The Gainesville sun


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


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


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

Record Information

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
lccn - sn 95026969
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Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
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Twice-a-week sun (Gainesville, Fla.)

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Published Twice a Week--Monday and Thursday





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ATLANTA. April 3.-"When the
farmers of the South and the business
mea of the South say the word. funds
will be Immediately available in sul-
cleat volume forever to place the great
industry of cotton production upon a
stable foundation, free from the
chance fluctuations of the market, re-
lieved of the attacks of manipulators
and leaving the gigantic crop mooop
oly of this section to respond, unem-
barassed and unrestricted, to the le-
gitlmatt laws of supply and demand.
The result should mean to the South
an annual cash saving ranging from
$150o000.no0 to $250.000.000."

farmer In the South from the man
who raises one bale to the man who
raise a thousand bales.
"A minimum fund of $10,00,000 sb-
scrlbed by the most conservative eIaan
clers of the United States is available
to be Invested in such Ironclad se
curities as insure the ability and re
sponsiblllty of the plans promoted to
redeem their promises and obligations
Ao the last detail.
"The people of the South will be
given the Erst opportunity to invest
In this project If upon rigid Investi-
gation It commends itself to their
Chain of Wareheumes

in these plain terms Daniel J. Sully. ".The bckbone of the plan Is a chain
the man who drove cotton to Its high- of bond warehouses throughout the
.-st market price since the Civil War. south suflcleit in number and eap-
yesterday outlined the purpose of his ity to houe one third of the crop and
visit to Atlanta and the South. that one-third. as bas been demonstrat-
ConUnuing. Mr. Sully said his plan ed. will be the balance of power.
contemplates "the creation of an im- hi il render market congto
pregnable business system. which shall impossible and Insure the of
do away with the annual necessity of h. rl i r (,nfrity with the
the farmer sacrifeing millions of bales laws of ,suily and demand.
of cotton for pressing debt congesting In b,.rr,... j.. i* h. i v,.r.
the market. hammering down Irices. ow certifleatr. Mr. ullv .aid the
upMetting the reign of supply and de doe,, not surrender the equity
mand and losing to this .cthio.n the ill hi. cottn i. "It is his to ,ell %%hen-
tremendous sums that are its due in evr he plveaes, or to hold as long
return for the one croIp I ii-iji't'l. as he ilea. ith the plain business
to the needs of civilizatil,: xce-li.ffn that the certificate' he miay
Ten Millions Available. h:i a u-. d a;, cllateral f,"r the. loan I.
"I do not a k one (p-nwli from the ; i.rier lihn upon the bale. which must
Southern t*ople' I (!,do no iak ti e i,' .-at'lrl t-f d out of lthe' isle o f the bale
ileddgig f o ef onhal.- of cotni uniitil I Ah.-n tliat culmination is reached."
I A*e gireln anle lh' tood faith of ttsufl The company would be paid a nom-
"**,t financial backing. from socurce-, final f,-e for each bale of cotton han-
:'.at are uiiluie tionable. t<, ca;rr. e*\ diedd anid in this way. MSr Bully Ag-
I:, detail of the' plan into effect and ures. a fair profit will be realized on
I, safeguard the interest of every the in\e-tnenit.



OVER $150000,000 A YEAR.

Some of the Larger Companies Re-
stricted by This Law from eek-
inl New Business.

NEW YORK. April 3.-As a result
Iusiawss of life Insurance couliauiles
ls.- the insurance, law. the New York
Life Insurance Conlpanl it was an-
inunced yesterdayy wll on .%laS :31 dia
charge l.OoW of its agents in Larlous
l:irts of the country This dilsmisal
older which will alfect ac iii- l ab de

ote onl>l part of their time to the
-onipany aas rendredered necessary by
the decision re.'de-red yesterday by Su-
iprene courtt .lurltice O'(orinan. upi
holding the con ,titutionaltiy of that
Section of the Insurance law which
limit new business to be written by
any company in any calendar )ear to
:lo. 0o.IK)M. Justice O'Gorman decis
lon forbade the company from issuing
a $.';.410 policy on the ground that its
limit for new business for the year
had been reached and could not be
Edward R Perkins. second vice prel-
ident of the New York Life Insurance
Company. said that in the last two
)ears more than .,..0o life insurance
agents have lost their positions.
Another I.Moo would have to go by
.May .l1. thus bringing a force which
oll(" numbiiiered k oX ) down to u .
Read the want ads. la today Sem

Savannah Mrket Quiet in

WALDO. April .-Arrangemeats
are about completed for the etablish.
mert of a rural fre de very roete of
a twenty-mile circuit t# the morth-
ward and westward of WaMo. which
will do away with the small posteEffes
of Graham and Meateocha It will pay
seventy-lve dollars per moath and sev-
eral applicants waat It.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvart are staying
awhile with the bride's parent Dr.
and Mrs. Andrew Jolly.
A family reunion and dinner was
held a few days ago at the Jolly home
stead near Orange Heights In honor of
the Methodist patriarch. Absolom Jol
ly. on the eighty-lfth anniversary oi
his birth. Dr. James Jolly of Oka-
boma, and his family. )r. Andrew and
Mr. Frank Jolly of Waldo and also
other families of the connection were
in attendance as well as other invited
guests. kev. T. L Z. Harr presided ai
minister of ~th occasion. Presenting a
fle family Bible ln well-choen re-
Town Tax Collector L P. Miller has
noticew up warning tax-payers of the
near approach of the limit of time to
iaSY sp the taxes due for 1908. The
Seakoamrd Air Line has recently paid
'o thIe amount of $I6. The aduilnis
traction has bwen greatly hampered by
nrle lwmt of its flnds by the fa!!urv of
:te Pa'rrlis bauk here some time ago.
The Woman's Home Mission Society
nlakes a good showing in its annual
r, I,)rt that $1**.;!9 has been raised for
all purpol~ s and that there is a bal-
:iaeI in the Ircabut) of $10.67.
A. Turner and family have moved to
Savannah. lie was a partner with hil
Oln. E. A. Turner. la the mercantile
Iu.Iine.t. who continues at the old
J. i. Mattair and wife of Albany,
Gs were here a few days ago. They
ut-re former residents and still have
Prolwrty here. The) visited Mrs.
Prewilt and family.
Rev. C'ha. It Hedrick, rector, held
two services at the Episcopal church
Horace Roas. one of the conductes
on the 8. A. L, is suffering from a
attack of feter
An o water roast was enjoyed by a
munuber of young people in the opens
near The News oice Wednesday
Vinlaion & Co. have Just got In
two very large and beautiful show
cases for the better display of their
iseww spring geIod
Mrs Satastlau of Jacksonville and
Mlis ('Cobb Johnson of Atlanta are
ltiting Mr aned Mrs MeManius at
lAke \%i* w
Mr T I Ellis of Galaesvllle re-
tiilrne-d after a visit to Mrs Marks and
Nlii ll ,

WASHINGTON. Ar.l .-It am&
the farmer fare la the Pay lla
Several m mse ave a
this queti a m e or of the I oam
within the lIt lw days. uia em- Ia
veald a or laker." W I b M
become law th late matlali Iar
eater Company. v meI to the
United Sates aed CrporaUttar, t e
most powerful e i Ite em ary.
will pro to the extem of a dm oa.
which will low directly te its et-
fer from the paeetso d e plaper-
oa American klarer.
"We have taken eare the Barew."
declared Chairmal Pyne of the Way
and Mesas COmmittee. Jat alter h
tariff bill was reported. "The d4ty
'i avrviaftral Inmplemeats has bea
materially reduced."
Here is how: The Payae ill p-
vides in one place tat the duty e
plows. tooth and dise harrow rv.-
esters.t elpers. agricultural dri s d
planters. thrarhlag malat esl a

cotton gins. shall be 1U per ant ad
va --rem. Hut the MilI doe am step
tnere Immediately tolowim go the
ins al "Provided, however, that aty
of the foregaoIng. wha m porwg bar
any Abuntry. depoudem., Iprowme,
or colony whieh Imposas tW s a
daty on Ilke arttlcls lmprted ftm
the I'nlted Stateis, al be lIM arte
free of duty."
This Is a seeming redutio af 5
per rnet ad valorem. as the preset
law provide a duty of 20 pere at
ad valorem. bit It is only a semalag
reduction, for later on the bil provides
for a duty of 25 per ceat ad valorem.
The dntv on agricultural ttmplemeat
is increased Ave per cent lstead of
decreased. The actual joker is n
page 27 of the Paye Mbil. and reads
as follows: "Ulpon each arUtele a
merated la paragraph 48 o1 eassl
N, 25 per csetum ad valrem."
Manufacturers of agricultural iapl
meets are selling their goods abroad.
after paying traasportatola charges
and tariff dutl. imposed by other
countries. from 16 to 30 per cant
cheaper than they sell the same grade
of implements to Americas farmers.
This is uader the 3 per asat ad Tal
rem duty. 'ader the 2I per eat ad y-&
klrem duty they will be aMle to eart

very bat ad seemed very bapw.
The many friteds of the bre I
Alachua county remember her for her
happy nature. and will ao doubt e
pleased to know of her marriage She
was one of the teachers s that cors-
ty and has but recently moved with
her fathers family from aea Haw
thorn *here they are well known t,
'aur ula.
T'i. r r.*o I Ianc *'*nt'rpriltag youas

a mush habor pig a -s fo @W
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for lakead. bm thn to VUBW
t- a.%*a at day. wheb the wy E obw
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They reedved n-wveryaf*G
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No Mob Violence Feared

