The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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The Ideal School Tnacher, Mlis Cl,.ul l
Ambrose, Cherry Sink, BMih. lrestsi
Evans, PVolk.
History and Current events, Priii. H.
A. Thomas, Copper Sink, Levy conitl3;
Pro(. LeRoy Denham, Grover.
Value of Conposition Work, Prin. Mi.-s
Ruby Hawkins, Jenuisngis Iike; Miss
Pearl Oateen, Townsend.
The Place of Morals in School Work,
Miss Ada Dampler, Roadfiel;: Miss Belle
Lindsey, Bell.
Our Debt to Posterity, I'rof .1. A
Ormond, Tientou.
Address, Prof. J. C. Kelluut, Conlmpara-
tive Educati.nal Value of English Gramn.
mar and Arithmetic, Prof. W. A. Lin.l-
sey, Suwannee.
Address, Prof. J. 11. Coffee.
Oar Boys and Girls, Capt. G. M.
Lynch, East Florida 'Seminary, Gaines.
It ia to be hoped that a large crowd
will be in attendance, and all are re-
quested to'bring well-filled cdunere has-
* keta.
The music will be furnished by the
"Weeks Band," of Judson, Levy county.
All who are acquainted witb Mr. Weeks
and fIailly look forward to the r.usic Ps
Sa great treat.
All the teachers are urged to prepare
Sthe part asigaed them, and that every
one be prestrt at 1o:oo a. m., at which
tile the exercises will begin.

S lNotice o Teacher's Examination.
Beginning on Tuesday, September 8th,
i193, at eight o'clock a. in., and continn-
Sing fqr. four days, an examination of ap-
i plcal' for Teachers' Certificates will be
.. itd t Gaineaville, Fla.
.',,Tl examination of the white appli-
Sct will be codncted in the Academic
Stii l of East Florda Seminary. and that
of t colored n .Union Academy.
a .:a ____itofo fee of Sn.o, wiU be

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'lle r ,kveminor has very wisely decided
nt-lt to i apolitt a lt x assessor for this
county urt;tl a clloice lias been made by
the people in a primary. or by their rep-
reseutative in the IDenocratic Executive
C'ommritntee. Realizing that I cannot
have a persiial meeting imtmecliately
ailih young, I hope to reach all throng
ilii neeiliniln. announce myself a can-
didate for tax assessor and will be grate-
ful for y.,ir sthppo'.-t If elected, 1 will
visit 'aliiuilv each precinct so as to give
All anr oppaorlinity of having an assess-
nlent nmiae near their houses, thereby
saving them a trip to Gainesville. I will
.lo ny tutrilost to please the public and
se. re then fait lfunl'y if elected.
Very respectfully,
J. A. KR.SBnoltcI'G.
W\intl sir, Aiug. i3
Picnic a: Oak Vale on September 3.
Le:turer. Rev. W. J. Carpenter, pastor
Kavaratigh Methodist Church, Gaines-
'ile, lFIa.
IElocutionary 'prize contestants, Hugh
Williams, Wsl'ie Mayfield, Rufus Ellison,
hMielael Claney,. Marshall Seigler.
Music, by the choir.
Foloists, Soprano--Mrs. bMyrtle Minrms.
BD so Mr. Edm und Drake.
Base ball teams. Williston, Oak Vale,
and probably two others. Fnrthier an-
nounce nients later.
Athletic coJtesls. -C. I.. Bittinger,
masler of ceremonies. Everybody invit-
ed COMMITt'.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachna County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
actiuin of the next Democratic primary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best ofmy
ability, and. I solicit the support of all
voters at Ihe lolls.

Asearsan e Soelty of e
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TR 'wor 'I':It I'rains Colllde Between
lighlanuid and laildwin.
WVelr h lday itoruing ahout 8 o'clock
THE INSTITUTE .,::::::" ast'r.r.irg : kt FOR TEMPERAN
w h ile rou tli ng i[ cu rte int the S. A I ,
railroatl heIween Highland and 1Baldwin
T t --iboul miles from the former place-
The \\est End Teachers to Meet two freight trains collided, making one of A Large Meeting of Citizens
at TrFCton August 22. thle uglieit wrecks on that road in a long Strong Resolutions.
time. One of thie engines was pulling a
l-- lg train of box cars, and the other
CAPT. LYNCH TO BE PRESENT. oSe ox esniod a gootlly number of fat APPOINT FINANCE COMMIT'
i cars loaded %%iltlh lumber. The great lo
co-rn lives went together with such force
Everybody Invited to Come and at bo wee badly wrecked and sixThey ve Notice That All
cairs of ludiber was piled high orn the They -lie Notice That All
Bring Well-Filled Baskets track and in the adjacent woods. Violate the Law Will H
-Instructive Program. t:ortunatelv nro one was killed al- Prosecuted.
though the fireman and flagman on one
The teachers of the \est Llin rer.li/.i tg of the engines was injured. The other The citizens of Newberry are
the good to lie derived from local Iltti- e ijeloyees jumped niil saved themselves. mined to see that the law as regard
tutes and rememberinrlgg ithl \ry enjoya- The engineer anid conductor on one of selling of wines, liquors, beers, etc.
ble occasion ait Jenlinlgs l...ke oN1 AluguIs the trains ailiit that theu caused the he strictly enforced a* is shown
I, have decided to Ihohi allthii iii tI trying, wreck byv forgetting that they were off large and enthusiastic meeting thl
this tinie at Trentoni onr SatIIrtlda, ALLgu-t their time and meeting another train, held in that town last Friday
22. The passenger triiii which left Gaines- The committee to solicit s qbscriptic
The people at Tieitlon are notell foi ville over thie S. A L at 7:14 Wedtles- carry on the work were C. ID. Ma
their bospitaliity anii no fear is entertain. l ,lay morning could get no further than N Kincaid andl ..G. White.
ed as toea Iountlil'l relpat being preparedl tIhe wreck, anidl passengIes who shouldI The following resolutions were
for the occasion. li;vr Harnsed int Jacksonville at u030o a. anil adopted, which shows that the
The uteetisig \%ill le held in tie in did not get these until 5 34. p. irn. citizens are in earnest:
spacious Baptist church which will sent -- -- Wereas, Since the estalillbhue
a much larger nuonmber of people than the CHARihEiD WITH 5ELLINU BEER. our town, and the ninneroas phos
school house. Walter all and Peter Jones the Vic- plants and tit pentine stills In surr
SAu elaborate program lhas I een pi- tims This lme. ing country, the whiskey business,
payed, tle principle features of winlh i finies sanctioned by the law, but of
will he addresses hy noted visitors. Caipt. \'elieslay Walter Hall, a white nan defiance of the law and public santh
G, M. Lynch, professor of matheilnLies f Mcanopy, was arrested by Deputy has been a menace to lite, moral
in [ast Florida Seminary, will t.live v let'iffI il I'iiikoson antid rraigned be- property. Nearly every iurnler.
his famous lecture on i"Ou)r loys Rind fore I1s li Hlonrr Judge 11. 4. Mason on a there have not been a few, have
Girls." Capt. Lynch wts not able to at charge ol selling beer. The defendant, caused either directly or indirect'
tend the meeting atJenniigs Lake oni an- who has been in tie cold drink business drink. These cases have consume
count of his having been called away to Micdn opy son time, admitted that time of the courts, cost vastini
- -Isstalmmee on school businer blt he sold te beer, commonly known as malt, oey and have degrade and de
promises to be present on this occniu, I ."pop," but said he did ot d or people. Case after case a
,aid all who know him are sure that ie consider llle stuff intoxicating, airl the license dodgers has gone up
will have somethiiig to sny which will Ie i tlereilre. did iot think it a violation of but little satisfaction to those who
worth hearing. thei law to s.ll it. instrumental in trying to get the ol
At the close of tire instiitte hbei w ill li 11.1 :t (OItIlititelt tlral before er totrial. The impression las
be a grand challenge lebn:ie tn tile dli- Jlge M'l.iconi, who considered the Ievi. abroad that we who have been the r
pensary (question ,y some of tlie l)e.t lie- lt'-cc .reifficent to hl0o hit, andi he was est sufferers under these conditirios,
haters in the West End. Tlhe iuhjt is Ituil osaur to await the action of the been passive, have cloaked the evil,
"Resolved, That a dispensary is the wbest ..,,-"i ji:, ut tle sl'1i of $125. could have resented interference Ib
solution of the liqiior problem i l lor ii.I R- JO)NE.S AitRFTKD. law through its officers. And
ida." The line-up is a-, follli\o: .\lil ll- 'Ite-,crr.l.v S"erriff Fenuell arrested Whereas, The people have spoke
itive, C. W. Mc EIroy, T. J Love Nt.:-t- IPcter J lri:s, colored, also of Micanopy, the polls, the verdict is plain and
tive, W. W. Colson, M. C. Mclutti-n. ,1i> .1 charge the haltie as was the charge phatic, and we believe that now i:
The'full program is a- forllowS0 ig i;i.,t Ifll. Joile is was arraigned before accepted time to strike the flni,
Music n i,.t- Judge \I'ouij yesterday and was blow. Therefore be it
Song, Corluihia. I 'iiiul esc. in tile sumi of r l 12 to await Resolved, That we call upon all
P-'rayer, Hon. W'. \\'. Colon, Tre-ti.ont ti, ai t.i o the grand jttry. citizens of our town, and from the cc
Welcome Address, .' W ik sup)Ltr- --- at large, to conm to our assistance ii
visor of Treuton school. ixcxecullve Committee to Meet Aug 22 couraging, prosecuting and stumpiu
Response, 'riil. VWiley Tl'illintn:. 'liir. j It <,1'l, Ilh to a telegram from Dr. Me- the illegal sale of liquor.
Sink. I 'in-' r ,'-oeruor Jennings has wired Second, That we hereby notify al
Purpose of 1.ocal Instituter I'r'- .\I. II i s .miin tig to his interpretation of sons so inclined to evade tle law, th
Del.and, Bartram. .- li ):itf: 11 ,t tile I)Deuocrati party, will not countenance tile sale of ir
Ni uber Work in Priinsat r 1 r.ler M11- the. ilt nmirlliod by which tle County caniis under the caption of tonics, u
Fannie Blizelle, Jennings I.ake.. I:'.. cii c Conmunirtee can recoimetl a kidney cures or any other form.
liusy Work in Primary ( ;railes, MI .-nil.Ite for appointment to office ih Third, That a copy of these resoli
M. Eunice Piintnll Copper Siiik. I.ev\ tI u lghi a primary Election. be sent to ilis lonor Jluge Will
county. Tline g ,overnor furlier says that if it is honorable prosecuting attorney, ar
Pleasures of Country School T'reliilng '*lt ii.poi' e oif tlle County Excecutive our worthy sheriff, with the reiqu
Prin. O. AM. Tillman, 1'Uon <;riroe. '.i)linititee to hold ai primary IElection the latter that he instruct his deputy
Music. il iill the vacancy occisioned by the use tl-e utmost diligence.
-Proper Metliols of Ieacnling Rt ainlitg. -.t a' oU C-ii11. liell, lie wll await the re- Fourth, That a copy of these re
Miss Gabrella Abbott, Clevelail rult of Misch psiliary election. tions be sent to the collector of liat
Duties of the Teacher to the Coninilln- I lr. Mi Kint-;i lita c-lled the cotitmmit- revenue with a reolpest that all pe
ity, Miss Flavius Cason, Uniot (Groae, iee to meet Aug. 22nd. to consider who take out license, be required to
Miss Agnes Zetrouer. Cow C'reek. whether or not a ptriary will be held them in a conspicuous place as th
How Shall we Teach Spelling, MIi. Ir. McKlstry stays that a primary will provides.
Mary Hague, Franklin; Miss Ro-a .5MIy, cost about .I~.w., and because of the ex. Fifth, That a committee of three
Jax\rille. pense a in icotnvteient season of tlle appointed to solicit subscriptions
Music. I vyar, it i his opinion that the committee fund to be used for the prosecute
Methods of l'uniishnnt, Mis s Aliln will ,leirle nIot to call a primary. those who attempt the sale of intoxi
Qsteen, Bartram; Miss Mahry Dudley, ---- anywhere in thisportion of the count
.nii To Tire Voters of Alachua County. Sixth. That a further coutinitt

three be appointed, whose Iusiness It
shall be to collect frou above subscribers
their pro rata, when it shall become nec-
essary to use any of said fund.
Seventh, That the sum of twenty-five
dollars be paid for the arrest, with proof
to convict, of each said offender.
Ulinesvlle Folks In Jackionville.
The following news items were taken
front Wednesday's Times-Union:
Mrs. C. A. Colelough and daughter,
Miss Lucile, of Gainesville, came tu the
city yesterday to take the comancle for
New York this morning. They will
spend several weeks at Saratoga Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. G. K Broome and their
attractive daughter. Miss Salie, and
Mias Marguerite Stringfellow, daughter
of Mr. T. B. Stringfellow of this city,
were in the city yesterday. The party
left for New York on the Conmnche this
morning, and will spend several weeks
at Saratoga Springs.
Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow and son, Glen,
of Gasinville, came to the city yester-
dlay to take the Comanche for New York
today. They will go to Saratogs Springs
for a stay of several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Chase of Gaines-
ville were at the Windsor yesterday.
They leave for New York on the Coman.
cbe this morning, going to the New
England States for the remainder of the
Dr. Hodges Pound of Gainesville Is in
the city. Dr. Pound has recently gradu-
ated from the School of Dentistry In At-
lanta. and contemplates locating in the
Miss Besse King of Gaineaville is the

guest of Mr. John P. Bartleson. Miss
Kmig is a route fr Iiberton Ga., where
she will vis' ler sister, Mrs. Snnwdeu,
for severst wLks.

w ttro o kat,

Mr fs

The Last Sad Rites Performed
Tuesday Afternoon.
The funeral services over the remains
of Captain L. M. Dell, county treasurer,
who died suddenly at his home in this
city Monday night about t2 o'clock,
were held at his late residence Tuesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock, as was announced
to be in our last issue.
The services were conducted by Rev.
W. J. Carpenter, pastor of Kavanaugh
Methodist church, Pastor Hay. of the
Presbyterian church, of which deceased
was a member, being out of the city.
The funeral was largely attended, and
many also followed the remains to Ever-
greeni cetnetary, where they were laid to
rest. Dr. T. P. Thomas was funeral

