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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: October 2, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOLUME
FLORIDA, FRIDAV, OCT013H.Ij 2, 1903


NO- 46
wommonowil


: .,. I k 11 1 L I 11, L I It-11CIVIll Of ,%[ iC.J-
THE EN'ROLLMENT Pi LARGE. -III -I I 10%solllit., 1J.1-i well
1.11telpillig ", III-I IlleeLing old
I hul,
Work Progressing Nicel N- ,I I [it- 1-tial -I .1ig 1-1 k1fir tits Who will
Superintendents and Fatc- II, lerill 14 I'llig." Lucile
ulties Bus3, 11 J-lt'JIllg NI)MIg IjqI I (if Siallip-
%qLII0 %%III Ile %%,Ili her M rs
The Setiiinar. lielgan it, ift-tiolll lci-tur
year blondayivioiniiig %%tilt [ht' I Nil til.1 -Nil, t- F Mellott 111141 Chil-
attendance ill its hi!,tor, lictilillud all extended
A number of visitut-11 %%.r. (I ia.is-k ill lteor-
Rev. Ilay conducte-I Ili, t I ij-.
cises. Ivft ';tmday for High
SuperiiitelitlelIL(Jlitl:itiil.,,iiti.- %%hcit It(- %%III listost ill the
address explaining title polic., (it lilt-li liuj litisban.1 is tile prin-
stitution B114LI Betting 1(1101 Ili-;
what education Itivalli I[,_. 1.1, 1,--
spects to the hOO'1IlInl i-Ill I UIlL' Ig"' I 1 11 I Mid 01.1114211"Al-nIV illiproVilig
mally cofleges Ault StAle-1 tll,.t lit- I'll 11 1 1
not uilidersLand It,.)%%, ,iich aci ptopeit%- here.
witted by instillItIoLl., 11.1-; rettirned fr.3m u trip
to prepare yomig meii an-I %%onwi, "..r lot '"'I ""'i's ir'l) %"` ollu of
the daties of I fe. [it: 111% ol !1" I.A.,111,2- .-Aid plenure L-01111111101.
dents to bv Indies and geiii.l.,in, it ,.I 1, tlllool 4,polled here litoll(ILLY %%.th
times and ever to uphol-I ilia: i-opit, I-11IF".JI'llielit. of iteativ K hundered. IL
of the Seminary. 1, Ili-juglit tile envollment, %%ill go higher
The students were ailltl lit r. .mitl it, Llw- Lerill Llian eVei hefore. Gainetwil le
their coums of I, a -ApIt-11,1111 hChool. towil-floollL doillitts
PROGRAM PREPARhill %%Mck III..;IIN lil-LI-AP111. MI. Lditur, Itillicattiopy, fair al
The progroui of recitatioii IL.r tile icr 01 Lt., %I It:, L- tit not be excelletI.
w4ts theli prepa.'ed And lit seven k
close work began. E-tch of the chi-!,., A SAD DEAT".
reported to its teacher for filL.-i-ii Illilillic,
and lessons were assigned, everol Ij 1.11111c Jue Uracy Died in rennessee
working as smoothl y As ir ciiiol --Buried at 1-111gh Springs.
been in session for a titonth 1-11 2., ILL tilt! JIL)IJle of Jljjj
The Vreshitium Cla". f.t0tvi -Mt. jvriy
., lItIllowie-I
sixty. A nurnher of the fvii,% tit dc Joe j I rat-y tile Ilille-
large that tile), vill have It-) it: I ill "I Nlr. and Mrs L.
All the teachers li.avc li.!i% .,ri, I igli Npring.-A, Fla.
NearlY 1101 tile -tlleellt- I III A, 1\11 (.1-i- v hail hi.en spend.
.courses and the il %v,,rL- 4-gm ill Inc 'tit -llniiiivi lit ilitir old limille III Fell-
the juiost flattering jm),pvcl .11 'lilt L 1 11""' III. ; 111-1 datit tile little tile-,, welle
The bailracks is fill] ..lf vx .Ilent %.piliq ;.:,,I ilii-k, I.. it Itirn Ili F lori.la lilt le Joe
itien-froin fill over 'Ile -mill- M ill% I' 1'%Il M .111 11142 IlLIX, 111111
otheramill enter st.hold m it 1, .% -1 .... %trthing Iha cotillit
Boarding places outsi-lit: I lie 1-- r..,- I] I I..i tile chil-I lie lilt-
have to be secuted lot- livolli
The liumber of voung U'llo,
girls (jorw itory ii 1111111.11 I-Irgl.71 111 1 1 Ili. 1 .1,, &tit ji ilkeir little sloil
year. ii-I Mi,. ( r Ivy ill Tietimes-
Supt Guilliarris alid hi.; III ...g.g.-I 111.111 IIIL-Y expected
ty are to Ile congratublh:d (--)it III, k .111.1 11-M hill.ke tile jo VfI-1
they are dohig. forw.ir.l to oIll i V LIL
w ii v lllf,% N V A 1: 11 1% 1, 1 dwir iviiii-ii iln Ifigh
it has already been iisccirt LIIIk %. t114-y %%ell[
nianyof the stuilents ill Ell,.- -I lilt. and
came here i-ecatise Gaines% Ill-, I,. m-,,Iir IIIAI
tow n. O ne cntau fir. )Lit \\ 111111) -'1[ 1% t' 1111,11 0 -1 Ill"It '11 01 lilt'v I 14L.
Vautity-right throtigh 1,.%. IIII.-It2 iol the tie.
there is a goo(I -,CIICILII -bC:CMU'1I. Ilit!"' A. 1, 1.1 1. t .1 11-4111"ll bY 'A Ile, and
were no saloonfi ill Galue,% ill- -\ I p I, -,-I I -,L, i.iii-I I-) Ill: present
loon keeper ill a sister city setil. )114 :-4-11 .11,1 :11. 1. 1 .1 ill- ),,111 .1 Fricitids in
here because (lie tovill iI dr)- I I e S.I.,- 111- 1,11 '-1 .. Il s. I lkcil ilotifile. I Of I lie
he himself will do tile wl-119 I- III 'I'd I'luplit.-I 11-1 IlIcet tile
whole family, aud lie vtauls ILI, ho) t-licl to tile h. -
read the Bible, and be it good bliv. I I 1. 1,: .
wa nts him to keer) away from L;alf-un- l' I I M I I I 11--li I I ft'C Ill Linry 14,
and let liquor alone, and for that rea-I-in I I I I I- I S. 1.1 2 I I It. I?#-'illg Ilille-
he sent him to Gailleiville If-, go I Q L,-,. t lit -1,0- oll-I llitlq-' 4 Y-, (11,1 To tile
school. 111, It %%nN it ,evr! blow,
THE I-LTHL.IC St-1100l.. I-k\, 1,, -1. '111.1 illa v I le culll-
The Gainesville Graided still lligh f.,Il III. I., I it, 11.)ilr f ilivir Nnre Ile-
.Schqol is now in the secunill week tit tilt:
fall terni, autl the enrollment we Are I Ili
is larger than ever before. Tip I-Jay Obligations.
Prof. J. H. Fulks, the principal, ;iiid
141a i4ble assistants are getting ilown V-) AL IL'i lit nit-eting of the County
bissivess, and the students are Ueginn 1 119 1 l.. it I I I )r J. 1. Kelley, tile re-
it .,pip-mited nienilier of Ole board,
to know their places and inake goo, 1 11 C
of tile splendid advantages %%lilt %vhlC, I I ie,,Iiitioii %%hich was unani.
they are blessed. Theenrollineiit licit 1 9 1114)11 NI 1, Hill( 11110 Ward liereafte I r
very large and others kIL0VVI1 10 Ile "ut itsobli.
Coming, it is thought the build ing w 11 9"Ll- jil.. Nvol ilivit lei 'lie schools be run
be cillowded, but Prof. Itulks will see 111,11. al, Iar I,, Lilt, rkiiiiiiii-lur of tile school
filled, %%ill theill The allove is not
none axe alighted who corne.
Ift other town in the --;tate ican hunl, tilt- ipf the re'-OlUtioll, but is tile
of Iwo just such schools as are Ewt F'or f %VIIFtt WC 1.1114lerstand the ill-
i4a. Seminary anti Gainesville 11-1mlull ),I- I-OSC 0i the resolution to tw.
and High School. StUdClIL, 111112 CLJIUiII9 M it.11li-I 001111tV II&A fille sellocli '11111
here from all over the State, Alld WCI1 hiiil-ling,, litit it I:, well known
thiltu maw enm.- for i-niva-sville i, litik I IIA alli.111 I All N, hool aboard are wore or


M.0"t q


ELDER JORINSON ELOQUIRNY.
His .1jermon Sunday Night Greatly
Enjoyed.
1)i Me p-tstur oi tile Noitts t
Advem cimirch' %%ho In-cs ii, l'buipm)
Jill-I of a hellikull pleaclivAl by bill), the
Tillllp.i 'I'llaws -alys: 'The houNe wne
I.-V611rd III the Allvent Oiriastion church
night, Lt.) livar 1-'I(Icr Jolm-wii'b
scillioll oil tile eastern question.
gi% irig tilt. m lKill of the villpile lie hilill
In -julntimce. III (lie 3car 39.5
ak, tile emperor of Rome, died, niiii, tile


1'. C-111'ey has returited frow R bus'- 4*'W WA 4-4.11, *46 40 40 1W IM 4% IM 40 40 4XF 4% 40 40 4W
ness ti ip ill Staitt It .. Plorldn. lie will Ile
fointid at the ;.title ohl sumil formerly oc-
Copied by Smilleril W e Have
ell%
The IHI.gl.,t all-I litNt. ALLmortuielit I of In Stock, alid are constantl receiv-
w8golks CVVI, 4-ITC-TV-1 for s Ile ill this vity"LIP-to-date" Shoes en
N Itow oil -tile 'lablet, ing To r M 1
111 lICI1 1110 gn0lI 10t-k 111JLVIlirtery 'kVik-4 W omen aild Children, at popular
litit together will Init Ili intmon oil tile
stletml% 11VIL. Wedlit-1.1%. Illisilling it Ill- prices and of the best makes.
tracteil ahti(it as much allentimi ns it cit
IU'W0tIIlIll.tVeIItI.Ikt4,d I W e ca ll
FIAZ SAi.E. A heltilm ill -%1.111 fmillt,
Ili perfect (irdtir, nuil vk-rv -Lill. A 11 N.
Mle MISIlilig it 11,111gaill 411111t. to- Particular attention to the Ladies
The Star ulliee an, I "ek. ill I., 14,111it 11
Ctil. and 'Mrs W. If. P.ilitter c-t Nin-th "Brockport" and Niens "All Amer-
alriesiville were Ittlitilix tIlklLe Milo welit ica" and "W alk Over" grades.
lilt Lite excursiml tit Tatill"t Welillesilikv.
C01 I 'It I I I lei L*011 I i I I I I VC 1 4111 10 I'll I It it k It.
%Vilq It, lie %%vlit 011 lJLIIjIVx. J. D M ath eson ,
Aimiveisant-siti ull htirtanie Itappil'y
CO I 11111110111)(11,0VII 11% 1 );ill oi silver. We $hoe and Leathev Otove. qainesVille, Fla.
hal-C 11CItIlliflit Will li-i fill wtieles ill lwdl
.Avrlilig 811.1 I.-lig m .-Illillp Pillit.. 1'. C.
*4b. 041. 4* goo. W Im 0111'. 061,
1 )1 Siblul W AS .1 11 -,It lilt- Ll Itill ill
Vim hknk- hitN.IIt% i.. %, it Nit. T. 1. MRA-"
vk lilt is ill %% Ith I. 1.1l.. 111,11al lilt ft.%
14. 11 11 V C, L I I I I I %h ilt. lit.
111%%dj 4110AII Ili tlic


MCANOPY "APPENINUS.
OUR EXCELLENT Abo"I WIal a Ile,"2 Done and Said
In Our Sister Town
4)ct 1 -1 E 7hroshei- has
SCHOOLS BE UN Telli 11C.1 fi'1111 'I 1111,il'les, I-ip to R111ti-