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Moul. as the. re-malt u the peJ ai&m
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w-0446'. all talk -of Isiouls 'ic.I t.i'#e I4,W
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sib lb.t ai-urclf -.1 Sherif Wf "
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The good-will, kindet regard and best wish-
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and you will always fnd a ordial welcome in
our banking rooms.

Make our place headqrter-very conve-
nience aforned to make our place pleasant
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At Time Man Would Rave As If
someone Were After Him to
De Him Harm.

From Priday's Dily Sun.
Postmaster Dors,.y of .lMlnt( lsh. who
shot himself and cut hi trhoat In an
endeavor to end his life on aticont of
a supposed shortage of $:' in his ac-
counts. died on Wednesday and was
buried from his home yesterday.
The man was evidently demented at
times, for during certain i.rlods he
would be alarmed and frightened, at
the same time clatiin that be war
being attacked for the purpose of rob-
bery. He would also state at times
tht two men on white horses had
aot him and cut his throat but the
note that he left to his wife. and which
was made public destroyed any the-
ory save that of suctde.
The way the matter was summed
up by several of the old gentleman's
friends was that be hd gotten his at-
fairs tangled, and brooded over them
to such an extent that he had become
temporarily unmbaloed, which ac-
counts for his rash acts
The affairs will be adjusted m tl-
factorlly and everything made all
right for the wife. ad she will prob-
ably be placed la charge of the pot-
olce, provided she care to take
charge of It.


Delegate to State Cotvent en at S*

An Interesting meeting of te J. J.
Pinley Chapter. U'. D. C., was held
Thursday afternoon at the resdence
o Mrs. Thoraton Strlngfellow. In
spite of the threatening aspect of the
weather there was quite a large num-
ber present Credentials were present-
ed from four new members.
After the transaction of the routine
business the historical program sas
taken up.
Delegate to the Stte convention
to be held In St. Augustine. May i.
were elected a follows; Mrs. J. L
Kelley. Mrs. J. W. Tenth Mrs. G. K.
Hroome and Mrs. J. L Medlin. al-
ternates. Mrs. J. W. Patton. Mrs. A.
It. Harper. Mrs. FI P. Henderson and
Il is Gertrude Moore
The Chapter enjoyed a social hour
at the close of the meeting, during
h hieh time delicious refreshments
Sere served by toe hotels.

More than nine out of enter> ten camws
,i. rheumatism are simply rheumatism
-f the muscle*. due to cold or damp.
4.r chronic rheumatism. In such cases
eu Internal treatment is required The
tree application of Chamberlain's LnJ-
i,snat is all that is needed, and it is
* retain to give quick relief. Give it
.i trial and see for )ourwelf bow quick
IL It relieves the pain and oreness.
'I :ie medicines usually given Intern-
a ly for rheumuaism are polsoous or
, ry strong medicines. They are
u Ta e than unless in cases of chronic
and muscular rheumatism. For sale
i.., all druggists.

Prelimanary on Tuesday.
rom Frdayl's Dailj Sus:
The preliminary) hearing of the came
.f .1 J aid Slimeon Knilhtoai. charg-
e-d with haviig made irad i, i., fe*i lli zu e.r i sill te he id itn thia. rit
i.i oire t 'Tuu--l-a It Is *'. --'lted thIat
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Death fd Peplar veng Man-Cab
bg. lBringing ad Pries.
ARCHER. FIa.. April 2.-Tle many
friends of Mr Percy Dill will be griev-
ed to bear of his death, which occurred
Sunday afternoon at 5 o'cock at the
home of his aunt. Miss Sallie Ramsey.
with sboni he had lived fur the last
twenty years. his mother dying when
be was ai int-it. He was a kind.
good boy. a great comfort to his aunt.
and will be nadly missed. Althog
he had been sick for several mouths
his death came as a surprise. Every-
thing that faithful physicians and yv-
ang hands could do was done but when
(od calls no hand can tay He had
been a valued employee of the Mad-
nox Fmoundry Co. for two years. The
funeral services were conducted by
Kev. Newman at the Presbyterian
church at I o'-lock. then hia body was
taken to Arredoudo. where the Wood
men of the World buried him with
their wrvices. all of the Woodmen
from here accompanying the remains.
showing their esteem for him. His
grave was more than covered by
beautiful flowers. besides his aunt. he
leaves one sister. Mrs. Joe McKlnney
of Wacaboota. one brother. Mr. Charly
1D11 of Wacahoota. and two uncles.
Messrs. Perry and Marion Ramsey.
Mr and Mrs. John King are the
proud parents of a baby girl.
Miss Ella Jones of Gainesuille is
visiting her sister. Mrs. Monroe-e en
A water tank is being made here for
the two railroads. It will Ill a long-
felt want as the engines have to go
all the way to Broason to get their
supply of water.
The truckers are busy shipping cab-
bage &ad so far have gotten a very
good price for theanl The heavy rains
this week bav been a reat benefit
to them
The friends of Mr. Ialdwin will be
sorry to know that he is still confined
to hia bet
Miss Madge Newman of Lakelaand
ils Iiting her uncle. Rev I If New-

.1 gro#aI i3*JU) 'A 1 IiI-?"Jw U Ci '1w UUI
il( lof I h.-t r. ole lItII c. a ( .A.-#1118
I Objects to Streng Medsoc nes.
II YOu hIIA bA4ekac h' Wied urmlhar% Man) isemplelmpe tittatkitisg th-
o roulte ?0ou should tak-. Foll K t 114#114 it-iiieiaeeft uriiAhI r.-i rilpt-d
a Remedy (ito, treaog' hi it.e .1 I utldId11 pie leagUe,. fur rtefuaamAtfis The-re

a- a.-orl mnu kfiulie. It"'hi. .41* e-1s.- of uurau- lir or cirisain
d. loll, .1 W M.CI 1llta&a:rh lz..I y maao wled 114nre 'u 1li, o

S______ -. @.5 .

Won vej W 10.

TOOL t mawru Me= "em 660
U1~ babst CIA. -!--a- Mal PA~c

o f t- % I ) Lea, C 4 s*-- of (lif. olimi-ase ,.. are-
of A 0i o~r I it. eAthe .r ew Ilhe., %A:t wf s
. 1, a 1t It. r. eI- I J Im) I a 11t01 let 1 A lm
'sf. I gileit'sIi liad) hloiA40 tict1141 It
I .. rt 'i ijls i

Waala diertIaaaeg si a force whi"C
)Opu c IA hiligOeS SaId S LA which yoa
(al l110. )oUr plafiss &vd purposes

ift a prntd stka~ er you waS
Th Sun odee It Ihe -`- to get IL




Death of Cel. B. A. Ceashman.
Col. Benjamla Allata Coachman
died last Thursday at hi home aI
Jacksonvlle In his elghtyeghth year.
He wa born near Georgetown. 8. C..
June 27. 1821l.
Col. Coachman was a resident of
BHroon for many years, moving to
Jauksonville twentyone years ago.
He had led an active life and was
well-known throughout the State
He leaves three daughters. Mrs. O
(' Rhode. Mrs. C. R.ogrs and Mrs
J. K. Munnerlyn. and three sons
James coachman and W. F. Coach-
man of Jacksonville. and R. A. Coach-
man of Miami. to mourn his loss.
The funeral services ere held In
the Church of the Good Shepherd.
Riverside. at noon on Friday, and
Mrs. C B. Rogers and James Coach
man accompanied the body of their
father to Bronson. where It was nlter-
red early Saturday morning in the old
cemetery. by the side of his wife.-
The deceased was a former resident
of this city and was well-known by
many of tie citizens here.

eminent Authoritiog tay
That outdoor exercise is needed by
the American people. That's all very
well. but how can people with rbeuma-
tism follow that advice? The answer
Is very simple -use Ballard's Snow
Uniment and the rheumatism will go.
leaving you as spry as a colt Gives
quick ad permanent relief fro
rheumatism. neuralgia, lame back.
Sold by W. Johnson.

