The Gainesville sun


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The Gainesville sun
Uniform Title:
Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title:
Twice-a-week sun
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H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
July 2, 1906
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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday



f t ePo 4m1 mat stop
sndo me wheh Oficerw
amg bw a s I gI Isan,
M Shat d nest in an

"Moralm am the local officers

jleMsr whso did the work for Hinaor
010 d ShM sta of the Green-
ONOf & 0 1y Co. a"d the descrip
tin 1- of tde memo diamonds It-
OO tho se that i.ob had.set a
I I.e three rita. Mr. Watts, the ox.
M ser. arrived A the eity
lsb m adM after su tag withi
de ll distlve o ad putUa to-
adIu the chaSa of evidence, Mak by
Mah t was deiMed to arrest Hiasos

On AmethOr Charge*
'rtly beMre Dsetective Crawford
Id -~,eel A-aMt Watts left poiee
h- -rs ~yesterday morning to
Most de tl&N ber WO s. the rar
m wh Misses has behs working
r --m tie past. Chai Vtinast re
sdved a telefm from Wilox re-
-0II-b that Himes be arrested ima
md slapes his arrival here oa a

al- to have shot at the postmaster
at Wiles Thersay alght.
"This SgreS played right into
the ads of the officers, as it gave
them th eprtty to arrest Hin-

Quiet in Savannah

l ANNAi l a. March 2b -The aestors' quotations and are revised
seam a ruled quiet weekly on Frida )
wi a marrow demand the F acy Plridas .. ......... 0
1 fi uhe~l IPay ry (leoritas ..... It s 20
umba ai. coce rIla's ..........It o18
l w oe bemor d a fmoad a od pa gi. choice Geortgi .17 t Il
SIr-l m ake reprelsted choice Ga4s and Pia's .... I
sp ei a m eViislyi bought., E Sne G as and Ir's. 14
mi sIock Is not very Vpa Ga's. and ria' ... 12 6 13
ial aM the apparent tock Com. Ga's. aud ria, lu 10 I
l by l poMrte dy _
o f e rem Il aoeet CHARLWTON. 8 C. March o -
kg heM. iad is at Sea la4ad market quiet. iue 24k. ful
I S e. 33c; extra tar W3c Iteclpts
U9l baIt I hale. aport I S. ales. 40


il Wlest iha tIre-,t
'This tarur) as y-r) ilm.) anid the'
autlhriti. pout no credence l it
but they let Hinaon bellete that the)
had faith in his story Hiaeo ad
lmtted that there were four diamonds

FOR $10,000 RAN

e by bmr ta am Wl a Sco

d M&ic Sid Ibm,t .

SNHAON, Pa., Marsh I.-Tea
ousand dollar riasm i islded
for the return of WMillm WMIt. AiS
toerey James P. Whitia's S-yearlM
sm. who was ptlrtemd away tem
school here yesterday moramla by a
uansowa men, furms lega a mystery
which the detectives of the country
are being asked to solve. Accompany.
lag the demand for r m ls a covert
threat that the boy will be killed ua-
les the money is produced.

Bagi" and was evidently Amuer,

When Sioes appeared with the bq.
the stragsermiled and helped hIa V
to the oeat beside him. He then drt
of tI the direction of Mr. Whmft
oice. Moveral persons last aSM
aid a confederate Joined the kid..
per before he had left town.
Little was thought of the lnciMe
and there was no belief that a crimI
had bees committed until the bI1
faIled to appear for his noon-day Mn,
DaBcming worried. Mrs. Whitia be"

Hundreds of telegrams and tel seek. ad at the school she oa
phone me-- ages have bees seat to th ed of what bad occurred there thae
poiee of vertme etiee askt tiher hours before.
assistance nl the searh for the boy Threat Lad's Dth.
and his abductors. The Anrst fruit of o lt5 De t
these came last nalight. when Chief At I o'lock a letter directed to tmh
Poliee Oral of this city received mother was delivered to the home I
word that a rig la which the led had a mall carrier. Mrs. Whitla at
beea taken away had be recovere recogal the handwriting on toh
at Warren. 0.. with the child's hat ea envelope as that of her son. Opealg
the sat of the bu y. It she fomad the following commel-
cation written In a strange hand:
How Sey Was Stoek. "We have your boy and will return
At 9:30 o'clock yesterday morning him for $10.000. Will see your adver-
a t iauger drove up to the East Ward tisement in the papers. Insert in Is-
c hool. where young Whitla is a pupil dianapolls News. Cleveland Pre.s


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SIheW Ne" ad o" to t r NHoi e
and DemOaded Hie sGuirleder.
Pemo in Purmit.

TALLAHA RSE. March 2 KIlled
br a desperate egrer ame Morrl-
a. whomM he was trying to arrest
nlt ,ht. the dead body 1f Sheriff
WM.. lamgato U1e at his hesm here
and the people are very indignant
ever the ertm emouitted.
The sheriff has only been tI office
a few month, having cceeded
Charles Mophis wo was aberif tfor
many years. The deeased was a
meat fithful offelcial and was highly
eseemed1 a over LAS coMsty.
Sheriff IagMtou and his deputy. T.
Maw., wet to Morriatoe's house at
prtang HUI. a vWage aear here, sad
eaSed him to surrender, when
Morrie Gred a shtiugn aosaed with
bumaMot into the sherir's stomach.
Uliag him almost iastantly.
The ro, after his deadly work.
made bis escape and a posse is now
mak ag liNest serch for the scom
drel. The shooting created great ex-

sem ea one charge sd Investigate
the other while he was hel a prison-
er at poliee headquarters.
P"a Under ArrMt.
"When the train from Wllcox ar-
rived it was eat br CrawfbrJ and
Watts, and Hinso was Informed that
he was under arrest. I'P n ked on
what charge, and be was Informed.
assault to murder.
"The prisoner lrst requested that
he be allowed to go by his home.
10.2 West Monroe street. stating that
ae wanted to leave his grip at the
house. This was refused him. He
next asked that be be allowed to rend
home some soiled clothes and this
request, too, was dealed him.
"'He was placed on a street car
and guarded by the officers was talent
to the superintendent's office of the
southernn m express Company. While
on the street car he asked that he be
allowed to open his bag, but this was
not allowed. He then made an at-
tempt to open the grip against the
wishes of the officers, bet he was
kept from so doing.
Had Big Revolver.
"There would evidently have been
trouble on the street car had Hinson
gotten Into his grip. for when It was
unlocked by the offers in the office
of the express company it was found
that a large pistol lay on top of his
change of clothing. The man very
likely realized that he was going to
q*t caught up with in the robbery
matter and the officers are of the
opinion that be would ha-e tried to
flhbt his way clear had h- t- e- .,' *.
to ge-I hold of hia
"\'hua the Irip sa* .-, :,r, 'o l It the
.xi-r, h eflr, th re dil ..tad rltIK,
W oro ft:ndd. cai rh uf ti in hi a'.|a
rot. iuole'C Ililia',,ll W.a, Mak,.d lhr,.
Ie' IIt Ihella n Mild Ih o .latod tiat he
fLoUldl I P ,II- 'uN lll,.' lll' II. t lll " Sii&.lIil A hlto aul r.e jlior lila ior,.
ealit laid teok dowI ill h t. 't.t IIl,'ht of

Taken to Jail.
After nlakilla hl, tat1lluemst iln the
,* \lre< uloiec' illiituoi as takei- to
I|olllr headquartelr.. aIree sfte-r a
Iioroulligh .earcliili. he aU ioUked Iln
a ce-Il lie ao qtJmiinllie'd % er loeie
Ik about thI diamondso iaid Ill. .,*"
anid ilstatei nl t al to lhe" I'd,*t lhatl
h.e found the diaai uAi., in a |'ackasgr

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their failure to do was quite a
surprise. especially to he citizens of
Bronson. where this enlous crta
is alleged to have committed.
Thornton's wife ad daughter wer"
placed on the stand to es'tify in hi*
behalf, and as their tea s ony sias 0
different to their state nts made at
the time of Thornton' arrest. they
caused much disgust.
This was the only c I- that State
Attorney Rhlers failed to w.eCUro'
conviction There were a fp % h'-
ke"v ca0" t e')rn up f to er
tilon This I due to the :gliCt' Of
"' "'... :' r in breakiiia >i1 lE*
blind (tig r," of the- coun Thr
Ito h.ot a Illure- ('* iihcl lntlou aaid ,f
rcielt sh.riff In Ilchrlda th Au ,d ri
Sllho" Walker aho alda ." I ''
dutl aid I,- niloe" |lmliur *hw 1 r
Iforrc F,-
Th-re was only one l "r
f'' 1ili S. il"th ('ol04. A 1
la o-l e. jroo at liih t rit,'
lii a lih > th-ie r vt tj do. r.-- a|th ro 1
ii. r o~ tf i. court. I i ,
i iiopri-mnmeiunt for this
A suard arrived t r t
Iri,, all of "
their seilte-nce-s ra ,g
1i ona1th. to) life itirl ;t .'
Ilo* iil ,'l.'g tr I1r '


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March 20.-Circuit

court for the Elghth Judicial circuit
which has been in session the past
week has adjourned for the term. A
number of cases, both civil and crim-
inal. were disposed of. In fact. the
docket was practically cleared. Nev-
er has there been a more hustling
grand Jury impaneled In Levy county
than the one which has served at this
term. Hon Charles W McElroy of
Judson was the foreman and the rapid
dispatch with which the-y dispoo,.-uI of
the case brought bl-fore then en-
abled the grand jury to f
their aork within waL than tao dait>
No Indictment was found agalit..
Vary Morgai a .Vousan while n liin
aho as rchar:,r d aith killliiK a tiagro
ait Otter Cr. .k :a I.a iotaillhi. ;Igt It
i v-.r a ..i l. I \.o d 'hat the- jiur
aould hace't,. lollc<.' to l ei!d It,..
1'V oillii 1111 a t e Ju-l it lla t lo '

