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:


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

Full Text

Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday




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SM ao the I lhee
Si -M wse mB te oto

wk Me Mto ldbmas lotto

SdM wU a ebled to the
Sa mad mdm newoeM

t tream t We WiD gaa to he Blast..
Sthm p, bea w ti ammt atl

el f yea wil m-- as fe general

I el sd. -the p-uS gerafy g0ts
wot &f th aalsy. nally. the
e Ilrtl i= Md ready aor te sIee

I i ho (te PresidBt If he lies It
a s ow" m s sws he sw

e s IMt: e ot he vet oee t. and
Wi aot eilb" be sma Msa t

we b he retmI Ist with a veto a two-
I .. at h.e a-- b h u to de ate.
iWs m e tth me su of tle i ome .
"A e eva "*of win be te t-
dW fn Mt Ats svMm the cotton
..aft --eemmg M agmonber
maw m a onmodemM Wdw as lm the

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kgaIe me we bsutoat.
VO Pi0yAMW eg lebCgew

"d a&M-e-t :o ami It Do
Iso Ibm* kl lty to boLe. ud
gelmo lie t Ieme telHoust
ML Omwbeegft qm to ansmdL

it l No dw-Wo 6m a to son
"M NPP y ew sat t.

-Mf i0 We al. Mef Grg te ot1a
Samedis eaf trW the msign&
Hl sadhdl s0i0ms sad Ube frm it
bobbedg onM: MM o be smsN It. th i
Mow K heIN= Ir it u aveto a two.
IGM 6 -- e,lastQ --m---- is samenow
Is IL my *"a the l esswe isto lha.

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yed at Anthony

SS ae aarmlg
m was mawakeed to
dMbe. L A. amith
m"had already stes
of a Mthsm and dintag-

Sl Matte Carroll. who
S g-e adj-mlug the disaig*
a gw gathereed in a
aohm l k ad m se.d-
pa deal of the fueal-
w tJe The inmate
,nall the Sre

edort was
Ire. as It
n NSe of the


hot that the recent rains and a driA
aly alght had made the roots art. and
there was mut much wind The cause
of the ire is unknos n. but is supilo.od
to be Incendiary, or rats, as no fit,
had bees burning In the kitchen dur
tag the last half of the. da> Ir
Smith's bose was built atHut Out.
fourth of a cestur> ago. of the best
Material. It was a large high pitch
one-story structurr. and fraud tof
heavy Utmbers. and was burning quit.
a while for a one-story house ti.
loe, ain which all the nelghboir. ,-
pecially the ladies. feel a couuiin,,>
psag. Is the burning of tuo ter> laric.
Japealmas planted in the earlZ hiisttaI
al the place, oae white and oun rd
The white had passed through the 5..
e of ha amiUg. but the red hAd
mrfe aa a thoumasd blooms a hen

thor. Prof. Fawcett. hasiinitthis done'
a very careful piece of murk SKAT'Fix. March 13. -Folloshitg a
The Iai-t number of the P-tutient pub evart-hit I u Ia tn loutceni,.ait -iuMAdo-
liv t lon. Tb.-Flolrida Povi.m int a att m .cr- Owl Itho le' A 13k.'t Yii kot ii I:1c i t.c K
ti milli a tvli'S e, vin e itr e igi fiA~a Il It tit,,a, jr. ,,' .4 r 4.s' il 4e'TjeItd *Fi-
O w r 11111,1ii~h ItAIiO* i'e 1i i11r- ,f ljtl~i I: &it 11e11, 1 11.i~I .i't I
I or 1-1hz -, Itid %i f .~. I 4. I la %h, 0 Ltko to 4 L.1114 1-'f1 f lsilibk Ili Iti
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several young teacher haver--e- ROOSEVE
cently entered the I'nlversity to more V S V I
fully prepare themselves for their vo-
eatiam. They are all taking the short
--i -Enpedagogy.ft3x.t lur
Thw edges of the driveways through
the mmpes are belam plated with y Jv
deeratlve shrubs. The work i nearly
esm- d aad already adds me to
tM adpearmace of the grnad OYSTR BAT. N. T., March 1.-
The iaMt meeting of the Atbheasem Ex-Preldest Roosevelt and Mrs.
Club was bheld at the home of PMt. Roosevelt we the guests of Oyster
Seott FriMday eveasng. The boat Bay last alght at a receptive in the
read a papew on "Agrkcultral Orgam town hall.
taMls." Por everyone thU e-Preddet ha d
Paf. VMas's r-orrspoanee a hearty greeting and with meay be
Cerse tI Agricultre" has beeme so chatted pleasantly for a minute or
popular troe hot the Stat that it mere. Almost every mother I the
wa fied meeesary to m ors him village hronht with her r chldrea.
am amdtaat. Mr. easll, a recent B. Mr. Roosevelt was especially pleased
lS gradat of Clemson, was selected to ee them.
for this posaltion and has already ew The people Stled by in single colam.
terd spM his duties. loom he was busy shaking heads and
PredMedt Uted left Saturday morn- exchanging greetings. The lIUe, com-
logW or Island Grove to deliver a ad. posed of men,. women and children.
dress o "dMeatloa for Service." moved slowly, because Mr. Roosevelt
This teture was see of the series of. had something to say to almost every-
fred by the committee oa extesion one.
work. A tall colored ybuth remarked to
On May 0, "Frmers' Day" at the Mr. Roosevelt: "I've carried the
Desalak Sprigs Chtaqua, Direct. Roosevelt banner In two campaigns
or Relts of the xpertmenat 3ttion and I hope to have the honor of doing
will deliver an address oa "Diversifled so again."
Franmin." Speeal excurstis trained To this Mr. Roosevelt replied.
wilt he runa on that day from Pem aco-la ,
md River Junction. BONNIE MELROSL.
farmers' astittes have been held
recently at LIoag Bridge. Bradford MEIJLOSE. March 13.--One of the
eamty, and nl Pasco county. At the delightful functions of the season
ormer place addresses were made by now drawing rapidly to a close. was
Professors Rolfs,. Scott and Blalr; at the card party given by Mrs. M. M.
the latter by Professors Rolfs and Cochran and Mrs. E. Marshall at the
Scott. Huffman House on Wednesday night.
A maSUilkent tropical orchid jOn- The large parlor was most artistic-
cidiam lanclolatum) is now in full ally decorated with long branches of
bloom at the green house and tI at- Cherokee roses and yellow Jessamine.
tractina many visitors. After all the guests. of whom there
Dr. fStaughan. of the Itureau of were over forty, had assembled de-
Chemistry, W'bington. D. C.. left liclous refreshnw ats were served.
Friday morning for his home. after among g which the Turkish Delight
arranging for further experiments candy deserves special praise. Most
with sweetcorn. These experiment of thhoe present joined In the game
are being carried on la co-operation of euchre which followed, while others
with the Experiment Station. The amused themselves with various
work was begun Ave years ago. games In another room. Numerous
The station is now distributing pack- very pretty prices were presented by
ages of seed of the Lyon bean. a new the charming hostess to the happy
introdactio from the Philippines. winners. Altogether It was a most
This bean rivals the velvet bean. aid enjoyable evening.
may even sarpass It The station is Miss L. Mack left Sunday for High-
also preparing to distribute in April land. where she has accepted a sum-
small package of matal grass. This mer school.
gria took the Brst premium at the The Melrose citizens are much
Oeala Fair. Like crab grass, it grows pleased to see the placing of the poles
as an after crop nla the corn or vege- for the long distance 'phone. The
table eld. line will run from here to Campville.
The e hibit of the University and The cemetery cleaning on the 9th
Experiment Station at the Tampa Inst. was attended by a large crowd
State Fair attracted a great deal of and by soon the work was all done in
attention, and now numerous Inquiries the best manner, after which a bountU-
are being received from all sections
of the State concerning features of a
the display
the White Fly." has be-u prepared t
by Dr. lierger and will shortly appear w B
Itulletln as. "Scaly liark on Citrus."
has just come from the preu and Is W iI e
now ready for distrlthtioi The au

ful basket dinner was enjoyed by all.
The Melrose Chapter of the Eastern
Star will meet on Tuesday, 16th. at 7
p. m.
A delightful moonlight trip in Mr.
Hamlyn's motor launch on Tueiday
was much enjoyed by all present. Mr.
Water's Victor talking machine gave
much pleasure. furnishing nmuic for
the occasion.
A good raiu of I 2 inches ft I on
Wednesday and was duly appreciated
by the farmers and orange growers.
A new arrival at the Huffman
House is Mrs. F. J. Aubeuf of Oveida,
New York.

Hadn't Been Admitted.
P M. Padgett, the well-known and
popular turpentine operator at New
River, was in town Monday. Mr. Pad-
gett came over to look after the inter-
ests of some of his cotnred employees

who were to be arraigned before Judge
Dekle for trial and was much disap-

pointed when the Judge ruled against
his appearing as attorney. He was
loaded to the brim with legal lore and
was preparing to croe-examine a wit-
ness to a standstill when the Judge
asked If he had been admitted to the
bar. He had to admit that he had
overlooked this preliminary and the
court held that he could not conduct
the case.--Btarke Telegraph.


ipleted June 1

liaai hich will late-r nakt' the,
groundoi a riot of color. E% er % &lhero'
il' ?OWfl ecantus ~d~ahltia. *ii. ~- tOw
ofN11flos er of the I'ioitoa lit

4 I t Ii;~ It I'l Il~ j ti l 4tgi
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liur. .K:.14!tooIii t 44.4' i4114i~41%t.4.e read i-4 i 'it--tll.L l, Iuti.. of L 1 -: I 1,huh. iI t a tr A4 itiitit, are. -&t r
i-i' ti 4t li Ii -. &I .4r ,-.I41d% Is. &:llt W. itk 'I IIi fcaltilt- d. iism l 4. e h ile'U .. mild l lii te
il* 4 1114ite 4. tlllldiiixm ti ttlt i! l ul ltow ititii r court are- A tiwilli,pijli a .I'uo t
41iia oi if is. 141,4 kimll t 'A IAl It iure tIhe,,. L~iloit fruit, l4'I'Iw 14111~-~. 1 t I m-P-tie vi% .. rv 111silstfibr Illuiiwigit
Ii, or s illI, Ilitl puri .li*tail itit t tastill111 ,0145.4ii .ltl.1 Atlti'kA ii, lott11119 111011A 1 14.~ 4111 Alue.%- Jill 1t44)Iils tIhs AIAkAS
ifIl I k lli i 144 sit ll rt'lip"ldi t OWt 4 1) *4, aMt, 4rll of its,orkinit n 1h. (a;ao.r Ii -h lt k' A 11Uy.*' 1Ilailc
i t 'A. S .4 i l t it .1 it" 4j1 b-1)4111 I I t-- I,, fu~r. At t h4uiildizig lsb P ltl i : ~ ih~ ts .s~ i. at 55
,h*e .4 1iI,d il.furtalturt. tur-e' ,,tit ei-im ruclieei but -is i c~a eerb ofeat s..rii, ill i Elot-d lk-liltai the- turtilipake
4t4jIlil I I It, I t* (1. 1i 1t N IrIt. itll I I jI g i 014 011 131 )i 41"15I i, ?l'4ts 1 i of ~'b uu cu
%'aiit s&d ~rtiving is a force which uajtc.teuhat 1.ItU. 1-19464 of igaitit"fir AUCI lj4II U piu lemA5 ichitheEip'i~~sailtIOU
Yon (Allanharness, an. Bd situ which voet. rt.-t. Its ill full 4%1, % stands The ha~izig of the- stirteis.
c&andrivesYour plIts maid64PurP011e 1111 A, large t'Urp. oftit ildisealw .garden imbultlards and court* has been coma
to soy desired 4eegtalaatW Ierr. are isetting t 'ut tth.-v U1111,16111ofs u lilt-te

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milUlagly: "Time alone will teo
whether yes are to be afforded tha
When Mr. Roosevelt saw the youeg
boys b was particularly pleased.
Seme toM him they wished him eSa
eems in shooting lions and be respona6
ed that he knew he would be sue.
eesfuL A bystaader, who had been
posting as a newspaper reporter, west
up to Mr. Roosevelt and. holding out
a number of papers, asked him to sign
his name. Mr. Roosevelt declined.
saying he did not know what the pa.
pers he was asked to sign contanlaed.
The papers the man held were drop.
ped at Mr. Roosevelt's feet and the
man hurried out. The papers were a
court order directing the taking of
Mr. Roosevelt's deposition ain the can
of Peter A. July vs. the Town Topkis
Publishnlag Company. At the com.
elusion of the reception the former
president and Mrs. Roosevelt drove
back to lagamore Hill.