Notice Is hereby given that the irm
of Martin Bros., doing besieas at
Wlcox. Florida, has bees dissolved.
L N Martin has withdrawn from said
fir. All debts will be paid by J. H
Martin and all claims must be paid
to him
(Signed) I. N MARTLN

One-Quarter of a Pound a Week
At Iv lait Iia hat a uag bsls) ought
to igait Ii tbseight I ks yours' If
liopt there.r r owe-tbing a rong with its
(1i4geon. Iz,01 Gi e. t i ct (.cmf lBab)
Ktii r Cure-11 stia'a fh and boyaoi
troiuble.. iAtds. eigcpsemu. stops fretful-
l guesel eu 1 htething babies Price-
et- ld .104' ld to) W M JulisMli
.\ 0c 1ttlatio, A Mre in i( fu lt t pure lpn es.
,aK llth. ~.uee e.ueii r, nsj,&aiwd
re 4 1isl 4o IA61 mt l piod~ ll.II I*u to# dalte $51104
'sotii I S c i k ht.] ii..c oap% hasif lii it

l'ee.41,11 i lTA r i P. a msf.if
M OJI 6.3 .911101l ,* Iiu, re-mbults frozen
-[,riesa cosel. dp %%it et iltasioc the, luislo
.11,41 l. 416%#1411 1,11I'livfiuiaiouia g A it ioi
, fio a t, IfG. It a !P) 1111.12PI Clig $$JAMSo 1 %ilag
Itfi- g* asl4e Veole-) mfloure y ad Tia
* Ia. I, t ..aitgatiiisi Ic aruuful druge J
W. Nit CuIlumu .& Ik 4


Nature Gives Tinmely Wamrin That
No oaiGneovle C1itm1e Can
AIllrd to ignore.
DAN.GER F (; .Ai, N I ( ,i..
from the kidney t*-(srtlnr Th.y sill
arnm you shen the kidney. are strk
Well kidneyws exnctre a cekar. amber
ilid' 8Sick kidnie'. s I ld out a thin.
ialet and foamnu or a thick. reml. III-
,ni'llin lvrine. full of p ni r g:lar of ga.i -aSig
IDANG(tR .SIiNAI. N) : crimes
from the back liak liltis. dull and
h.n'ey. or a.iarl and acute. tell you of
,ick kldnets, and amrn you of the ap-
lirach of dropsl diabetes and
ipr'ght's dl ea". Imrn's Kidney Plls
cure sick kidneys and cure them
permanently. Here Is proof in the
statement of a nearby resident:
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore. Madison ave
aoe. Stake. Pla., may: "For ome
time I sufered from dull. nagging
backache and distressing paJna
through my loan. I cold aot rest
well and arose In the morning feeaUn
tired and worn out. My kideys were
shlggih and the aecretl very un-
natural. I at length proered D a's
KdMey Pills and they gave me the
desired relief promptly. I have stec
bee free from bakaches and ppalm
through my lotns and my kMilys are
normal. I am feeliag better general-
ly sad give DI'ms Kiey Plls the
o1r alto by all dealer. Price m
OitL. rostr-MllUrw Co.. BDhlo
New York. sole agents for the United
Remember th ame-Doa4'---ad
tae so other.


Will Commene Putting en the Paving
Material Teday-Trel Are
Seing Remeved.

From Friday's Dally Sun.
The work of pavlng Ks-tl lltoindair. from EaLt Mail to 'Pl,.la-a:it
will be commenced this niornlit a: .d
('. M. ell. superintelidtit of lthe
itrieet department. say' lie holes to
complete the sork slthin about two
For several days a force of men
have been engaged in Iradnl the
thoroughfare and are now removing
the trees and other obstructions from
along the line of sidewalk. which
makes an Improved appearance snace
it has been opd ap.
A cement gutter will be placed
alone the thorouhfare on both the
north and outh sides ad the material
to be used s gravel. clay and sand.
the road roller being used to get the
pressure o the material to make
When finished ths street will aford
a great convesnence to all partui
coming from that secto of the city.
and will prove especially advatage-
oa to the people of the North Gaies
vlle section.
Pedatral. cyclists aad vehicles
can now traverse thi route at all we*
mau aad mat be compelled to go
through mud and water, a has been
the condition on Pleasant street

Sums of One Dollar and upward will be
received on deposit in this department
I terest at the rate of 4 per ct per annum.



Do You Do Any?

If not, why not start an account with us now? The
Federal IRanking Iaws make every stockholder of
thip lamiik liable to its depositorn for twice the amount
of 4tock owned. Add to thil the management of
afflirs Iy our tttici.iit offlic.r and diretors. ialo the
regular il iole('tionli y the Natinal Bank Examiner,
ind you eain feel secure in placing your account with
this liank.
I't l- -6W -- py 4 p ri "i nI i p

Thi Frt hatiul l i I AC
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We Lhve never dlimed that S. S S. Wv am d a W
wonders, nor one that would cure every physical det m or dl .
More than forty years qo it wplced on thee arket and rsooMM
as a blood purifier, and today, er a long ad -ucces-M u aw, -
when its use has become amINt univer only te same b-1om
is made for it--Ithi is a cure Ibr hose ie-ses n disrin iN
from impure or polluted blood. Time makes no m-akm, ad
very best recommendeton of S. S. S. te thMat ho mood a* Is
test and is now more genaely aWd, ad h the IM M-- rW
greater number of people u my e er ood ood mol
The blood is hme mon v Mroi oW; @m y ao wIs
musee, tisauc nd aine of the bi dn i Wmhr Wan I=
uMnis" to these o dIreUa1 mebtedbo h%&P i to
preserve the. ad ea ib li smI*
paf.tkr war dl" So
iog as tohe d rblode h.. h.u.. e
iniectown we are I otecape d i-o ft"

pri i I r f i a saim
dons, s m o owe *lA O di leo a@ on % 01001b" f
ifevson ccdo m a us t ofpe at- ^Mua p SS sS

~nd b ade Rleummma
em hubMr,o o ir pwiy d- or illsi

SomtaiBOW BoM od d S M blood -- d Idou tdlh I w -- dw 'WW M
ie cauwr sedmaL1aed bald M a oosor ukms s

Sodiresaon, (Jicor te e am a be 1wsd__
he0 blood mu e pro b-- me t e a bedy mueM Mb ie
Io S CS., ar r d ail K- A l a0 i-,

oS. S. is a neioblo od pri ar mid m
of the harless juices and euam a1 nusobf '
sl ed curative ability, and bei se h ml
absolutely n *k medicine Pry yyag Ior d.
circulation removes myr and aa --
poison. It hobehm amd enic t dma
Cont0i. moutl, Bo Pote- I -i ia--
permanenly reCmaism % S nd

is *t mo reliable d at th Urn a S1 a
cine for tse whose blood he beus an mubv
Anmeni., Ulriora orsamebe HsI M r 4 #
A lsPrlr s eIs Mdd --- I
good reAs J BookonftdeMld md
ouden i o r md at i-- -v o Ii s -" dr mo

sae aIOOu R or 1 U Uy -
S 6 6 ^ 2 .r .1w
3 9.M *-*- -D *W *-- --i- ---y ^
niU c1n1v Ml,*d Tlf** ItrJ!lll

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Fo r
= SNus MWn
6*Wmw dd amplar

= It a of tINKem.
up son heban&
pa-qo Po~po a as)
Ift uo do d oft

UM A t m Win is
a t go of di h

a S be6 rob r
ft preemes mo ad sMne

As l wtm mi MdoS Ish
~iY:- Ia ftew" Pemb a row(Sl

is 46 e s "Mthat
S dSere he am esjwmernt.

f t "own apesed amlero&
ad a h"ad ofstha adrrn ss
Ob lo-ft pe. thebriht sidethat
4" ee od M&sai evalomt in

rr rrr

mW hems ma mm lsm.

