. re" t l t, Iil l,, r
1 auffvrt, habltuall from ti asu tllht Ipt t". 1 -. -, *,.r ,jit jS-
tiou. lko u'i li.B ui tA rt li. .tld atid ,"* I :, i I right
str*rugthr.L -d th ,)4m -l b >bt) 11 l lih I,, ,1t tl I %-' ,- I 1 1 F A, tr Mitoll ,,i)
baite w-vu regular -itcr tiiiA A : li' ti,.- '*1 6 ti t *'lV* I i 1 1 tIll' t'-r)
lDavis. grtwe-r Sull,.ur a i.lii..:- 'I, fi j rrii.oti ,Il .,,r .n t : *. t l
l'-t -t I< ,4 *:1,"* sli t* ), ,il l
U I M have fouad n aythalng ee U
I advWrtied lu the Want column AUNDIR A ARLL

ated upon to produce more sales than one which
r even own a large crcugtios but whose distribo-
is in ten editions among unpro6table citizens.
You can no more expect to sell goods to pop
hawn t money than you can hope to pluck oysrs
Sbu." :s.
It isn't the number of readers reached but the
ber of readers whose purses can be reached that
titutes the value of circulation. It's one thing
Aoue aStnsm, but it's a far different thing
et mor e.The mind may be wilisng, but IA
If you had the choice of a thousand acres of desert
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Fire, Life and Accident




Groceries and Grai
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smom* m IaWEINE C C iRES
&"5SW 'V 14MAD COMPPOND TAT MS M9Ul- cutic le is health WhdhoCrtingsr
h g w a ms e eremse my aRED MOTEL CLERK. prities. When athe bod is t lAwithf acr Iior eals
SSw is I b Ul eonot perform Its natural work of n-ourishla the sklao
dgst bh--tsad e ar Ing its oraal w)ftmss, pliabilitty a
y IM- ed= -e MM gq eb t wY d Meetlta s ad infiaes the de..aWte fbres and Uaeme
a and gla nds and produces soe of the many forms of
0 160 asst eek ad TigMhtened With ithlk a satd itnging go 0oms # ccompnyiaq skin affections
I 110 PemnetTt Me, .M nil b l by the depot from the blood o( the acrid hurnors with which iti
NNW&o r i M m* 4try Vol. Pi4l Till He Die. ito those Masitive mnbranos flesh lying just beneath thel o0wr
I i- thee tetws I and mrndn the ountlm nerves, pores and glands. This
s cratcthinl te out r skt ffords5 no relif from the itching
S Yu O S Le t be the NEW YORK. March 29.-J.... 8. S. cum 8kla DM eose of every ( cter by purifying t
Id 6fretit 0"to4 the polel. a Vango. a young nero, after his r- .*rsa t trs bld tb lClUptlU w k d aid blood and
0 as 1at o eaim ` ft. ILIL." I L rest in ChTM'ao. confessed that be had wryvar.ety of sk affection. Local appltcations can only
M A L murdered idore DeVallant, nlct mTer cure because they do mot reach the ood.S. S. S. go
Ss clerk In the Mstern Hotel here, for lahe the trble and cures t byremoving the
edib m iUm b
Ih d iw eet n geabtcllers e of rob e, se him- a- s ad say medical advice free to all who write.
045 s b i Mftd metees tombs hisZ the Par.oAof robbery strangled Min- 2W $ gC 9
aa M e~ Mee a ei.t self Ito his cell Inthe Tombs prison CO
d i-e maed I a s 6s us A t l early yesterday.
VL is Mes Ma~ l M 4aegt Vango used a method to encompass
01M1PA OU Rhis death which relred almost Spar-
week p.ll ma tau courage. He twisted a hamdker I
"-&W---&-alck"~-"eTHE DUTTON BAN.
eascl aroed hi. ..et and arter te. I
"-" Lto6110 in "NNW" W. in ta it wly, tightened V* with a
-&s **i Isen plees of led peall. t ..lch be
Uetd as a torquet tti U t closed
low -M FAT hi wipdps. He thea Ctrew himself f t k- N- -
Hi W T t- n th e eat, placed his hemis m der
.- n ca oan -U .... ..... -NSA....
Wi the peams, Pal h had preaw- ___
SpII IM mllmO mr O @OAT rrlSy w rt two mMs of Irwelo,.
ml to his wUve d tam other to D
t ve Jame Mrphy. who ea ture of One Doar and upward will be
Nw -- u c enived on deposit in this department.
*. ,ano "" *m TM MW pMu To hr wil he ats burt r**:Interest at the rate of 4 per ct. per annum.
fts on ft ses0 Wn -w r wVl-Do.U Ino t etenur
tmi m n. seep; why should I toy and ssor?
SF vem e J M." --BANKING HOURS-9 A. M. to 3 P. .-
M s mot to Doet etve Murphy was
I se was he.red mw n a I prstgledul mtdl Of the crime o
9 p r e a TM Ownsemen so f the wate w was charg. I *
'ruse, me epeaf th A' D*Vaf~at VWmurdered early 12
gb I* sa ee w qst the t"io of m sMarchu 1i. The hotel
one 4r so 4 b as. tlM WA bow riied, DeValisat's watch
. -- f the da --n--- wee ad th s Tampa IJacksonville
d h~ atof t&o A. C. Ls. also had bee" tamperd with. Vanu, who
M* 3W oa OMf New Terk ha been a porter the hotel, d-
a. eah as m d W"ao Dt appeared about the ti o rime WDTIV D. 1. IMS.
a 011 ima 11a l ow a" was .pe Deteetve Mur-
a M.e. Ni t*0. W. W. e pWa ou"ed hLm i Ctheso. Vanso *eo-
e- dmoa m-- he T a t f.ted that e hd pL.an"ed the .r Lve Gainesvlle for Mcnopy, Fairfeld and lo-
mee 1 n l m I m e **e* r d. d t we ta te k llin war es pointsSouth..................... 10:104
I Ow 4L. C L WL a aemb tmsin ad dome by two setompaem.
i^rd o& pe mea w4 s,- Returning, arrive Oainesille ................. 4:45
go dmed wlt eD~ ums Phebsate i0mmant% 0es1.
0a dew. 90 101 la am es.um lSe ay MAS. TI Gainevile for Sampson City, PalatSka,
am a mtMoMdwa em thes ,r vM, w we VM e a sk Stet ebt ria *' Lake City, Valdosta, and all points North 6:0p
t o* m f V mesr d ," Baurning, arrive Gainesale .... ............ *9:"
S-- g '-'is I e. t "e he wsta enWeo. .m
Sa IkOwed.ow e ph t t he saW.. A. L L s m%. Se.@ KL L L rku TrueD
amet mbumt wKMas gives m IUMe s to m
adt~r s4 fa Ne TO& t af11otm r editor and the unpst adve-
Sat -s to Mow Tot cty. : "W. we almt mobbor had ,o step f. t
A bdoe agesA&Ia4dts. V8a soW.. taempaper ich he does fu
A ,swUso"u A bs..- Leve. r- k t .
I trefore t potable news cnaw
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pduibs te@erymors1 3
so, uwS mfo et. mddtoe

