The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
Physical Description:
H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 22, no. 72 (Apr. 9, 1903).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Published Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday


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1 I.fer

I& ro



rtt io now

risT bave
men out of

ST *he Pirdla ees. dClub, simber-

M & MlwedinI
solt eo as at
l inPlsmr o- md The Doard t Coemmlestomers ef
da i ate s ttatoms have directed thel
a e~id t :.* te eoretary to earreped with dealers
a Su were on Ise eRtOgaushers relative to per-
in W eM: s private chasing slx ntdnguIhrm s for Mse at
iL a s Vi sPred-, the Oeverace's mmntom
to th"- -- -

ulto imM M lOwal W. I. ~ h rresiM ig s Ri venrs e
PNet at weo n Jau .U-vet, had a narrow eempeo
Itb Ieat & O frlm death os a buernm building ri-
Si tB hme.d. OUW thea4 at merale. The ehM was brought
O MN|d t bS, whampfe Ie em the buldig a tina critical e dl-
OtieU sad it is not H kno whether she

cow!fmeMd so The eorser's jury weh wasla in-
amgoa body was fiond an the river
O w e@hut at tUeWtoot ofmarket street in
SISudNOi- 13Jacb am smvle lMaws aday morning. r
od%@n*v -mbes.60v- trmed a verdict of murder by uan-
-So= do mwn wow. parties. His head was fiunad
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to nave been iractared in usi ater-
eat places. --
Peasacola harbor has tared we to
the river and harbor bill, according to
report from Washinten. A bIM oon-
talta N apperintlt.m of 6110.o
for Improvingl lusmola harbor has
been passed by Congress. With this
amount the dredge Caucus can be
placed back at work and kept nl opera-

duo; Wati nothemuar dpeopriatmto
W. TW v a e adnot. P$0;
3 OC & MG. read supplies, An octopus measuring four feet
SP ; P. 3 R.r&, Meeding prison across, was picked up in the bay this
Sn'U sM ; ISM s Mal, klag testimony, morning by Mr. Pope and placed on
_4*H HmSa; ped~at Mlfaetaat Co.. exhibition In front of Thayer's curio
v--a n Iiae 8b-l a jal, $10. store. where it attracted a crowd
Mar- I l8.1M.-AM members pree- of tourists. The cold water had chill-
L L t, t.he O wigbil Mls were ordered ed It and It was easily picked up with
AL. WLOW. paid: J. W. May. reWds. $1; J. W. the hand. They will grow to sixteen
Wm9 j May, ee. d hta 4, P00; T. 0. Hogaa. or eighteen feet stretched out. al-
VI 9 M 9 work, $9; A~dnasm Musetti. though that s an unusual alas. Eight
I aVgo- wo. r $.L; J. M. Clatt. read feet is an average lse for these
I 9 4. 1 09; IL T. as read work, waters.-4t. Peterburg Independent.
"o. 0; O '.. a reads. 6016; o0.
l -P. O am iea M iU ap ueo- While placing a chandelier In poo.-
g p.^ Y-. 6 C. W.. Summers, read work. tea i the Court Pharmacy in Ocala
1W M@; V. mmera, aMak e check. Thursday afternoon J. A. McKeanse
IL bkg e ev m ia. 1;: J. P. Towneon cme ina cntat with a live wire which
1a1110 621 C. W. Summe. ame, puled hlk from the step ladder on
ON;ll .no$1; ba.l.r. roa had&. $ -: .whib he was standing and when the
f .0 gea. rend hw h 3S ; J. G. current was turned of let him drop
I a O. Dal hear, eiMa up oeave1t. 56; J. intone of the largest show cases.
6 L C. MbartS ad arainga causing a deep gash back of his right
J I- m h 3 a.ind---- -- Iad deeaimets la ear and several cuts on his face and
I&m a rai m r T its L Wyme. eo.atsa b hands. Dr. Powers was summoned
L pit quest f ith. 610.; Ira S. and dressed the injured man's wounds.
O- 0 08 0i_.i... a.rMW at t quest WibO and which were not serious. The hand-
6 M-.ft.... 05.15; O 12*.; Ira J. Carter. r1y some case had just been stocked with
F9 M I t a i 4leses nquesot Wilmea, b; Ira toUet articles of all descriptions,. many
I e m B t H ; Mwer, witjeses and jury fee tin. of which were damaged to consider-
V 8 s109M 0;I 8L. IOllMae laws 1. 110.0; R.A. Caswell. able extent The losu including the
Sl6.9; V. NF. aMr. qaeaut Bryant. 3.70; L. A. plate glass top and shelves will
=; WL; WG. -.WOIM. witanea and j)ry fee ain- amount to $100. At the time of the
lS ud i gd06- OI0 uet Bryant. 0; S.P.Thomas.comsta accident the store was ell filled and
3I 5.3 LL dwes o d bIe tauest Bryant, 0.70; H. P. Hunt- caused considerable excitemientI
Oft Pm gad 8 te. ly, coroner inquest ECdlmons. 13; M
C 3. 's m e rea A. Oealey. jWry aMd witness fees in- treasurer, shositis the condidlltin of
1 J. 0. -A, egSTWMal quest m oas. 1; 1. P. Thomas, the several funds, rece-led as follow.:
L mis, 111; C. notablee. $4.4*; U. C. Haymaan. coro General reseuu- 4t17<;a1 lgsl.eral
mi V. oa. o ; : er's s lequet. 63.0; B. C. Ha)mans. road. $8.130 ;.. No I road. t.7: 16.
1; r. ToW -ed. 0rW; witness. aa d jury ainquest Johason. No 2 road ,U- f, ine. and forf.eit
M eapPlea. L .U;: 64.; W. IL. Walts, costable inquest ure, 9.133 41, Smue lit.uce. $7T> o),>.
r eOlreaid. $1.7; lehama. $3.4; J. A. Carlisle, fe C hool. en-ue-ral $!.47760; school
Id wel ats; W. ervimal oasesa. 21.42; P. 0. Ramsey. special l.t,~ 7 Total. .$.517 73
M-A w 10:; C. W. e eriminal cases $34.7i; H. o. Ms- The haond of & Kawlsa & tuo Ies
S; J.. G. Damper, are ma. lees w rigtal oasee, .44; P D) sees of the county conuit'-t. s& aordler
U ; i N Mardware-Peterson. ee ertc aal case, $1 ; &ed aipiro-ed
l.l; M. A. Mathews A. D. Chamblin, fees. criminal cases J M (;. m.Ie as allused to erect
Mn PaM. 131.14; C. C. 6J.34; R. L. lith. feeo criminal ca5e. ioles. for private telephone sire fr ,
Mk. 10.T6; J. M. ThIg- .-0; Z. M. landers. 50 per cent of Uainestlle along Hawsthorn road for a
SUA DUA &m aa S. amje ISeeame collected from No'. 1st distauce of one-half mile
L i mlead amp- 19. to March lst, 1.909, 75 J o JIampier *as lustructed. as
01111 11er afd The head of M. B. DIvla. N Bald chairman to i rite to the State C(omp
L1 e a rMd wia, R-hi. C. Sewers a6d Robt e roller and ask fur thirty day', exten-
I* 61I WWL AWft| o f ae tae puhbe w are ap slu of time on the closing of lta
I mm M mL a -i m O M Iwhu .as .o" .--
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WASHINGTON, D. C., March 6L-
Of theeigt outbera state, seh
producing more tlham 3.W ga
of turpetime and barrels of
resina, Flor iwe the i with T17.-
0M0,3W allows of tpeaioe a 190I
agpial 15,67.,70 paMeas t 17?, and
1.M93,114 barrels of rsln Il 1901
agalast 1.77 o70 barrels it 1T.
The productioU of oere tha M36,5,-
O aJMoasu of turpentine ad more
than 4,0,0M0 barrels of rost, with
a valuation of more than $14.,0
for the tarpeuttie and early $1.,-
s0.00 for the roeia. summrlaes the
output of the whole -naval store in-

dstry for 191, according to fl
Nmia y report of the Ualted
Prest Service just ompletd.
steady was provided for lan am.
appropriatioa of $10.00e by
and the report contalas the at
plete and accurate statistfs
gathered for the naval stores
In this country and covers the pud
tion for both 1907 and 198, aM
comparative Agure for the two pM
Oeorgia, Alabama,
Loisiana. North CaroL
Carolila. and Texas follow P-latl
the order named. Comparative Mi
of the production by States si |



Florida .................
Geor ia .................
Alabama ................
Mississippi ..............
Lomlianu ................
North Carclina..........
South Carolina ..........
Sexa .... ........

1.6 .250

Total ................. 34.5".490

While theee gures show an In-
crease of 2.406.M gallo s of turpen-
tiUe and 2U8,962 barrels of rosin for
1908 over 1907, there was a marked
decrease in the value of the produce
for 1908 as compared with the pre-
ceding year. This was due to the
ireat decrease In the prevaillin
prices for turpentine for 1908 and the
slight decrease in the prevailing
prices for rosin during the same year.
The value of the product for the two
years follow:
Turpentine, 1908. $14.112.377.33;
1907. $18J213.309.93; rosin. 1908. $17.-
783,309.61; 1907. $17.317.059.98; a
difference in the value of the combin-
ed output of $3.704,482.93 in favor of
I 97.
The Agures asked in determining the
value of turpentine and rosin for the
two years are based on the market
quotations at Savannah. the recog.


Turpentine eid
Gallons. Bae
15,571.700 1.774
10,119.500 1.171
3,644.300 41W
1,.134.100 n
916.400 1lo
588.950 T1m
74.350 7.

4.288.283 34.1 .,00


1908 was $4.14 per barrel sad i
1907 was $4.33 per barrel.
The number of operations lor 1
two years were distributed among 11
eight States as follows:

Alabama .............
Florida .. ........
Georgia ......... ...
Louisiana ...........
MissisiIppi ...........
North Carolina.......
South Carolina.......

Texar ............

Total ............


94 5
41 4
37 7
8 4

1.696 1.S

The increase in production fur 18
over 1907 was due to more favoral
weather and labor conditions thaA II
increased operations. But few opual
tors increased their operations, owWI
to the disorganized condition of the
market at the Ume operations COW

nised naval stores market of the menced. Figures upon which the 1#
United states. The average price re- port of production for the two ye0U
celved for tarpeatine manufactured In is based were secured by a system
198 was 90.18 per gallon. and In of correspondence and personal vTlW
1907 was 0.5349 per alloe. The to the points of production by age"M
average price received for rosin in of the Forest Service.