lost Florida SemivarV a a d Tht.- residence of.,;. R 4 Nity has been
f rc-cc,%ric-1 and t)ther%%ie improveil
Craded and High School. 11 It'..11j,11111111. 1I.I.; been having his
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.." ..., I ... 1.1- _. .-, I~ ... .... 1. ....
cuipire %%,I, divided between hiq two akwits,
A Piece of Recently Constructed X rCILll ll:i 111(1 1101101 iLIS AFCJdiU3 t0k)k
the eastuill clovisicitt autt Ulade Coubtstiti-
Street W as Rolleti, and tiopiv his calittal. while 11onorius look
Then to Othcr W ork. tile we.-sLera divimmi and fixed hiseapital
it Rome. T;kc: twit gresit tilleNtiolls of
51 r Alleii 14CIpell, 01 4111C.drl, t1IT%%-Igl1 ULtr 1111W 111%olve thebe two cities. C
whollit the couilly C011111111,1MICK" reevIll. itre oftell aked %%113' (10 3oll people term
ly purcliase4l ro.,(l N61.1ing niiwhinvi%. tile Tark tile '1147k. it"1111 of tile Clust",
nLtir)V-l Ole CQIIIIIIiS4iCIIICI ()lit' .1-il. 1-t-t (.11fit IIIIS 0111 Y 10 glilliCL! At liihtory to
N%.tek Mat lie wollitl be bule lit't Nl,)I1.1J"Y lt:311111 %ll) tlil'n LiCtill 1% 111)JAW11 LU tile
t%) 11111 111) tile IllaChiller) 11.11il JIM 11 tit I'tark. I-nini ihiS to uibil the Tiark List
work, imil reine.;ied lliviii to Ile here tit lit'd 11) 5LkI,1.-i I boijuare miles of' territory.
1.11:1 t t I file Crillifillis-;i(jIllt I 'I 11. q 11:1 -4 %%, it., Thur, lie hwi 1wen gitmitig meaker. I do
uot at houlle. mid for sonie cmi,;rl Mille Of llut pirt'-I'd to :,ay how lung %%C lime
tile OlliCtS CIL111C ill A1011-111)', 11111 C0111111 1111,; 111 %%Lilt I %k. Lmt. ,it) that tile prebt-lit
sioner Dampier cattle Tueihq V%'t'lll V tituMe betweeii the poviicim itutl tile Ttirk
allit the %%(irk of i-illilig mmlt %%Ill 11,1 it, Ill.-, itopith'ttill fluill )-.tIrkJpv.
rCL't-IItlN' N IlUstrittle(l. iioct. ,I%. W o- lite I total licit 11 Ill )pllei., but Only I 111111111.1v
da 7 Z-L,,Il,:IIL Ill tilt 1110111let.h. But %%'fill,' 110
The gretil. road eiiginv attim:tv-i 11111,11 ni;iit kliCi%%VL1I the 4111IN' nor Ole hour, wholl
UtICIAIII.-II. AS It CRIIIC P111filig Lij, OIC -01--t cj. r 1.utd Owl I coine, we kiiow it i% 'xient.
froin tile freight yaid %%ht ik- it wit, tin- at tilt- docits I And tlioe 6% If 4 )
lowled anil I)ILL Logether, owl after the NjlIq1$ prophc-.) cliff site lit) strotigvr wgil
traiLl Of cars bout beell -1Il0-lrkt'LCd- --III I iif tilt,. i wt than (lie pre-4vat. a4pcct. qul' kite
t1le S(,)Iltll li(IC (If tile -4,114 Ite N[T R. )gt 1 4 1 1 (ItIc-Aluti. 'file Tu t k um,41. go.
mid 1%1r. %Yeek-i lan expeit at working I h;t, ilek-rve.1 it. Aiid his going can-
the iiiiichiiiery) proceedoil to roll and wA Imik lie -Irlaoll Anal, if this allph-
pack the revently vonst ra, Led I t I I it kiii of prdil-lic';v ui cos ree L, wlivii 11 t:
Garcleii ;Lreet het,616-cen I Abel LY a 114, .111.1 lillikcs ill Paltiltelle his litst
Lluion. Thi-4 wi-itk. %%itn nicON. L1% lilt' ULla)' 10014.
11011. J110. G. Daillipil.r. tile uil.% C01111111S. %,!Lit 0.11111-14:11CU 14W tile U0111OL11111.11110011 Of
sioller wluo was prebelit L" 'Ce the per- I, tit holit. ill tht 'coinwitig of oin Lord
forinatice.and who is v%r (.)if life liiii.mit
for the interest of Iii., coulit- I sillid 1 3111 1 -)LIF 1,111111t I ilig
tell you tlIaL Iuok-i all w 1 1. btit %%hat Hii-I L'tzi-AM1111110140 RIC 11 It? I W(I gIVILit
N101111 kt:lilcl, if llitlllllv-. % ill 'title Nst
I is to see Illir thilig I lilt ill OIL SIN tLey Oct%- ill tilt! flrqt IK,; of
cotisar %Nliert: Life ruji-k fire it) 1-c Imill C11I.Slial i I'Lli-I lilight 1,.N
I waTit to rek it niii. (,if tile -lilt, mid thvii I!,. it Allot LA Nere IL4 vvcr ill-
See 1114: C4LI-4 l0lidt-4 %%Ill] 1'1-0%, .111-1 Ill"ll I I., ,
clf-:I.Illg ,I tile IL111.10a -1 Ing W -
if it m ll 0 111110 tile r-m id 11111- H1.1 it 1,V1 IIS lit' 16%-.111-10111. 111141
inoves LAbout im the-.e ruck sittwi.-i I
1-rtvial. and work fur tilt- salvittion -if
ktiow it's Lill right. I 110%pe tile otlltr MIS 1`01'.A. lewlig mll light shlile
tneitillers at the Illoard will bc lIt'iL- IUIIII)I'- and thvin to lie ret-i-buiriled to
row, wid tht-ii wt. will give it it hiii ttsi." I
Yesterilrty Uoinmisirinci Thom Ill
Chat 1111IL11 I M 11111.10let, J-11111184.111 31111 R E1 11
ses. (a fill] 1)onrd CICCI)L 1 1 -111 IllifiIIIioner Nir :111.1 Mrs. J. C. Ilaill! (d A) I. hu'l
lir vatit ) wvte here and 1111 NLCUIC11 LjL.% lilt- %% i-te ii I I lie ('11 'I'llebda N
xio'Ll.4 as flail Darlipler. befulk. tile othL., C IT I-):bl (if I-Itggitlh 311"t AttiVC11 1,111d sit
CILIlle to Ste Life IlliChille 1.11014,11gill IeSt I. 11L., a I'll,-Illnm' 41011rii.
ed liefure itceepting it, alid, while siciiie 11. 1 ) Mar.on of TaC01111L Wal, ill 1111.
of tile I ilk inuch, it cilN yi::Avrllm Oil 1.11141nesm.
WIS.-, tile oplilloll C)l 01-11C N.il't %%AtClIk.(1 I lave yom clothing clenised at Owen
thuir flittS. tllLL Olt "vr. stmit.-what 0 r k S. July 1.1, if
dutililifill all. mt tile iLbIlJ1v Lot .hu Illachille
0. 1. %'of k of Arrohnidt; -,%-am
to du wilat tile 111:1um., Clai'll hit it "lloppilig ill Caillesville Tues-4flay. I
We 1101)e tllere 1.4 lit, D)I Ally (vart, A car lowl of witgonp; just recrived and
11101FIg tbitt lilIC-RI1,141 -O (10 tile C0111111114 11 .qnle at stables.
sioners -but if' Lliere iS all 'tlllrlg %% rotig Capt. J. J. Barr of Alicallopy Was IS I)IIII-
now is Lite tinie it) find it out, wid this inc.H viitor to the city Wednesday
tile voininis-iiont Is fire resohed to do.
Lit order to thoroughly test tile inil. Aliss Alriggle 11111chillaoll of Taillpil iff
clihic file voitindsHioners will ldke it qiiit visiLlng relatives; alld friends in this elly.
lit the direction of Paradise lolay. Hiey Air. llcililgsoit, itterchant of Archer,
have Aretig0lelteil L bridge hvt%%CeII hele %%;ts a liusitiem visitor to town yesterday.
still VaTaIll-SC SO 89 to ill',IlFt' UK' -..Ife l)-0;- Cair load oi firtit-claNs Kentucky 1101fieR
sage of %tit engine and carg i1vur llif. ;11111 11111lit-4 JuNt Kirivell. 1111.1 Oil Salle at
britige, and flow it is to Ile heell if the Hionias' Mublt%.
thitig will work on lim! rowl4, Ill stind and H. IlengevO41, all Atlantic Coust Line
lit clRy, etc.. and if it wilti't %%e pre6lilillf- L!Illll]OVL'e willm headquarters inSavannali,
the couimnir,%lioners will not accclit it. But Wlij here Tile"Ilay.
we will know anou i po.-sibl% by t(inight) ilcd. E. C F. Sanchez hats returned
what is to be done about it Cwlllljiis- i I alit I lot Sliriiigl;i, Aik., whtre lie spent
sioner Da.lupier mayn: -%Vc want a toad ticarly two ruoullm %,cry plea-Autly.
to 11"aradise.' and if tile timig' vtoll't Yhe largivitit aii-I hest ugorturient of liar-
travel lit that direction we d4in't IteIL-11 i t iiess ever hrutight. to Gainctiville lit now
..)(lereit for hale at W. X. Thornas' fatables.
Joe Tiiiiilvy, fornierly of thin rity but
TRENTON "APPENINUS. A Tanpa, has been Uie flueol of his
Machinery Will Remain-Fine Uirl- iviolliet, IIrH. I'll. E". Tinsley, aeverul dayti.
OtherNews. thii wec:k.
Fie4h tneat-i, groceries still vegetablet,
Treffitoii, ,ept. <). We are 11110119 Call. scii-I lite 3our orders cor bottle for
slime firie cotton t-aving %%,.,tfhcr iri flwi what'yotl witillf. 11,11(plic
ueck C the woo4lipi. The cottim crolp is N 1). ).5
short, [-ut A hat thert, is (of fit, stap't- %%ill hit- :iwl %Ir,4 S. 11. Steplictisof Alatillill.
inake it title R.milple it the giii% were bli.lippitig ill lite city yeiliterday all([
,rite machinery beloilgilig 14) 1,.. S. v, I- tr"llsitcting lit.-Aileall With tile County tsix
liants that wris rt:iq_-)rLe,1 sold will be oiK I CfdlCLILr-1


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terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
Florida, and in the financial interests of its
editor and proprietor.

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started more than four months ago that THE
STA R appeared in the journalistic sky only
1()t- the purpose of shining on a short temper-
wice canipaign were mistaken.

'I'11H STAR is the Piminx,'s paper,
and %vill advocate such candidates for office
its the editor conscientiously believes are the
4. people's best friends when principle, experi-
ence and fitbility are all considered, and,
while friendly suggestions are always wel-
coined, the policy of THR STAR will be'con-
trolled only by its editor and proprietor.


You Need ItMM


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NI I.-,h I I la C ',lit 1 -1 %, Li -11 1 A I I vt -,mi N
1.1 flat' g I '.'ht 1 11 11( I COU -- 113 Al i'llt NIO I IV
it Ll P'oll I Il Is v I I % M I, -,tilldctull 411illit,
'Aith CIL)' N1111'.01111 C11.14 I'lliktiLitill, %%11(111
lic rOurned II(IIII ILI'; IVC- lit It ill Ili New
% urk itud NIL w jer.m,5 .
I daill 111111111lul Ilig Ill)%% 11 OW latices till
C11111a Will-C Qllol ll.kt' j-1,L ICII-ViVit'd it l1CW
tipt it littiuk pittes it I I N' 10 ITHICU1110
that 1111il Clkll 11111. Ilia% 4-111ti'L mirk. chamAper
11116viiel-t- lhim I suit p4elling it. It. C.

ryl Niamill lilt, itvl.illed bellutiful
11C.-W 11111011%. RIO)% in 111% P1.1kv 4 blibille2w.
IL: 1-4 I-TU14111-11111, it 1kpju-iliIlwt'14 Al'C ill
I It- C4 ) 11 1- 1 a. 1 1 14 111 1 1 x I t I I I 14 ) I I I it f I I I I
N I I I I I C a If I I I a III illIC 111111 1 Ill 7 Ot. I ilillitrV IM M-
111ch-.1 lit H lv lit- 1 1,11111?,
I I -Ut Will i-i I)COM111114 11,111 11 a
ding-i I 'ill, italich-41 Him jo."cr- Por
tit LI v hV 111 It. I.id.11111: N. 1.11illentilida.,
.411 ,I-flTice 1 11 1q., -lolv, I ligh

Do [lilt 1.111 to .4vu it it. I i o-id (;nrlett -it
lit'%%, adverli-Iviiient, lit 1. -.1 ',tit I Sce
his nilvel Litit lilt lit. '111.1 1 Il. I till 1. 1 him
St 11('411 ol al t 0% tit Milt lit-milk "1141t, pal"Ie.
ill Millai-I Ili 1 It%% F1..,1-!IIIllgq- I yazail witut
goAI wmlat, lot if you %titut Ow Ieimi 141 ito
I, III work, see ( ;ill rvt I
Citv Mnrilial Chnrle,, Pink-Pmin litim re-
litme(l from it trip Nv Now Voik. Wh I le
till the- tril, Mr. Pfiilop-,wi %%viii. (,%-ei into
Nvw Jitrmw, mid % isili.-I miniv relittivem
tht-I v. 116. .,a) S Iiii it a I %% ns a pica liant,
01141 1 le (-it joye. 1 11 it, % It,. I I-, tilt- great
Nietrolltill-4, 1111.1 a) m I Ill-, it 0 Ive r ill
New jeiw% .
Mr. mid Nlym T. A. '-iowoll limoixtilirii-
eft hom Alabimm. where they linve hven
during the pwit y en I-, mid M i Seuvall,
Will) Was at populitr hialt.-Illiall ill the "Inte
of J. 51. Elidel When heal. before. lilt" lie-
cepted it pAdou ill III,- lairgo- More of
Hrm. It. WiNon, where hu wIll lie pleanvil
to iserve him old fi lentim.
Rev. j It. Illidle y. liwilm (d III#.- Finst,
HinpliSt C1111rLil, sIllil ht-1114,1 (.411EI)t (if the
.1 -it lalliptiAt It-ft it lem'. Illipi Hgo to
aLtelid fill 111ilitwiddoll ill I'll.1411"oll. This
pastor aml eilitor will liv abciil from
Gairiefiville more thim tismil thit-hig the
AssoclatIon seumon, but lie him i1ri-stilgell
for every Rervice to hitse a lentler
ioli't. j,,,et 'umd with Colit-rior I'Albi
when lie kisks you tri pay )-(Pitt occitplillipt)
tit X. lie di-Ill't Inlike ille Ilaw lay which
talpiopit every hunhirtim 1,4 icilmird if) pay a
licelitic to do hutifilch. Thi- legimIntitre
iiiiii1tv the law, mid it uppliem 1,) other
timim its w(-Il w4 ouri4. city further
air#. file oiii-Li who rmt viiftirre ()r rcirct
I he law.
'.%It. 1. ( Clnicy of 1h),li SlAmigg, at,-
1,0111p.miel I by WIt brothul, Rev Gracv of
I alCeIttilill, WE% III IllP (-li% YI-Fall-rdAV.
Itev. Grac) had Let-it I., Ilij.Ih SjIlIII)!,I.
and was oil Ilia way bill 1,, 111 I'likeliald.
Mr. 1, C., 111111 1111`111113', rt till 11(-11 lititt SLIII-
(lay from Tviviennee, wlivid- they spent
mout irof the summei at I Ijujr olI 110111C.
We were itom tri learit that Mr. atilt
M fit. Gracy returiml if; Hij6d.t inmirti-
Ing the lolib fpf their volingetit. child. It
wam takett ill ithout tit,- tillic they Wert!'
prephring it) reliti-ii Io Illorilla, mid IiVv(1
orily four Elnypt
()Ill Ilevispalmin, silitallit: flir wfall Mig
ptjrlx)Res, 1 5 cis. a humlm(l or is )or 3
ctpi., at Tur SrAR offiver


I lei 1115 1 lint wits re I UTILC' I h(j] I I W I I I F)U L)!K I -- -
ate-I at the simie olil Hlawl iii Ole nitivre jr )a,,, wmit inoul-Y to lipuy a iinuu%,
al; ill the pust. 1111111111 it Ill mo,, or pa off a ninrlgiigi-,
tit- at il-oiltritcl rits- pruliblible laveAtinent
[,:!e 4 '01,1011 Went tp '.c"lj#-iiY SaVirday Pwsi Mitipir,4.
oil blialtle3s. Rcv. W. J. Cjtrptjiter has returned to
Theriflore Kidd, it popithir oting tit in the city fitpui Uve Onk, where lie lecLur.
of judon, was visiting frien-i-i bere It)- tA Wedneviday night on the "Ariatocritcy
41ay. lie will It-eve WetIne-i-lay for Bar- ur
10%. where lie willapenil eight uioWh-. ill I Kenricy McCuok lint] Allen Graham
SclICKA. I lame returned from l'oukeepole. N. V.,
B. S. Williams, %hr, has fweii ilwtu ill %Vlit-re they Itt(knOC41 the Etntan fourti-
With fever, is finproviiig 1 ]I,-.a college.
W. W. CoLsou asidl family reriinud to Miss l1nuie Knight, the popular pro.
C',nisesville last week prietre-, of the Hotel 'rroy, sit Ifigh
-ji, Spirings, %x% ill the city ishopping
Mr. anti Mrs. D. 11. Miller are rep
ing over the arrival of their first lurij--a efilit.-lay.
bouncing lpalpy girl. J. it. Gerali.', getieral selesman for the
E. F. Corbett of I-'Itavi:lv ill visiong I New Ifoine Sewing hLichlue Company,
relatives and friends here. f4ptUt IN fCW dILYS with Lift family ill thin
C. A. Williams made a busmirt.m trill to city thiii week.
Bell today. I Yesterday timing it holiday with the


I 11-1i' tile .%jlC1J1l1L CULIM Y 11-PUZU LLJ
Ickl:l lg_. c(-111le otit if -lebt, and that was
ilie lie had for offering tile reso-
lutit--ii %%liioli wns %,ery properlv carried.

Safe Blown Open.
1,,tNt fri-Ity night. burglars entered the
postofficc at Bronsoii, hleA open the iron
safe, mll got therefrom two registered
lull% r' .111.1 v)llle money. lloatmaster
LindaY Aiinks there %vaq alvotit. Sim)

No 41amp-; %%ere taken, ancl some paper
morilty mhich was in all envelope was
alqo left. It is suppose-1 the rubbers (lid
not find it. There Reems to Ile u6 clue to
the Xuilt%- jarlieg but it is hoped that
they may Lie apprehended and brought
to justice: 'rhe postmaster wifed the


authritities as Soull a-%


A Correction.
InTuesday's Star we said tLItL Re%.
W. J. CRTpenter was the officiating Will-
isterand RobetL McClellan funeral d'.
rector when litile Mary Pinkosou was
being funeralized and Isid to reht In-t
Monday. We find that we were nfistak-
en 4bout he minister. Irtmeral Direct-
or hIcClellau, who is also a licenied ujin-
isW, by special request. officiate, I as hoth
funeral dirWor and minister.

Those Noble Ladles.
The. I"es of the Wommaus Cb-.:s :an
Temperance Union of Gainesville, iiow
that the liquor traffic in the county is
bmstning its last, have taken steps to se-
CUM for this city a Voung blens Chi'.s-
"n Aasoclation building and ho6pital to
cost about SiSooo,-, May these good
ladift be abundant!y succeRsfi-I in' their
effctU forgood is the earnest Aesire of
the editor.

