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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: November 13, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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,'C T T-'lD TO TIE .F MOItAL. BT-SINTESSA A nTD POLrITICAO^ ITIIIETESTS Of CITY-, COUNJTT rAJLD STAT.
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VOLUME I ,- ..INI:SVILLnj. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 19o3.
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10. 58


ORLANDO AND


ORANGE COUNTY


The I'ople linlcrested in (inmilI
streets and .(;aoip Kolads.


THINGS SEEN AND) IIE.Rl.


Ladies. Shade Trees. Lakes,
Convkts -A People Who
Believe in Advertising.
The Star editor Ipeit l thel dav \Wvc.lies
day in thle eiaWutiful amidl iale ait.ike little
city of Orlando, and I lihe tin t ri)-lei I. to
tind that city sumcli a ltiliim nrll r. Ili lie
very inil>ortant mni tter ,.f .1.a.la-. :mial
rosds, Orlanlo anil (ir.ainge .-coiti'y aire
far ahead I of I .ailiie.sill, :In.1 A. laci ia
county There is liot leiiig vert inillcll
said about streets and ito.ls ;.:nii tlit't,
but those lpoplle are going .iaic-Al a.ii
building thelie. Clay is Ieing iiimsd tlitre
for street and road llbuilltig. IanIl we are
told by those \vlio are ill a poUI;ioll to
know, that the tliorouglifares thun ci.m-
structed give very getittal s.atitifactioni.
Convicts are used to build roads, alnui
they are transported Il cells lonstruclaed
on wheels, and while they umay c.miiap ,a
no one place two nights they suiv y i tlhe
same building every night. for thie prison
house on wheels is carried right aloii
with the gang. Chairman D)ickson, of
the board of coulity colnmisiisioners, sda s
the plan is the best yet tried by Iis prlo-
pie. He also says if tile soil around tOr-
lando was as fine ais we have irounil
Gainesville they woull soon have a wei-
derful -little city.
The people of Orangne county lbeliere
in advertising their advantages 'T1 et
are distributing thoui.sunids of lecrilp-
tive catalogues aniong |Iriaa.pveti c
home-aeekers and uivebstors I otherr
sections of thle State and cmiintirv,
and they do not seemi Il think iti cliine
for theur to pay tihe local pa)lr-, a t liiIlC
something for advertising. IiI slihrt. lie
people of Orlanldo aill ( irravil -e coutit .,re
clever, energetic, v ide-a ntwaka. :,iid l.
lieve ia advertising their cit) ;l1i..I a.'1111i '
among the people who are less I',.,irt l
and are looking Ftlorilanwnrnl.
No prettier ladies are to. lie fiJifnd n111)
where (except in Gaimesasills i l iii .ti al
those of OIlando, anld ii i- niiil .at -'l
surprising that thie (Irlilaati lai n -ti .t-
announcing that tllerc tire In LU.. \'t..iIl
marriages there right iotni, 11 IoI a ,,iii
We talked to several I,-taiii iient I ii-i
ness men while iln Orlaniidl .iiin i-f"
them say business was better %tellt-i lit"
town was dry than now, niil otlicr;s -.,
the reverse is true, andl )et ollt.rn .i ,t
they can see ino difference 'I'lie 1l aIl
mit, however, tlat the saloonL- arte Ier-cl-
era of crime, and thI aIhat selet.ll ,to
some like a failure of Iprollilolton lto pro
hibit is the result of a want of bainkbonar
and moral courage atuoiag thie olhiceia-
from tire highest to the lowest andl n
higher and more sacred regard for trnl;h
on the part of many uien when tlhcy are
put on the witness stand to testify ngainsl-
aa illicit velnder. Those wlho are not ftoi
a dry town are usually those slAo are for
an immoral town, or those wlho have lie
come disgusted with thie failine of tlhe
officers and witnesses to do their sworn
duty when illicit venders are up for trial.
But the better element. seeing the lbettcr
enforcement of the prohibition law ins
other counties' and having become con-
vinced that sentiment has changed
mightily for the better during the past
year, are becoming encouraged, aant
when an opportunity to vote on the ques-
tion of saloons or no saloons conies up
in Orange county again, we predict a glo
orlous victory for the drys.
Gainesville is ahead of Orlando in some
respects, but Orlando is ahead in other
respects. We have the prettiest shade
tree, but Orlando has the prettiest lakes.
We have the best street and road mate-
rils, but Orlando has the best streets-and
roads. We have the richest soil, but Or-
lando has the prettiest orange groves.
We are ahead as to churches and schools,
but Orlando is doing well. We have the
prettiest girls, but Orlando's are next to
oura.
Orlando seems to know better how to
manage her cdty prisoner' than we doj
Ots work em the streets in citizens
clothes, and are subject tThbe mistaken
for hired men, while Orlando's city prls-
opers work in stripes-the same as
county psrisaer- and p known as con-
victs wherever they are seen.. The city
authorities made this change not a very
great while ago, and the editor of the
SSealilet.eporler, published in Orlando,
tols'ut that having to wear the Istripes
w haaring a good effect in deterring
otbe fmotn mmuintting crime. Our city
*lathelties might learn a valuable lesson
fhit tlMos at Ortando. Certainly all
oaietfl adholid wear their ast:pes, so that
they can be dltlngu alhed from clt'zens..


Per wlI.


To h eV*m of Ad adla County.:
SI joiumai lyaelf a candidate
flee fl ri L bjlct to the


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A 11i %TAUOUA TRENION ITEMS.
. -lthn.l Hald by Our Iz.ns Th'lley Farmern Busy Not flany Quall Being
Serm to be Interested Shot -Cotton Out.
I' r i n as i inerit ,1 iif r -clr,' itaii i T'ientoin Sov II. Cal ie g--inliiing inlldi
S :it 1 ,'. ak. i lai.l..e T'l'nate laa.y after- hog lki'ling lbei.Kg at lhandl the.e will be
laii l. *r, .3i-, ai- .1 i tiht. ii.t r ai a Clii- no0 lore st.ai ovation in tVrese Ipart aAt I'ast
I Il I \.r I' it i -I'ilkJ 'l'lioise presenl for soiie tiune to come.
S: i 'll.; ...i l.. l 1,_ :i got.I h Time Ilarn oniiy lIapist A s.e c .o i ion co -. I
l,, I t ai*-~,Ilc f.,i i. ail-E i I.I veild ait Cherry Sink Bapi.it I lu.cs
'ail ;.>; an. re. ,''.I, a:t tto invcVul soitfe Suitnlay, and was a grandl success.
in i l .e'. It wall require ris S G. (;av ail leave today for
i.i' $.,,a, Ir,1:11 C i,1. ,tile :o ita e the )
Sh IIixgha Sp.liiLs, aid froin theie slie wi'l go
c-'i, l,, uI .... I.,I ,. io e press to t,. Louis, Mo., to loiln er husals.ll
viii .iieI h, i',.C. i1n0ol ei tickets to who is working there.
Cai il Il ta .it 1t 1 e .lll i tll .
S.h .,.,.tit ,, h.,i a liiew \e i. t and 1 F. W illianms ill leg:u
.talti., t,, i. rlts. It aill ell brace elas- giilndiing canle tonlo..-ow.
sW a ti 11.1 l, -liInly. iii.li', literature, Master Lee Colson goes to Newbe y
etrc I.., itt -,. it. e tiitrai.aiinniiLi t are salil- todaliy to cma.r hIs sister, Mrs. ( witlcrl iii t, ilt ie it )lu.isainl, anR l to take the Ianin for Iligh Sprini;.s. i
lelp Ila. eslxensies. Suclh a gathering \'ery few quail are be:.ig shot i.I this
,'%lillt be a lI-c tldd I elp to oiur people sectioni-lthe fa a.ers H e too hbusy fo) -
Sliholi. el lital'i y laslts aniil care iam Illing spoil yet awhile.
for iiinellertlual iniproveiiieiit. Cotton picking is about o e At least
u t.m a--itt.c.Parin lima -on I na rm.m


KNI(ITS OF PYTIIAS.
"Roll Call Meeting" a Great Success
-The Lodge Flourishing.
P'e'hail onite of tlle most enjoyable
OCc.iii' aua nI the largest ever i'i the his-
toiy ol MIt. Verimoi Lodge, No. 2W,
Kiiiglts of l'yhi;as, was the "Roll Call
Meeting" I'tiesday evening. Nearly all
tlie iit.nilbers of Mit. V'ernon I.odge, and
a goodly nu'trber of visitors, were present
-in all about one hunadredl-andl all ex-
pre se tl theLmselvesqs ihavilig lInad a most
enjoyable time.
'Te spical after the mileting was one
of thie fiiiest ever had in lhe city, atnd all
present dlid full justice to it
This lodge is one of the strongest in
lie State and is in a Ilouiishing coindi-
tion-n-ew members are being added coir-
,tanitly.

Dates for Speaking.
A:t the solicitation of certain of uiy
friends 1 h.ive consentedl to gie niiine
i p,.rtl to lpoliticas while in.,pecting
celiti nllinrll,-Is for tile purpose of deter-
mining uh llether ur no they are enlilled
to St.ile .llml ulder a recent act. IUp to
llIN lil.:- I ritve not nteinded a political
lit-liiI nIa r dlesotd olae day to politics,
.i tI l h-an It liei, ninii e dlays slall have ex-
inc'll I r)propo-eI t) resut uie iuy public
ltilithi- anilI lit te proper iaie arrives, ill n y
jIgiliiiatl to li c-gin the campaign for tihe
liliiilain.n: I- l .f nexl 'e i. .
I all iinlr li I II lie people to lisciis public
0 1u sc.li.. .i, Aii.I I, litics, at tie follow inig
plic nariidl I tiea:
1,il.,. ". .lIni .! i\ di i Noveminbc-r IS.
11.i 'lnin a. 'laIirs-Il.i Ia,iY. Nov I,)
,lI i- .. I,\ I i\igh l, Nov it.
Ni l t i a nll t i l l o 21.
aal. ai, M .a,., Ia), ,lay, Nov 1.
llita i iring-. -. nti-,dal i gha N v. 24
1 At.io-,Ve, \% tlnlesI.ily, dIa. Nov. 25.
Lameitliivlle, 'trl''ny. Nov 27.
ikt" ll aler, atl l rd a, lay y,a Nov. 2r.
.% I )ilaentilos all are earnestly re-
i lu .tc-li a ii t ie'.l it, ettail tune will lie
accordt illih. l The searchlight of truth
vill e thilirosii nIli i l e Booker Wash-
Lisgtnl incident aindl othiSr matters itis-
reprcseltinag c la nd icircuNlted to mny i'l-
jtry.
'audiilates for other offices cau address
llie audience after tihe candidates for
state rilnpeintelndent tof Pl'hiic Instruc-
tion l sill liase slxsken.
lt pieeel ful ly,
\'.s N. SSIII.A

Foot Ball Today.
Wcedneslday's Tmiimes-Uniin says; "'The
Jacksonville Rifles are practicing daily
for their game with P.ast FPlurida Se i-
imary, wlichI iso to take place at the
Driving P'ark Friday afternoon. The
Semniiary I))ys have beeii making their
boasts that they would clean up the Ri-
ltes, and, hearing of this, Manager Mar-
/yck has had hisr men on the field every
day. The Rifles are confident of success,
aid claim that they will win easily. The
liae-up for the Rifles liat not been de-
termined, butat is to be the strongest
eleven which ever walked out on a Flor
ida gridiron. The game is to take place
at the Driving Park, and the indications
are that there will be a la.ge attendance.

Boston Starn.
One of the most pleasing entertain-
ments that will visit Gainesville this sea-
son is the Boston Stars who will appear
in the audiloritm Saturday night.
The management of the lyceum course,
which consis's of Prin. J. H. Fultls, L. C.
Snith and Mr. t)orsey has made arrange-
ments to devote ll e proceeds of the sea-
son's entertaluments to the improvement |
of the school and the founding of a school
library; and every person who has the
cause of education at heart. will take
added pleasure in patronizing the lyceum
eaourse.

Have you tried Giddings' Hair Grower?
Others have tried it sand prnoanced .it
qeood. For sale at 8. B. Giddings- Drug
hto.e, oalneavUle, and Postoffice Drug
Store, High Springs.
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govpers omtp. c at of me c a -en na
Vested..


In flemorlam.
I l thedeatli of Brother Jamies II. Jotnes,
which occut red In August last, the chu. ch
a.id coanmunity at l1aliiner have suffered
irreparable loss.
For several years Hro. Jo.nes had been
the guiding star of Methodism in the
seciioJ where lie lived, hltinself seeking
andi finding a deeper religious experience.
With an earnest desire to serie God
a:idl declare a free salvatio., to all
mnen through simple faith in tihe L.ord
Jesus Christ, lie became teacher of the
Ilible class in the Sunday School, and
class leader of the district. wo-klug cou-
staatly for the spread of the K.ngdonm;
a constant help to all those who needed
assls'anice in tleir walkt of faith," and
althloulh death came to him suddenly
it found hint ready for thle change, or
'Hlie causeth his servHlits to lie down in
peace."
Our brother has joined the "blood
washed throng," while we are left to
mourn his departure. May the example
of his life stimulate us to the fulfilutelt
of every duty, and Lo the cultivation of
thaa: faith whil'c' will sus:-i.i In ihe ldull
Ilourol cdeatll; aud, like -ut, miay we lie
always ready for our depai;ure.
Ilis .' ends and Comipanions,
0. S Coss.
: E. W!ui'.;TR.

A Receipt
I)o not cut out the receipt below, for
cutinig it ouit woult spoil your paper--
iidl tlat shlo ill not be done -but send
$1. X), H11d we sill senIi tonu a properly
lille out aind signed reieipt, like the fiol
low.ng, except it sill lie larger, and look
liettet:
G>ainiesville, n'l ., 1 .
Received of M . . ..

S for subscription to
TIiK(. .%I NI.S!Vi.I.. TwICKt--WaICI.K S'TAll
roin . .190 to .. ... I. o .
1). t. GonDwIaN. ldr..
Per . .
'fHr STAR is published eirery Tuesday
aid Friday, at the small price of ONIC
DOI.I.AR a year-less than oN it CKNT a
copy. It matters not what other papers
vou are taking, you ought to have Tur.
GAINItVII.L- TWICib-A-WXXK STAR, es-
pecially during the present and coming
State and county political campaign.
Subscribe today. If you cannot come to
town today, and cannot send the money
now, write us a postal card and ask that
your name be placed on our subscription
list, and then seud us the money as soon
as you carn.

Important Notice.
Our contract with the Argo Portrait
Company, of Chicago, will end January
ist next. All customers holding tickets
for sr5 in trade, and 63.50 for a frame,
will call and select frames between now
and January Ist, as everything will be
settled by that time, and all frames not
sold will be returned to the company.
This Is togive all our customers ample
time to get ra.tures and select frames, so
there 'II be no dissatisfaction.
)'DONALD & SAUNDEKH4,
Gainesville, Pla.
November 13-6t.

