The Gainesville sun


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 002027045
oclc - 32993937
notis - AKL4635
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T. C. lrysat. who has btenn attnd
gIg court thi. ljrte-e-uI so-I go a jurnir
rosurgad to his buis h ). t.-rda ik I
states that bei to busily voiac'd %itt
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the money to be found on cur counters and you can always feel as-

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Martord Coma. Il W spon the
- mmer there bw t r.
I. Ostm ofa t -gl%,S. r
ad to 1 hus -em b Af er *'-
1 mospe t the P We*w .
trtwr Smith aof Kewerr. who to
amw Opratia a Wry A m at u at
bme. WW in te ety yesterday on

S ebes ta ofsumer mmae the a
thataIlm. as a vimar to iaswe

AlAbt DMe-grwr oa High Sputs,
whe "S or any yrs a.a-nM at
of Oalaevie. Is here etag his
am-- s Irtaendsa.
J. aIL Smta r, ae o the eterpris-
ag pslutom ad woll-too settlers of
the RoheLe sector. was aUmoe the
visitors to the cty yesterday.
J. W. May of Newtoerry. a exters-
lye merchaat of that point and who
is ase operating store at other
paces, was among the visitors to
the city yesterday.

The WUlm store has a new adver-
tisemmet In this lae to which atten-
tin Is directed. This ls the only dry
goods store I the city bauing votes
it the CoOperative Contest.
John Holy. the cattle man of Ar
redondo, *as auarn the visitors to
the city yesterday. He planted heav)
in vegetables the past season and It
now replalg onme of the benelts.

A Letter.
CGaioeville. Fla.. April 8, 1109.
Me -rs. Piter Bros.. City.
GOntlemie-1 won the frmt watch
In your "Pree Gold Watch Contest"
and I want to tell you that It is a
beaut y
It's an elegant Ute-keeper and I
alpireclate the gift very much. Your
plan ln giving these Sbe gold watcher
away every Saturday gives %er),ent
an opportunity to get one. Thankilu
)(u again fur this beautiful uatch
Your ,- % it .ru.

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found In the city.
Peetiful Matrr.ale

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te em del h w s th. Danty meaoi nd
Omtly med We e bovgeft ae of styae lhm

bDwrNlng Paqum ed Kimmose, .ry at styJle
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Prrem Snde s Dafy SUe:
J. .L Parde, a your white man
of Mteanopy who has been engaged
as rural carrier, has landed Into trou-
ble. the charge being forgery and
Pardee, it seems. knew that a cer-
tain check was coming and watched
for It, when be happened to "light
onto" the right letter and at once
brought the check to Galnevillle and
had It cashed here' at the Pirst Na-
tional Hank bf Ahssitant Cashier
The check was for $187.79 and was
draw n favor of Mrs. Martha E.
Smith on the First National lBatk
if Woodbine. Iowa. but the )oung
uan being well-known, did not ex-
,erlence te least trouble in getting
the bans her to cash It.
He was arrested by Deputy Mar-
shal Armw, the warrant being sworn
out by the postotice lapector of this
district, and his commitment trial will
come before Commiasl-ter Cushman
Monday morning, commencig at 10


Je SIBmml s is working hard for
a crowd for Kl:aiiast.Ltiua lu). which

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will be Ittilgly observed by the race
of Cedar Key and other sections at
the former place on May 20th.
The program as arranged will co-
sa of sack racing, tub racing. po
tato races, yacht ractn and a grand
maftm Sunday school picnic, the din-
ner to be served at the light houe.
Arrangements are now betn per.
erected for a special train, which will
be placed a bewee this tty and
that point for the occasion.
In't there something whlic only a
waLt ad. can do for you today?


FOR SAlE--Duroc pigs, $5 each. L.
1f. Willis. Evinston. F.
FOR SALE Iland-drawu heart cypress
shingles.. W W. Colsou, Court House.
FOR 8ALE--My $17i due bill which
ras awarded me In last piano con-
test conducted by The Sun. For
further partitulars address P. 0.
IIox J. Newberry. Pla.
LOST--Oae female hound ipp April
13th; color, blue with a black spot
across root of tall and both rars
black. Will tive a good reward for
pup. 0. ergson. Micanopy. Fla.
hood. f tisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded; 6fc per bottle.
Sold by W. M. JohasaM.

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REilding Will I e T ,r., Five by
;1.ty-Five and Cot. ...el fr

H. A. Pi( ket has a:; .. a ,!
tI"* tontr';ct l r t.. .. .1 If
building on E.ait ': .; ... t.
!ii. h Is t il,. 'I tt .
C. I'. llr. w.,r 'a- Ii *:. rd. -I t! .
conltla(t anlll hi : ,, 1 1.-. b i h k
and sai.-l f.,r ( .* ht- i ho
h1 :- to coi -i0 I k ,, ...t.
.ate. or ahs s5~ m a- .. .t 'ani I,<
cleared of thi r:il '.i tr1 r
rent fire nnd t',ni I. .t r. l I,.ac.d on
t e grot:n,!
The '.l'!ln< will be :' :; on..-stor:y,
h::t vl:l be larire and and af-
ford evrellptit facllttl- lfr the npr.
Iwrw for which It is t hoe built. It
will Le thirty-five by :'t-. n\ In
dimensions and will t. u-i hy lSher.
nian Weaver fcr t';e G(l:.eavlle
Steam Laundry, to" the hellM.
Ing destroyed by Are oa Isat Sunday
Aa the butldag will be wereted for
a laundry it will therefore be cam
strmted to meet the realrements of
sueh a buildiml. It will have a ce-
met or,. and whea completed Mr.
Weaver ataes that be wnll Istall an
of the very hteet meahwery that
ea be prehased, a large part of
whii has already been ordered.

ChambaertlN's Liimet.

This Is a new preparato and a
soud one. It is especially valuable a
a cure for obronic and meucular
rbesatism, and for the relief from
pain which t affords in acute Infam-
matory rbeumatism. Those who have
used it have Invariably spoken of It
in the highest terms of praise. Labe
back, lame shoulder and stiff neck
are due to rheumatism of the muscles.
usually brought on by exposure to
cold or damp. and a"e quickly cured
by applying this liai:nent freely and
matstaging the affected liarts. Sore-
ness of the muscle, whether Induced
by violent exercise or Injury. Is allay-
ed by th.l linimenit. For sale by all
Notice of Election.
Notice 1s hy giv-u that an i1h e-
tion aill ho he Id at Micanopy. In Slt'-
(tal Tax SubI,;ral I, -lr.: .Autnbe-rOt,..
on Tuesday. Ma) 1 th. A. I). 11,19 to
determine' who ,ha:l 1,' ioaJ Tru I et
for the- fl- .l ) :ar. 1. aiJ 1. id
the r:t'e of iiilla:i e to I .* (it I f r
the anxi,, iin :itioied ar<. 0. 1..
Feaster. S. 1. l('(, ; ,i and Th McCl r. di.- ar-* he-r.byv tl ointitl in-
i."jo tor- f(;r th-. at! or '. *' ,n
lions I. r.!. r1 or 4fr Ofthe 1 1 (' 'in-
tv ('oitit,,n :ir -. li ~" a inty.

Ily vth ('1 rk .iA't -t
Sl \\'1 W :i (;1-:
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Do It Now.
NoCv 1 the tin.. t" a t r,! g'"r
the-u it. i!m. Y .; a'* .1 l ';l
ing ('hlih t ii "- r;..; .lii :+, "t N. nei
( ; t,,:l MutUf 11 ..r .i;ii 'l I >u !.kr
rthiunlatl ilI due' t' cold or dampil,. ,or
t hruaic rh0.uiniati-i, aiA, Vhild to the,
\iKg ro ui al' liT'tlti" of thili lilni ent.l
Try it. You are, certain to, l,- detlight-
.d with the quick r,,lihf lshichb t at
fords. Sold by all drugil.ts.

Miss Good Will Run.
At the sollcltatlon of he r numerous
friends. t*. d*.-ir.*e to tatl' that *Ms
Addle GootAl' hat ruiol'ltd1 to I '-IOIIC"
a caIdlddat' lu the' 'ollt)rt for thi
handmr i,'n diatlilond rliig to gi l'In
a a li ill iit* '. ( ,i' at>ira l'o'-Iate I
Ihe will al otli- to sork itnl
aill uIiake. a l r.hl..l c. ill;an ftr
%,our fa or- t. r tfull
\ \vinllg i itEi

A Living Skeleton

Is t'' fuia c elcdltlc' alli
th it ha .,if i 1%.

to f t., I "g III %4)tj
i! I t-I l. l r 'La%'o tor m, e?. .t ie I
Ujlee I 4- )I il r I 11A P It'e *t naiad that
It has noIl t b4.191% inK It %% Ic'll.. p 'ri-ill
V'ernWifIge att e &mul, all meirUls arid
III A tuli't. for (lie VAN p~l'aI(v
cestiI. ld t) W I Jeijhnsou.
U you haere fuud .aythi a" 111
it I AdrerAlV4 L. t h WaW t cWIra

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East M1io

erq'ti, N(orth.

A ipe'.ialty.
ly family disc.,n.t Il'n will Interest
).,i and nimatrially reduk'e the
cost of your dental work.

Phmne 51.

Convention of Colored People.
Editor Sun: Please allow um
lsace to state a few things concero-
ing the doings of the colored people.-
The Woman's Home and Poreign
lissioary societles held a diasrict
coaventto at Damascus Baptst
church last week. ThiMs coventlon
is auxiliary to the Buwanmee River
IBaptli Assoclatkm. An ezxellit
program had been arraaned for the
The following okcers were elected:
Mrs. Jane Perry, president; Mrs. H.
Parkr. viee-preeldet; Mrs. Rmtt
Joee. treasurer; Mrs.. A. Watkis,
secretary: Mrs.. H. H adley. eer-
repoadtng secretary.
The scriberlo hd t Mhl bOe of
striving e "earge" l the instaels-
tkn. Rev. .I L Walkm preached
the latrodatetry sermm ad Rev. C.
8. SBaktna of ive Oak preached the
missloary sermos. May valdhile
papers a0 various topics were read.
The next seessl will be heMd In
laper. r. L. H. HENDICT.
Alacha, flay 7. 10.

Thbi is more dangers disease
than is general presumed. It will
be a surprise to many to le"rn tht
more deaths result fom t than from
scarlet fever. Pnewmoala oftea re
sults from it. Cba rberlaln's Coah
Remedy has been used in many epl-
demics of whooping coagh, and al-
ways with the best results. Delbert
McKelg of larlan, lowa. says of it:
'.My boy took whooping cough whea
uin- months old. He had It in the
winter. I got a bottle of Chamber-
! C;:i' Cgh Remedy which proved
uood. I cannot recommend it too
lhihly." For sale by alt druggists.

Sale Was Sig Succes
The -Old )Hosea" ale' o the South-
t*il El\i-rs. ('on:lpait, cconducl'ted con
Thursday in tlhi \1(.lit \\ilmoii lbuill
iig on l a. t Lilber) trt c. wahI a u('--
e.- in t#- r% \ w:i. t the t >liIn.iIyv anlld
tlT r"t, di lich jli. ilM i!t, i for the. go- iict.-r of '< tiltorr4 jirib unt
'l rl iig i .' ill4i. 1I1 I II4 oui r A .i -oliw r
, irlril ofi lani; i imi< khastl w 're
,441! t, Il I.0 '' *-t ah.l l'. r i a I llnot a
;* o, ti. Iu t w e re- o irni'k'" ira the-
'r;mi.-.> tI1. inil all took ihheir "it'rdi
ein'" n< i.att ,11\..

