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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 13, 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 )
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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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AINESYVILLE


STAR


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SUDDEN DEATH


OFJ. A. AMMONS


1Dro0pped Dead at the Enirance to
Brown House Yesterdaiy.


.HE NEVER UTTERED A WORD.


Appeared as Well as Usual to
MoM:nlit of Death-Funeral
This Afternoon.
The people ofGainesville were shocked
yesterday by the suddeii death ait 12 :.31 p.
rn., of Col. John Argrove Atitnoiis, oiue
of Gainesvilhl'.s most highly respected
citizens iand popular lawyers.
SCol. Antilons seemed to Le its well as
ltiual, and had been busy at work in his
oice. during .the foreaiooln. [t is sup-
posed that -he ientl to the A. C. I,. pas-
senger-depot-witllin a few yards of the
Brown-House-to meet a client whlitin lie
expected to arrive on the iillcoi tiil t ,11,11.
which arrived just as lih v' .1, it:CILi
dead, for when lie fell sonic Iklel'1 |..,lii.i
fell from his coat pocket.
Several persons about lic h..tl hai
him standing ou the pive'imevit tl.r
in front, and within five or .ic .-:lt ,of
the mairr entrance to the li-tel. I I
seetfied perfectly well, but as lie stir.iel
to walk Into the hotel lie fell full letig.lih
on his baich, with such force that several
gentlemen almost a block away heard I the
sound caused by the fall. Wheltn ih-.
nearest Lini reached tilhe spot thtii-'e in.i
no sign -of life. Dr. llainision il..1ig-,-
Dr. N. D. Phillip, his father-ii-I.la na, lI
other physicians were soon at his .ole,-
hit they could do nothing- life .ist c,-
tinct. The body was taken oe ithl- \lit-
. umons' residence where it is, prrptii,,l
for burial.
Jorhn Argrove Atutinioi- wa;i-1 l.tin ill
Hldorado, Arkansas, forty-one ye.ir it->
lie was the only son cf Mr Jr,lii Ar-
grove Ammons, Sr., aiiil '.. Ai ili Lt 11ik-
Leod Aminions, and was a .1Cic tOl iii, "I
the celebrated Mcl.eod Clatn of S,.-il:
Three sisters survive himi. "'1li ie
Mrs. R. J. Walker anil Mrs ,',,wluii
of Louisiana, and Mrs. W. MI1 l il-
dicli of Morrellton, Ark lie co-.in to
Galaesville, Pla., inl 1S5, an I .11 Jan
21, '189.1, he was united in iiiarri, v .
4liss Annie Catharine I'l llip.., .1 >iijot-r
of Dr. and Mrs. N. D P'hillip,, ,i lii,
city; He had been etlgage. Il itiI: I it .-
lice of law in this city ahliiit a .1 /. n ii
years, and was for several year- a Iii |i 1
oftAttorney W. W H\ninipto iif tli li, '1
Besides those already ntieliti' i.l llit
dceased leaves to utournii s I.- I. ll
pFqssaig awqy l grief strilkeli ,i- .il
two children. The chihldrelii iti.- .Iair.1h
ter, Mary, aged twelve y'tir., .in.l -. 1
Phillips, aged ten years
Deceased was a faithful iiinhli' i .i tle
Episcopal church, mnd -l f Mi. \ lliio
LIodge, No. 20, K. of P. Ih.' I ,, I -:.. -
ted husband, an affectioiiate fathlic .1 kiliil
and obliging neighbor Liu, ti.- itt-ii'l
lie was a polished gentleniam and lot. al. ho
had iL kind word anl pleasant -iilte f, r
all with whom lie came in contains, inst tll
the midst of life he was in datlih MaN
lie who tempers the cold win-il ."to the
shorn lambs comfoit the berc'ac'll v,' h...%
and care for the heart-broken orpiiltins l-
the wish of THEU STAR-, and n lhi.st of
other friends of the deceased.
The funeral services will bIe lielI ui liI
Ipisbopal church, Rev. Jolin I;a.y ill-i
citing' this afternoon at 3 o't:lot.k, al',tr
which the interment will ibe in 1.vve. g-n ii
Cemetery. The members of the Gniiti,.-
ville Bar Associrtion, of whiki hlie .s in ,L
Itoqored meanher, anidi thIe itmeiibci. it
lis Knighta or Pythia I.oLolge, 1ill it
tend the funeral in bodies. The l'll-
bearers will be E. E. Cnoiiii, l. ChiIStL"
phgr Mathesou, Dr. ;. l.:t.Lig,1e. I 1
Stringfellow, W. B. .Taylor, b. J. Tl'h.m.
as, C...R. LayLon, W. N. Wilson. ll..,-i-
nrary pall-bearers: WV. A. Siricklni.
and Philip Miller.
In 'respect to the uienloly olf tl.i -
ce4ased Judge Wills, when court culnvt'll!
eastprday afternoon, appoinlteil AlttonieCys'
J. '. Rivers, R. t.. Davis and It. ..
Thxasher, to draft resoltlioius on its
death, and then adjourned coout utiti1
this morning.


Attention K. of P.
The tiembera of Mt. Veron rl.igt,
No. ao,-. of P., are hereby inot '"e.1 to
iqeet at Castle Ilall Tuesday. Oct. it, ;at
2:15 p. m:, to pay the last tribute of re.-
pect to our deceased brother, J. A. Ami-
mons.
By order of
R. T. SciIAFbE't, C-. C.
Attest:
J.A. DAWSON,-K. of R..& S.

Marion Will U(o Dry.
Mr, I. W. Jackson, the setig
luamhlae imai, returned Saturday eveUinug
from a t#tp all through -Marion county.
He rpoted business good in his line,
atitditahsppitLossl that the 'dry wave"


dry. I *i iot spire how it would be in
Oa t I lqetion ton the liquor


gamaA U 10-4


PARTRIDOES.
No Quail In This Country--Authorl-
ties Ulven.
thin- f,;ll, inig from the Savanniiah
N %w', ill Iw. .t' iiiterest to some of our
li-.'l, ip .: S, iitiU 'Attention has been
called before to a strange misuse of
wvds which liis crept into onr Southeru
speech si ie the Civil War. This is the
h'ItbiL we have fallen into of ctillng part-
rilges i'quail.' No one in the South,
a', least no edalttaLed person, ever called
a pIttriile (uail before the woar. The
miisiotner was imported from the North
after the Civil \Var, a;in, is a part of the
legacy which wa.s left ill the South by
the iniflux of Nortlicie visitlos of all sorts
dihritig the first few years after the close
of the wart Strange to say, tmany of our
people showed a disposition to imitate
the liahits of the North after the war,
including iaccu'iiracies of speech.
It would seein that the standard dic-
tioaauies, especially the Ceintutry, woultl
ha\ve suitic.eil to show that' partridge was
the correct name of the game bird allud-
edl to. The matter has been taken tip by
the (hi itlhologieal Utnion of the United
States anil it has, after examination, de-
il.l lii tif t l ItP W hitel which we all
kil,,.. ... ll, i, partrilge, llndl that
..t'! i L Il i- ai ,llt 1 r. r lt l.hiiIl. In the Cen
iti Ij.i i. I oii '-,1i 1 iK ulier of thle pi esent
'.t. Ii i '. m u i lt. r.Al ig anld instrui t.
it IIlI..l t. M i. light W liintling-
1-,i, it itli I, l. I liel Sports of Today.'
I, '- iiiiiiin -n iin ujinii tl'c various garime
ln f iiL-11 dillirLit States, lie Iises this
\i, -'.iii i.'e S, il ptiltrllge should.
of ,-'iuri'e, lie iis-. iusteail of qunil in allt
g l. It\-,. -iUc there alc no quail ill
North A\i.: i'.1i, .1 Liloivietion, untelr the
i ilih. 1I.'., \\uiil Il liirillly possible.'
"1 'I, l li, -t nii e niaulde the satne is-
.il:-' tl il L '-.iin ,.l IIi i .corgia laws have
lr_ .t. <- 111 1,1- .l.i ',lilledl the bird
" illh Thlie l-t .,i t p1:i-.sel Iiy our L.eg-
-l uiiii. ,11i i lie -.,lj.jt.- t, however, uses
ill i l i r-, Il1.1[i 111 ,1 prIlosectllion now


111v 1 11 % I ,: ,lwa h." tu b get the
uuu- i. ili' l \, .il il. "

i.All) 1O RESt
I funeral and Burial oif tlri
\\ lnberl., ,aturday


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-,,l i ,, I i l l.l', ,- rIhi eil Ihe.
r u.i- ,- l.t ili. i i t ir 'll e r till l
r' i, u,,, l hi h t. l ul r i l ritur i .fr
r t,, h t I, ,I| ,< Il i,' no n l l Isr.lth -
et

Dlied in South Carolina.
\, \.~ il ,'I.ilhi-oli,r whoi resiile ill
I 1',lii 1, 1 1il 1 il1.11 (-.,rir 1 ago -- inihi I lilt-
litil-, -but lior ii .i.v y,-.r. ui residential of
.imerts' lill -. Elit-', l ai lihun honm c in
.i,,l i,, ,,, .Snili i.t. 1 (l WRa
1 ,i. l ,lu' l i r t lie Ile llthi before hiia
rt.i-lili.t iin liis ii,' wele iiw.,ie of it,
hii l Ihl s..I ,.'t I ls u .ighit sorrow to tlhe
li,. ,-. .- ti i-e f .li(it \e illes Iaest citi-
Ili-i t, ,lli |,-' ple of I .ii eisville m ay
witi iin. mi-itr ithe ,lece.iMe.I, hit mnanvy of
th.' lml ir niim-. % ill r<-uieimlenl r him as one
il th l l istl r. i-hltri-' n, l this city.
\i tln iunie il In-Il -. rilh hlie was seveii-
t I .ii ii \,'-ar. oil, anid l-suides imianiy
rEla- isi .i 1, I 1 iCinl s ill Southi
( ii, ,,ali, he rl' vei to) inmonirn his death
.1. I I ithiesoln, W. '. C. Matheon and
I ,r lti'n Mathic-ot, Irothers, andth Mrs.
M. \ l:ui.ii, -t -isti r, all of this city.
Mr,- K. R Yoing of (cala, lFla., Mrs.
:i t.'i k f ],iu k',ii ille, li:la ani Ml rs.
tli nicli ,.1 :-.intl. i e, New Mex., also

ihlIe ici.c.l -,ne lhaive thesyimpatthy
ofl TIn l.tr., snil other friends in Gaines-
\;li-

Young (Jrilfin Killed.
a\ ,aileath occurred at Cummnlne.-s
log camitp near ltaile, lit Lhis county yes-
ter Iyv afterliooll. Vo0iitg WilliaIm 'Grif-
-liii, s.ii ', Mr J. 1. Crilfin, a prominent
Ci aieitn 1tui p1laitlr itof Joniesville, went Lo
I the canlilp, it is aidl to secure employ.
iiluiein, ;alil while oi ni ie of thu saliders at
tlie caUlp lie i%%s knocked oil by some of
thue machinery andr instantly killed.
The young inan'.s brother, James Giif-
It., who itsa stiWdent illn Ist Florida
S-enuinarv, thi city. received the ead
news ly wi-Ire yesterday, and it was he
who conveyed tile saild message to thei
father, Mr. j. f. iGriffti. who chanced to.
he in (ainiesville on business at the time.
The uews was a sad blow to father and
son, and loth departed for their home at
To the bereaved ones The Star, with
other friends, extend sympathy.

For Sheriff.
To the \'otera of Alachua County:
I hereby Announce nself a candidate
for the aice of Sbhfft, ,u Ctitot
actionO f Ltheaz Ds't^iO 0Isa
tl ,*ttlha bV..!
a&f- 1 1 It


CIR UIET C URT Advertised Letters. .
l.i-t T'A it uclaina el letters in the po.sl-
C IiRU I ice (;i .ilesville Fih.. for the week
i m < 'ie'r i" t"- i "E, '.1903 Persons ',-alliig
oC Ni W Eii~.~titum l .t.a ol ti-L i ed i give
SH OW W EE itl, tlnev ( 'int is iliiroi d 'll leller.


Not Mucl IBusinhless Tranisactted
Saturday aild Mondlay.


ADJOURNED TO HONOR DEAD)


Several Cases Set For Future
Days-Will Convene Aiain
This Moridifg.
'l:llAVY't; SIS SoN.
Court convened at 8:3Ii o'clock, 1.11 i
Honor Judge Wills presiding.
The case of the Albion Mining and
Manufacturing CoUopany vs. Riley &,
Willird, ejectiilteit, which had oceupieid
thie attentioin of the court for is part of
three days was concluded ir the after-
noon, and the jury rendered a verdict int
favor of the plaintiff, but grutited defend
an ts $132. .7' f ." iill'io 4 len ]tii lhlit'h
Vhey lliaitu lmde n11 tin t roil .'l%
Thlie griatid ljur)y Ciilol il v'tii, ri V \tiLt
trite bills hi the h[ltlo\inl i-sts.-: Aii-
iustlis W\'atels, selling l lpi i ill itl li
county.
(lc-o. N Rogieus, selling ii minor in it ily
cUUui ty.
l li h llirrodl, Nehlling lqiitiu. in .11iy
county.
I,- Iimt, breaking ai, tiL'iineiig ailli
inilent to cominit a iIl s.letnii'H.or.
J udge Wills, ill the preseniie i(,f ,-i k
aiil sheriff drew floiut the hoI the fol
luwing altines of persons ut .cmee t nii lie
petit jury the second week tof ciuri. J.
II. Jobhlsoll, I. i'lglhbli, A:1. ( .
I',lwards, G. II. Gibbolis, C. 11. hluis-
imail, J. 1W. Mc.t'redlie, T. J. Iiveis, J J.
Slihaw, T. K. Godlhey, W. J. Wails, II.
.1. Picket and.1 ,. Osteei.
Colit adjourue. 1 until S.tlintl)y I.itrim
Sitg l at 8 'u o'clock.
SAT'rUtD.\"V'.S ;>..S','I'1N.
'There was ibut little busiilss Liansli't-
eti Saturday, a few crses leing seti for
uilture days during thie term, aiiiil itll ouO
thle court adjouTnedl till Moudaly.
Thle second week of court Iitll sn ily
gotten fairly to business whieni the .nd-
itl-i death of Attorney AumiUons ws n- it
iouinceil, and in respect to Iliht hontiied
neiember of thlie liar the cinirt ailjiune'd
u.itil this morning at S.3o p Iu l.

**ThC HORNIElr S N1i"
Riev L. W. Floor OQuotes Fromn
Rev. C. P. Setzer.
In The I'lorida C'liii'i.iii ,.l\u',it of
i1liii city, fedilc l Rlev I.. \W. Mio.nir,
there lhtpe. retl in the i-su: if Wt. ..., ;r
sieLere but just rtbiiuke ti, HI-v. C. l'. Set -
zer, edlitor of the Ifigh sp'ing- i t llt li
Mir. Seter, niolwithlis l ailing It,' is it lt .il1
Metho-list preacher, set-lims ti ftti, llit
lIr|ttor tlrilTric is iagaim tl pr hiln tioni. toi
sicli ll cete thi t l it. h; uiil lipi lie.d
Several tinllllig ltiil gi\eu -ivc.til cti il itil
expressions that pleaseIs the -,al101 Ill inI
very tuclI, while the MetIllolit Ii ,,tople
have been humiliatedl at lin nmctimis.
After quoting one of those linncigral,.;i
from lEdilor ,?itzer's paper', i hiichl
EIditor Moole consi teire, rsifTficienii to
bring reproach upon the local uiiiniist3
ofthe M. I'h. church, lie followed tlie
article with an appropriate edituriil toio
loing for reproduction here, itnti we give
thle conclusion of it which Is t- fi4 ll %.I
'*Neutrality is had enough, whetlller oll
thle part of either a secular or religious
journal; but whenic a cleIicl cleill'i of it
secular paper breaks .lie shell of lii.- nnii.
Irality long einotugh to write uti a relpra il
again list the great holy of prohibitioni.-st
tllut in licating lii litiliheito peilnt-up
seltilrnelits--he l lhilils n cnai of ntoorial
obliquity too painful to cinteniiplatte.
"At one time DIvid smi l: 'I wais the
sioug of tilie drunkard.' i' nil ithe itfmrm-
ineitioned editlitoriil has hii.ecomie li1e sotig
of several pro-saloon pnipen. They havet
rolled it uilulr their tonKiue iutd i ll their
quills as a sweet Inorsell In the nnuie
of the M. I. Church, South, wt ofTer
our protest."

Johson BrOtliers.
Johnsuon Brothers, who have beeni do-
ing a splendid drug business on the west
side of the square for the last two years,
have secured a more desirable location at
the north-west corner of the square, and
will probably get moved in tomorrow.
This is one of the inosit desirable locations
in the city. It has been occupied for
years by J. J. Williams, as a saloon, but
the large and splendid building has been
thoroughly renovated and re-arrangesd,
and Johnson Brothers, with their large


stock of new drugs and toilet articles,
and their unusual business energy, uay
be expected to do the leading drug busi-
ness in the city.


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A It r ,A '
Alrs. Steii m rutllerv Mrs. Willinin
Kinds, Mrs. L.ula L,!is; Mrs. annie
little, Miss .Mary Owelis, Miss I>iisie
1 Vitt, Miss Anna W.rger.
(GWN'T, lKMKt ImN.
11. A. Iauigher, R. Harry iBubbery,
Adatm hrowtn, W. TI. ltDon, S. C Dick-
ins & Co., J. 11. Evwvqis, IFt; M. (any,
Will Gross, Thontas liHowrll, W. It.
Johnsoit, V. Lnatar, Fraink Mitchell,
Albeit T. Martin, R. H. Tison, N. T.
Rich, Rev. W. J. Sunders, C. K. W\il-
lisollnll, J. J, Wiggins.
G. J. AiRNOW, IP. M.