Brooklyn N. Y, April ai, nie
Dr. S. 1B Giddings,
Will you kindly inlrut me by retttrn
mail if you can send your fifty cent bot-
tle of Hair Grower the UhInparalleled
(Trade Mark) anil if so I will send you
a postal note for thie saue. Please iln-
fortm nie the amount of postage if it cirt,
be mailed.
When in Florila the winter of 1897
and 98 I used live bottles of the twenty-
five cent size and produced a nice growth
of hair where rt had been entirely bald
for fifteen years, and now I would like to
try it once more if I can get it.
Yours truly,
J. W, 1IAYNES, 59 Hicks St.
Sltale of Florida,
County of Aluchua,
City of Gainetavlle.,
I'ersonally appeared before the sub-
scribed a Notary Public. in aud for the
State of Florida, at large, S. B. Giddings
who being duly, Bsworn by me deposes anti
says that the above testimonial was sent
to hint by mail by J. W. Haynes, a wmat
whoni he had never seen or heard of,
also that he had no knowledge of the
uran ever having used or procured the
tUnparalleled Hair Grower, and as far as
hie know no one had inlluenqed hiut to
send it, and that the mnn has never re-
ceivedc anything for sending it.
Sworn to and subscribedi before nme
this 12th day of November A. 1). 1902.
S. II. GIDULINmsm, M. 1).
.J. M. RiVKta,
Notary 'Public for the State of ilorlide
at larue.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lynu, who have
been living here for some time, moved
Tuesday to Fernandina. urnlug their
stay hete they niade many friends who
regret to have them leave.
Have you tried Giddlngs' Ilair Grower?
Others have tried it and pronounced it
good. For sale at 6. B. Giddings' Drug
tore, Gainesville, and Postoffice Drug
Store, Ihigh Springs.
Mr. anmd Mrs. C. A. Colclough and
daughter, Miss Luclle, and Mrs. J. D.
Stringfellow arnd son, Glenn, left Tues-
day for New York From Jacksonville
they go via the Clyde Steamship line.
The Mar is under obligations to South-
ern Industry for a copy of their Alachua
County, Florida, edition, which is a
descriptive Maglzineof 23 pages, giving
the industries and advantages of Alachua
county. It ti a neatly gotten out, well
written magazine and does our county
credit in every respect.
On the first Mornlay it Septeinber
Judge Mason will try the celebrated
Smith-Wideman case, which has been
hanging fire so long. Prof. Wideman
feels sure that he will come out uascarred,
but Mrs, Smith emts equally sure that
he will be convicted of assault and bat-
tery for whipping her son at school.

Send Us$1.oo fora Year's

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Jewel Laundry,

J. Runkle, Proipretor,

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UAsTnt'n SnAl.t,.
Irtler and by virtue of a flinil decree
made and rcmilereil >' llion. W. A. iock-
ViT, Juilgeof theN I'Ifth Julii-lal Circuiit
Court ia Ilorlitn, Ihi aHnd for Aluchlin
count y, n clhaincry ttiling, on thie IthIn
lay uf Jtune, A. 1. inri, whetrein C. W.
hiattkightl Ih i t'uit plmnilait tlu.h Johin Me.
lienry atnd Jnuln Micllenry are dtlven-
tlante, it i certinin cause therein pending,
. I\ J tlyatt, ni st cial master n chain-
ery, aipiilntturent of thCa court, will
sell itt Imullic nuctionl, for cmbh, before the
im.li hlounie door Int the city of Qaities.
\ille, State of Pllorlda, on blonday, tile
7th iany of Septemnber, 9go3, during the
SItil hours of sale. nl tlat tract or parcel
r lani situate, s Iuate in atnd bleng iti the
county nrf Alachun, .imse of Plorida, atitI
more iprurti'ulrly d hnctilbed as follows:
otnthl-wctl miarlertr (a w M) of south east
rnlurter i e 14') of section thirty-two. (32)
nIt towInhillnp tinie (i*), ,utilti of rauge
elghteeLn (iN)eLat, containing forty (40)
acre of land, mort- or les.
'I'igetlier with all and singulilan the ten-
,emenllts, lhre litntrialll s alil appurten-
ances tothe MniRe It-l)oniging or in any-
wise appertaliniii.
Said property ) to bI e siold n tlhe prop-
erty of tle InRhld lh)In McIlenry alnd Julia
Mi ilenriy It, n ilnfy and iLpay said decree,
ft'es aill nCI, tsI.
L. J. (',CVAT,
C. TlC 'I .AMa, Special Master.
So'liciit lor I1 Conplainant.
I''iler aind by virtue of a fiual decree
of ftoreclussure imade aun rendered oin the
211th day of July, A It. 9j3, hy tie
lion. J. T. Wills, Judge of thll Circuit
Court of thR ighthlll Judic-ial Circuit of tile
State f Forida, in a certain arise therein
pntling in chancery of said court, where-
n Mary (ordou was cuoiniislunuaiit, and
James P. lrooker, Victini I. lirooker
andi Joeplh J.andruim rwre ,Ifelltlanta.t
I, W. S. Broonme, apn RSer.ral master in
chancery, duly apmpoinrt- nI such by the
said court, will sell at aiulh- auction be-
fore the court 1,ra1te ilosr In the
city of Galnesvllle, 'l.ridla, Ion Monday,
the 7lth day of Septeni.-r, A. D. 1903, be-
tween the legal hour *if aile, nil tIat ccr-
talin lot, plece or p'ir'el or jland, sittated,
lying andtibfrtg in til: I.rminty of Alachua,
tate of Florilit, llesteilrel at the uorth
half of the north.-earni irarter and the
north-etM rtsqarter of the north-west
quarter of section two. township ten
south, ringe twenty-two east, eflt0 .
20 acres heretofol sol to John IalgaAi
also forty acres mild to Pleter tiylv ls.
together with all and Aiugular th l 0lla
uluaLa hieretlitanletits aind apprtaittq-9<
to the sarre, lbelonKing or in any-wul p
pif i ir linllg. t
1Ad property to be sold to taly and
Spay sai decree fees and costa,
jI W: aO kr.l '
Ct n i r ehtW M oater.
solicitor for Compilhaamt

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Lttprs8mntlug a number of prumw'
lsniit Amerlicain arid English ooia.

Abstract and Realty Company,
E. E. VOYLE, Manager.
Get an abstract of title to land be-
fore buying. After paying the pur-
chase money there is often no redreM
for tax sales and uncanceled tbllst
gages. ..

Manhaltan "A" Typewrttr,
A Hundred.Dollar Type-
writer for $60,
Guaranteed tor one year. Sotld i
monthly payineuts at a slight advnuq.
to responsible parties. TypewriMt
Ribbons for various machines.


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Miks Aliace Milliner is visit ug friends

in ortlingh Sprintgs.
County Surveyor Ctexton of Micaminpy'
wits inl the city 'uI'resda)y'.
J. C. alile was in the city 'Tnes1,laln
from hi- htiome it A.'lachuit.
Capt. J. A;\ Carlisle wnt to Starkr on
prol'fessloral bnrsi tars yt.es tei, I ,
20 '4e.lmt a day s.soid s enll row io
$640 In SO l) itoith. e' Mall'ye1is. -
jniners C. .llil of .\4l.nlitnr i irs at t nl'i--
ness visitor to Jilt.k fiLvnlhvicll. \'rite-ilr aB
Fresh tests alwa\ iln hliiil lit I'. Vd e l
S nllitit's ntetlt nl.rket. 'I'honDe No. 36-1..
W'. G. Shehece, Sr., of light Springs,
was in tile cily T'l'ucsdlay. i r oute toi
Cedar Key O i
Five bunlred feet nioneling just re-
ceived. Illve yollr piclltires f rtilled at

C. lrinkly, of the firi iof ltrinkley &

Weain, Milleday., If Cyril, ams i, town I a overstocked in several grades of
Wtrlne da)'.
A Waternuli ii,, l ",It,,,u er.,,i, Il mounts, from card to 8 x o size. As I don't
bought of 1,. C. Smllit, i. gnil .nuulttid.ttl n
without any .-trins to nit. sell mounts without photos on them I will
It. Ni. lieckard nl itile it t lioit lai)-i t ir -
trip Mt. iTaecktri d tmiad t. iot l-Its,.m m plhotos on these grades at a reduced
trip to Tapa a,, 1. Peter,,tse
W elllneslay. price \wile tlhe stock lasts.'
Old newspaper, auitalle I% \ rap iillg
purpodesp, 5 car.,i hundred or I s or 5 T e) '1 y are all ltte this year's designs,
cta., at TlK Sr'Aw officer
W, A. Adam,, a valuedrempl.iyeef Ju., tll( goo (llality-- USC 110 other kid.
A. Holder of Rochelle, was in th, ,..t 'lThere will be no reduction in the qual-
Wedaln esday. i
No trouble to make a frame any hize it, it l of lthe photos. All will bte i ,.D L-E9Ss
any price with .IrondoutnA--etr4eettsiut -
M11trle ichine at G;arrett's Studio. ['I )''t)( Rt.\ iS.
Miss Ophella Danpler, of Hague, was
among those who were shopping In tlhe
city Tuesday.
WV. 1. Carter, a pinniiinent tierchlant of
LaCrosse, was a btsienrss visitor to tle
city Tuesday. J
Oscar Morris left Weduenmey tor
White Springs, where lie goes for ita week
or so vacation. Gainesville, la.
Mrs. J. S. (;odie took advialtage of the
excursions Wednesday antl went to St
Petersburg for a few days.
lion. P. G. Ramsey, coiitly comnils.-
sloner front Wacalloota, was trantIacting .-"-- -- --'. a
ittnaiuess In Gainesville Tuemday. hcv Wc you go to Sinith's
f 'lholtogrnplis, f pyou will
Mrs. Shernian Weaver anmd child de.- tell lin you maw hIi adver-
parted Wednesdlny for Eustia where they tlHenictut i t The Oa Inavlle
go on a vinit to Mr. Weaver's frainly. Twice-A.Weok Star, we
will apli ei lhte it, and lie will
Have your pictures reilnrt-d an nl d fI crtRalnl treat your right.
framed at arrestt l Sttdio. ()le thousands .-- .
Feet of nmouldiug to arrive In a few ays. -
V. R. Steckert returned a few lday ato %%'%%%.n %%1% %%%% % %

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from a several weeks trip to the tGulf
IHaunrockr, and other points thereabout.
Ikhn't Worry. The tIown Is dry, but
plant that 20 cfnits a-day with'Moyeri
nud watch It grow ht*$724d in 80 moutlln.
Thie game warden of thlls district
should be on the watch for viollaurts of
the law--omen people are nshltintg nqunil
Irreslh eats, groceries and vegetables
('all, send me your orders or phonee for
what you wnt. J0. .larrol, 'l'honei
No. a5.
Miss Lillle White left Wedtnerlay for
St. I'eterhbUrg, where she goes on a visit
of several weeks to her routlser, Dr \V.
O. White.
If It is jol4printlng you wanst just snll
your order to the runr. It will have
prompt nttentinit,. aln work anld prices
will suit you. tf
Dr. J. D. Watkins, Jesie 1,. hurtz and
J J. Williams, returned yesterday front
Jacksonville, where they had been on
Glddlntg' Flair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. D. oiuiddlng, oalnea.
ville, and the lostoffice )Drug Store. ligh
Springs, BFla.
lion N. 0. Wade, of the Wade & Mce-
Nair Conpany, passed through the city
yesterday en route froin Jacksonrville tio
IitC Senator J. A. iosborough, iof
Windsor announces in today's Star thIat
he will be a candlrlate for the office of
tax assesor.
Mrs. i. P. lHarrison, of (Ociln, is the
guest. of her uncl, J. IA. wiwnm, In
North Gainesville, where slih will upend
several days.
For a few days old newspapers, nuita-
able for wrapping purposes, can be had
at Ttit BTA fficA for to cents a hunn-
dred. Porty-five papers for 5 c1s.
Miss Nina DaPiels of Hawthorn, a
former teacher of tne ;Gaineaville Grailed
and High School, is visiting the family
of Byd L. Carter in this city.
Mrs. J. T. Pleming of Archor passed
through the city Wednesday on route to
Jacksonville to spend a few days with her
daughter, Mrs. Pd O'Donald.
The editor was unavoidably absent
from the city yesterday and Wednesday,
and asks his friends and patrons to par.
don any shortage that may be noticeable
in today's news,
If your hair is becoming thin try Gid-
dings UnparalUleld lair Grower. 'or
sale bir r. t. B. aiddings, Gaineville,
and the 1Potoffice Drtlg store, lHigh
Company H of the Second Regiment
are preparing to go Into State camp at
JacksLanvtle on September 8thl. The
GuOads are a crack company and, their
showing at Pncampment wlll'tb a etdlt-
able one. Captain Layton baing out of
the umoat fi0" t offices t o la,..
O ft'%t be l ,.way#al .a
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,I tOVdto; '. Collapse of Crowded Stand CaUtsci
Returns Indicate Vardaman for Gov. our Deaths and Injury of Over a
S' ernor and H. D. Money for Son- 0 red by President RooseP Hundred People at Philadelpi1a, In Frghtfb