From oada's Dally Sm: the left side of his face was all hot
News reached this city late Friday away indicates that he failed in hil
night to the efect that Marion Zet- first attenilit to kill himself, and the
rouer. a younIg 1'n1ii aboiult I.t t'lin second shot. ahich coni|letil> ble
year uof a ge. had bt-,u shut niear bhi his head off., indicated that tOheW g
hbuine at Ite( .10e. had b .u .placed at ci, ,e r.ang, t, Ls.
luvestigi Vi Suturday re. ial.d the rixta te tiimlle
fact that thi. oucng man took hi. oan Friends of the family state that hO
life. uling u iiKg barrel shoeiKun to had nu cause. to commit suich al act.
iwrform thel deed, but no cause could auil ith kiew noIbthingut uf I-' ,i'e
i". am 'rilt.d for the set lie hiad left ti.,i- ,iii l hih Itx ) as, f. ol lf*
the house to go out huntinglig. so I v A.ll at lil.. it K, oliantd 4 .r- .1 to
iforn~ td bl. I |oihle., and when lu lit hi e i> r.ull as he. I.l. .eA d, hut e.,*, to
vaWnme hi brother ut-l to look for .'ti kill. I, h ad ii. .er btee l :,-,'i rt-4
I t111 It.e.t a ltm fAiled to ComUle )hac tk ti lh Il tiiglt
and ftouilid hil dea'd ciul a "hurt dist The funeral aw.rwites cr,. lI at
ance- flu t I h. bou his h. I M llJ it hu a d the houe s.d tl- relailu la il t -t
twin-g uari. in the family bur>itu g round Ace t
lHoward lteckhalu. on leariling of tidg utar the. hume. Saturd.jy
the affair. enDiapalille-d a jur)> of in 1 .Ii'(,
qure.t lieed the reiiialtus a&d de-idrd
thai the lad had come to his death The buildtig tue siulioler of Jait "
by hib usu hands, the act btlus pro- 5mivli leued uuetelwu builidjui pr
meditated mIt between 8 I a and p
A ilahans w aiM s hal Thrdana. he m t 4of Rh l




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onKVt.W 0m ChaptNer M ad MUt tee
SMiKBn Tl----.

SIThreday was the regular meeting
WWI MEi viday of Kirby Smith Chapter. I. i). C..
for the transaction of monthly besl-
es, n-adse -sual a large member laid
U Cfaside other duties to attend. Few, If
qIt list any of the members. however, had any
e 4M of what was In store for them
until they arrived at the home of the
preseat, Mrsn 11. H. McCreary. where
i a l ha the meeting was called. and were ac-
S LA. ha l Ut lt Hesee m slick corded a reception In honor of Mrs
di aL__ _t_ a _*t_ t ge me ye yag girt in Anita 81.ence. a viFiting nieubi,"r of
I N*lp _i..-bSe o Wse to. ~e g o mfar tale New York Chapter. of which Mr3
2M a 1a1 ammpedm1 the pealteetlry. a place Judge Parker Is i-r, sident. Mrn.
Vk s 1IS land. Why he has Spence in the guest of Mrs. J. F. Mc-
in'i -r g g _- m tar it me ao the *sevem Klastry. Jr.. and bears a most cordial
letter of introduction from Mrs. Park-
gift be i eem p g d g er commeadiag her to the Daugbters
D gi gqalM gst Prls. ator he w scon.o the Confederacy wherever she may
Si8 g ad to al p the MSut of North 'be. Kirby Smith Chapter never falls
I* ias" a 4metmemt. to make visitors feel at home. and on
b"5I"1 htl upri he had a rather Thish Oeesion the ladies fairly trtet to
,MiOgr. ewltdlaed everybody oetdo each other In making the af-
1 a w h a W t, sad that tersoosm one long to be remembered
e a pOw -S M IWh TbreT d urin The tower Soor of the home. which
SbE eaw sar ugtt @ 04me of to elegantly arranged for entertainilg
a to m. TIhe t oo jsut such ocasioms, was thrown
S f t e > Ielar t s-. into virtually one room. and was hand-
a ta a"L t -ut gtely for tthe *omeIy decorated with the colors of
."-' by b he w- able to emape. the chapter and tiny Confederate
'W bw e, but there Bag. An Impromptu musical and
aII aW e ab ului nmt M of the white- lwry program was carried out Mrs.
onf ty" I te d 10h1"be was a cK instry and Mi r va Ward treat-
f"bet~ha it& d&ise."'lag the assemblage to most beautiful-
omBiSt-h aGeorgia prited ly rendered vocal solos. while Mrs.
rI hoAwl aSh tfe 1gdll- Speace delighted all with two recita-
I4III I Dr. Cl. by tons. She la an excellent reader, and
abapl by bm@gae he all were delighted to again hear hpr
6m hbe aAer sw0 ..and Oalesville's favorite musician. Miss
S to e- aditef hle. Ida Burkhl. presided at the piano.
sowShEllmIn afgsi at -ad added much to the evening's
Sw! m pleasure. After the exercises the
+,, '1 a guests were invited Into the dining-
a w a6" r~m room, where delightful refreshments
m& ot 9 tio and l were served.
h b e b- eied et t t t was without doubt one of the
nowg me w* p w.-a." most interesting and delightful meet-
ligs the chapter has ever held,. and
the bhotess was congratulated by all
a for the clever master in which *ae
had surprised and entertained them.
The guests departed to the strains
of Dixie, played by Miso Burkhim.

AOed Ur lunti.m
s bYou e will hnt a god while before
Mee And a preparaies that Is equal
| wg. Ore, who was to Chamberlaim's Ustment as a cure
~ a O W. ..psed for muscalar and rheumatic palas, for
.W g, gigAm the eare o sprai sand soreness of the
S7_ WW O a bIMBs, dt muscles. It to equally valuable for
H t e to ve r -m W GOree lame hack and all deepeeated muascu-
aw to hbesh pagv 1At M to Islar palas. 25 and 65cent slas for
hat wha be saw Mr. Wyae s la by all druggists.
6"a anbe "Pow to be aow
*,NOg asa he put ap a u agt whigh. Wiedmer *ehe*I RepOrt.
O NOhr i..s.. we.M. ho ea Pmeewag is Nthe rou of honor for
.. W t.* Mf t i I the Windsor school. having a total
M g"I e wIsho w the, sw i e1m earallnt of nineteen and average
Sa W dalda60tw donS,.ate eado attedames of fourteen:
--o w- POOMMY. Mr. rabhia Thomas. 98%: Minerva
Wh--a S. t.he tJ St The Tomas.98; Jesse Thomas. ; Guay
(WhN lplr etho was no grunad Htau, 96%: Pearl Storey. 9 S2-; Edna
|o w3iriam-. Itimm|. H; Evelyn Story. 93 1-;
"Mv. Wpin ha mnan friends is Katdryn latimer. Sz%; anny Storey,
mt i Arvy Almshs emstle who wIn 92; Madge Thomas, *i. Mrs. Lula

kA Cremalyea

i Almost Cremated

SM W P*e&h--N*NSA the wOU S *e" with him
*l680 lW ONto O. tthe t re
ull am it is amid when thy had promised
w to O l egIone-6 to simbwarm t el man. be at once
Wbi home by a eed v act maaN he= tth
ad ngase= dey. p n -dpleane d by Colemaa's home.
Sd bd mas to help hm, It is charged that the young men
f IB Mdf the a-. aft apo= their aged victim and beat
-M w a t Ihedo ab i munmrcifully. After they assault
a--Jea--ated of and bOIlsed him. they placed dry
t 9saweited Dim. staw aound his body and stat
Sg bhe m0e0 t is itn srkf
6 ha w I hehaglagn S tob roaumht b as to him assist-
~Sa he d eated it to Mr. mame aad when he was approachlus
SON N the pm. at um- me of the youa amena hot the boy.
*0jd Nhwhg hem rp arue to musing a panalful ah wound."
I u-lne bSOW *a aM ally A physteias was kept busy all alght
# 1 IY M-- it is lati- trylag toeave his life. It is asld that
hinM- te SIMeoe4 to as epwatlo win lbe maessary to save
'10 s10 0 Old hi if he w go his lk Wheen help reached lhim he
M omOw to M. was Inseanm

a Saving Account


w Dankers

A 8""ja w
Is not pretty sor pleasant. Whether
It's eased by aeuralgia, tootbache or
seelint, Baulard's Snow Liniment will
reduce the swelling and relieve the
pala. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism. euts. buma. bruises.
emald-any and all aches and palas.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
Library Association Meeting.
There will be a unieUng of the 1.I
brary Assuoiatiou Tuesday afternoon.
at 3 o'clock p. mn. at the roomu of the'
uasoc stion. fur the purlot' of electing
a president fur the enbuaing year. and
for the transaction of other business
II. V HA.MII'TON. lP're.ailwt
llow can any person risk taking
uenae ulaknaown coug h rme'dy aben
ul.'a> lliontt.v ~ad Tar comt s them noI
more'" It is' a saft r<.lad). << tain
no harmful drumgs asnd taures the niu'rt
obitllnate coughi anid cold. \iWh) ex
periluint alth )our h alth? Iln-lat
ujun latIhaing the KIiUviue ulti)'s ilulin
ey and Tar J W VMcCollum & Co

The O'he- H.If.
*h l',, I', ', I '. ,. ,l t ,-% l 11 r1 1 I, .,
ser ,..v.tat ". I '" llf n .irf iw l
di I -tii1
I >. I 11 .." I :'..1. 1 4 ItI I
lI ll.t,,l I' "
Vule ) a Hlilt) illd la'r turft (UUgh.
quickly. strengtheus the luun, and ri
p.l colds Get the genuiue la a yel
l I tI.cka4e J W MiCulluu. C ('u

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bdgwkh ago-".a
I ia"Rdse ift g 5 i5mpdalo s
i~mdto~ DaI sis 1Mev at, whic

uiburs~. i as able to pub= 0and
And d W'VOWlebse -SO I *
THRZSam&S: 50c A~M SSlO
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smeL a MID

Douglass Tlks of Killing
_-- do a i iaa

at the H-eights in Al

Thomas Douxila. the negro arrest- ')ouglans killed him.' and knowiall
"d and brought from Qulacy on Fri. amount of animosity that the sil
day by Sheriff Ranmey on twoj"arges,"d aralnt me I de ldcd to te
S hit from Orange Heights until the a&
assault with latent to kill ad also was cleared p
murder. was asen at the Al by a Sf ,w .&..a..*. a .-..... ... u .

reporter and talked freely of the kill-
He claims he is entirely lmoent
of the charge of murder, but he left
the scems owlng to Jealousy existing
against him by then agoes of the
"On the aight of the kiulta." sa&d
lougbs. "we wore all at a festival
gves sear Oranxe Heights, and the
majority wre more or tlo under the
Mifluence of whiskey. la fact. all were
drunk. and as there was so much
shooting goino on around there it
would be hard to tell Just who fired
the shot wbich killed the maia I-
"Sbortly after the man fUell som
one nla the crowd bahollered out that

eame beck as far as Waycross.
I worked for some time. or uasti
.ember 1. then coming down u
as Highland. when I wrote for
wife to come to me Some dof
Orange Helghts people. learalna
my whereabouts., preceded her
while I was walting at the depot
meet her I saw them aliglht from
train and I made for West I
w ing finally at Quincy until m
Douglass stated that he lateandd
seeure a lawyer and was positive
be would come clear when the -
was called for trial, for the a
was shot with a shotgun and hbe b
of no such weapon being an
around the fesUvaL

1U I I MA UM To Ca T To l ML

The good-will, kindest regards and best wish-

es of each officer and director of the


and you will always find a cordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquarters-every conve-
* nience afforded toi make our place plea.,sant
and agreeable to those who call to see us.