Goilp. .
"tlasey, the contractor, Is gittin' on
very' pencoble wid hise wife these
datys," romtirked Mr. Rafforty. .,"
"Pellcoble,"' inworod Mr. Dolan. "I
'slihould. say so. They'reo o -peaceablo
thby rlu't- oven sociable."-'W4Vshlugton
Star.
A Cotlly Iluaink.
Withiorhty--I nude thu nilstnko of
ruy lif tlilh iimornilng. I told nty wifel
I ildiin't lik lhor new gown.
1lakilciigtion-What, was sho angry?
Witherby-Oh, no; It wasn't that.
liut she wants another.
Irlit Iiapetltlillum.
Cnroline-DI os Vinttrd expect many
wedt'liihg prersoui?
Miirguiret-.Oh, yes; but she has no
Iden she will reeive'o as many as she
espectm.- Fiansitis City Journal.

HAIR (IkOWUR,
Brooklyn, N V., Ap[ril 21, '99.
Illr. S Ii. ;( hlilligs,
DIler Sii:-Will yuii kiiilly inform mile
Iby return Inrmil if ynii can seitl your 5oc..
Ilottle of lair grower the (inparatleledl
ft'ilc Multrk) inild if so I will senil youi
a piiMtnl nlite for tthe anite. I'lleise inlfofit
inc tlinte mnoiiint of postage if it caui be
nuihled.
Wlheni in lFlorida the winter of 1I97
sitid 'p" I uhed 1 ive bottles of the tweinty-
fit<" celt site ,uhl produced a nice growth
of hilir where it hail been entirely hlald
fii fiflcin years, mind now [ would like to
try it ona- inore if I can get it.
Voters truly.
5i' IHicks St. J. W, IHAVNI'.S.
State uf Filoli in,
Countiv of Aluiina,
Citv uf hihiiesville. j
Icriotnnlly appeared before the sib-
scrihvr, it Notary l ultlic, ill nutd for the
Stnte iof lthlridhi, at large, S. 11., G-ldiigs,
whii Ieinlgl dnlv sworn by nie deposes itudl
s4y1s tluat the il'ove tesl nonilal wan seIut
to lhimi hy until hby J. W.' liavtiCe, a itIant
whom lie l il never seen or learrl of,
;ilso illint lie hadl jil knowledge of tlie
liii ii eve l.avigiiu.iseid or procuired the
'iip 'rnlllleld Ilair Grower, and as far itm
lIi know-s no one hadlil influenceil iiimu to
6-i.nd it, iid that the niun his never ie.
'.it il nythilng for sending it.
Soin tie nlr isullscrilied hiefore ime this
Ithli li of Noivemberil, A. I). ins 2.
S 1t. i(llilolNmis, mr. D.
J MA. RIV.H.,.
N.-t..mi l'uilico foir the State iof Flirida
it lirge

'ITry Iagan't for best icnts. If
T. ('~tnllhey of W\ahlo is here on the
jury.
Iaive yviour clothing cleaned at Owen
I.loydl'sDye Works. July 14, tf
Mayor J. II. 1'rntor of Micanopy was
lhtiiuliiig court here yesterday.
Ilouse for Ieiit,-Furnishaled or tinfurln-
i-lhed at 1303 W. Court St. Apply Star
olTice.
C. I1. Criasilmn of Micennopy, one of the
(E',uinty's best men, is in t he city attend-
ing court as a juror.
t11 d newspapers, suitable for wraipinig
uiripotieH, 15 cts. a hundred or s, lor 5
ct.. nt Tll{ STAR officer.
l..Il'-r Chris Matheson has returned
I'tjiri Mikesville, where lie filed the
1'i cil) terian pulpit Sunday.
If you want, money to buy or lbuil it
hlumiei, 'iay ift' imortgage, or contract for
proltiitle Investmuent see Muyers.
Capt. J. -. Dupuis, one of the county's
nuost pironmineut citih.eu, wan in the city
Saturday from his home at Bland.
Rev. W. J. Carpenter departed yester-
day for P'eriiaindlina, where he went to
aitetnl the prohibition rally last night.
lir. 11. F. Camp, who operates an imn-
iticutie lumber suill at White 3pringas,
wait a business visitor to the city Satur-.

I'rensli mleantls, groceries and vegetables
Cill, seind ilme your orders or phonee for
wl-at you want, J. G. Ilarrol, 'Phone
No. 5.
Luther C. Gracy of Hligh Springs,
who operates a large sawmlll hear
I ague, was a business visitor to the city


saturday,
LOST.-A ladies silk umbrella, prob-
ably left in a store on the square. Finder
please leave at Star office and get suitable
reward. 9G.:t2t
Mr. C. A. Gaset of Bell who is here
attending cottrt was a pleasnt caller at
The Star olfice'slat uight, when he re-
newed his sunbcription to the papir.
Giddings' Hair GroerW dr UP work.
For sale by Dr. a, A .
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Jilt). Miaulls)by, the Camupville brick qP *. 4 ,.0+ .nAt .t. 4 854f 4ff 4ff 4ff 44 j 'i"
tintii l'ctiiiit armid mll-trouud business
'matii and clever genitleitani, was ili the
city' Satinlay. amin paid The Sinr office W e H ave
it Il ie a. iit t c-ll

to be rulet iunt. tlu iti *oime, should t"ise a In Stock, -m(ad are constantly receiv-
w nu Inel l tain Pe .. '. C. ing 'up-tt)-date" Shoes for Men,

TIe iriem wh has.en coti l toi.s room sever-, prices and of the best makes. '' .
al days recently oni account" t of illness, ,t,.
lAre pllCsiij to, srie hlm able to Io nt is I '
place of l sit ess i ni. W e call
FOR SAI,';.' IA i, ,iutiful soda fountt, f
i perfect ishi er,t ai very citsop A' c Particular attention to the Ladies t
ToIe Star or, bminl s-, e tiis fount if "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
Parti's ii tlhe city this Iorning frioln ica" and "Walk Over" -raes.
Alachuta re-ort Mr. Wiallace l'rescott, ioca and "Walk Over grades.
thiit place, who, has 1weei sick with ty-
phioid f.ver for several weeks, not x J. D M atheson,
pectiid to live through -the day. 4
111iiilt ,-lt glass ind brica.-brnac do "0I Iand Leat 848 tPe. 0inm ville, Fi.f .'
woudit' iu matkinig rooim look attratt- p i
Li ve'. \'c ,iti 'liI s\ t tilll linte.of I
glattS I'rv u1 1 \hit6'li iiw \ taste alid aly .- S 'a"
ptlrckt cii hu s-tis.,u-l. i,. O. Sltiirli;. 'mI*I.oM I*.I M ***IHy I~*
M ri. Wi,. 1. l'', llIi i l ilit er'ci14 t u fi ;',
Alachiuta, w\hot cilcl thLre ill aliout tenll i .'-.. -. i .,,,
days ago, is .till quite sick wvitlh thyphloid
lIt il, .11it tih,-limi ,i hiE," i,,,, 4.1 %Illsu- iiuiisI'11uiLtit# .
M i. ali-I Mli I. \, k1.l t s,,4111
blilhlm W\ t It.% t i-ltt1 1 In till 1 ,llI'c-, iii
nll i/c.. noil 1n ll i i, -. S 'E t our l It
hwrfun'pnr ltuiil ii flMic hvrc. l,.t'.,milh #nI '
Wlmk omitu liu IK. e Aetit lhuit lc hi in T A Se
this city is iip ogin s'.ing iiial lly., aud it rill
.OWIt he reindly h imtI i 'Il ally. Initil Iltv 4' i i i i
chirchi is lisfihit"l Ihe ,itne A lv tsl will t', ct a
Linue to holti tlvir fltich services in tTh8
Northi ti .hisville hall. t 'lHIIIS PAPER is published in the inter-
T'o ear l ,oad-4.1 ofthe esi Inl. est and
F nent horses ,andls. il ,-ete I 1t.his1t tio CSL0 o f tlhe Moral, Business and Political In-
hlitiutesville, jilst re'eivel litt Th niiai '
Stable-s,l ai it1ie0,,ii il T.' tcrests of Gainesville, Alachua County a d.-
elnior minutes h ...om catei didatei Florida, and in the financial interests of its
for Serclitaity ol Sltale, opl C le llNed hs n ut-n
paign wiilth short s ,eedi i tcl 01a1Siiinllr- editor and proprietor.
,tcultis a li tce cmciiuhle. s 1rfollows:'- Alr. .1 HOSEB WHO seemed to think when we
llrti tlle ii iit I t I ,itsiiiEK luitt1 lLt tie e t r m o 1 L i' T Y S-
1.-tLk. aill hic a, I. ti It-ci, lfis Ati started more than four months ago that THE S
i,. I STAR appeared in the journalistic sky only
(One i-ar litEld olf ihoit's, atniti oine cM ,
Iaod tcuifules r.tc--i .l hsil,-i.t i uit.k- i t. s lr the purpose of shining on a short temper-
Nlock just, recc'ived aind Ol Oi Mi l i L
Thoums-' livery ain.i sale Staibles. g anice campaign were mistaken.
Mr. W. T. Alr.euido, it pronreinnlt
inelon and cotton grwe'r fioin Alachneii, I 11B STAR is the PEOPLE's paper,
is Ili the ci0Y. u1n alas-s tlie cotton crop *
is very sliuy. I,-s h.m heis recitly reop and will advocate such candidates f9r office
1)eil verom sUhort. lends whernirclplleexre
turned from p.int.s i,, giorgii anl uthi as the editor conscientiously believes are the
Cur. illiit, Simd illn utlli lates lie foluiid
tha cotloi crop sitti,,i. .u other cops people's best friends when principle, experi-
%%e re you ll. good i 1*i .. i *1 1 ,.1
Briii ius your cotton, uI price our ence and ability are all considered, and,,

aloo s. ltf l,, ,o14etter else i Jhi while friendly suggestions are always wel-
Spriigs, Iii. coned, the policy of THE STAR will be con-
Wu: unkitia.il itii ii stit.lmi,,,ii II.nue trolled only by its editor and proprietor.
ie ailVnyinlg ithilt l'v. \,- J 'nirpc i tetli lihis -t
ihai prihaupls Itito l tli ll h In y i oaI er oiie IA
man to do wiut dining i -I Aliuiun 1
coitly by clo )iiig the hii,i.l>iis. Myi l N 1 ou N eed
live Iolig I ud 11 loi litilui hii nl rui ,us ) ij _';'
work, is thle sin eice s. tirt ,f eveiy tl Seal '"
freirykin klim You Need THE STAR. ,
If your hair i.s leconiliig thhin liiy lhl- I'
d i i lgs 1nprirlllacld l liir Gli re r .
a,.d the I'ohfiit' DI",S.. sU",IIIv1i,; IF YOU favor our ideas-political and
s, IsI" -i,,. ,i, t, o,,e L t ollierwise-you will enjoy reading THE
J u n t i tU \ \ l \ V .I ll l iwll t Ih lu f l > I l ^t g o 0to
press thiisinwu g, i ,iw, sct re irchurnitdl tvy ST'AR during the coming campaign which
a visit from thlirer, ,lhi lihuifihd ealll i- 1 i
slaite-Hitons. .lstuues Itriitoiue,. cuh. S to be the greatest ever conducted in F ,,-
niate for Secctsy of Sitte; rtai k Cla k, ida, and if you differ with the editor, on poHt-
c.atn, idate for Cotsgre-ii fai the ,cc'suilw
district, niul Alfred, St. ( I ir .t\rnins. ical or other matters, you should read'the
caudiluitu for Attorney i 'wa i.,nl. 'lhiC. ,
guentlemten will speak froni thi- h paper so that you can know where to hit him- "
stand thls ev tnuig at c.lok. .and how to head him off. 4
Tiurpeltlire, saw mill itii phI sphlitle -
in-ut whiro cerid Ir e, heuvy ,,nin, ,,,,, SENtI) UST ONE DOLLAR and receive
lilt hornet for rl l 1lK or li l Ill ic IT l 3 r
call w io(' sIl. 1'ihtltutii tihihelt.s. Twr-ms car -f f t v o nt hs ." ".,,.4^
loadls jutlt receive aiil, oni Il<-. ()1 IW e V. i
IHolo Jausies E. hInuottie, ithe poriimiliS:
cauishhnte fur Secretary uf liatii, w a- f SI1 A5
Ueetling old nid new frl:inlds in l Iv t Is .
yetera y, ani! is t it Ltodly. Mr l I
llroonle liin Bet 'veil (tailhn l .ouiny in l A"'', '",
tlhe State Metelllit for twelve coii.>e'ultivf,
years. lie wi a, power fr gEKi mooi g & "'" D. E QODWIN Editor
hih people lI Ihose r'contl lructitotn lays oI,''."
which tried i""n's soul". lie is one of i a i
the oldtime r.niratents wlh., still lives, a -iell* VI O I.
and to whom the deniocratic party of .
Iloridhla owes nmiore thaiun it can ever piay ggII%%4'%%4%%JI,% gg \a4\% gg14,% .ag .^
Hlie would mulake sui ilieal Secretary of .. '
State if elected, anil those Iwho are posled ",
believe hlie will be elected. I


TITV.SDAV, (WTOB1111Z 13- 1903-


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IKADO MENACED POTTS FACES A JURY.
S, -- Young Street Car Cdnductor Arraigned
,inety I Rssian Warships are in Court 4t Rome, a., on Charge
l fi Murcderlne Thedford.


Sat Anchor Off Korea, -
The case of the state va. J. D. Potts,
i t .... charged with the murder of Dr. M. A.
A LONGSIDE JAPAN HIPS Thotilford, was called Wednesday morn-
1;"ALONGSIDE JAPA\ N S'HIPS i,,g in the superior court at Rome, O1.
The proEecution took up all 'the
morning and some of the afternoon
}'-RUs Ian Brigades Hivc AI.o Ceen ith thfie evidence of Dr. L. P. Pam-
Mustered on thc Korean Border. montil, who was the attending surgeon
Tragic Denoumeu t i, HL-ui ly wJji.. Thedford died, as well as a wit-
Awated, 0 to Ioe shooting, By him it was
Awaitcd. .siiwn that Thedford was not on ihe
S*r when shot a"t4 that he was shot
Official infoiintlit r'.. .-.I i, I'r l t in iho back while begging potts not to
Ssabhowslve that. a iriiiil,,:.!-," Il -ii iTl himn.
fleet composeid t1 m,' minr *il;, ulf On cross-exomlnation it was shown
C, l Oasses, Ia.- I- r' tV., .\.hil .,,,I that Thedford was in disguise with htis
ias a S 1 t face blackened and his long, flowing
has arrive nr n ., f beard tied back behind his eara.
,' orea, whi-r.- th, ,lI.-ii, ,. IIi. -i had For the defense a great array of wit-
eJroay aarrnii-l. Tlhi 1i1, .1', uliips neses :were surrimoned. Motorman
aanchored within the Ih11:.1,, i l..I hiilr, Fowler, who ran -on the electric car,
the Japallt., -i.il|,. of which Potts was the conductor,
testified that Thedford had threatened
Several trigia i fl I Il p four times to kill Potts and had re-
have ceon mon.I i l 1,,Ii Il-I Ko- quested him fowler) to advise Potts
rean bouinlary, uind ir, i r- l ,." ,,i. ainil-d to either give up his wife or "quit
on the b.rler lii|l,|i.miial ,toI iolta- this country," as he (Thedford) and
Stlins are till pr, tn -itug it Ttjl to. hPotts could not Ilve in the sane coun-
'Those dto not Ilii' lo\ I', il-o on'uitlun ury while Mrs. Potts and her huits-
.,, f Manchuria liy 1 1t.1-,, ntn t b.itiband lived together.
Sbuth to the filt trin- if ltK,i,'J,. Thedford employed Potts; wife be-
T e Patrli, uir.,-i,'a ,t i. It a ii i nal ite she was married In his medicine
dispaLch front In it:.iti -j. l-i .n in mluse. anid after she was married, ho
If tarviaw wlili Al1xni1iilmtl ui aii I-.. lie,' it tempted to call at Ihe Potte hotnme
a.ecrotary of i,'o'<.|.tr, Ml (-,-it .ii.tl-- isnveral linies, btut was denied adnmls-
'dorff. who, it i, c.lain.; i itl c i l InI alon and ordered away. it was after
S:..authority of llis (.9irlf tptii RtisRI- -th is that Potts began to get Iclenrs
'.Jagn.ese rell tiliu .M Ni .i\ il-,.ly is threatening his lire. These letters,
t 0t1oted'as saying: which Potts alleges Thedford wrote,
"Our agents ait 'Jitilo linrv i'rnflrmt.- are tho keys to the whole situation.
.V11 that Japan',I...s u anri nd I |la.e- Thedford denied writing them, but thue
Hlp ared for it. W Bin liberia to rii.mt till .1ital:tnii.o I'ils1 to testify about this point.
,:fo!rcesB" The defense will show that Potts
Reportt 'DI credited. and his. wife were both outraged at
The Japanoes mlnlhlst"r lit I,,.don, Thedford's persistent attentions after
iBaron He ayashi, dlmcrll,. .1ouncement mrtdi Ily 'Th Iiu.ontlon litl- ful means to stop them was resorted
-ly Mall's corresitmni>,lni at Koulh, Ja- to befoTe actual violence. They claim
'.tthat BIaron Fd ios,,n, the Russan that Thedford resented this treatment
Wlrister to Japan, hal priesntlcd a and, besides openly threatening Potts,
i.te to the Japmanese government con- also wrote him the letters in question.
Ad't0dltog that Japnu haud nio rlltut 1tt it They will show that Thedford was In
4.rfere in the qtioullotn ou rif tIm ,'lili- disguiise as a ttegro just before the
.t'jOi' of Manchuria and pirooii. Ing ite shooting and was In auch disgulse,
0?ttlit, onaf Korea betit%,liiH lty"lliu tul amnd apparently approaching Potts,
pat as being "famnslcnl andl tniwor- when shot and killed. The testimony
of f consBldeiation." of Mr. Fowler also showed. that Thed-
,Th)e tiows from KohLb. ithe mtilster ford was seen standing near the car
,i S la about as uunrpel-ilo la ti-.wu track, along which Potts passed, a few
*rolb Shanghal. lie reltterated it at tights before the shooting In this
It .e was- pothliig in the sillmultin li Banme disguise.
'oarea to occasion tineosineost. Thodford was shot by young potts
,'l .have not hoard and I do not hea in the latter part of August, the kill.
-.-Yvef," added the Japamnie mntuliter, lag creating a tremendous sensation
adl t uUl ha IintimatoilI her "ertisal throughout the union, where Thedford
t.t O" Viatue Manitinia anid Ilritt Ehu" 1s Itnownt through hib patent medicitu.
.;'as refused to allow Japnn to inter- After the shooting and before he
I Ieriy with.her occupittion. I s,, milno- died, ThIodford declared that he in-
-;llg In the situation at tilie present imo- tlendet Potts no harm, but was going
att that supports thue I 0tlorti otf a about in disguise to find out what
tirlho attituelo on the- phrlt f rlitie-. threats Potts had made.
tisSla or Japan." The onlire story Is most sensational
The minster adile that ]l lin il ot an11 some points are somewhat ob-
i'o0el9ved a word rpi-rdling ally ron-. iture, t n11ot mysterious.
.iq'a.tatilon of or alarming nimoveoi-ni The evidence at Thursday's session
t the Russian fleot In I tih Lar East. of t1ie court was mostly In letters, ul-
No Evacution Move. lgo to have been written by Dr.
No Evacuation Move. Thediford to Pott's wife. No name Is
Ai, Actording to all Chinese rollorlltr signed to the letters and the defense
,"hi rday, Gectboer 8, thio dantit l.xd fil Is trying to prove the hand-writing tas
ib vacuatfltlo f Pr t m of Amlmu tila bolng Dr. Thodford's. The dying slate-
-the nRusual troop pasid without inent of Dr. Thedtford will not Ib In-
R tussian movemien toward iho iw'ne. trodulced as Vklonce.
untion of Maan:n'uia. in itm man. Pollt made hlls statomont, and -.-
;Jto the Russian-Jalansi. n, goitlir. t in dtall file cause which loil up
&d tionta regarding Kore'a iinll MInIClitu rlt i to |le ](I intg up
w re proceeding ai. T'ilio liI r'wt ii i ho
Japainese cabinet amtil tIih.. ltIi ',tl miml- NOW UP TO UMPIRES.
I ."later, Baron do tmmlii -Thm h Intt ii '
acting under linrt-rt iins'tit-iiitlS Irttt Arguments In Alaskan Boundary Arbl.
,Admiral Alexitff, v-i 'ioty of the I,'ar tration Closen London.
]B ast Th tration Close In London.
eat. T'he argm onndtnls in thle Alaskan bound-
Tlhe respect ks -u-h iry anrlltraulion were finlshod at Lon-
..,, l nes. Russia iualors s iti s ann Ihi liI ,ii n Thm ursday afternoon. Mr. Diekin-
e..jeolons. the ruinur of iitn .Janoti., n conhuuith',ml-d 'with an eloquent pore-
ejton of the lallHynn denied. tt i I rllon. dealing with iho bonds of amity
Socially between the iTnded States nnl Great
j. OChina Is understood ti i wumlitug Britamin .'n
H ori,' the result of .Japan ncigitlliauis The wies and families of he co
-'jtiore fuvautri i of Mnrlh, itl sa for isionirs and of counsel were prcs-