Siliousness and Constipation.
Fo'r v.yar I was trouleld with bil-
i ,i-i .- N and con ltilpatlion w which made
life imi raill- for ni'. MNy apliptite
fail, i i'. I 1lIt iln ur-ual furce alnd
''.t I ,l'p ii i re -ar.tion anti ea
ti,.'lIt: only made matters worts'
I do ni. l kiiow lh're I should halv tixld.? had I not tried Cha'liw r-
laiiti Stoimiach and Tablets.
The' tabl-t,' re'lihe the ill-feeling at
,,ut('. stre(igthe-in the digo-itlv' func-
(Ioli. lpurify the stomach. liver and
blood, helping the system to do ith
work naturally.-Mrs. Rosa Poth.
Irmninghal., Ala. These tabletr aret
for bale by all druggists.
Death of Mrs. Elmore.
Prom Saturday's Dally Sun:
.\*,l.a r:- re-i -ied ln the, city Fri
dar of tlih death if Mrsl F II Elniore
i lii h oe u'irr.d at hi.r hior*- Il JIack
-.,ni all at r .1li tilline of about lt o
. $.A .-i,. Ui ., :1 > .i 1 1 il lnd S* 't I
llii.Ali ', Sil .& I4 ll klilcWii h re lby
.1 iinilii1' r f frit- l,' a i s1, lll ,I. de* I,
I r. 1 i it he r eledinr'

Boys Will se *eoy

Anld are. aulau getting scratches.
iut1 lraalin. brulses, buluilp. burns
or scalds I ou't negll they ma) result seriously if you
do AIlI) lillard' Slnow Iunlment
accordln to dlrectioua right away
and it will relieve the pain and heal
the trouble Price tlc, 680 ad I1 o0.
S. d I. v' Jubi' a.

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Zxercile Will Follow on Motady and
Tuesday. May 144M. at the

The University IIIgh School will
close for the term ont Friday. May 21,
after one of the most successful terms
ever held ln the bitory of the aiot
tut on.
The principal. Prof. W. H. Camels.
and his able facity are now busily
engaged la arraglta a program for
the exercise. which will ocear at the
tudltorlum of the building on the fol
.owing Mooday and Tueeday and
which wil bea great credit to the
Duarlg the pleeeat term there ha
been an earolmeet of 471. and the
atteadaee has bees exceptaioally
good. Taklag te seventh memth for
nstanee: It shew as average atted-
amee o 42. wbhch Is remarhaMbe or
this tle of year aWd near to emO
of the term.
Prof. CaaMei al d ai able arpa of
amlstm deserve meh praise
the mateftetery menr In whib
they have t andeted m sem amd
tho program anm og Ite e aelesm
at the eoses wl ahsow tme people ew
we thed Yout mi md have bles
veloped at this place o leart l .

May weak aerve womem have
bsea restored to health by alday
Kldey Re mdy M It S--MM th
ktdeys ao they wi eMaine the
water matter from the bed. Iamp
ttles depress the nerrves, k asi smeM-
oun *al*z lou amd their almests.
CoImase today ad you wln asam
be well Ptmaat to tak. J. W.
MeCoUllm Co.

No Indrlmeit h y GrawnJwy.
The grad Jury failed to retuer true
bills aalast Jeeee C. Browa who
killed Earl P. Adams, the actor, habut
two weeks ago. and R. H. Humphreys.
who killed Tom McMans, a farm
hand. wtom, be claims, had acom be-
tween him (Humphrey) sad his
wife, and they have bee liberated.
The "unwritten law" is auppoaed to
haW prevailed.

A Card
This is to certify that all drunWits
are authorized to refund your money
If Poley's Honey and Tar falls to
cure your cough or cold. It etop, the
cough, heals the lungs and prevents
pneumonia and consumptlam. Con

tlanl. no opiatcs. The genuine is in
a 3e"'lw package. J. W. lIcCollum
0& (
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw Arrested.
NEW YORK. May 7. Judge lMr
Auoy ye.s.t rday ord-rt.d the arrest (oi
Mrs E\'.'l. \i hlit Thaw for her fall-
ure it) apiar in lsupplementary pro
e-e'dings follow inK the pecurnlg of a
jrdgl:rnt aalist her. The order di
rc'<'t, that sh<- hie kept In close con
finement until the settlement of her
account. bronchitis and


throat troubles are quickly cured by
Foley's Honey and Tar as it soothes
and heals the Inflamed throat and
bronchial tubes and the moat obsti-
ate cough disappears. Insist upo
having the genulne Poley's Honey &ad
Tar. J. W. McColum & Co.
Governor Granta Restte.
JACKSONvIILR. Fla.. May 7.-
Otis D. Smith. white, who had been
-n t-nrced to hang here today for the
murder of his sister ooe year ago.
%a. granted a reprieve until June. I1
by Governor Glilchrtst late yesterday)
afteri Ioou.
Th firm of (1 W" MIller & Com-
Iat;i ,.i x ,.,-ed of (, W Miller and
(; W I.i \riiKlato.n Ii he.rebv dismlrled
All del.Ila d iu'- sad firm aill be paid
ht \' 1.14 liigsiton
(; W MII.I.E.
May 7. l!, ,

If ou lalit to feel well. look well
and be well, take Foley's Kidary
Remedy. It tones up the kidneys and
bladder, purils the blood aad re-
stores health ad streath Pleaaant
t' take sad costal so harmful
drugs Why not commerce today? J.
W McCollum & Co.

Wh~y Sldkr

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now"Otembsommobt~q CrWd
to; y=ur dn md r aftboN
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lote ui m day sbe p e W
ta td e ssemse o l a e

eaw tat ihR s 'it hwei ge .
ewed od htau eMedwin w ia

haveea sil the d .e d
hlet to handle theml

had no Ua ll f ^tllo 41u w
The t eal or airt made upe aie
Somodf f t ee o he aId mee
eft hebut waere Mwe pOr ed a i d

Aceat Ooodwla aeeoadod I t-
ms4 ticke at that euMd b-1 1 aW
Med in the aool e. r et e all-dO-
bupae lam. thaie hlIg we id-
wal batset and pel p le wo w
determined tosed tamWinI te oeM

aUvlo t Iof thae day.
Ari mtlo were not m e for re
about 8 '-pop and the 44p11y
had so idea that the do eM d wo ld

be swo great d to vWlea Iter bea
accornovodated The sIni ears whbk

left perewere to weUy pe bed a rtet
than be nGoodwimfoasedey l c oi
644 tickets, all that could he uqu"S
ed In" the coaches, every available
space being takes Up, incltding plst-

The day was as Ieal me mea with
all nature milans upft the O
caIloD it Is regretted that acoom0e0
dations were not made for more peo
ple who desired to visit laterinches
but preferred to etay at home rather
than be uncomfortably crowded.


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D or.-S t*-* -
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Th..3ua oft* ta Owpiebu to m IL

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SiM AMuty Eauhl hm IIU In by

Seatrlo Inpl-esn-eafr Allator.

TALLIHASSEE. May 6;. tI'nl-r a rilht be con-trued to rend a man
bill lutroduced In the, S. :i.a- ha Mr. 't Jail h. n he chsages his police.

Humphricr of Manate., the Il'ard of
Con.mlnsioners of State* l; titutions
will be authorized to mine or to sell
phosphate from the beds lying in the
waters belonging to the State.
Another bill Introduce d by him
approprtates $45,b&.0 annually from
the coovlct lease fund, a part of
which is to go Into the State sinking
fend and a part to go to the mainten-
ance of the State Insane Asylum.
The Senate waded through a good
portion cf the calendar and held two
e8slons yesterday.
The afternoon session was princi-
pally occupied with the discussion of
the bill by Senator laker of the
Twentieth, placing telegraph comp-a
nles under the charge of the State
Railroad Commission. The bill was
iaally pased to third reading but
not until the entire afternoon had
been taken up with debate over It
and over various amendments offered.
The Harris reapportionment Mil is
set for a special order for this mern
Ing at 11 o'clock.
Senate Bill No. 4, by Mr. Beard, to
pualsh persons voting in a primary
election who In the preceding gener-
at election voted for any candidate
other than the candidate of the party
holding such primary elections was
taiLu up. The bill was reported un-
favorably and a motion was made to
Indefinitely postpone the measure.
Senator Heard opposed the motion.
Senator Humphries opposed the
Senator Cone said the committee
considered the bill dangerous as It

'The bill would Iw- a dead letter If
it 'a* pilared on th.' Ft.ltute books,"
.emprked Senator McCreary.
Indefinitely postponed, 24 to 2.

Neeley bill, creating the office of par-
don attorney, was killed by the House
by an almost unanimous vote yeter-
day morning after a long discussion.
A motion as made to strike out the
enacting clause and the measure met
!ts death by this means.
The feature of the afternoon was
the discussion over the alligator and
the limpkin. A bill was passed by
the Leglatusre forbidding the shoot
lug of the saurtla or the brd n the
OcklawaLh river. In Marko county.
rhe people of that county now want
.be law repealed, however, at least
that section of t relating to the aIl
gators, as they are destroylag the
boss. But a petton ha come aup
from the c iHsea of P taat Waty
protesting aalast the repealing of
the act. They take toatt aup the
Ocklawaha. and the alligator are the
principal attraction. Por this reason
they brought pressure to bear against
the measure.
Representative Hilburn ade a
really eloquent plea in behalf of the
alliltoer, but adjournment was taken
while the matter was still auder dh
Representative Carter of Alachu
was appointed a member of the
committee to vislt the Old Soldi rs'
Home at Jacksonville.



Vote Was 34 t3 2! Z Favor of Measure Bt 42

Votes Necessary for Pasiage.

ape' isl to T1.1- Fun
1. 0:i ~:T~g
:,) l i; *

r*'ferred to the to which
S. Ii i' r h,. swa a party. ltijll% ro'ad it. uai
I ll.i'l r .:I i'star,' ;i-al ra':ild thIc iil e-
,! li *" A w li1 ( -i.Ui -% 1 It.
i \flt i .1 t!u ,t tli, Hoiu <,r ordered

ii,5* tI.1- t. t' ,.a t ~f Ii'c- iiifl rmatijtlii 1Kbe *.it'tJd on

I.. ..' a, .' i l .*i 1,.i M r. Smict~ch fm imcgac ci~ a-nc hetive. he'
ii fl a.e4 tl %'.ah .e I~1- 1 i (eIi ti t I -vi m 1ii 1t 1.11 4.,'%ccoaf. 1'0
11 fI I cI 'If I t c '01f le N I I

*~~~~i i4,...,. ~ ~ ~ :. I :, r it. to
0a.1..11 NIf i lltl' I.
.! A 'I Ll

I it 11.4 1 a I.

when in reply to Many questls the
. rmer Goveranor tated that lyd L.
marter. Re retetlatve fro Alechu
nd chairman of the lateral lImprovw
,.ent livesigating Commision. had
writtenn him a letter ask in to be ap.
.o!nted special counsel for the trae
ees. This coupled with the state
nrnt made by the Governor that Mr.
carterr wrote that portion of the re-
ionrt which erlticelwe the attorney'
.e" paid. created some k M of a

.M~r. nrmrard refused to rive the
St r In full until Mr. Carter could be,
,re,-*nt to reply.
All the -afternoon the Hiose wran.
tied over the MacWillliam resolution.
Mr. Carter spoke much of the after
oon and resumed in the evening for
an bhor. He then left the hall to
'eavpe on a train with a legislative
Immediately after Mr. Carter had
Finished speakng., resolutions were
adopted Invitiln the former Gover-
nor to come ia and address th
House on the quest. He was
greeted by applause when be enter-
ed the hall, and was escorted to the
speaker's tad.
Speaker Pro Ten Stokes resolved
'be Homue lto a committee of th
whole, and the called Represmata
the James Alexander of Vodlla to
he chair.
Mr. Broward clearly oatlled the
Wetio of the truest regarding Mr.
leading and forceflly defeated
himsel agatsMt all charge
ragardag the pata mot elo the toes.
Mr. MacWilliams durig the eve
iu reared to the a that ohe ha
voted for Mr. Browuad tar ft
State Smeator. ad that therefa
hie action reading the alaority a
port was I nacordanmee wfith
e of duty, and not tr any a-
toanl aahle whatrer.
The statement was brought out that
State Treasurer Knott ao two or
more omaesoa voted against the pay-
imet of certain fees.