Sase of Mamie De Cris to be atb-Ful Ticket N d. epored by PresidentRoose und People t d In Frght
SSubject of Investigation. Returns from thr.liicl te sat vlt in Letter to Durbin, rour persons are dead, at least Trains o
Subject f Investigation. twelve are thought to be fatally !n.
o el i MIslsippi ndicate ltht In ho jured and 150 others hurt seriously as
democratic prlniary Olceo(on hold
GOVERNOR TAIES ACTION Thursday So.stor o r. A REMEDY IS SUGGESTED the result of an accident which ocr- DISASTER
o ed the nomination for governor of the rsd Satlirday at the Philadelphia Na.
S- s ate. tlonal Leoague bAseball park. A boa'd
Georgia Legintunr Also Demands to The primary election attracted 1thl. Speedy Trial and Punishment for walk that overhung the left fiel Llet of Injurn
Knowi e of Senaton-Produc. O for the sonatoril notli- Henous Crimes Would Stay Mob bleachers fell to the street, carrying time Horril
Know More of scna rd fight for the ssnaeoradl nonien- ohacontof sof pecon
In cicaont" Which Occur- lon betwn United Btates enaitor Justice-Growth of Lynching 200 spectators with It. of e
irdon betwepn United States Htacitnir
rd at State prison Farm. Money and Governor A. Il. Longino. Cause of Great Alarm. Besides the above noted casualties
_Thu two aspirants have stniitiitl al- "- nearly 100 persons received fractures
; There will bo both cxecnllr'e i, leg. most every county In the state. Tl n a letter, te publication of which acans o e Wallace Bra
rscatve fnorlri'tia eaf ie waippltltg raceO mbs, lacerations of the head, broad t cr
Invtle nt i.r' nDred affair, Vardaman, Critz and was authorized Sunday, President ken limbs, contuslons of tie head an-I ed in the rn
i.' at the orgia s.thoe pilonL frm, Ic Noel, e aspirants having met fro. Roosovell commends Governor Durbin, body, but their condition is not ic- rand, Mchlg
at the Georga saai prion' frm, lr quently in joint debate, mnni the cam- of Indiana, for the attitude he assum- rious. morning and
etel' ol a. Mllredgelovlllo. Dalga has beon a pIoitracctl one. ed recently respecting lynching. The Two games were scheduled between ly employes (
.t/ Governor Terrcll, Monday, directl In addition to iloe ffes mentlone. rdnt also embraces the opporun- Boston and Philadelphia lo the aft- few of the pe
.the prJcon coimmirtilon to make a, thor- a full state tcl .l w:s uominated, and e th -n noon, and the attraction drew over Thlrt
ol Invest gatlon of the punishment candidates for ty ofces were ity to express his own ylews In refr tn thousand persons to.he ball park. hr
i of the DCris wo an, which has beon nanied goncrally over the state. once to lynching and mob violence, The accident occurred at 5: 10) some fatally.
denominatd cruel and oulrageout, United Staits Sconator A. J. Mz- generally, pointing )ul that mob v!o o'clock, while thoe Bston team was at The show
and the commission has acted prom Al- Laurin, whiosea i-.rl expires Mart.h 4, lonco Is merely oL.. form of nnareny hat In its half of the fourth Inining of tions over t
ly. A telegram was sent to Dr. A- th second ga, nd was dety from Lanln
mns, surgeoli at the farm, dlirocting 1905, had no ,plo!in. and linat anarclhy Is Ihe forerunner of the second gam, and wcas direet:y from Latising
ams, urge at t Returns ar-. tin b In coming in, as tyranny. Tho president vlgorocioly due to a quarrel between two drunk-n dent, It is sal
him to wire t once all the partulars e tic ws a lengthy one, an yraymen n te street. The National ure of the se
In the case. many of he voting places are miles lirgluctha rtsorte l aly'or crinlm hall ha .eaguio stands are built of steel and to stop on
Chairman J S. Turner, of the priso from tie railroads. This is the first inlduce a resort to lynching y b I ne lbrick, Ihe brick wall extending entir"- were travelli
commission, In pursuance of the goe- iirlmary ecer held in the state whellh procdsa nf tli' rotillrt ri0 t liu II rina ly arotni the grounds. At tIhe top of the second r
ernor'i call for an investigation, at IncIded all state and county offices i prdenuItlnrrntdl that te law is -de- ltho left field seats, and extending spoed
once dirpeted Warden .Jae Moore, of and that of United States senator is in eit ne ;y trying 'n from the grnd stand to the end of the The engin
the paefitentlary department, to plro- incomplet returns Indicate the celc fro atey \o ca ll o te cchni alicty anild teachers, there was a walk aboit arnd four car
co ed to Milllcgevllle and make ta fll tin of Power for secretalsy of Platoe; n vely o- a three foot wide, which overhung the completely d
invqstlgation of the case. Williams for attorney general; E. II tiPresdilnt [ttnHevelt's letter in pirt isreet. It was this walk that gRne ble property
|;" A111 the faels that have been brougtl Hall, land commission; Wirt Adrinm, Ge Durbln follows way urider the heavy weigh,. loss to the ci
A.t out n conneton t the cae Ieoitr revenue agent H. L Whit l nd W.to nor Durbin follows: Men who were standllng on the walk Some of ti
: ut n cse bu n wof th blame sfor the vu Q agent; ins .an L. omissioner. "Oy r Bay, N. Y.. August 6, 1913, were attracted by a disturbance in the t thode Injured
chatlsem ent of Mame DoCrls uponte Co, Irancs Mr. Dear Governor Dirbin: Permit street. They joanied over tlie rallying tached to th
.ptn Alagood, assistant super COLOR LINE IN NAVY ale to thank you as an American e tl1 tso what the thotiublo was, and this Taalnmanater
S tendent of the prison farm, and If theo men for the admirable way lit whih drew the attention of other specta- Trunk.
statonients made are born out by th Officers on Receiving Ship Colubia you have vindicated the majesty or theo tors, %, ho rushed onto the walk. Some of th
Sevidenco to be scrod, it ,Is fro O Refuse to Mee With Negrolub law by your recent action in reference The wcalk beeane overcrowded and scene In the
stated among tho.c wlio arn watching The color line has been drawn to lynching. I feel, my niar sir, nhit without a monit-nta warning 200 foot the collislo
the matter that the result will -be his lard the United State receiving you have malo all men your debtors of it foil to the sidnwalk, twenty feet wreckage of
S dlsclCharge from tihe service, shp Columbia at the Brooklyn navy who believe, as all laras-ling men beiow, carrying all who were on It. were strewn
S, tate Senate Takes Action, yard. Th chief petry officers have r. must, that the wsoll-holnlg, Indeed tleo Thecr wore pInobably throo thousanil while the ts
Not only did the governor order iln fused to means with a negro who has vcry existence, of the repnulic de- persons sitting in the left nol4 bleach- the bellowin
iulpvetUga.tl6n through the prison com- just been sworn in aM chief carpenter's pondsa uon that spirit of oe'drly li'- orn, unit the roar mado by the falllini; males could b
'hitalulon, but the general assembly mate. They have asserted their un erty under the law whllth is as incom- timber create a paInll. Instantly ilio escaping slte
:: romtlIy took the matter up and will wilngnesa to associate 'with him in pallblo with mno violence as with any spoctafors made a rush down theo of the react
"=0 fi an Ilivestlgatlon of its own. form of despotism. Of coureemot
t m take an i stI gauption of ats own. any way, or to receive or carry out form of despotan. Of curse mo a satnd ait into the playing field. Nut it was son
". Tilodlnate,, upon the aMclhael was iany orders that may come to them violence iB simply erne form of an- knowingg what had occurred, Ilo ball jured were i
nfate nator M el ws e line of duty. archy; and anarchy Is now, as it el- players and others tried to stop tlio cars. Some
:,.#90ogp14eO d for the introduction of the The chief cIpenter'a maln e o not ways has beern, the handmnallen and mad rulh, btt they wore swept asido agony, and I
v 61OW13is rivIeod oslu(I:Th0 chief cwpentsr's maof is nott n
I illdwhtB privilogod rosohllon: full-blooded negro. He has been In forerunner of tyranny. andi several persons were badly hurt die. lFftee
',"Whereas, Information has gone the navy many yoqrs and has a good "All thoutightful imn nmust feel Ie Il th erush. -t .-. placed aboia
S'.ltrpa, tro or to i gravouti larm over o grow f Outside the grounds the scene w.t to a hospital
Si|, ..hatt Miss DoCrls, a whit fmol prl. r romoion w lynching In this country, anl aosnecri Il- one of horror. For an entire blocl o31 The wrecl
recent promotion, which was for mer- 1y over the pcullarly Ininietants forms Fifteouulln street, 'roun llngn~n matofthe
O.iter at the atito prisrG. farm. at'Mil. It he ranked as carponter's mate of ly over the peculiarly lidpous forms FIfteou th street, from Huntingdan ment of the
I e.' geVivlle, has beoon eornily treated by the first class so often taken by mob violence w"en strpe' lo Lehigh avenue, men and tion, was ca
i at; ilthorlties of said farm, that she When ir appeared at the chl colored men are tie victims; on which boys were lying wrililing In agony, airbrakes to
; i t boeao forced to do work In tihe pet o me Wednedny occasions the inolb seems to lay lmot Siome vero burloel under the wro :k. [t was 3:
0 lolds and elsewhere out of all propnr- 'eght other temboes of theo mes weoghl, not oni the crime. but on I.e ago, olhers wore lying in ino gutters section pull
B4t1te :op to her physical condition, and thtil trce atrnd left the table wof n he esat color of the criminal. In a certain and dozens were Rirotched out In tf.f the Granpl 1
aroote and loft the txble when he sat rnd of wore eated oho I tem
erue, he has been cruelly beaten to a de.th proportion of these cases the n in teenth street on the car tracks. The was htung ot
Alrea far-more sav(,ro thanl that orill, dyno.ed hase been ghllty ofna athug
e armor evr than that o nothing out of the ordinary had ha- lynhed ha een gllty of a cri ten thousand persons within the second cti
tily Inflicted upn haroned rml opened S e then h has had no com- horrlblo byond dcrpon: a cro grounds left the place and crowlwod EnRneer
o horrible iattyn ll fhacrtt as ) rto o glrne
i s pany at his meals 110 has h en l-m so horrible Ihat na far as hle himimte i about (he Injutred, of whiml there who was ri
"Therefore he It resolved, That a lowed, when he reaclhe the table first, conrned, Ii has forfoll the ight were more than a hunlred. Indseriu- rer tranl,
committee di two from the senate, ap. to eat alone, and when others have to any Illtnd of sylliiy wl Rovr. ablo cnfuslon rclgn-,d tor a time, Jo. applied Uio
S posted by the president, and Ihreo precOded e him h has waited until they No Sympathy for Criminal. causo u o the great crowd. refused to v
,fronm the htlose, appointed by the finished eating. "The foellug of all good ctlly.xiin Whillo walling for conveyances Io gino. but th

fi eoaker, be senl at once to the prinoif Captain Snow said Miller' rights that such a hideouH crime shall not ie carry the victims to hio:plltals, th(b i- behind was
hrprmt to lonvesoaleo the causes of ho would be protected, as the navy makes hideously Dunished by mob violence la sands of willing IKnusl looked after the crash that
MI reports; to look into the provocatlun no distinction as to color. due not In the Ileat to sympalhy for Injured. Tlnoy were carried from the near thi ya
l d the xtthe he whipping Inllllet the criminal, but to a very lively ntrect nt In lai on Ibo silowalk, and Thlree car
4 :.l aind repll't their findlUKngsu lt .i BRYAN SPEAKS IN OHIO. sense of the train of dreadful ctcnto,- Htlnio 'were taken lino nearby privsa'o section wer
''':.Over or and prison commission." quencois wlichl follow the curse talcoi lh(infnso. All lieo houses In the vicinity ghiio and f
i': .lenatlor MoMlehael, in a siruug Takes Part In Opening of State Demo. by the ntib In oxactlng itlhlnlhn svn-- were thrown open to the victims. wore demoli
I P.' eiP e e ullgedI the adoption of the rics'-,). fit-st seOlon
i '?lonl, ed t f ratic Campaign at Urbana. 14ienrc for an Inhuman wrong. '. rst se
;-. e r that If ter wou.o At Urbana, Ohio, Wedtiusday, lead- uch cane, mnioreovr, It is well to ,u GENERAL MILES RETIRED. the tralnim
h he wspapr rpors lng democrats oplenel Iho Ohio rn- nmber that tlio crlnJnnl not imre next two we
,.t w0110Y 'Was one railing for pr m,"
,- ~I real cy was one linug for prout paign two weoks hin ad.\vance of tliu ly slin against iu nlily In noxplallo After Long Service, Head of Army is siUs employ
:on on the part of te leglelaltro, democratic slate convention. V. J und inpardlonalilo finlon, hit [i.1. Relieved of Active Duties. Ilfu was In
Ki-lipd lf the relrts woreo not true, It was Dryan had boin tngagni; ti( nddilrp.,i nmrtienilarly against liti own rnace, ntl A Waslinm pe.lal iys: At 12 \rc'cltd ca
kn'own...t th t is should bo e UrTbana chlalniaiiili nRasniNbly luir. di)es them a wrong far greonlr thni o'clock Saturtlay, L.ilienantt Genp.', I was occliipl
The' reso'i lll.g nt afteor'nooln, an thliue lhntilnor-irll any whlto man can possibly dio Ihenin. Young lasicd inn ortlr in i acc-rilan- 'c npvorlll can
I"e' elrson lut lo, Bwas adopt o w l lt lnt t f Itho cou ty hole threr c.noncv'lllntill uiin 'ri rfToroit, In RiCI ILne, Ile cl ll or,' with l hb e Ird'r of Ilho ir ldoei. asluRIII- nii l two Pni
'- K dliaOsting voe. Sn ators M iha .il' lhe clilaUti qtlna grnc lndla lirln l lig o tn p l.l llo Ili()u K oiinlllt I ho lcnd ih(lichl i i Ing co ininit d of ihe ntril' y or lir e in il' whi lo i l ho I i
,...'.l Hudson wvor'e untinsod as thic s ti' l forenoon, at whlIh ntlnh-ouwe.-, ,rani i'i' ivry IceltlIhr cc icy sIh(cw their beInuc Itec Sttesl. At 101,: i, lt nrir all a r dt,,nnr lralmnnr Oe an
'- tlembers or the committee. fornoon, a h adres wr o isw heir lol( e al. t 10 n an ri iraler
-^ ? l ~ ti.iniado by Iryan, Jnohi I. Zlunmncrniicii. matu Iticny, n(uro Inan nil ullirrR In lP Isni.lti c Ahlj itaut t-enerai Cnorri With tlie
S* O., of Springfoldl; Mayor Johlnson. (if conin'uuniiy, aire horrife.l -at the .runi- tho illoc.l In Ile army In Varshilngton of tlio mion
,"- -',OLD STOR' REHASHED. Coviad Cleveland, and ex Colgressnman I.ornl, nilsahln f unch a crinms and are i,. and vilulity, Iciaemlblel nt tltc ariny other dlmnol
SIe If ClCunlba The t enntibly'Bs dioni.- cllahtrly. conc(.rnod in taking very p.>s- headqitari'tr and pail hilir reespeic'', vas or wag
su alei.,. ,nae Chl-dre In House and cratic day programnnio itrncteld one sllhlo measure to prevent Its re'ir'- to lie rclliliig IeiliJoulnant GenIera.l icaratively l
Usual Cremtion Follows. of the lam-gost crowds Ces-r ,,neI on tho ronce anmd to irlng thlli criminal to Ini- Miles wild nnlmal
r At Wolford, 8. C.. a Hnill township groundl. nilato Justlh-e. Tho nllihtest lack of As soon a
negr'o' ir S pr cancurg, Sunday nl lit. four vigor, either In donunclalion of tlic PETER LIVES IN TERROR, first shlocl,
Ia.' bu'llegro children lrIro Ilurnod io l EXTENSIVL STRIKE IN RUSSIA. crim"., or In ,ringing the criminal o ---- ho cagea qi
"' .i lng ihllng. Clharley Illnojdt J tIco sla itsel unipardolnable Troubles of Newly.Installed Servian were oxrillc
l i, lef whe, wlIrl hnown color'd Pi- quarter of a Million People Affected "Morevor, very effort should I.o Ruler Begin In Earnest. i 'wrccke ca
"Ie ,'v left their hienle earBy IE trce Wlcn-,s- .a
"'.g'S In charago of h It' f c d i'1hvnT. and Situation Serious. tnadin81 Idr Iho law to ecxlldllo ,he I(Inu Peter ,f Serila Is being op.'n- calninoes, I
l d went hro oo heir hh 'ru1l T~he London Dlily Mail's Nt.heilief iroceedliinga of jusieo in the case oof l lerrorlczd by hais onlourimge, nua- wreck withe
ild wena to clored i:hrci, ahunt a. corr.sponldeni, under t dato of Alen l t ., sruh an awful Pcrimne. Bt it cannot be cording to lelgrnde ndvicices. Most tf The escap
y lllell tli rvies. fully confirms The TIniuos' 'orrei-';pin sl. inc-essary in murder to accompllsh rhls Ihe ipres.ts, i court fiemrlas who actucl'- cllri- of tIln
W' while away teo ho e aghl on fir- eat's accounts of Btrlles In Souit ll ut t o dprivo any citizen of those fund ly parl'lipatel in or were riv)vy lo io rnalo a lor
and burned ntlwn von iieh hlnad of fo,' lai The 'orrospondlrent anva that a nontal rights to he hoard in his own murder of KIlng Alccxncal.cr and tQiloe' Croneor l;
nud the ohhl(lron. Tug o]xlc.n' anihihln--ti ( 'nctmne h
o atoh hIIn( Time onsnr child, n lnrr of a million men art nffctedl ferons.e, which are so dear to us all Dranga nlneanr in Ianro ironngly 0, ; i. paielled a
..f ro bo i aot 10 years nof age, jt d and that lnitiltnnoaly RIrlky oc- a'1 whi lllh l'o at the root of our lib- Joctcd in a crtnal nplaolulnlu nia manlo mnalna nnd
. brother a w lere l d was ne. Th eurrd over a vast niustrlal arena: crry. It certainly ought to bo possible by Peter when the In
tht' rs wle lutt'nn to a cry proper atldilnlostratlolr of the ---.. -.t--..
SLOST BUSTLE lI RECOitEREt lw cto t ltru swlft r-eligance upon TAX COLLECTOR' RETURNS HOME. LASH
CZAR DEMANDS REPARATION. HUSTLES RECOVERED. l ilnnl; nand the beat and Imme- ---