Ihiorliiin n s whit *hite l illa ii ,tdi i| ,r
i'io.'auli to e olitiilt Ili- et on il s daigh
or Anaio Thioraion It took cuaanda
i t a '. tijin.- to o-cure. a jlaur to tr%
1:1P 1-4 1 r4o'-, oral aItnieos u a-r
lae sd onl lth- o.tand toi li th iState and
'hie lip.rer.a onl wa% that lhe- jur)
Should return a ,erdlet of guilty and

in the pmackalge and stated that the, atn, 1 arh ,arrj
ourlh aas at ihl bome IIi het pu ho ote of th,. lario.mer'llt of hi. ie lJuMlrue stlr-I 'whe
Went to His Heme. reached the home
"Hisson was placed behind the ,
art and Crawford aOd Watts, armed t(Cuatued s

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In room No. 2. and told the Janitor.
Wesley Sloss, the lad was wanted at
ance at his father's office. Sloe con-
veyed the message to Mrs. Anna
Lawis. the boy's teacher, who diasmls
ed the child. As she was helping him
put on his overcoat she remarked, half
Jokingly. "I hope that man does not
kidnap Willie." The man In the bug-
gy had a dark complexion, dark hair
anl a stubby mustache. He was
stockily built. He spoke excellent

PIttsburg Dispatch. Youngstown V113
"*A. A.-Will as requested. J.
P. W.'
"Dead boys are t deisrable."
The penmanship a d spel-ling of thi
note Indicated it ha Ien written by
a man of fair educa ion Sir W'hitls
decided to comply w tih the conditions
of the letter and t for publiestiOc
to each of the aew pal-'r rpecliflEd
the note It directed lm to insrt

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S- Mb 1.--4r. GIObert,

S- d i agt our r aot of
||IJ-B> A -V to heir ama MromT.

bntC ~. dO whih i quite
1k fam sIer Pet t

IIia-t Mr. ier hm o-ht the Upyt
i- IarMhw.

e d 8 e-1 e La tod Oaturday
Ai NM fadi the Meshbait church yf
I t to o L --i- lb h a quiet
Sswiamod sstome" *

r.tame b s boas M the broIper

' Wi J.N uid Lath. Ji Law of ths
hs a., w a-o4w

kW. ILIson

sae adageru, as
Sbeemely deulo -ato pasumom.
a st a iare a"d Tar not oe1t
*theJ .i& bftlant d strength
s a tht o afrous r
at-a s be feared The geaulse
PO-sa 1bm- -md Tar contalas no
W -Ia md k tol a yellow pack-
q. fae subitdmtes. J. W. Mo
0111m 1 11

TO WhM It May CeGn : This is
to U p rstma who may be inter-
ee, that as the 15th day of Febru-
r,. A. L IS, I asoM all my ltoerest
i 9 beees of B 3 P. ChUds & Com-
W 1 Newberry. Alachua county, to
B F. 0. i who has mo amed ll the
1edi of the alMd rm. All per
ai- hu eitg slas agalst the aid
L F. CM C &- C ampy wW present
the same to F. Chlds. Newberry.
PtuMd. A. H. DIVANK.

Umeqiate ^so a Cer, far CWWup.
"**eaes beag aa exoelent remedy
Wr od aad throat troublesm Cham
bWAels's Cough Remedy is equaled
as a cure or croup." says Harry Will
mO., of Wayaetowa, lad. Wheom given
as M1B as the eroupy cough appears,.
ths remedy will prevent the attack.
t is need succestfully In many
thousands of homes. For sale by all
FPrmer ULIO toa Meet
AJLACHUA. March 14.-The Farm.
GWl AUla of Alachma county *ill
meat at Alachue on Friday. the 26th
ast. rmlptly at 10 o'clok a m
The President of each luical I|>aaw'
take sotdo and try to come aid ibriit
as maay tdeg'ate as puoselbh
E. 0 N '':.Nt 't-:lt i'np'

oeed Liniment.
You will hunt a good itlr teIfore.
you Mnd a pr i aratlou that i: tial
to Chauberlaiu's U uiuiiluiit a. a taur'
for muscular sad rbhunuaitic paluI for
the curve of spralaT and iMJf'ne.f uf the
muscle. It is equally taluable fur
lamo back sad all deep-seated musc-u
Wr pauls. S and 60ccunt she. fuor
sale by all dre.istt
Su-mribe fr The am sad vote toe

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Grand Ledge Atten-*d 0iL.
Ceremonies on April a Und
*ig Day is Promised.

PInt eT

Tlh only aipnrv<.el way t'
de this is to secure a CeOlm-
plete Abstract of Title to
eah piece of land .v-.u
elaim. and see that the title
ts perfect. A few dollars
spentt this way will Pave you
many tine*s the amount in
mah and the satisfaction
that yf t1t frn)m the
wleeA ihat your title*
m dear ; worth more than

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A Pleasant Physic.
%% ic % h ml Salit a 11.3-.11t61 i -i
gi Chiumititobrtin *b I 't a' It 11 u
r itl' a th .riatrli ttl -. ar4 -
go IC a ile'.tthor a Jltai ta. tl 111.11%
('.tit.At any~ drug blore fur a Aljt
ZeI.ted Grand Outer Guard.
'101 Itill rt fri A I b i %%F .4pt -1.4i' t-i t
Igranmd .uivr lKu.ait 11,- Stattil
ilatid .[tt. I- k&AiC&Itsb4,1 V i's 1111. 5 lilt
1"fiit that salabjua(1 bebtuavd


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The Masonic fraternity of thi. (...
are planc!ng for one of the granu.
oecarsons In the history of the itty on
April 28th. At this time they pro-'n ,
to dedicate their new temple and will
have many of the leading Masons of
the South In attendance.
A very lengthy and appropriate pro-
gram is now being arranged by the
committee who nave the matter In
charge, and Col. Webster. who is one
of the amber, states that It will be
one of the beat treats from a literary
.adpolat ever given.
' The dedleation eeremele will ocr
er at the temple I* the afternoon.
I wble a literary program is to be art
ranged to follow s the evening. the
day to close with a very elaborate ban-
The Grand Lodge of Masons of
Florida are expected to attend an4
partctlpate t1 the eeremonles, and
withal It promises to be the greatest
day ever yet had for the Masons in
the Interior of Florida. There is pos-
sibly not another place nla the State
that can show up seuh a temple out-
side of the very larger cities, and even
thee will not far exceed the eost and
arrangement of this new home.
Arrangements are now being made
for the local Masonie orders to hold
their meetlags here, and it is under-
stood that the contractor promises to
turn the building over to them com-
pleted by the 6th of April, at the
very latest.

The retail druggists of this country.
as a class., are noted for their high
standard of lanteUllience and honorable
dealing. but it is a well-known fa t
that occasionally you will and one
who will try to sell you something el.e
when you call for a remedy of eaitah-
lished reputation. He forgets that
your health is more Important than
biM pocketbook.
Por example. wheu you ask for Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root. the great Kid
aey, Liver and Bladder Remedy, don't
let any druggist, drug clerk or btore-
Kteeper persuade you Into buying some-
taing else In its place. Every time
ae succeeds In selling you a worthless.
substitute he makes more profit. but
you are uumbugged at the expense of
your health.
Por many years we have watched
with muWh Interest the remarkable
record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root. From the very begin-
ning. the proprietors had so much
confidence in It that they invited
everyone to send for a free sample
bottle so that people could Judge of its
great curative value In even the most
distressing cases of kidney, liver and
bladder troubles. ,
On another page of this paper you
will find a few of the letters, prompt-
ed by feelings of heartfelt gratitude.
that are constantly coming to Dr. Kil-
mer & Company. No one can doubt
such sincere and honest testimony.
Swamp-Root is prepared only by I)r
Kilmer & Co. Laboratories. Iltlugham-
ton. N. Y.-Don't experiment-If you
need a medicine you should have the

Note' i hetr.l KlV 11 that the lirn
of I.rtrin ll'ro. dialh. Is -in'* ;at
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flr i A ll I. I ..' M ill I,* I'.;, t I .* I I
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This is just a short talk which we hope will be of Interest and help
to you in selecting the tonic and blood purifer that will be of the green.
est value to you this Spring.
That this is the most trying of al seasons on the health is a
well known to us all It is the time of year when our constitutions me
required to stand the greatest strain, and unless properly cared for %o
foundation is often laid for physical disorders or disease later on. The
great majority of persons are fast coming to realize the importance
preventing disease. Health is our most valued possession, and I
preservation is a matter which vitally concerns every one.
Most persons, even those who are ordinarily strong and robt,
fedel the necessity of a tonic and blood purier at this season. Sofe
have no particular ailment, but are weak, debilitated and run-down
The Vinter life, with its decreased amount of out-door exercise, al
the fact that the cold weather has kept the pores of the skin dosie,
prevented the usual necessary amount of refuse and waste matter ftwo
being carried out of the system. These impurities entering the circa.
laton have weakened and thinned the Mood, and this vital fluid is
therefore lacking in the nourishing properties necessary to susate
and preserve systemic health, when warm, active Spring life begins.
TIe general bodily weakness, tired, worn-out feeling, fickle appe-
tite, poor digestion, etc., ihow how weak and anemic the blood has
become. Frequently skin diseases, pimples, eruptions, boils, etc., break
out on the skin, and this is evidence of the impurity of the circulation.
S. S. S. is the medicine needed to correct this condition, and is the
only one on which you can Mely to supply the system with the best tonic
effects, and at the same time thoroughly purify the blood. The use of
S. S. S. at this time may save you from a long spell of sickness, and it
will certainly prepare you for the strain of the long, hot Summer.
Many people have put off using
a tonic until the system became
so weakened it could not resist
disease, and have paid for the S S
neglect with a spell of fever, S e
malaria, or some other trouble.
S. S. S. is Nature's ideal tonic UARANTEED
and blood purifier, made en-
tirely or the pure extracts of PURELY VEGETABLE
healing, strengthening, health-
giving roots and herbs. It tones
up the stomach and digestion,
rids one of that tired, worn-out feeling, improves the appetite and diges-
tion, and in every way contributes to the strengthening and building
up of the entire system. S. S. S. is recognized everywhere as the
greatest of all blood purifiers, and this combined with its unequalled
tonic properties, make it a medicine needed by every one in the Spring.
S. S. S. is for sale at all drug stQres.