Who do b MIm are tick.
No tlmd yer an about: It.
MO gfte b ater. seasedas.
hdh eMMt or tM freM t action;
A M Ohm trouble t of kidawy

Dow% dMe bPM e mo am kmaey

ople la tio viinity testify to
Jo. bkut1 Thempuom stret.
Sh, Ikm., se"s: "i am vmery l a
to SemMnlad Domm's Kmidnesy Pill.
Sty -pSd ft roeat bednet to me.
the paues thofe Mmey meereiamsot
*e byor maJ when the m"rs.

-~ eqs slevedtosend they de
8 I B USt. my mha&"ace
me NG wvy blamed =-.
It b"dfor w me tAsee w
OWN1Noer" weE d =as
-.I at boo*hedaldo
rFbm ad desdug fa
a bftk I rse" a ham
in asd a smapli sumre

1 ~ ya~ i066i "he m
-1lobfr as mmb" @left

lb ~soAM ofthe ourseGalos.

a m hfr er ~UaraL.
-AWNi1.I& Ihave
~~b-bhM and S&
as day. med my rearwd
aw -mduring the Post yew
ham asy mell thesop-
vTab a Sod every sei
w~~k Is bmL I s- e*at
so sive 05 p asI NTO


b- a m etam aA rmi a the
M Im I Se te h r Citnft
am aumk b held
Ag- 3W OS I meaMtftly eolldes
n vwi grs, -respetIve
~ w- I m- d promise p
0s do"eof te sso h soldIbe

aimd her tme so w city mar-
ala 1a be voted aor at te electlos
m Aprl, 1. It oeted I will
mbm s oems tohe ts oea the
seo Wm l Ber f avr. I re.


Pon TAX A---Oil.
T o et the Ciy of Oalaet
I 5e etbf sm se myself a
mMss hr Cit Ta Asmesr for
Spear Y IM. NMavbg be Tax As-
o lr wr yeas, I am fatally pre
aed to I the saleo, as my record
w m. the itd asseesmet hay.
ts n nremd la ithat t rom
a IMIl ever Wms.W to ever 1w,0.M0.
I Vw Peveated froim nurela fhr ths
ie yt pyear am eaeoust of w lnm .,
aI rpeetfuy soll your
ea. W. M. BRAWORD.

To the Voter of ainevUle:
I IbNre nno ueUt It m a can-.
iasa sWr alectlos to the oifce of
Cty Taxs Asem or or the year year
I the elec to he held on AprU the
S &Mad m ret eratly request you
aM to ivOe m your vote aad support
hr the position.
Thaakin you for your past endorso-
meat. I remala. Tour very truly.

oeed Liniment
To will hunt a goud while before.
youl ad a preparation that i ,-qual
to Chaluberlain's U, lment a a a curt
ktr muscular aud rheuuiati palus, fm,
the cure of spralua and *it- a I of ta.
suswles. It is equally %alualmi (&or
lame back aad all dep-suated aiuab-u
lar panlas 2 aud bo-eut s*e. flor
sale by all drulgits.
The wast ads. do mor* real estate
busitoss tham al ether brokers eomi
bled--t faet, they "lsan" most of
the humseis that te brokers ad






The Atlantie Coast imoe railway hat
bean complete to Perry and Is erect-
iang a hMadmoe depot. This Ia the
fourth road to run trough Perry.
sivit ralroad facitles s mch as but
few towms In the State eam boast
The Ieaboard Is graded to that place
and Is expecting to complete the line

Sheriff Van Pelt of aeeambla con.
ty. In thi report to the State auditor
for the meoth o1 February, shows that
the total amount of Snes assessed to
the ertmital court ton that district was
7.ra,.S. sad the amount collected
being 1$3.3.S.11. The total amber of
eases was 8f.

Will Harris, a giant anero, was shot
and killed In Peaaseol Tuesday af-
ternoon by Patrolman.Carter after the
negro had made a savage attack ulonK
the oflcer, following Carter's attempt
to arrest him on a charge of cruelty tlu
animals. After being shot through the
stomach the negro grabbed the re-
volver from Carter's hands and lirtd
twice at the officer, the negro finally
falling. mortally wounded, with the
officer's revolver In his band.
While cruising on the Hilloborough
river between Tampa and Sulphur
Springs Tuesday afternoon a party of
ladles and g ntlemen from the Tampa
Bay were horrified to see ti:e body of
a man swinging directly over the wa-
ter, being suspended from a tree by a
rope which was attached to his neck.
The man was dead. and had evidently
been so for some time. A note left
by the unhappy man pinned to his
breast holds only himself to blame.
Prom papers found In his pocket be
was IdentUBed as Fells Fraga. a cigar
maker by trab.

Unequaled as a Cure for Creep.
"Besides betin an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Cham-
brlan's Cough Remedy is unequaled
a~a cure for croup." says Harry Wil-
son. of Waynetown. Ind. When given
as soon as the croupy cough appears.
this remedy will prevent the attack.
It Is used successfully in many
thousands of homes. For sale by all

The traid o~er the F'lorida Easit
Coast is at lorcwunt tht- he-a'.Iv-, iiti
history of the' road. Not v it
nunialpr of tourip-ts, h&anitdl d .141kas
rtecoid break~r. lbut alau iii..rr. ight
v-.vr~ icis. i, sirkvd to ii% Mi 4ati-t C
ttable-. art. lweiaiig a-lhii a .44al i.i~i*aw' fltw
E.~s't Oit aatdall) .. ,d t. %pr,- a eiii'-
urt- Iiii %vr~icv- I'. 1.Ira k V.111a I'z.
tig irg t.r~-*ia, ~alt- )asiA (h.~-~

Should lbe ktudied by evt-ry loarv-ad
If )4our c-bld is aa.r~ton.. fritful rt.irt,
litit rlvav-p-j IP. a.1)lA4te.-.)la.o.- Fius.~
under It& t.-te-a al.~~aad cnis ahuiajr
Is not glijgM 1114eavgbt. )(#U'au1* lleI surt.
the froulk' Ib atirhII. Whjiltt-a ('rt.-An
Vreruia~fust, iaan abbolute- cur.- for
ourmia itoiit aUb U urga I%%? Sould

San 'Want" ads. bring results.


A manatee or sea cow was shot ain
tOernour a creek n ar Green Coie
Ail I .g -
The lrst aeroplane race In America
will be held at Daytona eakch the lat-
ter pan of this month.

Silk will ow be manufactured in
Jacksaonvlle, the raw material being
produced at Macwlean)

The bad of the Florida Pine Com.
pay for the hire of State convicts
tr $1".M has been approved.

The prospects are fair that Volusla
county will In the near future fight
net the co1 ty aet removal question.

The Culpeppers are coometiUg a re-
vival Ia Tampa under the aspiees of
the first Methodit Chureh of that
at,. -
.L A. Pisher, a promieat real estate
0990 of Pensacol, died Tuesday. Hi
death was eamed from a aaeeams o
the brain. --
A prepoeltio Is e foot to build a
MUeom tourist hotel at St. Peters.
baw to cost 1M.O. It Istohbe com-
pletd In time for the Mext tourist

Start a Savings Account

Phlifer Bros.

- Bankers



Groceries Ai Grain

No Order
bt h.a 215 .



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MIB!S 111 TO

ON& Wm

0oft ams
Itio a soea

When the blood is pure and healthy the skin will be soft, smoo*
and free from all eruptions or disease, but vhen the circulation becomne
infected with any unhealthy humor the effect is shown by eruption,
pimples, boils, or some more definitely marked skin disorder, such ag
Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, etc.
Humors get into the blood, usually because of an inactive or sha.
gish condition of those members whose duty it is to collect and cay
off the waste matter and refuse of the system. This unhealthy
matter is left to sour and ferment and be absorbed into the blood, mad
soon the circulation becomes lled with an acrid, irritating humor.
The blood then, instead of performing its natural duty of nourishing
the skin, regulating its temperature and preserving its uniform
softene pliability and healtf-
ness, irritaes and diseases the w~X. sev- ,
deic ssies .and Abers around mwous we= smaos.I""
the pors and g and produces nidmp*6'1 mSe sam &sboa
some of the vari- fobrmI of skin Uead. h auml vWed .
eruption or disease. s*ir-m* .inetmausilew
The cause of al kin claionas ISof. TI .
can be traced tosaome kind of hu- oeIIsed bleed puriSer,
mor in the blood. Healthy cutcles a,. o"S*mens.l. son
we only poaSe where the d ckw- Ia ,IbutStungdealome amy
laion is pure; and there the eae. --em-im-n -ouredi
cure of any skin disease can only es Ra u.tWestmSonts d
sedai 8. i. ad VertsGem0
come from a thorough demising waIeaesieto.teyitsdt.a.
of this vital Aud. Slves, washes, wefS a sheett while the
lotlons eIc., cannot cure. Truet am & a SM my
such treatment relieves some of permaneastly oured eone
the Ithin and discomfort, helps to *ano n shs have lsapsed
reduce infli...uation, and aids in seaso I weas of h A veo hAS
s tedteslesi eo a setera eo fde
keeping the affected parts dean, but aisa. o.C. mon.
It does not reach the blood, where t4osae..exa..nau-.o.
the real cause is located, and at
best can be only palliative and soothing.
S. S. S. cures skin diseases of every character and kind because
It purifies and cleanses the blood. It goes down into the circulati
and removes the humors that are causing the trouble, builds up the
weak, acrid blood, and completely cures Eczema, Acne, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, pimples, boils, and all other skin diseases and affections.
S. S. S. is made entirely of roots and herbs a safe vegetable remedy.
When S.S.S. has
SSSdriven the humors

acid-heated circulation,
every symptom passes
O IO O away, the skin is again
nourished with rich,
PURELY VEGETABLE healthful blood, and
comfort is given to
disease-tortured skins.
S. S. S. cures Poison Oak, Poison Ivy, Nettle Rash, and all other
troubles due to a humor-laden blood. Book on Skin Discases' and any
medical advice free to all who write. S. S. S. is for sale at all drug



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human's Auxiliary Also Elects Offi-

rs- -4plndidly Intertalned
the Loel Camp.


