The Gainesville sun


Material Information

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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Full Text

SP ulshed Twice a Week-Monday and Thursday
a and ed, klsith. No other
em plaM on the land witness was not
awm ot It. tltih was kiled about

D wlag the shins of testimony by
SJdOk witness the little eMld kept ery-
t gIwrs tmofs m .e Weame tof We Wrt r. f Ptre
S ber Des Iawklms took it t Sian was di WEDW

of water. bat "th failed to -et the A M& --h.aa Trioaflmaiia
HUI* em. Th moter mid the baby A ip nm
was hiMery. sad Mr. Daswls told the
i see Mt es.mer to Do ou a" NTwot aM a btad WASHINGTON, IX C. Maeb 7.-- pa cha icted at the Crvg R
p ly. W a muse d th e t save bao r aI In tb fodds of her reed. the mate- wMch e mapted oly ai ar
M 4 wni vi m Ors. m Owes returned a abort rW eidee of te m ast of 1.tly afterwa r dm
doen with a bag of sar Meltsa, aad Mrs. Pierre l ort d,. Jr., is sealed event of the day scarred. wha K..
MM h f~l w the d atile was much more quI etw he its la boyy to t. Rammey NewittJ the corner, w
as h Wa ma t UL =t thd gte hme tr e fue mes party left t he a t h told of tah th
Mk W b- e M W ile. toak ge' oLorillard resealdece at 5 o'clock ye- y otes ad tearalou tror
SgoW ad hase No O J am e o* awe colored related bow today aftermoom for Now Tork. At found on Mrs. Lrllard's body ft
*e l hbg On 1W a vlh bed 0 ill e tohth hOn wua std the old hame of the Lortllalrd at Iry- her death.
am n 1ae a C wste as kid t ad nOte r l toa-me-Hadsom the casket will be Coatrary to th general anderstaa
*o me U asl; as he g a l wnt t b interred. 1ag Mrs. LorMlard wrote neither
S abbeW bJot lneaiy wesat to th e body Mr. J e Th departure from th eity furnish- the motes after she returned from lhs
60fte 4 alasee sat of b hand J&oea sm wlfe cm lag t ti d ed another at the dramatle events Townsed dinner. t is now beIel
"a mWte head wit about te Saates later. Witnes said which hav e aracterised the death that the only words she wrote oa th
g s Owvu told ber he did met want Mrs. by suleld ths promimet womam. morning of her death was on an eas
St Mi a e a bed -ad N t w nt to emoem u be At the very bow. wh the t lope that eontalied the notes ad th
1 bm i e k ey a n to he. Sal circles of the Capital in which trinkets. They wwre: "Bury f
b@&fes ao i M and Mrs. M A. Newberry. an aged white Mrs. Lorllard had bee aceerded seek with my body, openedd' The f
iE S M l te i eary to woep W a, was sworn; she was the a prominent jart, were crwdinta the with which these words were writl
Ste there of R. L amith; witness w arstocraUti Massachusetts avense, the had been freshly smeared over n
Se Mia Owea's houm wh heo r son was body of the deceased was drive rap- face of the envelope. Its fr
eimSa 5d do y killed wasthere to ee the sick baby. iday down that thoroughfare toward was In marked eostrast with the 4I
ssU d the 'S o in blU lhe mi t e go to the dead body for the station. The husband, one of the of the two notes. .
lr has b1 S10 m tfm, because she was afraid of amous Lorllards og the tobacco bul- Another fact that has been brought
ak.. b' SY lP _Owes; she went to body later with needs and prominent club ma and out is that one of the notes was 6
Su I d af a short a* Maggle Saw; Owe sad his wife sportsman. and his on, Perry. by dresed to Mrs. Lrlllard and was b
S C f ai wse" thei nd Sad threatened witness. their own preference were the only the handwriting of another perMs.
ofa a L. l iased IAlu Thompeos, white, related about mot.rners. The second note had been written It
WMOW SSd Ia O !S. the same ereuamstaseo as Mrs. New. The funeral ceremonies had been Mrs. Lorillard evidently many day
,nlU. atil 'elook berry, only she did not go to the dead ron lurted at 12:30 o'clock. A few of before her death. The note to Mnr
body. Mrs. Lorllard's mot intimaate friends. Lorillard is ad s have been 4
Mrs. Mary Ls was ,at Owen's principally those who gathered with drewed to her It a Informal way.
bomse about a week previous to the her the night of her death at the din- The trmkets consisted of a chala
O d d S o kleing and heard Owesn say he was ner given by Mrs. Richard Towusend. to which was attached some penda
mt jrued sming to k13 Gmth at MIuselewhilW were presentL Among those were the of little intrinsic value. re lu$
S eand expected to have It to do at any ilelgi@ n minister and Baroness Mot those who ha'e beheld them
31 f now% 4eded, a*w ed time. echeur. Mrs. Chaunccey Depew. Mrs. high school dayp of girls. 5
C. 3nV* US soestmed t OGerard Hammond said Owen was at Meyer. wife of the Secretary of the The envelope In whleh to wm
M vt Pi did n his place In Marloe county prior to Navy. and the Hos. Made Paunce- and trinkets were -placed was n
P Bd e trd Pg ti f the killing in January and said he fote. daughter of the former British found until hours after the death.
the nadrof L L th at Jose hi d % hd some trouble "up there" and ambassador to this county. Rev. Rol when the undertaker was preparing
n-- J y. OI W. BMK r D wanted to rent a place and move and Cotton Smith of St. John's Episeo- the body for burial
,sa V. iS lie rqprueeted the e; Owen said be expected there .
by USa t o h woedM be trouble when he met two Solicitor Rivers began the cros-exami- ed had been a witness against him ftr
WSS d I f Will luwas men. t same of one of whom wit- nation of Owes. Mr. Rivers propound, concealed weapons and other things.;
W n jate J y a s remaebred a Sapp (Smith's ed question upon question, but he got The Vedict.
*& alias) nuothlng new out of him of Ipor Thi closed the testimony and i
Wh wast e emanei a jory was The State here rested and the de- ance. He said ThompsoS had cote to uryrlred without argument. r ma-
oi ti *- W. l J. B. Dll IMlng aside ease was granted ten minutes itn hi house on Buanday alght previous 1mg out only fifteen minutes when the
i -g amnt betg ye poeed to capital which to contr with their witneese. to kill him, and he, witness, had Shot brotght In a verdict of guilty" of m t
Sj W. L H5 was eaNed Dartn the interval the court at him. derIn rt deree, which means t
WeIwas in Nowbery -a the sentence John ColUer. Iandlcted for When Soucitor ver got through death pse ty.
af wig a ha id a trallU assuaalt with lantet to murder and con- with witaeas Juror BarkMan asked following the above verdict tie
,i ai epte a to the guait U victed oly of agravated assault, to him how he knew Thompam woet judge had W. 8. Nobles. con icted
oanm m ithe ddmBa1t; P. M. Cel. three months' Imprisonment In the there to kill him? Owes said MMsaMle- aggravated assault. to stand up and
ad S A. Sebeso we per- s ty Ja. white had told him of plot to kill him. reeve is sentence, which wa
s^ll t~ebliSuped by the Stale; JM. The Defene. gam Le testiAed that he heard months In the county glan g.
I^^a P^^ ^S II VS wd t. I f T .r. Mattle Owen, wife of defendant, was Mrs. Newberry tell defeldast he eould W. D. Debose. the negro convicted
555 / .. t 3 b. were e -cu sworn for the defase. Her tletimay have all the land he wanted to farm of forgery. having signed Major W L
ate ; Wa8pZBoTltier Ia une was to the et that she had taken on. The object of the introduction of Thomas' name to a chick for the pir-
Snfl flheh hedre dm -.. 6M ~ ...- .. -

the gun to the nSeld to shnoot a hawk this evidence was no doubt to show pose of securing whiskey was gives
tZt M ilbe ord ind T wbhb had been catching the chick- that Owen was on his own premises two years In the State penitentiary
amMrit as1 a Md be ws ft n isaid he a s; she leased the gus against a when the killing was done. It having The court then adjourned until
W16e n e. me jur was swfrt as I g tree while she went to get *one been disputed by the State that he o'clock Monday morning.
*11 @0* am8 1K 1.M% 3. J wen, ~ panders from the crib. Smith came to was in possession of the premises
0. SeL ao J. a admaya 3. J. W heeldadshetod mto eout; J 1 Grim was sworn for the de. IRE DoESTROWS RY
flNd tow a 4L. A t s. I W. D. eas. L he cursed baher apd struck her with fense; his was about 200 yards
fl t11 d. w aJ. M LL W. a. g a compass., threw rocks at her, etc.; from wh lived; latter had Peculiar Misfortunw Happeb to
S W SI esra A. Weeki. Smith said be was looking for trou- probably hpartaw g land for a take Boerry Grower.
"l Ud sit sm a o, d and ble. and he was used to it: her hus- Prop. Judge G A. Gardiar bd ti a
-t a 5 da 11 band was hitchia a horse to do soiue The defeat here restad. fdte G An Garyneo had lgh ta Ifl
S8 1dfte d *a w himn. but ow he e up and told mth 't' ate- recalled John ThornpmOn. strawberry pat(.h of ad lf
wm ha"d bees grated a seeranc ot to ur his wife; smith aid, lso said ie went to Ot' lt acres ddetruu,.d Ih) lir. Mr Gati I
SO W be"d he husband. wth her utkl ill kill you." and made a notion olhure" etI" 11.. tirelidij atri.rt lt.%aitu ner ar
W" 90000111 o is L1, B byr iarms with his hand as if to drna a ali. ut the. kill r,'-," i all O rdd hi, fai.ah. lli. .-r te
SDlir M b h Owen then picked up the sun which %asl' "I"n l Ii Hord nra d .ut,,ut two snil fr,
I AMee pt Ot Job Thobapson was sworn for the a near him a tid dor, Smith. TiThmil :talt. 12rtt :rv2 i';,o firearllh kai f or Sark ad ar ut ti,, i ,. t
41111 0 S 94l ed at Jonesville, bab n ws e hot h ah. Tloep .At u outl S 11til I I hieljd4i to dre' n .: .i ,re a" iu ... f.1i,. d.' l
Sw(*i n take kuew deeased for three years; had when the- sh tia ileitrre al faith t'ala I itith poilctd ta'. SaniLth th,.h dr r. I d tohi the I
IV 0 NO Waid Will ly sl igyt acquaintance with Owe he sa. lot uesa r heWa at alt. t ll I. iad hii d I "t a ol u slld or carl- n niale. Smitht O ird I.ittul I "Is
O I .1 a S 4 s VM sn alpeaking distance of Smith 'ad10 I1-l"1 hu did not usu or car
Sth e r mue Whe e Was killed; was working for Wheat Mra. Owel the stand her r) oe Ia h a tt' l uag l. *
IT. Nr bbo mie; w" i Ito h i Smitht') oMd; Oweuti came hutbaud %ass sworg o n oihalf Mrs Thouaa.suaa, recalled t.t' h fs. A blazt led it a
---- -- -- -- -- -pi, e, a ild t I (if th.- i' t i t It lw c' Me
5M Pile he COud Up with his gus (be always carried He corroborated l wife i all es- that th d.efeidaist called his if tr o t a fe' I.he ant. Ia.1 i,. *
4C themI gu. ,ad asked Smijth what bme sliaal details, sapt that hr said of Ie lie.' and thty had aboul tai Mr %l.rd air,, hma id oullI I %
S M5 WhiS, a Ws dolg;" Smith replied that he awitldtalib goth his pistol. whereas his sift enough tt salk to where kibitg occur tWoulds al.sia hIs- eliensre'd lAti
*Med; she easri s is land; Mrs. Owen eanl said Smith made a caotion as if to red before' sle. hard shout fired also It' uolimati beria stark tiraialll
0 C u1kp add tO d mith to "get out of the drag a Wt-aes Oate said that wrt Iist th.rt' head Ltit esi ai> l.aiuts dula fe-nctin and 'a rk, si'ang at tarh
S defeadastiL led. oM palos this is he shut duhIth he hald rrtam to iw'lit-r iuicked that Inuaatiaag k.' dft'ndatt', ~and the' buildaigt.
pSM M a6 hemabd OVW eor old." Mr- Owes then struck his own lift- as hia daltge.r as s-hI A" he ui-eiiah
ae ws sand- a mith with a board. a agapis with as that of him sife li rcbuttL) defense recalled Sam in Thd rlA(ts %rt. d i it,
f hA dea0 the a piece of stovepipe. wheo malth told At he conclusito of his diret Lee. ho testlaed that the ddeiaswd rIer at isrpcru hll I
S*i a IW- Owea to 'make his wife bthave, where testimony c rourt adjourned until t ahc tstited th a thd a cosw'al iotrh o.h l*an-ru lapuag stheai h I *
SSAM aoes Owes ai"d -I will make you o'clock ed. 4 caspon I'pun crurynaalato) frid- i)Das--thare T lth hat.r l
Lam" h -awe" Ma m Ow es te aid. "S hoot Afternoen *a che adm itted he was s goodrke Ter
p -* mma-=*i ad Owes uted be Oot recoaveOAed at t o'clock, whea terms with deceased beusae ds The es
me *ow The an~a slow hr