"TH: NE" Ill I. IAIII----


Bush & Safford----The Gainesville Sun




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He Hae Another Living
b Osegrga. Which is

a Cim0. tUe veterinary
bet e boseen making Gaines-
b Me for the past six or
M ddenly took his de-
Wednesday night, preum-
m- i North Carolina.
of the Dotor's sudden
Galanesville can best be
I eIIar twag. which was clip
T11 Meeeeager-latelligencer.
b Wadesboro, N. C.:
So man who amounted to
Dr. A. b. Cllae. the veterl-
Wa located here several
ever sucesedead In getting
g i about so much tI such
e as did that worthy. It
gI mbered that Cliae came
stateeboro. Ga.. nearly
.Mtl e ago sad opened a
Goe hesore.
| o ft been In Wa4dsborn
be was arrested on war-
,1 Itatesbore charging him
aoeaed weapons andM
After a long fight he
extradilted to Georgia and
%M was acquitted of all the
ballot him except that of
eaanaed weapons. He paid
of the court in this case and
to Wadesboro in high feath-
again opened an office and
Swrry one of the best young
if he county. He failed in this
ft was discovered that he had
fwl Ina Georgia from whom. It
l n. Ihbe had never been di-

MCae was In jail here during
against being extradited to
h in some manner, got hold
n ws and attempted to saw
oft d Jall. In this State this
offense, and the gracd
aM tO January term of criminal
land a true bill against him
4OWtOMg to break jail. Cline.
f this. fled the State before
| be arrested. This was the
,=rd of him here until the news
al rrige. contained in a spe-
40atch of February 17th from
VUlia.. to The Jacksonville
5Tees-Union was forwarded to
A&'L by a friend living in that

FIJ making his departure Dr.
tld several of his friends that
btelded returning to the city. but
ingt with his wife to North
where he intended getting
imI r evidence to completely ex
ummA hbU and return here to make
<1 ty is home.
Ie IWt a larger part of his effe('t
if-, ad among soune of his iwrsonAl
*I a better was seen which came.
- the sheriff at Wadesboro stating
b8 everything there had been clear
i4l-hst him and congratulated him
it hs marriage and the fact that
i1 sOW living the sinaple liT' arnd
f to improve himaihlf generally.
h Doctor took a,, cotmi.
Sboam this city and had his young
allo-w bhin on the morning train.
'F I0tsUng again at Hague. a here'
Boarded thet train.
s Vlerence to the' linig wife ii
sk the matter is taos be lg in
ited by parties in this city, and
its will be known within the'

, e w dab
*' Citae had made many
Sad it li to be h tM tura prepared to sho%
0000 Gso far as the' et'(onid
,1mred. at least

ltht he'
a ('l.-an
Aife- is

-Reilgous Author's Statement.
55'. Joselth Ii rp, 1cj I ~.aI -
t "1.N. C., sho I?- te'. author eellot rv
4W 9Gv5U 1ic it..d a t FIa I ad ,i. %# t ielle atc

31111t. pai s IIIilly ideall a-trail' I

utU) 1#4Sit 4 eaat 4- (titre. eId

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141 i ai~ t 8 a. 1 ,1-a iC *C l&e I I

J. w McCollumi & Co

Wouldn't any woman be happy.
After years of backache suffering.
Ikys of misery, nights of unrest,
The distress of urinary troubles.
the finds relief and cure?
No reason why any (;alne~i:..
Should suffer nla the fac of evi-
dence like this:
Mrs. John Smith. 307 E. Magnolla
street. Galnesvllle, Fla.. says: "1 suf- from a weak back and sev.e
pains in my sides for a long time I
could not stoop without experiencing
sharp twinges through my body and
if I did so It was difficult to regain an
erect position. I was also subject to
headaches and at times was very
srvous. Wbhe I saw Doan's Kidney
PUills so highly recommended fur
these troubles. I procured a box and
began their use. In a short Ume I
felt much better. The pains lost their
severeness and I galaed in strength.
I consider Doan's Kidney Pills an ex-
cellent remedy and am pleased to
recommend them."
For sale by all dealers. Price So
cents. roster-MIlburn Co., Bufalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the same-Dosa's--d
take no other.


Occurred in Sawdust Reserve of Coffin
Factory Plant.
At 9:55 Friday morning the fire de-
partment was summoned to South
Gainesville, where it was found that
the large receiving vat for sawdust
at the Coffin Factory was on fire and
burning fiercely on the inside.
liefore the arrival of the department
the employees of the mill had their
own pumps at work and two nice
treasms were playing upon the burn-
ing sawdust in the reservoir. and it
was found unnecessary to turn on
water from the city hydrants.
The damage will amount to very lit-
tle practically, the largest loss being
the time of the men and shutting
down of the plant while the men
were at work on the flames.

For Diseases of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as eczema. tetter. salt rheum and bar-
bers' Itch, are characterized by an in-
tense itching and smarting, which of-
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
sleep and rest Quick relief may be
had by applying Chamberlain's Salve.
It allays the itching and smarting al-
most instantly. Many cases have
been cured by Its use. For sale by
all druggists.

Notice of Application for Special
Notice is hereby given that applica-
tion will be made to the Legiplature
of Florida at the regular session to
convene at Tallahassee on April 6th.
A. D. 1909. for the enactment of a
law prohibiting the sale of Se.a Island
or upland cotton in the .eed in the
county of Alachua during the months
of August. September. October. No-
vemtber and December of each aind
every ),'ar This February 6, 19A.

Race Suiciade
is not nearly the menace to increa',
In population that deaths among in
fants are Eight out of ten of these'
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bowel troubles McGe(e's Itab)>
Elixir curen diarrhoea. d)sentary.
sour htonac'h and all infant aili-ntits
of thil nature Just the thing for
teethinlli able's Price 2?e" and .0' ipwr
bottle" Hold by W. M Jiohnsot

Thanks 'Her Friendsi..

s r t 1' 0 .1 1r tt~ach'li-rLe~c

-ir. t fat tie r e4t-uI ti I IIt I( t
hilteec I A ,I h' "'II I S 1111 e4u1e)111 1 a
I II I- I I I' I %A IA.r I fela normlu

m t,, II e ; I II(


The Horse Became Unmanageable and
Threw Rider on an Old Stump,
With Abeve Results.

Henry Stanley of Paradise, who
works with one of the companies do
ing business there, was seriously In-
jured on Thursday by being thrown
from a horse while he was out oa his
official business.
In being thrown from the analmal be
landed on an ol stump, with serious
results. His leg was broken. also his
shoulder and arm, and la all he I
generally bruised up, although It Is
not thought that he is Injured intern.
Dr. J. C. Dshop ato Alchus was
called to the patient and did every
thing possible for his comfort thile
setting the broken bones. but the
young man is in rather a se~ o -

Prof. H. A. Hewell, of Havana, Cuba,
Reemmends Chamberlailn's
Cegh Remed1y.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user and friend
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, but
never In my life have I reallaed Its
true value until now," writes Prof. H.
A. Howell. of Howell's American
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the Bliht
of February 3rd our baby was taken
sick with a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the following night
his condition was desperate. He could
not lie down and it was necessary to
have him in the arms every moment.
Even then his breathing was difficult.
I did not think he would live until
morning. At last I thought of my
mother's remedy, Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. which we gave, and it afford-
ed prompt relief, and now three days
later, he has fully recovered. Under
the circumstances I would not hesitate
a moment in saying that Chamber-
lain's Cough Remedy, and that only,
saved the life of our dear little boy."
For sale by all druggists.

Death of Mrs. Barren.
The sad news was received Thurs-
day night of the death of Mrs. J. F.
Itarron, which occurred at Evinston
in the afternoon. after a long and pain-
ful illness, she having been confined
to her bed for sometime by paralysis.
Deceased was the wife of Postmaster
llarron, and was about 56 years old.
She was a devout member of the Pres-
byterian Church and loved by all for
her many charitable acts and ex-
emplary Christian spirit The be-
rea!ed husband has the sympathy of
the entire community.


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 active con-
dition you won't get sick. lallard's
Hlerbine relieves countipation, inactive
liver and all stonmach anid bowel trou-
bles' Bold by W M. Johnson.

Continued Until Monday. 4
From Friday's Dally Sun.
The case of SHule White. charged
with assault. sho was to have been
Kilv'n a pre-liminiary hearing before
Jutdgio ,Maon yesterday. has been post-
poiend uutil inext Monday.

A Pleasant Physic.
Wh Ien \o)u wanlt a pleasant physic
gle ('haniti.Hrlai'a HStomach and
I. .r T'aibltt.- a trial They are inlld
anld ge* Itti' Iln their action and always
priiu t, a Iplh.i.-ant talhartlic effect
('iall at ai druilg .-i<>r, for a rua iplt

He Meant Dollars.
"Ohl ('ui-t l.anil-d In thiii ,a ,ut ry in
hl- feet i .u )e'ars ag" Now be's
gut tlill ,I3M "
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I '. r n l r !,.r

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P16M&Imm gmm woho. i
malsbe S missed huSkes
an a d mai me ad IS WhNW
'go sooled" ba yea. DIRM
soe"at up so lergeet her
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-son o S@S 4weon swimeed

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far I%
4mbume Vfts@MNM offs"* ask
V& & K.900 od L W
is NNW a OWN
43%, a" smulf 41 do Hold
is embmvm ft Ifti.
WV=d shommuld
a UPW wtvVe 0 fWdwr

We doWd 4dowlim to Ow
I*ft am* WE swo
0 gook flobbsowns,
gap" wwo an Boom or.
gm a momb ~
simmen an
Valk Was Tm no@& nor Tw
tft Odloofts boftm:
IWI Abolm Omm IS&
d so V#Wft me N-lb
@No T fm wo in Goinow
a ft slow
oft a Medea air
d UK am bo" Mla *VwT
dlim wN weigMee I*

so" n MOLM

m sm" tw ow bftb
sold beamob

so fts ow
ow so so Poll MININ&VIS Abe
04 OW 6 1 ON 13 a Ubb-
so brow so
map. -J. X* to MONO" an
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m rwamok Im sanasoaa rDr.

hens -hs s aa a m
g a be ba t fay s o
0*a9s"m w m dLt a ea e se a
vow bA *-

viaa U"te reaa a*
nwA ateadt -- Dr. Kima's
SB W. NPrem te very hbs-
II Plea ao e dm gobth
l MiA-e-- im It ti they vited
evsetop ndr a fbe samp
bkstwe e onmt & pmle eeM de of tst
-at native vvee ia eve the moat
d.... -seof kidney, livw sd

a p of- thi tpapow you
ft =m a ew a thwe lettedo preonm

wet mm aeastly ieembis to Dr. M
m & aOsmpan. No em n adoubtm
doodma sd boawt estimosy.
eSwaet is gepae e*sly by Dr.
Khmer & Ca. Labgra-Irl-e- Dlahsmi-
ow. N. T.-(Dst esperimest-If you

need a meodisie yous haouM have the


lr~m so-am tobeebw

ff~. s FARM

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Albb ts ~m WI

I mtum Fmeam JeMe
J. I. verses. Lwo is now travel
le Is th i trt aO rnod machinery.
be relaturnd ram t. Johns county,
where he has bee h or the past sev
aml days. He states that that part
of ortida is very active ad bhe noted
with pleasure that the country was
fall of tourists. Good roads in that
sectoes is doubtless what has drawn
them. and be says that more will be
built the coming ammer.