For Sheriff.
To the Voten of Alachua County:
I harehr announce in self a c-amdidate
for tW-"Ge. of =, Subject to the
VA-ZOft Of 03e pext DenOtsatic primary.
Amada i br=Ase to dbwjuue the
.. WT7&6
4d@o7,. 'is"totbeveryimtormy
x.uppprt of ail

VY0, rav-O!


ING US
Your Chicketim, 1:4914,
egetables, fl]lll III f;tCt ILI]


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THOMAS STAB.1




IS THE PLACE
-.ro Gl-'.T


[NE TEMo

AT

EA$GNABLE PRICEA's'.


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the rubbery ;3esCbZtg, SSIeSMS it %ratki..,
bliss Ngra Vinzarit will lea,.(: lomorruw I Israelitish kinds of Comilry Pro-
for her Itome at Delarid. %vith Al. Hvidel, spent the (Jay with duce.
Homer Love and wife f f fend-.; at Archer. D A Y
callers at B. F. Willianis S.uiitlFiy after- Attorney IS. A. Thrasher went to WE I
noon. Bronson on legal business Wednesday Highest Privc,4 for Coml-
MI-ent It is now auderstomi that 5rhool wjll night, returned to the city on the enAy try Produce. aml Sell rd-N
begin at Trenton 310melaY, October 5. train Thurstlay morning. Cheap as tile CIICLIIJ(.'ht.
IN, Husy men have too M80Y vexatious to
Mr. T. Jones, a pmnitient young man Put up Ifth siny but the beet pen. WpW- C ALL O N
of this place, visiW bin slater near juil- zusnm Idgal Pountain Pon Is the beat pen
.0 son Sunday. for btuy men. L. C. Smith.
21 Wonder who'*111 Le colluty superill- Attorney* Cbris Madim", C. C. Js when you want
04 tendent' of seboolis if Superinteudwo Thitish" am&* 0. iku6m, thm at pie mind Paucy- Grocerleo.
ow-Give us sk:Ttial.
notimmay mmkes an race for State saw! ashiomfilWo aw: &*a Ugb*
OAINOSVILLIS (11.40CERY COO
Intefid"ll? Vallt be G. U. Lyva' 39,
1VOIc' Pie.

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NOW FOR MAKING


OUR 000 0 ROADS


Engine Has Becu Put Up-cars,
In Tacl.


Pin, ()N 'rioAL W E 1) N' E, S I ) A Y .


JES










'NI~O ThO:EATH


,In Frightful Accident on the
SSnthelrn Near Danville, Va,


GOES THROUGH TRESTLE


l" .Fated Fast Mall Wrecked for the
Third Time Wl.thin the Year.
Scene of Disaster Presented
Horrible Sight.


I,


TEST OF TEXT-SOOK BILL..

Birmingham Parson Files Friendly
Suit Against School Superintendent.
At- Birmingham, A I., Dr. A. J. Dick-
aon, pastor of those First Methodist
church, has fie., a ftil(-itily bill against
Dr. ,J. H. Phillips, tuporlnMndent of
the public schools, t) ltest Ite vaiiilty
'of lhe stato liniformt text bonk la,v,
which has Just go.ne Into Oloioil],l.
He seeks to ntandiums Dr. Phullllp to
show cause why children were not Il.
lowod to anter lite high school with
books not bearing the offclal stanil of
the state doepusltort li the books hatv-
Ing been bought i utitther place, al-
'though the sai-t as required by law.

JETT SENiT TO LOUISVILLE.

Will Be Held Theft for Bafe Keplng
Pending His Appeal.
At Cynthlaa, Ky.. -u ff r-i i t
Osborne ordeiedI S 'riT t .'. ii t-.,,i I,-;
"eputle to akeo (.'iu tis l-iu. ."" .
to'be hanged Detoniluer .Isi;i. i,, I.
aasaaeinatl on of ,rani-s L',,t il i. it
LouisVilllo Jail fr safe keopliItig ,, I
Ing Jett'Ws apial to 'ho court. o' at
tDILMn


PAYMASTER DYNAMITED, L MAN TRIAL
....TILL A ON'TRIAL.


K,'j. ,
I'.

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done to co(lon over tie stain li y ilc
bill weevil, the hil worm, ilie sharpp.
shooter and dry weather.
The esU.mnte of the probablel cropi.
chased on the reports from t'oinuiry c.ir
r'spondeinls, Is placed at 2,50G0.0t"," pro.
vklod that there is a late fret.
The popular estmhnato six weeks aXo
was 6,000,000 bales.
It Is stated that there sl absolutely
1u1 chance for a "top" or second crop

A BLACKMAILING SCHEME

Being Worked Through Dynamiting
Bridges of Northern Pacific.
A speclka.! from Helena, MOnt., say1.
It has developed that the r-eten .tI.
1-mpis to dynanitlo bridlges and ttriac.i
on the lime of the Northern Pacrifle ;)(.
"'C',,u 1ilingslon and Missoula wags In
f'lrithornaea of a plot to force the rail.
".Lty cunpnny to pay $50,000 for im.
tmiilty from the outrages.


STORM SOMEWHATT INTERFERED.
BOYCOTT BILL CINCHED.
Chicago's Fire Celebration Considera.
, a..jabama Senate Approves Measure by bly Dampened by Rain.
a Large Majority, The i ,totntittlal cpeletiratli)i of t'i,,
,Alabamna scuat Salurny pass- founding of C'hicago was forimnllv
d- tz house n-nl.ti n-ott .ill y b opened SalIrday night whl.n a. ti n or
IR V & 1. 4 ,4 5 0o110 h ill b y R1 t W O o f re d fl re p o w d e r w a s b trn e d o il
Slarge lty. J e prohitts. b cot i-. th street corners In an attempt t,
LiOackil,'( b#ba Or picketing, give a realistic imitation of th11 groat
Labor organ pU npn. throughout t.e Chicago. re.
topitry 0 1. I 110t the tn.i The eoanflagraution was not eactly
we, but.to '40 e the success hoped for. h-bcatiso of a
.... a3tt P t13 ,n h o bekvy storm, whlahi prvalled th u.
i i t h s othe time for the, brlbintol I the-.
:; : '::; +ar.t


Slayer of Gonzales Enters a
Plea of "Not Guilty."


While running at a high rat"o )f 'a
Speed, No. 97, the( Sottilv.'ia railwanis pa
southbound fast uaill rain, Jn '1 -i on
from a ltie le 75 tIL.-I' tig. hi alti "11at l of
lorth of Dantvll-. S1ittday dttlr- rly
noon at .:?o ,) t .h a td wias a11ort rog
lemolishedl Of tle rew of siaxtoon ki]
;men on itho train, rcght were killed M,
.nd seven injured,. awl otto was un- all
hurt.
Tho hlunon deal are James A. m(
Brodle, eniginetr. .1 Thiumas llair, dy
conductor; A, G, Clapp. fireman;, John of
L. Thompseon, postal clerk; W. T. ar
Chambers, postal clerk; DI, T. Flory, eh
postal clerk; P. N, Ardanright, postal thj
clerk; S. J. Moody, flagman; twelve-
year-old boy, son pf Postal Claeri ca
Thompson. no
The hijured are: Louis W. Spiers, Sea
Frank E. UBrooke, PIrclval Indemeyer,' foi
Charles E. ileames,.Jennings J. Du.l- th(
lop, M, C. Manpin, .1. Harrison Thomp- ab
eon, till of whttom are- postal clerks. a I
All of the liijured men are serlouisly .
hurt and are In tie hospital in Da.n- pl
ville. The recovery of Mall ,>ClerU ca
Splers As not expected, and 0 other th
clerks are thought to have received co
mortal injuries, r H
The treatli where the acetdent (e. .th
curred is 500 feet long and is looat.drl ii
.on a sharp curve. Engineer Bro.llo
was a new man on that division of the
Southern, and 1it Is aid that he came
to the curve at a very high rate i1f ,1P
speed.
The engine had gone only about 50f
teet on the trestle when It sprang
from theo track, carrying wilh it fMCar
mall cars and an oxpross ear. The ha
'trestle, a wooden itrucilre, al..o gave
Way for a space of I0 feet. ,
Care Torn To Pieces,.
At the foot of the trestle in a shal- pl
10w branch witlt a rodky bottom. m
tUrlking 'this the englio and cart h
were reduced to a mass of twisted
.ron and steel and pieces of splintered '
,.wood. As tieo ears want down they '
touched the sides of the Riverside cot.-
ton mill, -which Is vory close fo the J1
wrestle t
" All the dead men- were killed In-
' atantly, it Is thought, and all were
,greatly mtlilat el.
Several thousand people were soon
at the scene of the wreok and removed
the bodies from the debris. No one
on any of the cars had made an effort i
-to Jump arid the bodiles of all those F
killed were bitld in the wreookage of
tleo differoue cars to) which they be-
longed. Sonio of Ilio hodiesa were
crushed to a ghalstly degree. t
It seemed miraculous that any one t
should have scared. for each ear fall-
Ing with the ongiiu bounded from it
and complot-ly collapsed after strlk-
Ing the rocks at the foot of the trestle.
All unofficial opinions that have
been ascertainedl agree In giving only
one cause fir hliev wreck--the high
speed of tho train on the sharp curve.
No. 07 was ruainig about an ChoI te-
hind ilmo; i Is thraight that the en-
gineer being.unfamiliar with the road.
did not take Into consideration the
danger of corning on the curve with
such groat velocity.
The rall bags In all the mail cars
were torn oalen and the letter ..n9
packages..Woro scattered, but'lI It bh--
IleVed none is lost. Fire which appear.
.ed in the wreckage shortly after it oc.
curred was quieMly' extingulthed 'by
the Danville flr artmnent,
S In loss of lite, tila lia:6e of the most
the Southern, adttIt is the IhIrd timn
that the fast ntall has been almost en-
tirely demolished.
:. Within the last Iwelvo months 'lie
1am6 train ran ints a large rock on
the track near Lexington, N. C., (ho
eginhe rutind,. cars gutted and several
lives were lost.
A few months ago the fast rmall
struck a freight train head on Ineat
Chaelotte. N. C., a4nd was again almost
demolished.


ral free delivery and the parcels pot1
system, a postal telegraph system atil
postal saving banks was adopte,-.
A resolution favoring reciprocity-
with Canada was finally killed andi the
question of a slip subsidy found no
supporters in the congress

NEW ROAD COMPLETED.

And North Carollnlans Have a BI0
Cenebratlon Over the Event.
Five thousand persons, representing
six North Carolina co',nles,, a i Dunn.
Thursday, participated In the reih--a
(ion of theo completion of tl'-
Cape Fear and Northern railwai
from Apex to that place, a
distance of 40 miles. Governor Ayco-k
and the other satae officers were prej
ent and the governor spoie.

PANTHER AT WILMINGTON.


German Warship Royally Welcomed
by Ctizena of Tarheel State.
The Gorman war ship Pan her ar-
rived In port at Wilmington, N. C.,
Monday, and received a royal recep-
tion. During the morning the port and
military officers and eity officials made
formal cails and the ol1eore returned
the calls at the public uttldlag.
Later 11 the day hundreds iq people
visited. ,the Mid lhe tt

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S"! '" ;^'" :' t'".-


I iii ii 4 W

Cre am of News. While Affain iare Quiet at pent, It
is ThoUght Inadvisable .to With-
u a.,,-wwn", Most" Successfully Effected by Bull Draw Adtlltra Cotton'sFleet.
B lIr AtAmmarv of Most .. --%'-


important eventO Uperator Brown.
of Each Day.


Two Men Carrying Money--s..Juggy
Blown Up In Public Road by .
Unknown Fiends.

OMo of the most fiendish an'd blood
hirsty murders and robberies in the
history of Washington cotznlty, Pa.,
courred Friday afternoon on the Mid-
letown road, about fifteen miles from
he town of Washington.
Samuel T. Ferguson, of the tergul-
on Construct on Company, ot Pltt.
irg, was Instantly Wiled, fnd his see-
etary, Charles Martin,, Of COnclnnal,,
as fatally Injured. The two men
ire riding @lon gtthe road In a buggy,
rrying $1..600 In cash with which to
y off some of their men employed
construction work along the lI ft
the Wabash railroad, when sudden. *
an exploelon df dynamite in the li
adway literally lore the rig to piece,, t
lied Perguson outright and threw I
martin 200 feet, tearing his left arm
most from the socket.
It has boon lqartied that the two C
en, stipposeil to be Poles, placed the p
'nanilte In the road for the purpose
ktlliag Paymaster Ferguson,and 4litad
ranged to explode by means of an
ectric battery, The satchel contan.-
g the money is missing.. I
Two suspects are under arrest In the I
mnp of 'the construction company, I
ar the village, but the farmers of the b
Ctlon who are scouring the cbunry
r traces of the murderers believe t
ey have one of them. at bay in -an
andoned coal mine about Ia mile apr I
half northeast of West..Mfddletown.
SO olilckly was everything 'accomu I
lashed that the men 'who are impilI.
ted got away with their booty before
ey could be overtaken, although the
unty authorities believe that if the
ght men are not. tioso under arrest
ey w)ll have little diilculty in tak-
g them,. '

JETT RECEIVES SENT rNCE.

seonfr Dailares In Court that 1-In
S Was Given Pair Trial.
Curtis Jett was brought Into the
Durt at Cynthlana, Ky.. Friday when
idge Osborne decreed that be be
anged betweenn sunrise and sunset
december 18, for killing Cockrill at
acksoui,.Ky., July 21. 1902.'"
Judge Blanton, attorney for Jett, re.
led: "Well, Judge, There Will be
any -. unrasing! and settings before-
9 has been hanged."
Jett himself said to tle court:
There are people in this county who
ill be grieved if I am not hanged, but,
judge, I do not think yoa would be
rieved, as you have given me a fair
rlal In. this ease."

CARELS88 DOCTOR PINED.

.eft Pleoe ef Metal In Patient's Blad
der After art Operation.
At Marietta, Ga., Friday, the Jury
n the ease of the state against Dr.
I. H, Kemp, who was tried on an in-
iltmenmt charging him with murdering
ohn JD. Oantt by leaving a metal ca-
heisr In hia bladder after an opera-
ion, rondere(4 & verdict finding Dr.
kdmp guilty of involuntary manslaugh-
tr. in the opamiission of a lawful act
Without due caution and ciroumanpe-
tion. He wa, fined $350.
4-
BIG COAL CORPORATION.

i6kes Over Properties In Virginia Ag-
gregatltg Over 100,000 Acres.
An Important transaction in the de-
velopment of southwest Virginia and
east Tennessee, particularly of the Vir-
gInai, coal, felds. occurred at Bristol.
Tehn., Friday, when thlio Cranes Neal
Company was organfzod with a capt-
tal of $8,500,000 for the purpose of
t ng over coal properties in Wiset
adjoining Virginia counties, aggre-
gating considerably over 100,000 acros.

PUBLICITY DECIDED UPON.

Returns Made for Taxes by Atlanta
Citizens to Be Published.
The realn eslatlo and personally re.
turns of Atlanta, lu,., lax payers will
probably be published bout in the
newspapers on the day the returns are
luado and In pamphlet form for sale
and distribution alter a!l returns have
leoon made. This was practically de-.
eidod :Ipon during the meeting of theo
pecial commltee on tax recelitly atip-
pointed.

TEXAS CROP AWAY OFF.

Houst on Post Puts 'Shortage at Enor.
mouse Flgure of 3,500,000 Bales.
The Houtston Post publishes a rolt-rl
s-lzowing that great damage has b,.'n


-Incendiaries start a fire whi-hi
nearly wipes out the village of Mo.nr-.
Wis., and causes a loss of $000.000.
-Dynamite was exploded under 'the
biggy of Contractor Ferguson, near
',''ert MIddleton, Pa., Friday night.
Ferguson, who was killed, had $5,000
nii Entchel, which Is missing.
-The war maneuvers at West Poain,
,y., began Monday.
-Andrew S. Wallace, formerly posat-
master at Op'ps, Ala., wrote to Post.
master General Payne. offering a br!he
of $50 for a promotion. He has be.-n
reading of the postal scandals, and Is
now in Jail.