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"t au ofW this mstryV.
a m, we m sWe fther m& ih
ac ..m i m hbumrable
fW^Bf 6 0It I b eflbMewn lft

M, A* an aremey ft of she.
a" ampaesm ee -8 t*am

a 1-- -- -- > --- -- --y I-
M hwl@ wbe you" ask tor Dr.
m remin the great KI&

ag, fme wa sd iU a faer ^i^tmp
-w, U -" s 06 Redy. du-t
u4 q 0in UvMr adore.
s d"e b M pslae, Mend time
OB fta p"e tyou pap= you
he abs moe. prompt, t
o 'AMbse at e gxpease of
w aom a e. No have wau dob
*m me boftl i Sm remarkable
r-"- timud b Dr. Kimur's
e m S t d vevey besis.

o se d e eso mso as

Sme la ItPau t.eyl Tvi ed
*aiyiek to Se w a freeo Mesale
bak haopt pelemi ue ka of its
dl g --- A- *,klbey. *ver a
softI d a tw f1 te letters, prompt-

d hraM h pbtkm. grattuev

no dawn t boa" bowe l tumy.
19d p bd sl Jor.
0%s. N. .-Ot e p-imest-l you

I Of- 84bealth shesm grevi si-
0ees ista tof lettla themselves get
lk and the stry tooemit so las
Ws yes hsp aYOr mer. bowels sad
ssmae 1 in a healthy sad active con-
ditiMs yo weat got scek. Mallard's
tm'abe rlieves eosstlpatios. iactive
&W 0 ad all t*Mh and bowel trous
him. Sew by W. M. Johasos.

To Wham It May Cocern: This is
Satity all permms who may be inter-
uteod. Mt us the 16th day of Vebru
M1.. A. Da 9. I sold all my liautrest
in the bu esaH of B. P. Child A& C'un
Pay at Newberry. Aachua countyy. t
I. P. Chi who has assumed all th,
aludbtedaas of the said ri All per
sas haviag claims agalnat the baid
B. P. Childs & Company ill present
te Same to i. P Childl. New berry.
lsrida. A 11 DEVANI.

Geod LiimenOL
You will hneat a ood ahilet b-fort
you Mad a preparaU& u that is equal
to Chambsrlain's Li nimel t as a curt*
for meuscwar and rheumatic pals. tor
the cure of sprains aud surfuess of the
maclies. It is equally valuable for
lame back and all deep-satesd auueu
thr patls 16 and W 0b-cut isev for
s Ie by all druagisUt


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Within 0fert While Will Have Plans


lhw Meint

Cooked Meet

Cheam and Nut
Em it chop*
ColMh or flne.

Already spen eFor.

H. A. Pickett of Jonsvllle was In
the city Friday. When seen by a re-
porter of The Sun and asked in r. f-
eresce to the new building upon a which
work will commence within a short
while. aid that he was yet undecided
as to what same structure be will have
recteds o the lot.
He has already received application
for the retail of two of the stores.
sad Is of the opinion that it will be
emesear y to erect a hamdsome two.
story struetare. but this will largely
depd spas the esoragemst re-
ewived from parties that move ta this
dirwetki by the time the work on
the Ooverament balMltg has been
This mew balMiag of Mr. Pickett's
will be about the o ly real large bd--
ess building that will adjoin this
valuable property, for the price that
to asked for other property will lkely
make it remain In the hands of the
preset owners for some time to come.
The work on the Ptickett buildings
will commence with a shabort while.
as be proposes to at osee have the
plas drawn, and will then be In a
pealtlom to receive bids from the con-
WALDO. March 26.-Mrs. Weeks.
whose husband. Joel T. Weeks, died
sometime ago, is quite ill, but better
than she was. N Is Emma Entensa
is attending her (under Dr. lkorTiug as
trade O. B. Wee. but
Mrs. 0. B. Weeks Is 10 but Improv-

Coductor Marks- s recovering from
a spell of fever.
Horace Ross, a conductor on the 8.
A. L. Is at home here sick.
Charles McKlJney has bedded out
Ave thousand three hundred and
thirty (6.330) bushels of sweet pota-
toes with a good prospect of selling all
the sprouts produced by them from
the orders already received with the
money accompanying the orders.
I George Saxon of Hampton has rent-
ed a farm on the lake and will tr)
The Woman's Home Mission So-
ciety is having a new wire fence
placed around the Methodist parson
age lot.
[Dr. P. D. Hicks. formerly here but
now ia Georgia. lost his dental out
fit by fre recently without Insurance
The Pythian Sisters have au enter
tainment tomight at which ex-
cellent refreshments will be served.
the occasion being the eighth annl-
versary of their organisation.
J. L. Winter is remodeling the front
of his residence, which adds very
much to its good looks. Contractor
frank Jolly is doing the work.
Rev. W. M. Push has received the
Anal papers granting a divorce from
his wife. whom he married Ave years
ago at Melrose when she was Mrs.
Jake Kinard has established a black-
smith shop at his home. and does
manufacturing of wagon?. and buggile
and general repairing including
plows. chairs. etc., which is a great
convenience to our people
0 I. Weeks i* furniiahlitK a lights,
from his plant to all who want them
He has donated a brilliant I.0tIt ;it t .
pOstoffice. for ahich lhe has the
thanks of the public
John IP Kutensa. one of our ci'tar
ialnuufauturetrs, I. 1usakisg ithe< chickeli
bu:inesPs a bide lirru'

A Pleasant Physic.
When )uu sant a ild.alat it pjhy)il
sie CChamberlalin'* ttoiuach and
I.T-r Table-ts a trial 1The yare ilId
and gentle in thlir action and alai),.
produce a |ilea*aajt cathartic effc'ct
Call at an)r drug store fur a sample.

(Or.tanie d KgiArpefrutll tie- a. at
itoni'ltiad l.o< |, ut on a lArKi,
ailousat of n A Kroiialih andl blhiMIa hiid
llndli(at lhol .i( s la Lbl for a big
Vole)> Honey and Tar cures coughs
quickly, strengthen the lungu and ex
palo colds. Get the genulne In a yel-
low package J. W McCollum & Co.


Made for the Work-R-ems

The good-u ill, kindest regards and Ibst wish-
es of each (ifiwer and director of the Blank,
and Iou will always find a cordial welcome ill
our banking rooms.

Make our place headquartero-e.very tonve-
nience afforded to make our place pleasant
and agreeable to those who call to see us.

'THIF NE It L ARl. --

Let Us Keep Your Books for You
[JejouitV ursi.'a.'y~ t

epol it v ur .oim y I -,,,I
ave 3 ou trouI!& aaIp y..r
Phlifer Bros.

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Groceries aid Grain
'T(O'THE TRlt. lE ()I. V

No rder TOO Large


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We want to show you in this short, but honest and reasonable
how and why S. S. S. cure Old Sores. We do not claimthat S. S.
works wonders, but we do know It wil cure sos and ulcers, ad M
record of oMy yaWs paSt mdaady es this condence.
Any old sore shows an unhealthy and impure condition of d
Mood. It i a diseased condition of oAe esha at thst particular
caused and kept inflamed and irritated by a continual discharge
it of unhealthy miner hIm the circulation. In various ways the
becomes contaminiated and
polluted. A long spelBof feAv a N U- --A- a weem .
er, or other sickness, breeds I UanMUm.S %'MySWafh
diseaseogerms in the system; -ait e '
the allure of nature'o elimCU- at ."~u_ o
native membeS to remove the 1 s I n@m ge

Otn body,- t~ eexc M e use of r -fta M
minerals In ertai d diseases e I Mi"a
infected oMn s bland S Aand us me -a a
stings of insects, tc., all con- A v SL t. zm. mna.
tamnaee thew ood with mor- -
bid q-eprand germ. whiO I NOUS- mVO
sooneraor-eser maiottheIr a ra
presence by e or
which MR S ood e ndr m era s '
the ordinary treatment of o- asms
clo applMcatiomI asNo
External treatment can nev- d Am. C-0.

because it does not the I w sS
bood. Theplacewinlremain S hSa iSg pad
opens long as it is used a a tB* W.-A.""
drainage for he impurity s eMos RO Mn r mrts
which is in the Nood, and in Waam S. c.
addition to the worry and pos usf" ahmretinith
anxiety caused by an old sore, mW WOvOIS Wause""ndbf
there is always danger of itsd iin r = d Oe Mot hiesp,.
Becoming cancerous, if a cure b e. a B. a. :. wL a mma
s not effected. Purify the psriy .st a~. a. manm.
blood, and nourish the flesh
with a rich, healthy circulalon, and mthen the place will heal of is
own accord.
S. S. S. cures old sores y removing the causes which produ
them. It goes down into the circulation, drives out all impurities a l
poisons, and by nourishing the flesh with rich, pure blood causes do
place to heal naturally and permanently. S. S S. does not make a s.
face cure, but, being the greatest of al blood purners, it begins at 6
bottom and by rebuilding broken down tisue, and sauplying healthful,
healing qualities to the circulation, causes the place to an in with kr,
healthy flesh, while it steadily but surely remves the cause and effec
a permanent cure. The sore cannot remain when the blood is put,
and S. S. S. wiB thoroughly purify the blood. Book on Sores &aW
UlIcers and any medical advice free to al who write.
S. S. S. is for sale at Ll drug stores.


I loob" sor






Gets Wefsted In Attempt
i Asuane Tee Much Central
of Property.