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, E exhibition and Chart Work of
Last Night Was Largely At-
tended and Interesting.

yRm riday's Daly Sun.
The tuberclolss-or consumption-
ldbtlon that was in session yester-
ey attracted considerable attention
tm- the general public. large crowds
..-d-ed the lectures given at the
Suol&s and the large tabernacle was
w allied to hear this important mat-
fa discued.
The first lecture was given at the
"- School auditorium for the benefit
1 the school and Its scholars, but
mny ladles were present to hear the
IMsfr, which was very convincing
m highly Istractive. Prom the
'-h Shebool Dr. Routahan visited the
-8ared school, where a like crowd
o awaiting him. and Judging from
Sinatease nlaterest given him his
lature was well received and the race
i-ated by his lecture.
mmnencing at 4 o'clock he ad-
r-se-d the citizens generally at the
Taersncle, the same line of argument
ai teresting statistics being used
bi as wa employed at the schools.
lb the evening he not only gave his
aaeas, but It was demonstrated with
o esMibit, which consisted of charts,
gs, models of tents and cottages,
aeMria building, photographs show-
e mes leading to consumption.
d nastrations of living In the open
r, sad a general stereopticon ex-
MBlesh showing the manner in which
s Ombat with the disease.

pon"s to s Hold at Home at 7
O'elesk This Morning.
Olm 1iMy'n hwy um:
After an illness of several days
death amen and relieved the suffering*
at Mrs. S. Florence Walnwright at the
tbspial oa Thureday morning at 4
e'daek, to the great surprise of many
S ao thought that she would be able
to staad the great strain of the opera-
"i which was performed.
Mrs. Walawright was born In
s eaty, eorgia on December
34. 11, but was practically ralaed
in i State, oaag here when she
Sbut a y"-kg girl. For the pat
rstn years e had beea a resident
d insvflI/ and was unalversally
hd among e citsens. beang up to
t tom of death a hard ad oow
te wotrj in the cause of Christ

Whbn quto young girl her mother
dbi leaving ve children, all of whom
dM ra d -A d l da for In

DO IT NOW c. Dom wflDRws _

Gainesville People Should Not Wait
Until It Is Too Late.
Th,' :apipallig d nt h-r'eat' froim kid-
ney dl-,':i- It due in ii'l-t (';im- t .cw to
the. fact the little kidney trou-
il.-s ar .- u-u.lly i.l'g'le te,-d until th .yv
become *serious. The Olight s raip--
tomigs give. place to chronic disorders
and the sufferer goes gradually into
the grasp of diatltes, dropsy, Bright's
Disease. gravel or some other serious
form of kidney complaint.
If you suffer from backache. head-
aches. dizzy Ispll-: if the kidney se-
cretions are irregular of passage and
unnatural in appearance, do not de-
lay. Help the kidneys at once.
Ikian Kidney Pills are especially
for kidney disorders- they cure where
others fall. Over one hundred thou-
sand people have recommended them.
Here's a case at home:
Mrs. A. H. Leonard. 304 E. Lberty
street, Gainesville. Fla., says: "I feel
that from personal experience and
that of several of my friends who
have used Doan's Kidney Pills. I can
endorse them very highly. Any per-
son suffering from backache, head-
aches, chills, nervousness or any of
the other symptoms arising from dis-
ordered kidneys, will make no mis-
take In giving Doan's Kidney Pills a
trial. They always act quickly, cause
no inconvenience and live up to the
claim made for them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllbur Co.. Buffalo,
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember the nme-Doa's-and
take no other.

was a past president of Kirby Smith
Chapter. U. D. C.. also president of
the Ladles' Aid Society of the Bap-
Ust Church.
The funeral services will be at the
home this morning at 7 o'clock, Rev.
S. B. Rogers, her pastor, preaching the
services. The interment will be In
the family burying omad at Starke.
and the remains will be shipped from
here over the early morning Seaboard
for that polit.
The pall-bearers selected to act are
as follows, and are requested to meet
at the undertaking parlors of R. Mec
Clellan at : 45: Col. H. S. Chubb, J.
F. Bunch. J. M. Rivers. W. B. Taylor,
J. M. Dell. H. M. Chitty.
Kirby Smith Chapter, the Ladies'
Missionary Society of the Baptist
Church and members of the land
office all had lovely wreaths of sowers
arranged and sent to the home, be-
sides the offerings from friends
throughout the city were profuse and
lovely. The wreath sent by Kirby
Smith Chapter was composed of red
and white carnations. Easter Illies.
and white roses, with Confederate
flas In the center.
To the bereaved husband and daugh-
tar The usu loins the community aIn



Form An Agreement Among Them-
selves to Have Balot of Square
on Question of Cheeoe.

Prom Saturday's Dally Su1:
Realizing there was little chance
for either himself or C. C. Warren
winning In the coming municipal con-
test. provided all three remained in the
contest, C. M. Dell has withdrawn in
favor of Chas. Warren, who will so
It alone against the present Incumbent.
B. T. Arnow.
Late Friday afternoon the two con-
testants met as per agreement anad
made a canvass among the merchants
and clerks of the square, sad the one
who received the most votes was to
remain In the race, ad the lowest
party would do all In his power to
throw his influence toward the winner.
They arranged a ballot box aad
started at the Hyde corner and had
every business man and their clerks
to cast a vote for their choice. A can-
vass of the vote cast showed but
very little difference, but according to
the agreement Mr. DeU retires aad
will support Mr. Warren. Followlag
Is his card:
"To My iadm sad the Public:
"I have withdraw froa the race for
arshalIn the coming mualcpal else-
tio and wll lend my every *eo~t and
influence to tho te election of Cha. War-
ren. I desire that as many of my
friends as ean consistently do so a&-
sist me la his election.
"Very respectfully.
"C. M. DELL."
Since the above action han been
taken it is rumored that one or more
"dark horses" will be placed in nomi-
nation to be voted on at the coming
election, and Judging fram the way the
contest has warmed up within the
past It will be the most exciting 0co-
test witnessed here la ome time.

Prof. H. A. Hewell, e Hava, W Cuba,
Reseemmeds Chamberaa s
Ceugh ReNedy.
"As long ago as I can remember my
mother was a faithful user aNd friend
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, bWt
never lan my life ave I realld Its
true value until now," writes Prmt. H.
A. Howell. of Howeln's Ameriae
School. Havana, Cuba. "On the alght
of February 3rd our baby was taken
sick with a very severe cold; the next
day was worse and the Ifllowtang alht
his condition was desperate. He cold
not lime down ad It was eesry to
have him aIn the arms every moment
Even then his breathing was ditfcult.
I did not think he would live until
i^-f A* tf A I *L.hw. At -- f

We tn r -y c- are mo r. -- Imors. r At a i iou l og my
bwr A*gW e she taught behool for extending sympathy. mother's remedy, Chamberlain's Cough
Sanmber years, but was united Remedy, which we gave, and It afford-
i wedlock Mr. J. E. Wainwright Mrs. Wainwright's Funeral. ed prompt relief, and now three days
s eptemb r 24. 1882, and to the from Saturdays Dally an": later, he has fully recovered. Under
bowy uaaln e child was born. Miss The funeral services of Mrs. J. Z. the circumstanews I would not helstate
bil, who now teaching music in Wainwright were held at the home on a moment In saying that Chamber-
lStama U ersity at DeLand. Friday morning at 7 o'clock. Rev. 8. B. lain's Cough Remedy, and that only,
Si1 was he daughter of Mr. Chas. Rogers conducting the same. saved the life of our dear little boy."

IL Jesse. o survives her, living at The remains were accompanied to For sale by all druggists.
Pl kes .. .one sister living in Boa- Starke by Rev. Rogers. R. McClellan.
O1f. sad leaves besides these J. Hunch. J. M. Rivers and Mes. Notice of Application for Speilai
s* hag, d two half-brothers who dames H. H. McCreary. L. W. Jack- Lglalatiot.
Oi*e at rson. son. S. M lxiso. F M Prewitt. E. D.
hld en a member of the Wynne. J. H. Earle. J. M Ri rs. H P. Noti hereby given that pplca
o ats" rch for the past twenty- Holstein and son and Miss wswase tion will be made to the Legislature
S s r s d was an active worker Bunch. The floral tributes were pro of Florda at the regular session to
W er since her residence. She fuse and handsome, attesting the ov- convene at Tallahasse on April 6th.
ing esteem of the people of Gainesville A. D. 190. for the enactment of a
law prohibiting the sale of Sea island
for this noble Christian woman. law prohibiting the sale of eIslad
or upland cotton In the seed in the
L EP H s county of Alachua during the months
Sn ace S uc of August, September, October. No-
Is not nearly the menace to i"ncreae member and December of each and
1_ In population that deaths among In- every year This February 4. 19.
fants are. Eight out of ten of th.eyw
death are directly or indirectly caused
by bo)*el troubles McGe a" liaby A Reliious Authoro Statement.
Elixir cures diarrhoea. dybentary, Rev. Jose*ph II Fesperman, Salls-
sour stomach and all infant ailmet-s bury,. N aho is the author of bev-
Uabt Ibe south tU Broks- of this nature- Just the thltlg for eral books. rite. "For several years
11; t U i kal and be- tet.,thig thail.e-s i'r|. ar aid .'r,- ler I axa~ fflct.-d with kidney trouble and
tP ; tM to Nuwanwe Ki ttl.e S old by W I Jolhnsion list winter I was suddenly stricken
W; tia to Alacia. Hiih -- th a cstreft pain Il my kidneys and
d orthiingtoi Sprilt, Hudgins Has Gone to Coast. %as confined to be-d eightt days unable
WO a a l all l trru -led-1. ` ,,,.,i f(o,.h 1f 41 l,t lii,lgll,- I get up ithtoutt u.nlatauct.. M)
61 it iI t i ,11 I I .u, d '.. i. irt urine isittied a til< k k white. .-di
WXS, H11 I PiOlHATK MINEl>I, ,,r i. --is \ .t I t, m I;nl t aliis I aI'd amlie fre-iionlivl
I 1,kAW -MII I." a V, ~lN 1 .' i ', I k ,,,ili,. dds awli hight I c"tnlrnit4ed t&kiliga
t i w k i I. i ,1, f ule i. I.. ) lefia dl ai the- p aIi
,i* .. I .i ,l t I I A I ft t1 e t1 S ie ItI tii l II I t l ie.all i ). harig i 1t I*
t .,bt Tr ., o ,n I |, Tl. rl *, lI.t h. J lo Me1(eollu" l & to

ya rlCo, al.tli. ti 'wr tand TIr m ur:t -a. h. Kt.p >uur v-. un the sant adi
Tae hi .tr-ngth n the lung&' aud ex-
s lwpris colds. Get thbe getluie in a yel. There may be w u*u thiug adlirtlawd
h,1 10 ackase J W. McCillum Co. w 6h b of interest to yu.