madT eI er l the I et e:. the-
deomMd by earrier is the Uy.
p e d the Ueted tae. paged

-e sMiem is 10n come loctso at lan
MA s Weutfor each additoml
dolll y emrtimmn& mdekUow e

mj'y etw k -s a* e***it pae. forty.
gpW pubisheL d *ewy oMeday nad
mabd Es*aI s the a s t he
bat moerte od e ueral, in wihe e
p~ f.- ea partly of she p to
e fom atr a .eu de-dveee.
p im d the E Ire.
gin Um unseeme &W aftr am
m sdwmt' tinm oMseN, ethere'wi
3 sa rried men take b ea

F e msana, PFA.

W d etetrc c"har ought to be a
Sfor kid applig.
S- -
i still tree a s nhlne that oo
a bees a particle of help to

S Weather Bureas w destined to
0a"a I history as the greatest
dt e ag .

ad wobt's still worse, there' o
of a revision of the aeot o

t t e marrid men take heart.
grgmw woman of intellect has diW-
dag that husbandss are human

there steads the peate, too.
bn w. A lbe, dark, rough, and
d way stretched ahead of us.

y girl who has a waste basket
a r s tate t preservation can
a Mew Lat without much ost.
hr 2swers mad ribbons will do the

Shwet ead dry elected to n Co
eEty walint wrom m the
pea* becoming greatly
i rt the alew of whiskey
Oasi tbe eensea d in that

M1 the People of Florida rejoice
Sh matermatie to perfect bMalt
d JM. Prank Clark. There Is not
Is ltht dare or do Nely
mad beloved by his people.
is in hrtumate for them that such
e s kowbe Thde Ouegated to may be
their interts from the of copy-d
dmisria _

EldeLartlaille Courler-Journal says:
the present Congress was a
lda Texas representative had
128 bills. coverias the
Part of the known felds of
nativity and nearly everythlai
d Cyeeoamlght dare or do. Next
we know The Outlook may be
hi. for infringement of copy-

Us Ftorida State Pair and ULve
Il Association held the first of
W* "ies of Its horse races at Jack-
1'e l* t iSaturday under most
*vek circuamstances. The attend
0" was large, the races were on
0 o level and the opening day great
' "aPed by everybody. The track
ib bted at Moncrief Park and im
ially good for the time iti
i the promoters haie had to'lirE-
It- It will iu tiule bt' olit of
Saest Itratck in tiht,' ounitry ald
resort fur brt-ed- 't f thoroughlbretd horses

4"1 44 that 41in" l,-ul lh h.t,.
be a Uc ." ,n i,, 5(i4" M I I. ro r I
0 lt sili r t, .i .. f 11 i(t iI
Whli.t ,a l lit. ltni -,.,i,,| duj
% w trial ht i hi-l A ,,ldfI l,-1 lr 11
f P Iar f h i l, th 1 11, h l 's .