o TAMPA, March 12.-Yesterday morn-
SM a the meeting of Florida Head
SO Division V, Woodmen of the
r, hbelMd In Fraternilty Hall, the
fiJownE ocers were elected to
gu. air the esomin term of two

j. Mack Towne of Tampa, head con-
| agmemader; Dr. T. S. Anderson.
aIg advisor; I. 3. Bray. bead bank-
g ; J. B. Davis. head clerk; Eppes
St~hre, bead esort; Charleso No.
b head watchman; Louis Johnson,
ae seantinel
At the afternoon session Miami
s chose n as the place for holding
gos ea t meeting to be held the second
Sait y la March, 1910.
Lt night the delegates enjoyed
6 paeor&mance at the Orpheum as
gsati party the guests of the local
4aW and after this they were enter-
eWod at a very elegant banquet at
anel Garcias' Grand Oriental
Gif, in West Tampa.
The Woodinen's Circle, the Woman's
Amiflary to the order of Woodcraft.
bM Its business meeting at the Ma-
a Temple yesterday morning and
elsted the following officers:
Mrs. Alice Wall of Apalachicol, ad-
igar; Mrs. Hattle Hackney, River-
WVw, grand elerk; Mrs. Louisa Smith
af Panta Gorda. grand banker; Mrs.
Iale Vann of Madison. grand at-
Hint; Mrs. Corinane Matthews of
Qeesawood, grand chaplain; Miss
Mabel Phillips of Lake City. grand In-
aMr guard; Mrs. J. W. Neville of Dun-
O* ame, graod outer guard; Mrs. Mary
3. Heryo of Tampa, delegate to the
a-res grove; Mrs. Etta P. Mills of
Jaeekasovle. grand alternate delegate
to the supreme grove; Mrs. Mills of
Jakseonville. Mrs. Williams of Grace-
ville, ad Miss Williams of St. Peters-
be. managers.
The Woodmen and Woodmen's Cir-
lM held their closing meeting yester.
day. The sessions throughout have
bM of great interest and profit to the
rder and much praise is being ac-
or-oed the local camp by the visitors
1sr the splendid manner in which they
have been received and entertained
while attending the convention in this


Proprty West of the City Saved After
hard Fight.
ram Friday's Dlly Bus:
Parties residing west of the city
state that forest fires caused much
damage to fencing around the places
of D. J. Ricbbourg. Sam Miller and
others near Dayville.
Some unknown person set the woods
On fire and before these ileople knew
of the fire it was upon them and their
fences were destroyed. In the case
Of Sam Miller. his hoube was only
saved by the heroic work of neighlhors
and friends. Miller is a hard working
fegro of that bectiun and he fte--el his
loss considerably No damage was
done to Mr Ricbohlurg's prolp.rty ex-
cept the los of coialiderahle fencing

A Pleasant Physic.
When ou want a pleasant physic
1ive Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets a trial. They are mild
And gentle in their action and always
Produce a pleasant cathartic effect.
Call at any drug store for a sample.


PI 1'A lI N IN(4

LiMy, Feed nd Sale

an.s, Wom,v Suppes

Davis & Oliver


B. R. COLSON, Pledent


Mrs. 8. A. Turner. who died In
North Galnesville on March 6. was
the wife of W. J. Turner. She was
born in Bladen county, N. C., In 1834.
She was 75 years old and her husband
is now In his 86th year. Early Thurs-
day morning she got up and went into
the lot to see about her chickens, when
she returned to the house and cooked
breakfast. She returned to the lot af-
ter breakfast and on her way back
to the house fell against the door-
steps, striking the left side 'of her
head against one of the steps. At 8
o'clock Dr. Hodses was summoned.
who at once realized that she was
past all hopes of medical aid, as the
fall had ruptured a blood vessel In her
head. Mrs. Turner only spoke a few
words to her husband after she fell,
being unconscious during the entire
two days sae survived.
The funeral was preached last Sun-
day afternoon and her remains were
followed to the cemetery by a large
number of sorrowing friends.
Besides her husband deceased
leaves seven children, all of whom are
absent from home. She was a most
kind hearted woman and was greatly
beloved by all who knew her.

Prof. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Recommends Chamberlal's
Covugh Remedy.
"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 realized Its
true value until now," writes Prof. H.
A. Howell. of Howell's American
School. Havana. Cuba. "On the night
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.
sated the life of our dear little boy."
For &ale by all druggists.
Mason Wants Sun-Shine.
The many friends of (teo. F. Mason
and family will be pleased to learn
that they are now pleasantly located
in the State of Oklahoma and like
their new home immensely In a let-
ter to The Sun Mr. Mason states that
they cannot get along well without
Just a little of the Galneeville Sun-
ahiline aiii *'ilIlo--' allotf her "' hee*l
for re-ie' ;tl They are' lJeated in the'
towni of \'.tgoilier

A Religious Author's Statorment.
lite'v jrti?-ilh II Fuzepermmu Sall*-
bur), N (C % hoitthe author of bte'-
trat I Iosk4 'Arite-ae' Ver aee'.e-rml year
I A!. a Mt iet 4 %l 'Atil h de. trijult ale d
i ~ nt. r I'~"-ll id ly etie'kr
%%III, A -e-~icre' '.pa in II iio kidiee) -A' ied

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About Three Hundred Dollars Worth
of Stolen Goods Recovered from

an Old Hollo Leg.

ular with Bankers. Attor-
neys and Investors in Real
Estate. Let us send it to
you o that you will be in-
formed as to what is doing
in Real Estate circles.
Our abstract books ae complete
anl up-to-date. POSTED DAILY.
We can show you the 4efoet in ti-
tim offered. Do not take deeds or
mortgages without our guarantee.

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f60 rkwcalling card. McCallum A Cu.


2%9 Kba Tm N Alws~ Iwo mgMd tb ob
to on -o s yems m be...lih0s 11-16
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rom Fridays Dally Sum:
Deputy Sheriff S. P. Thomas of
High Springs on Thursday brought
here three of the negroes who are
charged with having entered the store
of H. Mel. Grady on Monday night.
The negroes are John Mallory. Hen-
ry Swanson and Geo. Jodes, one of
them being captured at High Springs
and the other two at Uve Oak.
They were taken before Justice M.
A. Beiley and given a preliminary
heartag, the evidence being sufficient
'to boMld them to await the. action of
the circuit court.
About $30 worth of the stolen
goods have been recovered, the great-
r part of them being fond nla an old
hollow tr near Uve Oak. where the
thieves had secreted them. They
were discovered nla the act of soling
the salts which led to thetr arrest.
At Uve Oak they were offering the
chest $5 suits for only $3 each. and
this aroused the suspicion of the par-
ties they were being offered to and
in this way the officers caught on and
soon had two of the ang ain hand.
It is thought that there are still sev-
eral more in the crowd and every ef-
fort is being made to locate and catch
them. two white men having been men-
tioned as being connected with the
crew that did the work.

Ra eeO weld
Is not nearly the meace to increase
nla population that deaths among in-
taats are. Eight out of ten of these
death are directly or Indirectly caused
by bowel troubles. MeGee's Baby
lixir cure diarrhoea. dysentary.
soar stomach and all infant ailments
of this nature. Just the thing for
teething babies. Price 2c and S0e per
bottle. Sold by W. M. Johnsona.

Netlsee of Appleatlon for 0peal
Notice is hereby given that applie-
tion will be made to the Lagslalture
of Florida at the regular esessio to
convene at Tallahassee on April th,
A. D. 1900. for the enactment of a
law prohibiting the sale of Sea Island
or upland cotton in the seed in the
county of Alachua during the months
of August. September. October. No-
vember and December of each and
every year. This February 6, 1909.

Simple Remedy for Lagrlpp.
Lagrippe coughs are dangerous, as
they frequently develop Into pneumon-
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
stops the cough but heals and strength-
eas the lungs so that no serious re-
suits need be feared. The genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar contains no
harmful drugs and Is in a yellow pack-
age. Refuse substitutes. J. W. Mc-
Collum & Co.

Old Darkey in Serious Condition.
From Friday's Dally Sun:
Aaron Williams, the old darker
who wan shot Monday. was reported
>etterday to be in a very seriouss con-
dillon. lie has swollen up consider-
able and there are fears for his re-
covery. The other negro. ~isle
Walker. who did the shooting. is out
under Imnd lpending the preliminary

"My three yearold boy was badly
constipated, had a high tever and was
in an awful condition. I gale him
two doses of Foley's Orino lAaxtive
and the next morning the fever was
gone and be was entirely well Foley's
Oiano Laxative saved hisl Itfe" A
Wolkush. C('a.lsmner. Wi' J W. M.-
Cullum & Co.

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*' ia posito to supply
wmmnsf in SPORTING
I Sa w Ocry the
i t iock of Bmeball
Olsb in thbe section of the
Is. When you buy
goods with

Son them you know what
yo are getting. REACH
A potive guaatteeO within
oa. article bearing the
SBACH noMne.
We invite oomparison.

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Mrs Mary DrunkbW aed white
* rmeidf m~ -m NOe .S.. wMW
as Ato of as ler.of adnse t tha
ge ss1m he nu span hn .fo
oeto eea sme
te was aw sed i frakin
am elo s a her htemsaw whim
A a amm sme set mof hbr su s
a Wuseo & o Seo pik of burs,
fasusadmim ammeof assmes
Memo d dreamed the bad mbght that
00 was In. O---eamvergad hbr eink
ms e s mmds a adsh it ema, but
m ari s mm s.-i who were
pies sawy tMe aides befte t
t am "d god "arWed oowdbi her
"now er mbmanam it eseal*
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ilft lu mmb are obeg
WANWl"mo mean. :
.m a Vm. ............ 3 3vim
%Map 0o"06 ........... t1 PSM
RO hel'"es'...........17 *1t
'bdn e es ad Pa ...... i1 oil
A te Ga's. te d rlsWO... .14
PI% OGa'. nd PhI's...... 12 913
Om. Ga's. nd la's .......10 I l
AULtUTrON., 8. C., March 13.-
am Islmads: Reepita, 91; exports,
;ale. 71: l ook. 1,40. Market
steady: e te. : fly ae. f; eex-
a ftas. ic.

The retail druggists of th country.
as a class, are noted for their high
standard of IntellIgeace and honorable
dealing. but it Is a well-known tact
that oeca mally you wtll sad one
who will try to sell you something else
whem you call tor a remedy of stab-
hl ed reputation. He forgets that
your health to more important than
Per example, who you ask for Dr.
KUmer's Swamp-Root. the great Kid-
Oey, Liver and Bladder Remedy, don't
ltt any druggist, drug clerk or store-
keeper pere ade you into buying some-
taing else in its place Werr> time
he succeeds In willing you a worthless
substitute he makes more profit. but
you are numbugged at the exi-use ouf
your health.
For many >)4ars ve hase .atihled
with much lnte.rvi.t the. reuIti.irLi,l'-
record manlalitid l>) I)r Kilnear
amnipe KIRtx From the i iKli-
ning tMIhe |ro|riretors had *)o iuti h
ronfilde-u le in it that th. > in% it*1 1
fvrr. Coiiet t litl (or a fr.e ia i lh
bI.4 1 -eo4 l J llll > j' II -I
great Iru u iis It.I i e uit %I* I t I ithi .-i
dislt rva- lli' t i ,- r,tit k, ltil Ii. i r .it-
bladde r iriull, -
On anuthe-r |.i ,' thi- .i;s r \til
Illi flid a fe' l t, I ,'I,,t
.d by f I-liu ... It I ., e i .tl.