Commissioners have been
esgaged recently In the prepa-
i their annual report, which is
i e year ended March 1. 1M.
Sport isa now In the hands of
ir ad wil be ready for dis-
IN the course of the next ten
This report contains a resume
tsts and doings of the police for
year, the rules and regulations
for the government of the
of the State, tariffs showing
j ad passenger rates prescrib-
a te various railroads, and other
that shoulMd be of Inaterest
psrs throughout the State.
FqO of this report will be sent to
upon request.
Uisaloner Bitch hasa Just re-
bMd t Clearwater., la., where
"gat to Investigate a complaint
M u--B depot faeillues.
mI ssued an order
amending the freight classifl-
s that knaocked-down vege-
Sarriers will take the same rate

was had by the Commis-
slm lost Tueeday with C. L.
viegpresldent of the Southern
s Company. relative to the rates
it s and vegetables from Florida
8 points to points south of the
tM Potomac rivers. The Com.
umus ware endeavorinag to secure
; uMs *In the rates between the
OW- named in oeder that fruit and
g M shippers la Florida may in-
|gi-- their markets and prevent the
Ow mrding of markets in the East-
S -and Western citie.
I ioe lasth Inst. the C 'sp.tmlan-
W Ieard the oadtals of the Florida
,St Coast railway relative to the con-
*1-m1n oef depots at Naranja and
MW f and reLtive to the establish-
0of at agency at White City.
0M*missioer* s have not yet
S as a decision in the cases.
S~s remqest of the Uve Oak Board
STde a supplemental order has
made ina the ease of the eoatrue-
SOI f a unaok depot at that point
1 umpplmental order simply
IGsM the location of the depot U8
I$1. ist understood that the work
i la eamtructlio of this depot will
to iled in f fteen or twenty days.
S1 auditors who have been at Tal-
UNID for some time preparing data
40 -hatlastte the position of the
t411 on to the L a N. passenger
BI uaa have gone to Pensacola to
a me further InvestiUation into
Sbeooks of the railroad company.
-. L C. Massey. counsel for the
mmlsBlon, has Just returned from
N-eosa. While there he endeavor-
M is arrange for an early hearing
of ae Commissioners side of the L.
M. R. R. passenger rate case. but
aI a hearing could not be had un-
MI the month of April. It seems
it the State courts are holding their
4W8 terms at this season, which
kifres greatly with other business
ibe of those courts. The passen-
Mrast eCa is pending In the Unlted
I court. This case has been drag-
-I r several years, owing to want
f aias to procure the necessary

b ommy until the last Legislature.
h ae missiloners nave been making
i Aough examination of the case.
0i have been collecting testimony
S' aoe than a year They are anx-



tmy, Fed aMd Sale

Davi Oliver....

Davis & Oliver

Many a Gaineeville Citizen Finds the
Otruggle Hard.
With a hack constantly) aching.
With distressing urinary disordecri.
ltally .-xttistnct Is but a struggle.
No need to keelo it up.
IkMln' Kidney Pills will cure you.
Gainesviille people endorse this
Mrs. Ells. Ratherree. 201 W. Me-
C'ormktk street, Gainesville, Fla.. says:
For years I suffered from dragging
pains in my back, often so severely
that I could not move. The secre-
tions from my kidneys were also Ir-
regular in passage and caused me
further annoyance. Any cold I con-
tracted aggravated my trbtuble and at
surh times I was in misery. A friend
finally advised me to try Doan's Kid
ney Pill.4 and I did so. The fiArt few
doses gave me relief and when I had
taken the contents of one box. the
palma disappeared anad my kidneys be-
came normal. Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me and I am glad to give them
the credit"
For sale by all dealers. Price 5M
cents. Poster-M lburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole parents for the United
Remember the name-Doan's-aad
take no other.

Ios to have this loadrawn-out mat-
ter disposed of., as they feel conidemt
that upon the whole case the court
will be warranted In dissolving the In-
Junction and In ordering the operation
of the three-cent-per-mile rate.
The supreme court on Tueeday usa-
talned the Commission's authority un-
der the law to compel connecting rail-
roads to make reasonable connections
at Junction points. The Florida East
Coast Railway had been ordered by
the Commission to make connection
with the Atlantic Coast Une at
Orange City Junction and lantord.
and for several years obeyed the or-
der. Recently It broke the connection.
denying the right of the CeO-"Mslop
to control the operation of its road.
The case will doubtless be heard
On the same day the same court
decided that the Railroad Commission
law did not give the Cen--ssaoners
a right to make railroad companies re-
port wrecks on their lines. For some
time past a rule has been la force re-
quiring railroads to report the causes
of wrecks, the amount of damage done
to equipment and track, and the per-
sons killed or Injured. The Lwmlsville
& Nashville R. R. claimed the rule
was Invalid, and Its position has been
sustained. The Commissioners deem
these reports as very necessary, and
hope the requisite authority to pro-
cure them will be given by the Leg-*

Pref. H. A. Howell, of Havana, Cuba,
Reoemmends Chamhertaia'a
Cough 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-
lailn's Cough Remedy. and that only,
hav-d the life of our dear little boy"
Vor sale by all drugsists

Ntuctit. ir hereby gi%,-en that the firm
tof Martin liro, doing builne-'.s at
WVileo. Florida hasi bt -e di sbsl'ed
I, N .tMartlli hlia, ithdras rn from held
firun All i d ill b tw paid b J 11
Mart in ands all ciila ia usiu-t be*" iaid
I,0 11 1ia

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.my thee '..r .el tb-yuay s Ije1dl
oonstUpated 1g ft % d ta f r mi sid wam,
in awl UI *,.iiata I po".bliss
(f FA t!i h lilt)I xIi S I'Ol~ tb
& it rhi, it e14.tlit f r a a
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Dr. 0. A. Nunnally, Preeldent of Ce-
lumbia Celtege, to Deliver Ad-
dress n Edueestlen.

The tweuty-sixth anU(ual celebration
of the founding of the laCrosse Bap-
tist Sunday school will be held with
4he church at that place on the first
Sunday In April and a grand time
is promised, as on all such former oc-
Capt. H. C. Partner, the founder of
this school. and who has taken a great
pride nla Its maintenance, was here
yesterday and informed the reporter
that this would ecllpee all former
celebrations of this kind. and be wat-
ed to see all of the sunday schools
Join them inla having a day that mcou
lons be remembered.
A lengthy and latereesting proram
has been arranged for the oucado
consisting of male and reeItabtam .
which will be added to by addresses
by the superintendent aad others. A
special feature will be the address of
bDr. t. A. Nunmally. president of Co(
lumbla College of Lake Ctty, who will
be present and address the school n
**Christian Education."
There will be services ain the morn-
nlg at 11 o'clock, which will be follow-
ed by an elegant baket dinner erv-
ed near the church, and all are asked
to come and bring well-Iled baskets.
Following the dinner the exerclaes
for the Sunday school will commence
promptly at 2:39 o'clock and will con-
tinne for some time.
As already stated, this wll be the
twenty-sixth anniversary of the Sun-
day school and the ftoumnder, Capt.
Parker. has the record of being its
superintendent twenty-four years of
this time.
A general invitation Is extended to
all of the Sunday schools to come aad
enjoy the day sad Joine I the exer-
cises as much as possible.

A Relgleus Autheos as mene.
Rev. Joseph H. Feosplma .f e-
bury, N. C., who is the author of asev-
eral bhoks, writes: "FTr several year
I was ailetd with kidney troMe and
Lut winter I was sddenly sirihim
with a severepai a my kides and
was confined to bed eight days uwnls
to get up without aasstal e. My
artIe contained a thick wMhte s
meant and I Pa s edrma gently
day ad alght. I o eced taking
roley's Kidney Remedy. an the pain
gradually abated ad aAally mcaed
and my urise became normal. I cheer-
fully recommend Poley's Kidney Rem-
edy. J. W. MeCollam & Co.

Hague SeheeI ClOsem
HAGUE, March 26.-On Friday. 19th
Inst., Hague school closed. The schol-
ar gave Miss Price a ash fry and
the day was spent in a most pleasant
way. School adjourned at 10 o'clock
and the pupils and teacher went down
to a cool and shady spot about a half-
mile from the school house called
"Lover's Retreat." where they were
met by the patrons and friends. All
enjoyed the fash fry and at 2 o'clock
dinner was announced. After dinner
the exercises were taken up. and the
children did well. Missa Price staid
over for services Sunday and Sunday
night, and the good-byes made all
hearts sad. Some of her pupils could
not keep the tears back. Miss Price
left Monday for Galneavlle on busia-
People are having rain sufficient to
plant their crops. Everybody is tak
Ing advantage of the good seasons,

and young vegetables are looking flue
at present.

For DisaOes of the Skin.
Nearly all diseases of the skin such
as tasenar. better, salt rheum and bar.
tb-rs' itch, are characterized by an in-
telIbe Itching and smarting, which of-
ten makes life a burden and disturbs
bleep and rest Quick relief may be
had b) apij Chamberlain's Baile
it alla),y the ibching and smarting al
fimoat illstalitly Many cases have
|M'ti curtr d b) Its ube Fur sale by
Mil druggKirt

Ketep )ouu( :.e on the sant ads
There may te hionmethling ad'erttruil
Shiihb i, of Iuterest to you.

ubstrib. for The Sun a d vote wor
your choice la the pae emt

Some wo-en retain their beauty to an admv
age. But women, who peulary endure p
rapidly, for muffrlzfg leaves if Ilg rnto
Nearly I women snow or mIe wl a
foam ao female trouble. It should ot be M
I&Void the pain-treat o elf at hm by
Oardul, as t- ind t o other womas a s
Begin at cm. and give ard" a hir trfL


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Sums of One Dollar and upwad wl- be
received on deposit in thU depaa'-
Interest at the rate of 4 per et p imur.



Do You Do Any?

If not, why not mt an mount with nowT ioW
Federal Banking Laws make enay iorehoiat
this bank liable to its depothos Mr twis the
of stock owned. Add to thdh the --- t elw
affairs by our efficient officeOM and direI a th
regular speeUon by the Naona Bank m

II u-ud bl
and you can feel secure in pal y au

The Int Ibtiml W of Alh

Established in 1881

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The Altmayer & Flatau Liquor
7. ft ,8 734, 7M West Bay Street


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nm aohm eM42 b b oamy circlet of diamds thaUt adorn-
dp uo thae dhe besf a as t ed her hair had not been displaced.
ashe to s md h h The Lortllardsa hae lived at the
as w y yea a HiUyer place nlace January I'xme-
diately precediug that tue Mrs. .urll-

Fr Trht Ysemy FIqs"

Mae i lb spis of Ills. We bha a large supply of
Sam&d of all &M mw ald nkft op. On-hetra as d
DId pe, Vam.lViltm d & Rube "edw.
OoM ioha and ear "Josh Wuatlierty andi tl .ail-
r," ao of iw etw AMBEBOL KECl)RIWm that play
lour mni1. A lagih from Inginniug to ruIl a dl
eah wwd der and dimant.


. H. Coles & Son

Cbca :-: Gainesville

lard was in Europe
Mrs. Lorillard, before her marriage
In Ikl. was Miss Carolina J Hamil.
too. She is survived by two sons. one
of bhom is now traveling in the
Orient and the other is in college in
New York.
Invitations %ere' wunt out for a
luticheou Thurbda) at the Lortilard
home, but arre recalled nauiediatel>.