(ContUaed from Page One.)

July 29. 1908. and heard shot habch
killed Moreland. Saw Will' exley a
".'w moments before the shot. Was
iasilng lkzxity's home and saw Will
Itexiey standing I Ia room In the
hour'e. There was a light In the
room. and he poiltlvhely recognized
ik'xley. Witness was on his way
hoem,. and hby aid of the map, lndi-
c'ate.d the routs. he traveled from
EStaer's store to his home.
A rigid crosit-x-raminatlon by State
attorneyy RIvcrs bad a tendency to
1'.( i' tqI,* ltii,'-s5 cr, i, hl n irbly. Had
ieo Ilti-'rekt lin r, -ult of this ca'.. find
not re'c-.l\ied any oliijllm-sttion too
it tif. iniithlerT liid he b n i'ro'iilhe-d
alvihli '
Witnell'i. tcitifled In habeas corpus
ir'litwl r dil jgs.
"When did you fir. t fund out that

coU A c-e' to tee. Itlt ier., ill i i it- ( .. "-
I 'ad not ku,, i utatul he, a al l; umu
W~iti :i- j, cimil ii tront. nilwer a he't 1:
r oranwit lcai.I la.iti ha 1 :theeloote,4 cdim
it- t, l'ai .i I. I. *ii -t k feari-. tha.

1',L -']' .
I'fal'' Ii'frow
t16 eI a.'~-itc maic. andeljur)
is.. '4.1

J. P. PVii'p.t

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Cj3ter and Broward.

t t

leo t aa the tao befAn ya tai-ed
to me yesterday mral g. ad wer
you nat interappted a the sappea
of Mr. UJvtIaCpto abed the tate
"I was at." was the rpy.
eputati Was Od
J. Alwood. mayor of High Spria
was recalled. and tertlled that rep
tatito of defendants wa good a far
aa be knew.
Davd Merchant was sewer ad
testflied as to the reputatlo oSf bef

another youthful w!tnu. was ahown
the map, and deasignated the house
in which he lived. He was at bhoe
when sbot was Bred oa the nsIht of
July 29. wea Morelad wau killed.
Had Just come ti fro down wl .
when he beard report of pltoL After
report of pistol some perseo ran
through the back yard at l heo..
hot he Coua aot recast the pea
son. Went to the ace o the lhob

is a stopaphr. aNd aeub mis y
In th ingquest pIoNselie mr te
murder of W. H. Moreland. 1m K
MUnl did at tttify at this hIbrl
J. W. Pata Rea- .'
J. W. Pattuea etv r a g r

as regards seals, distance, we
twas, .te. rheW eWialadts was
le~hy, altW waah vet
fr the aea bew.

Chout a avned at 3:5 De wala=

mat to aa lsar -mea aof mo m ta
Mto Ae A lrney 3im mabelper.

L In P1 i101A

q-rters of a s b-r to aa d eW

waae. led W
The Bcat wie at Hinh spriaft r
wva L L. Floyd Wimes s raMU5
ed the of MoretLad' mo ser. Wa a
ed i. WPae Bl. who wa rt i
alt thea chale d at aJsk to d t
homeW. Was In eaomr t milln
of hat ly. a Osbjeto hy defen
quarters of a e rto an bo wmad
a halt. ra that he t wa a fact that
Moto a towy sMe ot ob detynse.
cton uaed.d.
U. OP. -rmo
was at rgdon Hotel on July 10

tel a about one hundred feet fro
phone exchange at Higb hUrna s
tire oF Morelrad's. Was in roW m
edt f Phdite is. who wand Hear
rt the exchandtedid a ao po ere
off that night. Objecton by defeml.
,td rndt r thet It wa m. A. ft t
Sims was off(, nd It was immaterial
how and why be t off duty. Oh
je tioa sustaland.

tnr" adit however, that h
was at hilidor Hotel Oa July 29. 19re
when ( Iarrnd was killed. Hldof
itatel i about one hundred feet from
Mr. Futc'h' courn.r. Was in his room.
front of Iauilding. cond s'or. Heard
talking :ilout two minutes before the

Grady Pedrkk
r"-alhe.d to testify as to oint where
ILe liI and other points It the map.
IM. Andeorsn
Statedl that repUlatlion of W'm. A. Bie-
I.v as a quulet., Ie.Srchelle citizen L
..' O(
W'linve adnitte d. however. thatbe
did lnot qonlel, dr his Jl'LY.'l'yst r e'pt-
tlII aIc Ia a law-ahldilg citizen Igood.
Oir (' C( Iarr'. % i.'n asked If hIe
A l.w I't. \.. r.illi'-d that he did, and
it-at hli r-lltital l ion as a -aeai ablt-
c'l',.' II a A gCON*. 'l Witces did not
i,.., IiI.i r %-\,r li,.'Ltliv It di.cuml'd
Miss Loio Hals

Stfi. a % titc-. tic- inI.t sit '"'. intrcAlu i I
.a' a. a A Ilk. i

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f1 ) 'a

r. talking to uge
,. I \\ ,. i. r:,' dilkin| to Judlg: I, I

s, it .. I,., if 6: r. cw ii.oi feir I rio, ~u r ,
iot -,,It ,-lie I I: tfi t ,t .111,t i fIll c I) 1

1~r I. s .1 i &C' I Ii ci'.' pi i tt# .
aIII Jatuis'Y. \%
V i iF ~ n i a1I rm it 11':l
'4 1 hvi '. a it 11 1. ald t t P'0 ii

The Argument Segun.
Si I I,.1 .4 fa f iti.' ti, tfe'ui%

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TIaf to k ala ei:'~ ~ ueeri 1 a


Call around and see bow f
jUdt a little mosI eywil
go with :w.

Thle. Place t4) Save Money.



At Mrs. MeCermick's Millery IPe.
iams Wse bsde Ceurt HeWs
Sqasre. Gainesy iii, Ploorli

A M Au.( irlt' sad lb481 eneoue e LWs
L* ;. t W mU. lU .f IWO 1 L 0 1IPlJ 166 0 beI
, M 9 I A I) X~l &C. ie ev ru
I a., me, flirtS sa.l'tb.) Rsee rosmaasbI. .
i*.6Uetwa" .c. usL us s, 40 f le NowI a T

Brlus in )our ISO* bhres &ad
multe1 6Aud have Imtra tsd--hav
thl Ir t4 ,Lha e xamAined a&d sham. LM-
lrat-I droasd down. Lo~g prujmc-ti
yut o lad iswedSIamrs .mtiactd.
cfc. Massoln& Hotel. phone 1U.

O o jury, -.
of Speskers wee~w

-h~I ma1, ~
maner U. l
m P b -O 9 a"

met inkt end esmerebeyelv.~w
devred hrt Judge Wi
The jmy~ reItired I to

verdic at rICta a b
tecurt, wbbwrwww rn
-A"n sain Isow as

kSe met r
V" I 10:0k MA ebsdma.A

da" raw%. kwat is*
twberE ml tosaw o

nas bd"te iof me M I-bee
On enk epob8014

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to be d Iu so Sodo MW
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4 nism ofaw Nowd

mks -" MUnd L
W. Mwdnm bt It60 IM.

bapedIV PIP&

~rm u dd oka44ftI
3. railay at TMNna wb

vpeahbwI"s ndtwevb"e wtoo

to but lNUeAn the0 toINSING00'1
mere she d m 1 II IN 16iM
posed tha ft was gel n be


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S-"-s-- : m Imlt. weik

fadMl 0o ,hed

UK wil as eadstroem of the naibt
S Otodk n, but was ma there
go I e ae mbt sh ee twelve

Ir lftam tot roi nQriser wben the
bktm b him up.
fAf Msp latIedused.
A isIj & Imap of the eoe-
g In whias the hemikce oeurred
- timuakMtdi to aM the wittne to

n Ihdmo d u Bs O tW e h o
-" ILgl Ps wmt hes eat

to db = sowor tMh houmcide
%a usom. p IOSVIdemy

MAltd :" -- 4m Had aM w t
-wr7 ook* tak m"uor asfe the
sa fbed. Was a t iat babest
mame, whiudm asse U he had yr

5--td i llo sa p
meineinmblatlo.: Witnes was
ashd i he did at t-iy in habease
wipe pengea that he had aser-
ied that the man he saw pass his

a dudo m on,
r-~ steens

o im ohms
llr b Ir~b Is

S. ba ushid be. hbe& adw e, e
: kme a wayce fl tyr. M
70 be bwn bo
"d was amability to
&M a cf t kial W

bd~ Isom "uame
hi o lk thrcak
be" tmrrp ddmira

mm mmd helat.

- O so wii o id. h os- ith seas2i
-1 a

day" may hw a
^-r--'~~ut makeac iolrc
~~rk~m 0 hars twaT dashes Ld

____ dh rOapr crrr

S ISm e ol at o tu esomdu was
Un Wmow toateb he e dm4 atw
4w lL VAN W INe a Da l- io p.
"I- Lio dobol y Ot- HTod toH
nm-w gat m. The i were
e t M e o apot whre the
tao by. S a van ws s abe1,
Mt0ac tai, tO at I was be (wole)
wae -a m i ke 'lors
A. I torL mo emloro at Hla h
f-telg in w ed o M tahe-- Pand abn rla o M Mere
hroa ml amd naMe a- astl
wend to to ud iemla. m I throe

I'af a" corte tta to
bery a ~ m. mlawtern, Se ared
LOt Amle Aet t lt shomue. LMore
od was dead w1hin witaaetm oreecoe
hia. Witness sattes that death re
i alte emr thi u o wlk
e b a Slosn e mm aal r
tbeLacm O 1mm lioed In High
f ill u ly2. 196. Knew W. H.
erMese. anad saw him twice o tht
400; Of tdme between 2:15 a6a
:3 p. a. and ain at the postoicf'
b ia1. .be saw 1Beley also. and
be 4o d tbar a Morel d to go rid
*6 stating that be i Bealey) would
se u a te a. Ckisnted tora but
ater. about S 'ceork. telepthond thd-
Adg Itoe, but asertained that Hex
ry ihd left the store. Witness stated
that she and Moreland met MrS,
Prodeabab and Mrs. Annie lyunm.
who were to go driving with them
Morelm thee escorted witness to
ber home, where e remained until
a0 eout la o a lclrk.
About tts mmminutes after More-

raaun g alo the sidewalk In front
of L. B. Godwil's boase. also heard
Nothing new developed from a
cramo examination of this altn.s
other than that More aLd rs a
friend of the Glasi fH.-wr sni).
has known Win. Niezty- for about
ate years. abut only as sin friend
shi Has Lknown Truby Osteen for
several years. Nether of the defend-
nts had ever paid her special atten-

Grady Fet was into High Springs
es Jily S. Knew where Moreland
was kried. U tves about I 0l yards
north of the spot. Heard the shot.
and beard parties runntug by his
ben. in a northerly or northeasterly

Lived tn High Springs July :91
Saw lelley la postaoaice betw een L
and 7 ou'cl k on that date. also gentle-
mas whom he afterwards recog tued
as the man) who a killed tiad
Relrey walked out of l.Itoffttie he
remarked "The dam -
oDA roaeM-*.AUill&at S tlt,-14 tAt-
ed liefl*i, IprsM.e.d.-d doa iithe str. '-.
but did not nat 41,-e wher bhe ait
Belle) was in the" poetoftie but a
short time Man aitne s tidirat afl
later as More-land was bthbAld the
partlti s. in the Gouvern ent de-part-
At this Juntature eourt adjourned
mUl Priday moratag at I:30 o'ckark
t'outf cue reed at I te Friday
meuwiag. permsMat to aerjofrsat ef