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n TGuayal G ad, vgll. .. .. ..... 42.57.6.
eo.,w. n.. ea n d T .. ........ .... ......... ams'as'
Sp ialTax D tr ......................... 14,7%1.U

inatch the bural g garments from Iher
body, adt in th meattme the loetb.
ln had haerme mp ls the whla Gnolo al ramd, Jowr mill. ........................... 24,328.
of her bndL having aby the bo w
skin. TO l............. ... .............. ... .... ........ ......
y hard work the ammes wom ke Total Tame or C.m. y purpe,0. .... ......--. l
h rebac Mher teaoe rted is TONM Tm or ommo w..............................
BOW ANe & swi etees tmm -- 7....M
of her bek oel W d4w s Ixmw s a .. .... ................................................. .....
* b.e rO, WOd te eeat that tshe wt A gahd bapA C r Semti3n 84, Laws o1i Florida, I
rnale Em b s t he Sameu baeM d hM ert M 1e m hoegeiag l. tire _sd .i ap* of _u0e t
had a great deal ito with keeplug the mewwl -d of s coaty a abow by the TaxI W r, 190 now aI
thUm from thet fr mt sm Imeree. soy eae.
M(eal) Wima m dy hid sad the *l lof sur Cbct Court at M
Mhe M a ay of about years of rids, thsMa h I 11, 190. 8. H. WING2M, Clark Ohe*ON
&s, has been a rediest of the Hague
mesmtl owr a enoor f years, amd T' Prust Natlmsl Ba c Bauc s
her meay e* d wsympathis l ha Iacra ld Its lotal stock
-einn -r. u tM..... fm Im.MO to I"e.Wa n Twt- Wml
mumeama l uso se thimts -o mbow
i 1,5 m -
E II 1 l $ $"Aftb- f -+-- -"

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is a Saby of ElghteeMn Months, and
Aether Child Wa Carrying
Him at Time.

fProm Sndajy's Dally S1m:
George Loe. the little 18-months-
old baby of Geo. Dampler of Hague.
happened to an accident on Friday
that will cause the child much pain
for some time to come, and will In-
terfere with its walking for life.
Together with the other children
he was playing In fr tint of the house,
when one of the little girls, Lollie.
picked him up to carry him Into the
street. In making the trip she fell,
and In some mariner the little fellow's
leg got caught and twis-td uwnd- r '-r
body. with the result that tu i Ltae
was broken Just abovc tht ankle of the
right fool.
No l|h)siciain being i ir the ruem-
bI-rs of the family) aet the urokeni mani
twr as best they could and bound it
up. but li h.iia. uffirtAld art IAin
siutce the' ac'idten t l. .1ides- bling
badly injured It ill nutsk i him u crip-
ple for life,- and tht arcadt tt i detidl)
regretted !.) thel Ittll it,.er
thliat are con-taitt!i s atnliit g ti ) Igr Kll t
in, r I',in i.a V Nt imw cull dloubti
-it h1 tit 1u1f SL1 aug j1 a1

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S .tiiurilat-r d t o- te t life you are liv
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Covers the IDUtii U, Broke-
viaV; tA k Ocalsa mulbe-
Yond; utratto 4uwannse ki-
vr ; north to Alachua, hIghC
au-Iet l rtlanagtog Sprinigs,
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_____to your druggie pt a bottle of
SWhels of vehicle POa over oy djL On the wrapper are fll directional
an td a hSadly .rm ostineg the latre turY, Ca-rdul hoa
SfI.4u1 AmI eRw which s tablh in thousands of home, as a safe
p ys ur mam., twion Very Well Lat N pan whiemen endure. It is
the Sodard dh o.. Ucordq c | ontamD no harmful ingredients a n be
r mt St day iln S: ed o n i ltmost any Cm
T111"in e am~tst am- Wom ya ms ote the Amberol An unruly horse which was twin-'
So driven on Friday afternoon by M.
S'dS.- so S rS.S o yoterO. 1B. Bailey of North ainesville will
Sit dlnls 1400 = ofm ay kind-ewr noe or spoke cause that lady much pain for the next
beSme t"d < 1 weedl boulght out with staMtlinlg several days. I
mmZaoi n0l lM dl.*fty -The aulmal became frightened and
o l w-e OWL -whmen be shled Mrs. Bailey was thrown
SeO I We hawea lOUPe pIpy Of the ll 1 from the buggy. all wheels of the re-
S est sds, or Febtuary and March, hide passing over her body. Friends .
4gs g p 1 do d m po-aW og ot whav vo were near picked her up and had D %m
eve1i 1 orythlng possible has been done to J1 ,E SsatTIadM, tijea 1
l dis ..P R -.he r aalr ehM andcbfort her. he s sn tillntobw0l ib : 111t6l w u .di s
In P" bm MAO to so IA oein J-jh a ga-M & do a d ya

s.....S P physician mad everything possible will
O 'am --*-be doame to allay her suf^eri ns.
mm m C. ML & g *' *dom anydma to t vehicle or |
l 0l.. U Itfn sf aIntsmad Mrht down the tret. Jj
60,00 am a l wt obtaro eemela s witc V em Ap Irementt of the County Taes ofr Almehm County, Pieridsfas
0 s.....*. Man w______r the Tax Roll of 1911.

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SDeember 21. 1902. at OGaine-
O P. as seeond-clae matter.
SWr Act of Congress of March 3,.

^ jgL---
8very NiMasy and Thurmiy
M koalesvll Fleorida.

S jL aM. IrCKARY, Editoer and Wgor.

Torm of S0utmeriptim.
1tY Twee4-Woeek Su $1 a year;
a sa- Me.; single copies, 6.
AdvegWge Rates:
,* D m iaerdtomets. 15 eeats a
Slthe Armt sad 10 ents for each
7 gamWy advurtiou*to for three.
.4 ad twelve months at peclal rates.
af rushed pom application.
stage and Death notices Inserted
aS. ObitmartMs. 5 Mte a liue.

O Clubbing rslio.
p o am d The Th"rea*Wok
SLT.) WorMd me year....... $1.6
%r eli sand The Atlanta (Ga.)
= OototUy MMmtlo e o year. 1.76
t m sad The Atlsanta (Osf.)
l e"oty Journal me year 1.4
so ia andThe Seml-Weekly
S Umnlm ome year ....... 150

eW v met accept stamps of
1Wd1-momduabmti tha 2 ents..

Penacola ranks second of the ports
f the United states In the Importation
af mhoany. handling lat year no
s than 8I.M.00 board fet,. while
NW TYork the leader nl this business,
ileIted 1&000, board feet.

R is said that the Anti-aloo
lae spent $30.,00 to carry Ten-
a ase "dry." No estimate is given.
eWer, of the amount the alooa
SON apeat in their effort tc keep the

Cgressmaa D. H. Mays of Monti.
aie has appointed Jefferson Davis
spb of Marlanna his private see-
Iry. Mr. Stephens was twice a
mesdate for the seat In Congress
bo held by Mr. Mays.

smi menm do a great deal of work
WbiaSt stopping every man they meet
to give him a minute detail of the
iah, vim, skill and cash every per-
MMe demanded. Other men plow
werfully over a very small job.
Tsur essed well tI blowing them-
dese but othingl else up.

The assertion of LaWyer Meeks, Ia
0e COoper-Carmack trial at Nashville,
smark The 8L Peterabwur Indepead-
at, that It is no harm to kill an editor
% -teresting-to the editor. "Gen."
Me11s ought at least to grant them
h protection of the game laws and
1V iot Me killing to the open season.

Nat all the business men of Tampa
Iver the radacs of foreign horses In
thatcity. Some of them say the book
akers get not only the bulk of the
onaey brought there by people who
eame to see the races, but a good deal
of the cash of home people. A race
Mek where betting Is permitted Is not
amadualve to either the moral or flnasa-
isal Interests of a town. Money made
' -t way is never used for the ma-
. larial advancement of the place.

Peach culture is receiving more at-
tiation in Alachua county than for
year past but not such as this desir-
able fruit deserves. There are particu
lar parts of the county where all va-
rieties of the peach can be grown to
Perfection, and we have for a loug
tie felt It to be a strange circum-

"ance that In such parts their cul-
Utvaio has been much neglected or
aUtrely abandoned. We hope there
ill be a revival of nurseries and orch
uds. It will pay to grow more

The sound, "rice and r)t i e uplhou
lous Old citizens, tell us that durinK
the war the coltoilatlion aa, ptucc...
fully made by 1 otlleif plalnte-ri The
lour of r),. mtade- 1ius-t i -. al atVAle t l t
ter bread. H ine III large liuniteIrr olt
faUllies has al alh' sulbotituted wlief
bread tuo a gr.e t ilegI. liid built flit-llt
ba lArKge-l .u i.tii iutled holns ll fo
the lteLakl.j .-l ii, .l II. r. ,e iha ., f ht ,. H ii, liee t lill 1 ,- 1 I, 1 l
l hl h ( a.ll i ll l 1 1 I II
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Did Pre'ido ut Taft blunt'er in .at
Ipoh tIlint a ha nke r S e r, t.iart f int
\. II\4 ihe r.killeel to t.ik. a le-- e
fronm the horrlle '.sexamtI, of thet prr -
ce.ling adniltilstration?
(If the' l..t il t tcrv-t ,'ari ,4 ,if 't,.,
nsm-v fl#. h- e ben thanke'rn and law-
ye r.r. n tIlr their adruini-trations-
nmlliont, of dollars of pibhlic niotni\
have b'eTI waaste'd. The extra^.iKance'
of the heads of our navy has Ixt-en mn
colossal as to attract the attention of
practically the entire outside world.
Kuropean military journals have re.
peatedly pointed out that much of th"'
money appropriated for the navy Its
used to build political organization
Instead of battleships.
Critics of the system and business
methods of our navy, In the I'
States as Well as abroad. ha#e Irac
tically agreed that the cause of mu* 'i
of the wastefulness has been that Ith*
men at the head of the department
has bees a lawyer or banker without
the least knowledge of naval matters.
Prominent naval men hoped President
Taft would not And the same pitfall
his predecessor did. but that be would
appoint a man with at least an aver.
age knowledge of naval construction
to take charge of our billion dollar
navy. It Is pointed out there are a
number of good men In the country
that are familiar with the navy that
he could have selected from without
entering the ranks of bankers and law-
yers. Although many prominent naval
officers have Indicated their disgust
at Mr. Taft's action an appolating
another civilian to run the navy, they
hesitate to speak publicly on the situa-
tion as it is not proatable for a naval
officer to Incur the displeasure of the
chief executive.
Former PostmasterlGeneral Meyer,
the new Secretary of the Navy, Is a
banker. To betgi with he knows prac-
tically nothing about a battleship or
naval station. The six men who pre-
ceded him as head of the navy enter-
ed upon their duties to a similar pro-
dicament And they did not remain
Ina their position hardly klong enough to
get acquainted with the department
heads. According to Representative
Dawson of Iowa. a Republican, enough
money was wasted every year to bulMdI
a modern rst-class battlesehip. Daw-
son is a member of the committee on
Naval Afalrs, and secured his In-
formation from the inside.
The navy department spends $127..
000.000 annually. What becomes of
this vast sum?
Only about twelve millions go to
building new ships. Only about four
millions, Macordang to Senator Hale, go
to enlarglai the dry docks and equip-
ping the yards where ship repairs are
made. It does not require 121 llx-
Ions for coal and amnunltion for the
ships, nor even for the salaries and
food of the men and officers.
Pay Inspector Mudd has Just made
a report to the Secrairy of the Navy
which shows where the money goes.
A large sau goes to yards that are al-
most ueless. With the exception of
New York, Newport News and one or
two others, the yards have not enough
water In the harbors which approach
them to admit of the entry of the big
ships now making up the flshting
strength of the navy; and if ships
could get up to the yards, the docks
they would find there are too small
to take them.
What do these yards do then? Pay
Inspector Mudd found at least part of
the answer. They are all busily en-
gaged In distributing money to the
constituents of certain Senators In
whose home States they are maintain.-
ed. The chief beneflclarles of these
yards are not the navy nor the Ameri-