--b IIbtL After An vfea--g of o yety, Wealthy
Wonme Io Pound Dead in Her
IW lDu LJWae Home,

paW 6 f to Dep Wym md WASHINGTON, D. C, March 25.-
P- ase s Ist of what I owl nw Weary of the ay whirl of society ard
M to d ml -MO at er mys will bee to tbeo, she believed. wi .i
i iW *r be am. years physal smeria. Mrs. Pier.
t Or was m ay re LorldtC Jrd Jr aed 49, wvfeof t1e
be" -asosm mde seei ilm oset s o- mamate. mitted sulde
: l*bunm my e r am me, but Mb t a phytlaetm at her bom mnea the
I M thP to ame a ll trial, whe I Mo-lba wh t DeClM ian this
M r t'c Ib te rvat" eity TTherday. Hlw tragle datk has
wal O Sft lervuw^ f 61 w10l o ft s ea the bat mifmi cirles of the
aid ml tooa" popems the m empital as ha. mething elm* e years.
al ft Vm iear pb- to he- pe at the ernemr' ertlmwte
We a er my a moe wdie r at ofdeath by sulce,, members at the
be 11 0 1 6 1 e bas rs. ba e -- W TI0 Mrs. !-mrllard
N B -n pere m are we e M at heart % M. e dat ywas
S b th e wIS asam a made mi e dem snle Io te btet of Its
It me t b rer baK Ma the O eease oe n a ew hes aters Mr.
Wms on r nal reat week. e Mrs. Iremrdb had bee the sets
,VO bs, who t a rnesa m to Mrs. f ead T wheemsd at a di-
1a e 6m, wNe a ent here md mar sgivels r bem r at Ldoy Pa
Ibe tow h e. ne it Imetk t IoKleve tlat"as seas
I et0 / VmI weeSId Mrs. lMueld remeed home shortly
ef at as mo hi to asslMeat. a ar r i n h00e began to prepare
11 a6011116 wMis at the prPO W rer death.
m6s t to So b &mser Plade t e t ea .
PamwI"to nmy 1v 1 aof At t 8:f ceek I the mormlg

elmNo" Wef tft utenr at s The origin
aat se ftme. was t0e1N to Mrs. L4ril
me mo at hber bee ms mUe that m apartmts.Opening the door
be Is hams, she, t we1ts too Bmot t bt room, justofd her ste.
*0mm mt wimh the buer mas w brried to behed the
"a soW w mmsee m -ew m eesido
Mw mmmm bnmgto4@a"l-bear of tahe mistress of th beern
K bepm, fts tot motmS ame".thdft eless. Her face was
am INn ho pe lyt at e s o mtes e mhmt em the soor.

ONd-,j Ng TheMe,&0=nhis rtu-emin oss the ha.ll.
a-mma n" y -appa- H M..... "..
W inatw3 th emm onw to Mrs. AorllMlrdP rom. Mr. ILor-
a leltri saotrnted to revive his vile by
Mieg a nmby aMr. Kelle, who is om- ated to. hs ratis Two b
eR Ve e t eig U wi mder to ee of ai l a tla. Two
am We genap" sohe Md -a ide aue o emammi reointd to every
daf- N~ meI ret whoh mighe e mar g method to rento life, but
swim 2~. 111.. spmo o n after amhour'* Ionto save up in di-
We -of t e he 5s
Ssas e Shertly aferward or. J. amse-my
aiat smm s ei ~ Nevit, ath e emr, violted the Lmri-
____ Mlrd borsn ml mioder theputy Co-
Aat l"a aGMommasa e i Messek to perfem a Sautopy.
MA w ad. we po UP= eo -ralp*-n of which Dr. Nevitt
tosue4 a e I~este of death by mSl-
ie hI Na pole ming. He uid later
Sthat s w pl a w pine-h fr e* or
m woe jots o thi bot Nsen whe mtho
bode was. e a red, sl ebat theo
former s 4,* Do gamm ofa oea t

fE -em Utefebe t as beingon.tal -
be b the ier mard eamila and nall
Sm ethers who p hes1 m uatleo o.
i ea m"seeu a at e .d.thea e6dd. death. Only a few
agage. 4 of th e ehiSif tfrimesds have bee n
-o a-ern.e. ieee met M a dmlt, the hmoi aieee the uew

Stofqlsp bnhah Inquiry at th reeldesce met with
ImitNotoy Mr. MSnr made his way the dec4lratsm that Mrs. LorUlard had
rd Mar. Padeep* but several Der mot ommulttd matcide. "She died of
ems membs stepped him befor heart falluro," retorted the servant.
be i -~eek -~--homer. Mrs. Irtltord left a not, which tho
Ma. hudmey brlMbly spologled eeonser has sees, but which Mr. Lorir-
to Me DiO e ho the proeaity ml ird has decaled to have made public.
mad Wet If he had esmded the ge.- Mrn. Lrllard was subject to frequent
iem bern Mimimgghe mos hum attacks of deepoadescy. it is maid.
bdy ....... U- added, however, Was Adoered With DIamends.
that Ma. Pi eaM met my' that his Mrs. Isrillard had disrobed alter ar.
im was a member at the lumber giving home and when found her body
was clothed in a dressing own. The
Mr. Dyr them ouptodog collar of diamonds she wore at
met his totemtlm to make sash a the dinner had been removed before
she west to the bath room. but the

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| MKLROGK March 27.-Te Melrose
seaso tI about over and t he desu
of the winter r edets mad visitors
as beam a d by the middle of April
tho lst will beo am their way home.
Mr. C. P. Hufama reports having had
a very atlslatory season the hotel
having been well-ed.
Real estate hae bee quite active
lately. A. E. Persall, We ehed, N. J..
booilag the owner of a lot formerly
o d by P. W. Tolles, ad J. Gardaer,
Atiata. Ga., has bought the J. Me-
OrWor property. His arrival is ez-
pected ses. Other deals are stim

LUtle Mad Coward celebrated her
seventh birthday as Moday by a very
joey party.
Mr. amd Mrs. J. H. Bors and daugh-
tor of PlAsbwr ft, were the umes
of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Waters on
Prof. H. H. Halmh, Olem St Mary,
and Dr. J. B. Curtis were I town at-
urday. The Professor was mach
pleased with Meltrose and the many
pretty yards surrounding the cottages.
Mrs. E. J. Whitehead entertained a
number of friends very pleasantly at
cards at the Ladles' Hall on Monday
The Item in The Ti.nee-nUnia
"Bhort Talks" of March 20th concern-
Ing the safety of school buildings its
the Melrose school exactly. It is to
be hoped that something will be done
before the next session. and before
the long-expected trouble happens.
The good work by cutting down all
the umbrella and chinaberry trees is
still going on It is to be wished that
all owners of such trees would follow
the good example and thereby help
to stop the whitefly from injuring the
orange trees.

Pensacola has a few citizens who
banker for the. sweti, of office. Eilgb
tyv-one names will a5ipiNar on the bal.
loafor the first |iriuar)

TheF Vall.- murder irial In Mianil
canI>' toi an abri niit *.ii Thurbday Ion
ac.'ouln t of FaXll- beltri t.o) ill tu lbt. il
cuuI t

largest ihipmewsa. of cvlter' &rv tbe John 1 ) Tranimat-ielhan ee..aelect,.d
lang iwit4t. froman 'b'ICiee 't) *-tio" hla 1ii'le r a i rvioma Clt umI ( ti)t
than ftemt-ijflMo civar. hn% ilila t iill tha uie~ t'riai ifEt 1; sFort
r.11ij1jb..ei outatduring Ithe par-tteatcuduatiu

A tii j; itUtt liiW AlkV(I 11114)OWtie roan! The fir..t irinuatr% f,er the. aauaailA~
)arut of aL~aea i e tIeI 'twieiaa, aicia 4feli te r.- tala -'a~11
ait l'err). n 1 a t* UI .IWtfkillf.Il.. it I %I i ) 1111 b#.111(l ho ecd M.j ti
i lit, tioga mi A d mie j. iarl tolie
I 11itatt Kuoal lbaltuliistt n~
81 l'eturs-burig harn %wed '114 nItA 4 m.t11,4116" a W 1iI ~ ,
bmunting tbh i t yf- ,is, 1-. "1 thalkitAbefoema 5 .nejj

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Elea Alma Femell and Mi M
SeswmBet b Reselved Big Via
Yesterday In Plane Centet.

orm nmdaD's ally Sm:
As the pa o otest. draws uar
eloe Interest is increasnla every
A big vote was poled Friday mt
larger ome saturday.
De't fall to get your votes -B
'th yo purchase anything frm
Ganlaeville Hardware Co., Hyde b
Tech or Phifr Bres. If you 5
'a aseeost at may of the aboveeawa
places, geat your votes and give 60
to your favorite candidate. SubsetI
to The Sun and get votes also.
Following Is the standing of 1
Mis Dorian Ills, city ...... .1,4l
Mlm Besslie Depree, city ..... 1.5s6M.
Mia Catherine Halle. city ....1.2104
Miss P orrie Strickland...... 4J3S
Miss M. Daaghtrey. city ..... 24LIZ
MIS Mary MeCormick. city.. MU
Miss Alma Fennell. city....... 54
Miss Nannie Dicklasom. city.. 7U.
Miss Mabel Sanebes, city .... .WO
Miss Julia Carter, city ...... 5.U4
Miss A. Groff. Newberry..... 3.0
Miss Estelle Beal, city....... 3&J
Miss Jessie Evans, city.. .... 31J.
Miss A. trickland. Waldo.. 310J'
Miss Emma Hudson. city.... 24,
Miss Annie Beville........ !
Miss Elvena Stf. WV.ldu ... 16
Mrs. I. Ware. High 8prings.. 1.j
Miss Goldie Lambert, city.... I
Miss LisZe Sheppard. Bell... &4.0
MiM K. Carltoa. Micanopy... 6SJ
Mrs. A. W. Sargent ......... .4
Miss M. ernandes. city..... 40
Miss Mary Tbhigpin. city...... 3.1
Miss L Sanders. llauthorn .. 3.
Miss Ruby Albright ......... 3.1

Rear Admiral liutlhin~omn i I' Oho has juat returned Irom a trip
around the world %ith the" fl. t I- 09
S 'iit to hii plare'its .A lWbl h
SijringM. -
Maudt.. Da i- a ,tuiiK "l,&I

hiour .'l. ,la d ii ,a t. ti r tk rt
firm f |ill,, : t .l

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Iho ZM TonMan wAlwsys Dsqtbto Mwhih ash
lam ww-90 ye% km berm de dgmatmu d
~~ mad has bee. ma ude warbhi
momsmap"r tIm elm.. ts
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d NY e and er.

y. 1we.Week sum a8 a yer;
s.OL;t SingleoWlee. I&
Ial ad ametoo 16 ants a
t"e *nt ad i santso t Zr eba
Semts f tor three,.
S isalathe at special rate.
^f an Dsv evoea theater

S- ouw CkwllfLeI.L
Sao t TaheMpi i a si t

| ers tode to ne whe r the
I"' oe TMe Amtla (i e)
|d g s l Thte rAithm ( ta.)
e.Wres J_ -* yew L M

Seot day y Tweaei-W rue y
Onafstbsmase aerel wi..t the

he utog 6rm.tinh@ wt ether the
m r ie b Ias e r t to
*M te maty s a l ot a oethat.
Me echartery mresas atr rhaoctbru

UperlsM to istraned whether theh

So salestisse@t% entirely with the

A th los run that which make
or pYi o a national life ins ot
wiMh. or social position, but char-
sMto. Welth, wslesW it is wisely di-
gst"d, breeds efeminacy, weakness
d meral disease, as the history of
m- any entries abundantly proves.
INt sharoer mans a strong, robust
md maturing life.

iprmhave Is ma education which
.g*ghleto that which nearly every-
e rueives at school In early days.
o value o each tos determined by
ftom wsmade of It. ome people sem
Mem to preft, while others constantly
"lt howiedge ad wisdom, with the
Mlt dtht the sphere of their utafl-
agesmsad losses"e steadily advances.