S d ha. te,uIit f n 'th Ita. t, I I ,
8that b'tt, sti,. iti*ta *,

Wed realized tL.' lra lt,.,
lby w.rf lu.



in spilt of its fre-q'l u t rep'ltitloni.
the' a1nnoulncaenllet that An.drew Car
anoKie han again asolnih'eI war Is at
wan sa matter of elo.itimate interest.
It indlate s at least thit h- In still In
goow health and lilritp. with as much
of hi .>oiithfil entthtilassm an ever.
and his nati e gift ot the gah still un-
Mr. Carnegle's latest edict against
war was lisue'd at a meeting of the
New York Pe'ace Society. of which he
is chairman. "lie of good cheer." hem
exclaimed. "There are those present
who will live to see' war discarded by
civilized nations. All goes well. Men
are soon to beat their swords Into
ploughshares and their spears Into
pruning hooks.'
It is a pity Mr. Carnele could not
have let It go at that. If the casw was
as he understood It no further state-
ment was necessary. Considerable
significance therefore attaches to his
added remark: "Never In the history
of the world have the leading powers
been engaged to such an extent in
hastening the constructokm of engines
of destruction (battleships) as at pree-
Thus, as Montaigne says, by divers
ways do we arrive at the same end.
Can It be that Mr. Carnegie regards
the rapid increase oft battleship con-
structon as an added assurance of
the world's peace? If so. he is In
perfect accord with the militant party
In Germany, to may nothing of naval
expansionists nearer home. Their at-
titude Is based on the Scriptural prop-
otlatm thas "when the strong man
armed keephth his house his goods
are in peace."
If a man tlsists upon talking all the
time It is mathematically certala, that
he will sometimes talk nonsense.


France is to be congratulated on Its
narrow escape from revolution and
bloodshed. The strike of Its govern-
ment postal and telegraph employees
was a most serious matter, and it
shows that governments are no more
exempt than private irma from labor
troubles. To be sure strikes are lees
frequent in government establish-
ments, but when they do occur they
are likely to be more formidable be-
casee of the greatness of the nlaterests
The recent strike lain Paris and other
large eaters mast have caused Im-
meesa loes to busMiness, for the mom-
delivery of milloas of letters and
hamreds ofat thouseade Of teegrame
parasaed commnenatlam between eme
point sad another. The goverammei
seems to have shown a wise Mad airm
moderation and ts heads we e as-
suredly strengthened by the ete of
confidence given it by Parliament
That the government has safely
passed through so great a crisis is evi-
dence of the growing stability of the
French people. The Republic has now
lasted for 39 years, a much longer
period than any previous government
In a hundred years. The well nigh
kaleidoscope frequency with which
revolutions and changes of sovern-
ment used to take place before the In-
auguratlon of the present republic
made France somewhat of a laughing
stock. Happily for that nation and
the world those experiences are end-

A year ago an ardent Missouri ipas-
tor of Democratic persuasion prayed
for tariff revision, but with an in-
creased duty on since, nevertheless.
The pious petition has been granted

In the tariff bill Introduced In the
House,. but whether this Missourian
should thank the Lord or Sereno
Payne for the same, we leave It to
him to determine.

The African elephant walks around
sa the band bginsl to play

How's Thise
We offer One Huudred D)ullars Re-
ward for any case of catarrh that can-
not be 'cur.d by Hall Catarrh ('ure
V J CIIENKEY & Ct' poI, do ()
Wt', th< ud,.r-iKtie'd ha'.- kaiman F'
J C(hliii. for the las I 1. > -;tr, a, mi
1. i t % a. i i lt '-rf-t ly hlion oratfl'- Il i all
hi- .t s- '- tran 'cti .i antd flMiai
Stially) l k to Eairv out aniy obliv.A
Il into ui,tilt I'1 hi flirin
S \\Al.il\I ; 1I\NA\ & .M % itlVI
\h ,,1h alt. l)rugg i ait.- "T il lu ti
Hall ('.itat. hC ('urt. t tuk,, iitte rn
tll u tii *g ,lir* .ti9 d Uit 1 us .rurfac,e of the : -t.'* I
"l' ili .l- tt fret l'rie *. '. r*' i r
..ti ould by all druggists
'sake Halls F'amlly V1110 fur cuuitl

..*,;.re.entatis. (Champ Clark. the
n'rilty eI.ader. has madl' his long-
\ d for p*Piech on the Playn' tariff
;A and son' parts of his arraign
;,t made the Republicans squirm
iolutepd out that except for a fe
"- odItloe which have been put on
free'. lift their rates were one and
i:iIf per cent higher In the Payne
; tlan in the Dingley bill. liH,
* '. asserting that It was a tax on
,hli iwmwr man's breakfast table" and
1n.1 which many could III afford to
pay. while there had been no Increase
whatever of the tax on beer which
could easily stand an additional 5o
cents a barrel, which was a luxury
which no man needed and many were
better off without. He showed the
subterfuge by which the Standard
Oil Company is protected, petroleum
being placed on the free list. but a
differential provided for In the case
of any other country placing an ex-
port tax on oil. which results In say-
lng the Standard Company trom all
competition. His speech was vigor-
ously applauded by the Democrats
but the Republicans looked very much
unhappy as he proceeded.