S He Never Had.
"A certain editor on being asked if he
bad, ever seen a bald-headed woman,"
says an exchange, "replied in the follow-
ing vein: "No, we have not; nor have we
ever see a woman waltzing around town
in her shirt sleeves th a cigar in her
teeth and inning into every es~oon she
saw. We never saw a wonan go fishing
with a bottle in her pocket; sit o- the
damp ground all day, and come home
drunk at night. Nor have we ever seen
a woman yank off her cot and swear she
could lick any man in town. God bless
her, she's not built that way.'"


Scloel sbeen M-t
The regular mntbly metling of the
Boead of Public InaLtr a., havlin been
postponed fwo the irst TuMeday I No.
vembr to t oodmeml Tsday, st In
Sept. Holtoways* SO Tusday. A fl
basd was prerst, 1I0t obr bnie sot
batog sasMelial ticP ': tL, i: ICs
siw S sa.ay Wmiqr.


Geo. Wv. fuasite'n, ser ior menimler or
Slie fin of G. W. las.erlan & Co., High
Springs, was trla'nacting bui.iess he.e
'tuesday.
Ci;dings' Hlair Grower does the work.
For Sale by Dr. S. U1. Giddings, c.aines-
ville, anil the Iostoflice Drug Store 1High
Spr;iCnks, Vla.
Mr. R. 1,. Ivey, of Ocala, who Is a
proatiiient naval sto.-es man, aud an old
f.'eltd of the Star etli'or, spent last niglit
inI the city.
If it is Job printing you want just senal
your order to the star. It will have
prompt attention, anid work aud prices
will suit you. If
Dr. Thomas is out on the steels agnin,
after a veryseve.e at ack of psihmna. The
doctor savs he hiad a st Jgl;e to keep out
of the h'.nds of Mr. McClellan, hut :*iat
by hard work he succeeded.
blr. i. BB.(Codwimn of High Spri-lgs,
and Mr. C. II. Crisnman of Micauopy, are
authorized to *ike subscriptions.and col-
lect fo- T'lK STAI. See them about it
J. G. Harrold, who was burned out
recently, lhas opened uip h:s ma-ket andI
grocery store in the building rece.itly va-
catedl by Carter Bros., on .he south side
uf the square. Success to him.
Varnished rooms with privilege ot cold
and hot bath. Unfurnished rooms, andl
rooms for light housekeeping, lor rent,
by Mrs. L. A. Thrasher, East Main St.
lIditor Olive. J. Farmer of 'he Ievy
Times-Democrat, was a fraeCl ial caller at
the Slta office rhis morning, liro.her
Farmer Is gi 'ig the people of lBonson
and Levy county a good paper.
M.'s. S. W. LeGrande has moved her
stock of m'llinery lo the lAore next to
Johnson Uros., on *hle west side 6o the
square, and has now one of the nearest
and prettiest millinery stores in' the city.
You will find some beautiful new pat-
terns in china and glasware, In our
chini department, second floor. Give us
a call before purchasing. C. mith.
Messrs. J. IH. Walpwaight and W. E.
Bryant, who have beun quite low with
typhoid fever, and are now considered
out of danger, and their friends sepect to
see them ale to be out of their holies
soon.
In our jewelry department you will
find an elegant line of clocks, which in
both ornamental and time-keeping quall-
ties can not he excelled anywhere. L. U.
Smith.
Aflte J. A. Goodwin returned from his
hubat Tulesday morning he decided to im-
mnediately send for "Black" (the large
St Bernard dog) whca has arrived, and
now Mr. Goodwin will regain his repu-
laion as a bunter.
If your hair Ims booming thin try Old
dingp Unparaleled Barr Grower. For
sale by JDr, I. oikddiga, Goatsille,
nd t PotoSoe Drug Store, lligli
Springs.
Miss OWUe Carpnter retu.Jn Iron
Tallaiasses Mondayij. Wn -h had go
to aruas the Clouagh-va wading.
be rmpoulft. one ad til mt bMl t1
f lla d awll veddlal tim v otng plon


SIfrS e ptld ty .
I~ccr# Jer~4


What is the use o ai c:ty own;.ig water-
works, aid ;iCe ...eets so du.ilty as to
breed disasase anuo ig '.ie i ilatlIanin?
If our people want No ilte;ii people fo
visIt o.ir cl.V anl iavest the'r money
ihe c, it is iinecesasiy for us lo "I: up"
and make their a iy ple-sa it. People
inay come lie e Oi-Ce io our (ha .ii!tlsi,
o; I'ille ic Co' rre'n, la.e a lntn s.hies ee.s
anid roidls ae put i a i,..ie. o lir, Ilhcy
will Iiat co.aie tlhe scionlld I'late b..o'l.
What ilitluceuieii.s Iiavn we rL off', to
vis!'ors to hi-iig I lirir Iciryc'le o- auto
niobilts he-e for plea.sire or p.'oflt Let
the Iien interested I .i the fitiincial wel-
fare of the city tli'ank alioutI the natter.

A Wtrlepread VaialIs.
In these days thteru s'eul to be au
many wrller a tlhero are reandors. The
spread of authorslhlp nnd Ito egregious
pride I liht off In this dialogue from
the lllegeudo Illutter:
A Igost at a hotel tible reading the
bill of tare says. "Your bill of fare Is
greatI"
"I am glad to boar It," replies the
head walit'r. "I amr Its author."

Whlting--Slnce my son has been at
college the things he haa learned ar
perfectly marvelous.
Bilng-I've no doubt of It. but I
wouldn't worry. Ha'll otrget them ll
after a few years.
Subjlet aIr loit Words.
A newspaper ilgranmmatlst says,
"Every wife is the architect of her
own husband." 'Then lte shouldn't be
too severe on the edlinfe when she
botches the Job.-Milwaukee lentlntd.
Asking Vor Her sllmd.
He--Now, if I nnly had three hands
I could got through lIfe so much better.
lShe-WellT
lHe- I was Just wondering If y
wouldn't give wle one of yours.


Send Us $i.oo for a Year's

Subscription to the

Twice-A-Week Star.


BRING Us
Your Chickensl Eggs,
Vegetables, ind fact all
kind of Country Pro-
duce.

WE PAY
Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce. and Bell at
Cheap ua the Cheapest.

,CALL ON
Us wben you Woat OIar
S ph sad fsYcQniq.
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J. B Douglas,

Dealer in Heavy and
Fancy Groceries, Bacon,
Lard, Butter, Flour, Meal,
Grits, Rice, Coffee, Sugar,
Canned Goods, and in
fact everything in the
Grocery line.

Hay and Grain
Prices low as the low-
est, and weights, measure
and quality guaranteed.

New Stand,
I have recently opened
tip at a new stand, and
wish all of my old cus-
tomers and new ones to
call, see and buy.

J. B. Douglas,
122 West Main St,,
GAINESVILE, PLA.
Next Door to S. J. Thomas.
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Iklstolr Stars Utotior ow night. Governor Jenlinling arrived in the city 404@,* *40 44 1 *4n4o Fllf 4l *l41f4g 14 4 141il
Try lagann'si market for best meats. last ni-.ll1t and registered at tie Brown
No e:.Iraclisige forrestve seats at IIouse. Ile will leave today at nooa for R
.tiae Raiil orlinut. Cle earwater. where lie w;li jo' the o.her e aV
i a orlHrsenato-ial cnllidilates, all of whomt w'l 'I
Ilave your clothing cleanest at Owen ,a iiress the voters here t nto-row.
L.os .s lDye Wvorks. July 14. if Brin ies your cotton, aid price our In Sck, and are constantly receiv-
SSeats rse .'elt we. t:cle.s are la ght ool. iF ~n -n io .er elsewhere ing "up-lo-date" Shoes for M len,
in advancefo rFte sutlne jit then wit u1. no lharm idone, but give us 1
C. Brinkleyof JacLsolv,lie, was a huis- trial. \ V. Inasterlil & 'o ghen and Children, at p
,iesA v'.ltor to G, aliie.ville Tuesday pr pics nd ot the best makes.
Call at I,. IU Simlilh':. and procule )outr At ahout I.. o'clock WVenl.IestlI y iiorn- -
.ese e.l seat for ste lostoa S.a.n. .ag lire ,.,ro.e Mr. Juio. W. 'Ca.imiu.i lias been llllilte l e fo...nc.lv :a l l y Dr Kinegsb W e,,"ut;
sick several lIals, but is now better. o, o p. l. ig n oes, l West
J. C. Newberry of igh Springs wia Chu rch S,.-e, bt ws an ell.ir1, ils t Particular attention to the Ladies
wa-a.Ne r ofe igii ngs way ru th but ti tte dlta ina.tr
business store to the iy yeselay. If yo hac a h e, or ro.ib, r set if "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
Iloullerhsof season tcktts call a.i select roonis to rent, salvertse same iln hle ice"' and "Walk Over" grades.
your reseivedl seats int the ailito.:v it. Star. If you are too bus- to cone to the i"
office j"ut phonee ns the wonling of your
'T. H. Cato, a prominent plaiuer of the ofe 1nt ,phone is tNe wo ring" of your
.ilIcinua s ec n, %. ve Te .maly o Mr. tJ. 1GoveI the t'ilo, having J. M ath eson ,
tatisinesi N. r s fD
received iiotlce tlhat is I b otier via quite,.
Mi. 1, N. .,;,u.see h. ret,, ,e ..',,,.ho ,,w'.,lt ,,,hs; i,, iCo,,ec' ;c,.,a.,,,Inhoe and Leeabip $tape. H i?Vllll Fl. F ,

in New uoik. to Coiiiiet'ctit 1 Ielliin tlIe.e, sa l liote n .
Rev I...V. Moore, editor of the I'lo.itn tla i il' Ie.itvs it e Li si. a. lie ca-i wi nd
Chlrist;a-i Advoc.ate, p eachlltl at Ishi.il U ll his I; l ibs alat a-
(;.ove FIuliday. ;ia lein' I i..iLTr.i' eI IlII (;roaer %,^fl% ( iwstiximx ll
O)h newspaelersi, suitable for wrapping is all Lhat ili nni-e sll.. i' iC'. It cutice
purposes, s.5 i a hun-Iredl or 25 lor 5 dandruff stops filii.ig I nIr tril piodilcres
cls., at TIIH STAR police. new hair. It is aii excelle t Ihair dresser.
l or sale at It. I;iatl.i%'s iDrug :Itore, CONIbIA' CHOCOLATIES. CONlbA'S b ON ONS .
l)r. AVui. Su.he;lanll ad ,v fe of li.h .i tlle, and the i's.o e isrg Store
Sprinsis, passe l ii.-nough the c'ty Tuesilay Iligh Springs.
ei rou.e to Jacksonville. %'lat is thIe iac ofee'ing, ,ie-. to -, | j e IV o a f
Mrs. C. W'. Chiase las relturnel froni wo.k lie s.ecit al111 lli..i Ihe oilither to P.IM A O I
the North and wil remain in (alniesville do the wokr It seenis to ni that ithe
the balance of the v ;nte-. ,'.y neels soilieLiil ig liz e ii thie way of
For Reilt.-Two dwelling houses in work tlrsn sweep n fe v c.obs" Igs. PI't D~ S E I L 7 I N
West Gainesville. IVor articrlars apply nleni to wo k out their fills in:d soiallle
to Mrs. Dora T. Cromwell. Nov T3 tI good wil come of It. Hot Drinks, :-: Cold Drinks,
Rev. W. J. CarpeniLer left yesterday (Charlle tartL:i o. Mlikebville, who land
muoi.ing for Delandrl where lie goes to the mibfo. tune to get iodti of his handsonfection y
deliver a temperance lec.ure. airs w.is a blown, ol by a d.a.lai'ee e.. ConeCtOnery andStationery,
Misses Co.a a it Alice CaLo, two of plosion a few nioni.hs ago, was i.i tile
Alachua's most char.u.iag oug la.Idies, city ycsterilay. Tie tfrn.lld of Mr. Mar- High Grade CIGARS and TOBACCO S
speat the day i.i lie c:ty Mo:nday, tl.i are glsad to see hli:n well agin but rae and BA
Ifyou want luoney to buy or build a synpna ilze deeply wilai l"n in 'lie lose
ome, py BI normtggo, or contract for of hil hun | News Stand in Connection,
rtlitlltahle Investment set Movers. I'verylaotly 's slues are found iln our
The people of lGanesville %ill, after shoe ileplartnienil. Every kind of shoe
December Ist, have hleir nail del:ve.led for evervtlioly--inen, women, children Gainesville,: -- Flrida.
at Lllei- places of Isinliess free delivery. and Ihe babies; for every. Ilusines, evei y Ga viloria.
dreas, and every sport and pastlihe use.
C. M. Love of I.eesbu g was i I the city \V'-etle.' you walk or lt re, illh or iaunt.
Tuesday and haa accepted the express We have shoes lor all tlihee ues., at
run on the blicanopy branch of the prices tlat will su.t I0. C. S+il+tSh. ,%S%% ^ rK3 6 *SSM6 S9MMa N ~FiS30 DOS9
A. C. 1. T 'l last week or P,- tli l IC ms I ) w'.inly, -
A. R. Jonies left 'l'eslay afternooni vii. a.id the e s.ee son i.'y, tolait tll. people
the A. C. I.. for Jacksoii ile, f.oni which have i[ila'eatl e_-oing11 inic olbe to t:ve
place he proceeded to St. Augustine on :'heu a wo.se disease thOn the .alatacas.
bltiiness. A llV'le sprI'il-liti oil the sl.e ai around
.................... -. the siluare woilld end tou Dp.o.note herl h.