CllMr have as muck right to be
SWes t aesed a to be well bora. Yet
o. wM masy parents the Idea of ach
SSaMhf to Malted to a year or two of
, eMaMag. while their moral welfare is
1 t egleAded ta the least. To allow
dMMen f alU icee to rMa the streets
t da hours sad form all kinds of
| maesolus. Is one of the surest ways
d rhatang them

I' The popularity ia some quarters of
NVe ain which the Iaslome dance is
- Of ef the consplcmous features does
st Indicat, a fondness for history nor
an aipreelation of art. Rather does it
onW en the part of thoee who patron-
At theum a debased taste and a crav-
haI Ior the oesational, and on the
Mit of the performers a willingness to
d iad* themselves for the sake of
mniriety ad the money they may

Shmetlmee at sea when a veasel is
Iabled other vessels pass her giving
Sheed to her signals of distressu.
t keo M vessel ultimately soes to her
0 iainace and perhaps tows her into

"tt. In life selfsh men pass the
aretamate by and bestow no thought
s- their condition. Yet. after all.
60 wOrld is full of unselAsh aud help-
6 Mo ls that delight to do good to
t" r. sad that fact should make us
tllstiUc as to life and humanity.

Should there be uo apiial taken
6M the verdict rendered lit the casM-"
e Owen, the mal couiiicted of niur
6W in the firkt degr .e Friday., hitl
O ecUtioU will bt- th. fr i of a lt-iial
rtarO (to occur in Alachua co(un4 It
8 y >)-arb. iali the f lr.-t h 'l itialli



Lucle. and giving It a representative
In the assembly, thus Increasing the
total to one hundred and one. It Is
evident, therefore, that the pre: ent
Legislature is not a strictly coustinu-
tonal body. Its number being iu e .-
cefs of what It should be.
"Any attempt at reapportionment
under the present status must, neces-
sarily, either inflict a wrong upon the
more populous sections of the State
by restricting their representatlo, or
else. by further Iaereasmlg the mum
her of legislators annul the basic law
to a still more dangerous extent.
"Neither of these alternatives Is
right or proper. The only way out of
the dilemma will be to submit to the
people an amendment to the constltu-
tom providing a change In the present
method of selecting Senators and Rep-
resentativee aad a plab to Increase
their number by legislative action
when necessary to meet the require-
ments of a growing population.
"The people of Florida have given
tacit eoaseat to the violation of the
constitution by the Increase of the
Legislature rendered aeceseary by the
creation of St. Luie county-for un-
der the constitution no county may
exist without ome representative. But
It is time to draw a line and prevent
any further Infraction ofthe basic law.
It should be made clear to the Legis-
lature that there shall be no further
addition to its membership until the
constitution shall have bees ameded
so as to allow It To attet suah
an Increase by the creation of new
counties would clearly be illegal ad
any enactment in that direction would
doubtless be vetoed by the Governor.
"County divisol,n then, by the pres-
eat Legislature, can scarcely be es-
pected at any of the points where It
is desired uaness preceded or acmom-
paaied by reapportloament, which ean-
not be made Justly as things now are.
And It looks very much as though the
ouatle desiring division must eant
until the eosstltution may be amended
in a way to equal e represetatloa in
the Legislature."


Several weeks ago the shtriffof -
ca m omaty announced that he pro-
posed to enforce every law upon the
statute books with reference to the
observanee of Sunday.
This meant that be would not only
put a stop to all forms of petty traffic
on that day. but that he would put an
end to the running of trains, the load-
ing of ships, the manufacturing of ice.
the operating of street car lines, and
other Industries which under modern
conditions have come to be looked
upon as necessities on every day of
the week.
But Pensacola has seen the futility
of trying to enforce antequated and
obsolete blue laws, and has quit
The city. the sheriff and the people
have seen the uselessness of trying
to put an end to modern conditions
and turning back the hands on the
clock of time.
The reaction has come. as come It
must. and Pensacola. according to ad-
vices sent out by the wire, is as wide
open as ever It was.
The thirt>) Pensacolan can get his
soda water on Sunday. He may even
purchase a cigar ou that day, or buy
a newsipalp-r
Pleasure boats a ith happy excur-
sioliists olne wore ply the %aters of
the ha), and on lalt Sunda. .o it is
said. there s ere to crackinK gtoxl
gauMes of la.tbalil played on the
holtnie groiuniis
It wa. .<,.r tlhu. 1shen1i lh, i I, tdi
lu li lh, 1th r y -..l.l lo

mer haaag l ha ig.t~Ii' t fuIII lieil
Yb. eur toi-d bor l mrt 9 Ia, iis( iio I i ll ulijill &Ij I MI%'1% 11411,14 -1 111,,

(mxur li~r s. %,.- iil.11 ,t i t, 1i161111 A 1,61.4 1, -1ld F ".1..a1.a1.l1 0)(4 iii ila la 'g

jmery tr 'if %% if%~, w l .t I. II j r-ai41114. fri il l t e' f .4fi a llt
S lU e() l 2 llt' 'AAMI i 9,. llilio r i j.tammo U2 ti~lp w t


"So far as the reapportionment of
representation ia the Florida l-,i--
lature Is, emcerned under the pres w'nt'
eonstltutkoal iprovislo.." says The
Pensacola Journal, "It must b' ren'g-
alPed that the State's lawmakers sill,
have a task almost Iniipossibl of lu.r-
fornmance. In lM,45 when the law r<-
quired this rapio)rtionnint to b,-
made, nothing was done, and the prom
vision of the constitution limiting to
one hundred the number of legislators
In the upper and lower houses com-n.
blued was deliberately set at nauxht
by the creation of a new county. St

Alcohol to Children

Ask your doctor how often he prescribeS an" alohoc
U-lunt for chidren. He w probably say, "Vet very
relly. Ch4dren do not need timulating." AA him
Nw often he prNecribes a tonic for them He wI prob-
ably anwr, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him
about Ayers nonacohoic Sarmp a ton ic thefrw
vo. FoAow ht advice. He knowt. C ~rC..i.L.MCMi

lube sped-N. fe( v-mm-son* of as bmh. Aum&
lb bo met 9& "mThen No bdodApsers Mbidd Owmy -~p


Smvamah Market Ruled Quiet Past
Wekl With Narrow Demaond
SAVANNAH. Ga., March 27.-The
market for Sea Islands ruled quiet to
dull with a narrow demand, and closed
quiet and easier. Prices were un-
chanced from the week before, and a
good part of the light salee represent-
ed shipments of cotton previously
The final report o iannlng showed
a total of 93,848 bales, agalast "4.895
last year. The total for the present
year was meoewhat larer thMa gen-
erally expected.
Sales for the week were 211 balme.
The folowIng prices were based on

factor' quotations ad are
weekly on Fridays:
Pancy Fli da ...........1t
Fancy Georgas ........... lS
E. ebhlee Pe's............IT 1
Ix. choice Georgas ........IT
Choice Oa's and PW's ..... .IS
EL. fnte a's. and Fla's... .14
Plne Ga's. and Fla's....... 12
Com. Ga's. and Fa's. .......10

CHARLEBTON, 8. C., March
Sea Island market quiet; Ite.
fully fine, 12; extra Soe, 23c.





To the Voters of the Cty m of Gea
I am a candidate or Cty Marshal.
hr re-lection an Aprl 1. Ib have
served the ople aithfully and e
deetly, nsght and day, ad mWy record
is opeM h orimapeeum.
If my service dutng the past year
has beem e tisatorh y I ask the sp
port and vote of each and every eit
sem who is qutled. I ea oaly
promise the same service as I have
eCdeavored to give tn the pust.
Yewaush ordw.

I ft tme meod Of iMn 8 e
public that J am a andidaMte or City
Marshal at the deelo to be bhed m
April 1i, 1i9r. I resp-tfuiy egttot
the support of at av t
of party a12 a0m. e ad premieai
itHauny ao f lmrueu 0H Ab
he dutle9 d f the esee heeuM i be
elected. eeatly,

To the Voters of the City of Gaies
I respectfully annouee myself a
candidate for City Tax Amssesr for
the year 190. Having been Tax As
sesar for tour years, I am fully pre-
pared to all the oake, as my record
will show, the city asseement hav-
tag been increased In that time from
a little over $O00000 to over $1.000,0
I was prevented from running for thUi
office last year on account of sickness
and now respectfully solicit your
votes. W. M. BRADFORD.

To the Voters of Gainaesville:
I hereby announce that I am a can-
didate for re-election to the office of
City Tax Assessor tor the year 190,.
In the election to be held on April the
13th. and most earnetly request you
all to give me your vote and support
for the position.
Thanking you for your past endorse-
moet, I remain Tours very truly,

With all due deference to our educae
torn and public school officials, ar,-
they nut going a little too far in ask-
ilu for the fund derived from the
hire- of cunvilcth? This money is now
ure'd for piayhia cu('oi of criuilii
lroi.scutiiin ansd (construction of harti
,iia Ili Alaschua county, uid to dl t.rt
it to Ihi' l s-imhil fund w would almiibl
II.t chi .tildilisiiial taxatloll on an lial
r, .1 1 tu l ld, il IM- I, I ,n lndl i t (Ie
I ..1 a111 *011ii it llodi l ll1d 4 I dI' lg opIl
Ifl (h, 1.l* dl ll dter I i s % |tl lipiK ltllf
1 iill. h a. l lax or $1 '* 11l

If it's printed stationery you want
The Sua ofce is the place to get It

Death f M,. A. S a
The many friends throughout this
section will be pained to kera of the
death ofat Capt. M. A. Starr, the e0-
etet nght yard mstter tor Hgh
Springs. His death om rr at th
company's hospital In Wayero eaad
was the rooeslt of oetinued rnes.
For many years Captaai Star he
one of the Important rus of the am-
pay but wa plaed b charge of i
yards when a large number of kaia
were taken of.

Faild to ba MU..
Deputy herIL. Marl an biled
to aft H. F.mKal theOyong whm
man who is wanted here a sham
fat asalt wib latest to hWd the p
master at WeeL. The Davl -M
authorities have dthe -mi se we ba
Ilg Uh.u, the*r e* M WB tvm dB e
Semmltted. The deomdft oed to
give o heo, hlh It was teht be
would fo, end whb ea-med Mb
Ramsey to seld or him.

With ill*-01" 161011.
tag the hor In the Whlme l
stables t is hardly to be suppe
tha the bemos "rfldng tests" Ist
toted by Mr. Roosevedt wlv otmoas
oto t e mo of the army e
r of ample proport s.
It is not at all Uely that the eo-
sumer, or that the p e -erally.
will abed any tears of rret over the
war between the stoel tret ad lade-
pendant -n"Wi. there
is m serious reduction a wges.



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dewamb easmonattmarmew

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b inu ahea* am*u
ka m htd s

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$Ua* ad avis bU"sommd e

No bsm a quie we* for
amlgm NinesMUMbaft ep rowaybe wa
fa Maeam to eeste uat othe
15 V SMM St & esledeMaple

maasommad hr* sampd tek no&
MAU" b~ths A awerethe

partIes rmI abidedmh
ft lamistowW4 ama eme
bIfmot hm h

wameb iS While's ee
~ i metlm we lhr

W UL Bohan&,

a S kiNSOM 1 eaph ed

nmps obeag Lagipap

a eey deise lo i ammsp m
a~ snwTV mNay m-d Tar not oaly
up thelsw bet beaske sad tresgt
- s e Imu sn that ma series re-
Win and be #sed. ,The emMe
os as mNw T r gesmtaims o
harm dma mdk is a yellow p k-
Reine ndshiita J. W. s.M-

o -O Nvi"g Imudiag improved.
C & A. Thras er Iso avlb g the
Ult d" Mba- whbare bi ntee are tsted
- emdedMrably improved. New steps
Sand pmeas are being added and
IL wham ted wk i completed the e-
lm aeaa me 5 o the building will


d.- o ImI*-A

Jowl mw3

Il aw ~rAurr


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-e,.m -

lto's Mes y T seas them sno
IaTt bt a a M-edy. agtalas
heert6 moot

|ir-rm> wit beambt Inastt
"mba o- te r yr's Hoa-
*y me T. J. a .. -- co.