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Beavers Surrenders Some More.
O" George W. V loavvrvi sirri(ntcIri-ld lilMn-
,s4elf at New York Tli r.a Iny l iiti lit i 0
ourth Indict ent m ali in -il t1gallmit
*:J'tm in WVaslingl tni ithtiglti, -n-s-il-
racy to dofrinutil ti i\ in'-tl
.,,' through contracts for thi l piium li; i o
'i ^cancellIng B ma telillie.

.- BATEMAN IS TURNED DOWVJ

2 His Nomination by Grand Jury for
Notary Public Not Connfirmed,
,! The comttrovomiRy l, ,,,\, 'i
ter Venable an'l t \.luii 1 N Iti ..
m ani n, at Atlanfta. <( .. I> r liti. ,,i;,I ,i
notary public aRid x i ,tt lim t ii ,'n-
S thle. pence i-(aln It n siurpi-',im:; "it,. ,.
satlonal. etllin i i ll i Silp .l ,,. ,
1 W ednesday i. IIil.i WI. whlnl .In.; go
19. Lam pliln1 rc-fui...,i fIttin t l,< r:i.-]
Jury's ltum inD l 1 .,1 ,,f i t ,1i11t,1
S T he nt tlnor dll it ,. I, ,I p111 ',I I, i
l"a, ning n. atler fh I n.' i ,, 1 h,1 ,. h i i i
ni, an -was tm lui ,t i., I i
S Oo inteEt for thi n intl ." ,,,i t i ,,
yA paper will.

ATLANTA FAIR GAT- CPEN

Ushered in With Larhert .ei *c"
In History of Asaoliti- -.
i 1' ln the pre F.t'u to Aii ,i .r '
h:,tat has ever i ti-tt.l ,1 ;:iI n q
/. -the fifth annual fl r / In :. *,c ,.
atorstatei Fa r A*souciaill I ,. ,11 ,
Atlanta Wednensday ait nooni
. Nearly 5,000 pepice p sm,.e ilii, ;'i
o tho turnBtilcs during lite aflt-rnootn itl
te1. i lgW t, an "1i l f'-t11 ii ny was an e-i
V^).re ,uCCess.

v-k.~, M EZZLER IN GREAT LUCK.


1... V... v u iSLur, l me A1l]i f om to11
United Staten, thanked thlo British gov-
ornment In tle name of the American
government for Its courtesy. Lordn
Chlef Justice Alverstone paid a tribune
lo Mr. Dickinson, and the session
broke uip.
Tho matter Is now with the tim.-


MOUNTAIN OUT OF MOLE HILL..

Cse of "Shanghaied" Negro Boy
Ralses Muoh -Pus and Feathers.
Moses SmallWood, a colored hoy
from Georgia, who claims to have buten
shanghiaed on board the Rutss-lan bark
Alice In Savannah last July, arrived at
Now York on the Majestic Thursday. A
i customs Inspector was- detailed to
nuttt the ship down the bay and take
Smallwood before the United States
district attorney in New York. who
will see that he sl sent back to Savan-
nali to testify against the two boatr':
Ing house keepers whom he charges
with shanghaing him.
LANDS FOR MRS. MAYBEICK.

Nearly a Millioni Dellars' Worth Have
Been Recovered.
S1autiuel V. Headden, of WashltAlon.
-.11n1 lta1iel S. lnerker, of New York,it
111 lawyers who are attempting to
,--'r ite-arly $1,000,000 worth of Ken-
i-IL. VII-niiin and Alabama lands
Iir Mr. Miayblrilck, the famous English
I ul-it r. tictlnroe that David W. Arm-
rniri- It~h lawyer formerly of .ouils-
vill, Is Ilo won, who maneuvered Mrs
M11ntbitrk's Aimerican estate.
They sity thIa they have nlroadl)
i rc-eoveri'l 27.001i acres In Alahamain


4 itft fgor Sti3aling0 $3.00 i Only ARMY MORTUARY STATISTICS
VhIrty Days I Jail. ------
Thoma Ward. victe t, 1: ",: As Shown in Annual Report of Sur.
L~ntars n l bni al ., ,. geon General R. M. O'Reilly.
, ., v leStt of.$ 900 ,lty to eii.: .,., t An increqee In the death rate for
~ m oeaday tb phy ,, i. il-t the army trom 18.94 per. thousand in
W~ Gtaky1 lllti 0 1901 to 15.49 per 1,000 In 1902 is
It- 1' '" 'i'n 'i ". ', .' i .to. I sbown, in the ans'al report of utrgon
S General R. M. O'Reilly *P' the aeal
vhiA%. "W467So.
IL Pik!v:~mziYa


HOW TRUSTS WORK


Plans by Which MillionsWere

Gobbled Op is Exposed.


STARTLING FACTS GIVEN


Dresser Explains How Morgan and
Schwab Filled Ppckets and Then
Allowed a Big Combine to
Go to the Wall.

One of the most interesting state.
ments in connection with the forma-
ion of the Ill-fated United States Ship
Building Company, told uy LeRoy
Dresser, In loeal proceedings at New
York Wednesday, waB that after a pool
of 200,000 preferred and 250,000 com-
mon atock had been placed In the
hands of Harris. Gates & Co., it was
agreed that none of this stock should
be marketed until 25,000 preferred
and 25,000 common owned by J. P.
Morgan & Co., and 75,000, each kind,
owned by C. M. Bchwab, had first been
sold.
Mr. Dresser told c;so of his original
agreement as president of the Trust
Company of the Rcpuhlic, to obtain
the underwriting of $3,000,000 of Uni-
ted States Ship Building Company
stock; how this was Increased to $4,-
750,001) by the failure of the French
subscriber's to pay up; how Mr.
Schwab came to offer his Bethlehem
works to the ship building company,
and how J. P. Morgan & Co. then came
Into Lhe transaction.
Mr. Dresser, who took the stand at
the opening of the hearing, testified
that he had no written statement as to
the values of the plants of the compa-

ny of which he undertook the tinder-
writing, but that Lewis Nixon and
John W. Young hlad made oral repre-
sentations.
The Mercantile Trust Company; hoi
was told by Colonel McCook, securedi
the underwriting principally in 1'rance.
The purchase of the Boethlehemi
BSteel Works for the ship building coinm-
pany was then tdisissed, Mr. Dresser
'itating thp.t the overtures for the sale
of the steel company had beon made
by Charles M. Schwab, who said he
owned nearly all the stock of the Beth-
lehem Steel Company and that be-
cause tf Its armor-making capacity, lie
believed the company would do better
with the ship building company than
with the United States Steel Corpora-
tion.
Mr. Schwab, according to Mr. Dres-
ser, said he wanted $.1,000,000 cash for
his stock, and submitted reports which
showed Ihat it cost him more than
$7,000,000 and was earning $1.450,00Cl
a yepr.
"We told him We could not trade on
a cash basis," said Mr. Dresser, "be-
cause we had no cash, and he said lie
would take $10,000,000' In bond's at
90 for the $9,000,000."'
This was agreeul to. the arrange-
ment. also providing that he was to ren
celve with the bonils a stock- bonus of
9,.000,000 each of -the common andu
rreferrei stock of the United States
Ship Bullding Company, Mr. Schwat
stating that $2,000,000 of the stock was
to go to J. P. Morgan & Co.
For the stock of the Boethlehem
Company, Mr. Diresr said, there was
really given $10,00o,000 In bends, $9,.
000,000 In common stock annd $9,000,-
000 In preferred stock. There was
some talk of pooling the stock of the
ship building company, lie sail. Mr.
Schwal) Insisting that all the stock lhe
held until his and Mr. Morgan's had
been put on lite market.

FREE, BUT PENNILESS.

So Wall. Judge Randolph to His
Friends In Alabama.
Judge Frantciis Randotlph, recently re-
leased from prison In Colombia, af-
ter being condemned to death for an
alleged murder, has semlt a cablegram
to friends In Montgomnery, Ala., as fol-
lows:
"iree, o nl dnleslitute. calile mne mon-
ey. I can draw on lark banlk, New
York."
About $50iO was at once raised atnd
he was pronmplly crb'rti of tIlie fact.
Randolph la t'xperied to ruturni to
Montgomery, when, It is elelovod, all
cases pondlinig against him for embaz-
alement, will not be p-reased

KANSAS SWEPT BY TORNADO.

Only Three Fatalities Reported, But
Damage Done Is Enormous.


Three parsones kil' onurlgil. Iwno
fatally injured and foutri cii other
more or less seriously hurl, with ienor-
mouis property loss. Is lito n I r-esuilt
tof tornadoes that prevaldi near Ilin-.
Ilton, (reenwoodl toinly, and near.i
Alcevlill, C.'offl r counly. Kana, Tiues-
day night. The tuwn of Allmuvill,
which lias 200 inhiablants, was prac-
tically dt rlioliuihed. Wires wor- pros.
treated and the extent of the lormn was
not learned unill late 11 ednaday. Tihe
lista of cnu-itallies may yet be luconu-
plete.

ONLY SECOND-DEGREE MURDER.

Is Asked by Solicitor in the Trial of
Haywood at Raleigh.
Tho evdv ince lu ite trial orf Ilay-
wood for the namurder of Skinn:r Wuns
concluded al Rlpeigh, N. C., 'thiusraly,
The Judge asked the prosiciutlng
solicitor If hoe would ask for a terdlct
of murder in the first iLdgree, to
which the solicitor replied:
"No, we will oily ask for a verdict
of murder in the se.-cond degree."

FOOTBALL A "SOCIAL" GAME.


For that Reason the Color Line is


Drawn, by an Indiana Team.
Manager Eller, of the- Wabhsh foct-
tall team. at Crawfordville, Ind., has
received a letter from H. T. Watsoh,
manager of the Rose Polytechnic
League, stating that they consalder
football a aoclal game and t8a matter
of principle would not play it dr~na,
t colored playeS. Was aliad-M t I'
Th 1^'11' *^ !


POSE NORMAL SCHOOL.

Southern Superintenden4s of Educa-
tion Want Peabody Education
Fund to Remain Intact.

A resolution of protest against using
the Peabody education fund for the
establishment of a great southern nor-
mal school was adopted Wednesday by
the superintendent of education of
six leading southern states who 'Tact
in Atlanta.
This resolution had already bean
signed by the superintendents of elov-
en southern states, buf was readopted
by those who gathered In Atlan!.':, a'l
of whom had previously signed it. The
consideration of such a resolution was
not a part of the purpose of the con-
vention, but was taken up incidentally
on account of the meeting of the Pei.
body trutfe t in New York to consider
the proposition of the great normal
school.
One of the main objects of the con-
vention was carried out by the decis-
ton of the superintendents present to
Issue within the next month a circular
to the people of the south, calling
their attention to the defects and
needs of the public schools of Thisa se-
t!on and the cures for the same.
Defects In school System.
A committee composed of Superin-
tendent Mynders, of Tennessee; Su-
perintendent Joyner, of North Car),
lina, and Superintendent Whitfield, of
Mississippi, was a&tpoIdted o draft
this circular, which will be submitted
to all the southern superintendents bo-
fore issuance. The outline of the cir.-
cular, as drawn up, ais as follows:
Address to -the People of the South,
Emphasizing-
1. Present condition of education in
the southern tales.
2. The needs of the public schools in
these states: (a) Better houses and
grounds. (b) Better qualified and
trained teachers better paid. (c) -Bet.
ter county supervision, with increase d
qualifications and compensaellon for
county superintendents. (d) Longer
terms for public schools. (e) Fewer
and Larger Rural Schools. (f) Co"
rellation, Systematlzalion and Al-
vancement of Course of Study in the
Rural Public Schools.
"2. Measures of Supplying These
Needs. (a) More Money. (b) By Econ-
omy of Funds Now Available. (c) In-
crease of Funds by State, County and
District Taxation.
The Tech Is Praised.
All the superintendents of education
attending the convention say that. here-
after they will recommend the Georgia
Tech to the people of their states in-
stead of Cornell and other northern
schools of technology.
"We believe," said one of the gentle.
men, "that In the Georgia Tech Ia a
school worthy of the patronage of the
young men of the south who desire a
I technical education and we shall Ji
all we can to turn students that way
instead of to the schools of tMie north
and east."
The morning session Wedneisday
was devoted to a discussion and com.
parlson of the school laws of the vi.-
f riots southern states with a special
I view to devising legiclativo remedies
3 for existing defects. In the ovening
State Superintendent of Educal !n H.
L. Whitfleld, of MissIssippi, who n')t
long ago condulced a campaign in hli
state for local taxation, discnusfl surch
s campaigns with the othor members of
the convention. The commlsiloners antd
superintendent present stated that
they had derived great hienelt from
the experience of Professor Whitfloeli.
The convention adjourned Thlursday)
after a further dlic.--utsslon of local tax-
ation questions

AIRSHIP A DISMAL FAILURE.

Aerial Craft of Langley Plunges Inta
the Potomao River.
The f60-foot steel-built flying m.
chine, the climax of years of exlihatit.
yIve stuly in the efforts of Profossoi
SBamuel P. Langley, secretary of the
Smithsonian Insitution, to solve the
problem of mechauilcal flight in mid-
air, was launched at Wide Water, Va..
Wednesday, and hle exporlment, care-
fully planned and delayed for months,
proved a complete failure.
The Immense airship aped rapidly
along Its 70-foot track, was carried by
its own miomnentum for 100 yards add
then foiell gradually into the Potomn
river, whence she emerged a total
yreck.

TILLMAN ON THE STAND.


Slayer of Gonzales Rehearses Story of
the Sensational Tragedy.
At Lexington, S. C.. Thursday James
H. Tillman went upon the stand as :&
witness In his own behalf. It was juet
one hour before adjournment that hits
counsel asked that the defendant hal
called. With perfect relf-composure
he arose from his sent among his attor-
neys andt placed himself at the clerk's
desk to take the oath.
Although he was oni the stand an
hour, ho only fairly begun his testi-
mony when court adjourned. 'rhirtoen
more witnesses were heard

ANOTHER CRANK NABBED.

Decker Also Wantedto inspect Inte-
rior of the White House.
John Docker. of Norwich. Conn.,
who evidently Is a mechanic, about 44
years old, entered the white house
soon after the doors were opened Wel-
nesday morning. The officials thought
from his actions he was a crank anol
arrested him. He was not armed and
made no resistance when placed under
arrest.

Kinj Peter's New Cabinet.
A new Servian cabinet has been
formed at Belgrade, with the follow.
ing as leading members: Premier,
General Grulce; foreign master, An-
dria Nikolics; interior minister, Sto.
jan Protlte, and war mlinlter, Colonel
Androjevlcs.

Three Lose Life by tornado.
A .traado patsed neI Prlntceton,
M^ay eyveing Wthqq ,pqi%


Turkey's Strong Army.


An Organization That Can Turn Over
1,000,000 Men Into Jhe Field.