can public, but the friends of Senators
Hale. Galliger, Perkis, McEnery and
Smith of SMaryland.
All kinds of ship stores are manu-
factured at the yards HSut the answer
to where the money goes Is found Inl
the cost of this manufacture. It oc-
curred to la)> Inil-Co iIne colmparl.Mimh h-t Iw-in lthe' cost oft
article'si manufacture-d at the' different
% urds Th. followliK extratl i fromU
tlhe Mudil r, InTI tell their o iin mijr J
-A It; foot %ard amid $1'4*; at atiinolh r
h e?... to a t l. as nutl ii h t ll i". oh1
,.ri d A \ .c fe'H iia.-' t I $ -'ll 'i
sI < 'l .1 fI *f .' I at iiol l ll Ur

t i- .11 1 -

t .,mei .aieI
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ders were $6 at one yard and $10 at
another. A tiller was $1 at one yard
and $3 at another. Oh. ye sailors.
think of an ordinary boat tiller costing
$3 Why. a landlubber could buy a
lawn mower for that money; and the
gears, knives, roller, and other things
in the mower. Only the other day
the writer bought over the retail coun-
ter, for his own use,. a pick handle. It
Is a handsome piece of finished work
of Its kind, made of hickory; It cost
20 cents. Cut It nla half. and with a
little whittling It would make two Ase
"Turalng to furniture: A mahogany
desk for a cabin cost 5$1M.76 at ome
yard. while at another, one made for a

sister ship.
cost $112.07
at another.

cost $190. An oak desk
at one yard and $163.30
Toilet racks for offiers'r

rooms, of which there are more thea
400 made for each battleship, cost
$14.40 at one yard. while at another
exactly the same article was turned
out for t neat round of $ 0.
"A chopping block, a simple Sad
pro article of ship's eqlage eot
$3 at me yard a6nd at another. A
meat block cost 4 at me yMard ad
$10 at another. A alcohol chest, to
hold 7 allows. cost $71. 3 at me
yard and $131.61 at another, while the
same kad of cebt. but to mcotat
only 0 galklo, acot at ome yard
S2.2 and at another $12. And
so on."


Nocesity is a hard but wise master, S
aad the school of experience is a dear
one. Necesslty and experience ought *
to have Completod the edurcationO af
our tarmes lg ago. That diversity "4
of rope alone can se mre thm a com- w r
petene is the hard lesson that Mhae _
been ground nlato them every year. In
every ase where an ladustrou plant" T
or has made cotton a subordinate crop
to be feed crops he ist l a condition Mu
mnb improved apes the year prv-
lou. On the other hand, those who e
r O DO 7&erW
of -aW lac inoadvaam ad a dred't. Q
relyl= to pay Uwe tthee
bai4 ath U "al disp as
poilatment and mbarrammenLt.
Small to ohaWa their rs
oil rg.lac. part of a
country an achieve iad4opg e ofa as
debt by p ingBl the ol No aralam was
populatlor In thl world has ever pros- o
pered permanently on the production t (C
of a single staple article of commerce. an
What would become of the people of of
the great Northwest If they depended Neo
for their prosperity, or even for a In
bare living on crops of wheat alone? Pre
Happily, necessity ings ago taught __g
them that their well-being depended Pm
on their diversifying their products. the
Every farmer there who has won lade- re
pendence, from a small beginning, has
done so by raising his wheat oats. i,
corn. hay. peas, potatoes, pigs. lambs. yet
kids. calves and colts for his owuse, yet.
and selling only such as It was dis- the
advantageous or unnecessary to keep. .A

This Is the road not only to Inde-
pendence of debt, but to comparative
wealth. Annually buying the neces-
saries of life for his family, employees
and working stocks, will ruin any
We have mentioned the only cereal
entering largely Into consumption.
wheat, that cannot be abundantly pro-
duced In Alachua county. Indian corn.
oat, r)ye. rice. sugar cane. peas. velvet
beans. lotatuoes, and all roots and
vegetable can be raised in the great
ieat jprofusilon fur ho ie consumption
HIo 'can sitoks of kinl., swine. niules.
horte.. ihee-p. and goate ite rreared in
a. large l unilwri r n a.i li.tet ilty i aI) a
d' lianl ('Orit. for nie-al and houllili
oat- fIor nie-al aiid ls h k fet-d. rive-F. u : rij and 1mtidui..o tcanIt l. pre.
itt *" iii quL, ; oll ii ,:e n a r#II
f. Itlg .,I I.0., e | ,1 I,l .t -rU|,| ,la,-

- 1 ,' r I it+, \ t 1 .>it li I i i
fI l, k sI lI 's | 1 V I" ill 1 1 '

r e + I ... i I t I 1 ', I t 1 1i l l

sustaining and independent of the fatal
credit system, he will be sure to make
all the bread, except Sour, and all the
meat. sugar and syrup needful for his
family and employees, aad all the
provender for bhis work animals, on hbs
own land. Then be wfl be prepared
to draw all the money he e ouat
of cotton. With this and sarplufage
of other eld crops, supplmeated rby
sales of better., e .s lard. poetry,
fruits, vegetables, etc.. he ea tliprve
his surrouaadls, purchase whatever
else he may requ &ad live as ahde-
pendent as a lord. Bt he will al-
ways be poor, always harased and
Crippled with debt, die a miserable
man. and leave his family Ina poverty.
Itf he coatim es to reere the ale of
common sense, mneglet the rllag
voearly suppiMes, a plas prim y
cotton as the sale cra mo t of wM
he expeeta to pay advianBe for every-
tahg hs fmily. emlplee and rtm
stoeek annealt easm Thi is the
road to waMt em have trav d. Lt
wiser min sm it.


(ph mMla .News.)U
laee the piblleatim et te edisrll iaI

k With the Board of Co lr-Theu Sa
ilag News has been In reesipt of kmd
merous letters from people in this
tiM of the State 0a0m1 id1g The
sg News or te position tbl as
tlhs hupartnt matter. sad nglag
ontinaatee of the ht ar the e- a5
donat a am at Gai-eslle wh won a
pr-du"e the desired reelts.aof
several of the writers eet to the
reomo tob Prdent MurpN ei s a
oohlelmsprelemser." mad thin I s
hap by delw em"oThemWeaft

to toMl
M.e vexing News was fuaty aw an

t y tiht Its peesd el idet t I a
do metion,'a thelsse ipp ,m in
I mp"Sismn m bem i OWm m

fd of Centrol to sawmi -br ambr"
ie high posiations who pesessed I
t he iger degrees. 4a"
Thenthe Board of OCtrolma-dsf 4& i
t seletona of a pres det t tb aW i
amevTe r. Mrpmre was de It
a proper ma S the place, smd It
said at the time, whether with
without foundat. that the Board
patrol did not feel lke etlectla a
a who did not posses the deree M ,
LL, D. The point The veala
s attempted to bring out fordMy
the editorial mentloed was that
sident Murphree. without high de- 1)
s, oeeld acomplih more as a Per
rtical. broad-minded builder than e-7;
man with the long string of do|I..
0s but without that executive aSl- io
so necessary nl the seeemplosh- 1- ) a
it of the work that had. and has *
to be done at Gaainesville. 1 lN)
resident Murphree has long had Thfer

right to add "L. .." "A. M.." aad
''" hm b4 ima-_ &_. A a -_

A. S. I Ie Ur isigiUri, id a few1
weeks ago he was given the degree
of LL D. "on the grounds of his
broad scholarship, ad s great saerv-
ice to the cause of higher education
In Florida."
We understand the Board of Control
failed to take deoalto action on the
matter of the selection of a presi-
dent of the University at Its meeting
a few days ago. and The Evening
Newi sincerely trusts that It will
wel', carefully the matters presented
by it e ,.fore- any fnlal action I.- taken
If t' i,- e-t er to b-i a change' at
(a ille. inw, il the- tin .- iand. in
our hlumille ,pl.on IDr Murphree is

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Why Take Alcohol?

Are you thin, pale, easily tired, lack your usual vigor and
strength? Then your digestion must be poor, your blood
thin, your nerves weak. You need a tonic and alternative.
You need Ayer's Sarsaparlla, the only SarsaparBla entirely
free from alcohol. We believe your doctor would endorse
these statements, or we would not make them Ask him
and fad out. Folow his advice. c.A ,

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In Which a Reoldshe of Af
CeUty WIll be Awarded a 6m8
--d at I. PumeiWed
Bmb & SeAird PPian o1 SMeo u
sentatve of The I. L & "Mai
Miami, eaO Cereao t tObe a nm
THE SUN Isn ebale eo of

One $M. HoNevud mh
SIven to the perem
Couty of A cbus who
ember t, 1- -I M.
llth. 11W.
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Ik.Sr e 3r Neibifa Or of New
&* iM-LM ha a th be
a te h U.o ma--osor ni*sa
afth.edot soup

p m'ri a Ae rleat o

T- O n d mba *a derom toJo

mI ratme e ms wat h tha waeAt. f
41 010. No Ami al ad haymad

W1imA b t dey t.e t cw-
ther wt ovmmSast. b T.e
"m sias e weSa lemLthaw.

e e otic as f theaso prmwbe
a ar Uag Wsoaat to to oirned.
3 viewsofal and beady

Sh ainly pem ta eha read
S alpe i the amr urnsa It rlachte

aa vele ems of otfw they protest
tr POe vrem tme but as the other
Sane Sm etl and t1ae *rtahl Web
lIas sao ar z as meO asai mnre- I
ams alle ma ilutm othe snt.' e

I MMaslJ b ina ahewla and ender
saosAberae m tev ominhg tgtheracto
01 te Metseast and tthe peopates

UNDOesir th subitticast ofi"-prob u

leftsor "- ~a lothwe It is b) kuued
" 1t 5 malaWy' a onthe -teand
aesm ahbea fa fetarfl rov.waus
Wha -e aem to Kahe coming tohe r I
amtaM l aM~s ,awa. wh and modern

ag.m He had to make

pne-l mad Father Aas am. when he
ame Tem Paneama to take eharse of
the aeb @ve mom tlh ago. made sev.
e aMlMes wbkleh are said to have

AN te mea arrested are members
a St. tmanslals church and the p.
N" ordered the arrest of an the form-
a tustess wbom the dead Priest Ous
ed wbi he took charge of the partah.
The plelBe Iast aniht arrested three
men, eapets all Potes, who resde
ar the ahurhe. At the same time it
as assaNmad that the bllef was
" Owg M he priest's easslas
wn aot Newark me. altoug it was
ompo at mthe murder may have
Win pa-m here Od that sene of
m u der arret may be a e to

A ~e S PIse-s gathered
s* ai be"M hat of the retery inl
whMc y the beody Ofthe murdered
1e1 e16 e sOF theO N Brief and do6
mmal to ame the body. The poa-e
oasesuad h f@sawi A mder emam.

egul- a deaMe Me tof peollee

s ime med gr two .ours "r mree
ae 9im Nbed i single Us past
t* e In wvhic the body lay.