And With It Mrs Vn r dil efforts of nal leglelators. judges Owen Decides to S-ttlc His Account "Diamond
Turks Must Pay In Blood for Murder Wrko Gts al ni, clilzbens Rhould be aiduresaod to so- With Gt,.te of Alhbama.
of Russian Consul. Back Her $7,300.- cing such refornis, ili our legal pro- J. I nc,. iax ,ll. i,,1- it f Itusse 11 min
The car of Russia has demanldel Word wnas r ta co'rov l iy Iln l del.. i ermlire a to leave no vestige of excuse ( iit. A Il.:ia.-. v.li t ii a', I ille eI Mamlo ,l
S The car of d ouffHicial at StI. I'aal. Monday. ihnt ilint for Ilioso who undertake lo real von- lni tl tIh, i incnlry. arriv t-l ill nl1l4 p ir.ut under t
t the exemplary punlimment not only of mlss lug hlust, In which $71;tn11 hi geanco through violet v ietlods. g,.lli,.-y Silill Ilillin,. ..i, I.m ,lli.1- farm at lll
the murder of the Russian coilltil nt been sowed by 1Mis. 'lil ("Clrnl 1 '"Tho untlon, likoe ili indtviid al, i lc-I Icc' Jn,: Ii '1' I tli-inli iind lit Into submin
Monastir, Macedonia, who was killed Shal Wnoo, IKnni.. uiin wlilh A i :u i cannot commit a crime with Impuinity. Hit tir'nty. lioieh It .ii ri'tou: e it. lI. This look
b.- Turlrlsh gondarmes, but ot all tie posodl she htad iroili'pod ftl(in a ,,. i, If wo aro gtllly of lawlessness at Inn lilm In i111n ll .i.tllItv matter has
ll n Island train while oni itir il St. I'u-i brlllal vio-lk rc, e, whether our guilt con- St .rail I tys :1.,o tit,' goi,'mon r Jn the present.
mli r y an d civil officers any way h s b follnil. 11. iln h lr 1 asl In allvo si In iv pa rticl nation therein ;r sitrin ed l e l ntlii.r.iv ; ntrnil to lri,. Mamio, It
S Tho assassination of the tonuel--Mc leading hler old ilon11t. had hl '.nu"ic ir niero connivanco and entouraxe- mlt uanltit Tax t,,l:,. t:r Ow)n r the young
toseiovkl-the second Vilder o a te v nablP ni l :illnI I tl m ", we shaill" as redly suay offer later his fnilui or r,-im:i:l ,i c.-llle UcIl t gained con.
RosKulaovsc-thoi second ma order of a home Jlist In tInie to :.i Ii ri .,, o because of what we have done. lit- st:t,. i. tui. i,, ,''.... iIot, It ws 1 Inuch-wantle
.tus la in a few ionl l halina n laedo- ng hlu'ed as rubblli by ..v t,? ,q,,, "Sincerely yours, Igt1-41. In'litg stMr t h,.,-, ilcth uisa id .1l.1 ventures ga
'I lia- within a few mnoaths, fIncs creat h ous. "THEODORE ROOSMVELT." lar-; "Diamond C
Intense Indignation it St. Petorsburg. "THEODOE ROOSBVE n Damond


S Georgian Will be A'no-,g C. rrts of Suffering With Cancer, Man Is Forced Prominent Boston Republicans Ant- Woman Who Feared to Risk Banks Boston Prei
SNew Hampshilre Vcetcra.n:. to Lodge In Poor House, lousto Honor Retired General. Loecs Sum of $7,300. ment of I
B Among llio fiuniur.ic. :n ,vh.-,~., ;,,, Possessed of property snid to be A Miles preshlenilal boom has beoon Mrs. Auuiigsia \'unn Clerrk,. of Shaw- In a tletr
be gulests of the Nw ln1:111111n,,: ,-, %vorth thousands, ndil denied ndmins- started by prominent republicans i'1 nee, Kans, rsportelnd ito I'autl l). Canada, to
eransn' Associlation nt i If .;i;iIn ,, Ion to hotels and hospitals because lloston, particularly the old soliler tertives Ihat she ind Ih:t a y sil eS.i- East Dosto
Theei s Weira Lake W'ininien's,,ltk, ,, ui, lt suffering from cancer, Antdrew element, wno are of ilie bellfe tth't tlalnling $7,.:11) while cnii tih way to SI.., treasurer ol
.- lt 'h, are Iltliinaan i tri it', ln i.y, of irooklyn, lias been admire. President Roos evelt, in pernilttlng Paul ion a Itotk Islnnim triiin Mr s. ty of the N
IBarnc-l "nn Stormulerg, Gnermaii nuanl r to the county poor house at Dlirg- Miles to retire from the army wllhunit Vnn Clcrlic. who Is \.ll -lildvlti-anl nn -the Me'ihoi;
i. ador ;. i voleran of lhe r 'i.iur. 1I'tnith'llto. N. Y. His pocket Jire ven reference to his distiLguRi-sh.' yenrsI. unitl Rinh fpnnad Io hlav l hi ri fessed that
p .ruR" siri ? .. nnd (enerail Joh li I tI 1 n, with bills when he entered o service to chis country, Ihan place! money in I ank ani tul.i li would Lie amount of i
I. ordon. slitlullon. Miles as a presidential possibility, safe If sho put IL Iu ihr biuirli. clety'a fund

ish Troops. Support \1y ,. -: Two Killed, Sixty Injured and Great Absconding Cashler of North Carolina -orty-Nlnth Session of Typographical In Blow at
".hia Route Force of Bulgarianr, Damage Done to Mining Property. Institution Swiped $125,000. TUnion Covenea in Washington. led
Time nri -mcitnthi scant can c'f t Lhn'2 i
Ad"it;,11oute Force of Bulgariatn s A tornando passed through tlthhi..k- The shortage of Thomas W. Dewey, arional Ty.umgraphlcal unnlm began :it A wind am

toI from Tunlcn trk a- thr: v populated miting district north ant d abscondif cashier of the Farmers rthe Columblia huimrre. Wir:-hinlton.. I). ration swep
Supported b~ rryl artillery inet an nd ercbantst of Pittb bu, o Pa., early SuC.. ond ln Merchants' bank, of n- day and tor
a e bod y or Dtileryinuti u zott i) -' ilng, destroy in g hundreds of C.. proves to be $125,000, said to be jority of the 3t5 delcg-ares present, ground, kill
vi Thse donl B n rovoluo T y mine lppl an d buildCings o the largest embhea.etmet In the hle. Charnman Vhitehea.d, of the lovale florist, prob
.r y rrdanl' tr rvou ol a st ritr of thl ly snoulated r terl nu- tory t .the state. e reward for committee on arrangemoentra, pr.cidl. Clark, a car
seto e reo ruo Nr ai othlell I Utied te Dewey's pture jas been ine1 9e white by his tild' sti Se'e'etar- Caor lng aevep
the ,Ile. )t ,nl tve p115o .000re ."ll tide.. Aa oo-it $1.94A t% lYI, of lhi, delnrtaeat f cou lnnierci damage. to
010 %ant full -a. u ot I.a.t haIk a nblliataneottoa t' -O d 3oi' Ptb lle.PahlleBr and other prop
1P's s and fauilyt sitay %TMn In1uimd t9 tile 1q, fmat, WAY W .,'h I lt I
;Xw m -.. '. I I ,.." '"',..'.' !.. 00 4r.
42A '0s -t


i Wreck of Circus

f Wallace Bros.


id Reaches q'hirty-Vlo.
)ly Mangled-Englneer
d Section Is Blamed
for Wreck.

others' circus was wreck-
and Trunk yards at Dlu-
in, at 4 o'clock l.rlday
twenty-two men, most-
af the circus, Including a
reformers, were killed o'it-
y more were InjurmId,

wds traveling in two soo.
he Grand Trunk traccts
Sto Laporo and the a(cl-
d, was caused by ihe fail-
cond section or the train
lnio. The two sections
ng near each other, anid
an Into the frats at full

o of the second secli')i
s of the first section w'.ro
emolishied. inuch valii-
was destroyed and tio
rcus people will be bheay.
hose killed and a fow of
I %ore railroad people- L-
le train. These Incliude
J. McCarthy, of tih Gra:ld

e animals were killed, thIe
Grand Trunk yards after
n ieing appalling. Tl'o
Iho englumi and four cars
about and piled hilSa,
lrieks of the Injured and
g of the irlghtoned ant-
to heard love the hiss (I
am and the excited sliouls
ie hours before all the In-
rescued from the wreclredd
of them were In toirlblo
t Is feared that many will
n of the Injured were
rd-speial Irtmlni and tale l
in Delrlot for trealmonot
k, according to the state-
engineer of the second Iec-
used by the failure of '.lie
45 o'clock when t'ho flrzt
ed Into tioe WVet endl of
rrunk yards. A red Ilgiit
n the roar ear to stop Ilit
Problst, of Duttle Cri':i,
inning the engtie of tlio
anys lie saw this light ol'ii
brakouh To Iln hI(irror. it
vorkt lie reversed his en-
o mononioni t fi tihe train
t too great, and wlili a
arcnlsed all of tine tA Ii
ril., tho two trninH il'cl.
rH of (lio slalioniiry thlr.t
re telescopetl and ihe oin-
e cars of the moving trul!i
shed. The rear car (of iliti
SWals a canloose in whit, Ii
in were sleeping and tlih
?ro filled wlli sleeping'e r.
os. Tline gilealtst Iliini 1
the cahonnso. OnIe f 'lic!
rs of the sIo(.ntldel crilou
?od by fivo e rllhaints iLd
els. ,Ono of tle elpll iir
anols were cilll(.d onlril;'!t
uther nnilaiiils andI I,ilI
CX('lepiiors n of tilIs cni. nienti
ageri- was wrotc.l'c, ti.c[I
lIhocl cars conitlnlnng cnil
,ons, and ,ijere wid c'iinl
Ittle xcilleenint amni nr Ih
us diicy recovorud front Ihe
the trainers nrlunnle anlmoin
uiolliig the fow beats Itliha
id. Thie elephants in it,;
r bohaved with suirprlisln{
cnd were lel o(ut O1 li
out trouble.
)ing sicam and rcreama anit
onse pinned Ir. thie wri, i
ritying Eptclacio.
orrar Frlilay aftecrnoien irt
jiury, which vlecwC.d Ihn re
nidjorlned until AIugust 1 1
quest will be lield.


Queen" Flogged In.to Sub
t Georgia Prison Farm.