Nervous Women

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dul. (rdui is a woman medicn. Itaetb
eaMly on the female organs and has a tom 1L
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RUNA Miay Ever Sown u Florida. All ade by expert h and a great may
of owi n own nwim bi hwe feel you wil agm withuse, the best that bn
bma Gim sno nI hrbettr anywhere The eput event will occur


, March 23, 24th and 25th

i event we anmr 1e- our Grand Opening in all Departments. We have
am teist wondeful line of Fine Merhandise et to Central or Mid-
t a thet of a ceis whot in the best-mad
0Ue kthatm anv economy as well as those moe fortunate can revel ang
r es content. All will faind a welcome and each department will try to outdo
ke other in the magnificent display.

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year's ccest and newest things of-
me umst magnifcent Embroiderie,
l-Over, Embroidered Waist Fronts,
m. They will tempt you very much.

Orand Dress Linen Sale
Ss over two ed p B iul Dress Linens and Poplins, in all the new weaves, priced
S______ridiculously low for Three Days

tm.M hCM Iii h.a I is U kiM hiu0-im

Sf m Include choice of 1,000 different designs and patterns.
for Spr."1 p g We e sole ts or Cheney Bros.' Spot-proo oulards.
m Me ikow Me mifu] Silks than any five stores in Central Florida, consequently you have the great-
Sto elect from. Be mre to examine the great showing of Silks during these three days.

I r et Ready-toWear Rooms Announce

Their Grand

Of Ie ew Spring and Summer wear, more beautiful than ever before. We show immense varieties of all the
SBautl Dresses, in Linens, Silks, Poplins, Lingerie, in all the new weaves. We show Beautiful Jumper
nd Coat Suits in all the new effects. Hundreds Beautiful Waists in Lingerie and full-fashioned effects. In a
wod, we are ready for your trade. We hope to merit it by showing you the best collection of beautiful goods
of y store in the State and priced so much less for good goods that you will acknowledge that others ask more
(or goo they were unfortunate enough to purchase, thinking they would compare with our superb collection.
We believe that in no other city in the South are the people more critical than in Gainesville, and in cater-
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T'T GAINI Y Tl N: MARCH 22. 1909


gio- e 3r31, IMS.a t Olasw
Vila, as .stnada. s matter.
Sr Act (t Cokgre of March 3,

tvwoI M9Nedy d Thurdy

IL. MCRARY, Eitor and Mwro.

"* Tgat of Subeript m
e yguae-Week Sma $1 a year;
-a- s, tse.; single eplies, Se.

lt advertlsemntas, 15 eosts a
r ath m Ast l s aW ento tr seh
adve tsoomnts for three,
a twelve onths at apeial rates.
forelawd sps appllcatlom.
na Oa d Death notes tainrted
SObLtunsrIss s ewuts a lie.

Our ClMbbi Lit.
am and The Thrioe-Wekt
ST.) WldM no year... $1..S
MAM The Atta (Ofa.)
CoastH iIISmes~ yar. T1.16

Nown The Im i-Weshly
i -Uoa wme year ....... 1.S
We vw l et acept tamps of
T INessRimds than 3 Conts.

SmiOry rmer should have a small
a & shee p and goats. It pays well
1 mle them.
Alter all, Mr. Roosevelt has given
5 o try the flnt really funny ad-
Oa IS'e that it has had.

IAmsr'a vacation Is explained.
Swas simply getting nla shape to
6 Manother great railway system.

m e No M Oly a good food and
a M erep, but a good fertillaer for
m lwhad when plowed under the soil.

Tuere Is some satisfaction that the
ewm st escaped from the Stand-
d i a trial without being fined $29,-

e Democratic minority In the
i ns have discovered that hey have
*. loeId the tarred end of Uncle Joe's
,i --

Mr. Roosevelt will carry a photo-
Sial sg with the other thins in
SriAbless outit. Has the man no
M whatever In his heart for wild

b declaration of the new Secr-
-. a 1 War Diakiose that he s a
memrat shows the need of an in-
UgtiN" commission to determine
Swhat eonstitates a Democrat.

IL W. Durast, Jr., succeeds Dr.
I as collector of the port of
a lstaa 8. C. Mr. Durant comes
bI a old South Carollia family
E d general satisfaction is expressed
at his appolntrient.

The youth who snooses and dreams
S I dreams and saposes, will wake
Sand find that the conjunction of
S NWaMe circumstances he intended
I bb1stride and ride on to fortune had
S 0e, ai d see a wide-awake fellow in
f addle and nearly out of sight
J. R. Peyton of St. Francis has just
S NMlved his commission as a second
eassMat. Peyton. while a cadet at
elt Point. was injured in the line
W daty about the time he was to be
S maisnaoned, and on account of a
mElNcuellty It took a special act to
sie* him his commission.
Laws are enforced in some States
gilatla n the size of sheets to be
VINeJed by landlords. We have heard
10 umplaont, however, as to the
bte ain this State. but we have as
i pillows. Recently a party stop-
Nge at an apartuenit hotel in Jack-
MvUnIle was awakened by a "tickling
A his ear, and upon examination It
Of found that the pillow upon which
e rested his head had worked into

A no\.l*ni, i oni fo,)t to re.(t* a
um ,i% u r.. ho i at1,. t At i. li. Ih a h i
4 KOr \\\id llina |oi .'rn .111 .t li in
t n i i' dli l, li.JiiJ st ",'1 i|,.rt .1 I

it Ja ir' l.a i, s t lh t II mi, till. i ili

tB lhtsa**-i '-. I.i ,il r ij, r. ,1- l lai. .i

|lIlo ii. !,tr(. i\ E ,ll ,, htli otf li. '.
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chauically ground wood pulp, hides
and works of art more than twenty
years old are placed on the free
list, while the duty 'on cofee re-

Tea in taxed at b centat per IKIuld.
and the international revenue tax 01)
hea%-)-grade cigarettes is Izacreahed
64) csonts, and on thooe e-ighinag leK.a
than throetj ouladh to) the thoup-atad It
is increased to $1 5,41
Lumber is (ut ','I j5orr ('4tit atnd ro
fimed aaagar hmt )ti. ii tat gcd of tJ1
(Pike h undredth-,a IIIa at tut*lat pr imo til.
crude g' pr-uu. $1.11 1,.r loo,lafirt. bua k
lot pil-r a. ttumaln it III, .ote el awla
lrana .tla,.aule taa )11 44,1 t '.@,' III r 4.-III

tt. aiI 9.gI d b4114MI. 11- 1- 1

Ilaiti *4 al aiti *alt. I, I' l~ttliral I I -1i t, II,[

f i ll t V ,t .11 !1 m Ifi l-ci

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If brevity iI not always the soul of
wit. may% The Wall Ntr..4t Jourli.I, It any mte all the charm of no>%-
lIty In Preildintial mnenngp,,. IPr. i-
dent Taft's flrst nmesa-g tto tgonuet*
is buslnsllko. ulmnerr awd nlrc.ifully
short. There Is no allusion t, the
Roo',evelt policies. Three. In a plain
Intimation that Congres-s Phould at
tend strictly to the hu*inesn It was
called together for. and avoid fritter-
ing away the public time on matters
with which It has no present concern.
The President clearly recognizes
that the business of the country re-
quires a settlement of the tariff ques-
tion as speedily as possible, consist-
ently with doing the work nla such a
manner as will not require It to be
done all over again within a short
time. President Taft In absolutely
right when be says that "It Is of the
highest Importance that the new bill
should be agreed upon and passed
with as much speed as possible con.-
sslatent with its due and thorough cos.
The people of the United Statee will
recogalanie gratefully the temperate and
busnesslke character of the message.
It is coafned streUtly to the one sub.
Ject requiuing immediate attention and
does not stray into other paths, how-
ever seductive. It does not repeat
eves thq part of the inaugural address
in which t Presidet nd cates prin-
ciples upon which tariff revisles should
proceed. Sch a phrase as It Is net
necessary for me to repeat what I
then said." establishes something of
a new preaWdet, or at any rate re-
views one old enough to have been
Comparisons are odious, but it is
plain that the subject cannot be dlI.
cussed without reference to the ex-
Presdent The American people can
well afford to make them gratefully
and nl a kindly spirit Mr. Roosevelt's
task was entirely different froa that
of Mr. Taft. He was the pioneer in
certain work which had to be done.
and it was Inevitable that he would
fall foul of many preudices and many
slacere convictions. He had to adapt
his methods 'to his men, and to do
the best work he could with tools
which were sometimes tar from beang
the best that could be had.
That large section of the citisenaship
of this country which believes ta tIt
is possible to have omelets without
breaking ecs will be telling each other
today that at last we have the ideal
nla the Presidential chair. Mr. Taft
has his eggs to break too, It may
be taken as certals that hecould aot
have so eloa associatd with
predecessor for so long without
lan eye to eye with him in many way.
He aas bheg well and we may vell
tfl confident that be will continue to
do his dYt to the best *t his great
He has at least met an e ple of
brevity aMd coacteeag to Congress
which it will do well to Imitate forth-
with. .