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~ th9 tt. 0ig- tarh(t
F *I lgra aritUans, merchanto And
t's S ci tnahtar rFinuly, it is desir-
t 8 pechl M able as a guaranty of the good faith
S,.Se~nt't0 CengrefsTs,, -Ot *,our Uapon towards her young N11-
Aent'to Congress, uboes
gy 0 10 ripubfn to the "uth. who*e wel-

=6"-'egr. ive her liberty. We %ro
B^ ?:*-'',:', -,- c e fre nm evere b c Ftet bound weth
Fl iUT -CON eto tbb memories of the
S".. blood and courage of our soldiers WlO
fought for her in. war; by the Wto"9
le Dev O~ Witl Miroly St AN rt of the widbm and I10 I J
P'er'anng to Is and 0- our adminlstrttorm who sirfVe hr i
.'ertaining to lanm--R- peace and who started her mo'wpU m
LS.ilMMJi tiMn K the diSoult path. 0oft.
r %1 y We must elp h 7 S 5up
'.ward, and in bhelplt ire atll help
ourselves. s .
tent's message was read "The oraUions caus-
HikOUms of congress Tuesday. ed the oT uo ie treaty with
ly with Cuba and was as Cuba and t r.tlflctlo by the sen-
I- e '- late.., hli .~.yiw Vltb equal force iup-
B euate and House of Re port the.l ilatlon by tie' congress
es: I have a onv ened ol R whirl .'the terms of the treaty Is
that II may. consider .thse ,t o e% aadr to render It operative. A
Sthnecessary to pu a.cn .,thoer| ti.itt o enact such legislation would
necesaayi to put Ir.t4 oLdbaoo~perillously near a repudiation of
o ratified byi the senate at bts the pledged faith of the nation.
i Wralned by the senate at Ith ." transmit herewith the.traty as
lmniand, ubseLuently, by the amended by the senate and ratifled by
Y5'lVrInmenl8 I doeno such leb the Cuban government.
bRutlbyourled, not only by our "THEODOlIit ROOSEVELT.
ps'latrj s t by our bpnor. WaB ean "Whlt HOusb, Novembor 10, 1908."
t '.With propriety. sabndor the
s5Mr upon whlcB we ha so wirset Tpesday'n sf aelon of the house oc-
'lba'ked, When the aoeqptacoe ,f,
SPlatt amendment was required c pled less than half an hour, an ear-
O ubr the acUoortle soe ly adjournment being taken out of re-
t |* = 8') gso- specl to, the memory of two deceased
t reby definitely committed members. The president's message
bhe. p9lcy pf eatingg Cula as read and referred t the pmmit,
.'OCJ!SPl l hi ulas position as rte- tee on ways and means, the member.
thm country. It wa provided ship of which Is yet to be announced.
ILI fnd, agoe.,A free The message also was ordered print
it republic, she should ed. Aside from making provisons for
2'.0em r o -th le l<>"l IU 1le lnat'to tIS s ti.mloeagq of mtenibsoa. no fLther Iwal-
a lofIpeetn'teotDe within nesl s was, transacted.
.i etem aof Internatlonal policy; The speaker announced the follow.
It necessarily followed that shbe in committees:
t A certan degre become a Rules-The speaker., D tlMdi,' Pinn-
thin thb linus/of our eco. yivaynal&; Grosvenor, Ohio; WUirms,
e pol cy. ,Qup "' .i B UilsipI pe Armoul, Missouri.
S C'uba fo Irt- we .l n ,-eeder. Koa-; Jackson,
Spossiorble oratija et'c.f P tk rylaayt Flaqk. Njw rork; Lewis,,
the stratgm utb*e 4 I Georgia; Butler, Massourl.
say foreign military power. It t The first three on each committee
.m roeon that oerUtal liltPi are republicans and the last two dem-
H 0 e been Imposed uPon her flB ocrat.
Spolloy, and thet naval eta-, Th house then adjourned uptil
B1B4le*S99d1.' by her to Wednesday.
SThe negotiations Tuesday's session of the aelate was
S details of themes navl sta' also of brief duration. The seapton was
sle on the eve of completion. devoted eoteual rly to the reading of
r T' so situated as to prevent the president message in support of
ideM that there is the Intention reolnroolx .with Quba and to the rou-
tr tuse them. against Cuba, or tlftse inodent to the receipt of the
se than for the protection of message.
from the assaults of foreign The message received the careful
Ond for the better safeguarding attention of the senators and when
erican Interests in the waters its reading had been concluded Mr.
of us. Collum, of lilnol., was recognized f d
l nirelts have been largely moved the reference to the oomyait-
a bt the consequences of the tee on foreign relations of the mes-
Wtth Spain, and will be still fur- sage and the Cuban treaty, the text of
l e raised by the building of the which had been transmitted with the
telap stl. They are both mill- message. The senate then adjouriM .
/. u'Lad economic. The granting to
D' ~019b5a 6Of the naval stations TO, RpNKW PrigHT ON gaUM.
is.lr '. auQad'Tto lr eo the tfmHat w


tance from a military stand-
and Is proof of the good faith


Name of Charleston Colored Collector
Is Again Sent to enate.


which Cubua e treating us. unba A Washington dispatch says: There
ade great progress since her In. will be very likely another fight in
e se was established. She has the senate committee on commerce
04 steadily in every way. Bhe over the confirmation of the negro
y stand high among her sister collector at Charleston, Dr. Crum.
lies of the new world. Bhe is The president esnt the name of
observing bhr obligations to Crum to the senate again Tuesday,
Sshe is entitled to like tieal- and the democrats have announced
bby us. their determination to prevent the*
treaty submitted to you for appointment being confirmed. As In
|roval secures to the United States the last congress. Senator Clay will
lWmcoalo advantages as great as lead the opposition to confirmation In
hso given to Cuba. Not an Amerl- the committee and doubtless will be
t ia interest is sacrificed. By Lbe assisted by Senator Tillmad, who will
S ty a large Cuban market is se- probably appear before the commit-
4 t 1e to our producers. It is a mar- tee with one of his 'characteristic red
0 which lies at our doors; which ls hot anti-negro speeches. There will
it :itady large, which Is capable of'probably be no open fight in the wen-
:'.1at xpanalot, and which a esape- ate. for the debate on the president's.
important to the development appointments Is carried on In execu-
.ww export trad. It would be n. tive sessions.
p B*ht-sghted tor us to qt- C ruom will hold te office under the
M vantage of uch an opileottunl law until the senate rejects him by a
*' force Cuba Into making ar- direct vote.
ta with other countries to,
"-ilmadvaL.tage. L FOR MURDER OF HIS COUSIN
hig reciprocity' treaty stands by [
SIt Is demanded on coalsdera- Qrand Jury at Tuskeee, Alabama,
ot broad national policy, as weU Indicts Young talph Armstrong.
our economle interest. It wa l I 't e Toasegbe, Ala.. Tuesday the spe-
'm to no Indialtry. It will bens- clal term of the grand 'ury returned
y Industries. It l In' the In- a true bill against Ralph Armstrong,
t of our people as a whole, both charging him with i..urder in the nrst
S se of its Importknce from the degree for killing his cousin, Allie
standpoint of international pol- Armstreng. October 23.

rl FACTORY IN COURliS. APTER MORGAN'S SCALP.
--e- .I--

qt Mills In Columbla, 6S. C. rt ip of Ilter4oeanic Canals.
BRilchmond. Va,, Tuesday. United! The caucus of republican senator
Circuit Court Judge 81monon at Washington Tuesday authorls.d
ted an order filed by Leonida BSenator Allison, the chairman, to ap-
and A. S. Hull. of Augusts, point a committee to reorganlse the
appolnting W.,A. Clark and A, J. senate committee. A resolution de-
Of Columbla, temporary rocelv- clearing that the committee on Inter-
ea the Olymplaceat QIse at Oe- oceaaloe eale al shnld be a majority
a, 8 0u.,n der a bond o t2.60o) committee with a republican as chair.
,'the order being made retirnable man, waa not adopted, but the whole
member 80. matter was left with the committee
S Olympla mill is one of the larg- on committee, with he undertsanding
the south and is said to be the that such action should be taken. This
t cotton factory under one roof will displace Senator Morgan as chair-
ea. man of the committee.


LiTH GEOROIA FAi j AN .PNQ od PITULATr.

i wite Mo.s a,,.,m f.re.-
0.-wa WFtb Mosrt SBt -lgmy "ru ie!u*' 4v f Revolu-
ahorIa alf opened at tlot no
'. very arllsr- t A dwi-W li t irldto, re-
all the exhP.- d
lt lte completed. celved at Cape M Pile, says lt is.re.
ewcicls onrlstdt1J or ported there that San Domingo has
de dnre by J.udge J. i,.
ri e 'bTy os 'Far capitulated to the revolutloalnts and
by W. thatl es664 1 Jht&1* J hi !6bi- n t i
claimed president of the republic.

Tr -., g.r PANAMA SENODS ANVOYlS

wass 'Three Representativesa' a ur -trtd oen
e ,' Their Way to Wlaslrngton.
at recefil By.' ,"aB$uel Amador, Prrederl.ca Boyd



F r. i ru, n:..t anal


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*ra i 'u ,


Lauds President Roosevelt jr 'Havfn
the Courage to Rat at Table
With the Black IMan.

The geneWl committee of the Freed-
man A&14 .d 4outhber Efduoatlonal So-
0tety Ofl tbhe MIethodlt Episcopal
e~nirQ. beuan a two days' business
1M01 S a#t Lincoln, Neb., Monday,
bUt laJmues N. Fitsgerald presided.
Nearly all the bishop bf the church
were in attendance.
Bxten4ed reports were submitted by
the general treasurer and corr.spohd-.
ang secretaries. The report of the
board of manager showed that 11,1,61
pupils are attending the schools main-
tained by this society. This surpasses
all'records Ip the history of the sdele-
ty. Appropriations have increased
and the facultuls have been aterlal-
ly added to. The total receipts of the
soClely apd schools for the %year
amounted'to nearly $500,000.
*aort addresses by a number of the
bishops following the reports were
marked by the freedom with whicl
they discussed the attitude of the two
leading political parties toward the
negro race. Bishop Cranston critlclse.l
the national party in power for Its al-
leged remaisness and declared his be-
lief that It was time for the Christian
people to desert any organization that
thought more about Itselt and its poll-
ties than about the welfare of a peo
pie down trodden and In need of as.
slatance.
,Bishop Hamilton evoked applause
by an eulogy on President Rooseveat,
saying in conclusion:
"I thank God that we have a preAl-
dent who is not afraid to salt down wl'h
a negro and to show him the respect
that is. due."
BlbShOp Walden aald he was glad
they had a SenaTor Tillman In the
south, because he was needed to stir
up things.
Bishop Hamilton made the princi-
pal address of the day. He said that
the Lefsnd Stanford Junior university
opst $80,000.000, and that not with.
standing that great outlay of money
Its instruction was confined to about
1,300 or 1,300 students a year. rite
Methodist schools In all the south cost
about the same amount of money ano
'they were called on to educate' 50,000
person a year.
Bishop Hamilton said that Booker
T.. Washligton was not the first per-
son to Introduce Industrial training
among the negroes.
The Methodist schools did that long
before Washington began hid work.
More than 20,000 capable school teach-
ers were the result of the Methodist
education in the south. Bishop Ham
llton said that a race could not be ele-
vated by Industrial education alone.
The head and heart must be taken
care of as well as the hands and other
parts of the body.
"The north must solve the negro
problem," the speaker declared. "The
north signed no protocol that wouli
allow southern sentiment to prevail in
the settlement of the neQr-o problem."

WHOLE FAMILY MURDERED.


Five Negroes Found Dead In Their
Cabin Home, Near rtaHlanns, Fla.
In a negro cabin near ilue Springs,
eight miles from Marlanna. Fla., last
Saturday morning I-. Y. Kelly, his
wife and baby wern found In bed with
their heads crushed and two other
children with their heads cut off. The
bodies wera very much decomposed.
The woman's mother dls:ovcredl
blood on the porch and called the
neighbors to her aslstance. The door
was found to oe locked. A plank was
priced off and ail the family of five
*ero found dead.
The coroner's jury found circuim-
stantlal evidence enough to hold Allen
Roulhacs and a boy named Oerdon,
the nearest neighbors, v.'ho were at
the Inquest and aoted suspiciously.
On Saturday previous to the find.
Kelly was In Marlanna and paid a
bill at C. M. Messers' store, and that
was the last seen of him alive.

Minister of Finance Suicides.
Italian MlntEter of Flinatnc Rosano
committed suicide at Naples Mon
day by shooting lH was found dead
In his room, with a revolver at hisl
side. Ho bad been wrongfully ac
used of malfeasance In office.

AN INJUSTICE TO OLSSON.

Oanner Did Not Insult Flag of Con-
federacy aa Reported.
The story sent out from Newport
News a few days ago relative to a
Aght between Gunner Andrew Oleson.
U. 8. N., and Mayor Jones, of Hamp-
ton, proves incorrect, anl an Injustice
to Gunner Olsson.
It was stated that the dfliculty grew
out of an Insult to the com'e:lorato
Sag on the part of Olsson and that
the alleged desecration d? the confed-
eate colors was resented by Jones.
The encounter was really caused by,
another 'matter, altogether.

BRYAN ASSESSED HEAVY BOND.

Must Give Security In $350,000 as Exe-
outer of Bennett Will.
In the probate court at New Ila.
yen, Conn., Saturday, William J. Bry-
an was admitted to act as executor of
the will of Philo 8. Bennett, an obje^-
tlon to him made by Mrs. Beanotn'a
counaal beng overruled. The amount
ot'thE bdad was fixed at $350,000.
Co ls1 on both aides indicate that
tR hppei wtmi he taken.

MI LLON-OLLAR TAX SUIT.

M aItippL l ii k 0 aColl ct Mammeth
S pft. Railroad.
-ati& lIaf Agent O Adiaas. of
MIlsaaldalD aaie 4d a profound

,tturthe O Lquis and
Vsew Orleara *&". su
a part oa thp
clailin tU n
worth04
hu


rJPir fEr1 ITiOq


Expected Kick from Colom-
bia With State Deppti erit.


ANSWER IS S tCULATIVE


Document WIH e Serleiajy enald.
ered affoer Reply I Made.
Cdntents are Net Given
Publlolty,

It was learned in omcial circles at
Washlngton Sunday Lgdht that their
United States of Colomabla,has;lodged
a protest to the tatae department
against the action of the United States
in connection with events which have
occurred in the LMihmus of Panamar
The terms of tie protlst was not
made public but:ILt is known that
ptroug objection is made to attitude
of the United States n general and
against Interprptations made by this
government ot the treaty of 1846, be-
tween the United States of Amerloa
and the United States of Colombia.
It is alsro known that the a4ate de-
partment has the protest under se-
rious consideration.


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Cruiser latoen Reports.
Word reached the navy department
Sunday of the arrival of the United
States crulsor Boston at Panama.
Commander Wlehl in reporting her ar-
rival, announced also the receipt of
Instructions flom the navy depart-
ment which directs the keeping open
of the transit of the lathmus. He also
said that at this time the traffic was
undisturbed.
The president's yacht, the Mayflow-
er, left the navy jqrd at Washington
Sunday for Colon. 'tAboard her Ia Con-
sul General Oudger the United States
consul general at 'Panama, who goea
to that place to aasume .full charge
of the Amerlcan c6nsular affairs.
The Mayflower is expected to reach
her destination In about eight days.
On his arrival at Panama, Mr. Oudger
wiU do business with the gew govern-
ment at Panama. He has full Instrue-
tlons from the secretary of stale gov-
erning his dealings with the new gov-
ernment.
Admiral John 0. Walkpr, president
of the !athmlan eanal comiplssion also
was a passenger on the Mayflower.
His departure was considerable of a
surprise, no announcement' to this ef-
fect having boon made heretofore, and
the first news of bis going to Panama'
being given out by Secretary Moody.
Admiral. Walier, It Is stated, goes t0
Panama for the purpose of observing
conditions on the ground and porting
to the president on the situation and
on any changes that have occurred
pinee t.ho sthmlan canal commission
made its last report.
Rear Admiral John B. Qoghlan. who
is to assume command qf the naval
force on the Atlantic side of the
slthmus, was also on the Mayflower.
Special Diplomatic Agent Appointed.
.Saturday's advices to the qtate de-
partment Indicated a regular develop-
ment of the. now government of Pana-
ma. The most important announce-
ment indicative of a speedy establish-
moet of full diplomatic relations with
the new republic was the appointment
of M. Brunenu-Varilla, a Frenchman.
and one of the financial agents of the
Panama Canal Company, as the agent
of Panama In the United States. With
him the Uniteld tatos government will
transact any necessary business in an
unoffclal way, pending the appoint-
ment of a regular minister plpmipo-
tontlary. M. Phllipe Buneau-Varilla as
now In Now York. His first official
act wa to officially notify the Junta
in Panama that the United States has
recognized the do facto government
of the republic of Panama.
Britain Trusts inlted States.
The British government has formal-
ly requeoved the state department to
look after the interests of Britlna sub-
jects en the isthmus, and similar ro-
quests from other European nations
are expected, all of which will be
promptly granted.