Card of Tkanks.
To all ths.e friends who displayed
towards uas such tender consideration
and kiadly sympathy In the illness
sad death of our beloved wife and
mother we deslre to express our beart-
felt thanks, and In this way assure
ach me oo f them of our deepest ap-

Date Ala., Jea. 21, If.
Dr.. O lmer & ao.. maemi.a. N. Y.
Get -meHAl: About year wag two
at my dhiM es msred badly em
werk nMd ,s md dlbeses; thebfr uaic
W eId- dw r wou. I have
sevwoere ps tf diaaimmes, ad wr
a usl daws ia boa I was just
abo t-e sI I tresd mveral
emedles aMd maly a daSee, but
hy di Nat m sto Iimpve I
b aw of a framnd awho mS ad
awa~4m et hr Medem trembTe wh
Wane ea i sad I su 1 a60 gat
ian Fees" am 1 8 0a faa "tl
Sew the alMw. i Imateed there
was same I !pe mentor aay hbad
tibes twa lea bI ees, sad eamtlamd
0 save If t See mail *e ad tsOiae
a haw deem bolas and were we l em
the read to Meevery. I tak Swam
"at ha donea oere hr m em
thm my eher msdllme I trIed
sa I resumed I to am havig chi C
drema who s erW as me did.
Ctky Cerk. Dam, Al.

Barku, Ga.. JaU. 11. 19.
Dr. Khmer & 06. ihmeW N. .
Gessmles: S~ome time aS I was
trmbled with kidny trombO; had s-
were la I bmk sad him. Was
tsays :U a b arde bet vlt mt
auI a I Aodod ommeswanep-
Wea advertised ad selve to give
It a trURalA. Afr talg sr bottles I
waOm eO mee Wred. have not
suaped may p alta der sam d can
remmI d v ema aEt p suyege
Ml a to st e me

hisess. Ga.. 3a. 3,13W.
Dr. Kmer & C.. Ms. II T.
Gesntlmen: Un Vage I bske

M n o .ea m dm&
I d II dl lly11 1 n M
1 -10- Of Sobean s whem
m dse sam l I esm heMNly roeem
0m=4 wM~a et to men msrimp
bm IMei Vt lsft s, as I alit a-

atesm. Ga., Jan. 1i, 1Wm.
Dr. lner & Co., mghamte N. T.
Gheme-: SMine time ago I was
tabled with kM*ey trouble. I thOght
for e, ume I was suffering with
diabetes. severe pains In my
bak sad btps. A friend reeommeaded
SamP.R"a"saId decided to gIve It
a Iobmtned a bottle from a
drW and after takl ng a few doses,
e rehlieved. After taking several
bottles the pal was entirely gome
and I have not suffered the slightest
since. I eam"et be too enthuslaste tin
My praise of this wonderful medicine
and It gives me great pleasure to give
my testimoeal in regard to its merits.
faPormer Mayor and Member Lgis-
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp-
Root ad have also sold it in a num-
beof cases for kidney trouble and al-
ways with perfect satisfaction.

Whwee, AMl D 14. I .
Dr. Ktllr & C0. sm-hl-me M. T.
Doer 1irs: I hve derived such great
benet from the use of yr t
swamp-RoaL, tt I beluev It i bt
moat Impet ta taer paMe toa a
its wer er the pl te rm I
have been the meet miserable of me.
Did amt oew what the treMble wa
but bad to malaise wry tl
both day and aht; w"as p P
general. ColdM et sleep mot tha
a eaplet of bors at a time. was great
ly distreed after eattai a meal ad
was about wore out. I had tried ar-
ly everything I mNM see advrtied
and hear of, witet help me to
any gre t estMat, atl hAlly IN 00
tober eat at Ripma Wis., I pur-aied
a omedolar bottle of nwaamp-Ret md
emmmneed taking it secrdisst do -
reetfso sad I se"mwed tha with
mother battle sad epsrmetd a"A
great reaf ad banl frm sawme
that I puraMd I"e dollars worth at
Huntsvolle. Al e sad esdmnd m
emendm=newtaing t. lbut i
smaller dose sad twise a dey lI plase
of ear times a day. atd beMie by
the tmo prseat supply Is uad up I

e a sleep ads me. is trote, I M
sas s gmod that I esman rea
tellegyem about IL Tes 8m at Wl-
ty toi puabih tid aOdmmid Sed
ye wish. Very 0e7eMi,
THOS fAIan U. A.. etire
OBes 7, I. L Na ntesd, Ala.

Now Sam, La., Jam. N. 1N0
Dr. Kltmer & Ca naem T. N.
D~er rOs: I wrti tody d the apub
an that yare aed mo
ot kImdne @n1e. I was ameet -Pt
g lmg; a s spamudie ahewm i th
my kWowes, that w breeo dawn
my cemautlas. The bet medcaM
aM was empl~ d they wanted
my tanebe as &"l in the kiloeys3
but were able I* do me say peWm
I ook touwr battles d Iwam-e
sad b me a woll man. This was ca
years ago sad I have had e teee of
the trouble Y oursn hrw M Ma,
Paster Baptist Chure Now Reads, La

I have been a rural letter carrtr hor
Over Ave years. Some two year ag
was takes with severe palas i my
bac. I uged meaine from my -
"y phtelsaa hor several mmats withw
out any beat. A hrised. Mr. J. D.
Neom, advised me f try yoer Sw mp- I had lt It I oel
Uud sto grew worse aMd at b" do-
eidedto try ths remedy atd
of LMW Bres. a atty o st bottle whi
eTO s4e re met. I tes beght
two e lr bWOWs, which I M a
truttmlymy have esmpletN eWured
Mad it k at bees hr Swampaeet, I
would have be eempe ltd s it the
nral free detvery enrvie.
I advise aml ml carries whe gt
palu H *t ir hack hat S*wamMbat
wIM eute theUm.
I was so bad that wery oRtm my
wte wepM have to help m to artse.
I Raral Ltter, R e No. 2.

Damalsoavae, OGa. Jan. IMS
Dr. KiEaer & Co.. Blaghama.s, N. T.
GeUtleme: About four year am o
suafred from hideey trouble Sad rheou
matlam in my hips. The pain aeroas
my back became so severe that I could
hardly straighten up and could not
walk without dragging my feet. I
would urinate freqeutly and would
have to rise two or three time during
the night, causing me to suffer from
lose of sleep. And with the pain I
was all run down and began to lose
flesh. I saw Swamp-Root advertised
and $ought one bottle to try it. 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 friends as I think the cure In my
case remarkable.
Yours very truly.
Donalsonville. Ga.


Do lkMfer llkmnen I son the ea.
a"e wrapper of every bottwa.
dx eld. Tens.
Dr. Klmr & Co. Bhhamto N. N.yT.
0eMatam: I hardly kow how I
ress m W s tionmt for theW g"

agr y troubled wth my M
mys, sad Owtk pam In teM back a;e
with what th deters termed inlm
imtio' oft m eCk of the bladder. my eark would et isee
dape that I was almost bhelplem.
had trti4ed -T l doctors sad me
et"M to o- e t, 9adO Melly |t I
NedMd tnMme paer where Dr. Ia
U' iepoped sdtosow a sampklo bs
of rti kly medicine. wampS4t,
tree by malL I seat at omee ad rs
adPed inm*Y aamPle blet.A&
sUr NUdl tHl htmd It did me an&
I thm purchase two battles rm w
merbut., Mr. W. J. aNer. After h .
leg the mdiise I felt like a anw
maa., sa edeb day reoe ave mies to
toeah ecbooL Tea are at Mbertr to
ua tbaI tletta, o r anyone to
me, as I will always be glad to be
them what a weederfUl remedy this
Swanmpoot is. Mr. Jams Ivea, at
mdaevile, 1-o- Ter.. is taking it giB
od results. Very traly yors,
Member Teanssse Lalature.
Raral Rute No t4. =geld. Teaa.
Dotban. Ala., Jan. 21. 1W.
Dr. KrImr & Co.. Blghamton. N. T.
Der In's: Have bee suafferltng
mor Ioraes from kilaey trouble for
the last re years and was induced to
try yom Iaomp-Root Am happy to
may, or give you testlmonmilal. that It
has eurd me. I as a traveling saes
-a for Moesrs. Colgate & Co., New
Tork, sad am always traveling on the
read. Drtainklng the different waters
aleteod my kidueys.
Tours respectfully.
Jackson. Tea.
Aofe gng to my experience. I de
aMt oemdir there Is anything to equal
-Swampaet for kidney sfeeton.
Twlee It relieved m when I was
Iesmu oly hoepless.
The hat time I was traveling la
Tezas wvhe my k dys become af-
htedl, sad lor tea days I suffered es
erciatdag paans, aomMpaaled with
severe ebOWLs. eTral years previous
havlme bees reviewed of a nllar at-
saek. I satarally Mst r*oIl as b-
%ro ftm SwaWmRod
After aaing four of the largshl
bates, I was completely restored sad
west oa my way rejoicalg and praus
Ing Svamp-Root Tkhis was three.
years e and I have had so Indicaltes
of a =r m of the aletion.
J. C. 8MITH. Jr.,
Thirty-third degree Masoa
Waycross. Ga.. Jan. 5. 1903.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
Dar Sirs: During last October I
suffered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who pre-
ecribed for me. but his treatment did
not benefit me. After reading some
Swamp-Root literature. I decided to
give it & trial. After taking a few
dose". 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
pa n in my back or hips since. From
my own experience, I can cheerfully
recommend Swamp-Root to anyone
suffering from kidney trouble.
Yours very truly.
Mr. Martin conducts a cart lg and
transfer bUtlnes.

Every mail brings unsolicited testhionials from people from all over the
United States and forel lands. expressing heartfelt gratitude for hbat
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root has done for them.
I)o not let anyone sell you some other medicine to take the place of SanJf
Root-If you do you will be disappointed-Insist on getting what you ak
for- there is no other medicine as good as Dr. Killer' Suamip loot
Swamp-Reet is not recol.ametudd for evr' thing. but if you hate kidne., or bladd(.r trouble or iblilg-ed ti g)
often during the da' and get up many) tifnie during the. iltght, have smarting ir Irritatlun Il ia&ilg or l ,.it .iturt-
ance, due Pt) kidu*c trouble. Swanlp-RoeMt aill Im. founded just the remedy v,ou ned r d.
Dent Be Misled--Fr e naiihpile hen ),.u a.k for IOr Kilmer'i 8tsanP-Rot,. t.e Great Kidnyv I.l .er anwI ll,,1 I, r
Remedy. don t allow any drugsist drug e.rk or stor. keeper to Iersuade. )ou litoe bu)illg su lletlihg .1
In Its lilac.' K. ery tine he succe e. iii> e l,.laK ou a worthless suhbititute hie uke. uore. prlit,
but )ou are huna.tigge.d at the exi.'.,,. of )our health.
NOTIE-Ever' reader of The Sun who ha t.t tried aSailiR,.oot the. great Kidae#. Li.l. er aI u l lladdl. i It, I ,1
Way jaddre.. 1)r Kllr.ur &t o liinhanijtoN \ 'V d ret.- e -ans.ijlt. bottle fre.e by nu11l
At all dealers' lu 60c and $1.00 sizes.
A Sworn COrtifloate of Purity With Every Bottle.**ee Inside Wrapper