Salphate of ammoIa mad sulphuric
acid have been placed am the free
list In the Payne tariff il mnow peed-
Ing In Congrees. This means a great
deal to Frlorda, whieh ee more
fertillser per capital thea ay State
In the Union. At the preeemt time
sulphate of ammasls ha to pay a teo
per ceat tariff, and while we ee more
ammaois from nitrate of soda aad
other sources, yet a cut of tea per
cent nl the price of sulphate of am-
moals would make the nitrate of soda
snydleate cut their price to meeoot that
of the sulphate of ammaila. This aut
In price wouel mt affect the price of
cotton seed meal. as the latter is
used so largely as a feed. All Flor-
Ida Is Interested la getting cheaper
fertlllers,. and our members of Con-
gress should exert every effort to
keep sulphate of ammoela and odl-
phuric acid am the free lit nla the
Payne bill, for the fertile trust will
do their utmost to strike It out.

Ranm Stideo
Is net early their m Amc to increase
ti population that death minI In-
bats are, Biht out of te of 1theee
death are treetly or idireetly cau-ed
by. bowel -troubles. MOee'a h
Mir evis dievr m, Wbow rL .

of thi" atare. Juot theWatig for
atee babi a Priee Se mad Me per
bottle. SeM by W. X. JobNoem

eumberibe Mr The= IM -a-d y
lady t pu WN the aSnu

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Y"e; a esitOmak dbe-
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ivw; molbto I.AbohnumH~g

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L feail War@da .* I lend WlUMs ad L C. 1mk 3mil
i iHE: St 1\l~4ltD) FI.;' I.IMITKI-SI-I4d Pullman Vesti.
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i I' p us aid Jac'kioti 'l I ",1 I' \*- it s .iiday.
For full Information and **slcpj r reeiv atons ell as
any Agent $*aboard, or write S C B )I STON Jr Assletia
General Passenger Agent, Jacksonville. Florida.
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wide st. Baard'e Smow uItm.ent % Ill
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pal. The great and sure cure for
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The Ceilar Hole and t

Sewer Hole

By Herbert Kaufman.

A coal cart stopped before an office building
Washington and the driver d:lmounted, removed t*
cover from a manhole, ran out his chute, and pi
needed to empty the load. An old negro strolled ovr
and stood watching him. Suddenly the blade ma
glanced down and immediately burst into a ft '
micontrollable laughter, which continued for sevwj
minutes. The cart driver looked at him in amusing.
"Say, Uncle," he asked, "do you always laugh wIb
you see coal going into a cellar?" The negro sputted
around for a few moments and then holding his ha
to his aching ides managed to say, "No, sak, 6e t
est bsts aen I sees it gs' doew a sewer."
The advertiser who displays lack of judgment i
selecting the newspapers which carry his copy bfo
confuse the wer and the cellar.
An the money that i put into newspapers me
taken ou again by any mea. The fact that all paep
poame a certain physical lknes doesn't by sa
meum signify a similarity in character, and it's chaor
in a newspaper that brings returns. The editor whW
conducts a journalistic sewer finds a different class
feeders than the publisher who respect himself o
to respect his readers.
What goes into a newspaper largely determiam
the dass of homes into which the newspaper goes. An
irrespomible, ecandal-nmongmring, muck-raking she*
is logically not supported by the buying classes d
people. It may be perused by thousands of reade,
but such readers are seldom purchasers of advertise

It's the clean-cut, steady, normal-minded cities
who form the bone and sinew and muscle of the com-
munity. It's the sane, self-repecting, depeidabe
newspaper that ente their homes and it's the horm
sae that indicates the strength of an advertising
No dlean-.minded father of a family wishes to have
his wife and children brought in contact with the mna
maudlin awl banal phees of life. He defeat them
from the m national editor and the unpleasant adve-
tiser. He subscribes to a e-spaper uhich he does it
eao o maw ehout Me hma.
Theaore, the respectable newspaper can always
be counted upon to produce more sales than one which
may even own a larger circulatio but whose distribu-
tion is in ten editions among unprofitable citizens.
You can no more expect to sell goods to peopb
who kvn't money than you can hope to pluck oysters
0rom bus;:.'s.
It isn't the number of readers reached but the
number of readers whose purses can be reached that
constitutes the value of circulation. It's one thing
to arouse their atten*iom, but it's a far different thing
to get their moey. The mind may be willing, but 6A
pochtbook is weak.
If you had the choice of a thousand acres of desert
land or a hundred acres of oasis, you'd select the
fertile spot, Iealizing that the larger tract hd.d les
value because it would be less productive.
Just so the advertiser who really understands
how he is spending his mnoiyv does not measure by
bulk alone. He counts pro! i ti"'it. first. He takes care
that he is not putting hi mwn i-,. j: a .:-'r.

