The Gainesville star
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 Material Information
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: May 27, 1904
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002046228
oclc - 01446361
notis - AKN4160
lccn - sn 95047242
System ID: UF00048582:00091

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emeraIl Robert Bullock Goes f(r
+)EL A" O' R i---t .iA .


Not Siurprised at Brown's Ac-
tiol -Almwwers Questio ns
by Old Comrade.
Tvie ie,-,lev of l ii a C..- iutil,.h I i0
i ; water ti: r.ce t pari maum m l i m., \ ,
see p, i -lie' I in the lanpvr- J .,,n \;
I ot :iFnumicll.mOel ein t to het m I a 1: t
lve woiln -inn tile secnl!d pril n tnnt V ,p
pert \It '. Da ts iinste:a- of .N Il-, -
arlI fur l.n verllor. W a ihenll i'wtn u .i .
f .t t .e,,linf elat ie Seri c ,- .I '1n. ,'...A
to vntn fn it, o'v:mrdl if tIet n 'nil ii. ,
f,,r umi I itri n l, n -i I In e' tI it If ul, ,,,,
eltm" im' r th, lina t -nr n nl I ) i ,t .
Itin i ri ir lt It le'' tCne (. i l r Hl ,
W IIn I)VLe 11nAl l it .,I n .1.- i nu :1 II I
that the -coiI race ntotmilI l he I io,-
alnm I)atI ais lirowni went t I Jack -un-
file, cOnsIltel with Davis (aild it's i; rI
to ,ay Wlo else) and nemt awn I- ,I ol,. ".,rnN 1
in.gn, nunep" for "Our o" ... ,we nen i .INO. N. C. STOCKTON,
that very few will ever doulnt that I
Bnrow,,'s actions in the matter are ammtit 'c, 'I l's Iri id, and Candidate for the United States
time ,ways that are dark." Senate.
SAi (l)I Confederate Veteram wtas ;so a --
ton,lmied when he. heard about liron ,'t,. t,, liti, h thu., elect as your Sentator a main who is the
somierstult that line iote a letter to (I en ii i I i l wioI toil-the i"en who make the wealth of the
Robert bullock, of Ocala, asking 1t i, ci'tt I-ut u.ij\ I.- of it thaem many who labor mnot. Vote for the
antvi-eI im the matter. The letter and Ill In '.--.. Itli li h shake the iough hand of time plowman, or the
the ; eieral's reply are as follow : B o i.ni.i> i tsh ui i h k e n ted In mg d of tthe pmii ill o laire.
Jacksonville, F la., M ay 1S, 19 l. lve n o le ee. 0 .r e.
(.ein. Robt. Bullock, Brigadier G;ent.-i at
of the Confederate Service: ,1 fiI .ini 'r -it n), cast their votes MRS. WARREN DEAD.
bly Iear General-I see througlhn it' l it hr fr ili',n it I rolanrtil or Den-
imews ua'ii'rs that our fellow Comifeile-t.t- IIn III II a I-it I min io event shomahal flood L4ay Passed Away Wednesday
Veteran I on. .M. l rown, ha ,, ,, ,'cl,..r t I n Ii r vis. d. Afternoon.
Mil iavor of the pandittacy of Ilal Rit I i, la --lt t0i- evel- after thip After a lingering illness Mrs. Sol War-
W. Davi for Governor against linm. N itt,, ii i h ini Jacksonville ren, one of the oldest and most dearly
alpoleol l3. liroward. n.I i iin i-- r, ii i Iuitte to Oca.la, lne beloved christian ladles in ('dainesville
I ain unable to ascertaimi ulhetin rm,,r i n Ii'' -. lihnt lit' % muln take the pastd qmuietly- a a'y at her inetie in thnig
hnot il. l1rown ise right ai thi. i m tict. n. 1lroward, city Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
iil i e-ire to onsilt yoti f a to wit.-t I t ,I ,sit t Jackson. The passing away of this noble ChIr
oalr l.t ei.o thimk or qfte Voi- a, 1 i: n.lced with tie tian wommami was no surprise to her many
Srams should follow Mr. Brown tim,,t tc i h had so relatives and friends, for she had been