Lest F Animal

The at Dary eterday
ket a very sne wbrb they had
recently import at a great cost
The animal died w what i. known
as 'tck" fever a ioag the rattle


-- -

Foley's Kidne9aedy will cure
y ca" of Otide bladde trouble
tiat is not eyr e reach of utmed
-ai. Curee e and irresularl
ts that I might result iu
Brbht's d diabetes J W
MeCttum &C

a muwmr al

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-MM. n- IL-Mim AnMe
po at W e ma lmaed bar aheel
bat bp e soee ebr eter In the o
abl tSe toihei is to ep. She
we pa at1sftltle. We feel
that we meoat s oeo meb offor er.
me is semo aa Sn ty tea.
r. bt ae s a Chrtesuan temcer.
ie Is a deve C hristm. and this
08=3M hr t aMldrAen tloea her
as mk o- m the coming of Joy
to amy eted h left a eweet
nary =bher. be will ever

ta We r 8athway is strewn
wai fam of Nbdaes med love for
o we* ad psact maead sympathy
ow the do-N a s amlomed her. May
e m lsw med wnver wh
OMa iee or sh dewms4erve ouW
- mloe sd e. May ve spedo
I h r merE a the sameof the
WM ft-td m o swestym serves.

Elkwood, Ala.. Dec. 14, I1O.
Dr KHmer & Co., Binhamton. N. Y.
Iear airs: I have derived such great
hbenest from the use of your remedy.
Swamp-Root, that I believe It to be
nmwt important for the pubhe to know
its worth. For the past ten years I
Iave been the moot miserable of men
Did not know what the trouble waR
but had to urniate very frequently
both day and nalht; was puffed up
generally. Could not sleep more than
a toulple of ours at a time. was great
ly ditress-d after eating a meal and
%a, a lmut worn out. I had tritd near-
ly v erythnug I could see advertised
and bear of. without helping me Ut
any great extent, until finally In Ocr
tober last at Ripan. Wis.. I purchased
a one-dollar bottle of Swamp-Root and
commenced taking it according to dl
rectams and I followed that with
another bottle and experienced such
gr at relief and benefit from same
that I purchased five dollars worth at
huntsville. Ala.. and continued ib
use and am now taking It. but in
smaller does and twice a day toin place
of four times a day, and believe by
the time present supply is used up I
will be entirely well. I am feeling bet-
ter now than for ten years past. anm
eat and sleep irt-class. in fact. I am
feeling so good that I emanot resist
telling you about It. Tou are at liber-
ty to publish this te tmonial should
you wish. Very respetfully.
THOB. STALLARD, U. 8. A.. Retired.
Box 7, LR. No. lkwood, Ala.

Dotha. Ala., Jan. 21. 19M.
Dr. Klmer & Co. Bishmton. N. Y.
Getlemes: About oem year ago two
of my hldre su ered badly from
weak hMi s and diabetes; their urno
was very Lad ad thoy w,. i have
oere spells of diaaleas, a..- werz-
al nrum daw in heal. I was )jat
abot dem-wnaed. I tried several
rmemles ml a aRly a doctor, but
they didM t Nm to Iaprove. I
knew t a friend vho was takig
SweampBa tfr kand trouble with
g rod I t a" a Idee ed to get
m r the eMMesr. I need there
Iwas sem impvemost after they hd
takea two lew battles, aMd continued
Ito ge tto them umil they had taim
a baw dese bottom and were well o a
te read to reeery. I tkhnk Swamp-
Root ha es more fur my ilMrem
m ay other m--dalme I ave tried
Mnd I reswmm d it to ame having e
drea wlvo serwr as mln di.
CIy ClOrk. DIma, Al.

faa. Oa Jau. 11. 199.
Dr. KIamer & Ca lm ImtI, N. Y.
tL--e : Som te o meIo was
trMbled with kildey table; and sM -
erm pal i back mad Mp. Was
trebte by a phyldel but without
ar bemef. I etLed some Swamp
oot advertised ad resolved to give
I atr aL After tsakg four bottle I
was emp y ured. Have not
Msfere amy pala t a seJee and ca
recommea pe to anyone
a- rs ftro kidney trouble. Bin-
erely. MR. I. V. STEVENI .

BrtMsm. Go.. Jan. M, 19.
Dr. Kilmor & Ceo. BtghamI s. N. T.
ame:emesm: Semetlme ag I seer-
ed severe with pal M m y back and
Mps. My back palmed me ceUtinually
mad I I a lt meraMe. A ftIedrt imes
miaed swmmp eMt. I b toeli
eTek the ntas tnwo f



aolMe. Ga. Ja1. 1. 19W0.
Dr. Kilmer & CO. Pruaghunmt. N. Y.
GO atem : okm Um ago I w
troubled witth kidey trouble. I thought
for mM Utim I was suffering with
diabet. I had severe paIa In my
baek and ips. A friend recommended
wampRoot nd I decided to ive it
a trit. I obtained a bottle from a
druaIt and after taking a few dose
felt reevd. After taking several
bottles the palm was entirely onme
mad f have nMt sufered the slihtest
aince. I cannot be too enthusiasts in
my praise of t as wonderful medicine
and it goee me great pleasure to give
ay testimolal In regard to its merits.
PMrmer Mayor and Member Leias-
We bave old Mr iRountrel Swamn
Root ad bhve nt suf B th uigs
tey Icaor kidney trouble and atl
yra~~ith perfect satisfaction.


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16. KtnIers Ilkonees lo Ot
ld wrapter oa ooy
E,4geeld. T-J
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingbamton. W.
Gentlemen: I hardly know bew
express my apprermation for the aI
your Swamp-Root has done me. I
been greatly troubled with my
w.ys, and with pan I to te back;
with what the doctors termed I11
nation of the seek of the b
Sometimes my back would get In s
shape that I was almost helpless.
had tried several doctors and -l
cines to no good effect, and f
noticed In some paper where Dr.
mer proposed to send a samples
of his kidney medicine. Swamp.
free by mall. I sent at once and
ceived promptly a sample bottle.
ter taking It I fumnd it did me gi
I then purchased two bottles from a
merchant. Mr. W. J. Wllser. After -
ing the medicie I felt Hke a.
man. and each day rode yve miles
teach se school. You are at liberty
nse thla letter, or refer anyone i
me. as I will always be glad to "t
them what a wonderful remedy th
Swamp-Root is. Mr. James Ivena. d
saundersville, Tenn., is taking it wi
good result. Vry truly yours.
Member Temesee LAgislatur
Rural Route No. 24, Edgeaeld, Te.
Dothan. Ala.. Jan. 21. 19W.
Dr. Kilmer A COL, Ri g -amtoB. N. Y.
Dear irs: Wave been sudeft
more or less from kidney troubto In
the last five yeam and was Indue Ia
try your SwampRoot Am ha
my, or give yo testimonial.t
has cured me. I as a traveling
mai for Messrs. Colgate & CO.,
Torh. mad am always traveling oas the
road. Drinking the different wates
affected my kidneys.
Yours respectfully.
-____- .

New Reads. La.. Jan. 2t, 191
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bnghamtmn. N. Y.
Dear Sirs: I write today to the pub-
lie that your Swamp-Root eared me
of kidney trouble. I was almost past
going; having spasmodic spells with
my kidneys that were breaking down
my constitution. The beat medical
M was employed ad they pronounced
my trouble as alkali lain the kidneys.
but were unable to do me any perma-
ment good.
I took four bottles of Swamp-Root
aad because a well man. This was six
years ago and I have bad no trace of
the trouble. Yours for suffering men.
Pastor Baptist Church. New Roads, La.

Blountsvflle, Tena.
I have been a rural letter carrier for
over five years. ome two years ag
was taken with severe palas ms my
back. I ued medicine from my fam-
fly physician far several months with-
out any bosefit A ft-. Mr. J. D.
Noeles, advised me to ry your Swamp-
Root, but I had no lth in It I come
tinned to grow worm and at last de-
cided to try this remedy and boaht
of L ag Bros. a ffty-eat bottle which
gave me great relief. I then bought
two oe*dollar bottle. Which I ean
truthfully my have completely cured
Had It not bees for Swamp-Root, I
would have been compelled to quit the
rural free deliver service.
I advise all mail carriers who get
pmai in their back that Swamp-Root
Wml cure them.
was no bad that very often my
would have to help me to arise.
Carrier. Route No.2.

AfG a.,. Jan. 0. 1909
4MO.. B*=w4amtcr. N. T.
About four years ago I
b en kidney trouble and rhe-
mamS lIn my hips. The palm across
my bas became so severe that I could
hardly traighten up and could not
walk w eat dragging my feet. I
wouldM UIse frequently and would
have to rime two or three times during
the night, ea ing me to suffer from
loss of sleep. And with the pain I
was all run down and began to lose
flesh. I saw Swamp-Root advertised
and bought one bottle to try it. After
taking it I felt better and could sleep
all right at night I continued to take
It until I had taken four large bottles.
I was entirely free from any pain in
the back and began to gain In weight-
I always recommend Swampjop to
my frie ni|7t rein my
t .- remarkable
Yours very trunly
Donalsonville. Ga.

Every mail brings unsolicited testimonials from people from all over thb
UI'it' d States and foreign lands, expretiing heartfelt gratitude for what
Dr Kiluiersa Swamp-Root has done for them. *
1o l not let anyone sell you some others medicine to take the place of 6 was1mP
i lRoout if .ou do )>u will be disappointed-insist on getting what you uN
for is no other medicine as good as Dr Kilmer's 8Swamp-Root.

wamp-Reet is not recommended for t.v r.thitlg but if >ocu have kidney lI ,.r or bladder tIrouble or obulig'd to
often during the day and get up eally tilinat during th, ntiliht. have smarting or irritation in panalitS or heart dil.turf0
ance due to kidni-v trouble. Swanmi|Root a !l I,, fouiAd jut ihe remedy .ion n3t'd
)en't Se Misled-For e.amplle. whell you a.-k for lDr Kilverr s iMai)ip HRot t G;r.4t KidIney. I.iver and IIladde
Reined, do It allow any drugKiiat dritte h Ik o- r o tr k. ki-.r toe itruaudl, I% onto ItiiHg m ineiethi *l.e"
in its place Every tUi.- Ihe ucceed- in ie-lling you a worthl,. 1.i-ib. be uakr tinure protfl.
but >ou are hudiimbKged at the e'ix t" otf 'oiir ,.allh
NOTE-Vr. re reader of The~ un i lo lam. not tried Sa iR eItoIo th* r. it Kidi.a l.hirand Il.addl r R, ji.dy.
may addre.-, I)r Kt l iner &( Co. |tihanm'on N Y and rect'ri a aS 4 i 1,I t it!. fr*. b> w. all
At all dealers' In 600 and $1.00 sizes.
A Sworn Certificate of Purity With Every Bottleo-ee Inside Wrapper