A- T the time of writing, when
the Balkan peninsula is
Virtually an armed camp,
and the despatch of Turk-
"'O failt troops, Including many
Asiatic battalions, to guard
the frontiers, continues without cesea-
tlon, the defensive and offensive capa-
bilities of the Ottoman Empire may
fitly be considered. During. the war
with Greece In 1807 the Sultan mobil-
ized 600,000 men without any great ef-
fort; but while that campaign brought
out the rapidity of the mobilzlstion and
the devotion and endurance of the
Turkish soldier, it also revealed in high
commands Indecision and lethargy, Ind
In organization not a few weak points.
Since then'new laws and sweeping re-
forms hbnve been put into operation,
with the view to perfecting the organi-
zation according to the most approved
German methods; while the Sultan
has declared it his resolve to Increase
the war footing of hls armies to one
and a half millions, The organization
of tile Turkish Army only takes Mus-
sulmans Into account. In spite of pro-
visions to the contrary laid down lu
1830, Christians are still excluded from
the Ottoman military service and are
compelled to the payment of a substi-
tution tax.
It Is only In the medical corps that
non-Miussulman officers, usually Ar-
imenians or Jews, are found. Certain
Mussulmans, such as natives of Con-
dtantinople. the north of Albania,
Arabia and Tripoli, are ulso exempt
from military service; while a large
number of the Asiatic tribes, Kurds
and Arabs, representing a population of
over a million and a half, escape reg-
ular recruiting, either by legal exenip-
tlon or from their own refusal to sub-
nit to it.
For Ottoman subjects military ser-
vice is obligatory for twenty years,
viz., from the age of twenty to forty,
and it is divided as follows: Six years
with. the Nizam. or active army; eight
yearns with the oedilf, or reserve army,
Rnd six years with the Mustatlz or
Landsturin. The service with the col-
ors tis acordlng to regulation three
years, the remaining three years of ac-
tive service being spent in the Nizam
reserve, but the former period Is fre-
quently extended to four, five or even
more years. The registration lists of
recruits shows that about 120,000 men
are liable to service each year, but, as
ip matter of fact, only about 80,000 are
Incorporated Into the army. A few
years back the leakage was consider-
ably more.
The NIzant troops have a peace
strength of 216,530 and a war strength
of 374,300, while in peace or war the
number of guns Is the snme-vlz.., 1494.
1 The Nizam comprise 320 infantry but-
tallons, 200 squadrons, 255 horse, field,
howitzer and mountain batteries, 145
siege and fortress artillery companies,
thirty-six companies of engineers, eight
railway and five telegraph companies,
* twonty-four companies of military
train troops snd sixty-three conipanles
of artificers and workmen. There are
t 374 battalions of Itedif infantry and
forty-eight squadrons of Itedif cavalry.
In addition there are distributed
f through the whole empire 136 b t-
trillons or gendarmerie and 200 squad-
rons of mounted gendarmes.
Since 1891 endeavors have been made
to utilize the most warlike of the Kurd
tribes by forming them Into a special
iulillia on the Cossack model. This
militia, called the lamidlle. after the
reigning Suiltan. their organizer, com-
prises 20f6 squadrons. Every man fur-
nishes his own equipment and mount
anuud Is armed with a line,. So far the
STlamldle have only succeeded In earn-
ing for themselves an unenviable noto-
riety on account of their outrages in
Armenia, ntnd they form a dangerous
1 element in the nrmy at large.
L astly, there Is-on paper at least-a
lirg ^lobal reserved called the Ilnwe.
The -tter are composed of men, prin-
cipally Asiatics. exempt hitherto front
military service, together with the over-
flow of the aunnunl contingent of Os-
mennull tribes. There are stali to be
616 battalions of Ilawe, but in peace
time each battalion consists only of
a permaniien ncadre of nine officers nud
twelve non-comnuissioned officers. The
Munstafi have no organization of any'
kind except in timte of war; neverthe-
less they are very far fromo being a neg-
ligible qunautlity, for two divisions were
mustered with ease toward the end
of the recent war with Greece.


The NIzian are splendid soldiers,
their long term of service adding great-
ly to their effectiveness nmid the Redif
are uimost their equals. Indeed the
portion most worthy of note in the
Turkish military organization Is the
Itedlf. These troops possess permanent
cadres, composed of all the officers nec-
essary for the mobilization of the units,
nud 'Turkish officers consider It a dis-
tinction to be appointed to the Redif.
Each of the seven military districts is
divided into four divisional areas, these
again boing partitioned Into -subdivis-
ions corresponding to the different
units of the Redif, down to and includ-
ing the company. The captains reside
in the midst of their company district,
and attend to the training of the men.
who are called out usually for one
Month every two years.
At the present time the Ottoman Em-
pire can mobilize nineteen army corps,
twelve of which are Itedif, while the
total armed strength, excluding the
gendarmerie and the Mustafis, is as
follows:
(4tcers......... .... ...... 10,000
820 battalions of Nizam In-
fantry...... ... .......... 224,000
374 battalions of Redif in-
fantry...... ... ........... 280,000
666 battalions of Ilawe in-
fantry................. 660.000
200 regiments of Nisam and
Redif cavalry......... .. .. 25.000
225 batteries of horse, field.
mountain and howitzer artil-
lery................... 28,000
145 compaulei of slege and
fortress artillery .......... 20,000
Technleal troops .... ........ 10,000
100 squadrous of Eamidle eav.
alry. ... ...- ...-. .... 9-B.00



ftM&i IN l ss*'


CONCERNING THE THUMB.
lIt' a Lot of Trouble, 0a 5aleetust Bad
mnall Boy Agree.
A medical writer In the Frankfurter
Zeitung haL discovered. that the white
lines which cross the finger nails, par-
ticularly the thumb nnlls, -are silg
of disturbance' in the organism at
the time they were 'formed. His ob-
servation is that forty-six per cent. of
the criminals have. these lines, forty-
three per cent. of idiots and fifty per
cent. of lunatics. He believes that the
lines denote some degeneracy of the up.
per nervous system and that they are
not purely physical, but are connected
with physical, moral and Intellectual
change.
This 4s probably the first time that
medical science has honored the thumb
with so much attention, although it
long ago found Its way In literature.
Formerly the thumb was held In high
regard by the superstitious.
"By the pricking of my thumbs
Something wicked this way comes,"
chanted the First Witch in "Macbethl,"
and Shakespeare's consideration of the
thumb as a dramatic quality is again
shown in the servants' quarrel In
"Romeo and Juliet."
"Do you bite your thumb nt us, sir?"
For to bite the thumb at a neighbor
was an act against the honor of either
a Montague or n Capulet, and so came
the first clash In the great love trag-
edy. The theory that the ball of the
thumb) s marked by different lines In
enchi person Is made the hobby of the
chief character in Mark Twaln's
"Pudd'uhend Wilson," who collected
the thumb prints of all with whom he
imnte in contact, and tillus eventually
cleared the mystery of the changed
babies.
The 'modern palmist reads character
in the thumb, and the person whose
thumb is supple and may be sent for
back toward the wrist Is snid to be
capable of great influence over others.
Then there is tihe broad, tint thumb,
that denotes strength, and tie tapering
thumb, that is supposed to give its
possessor intellect.
Now a German specialist lias made a
study of the thumb nail; a hasly ex-.
tnilnatlou will disclose whether one is
normally or abnormally classed. The
proportion of normally constituted per-
sons who have white lines on their
thumbs is only from ten to eleven per
,'cnt., according to this authority, the
largest percentage, seventy-five, being
among those who are periodically dan-
gerous lunatics. With this discovery
In view it Is perhaps as well to exam-
ine the thumb nalls of an acquaintance
before being too free or friendly.
At the same tine science, supersti-
lion and fiction have not diagnosed the
thumb nearly so well as the boy at
school who had it as a subject for his
composition:
"The thumb Is a lot of trouble, The
anhy has to be slapped for putting it
In its mouit and hollers. nnd It Is also
the place where you lilt when the
hammer misses wliere you want to put
it amn( makes p hind."
T'he German specialist certainly.
. agrees with the boy. Thle thumb Is a
lot of trouble.-CChicago lnter-Ocenu.
"An Addali, Ur Jove.
The English golfers who were in
Boston were rather a jolly lot. aind
|quite unlike what was expected of
them by muan1 y of the Amefican play.
ers. Instead of a lot of graybeards,
they were all comparatively young fel-
lows, nil but one graduates of Oxford
or Cambridge. and that one is still at-
tenliUng New College. There were sev.
eral things about them which tm-
pressrd time Americans, the most strike.
Ing of which, of course, wns that they
played golf remarkably well. Their
lahck of self-cotnsciousness, however,
was almost as noticeable. While ex-
pressing their surprise nt tlhe excel-
lence of the American golf courses and
the beauty of the North Shore, they
were never really enthusiastic, al-
though so described in more than one
paper. The almost childlike simplicity
of some of the players was refreshing
as well as amusing,. In n practice
round at Myopia one of the players
had driven his ball into the rough
grass, and when nearing it saw a
snake in close proximity.
"Ahl. old chap!" he culled out to his
opponent, "w'hat do you think I've got


Mlsalsilpp Houseboats.


there with my ball ?" There Is an especial charm about life
"I cawni'tL Imagine, I'm shuah." was on a houseboat on the Mississippi. Un-
the reply. like houseboats on most bodies of wa-
"It's an addah, by Jove!" exclaimed tor, they can land whenever they will
the player, and eu.joy any chance pleasure by the
"An addah! Good," answered lhis way. Cities nre In easy reach, and
partner: and then remarked, by way of even a theatre party can be Indulged
parenthesis. "Fawncy it! Jolly old In nt short notice. Between St. Paul
addah!'"-Boston Transcript, and St. Louls seven magnificent rivers
can be reached by boats passing
"Come anoa Measure ihe Doctor." through more than that number of
Many busy nien never go Into a hab- States.
erdasbery. Especially IN this trtle of From Lacrosse to St. Loule house-
the busy physiclin-the well-to-do one, boats meet the eye every few minutes.
of course.' The other day a corpulent At every town along the river one
Broadway haberdasher received a sees bonts lying on the shore. They
note asking hint a clerk be sent at nre usually moored in little bays, with
10.30 a. m. to itieasure Dr. Bo-and-so their laInchles alongside and shaded
for shirts. Thle clerk "Vas on time. by the overhanging branches of trees.
The doctor was iuu a hurry, When a steamer passes the occupants
I, won't be a"le to glve yoe much appear nt the doors and windows, and
time," he said. "I want twelve full somethmne1 go to the upper deck to
dress shirts, twelve pleated, ordinary wave their greetings. The water to
wear and six percale for ordinary very high nt present and the boats
wear. all modest. The sleeves of the fit in so perfectly that the lovely green
last were a little wrong. Here. meas- follnge secmns to have grown In anti-
ure my arm. Make thefrest follow the pinatlon of the coming of each partict-
old measurements. I want a dozen Inr boat. Many of the river Islands
four-in-hands, also; handsome, but not are submerged and the trees seem to
striking designs, divided between light shoot up front the water.
and dark. You may pick them out. Numerous houseboats are In course
'Good-day." of construction along the rivers. Mpny
The order took just seven minute. are ino be used by their owners to visit
But the haberdasher said that he is the St. -outis Exposition next year.-
not enthusiastic about sending out MinncaplolIs Journal.
clerks, for they may be neededed Inside.
and again, when a customer comes in The lishop's Pass.
the store he sees othern hling that he In this country free railway passes
wants. An advance of teu per cent. are not often met wltb; and certainly
Is usually charged when the clerk goes the one owned by the venerable Bishop
to the house.-New York Press. of Gloucester is unique. It is of gold,
obbit andl Mo.rles o in Fled. 0In the first place, and extends from
In some of the rabbit-infested places ay ind to end o the Great second placter. rdall-ng
ylsited by the recent floods It is won- Vary I the second place. According
derful what numbers of rabbits were a rey. torms a souvenir of the kindly
lo be seen as soon as the water went ministrations by the Bishop to thestif-
away. The bunny is not amphibious. ferers by a railway accident whlerdbc-
Mole-catchers will tell you that the cufted on the system many years agic-
mole., in case of flood, will swim a long -oned on News.
way. often using sticks or any flotsa N
for rafts, until they come to a piece i eas ofrd.
of ground above the water mark; but The largest loaves, of bredd.
we never have credited the rabbits The largest loaves. of bread blkod
with the like waterman's capabilities, in the world are those of France and
It Ia quite certain, however, that a Italy. The "pipe" bread of Itaby As
Vrtt aRRUY of them must be more ei.n- baked In leaves two feet*1.t6 tot
Ding or Wore strong Ip dealing wrfblo, nag. nh a tneeW lA r
the pbw1i m. pres etted. Iya el4gp66 Vok.


Lost. L gIO6B off tb*e 'Grci Me Ia" to

London's wealth Is ever befor e ,
ft takes care that it ahil be. BDt
Uindon's poverty is hidden' away im
vast areas of agony with which rank
and wealth and fashion are as uinfa-
millidr as they are with Frans Joseph
Land or Central Africa. The moment
that a small contingent from the mean
streets of working-classs London revealed
Itself to the eyes of the West there lo
an outcry. Fashion turns shuddering
away, and complains of the men with
the begging boxes; wealth buttons its
pockets, and calls upon the aqtthorities
to withdraw their eeuntenanep and
the bodyguard of p ,tl'tromi "a pack
of impostors." AS& Iashibon and
Wealth are perhaps w1m in their pro-
test. If these uneml)fl6ed workers are
allowed to parade in search of sym-
pathy, we may one day see all the lost
legions of "the great abyss" crawling
forth from the alleys and the slums
to give the West an object lesson in the
poverty that the great city hides away
In its nooks nid crannies. The women
nnd the children, the one-room helots
of unsipeakble slums, the diseased and
desperate ontensts of our great guilt-
ganrdins, may form up in one mighty
mnss of misery, and surge Into the
crowdedd thoroughfares and aristo-
rratic streets, which Fashion regards
is Its own.
Picture, if you can, London given up
for one day. not to the gay pageants
which on great occasions gladden our
-yes nnd make our hearts swell with
pride at the vastness of our empire and
the splendor of our court, but to a
load march of London's lost ones.
Crowd balcony and windows with rank
and fashion, with the world of wealth
Ind the middle class well-to-do, give
to the fair mildens and matrons who
lead a life of pleasure and of ease the
front places on the line of route. Then
let the millions of Misery Land creep
oy! Such n spectacle, if it could be
ari-rnuged. would be a revelation which
would shock the national conscience
is it has never been shocked before.
l-'rom the windows and the balconies
t'e women of luxury would shrink
lack tremnblng, white-faced, terrified.
And the men. the busy gatherers of
vold and the idle squanderers of It,
would feel n slhame that no written
story of the city's want and woe has
ever made them feel before. Even as
one pictures what such a scene as this
procession would mean, one feels the
horror of It. For the comfort of the
prosperous citizen, that sort of .thing
must be kept within its own nrea,.to-be
looked upon only by those who are of
the coinpan'y of woe.-Men and Women.

hallway Building In Uganda.
The romance of railways is a thing
which the poets are very properly try-
Ing to nmake people perceive. The ro-
manne of lions and rhinoceroses, on
the oilier hand,. Is admitted to exist.
even f)y their worst enemies. When
the two kinds of romance clash, stir-
ring times ensue. Mr. H. 3. Moles-
worth makes this plain In an article
on "The Uganda Raillway," in the
pages of Public Works. The progress
of ilthe work. ho tells us, was much
Interfered with by the depredations of
mnan-entlug lions. At Tsavo twenty-
eight men were taken by lions it a
short time. There was a panic among
the mene; trais were made: the coolies
slept In trees, lut the water tanks at the
stations, in covered goods wagons, and
finally Iron buts were built for them.
Mr. Pattersotn. an engineer on the line,
shot several lions, annd among then
two which were the chief culprits.
A lion entered a first-class carriage
on the siding of Klmna Station in
June. 1900, 0.n d carried away Mr. Ry-
all, the anslstant superintendent of po-
lice. In .Tuly of 1000 four lions were
killed and three wounded at Kmana
Station, nnd two men were taken by
lions near Kiul. A large lion was
trapped at KIman In August, and then
nto more were taken for some lime.
Such minor troubles ns tlue telegraph
being dimngetd by giraffes, and the
train being delayed by running Into a
rhinoceros, although not usual in rail-
way construction, were stot serious.-
London News...


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SWILDAS CHOICE.


By MRS. EDWARDS PAINE.