(Copyright. 19 8. by Trfiu.a LCz p r.y. C:... .)

"That Which Is Worth Havig Is

Worth Advertising For"
The old adage that what is worth having is worth ak-
ing for is still true true of the more intricate life of today.
The thing you want-whether it is a used piano or a
home, whether it is a ready-made business or a lost pocket-
book-is obtained readily through advertising, and with,
diSculty, or not at all, through other means.




ra r -on cotton or melon aphis (Aphis gossypil), plantlouse. or
-- b, been reported as feeding upot, nri-r. lsai thirty dlfn r%
Sf plantq.. All tiut t o oPr three of tli' itA ,il. r either .roi w l o.r
We"d i ed in Florlda. The following IIt of food plant-s contains those
BlBl monlly fouid: melon. cucuumbers land other plants of the sament
ow.tmtton. okra. niallows. citrus, bush bean. pear. clover. stravsberry.
oI weed. wormnieed. morning glory. spinach. begonia and .amestostn
Ol Insecticides Recommended.

a pi grade of tobacco dust applied dry by hand or by a powder
Sr blower, while the plants are moist with dew or rain. or applied
SgeUoa In water, is regarded by many in Florida as the best direct
Nl r all kinds of aphids. When applied by hand the dust should be
10 that it ill strike forcibly the parts of the plants where the aphids
i ja the came of cucumlwrs and similar crops it Is quite important and
Iuek to get much of the dust to lodge on the under side of the leaves.
p 11 g1ame practice this can be accomplished in a measure by giving
a strong throw sideways. Tobacco decoction is made by boiling one
f tbacinco leaves, stems or dust in three gallons of water. It can be
d p=r if necessary. The liquid extracts of tobacco on the market
do wefl against plantlice and other softbodled insects. When used
fer the dust the more efficient it will be: A will adhere better
SSo, and is more likely to lodge in the breathing pores and other
e parts of the insect than a coarse dust One should purchase a
oiei of tobacco dust. preferably some standard brand. Cheap to-
l at t Ulkely to be useless, having been leached or adulterated.
gumene emulsion is regarded by some as the standard remedy for
I e. Dissolve %lb. of soap in a gallon of water, and when boiling
M two gallons of kerosene (away from the fire), and stir or otherwise
: lu antly for ten to fifteen minutes. For use against plantlice dilute
pill 15 to 26 parts of water.
'Wefdl Msoap. one pound to gallons of water. Is stated to kill readily.
|b &Sqestly employed as a spray against plantlice. If the kerosene or
S s iap injures the leaves add more water. Other aoaps and soap
Shave been used with good effects.
C spraying such fiat-lying plants as melons and cucumbers, a short
rod with the nozzle on the upturned end of an elbow is necessary
i to spray the under surface of the leaves where the aphids princl-
*ea. Some have found It more effective to have one person lift the
wI le another did the spraying. than to use the upturned nozzle.
wt vines could be turned over on the ground and sprayed, and turned
ple when Inished. The last two methods are not especially adapted
pag wive work. but will be found useful in the home garden.
Useful Precautions.
Was we know which plants are subject to infestation by aphids we may
paueMlves trouble and disappointment in regard to the rotation and lo-
Sof certain crops. It is evident for instance. that it may be unwise
to plant cucumlwrs. mitelons. cantaloules. or other crops likely to
lafested by Aphis gosstypil. n.ar citrus trees. These latter may be
I-tasome of these aphids, and t!.e result might be, a rapid infiet.ation

A1s1 live over on wild plants from season to b.ason; it is. therefore.
Milt that much may be accomplished by a thorough cleaning up and
'l-over of the ground immediately adjoining the field shich is to be
rI by a crop subject to attack. While such a procedure might not
111011 prevent the infestation, it would greatly delay it and reduce it
Ii Lt. The vegetation on the ground to be planted should be carefully
lOW mnder, and any green ltuff left uncovered should be removed and


1)othan. Ala. Jan. 21. 1909.
Dr Kilmer & Co.. Ilinghanton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: About one year ago two
of my children suffered badly from
weak kidneys and diabetes; their urine
was very bad and they sould have
severe sells of diulness, and wer'-.
all run down In health. I was J'ast
about discouraged. I tried several
remedies and finally a doctor. but
they did not seem to Improve. I
knew of a friend who was takiag
Swamp-Root for kidney trouble with
good results, and I decided to get
some for the children. I noticed there
was some improvement after they had
taken two large bottles, and continued
to give It to them until they bad taken
a half dozen bottles and were well on
the road to recovery. I think Swamp-
Root has done more for my children
than any other medicine I have tried
and I recommend It to one having chil-
dren who sufferer as mine did.
City Clerk. Dothan, Ala.

Sparks, Ga., Jan. 11, 1,09.
Dr Kilmer & Co., Binghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble: had se-
vere pains In back and hips. Was
treated by a physician, but without
any btwnellt. I noticed some Swamp-
Root advertised and resolved to give
It a trial. After taking four bottles I
wa- completely cured. Have not
suffered any pain at all since and can
recommend Swamp-Root to anyone
offering from kidney trouble. Sin-
cerely. MRS. E. V. STEVENS.