There aret, 111 g l gri ig liii .anctue Cirt v fiti ySlo Ci'diiI em' II*- ~ .Fr th eitI
Ithe VA bo' % It 11 %alute b4i'li'1kU1t c r.s thti' iation u dil~~kter *$3041 'A fu tr the be Lu a
men.'~ b sujiteoie-d 1% 0111 *"dilatd ate1llerut of life formuula at)j, ho as tbe si~ll o
tiallaiicd. arv ulaui-eidt Ii.des-igning re tilt of the, arr#.L.t itnd trial gi? I,#-- ta
?-hagrlue-ras oti of the lateipt aud uaom-t ioltue got but $: 'owo d.&w~gt.a The. so ltn
Aattoundhigis 10thuAt Of Sir Julius o Wern- f~wrmccls he'e ahich the. financer %,I, .arfwjIgne

OIa-d a s'takt, isugaur rF -It
6 uihttieilt ternj.. riatcre.a, I it
ibtAlu diatuon~ds -111,ci l- A
Lua~ev %III C'Ltjiatiut to fl ,rI'A,
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buor rises to remark
Reward might rate (

ilte Peasylvaaln grafters
that there is a State

bWet is preparing to get
1tlast a State uniformity t
t sesIo of the Legisla-

wsys he is not an "out I
i for President But
iB "otest" candidate

mN0"slio sect which
i1s n the forest without
stands for the

a hooMld advocate a I
That would be e
Nvism spirit a that is
to hi wife.

llb-r or: Greetings," says
Courier-Joural. Yes; I
Shere have you been so I
m any, nway?
,dh-o refuses to down in
01ty Gad a hard fight will
to ivde the county at the
sIn df the Legislature.
lsW York preacher says the
h~ appeared, in that city,"
S BrMdgeport/ (Miss.) Post.
IIIhM-ahropt should give
M IUeir Bible.
l b ant is said to lay 80.000
tS.* If some Luther Burbank
6 M &are a cross between the
W Bhea. O eggs would be plenti-
Sbto eat once more.
i lIIM Tribune says "immersed
sw eet potatoes will keep
But If this prohibition
i-a wMOeping over the country
II we going to get the alco-

extended Speaker Can
QI 2111iboas vote of thanks be-
L Ib on March 4th. No
low much his rulings may be
S r political efect. it is gen-
"M4aed that the "Old Mau" I

*B announcement that he is
to an lnniediate rfilt' l
b ^ and enforcement of the'
boo Jue lot i. reassuring, ab
I the utw l'rebidltal taiIu
IF'b khave thins qu.t'titon hallgilig
os thatlisu tei- bar)

I 6(tel' t th11 ,', de r w cr,
cOUuI) during theli t>pe el
Setnls tl al awfl llaighi
4" Jthaer i-.liit 4',ir.- \\Whatl
Law it ou f the fre. -t the r. e
e er tirth iituj-, th.lln ,
*W eif 'raiK,' tre, -
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their wild way of living, because the
Everglades are being bought up by
sugar syndicates and the State is car-
rying on the work of reclamation.
The remnant of the tribe remaining
in the Everglades has firmly refused
aid from the Government or to live
on a res*er'ation, and the plea that
the missionary makes is that it is In-
cumlbent upon the white man to edu
(*ale tilthem into w&a)> 4 u-e'fuliie'"s
so th1at bt > mAy b o sli f *.ltj>ppurt
IngK hrl l h.t)y arte finally firtced tu
I1a*'r. tht' lidte'
.N off. riiiK as madi.l I, t .%r
Tr lnt r, th it |lh eih l e t, -.eo 4 r.ral
1 s ti lit 1,t 11, l a I t th." lff t.r. t it
cl l, l It, 1. h -" .1 11it;A I f ,I lt l It '

It il rl i it, ..It I i th (lt l t ld I I ,1 ,1i t
I 0.i I,. ( i l ,, A a r ,,a t h
A I I t. h I'Il i I l l., i t l, "! h h A h t
., i a I. ll lhl i t, l i ItI I h'1 l I % IIro
,r ali ( it -. I 'r ,l, lle the l A IllI
i,, (1, i, ,,M ht d. it, tl, h olj t f. r
,l= uf ottl, r


The Iirmingham News say: "An-
other Sundaj lynching was avert.-d
In an lows atwn by the vigilance of
the authorities In hustling the negro
prisoner out of the community. It
see.m that they don't like a negro In
low. either, when he gets to be a
notorious offender."
The Springfield (Mass.) Republican
says: "Even though the sundry civil
appropriation bill carries a Presiden-
ULal salary Item of $75.000, Mr. Taft
will be little or no better provided
for In this respect than Mr. Roosevelt
bas been for a year or two. In this
time the President has had at his dip-
posal $25.000 a year. additional to his
salary of $50.000, for use In part or
whole. according to his discretion, for
traveling expenses. Now the $25.000
travel fund is merged Into the salary
hornom which the President must meet
his transportation costs."
The Washingteo Post says: "By
special invitation Mr. E. H. Harriman
is to address the Legislature of the
State of Texas. Here wlU be an occa-
sio opportune with great Import:
killed with possibilities of reconcilia-
tioe, and a chance for the assimilla
tion of reason. The very real octopus
Is to speak to the most Inveterate of
the octopus chasers em masse. Will
they listen to this wisard of the mar.
ket place and give heed to his words
of facts and pr-ctleability? or will
they be deaf to the tale of proreams,
msd whirl their brains with fads of
legislatUo and ancies o wrons
sever committed?"
The Charlsetae News and Courier
says: "Harry St. George Tucker, oe
of the ablest me ain Virginia, is a
candidate for Governor of that State
at the Democratic Oirmaries. and be
has the courage of his convictions.
The other day be said latly that if
he should be elected Governor of Vir-
gitia and the Legislature should paws
a State-wide prohibition bill during
the term of his office, he would feel it
to be his duty to veto it We do not
know what effect so plain and explicit
and honest a statement will have
uape the Virginia electorate, but it
is better that Mr. Tucker should be
right than that he should be Gover-
nor." .

Makinl a plea for the Indians of
the Everglades of Florida-the peo-
ple who yet live in spite of the ad-
vanacng dvclisatiom of the white man
in the fastuesses Of this virtually an-
explored territory-Rev. Iresaeas
Trout recently accomplished ogod
work for his eause. says The Savan-
aah Press.
Mr. Trout recounted the manner of
life in the Everglades of the Sm-
laoles, among whom he is working
n connection with Dr. Goddea, as
Bgush physician who has lived
smong them for a number of years.
They make their home at a settlement
owned by the Episcopal Church. This
is a reservation of 650 acres, and as
yet it Is but little developed. The
church has been limited in its means
for the work. and while the two men
have accomplished a great deal in the
way of gaining the confidence of the
Indians, and getting them interested
in the life of the white man. progress
has been hampered because of a lack
of funds to turn the land to account.
This tract is to be converted Into
a farm to be cultivated by the In-
dians on shares by way of teaching
them to farm. The Rev. Mr. Trout
points out the fact that it will not
be very long until the Indians will
be compelled to give up bunUng and

The following article on the evil
of carrying concealed weapons is tak-
en from the February number of Uncle
Remus-the Home Magasie--and is
from the pen of Don Marquis:
"There is too much 'pistol toting'
and too much palliation of 'pistol tot-
lag' all through the South. The more
possession of a deadly concealed
weapon has a certain psychological
effect upon the most conservative of
temperaments. Upon even a stranger
the 'feel' of a pistol is likely to breed
the desire to me the pistol.
"In most hums beings, with aver-
age advantages and average edcatlo8.
this desire to feel that ea ean kill
if one chooseo--this cheap love of
the spectacular-paaes away rather
early In life; or s reerved tfor at
more legitimate and reconlaed ezer
ethe on the side of law and order, or
in war time. or In so dangerous
calling. But the tough mature does
not care whether it is ezercied on
the side of recogalsed authority or
net, It is simply its exerei that such
a nature desires. He wants to Ose
himself nla a heroc attitude.
"I have so doubt that many of the
night riders went Into the thing Just
because it gave thoe an opport lity
to ride around the country at night.
nl a silly masquerade with guas in
their hands, and la their egotistle
hearts that satisfying feeling that they
belonged to a band that runs things.
"If the young ea aIn the raral com-
munlties, and even ia some of the larg-
er towns throughout the South, ean-
aft be convinced that habitually to
carry a pistol-ualess upon occasions
when one is really needed-Is a fool-
ish thing to do. they can at least be
convinced that it is an expensive
habt. The laws agatat carrying co-
cealed weapons are good seaegh, all
that is seeded is their general e
foreemeut by the proper athortt.
"Duelling has been frowned oa tin
this country tfr eveal decades, but
it would be tter than msh tbet
killings as that of Carmaek, la Nash-
ville, or that of oaales, hi Colhmbia,
a few years ago. In a dae each par-
ticipant at leaot has nsomethmg lMb a
equal chance, but when the 'piatol
toter' goes after his man it is not
with the Idea of giving him a chance
for his life.
"If men Of Influence and a certain
dile" of promilenc Ui the OospeM
la Tennessee, and the Tuilmans of
South Carolina, 'tote' deadly weapons
with which to settle their personal
difficulles. If these men of a class
who are supposed to have had certain
educational advantages are 'pistol
itoters.' how then are the Inhabitants
of the Reelfoot Lake district, the Ken-
tucky and Tennessee and Georgia
mountaineers, and the youths of the
narrow inland lliages all throughout
the South, who are lacking in oppor-
tunities and position, to be taught .he
lesson that 'pistol toting' is a vain.
foolish, criminal and contemptible
habit ?"
The time record for crossing the
Atlantic has again been lowered, for
the Mauretania has Just beaten all
previous records by one hour and 44
minutes. The way In which the time
has been lowered in the past few
years from seven days to 4 days. 17
hours. 5O minutes is a great tiummph
for marine architecture and engineer-
ing. The shortening of lime will be
selcoiued by all who dread ocean
(>age's but hu )e't asit to tra el
in i'ururi*c" ald other lands, iand It ill
iiiake tar clote-r iit,'rcourbe and in-
re.a+ed fritndship between the people
lPf t O outlllllle'llt


Thit juror. Il tthe' Carmac'k nurder (fr lr.ainl. il hat th" eat. if lo
.art. at N a\bhlit air" growing rt',l 1 i 'A ill ,'t th,1 l- II h. ". r,
.A,14 h ., r.-qu. -t d JldgK-' liart Ih, thliM th'1- 4 i .) tllhtut a hln 1I
Adhur1 thingK.' alin l They .< it I ni1 I
1 I41i' 1 '|l4III11ig tllit", i uiid alll thu l l all
larn, th lit l II -II. l: *' K' I .l l 4 TI.. 1e.i.-l4 1 *if Floh rldai .. thlia iktful
,d at h ,lli le it i hlit like1 l1) Ih a.t a that ..1d1 % I hil, I,.
tli nll r'itrI> h. 'thti er f cr .cothl itl- 1 or .it hiani hI l IIth.l north i II i a I tI I I- t I I
.ilPttal. will hold unt lnig uitdi, r tilt i ,a-t f, A dla .. did not re-ach tili- -..
Sirtcumlta tlt'ce-, iti1id th- .t![ thait ha tlou. FreellDg t-iuIewrature at tli
thiO t beat stating (ualltia is g ulilKl t, ilnme would lprov % ,r)> dl.- i laIt t
%.t the verdict in thl. cast. the fruit and trutk growters