The- old Porti'Tamlalilit', a teiub Wa lit \ it) th.a.Itaudson. it o1-10, t 5. tedv fir lit, tram-iagf I,- be

hOu am c.duraat ti e en '.a. i aI wv t~ce-dthteg 1."'.1 '~'~ti. t., ~.r
tumrist resort. ii t t Im-r, teu *d from tie remo &Il of the- inut it I. .. ii o -&.JLI -
Ite pre&"nt site atI tbI, [-%I1teait)tj fur 1toIbt vT I ~ i I i. Al I cf ~S IA,, ab

Fe .W ~ ill tN- ured a nass astiuo.-sor' rrv It.ri, lit 'ul Of. 4 4I' -8 aatr gecj,






Jackson. Team.
Aeeording to my experience. I d
not consider there Is anything to equd
wamp-Root for kidney affection.
Twice It relieved me when I wv
completely holplem.
The last time I was traveling 1i
Texas, when my kidneys become ao
fected, and for to days I suffered s
cruciatlag pals, accompanied wto
severe chills. Several years previg,
having been relieved of a similar h@
tack. I naturally sought relief as be
fore from Swamp-Root.
After ustag bur of the large4ei
bottles, I was completely restored sd
west on my way rejoicing and pral
la Swamp-Root. This was three
years ago and I have had no indicatim
of a return of the amliction.
J. C. SMITH. Jr.
Thirty-third degree Mason.
Waycross, Ga.. Jan. 5. 199t.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingh.Lmton. N I
Dear Sirs: During last October I
suffered from my kidneys.
I consulted my physician, who pro
scribed for me. but his treatment diM
not benefit me. After reading somn
Swamp-Root literature. I decided to
give it a trial. After taking a fe0
doses. I felt somewhat relieved, sa&
after two one-dollar bottles had bus
taken. I had no pal,, and was complete
ly cured. I have not had the slighted
pain in my back or hips since. Fro
my own experience. I can cheerfully
recommend Swamp-Root to anyo0S
suffering from kidney trouble.
Yours very truly.
Mr MNrtn r')':-* ra "'n.-'g and
trsn-fer buslincs.

F Moomr


ARCH 29, 1909

DLA O.. March 24.-With
e4 s ra ringing in their ears.
. Djjoyle and his wife. a-rrete,-d
I the kidnaplprs of little Willie
of Sharon. Pa were escorted
to a tiain l*ast ilgxht fets

p rlti1all) closes the case an
! peveland is concerned. as fur.
4p will be taken b) the Penn-
B authorities. However, the
police have a club over the
gd t Boyles In a joint indeit-
d u!ed yesterday charging
I. Boyle and Helene Hoyle.
f mer. with blackmail. This
p based on the payment of
UIpNm by J. P. Whitla for the
of his son, Willie. here last
l prisoners alighted from th
it the station. a great throng
~ hto them. and it was with
fj that a path was cleared to
oa. Asa Boyle and his wife.
Ipgmpealed by two policemen.
Il teugh the train shed the
j greeted them with hoots and

0% -
"I Only for the Woman.
ad Mrs. Boyle had nothing to do
O Io actual kidnapping of Willie
c was the statement made yes-
Il the woman and her hut-


na. Most of the questions' asked
were' addres w'd to Mrs. Ilole. and
all * in the amni ll tirrle if i-'. ni
*rs gtazed at t ihe attr:rtil.- onaliit
"Why" don't someone l')k It lMr
Ioyl.e'" asked C(hie'f Kohl r
"AIe Is not o aharmling. ran.l tihe
quick rely from Mrs. Iloyle Thenii
the man plrisownr caused a general
..,I; h ti ) |4) Ito I Ii.-, .1,' thi. c,..., s
It. tll
Mrs Itoyle has three leather med-
als from tan shoes for being charm-
Mrs. Itloyle denied a report that she
had been on the stage. "But maybe
I'll get the chance now." she added
"What did you think of Billy?" Mrs.
Ioyle was asked.
"He is a dear child and I really
hated to part with him." she said.

Pear For Safety of Man and Woman.
PITTSBI'RG. March 26.-Fearing
for the safety of their prisoners If they
were taken to Sharon or the county
seat at Mercer. officers last night
brought James H. Iloyle and his wife.
accused of kidnapping Willie Whitla
to the Allegheny county jail here.
It is the intention of the officers
to keep their prisoners In the Jail
here for several days and at some
time when the public is not expecting
it to remove them to the Mercer counw

AY fhe apparently was in good Ay Jail. where they will be kept till the
b t her husband maintained grand jury convenes the third weok
1Mnimt manner having little to in April.
.Nmmm..M ...e

I Battle Ends Disas-

trously for Negro Outlaws

WK lnIRE. Okla March 2Gt. On the i night fell the excitement increa-ed
ol the famous Creek Indian up- and negro.*s roanmed through the
t IaMt year at Hiekorv ittl d. firi-g a'id .*Iliaa"
rokl The fight continued as a s-ries of
e neroes weca. r killed. li. duels throughout the lnght. the ne-
and f.ort)-oe caliture-d in a groe retreating from tree to tree asi
b -een t"-itt) det.ut -.he riff:, the deputies advanced, fringe steadily.
b hundred ie.gro.. The fihtI Reaching the settlement the negroes.
late Wedne:.dl;i aand coas iti barricaded thenmiseles in the but,
IS interrupt4lion until 1 o tl )ow4k and could not be dislodged
N Y. At dayblreak firing ceamsd and

I*les' north. to the, ..t *il I I ocltock. alhen the deputies re-
to arre-t ca(tth. thi' i na to be cunice'al-d l n t lol ho I now numnitred Il') against twenty
.ltI t the Tiher.%w'. 'ht'ey ware met deputies.
Si dge' ifJ t!., caaup bi a rlarts of About 300 shots were fired in the
id amegroes who re.funied to allow last encounter. when the three negroes
Sft center The dei.uties l-'rsiste.d were killed and Ileput) Sheriff Fowler
SWeft Are.d upon. lteingK outnaum injured.
fee Aflv d.eputle. fl.d At the first onslaught the negroes
J% lr hourN af'er the' r-t l:hh t ,are, dislodged and fled The deputies
) i poseM heavily) earned i a,4 h.ld I ppur.-ued and captured forty-one. All
attlement Someone fired a .htot was. quiet last night. and no further
yp rioting was on When the rI noting I6 anticipated.

We kflve been 6uppjinig tle.
We Cs of M. cner9 ase0 s.
We ca.vr, ..IAm ( .tor.h of
Eits, Se..LMllts, b.a ool0 orkug lMalex-
Se*sj. s9 f 4 dl K n4.0Bs)t.'A t I&J ftUflos-.I
lo A&AY & ArDcr V 1ay
wee V-*TCATAL*5j AM* T(IMa
%I ara F 'o r Tm S A T LAN TA (GA.


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BY A. 1
Florida A riculturn
Imessl 0


il Experiment station

Li.e in the soil Is taportaLt frr i.,ost crops, but it is slowly washed out
by rain and carried off In the drainage.
There are two causes, especially, which tend toward the los of lime
in drainage waters': bacterial action. and the continued use of sIlphate of

Loees Through bacterial Action.
In a former bulletin it was pointed out that carbon dioxide is one of
the end-products of the bacterial decoapoall ion of the organic matter that is in
the boil. Some of this carbon dioxide is taken up (dissolved) by water that
is ipasing through the soil, and in this way comes In contact with the min-
eral matter of the soil. Water which is thus charged with carbon dioxide
has a decided solvent effect upon the carbonate of Ule (limestone) In the
soil. This is well illustrated by the caves and sink holes that are uo conm-
won in limestone regions. Here the water charged with carbon dioxide c,-..:
in contact with the limestone rock and dissolves great masses of it, with
the result that underground cavities are left. If these chance to be near
the surface and the earth falls in, we then have what are commonly called
sink holes. If whole masses of limestone can be removed in this way, we
can readily understand how this process will cause a heavy drain upon lands
that are poorly supplied with carbonate of lime. Even soils that. to the
unaided eye. appear to contain no carbonate of lime. do usually contain
more or less of this material Sometimes the quantity is so small, however,
that it is designated as a **trace." HIere. too.i the water charged with
carbon dioxide is slowly but constantly washing away the small amount that
is preM'nt. The analysis of spring and well waters almost invariably shows
the presence of some lime. which came original) from the soil or the rock.
This process goes on day after day and year after year. with the result
that the aggregate loss is enormous. Another end-lproduct of the bacterial
decomposition of the organic matter of the soil Is nitric acid. This acid
re-ac-t with the bases il the soil to form aiiiii..~s. As lime usually occltrs
along with the other bases, nitrate of lime (calcium nitrate) will be formed.
This. is readil) soluble in water. and can be taken up by plants; but owing
to its ready %olubility much of it leaches out with the drainage waters. and
o a quanmitity of lime will be lost. Thv'~e- losses,. however, are in a measure
unaolidable,. ilnc,. in order that plant food mai tbe elatbrated. the bacteria
murtt carry on the work of breaking up the organic matter. Care in the man-
agi'-itnnt of thie' soil ill to some extent redutic the lou,..s, but some loss is
inva Itable
Loee Due to Sulphate of Ammonia.
We'n-ii mulphatet of ammonia iI ued. a chemical change takes place be-
twAe'e-i this sand the carbonate of lime that ls in the soil. which results in the
loriation of ibulphate of lin itgyptunal. This is more soluble than the
cuirlminate. aid hiel nr icre' easilly lost b) le-aching. It was shown. for ex-
ai1 1I.'. at [tin. i |..l F:1 :, .l Satnto,. Kin.lad, th watwhen mineral
imiatiaure'. a;i ld 1'hea'm.phi., a MIU I ,tA*P-1 ) t11) were used. carbonate of lime
.t.,^ h ut .it li, I.i l,. of e je IMiiindl. per acre ainuali s a henl mlin rals and
"I,'i *'sllii. i llliae41it l o f .t .al nItsIla al i- Uh d,. ihe .-l a s i117T0 pounds., alien 'aihd:- atlill 'i.a ;. ; ld ),il s -'re u- d lithe l.., ais 104z, l pounds; when
Ili% ..41l1 nll.i,.1 oiih 1a .- U: e- l the lolt a ;,t 00 ioun4. wahen milne-ial
ri.tii'* nSll 41- i.oaindi. tiirdl st. f ,o da Aere u-ted the loss a n only :,';:,

j I! I(s lni i.1
Occasonsl Application* of Lime Required.
On a<. .int s,,f i hef gradual r.1ioi 3ning of the line frosms th- uiLrfa0.ce law)ra
'of thlie- ?.Oil its th, ii ainnel r Ie'itiitineId ahloi v. there sihoiuld bi- oi'casisti al applil-
Satlliunt of thil. ,iiato-rIal ili sIlne form to replace Malita which I lot t. Vor
thil. purpor,, lit.e)l> ground litmatone asa) bx- us' d -a ton or more to the
ae re .t inltrvala of tao or three )ears if eis itoital Ilhalig is required ili
ouithi.rli EisKlaiid awh.ere much of the soil hlR re-ulted from decummiowed
Shalk alid whoeati bhalk oftsn forms the,. subsoil. It It not much more, needed
he-re hiere St. ofte-i ind only traces of liae? I.ime asalista In the proper
deca) of the urganil' uatte-r of the soil. in the formation of humus ad ili
nltrosu io ati&loin, aisnd i order that ttheis.- otlr'lurtis may out tie bludered.
the lime that Is lout lu drainage waters- should be replaced.