CASE ON AT LEXINGTON


The Vast Array of Attorneys on Both e
Side Makes Trial One of the Most
Notable In History of t
the Circuit.

James H. Tillman, former lieutenant I
governor of South Carolina, was plac-
d on trial in the circuit court for Lex-
ngton county, In the town of Lexing-
on, Monday morning, under an
indictment charging him with the mur-
er of N. G. Gonzales, editor of The
Columbla State, Judge Frank B. Gary
presiding.
It was 11 o'clock when the solicitor
or the circuit, J. W. .Thurmond, an.
bounced that the state wa. ready To
proceed with the trial of the case,. and
by the time the midday recess was ta-
ken at 1:30 p. m, the defendant had
been arraigned, a jury 'drawn and
charged, and all Was in- readiness for
th% Introduction of testimony.
There. was every indrcatlon earlier.
that a Jury could not be secured during
the day. The court room was well
filed, .but not crowded '
Probably eorer in the history of the
judicial circuit has there been so great
an array of counsel engaged in the
trial of a case In the circuit, or per-
haps in the entire state, as in the
trial of the former liettenant governor,
The solicitor is assisted by five attor-
neys, while the defendant has eleven
lawyers, with G. W. Croft, arepresen.-
atlive In congress from .Alken., as
chief counsel conducting thel defense.
lMrs, J. H.~! Tllman and the mother-
of the, defendant were present at the-
oponing of the court, and' remained
throughout the day's session, occupy-
ing seats within the railing. .
Prisoner Pleads Not Guilty.
Immediately upon reconvening at 3
p. m., the examination of witnesses
was begun, and when court adjourned
six witnesses had testiflea.
The defense having announced it.
readiness to go to trial, the defendant,
who was in an ante room, where he
had been in consultation with his at-
torneys prior to the calling of hipcase,
was brought Into court and directed to,
stand in the dock when he was ar,
raigned In accordance with the law
and custom of the court,
Hei was calmn, and hben asked to
plead, repiod In a cloae and firm
Voice: "Not guilty."
SThe indictment charges the carrying
of' coneealod weapons, as well as the
mnor) serious violation- of law,. Mr.
Tillknan took a seat close to his at.-
torneys, where ho Ilstoned Intontly to
(bthe proceedings.
When the court directed the empan-
eling of a jury, a six-year-old boy drew
from a hat In which had been placed
the names of those composing the
panel, a slip of paper bearing a juror
who was called and accepted.
It was not until I Ip. m. that a second
was secured, but in the next fifteen
minute the Jury was completed. The
Jury will not be permitted to separate
until a verdict is ronderod. The slale
objected to flvo of iho panel an-I the
defense to ton.
G. IC. Boland. a member of the Co-
lumbla pollro forec, wnas the flrl wt-
ness called by lie stale.

CONSENT VERDICT ALLOWED.

G. W. Collier WII Case Is Now Entire.
ly Out of the Courts.
Judge L. S. Roan, sitting Instead of
Judge J. S. Lumpkin in (the first dlivs-
ion of tho supio't)r court at Atlanta,
Ga.. Monday morning,. allowed tlio con-
sent verdict in the George Washlngtont
Collier will case, Iminetiately after
which t.e signedl an order marking tih
verdict a decree of the court. The
matter Is now settled, so far as theo
propounding executors, J. N. Bateman
and Henry L. CollIer, are concerned.
They are out of the case and will have
.nothing to do with the administration
of the big m~lllciu-dtil:ar estate.

FARMERS' CONGRESS ENDS.

Resolutions for Bettering Rural De.-
livery Were Adopted.
The Farmera' National congress
closed its annual meeting at Niagara
Falls Thursday night. Thie farmers
will not urge much specific national
legislation this year, contending them-
'selves with generalities. A set of res-
olutions favoring the extonstnu of ru


-A Dublin, Ga., negro, formerly a
preacher, who hba been acting as the
supreme scribe aid treasurer of a nac-
gro insurance order operating over the
state, has skipped with the funds of
he organization.
-Fast mail train No. 97, on the
Southern, Jumped the track near'
Danvillle Va., .Bunday, and nine per-
sons were killed and seven Injured.
-Colonel William youngblood, a
leading Alabama republican, who vas
Ihird auditor of the treasury under
McKinley, declares that Roosevelt, Ift
nominated, will be defeated.
-In Loudon county, Tennessee.
Deputy Sheriff Orlffthe was killed and
a citizen, John Poole, wounded whilo
attempting to make an arrest.
-According to advices to The Hous-
ton Post, the cotton crop in Texaoas W.l'
be 3,600,000 bales Short, owing to dry
Weather and the ravages of different
peest... .
--A bulletin from Blnlffalo, N. Y,
states that '.Mrs., Davis rallied durlpij
Sunday, and her condition show4td a
marked improvement.
-Oberlin M. Carter' serving a five
years' terni in Leavenworth Dprison,
Will be released in November, and it
is said he wiil appear as prosecuting
witnesea against Greene and Gaynor,.
-President Rooaevelt left Oyster
Bay, with his family, for Washington
Monday morning.
'-Lewis Nixon apnounces his canli-
dacy for the democratic nomination for
the. New York mayoralty.
'--All packing plants in the Uni'.i,
Statoesls threat ned with a tie-up by a
general strike of butchers and affili.at-
ed workmen throughout the country,
--It is stated that 15,000 miners, em-
ployed.'by the Pennsylvinia Coal and
Coke Cothpany,. Will strike if Altoona,
cale isa not carried out by the com.
pany.
-Chicago Federation of A tsiclans
served notice on centennial manager'
that if the United States marine band
takes part In exercises that not one
of the bands of the federation would
participate.
-Both the plague and the cholera
are raging at Pel Tang, a seaport 50
miles east of Tien Tsin, Chlna. Two
thousand deaths there during theopast
two m6nths...
-Lord Milner is on his way to Lon-
don to consult with premier about ac-
cepting the portfolio of secretary for
-the colonies.
--Dr. H. H. Kemp, the Marietia,
Ga., physician charged with the mur-
der of John D.' Gantt, a patient, was
found guilty of involuntary manslatigh-
ter and flned $351).
-Four nogroes were sentenced for
murder at tihe torni of Talbot ciun:
ty, Ga., superior court just closed.
Three wore sent up fur life andt one
for twenty years.
-The directors of the Savannah,
Ga., fair are considering the advisa-
bility of extending au invitation l)
President Roosevelt.
-Jack Reid, of Griffin fame, who is
now at Ozark, Ala., Is pronounced a
fraud by Mrs. Spelghts, of Atlanta.
-Clifton Branham executed at
Wise, Va., for wife murder. B -fore g)
Ing to) scaffold he notad a speech and
asked Indorsement of his deed. Aboit
three hundred of the crowd agreed
with him.
-The Alabama senate Friday pa;-s-
ed the bill prohibiting Sunday ban-'
ball. The anti-boycolt bill was re.
ported favorably to the senate.
-Mississippi is experiencing a la-
bor famine. The mills and brick yar.,l
are having trouble getting hands, as
well as the farmers.
-At Friday's session of the qov-
orcign grand Itldge of Odd Fclows nat
Baltimoro tho report of the committee
on tho proposed million dollar memo-
rial building was adopted.
-The marrlngo of Miss Ruth Brytto,
daughter of Hion. W. J. Dryan, :o
Charles 0. Leavltt, wsill take place ,it
Lincoln, Nb., on Saturday evenih.:,
October 3.
-In the case of Aaron and Archie
Dill, charged with peonage at Birm-
Ingham, A',a.. gross cruelties anid theft
were charged.
-The army worm hlias appeared ;n
the delta around Vicksburg, MIsu,
Druggists are getting rich sllhig
parls green.
-The German Brulser 1alke Is at
Pensacola, Fin. The president and the
kaiser were toasted when officials via'
lted the Falke.
-Hon. llarvie Jordan, of Georgia,
elected prevalent of Farmers' Natlho-l
congress.


MILLIONS ARE RAKED IN


Bears Are Unable to Find the Fleecy
Staple Which They Bought-An
Advance of Over $9.00 a
a Bale In Two Days.

With September cotton at an ad-
vance of 145 points for the day and
over 200 In two days and likely to go
higher and with news of private.settle-
menta 100 p;Ants higher, the New York
cotton exchange A tuesday saw the cul-
mination of the most successful corner
in cotton in the history of the market,
a corner which has made for W. P.
Brown, of New Orleans. the leader, at
the least calculation, between seven
millions and eight millions of dollars
on the Septem ier option alone.
The present bull movement in cot-
ton has,. been a great one In cotton
history. It began over a year ago,
when Theodoro H. Price started the
rtdvement. 'Tihe outcome of Mr.
Price's c{impaign has been problemati-
cal. Some have said that he lost, oth-
ers that he got out in time. Tuesday,
in one hour, cotton rose over 'j a hbale,
because the men whp had on the
theory that the corner wouldn't. hold,
sold cotton by thousands of bales,
were not able to find it to buy to make
the deliveries, they had contracted to
make Wednesday and had to buy It off
the men to whom they had previously
sold it, In order to prevent the mar-
ket rising to absolutely ruinous figures
,many of these have made settlements
within the past two days at figures .1a
cent a pound above the market rate,
one house in particular paying 410 a
bale more than what they sold short
for somo time ago. For the first time
In the history of cotton selling on a
world-wide basis the market as abso.
lately cornered, If the market tells the
truth. "
Brown was on the floor of the ex-'
change all day Tuesday. When seen
and asked to say something, he ontly
replied:.
'Ift you want to know what has been
done in cotton just look at the mar-.
ket. I have nothing to say".'
Opening at 11.70, Monday. night's
closing, cotton sold at 12 cents on the
call. After it advanced 10 and 15
points at a time until 13 cents was
reached. Pausing for a moment, it
again moved up, touching 13.08, coin-
pared withhl. the closing pr .ce of
last Sat TtTfi'Whls represents an. ad-
vance of 196 points for the two days,
or about $9.80 a bale.

TWENTY-SEVEN MUST ANSWER.

Coroner's Jury at Lynchburg, Tennes-
see, lnd,cts Mob Membera.
The coroner's Jury at Lynchburg,
Tenn., Tuesday, reLurned a verdict to
the effect that the negro Allen Small,
who was killed during a raid on theo
Moore county Jail one night a week
ago. was deliuorately, maliciously and
premeditatedly murdered, anil twenty.
seen men are named in iho verdlci as
giltiy of the crime.
FIourtloeen of ilie mob are under ar-
rest and warr-antsB for lite ohr ,- have
been Issued.
Throo of the prisoners lihave turnacd
slate's evidence and been released on
bond on condition ihait I .hey will ap
pe:ir as witnesses for I)10 oprsecullon

CONSPIRATORS SENTENCED.

Servian Army Officers Suffer ImprIs.
onment for Threatening Regicides.
The trial of the army officers charge
ed with conspiracy against the mur--
derers of King Alexandra and Queen
Draga was conicludedi In Delgrade.
Servia. Tuesday.
Captains Novakovlhrh and Laixaro-
vltch, Iho former being the ringleader.
were scnlnnced to Iwo y'.nrs' [Inipri,-
onient and lie loss of their eminis.
slons. Dr. Vellkovitch nnd Captailn
Lolhkijevitch. the firmer naile <1 camp
of King Alexander, each recelv,.d sen-
tonces of a month's imprisonmonent.
Other officers who lool a less l romi-
neat part In the conspiracy, were con
deanned to from iliree months ti, a
year'. Imprisonment.

COW CAUSES A WRECK.

Engine and Cars Leave Track and Roll


Cincinnati South(.rn passenger Irain The navy iepartm-ent was advised
No. 2, which lelt Chaltaniooga at 10 a Tuesday aterutt-un of the departure
m. Monday, ran Into a cow at Glen NahvllIon or St. Andrews I island, oft
Mary, Tenn., 120 mlles north of Chat. the coast of Nicaragua, where Amenrl-
tanooga, and the engine. t o m n.:l cars, c cit cizets hlavn- suffr -t-ratnient
baggage and expreois car le-ft the track at the hand of their native ermpl'-'ers.
and rolled down a i,'eop emrhankniont.
Engineer Frank Parker, of ('hat Roosevelt Rema
nooga, was Insattlly killed, and seven President Roosevelt has itrm.d to
ueon badly Injured, two taally change his decision in vel he case of
Engineer Parker hail iteon on the Foreman Miller, of the boo bindery of
road for twenty-three years and had the govern ient.
never before been In a wreck.

EIQHT THOUSAND MAbE HAPPY. FEVER RAGES IN LAREDO.

Employee of Chicago and Northwest. Yellow Jack Sprceadng Rapidly, and
S Situation is Very Grave.
era Railway Have Wages Raised. The yclluw fever situation at Larm.
A dispatch from Chicago says: An In- do, Texas. Is beginning to assume a
crease in the wages of 8,000 employ -, very grave phase. There are now Ia
of the twenty car and locomotive re- the city 37 cases of fever, 16 of which
pair shops of the Chicago.and North. have been pronounced genuine by the
western railroad has been granfHtl. marine hospital scrvirn experin in
The Increase means an additional charge; Lt*n capes have bccn pronounce
expense of $300,000 a year to the con-. ed suspicious and eleven new case
pany. were reported Tuesday.


-Ernest flixher, a prominent Insutr. MAO M
ance man of Jacksonville, Fla., Jump MAJOR HAY MEETS DEATH. SEABOARD HOLDS ALOOF.
ed overboard Irom the steamer Al- I
gonquin. leaving a note in his state Veteran of the Civil and Spanish Ware Owners Decide that Road Shall Re-
room telling what had become of him Falls six Storlea. main Entirely Independend.
-Senator John T. Morgan addressed Major Samuel W. Hay tnet instant cOtrol eof the d aboard AIh r ine
the Alabama legislature In joint 's.. death at Pittsbutg. Pa.. Tuesdny evnu- has finally decided to keep the prop.
slon Wednesday on the relations hle iif by falling from the i-urth fnor of arty Independent and therefore, It
teen the national government and the Arrott building through the ele\a- will not go to the Rock Inland or any
state igilatures. tor shaft to the basement, making a other system, It la said on good au-.-
-George W. Beavers, charged with drop of six stores. Major Hay was a thority that I l isnot owned by a0I
conspiracy in attempt to.-t6raud the veteran of ihe civil atn d danileb Amer. Other railroad, ald It i 'not In oonutm
tcWernament. was behorq a cotminlsalon- leaa warts. During, the laitter war he litaUoI thAt It will be W* d or corn
r q Jla in New Yetx WedAesday to was oomaiBar os toa t.fft of Major twrolled "n a way. elept In thei.s
: tro additional Ictnirotw a q ueerut Tout%-- natiand Wh"elqr .:a,
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Withdrawal of the American war
ships from Beirut saems unlikely for
the present, In vlew of a cablegram
received at the state department Sat-
urday from Minister Lelachman, at
Constantinople, stating that although
his advice from Beirut Indicate that
the situation is quiet jdst now, noth-
nlag like permanent order has been
established.
It Is Indicated in Mr. Lielachmsn'e
cablegram that the departure of the
war ships might be the occasion
for a renewal of the riots. This con-
firms the opinion held by state depart-
ment officials in Washington' that the
quiet at Beirut is due directly to tile
presence of American war ships off
that port.
Minister Leischrnan adds 'lat then:
new governor at Beirut is actively In-
augurating reforms there, but that It
Is not 3et crtrain he will Ile able to.
handle iho situation.
1ear Admiral Cotton cables the
iaty department, under date of Bet-
rut Seitember 25, that Bearttt Is queit
and that the case of the AmericanC
consul Is still pending.
Slaughtering Still Goes O .
News comes from Monastir, Mace-.
donia, that anow has fallen on the
higher mountain ranges and the refi-f
gees must either leave their hiding
places or suffer the greatest hard-
ships.
The Turkish troops continue to
slaughter refugees who return to their
former homes, at the invitation of the
government, who promised protection.
Fourteen were massacred near the vIl-
lage of.Zlatan. One of them survived
his wounds. The refugee women dis-
covered the bodies, and carried bthe
survivor before the lieutenant gover-
nor of Resna, who refused to heart
their story "
The rumors current ihat Bulgaria
would, send an ultimatum to Turkey
.setting forth that unless satisfactory
assurances were received that the Ot*I
torman troops would be withdrawn .Im-
mediately 'from the Builgarian frontier,
Bulgaria would. forthwith mobilize her
whole army, were caused by the mob-
ilization of a regiment of. engineers.
The Bulgarian war office has receiv-
ed Information that: in the event of
hostilities the Turks will make a daah
and endeavor .to seize The Shipka
pIass, against which contingency
strong Bulgarian forces are now held
!n readiness, \

WERE SOLD INTO SLAVERY.