SXo ILDA was a country school- to tUe vilin-e of tih t a
nmarw, teaching her first dow on ilone( of thll, rumi' seats iu the
school ton miles froill park. ilho 'It l r'11re se i o tinte.
Some. She taught five days wih ,n ftlIkg 11, t her t feet that she
'%NOW one week and six the next, would like to tAke off her shoes atnd
and at the end of every. fortnight it HtockingRs, and la1'dle ar'aind on the
,was her fiLather's custom either tio comi cool green grass. ut 8' luld not
for her himself or send: some one to retmuni long. so she soon resumed her
brlg her. home for over Sunday. Journey. and %qel she turned the
O$ one. portleular Friday night the street corner towards home, the" eastern
uncle Wbhom hei tfither had delegated sn blazed full into hier face. 'er the
to g0 for her felledt toput il an appear. flrst time she realized fhe day was go-
alnd, n.Wilda, after vainly watclilng ilig to be excessively warm. She had
intil 'after 10 o'clock for some oue to nlot covered more than li li rter of the
come, decided to get uip early li the way. and her shoes, which were new,
morning diJd ,,tart for home on foot, were already beginning to pihnh) auld
,w th a possible, hope that she 1ilght her sitchel Indcrease in weight.
either koet het, father, or catch n ride "If I only hatd I y parasol," she
itb some one else, at least for part of, thought "iut I was thoulghtless
the6 way .home. enough to leave that at home."
SThe reason why she was so deter- She saw a team corning rlhily to-
mined to .rea di home before Saturday ward her, and thought possibly It
flight Was to keep an engagement with light he her father, lbut it proved to be
a eertail youtg laiu by the name of it sftrnger o vith a main and a trunk,
,Walter Mather. Whom she had ;prom- hastening toward iHaven, probably
tsed to marryuo In point of 'fact, there catch the u iornilllg train. I
had, beeti covnrferalle diffeiulty co:n, Disappointed and illseournged, she
necstd with "ller engagemplent to this sat down by the roadside to rest. TUn-
young Man,' in toe first piace she was der the shadow of it great elin she
an Independent lttle l-woman, and watehed and waited for some one to
wanted to test her own powers at earn- come by and ask her to ride; but, as
Ing a living. In the second, she wasn't no one came, she plucked utp courage,
list sure Whether she cared-'enough Ilt spite of the burning sensation In her
for Walter to marry him, and In the feet, and stalirte-d oln.
third lie had met with an unconscious She judged lhe had walk,-d about five
rival In the person of one Theodlore miles, and tlien li she tgan to reflect
Girahom, Wllda's father's hh'1d 13m1, ngah1l.
who, by the way, could not be calledd "I woinlder." slo asked herself. "If I'm
Buch. according to the conulliill necepl. not folish for ideritakinlg i>sul wn valk
tatlo of the term. Oil the contrary lit a thlils? SuplohIlng I didn't keep my
claimed to be a broken-down nthlele elineffineiilt wlill Wilter. what differ-
from n neighboring university wii.l hii'nd i yo would 1I( inlke? I''i not Silre
begged the privilege of working for lier thnt li'ld *i'or. iind I don t believe he'd
father for the purpose of roeculeratin-4 g ni il thl li' Irouble for ine. iles les
his wasted strength, %liat view 111 i>l he tnli of itu' Will lie
Wild hlad felt no little trepidation hl Ithik I'ni eirzy %to lbe with hlin. or ee
regard to her ctrnggement with Vlultor (he prinelltlivoh ltoled l It?Well!"
Mather. Her father lia d eiutioned a lir Riae l et' ainiued. Ifier a few nionilents
repeatedly about the codivequonces of more of refltions, "I've never broken
slmting an unwile choice, and coniier of "'ly or'' to 1ai31ul-3y yet. arlild 'i nol
her unmerous friends had felt it Itliur. vioig to hell s with 11n111. I told hIn l
duty to telo her In plain Enigliin tUiat lit- I i0i 1 woul11 surely hliome to.iilliht. iil'
wnan't lalf good ouonugi for her; that Il'n ohilt to kep limy word. tO',h" Pli
ho possessed sODIO traits of chlarli .-ter cotilhind l "thliot fIee will le tlie dealii
that would surely bring her to grief of luO." when 1elie hoiard n rainlole of
However, Walter's father wns a very i'hO'els approinehing her from behind.
wealthy farmer, which counted for Sllet looked rcililud. nild in her delight
considerable in those day ., ibut that shl reoreilco elzed IMr ('e, tnn old frienl-
t l un't amount to h n dchl in WIVltl's -t4l. o if h 'r f 'ill 'tl.ir
natl.on, for her own father had enough "Wh'ly. Vl1111a Wri ght' le exi-llinlid,
innd to spare, and there was no need of relnizilit: I is h ois ome. "iht' lit hlie
lier teaching school land she not wanted ine o o ,r it' I it, lu'1" doing liere ltils
to. The main proposition with her wias h11-t l.iy'"
whether iu her uncertain Rtate of mind "l.'itei lldn't ie,lnioe nfier ie aInst
le was justilo ed In marrying lili ui n 111 t- s I *tholl h wealk." '
all. "Wofll. clllfl! .Ity. (1o1 3 ili 'lii e e
Theodore Graham had on neverni o-,.- rnzy. Why, Il's twelve inlh, If it'H
caslons tried to make advances to an lWlch
Wilda, which, under the trcunmstainies "Ttel. faltllr i.tllt It." replied 1lhldn.
site was wise enIough not to encournseg "Yeq, lar talking sine cross tlis tlit
and wise enough to keep to hlir.ro w. ltls b(' e i gtr -,dtA yotr ge'l-ing
His menial position would not wnarranlt houlie? iomn.iek. I-.'" lihe isiled, ll.pr-
hihn In advancing very filar. lbeit Ing undel"r le. fillwiv h1t
1 llda did not doubt his bling a < -l "No0. 0lt ,;ltlly fh.lt." nil WVi'l"n.
lege-bred man, judging fronl hii hnil.lrs Illrvarle lig n lltlhe. "'itt lri been1
sand knowledge of books. But she krlw two' wpfki Rll;e i'v Ipelihrll .
nothing of his life and chanrntcer, m.- "'ell, yvoV're it ih lncky girl. in Fniy
cepting what she observed for herself,. Ihe lonl i f I wn1'1't in uh'h ,
tand as far as be was concerned lie lind 11 O"ltf o lh- li 11 It) got I 011. wilh1 th11 .
his own reasons for not letting her o.r l r i 'h1 f' l it' Ole:'lr hoiie.'
nAnybody else know that hle was ai elly- [I.t youl en," hie d11dle npologeitiilly.
hired man, too. and thiat at his another. tie 111 il o n n' ll a i u1 the1 Ii" nylil
death lihe would colle Into the i possI- lunm l t ol w:- .
slon of at least half a million. '-,h. lilnt till light. ir I lipe. I
Wilda's father, with till eye sinpily Io, ,1l't i11nd I. I lil t lult Is well nil
Ule beat Ilterests of bg miotliherl ss it d nt ls ot htlh 1 WIt in. ir 'Ivly, lt a'llt
only child, had never aelegaoed his r i tlu ell rilly wiinr ait tii e inhe
hired ma n to o a lnd bring his daughter fielt i-l gtfr ie g t ile u I- slgim hoi lu
home front her school. blt soliehow feet.voil won om fr lpr."
Theodore always mnnagied to bie nt lholie a i.' llahalh d u' i lie ia
gate to assist her to nllght. Wiln la uni "o l yes I hll nll." a im'. l, W'ild,. *f111
derstool hili mnanevers, but her fatlh1 he hor lo'g aef rh that. "
took It asan anet of courtesy whhh 'wn It 1iu yes n htl oi of iuir wyt D,
Sloaply her due- a w ,ll t Iii u andi rlhul' foras my houfa e,"
At ithe first peep o day Wilda was lnl. ptleelivY lalil anil ni drove
up and dressed aind ready to start for r o h l fork f h .
home. Mrs. Thommpson, te Indy wiili a glhlo Itr. yhu qai fo i rofu Ilto roau.
whom she was boarding that wel, hin till end ,vou will ave tilne." i
Mid to her: ."Yes." sah W! .hi., thiklng Hie while
"You shall not go one step until y.ol h,1t their way led right lby Walter
have hlan a good hearty bremkfaist." Maiher's lionse..
"It to too early for a good hearly ".(,rhinp8 I'll fee Wiilter." slhe
breakfast, Mrs. Thompson." said 1VII- tiought.. "and e'll ri'reoginl7z he effort
da. "I can't cat If you get it." I t ,.(,hstiin me to keep Uly p'tonime."
"Now you just go out apd willl Lolgip llbefo Iev te iilir, h In sllgl of Iteh
sound (he hose ljod down to hlie ionse, she plinily dlse.i'ue, tile maple
spring Bnd back, anil drink In somie of gi'ow, wlileth li ltoi-eld lie ,while foiti
this iuornlug air. nnd then ece if yon iou. When tlhey nionred Iie pinlr '
Won't eat some of it." her eyes Bpnrt'lietl engerly under lhe
So Wilda did as she was bidden, imid iow.anclKltng Ii'nni.es for n familllnr
to her surprise she did eat her break- fornm. At Inst slie discerned two people
fast with a rolls. swinging leisurely In a liammnock, one
Mrs. Thompson amlled wilh aliprovnl n wl' of lipr Hicquinlnlntnr, tlie othi-i'.t
all the time she was rating, then, when \1'ltor ]Mlaiher, witli lhli nri a'roundi


she had finished, she saw her through her wnnlll.
11i gate which opened luto Ithe line, 'er' ai moment W11itln'N heart ebeat
Said watched her entil' she entered tle wilily, thlien It seiiied to tanid still.
public highway. ]Ic-t ellt closed like n vise. nilnd conhld
Wildta waved her hand good-hv. llen she hevei opened tlican to peanh her
abe sBati to hernpsif- (onlglP would hllave hiz,'ed out traitoror"
"I hope I shan't meet aniy oone coIu- Suilddenly VWalileur c:ntght tlie', solinid of
ing for me, for at least a mile iny wny3. wheels. nlil looking up reroglnizled lier.
for l do love to take long walks in IIte withdrew his arni. and showed.
cool of the nlorniln alid hear tho hirdi Mr. C'lint laid eaiught the drift of
sing." t liligs. too. and. giving hia hlor one n
Along the round she tildged. herl clip wilh the whip. In tile nlidst of a
young heart as light and happy as thi, clond of dust they iomeldtled the hill
birds she watchlied and Illtened to "VWho was that young woman with
thinking of Walter, how hallppy anild Walter %lather?" lie nakted. as soon np1
pleased lie would be to know of the cf- they were well o er.
fort ibe was making to keep her fort- "Miss Wood," said WUdhn. snragPely.
nightly, n&olitnlept with hlu. "'he bold mnlxn" h ejaculanted. to
"If he duly ktiett,' she said to her- which Wilda dare not trust hiersilf to t
self, "he would gladly have eomie for reply.
me himself; but then he doesn't, so Soon now they were nl Mr. CIne1's
there's no use In my bothering my hliad gate. when wilds. iinniAxlsted. ,l.m- i
about that. Besides. father wouldn't lered out Of the wagonI. nnd after
be pleased If Wnlter care for ine. as thanking him for helr ride. started
he considers that a particular privi- dowl tihe road toward lio"ru. 0
lege of his own, from which he derives "Take It cr0s1 lots. Wila." Mr. Cline I
much pleasure. roor father! He'1i called after her.
mls8 pe ,pwhen-'I'm tone. But this "-Ail right, Mr. ('line. Exese me, 1 8
walk yt'edgoint to be a Iong one; and forgot." she calledd bask. h
I don't believe I'd run the risk of Then she turned in toward the high
walking the whole way for another rail fence, climbined ov It. and wilen
mar lluimng." she was well Into Itho field beyond In I
Wildn. In her reflections, was trying sheer desperation she sat down on the I
to reconelle herself to her act, and ac- ground with her back against an old I
quire the proper respect for and con- stump and began to cry. C
fidence nla her lorer, but after that "Qply to think." she burst ot indig- t
last a a Ibonest, sunburned nantly. of my going to all this trouble
face of 'dB1S3alrlr' rbate before for him. The mesa. deceitful wretch '
her .and r4seld 'to be put down, and the heay heads of gras bent I
"I don't:ihll 'Wl h'.- a id to ler- low aind answered "Yes." "Now I
self, 4ih -inay Ine d ui whuby 1 colid never lell whether
Jot lustll llUi -r-pPuL"tuTu lovyd hlm or not. He doe't derve
JrB[Bll ]t'i] r 1^ l.Ml" aud t-he Wavig _W 1 bent ts a
,iE^ iTU L sUI -lwe, ,,. e. i


-7-


"I wouldn't it I were you." croaks
I blackbird an it lighted on tthe stul
0tbove her head.
' "I don't believe T'lheilore Granhlu
would be guilty of I'riitlinig a girl Ilk
that."
"Indeed lhe wouldn't." naguill croake,
the blackbird. ltl-yng wiiay.
"And I've been is meanl i hi lilim
could be, mid siimtlilod'l ii tu ver
clhanice 1 could getl. Oh. I wish I uns a
such a fool.!" Aali covering li'r tir
with her hands iho. broke lilnto n
angry oild of tears.
After she had rhied to helr hlart'
content, ihe rose with idlttiutliy to lii
feet, and hobbled awniy ithrllougliill
tall grass. l\'try step she took she al
most cried out with pain. She kniei
her feet were swollen to bursting. bui
she dhre not take oft her Bhoes fo
fear she could not got them oin again
So she traveled on as tast she couhd
crossing fields and clibiung fences iia
til she canle olt at tihe north fork o
the road and was In eight of h0mie.
How cool the tail pine t looked, kll
houtted agallst tile blue lsky, itid liho
she longed to lie in the shadow of theli
thick lritnchies; buit botxv'teel her atl
them war a great fleld of waving r'yt,
To attempt to cross It slie knew woult
be like blazing a way through an i il
broken forest, but to accept ti0, other
alternative and add another mill to lice
journey by going around wits slluipl
out of the question.
The opposite slide of this Iueld la
parallel to her father'a or.eloard, where
leaning on (i gate-post, stood a tall
athlete appearing young uliln, laiteOlt
watclluiig a pecunllir ivav whIel
selieed to be slowly ipproachiilii ill
through the rye.
Suddenly the tall spealirs 'of grail
parted, mnnd. elntchlig sight of i senil'il
face beneath n white straw lint, li
exelaimned:
lh--, WV hi .i.ss W ri' l 11 i1l
In lihe world doe's tha i nii i'."
At tie tone of ie i er i yni'i nlltillIy it h li
voice. W ild.'i lip' 4i iiV' i'd Iinid -iIle
hogan to cry.
Iiiiniiu l'lvely 'I'lTh ollo l ar a %n'l c'l Ih'r I'y
thlie l s1nl d a li lier ll l irollh li oii't
gate lito the orelinrd nnd lit her dohii
In the nsliand of anil lajille t',r'.
W1lli.-n feOlling of disgiluI lt u li Iesr. ll
for exposiiig lhtr w 'elinrlil \W lli:i
niintchel d off her lill and tlih4 w it 11 ii
tIhe ground. Tl'heonllorti lil tip n1id liegilt1 hi fun hler wl11 t It 1ii a
aflier she beiit nll' iiiir i 'oliil .tl, hit
aski tl:
"How fir liv,'' wnill;ed':
"Most of tlie wny," w l 1i4er r'uil
reply.
.lWhere did you iliist .iour I'lller'";
"Fnas lie gone':" she askedd, eagerly.
'Yes. iHe skirted early h1111 niorn
Ing. lie didn't RlnOliow your unlle ln d
not gionoi untl It Wiit lsooi lin to goi lFst
night."
"I rode p1lrt wlly withA Mr. 'Clihn."
'TIhla's how)v you ine il li hii.
Youl took the 0tslilh faorl' ''
"Yefo. of fi' irie," sinliliifI VI llin.
tlilnlklig of wihit slie Imd w\\n nl dri"
thle Innihle trees.
.lh -t yo lsoi ld I lixM-l elt1 i mh e t lihl,
or lie overtalcen you1, Itfore 'ie il" I.r-
slNted Thelodor'e.
"'Peripii I shllonhld. 11d he 4liI-'l,"
retorted WV1ldn. Ithlukling of lhe lin% t
'ite Inltered Iiway in thll piri at
I Inven.
'llTheodore ventlllreld no really. lIe
saw pinnlhly tlih t in liher sitl1ih, of liill1ll
frirtli'r iuientl liiing w1 n o iol t ly ult'.
leIA l t eru pel.
A elih. i'pe1 illpplie frIl ill lVildnl's feet.
Slie look It ofnil l ilgan 1 ly. Arfer Sile had thilnlw4'd ilid lthlowln
i e co re n w i ly 'I'hi u r tle s le t l ',lle d Ii

\hy were y1ou i s ot lent till gilltIrg
lionie to-nalli. W liIdni "
'In'o keep 1i3y lily >i">l "iti"ti "It111; .
ter %Uilher." nishl respimlul 'il aindh inil
Inhl.v.
'li)o you ilinl. it will p.viy''
-"It hilt u pIa ldli n 'ie ly," lio r 1,li.I
spitel'inlly. i llt 11t1 aine linie'r ivlit,'inli
lit Ihe li i rp I li limnit ithilirtd l ir'igli
ier fool.
Tlieinlfre w s .. nrll e' l ilt Ilih l'nttl "
ig'lily that ei ue inllo lher f et'., alndl
Wn1 (tisnt golilg to sti'iil wlieni 'ii In1.i
terrupteh lihn ly n." l1ili "
"'Tlteoil'ore. I 1in1 iilnii plnin In y fel i t, r in t I ainit l o tell
o'il one Ihinig. i'li thnroulg withl Wnltl
i tlt1er' fllor nil tih '. I tried Io iniikl
myself i eDhOvel I loi d lilii: bill I idon'tl
Ilien lie i'oiiie to-nilglll I 1ln1l liol
i 'ven e, hlin nanal lie w ill not lorrd o i
lhe ohl why. Noiw. liike ll1- h, it ir
house, for iny feel t ll' nill t r ing tl e,.
andI 1 11 ufrilhl I ain gonlliK ti fiilil.'
'hen he ntil leliiplled t rise. lt il nl"lit-
gered ainid fell fin ititg ;iln') T il U r lih nia ii1"r1i W It, whlt. l nrns fr nnlnlg lher w ili ,ill hi1 'lin ll
1,nd aflliitl ht a r I' nit thil e all doe i illi
ilunilen of n Iol'over' na iliiilnr. \ll'lln
Ope in'l lier e oi, nl lld lniled. hlll i lihe
Ilfteld her In i 11-1n l atnld ti'rr'i liher
to the house ni ti l Ii lter i lllite li ii.


T hAi t veIv i hil n .l anii lh- !;u lli*)- w n.
Wnalltr MNi1th r renin'- drivi h" tilt with
a pathnkinl hiny' tellai, itltad ;i io'w i Ilo-o
os X litggy hill W11ihli 111wa toin. iiills-
posed lt see hinm lind an lpilt ilv 'resi-
frllen lie drove i way wI litii eeli
asklnn why.
T11w nell nI-'ht hy '4.11 11 f',1 nspeilit
o f W l ild n nd lier f .il h- T "'io d 'io ta-.l
ier lanil; to hlir eliono!i lih r t w w1lltII itail
llilntere fe -t I.i n!i -- ,l emIrl : ill, ; i--o1 III
ier fntllier' li i-'1r-: 1 i t II 11 'a le
nst as well is hVi i' -i'si Irrt i of eWlt19il.
for thal nilghtl sh" ani e l-.r i'lil e'. inid
I ise h o (li It w;ias. loo.- '; 11 ..-l .v

F" il. lir nil l ia .
It i;t well k ilowu I1l WII l i hs ll i 1t-
lie mutira'elIiiliiiyi t0 1,.:. ''l i ntI i l 'y
a0.. very l tA' 101 10 1, d '**'l
exainple of IhiM 1 n % IS ,. .1 : New{v ait' l
[lie otiipr dl li In ti -. 'o i ft i tro l
whahli aI t- li t .t tl m i .t i Itl" 'i '11
at (vlnghnin. lh ili ild wli.t hi li In r- s
of being Bev'eredl faerii h byml, lay
tllit is niid of r tslir tliero t iletlimlNiiitn .
Tihe bIand lisd whd liO <-iite lhirwitli itO
skin annd fleh idlown l; ill. boili. il
lad the n iillrfltl'-e of oraliliii tallb
and the thorax. cPtltin1g 1 1r e)I linrls-Il
in the flesh aliod thli.l"er llesit n round. The fi hi e1o had tO-e Im'ul IlN tc1Il o1 i : it wtilpl
small. The trout linhd .r.pnrei.il.v lI".;I
Caugh-t In th' toil. hle11alliy. f ojltoilmJy'4
tackle. ltecominglf iethbertl tlbpi'vpby, ml
10.twiated In Its efforts to get fri'" that
the bard cut thrvtiglh Its flesh tight In
the b ne.-Newcntle JoarMuil.