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um the Ban jubs..ukaSmereoW. 1. m
So ILIe-r, Passrw&m.a mimerso
%be C!.ssiwJvu.sot A
m man older w ObtItof (One. M.4IGIe
of the Chii of Ualresw~.Uh. 0.. for
paylre Irag deb to s behu ('hgof
ru q"opeftv of alb"IdUsavoge.
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Prompt sueatoao to all bmeaets
(4U&.,Suest dewr Sank ef Thoumahe

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CURES N- beswo" i I-W-0"1?o
a F" ~ Ow too (rne V..wwq'. to.,e
59I" otv of 110. P&'. a'ft ofa
No % oe?-eUCat a0. vws qa~
,@Went m be' s"d EW

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m plappe msad Wht Is G4

hems f the Coy.

udie Salen and (hihiren left
for a htrt vi.lit to High

Donsler and wife of New l.err)
g the viitors to the" city

Smith of Archer was in the.
rday. lie is the marshal of

Mrs. L. L. Lassiter of New-
amoeg the shoppers In the
Setroler. one of the merch-
elle. was transacting busl-
Scity yesterday.
&=ualey left for Maryland on
after spending the past
b his son, G. W. Brumley.
Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to
fever, colds and lagppe.
Sold by W. M. Johnson.
01yatt. one of the leading
of Otter Creek. was trans-
a I tue city yesterday.
Aes 'of Judson called at
sIee yesterday anid iad hlis
on the subseCrpt!o:a list.
,lree of Trenton. one of the
citie ens of that section.
his numerous friends in
TMa Barron. who has been
Shr friend. Miss Pearl Colson.
few days. returned to her
B 11 yesterday.
0. Gay of Trenton arrived
Md yesterday and will spend
I several days here visiting
She sas accompanied by
.L M. Tisnm of llron.-on was
fy for a few hours yesterday
to her borne. She had jun.t
arom a thort to her pa-
Vienna. Ga;
.B. Ellis. who ihasi t -n -|en'id-
past three weeks at Waldo
to her hoti.e eft'-rday She-
Igmpanied hby her li't!e granid-
A. Marks. sho sill i.- it

Rlward Rentl r of South Caro-
d to h. r hln'te. ye-t- rd..
$been i -iidli ta ht. pi-It e..o-r
as this citi tliitiag tlhe fanmil)
B Wienge., and; w%.> wI I la
the i I
I ell of tratt'- Stationt wa.-
b .e -ii \ i. 'r.~ I to the, (ii
lie i, (otidut tinx a :amr
p net aAt !na' tolinit .aind wa-
businesa cont,.('ctt I ithi th*
Grocery (on.ral ai.v
i" i the ut,.j- t of th,. ne-I
at of the Fir-t National
Alachua Althogh a corn-
young iinstitutioni. this
1 fast gaining friends In that
)Sad doing a nice bu-iness.
'W. Easterlin of High Springs
8 the v5,itjs to the city. hav-
suninmioted her. 1,* 'ccoist
H. He. It. now one of the larI-
t broie-r. of that'tin and
Blenh l) during the season.
i> Lamb of Mticanopy is among
rs to, th,- cis Hlie states that
er: ht, p.' o'er the hand-
pfrl -..- I. ti, .'-c''rtidl I r their
k which nak,.A (Eltp idrable
1t0" 1:1 ( c ilnla at i lor 1+ I.'- sec-

L Pul!-r aid family. of
Cli> forti,.-*l a of


t ii, th, ( i *t--,Irdd They
ti's.~ iiA 4iaii p.' tfurizig ea
11 q'ii, f 1 1: 11 0111 ta *as*i

ton lank. sta aniong the %l.ltors to
the cit! enterday. He states that the
acrea ie of spring vegetal.. h I. thet
heatlent that hie section has s, er
planted and the grroser* art antii-
lating good money from the crop,.
ves aturclay''"s IMi, .*k
.Mrs. J T. Gerald of Clyatt wa
among the visitors to the city )ester.
Miss Vera Bobbitt of Micanopy was
among the shoppers visiting the city
Fr dnY
J. W. Mcllain. of Citra arrived in
the city yesterdayy on a Pbhort visit to
friends. I
J. W. Cral.r and wife of Cam>p-
il'. v. re, antini.A ti,. \ .-tur. to t..,
, it.\ *e-t rda%.
J. K Ste netis of Worthington
Springs was tran-acting business in
the city )ysterda.a.
G. H. and llartley Thomas. who
live in the LaCronse section. were
visitors to Gainesville Friday.
Tom Undsay of Wilcox. who has
'Ieen in the city for the past week.
returned to his home yesterday.
A. Thomas of LaCrosse was among
those who spent Friday in Galnesville
and made this office an agreeable call.
The Baird Hardware Comlany are
advertising the Gem food chopper in
today's paper and interes-ted house-
wives should give it their attention.
H. Valentine, an old and valued col-
)red subscriber of Hawthorn. was a
caller at this office yesterday and re-
newed his subscription to The Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Russell of West-
3eld. Mass.. are here for a few weeks
and are visiting Mrs. Russell'* sister.
.Alrs. A. 0. Witt. near Mlliard's Sta-
Rev. G. B. Thrasher of Micanopy
was in the city yesterday. He was
*n route to Gulf Hammock. where he
will remairt for the next two seek.-
ind conduct a strles of meetings for
it. I latibst church there.
W. 0. Terrell and son. Robert. of
'.lelroe-. sre among the %isitors t,
lie city yesterday. The former 1tati.3
that the Northerners who ibsit there
luring the winter months have now
oninenced to return to their homes.
Hon. Frank Clark and wife. who
hae' been absent for the past several
seeks in Washington, arrived here
e.-it rday. Congr:.sman C!ark %as
:l,#-dh hor'nt to lh.k aiftr -o:uin urge ut
i1-i.h, miat;te r. tL..dt I' i ir-tld lii at-
'e-rtin I i.Ut will return to the Natioiial
C' pital within a hurt while.
The- little on of T. J. Cone hap.-
',cned to a '.-ry painful accident on
rhur:-da. h,.n hv, fN-ll and broke his
ilht arm. The. little f; low 5.a-
liilihing a t]. -.thone oile' at th tin.,
tlhr al cd(-(' i*t. uia d nioni.' of hi i la>
.at s- .-re au~ar.- if he accident for
** ral iiiiiutites after ard I'r
iodis.- was called atad -t the wound
*d ni-rntwr and rej'ort.- the pati<.nt
;'.-tinyg ,.arll.
rnum SwMdqa'a Daulv An',.
Paul Winte.r of Waldo If Ui.iting
' in the civy
Mrs J W. Chamberlin of Tacoma
wa, among the shoppers visitlng the
ity yeht'rday
T. G. Hagan. one of thb enteripriu-
ing planters of the Trentont section. is
among the visitors to Gaiues ille.
L. I. Lewis of Campivlle. a success
ful planter of that section. sas trans
acting business In the city yesterda"
Prof. Guy of the LaCrousc school
has closed uim term mid wsab here yes
:erday i" ro+ L lia_ boi it Ala
Mrs. Robert Kite of Waldo is in the

dly visiting her brother. J. E. Wain
~wiht. at hi- home on West Llbtrt.I
31a0 Hattie luglinh was in the cit)
paglrday en route to her hore.e Sh -
h" IMat closed he.r vchtotl near Hlitgh
4& Art w ilot V wt.,:,lo.n le ti.

ged intill .

is Thc Sui

W a t

apt at XT t U




The best that can be had for the prices asked-The season's

offerings can be had here and at prices as low as can be found

any store-Buy at WILSON'S and be pleased.

"CAET Sticku fir the Fmiy W. L C1TI--
Every pair sold under positive In all the new models-A style for every
guarantee---I pr. ,

LaiMM' Pru SikNm 1$ M a
Black, colors-beautiful quality-41.25 p l.50, 21.t t r2 R.

---W U- It M UIs ir l m
White and colored fabrics of every want- Values to be found in any store. Bi-
ed kind. Beautiful Imported Batistes in tiful Flouncings and Bands to Mld,
pattern lengths-@.N t 1..IL
LnU I -T UE-Best Linen imitation Baby ets that are equisite.
on market. Cu Im bM at M m'l'-15S Val., Torchon and Irish Crobhet LMmw

ew Wb SMIt ad hum Iw muilm

A few coming each day but individual -- 59 to 3.00 -

The prices are right, the materials the Good values and good styleL
b-st. Comparison is the test. We invite it. All new d po






of the merchants of that section and ON TOUR OF INSPECTION.
states that business is good there.
Mrs. Geo. 8. Fitzwater of Monroe. United States Army Oier Reviews
N. C.. has arrived in the city and will Gainesville Guards.
apend tome time here visiting her Prom Sunday's Daily am:
friend. Mrs. Geo. P. Morris. She is Maj. Wm. F. Hancock of Port B
accompanied by her daughter. Miss rancas. Pensacola. was la the city rt-
Julia day for the purpose of reviewing the
.':a. W. T Gill. who has been in Gaineatileh. Guards and making the an-
he.- i for the past week attending u nul tinsection of the company.
he, ia.-ki:!g of her household good, I This inspection Is required every
rtriei to Alachua yesterday. where ,year by the united States Government
-ho. n.aking her home with her pa-.and must b- made by some oeer In
.te .'- Icommand. Owing to other Impor .iat
SIt l!older. one of the successful matters the Inspection was Lot as
I.: t r.- of the LaCrosse section. was rigid as formerly on such occasions.
'rai. .attiig business la Gainesville but it was sufficient to show the boys
e' t day. He tays the crops are how Uncle Sam handles his army of
>. .., tine and the seasons are good men
.or a rapid gro. th The showing made by the Guards
J A. .1 Strickland of Hague was In was very creditable and nearly the en-

it. ('it. )est rday on his regular
A it.ekly %iBit. He states that his crops
are now up and the good seasons they
ire having make the young vegetation
crow with a vigor.
Mr.f R. Wilson has a change of d.
in today's Sun to which the attention
if the ladies is called. They are mak-
iig a s.tpecial sale on ladies' white
wash goods and many rare bargains
can be found at this popular store.
Mrs W. 8. Lang. accompanied by
her son. Walter. left yesterday for
Waldo. where they will spend several
days visiting relatives. They were
former residents there and have a
largr .au imbr .4f quaintances who
are- always pleased to Wlkvme them
Mist Willie Wyman. who h' s
te aching school at Arredoundo for the
pastt bix monoth.. has fhni.hed her term
aand mill return to her home at San
ford The trustee. haip de-ide'd i; a;f
.,. e'\tra t( ,It a 'l.tI.- "< l'*ii .d "..t *
'. .Laii .'..l< liMnald hi.- *-I , ,ged to
I:.1 ith t-rina which r \\W)man swa.
.:,.li ti till ,stlg ti o ot p eTr engage

tire company were present on this oc-
casion--only those that were com-
pelled to be absent remaining away.

Gene to Alabama.
W. W. King. president of the King
Lumber Company, the successl con-
tractors for the Goverament bIllding.
left yesterday for Belma. Ala., where
be goes to look after a contract froi
the Government now beimg worked
there. He has contracted here for
his band. rock and all such material
that can be bought with the ezceptkom
of the brick matter, and this will be
awarded to the Desham Brick Com-
pany If the sand-cement brick made
by them is accepted by the Govern-

!IICK RESTORATIVE for lost man-
hluod Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; roc per bottle
Sold by W. M. Johnson.




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national Bank


Mildred Lee Chapter Hold Interest
ing Session on Friday.
Th.< mlilt-in,, r o,: \l hired le' ('h[i
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