Eight Savannah Negroes Lured ont
Board a Russian Ship.
Lured aboard a tugboat at Savan'
nah,' Ga., by means of false promises
of easy and remunerative employment,
carried to Sapelo, Island,. and old
to the. master of the Russian bat-rk
Alice, on which they made tife voyage
across the Atlanlic and were flnailv
discharged at Bristol, England,
without a ceout, is the story
tnat eight Savannah negroes have
sworn to before United States Consul
Urin A. Lathrop. at Bristol. Their al
leged sale into Involuntary servitude
Is the offense charged against Harry
Ols.n and Jack Johnson In eight war
ranit based upon aflilavile made by
Assistant Dist rict At tlorney Alc.xan'ler
Akertnan and Issued by United tateti
Comminlssioner flyals at Savannah, Sat.
urday afternoon.
On these warrants tho arrest of tho
defendants was affected. Olsen, a
local shipping agent. 'is now under
bond to answer a stni lar charge in the
cases of Joe Rucker and John Seagn.
two boys who, II is alleged, were ship.
ped aboard a Brllish ship some time
ago
.Inhnson Is a negro whlo Is said. un-
der Olsen's guidance, to have carried
out tie plan whirli placed tlie un-
lu.ky members of his race aboard Ihe
Alice.
The arrival anti discharge of the ne
groe. al the Briltish port, tlestltito and
dipenplent for dailly necessaries upon
the charlntls of the townspeople, crl-i.
ted a decided stir. It is said.

Odd Fellows Meet Next in 'Frisco.
The sovereign grand lodge of Odd
Fellows, which was in session during
the entire past wel at Baltimor re, pd
Jiurned Salurday to meet in San Fran-
clsco next year.

GUNBOAT OFF FOR ST. ANDREWS.

The Nashville Sails from Pensacola
En Route to Nicaraguan Coast.


By President Roosevelt Re.
garding the Case of Miller,


STATEMENT TO THE PRESS


Conference With Labor Chiefs Held in
Washington Wherein President's
Policy Ia Reiterated---Will
iot iasmlss Miller.

A Washington special says: An Im-
portant conference took place at thli
white house Tuesday night between
President Roosevelt and five members
of the executive council of the AmerI-
can Federation of )-.abor. including
President Gompers and John Mitchll.
head of the Miners' Union, during
which the case of Foreman W. R. Mil
ler, of the government printing office.
was the principal topic bf discussion,.
The conference was granted at the r>-
quest of Uie labor leaders, 1`1ie Miller
cas .was fully presented by the mem-
bers of the executive council, at the 0
close *of 'which the president made a
statement in which he announced that "
his decision not to dismiss Miller was
final and that the' question of his per-
sonal fitness must be settled in tha
regular routine of administration.
Statement by President.
The conference broke up about 11:30
o'clock, and shortly thereafter the fol-
lowing statement was given to the
press at tho white house: ,
"Pursuant to the request of Samuot
Gompers president .of 'the American
Federation of Labor, the president
granted an interview this evening to
the following members of. the execu-
tivo council of that. body: "
"Mr; Samuel tompers, Mr. Jameo
Duncan, Mr, John Mitchell, Mr. James
O'Connell and Mr. Frank Morrison.
Various subjects of legislation in the
interest of ilbor, as well as executive
action were discussed. Concerning the
case of William A. Miller, the presi-
dent made the following statement:
"I thank you and your committee for
your courtesy and' appreciate the op-
portunity to meet with you. It will
always be a pleasure to see you or any
representatives 0o youth. organleationm
or your federation as a whole.
"As regards the Miller case, I have
little to add to: what. I have already
said, In dealing with It I ask you to
remember that' I am dealing purely
with the relation of the government
to its employees. I must govern tny
action by the laws of cte land which t
am '-worn to administer and which
differentiate an' ..case In' .which the
government of the United States is a
party from 'all other cases whatsoever.
These laws are enacted for the benefit
of the whole people, and cannot and
must not be construed as, permlttinr,
discrimination against some of th"
people. I am president of all (lithe peo.
ple of tthe United States, without re.
gard to creed, color, birthplace, occu-
pation or social conditions. My aim
is to do equal and exact Justice as
among them all. In the employmnen
and dismissal of men In the govern
meant service I can no moro recogniz,
the fact that a man does or does not
belong to a union as being for or
against him, than I can recognize ihio
fact that he Is a Protestant or a Ca'h
ollc. a Jew or a Gentile, as being fr
or against him.
"In the communication sent me l>y
various labor organlsations protesllng
against the retention of Miller In ilt
government printing office, thi,
grounds alleged are twofold: 1. Thir
he Is a non-union man. 2. That he i
not personally fit. The question of his
personal fitners is one to be settled in
the routine of administrative detail
and cannot be allowed to conflict with
or to complicate the larger question of
governmental discrimination for or
against him or any other man because
he Is or Is not a member of a mnion.
This is the only question now before
me for decision, and as to this my de-
cislon is final." -
From the manner of the labor lead-
ers as they came from the white house
it was evident that they were not en-
tirely satisfied with the result of their
Interview.


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BISHOP BRATTON CONSECRATED.

Interesting and Impressive Ceremony
Takes Place at Jackson, Miss.
At Jackson, Mlss., Tuesday Rev.
Theodore Bratton, late of Raligh, N.
C., was consecrated bishop of Missis-
sippi with appropriate ceremonies.
The following bishops were in a'-
tendance: Dudley, of Kentucky; Gall-
or, of TennesE-ee; Cheshire, of North
Carolina; Weed, of Florida; Nelson. Of
Georgia; Bechkwith. of Alabama, aittd
Johnson, of western Texas.
The ceremonies were very Impres-
sive and were witnessed by people
from all over the state.

LYNCHER8 NOT MOLESTED.

Burners of George White at Wilrming-
ton, Delaware, Go Free.
The grand jury at Wilmington, Del.
Tuesday announced that it had' bees
decided to Ignore the bills against
those charged with being concerned
with the burning at the stake of
George White, the negro, who assault
ed and murdered Miss Hele, Bishop.

FOLLOWED WIFE TO GRAVE.

Grieving Over Camise of His Better
Half, Bonsall Suleided. .
Robert Bonsall, 54 years old. from
New York, connected with thb land de
partmet -of the Santa fN railroad,
killed himself at Galveistoi, Texas,
Tuesday because .orewpondency over
the death .at his. wife.' Th1e r 1ial u
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'' r d aded man met a bald headed
.'i A' oq.te oano nUse stretlono0 day. The rod.
,,wowr ... ... ,headed man said to the bald-headed

.. "Huh- here don'l seem to have been
Si 1 1 the HMay IreduCt. much halr where c0ou came froni."
'- 'v.. s farmer strives to getl hI hyI "Oh, yes," reiilltd .lie bald-headsoi
'.lOInd thea Wasltng lifluenloe of rain Waln "there was plenty of hair, but it
a oi noo as ,p(sllble. RIQn Wter-inay was all red, and i wouldn't have It."-
Ulasolve nna rbrovea borp tWail men De October Lppincott's Magazine.
mit. of the dry matter of hay. and
11at As thus removed may represent F1TSpormninnIlv.,ro,1. ,o flt'nr iorvou-
Sqite twenty Per cent. of the feeding nssnrior llrt ia v's. iu ipofDr. lluo' Oro-it
V- flue.. Half an inch of rain means Nervloqator.,r.2trinl,'tlealatlrokier. .,
14t fifty tons of water per aere, and Dr.lLit. it.e,Lit..,Il Arehst.,Pi ila.,P.i.
|C the crop be equally spread over 1he There are p,-i.lUe UhIo soenm to take more
llonnd, it is, of coarse. subjected to tie interest in our an-ars than we do our-
,Whole of the wasblig influence of this selves.
quantity of water. But it the crop lie Mrs.Wllaslow'sS onilIltn'wSyrim fnoretildronr
.put into cocks that occupy only one.1- tehing,softeallav ntt,,ogi'e.rdiiers latninn-
Stenth of the area, it follows that the 25-a-ottl
hay will be affected by nuily one-tenth Self-preservatioi" i. ille fin t law of no-
hlure, leR l mo9 t r I iiit.1 I I V () l.3looki wel pre-
of the rainfall, that IS to sty, by five ed. mot
Witead of fifty tons of water. Not amrPpt
9ply does water actually wash o0it iy life tiLaro ye.ire i... -. ins'. 't'uos asRon-
maleh of the soluble nnd( most valuable tine,Maple St.,.>"i.i'N. ., ob. 11, 1 ).
constituents of boay, but it also removes ',me net l.,-.', 0 i l nilier.4 e-
the aronaa, and leaves the crop muchl sp(L m tini, I i hit' Ii it ih
lqis appetizing ns food for stock. The a clul.
'? ,lor, too, suffer, and with it tl;e seoil.l- Tix "'fI.T- l It Colt nt make *- top
I lig value.-The Cultivator. Elf th1 111.116 it luLt ,I.

The Cellar lioor. It's .ill riilr to l. I Ih ,l.l., if yuu Lrc
'A damp cellar is an abomination anl t i,. .,m-ct
menace to health. Cemuent it yout- .... .---- .. --_--.._. -
aelft It peed cost you only a few dollar
for cement. Once experloleled, you A i 1 |
w ninaid tn't nn -i- a.1 1 I f .i. .


wouuu i, a-r. E wi iutien retconmol-t
aid convenlenco. Smooth t(i cellar
I. i #


floor, Inclining it sllgltly toward one
side and oqp end, If the cellar drnin is
at one corner. Along this sidh ind Oenil
mak6e a hallow roIundet I Irichli. Li.nv
froW pn Inch to nil inch and n half of
cee'net oa'vr the floqr, making the op)in
drfin nit side and end as shown In Ithe
cut. Any water thnt now gets into tlit.
cellar is at once carried by the oipeti
drain to the outlet drl', iiand thltre I.
|n1o lud in the celltr.-Faorml Journtl.
Chickens an Sravongrrs.
It Is always deslruiile lo U t tlit kill'hl
en wastes be disposed of off'Netilly.
It they are thrown In then lNick I ariid l i
In heaps nt a greater distance frmni the
ioeir' they are snre to dreny nul inlny
be n source of Iroitblesolun (lis-'iit. It
therefore, seenis the part of wisdom Vt
dispose of sih nnaterlil where it will
be dloprived of nny evll t-nlonr-.y, ndul
converting then Into ('dllile i ant.
either pouI.ry or pig, is nn eaisy v FIlu
tiln. ,
My I rensons for p-i'fet'rrling cl cliei os
to pigs are that tliey rourti-r le.s .tlt-
Jug oil, nrc more clonrily, I tlir pilio'luus
onure lienltlfnl anlid gnrnlly the Iprolit
1i lat-ger. The pig is n gotod rt-:il of ni
inristocrat, and utinst have niIs servin-ii.
carry all his food to hliin. while chll.t-
ens are not above going where litli
men Ial Is.
.Wit~ e t'e tirssekogper will not
w'asit tlnt 'ti p lliig up nill ilie cruiinml)
fri'tn the ffoor nind s r'apilng tlie ill..li
absolutely Ojnr. the sw-' ?ilugau ndll
:tlsliwilter will enarry nininy a sc-rao tNi
the .yard. After the chlitioin toiait
learn where those I-its nri'e lik-l.- Ito hI'
they will expect tlhi ii nnd ci:lo.'i nil 1il
thorcitghly without iiny t1a01ill, -tll
.vour part. T'rhils ltiinln over all pnori:
of llhe ground and renting c-vr.~ tliliis
that would otherwise hie p ast.l*i1 :n-l
produce offensive odors, if inot ll;'
worse, mnkes the chlicken n v111nlil" I
ally In the sanltnry work of v-ery itirnil
liome. And when we cousliltr thn hill
gence and plrsistenicc slin'n iii airi'- .
ing 1:p all wnste ilntt latorll. til4 |ihliotl
way itn which the work is (donie, Its of
fectlveness In keeping (itir prnitlses
pure nnd the prollille 'llra01 s1I lit thie
Way of-. eggs nnd meont, we nitLi ro(ol
clude that our chickens have by ,-at'iire
been @ndowed wtlilthiose cellhr:.-.teiLt;
tics lilt minke them very effeitlive
reavongers and, therefore, our gooJ
friends,-Americnn Stock Keeper.
Harweatine lltuBtsnmelon.
One hundred and fifty crates of mel-
ons ar acre In a fair yield. I find there
18 some difference of opluion about
picking, and it is really necqsmnry to
pick them greener when they sie to lie
sevY'al dnys In trniislt., but I will give
you my way of dollig it. The fist half
of the season I pick them as soon as
the stems can beforced with thle thumnli
to part from the fruit without breaking
out a police of the melon with It-that
Is, It must come off smooth and not
tear or break In the flesh. This condi-
tion aliould prevail before the cgnta-
loupe hiaS begun to turn yellow, bit a
cantaloupe that is in this condition and
Just right to shIp to-day will be quite
yellow and unfit for transportation the
next day.
After the season is one-half or two-
thirds gone and the weather is very
hot, as Is I usually the case, I find It safe
to clit them 9ff with stems after they
nre full grown and have become dense.
ly netted., It requires careful help to
pick a crop of cantaloupes without con-
sidera ble losses from picklig too green
ortoo ripe. In either case those too
ripe or too green should not go in the
package. An expert should follow just
behind every -fifteen or twenty pickers
to see that they are doing their work
properly. Wagons sl~uld be ready to
t1Pe pe 'knqtaiPes.' the packing
sheif eon utter they are brought out to
the end of the rows,
All blandllng to be carefully done to
prevent bruising and bursting. When
they arrive at the packing shed the
packers mostly women, hurry- them in
tb6 crates, whfbh hold forty-flive canta-
loupes each. No over ripe, too green,
very small, very large, or Immature
.t.ptlglqpela re afllbwed to go iB. It is
Important that every cantaloupe should
be isreLeet. One crate well packed.,
carefully culled and in perfect order 15
waortis tfree "tbat may be packed out of
the luDierplle by a careleas packer, who
wilt i .t Ii a call or two, a!d perhaps,
pack them loose so the cantaloupes can
roll Rtbcut-W, LH. Alle, in the Ameri- I
ean Cultivator.

'ToJ" fellow th p money than
brals t#i 1 ti._l that things
sre -s thqy ara.-PbiaBIlpbta Seert. ]
.i.. i tel/laikthte all the wrld'l


ti %,.ourn


"I have made a most thorough
trial of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral and
am prepared to say that for all dis-
eases of the lungs it never disap-
points."
J. Early Finley, Ironton, 0.