1 "sraday. Judge WIts plesdta4. a11
SAimer OWfficbs Owt.
The deofdta. Wi. A. Bailey mad
Truhy Otees. who are beita trit-
fr the murder of W. H. Moreland
ot High Sprtgs oe th amght of Jaly
29. 19ot. occpted thetr usual p o
toie behind their counsel. They wore
srrounded by their relatives and
frkieds, as on the day before. The
you~g men were attired t UblMek.
wearing lavreder ties aad Beley's
coat was adored with a rose bo-
lvingsfems Test inimy.
Oeo. W. UvIngston. deputy oberff.
wasu irt witness for State. Was In
Newberry oe eight of Jul r 9., but
was suMaomed to High Springs that
nlght, arrivita there In early morn-
Ing. Knew where E. O. Godwin lived
In High SprIngs. Went to scene of
homcde and saw tracks,. hbich he
described. Followed the tracks. They
continued together for about 100
yards In about a ortherly direction.
.hJl separated. Descrbed the direr-
IcB takes after separating, as he fol-
lowed them. Wer running tracks,
as be seertalmed by the deep ta-
presloe b o ground mad the distance
apart. Wites stated that one of the
parties --akin the tracks Ie hil to
th e oe vicinity of Jud6e Bexley's
ato. whore they stopped. Track was
made by a No. or No. ma's shoe.
Party makiag tracks tI southerly d-
Ietiom were about a No. 3 or No. 4
shoe. Thsea tracks he fboHwed to
with about 10 yards of Traby
Osteem's home. WItaom aw Osteea
as the mamrat da July 3 mmina aut
of bis (Ots-'ms) hther' pate. Had

witams sat td referring to the
homide. that be did ot know any-
thing ahout I.
Upem .- _----_-* w oites
tested that there had beeo a rae
ea the previous aight. making the
earth rm.
By difaI : "How far was it from
the sae of the homicide where you
discovered the tracks"
"I do aet know. I did not meree"
When asked It he did at testify
beforeJueJde Wils Ia abees corpus
proceedings t the effect that It was
about 14 feet from where be had
been told the body of Moreland was
picked up. the witness replied that
be did ot remember. but probably
ddL This point was where s truck
the traill.
In plares between spot where hont
cbie occurred to IHexley's home.
there were occasional tracks. hut no
other running track. It was be'm -nl
Oe) or 400W yards. he thought. fro-
scene of homicide to Ilexlev'y hom.-.
by the route followed.

That Map Again.
At this juncture the map wh! h
was introduced la ThurMdaY x, '.s-i .i<'
as cUlan irt-.te ited L. ~L%, l\r of
rule-s. J. W. Patton. a ci%\i engine. r
and sur c :r. as plac-ed on the
:ar.d. ai i,!e'ntultel 1 he mnal. ~tat
int that he mad It. and that it wIs
ab(l(.:te: ly correct as r.-;ardl-s scale
ar'l hcations
Py Attorn,,y Strillng "'You h: \-
ladicat.-d he r.- Sort-i i r.-d mark Wh.t does thai mirk r'l>-
resent '
"It reliresents the' ioint here I
war told Moreland'd tdiv w..,- found."
re*:'ll-,0l It -' itnt ,-
"Who told you that More-land's tody
ass f uand on this : ;,-'tl'
SMr ;rie.r "
After de.-rrlhinl tarnoU. points I,
num her and the-ir niaaninig. the SttaIt
objected to the filing of the iiSap in
evidence at this tini-. which obthtiom
was sustained The defense the-n
withdrew the ilttnes with the state
ment that the map would be intro-
duced in evidence at the proper tina
Livingtoen Recalled.
Witness Uilnglton resumed the
stand and idenaltlid certalu gcusrap,!
ILa locallous uln the Illtap. IH-rnlmiss
hating bten git-n to, e.t-rtuit hint
along the- i- lllneu t t it lltldic l-
lha a, nl.-ar As It. it L, -int itnc r.
eat the- Iw't-n- of the hon iila" w .he re
the tIrallcks I lln ue tioh t o\eta-re-di atid th route, ltha he. folll,
ed to ai*el s h mour anld (O)t,.t-, .
honr- |
After r halting lhot th,- trat k lI ear a s gatie i t ust! It. aLi a ar
re -t
Whi n ak'-.d h'a de fe-nE t'h.- length
of a to' ,hotj or No 6i shoe. Sit
une could not sag
IDd )ou not testify in the pr-luin
nary hearing before Judso* Malon
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gap ~Ietr powar thrgheut the Spet em Them.
Sl s- a Ias em arv the tw. Mr-

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obdoom1 O mteet 1tirdoy. am the eonmtry

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B**- -- h wd adr he..... ...rt up b,,y
IN" gt t t_" peew ad tr e ~ein M as the cs ..ty. .May eag...e o"

.*.t-.h the T. S e .... the etnadlag is thu remeR the let.
ft We Se p iMoft S t" vaey WT- 't e r' r T
d" ws tdaym vor tk. e be d
S a I odaset e N .A. es d l... .

Sas" boomdki 6 mes. The tal Ti Am @,i ael ........... 1 .3
i t 3he hea lbs maXs- a Mims Addle Chame........... S.07
SaSt Ipe d, i ----- Mra WtoI h aos ........... r.
"- s en esf. t fWbr las mad to hru ise s Ime carver .......... 58 ,
Sn | l ,,,,4, ,, ,ad,,. arre D........ ,,1
TMwob awarde1-p tax am toe Mism Marguerite K ladhetter.... 541
aLe l o hs r ard mW b e l saors laxi Noa H. r .. .........13,35
.r U W ie ail s t t ime ,-em StM- ........... I,$u
T h y er a wic s re ctlle cd to wb. Pra Mis ay uuSweartuae ........ I1.4
*U a 1 l slp the 111 -e D (a.- .r b l a.. .. K.l. ....l. r.

1.. i I b t t .a.. .o. .. o.. Miss Maroy Tuelon .a..... F ...... 1I
SS a ado 1 t O ot aAe what MItS co w iia Lw........ 11

e s Is 1 W Iofth I o k ~oMiss Ae.. Heater ............ 4.745

I. k lIntlt- pl IW ta d moun chan stys y ch' .,gl roy "rh
1i m B Nibe p a tatlga maJe rental v the i a- yMMasn lCa.......... .,
st "td r psat a int sthe Mi rc t is ..... ....' '
ft met PAN is dMWN toee"11s 01 .I. Il Roberton........... .Se1m

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S~Ul [ Od TgheH. e l tr- tr ........ .... .
T sI TH Eth aI "RauEil" Tad Loa.I t*Ibs Okle I hloes........... h '00,
S f IWas10 Miea atha hP Jamn f' r -ofro (l W.e ,a p t .... o ....... 4,.,
~ *C m Ttrf eJU p as.MeMt ala se ob rat. M IsI Pa Ittihlrsom........0.,

S UT I4r i111 Of Ny a i lit "t Setl* t o o .- atM n rBm NE rr. ss Bette a So e it .

Si alea i u n o nt l Doll tV.erla.......... 11

0,. s e h.most p propriate JM,, lur w k oi 'ls P i. ('a ton. .. '
J. e e bs preset te laws or ti or- Mli KAttiy .chardo......... 47
a 41 ed a dnowdd ha says TheIC11 Miss m J Ib .........2-6

M. t e L o~~f aPaori e. o T. wrr prati ofd t e h tst t.. n .t. 'he e
Sai a Shor t Ta l al "ie th e rE b s th o tme bo lobw t ise la Ga icano' .1 1,

*MMA GWl br e |. t r hi s coIhe under the obis.e' y r lt is. l. I Z rede. a l l., 7' ;.14'
PIeof s ion- t oh T te I oldFel tr ase: t. iii Itsesr ; W a|Itrsk. ,Iwh 1rn *
d iC te DW nt g propit ru tatckon Y151t J r. ho Iitor ,d .MI- PaiW llie,. Carlton. i,.....r .
th hve t.s WleC.d thr to Mnld for t lat o ., :. ri .. V.. ... '

a t e o u J i L or11 yl: Th5 e fer, tod yea h w d tre cIrtia hd th i'm. Au. l ,r. Ztrou'r. Rthel I 'I. "
hotldU s Sort e T~f lk." it IM t he Stat tCau no "n MOld bid on Ulm Eld (lll Oran,..h. t,. -,....4
~ )~' f AreI on "nd, tereto a" theen. "sil aee lal t a 1ons p y let- Moia S Paibs ZeGloUer. ..c... l.. 1...
ggg 'A St in n hower of thes m, ,.- ,s the State ,old the ccrtl fk-atr .* M,.rt.,. lhawt,. F ir \ nk, 1I *"
@ggigQ rA IVa& "reial Stat* for two py fro and ohfn wrl th~iem A11,l Annis Low is. Iinm hoU r
l k I a t ha swIe t odu r sad of colxse the -taote ad al ount. ,. ,.Missma ,uthri.. .Rewl..1. 2..%
ammla aemy ekies and balmy will lose that amount Itecause these
g -- a spepaiae. And aa lahds wre certlfed to the ,',State ni .t' t. .
S ate hue obse. r. TIt Is Flor et ill tbe ~ o t, lls the a,, tu N e'
l ed 01swe0r. this year or nart if nott r"e*e. I "' "90
so escaslw* tsatio: '4oil. tWib r It l .2 ; 'l u. .. I
A speleb from Wmbhingtom suM- true that the Jacks'u lW.erW l rik t s
dO dwtw of May pth oTys: 'Pretdenpt e1 ht xe to 'ws o. nr r. Mt isrKrt : I L & rr1 ..el It "
S g held a r w ferm "ce this n"Mortauing iri s"adr a id a e s r T h. ej t I.' t ,th 1 '
wIth S imeber of Seaaturs aud it..p- *n tI:** f *o. of th, <* rf:ral t ,* .I l.' ri I,':.n I
kmem 08ve sad wat over tha situM flft' <*tD tr r...i i 1 1 .1
to with theb ro ratihe to contlefilo thnu cawh si at ..r II ae t Ito It. I' t
-to o T the latii. er TAt' *'M osssoP i mst' h f ?!a. t it.. tr ii :
a- himsge lf as holeofsul LI1A tthle '.-.:- Ii a I' '. t I t\ h,'ti 1'
- we I bte s e teJdlll coucoludwe' 'M,. .i ~. ,* 1.:, ; a