-m td eof a hm laSatna treaty
VM theO 'West r baarlams' of
Wbe ad me inutetmes he
soew mw aWna er else involve
S M&Y i a diesto war.
'*at ioa this vat vage barrier
d" --1 hbtweM the hat uad the
f am m.....we" "a setading
p- 111etf the ether's lamn-
A kewM n ae two hbeteric lvM.
nom w i" diabet p amal, minee.
-9e6"MMlea, sand wsh league-
gan =1ad 1e1st widely a les to each
~- These aMme.s upa o fleas ofc
have bWo weagt iotn lose em-
ta*t n eemmes. by dlplomaey, by the
S"msary wWed movement-, at. d by

men aad -solars are found who allow
thmaestoo record a predet-
S t a MUner war than hae world
am svbeatM e one that 'two shake that
arth. In ev, table between the yelH
low and thea whites.
"Now d t great duty of both allow
tmslv s to gt nto recproper as shape to
tan each other war stand there iswor n
Othe way of knowlag each other more
Seer san one that of kowil sake the
other' s langtabe between the yel-e.
"Both as a 6verament and as a Iwo
pie we are far behind Japan in this
es"atial step towards mutual under
standing. She has for decades call-
ed the United States her teacher.
There is no government and people'
in the world that understands all the
nations as well as Japan does. The
government has sent year after year.
and till keeps it up. her choicest stu-

dents and officials to every nation to
steady It in every department of social
political, co-mmercial and moral life.
and then to bring bac the knowledge
gaaned for the use of the government
and for the education of the iPop)le
"But we of the great republic en-nem
so satlssed with our own Iprice-less Ill
*eli..etual areaires that we. are apt t i
be dominated by the thought 'l.
are It. If you have anything worth
knowing. bring It alonl and train.late
It Into English. and then -we will xt
amine it at our co'-iienitice..' "
lDr Hlv ore-.t pinli. tout tlha( I aKlic-I
Is taught III many Jallan -.- hlI and urge. that A ieriia It-Kil aint a i.
to enrourMtag- he. ,tudl' of Jall ui. -.
lHe declare, IIt,. i, will .l.t ..u t I
danger of i ou ll.. t. n lbt. ,
tiUoi until iI. i ,,, I t,1 I *1 I.
other ilc tiae
Now % al l n |, u hiik t i'.
hitorle frilt iil. hil ., tl i l. ., .
great and Miilh 1.,- 4.. 1. 1,, I.* Iof, Ii,
safe under hi ,.. ll it,.tr eour ,
Is." concludes* IN J I're--i 'llind tob ti.
tri ad uof ld Iue'>., ui'.te


Dothan. Ala.. Jan. 21. IN.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Rpgb-*oun. N. Y.
Geatleme: About one year ago two
of my hUeldrea saered badly hfram
weak kidaeys and diabetes: tbhetr ur:rae
was vry had and they w. iA have
severe spells of dlslnes, ad water
all rum dowv la health. I was Jat
about dilsauraed. I tried several
remedies ad ally a dotor. but
they dM mnt seem to Improve. I
kner of a risad who was taking
Swamp-loat lor kinay trouble with
ed resanlts, ad I keci to got
aome for the hildre. I noticed there
was some improvement after they had
taken two lar boWttl, sad coutimaed
to give it to them atil they had takes
a haf doses bottles ad were well o
the read to recovery. I think Swamp.
Root has dme more for my children
thm aay father medielfe I have tried
and I rnesmmnd4 it to one having ch l-
dre who euarer as mine did.
City Clerk, Dothan, Ala.

Sparks. Ga., Jan. 11, 190.
Dr. Khmer & Co.. Bin'ghmtou. N. Y.
OGetlembe: Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble; had se-
wve palas in back and hips. Was
treated by a physician, but without
any beneft. I noticed some Swamp-
Root advertised and resolved to give
It a trial. Afte taklu tour bottles I
was completely cured. Have not
suffered any pain at all since and aan
recommend Swamp-Root to anyone
suffertag from kidney trouble. Sin-
curely, MRS. I. V. STEVENS.

Brinso". Ga.. Jan. 20. 190I.
Dr. Kilmer Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemie: Some time ago I sauffer-
ed severely with pain in my back and
hap.. My back pained me continually
mad I felt miserable. A friend recom-
mended Swamp-Root. I obtained and
took the contents of two bottles when
I felt relef. My back has not troubled
me sine ana I can thoroughly recom-
mend Swamp-Root to anyone suffering
from kidney troubles, as I And it af-
forded me great relief.
Yours very truly,

Roston. Ga.. Jan. 13. 1909.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton. N. Y.
Gentlemen: Some time ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for some time I was suffering with
diabetes. I bad severe pains in my
back and hips. A friend recommended
Swamp-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 was entirely gone
and I have not xuffe-red the slightest
since. I cannot fie too enthusiastic in
my pralse of this wonderful ine'dicie
and it gies me great ple oaarur tit gi, ,
my teatimnonial in rezairdi to1% ite riter
Former Ma: or aa d Mewmber L-eg.i
We ha'e iold Mr Roiuntreie Swampn
Hoot and have. alo sold It in a Inui
Ienr of cases' fur kidlin'\ t r itle antd al
ways with |i-rfect ailalfuction

THN VALUE O vW F A n .- '.-
Elkwood. Ala.. Dec 14. 1400t.
Dr Kilmer & Co.. Hinghamton. N. T.
feir airs: I have derived such great
benefit from the use of your remed)
Swam|jRoot. that I believe It to be
most Impmrtant for the public :o know
Its worth. For the past ten years I
have been the most miserable of men
Did not know what the trouble was
but had to urulate very frequently
both day and alght; was puffed upi
generally. Coad not sleep more than
a couple of hours at a time. was great
ly distressd after eating a meal and
wai about worn out. I had tried near
ly everything I could see advertised
and bear of. without helping me tc
any great extent, until Ilally nla Oc-
tober last at Ripan. Wis.. I purchased
a one-dollar bottle of Swamp-Root and
commenced taking It according to di-
rections and I followed that with
another bottle and experleced speech
great relief and beamet from same
that I purchased flve dollars worth at
huntsville. Ala., and cotlnaed Its
use and am now taking It, but l
smaller doses and twice a day nla place
of four times a day, and beheve by
the time present supply is based up I
wall be entirely welL I am feelnag bet.
tar now than for tea years past. CUa
eat and steep ret-lasu la I tact. I am
feeling so good that I cannot resist
telling you about It. Tou are at lber-
ty to publish this testimalal should
you wish. Vary respectfully.
THOL. STAw.I-A4RD U. S. A., Retired,
Box 7, R. R. No. 2, lkwood, Ala.

New Roads,IA L., Ja. 2. 19i
Dr. Khlmar & Co., Binghamton, N. T.
Dear Sira: I write today to the pb-
lie that your wamp-Root eaured me
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
6goia; having spasmodic spells with
my kMaieys that were breaking down
my eoastitution. The beat medleal
Id was employed and they pronoanced
my trouble as alkal lan the kidneys,
but were unable to do me any perma-
nent good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root
and became a well man. This was six
years ago and I have had no trace of
the trouble. Yours for suffering -n.
Pastor Baptist Charkh. New Bads, La.


Blountsvitle, Tenn.
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over Ave years. 8ome two years ago
was taken with severe paism in my
back. I used medicine from my fam-
ily physielan for several months with-
out any beneLt A friend. Mr. J. D.
Nelso, advised me to try your Swamp-
Root, but I had no faith ln it. I con-
tlnued to crow worse and at last de-
cided to try this remedy and bought
of Long Breos a aftyceat bottle which
gave me great relief. I then bought
two one-dollar bottles, which I can
truthfully say have completely cured
Had It not bee for Swamp4Root. I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free delivery serve.
I advise all mail carriers who get
pains nla their back that Swamp-Root
will cure them.
I was so bad that very often my
wife would have to help me to arise.
Rural Letter Carrier, Route No. I.


Donalsonvllle. Ga.
Dr Kilmer & Co.. Bing
Gentlemen: About f
suff,,red from kidney ti
matilam in my hips. 1
my back became so sev
hardly straigaten up
walk without dragging
would urinate frequent
have to rin two or thr
the night. causing me
I(os of sleep. And w
%as all run down and
fle-ih I aw Swamp).
and N)oil (ill o tottle
takiiK It I t..t It )-tier
,ill right at nirht I co
it until I hid taken fou
I anm eintir.. fr-ee fro
the. back a.iid Imexan to
I aIsva%--, r.ricolinrild
mny frvi.nd a-, I think
cas, rtmarkaibhe
Your. \ery truly
M H na

. Jan. 20. 1949
thamton. N. Y.
our years ago I
double and rbeu.
rhe pain aerm,

vere that I could Wa'vcrosG. <;a.. Jaa. i
and could not Dr. Kilmpr & Cor.,
Ig my feet. I Dear Simr: DurinK laIt 0t
itly and would suffered from my kidnev.-.
e'e tlmues during I consulted mny phyiciaD. d
to suffer from scribed for me. but hip tresal
ith the pain I not benefit me. After rea"
I began to lo.-. Swam-Root llter attr I r
Root advertised give 7, a trial. After takial
to try it. After doaew. I felt some hat rellWe
and < o',I ld .,.,, after two onei-dollar I t(tle Is
lntinued to take. taken. I bad no painim .dil was
:r large Ibottle ,l y cured I have imt It d
m)" any ipaln in ain in my back (or hi- -IS
gain in e-lKht auy ()in e ..rlei<.' I 4<.u 1i
th'ampn 11 ot to re'-,'nimenld S wai1 It to I
the cure I!n ni aufferinig fromil kidu,.. r .iile
S' i Your-. \. i ril'
I('KSON. Mr Martin (co nl(iv- *r
loinl lle. (a. tran.fe.r bu iune.-.



Dr. Kilmer & Co.. B
Gentlemen: I hardly
express my appreciatloa I
your Swamp-Root has dga,
been greatly troubled
neys and with pain nl tae
with what the doeteor
matlon of the neck of
Sometimes my back woualJ
shape that I was almost g
had tried several doa
ecnes to no good effect,
noticed In some paper
mer proposed to send a
of his kidney medicine,
free by mall. I sent at -
celved promptly a sampl
teor takin it I found it ad
I them purchased two
merebait. Mr. W. J. BEm.-
tng the medicine I feltE
ma. and each day rode a-
teach school. You are t
se this letter, or renr
me, as I will always be i
them what a wonderful i
Swamp-Root is. Mr. Jama
aaundereville. Tenn.. is
good results. Very truly y-M
Member Tennessee
Rural Route No. 24.
Dothan. Ala., Jan.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blha
Dear 8irs: Have bees
more or less from kidney -
the last Ave years and was
try your Swamp-Root. Am
my, or give you testlima- l
has cured me. I as a travl
man for Messrs. Colgate A
York, and am always travel
road. Drinking the difemr
affected my kidneys.
Yours respectft


According to my ex
not consider there is anythlnl
Swamp-Root for kidney atff
Twice it relieved me w-4
completely helpless.
The last time I was tiAj
Texas, when my kidneys M
fected. and for ten days I
eruciating pains. accom
severe chills. Several years
having been relieved of a
tack. I naturally sought relid
fore from Swamp-Root.
After using four of the 1
bottles,. I was completely rem
went on my way rejoicing ed
ing Swamp-Root. ThWis N
years ago and I have had no i
of a return of the affl ctioa.
J (' SMITH l
Thirty third dgree MI

Everyv mall brings. unsoll<.ite.d testimoniial from people fr im11 all
Snit* i, d Statet au ld fnre.l- n lan u rds ez*x re.. lu heartf.It r.,lt ,1.l '
l)r Kilmer-r' Swamlp lltoot han done for them.
Sk) o 1 o it a"*on ePUll )*' You bol l o lth s *altdicinet to take' the I|!.e,
It.) oot If ..ou do .ou Sill b dlapoelnted-Ilnil f on b. Itll, .hat
f- three 1i. Un o uthr nUfdlkle-ine a. K tod as. Dr. Kilmle.r ,- ..l Ro14

Swam'vp Root I eto i e,( 'tblllltiet, id.iI fir .* !.t1; IXlbU IifI,,llI"A"'. kil',,-% Ii' (- r ertrl~l i p,,r
otitotii lurimic Ithe-eit % sand met- i a. iawa' tii. i i j ig (it, ,,ill hall'... Iiall t ItKl i llee 11 ,11 1 teia ill 11. H.
aig-e clue t) k~idia.'. t reulbl.- S A a if I I r .. o s- i ,41 1 -t IIserilj. .1of% h i's. e1
Don't Be Maislod-FI \. t, Is %i 'hllii -takI,, !-.I hr I'. itis r .S'cAiaj Cb. .,.tIii.

baitl I 111411,1119 I.: t th. \. ii I I ,4J e~h


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

Ias Purchased O1ary.