Aycr's Cherry Pectoral
won t cure rheumatism ;
we never said it would.
It won't cure dyspepsia;
we never claimed it. But
it will cure coughs nnd
colds of all kinds. We
first said this sixty years
ago; we've been saying it
ever since.
Three aloBs: 25c., 50c., SI. All dr.itltSii.
Conisi lt your ic rtIi i Ir hir i F. tIralo li .
ii ntaka It. Ii 1n t. 't Ilol II Il" l.ih, .1
Leave I it h llll llll. Iin,' vii iIi. w


A Flat Refusal.
W illlo- L'ol's 1,1p ; \i. die ni. rrl(?1
lM l.' ssi- Il.l,', you o r lay l
It w, ith iin ll lih r irl.
WVllih.--No
L i i o itNlm i:]-.--T r'II .1 in 'l 'r.ir
HL'O on mi(.--() lolib r III ir( L.*i

FREEs WSUARrs
R CiN and BUCHU
To all whol l itff r,,'ir lI. I!, i tfilpii.l .t of HIn e
whi t M tI % i" ll. l il,h,- I 1 i r. I .art. l .la idl r
rn r III l. Il"-.1 1 -081 L -I0.I, I-I 1...-1 1 I- rf r/ri i rr
(ilt ni -i ti..hl -. i ii t -. .- i ,. 1 1.1i I -lhll v ni d
Liver Me.t.- iV. i 1 ., --,ill nal.-dh.li v frr 'il
CO UL. M ri .ll. I- I .l .11] I ,1 A i.i- l al t i 1LIALLT
DI.UO [ I L -*(' .% i: Si AIlai .il, Ut
a n ~ s t.. .


AMMUNITION
n .n s e l ill titles
it e~iu- I' i I 1' r ilir tn h

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h ._ ii t."-if I ,. "I .il,.'r .
ith t u a U M C w
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C lI, f tr,'e.
The UJnlon Me allio Cartridge Co.
DhIhLLI'OhIT. CONN.
Airent3 y 31311fulh~outilu
Age New,% I t r :ity, No 'e.

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EXERCISING FOR BEAUTY.
Soine llnts Jonr wVomuen wVl,, Deali"
Atlucular LDevelopnietil.
Theo following exereiso Ia recom.
mended for tilling ot theo cliest nud
throat: Take the usual erlct ipolstlot
with chest out high lind line, thels
together, and lips back. IBrlng the
artus directly forward vith the lniilds
tightly clinched andul plails uppermost;
tlhon draw tlhe rnims ln'ak is If you
were pulling at roins, keeping the arnnas
directly at the sites ilnd sending then
back as far ns over you ean. All this
tiniu tho chest nlusi be kept forward.
Never allow it to relax. With every
liull ft tho innako-beleve relns take a
tleop iinhaliioni, exhililng when the el-
bows nare fr back, nud take a rest of
fo|ur or flvo seconds. This exercise
imeias iiiacultinr developmiintt. It
shoulil lie started lowly, anul iucrensed
griidnt l l, l. First ciny p'lip;t only tiv-
timies; lit a wNcek licreit-.o to ten. Ac
youl get st otilgori. you clii ni ako it nlf-
teoll.
irollows at the Itase of tlie neck Is lilt
alfliictlon with which ianny women
suffer.
.A liiy little scoop is conshi rodr
1r0ll3. 1,inlth iirelttil'r llindodl thilnn a
iteck ilthat is liiyers ul.on layers of fnt
Ilow,'ver, for 1ilt ntuil hollow in thic
nl ckI lila c-xerclse '-11ll1 ie found lieui.
iihhila :
Il t.ls i i.tgoltor, hips lnclc, chiest out.
I' s aI t, I i ll i tig. tl togetherr, turn
thel- lh:.d l.o you will look straight
over til lrighlt piaillnler, then. with tihe
Huii-r nolInitl'l w hIlii ili fi rood. gently.
tiiu i 1- tii' li,-ft hilo iof thle neek.
vntuldliuI to' linger Illts nilout in lhi>.
irr-les. nIt vy.s wli n ii pinvairdl, out-
\w ;riIlil 'roslsirl'. M ;iss,:i: w hill count-
ling li\'; tirni tihe lie lni Ih, other awny,
ui-i.:tit [lit%' iniil, nilil coiinulllie for llix
oWr i .a ii l tlilllli '--l-_'vr 1ir 1y Ilt i-or .
lir\ll' of fitlitgIlo w-'elin exerit'lming.
lIn. fillla e i Ihliuat 11s t4 s )11n ain 011on ii
Ilrt'l .voi I ro Ill li io idllilon foir ex-
r .i'.so. DrI'- l" i l i till ito t-rengtlh of
la a, iii .,h, Is :ti .hilliritlil g lprlistilult'
not 11 s.qk, nuild yon shlonui tlihinl of
v'lnr olt'rc'i In thit wniy. Withatever
i1 ii hore t' lint in Ilit lnta l 1titllnt' i 11, iul
nalil th ii lio imind la onllgelliilly centreil
I--s111is :ii' imui -Iih spee'dler alnd miore
In;-i lig
Altn ec vroise for lie ite-rvouRl girl who
(.iii't sltevln Iiid who thllink s( it' It Ithi
Illgges't of' mitirtyrs a nnil i e sndldest of
>inI:il:s Is to Kiinitl i'r't i uhl vry slovw-
Iav ri.'nx eo'.ry linis-lh otf tilbo hotly.
I lup tlhe shliouilers forward Mnnd let
th( \'.;i l'ul m I {lia h .st.. T' .iit ve ry sl,')-w ly
niil grtulnlly r'ali thon h iet'lst. Inllig
iI' sltMio tulJ'r .t nlu, Il -:;il I lu:tik tiu tll
i lio h :id 1 i't1 s oeli liii 1 li'ck. iS vly Illt
hui.)ilda iu t foi' ;i'll. ntil I Ill linit w uiiv
li-'lif tIhe til-il lit ui11ill ic.N w llnit olt liny
forcti r ilr ileiOln. Thoirn Inullat h in no
maiii.sC'iilir oiivti nt oI r h I nfli le k. It I
tio hn .'a.iillg' of Iho ulv i diliru t li lhat tinhem
Slie hlintl froul ieO l liutm I lii 1o nil o illhr
litiq l rlglit hociildol r iiii I i't l-it.l nli
ItwvinIg hliod to drop o I rlght. )lni(.)
slliawly to position. Of criurso fll thel
luiit'hliu' rif th1" fltCie ilt. il ii" co('Iiilihui.-
ly t'rltixil.--New York Coiuitirecinl \Ad
vcrtli"-r.
A pI,-r. lill'h o Ilrit .. .
(One of iu.' gr -DV lilo l ll'o fi' li' l lllf <'(>ll h o 'i'riH l;| h i 1 illf il l
aoclrt lyt .I i lolli l I a I I h .sr l''ii I1
ianlnuthe lpnth iNtralriht. Illns o.,illitJ
(r'.s.s .- i 'rl lleiilly 11 i. i for fill
el ll sfunisl .q. I1 l1 ,oilly "Ilit-itwlit, nwillld1 .l'!
tfi'o l l hi oCllii'vetiill oillil lin ililltiill -4 liin
tcllis oiatoriill .s Ii i i1 fo"ir Ill b inl iln l \\ltal
n ( Il':s tul 1t I htut li i l .s lal 'i fit ill i n llit

S ithI a woniilin fla ho it I.; i lifl rfiliit.
S ]l tr i l i ii "4d I o l n l w a, vl k olwi W h ,o ) v r 'i '
ouS11 h I to (r1'1 ... IfI l arl i t IO it ia ll-in 'r
IuII lii rl illi I aO It. li 'h:ia'i< dll i li u in ttllc lo- n Ihilr l nu i inii tii ifori iil"l
nit ic wtoa illdt I i' if s alil" ,' il t I l li r \ 'ni
Sllt p i' rly i1 n low \ l.- ''l 1 'rnt lo 1inl

"l t l i < .h i n I ho lllc i n f h i ls I r i s ui r ,: "
for lih r l" iind oult f'loim tloiin) fnin wlh"
.liiowi ( ln h wiit.viin of ha holiuoit wlhitt ailll
I t HIt p o'i hlf lile td r 'sH n t : fila r c w elK (I
si ,i I i. r t lf is 11 i ilm 'ari r. I l llO lit i
n'iy a gla'ol l itn lalh I'uniirih. I kn u-w of
t,,Itil:Ir falitu Iro, av-tn oalit ti fili llv
lliinor inlilo, n -l tli tr i, i in ot fr l ioutl
\\l ~it'r Ili1uli dm 'alut..l ia-h thlil< Is tnavc'r
Ili u gilnl u{f axi'uilt fur tlihe imin t tiitltlt .
(i1 ill of .vtiltiit pliti'tlh' ar linllv.-Nec't
Yoe'l: Au iriirica. ui






Ivory ,nl)lth nii intlhi l wii girt a nrr


esitr'riil I .i' f.-lglnitil for wcarT in I lwhilt


tQ~*~da~ *Y~t. 4i&4SVLLBp LA*1


JUST LIKE BOY ,

Being the Tale of Two Lads, an Aunt
and a Fighting Roooter.
in the days when a brown-stone
front was ro,.ardod' a the outer anl
visitle-l sin of gentilityy," and when
lif' hi Now. York was a simpler mat-
t.-r thin It Is today, there lived ilt onu
of Ili ,orthli otx mansions a certain
litihly rosectlableo malderi lady and
two -rnhilow', cousins, to whom she
was guardian.
A classmalo and chum of the elder
buy had beetrno the happy possssorr
of a ro4slIet, wNhich tIte seclltr assured.
hnI, had a "big ga:iiy slneak In himn."
i[nlnniod by this n'itlogy, hothi boys
wero. wild for .ia -"match;" anwl not
ltnving the inean- wVhleroellh to puir-
chaito an alingulilsal, they 'iut tlhoil
heads (togetllir to <;nipa.ss tho bor-
rowing of one, and with the follow-
ing resilts:
The youngor c-our'.,. an unusually
pollo and gont-o little boy, was de"
snatched onl tho flrt Iolltidy to the
girorery where he fnnilly dealtH, ottoni-
stily to order an like'e n for dlin.>r.
"Miut," heo said. pintling to a co irou
of live fo\\'lA. "'my aunt wants to noo
it before you kill IIt."
The procer asseneil, annil fortlhwith
drow from thln coop what ho consltl-
ored a deilrablo bird. Dlut the boy
would have nono of it. lie had set
Il.i heart on a ralnbow-rolored rooster
wltwi iinoriouts combat d tail.
"Why," said tlio nru'oer. "that isR Iho
vory tmoutlitest ohl l cistomenr in tio
bunih."
"My aunt likles thonl toughi" said
the g,'tlllo little boy
In a rotiplo of hours the rnostrRt
was borne baUIk to the storii-oine eye
shut, hiis >omb t-or.a an-l bloody, nuil
bhtill oii talntihor of his heAiitHull till
Inft. Ilt he wnas crowing so trium-
phliantly that a small crowd forlowiid
himl. 11o hnoil uffcered, liaL. the hirnt
with ili "hbig gamny streak In hint
wa.i nowlhner.'
"My paint Is nmuch ohllKgnd to you,"
said tho ipollto andI gontio litlilo boy
Io itto attonishoiel grnrr. "Slio can't
doeido today, bilt Rho w ounld iho
to look at him again nnxt Saturday "
-l''ronia "In LIghlt r Voln" in tlo C:un-
tury.

The Idea of Culture.
'Tht Idea of ultutr haii always iIn-
luidcit a quick and wide ynilatithy
with men; It shouliil' hereafter In-
elide syinpiathy with nature., and par-
tirculirly will Its living fornms-a syni-
plialhy lindal on sonie arcIirate ob or-
vation of natiro. Theo hokworm, thio
monik, Ihe isolated utide'nt, lias never
liun tlho type of lho ie cltvirted Mnan.
okcliety haH soemol iI inatuitral soet-
ingl; for thn rulllvtited poiilson, liean
(ir wIomni n; b Ilt the prrstriit eontiri .
ilo of real cullro Poitaiinli not .rinly
a lir-go tlevolopnliolt or Ihlls eiaocll ate'-
monint, but alto all anitate creation
and to thulto immoino forces thint
Hit tha narthly stage for inan andi
nil raiatedl holngs.-Prshldent C. W.
Ellol, in the World'r Worli.

TilHE MAN THIINl.
MIs Sino Prlins-Of- course, mI'
notl Onc-lltnd enough to think I was
thie inoRt iopuilar girl In sc ool, int.ll.
the other girls were always wanting
to k(an Ime
Miss Sharpo-Perhapl It was on ac-
eount of that little inuitnche on your
upper 1p).-Pliladelphia Press,

Alaal
"Will you Il 1 me jiles yo4?-"
They na o bi by siduo In th gloe;nm-.
Inlg, rull i (it l tuo eacr h olheor, yet lit
so clitiIm bl.t Ihalt it nittght havo b-.-it
pos i lil. Ilto I)e closer. Theo suin ltal
gonlO Ilown behind Iteo wtif.rrn hall'h,
inld tho faint shadow of iwiliglit wan
lu -,' liilii g to istiggt tl lits 'lf lit lho r.'-
I (u- ., 4 < of i til m l ill.lt.
io \an patient, I lie sull ito lirtisaolf.,
lie WIltild wait.
Sh- old idoL answer, hbut luoolod out
In1o lhIo cinr klIy nnd tIho I l loe'-y
louds ans Il, y altlel along the hurrlt.-
ti'n. Of1 m hat was it i i nli tug., le
wt-eilcrrai-l, iil h i "ar i h'rt. WIl it ,of
loiiv t anuil ilnrilonata lolngligS, and d(I
HIr-a fnlly mit1? uit nlevor niliid whstt
it wn, nf would not titrry her. Io-
w' nlli wi-ll.
The dielant call of Ilo owl was
]irsrd, ndil along Iho lines rii tho aill
IIiriO cm'-ne a i)ro<' lithln of co-Uw, Imlorn
'olm the paslture.
l'or a longt limo lthy Bat Ihusi, it
ideep ilonce, until she iturnled hir eyes
uo hlu, wondering, quesh(liing
"'Well' he asked at last. Will yoea"i
And sho gathered herself up and pr-
piardi to l'ave.
It Is too late--now!" she sail -
Octolb)r Smart Set.


moI... ne.....e. /
A .J.TowerCoBasmonMas. US.A. hI'i.
S aT CMaAIJ U A LcSI I roS Toia'. UTh. 'i V ("*i" ) i.,' In i lit l hI l 11 wVitl- lUlt
I Im t ik~ tl 'i
w ai hT -f p >T D '- l o'.iri.4 Kc-ins iltft -,r Iln' c lur- i.
The Watkins' Boy" Hay Press 1ro'1. ,,'tl,. ,,i 'i s 'tit i.* .1" fr
THE MARVEL OF THE COUNTRY. Ii'- -N. n ,t e.
*.. m3 *"i v.- on ...i.. I l'le lr .( 'chifon l 1 l i ni t "mlt df

for- v ii-iwIlk wrnail4.
P. 'llgli"'h ls OIigot- ('|lif.t for dlli i 'ing litim i
I rivlhitIg arel piped XsIlth a i .'olor >.L l i
hg1.S I i. ll lll I-.I'llllP r. L

'woe bcye ran npr-rate it tinn nor spwer iie in iae If l'ii tlu 111.m hine Ithe
ilio st lI 1114toVi' por -l l -~ano i to I II i i of i1110 I ha il. t
ofothor thilnfll and ceiOiLS only 25, 11io 1 u
,is at once firiv -re.llar N "Ti. t'lhe lrkedl wvof li-n to t oil wlori e
5E, E. LOWE CO., Atlanta, Georgia. for .il lndilslion street auita will nbo
G jr GD AGfi :NTS IG ANh NTfII W illtuMl with pilali rihlrd cloth.
SoRotsto aononoROoolomoso Corni i glowing rare and coNtly; the
o x pale pink ieandi el i choIce uand are.
N h WI'l onillied with dlainonale.
4 CURES 2. sh lertains of serim have in him..
N *A IU EI L Indigestion, salttliiedl hem and a border of icrolls
Effects fel mt minedl- X done lu cross-ltltch with lustra thread.
atell. 0
1 0.t. c, .IDr w A few charming toqusa of lace have
latolioloUooioooo ololoio- appeared with the Prince of Walesi
Stip. .. threat upright, once more in evi-
The Effervescent onk
The Effervescent dencllk. traveling gowns have become
Stomach Cloanser popular fr many reasons, and they 1
prevents leadiacie, nre unlined, with a drop silk petticoat
billlousneow, colItlileon. bjeuenth.
ar isee.rand* ro., Tailored suit plates for fall show,
VEirSna*.MTr. i#.lf-lengkt coats, belts, full sleeves,
cl it Ie n j yws'o* caring skirts and stole collarS or no
Stollars whatever.
llhaone purses of bairon eIpbl
are. to be fouWid tnan thea

,.4,Aes; qo ta 4.latl.