One Doctor-Only One

No ieame o in nkng from om doctor t Mother! Sdsct
the bet on then m td by him.No mm ether
th thig" that th for yomr coa CwAyO -d.
atdy elect the best cogh aeIdme the take It. Sick
to M Ask your doctor about Ay Cherry Pcora
throat and lung Irout l. Sod for n m vy e*ty o.m
|NoalcoholInt idgh Se de. If
Wa J


When Judge Gary. the bead of the
United Statee Steel Corporao, ap
peared before the Committee of Ways
and Means, he declared that his om-
pamy does not care for malataleis
the present tariff on steel, ad e
very well aord to get along wIthIt
It, but tariff reduction win drive the
smaller steel concerns to the wall. It
was only philathropy. so he tried to
make it appear, that ldueed him to
plead for the te of the small em-

Now the same Judge Gary ha- w at
ed a trade war. of which It I th tet
will bring rain to some of the small
companies. Does the idge emuMe
plate comg to the resume of these
smael -rms when they are d to
e ippled end emmit methe at
ot philathrop by gabbiy n them up
tw the steel trout, a heha de Ia
the cas of the Tmmesee Oml bei
C&? Does he le a -ea s M er

Col. Bryan owm taik as it he wM
again le to ram otr Presdet. ea-
ly, we think It is as&b time or h
to practice ridag his trick mule
give the Democratie party a rest. e
will not agal have the Sold Soth
beek of him either in convention er
at the polls. The mmeoae voto Taft
received ia eorgia at the bst *do
tioM showed that the delegate t&nm
that State reremted their eemsti
tents IN opposing Bryam for the nomi-
anation. He so doubt received as
many, If t more electoral votes than
any other Democratie candidate woald
have reeelved at the hst ele teN, but
the people who eompen the maCo
of the party wlB nt again blndly
follow his leaders- ad bhe may u
well make up his mld that be wl
t be Preset the United 1t1t0s.
He weld una medly amns a and
Chief m -agistrate the miena b"
a majority of the people we abaMld to
truit him that high ells.

Alsehus county has several mls
of hard urfaee reads which are a
credit to he people of this section,
but we need more of tem. Two bbl-
dred mies of hard roads In t eum-
ty would do mfo thea anythiNg eke
to enhance the aTae of m leads
and attract new setlers. We Oseed
-moe people to cltvate our waste
lands, and the surest way of attracting
them here is to construct hard roads.
Let's get busy along this line.

The temperance people want a law
passed prohibiting the shipment of
liquor from wet counties to dry tar-
ritory. In our humble opinion this
would result in many of the couatle
that are now dry voting back the as-
loon. which few of us want nla Alachua
county. If the prohibition amend-
ment is submitted to the people the
temperance people had better let the
other proposition alone until after the
maext general election.

Those aspirants for Fratk Clark's
seat in Congress may as well make up
their minds to wait a few years. The
people of the second district are going
to keep him in Congress Just about as
long as he desires to stay there. He
is too able a representative and true
friend to the masses for the people
to displace with a man who will have
to (deionatrate' his ability to fill his
h'hot h

The Anti Saloon League is now con
ductlilg the capaliign for lStatte'-id
pruh Ielti'iu frmue'a uart'ra in 11
lahah:,e' %Whilhe the tem-ieratin iie iar. t, all e it iiiuat rotl It' i


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i tamaeoa sum as t he wll
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0i- a me mi rsa atee te a
m. I tear mA tLa. e maens hve
o d- ae s oame a as ttoi her tIme
ftb1 lu u..' s nise 8On.

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M da i se u sa a i hi"t.N a
boom 101b -lake

yambs tO e othe theheay t she el
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saes ehe we hest aot O (04mr.
aft 1mMahnIt imk NW

mon mtohalm a Ime womn ooma
Sa hensat.sol i a
am wIt od r ofhe.Ma. t.
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K. umm. aeaterpri Warm
of at ls ea, shet a retaba"a tar-
sab to stare the other do that
n epbose- It waso perfectly
SdM at easspally o Sealith.
eTW bhw bems Im Putd so a ne
wOOe 8es a0m0d his ftrm.
-"" me& peb fthi e. and
a fte ss proves profitable he wil

o0 asa tsescher, MMLatuir.
gave p ertsaslat at the school
hme~ase-time aIRce. It was enjoy.
e dby those who were peseat. Mrs.
LUn Is a wellequpped and vers
G Wfl teacher. and the ehlikr.. have

E. 3I. Rosboregh and family of
time with his Ather. Mr. J. A. Raw

warm days. P aak Deekham and his
fAthe. 3. J. Deeainm caught about
swevu .4ve theOtha. day. if ttheeews
il for a few years it would soos
regate Its old reptation of being the
best oake for Ash kaIn orida.

Umeuatled as a Cure r Creup.
"Besides beta an excellent remedy
for olds aad throat troubles. Charm
berlam's Cough Remedy is unequaled
as a cure for croup." says Hary Wil
son. (4 Waynelown. laid 'Whie'i trvn
as soon as the croupy rough ailwari.
this remedy will preettul the attack
It is used sutee'bsfully in UIaiIv
thousands uof hbous l r sale b) all
Parties having )ub printing doue at
The Suna eoe are entitled to one
vote la the Bush & Safurd Piano Con
test for each cent paid for such
work. Dm't forget this whI lu need
at priated statomery. Read the ad
vartismant ivinlg partlaarm re
gat"t-g the t atd .wt. for the
hii eas .. V

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hOuaM ea stede by every parent.
If yeo ebhM is ervous, fretful, starts
is It'W eleep is paty baced, has rtins
m Ir Itsa eyes, always seem hngry,.
is amt galaaig weight you can be sure
the trouble is werms. White's Cream
Vermiuge is a absolute cure for
worms. s 's om purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johaoma.


Women, worn and tired from overwork, need
to. That fe of wealesik w e-1---m
not leavyou ofRf Yyou sihold e eWine (
Cdu, tht ffectul remedy for the ailments
weakame of woim. Thouands of women bha
W- -
tried di and write mthiasticaly of the pr
bemidtitmbeentotbhm. Try it-do.Utupeum rbeoftieSd mewdi

on UnIverlty DIamaMLnd
nem ws avdwe D at m:
r iErulamoe of baseball this asaoM
played yesterday aftermoom on
University diamond between the
tw elas.. rivals. the ophanmores and
Prerhme, In which the Pmreshbu
were victorkioMus by the some f 14 to
There were very few eathbusiasts
who wbtaesed the uame. which was a
lively .me trom beginnalg to end.
Bih tes m played exceptioally
nd bal, aae all may be called
amatuer stars, esp**ely Vidal, who
eaS ht a ball t right field.
At fir t N as mid as If the Sophs.
would hae tekorMu. t the PreShbe*.
Ma seil this, ot down to business
ad bright the moore up to 14 to 10.
The Soph.. had the advante from
the first. they haiT bee practic-in
for this great ISmm. Ut the FrPelees
O the meIv the bet player.
M U00 Was room"
lThe I meew aa fo me
Ireo .le Positime. Ba h.
Meedy........... ........Losum.

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web : I WO a new frM a nb M b a4 tohwa
Odft .l _I M.JMp, mMa d had imortasem m m ."
W Yu M uiU Mmy dn d li~sd anmmy
M LA -n a 4 mlw I am al1d s

MOTIIM f owUOlchrist will be the s
TO Whom It May Comeerm: This is at JackWlUle's Booster Club *
to Dotity allU periM who may be iter Marnth k.
ested, that o the 16t day o ftb- Fer
Try. A. D. 109. I fold all my interest
In the business at B. P. ChUldM Com-
pany at Newberry. Alachus county, to
B. P. CMlld. who has asumed all the B
indebtedeBs of the aM i Arm. All per. 4 mmm
moas having elaims agalast the Maid
B. F. Childs & Company wil present bwRm.b
the "ame to B. F. Childs,. Newberry. *, ^l..b T Alb
Plorda. A. H. DEVANE. r .i.w-..

sim article that s sply *a1s the
way" at your hoeame might, If aver-
SSI ed, hbe M to lsoemem who is aa-
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8 Full Quarts .............................. S

"Green Ribbon"
The" Whiskey that Mail. I'' Fa maus
4 Full Q uart ............
8 Full Quarts .................. ..... ... 6.00
12 Full Quarts ...................... 00
is the highest clavs pure medicinal %iblkey ou the
market at 60c a quart.

Iliad e's Fame-
Race King Rye
we *111 wed joe Fzipri. 1al.d
4 Full Quarts .................... .. 4.00
a Full Quarts .... 7.75
12 Full Quarts ........ 11.00
It i. ,. -,u.rih r in e- er) ay to ,it ialr at- f ,r:;i,.i1
ut IL)e that you will tw a.k, to Ia S1I ".o
a quart fu.r

Gu Ehzbae& Rye Whisky
A Whikey Your Phyglaa Will pot Hesita
Sto Prescrihbe.
4 Full Quarts S................. ........
4 Full Quart ............................. $
I Full Quarts .......................S.

*Uk Cd^Mau
Private Stock Corn
4 Full Quarts, aie rted............... ...
I Full Quarts ........................... 51
1I Full Quarts ..................... ....... S
Thia wbhlke)y ha uo equal fur quality liur t)
and price.

Glendale Malt
4 Full Quart OJ0
a Full Quarts .PDt
12 Full Quarts .. ... ... .
It Ispure. ature and nme 11o.

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Hl .JOHiN lM. sC( rt
. Florida Agricultural X perinuiint Stali at
****- -s

the farmers of Florida use more fertilizer I-wr isailta than
gS any other State in the I union. It is also probably) true Ithat 94
or more. of the fecrtilllers a hih uie used ar comiisnerlal lia :iids.
utage in the methods of farming from the groilig* of oitel oh1'
a variety iof crops in rotation. we can produce at honin all of the
we now buy in our fertilizers,. and in that way save about half
FiK-n ? f>.r f.rltll' ,r.
C^ increased Cost of Crop Production.
Recent t of thc. farnrsr (of northern and central Florida have.
for their income almost entirely on one crop cotton. But con-
0-.r forc'-d man} to change. The prie', of land has increased, and
1 labor has also advanced nearly 50 per cent. The cost of
'a bale of cotton has Incr asked In the same proportion, but the
for thie bale of cotton has remained nearly the same There-
farmer must study and investigate, and If possible find some
whereby he may reduce the cost of production. What is true of
also true of the cost of producing other farm crops.
ga veat expenses In the production of a crop are the fertilizer and
We cas reduce the cost of cultivation about 50 per cent by
ed farm implements. Therefore. If we can save ,o per cent.
saNd 5 per cent. In cultivation we will greatly reduce the cost
our crops.
Hew Fertilizer May Be Saved.
may be produced on the farm in two ways. First. by growing
eh k as velvet beans, cospeas, and beggarweed. These crops
power to get ammounia from the atmosphere. Therefore by growing
lass,. cowpeas and beggarweed we can increase the ammonia con-
l' soll. This is not the case with corn and cotton; on the contrary.
is taken from the soil by them. When velvet beans are grown.
vines left on the ground to be plowed under during the following
b ey will add ammonia to each acre equal to an application of $20o
0e9 ottonseed meal. An acre of cowpeas will produce a good crop of
after this has been r d'nr-, 't. the tenv.o- that break off atnd remain
ma the ground, and the roots, will add ammonia to tlhe sill equal
|eatiUon of 400 Ipounds of cotton etd meal. When such crop rota-
practleed the fertility of the soill can be Increased: while with the
of contmueal cropping in cotton or corn. the soil is so oner or
dpleted of available ammonia, phosphoric acid or potash. and the
almost wholly on purchased fertilizer.
by feeding the crops produced on the farm to live stock. either
dairy cattle, saving the manure produced, and returning it to the
A 8oed cow or steer will in a year produce from six to seven tons
The quality of the manure will depend entirely upon the quality
lbed. If we give feeds rich in ammonia, the manure produced will
Sn ammonia It has been found that the animal body retains only
of the aninicia in the ft-ed; that is. for every hundred pounds
fed to an animal eighty pounds are excreted. There fore by
inh erops as velvet beans. cowpeas and beggarweed. and feeding
jf Ire stock on the farm. we can produce, large quantities of manure
1 nemias. Hence by the growing of these crops, feeding them to
sad ret racing the manure to the fields,. we can In a few years
P fertility of our lands so that we will need to buy only potash
acd-the cheap elements in commercial fertilizer.
a It ecessary to buy ammonia It should be purchased in the
S0BMeassed meal and fed to animals, and the manure produced used
By using cottonseed meal In this way we get a double value
irst MIts value as a milk and meet producer, and second, its fertilla-.
By following this method. Instead of having to purchase large
Sof aimmoia, potash and phosphoric acid In chemical fertilizers,
Sn as be grown with no purchased ammonia, and less potash than
. The most expensive element in the fertillaer ammonia-would be
ul m the air, or as a by-product of the feed.
gnramoral farmer ought to arrange his crop rotation so that it would
Salary for him to purchase any ammonia as fertilizer.