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THE ;ihElrI.i E SUN: MARCH 1;, 1909




Its way Through
S 0Asks for Aid.

JL )Iar, h 11 -With the
&Jath roll of Sund.ay night -
raado coming in the tall
L kanPSaS sto rtni1 whlih I:st
ero s A:amnalh and South
pyrd-)y smt hi motion a
a ont for the latter two
count t. n las? night.
killed in C thbert Ga..
*.*'r> ,*nd two negroes
Noeatomery. Ala.. the lat-
sa remtt of high waters tol-
S*ggg rainfall for the past

Ga.. yesterday got Into
lapmmunication with the
Er, sad sent word that a
lpaid through mlles of tim-
e ds and valuable property
t, besidee destroying
rmers' homes and seri-
a young man and a

.i O reported the damage
SSt $50000, and Mayor D.
Slaued an appeal for
half of the main business
1 Cathbert was demolished.
i a on Depot street was
a, -illing the street with
Vlll and timbers. Homeless
we1 ered through the town
i lr household possessions
vo wind had scattered for
I a directions.
dead at Montgomery are
20 years old; Thomas
of Atlanta. 23 years; unidenti-

riakley Asks Aid.
M E. ~Ark. March 11.-Mayer
HpoL JB n has issued an api-'al
fa. Ia as official statement he
the destruction wrought by
41iae Monday night; place's the<
Tf dead at 35..and says ovcr
were injured.



I N I Porter Picks a Quarrel
Sft Ke West Man and the
Latter Is Slain.

PETERSII'IG; Flj. MN.l.r4. 1I.-
Sarto ;a In r~ Irt,* : at tht.
i Hotel. sl.tot and killed W%'ill
Mr of Ke) \ tliis morning ;at
Io ek.
Skilling wa, entirlh uiuiir.,>oke'd.
I h general opinion is that liar-
P 00 hang for this act. The re-
I 1 that Barton tried to induce <
W t0o1ght. but could not gain hi.l
Pl hally, on sons. slight e.\uA'S..
bew a revolver and fired three.
i, mse lodging in the siiinal col
b i Was the direct rause of the
s Ome shot lodged in th.' arm
I elher in the groin

C any i*erson rihk taking
i isllown cough re.nedy w hen.
w'* Honey and Tar costs the-m no
*? It is a safe ren.m,. contahins
bimftleI drugs. and cures ithe' no.t
Scoughs and cold.n Wh> '.x-
with your hnilth" Inlistt
all Li the -gdtle iFul'.b ltlon-
FMl.r. J W.KColltin & Co.
there something shich only a
- Ad- a do fur you today?




Higher Court Affirms the Opionon of
Justice Gould. Although It is
Soriewhot Mcci'oec.

WASHiINGTON. Mritl h 11. T.,.
CX,:r cl A iL-alh. of ti. 1 l- trl t It !
lumbia l.a.- nei'lifl'd .ia l atlirenl r i t i
,,inlion of .Iu.-IiH ( ot l. oi tl,,o .
ir m e (.' ri of i .. .trit'. ..t.. .,
ti.' Ani I ii(n FV Jdertioni of laltor.
Samunil Gonmi,.'r, and o'her dfflui'iliat-
from publishing lin the **At' (o()l t
liatronize" list the niaigt of the 1u(.
Stove and Range Companiay of St.
The opinion holds that the decree of
Judge Gould should be modified to the
extent that there should be eliminated
from the decree a restriction of a la-
bor organization and other defendants
from "mentioning. writing, or refer-
ring'" to the business of the Buck
Stove and Range Company or its cua-
tomers. Otherwise the decree is af-
The court holds that a "combina-
tion" and boycott in furtherance there-
of and the publication in the "we don't
patronise" in aid of a boycott is 1l-

A Swollen Jaw
Is not pretty nor pleasant. Whether
it's caused by neuralgia, toothache or
accident. Ballard's Snow Liniment will
red*ee the swelling and reeve tr.e
pain. The great and sure cure for
rheumatism, cuts. burns, bruises,
scalds-any and all aches and pains.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.

The Trlkative One.
N,:r i;.Iut.-'l (it .l l I. .iluI* I, I -
I | irvttlit he Iast' 't i l t 7in '! Ik' 1
long nt:d tiresome sioeer'h from some
talkative cnuy. Mi:n Slltinr .ext-Oh.
I Mutlioee mo. 1' the talIkntiv'e guy
that has to make the speech.-Chicago

1 *IatM Uam Chiw&
ThkW Yu KinAtwaT
Dears the
4aeture of 7T

Notice is hereby given that Ancle Wimzwiahr.
teureah%cr of Tax Cer tificates Nou. 64 w .t-KI,
anzd sa'V,.dated tbe &bthdaw of Aril. A
D. 1-49 hastilied saidCecrtificaties In nm
Offce. aia0 baa made app'licatkmion fr tax deed
to immue In accord&&nce with law. Said cartX-
CatSes emrace the foiiow~fln described pfrov-
erty situated In Alae~hua county, Florida. tw*
Rock 6. R 1;, 11cmik.6. III: Block 6. R. 19.1
and Ilok k6. H2u 3. Vt .-00&L'Enirle. Addition
The said land being ass~mmed at the date Of
the ie.uarbaep -of -ell e 'ilt-'at" in he na-es
of L'akcisn. Uaknuviu. 1nksots nand 1Iua-
Caleum said oer-tidat~e% Lihall bC rede emedsa
aordisg to !aw tax deedew i..~ue thereon as
&~be31 t day of March A D.l10io
WILness MY 4"UCila) IAaLure sand e6064shb
the 8L'b day of lebroat j. A D). 19u.5
1%. H. WIbLNUY.S.
Pi Clerk Circuit Court A laebua Co, a.
Notice Ift hereby ihlien that W S IHrooame.
tourchaMw-r oif Tax Cer~tlfcate Noi USa dated
t !or Sth dav of Jjil A 11.L 14;. bas i 1.d
"A v .ertifleaJLe' In mp urnlc..and ba% zajade &V i
1-i t'at~ioifur tiox deed to Issue IL accordance
witb aa "AMi eCCItUie el PLbraCC% the ful'
lou dr--c.ritord s'rc.ert) satuated la Alachua
Vio t barilda twiw t
1. Piumland 4sdl :i.Ti, 6# % RK9
'j tiesk ald lutrsd beavrS ae.aed aL tIhe date of
thet 1&%UAL,4-C uf sUCh CertILICAA teI.the'IAV GaLC Of
tn!.- a maid eertitleate %ha.',Me redeemed se
*lhfltl.a!ir io65 tal deed whi lIssue thereus UC
tbr.' ti- of .'e,re't.A DI) APi.
%V'Isi.e.. 11,) oflet& ,Al1riat'ure arid betsthis
Ltx' a. -) of belpru~Arp A 1) lA~I
S It ~h:uI,


The ^o,.l-\vill. kiirl-h-t nl,.i. l- .,,ll,--t l\ .-i-t1-
t' of ';.'i l, tIli ''r ; l

our I'.llaki1 I't )1li1-.

Maki, i .. lLE NilIpltrtA-r --BAN K ( .\-


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Jodge Amien Inshtrts Jury to ldta Vaert .,
Wl.kN@M of be, I. SPo
of Not ithy Certed C9 _.

CHICAGO, March 11.-The Stand- that the prosecution could not furnish a-.eke- ---.
ard Oil Company of Indiana was yes- the further proof deemed necessary dMrfasM~ an
terday found not guilty of accepting by the court for a contlawutmo of the1 16 "
case. that Judge Anderson announced -f *
rebates from the Chicago and Alton his d,.t -iton. ad, ,.
railroad on hipuments of oil from Mr. Wllkerson said that the Govern- NOTIC( 7 0 R M JOAOsL
Whiting. Ind., to East St. Louis. Ill. ment could proceed so further and DIr u al & am..
The verdict was returned by a jury suggested dismissal of the case. At- UI. ea- ollw,1
in the Flr deal court on instruction of torney John S. M iller, chief counsel in N ohs "toshe 'ii
Judge A. G. Anderson. who averred the cat e for the oil company. Imme W.i S ead bwSe lSS
that he followed the circuit court of 4! moved that there be an In- *n o0-M*. ** W t. of SoM* I
puMe ISowth. Sage a wtea U
apix-als' decision as to the verdict re- tnructed verdict of not guilty. The rid"sa aes s2* aan sootee
turned at the forjuer trial of the same court so ordered. and the jury, which lsw aveber ga
(ase and on which verdict Judge. had been excluded during the argu- -eeeI'wr or "a ew i l. ~m es. I
Keneamw Mountain Landis as Meased ments by the attorneys, was called In 4 laMtes aP mes @ s S-- a---
a fine of $*:!,.-'4o.*4t. and charged I.b KIS a ll f tVnLM
Judge Anderson's decision was not The decision of Judges Grosacup. 96t M Ula aanaw.
unexpected. as he had told thIe overn- Baker and Beaman of the United
ment iprosbcutors that the roof re- States Circuit Court of Appeals, re- MOTIC IUCA .W.
lied on In the firtt trial was incompe- versing Judge Landis, together with U.

tent and t
ed or fall.
an air of

hat it must be complement

It was with

something of
that District

Attorney Edwin W. Sims and his as-
sihtant attempted to show the admis-
sibility of the Illinois classification to

pIroe the existence of a legal rate of

the action of the United States Su-
lpreme Court in reviewing the decision
of the court of appeals, was assigned
as authouit) for decision.
Judge Anderson quoted from the
opinion of the appellate court Judges.
The strongest expression In favor of

IN cents, which was a vital point in his view. he said. was the statement I J. W
the Government's contention. in that 00eision that "the most we can oto> aW U U
It was after Assistant Iistrict At- say I that the question is one upon 3 slalY CU
tornyv James H. Wilkerson had argued which judges. after full discussion.
for tso hours and in the end admitted might very reasonably disagree." IsA* arM tal iflinf
t Ta AU Wham Is MIt N* Oem*ee bbe ige
-.Typewriter ribbons for sale at this The habit of alnsUerig ads. that A" es a*
llece. The best on the market. Only appeal to you la o0e that will keep aeSal W t ell it ms o M
seventyflve cents. All colors and for you lnterestd la the Ute yO re UT- asksfor ma order decaudg the reeal S am
mes ad thSat the house e ad uts a Wf. Ua
ise on all standard machines. Inv llme d eS* td hee a at Loistdims mad *a oaadssaa
belestts lto deced. at .toIs ed over to
Admilatetrator for the purpose of gvevw
No wSw@allOI Mow theefer e sall IIers ors as
estate o M. J Hul are required s
Sbeftr e are at G a esat le Yoirta. sea ih
d Y of Marcb. A AD Ilk %W tosw ggM if
au) b Ua d eha lt e hold ae bbitats abe
h1ieG MASON. Cmatsa


I Eu

Fl up up


( )f iour altroi- ilnd frit'elds we hlave in-
t.tll.I tl l'll)RD'IK 'ASH lHDISTl*'li
I .\-N Th" se little' I nks regi-tcr
1it(lit ut- IIt into tIn-Ilt anu di illow yo%- til li
alamilI t \lt ) lI il t lit-ill at all tin --.