11rins.in. Ga.. Jan '2*n*.
Dr Kilmer & Co.. Blnghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ago I suffer-
ed : everely lith lain in my back and
hips. My back pained me continually
and I felt miserable. A friend rcom-
me niie-d Swa ja,-Root. I obtained and
took the contents of two bottles when
I felt relief. My back has not troubled
nm si nce anu I can thoroughly recom-
tmend Saamp Root to anyone suffe*riii
fro:n kidney troullts. as I find it af-
forded nme reat re llef.
Yours very truly.

Boston, Ga.. Jan. 13. 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co. .Ilughamuton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ago I wal
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with
diabetes. I had severe patls In my
lack and hips. A friend recommended
dwamp-Root and I decided to give It
a trial I obtained a bottle from a
druggist and after taking a few doses.
felt relieved. After taking several
bottles the pain aas entirely gone
and I have not suffered the slightest
lince I cannot be too enthusiastic in
my praise of this wonderful medicine
and it gives me great pleasure to give
nmy testimonial in regard to its merits.
Former Mayor and Member Legis-
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp-
Root and have also sold it in a num.
ber of cases for kidtiey trouble and al
ways with perfect satisfaction


Elkwood. Ala. Dec 14. 1904.
IDr Kllmer A& Co. Iiinchan.ton. N Y
I ',ar Sir-: I have derived Puth wr.en
twneflit from the use of your reined)
Ssamp-Root. that I believe It to bI
in t important for the publc to know
itt worth. For the past ten years I
have been the most miserable of men
Nid not know what the trouble %a!
ibut had to urnlate very fre 'uentl
h,*h slay and night; wag puffed iu
.*,e,: lIv. Could not sIhep more tlia
i 'a iple of hour- at a time., as a grait
l. ,ill-r.-' -cd aftt r eating a nie.'I ani
a.t"- o wnit orn out. I had tri *d near
% c. thl.ng I could t-ee aderti'-*e
..1l4 hli ar of. %itliout helping me t,
t: % 4,r. at \t,' t. until finally In O
t'l.t r l.i-t a%. Ilia' s. \\'is.. I purchased
a mne dollar thottl. of Saamp-Root and
S,':i.en'ce.d taking It according to dl
r --toitns and I followed that with
another bottle and experienced such
;:r at relief and benefit from same
that I purchased five dollars worth at
litntsville. Ala.. and continued Its
use and am now taking It. but In
smaller doses and twice a day In place
o. four times a day. and believe by
the time present supply Is used up I
will be enthiely well. I am feeling bet-
ttr now than for ten years past. Can
eat and sleep flrst-class, in fact, I am
feeling so good that I cannot resist
telling you about it. You are at liber
ty to publish this testmonial ahoald
you wish. Very respectfally,
THOS. STA4,"1AntD. U. S. A.. Retired.
Box 7, R. ILNo. 2, Elkwood. Ala.

New Roands, La., Jan. 22, 19W
Dr. Kilmer & Ca. mmghamta. N. T.
Dear Sin: I write today to the pub.
lie that your Swamp-Root ered me
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
going; having spasmodc spells with
my kidneys that ere breaking dow
my coustitutike The best edial
Id was employed and they prmnouned
my trouble as alkali In the kidney
but were unable to do me any perma-
neat good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was isx
years ago and I ave had no trace of
the trouble. Yours for suffering men,
Pastor Baptist Church. New Rada.s La.

Blouta1vlle, Tens
I have been a rural letter carrier lor
over five years. Some two years ago
was taken with severe npains a my
back. I used medicine from my nam-
ily physician for several months with-
out any benet. A friend. Mr. J. D.
Nelson. advised me to try your Swamp-
Root. but I had no faith In It. I con-
tinued to grow worse and at last de-
cided to try this remedy and bought
of Long Itros. a fifty-cent bottle which
gave me great rellet. I then bought
two one-dollar bottles. which I can
truthfully say have completely cured
Had It not been for Swamp-Root, I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery service.
I advise all mall carriers who emt
l.iins in their back that Swamp ...Aot
ii:' cure them.
I was no bad that very often my
wife would have to help me to arise.
Rural Letter Carrier, Route No.2.

Donalsonville. Ga.. Jan. 20. 19Af
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamtom. N. Y.
Gentlemen: About four years ago I
*ufttred from kidney trouble and rheu-
mnatism in my hips. The pain aeroas
my tack became so severe that I could
hardly stiaigaten up and could not
walk without dragging my feet. I
would urinate frequently and would
have to rise two or three time during
the night causing me to suffer from
loss of si-ep. And with the pain I
was all run down and began to toe
flesh. I saw Sw.mp-Root advertised
and bought one bottle to try IL After
taking it I felt better and could sleep
all right at night I continued to take
it until I had taken four large bottles.
I was entirely free from any pain In
the back and began to gain In weight
I always recommend Swamp-Root to
my friend. as I think the cure in my
cas.e remarkable.
Yours very truly.
Donaluonville. Osa.