ps have laet or found anythiUa
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ft wIlort, spw3ct. if N-4111
Wat thet wh1itf-p.t of w'iAitf.
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Miss Saltie McClellan Entertains for
Miss Alice Thomas on Friday.
Miss Sallie McClellan very pleasant-
ly entertained Miss Alice Thomas at
the home of the former's parents. Mr
rind Mrs. R. McClellan. on West Lib-
erty street. Friday afternoon in honor
of her approaching marriage., which is
to be solemnized In this city on March
10th to Mr J A Forsyth of Brevaid.
N. C
The entertainment was In th.e is
ture of a linen shower and about fifty
of the )oung ladies were pre.seu t to
ia) t hi;r r.-i'2jeto to the, huioured

Tih,) re I-et-t at the front door b
litil<. .it- --. K.atth n McCle(' llan and
'V .- i I 1-i i- al 1 ki n han. iili Ill., ,.^ -.11

IlitI v t-t jit Iit loonr.''iii %% tie r.- the Ac-
1 0 ft I -c Ito I i lit ('%i a g It, 41 ,1
~e-fi all. i.C 4 t ik eaeI' I

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Simple Remedy for Lagrippe.
I.a g :i i I 1,, c 4 11 :.1, ; r,- qdI. L!,-, 'i iis A
tl Is (I I I'5. I il'%. le '.e 11115 Ie Ilit 14111''1
,4 i-oe i iv' awcl T.t r ii-at j i i
~toll', Il '&ii- (191 huIt 11, i.Al: 41,1 1,i4 It
It ,i tIelit 11, 9-% 2,4) tM at Ili), f-'t I
ullt ite eof 64, ft- ar. 41 'Ii'1 gf i. 11A1,
41 c ve~ i litilki It .& I i tr t pilt Ia l, ile
AIl~~I is i '1U- a 11if I 111 4 '. % e it'k ,
9 4. It. fit t .,tl 1, i11 m ''c~ l

T le %% I it. r ri16 tosit for it. at It 1,
office 'Ilice 64- t,t- pi t I bethe i 5 t. I )lit)
Oiceitty Iflit '.e- l i~t All 4a1' 12 tr
Joe oil all btsal'tl.41 I-,l. .


8. S. S. la the best treatment for Catarrh because it is a perfect blood
purifier. It is the only medicine that is able to et down into the cireuls.
tion and entirely remove the catarrhal matter ad impurities which produce
the trouble. As long as the macous membranes and tissues are kept Inflamed
and irritated by this impure and infected condition of the blood Catarrh wil
remain. Its disagreeable and dangerous symptoms, of ringing noises n the
ears, mucus dropping back into the throat, headaches, watery eyes, difficult
breathing and even stomach disorders and weakened health, cannot be perma
nently relieved until the blood is purified. Nothing equals 8.& 8. for th
purpose. It goes down to the very root of the trouble, and remove every
particle of the citarrhal matterfrom the blood and enriches this vital fluid s
that all the mucous surfaces are supplied with nutritive, healthful qualities fa
stead of being constantly irritated and inflamed by impurities in the circula-
I ton. Thn the --'Trp*'.. t'c- to r-, % rway *. ~-,' i S. S. S. ba.s entirely
purified the- 1:.2,. C.Catarrh AIM-: clently cr.- .1 ; d the general health.
Sgrea-tly built up. BIkk on CUatar& &a..1 any zue..-J .,Ivice d..eired sent frmj
toall who writ

To the Voters
am a cand
for reelection
served the pec
clently. night a
is open for ans
If my service
nas been sasUs
tDort and vote (
sea who Is qu
promise the sa
e: deavored to

I take this m
public that I ai
Marshal at the
April 13, 1909.
the support of
of party affllla
faithfully and
the duties of t
elected. Respo
I respeetftlly
candidate for t
4hal. to be voti
-m April 13. 19
faithfully dischA
201ee without f
spectfully somcl
respective of p

To the Voters c
I respectfully
candidate for C
the year 1I09.
sessor for four
pared to ll the
will show, the
Ing been Increas
a little over $400
I was prevented
office last year o
and now resap

of the City of Gaines- --
Davis & Oliver Will Get to Work on
idato for City Marshal.. uilding.
cm April 13. I have The matter of adding the second
ople faithfully and eM- atory to the large stables of Dairts
ad day. and my record Oliver will be commenced within a
pectlon. very short while, as brick is now bh-
o during the past year uIng placed on the ground for this ma-
factory I ask the saup dertaking.
of each and every cit* In speaking of the big ehage that
allied. I can only will take place In their stables Man-
kme service as I have ager Sam Davis yesterday said: "We
give in the past want to commence this work by next
rs for order, .week If possible., sad believe that we
BEN T. ARNOW. will have sauflclent material on the
- ground for the workmen to make the
ethod of Informing the start. It will be rushed to completion
m a candidate for City as fast as possible and when complet-
election to be held on ed we will have one of the most mod-
I respectfully solicit erm and up-todate stables to be fouad
all voters, irrespective in the State.
tlon, and promise to "The growth of our business has
Impartially discharge b(en something phenomenal and we
the offe should I be intend to keep up with It even If we
ctfully. are compelled to put out some extra
OHAS. C. WARREN. money to meet the demands -
.-... Few plans in Florida can boast of
Sammomee myself a swell as ,,(.!.d stables as Gaines
he oce of City Mar vlle has ,: d the Improvements will
ed for at the election put her ili the l ad on this line. she
0. If elected I wll having Ion- been noted as the great
rge the duties ofthe est stock enter of the State.
ear or favor. I rae
t theoetes of all., ir
ty a Usooa. Me "Want" adft.bnt ref a
any asnatie_
*'HAS. M. 101LL.
Df the City of Gaines. Nateueieb btvenmM At W beiM .
paoat er e O r gafrn ag06es s. e Wh e A
announce myself a D. sai. h t reed b ai I ms
06". ase" bse es aei r ter asd
'IV Tax Assessor for te o me Iose= =M Iswe k to.=
Having been Tax As- sea" dieate1 t t emer. PStela. t.
years. I am fully pre- aS1. K: ;neo aa Ws: Usee & I.
Office, as my record aam Mmk& 5. S. aimss& A Lh Iess* Aisis
ity assessment hay- W"eam A.WNesemed as a e do "
ed nl that time from t iae w mem a eOam l
-caknows. Usakhw m Uskeewa sad UrV &
.000 to over $1,00,000. kaews.
aUmkm mM ersemao e@s abe eNem esm a
from running for this eseit so law. usm ie0 wS ee sea esen
a account of sickness, ab 0got da O MOL AL. L mm 1 -
ctfally solicit your abs Mtb oar eo bVsrs. A. D
W. M. BRADFORD. Ompbd Cts s ea mAlabma I

To the Voters of Galnesville:
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,

Th KWYufv fMtAM sIqh

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a red&sa of we 0mg of Vais
9sa.4tWeff 4dejN ft" ieehINO
the SsO@ i stwo Mws ofiee asn
UPON Wbm ould bki M 55
he let tver 0moe of &OTwmemve
tborefore mwiersithS mMmol s-wr
fealasm be a&M be hbsrb eq
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mid ba tahoem m MWl -
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popw-I"Obolbh iI" sail9e461W
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W.f~bo5 ofTaxmrm e Wfe S Ame
she 5th y ot Jusy. A 06 IM. Wkm 0"5
mid cenI$sasfit i n% ee. sal bkmade op
pPOSatSUMur WA 6GaeaCOd 90 1111a1s111 00see
with law. 6&M eorlktcsem~brsems go W
lowing idmortbo e oper 7Sasli Ask
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Lae 3 &W 4. S e. &T .TpS. IL
The saillawd bemwg aumel a "sheo41aftof
the Imusasedm u shab -orekuo Iameathe eas=*of
unimsionulomertibe mShan be reisMan so
0c1lim so low. 'as mdadme
the 3ea "Y e1 l =e. A 0I .M
Witsmomumy oual dsagre osaletsaf tb
the, LA7US of 51 Fesuari. A. D IM
A. R. WIR V1f3a5
D d 'frk I tacelt Cosut Alaehas (4.o l%

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Notice i.- or ,1 Ty Iven L-et a a Meatha alte
the n, -tp hin bs alumo hem of. IuI vi~esmAor %is te
i01551) Judgei f AWhl ab's otIII Tar saw
melilEWDS lOf Lb*heteel10iof J. itIo. letr.
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(of our Iatrronzi ind friends wt I

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a m ull t il li )U li t" ilI ti i.lls a;t ;ill til

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fm fr startil so accuib at I

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..Civil Engineer sod "Fuloo.
1' Uouili b"Otliaas ateall hesaaae
(PLO6t, diii 15door Nonkh01 Thmmsher.0
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Ill.,114JI., Pre.-.1tivia.



e appealed s Wd Wiht is e
,eep--u.m..r--"@Il and
4 sml hm ef the Ci"t.

i Cee liradley of Jacksonville
NOa few dsys in the city.
a. Jesa and i*fe of Jonesville
A in the city yesterday.
Weeks the barber of Waldo.
R g business In the city

C-bamUal of Tacoma, one of
truckers of that section.
S s* ktr yesterday.
SWymae of Newberry. deputy
fl that sectlo, was among the
10 the city Thursday.
A IL Witer of Waldo was aIn
ir yesterday, aad while here
4 0M ae a ijeant call.
X = 3ind e of the most
11-srechaats of the mast Zed.
busims in the city

J 1. Shawl of Alachua arrived
dy yesterday ad wm speed
eb kene visiting her daughter,
V.T. TO..
e teSavarese of st. Augua-
S ,lVed in the city on a visit
e-at. Mr. ad Mrs. J. T.
o bt GalneevUle.
SLiL tt a former citizen of this
'mo waIs n w conducting an ex-
p tiunre business at Dunnel-
i laf the city yesterday. He
Sg e y to vryvUle, easr Breon
S bhe is largely interred lan
-e ftarm.
E l. Ghom, wife sad little son.
o s have bees spending the
bw weeks la the city, departed
hr their Virginia home.
we saceompaaled as far as
by Capt. Jas. M. Graham
1. whom they have been visit-

oM'f D tea SIR.
SLdermn of nBroason was In
tiWhintler of Waldo was trading
d e yesterday.
A& bbbitt of Micanopy was
1e9 visitors to the city yester-

fA. kdshaw and son, P.. were
I he visitors to the county capi-

SThomas ot Monteocha was
fll yesterday. He came for
f ipaylng his taxes.
8a ClU Tonic is guaranteed to
| ib, fever, colds and lagrippe.
IiM. ai by W. M. Johnson.
V. W. Geiger of Micanopy, a prop-
Wwer of this city. was here yes-
bukiag after some buslnes

X L egm of Los Angeles, Cal.,
i the visitors to the city and
e ito a agest of his slater,
** W. L M1.
SV. lUtlsa. one of the merchants
I was In the city yesterday
connected with the Harts.