PEACE HOVERS OVER ORIENT.

Rusela and Japan Said to Have each
ed Amicable Agreement,
The negotiations between Russia
and Japan have so far advanced thit
the Assoclated Press Is officially in-
formed that the announcmnicnt of a
sottlcmeut may be expected sen.
The torms of the agreement ar not
disclosed. It ." only report,!- that a
friendly adjustment of the difference.
between Russia and Japan Ii now as
good as reached and that all prospect
of war has disappeared.

WARSHIPS GUARD PORTS.

Colombian Troops 'Will Not Be Al-
lowed to Menace Panama.
Embarking of. Colombian troop~
from Buena Ventura or any-pther Co
lomblan port of the Isthmus of Panau
ma will not ue permitted by th.
Washington government and Amerl.
can warships Will be ordered to any
pfrt tpon receipt of an Indmnlatlon
that Colombian troops will attempt to
aill for the Isthmus.
The Washnlagton government holds
that this policy.L s i the interest of
the general good.

BTOLE WOR TEN YEARS.

Cashler Tella of Manmpulating Seokq
eto Hide Peuhtenue.
SAt NeKwarkt, '. j L JH eg. i'oe, un.
utl recently caahier of tJletng ulser.
s.ty ad two jesr agr m aelataut -ah
.r o tie Peopie's NaUi0 'klIk, hae
d patal cenon s*a..-'* .i .leo..

mE"S i i '


1 -dli sni Reput bleas Reminate
Stheip Respetalve FPlo Leaders
n. n 1 Oter Ohfees.* -'

The demooratie members of the
house s caucus at the espitol latur-
day elected Repreentatlive John 8.
WISmla., of Missusspp, as the unal-
aoug oioloe of the alnerity for
tptLker. This action makes him the
minority leader for the session
The other nominees for the caucus
were au ollows:
Charles A. Edward, Texas, for
clerk of bouse; B. V. rooksire, In-
diajn, 4 ersgeat-atrrms; A. J.Julien,
Georgia, doorkeeper; J. K. Jackson,
Alabama, poitsaster E. C. Bagby,
Virginia, chaplain; I. R. Hill. 'Ohio:
James n1 alio, Calfornla; F. Knight,
Georgia, and Joseph Sinnot, special
employees.
BExept for one of the positlpna oif
aSecial employs there were no con-
testants.
At the republican caucus Joseph Q.
Cannon, of Illinois, was unanimoiibl v
nominated to be speaker of the houmo
of representatirca
The caucus adopted a resolution
which Insured re election of the old
Otefers of the house.
A committee consisting of Represen-
tatives Hemingway, of Indiana; Shtr-
man, of New York. and Mann. of ilil.
nois, appointed by the chairman. pro
needed to the appropriations commit
tee room and there advised Mr. Catn
non of the action of the caucus, lie
was escorted into the chamber, where
he was greeted with applause.

TO SAVE NATIONAL HONOR

Colombia Rushes Peace Agent to Pan-
ama In the Person of General
Reyes-Displeases Washington.

A cable dispatch has been rrceiveJ
In Panama from General Reyes con.
training the Information that he has
been appointed by tho.government "if
Colombia as peace' commissioner
with the duty of arrangements with
the government of Panama to the end
that the national honor may be saved.
BverytiJng in Panama Is quiet, but
the circulation of the news of the ap-
pointment of eyes resulted In cnihu-
qlastic celebrations not only because
the general has many friends In the
city, but for the reason that llas irls-
sion is looked upon as assuring the in-
dependence of the Isthmlan territory.
Causes Displeasure at Washington.
The news of the appointment L.y
Colombla of a peace commissioner to
tre.t with the Panamans Is not re.
celve In Washington with any joy.
It Is generally believed that this
shows that Colombia has practically
decided that Panama will be able to
hold her independence, and is maklihg
overtures for no other purpose than
to demand a part of the $li,000.~)00
which the United States will give for
canal rights as the price ot peace.
It is not believed tnat Panama will
give ear to such a proposal, as there
seems little need of her treating with
Colombia at all, and should Colomi la
Insist, It sl feared that seriout tron.
ble may result.
Wild Rumors of Massacres.
A special of Sunday from Co'.imr
says: Wild rumors are in nrritlali )n
that the American. nnd other forr-iKn
residents of DBogor, the C'olomulin
capital, are being inaF.'acroed.
Saturday night Coloin gave itself up
entirely to popular cministra'j on
SBands of music paraded tl lo sirt tI
until early Sunday morning, plnting
national and American nirn. ;,u<.l'lnoj
In front of the reslid*-nr(e. of C'olonel
Shalen, Governor Melendoz and oth-
era, The greatest (-nthuilasmn pie-
vailed and there was not tIe sllghte .t
dior-ler.

O'BRIEN QUITS IN DISGUST.

Irish National'at Decides to Resign
His. eat In British Parliament.
A London special says: Williant
O'Brlen, Irish nationalist. has deriilk i
to resign his seat In parliament and as
a member of the governing hiuy of the
United Irish IAjageii Ho will also dis-
continue the publication o 1~13 paper.
The Irish "People.


ItlOB4A 1 9ILE 9I


In Great Rage OverAct'on of esrer surrry f Most


United States at Panama.


RECOGNITION DECLARED

Formal Action Takdn at Meeting of
the Cabinet in Washington.
Important Developments
bf a Day.

A Washington special says: The
United States government has recog-
nized the defacto government of Pan-
ama.
It was announcedat the state. de-
partment after the return of Secre-
tary Hay from the cabinet meeting,
Friday morning, that the Instructions
have been seat to U. S. minister at
Dogota assumingg that he has not yet
left the capital), and Mr. Ehrman, the
United States consul at Panama, and
now acting consul there to the govern-
monts of Colombia and Panama, re-
spectively. that that the de facto gov-
ernment Is recognized.
It was aulboratatively stated that
though the recognition of the new re.
public Is of a business character at
first, consisting of an authorization
throughout our consular officials on
the Isthmus to do business with the
new government as they did with the
Colomblan government, this will In
turn be followed by full political rec-
ognition.
The events of the day as they de-
veloped. relative to the situation on
the Isthmus were the recognition of
the de facto government, the receipt
of dispatches from Commander Hub-
bard, of the Nashville, the arrival ;n
Washington of Consul General Gudger,
of Panama, and the leaIse of orders to
Admiral Coghlan to proceed forthwith
to the Isthmus with the consul gen-
eral.
T're decision to recognize the de
facto government of Panama was ar-
rived at after a protracted session of
the cabinet at which ever member
was present except Secretary Root
and Secretary W'll&on. The president
emphasized the Importance of the rec-
ognitlon of the de facto government.
With the withdrawal of the Colombian
omfclain, the lsthmius was left entirely
without a government until that ostab-
lished by the necessionists should be
-ecognised and this step seemed ne"-
esaary for the transaction of the rou-
tine business 6f the United States on
the Isthmus
The friendly relations which have
so long existed between, the United
States and the republic of Colombia
may be severed at any moment. Dr.
Herran. the Colomblan charge at
at Washington. Is expecting an order
for his recall to come at any time. In-
tense indignation against the course
of the Irnited States Is boing mani-
fested at Bogota, the Colombian capi-
tal, and Mnlister Boaupre may have
been given his passports before this.
The Colombians are charging all
sorts of bad faith on the part of their
government. They evidently believe
that the United States has fomented
the rebellion at Panama and is back
of the now government, and there can
be no question that they have a good
deal of circumstantial evidence to sup-
port their claims. Of course Secretary
Hlay enters strong denial to these
charges. lHe contends that the or-
ders to Ehrman and Reaupre do not
constltiue recognition of the new gov-
ernment, but are merely the steps
made neces,.ary by force of circum-
sthnces The withdrawal of Colom-
blan troops from Colon, taken in con-
nection with the announced policy of
this government, seems to absolutely
Insure the stability of the new repub-
IIc. tnder a sort of American protecto-
rate. Colomlla cannot send troops to
Panama overland, becianse of the char-
acter of the country. She will be pre-
vented from landing her troops at
Panama or Colon on the plea that
their presence would bring on blood-
shed. so the Panama people can go
on with the formation of their own
government undlsturbed unless Colom-
Ihla Induces some other government t)
Interfere or can force Piubmlsslon of
their case to arbitration.


Important Evhnts
of a Moh Day.

The monument to tb* Isernty-third
Pennsylvania regiment ar Ohlckicmaa.
ga was unveiled Monday. Governor
Pennypacker and party of 300 veter-
ang attended the unveilitng.
-At Brinkley, Ark., Sunday rorn.
Ing a white man who had oat a police-
man to death was lynched by a mob
composed of less than Ifttee.,people.
The coroner's Jury rettuied thbe usual
verdict.
-Colonel W. T.I Blackwell, one of
the best known of North Carolina's
tobacco men.'and the original" promo-
tor of Bull -Durham, was paralysed at
his home In Durham Sunday.
-Montgomery. Ala., officers are
keeping close watch 04 vagrants in
that city prior to putting into effect
the vagrancy law recently enacted by
the legislature.
-In his annual report the commls-
siloner of national parka of Callforn;a
pleads for the preet3rvatlon of the giant
trees, suggesting that the government
buy the land on which they are grow-
ing.
-Four children wore killed by the
explosion of nitro-glycerine at Bucks
Run, Ohio, Sunday. They were play-
ing with a can of the explosive when
it went off.
-The convention of the Amerlcan
Federation of Labor opened in Fanuell
hall, Biston, Monday for a session of
ten days.
-A general strike In the northern
Colorado coal fields has been declared.
About 1.200 men will be Idle.
-Colombia lodges formal protect
against the action of,the United States
In recent .events In Panama.
-Dowle denounced his congregatlan
In New York Sunday night a ascraw-
ny and miserable set
-Secretary Root states that it Is
possible that the United States troops
may be sent to Panama.
-There were twelve new cases ef
yellow fever at Loredo, Texas, Sunday,
but no deaths.
-Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, the
newly appointed British ambassador at
Washington, has presented bls letters
of recall to King Alfonso, of Spain,
and left for London.
-General Royes has been appointed
by the Colombian government as
peace commissioner to Panama, In the
hope, Reyes says, of saving the na-
tional honor.
-The seventh annual meeting of the
Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs
came to a close at Cartersville last
Friday mornlpg. Mrs. James Jackson,
of Atlanta, was elected president.
-At McCays, Tenn., near the Geor-
gia line, cracksmen dynamited the
safe of a mercantile firm, after which
they broke the postoflcee safe at Isa-
bella.
-James Reddlck. a farm hand, was
roasted to death In the barn of C. W.
Parrott, near AmericuP, believed Lo
have-boen :et afire by Incendiaries.
-One hundred non-union miners
In the Coal Creek district were as-
saulted at the Thistle mine by union
miners and forced to leave the mines.
-The yellow fever situation at La-
redo shows a deccldd change for the
worse, eighteen new cases and four
deaths being reported in one day.
-Dr. J. S. Wentz, father of the
missing millionaire, denies all rumors
that he has been located or,that a ran-
som has been asked for him. He and
his wife have returned to their home
In Philadelphia.
-As the result of the outrage and
subsequent lynching at Pass Christian,
all bad negroes may be made to leave
the Mississippi river country.
-The United States recognizes the
new government on the isthmus and
will not allow Colombia to land troops
to regain her sovereignty. This action
will cause a breach between Colombia ,
and the United States.
-At the hearing in the ship building
trust case, Lewis Nixon said that
many of the statements made In the
prospectus were false.
-Democrats in Washington for the
extra session are hope il as to the
outlook of Ihe party. They believe
ihat Mr. Roosevelt can be beaten for
the presidency.
-During a theatrical performance
at Vancouver. British Columbia, th6
American anthem was hissed and
when-the American flag was displayed
a riot nearly resulted.


NATIONAL LAWMAKEfS CIFFER PARKS GOES TO SING SING.

As to Legislation to Be Enacted Re For Second Time Walking Delegate
guarding Cuban Treaty. I Convicted of abortion.
A Washington diapatci says' Th'-r' At New York, Friday Samuel Parks
were some interesting devu.elopntl was sentenced to two years and three
Thures ay as to their muethodn i f clan months in Sing Sing prison. This sen.
gresslonal proceedure on the Cuhan once was passed on the charge of ex.
recproc1ty treaty. torting $500 from the Tiffany studios.
It has leeni generally supipos, a It Is alleged that Parks. as walking
that a resolitton or bill sppro.,ng the drlogate of the Housesmilhs and
treaty would be a.l that was necl... Bridgemen's union forced the Tiffany
ry, but members of Ite house and studios to Day him $500 to call off a
some senators take an entirely diff.r strike. This was Parks' c ond son-
ent vilw. They say thna a bill nust tence for etortion.
be passed redur;ng the dity on the On the first be a a
products of Cuba an, l H.,n every r, ing Sing on a cert cate o a reased from
vision affecting duties must he ,.natl able doubt.

FRENCHMEN ARE SURPRISED. S
BOOSTING SENATOR GORMAN.
Appointment of Their Countryman as I-
Diplomatlo la Approved, However. Southern Democrats in Congress Show
A special from Parlo says: While Preference for Marylander.
satisfaction is expressed over the ap- A Washlngtod dispatch says: One
pointment of M. Phblipe leneau-Va of the most notablee features of the
rilla as diplomatic agent of the repub. democratic ri:uatton is the almost
lip of Panama at Washington. atten. unanimous segment among southern.
tlon fs called to the fact that It as erforoua Arturmen. among asothedrne -
probably unprecedented for a French create nominee for -preslden. dThe
citlien to be selected to represent a southern stale de!eglions are talking
foreign government whot ft lho con. 'G oran in and out of congress.
sulting the government to which the o d of res
appointee owes his alloglance.
COLOMIA ALAMAMA DEAD
COLOMBIA MAY REPENT.