W that te bhals. intert-ls 't of .
= r= myight know %hat to t.xl*.t. MAD DOG AT UELL
After the amfereujee it was stat.e4
that there was 1ltle iO, Llrot5ili-' ,Parties Who Were O-tten Ha.;e Gooe I H
Congrtesa being djoirnt-d 1. Ii ,rt. to Atlanta fCr Trratrrent
Jam 15 or July I. N1.1'.
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lb. Sus h as retelid ( :- ilt1-' v I \\ I I .
froM LAP& Angelers. tal. ia'' r. ..4: It. ui'b i. .:,IIti. I .
mouncing the arriesi of the' L,.tr .4oi' ii i, *,.: ,~ I.'I
llOI K' .1
maot fruou Furida to study :neuli. 2 II' I 1'-
&"d Cgi411t1hmis of the. trorAni Iii!1 %1,21!.%f. IC
try ae the P u fift' (*.a t tS I s% v i r. 1 k.1 I. ,. .re W btc'rn AFl d Istl P I1'r er, Seztion
alpecial 1*1168- to I4AA1 1,111-1 I, t);
ditimo s. It.te dii, e. 1.1 ua--. e. e. '4.
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JR VIGOR to aftr a debate lastlac throah the
A DI mm muatre morm a session yesterday,
Mi s Os He ar Orew kile the Harris raapportioaaet
bill by a vote of 1 to 1 em a a s
tSSo=i oa to indeialtely postpos the -
dm,,pmsspeselmmu A ae.
4yresS S 68ienator Harris delivered one of
wv. Lm..l iSi niB the ablest of speeches la behalf of
the measure and quoted from many
Mis Eimma Willias. Tremto.. 5.1)0 court decisdtons n other Statea to
Mrs. Ware. H ....h Sp 4.45*. prove that under the Intent of the
Miss Clem Ptcett. Newberry.. 4.12 constitution It is not only the prt.v
Mies LAcIuda Bryaat. Bel .._.. ..250 leg. but the duty of this Legislature
Miss Annae Brtie, Arredondo. 2.&0 to reapportion the State.
Min L na Gay, B .......... U Senators Humpbries an Ben d also
Mis Ada Pear. Newberry.... *j5 spoke* Its b alf.
Miss A. Grof. Newberry....... 7 Senators' MIller. Com sad MeLod
Mia Mabel Hrmett, LaCrosse. 71 PO e against tthe measure.
Min Gertrude o s. Hage... 480 Utte eo was dao by the emte.
Mia Katie Akl. Arred 4o.... 4M a the entre seso wa IM p to
Mias PMert MeLed., Aiheu.. 2t tih dtcussioat f ths matter.
Mina Clara SpeLtt, HRa ..... no The most important billItrd11 Aed
Miss Mabel Cats, Abludm...... 1I7 wa te ome by Seator Davis, by r-
Mtss Mary Mart, Parade ..... 1 quesw t whldt pIovldea r a &t2 ay-
Mtl NiL Mareo Crevase, igh .tom of trank higways plasd e
pIn ...................35 the.dr so at f reesutn lately
Mia M. N. amshes Newberry 1 ed by seveal boards of tade.
Mioa UL S 8lth, Newberry.. 11 Smasfor McCr'ry Itrobe0 S"-
Mit Mmate btork, Alkr., .... 1 ate IlM t No. S ormaIsla Cy
aN. J. R. Parber. LaCroa .. 105 Newberry, aIso Seate Bill No. NM,
Masa Wilute 11Maka High reatlau to odevioa of ut l a
S.... red distriets. Mr. Doke also tro-
"dused a similr bill tohe Ham.

ela Mnes oto f tret. aed t h Ho m yesterday aftorM
whe the eammttoe applated to a-
RE*X May .-eaorge Sheroame. vestigat t hereport of the Ilternal
who hba bee atteadta the AtoaaU provement und Iavatlaa Coh
me school, ha returned to his ougt in two reports.
home for the summer. Chairman MacWlliams of the con-
Mr. and Mrs. P. F. HuN Mrs. M. mittee submitted a niamority report
HtMW a .d Mima Lottle Teeter were recoamedinl that resolantlos be
eatortalaed a o ast Saturday at the adopted censarg the trustees for
pleasaat ome of Col. and Mrs. Mc- tr action in paying oat ach large
Martry of McMeekl. attorney fees.
Mrs. J. P. Henry of Hawthorn ha Representative Hfburn and the
been viitting friends i our neigh- other members of e committee sub-
borhood. mitted a majority report alleging that
Miss Ida Wiggins. after completing uaaer that report there is no corrp-
a succeful term of school at Kea- tion charged or anything else upon
drick. has returned to her home at which action could be based and
this place. recommending that nothing further
Miss Millie Nash has entered the be done for that reason.
Normal Training School at Madison. A heated discussion followed which
Although we miss her from among us. was oly broken by adjournment
we wish her success In her work. The H-i-te killed the conatitutional
Mr. Kate Carter of Fairbanks has amendment offered by Smith of Jack-
been visiting her father. M. s which Is very much like the
Sanders. Mis.lgilippi grandfather law, and |rt-
Over one hundred bushels of first scrilbe. t.imilar conditions for eligibil-
la. strawberrls ave ben hl ltyi to %ote. was a vetry w)ar1
y claMs strawberries ha'oe been patble debate os.r the measure. Mr. Rob. r-
by fMra. J. Nash from a oneacre pat( h. o 1
The returns have been entirely satl- on of uw taki a al
Factor strong stand aiaiinst It.
In flip n:morning the 8,tkes l,aiu
Miss Lotus Land.ers is home after In the a I niong the Stake l..oa
(omul.l'.ting h r work as teacher at shrk 1.11 .as av-etd SIr. Sok'ei
Raiford H.r many friends are. d.- *d- il rl ;o f r e luent address. in
h. 't the I,., I atire
liglhte-. to ha-' he.r with theim a i( a f a MIrgaret ~,itliff. aho has I Ti Mr ('!n of 1)t,1 l'o**ete to ?ht
I l !' ,,P ,I t !,;l ];, !iL. d d11 l ah 5 Ila t
l .'"i'.;' hr he inil.ter,. |'I.a.. n I. '
'ee,'k for her honi'. In Ilr-tol. (Co t r- rd arin lh.irk
.,,11 ,, : .rr. i l t th.. I,3.i ll ,horl,+ ar.+
Mrs. (Cande*. Mrs. '\.art. r ari l lit iut : 1-rv o hf t tth. au n hopi ar
i Marl. Shaw he'ist la t tiid ,'>I.-% v th.e. T or in ,1i k onsi 1,.
it M.aNni .s- a Slrings
S11I .I. '. (;tod i Is -;er.di Ig a
f. w %tvk, it h h.rr t r,w t pars. nt-
iI,. anll( Mrr- \\W 1 i at (h. at Sant!.,
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IN BEXLEY-OSTEEN CASE Ill"' "o t "t beri W.
liaKtgu lhtni court ad)jm:rned until .




Sty-Ne Talismen ExanIed When Panel Was

hCNhieted-.Taldag o Testieny.

ot n ri 's Dally Busn:
T-* Clrflt Court convened at 9
* *O' Theaday morning. His Honor
JUIt J. T. Wills presiding, and a
ag crowl d in attendance from va-
rTl sections of the county, being at-
Iesed by the trial of the 8tate vs.
Wia. A. Bexley and Truby Osteen.
4mhrgaed with the murder of W. H.
SMoreland. which was et for this day.
Upon opening of the court Sheriff
Raisey returned the two special ve-
tres issued on Monday. and the court
roeeded to empanel a jury.
ldletmen ts Returned.
Just before the proceedings of em-
paneling a Jury was begun, the grand
jury came Into open court and ren-
dered a number of true bills, among
which were the following:
State of Florida vs. Lewis Martin.
*Croani Martin and George Powers.
State vs. George Powers. assault
with intent to rape.
State vs. Pete Fleming. larceny.
State vs. Henry Richard and Oliver
-Cato. murder in the first degree.
Richard and Cato are charged with
the murder of another negro near
Alachua Sunday last.
Jury Empanelied.
Attorney Rivers called the roll of
witnesses for the State in the Hex-
ley-Outeen. ca.e'. when the' emUtlnel-
.ag of the jury war taken up, the
clerk calling the roll of the special
venire. The asth and usual questions
were then propounded lby the court.
The roll call showed seventy-twoI
Present. For various reasons the fol-

leaged by the defense, and Waterman
Johnson was called.
1. S. Futch and M. Venable were
excused for cause, and J. A.3. Strick-
land was called and qualified.
8. V. Duke was challenged by the
State, making one challenge each for
State and defense.
Alex Howe was excused for cause.
when 0. W. Polk was called. When
asked If he had formed an opinion
in the case. Mr. Polk. who resides at
Lotilevllle. near the Suwannee river.
replied that he had not, a he had nev-
er beard of the case until be arved
in Galnesvlle in response to the sum-
mons. and had not talked the same
ovtr with anyouc. I
E. Jeffords. who was the only juroi
left from the regular venire at the
opening of the term. was challenged
by defense, when G. W. Parker was
called and qualilftd.
J. Maxey Dell was called, and ex-
cused for cause. being the 4th Juror
excused in this manner.
J. R. Matthews was called and
challenged by the State, while W. H
Itoone was excused for cause. M. E
Ilauknight was also retired for cause
Alex Acree qualified, and W. J.
Denby was excused for cause.
D. I. Pope was called and qualified.
and F. F. Pulling was challenged by
the defense, whereupon J. W. Harris
and J. H. Avers were called. The
former was excused for cause, the lat-
ter challenged by defense, making
tliro'e challenges by the defense.
J. Ivls was called aad excused
for caute. and 8. if. Hall was chal
leaned by the defense.
J. A. Iiurrance and M. Clemnc-

t.wing were excused fruu the lody w, re' called. the former teing e' xc.use'*
Sf the' vire:I for causte. the' ILtt, r qualifying
L W. Fennell, E. S. Kennard. F. .1 W. lharris san requested t,
S) Irwin, It. WV. Waiti., J. 8 Crown. Ist:nid aside ,v the defense. antd W H
.. V. Jolly. t W Adklin. J. A. M.1 -iSt'art' anid K. K iFaan wer., call.d
Kinstry. W F Alant. It ,how Iir St.'wart was %excus.d for caumse
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. I.. L Langford, (;e. R. Ellis. W, A
Iunegan, J .W. Alsojl. G W Easiter
I.n. J. P Jordan.
A. F. O'Neill and J (rail had
formed an opinion in the c.a.ce. and
were txcu('d.
C. Y. Crawford stat,4l tlhat. he w;u.
"-crupulous" in regard to capital Ipun-
ibhment. and was disqualified oi this
J. W. Also was excused on account
of b profession as an undertaker.
and W. P. ioulware. M. A Irler.
R. F. Ormond and T L lanton were
called to complete the panel.
Messrs. Denaler and Boulware.
having formed opinions, were excused
for cause, when E. F. )Dyess and Alex
Howe were summonte'd to( complete
the panel.
W. K. Pagan. who was one of the
original jurors In the hlwx. %as order-
-ed to stand aside. having he* n thal-

wnhil- .Mr ragan wa- ciiallcengiu .
I iefe'r *
J. W Iennett. It I Gladney. 1. I. I
isrookr and J J ('ol.on were rall-t
ani each requeLtted to stand aside.
for cause.
.. D. Iftlrry was called and qualiflnd.
the motion for challenges for cauM
Iy defense tweing overruled
This completing the nanel. counsel
for defense tendered the Jury.
The State challenged 0. W. Polk.
leaving eleven In the box. when 8.
F. Wait was called and excused for
cause. as was also C. 8. Itennett.
W. Prank Lanxford was called, and.
b-lnig satisfactory to both State and
defense, was qualified, completing the
The PaneI Complee.
At I o'clock the panel was omplet-
ed and srorn. as follow
Itichard liudmu. T. I. IMlanton. R P

Women and Children Liv-

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Relative* in Court.
During the day the irlsoners were
.urroTunded by relatives and friend.
Judge M. A. Iletley. father of Wm. A
iexlery. hisr Piter. Miss tlella lex
ley. and his grandmother. Mrs. Tabb
were present as was also the mother
of Truby Osteeu. who at by her son
Grand Juy Dtehargd
During the morning the grand jurt
came Into open court, reported nc
further business. and was discharged
with the thanks of the court, after
being eongratulated upon the rapid
work and efirency of that body
which, by Its brief but busy session.
had saved the county ronslderable ex-
pease. Oeo. S. Merchant was fore.
man of the grand jury.
Aflerumse Semis..
Court convened promptly at 3 p. m.
State Attorney Rivers read roll-
call of witness for State. and At-
torney tripling for the defense.
The witneses- were placed under
ruling of the court and Instructed to
retire, and notto enter the courtroom
until called. An exception was made
to M. A. Bexley. father of Wm. A.
Veoley. who is a witness for the deo
fense. Deputy Sherffs Geo. W. UJv
Ingaton and Herbert Frooker. wit-
mnases for the State, ad lady wit-
The irst witness ua J. W. Dedge
a liveryman of Hih Springs. Wit-
ess stated that on July 9., 198, Wm
Rexley came to him to rent two bag-
gles. Said be ad Osteea and a
young drummer were going to take
some ladles out riding. Delivered the
bumlies to Bexley, who stated that he
would take same where they were