**A P*e g*l aBm l ea
Wha et Ir lees am at a
"eMr wa t let a e
SAmeub a r i t o had as dm sp
we ----I-r Saxt-
ou amr.e r to Naotr to bay
A W air whega tbe tax
'WIet to the p er irl to tl
ASme wedal e hber l ot,
And mash her seba neaft of Ilax

"Wben Mary aw the girs design
Me Wraight ,eam h o swear
Shed mahe her buy both woeland tax
O let um leg so bare.
"and ms dr a ored: Ptect Reform
La Iaper weal la free
N X an ep her h both warm
What wiU eoaoearag me*
"fe It was doeo, and people said
Wherr that peeoor girl west.
One lg was warm with wool and one
WMb h6 per eML.
"New pal to Mary ad her lamb,
Who dM the scheme vest
To el er~e m af a ra to wool
And emebalf hs per cenot.
"AS bem, too. to Mary's friend.
And all protective cts.
That clothe the dh In real wool
And wrap the poor in tax."

Married fe would be happier If peo
pie just bealgins it would. In many

Seases. be more cousiderate of each
t e ater ot The Sa has ga*e to other sometime the > ounG E ffe
J- O take up als duties as commacee with being a dome.sti tI)
- Sesio4 r from Alahua eoty,. rant, and while at Brat the. ti ran)
ad be wwldM be plead to have hl may be loud humuoredl)> xrill it o mu
110e of the preaw favr hi with because distaateful aud ull|le'-a-aut
Sast an a coamiaal eopy ef their ,las fellows And almli.-r*ineU. th,
-e m he may akp I 1 h with youngh bustaud is Iun fault in tIl Iti U oo
e dlaito I abe Sce. He will alau lordly" and in u g with fth
b Wad to bear fro any l f i legitimate sphere of theb ift.. do
ddLe rlha e to say matter of aesUtle life LoAsing ooprat.hi anud
l a wMhich ths ay take aeldrat m IIIr p-'t frh tI i and
a s amee j make for happisies

(I~ ThMeW.
@por VOW of X"h wdbm
L t*too am I'ow
S--- ad dmr -C
L ma mobw &t --ro
mto a seoms
am 16 we sebb b
a~aa ~-L w a"~ To"
-w ft am orwesnt
WS eft beuso ms ap
d a m O a Belw-I tho 40=

.woo sm1in hebwomm:
by maerame eoemt

somw IMWea. TheSoto= mu
pook of tdemm beliego he pme
-ow bag ow raft wfthsuS
ftn. I hm am* te !eIt y"
00 m dbm B heW a tuba
I U Rom el v at.ov "
go*war Governor, who wns
WM mere eedOwr tifer is ei
'~4 saying: 'i met e
P m m so people boelIeNeheprm
011 6I o n ispli mIuw
m so Wmmfwed owe thm t
1 so -WEhe do I ee
i gft fw b baehm 8888A 8.
ad "the Woo he my OW toi
toeswam r fethI" paty iK I
a 4he bm whee pernehin
am to be mseedd.
the b Ia-- smd eaat l d
fm bepom s "m hebbh
ivw~rIms wEY a
as ad we wo lb do

ba oft.mesaboom
Im who some
Sao as o- ad ahplverm
rL S. indy Owee .

the Bjeue 4 at em heW MmI u
oa- Mm bb t ea
on 16 wer doed of

ombdtlAbfm i
wft e_ dber brm--
10 aw Ube vkm bthe pow-
md ha u hs o --Md
peamedmI ah (et he evm
wow* f in NuB saft
mom bbbin ifth ,eme
od amm Imboobe swim"a
bebd Sm bOft f he regftd
-um -e u JMW W"ehe wf h

Smr hrmf bedn bee
9 r me er YI f I" soekmIthK
w smlwd mwith ofof ber.
14NO Same" Sinm mlean
"-0 G* Smmis. 6
Wme Pr

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ATLANTA, Aprtt -At suarie yew
I terday Georgia ete olst r
I of beeavievlt koe system. Proem
em ad of the name to heb ether
ireds of bem bela Wereled

t tfhe eo ay beat ef ae l-g kLB,
kft e -ml a- Gemts001' M nl
lm ta eSond at hash sad eomme

l ci a tfaeade, whoe ptra a eI -
sd meam de me ded mleea a e --
l: ot hm Deck ad its De al
at d-oof knul Md U theoState

de di to aeMl this f ae a whit
a eoas-blttt a O st las dof

Sthem -o r a Mm roeau
I heeanewe mat e oGaeecttda .f
"ht yeeroday aalag. whs the con
viast wee r-11 a ta th eeouaties
asr whdc thdo ab es bhad boa oeim.
ted. Meet of the reo rtmates are
Iak- of a lew slaer of eate lMmoe.

Ia t gd eeS M ted a wit

the eteeaded lad Ltd le oacks r a
ak M- -re .

Inio their amw o rters.
tP evat W reams museatas weoh .
110 oT t a edoies sees wsad
Mau Mapstet 6 dato mi ro

adeor re a-,'t l1 te
1 c1t0 r ofaIMee g Ca to s

A sdll has reaeUtly bee introduced
Ta Congress, o s p wrertaUe
ofarteo at se to de Ar ro thof

reduatos to be made. lsti Alabama
ve. instead of nne reresetativs;
Arkansas ve. Instead of seven; Flort,
Mh two. stead of three; G.rgla six.
listed of eleven; listataa tour. ian
stead of reves: Mississippi three, in-
stead of elsht; North Caroalu seven.
Instead of ten; Texas thirten, Inlstead
of sixteon; Vlrsglni sevea. nstead of
tern; Sth Carolinas three, instead of

Governor OGlchrist is to be corn
mended for his a e in Ihaving Judge
Palmer cavene a special term of
o ak t allahassee for the trial of
the ko who murdered eon coun-
ty s worthy sheriff

. %a ate O ees nmereus It this
sets a r several weeks. The plast.
r hav at smered for showers this
spritn. It lo clmaed by som that
tW wMsteIn tfLw r he 1N km
rbe grta q thau tt of tLe atire

Th eepa of various kldn are ftow
g rftpdly adt th project are
getM brihAter a t he sppng ma
s draws ear. The creae la al
most every lse is larger this year th
several of te hg b ebool students
left S day tor Dade city, where thy
will take up onrmal oares. Meees.
Osgood Howard and WlU Carltou and
Misses Mase Cassels and Emma
Warden were amosS the number who
will prepare to tech. Mis Sallie
Randall also departed Sunday for
Stake. where she will continue her
studies for two mouths.
Miss Vera Curr. one of the assist-
ants In the high school, left Sunday
moratf: on the early train for Colum.
bia. t C.
Ml.: Elsle Relnoebl. one of the
teach. ru during the last term of
school. went to Helleview Monday on
a visit 8he will go to her home at
8tark, n a few days.
W Cro by and family of (ltra
atteal., th. crloing exerciser of it,.
high <'h Irriday and Saturday.





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It you PAY I*vw Y441 :- -1)-it ,,k ilf.
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Not g Dcrop of Alcohol
Whtbafltd"? A insichw *#t ain wrawv
or bw of Owhuob sp s m Clog
A msds t*A dAusvor cdw unhIalh Y action to
aecth rd Nm the hd "Ioni cd alteighe"?
It m Maothe Smlife
a ymuowndoctordam about. N ak

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Cleeilq Eneee AeA Mea" t Se-
eowul in Seeers Hieoy.
ISLAND GROVE, April .-TL-* s-
land Grove high school enjoyed one of
the most swrcestl series of closing
exercies la Its history on riday and
Saturday. March 26 and 2. For a
month the able teachers of the school
have been prepartng for the close. and
the way to which the people received
the various mbers of the entire pro.
grm attested the succeed of their ef-

A bi pcalec diner ws enjoyed ao
the school gron Friday, and the
aftersoo was gea ever to speaking.
Messes. Wlatler. Tlompo and aw
delivered short addreeee to a most at-
teative audlee-.
Dr. CaroUT, eler of the Frtret Bap-
tist eabeb at Oela. pave a met In
I HI and htrut ive lMture ftr-

81Me of d Se th." vit: e, tlFber
ItYM and LmAe.
The -eteremest saturday ve
ws a me-ahle meeos. Several drlls
were mented very skltuly. ad the
artllpts owed earofl traeg.
Short, spley dtaleoe were heartily
reevecd ae a mock marriage brought
the -dtese to its feet Mr. Wille
va*s suddenly appeared n the stage
a the oet ,ae of a negro. being soon
followed by Messrs. Boulware and
Shaw. representing the negro brtde
and grom. respectively. The 'par.
ma" read the ceremony of bi high-
meading words and the crowd went
wild with laughter.
The high school has been under the
direct of Priclpal W. r. King dor-
aS the sesaa Just losed. Prof.
Kl was ably aslsted by Miss Rein-
Ohi of Starke. and Mil Curr of Co
umbla. C. The reports show mue
adva-emeat In the student s ad all
the patra s emed pme- with be

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Iig Vote Wa Well esttfred Dewn
the Whole List-Only a Few
Mere Day of Cemaet.