Prospect ot Negotiations Being Re
sumed in Canal Treaty Matter.
Reports were current in Washing-
ton Monday night to ihb. effect that an
effort wa making whereby negotia-
Utqa for a Panama canal treaty might
$,1 kpi raeuaqd .With Colombia. 'ldot.
; UlJltaaalg the delecton of the de-
JWE w of Panama sad t.he es bib-
I a( a landepmeadgat ovatitve* t-i


Memorial 8aft Will be Erected on
Chsiekamauge Bsttlefield
At the state reunion of the Alabama
Confederate Veterans and Sons' of
Confederate Veterps It was decidol
to erect a nasonmest at Chlekamaual
Park to-cost net Less han .000.
The state I x nt e ,eat4, 'at any
Park now. Pirt of. the ,mose I,. .-
r I- the banat a M tIhp rmaja..
is pleskd$,


-Russla and Austria will send an
ultimatum to Turkey giving the lat-
ter a fixed term within which to ac-
cept the reform proposals.
-Midshipman Little, Lofland and
Chaffee have been dismissed from the
naval academy for hazing.
--In the Philo Bennett will contest,
Judge Cleaveland has rendered a do*
cision adversE to Mr. Bryan. The
Judge finds that no undue influence
was used by Mr. Bryan.
-Sam Parks, the walking delegate,
convicted of extorUon, haa. been aen-
tenced in New York to two years and
three months in Sing l8ag.
-The Insurgents are marching on
San Domingo City and United Btatee
ihnliter Powell cables that p. ary'hl
is needed.
--Miss Clarke Hoylt. a Montans
belle and heiress, has eloped with a
Chinaman.
-Fire In the Kearsarge *lne, a"
Virginia City, Mont. 'killed nine meO.
-At Bartow. F'.V BiwnMi amgpag.
-Hon, W. A. Rlehalda, Mo;w .4e
er of the general lan4 o*.eLi. erta
that derlng the pUA'ye i le',s I
an craia th I si
edly frlstdtent 1*34
Gigaltil
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ma~p


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-iu, ui.. esrerAT T. .
N'- Rat *t l Countorts.
forget to provide a few eush-
llW1 washing covers for the kitchen,
ai be space, have there a couple
it chaira'but at any rate have
h ashloplaa The' backs of servants
ulte asl apt to ache as those of
,thOre people. kad a culshion or two will
.lake it much more easy to rest when
fiL opportunity to do so comes,-
'The Kltehen WlIs.
,. Na o9ne these days thinks of paper.
-' fl or whitewashing a kitchen. The
i'e.m,,_U lo be oil painted in a flat fin-
~ *lOtiB .tlitlthout varnish-and If it is
o':prlrrlj done they may be washed
frily wtbaiOt injury to the surface.
':' 'hre are also several patent wall co-v
gs' ipl resembling light ollchloib ,lhat
are pot on like paper.
Toe 0 bel Jolly Glasses,.
S:,' A bright housekeeper hias' discov'eretd
$a noaw system of labeling jelly aind
preserve glasses. She buys a roll of
bllte paaepuartout binding for about
eight cents. This s Iwell gumau ed on
"''01e BAde, and she uses isi long or as
-.slip a plece as the label calls for.
71e pastingP process Js mutch more"
/flP.i7y gBtteuamhirougj with tbhan whenl
g.aptiaot.labelm are sed.
A.-An' 's .'ti lBdii.
S.Theb directions f6r airhig bedts given
"ln S domestic treating school are worth
'nothing. Place two chairs with seats
together nenr ni open window. Fold
Sthe cotnterpon neatly the lolg way
'..alid lay over the tops of ftae chairs, al-
lowing the lulddie to sag down to tlhe
sedtt. Fold the blankets next and
place over the counterpane, allowing
a spnce between each for the clreuli-
:.tl ot-. air. Proceed in the same way
with the rest of the bed clothing great
up the pillows and place them to air.
A New Vegretal.
S new vegetables which Is- egilluiig
to appear on American tables some-.
Mt*t resembles A Jerusalem ai'tllioRe..
and [l called tlme Japanese croste. It did
otllba4lly conie fro Japanu, but is now
Spcultivated rather extelislvely in France,
troin which land of delicate feasting
.tt hitg reacted these shores. Crosllnes
are described as being about two inches
long apd less tiha nl ha ich in diameter
at the thickest part. They look sonie-
thing like stubby little spindles. Un-
cooked they are used as gfiail'shlcs for
salaads, dind wth French dressing las
as. it plad by 'thliselves. In Jalanl
they are all pickled. VWhen thtby 'o-
colne known other uses will doubtless
be found for themn.-New. York Post.
Itallan Uses or Olive Oil.
"In Italy. where olive oil is chenp,"
salys a housewife, 'aho spent i\ yelr.
there, "ev'ct the poorer people use it
in every sort of a wsAy. Always wliesi
I had ha chance I -wathed .an Itl!ianc
cook at work, 'ml I got Inany thens I
have slnce adapted in tuy own kitchen.
For instance,. a talleslpoon of oil costs
no more than two tablespoons of but-
ter, aridd t is vastly superior for at
sate Potatoes, shruitps, smelts, bam-
anas, almost anything we atute, ir1e
so much' better cooked hi oil that y3ou
would never go' back to butter. Tli'an,I
In. a puree of beats, loluito or peias,
a tablespoon of oil added just lIfore it
is poured ln' the tureen gives a velvety
smoothness without ai trace of grecai-
ness, wlicl you often have with crelmui
or butter.: I always use oil witlh tfor.
Instead of butter, to formi the hibse of
a tomato, creaSm or brown sluiuel. \VW'L-
fulahisng nrt'ealtloicil dish. 1 loss tie
rrtumbs whihl are to forla Ih lotp I. r
In a table-pouon of hot oil. till thliy alra
thoroughly greased; tlie1 ra-siclt I4
crust most dellcntely Ibro\wi ai il "
-Good Ulousckeepiitg.


eoJiEHoLb

RECIPES : .'

nMaple Sugar Frosting--Ard sufflclcnt
n-ater Io one and onehalf capfuls of
Inmape sugar to keepl) It from birrnlup;
let It boll until It will be britlle in
cold water; beat the white of one egg
'until stiff; then beat It slowly into the
bolling syrtipy, beating it until It is
thick and cold; spread between and ou
top of layer cake.
Quick Graham Bread-Beat one egg.
add one-fourth cupful of sugar, twow
Inblespoonfuls of nlolasseu, one. ciiupfl
of milk, one Cupful of molasses, flour.
one cupful of wheat flour, four level
teaspoonfuls of bilking powder and one
tablespoonful of melted butter; tu'ra
Into butterell pans and bake forty-five
minutes in a moderate oven.
'Mulnstard Cream Dressing-Stir to.


PetLier onue cupful .mlk. yolks of
three eggs, one tablespoonful of mus-
trrd, one lblespoontul of sugar, two
1:liblIsp asilt melted butter aidl
t Io wen oe-l l tableailonfuls
0o Ali dti c beit Totv one eupful
(,r hot vinegar; cook In the double
'molllr Untit :Mttclped. It too thick
nli n cold add eola milk or cream.
Apple Puffs-peat two eggs; add to
them one pint of milk and flour enough
to nake a drop batter; add two level
Icaspoonfuls of baking powder or one
'level teaspoonful for C cup of flour;
,nld a littIl ItV'i title of the
bnattcr In tFch ? h a little of
Chopped apples, h pour over some
la:,tter; team one bour; serve with
lemon sauo~o "-
Spice Prudiag--Four cupfuls of
bread crumbb balf a captfol of milk,
one coptl of molassee, two teaspoon-
filas of iram6 eh. Ial h teaspoeful if
ce(veaC iV li ttle allspice, half a sa11ll
Inutmeg, ated; disolve half a tea-
spoonfl dt otf: to half cap of boU-
InR watte add to-thp mature, with
two OPas, l a eup o of sEu one cup-
ful of amrl0 stolid, and four; 11l
ronlds two4 eda ia a" team thbre
hours. -;".
"unrtle PtHqrcgTw e fl5. Ws
ourh pored Mfwm one-
qqart tiaer, Sr-q te
tos 'n w*Grt> tnpgoo *


Sugar Do

aour -a

Paks


Mrs. Rosa Adams, nece of
the late General Roger Hansnm,
C.S.A., wants every woman to
know of the wonders accomr
lished by Lydia E. Pinkbam's
vegetable Compound.
DirP.a MRS.a. is itAjM : -,i cannot
tell von with pen 'and llc what good
Lydia 1I5. Pinlkhams Vegetalle.
Compound did for me, suffering from
tho ills peculiar to the sex extreme
lassitude and that all gone feeling. I
would rise from my bed in the morning
feeling more tired than when I went to
bed, b-it ihcfore 1 used two bottles of
LIydtia E. Pinkhaii's VeAfetable
Compounld, I legan to feel the btoy-
ancy of my younger days returning.
became reg!llair, "could do more work
and not feel tired than I had ever been
able to do before, %o I continued to use
It nntil I was restored to perfect health.
It is Indeed a boon to sick women and
I heartily reconineud it. Yours very
truly, Mats. RosA ADAM~s, 819 12th St.,
Louisville, Ky." -- 50so forfeit t nafrilnal o
above tettar proving genc witness cannot be prde=d.
FREE. MEDICAL AD-VICE TO-.
WOMEN. ;
Don't hesitate to write to Mrs.
Pinkhlin. Se1 will understand
your cise perfectly, and will treat
Youl with kindness. Her advice
Is free, nnd' tlie address is Lynn.
Mass. No 'oulnslin evor refpreCtted
having written iher, and she has
helped thousands.

Icy.
"Di.ln't you git no money from dat
woman yer held up?" asked the first
footpad.
"Naw," ropliod the other, shivering
slightly.; -Sho wiz from Boston."
"Well, Boston people has money."
"Mebho dey .ha, but whon I set to
her, 'Money or yer life, lady,' sheo
sez, 'How dare ye speak ter me wld-
out do formality of a Interduction.'
seo she, an' leaves me fruz stlff."-
Philadelphia Press.

TERRIBLE FATE.
Parrot-What is the matter with
the monkey?
Owl-He thins lie's going to die.
Great bh.ilover (p transmigration, you
know.
Parrot-What of that?
Owl-Why, he's afraid he'll return
to earth in the rape of a dude.-
Chicago News.

ANE EPOCIH.
"How old are you?" the school'
teacher asked thei how ctuhdont.
"Six years old," lisped the little
one.
"Wlihn were -you six?" asked the
teacher.
"The day our hired girl came,"
aid t'he little one, conclusively.-
Pittsburgh I)ispatch.

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Like erllate ialrlura They swooped
Down ou tbu Polls.
VWhnt women with the elective fran-
rl!;Ie canli do when they make up their
nluds to get control of the schools la
well Illustrated by the returns from
tLe is'hool.district elections In Kansas.
Tlhe returns also tend to destroy the
venerable, time-worn tradition to the
effect that women cannot keep A ase
' ert. nnd Lence are unfltt d for polities.
T'lj' aIssues of the campaign In Kansas
ilo:i which the women achieved their
ica:oy were kept a secret in each dls-
.Ir;ct imill the day- of balloting. In-
credible as Ilils may seem. !* appeai
to' be a blunddntly ntifrmed by the dim-
tlr It'h front the Sunflower State. '
'T'hl..pletforn oil which the wometi
m;atietly coidueted s wil innlg tight de-
m'lared In fnvor of wiping out the ob-
jectloniable provisions of the State
teancellrS' contracts, which prohibited
Steicliers froun recelving calls from
their ndmirig male f ielendaduring the


A : PYr WOMNM,
Mrs. Prre, wwit
IIf. K arp., 0
Ideit (.014i*-
gow," Ken'
tucky, say,"
"I was sof- -
ferl.ng from
a compllea.
tlou of kid-..
ney ttrosll-
bles. e,
aides a
bad back. I
Shad a great dena
of trouble will the
secretions, whircb
were exeeedlngly variable., soneilmes
excessive and at oftlhr tlntes maenttl.
The colo r was hIgh. and paasnae were

titon. Doan's Kidney ulll soou regal
Isted the kluleey secretions., nakinig
their l o r normal, and sbiishe lid Ihe
Intrlilintlon which catnsed te scalld-
Ing bllaisalloni. I can rest well., my
baick Is strong said kiUlid, sand I feel
nallh beltey.' i every way.'.
Foster-MIlbirn Co., iusffalo. N. Y.
For lale by. all dealers, price 50sceals
per box.

OLD MEXICO.


A N


e n
and
peal
be i
devi
hbe
body
wirv.
wo v
WIOVE
but
trap
most
che
local
thmi
gaem
Aerr
surfi
drow
hunt
:.w
the
not
th ret
be d
press
aro
bu t


tame costume. L

. .ribt on hv
-. ga


TERRAPIN TRAPS.

4w Devile for Eaxterminatlng the
Diamond Back.
ha. terrapin hunters have adopted
ow mnclhal tfor catching terrapin.
what faw are left In the t'hes.-
ke Bay and il( trilbutarles will so.au
In the terrapin Iounds. Theo n, w
lee Is a trap conatructedi aboutll in
same principle as the eel pot. The
y of the trap Is constructed of
and the entrance of twine, so
en that the terrapins easily enter,
fnd it Impossible to get out. The
is then filled with balt, for the
t part crushed crabs, and net In
marsh where terrapins have been
ted. The terrapin hunter walks
ugh the marsh and discovers his
e by the plrotruding hea.ls. as the
pins are compelled to come to tho
ice to breathe Many of them are
noedl in these traps, and one
er states that he has aeen twooty-
drowned In this manner during
present st imer. A terrapin can-
live In one of these traps over
o hliors, .and .thus the hunter nlust
n the move constantly If he would
e.rve his- game 'a!lve. Terraplns
also being caught in purse neta,
these cannot be used In shallow
ams successfully ion account of
numerous stumps of trees on the
om., Ono hunter mnde a largo
with a fyke some weeks aeo. HIo
a large number of terrapin going
narrow' marsh stream and know
It was useless to follow them at
on account of the numerous deep
a which rendered the terrapin
tIcally safe front pursuit. He
'fore stopped up the stream with
'xc' tlltlo cin of one nariow outlet, .1
h he placed his fyke. Night attor
I he wanted piat:.titly for the tel-
n to come down. At length ont I
t there came a heavy rain, anil
terrapin came down wllh a rusaIh '
int he caught more of them then i
adl caught at one tinm for many n
s.--altilmore Suit.
N I A tOUND.