The new tariff bill introduced In
the House on Wednesday by Mr.
Payne of New York provides for an
issue of $40.000.000 Panama Canal
bonds and re-enacts the provision for
the issuance of Treasury certificates
to the amount of $250,000.000. It also
provides for a graduated inheritance
tax similar to the New York State
law. and Imposes duties on a maxi-
mum and minimum basis.
Cotton seed oil, iron ore, tallow.
flax straw and undressed flax. me-






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grease, barley and barley malt. flax
8rill netting. single yarns and
threads. oil cloth. cotton shirts and
collars aad printng paper.
Increases nl duties are made on
chicory root and articles used as a
substitute for coffee.
Cocoa. spices. coal tar dyes. Keene's
cement, asphaltum. flour spar. asie la
ore, oeler or willow, igs, lemons, pine-
apples, merceried fabrics and gloves.
embroidery and la& making -a
chlaes are to be imported free until
July 1. 1911.
Pree reciprocal trade wf the Phil.
Ipplues is provMided for. but amiting
frtee ar to n60m tons, wrapper to
bacco to $,000,0 pounds, and lj*f,.
Oef eiars a year. The empties in
eonined to the products of the s-
lands. Te Chban reciprocity prowvi-
tost of the D ley Mill are cotlued.
Proviston for drawback and mMthod
of valuuatia are extended ad brad



Attorney fer Camvkltd Men File M-
tion for New Trial nd Do.
fadNts Released o Siall.

NASHVILLE, Tens., March 30.-
The Jury la the Cooper-harpe ease
for the murder of ex4asator Car-
mack returned a verdlet of gIlty of
murder In th second dere as to
Col Cooper ad his son, with setence
of twmty yars tYmpr ameat, ad
acquitted ex-wriff Sharpe. .
Cowmdl r the eoavicted m- at
oe ae an motl flr a eM trial
and Judge Hart released the priaeo

we up bend jtof $M W eh.

I!I Stck'4

Card of Thanks.
We take this means of hanging
all those who were so kind and at-
tentive to our dear wife ad mother
during her recent Illness and sube-
quent death, as well as for the beati-l
ful floral tributes. May God's rich-
est I''--. hIng rest upon each and every
on. .; .. ou, i. our earnest prayer.
HIncerely yours,

lor Coughs and Cplds
Troubled with a coh? A hard cold, bronchit or some
chronic Lkng trouble There baa medicine made for Just
these cases-Ayer Cherry Pectoral. Your doctor knows
a aboutit. Ask ia wat hethinks of t. Nomedi dne
can ever take the place your octor. Keep I doe
touch with him consult him frequenly, t him i y.
No aloholIn t"tcough medicine. J.C.ArC-.US

"iuua m* -&no
Koo "a 6

We koLve beex &fkp lyitg t6.
llceds of Mcthlne'r &Lv&,
We ccavv3 aI a vg94 Oo 0(
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(Contiued from PORe 00.)

Htinon. a sister of Hineoa's e a
"'Mrs. Hison, according to the em-
cers, reased to allow them to search
the house, and she raa uptairs nd
attempted to emloe the door to her Mbe
room. Special Aget Watts .M.Wed
ber up the sairs and freed th dedr
ope beow It was be hd.
"As he did so bhe s he atleed
Mrs. Hlsen plasis somsthling in the
frnt of bher shirt wast. Dtestie
Crawford ad Agent Waftts U l the
matter over we "t Mh boNMM M
inmeas'bs bother weas eaed l e h sea
saletio with the eme r9.
-The elars bnformes WHun" at
ble brother had wet beeon iaredd en
a charge aof eay, and ser was the
came, as he us docheted at Pau"
e- dbartmrsn ens a harge of mes
to muner. wemve the d ge mwas
later changed to that melerw.
"Mrs. H iss was ilormed tMat er
heaband habal sMd tt the Ib tw di
mead was at his hmoe, and after hbep
ag the offers waities r o-ms tIme,
she ally consented to predme tih
iamond. She was thn frmed
that the bracelet, ntaiming lour
emeraldss. value at eeak and
many smaller diasm ds, was wanted
by the policee. After -sme haesitl
she produced the braelet, and I was
a mameeary fr the 05mrs to eun-
tiam their search. TheM .M in
Jewelry was nmew i peossessem n he

peel le pseiAl Agpat
Watts were out a 6, m= wIVWN
chargingMla son wtth th theft f t
"Whea m mimsn was eehed at po

lahe 0that:.b hhwi tB en f ewo r
Imo in the Natlenl Sunk of Jsd.
seviale. A IM0 depeo es maden

pro* -e v was V hembes bert by
the usessaeer who as s the h r
between this eiy eadMl Mnamt. Se
paae bpag as-l shortly after
the trail left here.
t'me package was 4elvered to the
East Coast meeeeagr the heak
roam at the alen depot, this eity.
&ad Special Agent Watts Is of the
opinion that after the iast Coast meo
eager signed or the package It was
slipped away by Hinsen, who was in
the room at the tim eheektg up bhi
run for Wile. The haft Coast me.
seners who leave on the afternou
traln and the WilUox m eniser are
generally la the check room together.
according to the express ofletals.
**The prisoner has been la the erv-
ce of the Southern Express Coa-
pany for the past four years, and up
to the present time he had ever been
suspected of say wronadoaig."




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"ad Just Aived* *ma 9smu a
wasor a Ne dtoN i

The nmews6 tofh 8e n -1 E4
W. Chase ams a *w
the etinre eity 6t GOMLa--I
day. and It wIm dealm
hard bWo to tw f e Lofe
be was omti Mered a

No pertislare ere nor
Ing hisdemmse, mahdo
i e was tht o -e
hearthwl dol eto to
sl that hebhaes been

"Mr. ..w 4

So m teo t Io s uag
Yea 6%ad It w-e
M he iss tm e s
of do eef nnfts f

SNo o smft !
hSdO W4O

M alreseat l he
he. Chese iwas bs

Ssas Wte mm eIMS
in a"dIt Mom

di e" Iedine mi

It seems "
W ime us WNs MIs t i

l il t I 1 I: I

Tdl tAINVll ILLr 8I: MARCH 22, 1909



we is to have a new toar.

rTm&toe are mew leaving the Iver
Sam"ees be i- eauebda.

Wauml powers estimate the
genmet vegelale rep am t IS.e W

"The ln hor rwnendlma's new
Gavenat building aem neady redy
r the enastruew.

The wIet eresm are at woeltrk In Co.
oaMeaty i as e~ort to have a
e0t er dry" deetion olled.

A tree mal dMvery system will be
Stod i PaUlatn en tihe 15th
STwlo earnMers wMi be empl
ad butoesam bowlswU

no NNeaW" essio '0oumpany
l~dhu messled Mss Amondw
As =s d oe ts hr Imnesa.e
asseagg t so behry end emm-
G e m thamem te
aS WE hi.esuesse se
b a af w.

Wshe sertumte oby
wa bas been em-ur wit tpopsy
oi pso dio Thuedisfa
Was- dare stememsa.n
bee asen Ymh seet in

he sed ao aom Slor af
I Wso mesOm erPe


- S~S.

IO iast ie ta la eoi d iape S

' nm in .U-The

L tol&m er ai iisaw as
h IN MSeM Wun e a ug.

M Pema *arels a N. Q. m
A a.e maeMveness.

9 ~ha lu io. eta, o oN.C.,
, wUnl t d a tOe er t ho he ew

T P.Ai Ms Weas, work llo
Sr~p b oaim nenm e 61an 1.
Bme. Mr. L aw we have af Mll i

M. AI. le a erMt a hahd ofmt
Ow 1. dipm st 80reso
Mi o sanavbe rebmas to e

am of Mr. ad M. J
S nnibeeim
no mew aM la b
a. h bWo a and &a bet o

ML 3LG. aL w is Nstang at e d
d W-e hr a abrt tm. ew
T N lemm y a vaundem loerth
e sad stsgg "a ever to se her
W midty. He wDua Wae wh awely
prtna the osed here onr the ocA. C. d

l e's harminw l s lado. The hS re
steed 11 to n to her ane She Buwas
r tSe guet of Ml Maelw day b at

T. A. edwiit of A ason wville put a
gup t of notel WertIelhlntn
M. eoaverlenct far getm paid
Galnesville. a viewt a few days ag n
tMrL re wAlbth m la eltt a hableof
"M y have retrmed boyme. They
ww tMS guests of Mr. and Mrs. John

Mio rstd Hart ahi ch fld ae visit-
-In oawl tves tion gae y.
d th ule th spet fthe day.
wi e his hea ly a Sundayll Faat a
Wad City. He w move hi. J W amily
here as soom as be cas build a home.
lake litler and Worthington

C mod a few Mays ago. The score
stood I tot l favor of ake u wtler.
Gew. A. lAtford, the medictine drum
mew, paiuso a call a few days ago.

Ip telephones In Hotel Worthington
before the eamon opens. This will tw
a great owaveuienev for guests from
Gainesville. as we will have emne4.
thee there with the iell a&stenIa

"My throeyear-old boy was badli
constipated, had a bigh feier and Sap-
in an awful condition I gae hbim

aud the neat urtlulig the t. v.r wat.
$Me a"d he was entirely well Fuley'-
Orlgo laxath. saced his life" A
Wulkush. Casimer Wis. J W Mi
Counm & Co.

e ft's prnted stationery you want,
the sawe Ishe p ia Ist et It.