"Did you see Bexley any more tha
niKht '"
"No. but he brought the buggy
bark atKout 9 o'clock."
George Rivers
Wa inl High Salings on evening of
luly 2.4th. vas working for Mr.
IDdge. liver) man: Maw l 'xley on
that date about dark. and later abtut
: 'clotk. Two or three men brought
(he tranms back lie recognized Hex-
I, )H voice. Was three teams. but
:id not recognize any of the occu-
Iamints. Two te-ams Iw-lonIed to the
Atable-did not know who the other
team belonged to. Witness did not
re member seeing Oateen that nilht.
S. I. Phifer,
The third witness, was In IIghb
Si-lings on the night of July 29. 1908.
was acqualuted with Hexley and
hOsteen. Haw both on afternoon of
July 29th, but had no conversation
with them. aw W. H. Moreland
about 3 o'clock at potofflce. also
about 7 at his (Philfer's) store. Ap-
Ipared to be In good health. Saw
Moreland's dead bely the following

Lady on Stand.
Mrs. M P Rummers lived in
iKilh riiliKi on July :1. lOu. Knew
I(*4 w lihre. Moreland was killed
\'.a i.llidlig with he- husband on
I|,rc'h when. rhot wan fired. While
,i Iopre ih ~-w man ipai toward,
,t'- r. II:1 w.s ll killed. whom he, took
', Traiti hl,- i .i i Hlih known
*i f .r or fle' ..rsir Il no4
1, i!4 f> tU..':>'-'- hi- but A ial
S 1 0 i r i r hi- hlc d
\ t t n- of re
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lelire SotrI W a top at Iu rdka a..

tums VMd 11i LtILam.Sv

"Wee ft -wy, rt lb eda.t W In* a
T* "we of tv d -1w; us
tob"1, 71 GREW FMMALW

The ls day ofteM fr week of tM
Circuit Court oavened at 8:8
o'clock Saturday morMtl A Jadge
Wills presidlag.
A number of witaneae were lair
duced by the defense I the mamr
of proving an alibi for the defeadats,
rltnclpal among which were the Ia-
Mra. T a,
grandmother of Wi. A. Beleyr, took
the stand. Stated her relative to the
defendant. Sad bse was at te Be.
ley home on the night of July 3.
t108. Will Bey came to supper
about 7 'clock. Witeas described
location of rooms In bem. WIN Bes-
!ey's room waU adjoietg ea of her
daughter, Mr MA. D Beley, wh w-
111. and wttnau ws attendg hr.
Leaving the patient' room abe w
Into her own. saw Bexley i bis nrTe
ad talked to him nevral moment
ibs was about 10 o'edlt. Witei
described various locates io vlt-
Ity of th Bekley hbm. by aid of
the map.

lStelts ey,

sister of Wm. A. Beley. stated er
relation. W a I High Sprtn a
nighw of Morelad's morerd, and at
the me of t her pre"t, where WWl
iHeley also resided. Wtae- s stated
that Bexley was at e at I 10 doek
on the evening of July 29. and id
not leave the house afterwards until
taken by the officer.
On cro-examlnation. witness stat-
ed that she was posithe her brother
did not leave his room after t1
o'clock, a she was in her grand-
mother's room adjoining a great deal
of the time. aid was aware of his
prewecre. She also passed through
his room upon one occasion and went
onto the back porch to get some
water, when she observed him In bed.
Witne had not retired when offers
camne after him.
eos*e Oet0e6*,
brother of Truby Osteen. was in High
Springs on the night of July 29. 198.
and stated that be was at his home.
and that Truby Osteen came ome
at 10:16 o'clock, and never left same
until the officer called for him. id

`v Si

aft appearto b e Smbad a hilou
cr sudiomw: WbM us
na" bumhm b spwbw mIN NU Vo
that ow nowathe O
Ostessome I& hi- sb olu
the tdme of N ml h ad inhod ae
his gotL se G am m sha
MM orr t4wv. aft
Treub000001111100 hw%
ter he (TuW) 6" vAthrd.W=

'8180 -Law 010600% ^r~-
imp i te mm
another be so mof ?uokv min
somind thathe "Do" hkm ~
9:6 od0e asMW ofI a* A
lo and vtfrd TIdh r Ovum
In ofte 10:IL5. m Wl ftg

- Isa wi- wg

mhe remsawerbohutt 9:Uno so
mwt IIYd. whid -I

11 ban 13: Et s.
*%am San ON ow*
whther or Ou he No" ia
Surom poesr~ uesi an

4 IL, ml 1 Dm9
oumein *swa

kr a" OPI&I a swe veI

Most I Wdeft sed wo 0)

thetd as 60 own &f h of ob*&
middidnba WON ow Pow
a b6W eaiokmdIYI 'bd.t
andlaste Isin. t4 a
ofomsothr fTdy ofmembo& f
Witness ieusmserd ob"36 o

o'elkGL- WItas bm d k"
be omm iW. mad s aw mimau idt
Knew the time. bemsme her humb
Was sick ad h wew gsivig Mugmn
Ick. Per that reams she aa'emew
n the time h*from oemee a.m
Marsha Bryat Mr. Brews m
another mlemtan mme too Seokm
about am bour Ibr. huid Wru
Ostesm at home in toMO l pissed
him under arret

wa la High Sprba es aW of
I~emtlmued P Vha

Senate Passes Ant-Radhg

Bill to

TAII..AHASBl M. May S.-D-esptea
tilff fight by Senator kuckman of
Jack ~,1iille. the Senate )eeterday
af'ernotm pirased the klouan allt rate
iiu Ilf! I jiiai to re fu.lag to itndefinit
1 I ti.,n r I e I

S1, .' i '.l i r) .i rd ;i

a I I i s ,
1: 11 "! 1 6 i .t,1, (1 a ,'

I I -, ii CI1 'I T ill 1 4

Third R


the discmueto of the ma -s-e bef
the vote was bally take -l Mr.
Ituckman put up as trouh a l-1
a" he possibly could.
When It was certain ta the M
uould bIe plud sanyow, e endeav.
,ared to i aert an amendment laclud.
Ing bridge whist This was turned
dloi n aklnmg with all of hi other
;(l$titrc ai1e'1tse. however. Hlie tried at
flr-t to Il, ae the coaisderation of the
bill. Wlikh b as reported adversely by
'i:, a:ir iiltte. put off Until next
v k

I I* I '. I. XSt Almo passed tea third
I i ~itrifitiag iMo. till by He'naltearLw'gget
i itarolortlasig *i74,-7t9 for the beeoft
c;f p4toale ailoxii In the mkats whch
*ie I lslb' SIg AI twrdcllA4C of over 80

11, KUL "WR.'rt' ads brbg rsb.




- THU 9AiJUUYIB~fflr ;: MAT 10. 1f'~


(CoatnUed from Pace Two.)

a 15 feet north of whtre .Mreland's
body was found""
The witness could not r,.
fly request of the proswr,'itin. wit-
*est. by aid of the map. Indlcilte'd *
mear as possible, the Ipoin' wh re the
track were first dicwmtred. follow.
alg his course and Indicating the
gate to which the tracks lead at Hex-z
ley's home.
T. C. OrWer
beld position of night marshal at High
Spring on July 29. 190 Heard shot
between 10 and 11 o'clock near home
of Mr. OGla. Went immediately to
snea, and met Mr. Godwin: heard
UtrNugga. and be and Godwin found
Morelad laying on sidewalk between
ome of Mr. Glass and Mr. Putch.
earer the home of Glass. Moreland
was not dead. but did not speak. He
dispatcbed someone for a doctor. and
Dr. Hodges came. Moreland lived
about Ifteen minutes.
Witness stated that by suggesto
be arrested Rexley and Osteeu that
eight, as M. P. Bummers told him
of the engagement they had made to
go riding with Moreland and Miss
Olass, and that they could probably
give some light on the subject Af-
ter the arrest witness seat for Mar-
hal Bryant, who ordered them re-
Witness and Deputy U vngsto,.
together with Marshal Bryant. Inves-
tgated the tracks the following morn-
ia., which resulted In the re-arrest
of Bexley.
On cross-examlnation witness stat-
ed that when he arrested Rexley and
(Oteen. about twenty minutes after
the homicide, he found scch at his
respective home, and in bed.. Neither
of the defendants appeared to be un-
duly excited.
Witness stated un re-dire't examl-
ation that when he arrested iexley
the second time. on the morning of
July 30. he took him (ikeley) to
bome of witness. as witness had bten
up all night, and went to breakfast
Immediately following the arrestt.
Bexley wanted to know why be was
agln arrested, when witness told
him it was by the tracks. lie and
fexley were walking along one of
the trails, and witness selected one
of the tracks. Itexley voluntarily
placed his foot into th d j.r'.'-ion.
r, -narking, the wlt..mss ..aid. "It fits."
Shen asked if he would swear that
i :s was ote of the chain of tracks
: :lowed. witnei-h rn ,lied that he
Suld not. but that the track 'Aa..
i *ntical with tl'I o;th'r of the c'' .lii
d he hblie\'sd it .a*. one of therll.
('ross-examination: The tracks
v ,ich were followed to itxi'ly's home
tl.J not enter the gate'
rhe. nap wa- al-o usc'ed ihy thih
i ..- In in midicatluig I|,ilit. and dli-
A f illutl ,er (cf I--,lI.i ~ 're cinKre

* : iln all ddlr c t 'lol ii ntilil the' l .I>
n rei',loced'd. ieit .1a h l-hbotIf r rlaler
'1 h. IiKht wa.- dark
would d Iiot haie Ik'xhley e.ached.d
; t'on)' I. glv oing through Ithi ,at!.
I irked No. 1., referring to liaal,
.,1 otlnto the ilurk plala'" a"ke.d Al
t, rli*. Strlpling of the wi tlel.r,
ObjectionI was ironmpt I' nidle Its
ti.e Stat'. but was o(errule'd
The witnesstl re-pllhld i the affirm-

J. L. Grimes
I sideld it1 lligh Siprir ng- n Jul J "*.
I ok li heard a chot fired on that
a ite' etwetven It anld I 111 0 inias
I!. tbd. iut arope' Kima *-pot where'
ore land'sll I o war found. iatonit I4m
f, et from home of witness 'tit to
i ,ne of homicide' Witne -' di.
t %ered track. a hi,'rt dlstanc l from
I nIt where IeMI wa a, found Trirki*
v r' i-1nt1linK n rt TIhI l r. r' r
i -.I eI <> Ir.m k i l' I' Il' '- uan
1 .1 \e 1 o" r ,* h ,c- lt ,Ia, 11ll
I \ ,.llh i..ati i l n i i rr lt ,rt 'il I1,
S Ig .ll l, f 1.1 :.- n ,ia *i 1 '
J t h e a, fr I '.. h .1 1 1 < | '

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Il|ldt/il H ,t,,, .1 C- *

Ao 0, .ll I '
SM Grady


Galnoellto Pste BptSh d Leas to
Deteo t the Atpproesel o Kid

The symptoms of kidney trouble are
so unmistakable that they leave 11
ground for doubt. 81ek kldne,, o%.-
ret,. a thick. cloudy. offensites urinti
full of edlnimuent Irregular of passaga
or atte'lndd by a wsnsation of scaldinx
The' tack aches counstntly. heada(ch*-
and ilizay spells may occur and the vl0r
tim is often weighed down by a feel-
Ing of languor and fatigue. Nesg these warnings and there is danger of
drolmy. Ilrlght's Diease, or dialbetel
Any one of these symptoms Is warn-
nag enough to begin treating the kid
neks at once. Delay often I#pove
Yo e a se o better remedy than
Doan's Kidney PlUl. Here's Ulain
ville proof:
Mrs. James Dole. 02 Alachua ave
nue. Gainesville. Ma.. says: "t is
now some time siace I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and I am glad to say that
I have had o need of a kidney
reedy. several years ao Doan's
Miey PIlla drove away a severe at-
tack of kidey trouble and time ha
roven the o re to be a permanent
ome. I take pleasure In recommeadlin
Doa's Kidney Plls to other kidey
For ale by all dealers. Price 0
cents. Poster-Milbu Co., Bualo,
New York, sole aesto for the United
Remember the same-Doa's--and
akem as athM.