school term and provided for forfeit- --- s tre
nre of a portion of their salaries If the Americana Are Changing the Natlves.? the
wonimen nirirried before the ethe ndothe Lazy Customs. bottom
school terins. The capital, the enterprise and Inl.- haul
Than.t suech provisions could be McprT tlative of the American people have saw
poirat:tl i teachers' contracts In such enabled Mexico to leap from tho tenth "P a
na advanced coimnionwealth as Kansas to the twentieth century. Mexico's that
taxes the credulity of ordinary minds, fourteen millions of people are grow- ncet
ut there pear to be no doubt that thsand ears in s manyho'
school boards, where the mena were in Weels. Tho whole territory of tmhe r
coritroll we've disposed to. enforce them
to the letter. When It became evident repble is' owned by about 7,000 land olhr
t; at these boards Intenuided incorpordt- barons, with millions of peoris for the V
ing these senseless provisions in the serfe. American enterprise, with its whlc
teachers' contracts for the new school' investment of $500,000,000. has dealt ".in
year.the women of the State prepared peonage a deadly blow. The peon un- I'RPi
for a tight. The "went after" their der .the Mexican system earned 15 night
husbands, brothersaitid sweethearts lit cents a day, and was always kept In the t
the most approved style of the smooth debt by his patron, who held him per- eo th
ollitcl.'in. A campaign was organized manently by this. obligation; and he h
u'wh'il aroused the women of the State transferred him with every saai of the ycar!
in every district where "their liberties estate to the purchaser, But the.
were'o menaced." Every woman was Americans; with their railroads, farm-
urged, to go to the polls on the day of Ing methodS, smelters and Industrial "I
plectlIn anid vote -fot thrIee-women for
el n and ote o three women o .energy generally, have bid up the price weal
Sal ikbersof the district board., of labor to 7tScents, $1 and mre a "0
And, like-"clever i0oliticlans, they
swooped down on the polls In the after, day. The Peon thue pays off his debts "If Y
noon of election day before the men and beoowes a free man. The Mexl-. Vlia
could marshal their scattered forces. can Government offers free education
And they saved the day for the Kansas to his children, from the elementary W
sclhooltan'am. lF orinany years to come school to the university, and schooling ory
It is not likely that any school board will soon become compulsory. mont
will attempt to use the schools .as ani Mexican trade with the United in tl
fiagmiy for discouraging matrimony.- States is constantly on the Increakse.
Chicago Ricord-Herald. We sold the sister republic in 1901-
-' 1902 a third more than all the rest oft "H-
Keepin lthe Mouth vell overmed. the world combined. We bought from sheo
No one will deny either the scarcity her four times more than she so!d. to by hi
or the charm of a beautiful mouth, but all other nations. The uncertain "W
iaunoig all the aids of beauty one sel- value of Mexico's silver money affectts lor,
ldonm finds any lore pertalutnng to the trade injutiously, making It a gamble. but i
cultivation of thils featour Many oth. 'Tho bootblack must ra!ae the price of founi
et-wso hbeantiful women have certain hne hen sllver deprecates. grav(
lite nnd tricks ot curving andtm p t Wagesl' do not rise correspondingly.
ting ie lips than ptende. Children the apital figures on a margin of 30 per
timle more than plain.. ChhUdrenc c n y e
quite habits early in life of twisting c6nit., and yet often loses money:
theiAmerlan capital Is, In spite of this i t
stuffing them with various articles that back, pouring nto the lad of the
leave thejr unpleasant traces In anter Montezumaa. Seventy per cent, of all a
life. Parents -and iguardianas should American money (nvested-!n Mexico Pi"mp
strike to correct all grimacing and ihas gone Into railroad development. LUlcer
grinning propensitlea. Tho habit of The Mexican Contral has taken S159,- ion, 1
sucking tle under lip la often contrnct- 000.000; the National, $107,500,000. Cance
ed in bablhood and should be piroumptly Eighty per cent, of all Mexican rail- CIa5
broken. way capital 1i Amerlcad. There s1 en ow
.-_- .now a railway mileage there of 11,000, b ttle
Fraseinatlng at Forty. and It Is steadily growing. All ..tho frro
It Is when she has passed the fburth Important systoms but three are own. i ]dg.,
decade that a woman is now maid to be ed by Americans. They have acquired i rce
inost dnngerous to the susceptibltty of the National froin the British and the i.,i,
the other sex. says a writer lu the1' Phil- Gulf line from the Belgians. Tli' o .i
ndelphin Inquirer. Her face may have lTnlted States furnlrhes thA operatinR u II.
lilies that "sweet and twenty" I-tgardl ofcert, conductors, engineerR and lI
will dituay, lie' figure may be fuller oemet:-mes lies entire train crew
than "sweet seventeen" calls grace- Amr lean methods ar. rejuvennilng i ',li
ful: it may even be that art has to step the old Mexicnn mines. Amerlcans I
In iwhlre nature falls in the ioatter are improving the great ranchos and I F1-4
hnlr and conmplexlon. but it In manner developing the manufacture of cotton I '-'lq
which tells. In carriage, in Interest, In aster thn the raw material can he Nrvl
thought. the woianii of forty ut the supplied by Mexico. Sope of the raw
present d s opa nanyoun as her dnugh- supplied by Mexico. Rompe of the in r
present day Is as youny ns her da0g I oton ban thi.i to be Impored hrom I
ter less than half her years, but her Iottn has tis Tl e rre m Ip II
iniud is better balanced, her Judgn*nts the lUnlied Stales. There are Amerl
lud better balancedher udgmnt can factories of every kind every. M rm
are clearer. where Americans are construriting Ilo ,l
-. great Irrigation dams and canala. The
S \ S Mexican people are adopting A meri- has b
can ways. The American circus has
C s4CEl taken the descendants of the Aztec rin
Ss an worshippers by storm. The type- I i
writer Is a popular Institution. A Du
Moonlight-blno is one of the new wireless telegraph system connects $1000
shades of chiffon. he oppoelle shores of tlhet ul1 of
For afternoon wear nothing ap- California.ls est of all, the Mexicans Fru
preaches broadcloth. propose to elect a successor to Diaz wih
Emerald green velvet makes a stun- without a revolutlori. Even more A I
ning reception dress, striking sl thq grasp of American croa'
Black velvet bands are becomingly capital sod enterprise on the Cana-
worn around the neck. dlan dominion.
en may the m Into a The spirit of Old Glory, therefore.
telveteen may b made to a trotregns from Yucatan to dreenland.
Passemoir enerle orn ens o r g and blesses a whole continent with an
Passementerle ornaments of varying Amerlcanllng benefiting Its every
lengths will be used on coats and cos- I mnterest.-aloulvllle Herald.
tunies of all kinds.
A hunch of Illyof-the-valley blossoms ( .m.sir Tea. ha
and leaves Is the design for the front Chnls h prove
of a head chatelaine bag. I Teculture eiperimnts have proved 1
o successful in' Jamaica andt it I now
The cape bolero with Its wide. abort hoped that this most unlucky Islaud
sleeves is a picturesque garment in will prove an ideal place for the
great favor with the young. growth and cnultlvatlon of tea. The
"('ollarne" Is now shown In every Chinese varieties grow luxuriantly, b(
combination, with alternating strips of but more hope la placed on the Assam at
white, as well as all black. and Ceylon hybrids.-3leican Herald. t0
There are many panels on the new, mao newest. ese. cl
gowns, and often their edges are hwrle. wtupleosd. c
The reoadrs of tbis paper wil be pleaesd!
lllslhed wlith the drop trimmings. learn that there is at least one dreeaded il- aI
It Is simply a matter of choice as to ease lhat mulaie has bees bl to eS l at C
which length of coat is most becomilog it:ue is and o snly poiietrhbe now isownal d
to you. for all lengths are fashionable. the medleal IruaeraUy. Catarrh belag a oon-
P'earl and gold will divide fismt bhon- etitutLons dllesa, reuln a eonuattltoaat
ureatmeut. Hall's 'atleghl ure istakea Inlt-
ors In button garniture next season nsjiy, aetingdireetlyoponthebloodeJidmu- ti
with the crocheted variety a close see- counsertrmlotlirsayesll, sthereblydstroiy-
d. Inlb (oiifndaUton ot tlloh tdi e, iad glvLi -
ond. hs peflt srengthby lldlnig up tte eos-
Camel's hair stbelline grows in favor staut al asd a'S sl in oing UI -
every day. The merchants are con- work. lepropristois haveso mseh IC(bI h i
stantly receiving new Involcea of It Ion dieoraU r paves that they oer One ias.
pdrid Dollars for emy dseth'it It ails to urue.
varying patterns. ,,ad for irt of ienmlais. Ad4Mrm
One mnst study the style at gown F .. UJsSmn a t o., *ul ote, O.
with which a hat Is to be worn as well Eo:,L by Urithei, i t.
us the face whcbh wear It. No woman e b
would think of wearing a Oalasbor- Metal Ole mosew.
tough with a tailored gown. 'br. J. W. Gnuyo. at Levin, Coryell
SFor evening wear or tomal after- County. Texas. has an all-Iron gla C
eoon occeasons novel halt orasments house. The tramse pets re to be -rl- 5
come In ,tbe form of bow Ikots, made en Into the grondS abet two feet; thie
of cieaiy dahed sequt l gMll onsI orners and jolnte a to e a Staeds
about an inch wide. In tie seis eft, together with leeks an bolts lemilar
facts. to bed oeeks; the wiml shand v rw" ar
DI e lck ribbon wli be a fetuagn gl o to be of corragaled shet i + ,


SAPUDINE
f =-g

rea


1


MARSHALL FIELD wAND cb.'s All
MARSHALL I'l"LUWAREHOUSE
Cured of Catarrh of Kidrney by
Pe-ru-n-ri. -


11i0S. JUl? T. SIIEAIiAN, OF ('CHICA(iO.
lion. JphiT.Sitahcn, who lina been fr seveintcen y'.c rnt aI-.T:'r of NMiushall
Pield & Co.,' woleseI wiarlehounise. and i, co'iorpoal 'al I;tI'' lCI 11. .'llla I. Ng. UJ.
writlc the. following iteor fromn 373 India naaveiiite, l:lait. hix, ('li. ,.*", 11l
['ierisin Jledllloii>e (, O.(Caumbiu O(Ilo..
ientrlmatnen---'( Liasa h, eP Jt eC*l u it eL w i'okmpe esmnI too setile gas
1 y ckiillsepI a 1 aIJieots I Ae bdL6'4t. I tred rfai coaeple o/.kidneti remsedie
ai';,rluaictinfletisad, b I .# theyi@tt "f'hlelp ,me rity. Oie of sny /oreusole
otl a)o o1 tlte ,rast hedip.hi hado rayev o I! s a/ 1*(a *'j)nm( iL al o ituasttrl
>>iraid I (( J A 1Jt ira dnfl l lob a t'eavsting:e t d ,s as lall osn a y feet a larg part oe the
Ltu, inlc trouble sme'o's I hinr affenoated w*i *ertaitLha l p, s b Otl boL les ef
r'eru niao urerden.ca e rel a nt -IwoI ne f be o I tthoa teit fir/aI Ilaree wsonlths
itla ry. '"---J,'IN.T. 1lttIA iLA N.
Mr. JnolTa) K'Fg wri eu from 44 Sumnier such Ipronlincito thatol tlhe ello nat ur
Ilviiie. H oklyn, N. Y. of tBle iaaIa is at *llto ..al ia-l-a'cli, but the
"li tos, e ane. 1 v1 aOtr s. t .age cli'roaic; va-riety onay c'ain.' a al aut noa -tooe wat. 0. #A Iaog e a iindin.lilimsly lAli- it ll',i ia'.' is taot 111-
i/ veralt< u-ftlve'fofttharltnkl to yvOir pecteil until fr. i'r: f j tl a I' .imt.'ledil ftel
woei l)er/tl rtmalev Pt.'re t. ..-i.ornughly(I pon its vilriini..
Si. At le AppeltArane) of the frvt tsymptom
Ircob ll.. Peruna ihonul ble takcn. 'Ilas r-medy
iatrrharl tiinflanlinntion of the mmcoi ia trikes at 0oce at the vcay root of the dim-
liniKL of the kiatiais, nv aloi called( "ilrilit ase. ..
lilieltlr." niy ltU aeitlir state or chronic. A book on ectarrhi sent free by The IP-
uI'i nre'ilte forni p'rodaari's iyt niiaiat a a rmins Mi edline Cao.. (' oCa nil'am s. (0.


,f "In rlrnFresh PackedOrrAeg
01.76 in Papa IC r.o.X b
fl~rr ij "a r v "alt. Kt IitiPre fiola o liw ntll l)omnlber iOth.
t-.J'J. EP .re[ i i {'ali i lthe nrdur.
a WANr-2i) pounds Dremred fratFish
l W .W. ply tie -lithti ('a<-h I'll-rrl forr Otier
BANK DEPOSIT 2e2$ 4Ut air""wn,,.nesaiotaa
5 900iI re Pat,-00 .. l. it oorm nttkle Atd AnIKlgator Hlid
aC _- o U fer bitIp UI U yotur 1rlls.*
Moo &% l0.OtSr.iM, WI. B nAKINSON CO., KISSIMMELFLA
4LORUIAMAUl-A NI5OOLLU5.I.a..01 WO. "B. flA"K


Take- Down Repeating Shotguns
SDqnt spiend from $50 to $200 fo au when for so
mch eas money ou can buy a Winchester Take-
Dow Repcating Shottgn, which will outshoot and
outlast the highest-priced double-barreled un,
besides being as safe, reliable and handy. our
Sdealercan show you.one. They are sold everywhere.
WmaNO 00TI TNL s AseilMt OedCW iAVo N
WINCHESTER REPEATING AHRMS00C.NKWHAVEN.CONN.
Avery &Compan


Avery & Company
aIIUORsokia TO
AVERY a McMILLAN,
- B--na Moth I Foyreth St., Atlntan, 0G
-A.LL KINDa Of-

MACHINERY


DON'T eua
v

GEIT WET
\AS YOUl DEAlttE PO .Tlt

SLICKI'D
MADE fAMOUS BY A REPUTATION
EATNDING OVER MORE TtANH
HALF A CLNTU'.
'TOWER'S OaiMsri nd C
\ hats are r i the blit /I
AUNAMrel in W o M r Ilow
\ or I irt isWofwtwork.
MIIOn IrAS 3PJ IK ETOt 10
;7w


DRINGINO ITIM AltOUIND.
can't get up early." said a,
thy gentleman- to his iootor.
h, yj,. you .'an," Wia (the reply,
rou will only follow my advice.
t Is your usual hour of rising?"
ioe o'clock."
'ill, get up halfian-hour later iV-
day; and in the" course of a
h *on will fnd yourself up at 4
he mornlng."--Poarson'a Weekly.

MilRN CONJ2CTURIO.
ave you ever known awy- one."
asked, "who was .actually kllle.d
ipplness?"
ell," replied the crusty old bach-
"I can't say positively an to that,
did know a chap onco who was
I dead on hisa mother-ln-law'o
o."-Ct'hlcngo Record-lHorald.

B. D. 0. SENT FREE.
UBIpot *nil Skiln )lseCsesl, Canners
Itehlainu Hinort HBnao P'cin.
nion Blood alilIn (It. 11. D.) cures
es, *cab, .\cay, itching EcacIna.
a, Eating S Sre ,.Scro h,-ua. Blood I'o;-
Bone Pains, Swellings, liheumatiatm,
r. Especially adlviedai for chroltic
that doctors, patent niedicinea and
Springs fail to culre or eolp. Strength-
eak kidneys. Druggists, $1 per large.
. To prove it cuires It. 1i. 1). snt
6y writing Il.oeoi0) BAi.m Co, 53 Bilin
SAtlanta, (Ia. Describe troublte"and
lle(dicatl lndvice se t in.sealed 'letter.
jin' tiseit ait. otner, prepaid. All wi
Slinl 'you m ill sptak a god word for
II. wih n ri urril.
ail's real' of a oi'fra llais rnr alis-nls
zil's rerll Ir of tMe wl,1r:ls ar eullluip





glints fr reac- Iaersmn.
Ii aslsows'lSaotlIn- e wyriap for nlllfirnia


limnkiiia raiaiasl of New York Lily
t., Orsime invoiire. No J..i r r. rvo W.
'tt r tlls .I1lv',s ilHa 'ir Dr. KHII,'4 (Iroir t '
1.a K r.lN. l td.. 01 1 r.ili t I., l. i.





Hoinon tIei r aire nri l and a half hle


l:lawyr in's othl yrs p or. hlern in










Colds
as I bad a terrible old and could
rdly brerah. I th n tried Ayork '








enrry PectorIll and It gave mer Im
edlrte ( relief








., C Lyton, de Ill00.