S.ut the State that Ir. Biowm aittckedl l ,r ,- ,I, fi -i ,,i r ,Govermior, lie weeks, as td instead of desiringo to get up
o u t 1 1 Sa t e t h a t l 1 1 pn ou l M r u o at o ra"e 1 i If i r
Mr. lavi. very bitterly as thie rcpr i.i 1 it .niiesnm lt anllt i again sIe declared she was ready and an-
tative of the corporate interests of air .. ,: '-- -lisig thie Con- xious to go into the new and happy life
State. o iil earnestly urged the vt-r i l o crn i their t nt hie knew awaiteil hwere.
his public speeches to vote for \fr. Ihi-n I i he -n ie has The funmer.l services were conducnd t by
ar-h. if they co-miI not vote for him,. t,, p resenltingtlie Rev. t'. J. Carpetiter, of Kavattaugh
fact. adlvsentd them to vote for amny i of ", l -iit I tote Ii e a lehdiest nchnurch, amd the interment
c inini~latie Inor (. avernor rather t1in:1in .t r ", Vl,.'riqa. minis' ie a Jonnemville ceniete'rfyesterday.
navki.. ., ,. ,' ror.,,, Prnt ii aq fo tihe age-I and grief stricken husband
Iealni.g time pomminiet poiti. vitih :, .. ;'- m ;,-, .- t t.Uis antl othersorrowing relativesand friends.
y lt Iave liel ill the public m,.n s uf ,i t i I I it mf 40 1 n- his line Star anirl other friends offer sym pathy.
$-tate, as well as the sincere love anid al.- 'li ii
slute conitidemce which those of u i.s n. ,i t- I, cllmpatigl Fennell Brought Thei.
for you whlo) followed the Confeim.ie- ........ ..-. .. ,II ,. .... .,t. ,,ri Sheriff Femmell returned from High
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ig. I have asked your advice ii til-
natter. and will appreciate your protinl)i
reply. Yours very truly,
S. P. Si.m" ,"
Of ilhe S.coind Plorida Reginment, nilli
(Jen. J. J l.iickinsoni.
O-aili, r'hln, M.y 19, i0.14
Mr. S P Slilgh. Jacksonville, Fl; :
My IDear .Sir I atn ill receipt of your
C miiiinninwt, ioni of the l8th instant, ask ing
niy iiilvice as to whether or nor I think
tine Conifelerale Veterans of 'louiida
tolinlt follow loh. It ... lMrowni, otne of
[he defeated candidates for Governor, in
6Its elndeavoy to carry the vote of thp
'0iifederaite Vetersins to HJon. Robert W,
i-nvls in ris cantdidacy for Governor in
the secotl democratic pruiary election
to lie held on June 7th next.
nlu the first place, I desire to state most
temphatically that I shall not presume to
advise any fellow Confederate Veterans as
to how they should vote In that election,
because the rules of our orghnIzation for.
bid that the veterans should go into pol-
itics as an organization under any cir.
caIstances or for any one.
What the Confederate Veterans of Flor.-
lida are mqst interested itJ, with reference
to the gubernatorial race, a what every
other honest Plorida Democrat should de.
ire, that is to say, the election ot a good,
honest, fearless,' conMeentions man an
Governor, irrespective of his military
reeonl. if i had- been a candidate foi
Governor of Florida, I houlMd not havy
lilPpealed to the Confederate Veteranl am
I veteran for their votes, udes, thej
-ould see in me the qualiicatltas whici
Would go to make me a m0o aieeptabhi
andeficientlGovento,lkbsthey cowd MW
it any oiher candidate. 11e Cadqxat
Veterans of Floridaw a w anto te, CM
for Florida and Imr Wo ..,i, 4a
ty should ve fa hr t i"tersii
laso It w'" -IPfrt bm tbi Jspi.a,
0 m to make the a* Wwi w .IVher the.
2?e and It ikeJ,, b I, Lbta l i
.od guide them i o ....