Comse i am let shM Ithe to you. They ar
fm tfor st a sau s accepts at hem.

The First National Bank of Alachi



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.Civil Engineer sed wvgjer.
prompt asstoic on allbusises.
IItIONO'. "I rot 4~1 or Nt of Thn"Oehe

OW .. oil
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ai'd it III spjend the n, \~t few dauit hore'
If1 MA D vpisitmn the famill3 of J. M. alil
MPTT ~ %1rp Or. P. L.. Robbh left ic'-:.trd.
wo UhimlII.)Lfor 4Chicagto. vsh#-re' she'willl spend
the' next sieve-ral w- ekil. She K4".. to
~ .~*~mytake' a Puegcial hemuriw In her lerof.

Tam Cato of Alachua was In the city
yesterday. Whike here he took advint-
Rage of hil vIilt and renewed him ,-ub-
scrlltion to the fast increasing lists
of Al:ichua's luminarv

S -m ,WVr'-.WO i M. Iutia-0. fM \H 1< :1t,,NIst4.1 ill
-- lthle city yeterd,.y. He htat,-s liAt
.' / *,. :It,, trucker are ,.ry Imbny with their
P r of Etill.tollon as trans- cail ,; ( r *'i and are, ,hipiilug hir'e,
I in the' cit> .f',t,.rday. I4:'alntiti,.. ei.ry u -k.
the nerchants of that Notice tthe (.an,< ili the adver ., *
S ofni,.rrv Idt of tie Ituird Il.ard ari' Con ......
IL. Va, of Evin.-ton arrived in anotlh.r column of this issue. They
I yesterday and will spend i are advertising the fact that they have
Several days here visiting the sportling goods that satisfy.
, Thaddeus Hague. the deputy sheriff
S*gy of Arrdondo. the cat- of Hague station, who was comp.ll, J
at vegetable grower of that to shoot a negro on last Sunday. was
gM among the visitors here In the city yesterday. He accidentally

SA. Fsher departed yester-
W1Ut spring, where she will
o at few days with her

-IAg of Alachus was In the
He brought a load
esutry hams and found
uintut awaiting him here.
S Ieate and Annie Brown.
ei n ladies of Salem. Va..
Kin the city on a visit to
t. Cleonr. East Alachua

SI h rd. deputy C. s. marshal
t at Cedar Key. was
Olaieville yesterday. He
later on to make this city

W. V Shehee of High Springs
to city yesterday. He states
of Interest has transpired
t oig robbery there on Mon-

r eriff L E. Story of Wind
i- Il the city yesterday. He
oif the most active deputies in
Sld and has worked up sev-
L. lIagdord of Newbe-rry was
ft visitors to the city ye.ter-
ad while here made a pleasant
it Ms office, renewing his sub-
tr another year.
P gy Van Ness of St. August ine.
im6md to his home after a visit
i r the past two days. He has
9f vast real estate interest in
*F theold Van Ne's estate, a;i.d
P a good deal of his tin'v
Mar to come ove-r and ge-t t:x
traightened up
Ctamberlui of Tacomain i
the visitors to th0 C ity. He
that a great mnan. cabbage have
moved frono his section during
psit few da)s. and that about all
Irs ady baie tlen cut. but he the rains will cause a
auy to head and be firm for
sext week
Kathleene and Ida Moore
two sisters who have been
the past two weeks here as
Iule of Miss Leonora Vidal, de-
lPMterday for their home at
N. C. They made many
lirag their sojourn here who
ei r departure and wish for
S tarOi of their visit.
Neit day', Dady Sun
I* Howell. a planter of Alachua.
1 Ib the city yesterday.
Lt 6 A. Perry of Hananaick Ridge-
1 5Opplng in the- city .% ida)
1i. Cauthen of league %ai, .moig
It tarntArs iitiig tihe l t 4 '1-

shot himself in the root and can
scarcely get about.
J. B. Simonton. an extensive trucker
of Macanopy. was in the city yester-
day. He was en his home af-
ter an absence for the past ten days
to Georgia. where he has been looking
after his large peach Interests In the
"Goober" State.
H. E. Wallace, better known among
the Gainesville people as "Hornle."
has returned from a tour of the coun-
try. having been absent for the past
three years or more. He is now a
full fledged "Jockey" and has been
following this vocation, making a rec-
ord both for himself and his mounts.
J. A. J. Strickland of Hague was
in the city yesterday. He is happy
over the abundant rains which have
visited his section during the past
few weeks and says they will doubt-
less be the means of saving him the
long hauls of water be has been coo
spelled to make for many months for
both his animals and family.
L. H. Hall. member of the County
Democratic Executive Committee from
Orange Heights. was a pleasant call-
er at The Sun office yesterday. Luther
is another of those old standbyes of
The Sun whom we are always glad
to see. lie is one o0 the oldest sub-
scrlbers to The Sun and has never
failed to show his appreciation of the
paper in a substantial way.
Chas. Nllson. one of the' successful
colored farmers of the East End. call-
*ed at TheI Sun office yesterday and
renewed his subscription to The Sun.
It is a noticeable fact that a regular
subscriber to this paper among the
negro race is rarely e eer heard of bhe-
in-t in trouble of any kind. and when
their' do get "mixed up" with some
other mu-mlwr of their race It is some
unruly person who is to blame'.
A. Jolly. one of the old and highly
esteemed citizens s of Orange Heights.
was a welcome visitor to The Sun
office yesterday. Mr Jolly is now
eighty-fle years old and is a remark-
ably well-preserved man for his age.
He has been a subscriber to this pa-
per so long that the editor has forgot.
ten when his name was first entered
on our books. and a better paying sub-
scriber has not been on our list since
The Sun was established.
#frm Sanda Do* SIm.
C W. Wells of Alachua was In the
city yesterday.
E. W. (iddeon of Stokes was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday.
1) M11 Zetrouer of Rochelle ass a
%isit)r to the city yesterdayy
.1 II Roebuchk of Melrmse aa, Itrans
actinIx b l Iin1 iii the city eAtetrda

It e*Se 1;Iua II l Ii gUe''Ail- .11t1e1119

ANANr %A. I'unell of IBrwimoi wals
Obct,-; ut-NI.hiu.sliilie-1. 1t) I 9'S

0411rgL~a115 N l--i-r of Nt Ioe'rry

low MIae-Kill,I ,

1h0'6Chili 'I U14I. gumi ,alet -I to
hft IW1c 4 k AI.) 1 4 j JIi
%KJAK b i .:Ii 1
10 el i. io Iht-

w C, A .c il I & \ Lt

lb &i)a 0t*d -ItI K( I I II-
Jr. atn It 11, iI- I i -i
b ib N h Wi-raii .18-,11 l ik I 1,11I 1lit
L40 4&)& LkIv i litilig ItIc.d,.J.
hi a ilits. aI &IJ b&i4 jda eLI of
M itihe- -it) eetrt dse

tle t i le, o -1111 t 1) G t 1114e-'% 11Ilv 4atic I eile
A(t4 lid Ithte t,1,4 imiK of Mrrs M J.
I Iltt6io -:,o~l Ci i W vdii- A A)d a n ad iluri-

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I Wn sope d *d WhMt Is e
Ib. Pmn.-" ala eind
&-OkA& COW.

tend the opening of spring millinery
next Wednesday and Thuraday.
For Sale-One 10-ton Rogers lo
motive, thoroughly rebuilt, ready for
operation. Gainesville Foundry & Ma-
chine Works.
J. G. Itviille of Arredondo *as in
the city yesterday. He states that
cabbage and lettuce are now moving
from that point in large quantities.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence D. Webster
of South Oak avenue are rejoicing
over the arrival of a fine eight-pound
boy which arrived on Saturday morn-
Our grand opening takes place on
WVednesday and Thursday. Come
around to the new shop and get the
prices and styles. Mrs. M. J. Patter-

C. A. Lindsey of
the city yesterday.
engaged in the wood
here for the purpose

Bironson was in
lie has recently
business and was
of securing chop-

R 0. Williams of Me Trentono school
was in the city yesterday. He states
that the school is keeping up rne and
the attendance good for this season of
the year.
Mrs. C. F. Merritt and three chil-
dren, who have been visiting the fam-
ily of Col. I. E. Webster In th)s city
for the last few weeks, departed yes-
terday for their home at Lakeland.
The new store of Mrs. R. Wilson
hap an important announcement in to-
da)'s paler to which your attention
ti. directed They are offering many
neIw and attractive bargainsa and it
would Ie- to )our initere,-t to read what
thet llB e to S I
EK It Kite- of Oraiige' ileighti %au
ii lthe cit' >) e .terdua li' wass a
fci i ti conducttr in Iltie' SatbNard
lut i nowh lii g ~ t1 t '.impllle. life-
i ;ti l i, i l.i -'s tIhit lie h"t.a a il e-r at. e I
on 1 i" (, iiee ll- t111 lilt lift i< .i iii
I el I|' .ai it-. ,oil film for I .

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see about it. for seelng is believing.
you know. Everybody is cordially ta.
vited to cope and investigate on Wed-
nesday and Thursday. Match 17 and
18. Come choose the style that salts
you best- every piece of goods en-
Urely new and within monetary reach
of all.
Wills Musical Cemedy Co.
On Thursday. March 18th. the Wills
Musical Comedy Company come to
the Baird Theatre for three nights
prtsinting on the opening night "A
Trip to Atlantic City."
The Wills Company are favorites
everywhere. The Atlanta Journal
says of them: "Wills' Musical Cons-
pany are Atlanta favorites; better
than ever before."

Will Build Flue Home.
P. M. Colson, who recently sold his
handsome home on Alachua avenue.
has decided to build nla College Park.
He has just received his plans for a
large up-to-date 8-room residence that
he will have erected at once in the new
section of the city. It will be located
in the block next to Prof. Blair.

DelegtUe Returme.
The greater part of the delegation
that visited Miami to attend the State
Convention of Knights have returned
to the city. They report having had
a pleasant trip and that the hospitality
of the Miami people was grand.

ISOT Near Bennington. a yellow
buthetaded half-Jersey cow with
white mingled spots on left lank.
$S' reward fur the return of animal
toi my hon e or for information lead
iag to reco-.r) of *ame.' (Conatine
hint umn. City


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WANTED-W0 red mad gray live ases.
Win pay a good price for them.
They are easily trapped. For prtue-
and any information desired write to
C. 8. Rufty, Catawabsa. N. C.

HOFFMAN. the celebrated Gernma
coach stallion, will make thas se
at Crawford & Davis'* tables. Term
reduced 110 service fee. caskh I sA

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