How will ypur couh

biy. Por it's first a cold,
men a cough, then bron-
intis or pneumion lo, and
,00 a diny Ir wagrerI on horsmr.



























iral.
Wit ilJi ll not AIn Ioodi dyd

lawyer isn't aiwe. tros, even i








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Ou I had a tertble cold and could
rdly breathe. I then trled Ayer'a





e townwghtP torse, prob-

.in a cough, then bran-








tah elegails.. i<.,'1. Allaggings.


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Reliable Frlok Englnes. eollne%, .
Slxes. Wheat Sepeartor.






BEST ilPROVER SAW IILL Kif
Large Englrne and Bollern suppiled
promptly. Shingle MIlls, Corn MIIsi
Circular Sawseaw Teoth,Pstint Doel,
Steam dovemior. Full line tnglnse
Mill upp41 ee. end free Catllogue
iv:


WJMILL
I Unl*orsial I
VarashmeY ase
AC'Ct'RaanTStE4


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FOLLOW

THE

FLAG.
DAILY.
VERY I.0l1 1an1 WAY RATE TO
California,
Washington,
Oregon,
Montana
Anl Interniadlate polnt Ask your tloket
sgerit or wriln
F. W. GREENE, D. P. A.,
WADAGH R, R.,
.l o. rltb AVn ,,,. 1.ol'ItVlf |,. KY
It lpan Ta liauleare

m medicine ..r min.l.
A hundred miainlllo'it
of Iallai have een
old lun time United
laltps In a single
year. .very Illness
arliall from a disordered stomach la
relieved or cured by thelr use. Bo
common I it'that diseases originate
from the stomach It mnay be safely as-
serted there Is no condition of III
health thit will not be benefited or
cured by the occasional use-of Riper
Tabules. L'byslclau know thea
speak. highly of them. All d
sell them. The rfiv-cuS t paeaL Y
enough for an ordinary one
the I'amilly Bottle. lalty cents,
*b hbeoehold. supply for a y7
generally gltves ellet wltSlAt R
a- .- --. -


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or doRp. be j-








i Wjtal. Ilr DID TAUA-BI"-O,-. .t
S "; .'""'',e M 1It; is reported ilu this chlnty-we Judge JBt si~. ii .
D. 8. GODWIN, have head it from several sources aiffied bearinl..did the g snerti eou. a
S Edor and Proprietor. -that Senator Tallaferro gave to a duct of the court proceedings, is
son of Mr. Harry Mason, of Jack- inyiftuhi the esteem and appeoba- C
unteredl April 28, 1903, at Gainesville, sonville, a scholarship to the United qjln .ft the 'legal profession. --St.
-as., as second-class matter, under Act of States Naval Academy at Annaa n'gUtii Repord. F
Congress of, March 3, 1879. o. d w R
ga of, March 3, 89 olis, Md., without requiring a tt- .. :-- a
Published every Tuesday and Friday, Mason to undergo an examnatip t as we predicted ex-Senator
at $.00 a year in advance, and without giving theirr fjt' imalkines he has received a H
so Centd for Six Months, men in the State opportunity to "a to the senate. We are of
25 Cents for Three Monthb. compete for the b~ ianhi:p. We the opinion that When the campaign a
-do not lAi' t t the re- closes and the votes are counted he c
Local Readervs n brevere type. 5 cats" port 1k wo 5ld like to will find that Callism lingers only C
, a lne for each Insertion. kal :i ; and many other in memory.-PalatkaTimes-Herald. -
Space for display advertisements priced lo would like to b b
on application. Some years ago a negro shot and
on -pp.caon. certainly every voter in killed a negro woman at Clyatt's J
91 :111 beas a right to klow, and turpentine still near Chiefland. The k
We fail to understand why thes %lstof th6m will want to know if murderer escaped, but Sheriff
public should watch Prof. Lang.- th scholarship furnished to our Walker located him in Barlow jail
ley's "flying machine" so closely, enstor (without cost to him) to be a few days ago, and he will stand
for there seems to be no danger of given to some worthy young matt, trial for his life at the spring term
its getting away. was really given to young Mason of court.--Levy Times-Democrat.
If the Governor don't climb up without giving others an opportu-
l er nity to compete for it. and if so Some of the candidates who are
higherthanthed Med tropolisa Bead can why. so claiming credit foreverything which
cartooned edossibly Senator Taliaferro had has happened for past several years,
easily rear up on his hind legs and a right to do as he pleased with the may have to take some of it back
get at His Excellency. scholarship, but it has been cus- when they get to Madison county.

Mr. R. B. dodwin of High tomnary heretofore to.have a coin- At least they'll have to prove to us
Springs, and Mr. C. H. Crisman of petitive examination and give all that they were not responsible for
Micanopy, are authorized to take young men an opportunity to corn- the recent storm in this section.-
ubucriptiols and collect for THu pete for such scholarships, and Madison Recorder.
STAn. See them about it. why should Senator Taliaferro have
ignored anestablished precedent by You can never tell what Gover-
The tenth annual convention of giving-without the public's nor Jennings is going to do next.
the United Daughters of the Con- knowledge-this scholarship to the Last week he made an appointment
federacy is in session in Charleston. son of one of the wealthiest men in in accordance with the recomlinen-
Eight or ten of Gainesville's prom- Jacksonville? dation of the- Hillsborough courtty
inent ladies are in attendance. We are told that Mr. Harry executive committee, and a few
Mason, the' father of the young days later ignored a similar recom-
Another candidate has announced man to whom 4 is said Senator mendation in Nassau county. The
for Congress. It is Hon. Walter Taliaferro gave the scholarship Nassau democracy is calling f-r
P. Watson of Orlando. Those who without his having to stand a corn- an explanation.-Levy Times- Detn-
know him say he is an excellent petitive examination, is worth in ocrat
gentleman, a locomotive engineer, the neighborhood of $200,000. He
and popular with the brotherhood. is sad to be one of. the largest and An idea of the inneusity of
Mr. Louis J. Brumby, of the wealthiest liquor dealers fa the Florida's cattle trade with Cuba
Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, State, and is certainly well able to may be gained irom soie figures
nd lso onected with the Oalsend his son to school without send given the Times by Capt. James
Daily and Weekly Banner, was a ing him on a free scholarship that McKay. During the season just
S welcomed caller at the STAR office would have been so acceptable to ended of cattle t Tampaded 13,kka,
i y eterday and fromman head of cattle at Tampa, Miakka,
erday, and from here he o- meyoung whos w y Punta Gorda and Miami, and land-
c, needed to Lake City. Brother and competent but unable td pay ed 13,014, losing 102 These cat-
.,. Brumby is one of Florla's clever- nis way in a good school. If Sen-
eBrt andby i one of loridapetent n clever ator Taliaerr ha been isr p- te cost in Florida $174,290.---
est and moot competent newspaper Tampa Times.
me'' mn resented in this matter, we shall lie Taipa Times.
t' Isn ot, pleased to set him straight before An Oklahona man visiting Chi-
It is now claimed that all of the our readers. An Owinhoma man visftind Co-
P _cageo was invited by his friend out
anti-Barra people aie to be request- ,,UOD BLESS THEM to see the zoo He replied "Not
ed lb center on Domerty to secure to see tne zoo He replied: "No,
Barr' defeat. It will require ore A few days ago the STAR mlan thank you. I stay at ioome. My
Barr' defeat. It will require more was traveling on the A. C L. rail- oldest daughter does the kanngroo
votes than the anti-Bar men willhe road, and at a small station some walk, iny second daughter talks
cast to elet Dorerty, for whe o the where between Hawthorn and Pa- like a parrot, Iny soin laughs like a
ould-be corporation magnates ad latka, a Northern- gewntlemant and hlyel't. nim wile watches m: like a
political opponents are counted
I thereal bpponents are counties lady entered the coach, and as the hawk, mn cook is as cros4 as a hear.
therewill be but a few ati-Barra train pulled away from the little and tsty uaoth, r-in tlaw s-uy-r I anlt an
men left. station there were a number of per- old gorilla. W\ei I gn ainy wh,. re
S Gaire ville is not only the geo- sons-ladies atid gentlemen-wav- I want a change." I w a lknge.
graphical center of the State, but it Iug farewells to the Norhei n
s in the center of several of the couple. While the run was being John I). Rockefeller, rate-d wa the-
State's leading industries. It is made to the next station the norath- richest maln i y tLie world, if not the
about the center of the turpentine erners were declaring each to the richest utan the world has ever
and lumber industries and close to other that :.;where els.! were the known, was initiated a few days
the great phosphate belt. It is people so great hearted as they had 'since, as a membtler of the yotunig
surrounded by the fittest, truck found tloridians to be, aind asa- men's club of the Euclidl Avene
farming lands andcattle range, and other station was being approached Baptist church in Ulevelamd
near the city-in almost any dl- the newspaper man noticed the Rockefeller took occasion to say:
rection-is fine hunting and fishing. northern couple preparing-as he Forty-eight years ago I walked
thought-to leave the coach, but the streets of this city a poor boy
A contemporary yesterday bad not so; they were only preparing without a job. I wanted work atnd
Stockton, Barrs and Broward car- to take a farewell of some Florida I looked earilestly for it. I got a
toosted grinding their axes on the friends whom they expected to little job and I worked hard and
political grindstone. Honest vo- meet the trai and tell them good kept that little job. That is ti nhe
frt ters appreciate honest axe-men, and bye. The train delayed only a secret of all my success. I have
S while the cartoon was not intended minute at this station, but tany worked hard all n sy life and [ have
o a compliment to the three can- good byes atl d farewells were ex- succeeded in keeping my job."
idatets, it's twenty-penny nails changed, and as the train pulled Green Cove Spring.
to carpet-tacks over here that out from the station, antd the nor.
the cartoon will make votes for the thern couple returned to their seats The stir raised over Stockton'-
three gentlemen whom it was de- with several baskets of oranges tnd having called Taliaferro a liar at
signed to inuure. other Florida fruits, and flowers, Punta Gorda, has obscured tire
S All of the talk about the ladies presented by their Florida cack ferro was questaliar. Taliaferro charged-
S4reaes being too long, especially friends, tle lady said with great ferrStockton sold out the Times-aliaferrocharged
their lraummer dresses, is the purest earnestilss: "What blessed people Unithat Stocn kt Flagler and ouist the Times-
Skind of bosh. There are but few these Floridians arel .I never saw money gained thereby in his Sen-
s"ummer dresses that have too much anything hke it! God bless then. atorial canvass. The truth is that
..' dreas material in them. It may. ..There lives no better people on Mr. Stockton was forced out by
saeem a little extravagant to see so earth than these Southerners." Flagler money, and sold at a loss.
S much of the dress trailing on the And he spoke the truth. The Tal'aferro papers have not


ground, but whea we consider the given all the facts, and when they
fact that those same dresses ATOR are known Stockton's offence does
wouldn't rouch the ground at all if The Atlanta Journal, speaking not appear so heinous. Front their
the top part of them extended as of Senator Gorman as a presiden- accounts, Stocktou would appear to
high as they migh extend, we can't trial candidate, says as follow: have said nothing at Punta, Gorda
accuse the dear ladies of being ex- "Senator Gorman, by his recent except calling Taliaferro a liar. Are
tanvigant. What seems to be d o r and e- they afraid of Stockton's speech
wasted at the bottom-and some- tige than he has at any previous there?-Citizen-Reporter.
damem more-is saved at the top. time during his career. It was a
h' bitterly fought .campaign that he .he square man measures the
S The time to gather fruit is when has just won, and he won it despite same each way, and hasn't crooked
It is ripe, and almost any one can the efforts of President Roosevelt, or cheap lumber about hin. He is
gather It when the proper time who took an unbecoming and almost free from knots and sap, and won't
" The same it be said hysterical personal interest n t. He r stuff and i
'ol. l cti sa ngt bot e said Moreover, Gorman, by a clever warp. He is clear stuff, and t
:l1iot the collection of the "Indian maneuver, suddenly put the pres- makes no difference what you work
ir calt'" when the time for ident on the defensive on the race him up into, he won't shrink. He
'lw. became ripe. Hons. question; andclearlyenunciated iis among men what good kiln dried
RI lViW4ry and James P. Talia- Importance as a campaign ia1ne board are tmongcarpentera-won't
.oa ois,. bad Wits. Davis for the next year. Gorman is the sa. or erack. It doesn't make
re.nried Clejae f t m. ocr recognized leader of the Democratk Itd ae
Srkman Congrmen, hap- nmiuority in the aeatc; and be t a- any difference which side.of him
to be Waridla's reppident- sesses in remarkable combination yOn come up to, he is the same
iq Washlngtc u and the fruit the qualities which make a pro- each way, aWd the only way.to get
I '- The clalm that* either toudly deep politician and a mag- at blIt anylow is to face him. He
d---. 0el lead r. l'e jes the ability to
r Jeniungs deserves a t nd utir at Mor ~ kro he m U Pare and he never
p ,-d ro e*, #W ,, -M wo e .over
!fa the collection of a man wh b b as never been Wpends ,iy to prove it.
Had '-lls., aoW by the IglMm of pinchback Te p.tqal i et the best
beea otht- away the real, 0h.
9thwo dunows~
bI 0 6lar