~bmm pehmw
~brethedo o
I Yhey2%
d of uso
pw godm


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Dothae. Ala., Jan. 21. IS9.
Dr. ilmer Co., B hamton, N. Y.
Gestlejmn: About oe year ago two
Smy Mhildren amred hadly from
weak kidney and diabetes; thetr urine
was very had a they wU.-1d have
severe spells of dihdee, and wery
al run dow In health. I was Jt

remedies sad ienly a doctor, but
tey did aet mem e to prove. I
kne of fraMend who wa takin
ra- ot r kidney trouble with
goe meala, ad I decided to gam
some r the MddMidrena. I mstleed there
was sme ImpvemNent after they had
taken two roe hbeat, and eontmned
to a e K to them the had taken
a dieses bytles m were we l ena
s weas id to revery. I tUank Swam
eot hbe dam mere hor my bcldrse
San ny stwer medle I have tried
sad I weeaM-nd t to e- having chi-
&Me who se rer as m"ne did.
R. W. U mt,.
City OC D n Ala.

sparks, a. Jan. 11. Im..
Dr. Kimer o&.. .ame a. N. Y.
entemee: Some time aeo I was
tWebled with kidney trouble; had a.
PO ina n h dr -d hips. Was
S a phydei, but without
My I m a e ome Swamp
aest savertised sad resolved to give
It a triaL After four bottles I
was sempletely =Have net
usfred any paln at a selame and eas
resemmmnd Swampnet to aYeyn
sNerIag ftr kadMy trouble. Si.-
eer. MUSEa V. T.f hV

Brhnea. Ga.. Jan. NS. 16.
Dr. Kilmer & C6, ighaemmn. N. T.
GenUtlemes: Ssme time ago I eaer
ed severay with pan i my bhak and
bIs. My bk pined me mntinualy
mad I Oalt maal. A Madr m reeonm
meaded SwmeapeA. I obtalmed ad
toek thea1 mh 11 two betesim whe
I relimt. My balek has aet trouied
me sie s amI I a thereughy rmesm-
med -wamp-0Rest to anyone 1 1i
e kidneoy blees, as I and it 8
herded m seat eF~ef.
T=gv wery truly.

Bston. Ga.. Jan. 13, I0.
Dr. KIeUmr & Co.. Binghamtoa. N. T.
Geatlemes: Some timU ago I was
troubled with kidney trouble. I thought
for soee tm I was suffering with
diabetes. I had severe pains In my
hak and hips. A friend recommended
waUp-Root and I decided to give It
a tril 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 suffered the slightest
since. I cannot be too enthusiastic In
my praie of this wonderful medicine
and It give me great pleasure to give
my testmaenl in regard to its merits.
Former Mayor aud Member Legis-
We have sold Mr. Rountree Swamp-
Root and have also sold It toIn a num-
ber of eases for kidney trouble and al-
ways with perfect satisfaction.
J. C. ADAMS 80N.

Everv mail brings unsolicited testimonlals from people from all o0 f
l united States and foreign lands. expressin heartfelt gratitude for
Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root has done for them.
Do not let anyone sell you some othel medicine to take the plare of SI
Root-if you do you will be disappointed-insist on getting what yo5 I
for there is no other medicine as good as Dr. Kilmer s Swamp Ki)tt

Swamp-Root is not recoimentuded f
often during the day and get upl uana) t
alice due tu kid ine trouble. 4annai|-KR
Dent Be Misled-Vor exaumilel-, he*i .
Keiitedi (donl t allow alny drugil
in it, '1.Kac'. f' ery) linite he
but eou
NOTE-F:'r rea rdel.r of The Sun
Inici4. aulilre.. lir Killi r & C' I iingh

or tet-r'. I 111C. but if Yeou hs've kiduav), I l% er or bladder trouble ior ~'
lines during lthe 'light. have 1blasrtlacg ir Irritatiotm Iilpassing or h'
o~ti s ill Iw fousid Jupt tivhe.rnwedti %(oil au..
oej daek ler D r Klainier' s Aanp-kecm t t "e Ir.o ~lc.. ra
bt. di a gti e l rk ori trsblur. e' oe~j r to lcer ru isd,. 'e e eej Acte 1,u %. iig mc me Ii ':I
bu c c rete jc ill c I1l i tm g e u a s o r it l e'c -s c iiii i-l i t u l t i t -i nae j k .7 i eem l e jt *I- : 1
are' hulnimixcuge-d at thce xe v-ube iof) our h. alit,
sho) hA ? 'cicl)[ rl-d aimiceje teu t tIl w re -atl K ieh c d ii# % L k er u nde l il i "
allitoctaN V .Aacd rfetl'.e aac1011111vIe. peti,. fr. i. 6% malu

At all dealers' in 60c and 1.00 sizes.
A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every Bottle.**ee Inside WrapP

J I rr It ,icee J-1,. j i. i t -of lls ) vto rctur ac % rlictI of K
.ll S .. c le ..e.c. .. ** W i ,k m tIvIt Im4 Ai~o f d. f.4 iC .5iTv.. i -

% ciork ad- .,

t4-41~~~~~~e~l "Iila ?aii f cti Jili h 611 itlla'111't.mAcei 'rPtl
!eaxe-n t1of( ow.crimiul ~Icoutt uf rec 0&4o01Abaa i M-liIs oa1AcIretd by tu iO
oil ticJ. Ii "kwii11.Al lubtrwctvd tbc tractuln atid!1,. tuos read) feur aicetiu h u ~.h la

* u~,w. U

New Reeds aL, Jan. S, LIN
Dr. Kllmer & CO, Bnghamtdn. N. T.
Dear Trs: I wrletoedayto the ph
lie atm yer wampest meme

Imy table an alhnb i the dMaeys.

years ea ad I have had mo troe f
RmlT. J. TAIN d .d

Ito3 tlto Tena.
I have been a fural ltoter earr sor
over *ve years. m two yeu age
wA takea with severe pa ain mya
inch. I sead mend s I ro m mW Wo
=My phyTatesa sr several meths with-
out ary bene~ A Mend, Mr. J. D.

Nelsenhut had me to ht ymL Swamp
tiNMed ~ w wr seNd at leat do.
eM to try tah remedy and beagt
of La mrs. a t i eet battle whIheb
Iave m great reuel. I then beugh
two eendolar bottles, which I me
truthfully ay have eeapletely ered
Had t net been Itr Sweamuoot. I
wudd have bees eempeled to quit the
rumal tree delivery serves.
SI advise aB mas carries who gea
palms la their hek that Swamp Root
I was a bsad at very oftea my
wite wod hMav to help me to art-
Rural letter Carrier, Routo No .


Dnadtnovllbe. Ga.. Jan. W. itWO
Dr. ICKHlmer & Co., BIghamton. N. T.
Geatlemen: About four years ago I
sacred from kidney trouble and rheu-
matism In my hips. The pain across
my hack became o severe that I would
hardly stranhten up and could not
walk without draggng my feet. I
would urinate frequenUy aad would
have to rise two or three times durtn
the nlaht, eausing me to suffer trom
loss of sleep. And with the pal I
was all run down and began to lose
fSeh. I saw Swamp-Root advertised
and bought one bottle to try It. After
taking t 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 bean to ga Inti weight
I a way. rIcommend Swamp-Root to
case remarkable.
Yours very truly.
Donalsonville. Ga.

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Ekwood. Ala, Dc. 14, 1A.
Dr Klmer & Co.. AIngihmtmo4 Y.
Dear Sirs: I have derived such great
benelt from the we of your remedy.
8wamp.Root, that I belwve It to t
most Important for the public to know
Its worth. tre the pst te years I
have been the most mismble of men
Did not know what the trouble wM
but hbad to urnmisteo V Vry feuetly
both day ad al ght; MW puffed up
generally. CouldM ot Iseep more than
a couple of hours at a tim. wa irmt-
ly distressd after eathn a M ia m and
was about Wor out. I had tried mear-
ly everything I eould e advertnied
and hear of, without helping me to
any aret extent. until asily In OeI
tober last at Ripes. WIS.. I purchased
a one-dollar bottle of wamp-Root sand
commeneed taking It according to di-
rections and I followed that with
another bottle and experienced such
gr~t relief and benet from sae
that I purchased ive dollar k north at
HuntsvIle. Ala. and eontamned Its
use and am nowv tlm It, but In
smaller doee and twiee a day Is place
of four times a day and beeve by
the time present spl y to med up I
wll he entirely well. I aM eng bet.
ter w than for te years past.
eat and sleep *r ute ine to ect, I am
feing so -an that I monmmt re"st
telling you about IL You we at Ebel-
ty to publish thio Wmtmemnini ibhM
you wiah. Very re.P- etIl
THOS. STAI An. R. A-, Retired.
Box 7, I. R. N. 2, inod, Ala.