As I Undeand t
.rOwn in the late Z ,
k nn Primary e -ifol

tsone aiar.
n"1 0"m^ Aa .M ltflr^~

SI the Springs yesterday afternoon with Geo.
I"tiall iit wlt he m" Rogers, H. Mcl,. Grady and J. B.

it i n ,rl I lrnl lceplim Stroile, white, and Ed. Bass, colored, all
iil lit h h -., tii ,.,in it manw nt- of whoni are charged with sellitig into-
t'im e 1t. In-u il ltuthl e.r rin'ti'e ,nm, nine icating liquors in a dry county.
nn i \ ii nii 1 tn Sie of Rogers. ho is an old offender, gave
ei-- n r :I rW. im hbotneI in the sunitof Sio to appear before
F1'vIle -t. l h- ',' It Judge Mason for a preliminary trial on
ii:., j .. ii |e I- f .ii e tin i t Jf tn e 22 d m
I: ,- .m n ,i --n .i.r I 1" liof "e i-. .lnt h-.n. Grady, agaillnt whom 'there are five
,lrt:,,.,,t a ee m.I i s,,' ,ilorters from charges of selling beer, gave bond in the
Ral rt W. Iit-l. io Nni-l-nll it. itrow. smi of $.150 to appear June a2nd.
arl. ni t trouble waived examination and gave a
As filiala. IoII to I ,i, I tW:nil t s1 a "y 8ml 25 om1n l to to wait tbe acton of the
That I I .ili je lth' leitii,.r.l' c I-eopl e of grand jury.
l. orida will I.' .i l i i lltii.iil I intig Nlpo- Ihass waived examination, and in de.
It-on i i wid ilF.t a ii $ tilt- IJiinoCrnilne u'-mii- aillt of mll2o bnfdmml went to jail.
liolate for tl I: high a li ice of ''w'.- rul"r of T e sl eriff thil ks he will bring in an-
Floti laS other lot today or toutorrow.
WVith e-ttnln aimi nl l st wishes, I teitulnl, -
'oirs very truly. Sunday School Picnic.
R. Itt..i 'i.l. lne various Suimlay Schools of the
I Emtl will unite int a grand picnic at Cedar
r. T V. [',tter, aI prolinilleil li-n-nmes I Keyv n lt'drmlay .lune 3-rl. Tuesday May
mail of Jn t-kon ville, nl d 1 a liinlel)'r ,'f 3ist was first selected as the(lay, but it
the board 'of trustees of FIalt Ilorida was afterwards chalngd to June 3rd as
Seminary waa here Tinesilay evening nuald the dlay the conlnmittees front the various
WedinesdanI alecn'ling lthe ainnmnal tmleetinig schools thought most suitable.
of the board. The Seaboard A4ir line railroad has
Mrs. l'aule Mm1cii';nlle mha returned agreed to give'a very low rate to and
from a pleasant outing at White Springn. from the Key oin this occasion. The fare
It was Mrs..iclivaine's first visit to tie for the rouId trip will be 50o cents for
It wa Mrs. ait wa ell Ileasedi with adlultlsani 25 cents for children There
the place. M.in W. Ii. Ellis i. still there, will be plenty coaches for all who de-
and is ilmprovinlg licel). sire to go.
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Does Your

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If not well cure it, and when we get through with 9
it you'll wonder-why you didn't think of us long before.
All work guaranteed. No hasty sli-hod job leaves our
shop. None but the best material used, and you will
not grumble at the prices either.
H. C. Stevens,.


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To Preside. Over DestinIes 6o East
Florida Seminary. ..
The annual meeting of th6 Board of
Trustees of East Florida Seminary was
lied here Wednesday morning. There
were present Hion. J. D. Watkins,.of
Alachtu county, president of the board;
Hoams. 0 W. Hyde of Alachua, 1). H.
Baker of i-'umuter, J W Watsolt of Once-
ola, T. V. Porter of Duval and C. M.
Brown of Marion-members of the
The old officers of the board were re-
elected, and Superintendent Guilliams
having tendered his resignation Prof.
Jere M Pound of Macon., Ga., was unai-
inmouirly elected as superintendent of the
Seniinnry -
The old fncult. was reelected, and so
well pleased with their work in the past
were the trustees that they raised thle sal.
ary of each member of the faculty
The trustees were highly pleased with
the progress that Is being made by tihe
institution, and the retiring superinten-..
dent and his able faculty were compli-
meited by tlhemi
The tnely elected superintendent-
Prof. Pound comes very highly recoim-
mendled and an unusually successful fu-
ture is being predicted for the school.

ample Ballot
Now that it has been offivlallyanomtic-
ed that there will be a second primary for
the nomination of United States Senatdr
and certain Cong ilonal., tate and
county candidate, the following satniple
of the ballot to be usneed in the primary,
.1 une 7, ti publljhed, for the information
of the voters of Alachta county t
For United State Senator.
Vote for One.
For Representative in Congress-Second
Vote f6r One.
o oenr

For Governor.
Vote for one.