Following I the standing of :he pj.
noo contest candidates:
Miss Doran Ellis. city........ 1.73#.4:.)
Missl Hesse Duprw. city .... 1.714.Mwt
Miss Catherne Halle. city... 1.271.541
Miss Florrie Strickland ...... "4.62I
Miss M. Daughtrey. city..... 242.;0
Miss Mary McCormlck. city 124o...
Miss Alma Feanell. city...... 84.99.
Miss Nannie Dickison,. city.. 77.59.1
Miss Mabel Sanchbe. city.... 7.8A35
Miss Julia Carter. city ........ (2,720
Miss A. Groff. Newberry..... 3.000
Mse Estelle Real. city....... 33.335
Miss A. Strickland. Walo ... 32.14
Miss Jessie Evans, city...... 31.9',
Miss mma Hdson, city .... .30
Mis Anane Bevlle .......... 2.815
Mlm tvena Stat. Waldo ..... t220
Mrs. A. Ware. High Iprings.. 15.455
iss OodSe Lambet. city.... ,.470
MIs LIUste Sbepard, Ben... LAS
Mi rK Carltom mkIeCo... U
Mrs. A. W. areat........ 4..67
Ml M. Pr mands. ety ..... 4.2
iml Mary Tll Ca fty...... a."*
KMi L. ander. Hawthor... 8,
Mis R aby Alrht......... Ue

Notion f r C -mm t.l.-
L Joe Turlpseed, hereby give motee
tat I will apply to the Board of State
Pardons far a coautln of my sea-
temae ffors fory. for which I was con-
vieted and sentenced at the fall term
of the Circatt Court of Alacbua county
and sentenced therefore to counrement
la the State's prison for the term of
four yards. JOE TURNIPSECD.

Fire Saterday.
An alarm trom Box 43. located near
the old Pla lot. at 13:46 yesterday
brought the department out with Its
usual proptaes. The Sre was ds-
covered to be the roof of the kitchen
of Owes Lloyd and was extlUegted
with little traoble. The damage
amounted to lees than U
If M ave h eas ad sawmu a me of
It l I a time diop Wnes mh*me


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And Exposition of HN

Never in the history o
ate and great display of al
every great MN-nufacturin
have carefully marked the
bestowed on this store--tl
offer that no other store ol

Consists of a General
apartment offers attraction
Parlors we mark all goods
ments; thus it enables you
ducted department at LOI
enced help and manageme
fact that we receive many
for our superb work aud o

In the Great
We have every novel
makers and right up to th4
plete and extensive assort
of all kinds. We challenge
half as many correct and f
more wonderful is the 5MK
Tailored and Lingerie Wai
and Summer Suits and Dr
our Beautiful Tailored Ski
all at such prices that it m

real fashions of today.
Every day this week v
Laces, Hosiery, Ribbons, G
be made often, but come e
please you and you'll profl
Monday and Tuesday that
Sun Shades on Tuesday.

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i Fu Tred Ready t Wear Mb

Easter S al eprba

f this magnificent store has it contained suoh an Sdabo
1 High Class Merchandise. Our buyer has seemed fro
g Center the most elegant Novelties to be had ad we
am underpriced in order to guarantee the greatrn-
hat at NO OTHER 8TORE can you secure suoh
s is truly a store of values and the ABSOLUTE OGUAB
[ON with every sale, is the best advetisemea t we a
fers the inducements the G. W. Hyde Oo. onr.

r Great Easter Sale
and Special offering in every Department. ao& [ 1
s that cannot be matched elsewhere. In our lW
the same low prot that we do in all other Dps
to purchase M ilner in this ma floentsad wd we ,.
WEJL PRICES than others who do not have the pruw
nt that our wonderful illinry Depart ha. m

orders om Jacksonville and Tampa spe volmna
ur correct styles.

:Ready to Wear Department

lty that Fashion demands secured from the l aing
Sminute---not a Store in the State that carriem so oom-
ment of Fine Suits, Shirt Waists, Coats and Underwear
e the State to produce half the display, and to show one
ull fashioned garments as this Store does, and what is
ALL PRICE you can obtain them for. Our collection of
ists were never so good as now. Our grand line of Sprin8
esses are a revelation to all who have visited us, and
rts shows an unprecedented collection of the late makes
we will run special sales on White Goods, Embroideries,
loves, Dress Goods and Silks. The announcements will
ach day, you'll find surprises awaiting you that will
t thereby. Special Embroidery and White Goods Sale
is unparalleled. Special offering on fine Parasols and

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aad f a Ce. Wiam L. Pitcber, has
a tetal passeugr t uabering t37.
. The MiClu. mder the command
t Ulet. Cel. Millard Wat has
a atal of Mt passeegrs walb ta-
eaim a empar of eNgieers, oicm
a a)@ miifa s"d th elvil *m
-l l of t a y. Al the sal-
lN fat bees ipped aboard the
iwe"e S"mea Priremo. whieh

A aPep Memaed s m board l
slo, wmew pis adom#oa ur New.
P" nw at We- *day. Mele-
eal bawr Mwthi manl rewe

-'mi a llai ree

wmn at wn ersaofthe
Amam -ee-- reaa mI i-nedat.

ai Oa nlnr a wimtw -

a a ha, rrsseLme as as aU k.
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am 1 % Water prr ure was
pr w. a as d a waer- eaa"ed aO
Ieby bks the beo. s prIse
W-O Od eeer& Astle s wlame
aWed s e bise the m aof the
- p e Case&t an they rIead

"tar es ae take u at wa" and
Ift -lr g the eehli barsw
aso b-lam were w rsher hom r

Sa bweed bolig will be rebuilt.
Mel. dvea aamig deective wiring
as She M, a d pleem the loss at
,WM0. Thbe burd bl building were
r peted i 187 al d 1is.

Dwe s the spria everyone would
ob bube takifg Poley's Kidney
emmedy. It fTiaehem a Needed toaic
* the kidneys after ft extra strai
rt witstr. and i parle the blood so
demimee the itaWerie from it.
Pftwey Kldsey Remedy imparts new

The b e ard Peimaslte' Assoes-
ti v held their asa ul cosaeaou
is JaOkaealle April 13. 14 and 15
We aftte wonder bow any perso
eas be persuaded iat takian anything
bet role's aoney and Tar for coughs.
colds and lUn trouble. Do not be
tooled into accepting "own make" or
other sbetituts. The genuine con-
laus so harmful drus and is In a
yellow package. J. W McCullunm &


lorida Agricultural Experiment Sation

The comme OOUatto lr mola phis (Api Igosypll). plaattlose, or
gro I. has bees reported as feedllg apon more than thirty different
species of plates. All but two or three of this number either grow wild or
ar ealtivad to PorM. The foUowing list of food plants contains those
meet comm-ly foad: mol.s, eauembers (and other plants of the same
buat), eat okrm, a s meows, citrus. bh bean. pear, clover, strawberry.
areS woed, worm mornlin glory, spinach. begonia and Jamestown
Iseeticfides Recommended.

A good grade of tobacco dt applied dry by hand or by a powder
belews or bwer, while the pleats are mot with dew or ain. or applied
as a decoctik Ia water, is regarded by many in Florida as the best direct
reedy tor all kid of aphids. Whea applied by hand the dut should be
thrown s that t wllU strike forcibly the part of the plants where the aphids
lve. In the ase of cucumbers and similar crops it is quite Important and
yet dffcult to et much of the dust to lodge on the under side of the leaves.
yet after some practice this can be accomplished in a measure by giving
the dust a strong throw sideways. Tobacco decoction is made by boiling one
pend of tobacco leaves, stems or dust in three gallons of water. It can be
amed stroll r if seeessary. The liquid extracts of tobacco on the market
are also useful against plantlice and other softbodled inIects. When r J1
dry, the fIer the dust the more efficient it will be: it will adhere L.viter
*wh haie. ad i more likely to lodge In the breathing pores and other
vulnerable parts of the lasect than a coaroe dust. One should purchase a
good grade of tobeco dust, preferably some standard brand. Cheap to
bacco dust i likely to be useless. having been leached or adulterated.
Keroene emulsion isa regarded by some as the standard remedy for
plant lee. Disolve %lb. of soap in a gallon of water, and when boillin
hot add two gallons of kerosene (away from the fire), and atr or otherwise
agitate violently for ten to fifteen mir.utei. For use against plantlice dilute
this with 1 to 20 parts of water.
Whaleoll soap. one pound to 6 gallons of water. sla tated to kill readily.
sad is frequently employed as a spry against plantlice. If the kerosene or
whale-oll aop Injures the leaves add more water Other soaps and soap
powders have been used with good effects.
For praying such fat-lying plants as melons and cucumbers, a short
extenso rod with the nosle on the upturned end of an elbow is necessary
in order to spray the under surface of the leaves where the aphids princl-
pally live. Some have found it more effective to have one person lift the
vines while another did the spraying than to use the upturned nosle.
Again. the vines could be turned over on the ground and sprayed, and turned
back again when Inished. The last two methods are not especially adapted
for extensive work. but will be found useful in the home garden.