PCrla, a conn ict, liha I ti
he lash at hoe stane pris u
lledge lIlle, Ga, annl lbi. i
; pince last J uIni i. iit I,(
been kett r, secret iinu

will be renimomered, wa.
woman who last wln'ii
siderablo notoriety as
d diamond thief-her al
inning her the nicknamui



Two Negroes Hanged in Birmingham,
Alabama, for Highway Robbery.
i t 131rminghan Ala., Irillay. viill
S iludson and Will Jones. negroes. hav
i ing been (onvirced on charges of
lilgilway robbery, were oxeclutd
Jones was hanged first and died In
Sflfitcen minutes after the drop fell.
Art hoirr Inter Hhdson ascended the
stairs to lio gallows, biut enled that
r he was guilty of the crime of whi..h
Slie had been convicted. He said that
She hal been a famous crook. Asked
If he had over killed anybody, he re,
plied: "I will tell Old Marster about

-The Georgia Dairymen's Assocla-
lion adjournlll at Athens Wednesday
TEXT-BOOKS MEASURE to moot .i TallahFll. ....t vm Rr

.. ... UL S- lll-,ll*li ra iullB nVl YUi 41,
acher Adr. ;s Embezzle. Adopted in Georgia Senate Wit a wa er, co eted ofat s-
F.Wisty Thou'r-nd Dollar ped n orgla enate Wt way robberywroexecuted at jir-
Fow Minor Amendments m ngham, Ala., Fridlay t
Nlow-^ i The Georgi a d slate selli~t by a lhnghanm. Ala., rr h8day.
the pa r on i lrch i l The Georgia slate sen te, by a vote -A fight between Croatan Indian
the pator ii -iu in fat 34 Io 4, Thursday passed the house In nrc is reported from rth
, r hle 1:':llr~ S. Al.orni. bill providing for stale uniformity ofr Carollnn Se-.'rel of the combatanor

Iew A) !'. h l' Ahl Soe text-books. Several minor amend. wound od.
ist l0 mots were reported, some of them It reported in Wall street Itt
Ie Ht re n nsIi orr 'o 11 suggested by the authors of the house the Stanar l Comnay has Dt
more th.n Sa to!e ru to he l bill, and these were adopted, There l o he Standard Oil Company has acd
0red connrof of the Virgina0Carcliea
s. but little difference between the sen 'emtcail Company.
a te and the house upon the measure
HITS FAIR BUILDING. -Simon Banker and wife, who Ilved
IT FAIR BUILDINGw l a NINE BLEACHERITES DEAD. in the mounalnns near Wipchester,

and LSeven Ire List of Fa ties inr Phlladelph;a plied to their house Frlday nigh.t. II
nd rain storm of brief dti Grow* Apace. liit distillers had accused them of in,
I over St. Louis Wednes Five additional death have occur- forming revenue omeers.
-Two failures occurred 'In New
e --arough the world's fair rod at Phlladelphla as the result of rk Wed esda grred ti
ltng Theodore Richter. a te b6rrible'accident at the Phllatei. York Wednesday owing. to the slumP
ably tatllly lnJnrlng A. R. MIL Natloal League Baseball ark, in -stocks. New low records were miade
center, and severely Injur making a total of nine latalities. Two In several Instancas.
laborerF, besides causing hudre vicUtims were treated at the --he w plant of 'iiatila. Ala-
orld'4s- fair buiildirngt and vaUrous bosapltals and It is bellevrd IIght and P owor bf r de
t7rlyt to il l oat Iel j lhM rY .0i re receve dRtcinun"a -X W4iiya


Roads In Georgia Will be Worlked Free
at Charge if Senate Amendments -
to Conler.BIII tr* Ap'prcived.

Georgia counties will get convicts on
thk public roads after all, and those
counties which desire to work th"m
will not have to pay $120 per year as
provided by the Knight-Howell sub il-
tute which passed the house several o
days ago. At
The state senate, at Monday's s0ea at
sion, passed the convict bill by a vote v(
of 36 to 2, with amendments which
provide that counties wantlng convi'ls t1
can get them without any cost other 13
than the maintaining of them. Tbe I1:
counties which work them, however,
cannot get any money derived from to
the hire of the convicts as is now the pr
The amendment limits the felony
convicts to those serving fiveo-yoar
terms and under. Several other minor g
amendments were passed.

More Sensational Testimony In Fight b
Over Collier Will at Atlanta. tU
The most sensational teft'lniony yet. si
hoard in thll caveated Collier will c'.iS
was given in the court of ordinary it o
Atlanta, Ga.. Monday morning by n
George W. Collier. Jr., when among N
other things he declared that Judge J. ti
N. Uat.eniLn had proposed to him that
they "lolch arnis" in the matter of t!i n
couirol of the Collier estate, and in Ii
that way leavo out Henry Collier, who a
Is the third executor and to whom
yoiing Collier was at the time object.
A. Montgomery, formerly with the
Southern Express Company, as a writ- o
ing expert, was next placed upon the
stand by the counsel for the Collier
heirs. The witness testified that ito
hinl .d examined t le document filed n c
tliu onrllnary's omce as the will ol c
G.-,rgo W Collier, and that lie belle.
od that It. was ann Imlrisslon copy. C
W. A. Honloy, accountant and audi- i
tor for tlie Atlanta and West Polhl II
railway, slated when placed upon tlie
stand that it was his opinion that the w
alleged will is an Imprcaslon copy aiid
lie Ihoiglit it would be impossible .o s
writi such In a neat manner upon sinm-
liar paper, especially the signature. t

Switch Turned by Some Misdreart.
None of the Passengers Hurt.
Train N, 36, tile Southern railway's h
fst I sotlithhiouiil train, was wrocklcd C
(one nil'e iorih of GaRtonla. N '., at
11 o''clock Monday night, resiilling In
enrirois i injury 10 Engineer Ilieik naill
Ih i colorcr fireoman, and to Pooltrl a
('iclia nir.nllhleld n d l Shnrpe
Smtiuili(n'n railway ofmlila l declare
liat the train rnn Inio un oprn switch,
bili Ipastent:,or cn thi train say tint I
ili, holler explodedd.
The Irni 'i was rowdeli. hilt no pna- I
fi-nr.r v.was:i 'rloni ly hluirt, though .a
nuni br of ipeple wore Ibrnlsed by tlio
\vlul,,no of thne exploslioll
Liler Irloppicoine inessages from nGs- t
rainia indtlrro that No. 35 was dotll-
S ralil.-ly wrr.-keIl. thto gh the hcillor of
SIho (cnglin, lnid gono t n Ihn stidl tran'lt
cf Il r (i z.inIc(k (olllo n ill. The swltun
,1 In .li i n irnedti nrid iho iret light ial
1 t alwnVys i'pr entsl af'lr being tirrnud
S lih;dl Ier'n e xiiniguilelid. Engincecr Zcli
S Iin i, of .pinrtanblnirg. sH:lw no1 lnilt nI I
' li swi .tl'li, anl Siipiosing inh t I;.e
track w'is safn t nl aliLead at full


Indiana Goverr-r Says President Hae
S Struck Keynote on Lynchings.
S t(,'i.'rcln lr iiibrin, of lnldana, Molni
tday snill a formal repiily to th I--.litr-r
S he I-celvili] Sunday from Presli-nltit
i' cn-sel' i. I oncc rrnling thlo r .enat IIIOD
a'i ELvanisvllh.,. G Coernor Durbln sa.tn,
In p a I
' "1 l notn if a nnalnnal nc.-''Rnality wlhoa
d tii 5a.. all putlll ni en, nil writr-r.n orr
I liho lro st, ilt c'oerg.mr-n. all tearche r! ,
i nll 'lii in tnly way have a right to -I-.
tdress ith plceple, should witllh every on-
Sor.y Iiiillo o deanoulnre Rsuch r;mnlq
and to sUlpnort those engaged in puit
Iiung Inem down, an detlclare the coric-
S aInlel (l n(ntrilp Iliat 'we nlust show thiit
t i, e l aw is acd'qllRuat to deal with rrien.
I iy fI-n'lng it from every VCnilg' of'
i(( lihlcalliy and delay.'

Two Neroes Hnged.- Birmngham




ll ii l! i, #, "! l p, ,r .,

Newborn, N. C.. had commllted siili,'i li
iI New York. It proved untriu.
-Soutlh ('nrlina negro womnai I
capitates her two children and thrli-
their heads Into tie fire.
-President Roosevelt has wi 'll n i
letter on the lynching evil to G('-, rn.r
Diirbin. of Indiana. The Iprsiidt.l.i
ihinls that speedy action by tlie (,iir'
In criminal cases would lessen lyni i
-A large meteor fell in Indian Ti-
ritory Sunday night, which Illumlnaiedl
a wide section of country.
-The color line In the navy Is war-
rying the administration. there arm)
only 600 negroes In the navy, isat thi
officers want to get rid of thcn
-Boiler of the saw mill or the Min-
nosota Lumber Company, at Cuttint:.
Ga., exploded, killing one negro and
Injuring nine oher employes.
-it is thought Cashier Dowey
stealing from the Farmers and MN-
chants' bank, at Nowborne, N. C, w'll
exceed $120,000.
-Returns from the primary elecrii .i
in Mississippi verify former report
that Money won the senatorship a id
Vardaman the governorship.
-Twenty-three employes of Wali'e
Bros.' circus were killed and many
others injured in railroad wredch cn
-What purports to be the will fit
the late king of Yap reached Savnn-
nah, Ga., Wednesday. By the lernms
of this document, the Savannah wil-
ow gets nothing from the estate.
-Baron Speck Von Sternherg, winho'
Roosevelt greets as "Speckle. old boy.'
was r clved by the president at Os-
ter Bay Friday. IBaron Spcck appeu
cd In full court costume.

m7.; II j

Cream of 'News.

rlief Summary of -Most
important Events
of each 'Day.

-The Georgia legislature and Gov.
nor Terrell take up the whipping ,if
iamle 'DeCrls, a young woman convl:t
t the state prison farm, and order In-
-Experts declare that the will rf
ho late (1. W. Collier, of Atlanta, Ga,
3 an Impression copy and other start-
ng testimony is given.
-Central of Georgia railroad diree-
ire order 5 per vent dividend on first
referred iiicomo bonds.
-Train strikes wagon at a crossing
i Terrell county, Ga., and two uo.
rosc killed.
-Charlos Jo.lnson Is sent to cha':1-
ang at Americus, Ga., for defraudllg
egrooa on the ex-slave pension fraudl.
-Thu amount due state of Alabanim
y Tax Collector Dooker, of Lee coun-
y, 'ho failed to make returns Is now
aid to ,eo $7,425.
-Southbound train No. 35, of Soi;h-
rn, was wr(cced by some liscro'itL
oar Gastonia, N. C., onday night.
nobody killed. Engineer and two poi.
al (lerks Injured.
-Two negroes attacked five whili
ion In Greenville county, South Car.)-
ina One of the while men Is (yli.vt
,nd the other lour were slliglhly
-Board of arbitration to adjust dit-
erclnteo Letwecn Alabama miners anil
oporntors met at Birmingham Monday.
Large number of witnesses will !o
-Postmaster general Payno has I..I
Ilded to try baggage men as mill
lerlts on certain trains.
-Tho buiFtl lost by Mrs Vin
Clerlte, In whilc slio had ild ($7,3111i,
has been found. Tle mcceny was still
n tlio bustle.
-Governor Durbin, of Indiana, lian
vrltlon to President Roosevelt, station g
hnt the latter s letter on lynching liai
ounll ld a licynote.
-The trial of the Humberts contin.
ois at Paris. Mmie. hllmbrt is thelb'
tar ofi the '[al,Tr6rlieontli Il-icnoincin'
he Jutdgo and hoe wtlnoE:.cs a. liars.
-The murder of the niunslan CionI.il
it Monaellr has complicated the Inl.
;nn situation. The czar has (ktinni I-
cd the exejnplary punishment of i.0
ntirderer and also of all civil aild nil-
tary officers at Monastlr.
-Dr. J. W. Lee, Methodist tliinl.ulr
nil pastor of a St. Loula church. ri II.
11ilsq high church views of E.pli -(toi

-The Atlanta board of hri.llh %I.[
ear .llih dnarynien. anent tilie niitl
nulddlo, if they wisli to laIl 1, i111 \ ill
probably not orf!der ni1u Investigalion In
eOs specficl charges are madlo.
-Augusta, On., will probably Ifil .v
Atlanta's exanmple i0 nikl order an ln .lp
lion of milk.
-Clinrlochon. S. C., was vlillcl I.% .k
terriilc elrctrl.e l Hi orn Suitn11 .v1 'I'ti '
PIerbons killed by lightning in at'd
around the cliy.
-A report was current that r-cw,-.
Ihe abscondlng cashier of the llink iit

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; -_M matters

To Rlearic Linen.
Pillow-cases, sht Is. cle., which Iihav
become a hI:ad color shouIld be wiasled
thoroughly with solp ald hot water.
Then put Into cold water ndil soank :ill
llght, allowing a tnallespioonful of n01-
monula to elftth ipll of water. Boll and
blue the line next day. Treated in
this way liten become is snowy while.
Alcohol For Wluilows.
To clean wn ilndow expedlmlonsly:
W.SLI a cloth dipped in clear w-arm
Water wash tile entire glass surface
front top to ijortoin, wiping off pil-lely .
Te'lni with a tiny sponge Wet In a lcool
go ever each palne, pollhilng will a
Sdry. linen towel ur wih111 tlssu t pIlper.
If the sash needs washing that shouldl
be done 11lrt.-Household Ledger.
To Itcmove Stains,
1 Tar may be removed from linen by
Srubbl.ngthe stain with butter, and then
washing it out with wiarm water and
ttrpenttile .Pa:nt anid arnisih conic
out wilt. turpentine. Ink mnay be re-
moved by a weak oxalle acid anil
lemon juice solution. DlssOlv .Btoonful o ooxaile acid intd one of
lemon juni e Ill a pinat of :1in w\'ltr,
and keep it on hand in i hotle. As
soonl as the spots are riniovedl, wasli
out tile stain of tile iisxture lI clear,
cold water.
A Sfik-Itoom SIgcopeaton.
An. excellent method of lowering I lie
temperature of a bedroom whenu it coin.
thills an invalld, oir a spleclil Bsultry
Slight makes sleep impossible, Is to
soak the wilndow-serceen with cold
'wICter to whiih has been added a
tablespoonful of naumontli. Apply Ithe
water with ta sponge; s:iturating the
netting thoroughly, aidil repeat tile
operallo n .i a little whlhe if It seemsl
liecessary. In tils way tihe air which
enters tlie r0oni (8 cooled aind purited.
-Wo-nuliau' Honlie Couipallot.
A IItralctl aitBlhtnig; )Mtllhoi.
,"Take one-half bar of sbaved soup,
melt In about one 1qiuat of Iollinll'
Swater,,add one-half tetacupful of gaso-
ilene or benzli, .pour tltis nlto half Ia
tubfiil of hot water, aInd ullt the lry i
clotlihs inI. You ctan begin right away
on the cleanest things, or wait a few
Smillnes as best suits you, for they
need little or no rubbiltj. Ladles'
wasets or babies' clothes need only blc
dipped and moved about to collie ut
white and clean. I know ill whlo try
"this process will be as delighted as I.-
Woman's Home Colmpanion,
To Iron Lawns.
To Lgve lawns, white or printed, a
S lolt of neWness that nothlilig else 'cllt
impart, take two ounces of flie gun11
Sarable, poIder it, put It Into ian
earthen jar and pollr over it a pint of
boiling water, cover and let it stald
over night. In the niornlug pour It
carefully from tile dregs nlto a cletll
bottle aind cork It. Make your starchi
In the usual way and stir Into It a
tablespoonful of this gulm Irater, To
whiten soiled white lace, baste the lace
Sto a sheet folded twice. Mix starll
S and Wat'r to a paste it a bowl; spread
this paste on the lace and put it in the
sun. When the starch Is perfectly dry
rub it from the lace carefully. If the
lace Is not clean repeat the process.-
N ew York Herald.
Glass For Tablo Use.
Simple white glass In graceful shapIes
Is at all times most satisfactory for
table use. From time to time onr niny
be attracted by iridescent novelties
and delicately tinted shapes, but one Is
ure to turn again to the clarr crystal.
Those who iave inherited the old.
heavy, cut glass from Colonial grand-
mothers are fortunate Indeed, but for
those who have not a very desirable
imitation of it, it is procurable at many
i of the best glass and china shops. Then
there is the "feather'' glass, one of the
I most lealutlful of the .uncolored glass.
SThie: shapes ore blown with thoughtful.
S .carelessness, so that.there Is a slight
e nnd delightful irregularity in form and.
edge 'which, combined with the stag-
tested "feather" iin the body of the
glass, gives a mokt artistic result.-
New York Tribune.
S'. R C PES .
.Pineapple and Orange Frappce--Crnrt
n fresh pineapple or use a can of the
grated goods; add two cupfuls of sugar
and four cupfuls of water. oiBell fifteen
Slulnutcs nand cool, then add a cupful
of orange juice and the juice of two
Lemons. Strain through a cheesecldtlh,