For Secretary of State.
Vote for one.
For the Legislature.
Vote for one.
For County Superintendent of Public
Vote for one.
D11. J. L. KEILEV.
For Supervisor of Registration.
Vote for one.
For C'ounty Commimnloner-Third Dia-
Vote for one.:


Pon Meibe" CountyL + keb... o. .ar-e--

Por MealMer CoUnty bhbool aBoard--See-
ond District.
Vote for one.
W. J. MARTC 4.--
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How Does *ltouamOt' Koew?
Commenting on t4 -4 d'aath Of .n-
gineerj. NA. Uiento, wo ,b .as**a
terribly mutilated by th i *iq .,a of
the boiler to the engine 'Ift tanning
ou the road between O ,a' and -Pouaan,
Ion recently, the 111gb -.jr"IMg +orlet
says: "Rumor hia it Iat tlt unfortunm-
ate man let the water g iS o 4 66 In bl
engine," ( mteanulug boie.t), ,t ,
How dqes "Rumos" q"W th water
got too low? is it not poablthle that the
boiler may* have bae -e.W
have heaS eugllneersa my i epy af
the boilers now used b- tbhe radtod
companies in this Stte -ae very l4 ".
Donbtless there shotald bte dse teitkgt.
of boilers on land and 'e by t'ipS
government, and when we gat mnon 't%
resental|ves in Washbigton whdfear at
railroad and steamship comosneAathn
will probably be fewer old boilair de ttb
traps ir. use in this country.
A BmautlfUal SIglt
The editor of the Star rode out TeMt
day afternoon with 'Mr. T. Denby, to hIM
splendid farmn and umagnifjent epasth or'
chard near the city. '
Mx. Denby has one ot the beet ts,.
and vegetable fmana in the county. .i
but little with bim whether It r ito o
shines. Hisa ckesl egg plantaS a 4 Other
vegetabkM look fine, but th thin of tmt
beauty is his twenty-acre pwcb omrbM4-
The trefta e (or yeaFs old, 09W t bs%
do variety, and muaB oftnMe er 1 weighted
down with fruit just getting reey if
shipping. W e aw Mr 1eaby cat from
ose tree .,. l.ty-lnazh t -W ..oti.
twig we *,. tsl-a thfil m ..
* Sim.'liany of ha.,, ,

Grand Closing of a ,' 8


Miss Smith Got hkale Offerst
By Daughbtet's-Other Hon-
". orable Mentions.
It has beea utterly impossible few thl
S Star to be represented at many of di- t
iast Florida t eminary commeacensesit
exercise durating the past few days. a
we must content ourself with sayingai .
the whole affair up to Tullesday e're si-
H-. That it was perfectly grand, and that the
building was uncomfortably crowded at 'RN,
Every exercrae.