tO1l 5tuAM l'eI taini,, t ... UT TO SN o o
art siof at d'ere of 48 d% sa d ren-d n twenty.-veutl hutidredtltl. cre h L
M ip" dy of October, n. ore or les. *F
10 by Heltorble T. Will. iudte ot Together with .All and mingulnr the
lrdfit C9wtOthe" iighaJIJudiale tenements. hereditamnents an. apprten-
ircuit of loridka, In and for Aachua ances thereuntO belonging. or in any wise tt l epar m t
h.aceofda o.i wCotton -Department'lt. FAIN VILL-,
ptuty, in ase there pending on the appertaining, and the reversion ainl rTe-
.hancery aidq of said court, wherein .versions. remainder and remalnders.
rannie T. Porter, Is Cmplainant, and rents. issues a.n'i profits thereof. i
battle L. Smith, in her owr right. and Said property levied upon and to be ) i $ Isla U'd got0q
s Admindistrti of a ud for the estate of sold as the property of the said Defcn- '
H. R. mtaitb, deceased, Charles D. tents, toa satisfy and pay said decr-e. fees
laineaf lmer ,T. flaines, Charles C. pand costs; terms cash. In Seed or Lint, Large or Small-Qustit s.
-odewick Lida lHalnes, and Prank Rice This 3rd dlay of November, A. D. 1903.
re Defendant, wherein I was appointed W... IROM We fr Frm f
i a 8peaisl MIa win Chancery to exe. Special Master in Chancery. Ad vances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offes
;bi 0aid decree, I will sell at public out- a- -.--- n so S
ry, before the Court House door, in the ADRINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. de b letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
ity of Gaineaville, lit Alachua County, Notice i!t hereby given that I, as a e.l- _-.
Florida, on Monday, the 7th day of ie- niinistratrix of the estate of J).). Cron- -
ember, A, D. 1903, being legal sale day, well, deceased, will apply to ilon. Ii. G; B1 between the legal hours of 'ale, the fol- sMason. countyy Judge of Alachusa county, ..-, EaTABLiSND e s --
owing described real estate situated, ly- Florida, on the 81ht day of Decmber. TH ALAHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY
ng and being, in the County of Alachua, 1903, at ten o'clock p. in. uf said day, at THE ALACHUA UN A
n the-State of Florida. aid particularly his office in the court house in (;.ue.s Oainesville, Florida.
known, distinguished pad describLd as ville, Florida, for the nithority to ell at consideration for the investor
follows, tb-wit: private sale all tine right, title ant inter a The qiueetiull of title a first consideration for the Investor.
The north half, the north half of the eat of Fletcher Cromwell in and to the T To any piece of land in Alachua County
mouth west quarter, the south east quarter following ldescribei la nds situated, in A stra ct fTitle furnishe,,,d on ll
f the soutth west quarter, and( the west Alachua county, Florida, to wit: The PA All business given pronlpt and careful
half of the south east quarter section one; west half of Block 6, Brown's ahldition, to AXES RETUR8D AcND PAID. Attention.
all of section two; the east half of the the town of {ainesvile, 1Ilori-la, nmll B[. COL N
north east quarter; the east half of the which lies in and ig' a part of thie noith B. R COLSON, Manager.
south east quarter of section five; the east west quarter of section 5 in totlhiip ,
half of the north east quarter; the south range 20 o ^ ;s9 99999S 9 99 W9
west quarter of the north east quarter; DOIR. T. CROMW.I.L, -
north west quarter of the north west Administratrix of the I.sfate of J. ID.
quarter; the south east quarter of the Crotmwell, deceased.
north west quarter; the east half of the
east half, the south half of the noith west Profesioncif.
quarter; the south west quarter of se-
tion twelve; the north half; the south AIA EL E Ia IE% *'T .
west quarter; the north half of the south Sche-dule effective Junie 28, 1903. b
east quarter; the south west quarter of C. C. I'lONAS.
the south east quarter of section thirteen;
all of section fourteen; all of section fi- ATTOIRNI.\ A'r .' I I 55 I SOUTiHERN DIVISION. | 54 I 34 I 66
teen; the north east quarter of the north t;ainesville. al.hinrla .,1 3 op L.v Jacksonville . Ar to SO 7 I5a 5 oup
east quarter; the south east quarter of ui3e P H 3 aldwin 105o laa 6 3oa 4 20
the south east quarter of section ..even- Oppoislte IBrown [ou-e 1.16 4 j8 451P 3 54 0P Waldo ..... 8 2o 4 o4a 4 50
teen; the east half of'.the north east ''ltoe No. ,7. i2 -'1. 15 361p Ar. GAINESVILLE Lv 7 s3* o i 3up
quarter of section twenty; the east half, l5 36p 1 iv I Ar 7 53. .....
the south east quarter of the south west .... ... Cedar Key Lv 5 15 .
quarter of section twenty-one; all of sec- 'p ive. r Srings . 12 52
tion twenty-two: all of section twenty IIRIST( i' r IR .I'i j.\ ., i 26 ).... .O Silver 55.. .... 12 41p
three; all of section twenty-four; all of Wildwood 2a l 56
section twenty-five; all of section twenty- ATFORM .V ATr I.\v, 2 55p 2 arlaido . 7 op I 56p
six; all of section twenty seven; the north ai ile, I. lorna4 s Dade City ... 10 2Pp o8 37a
east quarter, the south east quarter of the P5t, 11) l'rl. p 4 plant City . 9 3P 9 45a
south west quarter; the north east quar- Office in Miller's Iaw IFxc't.ma.e. 5 ,S 1 12 Palmetto . 4 45P 7 4
ter of the south east quarter, the south 7 ,28 ,, Manatee2 4 45P 7 427
half of the south east quarter of section .. ..lf...aae. 7 e .I 4 s 7
twenty-eight; the north half of the north HAIR GROWIR. 7 45 12 30p ... Sarasota 00a oup
east quarter; the north half of the south Brooklyn, N. V., April 21, t9 tup 6 4aS. r Ta pa ....cop 5o
east quarter, the south west quarter of i)r. S. I. Giddings, NORTH .ND1) EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
the north east quarter, the east half of
the north west quarter; the south east Dear Sir:-Will yeoui kindly inform rne I. Jacksonville 8 45a 7 i4P I.v Jacksonville ... ... 3 4op 9 25a
quarter of the south ea-t quarter-of sec- by return mail if you can senml your 5.0c. tAr Fernandina o o5a 9 oop Ar Lake City .... 55P II la
lion thirty-three, the north half of the bottle of Hair Grower the Iinparalleled Ar lruttnswick . 12 osp 10 35p Ar Live Oak . 3Sp 12 o4p
north east quarter; the south west quarter (Trade Mark) and if so I will send vol Ar Savannah ..... I op ii 5oa Ar Madison ...... 7 55P12 58P
of the north east quarter, the west half, Ar Fairfax . .. 3 09p I 44a Ay Monticello . 9 lop 3 i5
the south east quarter of section thirty- a postal note for the same. Please infor Ar eniark ... 3 57p 2 20a Ar Tallabassee ...... 9 4op 3 25
four; all of section thirty-five; all of sec- rne the amount of postage if it can be Ar Colnihia . 5 30op 3 55p Ar Quincy 4 17P
tion thirty-six, in township nine south of mailed. Ar Camden . 7 4op 5 54a Ar River Junction . 5 o5p
range fifteen east. The east half of the When in Florida thie winter of 97 Ar Iannlet . 9 55p 8 o5a Ar Pensacola . no 50op
north west quarter, the south west quar- fiAr ilingto .. 2 05p Ar Mobile . . 2 55a
ter of section seven; the south half o the and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-r Southern lines i 18p 9 36a Ar New Orleans . 7 2a
south west quarter of section seventeen; five cent sie antd produced a tnie growth Ar Raleigh ..... 11 53p to 45a Lv Jacksonville ... -op
the west half; the west half of the south of hair where it ha'l lIbeen entirely Iald Ar l'ortstnouth . 8 ooa 5 35P Ar Macon ........ 3 40
east quarter; the south east quarter of for fifteen years. andl now I wouhl lnke to Ar Richmond, Va 6 35a 3 2ap Atlanta ........... 7 s50
the south eastquarter of section eighteen. Ar ashington ioa 8 30P Chataro ........ 05p
all of section nineteen; the west half of try it once more if I can get it. Ar hingonoa . 2 05
the north east quarter, the west half; the ours truly. Ar Philadelphia . I 36p 2 50oa St Louis . . 9 op
west half of the south east quarter; the 59 Hicks St. J. W. l[\VN.S. .Xr New York . 4 15p 6 30 Chicago .. ........9 -
south east quarter of the south east quar- State of Florida,
ter of section twenty; the west hal( of County of Alacihua, Connections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
the south west quarter; the south east City of Gainesville. days,. from nUainesville.
quarter of the south west quarter of sec- Personally appeared before the iil,- Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
tion twenty-one; the south west quarter scriber, a Notary Public, in anwl for the Tamnpa, Jacksonville and New York, via Richmond and Wasnington. Vestibuled
of the south west quarter of section State of Florida, at large, S. -;. (fi.ldiings, day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmon4, Cafe dining
twenty-eight; the north east quarter of who being duly sworn by me deposes andi car service from Jacksonville.
the north east quarter; the south inalf of says that the above testinionial was sent No. 66, Seahoard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
the north east quarter; the west half of to him by mail by J. W. ilaynes, a n.man Jacksonville antd Washington, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Jack.
the south east quarter of section twenty- whom he had l never seen or heard of, sonville and New York.
nine; all of section thirty; all of section also that he hlad no knowledge ol the No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
thirty-one; all of section thirty-two; the man ever having used or procured the miediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
west half of section thirty-three in town- Unparalleled lair Grower. and as far as Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
ship nine south of range sixteen east.h
hp ie as tou t of a teno o heathe Lnows o one had1 influenneel hi itm Steao S .eris for Key West and Havana. -Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays ansl
The south east quarter of the north east send it, and that the inain has never re- Thursdays., in p. inn.
quarter, the west half of the north west ceived anything for sending it. A. 0. MACDON El,, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
qplarter; the south half of section one; all Sworn, to anrsublscribe before ime this I;. C. CO131'i.-Tcket Agent. Gainesville.
of section two; the north east quarter; 12th day of November, A. D. 1 9n2.
the east half of the south east quarter of S. B. GIL>IINt;S, M. 1).
section three; the east half; the north J.M. RjVl,.-;, .. .. ..
half of the north west quarter; the south Notary Public for the State of liarida V
enst quarter of the north west quarter of at large ainesville & G u lf R 'w '
section eleven; oall of secton twelve; the .. .. ( ainesvi & ulf w y Co
north half of the north west quarter; the
north east .quarter; the south west quar- T me Table n Effect July 5. 1903.
ter of the north west quarter, the north .ta.. -- -' -"
west quarter of the south west quarter; -
the east half of the south east quarter of L ... me No.8-
section thirteen; the north east quarter D o ly 4 No. i' ly Dul
of the north east quarter of section four- |cept Dnily. Da STATIONS. Dally. Dally. Reat
teen; the north east quarter of the north sunday. eotrda
east quarter, the north east quarter of the
north west quarter ofo section twety-four, 1
in township tec, south of range fifteen *.v P M. I. .' M. i.v A M Ar P. M. A. M. r .
east. The weht half of the north west : \5 ... Palrfield .... .....
quarter, the west half of the south west .'H ) .... ......... .. "..... ..... .. S. t
quarter, the south east quarter of the .0-. .. "...et sde. ...... .. 40
south west q quarter of sectionn four- the Snalfni revC...............i......I ....sU
north half, the north half of th e L t rake laioton. ... ............. .... O
south ea.t quarter; the south east j : ......... M...a-..i........ .............. B


quarterr of the south east quarter -o( o nn i u a c .. k-trAwoom .. o... ....
section five; the north east quar. ..Clyak o .. .-" --- -iO f I
ter; the north east quarter of the e mo......a. ..... Piewenl...t................4 Wahss 4ees .-1 -40
north west quarter, the south half of t t, ~ m'c o .. .. sr p o ut......M. .. .. .. .. ...
the north west quarter, the soothl half I,0 L t40 ,a"u'r" {.... a .rA-r"Ala ea, .. o .L...'...... L "
east quarter, the north west quarter and We l S2 10 0 B m r. o S
the south half of section seven; the east Some very pretty iramea if you'll only UM 8 IS 1 G3
half of the north east quarter, the south come in annio give ins a chance. 7 t2 o I Lake unter,. .S. a 8 4 I
half of section eight, the west half of 10 ..e like tshw nrle oLuke City, G. l. & '& I .. .
the north east quarter, the south east We h ike to how ur l Re Tf fra es. 840 1. a, .' I.. g "" 7' .
quarter of the north east quarter, the holdings and pictures. Ve like to Inase 'il i" 8 p ...TanahabeS, 8. A. I. *tp 1
north west quarter, the north east quar- art frames to match your art pit'uires. 40 I lo p Maeoa0. 5. S P l i --
half of the south west quarter, the stto enlae your picture : nr p ..P Atant. C. ol 1a .. .75a 8.
half of the south west quarter, the south a se wld like tonar caonr pt inn Ar P M. Ar A. M. -ArI M PLv A.. Lv P. M..
east quarter of section nine; the. north a.y. .ie.l grade fron crayon to ann......
west quarter of the south west quarter of oil. JAB. M. G -AHAM- Pme iL-
section fourteen; the north west quarter Our stock offers the best you could L. B. BARKBR, GoB. SuL
of the north west quarter; the south half have. V. P. (.5RRITT ART Co. J F. HILL Agent.
of section fifteen, the north half, the Studios mm ammd 12. Miller liw Felmange,
section seventeen; allor section eighteen:; G ainesville, Fla. | .. ...- -.. -
the east half, the east half of the north -.- -. .. ,


west quarter, the north west quarter of KEEP POSTED ABOUT
the north west quarter, the east half of
the south west quarter octio nine- Steel TAKE The Alanti Coast Line
teen, the west half of the north west 0 ."-
quarter, the west half of the south west
quarter of section twenty the north half F IO R 7T LL I3 RTH LY PC>t NTG.
of the north est quarter; the south e Corporation. P.
quarter of the north east quarter, the The White & Kemble Atlas hnap and Via Via
northwest quarter of the north west quar- Volume of Statistics should be In the Du point Dupot
ter, the north west quarter of south east hands of every ptockholder. Now where I J U on illep
quarter of section twenty-two; the west else is the an lse amount of informatJacksonione N Jack ville
half of the north west quarter; the north ,accessible to the public. This volume Va Via
west quarter of the south west quarter of I shows by a five--olor-map tle location of 'Vaia p &D
section twenty-three; the north eastquar- I plants, ore lands, railroad and steamship Ol th P. 1 0. ord
ter; the south west quarter of ction lines, and gives official statements of :t Sli. hipn WIs ao
twenty-seven; the north east quarter of earninRs. ditrilultion of capital, division U toery
the south east quarter, the south west of securities, tncorporation certificate, full
quarter of the south east quarter, the text of bylaws. complete legal digest of Rapid Transit and nsurpassed Servce.
south west quarter of secton twenuY- nurtgages, etc., etc., corrected to Oc- r Ma 24 ,v19.8
eight; the north west quarter, the south tober, 19o01. Time Table in Effect May 24, 1908.
half of section twenty-nine, the east half; to 90
the east half of the northwest quartet: RL'n f5 NKT TO ACCOMPANY IACU Hepart For GAINESVILLE Arrive IFroi
the north eupt quarter of the south arst ORDER.1 AINESVILLE Ari Prom
quarter; the south west quarter of the FOR SALt ONLY BY 3'4 P High Springs and Inter. :i
aouth wIet quarter of section thirty; the Dw JONE & Co 1 Laiy nmdiate Points
east half, the north west quarter of the DOW. JONES & CO. 12:3 e Po
north west quarter of section thirty-one; 44 Broad St., New York. Dalvm Ocala. L ur and T a, and IA
all of section thirty-twoL the south half The oldest News Agency of Wall Street :2~ m palaOr Dto na- te .. --
of the north east quarter, the west half, d ublsers o e all S | Platka. Daytona, Jackponilk, In
the north west quarter of the south east d Publshers of The Wall Street Journal .. Dl ly North. East au Wel.
quarter, the soath half pf the south eas INVESTORS READ THe jllOast Hih SpVing4 Waycrot, aSavuan ett_> 13.1?
quarter of secUon thirty-three; the east Albay, Aanit ar.ll po.aBvn 1mwiak a
half of the northwest quarter; theouth W all. Street Journal I m p ta t R rlty
west quarter of the north west quarter; Da ochelle,Mi a a ''Mt
the north half o the aouth west quarter I celleiaopy and Cit
of meoUon thirty-four, Ian townahp t en $nd Yonn I L undr1 n i Daily
south of ange xtin east. The omth- 5 0 c Monay I Lud
east quarter of the moth east qnartr
the south east quart of the OuLth wet -- THE I nte. eM Te e s Ui. .
quarter oro vm thmtyetw twashi I pal always the oouther- States o are, W. e
tAn s'th f range t mat. ,. onh ller t oWI011 Niaw U a
SIwanntee Vic ',yJe Ilaujn r 'al.i-, Ad mti ot y
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