Springs on July 29, 1908. old Osteen
two pairs shoe, on pair taaos one
pair canvas oxfords, ust prior to July
29. 1909.
"Was either pair a lady's pattern'?
Objection by defense overruled.
Witness replied that one pair was
of late Walk-Over pattern with small
neel and tip. high heel. thin sole lad
Ughtly made. Might be termed a
lady's shoe. Forgotten the number.
but was either 4 or 4%. Has sold
same style and letter of shoe to
nlumerous customers since spring.
1.I*m. Could not remember how many
lair he had sold up to July 2.. 1Ihbo.
Cross: Witness stated that no
other shoe of the Walk-Over make
(the make referred to) was sold in
High Springs. as he is the exclusive
agent it is possible. however, that
there may be other patterns and other
M. A. Mixer
re-hidel In ILakiland. Ilrother of Tom
E. M.tixon of High Springu. bo was.
a3 itniessl in haLea. corpus irtCpre.e-
iliKg in the rase of defendants.
Witness stated. when asked aloul
the whrcealxmuiti of Tonm .V'ixni. th..,
Tomn Mixon 1as4 & '!. li. i il Fe
rin r. of the I re se'nt var a. w itli
!,i- l'ri thter wh- n he liied
('r ., t' l. !l..!!'"!: : \ a lt .- > :
i.keL'd houw II w :n awure that Ton
Mixolii was a witnell'. In tlth i cai.
')leje ti on n h 'itt (r e rrlled. wr i ,,
witinesm re'pilied that his brother was
wo rkinig il I'olk c('liint. and that

'I ,riff of stail county canllc after himn
in a writ if atta(hmnelit. and t:h;t h'
rte etinle' wittle'tm went oii hit ;rpl, ,;ir
'*I ie l,'nd Witlie es wa shliow1l I he-
IxImad. and rev'-oKnized hi, I linlure.
alnro the' signaturee of d tce*'aled.
P. 0. Ramsey.
Sheriff 1 (;. Rani ey was called
ulad te'ntlfied that he w as present at
the hearing of the halwas corpus pro-
ceedings in the case of Itexley and
(OIeen. and that Tom K. Mixon was
a wilticem at said bearing., and after-

ward gate
bond being

appearance bond. said
signe-d In his presence by

M. A. Mlxon and Tom E Mixon Wit-
ne-tS shown the bond and identified
a n f. I
courtt here adjourned till I 4 isp in.
The Afternoon aSsion.
court t colseined at 1:40 p. m.
Miss iols Hale. court stenographer.
Sa', thie first wit'c. N1m Hs Hale
-.t.ttld that iin her office l cirlu i ityl. he-
fok do. i, Ih, 0'ulinc' t 1o t h hl'c.,as
. oruI.- Iproe e'.diiig J of ie. l n*iol
i-' I. 1 Ili liA K tile' w 11 ''is -~ ',e 1,- Iliir
il I i' \ll\ l, sA i thatfl t.4a 'l ill it-
to ,i 10 to l.> i I' I x11 I aI I wI .1 1 >i

|rtLound that It i Im the bert ei.
de4uc. objection overrulmei. th I'r
tislaki of defense to object to a
testimoi not adnlusalie In this e. *
Defense asked altness if te*timon.
after being traniwrilrr d. had ,,. r tenI.,,
uhbmitted to, aplproan or s ignil I'
Ton M.l\m. to which she r. ilin d
!'at. It hal rti. to her know ls.,i .'
Atlorni Hirilfliln nasked foir I.; I -
,ir tr:e it iip( i t l -te' il uot. ,t "' ilf i
,liv-n ".t IIPA i .r -llm n .*
;'nre Co nit1 1 i% le MNtue. to v 11.1
ltalt' Altorney Hi ,,r repl relh d it It .
*.*% not lir,'*,t*t at tlhe preli inarlllr.
twbin retprowented by Attorney, Fan'
iHall.. Attorney lialle informed the
court that no notes were taken of
the testimony In question at this
Attorneys for defense retired with
transcript. and ade exceptions. re
turned document part of exceptkmon
being sustained by the court. and filed
In evidence.
W. areeme
was present at heardin of habeas cor
pus proceeding In which Bexley and
Osteen were petiloners and heard
evidence of Tom MNxon. Bald that
Mixon testiled durian the absence of
the court ateograperb, who had re
tired, that be had gae to the point
where he was staadlin when be saw
the men. to meet a woman. Witness
thought that was an MIxon said dur
nla the abaseae of the court stenogra
"Was that testimony reduced to
writing?' asked the protection.
"I am quite ure It was not," was
the reply.

At 3:50 o'clock Attorney Rivers a-
nounced that State reted.
rlaer recalled by defense. Knew
Tom Mixon and saw him about four
minutes before the report of the
shootUt on July 29. Mixon wasu I
his market. Mxon pulled or his
shoes ad said be was gotog to bed.
Mixon appeared to be drinking. Knew
Mlxon welL Wa not a man of poor
When asked why be was so post
tive that only about four mlautes be
tween thetie be left Mixon aad
the time he heard report witness
re allied that he looked at his watch.
tind knew.
"Did Mlxon afterwards show ou
where he was standlan wen be saw
the shot asked the defense.
"He did." replied the witness, who.
by request. designated the spot by
he map.
"Where did Mixon ay be afts
wards went'"
To which the witness replied that
\liro g said he returned to hib mar-
'Wtneis said that Mixon's reputa
tionu, wa had. and that he would not
belles. him on his oath.
W. I. brow
and Night Officer Uriner left Mixon's
market together. Saw Mixon and
Mixon a*pleared drunk at market.
Went to the cotton warehouse with
hin When they got to the ware
:loUse. there heard shot and wn.t in
lire'Ct il)n from w h<.i,'f' hhol ('aml'.
tind ni,'t K II (;dwin. asi.'! the thr' e
rcund the' IMJ. of More-land I)lnK on

'hoe groiund.
-hul Iry.ant.
afterr hianam
n.ade Ie,.t of
ke't \ia the-
1xpot w here
found, and It

lie then went after Mlnr
het-ng re<|luc'ated to go
Mr G(riner Afterwards
s lk from Mixon's mar
war* homtute an'! t,) the
Moreland's iody was
required six minutes.

Leuis Bartlett
Hebider- n tligh StritaKs
lligh Springs on July )z.


as running a barbe-r shop.
Mixon. Mlxon's place was

Was In
9oN. and
only a

few feet from his business. Heard
shot between 1 and II o'clock. Went
to fre,"' of hi place' of busluess and
b*aw .,io L In frolat of his market
!lid rht ld lak to him, beut recognized
('rox-1xarinat Ion by State-Wit-
I',i. la1te.d In aiswe-r to his physical
oirlilnt iIoeI that ailKilt that he was
IIl I. re.lir,.d at a little at
It r 4 o, li k butl had inct oniir to
1 a a lee juige io 111.11 ti.- h t 0
. I.e" I a l '.N w I Is laIle I I l % k,

l .' l I ,1* i '"I '* i h iaoi ocr

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T .i-a' listni ie'.,401 t I-tPat@fSims.

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We have never claimed that S. S. S. was a ene to wor
onders, nor one that would cure every phyal -aInt or drr.
More than forty years ago t was placed on the nuarket sad -rMmiS
as a blood purifer, and today, aer a long and a--c'-M a sad
when its use has become amoat universal, only the aIm hoem d
is made for it-dst it is a cure for Ioae diseases sad dlsorer rl
from an impure or polled blood. Tim makes no ls, m@W d l
very best recommendation of S. S S. the b tht it hloo
teat and is now more genera y used, d has the e II
greater number of people th an y other Mood edc i
The blod is the most vtll force We H; ayarey i %
mue, tissue and inew of the body is ded-wol t .I.i.I
and streng, and as it crcuIdates hr at hedal* p.M aa i

prm e them and enable tem to
perfomi ther var ioes. So bL a l
Wlon aa the blood remain a ee hara
infection e we a toa -ap dar ap t e is. m
eas, butany Imprity, humor r
poi an ami jury on aw e-
i md a-d te eynr al ai a

rashes, alndthew var siohtus .. Skil"
tbon, show 'Mit e blod Is i a 8 w r
kcv ondri thion *as a1 d rs ae-rn up w as
some humor, or the pr o o d
irritting, aIry dd. d- -i m s1m aarimIs
0come hM m exces of r d rafaw I
n a dredmitl, while Calreh, I

idS. S. ton mr ta ral b o a b rlb b aiWbM -
tre blood must be puriied bebr Iti body r belr .'
S. S.SaoIsa narlo d blood ar ml L l -
of The has j Juices ad u u of- o__ -tn .eh adO Ub
Oalied cu aeatiie he ha humm aub aa
bsoluslyW ash L h yfoug or ald.u or d & &
circulation anmd removes a d ad evy as --of

DiMaes, Contgious Blood Posoad ON0d 111091 SO V.I uAL
is the o at relabse and at ore -ma Mtim wa me- W
ese hfrtose woe blea ood rhas bcome we& an r d qWeB glo

ooA odrer is 0986d da IN 6 s o
haott. lfe o ediinte r or od. S .fMa l

good raultBlook on te blood smad addle kha
sale at #l drn ores. o- ibWn MW U US

---F. i. MYTRS, Manwr-

I I to 16i.nk f or no" ame
BUICK eo -A BUCasi.

ut' :i'.\1 W'a(lRK AND SUPPLIH8S

i. i o W- -- n o*--

The Alachua County A stract Com pai
-. B. (NI. O Paideas. U. 0. SoWZa, ae..Ta.
Rinpi --AGNC D pIr




Groceries an Grain

T'i Till*' Ti'.\ll ONLY

No Order
eth Phoems 215

Too Large
.ulialifL n~lul

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wetad o*o
fe t mo" y h PN

owaW6 o -I be pow bun.~

WON"to anowI&*Pam

I" owK 1 f w 16
as14r ~r

also*No m fr to00

a" un noww $a a

+rrl, L rw t"sn

410_ a" INtO
mw w a rkftfts

ft IT. a mom- no I~ft

W OIL Ciamom "s isaw-
tu wwaft was dmftd

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~b in n ~saso

-~1 tolp SM~~re

own 404"M

h" .--so"M on6 m*
mo in thei- mWu

amdo aware a dmm we=& m

M"eram" Is."oWtam4~
as =**m -ma-Wmm ex

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S-- S~i1in(d In isIt U lIm% Ue.
h y w aboard qauiatit-'61
___ 5m as"&4 up-tu-eame dabbs
Is heMouth

Davis & Oliver

l-aM O a- etor ret be&
a. S Uo C VaF. Nemed. 5J. P.
f AN AIbk eekap r of r motl
p p : pdi asewm me l
so ftdoS se ,A Sao m "Wed
d Mtoe Is dEortaoe ot er and te
n U Mite. was mand.
M101O6 16 d ie oy aOeer, both,
redf ofO Ub Spriae. toetlled

A I: .O f EL. the htleetoy
am e st of portaue ether than the
aeslbabtg the report of the sm.
lam WNi
Wris ih PlatL a at preset, but
was lviM tIM HigK Springs on ibght
SJuly 3. and was roomnlag at Mr.
rtales'. He arrived at his room
t 10:25 p. in.. aceordins to his watch
%a witness paused the mouse of Mr
fPtch he aaw the outlie of one man
sad hard voices. Knew Beley and
3steen well. ad did not recognize
either of Uthe. voice.. The nlbht
wae dark. Heard abot about Ava
ai-ts aftr be igt into his room.
WItaWes was attired In a dark
0m@e MeO. resomers ad. UMght
aaw kat wm he pamed Mr. Futch's

Wtnaes wet to msees after the
beelgs andi remumled a sort whiJe.
Mrs. Kae Weel. a resdeit of High
Spriae, wau at called. Was in
High prifgts the alght Moreland was
kL 4. She wa to tihe Ih her
hame whea the asot was r '. and
wet eats the porch. but saw no one

L A. DOvil. Jr.. resides In High
Irtip. and wasu the rear of his
beome o s aight of July 2t. between
!@ and 11 o'clock. when he heard
the pstol akot. Remalar In this
potlotin for ten or flft-en nilnutes
after report, but maw or heard no,
use pass. IMd not hear of Morerland P
murder until following mornnls.
Court adjourned at : 45 until 30
Saturday morning.