Useful Precautions.
When we know which plants are subject to isfestation by aphids we may
save ourselves trouble and disappointment In regard to the rotation and lo
cation of certain crops. It Is evident for instance, that it may be unwise
practice to Ilant cucumbers. mneloiu. ctantaloUlme-. or other crops likely to
become infested lt Aphils gossypll. near (Itiun trees Then. latter nia) Lw
b.arlorhl.; tholme of them' al,, a;lid tI. ri .Lill Inlight lt. a rallied Infesltation
of the crop.
Aphid ili' e o ,-r o s ll %id plairs frtlin a m.auo to Manou., it i. therefore.
e-vid'iat that inuch ulia) 't. ; c''mtllaliat-.d 1) a thorough cleaning up and
burlnii, oxrr of the. rui d inal lniedliAtll) adjonii a the f-.ld lhich is to ItA
otLul'tl'd b) a tcri;p aul ,. t to attack 'Whil.e sub a procedure nilihtl not
altogether lpreanrt the infestattliui it would really delay It and reduce It
in amount Th"T og-'at'.i:oin on the ground to lw planted should ItH car.-fltll
plowed under, and ams t reen s tuf left uinsatmird should tle rnitilw,.\d adii
hurled or burnt to insaur.e lhe deotructiolii of all aihiid
Timely Preparat.-n.
When' u plit ti sohuo the effects of an attali k f ahld., it i
uIruall) too lute for renared ll naleaurel to It el.ecti-ve It. therefore tin
Ipotant that crops known to Ie utbjeit to serious lijur>) should bt reguljrl)
inspected at aIntervals of a few da.a and t(he f irt olbl-rt ed jre.e-lnci. (o
aphids should It the igunal for anl Ilnseticide ca'lliailKn 'he g rower should
bave cterythin ready to r 0i ait onc ie inlrie We ceeks' dlaj) or even leai.
spent in getting thb netFci.r> liise(-thIlde' asid iu-te hlieur ilua> iSean the looS
of a crop.

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who are afraid that
there is some defect in
their titles, and with
that for an excuse re-
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ts ate Clvi COurt. W JuIWreW MOW
A1orme roUst. Inrum-ls clemusg.-
jobU r0W"we, 3 a %Nowell Said J. .
*rSrplm-m.l IW iuju..gek mud Se Qas

S"Wie. Ie of SW deie eista sheoims eani.
IS a se.mldost of m Seb eat* V roev. hs5
a r e~ald -to (fte a' ftI*( VMes. I oVi
1141sto of 1-W. 5, 14whMat 0 e re ,stooI wIs
The M1te 1 19 11.1 It sa 4 h1 4- g a oseems
uspot uwh -et r od Md dmit adrivera. thMe
he IoverItie &.c 4 t fWet -~ years: It It
ttefrfwe4 1"10,109 1hat 'a -t dWM r em"% do.
'*"*adt be &W tbe I% hew' Itrevivired toi
pea ti Sbe MI; of Ci&sIsOW 5 t9 In
emu* as or botg Me Www the k Ihslkt of
A or i. A D. 31. tberwlsm th ellatwstess .o
I I a o il be takes asermedh b aWi do-
I w f rt ber t re d re ht Th 9h rder h ip pro b .
ar-ba ise 0 a eek It fist I~er euommetuve
wreek In the teisaowivlle No. a now
pav- pelkihed In maiht cisbty se State.
Tbb atysty
b. a. WIPMU31. Clerk f'resft Court
my U CMXIE. D6C.
A "c eapw of orviu
(seal) a. 1. WW 3.Ulm. (Cio Circft Oma
8 1. 14. HVR.D, C.
DWISON ald K. I. A UIP"N. Seetaroas a

In Noe Ire Court. htlif t Joel C PI rlu.
Alphes Comer Vkurisf -Is Chineett-
L 8 o.w vsas.h Soue--Order for
Pu"Mooess M hf or Divorce.
It apweottaf by011esvlt uppeaded so She hM
ON as s111e &bove at"" dO"emanHeassl
a i~.e. bhe del Sudmslit, roeb se b. i saws-
resident of O me Doe eof Flu. bet L s raar-
do st 6 1M s *.be Ise Issta e of Gesri. ad
In everldso w e ofw ese reears :sfII
fee8Us be a"d eIS her hi reotk" to
*new somse Mof C -Apidwed.4tosmal
Se ntas a s eWrm s Hidi. the 5t&o
of Aprl. A. D.OL UU suW~be Ushe-
Urns.of Sol I MviWbe takes a es fW 1.4M
At Is t, %brar o raesed MIS eide obe web-
Ono i eosee a weft fur fa ewoesmele
wosh Is Th Geres li le Sum. a awe
WOMB to "W Oakg. am. a 1tW
a 77 US. Clark etret kCaere.
A We r0' EiM A. CKV3S. D C.
A Wimees of oe
(Sowl a. 1 WIE"UB Cleft Chls COrWL
ft M 8 CEUVIS. D. C.
J. A. CAISLEA. SoMehow oer ta Coaplemus
NUe In thereby aives ish four week tf-
te She hw noube"am hereet. I. SoGudlss
of 00086 Pa"us. S alu. Wills
the Corn Juoe" .#A lA ueesuswVm'm
tors aSeder so ami Los, Ow. eC, nrh. ls Ml
Of this C4suW Of orkwile.FMerida. for the psi-
of Ipausl A jo8s o"hetcaty r1 ofus"me.
Wepret moo ar"e M as eruaose.
alum. b1LA. JACKSON.
asob LmW eordles of Useo Pattersns.

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Had Heard Some Talk of Lynching
and Appeals to Law-Abiding
----- nI

TAII.AHASAKE. April 1 -The. f ,
lowinxJg pr I, latln tion .I;t itru-d \ ttr I
day morning by (;ov (;ilchrist from the
executive. offie.:
"In the dischargeo of his dutyt Mr.
W. M. lAngston. sheriff of Leon coun-
ty. was. on March 19. killed from th.,
effect of a gunshot wound. The' negro.
Mick Morris. charged with the mur-
der. was arrested in Georgia. March
29. and Is now In Jail.
"Judge H. H. Palmer. Judge of the
Third Judicial district, has been di-
rected to convene a special term of
the circuit court. In and for Leon
county, commencing at 10 o'clock a
m.. Monday. April 5. for the purpose
of trying the said Mick Morris.
"There has been some talk of
lynching. All law-abiding citizens will
at once recognize the disgrace. If any
such course were pursued. The said
Mick Morris will be given a prompt,
taIr and Impartial trial. As a priMoa-
er he will be protected. He could not
be lynched without the loss of the
llve of good. though misguided citl-
eas. Should anyone, through mis-
guided seal bring discredit upon the
laws of the State. the Judiciary and
the chief executive, and disgrace upo
the county of Le., and the capital
city, they will be punaised to the ut-
most. As a preventive of such. I
therefore call upon all law-c.: .ing
cttlseas to asist the sher f' je
execution of the law, and In L,. vent-
tag any unlawful acts.
"I testimony whereof. I have here-
unto set my hand and caused the
great eal of the State to be affixed
at Tallahasee. the capital, this the
thirteenth day of March. A. D. 19M.
"By the Governor, attest:
"Secretary of tate."

MERCE. Pa., April l.-Mrs. Hel-
en Boyle. wife of James H. Boyle, kid-
napper of WlUle Wltla, was arraign.
ed before Justlee of the Peace Thomas
McClain at this place yesterday.
charged with kidnapping.
She entered a plea of "aot guilty"
and was held for the action of the
grand jury In the sum of $25.000.
Her husband waived a hearing at
Sharon Monday and is held In the
Jail here on a similar bond.
Names Caoes Confusien.
Robt. N. Owens. who has for many
years been engaged here la different
vocations, but principally In the dairy
business, desires that his friends all
remember the fact that he is not the
man who has been sentenced to hang.
neither is he In anyway related to that
party. There is some similarity in
the initials and this. he claims, has
caused his many friends to think it
was he that was In trouble.