added quart of ice water, sugar syrup.
If needed, and freeze to a mus1h.
Vanilla Sauce-Put one pint of milk
over the fire; rub two tablespoonfull
of cord starch in a Ille t colil inllk or
water; when hie nilllk s rnail1ng I hot
add tlhe corn etrchl. nllrlrig until II Is
creamy; lcnt I le yolk of one c'e; Ipour
soine of ihe nilxture over It. Ilieu put
all together, adding three lanllsponin-
fiula of sligar: silir uinlll tie hegg lal
cooked; do not allow io Loll; icinoeio
froin the tire; add orie IptaPliOCl of illt-
tor ln siunll pieces nild one teaspoon
of vanilla extract.
Asparagus In Amluili-Tnkeo one
quart of tops cut from grrela nsplra-n
gus, boll albuut l flIen innlniteP nnal
drainIn a clolli. keeping It hol. Tnke
stale plain rolls. and cari'efully clit "o
the tops, scoop out tiht crulnb and pet
tb shells In tlhe W-ett-fi dry. I'it as
ilnt of inllk In a double oIller to scald
and Uilltken wilh four eggs well
beaten. When it thickenas tllr In twcr
level tablespoonfuls of bittrr and Falt
and pepper to taste. Lay the asmnr-n-
gau In this and when hot fill Into the
shells; replace the tops, set in the otre
for a few minutes and serve.
Cream or Tomato Witl Ricee-Tnake
a plat of tomatoes; pick over and wash
half a cup of rice. Put the tomatoes
in a soup kettle with a pint of cold
water nd .let them gradually l ome to
a boll, then ndd another pint of cold
water, and wien it comes to a holl add
the rice, two teaspoonfuls of salt annd a
I Baltspdonflii of pepper; holl tnlll the
S rtce I tender Ibut not soft enough to
beak, then stir in a paste made Iby
l'. bbig together two tablestoonfnla
,, ,butter And one 6t flour, a sslltpoon.
i.' ,".. tll *O ,'tnd about a pinlt of hot
.. llo ialse the soup me


A Woman Who Travels Fnarlessly
V, and All Alone.
One of the bravest and best work-
ers for the civilizing of the oIdians
on the reservations Is a white woman.
Her name Is Estelle Reel, she balls
from Wyoming and she holds the Im-
portant position of superintendent of
Indian schools for the United States.
Miss Reel In a young woman of at-
tractive personality and great cour-
age. She travels alone among the
Indlans In the remotest and wildest
parts of the country. The fiercest
looking brave has nd power to fright-
on her, and her dauntless pluck has
naturally won the Indians' respect and
esteem as nothing else would have
The young superintendent Is per-
forming her work In a manner which
reflects credit on womanhood. As a
result a marked imprQyement Is no-
ticeable In the education of the In-
dian all over the country. Each year
Miss Reel travels from coast to
coast to study the various needs of
the reservation schools, and -compare
their results with other schools In
more settled districts. During her
first year of office she traveled sevel
months, becoming acquainted with
the various tribes and the methods
used In civilizing them. Much of the
distance was covered by stage and wfg-
on. It is largely due to.her personal
observation that the schools show
greater eflieloncy than at any other
time during their history.
Congress has a faculty of appro
printing money for Indian schools
without a definite idea of where they
are to be located. The representative
In Washington knows little or noth
Ing of the wilds of Arizona. Another
reason for the Inaccessablllty of the
schools Is that they are frequently
established near reservations' for
which the Indians purposely chose re-
mote locations. Miss Rtel often tray.
els through parts of the country
where there Is not even a wagon road.
Her most porilous journey Is ur
tho Colorado River. She Is obliged tc
board a bargo and take a two days'
journey on the river, -accompanied
qnly by two Indiana. Teachers who
have come a long distance from -the
East protest that they cannot go when
they get .thls far, biut Miss Reel Is
confident the Indians are her friends.
and never feels the- silghtltThlifTeo-6
them. -
Isolation from rallroads-makes Miss
Reel's visit an event In any Indian
school, especially as she carries with
her a whole pbarmasopoela of med..
cine. This a l Intended for the teach.
ers and selcolars, to whom she is doc
tor and nunrt.--Washington Star,

Features of Alnelee's for August.
An Unwilling Oiost (novel), by Wil,
liam Gordon-Perez. Lady Molly Cal.
very (short story), by i,. P. Harrlott
Watson. An Absent-Minded Love A-f.
fair (short story), by Emery Pottle.
The Shield of Privilege short story),
by Frederick Trevor Hill. The iror.:e
of Hlablt (short story), by B. NesUit..
On the Girls that dave Left Us (es-
say), by Frank S. Ariett. The Land
of Regrets shott story), by John Oil--
ver Hobbes. The House of Anita
(short story), by Lucia Chnmbcrlaln.
A Friend of Princes (short story), by
Charles Belmont Davis. In Perfume
Land (essay), by Sidney Allan. 0l'
Tom Tulk (short story), by Norm:'n
Other contributors: Herman K
Viele S. E. Klser, Harold MacGrarth,
Charles Hanson Towne, Bayard Coll-
ler, Katherino M. Roof, Francls Liv-
160 pp. One Novel and 23 Cleoer
Stories, Essays and Poems.

Among the prize o Tors in the Aun
gust St. Nicholas departments .are
two especially Intended to train young
readers' power of observatlo.n and
discrimination. The editor of Nature
and Science asks theo girls and bhrs
to send him letters and photographs
or drawings of what -they find on theI
beach In August. The Books and Read-
Ing Department Invites brief articles
from Its readers on "Some Recent
Books for Young People." Tho object
of this contest, aslde from the trailn-
aing of the contestants. is to learn
what boo1)00 pulblashed lln tIhe last we
or three years have been enjoyed by
young readers. The ginrs and bovs
are requested not to name books that
every one knows, but those that should
be better known.

Wigg-Wlhat a. dainty little lace
handkerchief she carries! It looks like

a cobweb.
Wagg-Yes, a thing llke that isn't
to lio sneozwtil t.-P'hlla-lelphila Record

FIT permnnontly oured.No fits or nervons-
ness aftor Ilrml da;y' u.nt of Dr. Kline's Oreatl
Nerveeltesor'r. t2t rinl bottle and t rentllMfree
Dr. l. It. KI.r t, Ltd., B81 Arch Ht., Phlt.,t'a
Some men's idea cf a friend is some one
they can go to for favors.
Ask Tour Dealer For Allamn's oort-La.l
A powder to aibaol nto yourbhoes; lestotlh
feet. Cures Corns, Banlonsa Hwoollea. Moro,
Pilot, Callous. Ac!biag, Hweaoitlo Fe*t rnll In-
growing Nalls. Alleun sFoot-EKamsiikos now
or tight shcr ci y. At all lhruggltati nod
shol stores, 25 ionty. Stal rni malledl ga E.
Address Allin H. Ollnatrs, L, Oeoy, N. Y.
The vegetarian t don't Ihave to bother
about making both ends nwet.
now's Trhins
We offer One o undrod Dollarn Rowardi o-
any case of Calarrh that cannot he ciredt bf
Hall's Cstarrh Cure.
F. J. C'nTz A & t'o., Tolrdo, 0.
We, he und4ersltglel, hlave known I. J.Cbe-
veyfortheolist 15 years, anld l lllve him per-
fectly honorable in all buslneo' transactioun
and fnancially able to carry out any obllga-
lions made by thoir firm.
WZsT A TnlJaa uz,WholesaleDrugglats,Toledo,
WL.DnIO, Ktl55&5 &MAtvWl'ia holel Drag-
T ita, Toldo Ohio.
aul'sUataerh Icurets taken Internily,aeIl-
tng directly iipon tio Iaalo'l ianlI mnutousa ir-
ftues ofthe Pl;.a e. 'Teqi'iim nialti olt free.
Prices, 75. I er L tll. r old b ail Druggists.
HaIU's FaiallIy 'ills are the Lbot.
The dyer may bh far from biang a dead
Mrs.Walulow's soalthLingiyrp tor otllidr'r
tLething,softoatho goms, reduaer lnflamamn-
Iloo,allayspal ,eueas rind colic.2se. sbttle
Even the umbrella manufacturer. mates
hay while tbhenn am hine.
Pio'eO Cre sem t bbteoo lghlyap,)kslof
nas eon a cure.-J- W. O'llt0B( x ''u ar,.
A^. Mlin., poMa.ld, Mxis.,. Io. 0, U1m9.
,b s Bi rs wifttyIma<'* q ue piI*-

Even When It la a nare It Olven Pleall-
I'te. -
"I am tired of this fashion of bowngt
to every one thlOt you have ever met."
sald the girl 'whlo hnd just returned
from a long walk. "It's a nuisance and
a farce. It tIicns nothlhig and be-
comies fearfully inonotolnous. iHowving

t- ynuir friend s I atill right, but cou-
Sslanlly jerking your head to the slight.
' est Rciqualnliut~ is very tiring. Take,
for Iistnucce tihe anequalutaunce with
wliotli you have not exclianged a -word
since your primary school- days. You
know it wonlt I e snobbish and hateful
not to give the nol of recognition when
you meet them; ?b.ut as they have not
the glimmer of an Iltterest lit you anld
youi haven't an atom ofeln Interest in
thhem, It -seemis firelcal to give the
expected nod.
'Then. there Is I-He acquaintance
whom yon have met once, and -with
whom your conversation has been lim-
ited to the conv.ntioital words at the
introduction, 'Glaid to meet you.' You
must go on bolbluiig at him for a life-
time if you live In the sanmo townl
with himn. lie wisl, you would stop
bowing aild you wish you could. You
rdare not cease tlhe perfornlaice for feat.l
le will think you i slob, and hle, of
course, can to nothing but return your
"To a certain type of woman, tlow-
ever, I suppose there is A certain de-
llght in bowing, -It Is like a game to
her. She takes as illclh pleiaisute fll
It as she does in an extensive warld-
robe. She has a litughty. bow for ihe
'fresli mann, and tile nilnlite afterward
is benling her ncm.k graciously, till
snilels and cordiallty for one of the.
'fine fellows.' Who'l she ments a p er-
son wlio has been employed by lier
some tIhmen In solme cnplcity, heo bows
very patronlizingly anind says very clis-.
'tluctly aind very benevolently, alHow do
you do, Jamles?' or 'Iood morning.
Marin.' When It is sol o woln l frietiul,
with whomn she Is very clOwnmmiy, she
gives it little -Joer of her head nad
laughs right out In lior greeting. If it
Is at ialn that she knows only slightly,
but hopes to kuovw inlchl blttir, thtre is
-a- demtitreaess--heer-~how-and-a --nttlc-
long glance to accompany it. If sile
meets some one '8c1 considers above
lierln the social scale, shie bows slowly,
looking directly lit. tho pe'son's eyes.
It It is a woman lshfe hates, she lllOve01
hetr head ever so slightly, just theo mer'o
shadow of a nod, whlch Is Iuinlltely
worse than no bow at atll. When sihe
meets the man she likes best-well,
just ask hiut how she bows theu.
"So maybe the faslhilon of Ibowing is
worth while, after ail, or If it is na Iort
to nod to metro n acquiiltannces, It is a
joy to make an art of bowlug."-I-in
dilnapolls eMws.
AmlnrloiSn Woinlll In fnoulth Atlericn.
VWomnet teachers from the United
Sttces aire In high Invor throughout
.South Amierica. They enjoy good sill-
nrles, good social position and tli-
bounded Influence in. ill eduCattloill
matters. This is especially tlhe cute Ili
the cities of Argentinai, CJlle iiand
SAbout twenty years ago Prceldent
Saritiento of the Argentite Itepilblte
eigagedg ninety wonlin teachers fr'out
Boston to luauguritte MaHssachusetts
educational tlethods I 1 his country.
The experiment proved very success-
ful, and Siatmlcento's eXaitml[ple has been
copied throughout all the sister repub.
lies. -
Mlany of theso Anerli'nn Itechlier
marry leading men in the counirlei
they go to. Others become lawyers
or doctors, and enjoy excellent pri'e-
tlces. There la an hnimonse and prolta-.
ble field for American womenvl workers
In South Aulerica.-New York Press.
Dutclh Qeen sa Cnanera Fleid,
The young Queen of Holland has now
taken to photogrnpihy s a pastline.
DIuring otne of her drives 51e hand taktnlc
her camera, anid when close to the
Edumbrug, over tile liver Vecht, in
the Province of Utrocht, shell saw ai
young woman with a beautiful little
Queen Wilhclulila lighted from tio
Parrlago nnd 'asked theL "vrouaw"
whether shel would permit iher to take
-a photograph of the child, to which tlhe
'womnin consented. Wlhetl thie cnllu'ni
had done its work Her Majesty shoiol:
hands with the child and thle tothe'r,
to whomn she gave na .Ilindsome gift
to plnco in tlho avlitge brnk for her
daughter.-Now York Herald.

A Pnrlslan novcriy I a Ilt of lightly
plneated straw.
Gulpure ;.icn reo lni lIas populnlarlly
and ochre Is tlie fnvori'e Ilub.
Tnlecrftfo pailleoris rile lclng lutro-
duced in Nottllhi:linnari l cir Insert loans.
Valencliaiicles hce li 1111 ecru ilit is
nnu-li in d(,..ininall for aillllnery use.
fecnulnr col n are utilllzcd for laitlpln
tops and brooches. 'The bhad of tlie
column Is brought out In Ihree-qclerlct

Incrustntlons of lace nilcdalllois or of
printed silk flowers are among the
most popular decorations on unmu mei.