United States Horss,.
The Unitd States Is theo.groto WO RN OUT, DRAGGED 0 t
horo' iprilt itnIng counltr)y In tho worl.-. ***4,*a** idi*5O****.** cb,*46ab.**A
AL l l tlnio., tllt-rlfoie, wlilen olhoher Mifrt. Tre-mle Nelohi, 42 Broad St.,
ilgoni, I, ii itt: ,..il^ll lltlt -Otipu~ll|Iou Niaehlille, Tenn., '-rte: *
with. I.r.t.. fr ni,.ny ~,,,p ,. an,l Are Most Women in Summer ..' A -s Pae.ruhacs atn',e
tOo hetmIg I'lliatitIt i-h'iwortIa/goo d e/ n. I fealI n 11. 9l2l1V
. ony tt' i I t.A' .i-i1. t -Pa-ru-na is a Tonic of 1titi oLL, f aa. To illo a
consider what i t i% 40Il1l.r4 ay u meet tlie eya of so ise wto-
that other shall not I l, .. 1, ,. 'r Eficiency. ,,,n. ,is r i..o sntfrI,-,.aea r an have.
t ter i"ll iit li t .i I ,, .li ni. 're
es In an inulustry a-s g tt i..i .. ii f v at aprs I re lt i" a i
widespread and intolerethig. 1\ i, ,. nam iataU a"t havl hood-
years ago the horsus f' in l i I' t tM. ache i, had bao it)Iho or tlVtln.d- t
States were valued at eleven ti l soille. anhere, and real l olfr 1-DS
million dollars. DBuiness dopresai i. aon awlrh the andfert 1 all n df toe a
together with the com1 ltltl ud sul. keep tping.
stiliitions referred to, depreciated, ttl. s 9A goe rtanIl ll ea o.
stock nimuro than onohalf. BWt there "A yI, Pereial ad Ils' a atoie tAm
has leein an appreciation within a few I4 1atri6aaclal i teru' p1oleadel
years, owing to limplness revival an.1 *0 any that l sta'i 0ottle 111tri' ea n'e
ensiling prolirlity, o tha11t ho value wonal of me a ti a ie tno iaore
orf Ilt horses In thl coiiuntry had rln 4 ll 1i Ins and Ile looiae brityh
imlro than two hundreds million dolli'1 S ..*"-Ms. Tre la' Xarai.
at theo endi of I t last fiscal year, Jiune, ii*.*
191)2, fllwn %hatth- le value was at the
low-watar mark iferredl to.-'ion 1i
John iltier Sipoolil'sH "' r'ii litt'S :i
I\uei'k i itho Sep ll ilivi' (tVont .


Tourists: Paot and Present. I
I'T r vt'tlin ;. lil' aoI \' a nim li'li it n fori ( <( if II vil in %.' a. \, is A s
ilts Rletpplilhr ill iho e i llb r l. l ln.
cotL's; "alil toi'iihA-, like liVn.II ll,
are itiroasliug al Io al'tailil ii r.it' ii
apiO d hhat rfurt'lign 'coiUmlrimes ali 1 li-
irt-rt y stIhevt.a hiii fair t o i oequtillv tit-l I.1 \1t
ovM irriin. Th rn> wia a a ino whi i n gaol> I It .... li. lN. 1V
lilting lokct d l n o lill l ilh ulponl tho i ii ., I i' ,
pngo iof fable, anid uptin thilio fa.r rlloli- ieltill\ ll-.'l i.
IIrlt'. il-ro rlealiy was stranger tlhi' ltnir lf til ti,. h-I i[
romii nc. I \.iu o(iiin lltaly iyan)ilf', ..w n llt n.llinr I
'i'hl'..-t asii tIh lillalizi [R igtr Ascha iu I i l lt i 1111 ii .i11
1lil il hnlini (hid l i iiaVboltdil lit'ro way [lugg l-oiailt. I
lit il ln n liodiya Nl ilvt t i s eal nnt a thiofiii- l a .
talltwu 't lin t11.11) I\I',li Iho lt lliisl thiat I tliink it is
lit--ti lIlle Ii'ia i'll.r -i' % i t it, 'm Itnutlli '. i u urld."--losepp lie
to rl t AnltIori 'l tall i' itn i l li.lio i. It 1 s '1111 ,, ii Is Li n Ai o
I -if 1110 te I'atmOs 0
~in uhlal Ini~l'o ge'litl-'niistv ii lthi ihit4 ...4i i.aili s Ia la lht akin
I'airo it land. KB ll l It ltog r .Am hiimi: % ..4.l it lit.it-b.tit ,4- f
nllll nin io dny1 w ni1Yi hniill li \,. I t'r;,,i. v..- im.l I i'
pit rilittle a gilhlip li1t wIii t %aI o l'l i l 1 n,,i t -. I. it.1111,l
fromi n whii h, to s u,-Iflly nmild lit, l".t. I.t "-anii,
fully n wi1lid trow." 1 il h,,,l iti .1-'1'11 1j"i
.,1" ui,'l ill-. H aIiill- t4
The Real Thinlg.I l..i nl..T iN1i
Virginilia Ittian niDil J.islplilio, our
ucol'rod mall from llho tiar nHlolit .n IIOiiSON
iho proud posri smir of a rihiluins.nlin rin>-t (in b lit tI cll lo \ whli h I.i in liilro sH lian'iighl. \'liii.- r. \ial. have
iher lhnini fro'lm Im'li arl t hit l i) AliCr W iil(.ut -I' lliioffti
Teddy askei l lt-' Ihli i otliir day- the ll-ith I till ullit.
"Aro tlhy real dinnintilas, '(innyT'?" -- Cli li.s. Ni wqs.
"No, Infdo ily," hiho irepllile with ill -- -.
If u H iof her Wtltly pompallniili ill' "Dl y'sI Th1't neolivi'o 1r ,
real gri ndstonei Mll y I'flhtul ' to ni tfriimi-l radnlso"-t)tlo|)or I.Ip 10i of lbe)(twoon
pIIll ncot 's. Ofi.1il.


I Ii.S, 280 Carroll St.
mIielt' lint to take any
'il1 I hit w found it s -
a I lii. iIl the wear andi' /
ItII,.- I liave taken it, ,
i, .u.h feel that It has
I- Iit at i l( i hitltl it Itll
hu,\'i i-tg hauLworn-out,
. l ui i i rnilliy wonlii
iorcd that thI- d pi. i ,l h --' 1 mr wna'illirr
fit l.hil.Iimir3' Int RayhiT L na til th rr I' ili I il. ul-l.tii I l hi
hiE' li 'tit ut tit iO il th lii ul'lt it i i, 1 ilt ii 1 a1 iu.uil.t i ll utii -.h y
Mhf t iI il tH ip linA r w l 'oli I n ii I tva. i liuiV lmi. I.4
int]y ilmll ill a mintif- nvi-wv i'auna i~a n hi i, ilhl' \ii u i mli t i ,-
if ]l t wa uttlhitr. Vllt t it mitU a iitr4 leBI cihutal i litC0llil ii i'liI'lulIPt ,
I -'it ii ii to tile anu- itn l lie tia'nt le l i < ii1nilin, ami il'ino s do tho
fllittlmu keeps tseo ikitii ires
>il-i Io IeiiiioouL Uineni- It yn1 do linot dei-ive pinimpt sad satim-
leailthy WiVi theo skin fa-ltory rmiinilt fro-ml lt" tit oof P'era is
distia ii l point working li rii' t. u iltrt (it Dr. I ui rlinain V'liti r 6
.,'u bi- lta toodi with full M.iILaetlnti of Vnllr i. and lin will be
plen t'i4rd to give you liis valuablii advloe
aii i n viie 'i.-itaioniil e gr'atil.
iutii il|n lit' lori,.'ni AIrhphsU lr Iliirtmannn, Prlmidonm of Tlhe
hillv Ipllelira ltin\1 i .,I ,. Ih iliii li i-Ltiiii ,irii i. i'ihiiliin ( .


's CiHOICiE.
lp reillanrant)-Woll.
Syotu gol ? .,
onk and flah-but
Whilc'h'll you have?


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Achiug lacks tireo enatid lHip, hiruc,
all la Iii n t lS aov lilt'li. t Hw lling -f
the Ilia lalt, rlt'iiiuia isti. Uu l aitdrol ti) u Nls
vnilull.
They correct, itili wIith brhlk dlust
sediment, high c ilored, ext-casive, iin
In passing, dribblilng, fri'qutency. Diniui'i
IfKilney 'lla dissolvev e and rhinovo ciililli
nad gravel., folleve hl-atrt putlillt
iinn, 'sloeoplcssi s, h-alulcho, liervotLi

TiLLt CIT', IND.--I rrtClvet the fei',
trial of )Donn'a a Klhii y l'llls. They nin
iplendild. I iad ai Iiwful pa in iin i
bintk ; oun takihig tIhii Illl tha \ni itI ll
lae right iuway and I ft1-'l like a nlw
llian.- Stephon Sc-haefer.
Mrs. AnDIIll ANIltr.\v, It. ., D. No. 1.
]lHODI(ICAD, Wi1i., wl'Hi-; I rit( tlh fre otrinl of Doan's hiinoy Pills witlih
nmuih lineafl t. My llttleo ui0pheVw wvris
stilllerilng terribly wtllh kluley Itronlil
from luhatlet fuvcr. Two dotitora failed
to h-lp him und hli flinilly went intl
apIisl. Iltls ftllihtr g nive i1im1 1 oil'1
Kidney Pills and friom Ilio i 'eioitl d. )'i


thin lin wnas lhes. TTIn Leoan to gain
il .A t(o tlsy ia wIll boy, Jis Ifou saved l'y
lii llir K lillK iy 1 'Ills.
hlliliilI,'. ?ItT.l. KY.-I received thie
fir, Ir-hitl of p lll.l ''iny il(lil d ti rimi
g-1-I I InaIl bihldilur lrutilihl, comtIIptillliR
al,' It kt l p o'fteim dliingi nlght. Nowiv
I ;i-< p wel ; no ain n lit k iUli of bladder,
i 'iit In Imink to go ii, itlo headucho.-
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TWO fleu iI Twiice-A-Wfenek Star, Sr WE AND THBY.
So e e people speak p te edior
D. B. GODWIN, of THI STAR as .a "crank," anid
hditor aindPropritor. others say he can't edit a paper aa
Sit should be done. but we believe
entered April 28, 1903, at Gaine.ville, that all who know us believe we
Fla., assecond-clasg matter, utinder Act of will tell the truth. Eveti those
Congress of March 3, 1879. who claimn'to be our enemies admit
-d,. that they believe we are honest and


Published every Tu'nesday and IR. ,a t
at $1.00 a'year hi advance truthful. We may make mistakes, and lords it over a host of others.
,t o Cens for Six Months, but there are some things that we The hot buiscuits we ate for sup-
2 Cents for Three Months. know, and when we say we know a per or the flashy story we have
thing we mean exactly what we been reading play havoc with our
ADVIaRTISIN, R A'rPS.
Local Readers iN revere type, 5 cents say, and here is one thing we know: thinking .powers. Haven't we

a line for each insertion. We do know that the leading jour- started up in our sleep and nearly
Space for display advertisements priced nals of the State in which so much jumped out of bed with a cry of
on application. has been said about Stockton's un- terror? Of course we have. We
-- -. -- parliamentary language at Punts were scared in our dreams and
Tourists are already beginning to Gorda, have overworked their line thought the house was burning up
look Floridaward. of abuse, and are today very much or some monster of the darkness
afraid that Stockton will be the was after us.
The good roads work has now be- successful Senatorial candidate. Did you ever have a nightmare?
gun in this county in earnest. And the people; are they ignor- You haven't? Well you are an ex-
ant of what is being done, and what ception. Most of us have experi-
The arow Cracker i not for has been done? No; they know enced that terribly creepy sensation


'I,


we? The good, modest little man
becomes a lihero in fights with the
Indians. The maidenly little we-
man becomes a princess or queen


r ,^,


Sheats, by any manner of means, that the papers that sent up such a when some great and horrible
"Restitution to men," says the howl because Stockton called Talia- thing was after us and we couldn't I
Ram's Horn, "is good evidence of ferro a liar at Punta Gorda, have move. We wanted to run, but our
restoration to God." never dared to publish his speech, muscles refused to act. We
but have tried to create the impres- wanted to shout, but we were
Even if there was to be po here- sion in the minds of voters that speechless with terror. No need
after for mankind, it would pay to Stockton went to Punta Gorda and of describing our agony. If you
practice the Christian religion. did nothing but call an opponent a haven't had a nightmare your
liar. The people have seen that mother is to be complimented for
Governor Jennings continues to Punta Gorda speech--those who giving you plain, healthful food
slap Pensacola Democrats in the have not heard it-and they have and keeping wild story books out
face. Jennings is a dead duck. pronounced it an able exposition of of your reach.

There were never two more wrong, and defense of right. What are dreams, anyway? Canll
troublesome candidates in Florida Stockton is gaining ground every any young reader of th,,Ram's
than are Stockton and Barrs. They day, and certain editors are becom- Horn tell us? Don't ask your
are worrying the auti-people poll- iug alarmed. brother who has been to college
ticians mightily. WHY CALL HIM DEMOCRAT? and studied psychology to attempt
the task. He might and he might
When you go to Jacksonville to Governor Jennings has given the the task. He might and lie might
at, When you go to Jacksonville to organsed Democracy of Uscambia not be able to make it clear.
attend the carnival, in November, county another slap in the face. According to our idea dreams
4II' you would better hide your money Recently the treasurer of the are simply a continuation of our
Sin an inside pocket and forget county died, and the county execu- thoughts in the daytime, undirect-
!;' where you hid it. tive committee field a meeting and ed. and largely governed by our
endorsed Ellis Frater, son of 'the
They are now accusing President deceased officer and who had served physical condition. You know
I osevelt of beng a pistol toter. as a deputy in the office, for ap- the brain as a whole is never en-
Why not send Sheriff Fennell out pointment to fill the unexpired tirely asleep. One side or. the
SWhy not send Sheriff enuell outerm. This meeting was held and other is on guqrd and a part of it,
after him and let him have a hear- action taken at the suggestion ofthat par which governs the breath
S ing before Judge Mason? the governor. But the man recom- orn th eat
Smended is evidently not a support- ing, movements of the heart and
The Tampa Morning Tribune er of the governor's candidacy for other organs is always awake.
spoke a parable when it said: the United States Senate, as he has This morning I picked up the
Whatever may be said about ignored the committee's recommen- daily paper and learned that a stu-
2: ".atever may be said bout nation and appointed a-man whose dent had arisen how bed il a
John Stockton, he is evidently wor. name was not mentioned at the dent had arisen be(o iil a
ryiug the Taliaferro press to a great committee meeting, John G. Wesh, sound sleep and walked sixteen
eXteut." chairman of the board of county miles and finally woke up to find
commissioners This must of ne- himself at his home wrapped in the
will be but little criminal cessity array many men against the olanketsin his father's cutter out
t 7 ness before the court next week, governor, and they will embrace i nl te Haow. doyou explain,
except what will be done in an ef- the opportunity which will be a How
-ecp Wawleoforded at the prinlary next year to it? It's c is't it? How
fort to convince certain toughs that get even.-Tampa Daily Times. couhil tills boy go Out of his sleep-
,..Alachua county is dry, and liquor And yet there are a few people ing room aud walk filteeni miles
Va1 .i*itt not be sold in it. who persist in calling Jennings a without knowing it? Von say he