A Happy Father
Is asoot turtnd tu a &ad oneu f hti
.as to walk th tfltwr et-er) light ait!h
a cr) iu tbhar Mcle".'a ta)% F:Itir
will nake the child well ---rnoXtbr II
aurtesa induce healthy. normal sluma
ar Ikest for disorderrd boorl, atnd
sour tm.nach-all teetbhig babrl-0
need it pla.aut to take. oure- ,t
safe. roitalatn s tlarmtful dio.t
Pri-er 2' and ,f" r r tl th' ot .
b) W M Juobpuu

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ARCHb R. May C.-Miss Lail Bk-
ma t left yesterday merama f Jack-
mavllte to visit her aiter. Mra. J. H.
Tucker. Jr.
The poatotffe was moved yester
day to the store o C. D. Weed, aar
the dept.
The street e ieamtte b had the
street from town to th depth played
and saded sad It w mtashes a Ie
Areher a beast of a Sin esm
barber mhop
The S- boardir Lne mad Atlante
Coat Line railways have put In a
le tbrge water tank at the crolns.
maktag It eaveoalet r both roads.
J. 0. Johaea has the eastract for
r-maing the pump

mle. ILWV.WNlamsint Leto.
Rev. L W. WllMtmeas. n autlaftoa.
W. Va., write: "This is to certify
that I used Pley's Kidney Remedy
tr er eeas b austlom and kidney
trouble and am free to say that it
wil do all that you claim for It."
Poley's Kidney Remedy has restored
heath and strength to thousands of
weak. run down people. Contains no
harmful drugs and Is pleasant to take.
J. W. McCollum & Co.

Prastiee Sheet Thursday.
Prom friday's Dally Sun:
Nearly all the membserk of the (;un
Club were out for the regular prac-
tice shoot yesterday afternoon and
sonme very e. records were made.
The shoot for the medal will occur
agaln on aest Thursday. the regular
aloted time. which Is twice each
mor., h.

For a bur or emald apply Cham-
bdrtain's ialve. It will allay the pain
almost lsaatalys ad quickly beal the
imred parts. For sale by all drug

I Me 1 1s10 Tr re.
Following I the list of deeds that
have boe fied the pat few days
Is the eerk'a office: Mrs. Dille
Duke to W. k Lang: R. Casuo to
Peter Jacksoa; 0. A. Porter to Thom-
as Caves Mrs. A. Warmer to H.
0. Daesy; L A. OlUstead to Mrs.
Z. 0. Oray; I. P. and W. L. Jaekaso
to Mrs. Pearl Maddo: W. R.
Thomas to Raebmel Halle: A. D.
Demals to Abstract and Realtv
Co.; Thb Gaineville Company to W.
R. Tboma; A. L. Reaves to D. E.
Kaight; W. H. Berketreser to H. 0.
Dabyby; W. W. Hamptom to F. A.
Day; 0. M. White sad wife to Dray-
to Averas T. W. Stands to R. J.
Warmoek; J. P. MeKlstry. Sr.. and
wife to ala~svile Company.

A gmile
to a pretty hard thing to accomplish
whmb you're blue, blious and out of
sorts There is a sure cure for all
kinds of stomach and liver complaints
--ostlpatiop and dyspepsia. RaJ-
lard's Herblne is mild. yet absolutely
effective In all cases. Price 50 cents
per bottle. Sold by W. M. Johlasol.

Accidental Death.
Prom friday's Dally Sun:
. Friends In this city of J. E. Mcll-
waine will learn with regret that hi.,
irther. who i6 well-kiwn here, was
' i'1d In *t nrin:war accident In Char-
lotte. N. C.. yesterday. The message
simply stated that he was out drtilng
when the team became frightened
and he was thrown from the vehicle.
from which death resulted.

If you desire a clear complexion
take Foley's Orino Laxative for con-
jstpatio and liver trouble as it will
stimulate these organs and thorough-
ly cleanse your system, which Is
what everyone needs In the spring In
order to feel well. J. W. McCollum
*Ct (.


Do You Do Any?

I i Ot, why tot Mtart ait aroJMutit With 1l6lw? 11)e
Federal Bankinig Lamp ,i ike etvery AwkhlioIr of
thim Wlb k Iialolt to its deJ.-Iit-'r'. -fir twice the lit oIllmit
of ulock o' w-t41. A1dd 141IIt6 lt lthigetiient t of
affairs I, v our tticit 'lit .fhe :1141 ilirtttt srt uIko the

;111't ylot 11 i ft-c I st-curt W' illaving ytwig I a tit With
this 1Ian.i

WIt lrpido we pay 4 pf a emu heat u ew Uv

Do First Hatimal Bink of AlachIa

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metic- is bereb) gives thatbb Imiestbe afte
the Aest ublisatics hertef. I willahor to the
t.4a.ato Judin4e 1 Alaehaa e;W' o or a mas
metthe met of th sAat 61 J J ftTeter
This N ar' eb 0IOAdmlatsriz


Of.Civil Engumer sod Surveyor
P,"imp &atteaLbo nto Oll bwO.Ue.
)ItdOW. 4ros door feorib *f Thrlsur'.

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1tuder w Md by ON of M mae
timb ed OR- of O Cthe t COM
Eighth JJudical CirCuit of PlerMi, lf
Md for Almin einmtY. and dirctd
to all and himulr the nhes a the
State of Forida. I. P. U. Ramsey, a
heuliff of Alahus couty. ,Florida.
have let ed upon ad will sell before
the court howe door. In tO City of
GaInut.% 1e. Alachua county, Florida.
as Monday. the 71h day of June. it.
beufte-m the legal hours of sale, t
the highest sad test bidder therefore
for caph, the foltofwin described rest
estate, ustuated and being In Alachua
ef rnty\. Fl.-rdda towlt -
The Nartbae t quarter of the South-
west quarter and the Soutthweat quar-
ter of the N.,rth'upvt quarter of Sec.
21. Township 14),. lange 1;.
Togethecr with all ad singular the
te''mentp..0hereditltrents and apputr-
temamees to the same beloglang or In
anywoIe appertaining.
laid above described property be-
lng Ileied *o as the property of
T. R. Plekeft to satlsfy said execution
In favor of The Duttom Bank and
agalut T. IL Plckett.
Sheriff of Aiehus Coauty. lorida.
AftorIy for PlaatlE.
Alash" Prl p -111. klbsl Y- l
Tboaf T4 t. A P06111.~
Jr.. soa &L gs411' ..'in
ft s'ruka bp pend ed to440. aI
saw" t he bsaem w4e sidsaio m an
its, s. Jr. sod J. e Ormidr. %woof heselead1
ou tth-' I Inefd. pro asms W'I N 1oofN
sit' 1 fM. h, I sI .are old. suetfhw
fI-a te of u ls. U 0 a h J. 1J P OWI Ph J?
oA~tlg toA"M (e'wpia. NA J.. V0OalTyIs a
rvo e 6o (oeU. (l ew gis. s i we beth INo
$%a seeowE %wewy-A vmTa el % bee, im
pm -P 6 8the to u 1 Sboomer eelsa
oubeea p woul d bw efemdas II I
Nowere etried a "" noweidoes
defeuisef beM eA te orhinr ed
app eartt e 0 Ino f "PWSM is
eaese as or boleo m .61. h bef ib 3'
Mse A.. D m. W& bv "NO
tdesetmiof =613Wawabe thSal"MO
"M defendable.
ith1 rbr r redthsSd"5Oder be gob*
me.l osee a week for fte ebseedv@
ebesto T OOe Gk aess ago.Sa. asew
siAblbI n a 91% r .d Sboe.
S.* HWINNOW. aek Oreub C4VM
A %rue ow-Y ofeurkraL
(1806 1P N fWOPf360. CClrk Cheuk Ceomm
T VU S 01 or Oomudfth Ii t
WASS i sbereft gives amC L Icgmoe.
rorbeafa @O Tax CorUtcato Ms Wg. 4s~
*9 Ub day of AprLA. 0. L
ba 61ed m1 esraw mse IS 17 Us
MAd he "de o sethao for tag 41teto a O
s in aseeriswe ith l. w. Samer aes"O
deaoss to Ahlelto en" Meser bwd w en,
Z 44 o f 4. PA W S) '& A dditb & 0 caO s w .
Tb- "Is" edbeitM as owtdew seof
doe brO0.eof-msh S Is the mum
of J. N ILush
Uto lom w."eam* will be se eomo aso
4" 40 J41" *. eee1D. 0 9 eme
Wiusmn :1 go" *Umseramsead %W5
M* u A. Din i i 9
ar~ ~~~b K. Wr IaIr IXX'75
k m" E t A loehs wn Va-P
Il 3U.. C.EV8 D C
Pcoti'lee herby piven that Ir. 3x rtev:.
purtwham.rr f Tax Cote'fiaes ? o OW. 491#
&wn Olt dayo1 f 24w pL er. A D 6S1. # r6 5MA
maid refsveawte fib as e;fliee. x too bsmade atb
pl Unasfo ar %a don "e toimu e bae s Iseo ase
with low% a eerttate st emhasaee 0te
leiesist deribed Prwwgrty mitosted is Aloebem
sowly~. plow&. towlt.
bwofe% be e. I TP. LS. L I"sere
The maO 4 besot aMe aM4 6 t lbIe uw.
ths tome o of Much eel ruM Is thentin
so*% C Debb e
L'sloem mold q'rUtcat.haU be redee ford ae-
celtow to law. tax deed will femae tboreas v
tme2o d day ofj J e. A.D IS IM
WI1 vIamy ofe is MaurOA mad ealtIs
R'd C'ek A liu C A0 A 12f Iah
I 6 iH. VI'. GIi (

ldse.e In hereby wies that obs. C. Lbowev.
nriharne~r n Tor CevU(eaqe lu. 5J.3
date te hId jay of Jual. A. 0. us.
ha. fied sad ..rtloee (a m4 ~or.
to herin aoora~bse with la. Said estl-
ertlta~i i Aisehasan goss~up.1 FlrbIda It :
~srbul at of losS h Le. IS. ?p. iS. S.
IS-Il snre
'th mai I..d bet. ---- At the date 51
the bosasee of mush .Lertt Ba the s~ae 6
shal be reeeedb
she Sis dsp of Map. A. II. l19
she 11t dsp of Apull. A. 0 I
S. ILWi a.U(I'i
('ar C~~Carous Cour Aleets Ce.. VIm

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