Tasseled framnies It want bagn repre-
sent a'Parlslan fail. The tnasels of
nIetal, In delicately wrought designs.
arc attached as peladannl to tho lower
edge of tile frames.
Exquisite costumes havI bcein devel
oped In panlnted gaue, and a beautiful
example is In white, decordltel with
purple 1is1 and foliage. Pansy colored
satin formed the belt nud long sash-
ends and cherry silk wan uised for a
Ileevesa are now growing more asll
more baggy, the whole of the bagginess
coming at the wrlst. The fuloaeu be-
gln at the elbow, them gows ~reatqt
and greater until It tills ina great bg-
like fulness. alsnost vor tws lIand.
Vttablon' says Lba.t U-thit foil' tthe fl-
w is wlU l mOTe urpwrd r -iaA". le'
*sOhldter l ta(lt till ti I i i9tI. 5i-i




.Is0t acting well? Bow es For Prickly I eat, Se
regular? Digestion good? Itf *m t i
not, remember Ayer's Pills. "~* o il.. <,tores LIttletI 1 III e C0
The kind you have known all "IC'hl rl, ". .rrt:.C.. .w e Ort ------ --- -
your Ilfe. a o., Lowl s ~ One of the most prosperous school in the ousit, w tia a highb.
o. ., CURED standard of or.ltarellip, lucated at a very popular Summer oatort,
Want ur mousace or ear i0 lve 4 and with a large patronage from Ilve states, extending from New .
Want your moustache or beard I ok Jersey to -lorldn--an Institution that Is dolLog a great work.
a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use ri l) BellfWI. W will take a Iinilled number oilt uplle, 4icludlng ,..
~oCKINGH AMS DYE .s .,t,4 o Board and Full Literary Tuition for S5a, 4
Mo ai P. 4l P Xr1. N give llr it A nHi, Ii ler per term on coendito s made known on applctallon to
S(.. 1i..l. seV t r. I N. II retn' on^ It: V. J. n. RHODeS, A rl., Pres-., Ltttleton. ,' "
agV~ga D r ,,,C.; l ..;. .ry Cvr ,,

t I APUDINE i UNDANT ................ -
iuES Sick Heaache i WATER can be had and plenty BEST FOR THE BOWEL i
AUNDES Sick Headace SUPPLY of money made by us-
4 o.and oo. ia Drugstores ing our Well Machlneryl

mras WEAK Wt)tXF 714
"Yoll say lilgglna hla gone In for pim r,,n anid d.elayd1 wAl Ur
writing verrs!" firr t, gVarl A ARTI"
"Yes. leard that poets all have h Ur 2a In-cins *ia-o iv,l
long hair, anId nearesl to datll h be. bpii crasr1 Ir. rle itfoall.
cause he's getting bald."--WM hi ng- altllmforr lwth asse. Ai.
totn Star. r(o nm ny, I '. Box H i1. -llson village, lia
Sliasy agIentl wantlid I i r'vry tow*n, lll
.......... OUALRANTCL 'M 01l la e h
SMIss ralslh-- I ,wish yoe would tell yrrt DI.rlinssrre, lalr rllerIt, In sh II i ,Do- pLit t mune ivs I lia .. W
me how I ran break Into soetlty. n ll. Dda1 iu'r th l Ilrln A lrla to ,. no 1I tlil asp ,t.ia mo teItn t
Miss Bllhzey-- wish you Would asco.ir. Arn. A Whllalllsl, Atlt l. Itn s. l sa. Takel I I R iet nt
.4 11 llted wilrtw i llA
ctego tri bune. rrak oW eat o aIst!- i st. man ha11 E W***a*' h I t as sl d

.--.I..-. -. ....


U. S. SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA In-th blue morn, now morn,
. Beneath a sun flliid shy, / I
Recommends Pe-rtlna Oh, I met a little i.ove A
I Whon all ttio t clouds were high;

For Dyspepsia and Stomach Troubl e ^ A little Lov as ve-
[ would no.L havei him taIy3'; "I had a very severe sickness
.,*** v ----' I loosed bls haiinds, nail lIs.med his 11 ip, chased a bottle o Ayr's ur
s GCatarrh of the Sto-nic't is G,3 -t'ly Andl bade bina fly awty. Vigor and it brought all my hair
$ Called Dyspp; S t backgain." Marllle, Ill.
S-f I "I''"I n tho warm noon, 110 sw t'P. noon, D. Quinn, Maraillexi t .
Sto0 ProJUCs Artftii.l 0 i .- wi,,,, ,hn nlie air was gold,
....... tion is G0onlerllv TIlt.
SHonce, Pepsin, Pancreiti an a1 i mt s w.ldrf, Ayer 's Hair Vigor mays
..f. OterD if,,,lv no I;n t'1 t., 1 v rPliaio the hair grow. Tbis i s
S.a ol Other D astlv ne io ., ,.,,...,. ,, i n L becau i. i.; is a hair food.
i ;^Have3en Invental ,,.
-And le. It feeds .d1c hair and the
Theso Remadies D.) No' Roich th hair crows, that's all there
,i l lSeat of the DifTic itv. WWhic'i In the doOIi i, ,i ... Is to it. It stops falling
Whor t, of te hair, o and
S-is Re-lly Citrffr. IAIttlo Love oIbilt ., ,i ,f. h itoo, and
I 'et... ..... IIItat, hi.ly silt a ways restores color to
St ithl(' Carolina, iwas1 .enatoi C lta' tiIht And he 'bath warlted ii *,,1~,1,, !, gray hXair.
SStatle for'two terms. lIn i t r-eit hi t to hlilo, I 00 a bodlle. -All drUa ilts.
i- tol, kildv$ ,n, (}l., ,) "
0 1 I o n n e ct H u n s < I,,ii. i tP19 1-1 4 1n-0 1 1 1W I w il'l
;, l' ^ .^' d1 < iap plj a alnt d s a tll aa Ptr 'o l I ',or that greatLove gone hI ,i .., .... ,--i .,.i.- .i.e. j ,
4 -ai t' < J< i iV lwood, 1 Au ,u .i .I ..A-t i wel, A a
a sho: rt l Im rlod tA ] 4 IA I leri n i, iver,; Seri..i. ,, Si Z as- '.. i iIot.
a tr-ei tfaovd, 1It b Cufi (l t il, i- iIt7Ierul "' I" I1, tfiisT nabules i tni
iMedilote <.ted i t r (iti.. TiIicf oOUlIT.' lp h ,,O i ... t dlyspepalH
ST e o diuy rtoni wAaivoytto ii'i-v "A. a1e llt!n "Not ever imi,.e.,
$ is H H Iv tl 1T)> only re' it tienal we i tot-urh dlvru tairri, l nrulit does not-lnrot'l i'ii ial I olK'nICl he th1 vo uluoj QB th 0 fi"i; I ft of IIh .i have beenl
i digektiori, It euttrei starrit and leaves the O r d, .. III in ho United
SStoliateh to perform d way. Thi s ts tttI d liaSaferl6 t.1i1i
.rso titig to irtif iikeiil11 tVt1od1, "4- "lia!" I Ithottlht, bhut said nothing. I t .-u y lirness
$ 'rat6111na haiis cured a -lmore cases of tlvh l<'lA woi rhl not for tle world lihator lY arising ft-it ii > ll-,ilt,'-. y I t.anailact'l Is
Si th li all other renntodies comintli d, il- wife' llslot -Detrot 'oo Press. relieved i r 01'1%, I'y -r thit Mo
. h- l p v vniliie it -urea ca lirrili winevr hl.1r
Ex tt B ller. a If acillr it s located in the he l, collanl1 4 i If I 'I I tli ,ll,'--n4 s uriglltate
*^ ^ ^ -a I^vTi^ l'nla cilr.1 s it. It eala.rh l'a fall stes a -i l TA'lN' fron the st, ial it t11 I l: iy i lvfely as-
itsi, iin the' throat or bronltial ti tbes, Ie red TA nNT. of I
t f you do iot derive lroint undt satisf c riu iatl ti it. W hn ctitttrh lihec lloi tlict "Johln lloury, I'll thrash you sound it'led I. ii t i ,- ilii tl Of III
tor'y rea- ilt front Ito tiaoe of Ptrut-an write (| ti il k the( tuli,'iiUi ci iit, i. if I .cover eit, illt ng aaat'ho'r 1a0 iih i, l ih i.'l- i,,, ineilled or
at once to Dr, iartrmon i, givia (ti full lstate- w.ll il this l i ti on s iii at ll er, t i t'l'd hy I ,, 'l. -hil 1 of ItIlinnl
incett of your ciasea trld lie will t iepleased to Pterunia is lot stiii\" i rinwdv for give young his viHaluable ttdvicu grt te. p n gi -tus P tis in iti mliia inuly. 'a "And yet, nLt., I heard yon any to | h.it ile i y I('1" itdnsei' All helar imatnt
Adihdres ii'. llartnta, Pi'taident eof The n, airta nre dvysp-ppsia s ia ).o.i .s- it is gi.er i tile. m nlastr thbt I had great ln I glna- I lic ak llili t. i lhei.,. All dit uggid l
rtu.... Mllm, io. id ly dpellill u ltlr tion,"-Cle lil Plain Dealer, eltl i lai a ta llul Iae o eta'.ton, andi
THlF ITNSATIAnTLrB Pt UBLIC. As to Newspaper Names. t lhe la-imailly IloItle, sixty crIl.<, continue
Citizen-When you were runnlg ty t o nt FR E STUART'S i i. sto s lil fot ayear. On
for the place you were full of pmrom.- npaports," sald tn occemgtrlo -ml. C veINs and BUeCHU i wulth t
laos of what you would d(I for nwi tioi," I halt Wth Joy. "cttmamon. -d
public; now you don't- m tocar i desplae. Tho comm -Whenn I allsi wasr, s nal'- 1 of all Is, pr01tabily, I'lTlnts; willltm "iti& C ai.e.lalllt ?d il L t ,
town lastl't Itta oimeis? Othtr ae.( tII-n I V 'r ,,1a-A i t. lt io i to.oa eyimslia'alateiy it
to do anything the public wanted T ..snare t ~iCTimeth Op t'ec-mis r''' n oita ImteTAalr41 SoltheFr. Atiorsoss St.. A11Tt1A'aL
thought my eleeto iu -wa what the U o me ,. u II M'IrO pr,,th, Tiab t ,- 4... AtlantaUs.
public desired, They've got that, ati Delmvnoirito News', Prois, He',, P. resI iF Ali.
now they want a- lot of other tilnit. vert'ito.r, Tolegraph and so on. AnI odl -
It looknit as though tle public would nnonIn-a tie Epiltaplh of Tombsttrnls-
vtae--be stlsfled.-oston 'Iran Art.. Other odd namns are the Pu. A Lars. Tridl PackagefL a
'-i sltlawnOy slilrit, the t h iritla kl, of Pltt,.
1,1-,0h3rg, th 1 .le1 D) tiatiStO, of ollwtui.kot,
BEITTER TO WAIT, theO reetivlhlo Cotton Plant,.the DiC- Portable ind Staionary
SLawyer-Madam, It wfta I who drow 10 Miller, of .Nashivlloe, their Amustin
up your late hushbarid' will, and hi t Flint il-ondation, the Opefra Olas, n nes, ilers,
be partlettcularly requeiteod .that youl Gtlveston, tho Norfolk Coriliucouila. Engines, Boilers,
should not toarry again, bt I--- 1the achlge, of Milwakeo, the Gt.aw Mill
Widow-Oh, doar, Mr. aundtor; of Willllimnport.. Thorli are pla"- s A NEW SPECIALTY FOR WOMEN.
your kind otter .has quite overcomenll) i with nois as Re vollio, Monitori t,orntimslptnioaan lin sa mte hry AN4D ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
me, but wouldn't It be nior sectnily (j narillnt and Watlchman. The towvi na',, ia,, il, B ne itompt eleD arre iat tfor
to wait until the period of mlourntiti t El dinO anadtlo, ina Toex.u t, ItiH a pliat "r i,,a.,rhi un e.. nt x illa It. *etM an Ai T, iaT r
bin oexpited before wa a.noIunn' that calls itolf 'Tho PTpo r --Philadl-i- rPl timne so..a iai.. .. a vaseal de e olchsto Iner
the "onrIIITac- thi11 14., iaaiim In amuhl .asnsiitu m
the ontagonent7?-Phlladelphla Tole- tp)ia 't1 tard, h,,h ; wcr. IW te sit mImli Write us for catalogue, price.,
g attl. ..... t.......reat m ntrt. of rimalle ni st 1a IIIrni aitltn. etc., before buying.
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CORIPELLED To USIN A CRUTCtI FOR itndcil SMoNrcis. )OAN'S' SIONEY l'ILLS '-l--r anils.Naaa (I trire.an disaltarge all. .
CUREDl MRS. P. CONLIN. CAIIsOt)NDALI, PA. riii-,,ur.'a'nii n l l I raIa I f i iltlarll'lf .
IMl T. OC m ht n (l Gre .- W s ito onr Ial !to w ,al d A. Im A a....a..II m m i t.i. .. Ini s .'s.alst it. rlT,1m I
ltel Aveni eo, 6s orl il.lia I ..t aho e oft wo w .ltH 1 1i 1. 6.l um t ma t w. I a lI sti a n Ik1.t lutllhlir cewIllio
Ikttio, t l, dea iptollttdo i0 Ifon ;Iai" ainiIuu t d the tr t0in l t nli trll t,ienl l.rilsll wB.llr t,.nit urlsa'. ir mlileilltim t iiri l 'cy Salrils B?
'l a i1tit i t-at vodo th ear or nu t o a .r n fe ?
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roia. ic iW illkoor, 4ad 'itinll 1 oouoliolt. lip ortlll.a tI liaLn atl.ii i dl oh it tmlsnliuoatoid a m ll.. -. .10, T E A8 -t ,em d ,,.West .
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t brought hoino aBfl 1tgr,,'lffrjlu, V Itlb Iofy ii '. vO rou oHv a V c o vl Asilo ',1 i.
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D. E. GODWIN, do about the interest on the con ho lo to prevent lynching in the vW Have4 .
verition note of $6,000 to Stetson South, but the larger question: .
dorandPropretor, versity? A year's interest, 'Howshall we destroy the criae n oc and are n tantly recei
t---- ... -- ....a amountingr to $.i80,S wa s ue last in OshKl we e coSt y r
Entered .Api xi, 1 C. : cne"vile. March We have paid $180, leav- which always has and always will -to-date" Shoes for Men
a., as second-class annttl, ndler Act of ing a balance of $3oO yet due. provoke lynchiings?' The answer Shoes or en AC
congress of ?Tarch ;, h79> Scarcely any funds are coming in which the mob returns to this vital W men and Children, at popular $ IS T -E. PLACE
for endowment work. The sum of question is already know._ Ti pries and of the best makes. -To ar-
Published every 're.sdayr a1 1Friday, $2,000 was"'subscrjbed at the conT-- tmob answersbitwihthe rope o andT- ard e CEt (ma
S' Cents for i ix nth., have understood that it was to be bullet, and someties,God save us, W e Call TE
25 tCents for Three Months, paid only on condition that the en- with the torch. G e C e FINE TEA
._--- ---- tire $6,000 was subscribed this "And the mob is practical; its P u --:T-
AI r,.rTI',. TNw RA1.,,:s. year. But, suppose,we do notget they i, effective to a largedegree; C ttetion to the Ladies
Local Renders inIbrovere typTe cet e entire $6,tO subscribed this t sternest, the "Brockport" andMens"All Amer- r 1 t"fln
line for each insertion. ear, will we repudiate our sub- the ob stody the sternest, theBrockport and ens "All Amer-
Spiceforrdlisplayalvertiscin'.-i priced criptions? Our note will have to strongest and most effective re- ica and "Walk Over grades. ...-----
i application, se paid sooner or later just the straint that the age holds for the --
=--- ame, and about the same people control of that crime. J. atheson,
H-Irrah foi tie brave and honest will have to do the paying. Would "The lyncher does not extermi- | M" a h so,
IFiciai 'FIachu~a an~dDuval coun- we not better assume then that the
ic of Aldia and Duval coun- amount needed wsl be subscribed nate the criminal but he holds him 1fa and Le a8 1 04. 18 11ille,, FIB.
es uio are doing their duty in- and begin to pay our pledges that mightily in check. As. a sheer,
,itc of criticisms by a disgruntled there may be ftiuds with which at cold, patent fact the mob stands a ^.aa^ ,,^^^,E U
wi, and the weakkneedneess of a least to pay the interest on the note? today as the most potential bul- h .. .. .. ... ... .... .. -...... ..
w b,,ther officials. Brother W. B. Hare has set us a wark between the omen of r .the ------ .,4.. <4
if am man in Florida deserves The writer hopes to be able to pay South and such carnival of crime
e praiJe. ,,f every, law-abiding half of his $100 subscription within as would infuriate the world and I
ethe ext few days Who will fol- precipitate the annihilation of thie
tizea of the State right about now low suit?-Missiouary Edition negro race. The masses of the ne- AND I I I
is Comity Solicitor W. J. Bryan, Florida Baptist Witness. gro are not afraid of death coming 1