IDM RFteoro likeness to eOtWS *I
Si wrarpor o esySetiam
rVdgeflG Tm.J
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamtn, N. T.
Gentlemen: I hardly know bew to
express my apprecatlo hfr t he I @d
your Swamp-Root has done me. I ha
been rewatly troubled with may W
eyam and with pal in tme beak: d
with what the deetoers temed in
mation of the meek of the Mada. ,
Sometui s my h 0 wald dst I n
had tried vwemal v g n g d l
etnes to no -oed ebatO wed
noticed i smem papet Whoge IN.
mer proposed to wd a a
of his hs sy md
free by mall. I at isds
eelvcd promptly a yi
ter taking It I Id -SPI
I then to bIat t0 s
metebmt. Mr. W. 5. MK Ab
l11 the medicn I fit mbe
ma. and eeh dey redg &
teach schooL Tm at
m this fOW mn

n Mr,, l,
thie wit av *eal sa I
Strama-r oom rs. Mr.
mal ouar MaTary e~
SA. uM uI u
Ra RuMs Ne. i h a 2

not anserof tlM e.+

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SwamO Roet g&N ta
Deer it flaw At asslnI
emetly yew aad -_V&A
moe orlen time I"a
ay.1or Mgive ynm OIlg A

dos ur edt me. t 1dfs
etak. and s t waes
aetin Dmya 0 0bu ep i

mol T ownaI-.V

ras owaa Mwam-Mt. to we
aorsuserhal Iedr e ta as.
The last time I vo trly m

haig a relievei o Ses
Wtack. I naturally att b M
ftre froma m a-eAonde I
rAfter ausle M- m
bottle I was Ee--.inpg a
went on my way W" l f5
Ing Swamp-Roet te L
years ago and I have bude 1084
of a return of thea asaa.eu
I.0. IN OW a m


Dr. KIhadmw &oepl M T.&
Dear Sin: %Ae t 04" I
I aonbk"o my bhei--. tor
se bed for mea. et. Itn hfoarmul
not be ne t me. A ftr f "'n*
Swamp-Root 11ter-ra-. 1 t "
doses I felt somewhat realev '.
after two one-dolar bottles had hee
taken. I had no palmW and was N.eio
ly cared. I have not had etea stl
pain in my hack or his asos. e.
my own experience. I can eherfull

transfer business.

F. .rr mail brings unsolicited testimonials from people from all eve the
I r.t dl States and foreign lands, expressing heartfelt gratitude or what
I'r Kilmner's S amp-Root has done fur them.
Ilo not, let al onle s-ell you somne othel medicine to take the place of Swamp.
H,Mt if oii do \ou sill ble dlaljpiolinted --inlst on getting what you ash
f.or thl.rei h. no otth.r medicine as good as Dr Kilmer's Swamp-oo3,

Swamp-,l.t i not r,.eciumnenl d for \ r tiiloK ,ut ift ,ou ha *, kil. 1h o r o r ,,ladder trouble orobliged to
oift, ii d.thrli: ll I t'I ,i |' tlliu i.i tili -c- ltariig tic' hiIghlI le. ii.ir(ii t: r irr tila lou ilu i al ng or aeartidlsto
Iltoi dIll- t kiII ti% iI t i l, le '. ta i -llII t Io w ill tic fo juiol j I-I iI -e r. lice1 ol t v % Don't Be Misled-F r examp\;le. li-ii % oit a.k for lDr Klii.i a w.tai I .i ;r~ lat Ksin*v. l.lver and Bladder
H. m t d' l;:,i al t, 'c aji> erugKl-'t di it rk < e rk o -tor-. k. j r to |,c rr iii '. 1a1' lt.o iit Ii Iitg something else
Ili it i l En. E'or.\r tin live h i tu it** I ll,&! '% U AI ou toorihlI. h tlitIltute he makes mure profit.
but otl ar.e cillii .';.t .e t ti tlie i. i- h t o) tir lie faith,
rlOTE-_'. er re ad, r of The- Snii ho, t c I. i r oih l-< Sam ltoot t tli Kr* ;at Kilinew*v Li r and Ialadder Remedy,
nlita addlre. I>r Kilnu r & Cu. Iltiighanti',on \ N V atid re tse a baluiole bt. ttile fr e b) nI atll
At all dealers' in 560 and $1.00 sizes.
A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every Bottle--See Inside Wrapper

S -. .. .- ... *c I ...l. ..at j l I m warlv itrila raP I f I t t .iA rth um ret"u n t l- -

Parties having jon printing uuone ILt z 'er t t .. **a..e.e r.*.-..e .
The Sun office are entitled to one gardling the contest and vote for 1t
out* in the Bush & Safford Piano Cun lady of yuur bheims
test for each cent paid for uch -
work Don't forget this *ben In eed Isn't there something which only
of printed stationery. Road the ad- waat ad. can do for you today?