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Came Ift PoMesksian by Chaeo asd
Will Irnprvo It WitMin th

It Is rumored tnat W. C. Moore I-
todds to erect a in bulas" block
on the old Jefford lt. loatd o the
corner of the Governmem t building
The Informaton was secured from
a gentleman who has beeo In corre-
spoodence with Mr. Moore. but be did
not state the exact time that be would
commence the operations.
It wa stated that he would erect
a building there suitable for offce
puriyoes for the top floor and have
store rooms on the lower part with
large glass fronts, the corner having
a view from the two streets the same
as the Hill building.
Mr. Moore, who is a son-in-law of
the late Mr. Jeffords. came into pos-
session of this valuable property long
be-fore the latter's death, but the
transfer to him has been only recently
made, which further Indicates that he
will uwake these IImprovements



NEW ORI.EANS. La. April 1 The
I 'lted State Circuit Court of AI-
1 -alp, ha. dil il*ed a re hie'arinig In their
t .I-< of tIn I i ,nrs iit aga ia It I' W
lalriiani iid HieLbrt (;Gllghth r l ho
a r'ro (ii~ lllti ll aid li en I lalta
- \,rit l In l i -ttrat of Fl'ir lda ,on ti ll
I ih Ia 1 i r, I' .ll. age
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Preparation* Have ien Under Way
fer smnetim hrf This Much-

needed Imprwovment.

The Atlantic Coast Line have' crm-
pleted arrangements to relay the-ir
track from Gainesville south and will
commence work on this improvement
within the next few days.
Mat rial Is already arriving for the
proposed changes and It is rumored
that work will commerce ext wek
and continue until they coaect with
the West Coast lie ear Brooksville.
The rail that ra beea Ib ae lemn
the Florida Southern branch of thi
system es omderd too light for
the rvice it was pertfohnrm and the
offale have order that sevety-
pound teel rail he placed tlhs d -
Jast what the CoWt ine Imtmd d
Ing by Increasing this rall is "at
know. but appearaucea Idicate that
they Intend either ruana more traes
or expect to have coMsderabe heavy
hauling along this rote.
It will probably be the me s d
having some of tk extra lar and
heavy tralnm r via ths city Itead
of Iotin via the Wet oast a bas
been the custom fr te pat verbal
years sad It is known that whes a
rush wa onm it ortin tras to
Tampa ty w e r over th Wet
Coast prilpnally Usp this Ronad
thp rail here beita too Mgt for the
extra large engines.


An Extra Meath MHa kMen Gblran
Pine Essriees.

WINDSOR. April .-The eatertasm-
meat give at Wladsor by the pupls
of the school was a grand succea. It
was attended and highly appreated
by the patros and people of th eor-
The program was of a vared ad
eatertanlalag ature and was as fol-
Sog-"Happy Greeota."
Recitatl. "Trials of a Sebeel
Mar"-'-velya Story.
Reeltatia, "How Mll iMtth Helps
Things Alo"--Nda Latdimer.
Dialoue--"The Touag Teasber."
Recitation. "A Boy's Pocket"-Ru.
sel Thomas.
Recitatl,. "Those DImples"-Pft
ay Story.
Recitattlo. "Little Blo m"-AgPee
Dialogue-"Cbhetnuts Are Ripe."
Rectatioa. "Ia School Day"-Pearl
Song-"School Days."
Dialogue-"Bashful Y loun Man."
Music-Violin solo by Master Guy
Hanf. with guitar accompalment by
Mrs. A. J. Hant.
Recitation. "A Similar Caae"-MI.
nerva Thomas.
Recitation. 'Watching for Crumbs*
- Kathryn Latimer.
Recitation. "On the Oate"-Madge
Dialogue-"Mice Play."
Dialogue -"Red. White and Blue," in
Bong-"Columba, the Gem of the
Recitation. "Curfew Must Not Ring
Tonight"-Minerva Thomas.
Recitation. "The Ghost"-Mro ILati-
kHitation-Mrs Maude King.
PialoKgue "(,ig to Mauro "
Thi- Il.amant affair ended with a
rwx.l fifteen minute's
'llrhe .cil Ihon-s r doews not close
ilt l nce- ar our mortlh r-ulierhistelident.
Ir .1 I. Kll%.\ has Kruntled an eitra
ioIthill, for halileh ae are \. r% Kgraultful
Mr II i lAtimer conlltinu.- an
t'-ach.l r

A Knocker

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wme I e peepSf Lthw -I a
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is qea- hrimeeha
If my wlIm durig th -w P
ba b '1a s1 I 310*0W
per ad vets se am&k i eya
mwhk Iseems& I W
premier the- es a I wI bm

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PAkle I -ma n@mf ow 0W

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POR TA A k- lOR.
To th Votn some th cr f 1GaIN

I r-cogetfany amas -m seM a
madIte hr City Tax Anssesr hr
the year 1 wHavg bee Ta AM
sessor ouwr yIer I am kt w e
pared to the ea.k a' my reeed
will show, the city asesemeao t ha
lag been tIcreased l that Utime b
a Uttle over aWO to over 1,AWI.
I was preveted tCfm runaing r th
orIee last year w n M ot of sdla
and now respectfully eet year
vote. W. M. RADWORD.

To te Voters of OGalesvte:
I hereby announce that I am a a*
didate for re-election to th e ois of
City Tax Ausesor 1or the year 19,
la the electUo to be hed April the
13th. ad most earnetly rest you
all to give me your vote and support
for the posltie.
Thanklag you fo yor past endorse
met. I rema. Ton rs very trly,
L. IL001lON.

Not"i" of Ap tl en for *SpM ll
Notice i hereby give that applied
tion will be made to the Lgislatare
of Florida at the regular sesito to
counene at Tallahasue on April Ith.
A. I. l 09 for the enactment of a
law prohibiting the sale of Sea island
or upland cotton t the seed In the
county of Alachus during the mounths
tif AufUii. tktl,.tu.ber (Chtober. No

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ameinT What, b 9W 1so"dmh
Io ameTWad mw mw tpea a yOtat
ose"I al W.. W. Opim mIreetdo*

I, L *M.. aw ,e af Atanta.
o. WI ab Ibeen spmtn the past
m ea defr Is whr her tfriehs.

i IF~. Weri. ad P. H. Chase
S or MW Twk CYi.
alg be a some 1 etr the t a
sees It Yho e to a cInla a to
l--. i u- rm. .
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bIms me s omWmI o
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wan r smems twu W* smia"l
PrtwdM. MeMu. oerwU
ib .e eh m.
---es-, so a* S ImoNWlt is

e ~b .e wife wo the
ea mee d eVOODO Ove bees be"
ge imoamt er sie Lm. He

g t tat be te dmtset it
L 3 W4110 hdbr kssper
C. W 6. a 11 o6 A4at U sucrly-

Iadsedoad hye maeBa" be wp
O. a hie bamSoa a Rddeem

e. ILa andesp alhmt a to ldos ty

1w tA I.roo. L m t a weartelr.

tliS erty .l&y amoIa the ftlr Ia
tlu bef cyl > ttleetd >
IP. bL hbeAbr di wife o hr the
ti &W ILd. have gesmd to their
.be.e am t' st g hereto. He
ert' r theU M. eO. -padsmu.

prt vii ad se llase aisd be upwas
lu with the city d

the m tmu eLbNOWs mie eer. He dof
Se aeit to be the eo tad towa. I.
0.0. 1t.rmmd Wyeterday from fUv
(mL wow*r bteutula a Rbeh
-P sTueay t. a sied by
um Mr. Ia.dssmeOdto. They
roS rd wiemls u@ mI mmcourm Is

I L 1SoReald rwife ofda is-

ias tom el. hv the ewlm y to their

Mrs. J. IP. McDomell of W llto
Ibh after a shot rl here to the s brother. A. 0. oSteeburs.
Mr. tW. eur wasor Al shrly a ruc u-
far vis itr tof the city. t this w his
dm Y" Init sm@ e and be was
agresly surbeaen i th te c ity e r d
tOnhme bay 1mpmadh bere. He de-
uh u v oe ob the ming nlerd town

Himah i w A the traders
sI the city wrst rda) and i

Hs u. T ow ,o memlwnr of thw .