VftluNo af lien.
It 13 siod that a proaliblo has Ealt
iixteen flimn w her wl)b(t. In, 'P.'.Ol.

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?NU 'rWlilt-AWB.Ic STAR, caAINESVILLB, PLA.


LITHE'11;; :.


New 0r'k CIty'-Long hbox pliEletd
coa,ts ire among tlhei featlres of tlho
001asor li tt iii1,v be rtlied le"poll I to x.
tehd thelr fiveor well Into tle future.



NrSri


MI155t15]DO%. VXUATED COAT,.


inel,3 whlde. Withi eight and oa1e-11ill1
yards tw'niiy Ol1l or 'ive yiai tblir'ty'
'ilx int.hii.s w1d1( far fooundilloln.
4'etlllnecl of l,lnao n eti Cemiletumi.
I.hitei uituderas well. bul It inI.lusses
very tellnsily niiul is hiierefore by no
aiiiliii teonlinli lt w ri '. A sinart
t lil' lli4e. li il tl Is hi IIi io pleeso ., '1'ho
nightly Ifull Nkirt is ofi the live goredl
model, with nin nlet above thblue 1h n of
i three inch intud of euiliroide-ry done
on linen. 'The three ooilnrter length
(o)nt hia u sI int lii11r 1 1 nuld ilrouliid Its
mkirt, set perhaps tWo inches nbove the*
lie'in. A deep-joionhted cu'lpe collar of tile
linen fi'llu over the slioulders, with n
seeioilt. collar of emtbroldery a style
smiitiller falling over (the list. 'leo
sleeves drop froin tlie elbow with ili
Inlet of embrolltery, and are gathteredt
inlto i lolig.pointeid ut'i of ermbroltery
at the wrist.- New Vork Post.
'ckl tliuthe Trunk.
Trimnmed hIt.i. I iI aItar'lhed blousesO
uti'tr gi'rntly from pii ktig., It is
mcli letter to paiilk the bllouses rough'
idry1' Id 1 h ive tlieiu -got till whei(l lio
.*ri'l vi's iet a tiii'H tlil>hilati ll I I tlet icalli


iand arei much ellworn y young girls. easily be palicked befoIre they areo
T' li l- I' ih slg l id l yi MIly M il ii cia. Is iii l. I ll l t i i It llilri- ll H w ill i illin r to
ldhillhted to to lm ilthi llt' ultire h l ai111111 tilte 1ie oi'n Iln i't4 lo\lMl te lntw ly Instleu tlo
gen'acriIl willi I ni d i to till uie lighler 'v iiwn. I t1i'4 i e'litlumnr et lie plickt'ed
weight ini erlal'Mll I lvogiuie, b t11111., II- very 1n-'31ely ill their' cr lwn of a miller
Insl'tediel. Is niiide o pon1g e eflrlt litceI ila nililt tt. his m 0 i t11 iny of e uoliuluilz
wlll eorlleelli sllit 11 l n i 'liid isna l w11 it iag l 'e.

silk cords llovel the wnii The l 4,nth 'so tit nlc In inter IMillt ,
9Il%4 Io1ig 1lne whh'hi nieili an ill T t l Iti'un1y guytili'ure hli ce Illithe ftorll' of
loose. Thle i a le'iv I s re 111i liargi'ii nilill dt ke'il d ilg.e iulld tof le'irouadl hlaldiH Ill-
niiyle iones thlit til oni ovtl r tie lte illot.ie 'eril l .'hi' r In l1ltm lirlii, Im. i1s lie rnek-
w-llhi enase, oei ili1mong1 K li' fila ilinlllle dci'loru.
'I'The coit Isa iilade with full liiuglh Ilit m I'mr itiln style' of nuti wheno niadi
frontii and hakIcs, nid 11 imkinl por-il of vel le. 'Tlie Vanldyked gullKuiirt Is
Ithat IN Joined to them beiiell l io ll bell nillt ilme l l ire Im hoi 1 il u hel hiide of hilt
iiu l plti(ts. The ibox pilllilInt ii lit t b-ltins. hi'iih ti ee IN i p m'iie lly elioesel
entire areo Inhl litn. iut Iliose fri'ii thl'e eiitll- r p lir will or of n l eight v nnliy
siolllder aitind it the b tk atire npillled. iion Th' .i illinery Trrd' ii teiviow.
At theo nieIk I.4 nit fll tillht r iial i ---
poillltd lbllt IN worn i t tlhet walm. Thil "rim' ll*,'*r leelll r ialnsleoroilhi.
sle'ves tare ple iteil n oilt lihle ellb wS. 'lTin' T liinlsh .Il;oughi i hlt I, so report
lut lforili ful ll fff ltelow fliit point i hiun linui other seallonl of poplil-
iulil itr flninshed witl rioll- etr' hire Inrity.
mitn'. --' ----
'hio il i ll|nl ity of illil|e l r'll I 'tlh'li'l lor l" I i'eml' Itlhlums i w anetal.
thie lilptedil s hire sl s0 l i ix lfnd one fourilll'h llig l iellim l t',illuir tm' Ie iutI h' worn lnd
yardils twenty .1 ven Il .lce l wille, til're llt i y g inl trilly l .ecmilig Thel
iliand Ihriie .fo iurth rdi fiitt f fv.ro ur llult- May I 1' Iii itn wu illt tlitlutf attledt
lutihes whi or three 11i l o e ll t I'- tr't .i l'd lines m hai ( o f ithe l i rt' wlll i tIckeil
viirds Ilftvy-tw o Inlihei w ide. f 'oiilt [hi t Ih II *-el 1x"li lli ly gl'iofill,
i ilia l illt ell ,I llilt w llli I%%cti'u d elbow
A I'pliaire of Ilen sMo son. llor l tllil hl elnilel o llm 'ives. 'Tha'l Iioluul Is
toko wali st of nil t Hol lira. il iiv m il iniiile uif inmuve lillu dhii Ie' yllg e s1 lttllied
lIe feiinture<> of llie iit u nl i mm iim it wl ill ic i tilelll silk, Ilii lrimnlin Kg, shield
i1ilialOe exceedinligly' atriletillv wiIll Irltii nil 11111 elr i hrling tf lienvy iipplliliile III
millig ind iial rlatn'lhtg itnlt rlil of %irll- w ii o eiilir, atld In worll with a skirt
oltI llindsM. 'Thee Myllm'li oi' ihlgnleld ,f lir milil, h t llthe deligni also stills
lay May Minlon aIind dIel,'teld in 1ie him e l dil w'ilh t at all llprietty., soft mile-
litrl'c tlrnwin' g, I shlit n ll pilil pink tll t ilH lnt t ii l i ti Itucked ucesfully
''cree de ('li n with yoke nil lrii- l ii' l atliell l '. W hlatn ldep 'uled Ihe
nalig I1n1ilo m if bltillmiN of pif k heiI sit 1 l ie ltheld liad lolhir lI l it tely il idiii
by fllai 'y Ilumli M. 1. hiL a llu l eH Iei' lI Ns thl lIa-li o '14 11 l1411glilly ilel.


iIllted l to n vnr'il'i y mlia ril,' h sl
ind Illiglt weight wooeln anl d to lt ie
iiai1ny lotllilt l id linen fnbriem'. ilnre
l titH4itln lr. il l lie sulit li lttllt l fuir tlie sl lk
of lite yokli olr lian:Iait of il1nterlail
Saenllie'r I I '-lie'l. e r anyl .'iyoklig uinteo-
11ri11i c'An I le lIu"ed. '
Thel .w1iiltI c1 Ui4tluts of a litted l liilitg
iin wilib itlie front nl ati birks arlr lir.
riniged. ITh' yoke n Mepaiirnto nind
,ieineleld tithe wilit lit IIn lower edule'.
Illlhi front a linli ln k nre Ili ,ke'd ilt
Ilieir upper rlti' niei. bIllt thie liackn are
drawn down iatiaolhly, whilll tlhe front
Siloasiell slllhly cover lihe lelt. The
Pileeve Nl tggel I th Ilengirlainn slyle.
a nd are nine with IInug DItting tpller
p |oritls id to wht-lih fle full slpfves areo
atIi ea il d.
The llunnilty uf miauterlal rerquiredl for
tli inedhllan 'ize IN four yinrdi's itwointy-
noi' linIhaP wide, three anil onl-fotlrlih
iairls twenly-evPli lnrhens wid., Itwo
niid one-liill yards thirty-two in-llipi
(wide, or one and seven elglith y.nrds
forty-feour Inches wide. wllhl elsveli
3yatirds of lalihllag to nmike a M iunstrnhtfd
or flve-elglilh yards of tnaterlia eldIli-
h lion iceliar wide for yoke nnd collnr.
Triple skirla are nimuc In vogue r inill
iare exceedingly graeofal nnda altracltiv..
when worn by theo women to whom
they are becoming. The very ehbarliiug
model shown in the large drawing Is
udspted to all the enson's mnaterlils
slid to vnifatlons of Irlnvmlng that are
very nearly wtllhout number, but Ini
(lie cale of bthe original Is made. of
chiffon veiling In cream white with
bands of antique lace as trlmmlng.
SThe skirt eouasIxt of a foundation
Swhleb Is cut In fire gores, the upper
portion of' the skirt and te'two
thWWM, ll, .
t"M4AtI l, bf utrJld ritol4 for.
3t1a Mli'm litMaih *i h* )t.iM.w .


The wailst Is Intaid over an inoo1lhly
fitlhd Iilnhig Ilet elouse at tl(ce centreio
frloi. Thle I em ini l plilI, drawn down
In gatlihier rt tlie wnlt line, but th(o
fruit, l ii, Ifurkeil for n few in lies br-
low ihir ilupper eig aandl foorimi Nmift
frlldM iver lPia llbut. tl'lThe neck In lIn-
Ilie-d w1111 tIl, biig o('lli'r wlhlh Ialpnm
iovlr wltlih tihi walll to '4lo nt I lie left of contri 'I'l' sale ld I li
M pli rirte lll It n h nrrlilt lgeil over Iliei 11II-
IliK. b ientah Ihie I u tnI Tlie tucked
shle'-cel lirI 'lnil@ lily gat'rnceful ilind
fillorm frlll I ,Itl Vw their iilow buit tlih
lilsholip li ar pi' n a llih, g antil. ered Into
stl'iiI hlt cliffs.
'liT' quniily of linterIlnl required
f'iu' tIl IlPu'tenilrn slzte In four and onte-
fuirth yerds Iwminl.vone Inriheas wide,
foiaur iInild oifourthli yards twenty-
soeli Iinlit-hes nh or tw'o and ihiree-


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FLOWERS OF PREY. I Rem. cnt of H.g. o
ifneets of the rtO msant oloer orf Orchidl
Which Their Prey Tthlak Plant. One of the' IntE&reLtIang Relics in tM..s
Probably In some respects th miosnt Great, Writ.er's House.
anrprising result of late ritomologlani 'ihaik.s in theli devoion of 3r. I'u
expllorton is the discovery of Peni- ,Melirlcl. hits fri-nd anud literary vex i-
Ibiiini'1es of orchdaceoous flowers o. n- tWir. mil.V, lli, 'iarlts col-reapo lldell t l i'
l-'wei I ll l n lamni lUfe and va rnelhi hii, I.,ii.hi i tinpltl'-, V',ic-tr lIngo lain
ni ii r'iileim appetlltes, that seolzt a\l l n1lil \vh111 i- isi.- lit Iiiil' In I'nrl In hhe lit si
IIni t, int Illy di.vo.ur tInset 'vegelinr i IlIt iI IIi for lo i iily 1 11, '% s In flil
i i wlil. hi. illtred ly their formlI iinil I'l:a., .le Vog-es. In ll liit iiau4e of Ilin
*.r., lin. llili| sly il light U11pon theloin. gr tii i' l writer lht, in ik of tgeting
li't-8i l-l r in'lects belong to the Itigellh'ir sevenll'li hiindioi l nilh 1a li's of
nitlr'lous fnii 7 1 Nlthille, l of which we -- ..- -
hurte i\i wl1'I ltli it ni utmher in our '
Southet'lrn intl r. ls 'i t,,nbi>iim,, ,ntl aros ca-
ti coin Itls c n v .n ll,.l ., ,,it i'
tis." t' ho light If i,. iir..t i,li'l 4f lihlt.






predltory liahlts. The m nti t ii 1l
a folr-lefwe Insect, for the fota liiiil 4
lirte fe inodtledlld thlt they c.nno'ilt blind
1n1' eiunumtant es be utsed in Valkin1
lirlate' sinc ie properly Iit ,,d i k-t \ ,




iothn wiuld he (lthior of eit ir.
tihe vlirugs of bilds. uTliey are, Inu (act,
ldar ittt i'l weniltps o thli insect al n
il'r liscri for aln mId for -letptedInset for the fou




in lilSert diseovlenrEind by. Wolo Mn so
naidtteulat's emnetrintiries h titll (iitnd
lit others its a white lchhih The whole
tlowter tnisoft is ittmr roiw Iioll facI
wlilte or of li n' d(l ioi l hi n l otllti (' 0t I
And l fOrallturhI [P'oy,




whi f I 1 Iftl.kftroillh- nden t i1164i ltlltn hot IilI (. ',oi r ai it forii pleirfotly ..iii'h tOu K t I h 1'I.
hihltufes a ilowvr. The lower or'. -p -. .- .......-
plmi'rtltly intltorl' i iti.l oli of 'orehlld, interest NAMs l1irov"mi i t oiniiiti.ilvely

in v'rya rlou e1111s lillnt, I, i'' re resenlied Vc lit llt Iitg wirs iot onily'.a ,reiren t iln -'
by I th tlbdoniei of lie til iset, whIlht .t ieor, but wis t ilt Io;i ti otris -. i(id iit-ll'
lho partils wlithe h night le, takeiln re lt thlirliy n tirl itill ganrl lig It t as It hiSect, for Its w figt. II woodll arver and nil.liiai.-i iilirai i-C
'lre' in tinlly tlien fe nU 'rt n tf the two litll. The liiohitIle I h i' liit di. -1
Ithn l 'H ,1" lits~t lelf ir Ilnih ls, n lo ron" ly 'ex A'l. oeN In. liei'fli.. ilh.,I n t lt hlilli-.
1in l'l. DnI, lh eni l Milinld fDl il lt I ln -1411 ti lSg relieti ( f I iieins lr. (olio lahit
aitiha1 ei it 1 ii > i',>llro e..n( th eli t'e iilu lrli t I iN i1ir l II h IIie ( il ilSt I',Vi'pi( i't
1l,', ltl ,f (li l II wei '. Al lhl i lllllliIs *l O 11hf l ''l' l n II libe h ill 1V 1 li wiroli,

In' tl, t lim l h l iiwn iii lile hl lih st liml niita h el liel' iinierlti Io e''. i l'lu is In ni
"itl tt I. iav,,Ii 1l'iiwn In thIh Inh1 1 i m 1iilnlih Ie ml l f 1. 1 0'h l, 11110ngo ,h 'y wr'lllI P ionm d-
lli Ililgh ofjl' I ihe l i 1. hhi4d h1tupt r l 11hil h A 1. A in llier kh 4 I Iltn(le' lig i fi'iii
111 c ii ll ill l l .tile. 1 I ,l li, 1 l (li m lii'tii t l lflt tin' hl' li lli' '1'1i1M l lt I ie li 110 il '
.i111 Ihl1 ilpl1 i0 i (Ii4 lelgi mI. tIliii l .,elt lnliihl *sc 'll-41 l flitlr' I .-I' 'i' i 'It', l liii i l I'. .li ti r-
llhrtl slliil hi teilve tl ui' o dai4 erlrrtinilull ii l oi Al.xiiliih'i ls iiiin aci-im orge Stl lil
"iihaliouItn slk 1 nl I iil lli honiy. ne e r ls i l iad Vil1tor Iiaia. liell -I In l fironlr
Ih1tl 1N t ii ill ite 1 4 | l of tmeli h l lil' t 'heN t'ritti l i1 ntlnit iilih, ii'lv-
An nlleliil 1|e les. e nell.v refsonilill a trel % w"il'h K9 iis", Of ii'lih \rith r.
n pl 'lk iil'il ti. I ii'iloni'od liy D lr. IP tl ll thl m li oti t itl 'le ltilng plirt
Witlhrl Ihti n lleherli.t oft iltl i e thwe u Lo(eilini I lt furttll' iiurei lailnd1 ,
fI'hl'rl e lilkl lN. I ilmichlilin iirv It l y.V VlC'tor H ug Ilo witH Ill the Iv ihntll
ioelhilly Is iiIllrIng i n1 riiiirnlitriK l> il l of akiingi phleve ol' (iirrved wiood whihll
tertlh'K. Tlhe for lil. Otlihltseilhin iinl t derinilr flillniln l' Ita iiit 'f'li i ret ilt t we I on
hlim. often iiilr liliilr n' l ii u lr'lolti lt lln
l'rofeatnr S. Kl l ra. willie ill PI' I> lullnIh .le.
lower lhnr'iiib hiw wliatI li'e silpposetil -
to lbe in or,-lid fof n Sipeele'n iifiinillihr Stove Improvement
to hill. Iit upon i xamnllnllion faloundl
It to lie. I n initin of the gelilln n Iinlliry. A 11ti'pllritive'ly stall pereiliit
lhs. A,\ Is ,eoliinou1 with thli t nhl l of 111 h oe l li if inr 1' lllvi i,' iI0 iiK4g el t.e I
i1 .111I 1 lie ii llgh lit g upno in ll i fln. i a 1a<'iht ''i i I li lh oll leh 1ti'.
it hu Iihi'aell.nI'l d iownwlrd. exlir lle ig tIle wbhlh'hI IIllh)IEic le l fnt'l ie l 111el 4'1 C I
iitdler hlll'iii. 1.1 view Moiilqllein N aio- pitorlu hlie io llmen m iiill fi.r listfill
lonlrh1 Io4 itl m1 i ellOl iem l lt v iivnrgw goni ly liitllt lh hioM t of Ithe' ht'iit rillu i pll
like n flower t',I.li.ied I>\. gIielhi ilollh ri, I < the i.mlney 11.'r lliue, W l'li 1tI llf \.. ne
, l.rllhti v-iolet lhie l n 1timl ofi'tlo t e Jt li dilri'nlt .% I Ii l hei l.iit di.vel- o i .
iho'rnli In froliit f 1whli his i foria legm. lay tho tl rnlllaig clil 'lrailhllt m lihlntlp Iie
liandai l rioillt aiil l ,ilrl i' e '\tinll Ilkel
I'efn Il. almilllt'mI l t' reilllt l oif i
Ipl1ililllll ionli allow ,r o porfi'eftly || l to
ti el. Ivi ill,' ey- 'i o f li irll t'cil'it'l heiol
m u t. il l h i ll" h ', lletlhorn of