ROen RKM14r's likens ei is a
0Se wrar, or o e oy

Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnglhaemg,
Gentlemen: I hardly kle
exprea my appreciation for -
your Swamp-Root has dome ia
been greatly troubled wvth
nys,. and with pali In te
with what the doctors terml
0maa0 of the neck of the
Sometimes my back would get
hbape that I was almost
had tried several doctors a@
inem to mo good effect. and
noticed In some paper where
me proposed to send &amel
of his kidny medicine.
free by mal. I sent at eas
halved promptly a sample ea
ter taking It I found It did a
I them purebased two bottles
merchant. Mr. W. J. EWiser.
o the medicine I felt 110 a
man. and each day rode lve
teach eehoL TYou are at.
-e ths letter, or refer
me, as I will always be hee
them what a wonderful
Swamp-Root is. Mr. James
Emdenvlelle Teun., is taif It
nod remeto. Very traly yaem,
Member Tennessee
Raral Ronte No. 24,
than. Ala. Jan. 21.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Dtlmhamn.
Dear Stre: Have been
mare or less from kidney
the last le yewar-and was
try yoar wamp-Root Am
ay. or give you toestmonIal.
ha eared me. I as a travelWlt
an her Mesrs. Colgate & Oa.
Terk. and am always travel ig
mad. Drinking the different
afected my kidneys.
TYours respeetfly,
Aesordina to my experlemes,
not esonlder there Is anything t
wnmp4eot fr kidney affeetm.
Twtee it relieved me whi I
-me atey bpless.
The lst time I was tra
Teas, when my kidneys
eated, ad tr ten days I
e.eelatio pala acompahd
Nevere eils. Several years
havtin *bee reMeved of a
taek. I naturally sought reller la
fee tron Swamp-Root.
After usinf tour of the
bottles, I was completely restan
went on my way rejoteing ad
In S*wamp-Root This was
ears ago and I have had no I
of a return of the allction.
J. C. SMITH. Jr.
Thirty-third degree MaNs
Waycros,. Ga.. Jan. 5. 1
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blng ;mtoa I.L
Dear Sirs: During last Oct
offered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, v.h
seribed for me. but his treatmfes
not benefit me. After reading
Bwamp-Root literature. I dee
give It a trial. After taking
doses. I felt somewhat relieved.
after two one-dollar bottles had
taken, I had no pain and was. co01
ly cured. I have not had the lA
pain in my back or hips bfince
my own experience. I can chml
recommend Swamp- Rut to
suferlng from kidney trouble
Yours vry truly
Mr Martin conducts a .aringl
transfer business.


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THE '; TERVti.', E 4TN: MARCH 22, 1909


,.H New is That Party Lines
U Wiped Out In Fight
fr Tariff Favors.
-mmm -redS
lfoFTON. March 19.-That
wtlil be eliminated during
tion in the House of the
onl bill was indicated by the,
A4 Representative ltroussard of
in withdrawine' yesterday
k meeting of tlei minority mem-
41 the committee because he
with their views on the tariff.

s, exceptions. each member by Champ Clark. It in understood. Hi.
imWse will eight for the Inter- has frequently expressed himself in
hs a home district. There i bitter terms regarding the lumnih.r
ggplet of any lengthy general situation ain this country. During the<
a the bill and the considera- tariff hearings he arraigned the lum-
i nesuiMre under the fAve-min- ber magnates and delved deep Into
Sir amendment will be pro- the Intricaces of stumpage, and rail-
l a- moo as possible, prolb- road land grants. It is not thought
s mendm of the present week. there will be any serious opposition
a gag"' rule. for the pre- to the tariff placed on tea.
S unlimited amendments aun-
gie-nlaute rule Is brought in. Poley'. Kidney Remedy will care
iWty members of the Ways any case of kidey or bladdev trouble
Committee will not report that is not beyond the reach of medi-
bill. Their report will be clue. Cures backache and Irregularl-
IW Minority Leader Clark and ties that If neglected might result In
agprely criticize the wool sched- Bright's disease or diabetes. J. W.
t asew bill. It is contended McCollum & Co.
IfsOcrato that It han not been
lncr ato place it on a reve- James Tucker and J. F. Willhorner.
A. There probably will be who are charged with the murder of
amendments offered and a negro at Silver Springs several
dkmmsions affecting them are weeks ago. are now held in Ocala
Sunder $8.000 bond each.
t beritance tax. Philippine free
ftermal revenue and maximum A Uttle want ad. will accomplish
InMmi features of the new bill big results.

..=a mm!


The Popu Liver Medic
Wi Keep You Wel
ED CURe for a disease prdced by TOR.
S LUVER and IMPURE BLOOD. Do not ill your system
wt Aonmw.. Calemel and Quinine. They act as rank poiseo
whBch vitwte the bood. deb"iate the system. and leave a trail
aof bad symptome wh'ch require years to obliterate. HERB1
*t isn purely vegetble and contains no mineral or ascaf
phases, is absolutely harmless and to the simple remedy at
mlura It carsas oi all pos a the system aInd avesa -
b hrtea affects.

Mr. L. A. Rleks. IrodeL. Tusas ess "I w
Sik Ia bed for eight moutha with liwer teble, the
&dco u seemed to d me os geod. I ws told to try
Sebiase, sad It cared me In a shodt time. I em
imammeemd this scm --lu ...... "-- 1
| si o TTLL U sTt 11 IUn $m

BaHard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOU 16. ,& A.

Let Us Keep Your Books for You

Dl pon it ) ur iion, -y A t 1 s a IAu'l A y,.ir I ill. I'y lch. k It will
0a-4 ) 3 trutil',. n I y'-ir pa,. 'l ', i c ).i r r, ,. ,t. I

Phifer Bros.

- Bankers



Groceries and Grain

No Order
IuIm216 -

Too Large

are rieder-ibi h the t lnt-rtvI, l-ade-r-
anti tOher, ha -it ,' nirch f.Noiravi'
(on1m1n.t upimni th*e taI-I atre t- h IN'I
cratic (Congre ua'mn. It is unid r-timod
that the nilmn rit. l-;ild r a fasor t'
re-nim al of the rotrlI tloti% li> t
quantit. of sugar andi tohalinv that
ran te adnmlit td from the I'hlliilne-.
free of duty. On the other hand mw\-
eral Southern l)emorrats are' e-nd.-a.t
boring to have the free trade prmlplon
amended so as to exclude rice. their
contention being that rice would I.,
sent from the Philippine to the I'nli
ted States markets nd sold for t(o
0* ,:t a pound. It admitted freeb fuom
t '. Ima:.d.- This. they sa. A. o,,jl I
ruin the ric'e induA.try in this (ionn
tr .
A number of D'nimornaft will J:)!:i
with some Republicans In favoring
the continuation of the duty ampsse ed
by the Dingley tariff hill u|on lumber.
The fight for lum tr will be- headed

wis Is a haress I'latlimtutr C stor O Parem
rte Dro ad eethg Syrugm. It is Peammt.
mntalms Mber Opim, Morphne a er' ohlerr arehctl
-Ws-s-d Its ag is Its guanrates. It destroys Worms
a"d wy j evAsgetM. I eures DIarrbwa and Wind
g09" 1 reIM Teething Trb0lTes, curee ComutlpatlSU
and V1rtulmey. Is s emda:m the Food, oregulmat the
emanh id wehds, giving healthy and nagmm dep
ho behamm MmmAe Math-erS FMeWa




he Knd Ton Hae Always Bou

In Use For Over 80 Year.


FIT Wml m O mS

MANILA, March 18.-A belated dis-
piatch from Lake Lanao reports that a
hand of hot ile Moros attacked Lieut.
Furlong's detachment of conutabular)
at Ilordong on March 8. and after a
.harp fight eight Moros and two mem
Ie-rs of the constabulary were left
dead on the field, while two soldiers
and one (ivillian were wounded.
A conlan:ny of th ranutr) and a detachment of scouts
have gone to the" aid of Furlong'.
torce. The day after the fight a con-
,tabulary soldier deserted after steal-
ing five rifles belonging to members
of tihe detachiiint.

Should be studied by every parent.
if your child is nervous, fretful, starts
in it's le'ep. is pasty faced, has ring
under Its eyes. always seems hungry.
is not gaining weight., you can be sure
the trouble is worms. White's Cream
Vermifuge is an absolute cure for
worms. Is It's own purgative. Sold
by W. M. Johnson.

Baxter Could Eat It.
The editor of The Sun is In receipt
of a letter from E. G. Baxter. private
*-ecretary to Senator Fletcher. In
ahich he say~ that he is real hungry
for a glance at The Sun. He states
that he hasn't seen a copy in so long
that he could eat a whole edition if
tKli tihe' hl11r (e

Of good health should prevent sick
ucis In.iead of letting tbemuselves get
tick and the-ii try to cure it So long
am you keep your liver. bowels and I
-to:ach in a healthy and active con-
dition )ou won't get sick Itallard's
itorbine relil- eh coinsti iatlon. inactive
lIter and all ltorniacb and booel trou
bit.- Sold by W M Johnson

\V f* .M 1 ta'lla d 0ti .1* ,11' ho l fromii
tin-*. lull. 1.1.1t IIJ I ll hl -11 Iht i s -lie-lt
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To the Voters of the Cty oat Gaaln
I m a candidate for City Marsmal
for reelectiom oe April 1. I have
served the people tathfully mad oea
ciently, aight and ray. and my record
Is open for lapectiona
If my service during the past year
has been eatsfctory I ask the sp-
port and vote of each and every citU-
-se who is qualified. I can only
promase the same service as I have
e-deavored to give nla the past.
Yours for order.

I take this method of informing the
public that I am a candidate for City
Marshal at the election to bo held on
Al ril 13. 1909. 1 respectfully solicit
the support of all voters, irrespective
of party affillation, and prolmse to
faithfully and impartially discharge
the duties of the offce should I he
elected. Respectfully.

To the Voters of the City of Galnes-
I respectfully announce myself a
candidate for City Tax Assessor for
the year 1909. Having been Tax As-
sessor for four years. I am fully pre-

pared to fill the office, as my record
will show, the city aasesament hav-
Ing been Increased In that time fran
a little over 400.000 to over $1,000000.
I was prevented from runnnlag for this
office last year on account of sickness.
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Galnesville:
I herebt) announce that I am a can-
diuate for re-election to the office of
Citv T'l\ Assessor for the year 1900.
in tltH election to be held on April the
I ::th and most earnestly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position
Thanking you for your past endorse-
meat. I roeman, Yours very truly.


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vote in the flush&b A afford Piano Coo
'rot for each cent paid for such
ourk Don't forget this when in ued
4 printed stationery Read the ad
,*rtisemeat giving particulars re-
garding the contest and vote for the
lady of your ebaes

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M appe lim4 ml What Is e-
I o m ..--- r .. d
,. nle Itme a the City.