Jacksonille. Have you sent The friends of Stetson University in a regular way. They love dis- You need I b4 and you have it. There is I. ,
c.r Stockton likregret to be somlearn tcSal there is play and the spectacular element
Heou. JNo. N. C. Stockton, our likely to be some financial troubles of a trial and execution to appeal and I but the I] that n .Its the slowest is the ]
xt United States Senator, was in down there, and it may begin to to their imaginations. Expediting that lasts the longest and the ICE you want, and such is the Ks o
e city a short while this morning, dsnuponf'oeminst ithu anti-Stetson the process of the law would not ICE manufactured by the
rd paid Trir STAR office a pleas. friends of the iust tution that the eliminate lynching.
nt call. Fromhere Mr. Stockton gving up ofJo. B.Stetson by the "The repealof the amendments Success Ice Com pany, F
ent to Ifigh Springs, and other majority of the trustees may yet re- and the establishment of the ne- Su c s Ic C m
points in the Western part of the sult in bringing the school face to groes' inferiority in law and so (AIM YI I fA.,
county. face with some embarrassing con- city, though desirable, are not
..t --a editions. If we have been correctly sufficient for the negro is a thing of And which is delivered anywhere and in any quantities.
A. H. King of Jacksonville is to informed when money was really the senses, and with this race and i
e a candidate against Gus Hart- needed heretofore, Jno. B. Stetson with all similar races the desire of S LICr T1
idge for State's attorney. He could be counted on to furnish it. the senses must be restrained by convince It
vwa a candidate-and some say he the terror of the senses, if possible, A trial order that we may convince you
eally was elected-in the last con- SUNDAY IN JACKSONVILLE. under the law. you that it pays to buy Ice that melts
eat, and it is believed that he has The following is from Tuesday's "But no statute will permanent- slowly.
waited friends, and will be an easy issue of one of Jacksonville's' daily ly, solve this problem. Religion .
,Wvnet next time. papers, and shows that.the closing does not solve it. Education corn- W e W ill
T'-hat fellow Barr has a wonder- of saloons decreases crime: plicates it. Politics complicates it. II PHON. -
t.l memory, and when he gets to The smallest Monday morning The truth which lies beyond and Deliver Ice at your door if you live in the -
presenting his claims to the pepe, Municipal Court on record in tis above all those tempoizing expe- city, and ship it to you if you live onany
presenting his claims to the people, city was held yesterday morningcinsi tadeaato stetoyou youl on any
and reciting some of Mr. Clark's Judge Willard presiding. The clients is that separation is the transportation Co's line. J.. *-.*P t0,* ~ P FF- S**,,tt* ..,t
lastspeechesin Jacksonville- when cause of the small court is evi- logical, the inevitable and the only
he was shaking the dust from his dently due to the fact that the solution of this great problem of S I C n pan y t80.
feet to go West-Frank will won- "booze comedians" had no place the races." oiccess ce om pan ESTABLISHED a8n9.
4er why he came lack from Okla- to getha drin Sunday and appearManager, H F. DUTT ON & CO .,
.heoma. to have behaved lieniselves. President Roosevelt has beenJ W HETSTON,Manager,
In the face of such tunquestion- congratulating the governor of In- a
Who cn wonder at Senator Tal- able proof as the above is that the dina because of that official's atti- Gainesville, Florida. Cotton D e ar ent, AIN VILL
laferro becoming rich? There isa open saloons is the most fruitful of tude toward lynchers, aid the gov-ooie at e t
.big difference between $5 and $2 all causes of crime, even in a city ernor is happy because he has a
pr car when it coes to paying like Jacksonville, how can any letter of congratulation from the -
freight on saw logs, and some of a an with even the semblance ol president. The president seems to I
the Senator's acquaintance will respectability be an advocate of the think that those who are lynched
the Senurpor's acquaed if he witances wil "open town" system? s not the are so treated because of their color In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
not be surprised if he withdraws oves rather than their crime That may
from the race after that Punta above statement from our Jackyon- rather ttan thle crime. That may Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firn
Gorda meeting. ville contemporary--borne outb b be trie when applied to the North,
a m the facts in the case-enough to but not so in the South. Neither MBl made by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
The Southern Industry inj speak- put the advocates of open saloons the president, the governor of Indi-
lig of Alachua County and Gaines- (even on Sunday) to thinking? II a na, or any other intelligent rimal, .... .4C.- ... < tecc e C 6C.eCeC--s Cee C
ville has this to say of lTIu Twic- not what. then, cain arouse their helmes tnat neguroes are lyched ESTABLISHED 188a. -
So nsii tme South because they are ie- e take pin THE ALACHUA COUNT ABSTRACT COMPANY,
A-W K STAR: "The Semi- sleepiiugconscieces? groes Good negroes are treatedWe take pleasure in THE
Weekly Star is of comparatively We wonder what Mayor Nolan kindly by the Southern whites, and announcing that we have Gainesville, Florida.
new birth, but is issued by an old thiuks about it, or is lie still asleep? if white men cammit the crime lor The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
newspaper man, formerly proprie- It will he remembered that he de- which negroes are lyched the just put in a new line of trt T o a piece of land in Alachuia County Applcao
tor of the Daily News. It stands (ied to instruct the police to en fare so better tha the negroes. Moulding and the latest 'Ai8 RETURNED iND PAID. ^ e e pro
SU for uii law tf do their aa the al. 0 A E D AND PAID. All business given prompt and ca
for temperance and all things orcC the Stirda law-to do their There is a romantic story about Lord imprOVed machinery for Attetion
which will be for the good of thie sworn dtiy-bnut Bryan and Price Kelvin's second marriage. In the ear- fa e tB. R. COLSON, Manager.
conmmunly." did their duty, adtl all good citizens ly seventios be, then 81r William Thom- making frames to order.
are proud of them. son, was In West Indian waters, on full .q O WSDD. DOD D 9 8 9
... .. board his schooner yacht, the Lalla We eXpect to carry a full
And now thie late Pope's umearest ----- Rookh. As a recreation he took up the e carry
relative, a nephew by the uamne of "Just on tiewe of an expected question of slmplltylng thbee method of line of mOuldings and j *y'9'4^ "'4'999 '9"' 9 '
M. Pecci, declares he will contest putblrc amnnomicennumt of his candi. signals sea. e abe R es and w invite Responsible Companies,
the dead Pope's will. Hlie will lacy for lhe high o flice of United Madeira, and the only apprehension u f sfa e UllliU Correctly Written Polic
prolmbly prove tlihat the Pope was Sitfes Senator,"'' says the St. Au- that seemed able to grasp It was that yOUr inspection of same. Wnr f nninrtin Liberality of Contracts,
of nmisoutmd mine when le mnaile his gustine Record, "Governor Jen- t lot'dauhter, a laay he great- We do not think it W 0 h0 1 10 Prompt payment of Lo
will. I)csd imem's wills-if tlhe igs is placed on the defensive by "I qite understand It, SIr William." possible to p u more We cover these important points and respectfull
wills comivey ,mucli wealth--are Jolhn S. Beard's open letter, which she akl, possible to produce more hporant points
vey often attacked, and sonimetimnes in a direct und comprehensive uan "Are you sure" he questioned, half artistic Or finely finished -' Solicit a share of your business.
doubtTully. "If I sent you a signal "I"
dc'molished lv shrewd attorneys ner accuses the governor of taking from my yncht, do you think you could portraits than we do. W FIRE LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE
employed I)y dis.atisfied relatives, two totally inconsistent positions read It and could answer hme'?" r da 2a w I
within ninety days on the subject Wele would try." she responded. We want your trade and aA. sGENTS FOR. TK
The Times-Democrat of Bronson of ailpointing revised commission- it out." if the best work and the V tr Sf and L \ op
says: "Thlose who want n 'bnsi. ers. Mr. B.mird hits from the The signal was sent. and she did aue- IOr d LOC o pany,
ne.s mman lo Senator' cannot do shoulder amd while as an interested teed in making it out and in transmit- lowest price will secure .
ting the reply. The question was. NCINNAT/, OH-[
better than vote for Jmhn N. C. party iin a case where he has been "will von marry me?" and the answer it we will have it.

Stocktoin, than wliom tlhee is not a a sufferer from the governor's atti- was, '"es." Our Studio is always plating the purchase of a safe, or an that line, fr
more successful business ;na ill the tude in favoring the repudiation by A oeaI oren. ur tud s the a pa of aw safe, or anythelnin. that line, fr
State. He believes in business on the State, of what lihe considered a According to Alnslee's Magazine. Open to visitors and we box to a bank vault, will save money by consulting us. I
honorable principles; h1 never ot just obligation, his reasons for at- when the governor of Newfoundland, mationinvite y r order in per- or address
;ir Henry McCallum, K. C. M. 0.. went invite your order in per-
h.lad of his competitor by .c, ret tracting the governor's dinal po ashore at a small harbor of the east Cush man & Hill
rebates. 1i c is tile people's fritnIl sit!on are ably anmid logically pre- coast he was met at the landing place SOn or by mail. Give us
in i"n age when tihe dollar is placed sellted." by a grizzled old fisherman, a trial order at least. whGAINESVILL FL
Ae exchange which has evident- "Be you comin' ashore, alr?" he ask- Respectfully, "_ ___"__gg.-_-_
Sumimuiel T'. Shavh of Jackson- ly been misled says: !'It seems that ea," aid the governor. epRR E AR' GO.,
vMlle is t.i e a Doggett'. plahc s iuldge of the tween Senator Taliaferro and Gov- the fishlerman pursued., Ri c OI i,
Criminal Court ,f Rcl. Mr. ernor Jernnings." It's forty-penuny C ", ydo e Lwo men P Rg, Time Table in Effect July 5, 190.
Shnay1or is an right l:wyet, anid nails to carpet tacks over here that from Red bay, sir, come about the -
might nuike a good. julge, but we Stockton will get three-fifths of the timber?" ainesville, : Fla.o..
are inclined to tie opinion "l1it votes cast in Lev county for "1 ahm the governor of Newfound- Dally D il9 No.. .
are l at votes cast i Levy county for land," Sir Henry announced, with p Dal TATIOs
Judge Dogett will be a haid .inman United States Senator. The truth some abshow of dignity Sunday.
to beat, and if lie is beaten his suice is our Levy county friends are "Be you, now?" said the fisherman,
cessor will have a hard time filling Stockton people, and they look with a friendly offer of hi hand. rP tr. A P.M. A A.
y "Well, 'tis a mighty good job-it you 7 45. .r........
his place. Doggett has been uponJennings' candidacy as a huge can hold it. An' I hopes you will. I rv ... .... ....... ....
power for good in Jacksonville. joke. Would you like a cup o' tea, air?'" 05 ..... .. .....n .. d::de ....
S10 ... oth de .. .. .... "
S 'The few. people in this county A great many people will wonder Upon Investigatlon Lady Henry Bo .8 i olon .............
., whto are lending encouragement to why Gtvernor Jeuntings thought harset an come to the conclusiont ois... ...................Tama...........

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,4 lawlesslby saying, or intimatiug, Mr. Stockton good enough to be pared to those of the United Kelm .0...... ... .... t... .
Sheriff 1enumell is doiug other his successor, and not good ehiough It has been sulpected all alo.ng. tb Rikynnt. .....
tl'ti Uls worni duty whtiS huie takes to go to tile united States Se|nate. L ady. Henrya making a s 3 i ait nke ** 00 { 9.
ll ger iquors and If the Governor was willing to ell- going so far away from hoeb. L e- iee 64 Ar .. am..e..se 4.T
refu,, ve them 11u to be oper-. coura, g Stocktoit to. TL for gov nr min.sionary work. 7T0RiA ..
ateda w1h"gitiiu shouldd acquaint ernor, and is not willun..to-aupport The Duke of Marl7 Iih hmr ......... n._.,t 0 .lm&t..

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