11h '1't1 l ailtel fit iil i ly. II tliig u i Ilo tv r
1lll|R, 1i ftllllli hf ll i- h i.rs I i- l I rili .ll II1-1 114 I
ntf lie fliwerl Ill wli hlih'li Ithey 11 In wnll
fot v ltimels.
Ilrnh I lllU n Iih lf, .vrntlclien-, display .1
n Mhrlll11antly colored ir'rt n, illy eiilnl n-y i i
Inl fipi l r n I low i'ir li |IceietN. Ia it 'E-ts i l
Irnictfl iby wllini lpplnr leo lie n fri'olil-
1. ipiiinedt lilai nlii. flrnlli Hih t e birdlt
with fiim.I. An i A it tll r I i'nllr i 4 on. -i
IIrely 'ulv red I tII t he ih irf el efi tlrhea hil.
III.- 'rt i in w hl'i I lreNt exIept H4l Ili tl .l= '
ill entl u c ll i.e ef lie lh metll i liloiollm n
hi'lillltnt role ri dillig i f Ilie'h le llhi e'xnet
ly ree'iiildlitg n lllt,'|hl i n'lr l lA r itl1Ai Iow .II '.
tlit lie sittill. I .le'rI lut'od hl1 tile ceelu rooiii tiild l'uil'lutmtlim'" ui',fial client iet' Is
liaig Itel i'i" iui' li enIlu leitihlly uiIIllhlu uaiIllIel IIt a iiut hlii In e ii'q r lii Itt-
shtlieI wliri liiy net1t I lp i i II. '1, 'raisi Ilr im' i'hr eilele't y of tli Ih' i t I'e l n41
niillllh" Aiiaurl'ni'' i of sitvoe I1'111ili I'. tilillhlr li ii' H ilseilguu lliI


>1e1 t'rbeilly.
We rtlrd ).>urmalves thait Ilnwkins
wlln ipielchail. ilvery tluin lhr emmtnyed
to Sihpeil w niinswcired not. el'ery tainl
liet ouaglatI to iang|eaKi our naltteutlol. lie
found tialln anir allention WI1.1 o'iler'-
tvine oietnrug(d. A neilltt' i it li-n ll fIll
utpon 1 lthel dihli riioomni. l illoarfill,
ilientuy ialleho,. 'We likedil n einl
other w h it ionigralifIi l s iy 14111los.
Hfiiwklnn wna m itiisletel i l l 1114r.
1111t Wvliial'.' 1 V' V All riily Ihii rd i l Ila1
l'repiirnior'y Iliii1 i''i- li with whllli
Ilawllii tat atVinlily Iin r'lifn hlil
r.r'lh |ll|nhli iii a iinoffeliildlinK people.
"Atiil plionkliingt bolit lnotllli at anil."
I'Iren ai'k Pil i Illw hil "i nad pLico I kkllin
siliull ilnifling nlit nil. riliinild mie of n
lile i "
Andr Ilhemr,'P he wln!
minti'ie i e e l ihink we u will nel
rinlfred, so Ihliat we eiii vt mIy i11l
frightful 'moiolitolny. E'vein If IIei giri
of olr or-lic le l inehiild linve llh l I I lln w
lif Ililungl i ge IInwn-kini lias. lwe ail
nt least iik hlier toI lone her infit t i ill
iAt hliuil. ite(Itlilonlily. ',w V r'tt Sill

4 leinll A fier Ili Ionl.
I'lhe l 011111 e lmku'ild hoirt'd.
*'And ivlll yriu (Inii ghti r hi .. tl i''
lip rntlki*I.
A llght rippl e o f ioillltu tioi ,* e au ll|t
v 'r tIle lv iilresliiag Iil. i. ifl tr r 'il
kprs IInfit t l Il u ra l licr a l I'.1 i 1:] il kt -lr's
sqiinrr iet hrlili
"A whit'i"b lie n ille-i
"A miio e -y 1sti'n.le l i a lA." r''
joined tlil (' un l Ill1 ltlns wevro il
illcil o ive l h Im lld e e 'i rld'e'
"A lint '" r |'e u -i lD l le r flf I Plir
"'141' l ia'k it lii'evi' iIr il l it tglin ally
"A, l dlot!" Ii" ;- miirla'it ilhleiln F I fully.
"I'larrletft will I v liaii 1 e ( ril hMi.slzaed
-iitifntlg ,, 1'tlle Iei' lit, i 'i.Jni edi
"W'ihy. mll1 uallvir," lite liolvi'd In eatth..
Ia iir firnli4. "wihil Icl -'von l ie'e n ly
hleli liii rili~i<>nl'is talk uihouat .alts?"-
Now Vyorh Mull.


NOw IKzViplvs "r Trlf.
A commlrn loni of exprts, iapoitiitod
by the (German .Mlnlser of War. is
conductinK a serles of ek'perlrnents 'to
test the-praetheiil vlilleO pf A" irw ex-
ploMive named iloplrlit. and a t.iw gui
elstlruetd to diilicharge it.' '1o fat
1S.,ulmlt* of Ith itralts iae hlill
1 t.i ophra tlf ' 'Jwi l a- &LjUM@ 4k.M j" ..I.


Iii ll all og ,uiincet'. ii l, uai'ein'.l Iiin b'
eox I'l 4,( Icc i lov i turefatti vl cIaI fn Di III (list
10il 11i11111,141. 'l'lIm 0oie(tAeI.' ll 0111 1 D.4-1, 'J
prEl 01' D ItED 1i. 114- 11. 11111t1Iie'r IIarl 1 c1 U J11
1i a'it u irp D~ing l..T sirfll('0iiil fl.111(114i % li
llot gumem jmminviwil by thai Illinip. whiebl
IN l'Itm-G'led Iit' 1i11 1(DD4IPaWiil~iy, Icau14lnit
wiullre.13' a roun ad I tie 1411M1im i jie t'Dii'fel(-
Inig to tin Ianhue'. itell~epteIto ~plai'evlIii
tilt! hlent PDINNI4ige. VtIIP effect IN to tit-
v~ii111V 14-11 etP68811 ga' iwitha Eit 4l0IcillI
W1111 I MI. da letlig 111411t 911i41114 171' 011f1iat 1110i
1l11i IcIilii c Nell I I~lia in'DNIlosy 11111-61co"at-
phe't'il iii il m i~i. m I .erot or liiiNoveoa.
1111 i p 1141111111-i id (ec l io ii, Virf li or*
for 6'ook hgiii'm, rit I it btin'ilag.

THlE NEW CANADA

Thinallt Iaijtriatli_4iq. I-3nYR LofidoaaAli-
141%PiI'S1, 1411111 1`101M o itvlnehllgy Iliau

wthiy11143 'eyen of 11t itI(l-lI D1iy [tal
ewi fil' e liiwunhl lii pon Imtaied (t ho Ltlu(iiil-

T1he N4f1 Illri-VC. I I,pIIhromptntU the total
111-11 f tilt, (lii I'iivliie of Milanlitoba, adm4













the Territerles Of AmlinflluulaAlhatsVh

In all. The lthalmeed D44i1vIII'. B. salowg
Mbe lRlEn otf IlItaiugood tfor fiirpstuip-

equari'. A, Ini Duo laud ait prmnqt 1Imd4M'.

('cntreoforcultivated litid ta'.but a 'dot
on the great expainse ot l4nd *ulttgbto
for t~ilumig. FMMOB tba~t, 1ttie. blat-lg dot'
over itinfi11104 buo~fl 0 vioull sumo'rts
of grain wee ttiiplp *at 7eiqr. MoRst
will -itile ,b"A WAA IIIIW tfile whottG -.
Are tn 4 '4,110 plow ?

greater b1t9.


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", I i e I eThe Gainesville Star comment
D. E. GODWIN, on our article in last week's issue
as follows:
i hdltor and Proprietor. e disagree with the DeLan
,.. News When it says 'One blind tige
Entered April 28, 103, at Gainesville, ruins more boys that a dozen opei
Fla,, as second-class matter, under 1Act of saloons.' The open saloon ruin
S Congress of March 3, I79. more boys apd men than the bliU
7i"- a Frida, tiger does. Not everyone who wi
Published every Tuesday and Friday, patronize an open saloon will .ps
S at $1.00 a year in advance, ronize a blind tiger, ad ubt, ever
S5 Cents for Six Months, one who can gain adpfi*lon into a
25 Cents for Three Months. open saloon can gin Odtilssion lin
.- a blind tiger.. T .e. open saloon
ADviRTISING RATES. the most dangerous but a perso
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents who rUn'. bhld tiger is not ol
S a line for each Insertion. doing br4.,busineas, but lie is dc
Space for display advertisements priced ing t.iti violation of law, and wi
on application. lie tbout it when about to be at
S- prohended; therefore we repeat
We wonder how the President's (and we have no apologies to offl
conling message will deal with for it) that a white nman who wi
run a blind tiger is nteaner and fa
t,. those post office frauds, more dangerous, than is the negr
crap shooter."
We wish we could please all the Trap shooter."
To all of this the News agrees
friends of all the candidates, but But, in the opinion of the write:
we can't, and that settles it. drinking liquor to excess is a di,
ease, a most abominable habit, an
Alachua is-in many respects-- a great misfortune to the drnk<
the most prosperous county in as well as to his family. But doe
Florida, and we don't care who not the blind tiger manufacture
knows it. race of liars and law-evaders? An
knowstare not these worse than the poc
the ... unfortunates who succumb to tl
e the Governor is not very curse of drink? Just as soon
favorably impressed with the very public sentiment condemns the sa
,f, poor progress Mr. Jennings is mak- of liquor, it must stop. So long
i lg in the Senatorial race. public sentiment condones. liquid
drinking it will continue, wheth,
Some of our exchanges opine a county is "wet" or "dry."-D
that candidates should pay more Land News.
for their advertising, and with The News agrees with THi STAI
those exchanges we agree. and Tiu STAR agrees with tl
o g News, so what, and where is tl
The Jacksonville Trades Carni- difference? We were berated I
val-the first week in November- the Pensacola News for saying
will doubtless be a big thing for blind tiger operator is lower than
Jacksonville's business men. negro crap shooter, and that pap
.quoted the DeLand News as di
We do not believe the friends cussing the question in a more se
of ex-Senator Call would like to sible manner. We replied to t
see him enter the Senatoril race at Psacola News, and told when
this time. No one likes to see his we disagreed with the DeL
friend suffer defeat. News. The Pensacola News hadi

The Lakeland Sun says there the courage to reply to our repi
are people who belie Senator Tal- but the DeLand News quoted fr<
laferro. Lookout brother; you the reply and was frank and hont
may be causedd of using "unparlia- enough to say of it "To all of tl
."^ knentary" language, the News agrees." etc. Now, to
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There is talk of war between We too, believe that drinking
Japan and Russia. It may look liquor to excess is a disease, but we
like a big undertaking for Japan, believe also that the disease-like a
but if the war comes there will be great many of other diseases-is
no fun in it for Russia. brought on by the carelessness or
What. of f President Roose- bad acts of those who become dis
velt does carry a pistol? Doesn't eased. We believe that nothing
Hettie Green carry one also? And short of the religion of Jesus Christ
Sshe could buy the whole Roosevelt will cure the disease In very niaty
family e cases, after the patient has become
family several times over, thoroughly sick, and God knows

An exchange says "Florida has we sympathize with the drunkar i.
several political bushwhackerss' We agree that the blind tiger
whocertainly need a slush fund," manufactures "a race of liars anid
but falls to name them. It ought law-evaders," and we know that
to name the bushwhackerss." the salon does the same thing.
-- -- We know that there are more blind
The fellow who tries to do the tigers in a community where Hicens-
right thing in the right way and ed saloons exist than where there
makes a mistake, is worth a cow are no licensed saloons, for certain.
pen full of the fellows who avoid ly nine-tenths of the liquor peddled
making mistakes by doing nothing. out by negroes and low down white
men is furnished by the proprietors
Today the local option election of licensed saloons, if it were not so
is being held in Nassau county. who can believe that proprietors of
The advocates of the liquor traffic licensed saloons wotld stand ever
and the advocates of peace and ready to go on the bonds of men
prosperity are measuring artis, and -convicted of selling liquor illegally?
we sincerely hope that the right The licensed saloonists are the
wi1l ready bonds'nen for the blind tigerti,
Of course when a man becomes a and if they were not partners in the
candidate the newspapers are ex- crime surely they would nlot come
pected to drop the "Mr." and use to the assistance of unlawful coin-
"Hon.'-' wlien speaking of him, petitors.
and in view of this fact Florida A blind tiger operator is a persuot
editors should order a lot of extra who sells liquor without a license.
upper case "H's." No manm is licensed to sell on Sun-
day, election days, to minors or to
Hon. James E. Broome has re- intoxicated persons, and every one
turned from New York and is who so sells is a blind tiger opera-
getting among the voters. Wher- tor. Where there are no licensed
ever Broome goes lie makes votes. saloons to hide behind, illegal sell-
Senator Broome has been in Gaines- Ing is more noticeable but there are
ville several days, antd lie is meet- fewer blind tigers where there are
ing with much encouragement. no licensed saloons.
The Senator would make an ideal We agree that when public senti-
Secretary of State, and he certainly ment condemns the sale of liquor
deserves all he is asking for. "it must stop," the same as mnr-
Sder, and other crimes stop-not en-
Stockton couli not speak to evry tirely, but to a large degree-and
Voter in the district when he was at ublicrlysentiment has condee-ed
Pusota Gorda, but his enemies have the sale of it in this county, as was
so advertised hifnt liat the horny shown by the result of our wet and
handed sons of toil are beginning d by thi result of oar wet aud
to call for the Puita Gorda speech, dry election in June last, and the
and it i3 now scattered all over sale is stopping as fast as other
Florida in patmphtlet form mid is crimes stop when the law says stop.
being read by thautsands who never Just remember this, our brother,
would have heard of it vu e for of the DeLand News: If the ma-
Stockton's enemies, and it is cer- jority of blind tigers were not li-
tainly a vote maker fo Stockton icesed saloon annexes, the saloon
Sman would not go on the blind
A few people, whose nature is to tiger's bond.
ridicule everything that pertains to Tne. tMan who favors. licelnsing
IlHgion, have ridiculed the Salva- salooI at all, should not kick
rrmy for going into the fude against having a saloon next door
of Kentucky aruled with to his home or place of business
O conquer a lawless people Such- dens of immfaUy Must be closes
stnd guns have failed to sonebody-if they exist at all- r
to t.is beginning to a the me who are responsible
h.e press of tlhe for their existenc-.should not con-
ounry ti Army plain if they loated.arthem.
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The Congressional race in the
Second district will be the hottest
ever experienced there. Watch
Clark artd Dougherty come down
the stretch neck-and-neck. There
will be no Barrs in their way.-
The Florida Cracker.
Certainly "there will be no Barrs
ii their way." How could Bairs,
who will be a mile ahead, be "iu
the way?" Jim Alexander will be
raising the dtist in the intervening
space-between the leading Barrs
and following Clark and Daugherty
-but he will be (at esmough ahead
of the ne k-and-uec pair to be.out
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fc t, ( F^V1 r l il.i-- 4UI,.C j"u. Lle Otlu .

Uncle Mark Hanna is '680 years
old. and consequently doesn't care
to participate in joint debates in
which he has nothing to gain and
much to lose.---Tamnpa Times.

More than half the murders and
crimes of violence, of which Italy
ranks first among all nations of
Europe, are attributed to alcoholic
excesses.-Bartow Courier-Infor-
mant.