Horn. T A. Ikake. we~mbe~r of the'

Legislature. was in trh city )-m-terda)
tie ill kete oa Mondas fur Trails
basse te tw pr.rmul at theI mu oblai
'uueductor Cartr of th. ('llrit lilKl
ttpriugt traisu *a ra lled of hi. runu
iet.-r1rda)) uostg t the r -riouum Illlrong
uf hisl le. lie left hiA train at IlIgh
Spriuln and returned uo No 3IV in
order to be allh the Iltieit
i I lIckbhan of C('taa\llt111ii' i A
isiltor to the citt) )citvrda) lit
plates that his ietlutis is aiow beill
vislltd by muore ralit thiaisi i*i- and tlhe Iarmuers luuld Illrk t ., It
a little aIur r ".ul) dlild-ld
Mrs 1t L Graham and IIIlt.I child,
who hate bee tslttiusl the laiinll of
Capt W U lAlckinalso fur wuul tuims
departed yesterday for lakrlasid.
where they will )uok Mr Graham i bho
is ow e aeted with tIhe rlpress
CuaalSay at that place
Claro e Welthelt, has re-turnted to
the city frm Nalvill. Teasm lere




Each Day Notes a Difference in Our Growth-New Goods, Bet-
ter Gcc ..nd Right Prices Are the Prime Causes.

WiLn in the Pa,; ;as BIen sGd-WLSON'S ;.i utre Wi k e Better


Fulard Silk Sits Just In
Beautiful Foulard Patterns

UJ urd
This seMon' most beautiful fabric-very
silky. Others ask 75e-ours lM

All color--A beautiful wash fabric

Wash ts $3.48 to $22.50
Elegant Linen and Linene Suits
at............ I.41. U. l MK a $ 4.-
Beautiful Three-Piece Suits, elegantly
braided and perfect-fittirig ..... $.1
See the Beautiful Braided Net Suits, just
new and very stylish effect-the latest
cut in coats... S.15.M 121.MU 122.56

I faMts'-CWMren's Dresses
ntir ne.w line. Wh:t and Ctr'olonr. In in all
ire from I to 14 year s Nkily ujwlr k n en rrtly
trimmnut. Pricri rumi. .94 1s.I. ; 'ri

New Val. Laes Jut In
The most extensive line Fine Laces, Em-
broideries and Fancy Tirmmings in city.

Has proved a winner. Have you ,een it ?
If not, aAk to, ee it. lie Td.

Wo Sits $15 to $27.50
Just the right weight for your summer
"going-away" dress. They are the very
latest styles and elegantly tailored. Priced
from.................. 15. 5327.5W
Oor aone ll ew amAl S oal valuIM i can li frumnl in
any tore. Noderately r .w,. Alterel aml
ruar*a' to fit

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he ha;. b4e for the past :everI. to have guests at all times, but
months. He is again connected ith especially to have visiting Daughters
the aM of J. Mana:e and would be with them when they are In the city.
piraiLd to ba ve hisa friud* call upou
him. a.. he hs sowtething "up his AN EASTER ANNOUNCEMENT.
sletve" to show them.


0legate l Iectd to U. D. C Coven-
tie at It. Auguste.
At the regular business meeting of
Kirby Smith Chapter. L'. D. C.. held
at the home of the President Thurs-
day afternoon, the following delegates
were elected to the State convention
ooun to con veint at dt Augustine: Mrs.
H. 11. McCretary. president; Mrs. L W.
Jackon. chaiiuan. Mlrs. Joe auuaa-
me. Mrs. A. W. Taylor and .Mrs. J J.
Williaims. alternates. Mrs. J It.
Brooks. Mrs. A. L. Jacklon. Mrb J.
M. Graham aud Mrs EIans Halle.
As the committee which had charge
of the memorial arrangements lucident
to the death of Mrs. J. E. Wainwright
had made a mistake in the date. the
rast Thuraday occurring on the firls
day of the month instead of during
the second week. as is usually the'
cae,. and the Missionary Borlety of
the Prst Haptist church having been
invited to joI with the chapter in this
service. It was decided to bold a spe-
eall nmcerlil service one evenliu at
ler the meeting now in progress at
the ltaptist church has adjourned to
pay respect to the chapter ex presi-
The credential comuinitt'. re'lorted
four credentials approved and read)
to be forwarded to thel State' HKeg.-
trar. belsdes .."-eral other that t hr
hoell.' t' h.a ** is before lthIe "* tion
%Mr W' It l)urst nanl .' '*

ed t' r mIlalnimt Iram i i ta il 'i* ita e"..
pitUl furl ilgheii d li't
coI'nl r'. ltll t l' tI, I *I '- *Ced M l the'-
ShIlapte'r anid th ll h j it >.* i t rit '. d to.
Uls thaleir h tliee l u Ill llI n, ii iltt I .T ftll r
tea h 1is1 IhA I.. eis 'l ll 6site
'l'he i'iilln lie l l o i4 .11.1 f. e litl llee
Ih,' l Iila itlltli d ll I I. h I ie IHl sI
to tI- gl 'ii I lll la- Ili alh-dtl l ll k
.ie' ited lId tIhe le .i.ilter eoer Ihe. ho nllef
tof tl.- kirlrt 1isli ~h.lhI l.riihip ll Ithe.
I'ntlt'rlt)> o l f 'lrida ftor lti e'lmiula
iear r'teM rei-d the pIla) -ll under
headway) am ll olie otf our lureailn, cit
14>)er rJ 6.'ll -i As 'iacket A*'1tl Sin aiid otler lur tliet- a tfmeni hIatve proun
ti. e to takl part The dull baby ln
dliei nlid ttliou> drill will b- a lromu
I., nt feature of the ei-ning s program
Th'l' c'halr was delighted to hal e
with erUi Mr. Judge 'Cou of Palatik
a preoinela t laughter of Paallui Au
derTuO ('haptl r and Mrs (lass of this
city It iI a ,ieasufr to the ihaps -r

J. Mainaee Invites Public to Call and
Inspect New Goods.
We le ie jur t recel\ted a line' linlr
of Kiratc'hauu'ac clothingg cuoirsliiliia ut
imrges. flannerl. asid worrteds. in all
the late I .hade,.. a:d style... and %t
would Itw- le-ii-d to l have \ rui.i;d and gil\. us a hl(tk We', i :
Aiir, ir \ u that the quality Aors,..i.,.
sltil,. lit aii.d raie.s are tight. Thre.m
celebrate d Kirschbiunsl .-uits ne\ 'r
fail to Kix"e satl.faicioin ,l wornl.
alwathYs worni ('Cnie and lsee us. t\P%
if not read) to buy we take great
pIleasure in showing our goods You
will al)a'cs be treated right at our
store Always ready to MerFe you
Hyde Co's. Iaster Announcement.
We call attention to the (; W H dde
'Co mIagnifcrent faster 8ale. This
euterpriing store is to the front with
the gKrande t dtqll.l of flie Eanster
muslini and ine ready-to-wear
gouds eer sbown in the South-in
fact. no New York store In more up-
Ito-date in its I(aointiienlts and the
hiIah clas' c illhectloii of high grade
**Auririg .Alolarel Eivry i(-intm euis to
tbe l.sle ted ith a iew of havlin the
Itwt that liitiinei ( anl bu), and our citi
eit-- :rsr 4-4 rtainl) to t~' congratulated
on liaitlK -ucth an ol(lourtuulity to s-
lect -heir *ants so conlvenienly and
so rea- siablly) We were surpried to
*4.. tlile grand lprearallonu for their
Krret Easter Sale. Visit the Hyde
to ', store this week

it It's printed statloery you wat
rhe Sun omce Is the place to get It






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8ALE-Duroc plgs. $5 each. L
WIllis. Evinston. Fla.

.-OR tALE--eed chufas. $3.00 per
bushel J. I. Hall. Orange Springs.
V'OK 8AIE Pair of good mules and
wagon. Apply to Jel Simon. in
front of Ihatton' Bank.

WANTED--600 red and gray live foxes.
Will pay a good price for them.
They are easily trapped. For prices
and any Information desired write to
C. H. Rufty. Catawaba N. C.

HOPPMAN. the celebrated German
coach stallion, will make this season
at Crawford & Iavis' stables. Terms
reduced $10 service fee. cash n ad


Ql'I('K KITORATIVE: for Iht man-
hod. Satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded. cw I|wr bottle.
bold by W M. Johnson

Want advertising rs a force which
you am harness. and wltb which yu
can drive your plans bud purpo.r
Io say desired 4estlUmat



Jas. H. tsioaa, pm.
a. Dazed, Vim-Puss

HI. Talkr, Cuaiarr
Ile iraLnm, Ai't Cosa1'r

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Established Over Twenty Tears
Capital, $10(i,(X) .00 SurplusI S.),I01(i.K

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