Se latlse Vidal and Sallle
<- ht yesterday for Williston.
i SeI will spend the next few
S'i-tig Miss Hester.

L Grah and daughter. Miss
hft yesterday for their home
-tNeb. after hadtl spent
ll"etWeral days he-re
1IN. C. Arnowt uf Micailipy pass-
^IkE the city e.'terday en
b Jacksonuille. hlirhe shei sill
4"Mdm for the n e'xt fe'w 1da).
.IL WUUam of hellll a., trading
S it yesterday While herru he
i lhasamut call at thin office, and
lSd *hiA subarriptlou fur another

'aI W.ltt head and J. A Re.miuel
S ,1gr". two Northi-ru i,-iill'it-nii
B lths winter at that piotit.
p a*___ g th i %liturs to the' (ity

S ad W M. Thomas. two
-- Muntexoha., were visitors
'i"wvlle Friday They came on
tunacted sithl the tax as

Sillgoleow of Alaihua %a iin
SPesterda> lie %am furuierly
i the ithry bulineis there
b* operatun aa lndepeadeat
t L McCoiC ick and litlUe

son left yesterday for i!awthorn.
where tl.y will spend the iex Pev
eral diry lltIng thO former's notli.-r.
Mr. M.intowh
Jas C( ton of MlIr ,inopy sas In
the city yesterday lie tates that
the lltl infant of Mr. R. L. Prinre
of that ilale died on Friday and sap
Intcrrt In the cemeteryy.
I develop any size roll film for 13
cents; post cards from same. 5 cents
each; paper prints. 1 to 4 cents eirh
r1,1t ( it ;I I : lt ( I;:l ru ; i .Il "1 1.,l:
,1.'. .11i 1U 1-h'' .uit. ;.", i<;1:.-. A !l
' "rk i'roiailtl,) ; .d ni :alI d 'I l).
(',x. Ii!'gh sl ili -. Flia. llox. !i .
lir-. J W. Walkr !.ft ye(tvrria)
for Albany. Ga. where she has ma
cepted a poslti'n ith one of the Iar'e
millinery establishments of that cit)
She will bp. located there all of the
season and her numerous friends isto
Galaesvllle IUll deeply miss her, spe
dally l her Interesting work with the
B. H. Dempeey has completed the
large building erected for C. D. Wood
at Archer and returned to the city.
rrom the time he first broke grad
until the completlos of his contract
It was less san six weeks--a remark-
ably he record for a brick building
of Its sie. It has been accepted and
turned over to the owner.
Ifrm. mdqeD WI*j Sm.
L. V. Polk of the West End was
In the city yesterday.
Hartwell Kelley of Prairie Creek
was trading In the city yesterday.
R. W. Small of Hague was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
J. Acree of ArCher, a valued citizen
of t At section, was transacting blt-
nes In Gainesville yesterday.
Jas. Lovelace and wife of Clarke
returned to their home yesterday af-
ter a abshort visit here to rela ires.
Mrs. C. C. Chltty. who has been visit-
ing relatives In Micanopy for the past
few days, returned to her home here
For le-O4ne 3I0oa ler loco-
motive, tmoroughly rebut, ready ftor
operation. Gainesville Foundry & Ma-
chine Works.
Mrs. Lottie Layvares of 8L Angus-
tine, who has been vsitiUn her mother
for the past few days, returned to her
home yesterday.
Mrs. T. J. Cone, who has been visit-
ing relatives In the city for the past
few days. returned to her home at
Raleigh yesterday.
M. J. Knight. a merchant of Ca-
dillac, was in the city yesterday on
business connected with the Hart.-
field Grocery Company.
Miss Bessle Carver and eight of her
pupils left yesterday for a short visit
to Waldo to meet some of the former'b
relatives, who will visit here.
Mrs. P. C. Wind and little child, who
have been residing here for the past
several months,. departed yesterday
for Live Oak. where they will make
their future home.
Attention is directed to the change
of advertisement of l)avls Oliver.
the liverymen. They particularly de-
sire that you remember them whea
in need of all kainds of hauling.
Mrs. R. Wilson has a change of ad-
vertisement in today's Bun. She is
offering a few specials for Monday nla
embroideries and fancy silks. New
arrivals In the ready-to-wear depart-
meat will interest you.
G. F. Dortch of Cadillac. one of the
progressive planters of that section.
was aniong the visitors to the city yes-
ierday. While here he took advanit-
as, of the trip and renewed his sub-
scriptlou to Alarhua's lumnluary.
A parade of the University road

.ure.y attracted a great deal of at
tenition around the square yesterday
I( the.. attract .alike whe-n In the count
tlr> llt doiu tAl sn lhav laiiii |-ol"h
questluilllng them oil their trlit|,
.1 II 'Carter I' ri;uker of Fair
filId Ua:t iln the l .it. t.lterd.i) lie'
.Ai ., Ai leiK r ( r a ig in (a'ltll,.ig- from
S. b lk ht ." i > I % A.pi i ,.;ii und it iHmrt-
it-. 'l iiin % t o r litll r l,4 I r it.m Il*
it'iulo i ii- ih h i I f se r(
,rtte litp u11 Mil'i I.,d ili;g fll"e

Nt rhi IIi M.('rtao a .nd NMi:-' M~
ward ha ~t. ret uriced fiPill Ae. h4.r tlt
I-It iiA it ifit it % r-1 110 T ejilfit 0 111e.14 Iae
vA -ut to bet' tle i~jitl?.-t. i' ermi3w
ro e t ctf NI r., Ein. 'i ( '11, VAAt P

C IAz rt'h'h ielS, Autfirh e though tpl r~Ile.

istujoritti 4i, of th.c Uullcui iIt u it lcti
IChug19Wed i&. At \t.% lh-rn), % Ain ift
4sIt) '.k tatIe a 1 fie A.Ittsb a 11, I'ft.e
4 4UhiJI.u .1 dI.,eIung 5th in ttho. W51
"At.01 i'AIa 110', la t5 t] I 1c14eeated 6It
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-The New

Store in the Hyde Building--






Miss Alma FPWll Ot GoMd Vete.
Next Week Premles to Be
Very Interesting.

Prom Sunday's Dally Sa:
The count of the votes In the pliao
contest Saturday night left Miss Bes-
ile Dupree still in the lead by over
11.000, but you need not be surprised
to see something doing before next
Saturday. Following is the vote:
Miss Bessie iupree, city.....1,123,005
Miss Dorian Ellis. city.......1.111.215
Miss Catherine Halle., city.... 949.865
Miss Florrie Strickland...... 470.375
Mass M. Daugbtrey. city...... 200150
Miss Mary McCormick, city.. 86,95
Miss Alma Pennell. city....... 69.826
Miss Nannie Dickinson. city.. C2.165
ilss Mabel Sanches, city .... 53,48
Miss Julia Carter, city ...... 63,406
Miss A. Grof. Newberry .... 2.00
Miss Jessie Evans, city....... 21.285
Miss Estelle Heal, city ....... 28.665
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo... 24.585
Miss Emma Hudson. city .... 24.275
Miss Annie Bevillle.......... 19.260
Mrs. I. Ware. High Springs.. 13.915
Miss Elvena Stat. Waldo..... 12.915
Miss Goldle Lambert, city.... 6.290
Miss Lilule Sheppard. Bell... 6,005
Miss K. CarItou. Micanopy... 5,590
Miss M. Fernandez. city...... 4.2C:,
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ........ 4.1093
Mliss Mary Thigpan. city..... 3,k'o
Miss L Sanders. liawihorn.. 3.6,."*
Mis Htuby Albright ....... 3.14N,
Mi.ns Kittil Thariu ... ...... I
.111s I Jlarri.IA. 1.1z,' d 105

Was Adjudged San0.
lDrae J I C(lo,ii. J M. Ii'Dll aid
('apt J C.' Mc aIiiiliia itoii 'llsijiit'-c saturday in the
ca-e of tharl.lte C theatham of 1W'aldo.
After a thoroiugh examination they
de,.ide-d that the li oman %as saie.
etvu though she sas not overly bright

Realty Transfers.
Fullulinu is the hit of reAl estate
lraiisfers site V'rday Johu Fields
to Mummer rields. J II Iludscw ausd
li R Culeuo auild Aif to N 11 ('Ix.
W. R Thbuca Lu E U Griee,%V W
Hasuitou to E A Cooper. E liaird
and wife to H L Edwards



po nurr.
FOR RENT-Flveream est Ap
ply 200 E Uberty streLt
FOR REN.%T-nveo-room t ttage o
block next to square; city water,
electric lights, bath room amd all
modern conveniencems Apply at this

FOR BALB-Bed ehutes, $3.00 per
busheL J. B. Hall. Orange Sprinag
FOR BALE-Young Jersey cows and
calves. J. B. BImonton, Micamopy.
CHUFAS and Clay peas for sale cheap.
A. J. Faster, R. P. D. No. 6, Galaes
Ville. Pa.


HOFPMAN. the celebrated Germa
each stallion, will make this asson
at Crawford & Davis' stables. Terms
reduced -10 service fee. eash in ad-


STOLEN-G-entleman's wheel, back
wheel almost new, coaster brake
new; one brass plul In each tire;
four new links In chain. If found
l-h.ase report to R. A. Highanlth.
(ainesville. Fra.
TheMa a oae fo1r CaUling yards


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First National Bank


Capital, $10000().(O


....We Solicit Your Business....

Jam. M. irlahai, I'ns.
K. Maird, Vie-P r.

tablished Over Twenty Years


New goods that have just arrived and marked at lowest puin

price. No inflated values put on them to make them

ly reduced, but real genuine value for prices asked. d t
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Fine Embroidenri
Of every quality and width-Flouncinpg
with bands to match.

We know these values to be above the
average and you will bear us out in the
statement when you see them.
They are in special lotb at
4, 5 1, 714-, 11, 1t 1t*, 15%
t 39, 4kl, 5klSW

Fancy Siks

Cheney Bros.' Printed Fokal SM |A,
beautiful array patter, very
for Shirtwaist SItoe. Rqlar 75e d- 1

on sale Monday at ................

One lot Fancy Plaid and hipe N
neat patter; regular ia t00 0
yard-on ale Monday at ........

lew Arrivals in Reay-toWear



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