Mr. Carpenter.it his speech said
communications to the press from
advocates of the saloon were always
anonymous. They have been so
here so far in the campaign.-Na'-
san County Star.


l arl L." -.I U lo aiai r. Ile 3. l4n)
>een crying with a loud voice
against Callison and Alachna cotin-
y, and has tried to lead his readers
o believe that Ttiu STAR has fail-
ed to expose a great orime, butt
vheu THR STAR published last
Friday the fact that the charges
had been investigated by the Law
and Order Lengue ol Gainesville,
and by two bodies of Alachnua
county gravu jurymen, and that
each of the bodies failed to find
any evidence, against Callison, the
Banner refused to state the fact to
its readers. We also informed
Editor Harris that the man who
wrote one of the letters about
which lie is ranting is Brakes, at-
torney, but the noble Harris refused
also to give this information to his
readers.
If the editor of the Ocala Banner
wants to be fair and honorable why
does he not let the public know
that the case iU Alachua county
about which he has had so nunch to
say was investigated by the grand
jury-not once only but twice-
and that he was exhonorated by
those sworn bodies of Alachlua
county citizens? Why was he un-
willing to say to his readers whom
he had.. been trying to prejudice
against a citizen of Alachua coun-
ty that-according to an Alaclina
county newspaper-thle case had
been investigated by the proper
authorities, and that no canse for in
dictuient was found? If the Ban-
ner editor is not hired to do so why
should he Ignore the sworn' testi-
mony of thirty-six of as good citi-
zens as are in Aladhna county, and
by his continual contemptible
harping virtually say that these
men were all perjurers, and the
Law and Order l~eaguie was cumt.
posed of men who endorse murder,
.while tiLe County Conmmissioner:
of Alichlu t county are a body o
men who wink dt itimurder, iand ;tie
therel'sre, no it.r thaii iimiuideni.ts
Hlid Fditor iairri- l tlni :i hhii
mian lie would have let lii. re.t
ers know that the Callison caist
had been investigated ilrit
thoroughly than any iturder casti
was ever investigated in Ma7iom
county. lie would also have lei
his readers know that the Iledel]
letter lie put in their homes w.n,
written not by a disinterested citi.
zen, but by ian attorney in the case
Has Editor Harris acted fairly ii:
this matter? We leave the qu(ic.-
tion with his own neighbors and
friends, and we fear not the restill
of their answer.

BETTER KEEP QUIET.
When John N. C. Stockton
innde the remark that a certain pa-
per had sought to fleece him out of
a bank roll for its editorial influ-
ence, he told the unequivocal and
positive truth. The Tribune has
been mortified at reading the cou-
tents of that letter, nnd it was also
gratified to read n copy of Mr.
Stockton's reply, which, in a gen-
erous nid mnagnanitmous manner,
told the young editor tlhant hie was
not in thIe newspaper business, nnd
regretted his intabillity to coniply.
with his request, butt referred hint
to his opponent, who desired amld
needed all of the purchasable sup-.
port that hlie could get. In a few
weeks, however, thle policy, of the
said paper was changed and now
Mr. Stockton is getting the rough
end oftlhe deal, and unless things
change very materially, the Tri-
butne would not be surprised to see
that letter in print. The guilty
party had better keep (quiet.-


Stockton is gaining ground every
(lay. It is reported on good au-
thority that lie will get at least two-
thirds of the votes in Hillsboro
county. He has a clean record,
has always been for the people,
and the voters are going to remem-
ber this.--Madison Recorder.

''Those editors who have credited
Mr. Stockton with saying a whole
lot of ridiculous things at Punta
Gorda which lie did not say will
find themselves convicted by the
people who are reading the Stock-
ton speech in full. Truth is mighty
and will prevail.-Polk County
News.


Wheu the time comes for Mr.
Taliaferro to choose between the
great common people and the great
corporations-should that time
come before he is retired-where
will he stand? Mr. Taliaferro is
not far enough removed from cor-
poration influences. The people
will choose his successor.-Monti-
cello News.

"Barrs, the Jacksonville states-
man and politician has a fine
chance to go to Congress from his
district. lThere being so many can-
didates in the race, well known and
astute political prognosticators pre-
dict his overwhelming election.
There is no doubt about the gen-
tleman's ability and being a fine
mixer and a polished gentleman;
he is gaining friends and supporters
every day.-Tampa Morning
Tribune. -. ,


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T'.-: Q-. W^I. m -.'.. ,,'- ." STATE PREM. CLIPPIQPS..
s The Ocala Banner cl'alit- "fair- A fellow in Atlanta is suing a
e ness an ote of its cardi pal virtues," landlady beeausd the .bed-bugs
but if fairness is a cardinid virtue knawed on him at night.-Orystal
Swith the Banner it certainly fails 19 River News.
Sshbow it on some occasions. The
is Bauiner has been snapping at T"JiI Aguninaldo has secured a job on a
d. STAR like a fice at a mule's heels railroad. NeFt thpg we hear cf
t- for some time. The editor of Lhe h-im lie will be oig'aniziug a trust.
Banner has Lbeen claiming to be'-Tampa Tribune. .,
,n deeply interested in what lie seems --
to to think is a great crime that has Don't expect too much from the
is been committed in Alachua county. "quill pushers" when they return
n He has had much to say about the from Gotham. Give them a chance
,y kr 'lllc-^.i nff i H lin Pet nto t r it-Lake IlIkBtler Str


Gaiiesville, ,- l. in:l(l b letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
Orice in Miller's ].\ t:xcn'.ni'e. La

ARTIUI.PS OF INCORi'ORATION
Notice is lihereby given that icitf i-1 .:nl. **<11-:943041441@< C tt Crr
flay of October., A. i ., 19-4, O Wll.- nii ESTASLISHED 1865 -~
slg.iid will ally to It-s .xmlte.t. ,. IHE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY. j
tIorida, for TIvtterrs t'ati-, iiprim i. t Oalnesville, Florida.
Charter pr l posed arelw. i ". 'li.- i.etioh of tile a first consideration for the investor.
S1.. M. u. A' Ara f Titl To aiy piece of land ini Alaclua Coulty An
S. i \Vv i bl UI I furianished on ppltiltllo
'. ,. .. AXES RETURNED AND PID. All bIushiess given prompt and careful a
N.te irt.s o' INCR NeiD rPA Ai mention. S
A r <,.1 >B. R. COLSON, Manager.
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"The (;aiviet,~ilie IltiuirigiiVw1i .Ij
Cnnajany,"'andlit, imirillii!jdan .4 W.

If
l'fle general ll;tliie '(-f I ltIL' 111 i,1
IMe LriiTacted h%1 i;tiilc- i I.,ri0 i*. .ii.i
Iiiiiilier, alid Ol olie i rmrtlnfli iI 1 .1 jiili~ip I
Iiiill, anavid smhi tther hismvii- ii,..llt
thereto.


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rized by this ciorilp raLdtiiii i I ll I,, I l \ i i i
T housa nld I I Iv.),o> i., o> l all tht' 11111i i II I .,I, ,I.
her of hhiares being tw\r inii.nL.il |.
vail e of l eliCl i a.enile t i Ie I li I .1 I I I. -
lars ( liou.,o ,) '-cT i Tl ,ii ,nii ,,ll.r i .'I ,
(Io,oW. uot ) of the stock .hlial -n.wiI'. 12 p .
scriiedl for an l i .aii l aI n' it i. i i ,Iit l .1 i i,
calish or other i-oicmiil All,.%I -L.ic. ill -', 7 7 ,,1
be full pa li up whenli isspLi.1I ;n- I .h1.,l I I i p I I ,i
Uon-aisess.ble. 5 .;
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The term for which s;i.j ,i p -r.iti,.n H 7 2.,p Ii r,
shall exist shall he niillety.-iiin. .ti' i i 2 31'
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The business of t siil ci 111lpti.,tinli h ill1 N( RT'I1 .1 N1 II
be coudiicted bly n 'Pre-ailent, \ i. I'li. --- -.-- .
dent, General Manager ail Sand itliary mii I.v .j n .0.ii .ille
Treasurer, and a Ioarn itf aDirtcihr; i, l A.\r I lF i itinli-i
consist of three nietii ber-,, iii l i,] iti r .\cr ti iei i. i 'k .
olllcers as iay lie created il i ap iniii .\r i.NI- v:I i wili
by thIe loardl of IJirt-ctlois, or ,i- kliol I- AIr fiirf.x
ers. The business shall h econiducitl li by r I ien ,ii.rl -
J. I,. M edlin, P'resident; ] 1 'v1. iin, | \r i 'oluilil .
Vice-Presilentt; I M Rilt s, (.t I'l.i .\i L'.i i .Iit
Mblanager andl Secretary .idd Treas;iMii, i I l;.ii I, ..I
until there hm lil have Ibetii ;fin ,-l'tI ii tI Ai \'ilillnii; lio .
officers held I)y the stock l.ild( i., .idiil i l. .i i iitiL i 1'liit
til thesanie salill lave b eI 'llv ,u- -iiie-dil. r IR.li-ili .
The first nUi atil mieetiiig fr t hei ,-lteii'i.i .i 1 ort mniillth
of stockholders shall le i ln sthe t ll dail fIt ; i lilliuild, \ 1
January, A. 9J l i<-) l il on Lilt- I ir.t Ar \\ iislllgi-llO l
Tuesday of JanuSi y If1" tacli %-.ir lihi.- %i It lnin..e .
after, unless changed iy til- I \iw i,4i tlit \i i'hii,ieli. liiai
corporation. \ t--'. 'ork .

T he highest fmiiiiiin of iidl o lc,hii_-- ,s i hi ,-, I,""I-ti I n I .
liability to which the s.a i id iLlli ,,ii I rorai0 '
at any timIe sitlject itself. -hall ie li T .
Tioth satml (Ii oIi oo.oo 1 Dollii I rT I1', J'-ckslieivi
,il s ''itl-M it-'- lietwe
1 V I' .I. ,' 4 The names and re.di"1inct>i .1 h II -..l- Nin. 6 ,, S,io.,
scriberss to this proposed I-lirt..l:r air : ..ck-.1,i ii ll]I d lii
N. G. W atle, M unlitit il,, l :i t -,. -iillL- .inllI Ne
shares. 5Ns. 0.-i"lline
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Schedule Jif-ective June 28, 1903..

I UT-uL'HlN DIVISION. I 54 1 34 I
p l) Jacksonville . Ar io 5oa 15a 5 op
4"1) ..... Haldwitn . 10 12 3ua .1 .
S...... Waldo 8 20oa 4 o4a 2
31) Ar fcGAINESVILI.EI Lv 7 53a I
3,lp 1.v.%.) Ar 7 53a......
5.9) Ar Cedar Key Lv 5 15a .
l.v Silver Springs . .. 52,
O a I 55a 12- .11
Wllwood 12 t23a i st
Orlando . 7 oop 25
Dale City . 10 2p t,. -a
. plantt City. 9 aJ3P -j .s
S .. Palmetto ... 4 45P 7 .12a
Manatee 3 5Op 7 27
.. S rasota . ooa 2 o.p
Ar . Tampa . Lv oop 8
' \S'lT a f66 WEST & NEW ORLEANSM 6A


S4,511 7 14~P
'1 in 5,1 9 CLIP

.1 0 t9p 1 448
3 57P 220a.
-5 10 P 3 55P
7 401) .54a
. . p 12 oa
Is I iiiP 9 36a
I 1 .i 53 1)0 u45R
8 OI(a5 35P
1 -t) 35R1 3 12P
11 i 2,5aRi1i125P
i 36p 2 5La
1 1,1)16 30R1


Lv Jacksonville . 3 4op 9 25a
Ar Lake City .... 5 51pit ua
Ar Live Oak ... 6 35p. 2 1
Ar Madison . .7 55P 12 t p
Ar Monticello . 9 iop 3 3 p
Ar Tallahassee .. 9 40o 3 25p
Ar Quincy ... ..... 4 17p1
Ar River Junction . 5 osp
Ar Pensacola . . 10 i5op
Ar Mobile . . 2 55a
Ar New Orleans . . 7 25a
Lv Jacksonville . . -p
Ar racoii . . 3 4ua
Atlanta . . 7 5a
Chattanooga ........ 2 osp
Nashville . . 9 2op
St Louis . . 7 3,a
Chicago ........ 9 1a


or Pdlietto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota on 3r, except Salur.
ville.
Seaboardl Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
lle and New York. via Richmond and Waanington, Vestibuled
enii Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
icksonville.
nrd Mail, day coaches~nlail, baggage and express cars between
\ashiington, anid drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack-
York.
is at Staik for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
id at i\rclier with l-arly Bird branch.
7, Pulllmain sleeper hIetween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
ey West and I Iivana. Leave Port Tampa sunday, Tuesdays and
N E-L., Ass't ,Gen Pass A entt I kn 1,....l:11- Ti,


Editor Jordan returned from
New York Wednesday night and
will be ready the coming week to
resume the argument with Brothers
Hawk and Godwin, if they wish.-
Punta Gorda Herald. Oct. 9.

The Jacksonville carnival man-
agers are amusing themselves aind
the Jacksonville public by inviting
all the "crowned heads" and un-
crowned rulers of the universe to
attend the festivities-Pensacola
Press.

Eight hundred dollars were found
sewed tp in au old tman's pants at
Bartow, after lie was dead, It
won't be any use to look through
ours after we are gone-that man
wasn't an editor.-Citrus County
Chronicle.

Hon. W. M. Holloway, superin-
tendent of public instruction for
Alachtta county, will run for State
superintendent. He is a good and
capable nman, which fact, being
well known, will make hint a strong
candidate.-Punta Gorda Herald.
--- ---
The people of this section desire
to have a successful educator rath-
er than an experienced political
wire-puller in the office as State
school superintendent, and for this
reason they are going to support
Mr. Holloway. -Palatka Times-
Herald.

The Gainesville Star, conituent-
ing on the position of the Index.
says: "That's the way to talk it;
Brother Appleyard. If the news-
papers and officials will do their
duty there will be but little drunk-
enness and rowdyism in LakeCity."
-Lake City Index.


U3XPeCUTOR'S Al.1. .
Under and by virtue oif the uthiorit
vested in me as Executor of thel la.t sill
Ruid testamntent of Arlhtir Mis, dtct-e.u. l,
I will sell at iuhIlic .iiUtcry, bifore ht
court house door, in Ihe city of I ;,iilnes-
ville, Alachua county), Florida, on 'itu. .
day, the 29th day of October. A. 1). 1) 9o.
for cash, to the highest asni lest ihlc'tr.
between the legal hours of sale, nil that
certain lot, piece or parcel of lainl. situ
ated, lying and being in the ciuinlv sf
Alachua, State of Florida, parlticulairlk\
known ad described as follows, to-wil':
South half of L.ot 2, south-ec-., '4 iilf
south-west 'I of Sectioni 27, To\tsli iip ,i
Range iS, T'ogether witli l i a il sim i-
lar the tenements, hereditamentii.t m- t'.11-.
pertenances to the SRaie. beloinging or ini
any wise appertaining.
CnRISTOr.ii l MATiSuttIN,
executor.


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Store, Gainesville, and Postoffice Drug 'ave. W.P. GARR-TT ART Co.,
Store, High Springe St,iudiios i and 12, Miller Law' Exchange,
GaineavlUle, Fia.

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'Advances Imade. Warehouse charges free, "imI offe.i,


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State of Florida, / I. C.. C)lilt, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
Alachua County. i
Personally ceniL before ti. 7i I. 1. ! and I1 W ynn, each ol \h .lil l.>.1ini.. .,..
tie well known, severallv l i %rnot.l. I _,lg,.'l
that they each sigl the I.- i... (jainesv i ll e & G ulf w
going propul Chdi.iarter tn il iLnL i 111 1e1Lw yl
and for thie uses an. pur p -lir .. lheri n
set forth and contained. I Time Table in Effect July 5. 1903.
T'akI n and nacknowledged I ,Itv. il4 ,- n I
tils lothi dl y of A.\llgllt. .\ 1. I p "
[S ^A 1. ] I ':. I 1\ :. 1.1 ) ,.No. 1. No. a. o. &
Notary I'ublic .itaL e ol I<. l4 ll i i D.ii No.i. O
Large. My coniI.Osion e lr., i : i Dsily. I D S'rArONS. Dally. Dally, ar
he r C, 9 003 .,D a i ly .IDa i l y .a e e jA
er 9, 103. Sunday.
State of l'orila,I, / .. .... .. .
I.evy County. % i,.M v p.M r.v AM Ar P. M. I Ar A. M Ar p.
'Persoin llvy aime lere le i. [1. .; .. Pairfietld .. 00a i
lii to tile well kItnoi i, wi i(, .ilck inowl Irvin ..... .... ..... .. 5
edged that lie signed l tlie an.bove at, l e- ul e .anth de ...... .......
going proposed Cliarter in llthe. liii.ii .. ..I. H ckman .. .......... ........... a 86
and for the uses prpse .. lii Lake Simonton.................... 0
set forth and contains l. noy ..........
.set forth a d c ntii ..... Tacoma .... '................ .......... a 20
Taken itld acknowlcdgeil .ii.c 11. Kikwood ........
.rllIClya .. ..........t500
Oil this 27th day ol AigiisI, A. 1). iii. .. N I ...... ..Cleatt ..... ........4 6 0
[SEAL.] lt.NV" R. i.'i. N. 'B i Waca........... oota ..... ... ...... 4
Notary Public Stale i(f ll ida i it Iar. e Rocky Point ...... .
My coli,,iissio,, expires liI,,. .".. ..: ii ,ii ,. ,I',r.v 1,'5 { Calnatwille. 4.....43A 00
I I i- ) 7INB .. Bellamy.. 855 9 lb 98)
State of Viloriin il ,5 7 .........Cyril........... 8 40 900
I.U 7 2; ....rahalni.... 82) 8 1 80
Levy County. I I. i ...
Personally came before ,,ie N to tie well known, who aci'kni>i,% lg.d ....jack vileJ.& ......
Lhat be sigiieil the nlhoie Sl dforcgoing Lake City, G. S. & .... ''"" ".
itinth a in P ..Tnllahassee, S. A. 1,.. 4 p U.......
proposed Charter in Lhie,.u>nKr I, ,d I' or I n 1 11 )a......Valdosta., G. 8. P... 4 p 1 P 51 .
the uses and uirpose. anstilierin t.I foTrlIih 4 I 10 p ...."Macon, M S. a S& .. A a is4a ..........
and contained. Sr M i r '- I' .. Atlanta. C. ofGa... 7 00 .
Taken aud iickniowld.elgod 1lif le ic I r A A A I TAr 1 M Lv A l. Lv P. M.
this 17th1 any of August. A. I). i.,'. -. .
[st..] FRANK. F.. CNIAuI IhI., JAS. M. GRAHAM. Pre ldent.
Notary Public State at l.argt. <(>4in- L. M. BARKER, Gen. Supt
mission expires Septlcineber I, i,.,., J. F. HILL Agent.
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