P fdv'j i Dea ) am.
S. F. Jackson of Archer wa%
it the city yesterday. She
gwiderable' ProPerty here and
d r the purpose of getting her
.ri adjusted.
-ge Mrs. W H. Walts are re-
revr the arrival of a fine boy.
E meo on Monday. The mother
l M are doing nicely and the
to are all smiles.
L lKller of Brooklyn, Pia. tl
Sviotaers to the city. He is
O Ngeddeut of GaOlmesvlle and felt
b T- The Sun. so will have It
A Ia Isbl ewr hom hereafter.
s change to the advertise-
Sthe Galnesvlle Hardware
They are advertising a big
fm pre white enameled steel
md ask that you call and ee it,
y t pleow is guaranteed.
I W. Walts of Hawthorn was a
to Oailmnvfle yesterday. He
that the planters there are all
efugh putting in their spring
ad may now have their corn
ttg-a up. almost ready for plow-

L S. Bradley of Wacahoota was a
St the city yesterday. He
that the truckers are busy ship-
labage In car lots. but eager
-s the feld generally scoop
eerythlng before It leaves the
ai d as a result the farmers are
S A. Anderson. brother to W. H
Jr.. is among the visitors;
lh dity who will remain for the
Slw days. He has only recently
7 from a severe case of fever
while attending business
at Jacksonville and is visiting
rem em and this place to regain
-heath before completing his

aedkia 's DZaiy su m
I C. Harvllle of High Sprins was
RWier to the city yesterday.
IL 1P. Nipr of Jonesville was
the visitors to the city yester-
S He operates a sawmill near that

ILk D. Thomao of Windsor was
1 WitEr to the city yesterday. She
9 MAeoMpanled by her daughter,
L Bole and wife of Kanapaha
:W visitors to the city yesterday.
had just returned from a short
tWtto Al:.. .
i.J. rtoe of Jacksonville is in the
i. having come over to arrange his
Satters and greet his numerous
il-is. "Uncle Jack" was a former

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~baS that %,!!.k e-.
61111111*4 ofprept abshpe- Instead of
o& livag efirsa ad alt mcii, .es.

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citizen here and he built n.aii. houwpr
while living
Plank's Chill Tonic is guaranteed tv
eure chills, fever, colds and lagrippe
Price 25c. Bold by W. M. Johnson
(. L Feasto r and wife of Micanopy)
were among the visitors to the city
yesterday. They came over in Mr.
Melton's automobile.
G. T. Kennard. the liveryman of
Newberry. was In the city yesterday
He states that usine. 1! ga,)M; ..
Ib,.e naizliluI t I):a
V' V.t MQU-Qun of Koni(oki) v. a
visitor to the city yesterday. He hta
a larK -. ireri of fri tndp here w ho :r.
alas glad to **eet him.
A. E. Miller of E-vinston %a. in tia
city yesterday. He in. o.e of the- h .i
ing truckers of that section and geni.r
ally makes good on all the cropl he'
Mrs. Julia Pinner and children of
Palatka returned to their home ye.-
terday. after having spent the past
week here visiting the family of J. M.
Manning of East Gainesville.
J. H. Anllison and wife of Micanopy
were visitors to Gainesville yesterday.
Mr. Allson is interested In the Melton
Lumber Company at that point, which
is one of the largest concerns in this
section of the State.
Dr. W. C. Johnson of Micanopy was
greeting his large circle of friends in
the city yesterday. He says the truck-
ers are now very busy with the cab-
iage crop, and the beans will follow
It up and make them more so.
I develop any sise roll ilm for 15
cents; post cards from same. 5 cents
each; paper prints. 3 to 4 cents each.
One dosen post-cards reproduced from
any good photograph. 75 cents. All
work promptly and neatly done. P. D.
Cox. High Springs, Fla., Box. 97.
Dr. J. L. Kelley, superintendent of
schools. has returned from a three-
days' visit to Lake City, where he at-
tended the convention of county bu.
.erintendents. He states that this
aas the l.rgett attended convention
in years and much u.*od was realized
ijy the meeting.
#I m Snd se Do*a 8um.
Monroe Venable of Archer was ina
the city yesterday.
W. J. Hodge of Alachua was a vis-
itor to the city yesterday.
H. H. llarnett of Micanopy was a
visitor to the city yesterday.
Miss Lula Perry of Rochelle was
shopping in the city yesterday.
C. A. Holder of Hague was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
Circuit court convenes in special
.estsion here Monday morning. March
G. A. Beach of Floral City has ar-
rived to speind Sunday with his fam-
ily here.
Mrs. Jennings of Fairfeld im visit-
ing her daughter, Mrs. R. T. Crouch
of this city.
8. D. McDonell of Arredondo was
in the city yesterday looking after
his tax matters
Tho. McCredle of Micanopy was
here ),,-terday looking after business
and attending to his taxes.

W. T Harris of LaCrosse was a
visitor to the city yesterday. lie is
deputy sheriff for that section.
J. T. Stokes, the efficient justice of
the peace at LaCrosse, was among the
Saturday visitors to Gainesville.
B H. Dupree of Arredondo was in
the city yesterday. He has charge
of the Colson farm at that place
('apt C It. McClenny anid little
daughter of Cadillac watre among the
ti.itor. to (Gainesvillle ye-sterday.
A clo(tiig chuol eiitrlaiiniuent will
Io- gla%'ll- at the i school house inl Wind-
-air on 'rida. night Mtarchi -6tlih All

.M.- Mar W \aait. of ilaisthorln ia.
i ll ti" (li hte rda> the was i1
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whtre the will visit Mrs. Ni..ig'
She was accompanied by her two in-
teresting children.
Keep your eye on the want ads.
There may be something adverUsed
which is of nlaterest to you.
Mrs. i. T. Arnow and children, who
have been visiting relatives at High
Springs o(r the past several days. re-
turned home yesterday. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Annie Bynum.
who will visit her sister here.
Mrs. Amanda George and daughter,
Miss Ida, who have been spending
the past week here visiting the
former sister. Mrs. Owen Lloyd. left
yesterday for Tyler. From there they
will go to their home at Live Oak.
Ir. and Mrs. A. M. Jenkins, who
have been visiting Mrs. W. H. Palmer
at her North Gainesville home for
the past few days. left yesterday for
their home in Michigan. They have
been spending the past winter at Me-
'. 1). Dennis has returned from a
business trip to Jacksonville. In
speaking with him yesterday he was
of the opinion that the large phos-
phate interests of C. W. Chase would
run on and the head offices be located
here in future as in the past.
Miss Lucy Ford of Isynchburg. Va.,
who has been the guest of Miss Irene
McCreary for the past few days. left
yesterday for her home via Jackson-
%ille. where she will spend a few days
with her auut. Mrs. F. J. Hagood. She
Is a grand-daughter of Judge Dillard
of Micanopy, and she and her mother
have been visiting relatives at Jack-
sonellle, Ocala and Micanopy for the
ipa, t their, i iitltti

The Grand Event.
From Sunday's Dally Sua:
The great s pring opening of fnue
|iillhinr>f anid read. to-wear g(ods of
1i;,.- \ 11(1d ('oimpaii will oTccur

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\'t Iaju I. I. ica a aasa i. ,* .2.5I I A a tml ,a ..i id 2-mrfit l it t ) blIve a
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\II hill fIt. h, 11 ~ aig caal ~i~i ,..a .14d I -or i t i ,w l l it- ia.-ctjlit

Ill,,a. (lit 4%% -I t 'I, IaI aI ( Is ,I mt IjamIIll jitIa aI jf pr-%it l uto e-Iforta. a id Ithe-rv
lam A 1111411A (illa(ato q I li. a~ a at, im mioia- jtun of ..uccli-axa l.. E a~rI, a-cl
cra Ibm %~Ill IbO- put fotinhIto WAkt JiASt
I'iulaa.s, t aild .%fit 1u t jillt I. .. a fortimltxok like- tI ic- w..rv- m~ cildiadng
I&.%- i ll am amat I.&c Pl l saail.- talll eeia U p11IJ rted it h the- K tK.Alit
I MI, i ( I kt jt ll lt( t -i aid.-P.- thcat ttbu maotrv- as I oepailstI vi o-
It 1,2, i.l be-c-,lot'ai.diiaj. tfile -' f rrt) day fromu thtis tini.un Watchb
do) a :Ialtilt- ct it) tI, ij i. ~ 1r J),tsC~uy gruskigsac 4o0 Ut
atid 'tter. 1.-ft e-,.teueia'.for OIeiianl.aU1"this lql& notable event.







CatherTinaileal Get Seed Veto Satur-
day-Net Mush Delag for "Tall.
9nders" in Cnteet

The vote lain the piano contest Sat-
urday was almost solid for Miss Do-
rian Ellis and Catherine Halle.
Following is the standing of the
Miss Dorian Ellis. city ...... 1.464,545
Miss Bessie Dupree, city..... 1.424.190
Miss Catherine Halle, city...lj4*2.546
Miss Florrie Strickland...... W.13
Miss M. Daughtrey. city ..... 41.86
Miss Mary McCormick, city.. 8,9004
Miss Alma Fennell. city-...... 7C.30
Miss Nannie Dickinsom. city.. 74. 0
Miss Mabel Sanches. city .... 60.61
Miss Julia Carter, city...... 57.381
Miss A. Grog. Newberry ..... 3.-
Miss Estelle Beal, city....... 31,470
Miss Jessie Evans, city ...... 31,410
Miss A. Strickland. Waldo... 2.4166
Miss Vimma Hudson. city. ... 26.210
Miss Annie Ileville.......... 21.M40
Miss Ehlena Stat. Waldo..... 16.430
Mrs. I Ware. High Sprinags.. 14.186
Miss Goldie Lambert, city.... 6.290
Miss Uiale Sheppard. Bell... 6.0"1
Miss K. Carlton. Melsaopy... 6,M0
Miss M. Fernade., city ..... 43.UI
Mrs A. W. Sargent ......... 4.130
Miss Mary Thigpin. city ...... .3.81
Miss L. Sanders. Hawthorn... 3.860
Miss Ruby Albright ........ 31.100

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