An efforthas been made to se- Democrat. Why should we call is a solnmnbulibt. That is ia big
cure An efdictforents against memad bears him a Democrat? word but it simply uletri,, ouc wiho
.'w cure indictments against members is, in h s t i, partly
of the Wilmingtonu Del., mob by STETSON UNIVERSITV.
explained when it is known that
i. which a negro was burned at the Reports from DeLand are to the this particular boy had been .sick,
stake for the horrible murder of a effect that Stetson University is but there are similar instances hap-
young white girl, but the jury re- now entering upon what it is be- peuing nearly every day some-
fused to prosecute. lived will be the most 'successful where and few of them could be

We are glad to know that the bein its history. Dean arris explained by previous sickness.
friends of judge R. F. Taylor wthe will be in charge of the school ti- Some can walk on narrow precipi-
agfriEnds of Judgeh sR F. Taylor wltil a successor to Dr. Forbties, re- ces where .t would be impossible
,again present his name to succeed signed, is elected. for them to escape alive be if they at-
himself as Justice of 'the Supreme snda early Iour Tuesda morn- for them to escape alive if they at- I
Court of loras justice of 'thJude Talopreme At a early hour Tuesday uorn- tempted such a feat awake.-O. B.
Court of Florida. Judge Taylor iug fire was discovered well tinder oyful, in the ams Horn
S has made a competent judge and way with the destruction of Con- joyful- i te Hor-
his friends predict that he will be rad. Hall, and notwithstanding the The Volusia County Record
1, elected by an overwhelming vote. firemen did all in their power to punctures a current delusion in the

check*the flames, the building was Following manner: "According to
THu STAR to FloJida editors: soo reducedto ashes. Fears were r. Stockton, every paper not sup-
Keep your collars buttoned, boys; eutertaed for other buildings, but porting him is subsidized by hisop-
don't get too warm, and don't cool entertaine d for other buildings, but ponents. There are nearly 150
don't get too war, d don't cool hard work saved them. pipers in the State, and the Tampa
oe too suddenly b I on't get .ad Conrad Hall was a frame build. Herald and Levy County Times s
because the etren will not be- ing to accommodate about thirty are the only ones supporting Mr. t
lieve all you say, for you know students. It cost about $4,000, and Stockton. "-Times-Union. .
you would have a poor opinion of was insured for $2,000. It will The Record knows the above tohe
then if they should believe even was isured for $2,000. it wibe false, but then the bigger the c
half what ould believe eveay. probably be rebuilt as soon as pos. lie the better the subsidized Times.-
l w sible. Union likes it. "Punctures a cur-
"The suggestion of Tom John- "Words of encouragement come Ties-Democn, is rat. ric- y
S son," says an exchange, "with from Titusville in the matter of Of course the Record and the
Judge Parker for Presidental can- school consolidation," says the Times-Uuion both know the above
didate, is about as if you should AVest Palm Beach Tropical Sun. to be absolutely false, and the read.
suggest oIl and water as a goode "The last issue of the Advocate ing public also knows it to be false,
m mixture, or Ben Tillman for Presi-\ says: 'Whatever may be said for and it is this knowledge that is
dent ahd Booker T. Washington or against the consolidation of turning the people from Taliaferro
for Vice-President, with the cam.- schools, it is a self-evident fact that to Stockton.
paign cry,-D-n the nigger' it is working to perfection in Titus- The trial of James H. Tillan

SSome persons are uneasy about first of this week, the murderer of Editor Gonzales of
what the grand ijry will ask them our children, living a half dozen Columbia, S. C., is going on at
next week. The best way out of it blocks from the school house, from Lexington, S. C., and the last few

." ounty first went dry we tried to Minis and LaGrange reached the tion of some damaging testimony
,,f warn tose persons, but they would Tit uileHg o on t and against the prisoner. It is thought
not heed our warning. M aany of Letwerle ht heoo wr k that two weeks may be consumed

the blind tiger patronize are od in the trial of the case, and even if
known-it is known who they have all rte Tillman escapes the gallows, or the
i bought liquor from-and tow they "Hon. James E. Broome is de-penitentiary for life, he and his
4| must tell it or perjure themselves, veloping a considerable strength friends will probably be financially
| for the position of Secretary of "busted." Tillman doubtless
S The execution yesterday at State," says the Florida Crescent. wishes he had not murdered an ed-
C Iton, N. Y., of three hrothers- "He has a hostof friends in all sec- itor for telling the truth.
Willis, Burton ad Frederick Van tions who are anxious to honor him "A storekeeper not a great way
Influence rWe w obecame. under the for his personal worth and political from Orlando, in attepting to


. ..e two influences. He comes of a family move a barrel of linseed oil the
Sago and went to th e of of talented men, his father was other day, broke off the faucet,"
their aged uncle amnd shot him to Governor of the State, and left be. says the Sentinel Reporter, "and
death, umpst have been an awful hind him as a heritage, one of the was compelled to hold his hand
might, but.by the circumstances we finest and most creditable records' over the bung-hole for three.
S are reminded that men can not ever made by a chief executive quarters of a hour before a cus-
"' -lriers ceirelloW Men at ill and Mr. Broom hs a lare er l tomer came in and assisted him.
eScaPe puhap lment in New acquaintance, and d se reOr eer 8 ad edtota e bee a
ph... othqr public srvant. He wes fo" SevVmI dverte theeustmer Wo
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of his cruelty she has condoned, but
now, after eight years, she says she
is able to no longer stand it, and
her only refuge is divorce. She
says her husband makes $100 a
month, and from this she asks the
court to award her temporary and
permanent alimony.
Allen is a familiar figure inlSa-
vannah. He is one of the best
known duck hunters in the South,
his efforts always being attended by
success.
HOLMES COUNTY DRY.
Holmes county went dry by a
large majority Wednesday of this
week. Westville gave a dry ma-
jority of thirty-three, Ponce de
Leon's dry majority was sixty, and
Bonifay went dry by a majority
of twenty-three. The dry majority
iu the county is very large. Few
weeks pass now during which no
county in Florida goes dry. The
liquor traffic in Florida is getting
rewarded for some of the crimes it
has committed. We wish every sa-
loon man would open his eyes and
see the hand writing on the wall;
we wish every one of them would
quit kicking against fate and go
into some honorable business, but
if they will not do this then they
must take what comes their way.
We wish no man ill, but the sa-
loon business is thoroughly disrep-
utable and dishonorable, and we
are rejoiced to hear its dying
groans in Florida.
Success: All along life's path-
way, we see people sidetracked,
wavering vacillating, who waited
until their opportunities had gone
by, until the tide had receded, until
the neck of time was beyond their
reach. There is nothing else which
will so energize and brace up all
the faculties as a habit of quick,
energetic decision, and prompt ac-
tion.

"Some years ago," said Mr.
Moody at one of his meetings, "I
saw what is called a sensitive plant.
I happened to breathe on it, and
suddenly it dropped its head; I
touched it, and it withered away.
Humility is as sensitive as that; it
cannot safely be brought out on
exhibition."
Circuit court will convene in
Gainesville next week.


We'll Show You
Some very pretty frames if you'll only
come in and give is a chance.
We like to show our line of frames.
molding and pictures. We like to make
art frames to match your art pictures.
We would Like to enlarge your picture in
any size and grade from a crayon to an
oil.
Our stock offers the best you could
have. W. P. GARRaTT ART Co.,
Studios II and 12, Miller Law Exchange,
Gainesville, Fla.

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be conducted by a President, Vice Iresi-
dent, General Manager and Secretary and
Treasurer, and a Board of Directors to
consist of three members, and such other
olllcers as may be created and appointed
by the Board of Directors, or stock liol-
ers. Thlie business shall be conducted by
J. L. Medlin, President; E. D. Wynn,
Vice-President; I AI. Riles. General
Manager and Secretary and Treasurer,
until there shall have been an election of
officers held by the stockholders, antd ln-
til the same shall have been duly qualified.
The first annual meeting for the election
of stockholders shall be on the 5thl day of
January, A. D. 1904 and on the First
Tuesday of January of each year there-
after, unless changed by the I aw, of the
corporation.
VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness or
liability to which the said corporation can
at any time subject itself, shall be Ten
Thousand (sro,ooo.oo) Dollars.
VII.
The names anid residences o"f the sub-
scribers to this proposed charter are:
N. G. Wade, Moutbrook, Fla., 25
shares.
E. D. Wynn. Gainesville, Fla., 25
shl ares.
I. M. Riles, Gainesville, Fla., 2 5 shares.
J. L. Medlin, Albion Fla 25 shares
State of Florida,
Alachua Countv.
Personally caine before me I. M. Riles
and Ed Wynn, each of whomn being to
mei well known, severally acknowledged
that they each signed the above and fore-
going proposed Charter in the manner
and for the uses and purposes as therein
set forth and contained.
Taken and ackrpwledged -before me on
this roth clay of August. A. D. 1903.
[SEAL.] E. E. 'Vovr.,
Notary P'ublic State of Florida at
Large. My commission expires Novem-
her 9, 19o3.
State of Florida,
Levy. County.
Personally came before me J. L. Mited-
lin, to me well known, who acknowl-
edged that he signed the above and fore-
going proposed Charter in the manner
and for the uses and purposes as therein
set forth and contained.
Taken and acknowledged before rme
on this 27th day of August, A. D. 1903.
SEALAL] BARNEY R. COLSON,
Notary Public State of Florida at Large.
My commission expires March 23, r907.
State of Florida,
Levy County. J
Personally cane before nme N. G. Wade.
to me wefl known, who acknowledged
that he signed the above and foregoing
proposed Charter in the manner and for
the uses and purposes as therein set forth
and contained
Taken and acknowledged before ie on
this 17th day of August, A. D. 1903.
[SEAL.] FRANK. E. CRAWVEORD,
Notary Public State at Large. Cona-
mission expires September 1o, 19o6.

SHeIRIFF'S SALE.
Under and by virtue of an execution is-
sued out of the Circuit Court of Florida,
Fifth Judicial Circuit in and for Alachua
county, on the 24th day of March, A. D.
1903, in favor of W. A. Dunagan and
against R. D. Middleton, I, L. W. Fen-
nell, as Sheriff of said county and State,
have levied upon as the property of the
said R. D. Middleton, and will sell at
public outcry, before the court house
door, in the city of Gainesville, Alachua
county, Florida, on Monday, the 5th day
of October, A. D. 1903, between the legal
hours of sale, all that certain lot, piece or
parcel of land, situated, lying and being
in the County of Alachua, State of Flor-
ida. particularly known and described as
follows, to-wit: Lot four (4), block one
hundred and forty-eight (148); in Gibbs
Addition to the town of High Springs,
Florida. Together with all and singular
the herelitamments and appertenances to
the same. belonging or in any wise apper.
training.
Said property to be sold as the proper.
ty of the said R. D. Middleton to pay
said execution and costs.
L. W. FENNELL,
Sheriff of Alachua Co. Fla.
C. MATHSWsN,
Plaintiff's Attorney.

EXBCUTOR'S SALQ.
Under and by virtue of the authority
vested in me as Ixecutor of the last will
and testament of Arthur Miles. deceased,
I will sell at public outcry, before the
court house door, in the city of Gaines-
ville, Alachua county, Florida, on Tues-
day, the 29th day of October, A. D. 19o3.
for cash, to the highest and beat bidder,
between the legal hours of sale, all that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land, situ.
ased, lying and being in the county of
Alachua, State of Florida, particularly
known and described as follows, to-wit:
South half of Lot a, south-east J( of
south-west % of Section 27, Township 9,
Range iS. Together with all and singu-
lar the tenements, hereditaments and ap-
pertenances to the same, belonging or jn
any wise appertaining.
a i RISTOPHEiR M ATHESON,
Executor.

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Highest price paid fo0 ea I0land 0otto0

In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.

Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers.

made' by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.




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THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY, I
Galnesvllle, Florida.
The question of title a first consideration for the investor.
SAhetraC nf Tialp To any piece of land in Alachua County innli- in
/ U L/UIft Ul /IlCU furnished on ApplictUioUl
TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. All bushlyess given prompt and careful
A Attention.
B. R. COLSON, Manager.









Schedule Effective June 28, 1903.


27 I 31 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION.


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Ar Camden . .. 7 40p 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 05
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Ar Wilmington . . 12 osp Ar Mobile . . a 55a
Ar Southern Pines 9 m8p 9 36a Ar New Orleans . 7 2
Ar Raleigh ... .. 53p 10 45a Lv Jaclrnville . . 8 op
Ar Portsmouth 8 ooa 5 35P Ar fMacon ........ 3 40a
Ar Richmond. Va 6 358 3 p Atlanta . . 7 506
Ar Washington To ioa 8 3op Chattanooga . . 2 05
Ar Baltimore ...... 11 a25a n 25 Nashville . . .. 9 20
Ar Philadelphia 36p 2 5on St Louis . . 7 30a
Ar NewYVork .... 4 5P 6 3o Chicago . . 9 1i5a
Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 3r, except Satur-
days, from Uaineaville.
Train No. 34, 'Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Waanington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pullman slepers between Jack-
sonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
miediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Kpy West and Havana.-Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursday i i p. in.
A. 0. iMAcDONELL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C. COIBI, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.




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PROhISBOD TO REFORM, "ARTICLes oP oINRPORAroIN. 1+*.*.
25. Notice in hereby given lihat on the 24th -
Proum the Morning News, Sept. day of. October, A. D., 1903 th. uu'ller- F-
"In the middle of June,)ast past, signed will apply to His excellency, W. .
n i...l th yor 8. Jennnga, Governor of the Stale of .L 4
e voluntarily went wit your pe Plorida, or Letters Patent, upon the 4 +
itiquner tothe home of Rev. Robb Charter proposed below.
Vhite, rector of Christ.Church,and This 21..t day of September, A.D. 1903.1
poli his bended knees, by your E. D. W NN, sd s n vw to l. I. M. liijr, DA
etitioner's side, solemnly vowed to I bl. R DA
-efokm his conduct and abstain orI N. G. WALDR, o o
fom his conduct and abstain Arici.Hs OF INCORPORATION OF IH" 11 1
rom drink, but instead of catrying rAINmSVII.I, PLANINO ANDl (

asion, he has continued to drink, I. all
t hi p. The name of this corporation sl.tl 1se l ocl c e 1_-
nd has steadily grown worse, and The Gainesville Plating and Coffsin 4 l 1i n
s even now, and las for several Company," and is principalplace of bus- 4' II U U .
.tr s e iness shall be Gainesville, Florinda. .4" AAKiAn s J F .
lays, beeu on a terrible spree." I
These are some of the allegations The general nature of the business to Try
nade by Mrs. Lucie Allen in a pe- be transacted by saidcouroration shalll) e l
the manufacture and sale of coffins and g l *
ition for divorce against her hus- lumber, and the operation of a planning
band, Ward Allen, which was filled mill, and such other business as pertains 4."
in the Superior Court yesterday. thereto. 1 114 (WP ll f
The pair were married eight years The amount of the capital stock autho- -.
ago. During almost the entire time, rized by this corporation shall be Twenty 4
Sa s, he hs b i a Thousand (i2o,ooo.oo) Dollars: the nnin- -44 41 4'
she alleges, be has been in a state her of shares being two hundred: par Ilf
of inebriety. When in a state of value of each share One Hundred l)ol-4 0UU. -
lars ($ioo.oo) Ten Thousand Dollars X le s4y-
intoxication his constant practice (o,ooo oo) of the stock shall be sub--- X
was to curse and abuse aer, tear up scribed for and issued at once nd paid in ll PHON 43 1
,a i cash or other Dropertv. All stock shall '
the crockery and furniture, and be full paid up when issued, anmid shall be +
otherwise maltreat her, at the same non-assessible. 1
time cursing foully and at the top The ter for which said corporation (,* -9* f
of his voice, shall exist shall be ninety-nine ears.
Many of his shortcomings she v.
mavs she haa noverlnnroke, and muchi The business of said corporation lshall


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