be thian to 1 1) oi matter what it ls-
a sai.t z til be a good tavestmetL
As ad .r' l -thig finds the beet maarat
a fur e* r olt.-iK else. hy not hfr ys
I pero(|al servicesl




a ggppsa. pgremoIland
-olw Woof tow CRY.

h a "Trades ExKtravaganIa'"
O eal ticket at Rutherfurd's

gehrb of Trenton Is her,' at

Thomas of Alachua was in

eggs for hatching $1 for
J. MinMso. City.
f, Haguew deputy shberlff of
ins ti the city.
atteti paid to a *les'
at ulbf"ord'5* Restaurant
&. Olped h asgone to Georsta.
be will remain for the next few

W. m=d B. R. Colaon left yester-
l a short business trip to

daughter of NMcanopy and
was a visitor to the city

K. W. Bre returned yesterday to
lrt a. where he holds a po-
with a leading phosphate firm.
SWJpa King of Waldo is among
d w to the city and while
b the guest of Miss Annie

W V. Clark of Alachua, a farmer
0t enterprisinu section, was
hisn numerous friends in the

8 5. G. Gay has returned to her
at Trentos after a short bust-
vMat here to her brothers, the

&a Ellis left yesterday for
wh, ere he will be absent for
ezit several days on business
with his comlmny.
d. R. Carter, inue accommodatitig
tf the High Springs-Citra
Mss again resumed his duties' af-
aU absence of about ten days.
L. Gee. H. Gorham. State Senator
140wood Palls. Vt.. is among the
visitors now in the .civy.
shs been here for the past several
sad is delighted with thi r.-c
b 00 the State. He will leave to-
fr St. Augustine.




Fud Chopper



Steel Cutters.


Raw Meat
Cooked Meat
\regeta lles
Clv,-e anld Nuts

luai'Iiti g or rtiatve'zi ng
G~ VA- I! ,A N'I' ia E:I )


What l a "Tradeq Extravagana'?"
Cedar Key stysters, day ad alght,
at Rutherford's Restaarat.
Subecrlbe for The Sm sad vote for
rwr choice la theM pum easea.
Good gentle horse and nice rubber-
tired buggy for sale. Apply to J.
ltart Corley, one of the employees
of The Star force of Ocala. was a
viltor to Oalnesville Sunday.
Plank's Chill Tonlc is guaranteed to
'tire hills. fever. colds and lagrilpie
Price 2:c. Sold by W. M. Jotnemut
.1. 1. atthewt ot island, an *.t,'-
- -,. fartier and wn -rlehl nt oif that .vt-
tlion. was a viiltor to (alGa.ie llh ,1 -
* r.: y.
Col. Henry S. Chubb. the gea-il
register of the I'. S. land office. ha'
returned from an official visit to
Blue Ribbon Vanilla Extract never
varies from the high standard of ex-
cellence. It's the best that money and
experiencee can produce.
If I were you, I would do a I and
partake of one of those excellently
prepared dinners cooked in German
style at the Brown House.
The editor of this paper is Indebted
to his old friend. W. B. Ellis of Cedar
Key. for a fine red snapper which
was expressed him on Saturday.
Dr. Sarah L. Robb, who has been
absent for the past two weeks in
Chicago. has returned to her home
and professional duties In this city.
J. K. Tuten of Archer. one of the
enterprising merchants of that place.
is among the visitors to Galnesville.
having been summoned here to at-
tend court.
A. M. Cushman. .the Insurance
agent, advises you along the line of
"penny -wise and pound foolish" in
his new advertisement which appears
In these columns.
Mrs. J. F. Edwards of Ocala, who
has been visiting her daughter. Mrs.
r. 1. Strlngfellow, for the past two
weeks,. returned to her home in the
Brick City Sunday.
Have several pianos for sale at
bargain prices-among them an
"Estey" Upright in a black ebony
case. Before you buy a piano get my
prices. W. L Hill.
W. R. Steckert has returned from a
business trip of several days to Jack-
sonville. where he' has been in the
interest of the Cummer Lumber Com-
pany. whom he represents.
Mrs. Percy Vyleuf Jacksonville re-
urnted to her home yesterday. She bar
been visiting the family of her uncle.
IW. E. Voyle. for the past few days
and was pleased with her trip.
T. G. Hagan. who has been attend-
ing court here for the past few days.
returned to his home yesterday. ke-
fore his dleparture he joined the
large list of readers of The Sun.
W. M. Burch. deputy sheriff of Ta-
coma. is among the visitors to the
city attending court. lie has Just re-
turned froni a i~it of several weeks
to the southern paIrt of the State.
J. M. Hillman. a prominent business
man of Anthony. was among the visit-
ors to the city yesterday on business
connected with the 1'. 8. land office.
He was accompanied by his two sons.
James and Alexander.
The study circle in connection with
the Foreign Missionary Society of the
First Methodist church will meet at
the residence of Mrs. J. HI. Padgett
this (Tuesdsy) afternoon at .3:30
( chx'k All members are urged to be

.1 :deiiiton,. a aholebale- grocer
cif .latcksoni. T e i is amioig the
proiiiitaelt ilitor to the city. He has

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