day evening meat er of the
and Juntor classes emblb4te d ths
Number of vi ateo sesmmted to
them, evidence -in abumdano of
ability polished by several teram
dance upon the courses of Ge
pet Institution. The SArt upon t11
SMiss Gertrude Westgaard who a
NAPOLEON B. BROWARD, h'w subject well, and would ha
The People's Popular and Leading Candidate for Governor tim lait of the oeei on had, she bees au0sd
aptiit. s ta election. Lieut. Will Wltl.
of Florida. ney w&w i sa motto of thte p0p l a
Vote for him, and thus elect as your Governor a mania in full sytn- 'Keinp l upacdtthef osp.
pathy with the plaiu .people of his .native State-one on whom the ua very i t Am gMaesul e hS..c a
Railroad and Corporations of Florida haveno claim for past favors; suenuaaiogrtii o tfMiSSDto SO'an-
lent and gratifying to h eei
a man of the people; big of body, brain and heart. her forgetftuins of self was d ae ",
refreshing. While Plorida la sume to l
Try Pagan's market for best meats. Miss Julia Patton boa returned from a come a great State If Alien Grahs a i
J. C. Halle of Alachua Was a business visit to her aunt, Mrs. Christopher, in not interiiupted in hiserngeafet at.
visitor to the city Tuesday. Jacksonville, and was accompanied by hPr. Mip Elsie SmithI'm Ie lechlo 1..
arh cousin, Miss AllsAbeth Chrstopher, subject seemed to behardlycontet wr ;'i.-
hol sea-See o hyers. who will spend a couple of weeks here, out appropriating the major pat of thl
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Chitty of Micanopy lion. as. P. Taliaterromi one of Florida'. vulgati ln taking, "Puatals Corpote Im,
were in the city Wednesday. United StateU m enator., was asong the Quad Umbra Bsti" but sa.ell as sAle l
Sheriff Fennell transacted official bust. prominent visitors to the city Tueday. e sode her hobby with gramee n W
ness in HightSpringe yesterday. e remained her until Wedns day when l SW.P S a le ,at
F. Dutton, Jr, P. i ols omnd. Ihe returned to his home In Jacksonville. tw and dsoemres a ch ced hi.
V. F. Dutton, Jr., P. B. Colso |. Oil r.g
Godwin visited Jacksonville Wedns at C. M. Brown of Oeal, mew honor aondl the Bre i .
day dbet OintIeddboarndiofWtrustees of Sat Plow. ihes- fiongAthemong..pofs
day. Ida oemn ry, ad rect and da t for tith tikla ag rat eam g the
Capt. H. C. Parker of LaCrosse was& Governor, was in the city Tuesay night 4d. Onililai make a rm yet
busnesn visitor to Gainesville Wednes- to attend the annual meeting of the and digifdei master of cereuaolew
day. boardany regt that he has elected to .
Mrs. F. J. Hanond and little daughter bfdl slot far fte s for the fhtture. Undea
Were In the city Wednesday from Haw-. Howd ey compare withsthato w eit his two years superlutendecy he as
thorn, of clothes you have bought? moe O" brought the. unsry away up from the
Mrs. Jmno. Quinlan and daughter, of Ourslo de!Arttment if you arn i omdltime ina wkhieh bt found it, sl .,
High Springs,'were shopping in Ithe city the t si ain1ot 10ta yth not at ur. .v .c
Wednesday. 1. C. saIth. uw.. ti, tl .. Th- geld na eOsa
J. C. Williamson, naval stores operator" Miller & Vidal have installed in their th oby lu40 hp a
at Oraham, uwps a business visitor to the cold drink and confectionery store as up- hab b Me 1 "10 was
city Wednesday. to-date .3-horse power eletrdo npator,- tl '
John V. Denton and daughter, Miss which they ruse for time purpmo.* fte* ly i
lone, of Aliesopy were among the vli- ing ice cream. It would seeu -this her. Ol sa4 fba
torm to the city Tuesday. that these gentlemen expect to i a enver- apoll id s "i
MIss eseile Bunch will leave Monday immense qualnilty of creams 4 ..g ,!ei n o Jm, '.
for Atigustsa, OGa., where she will spend season. .i"l r e te
the summer with latltsv and friends, doTn'P Mi a7 two
'.ev. 0. G Keunelly, of Port White, Uadr as .kl l
ep tottt ti District Conference at Stark, Fe tldss*ts
tfltlbed ster last night tyith friends i ntid eOn

HotD, l. Baker of Orange Home, ta i of f
osml ar of aest Florida Seminary bual ii 5
of ttttst~s, Was bege at the board meet' ( hao
Ing WogiduaW my..wd
Pig lot sp u e (fcrmle cheap, at- W.t., sayr, as bymab
Tosmas'" tais p al.-;ill ald -e theas ofthe oRw ba
ad Jlsa sulae large stib ,o bei .u .'

a party o iof f s t ato &OWrt t sgtI u r

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P t lteath Slls, u, old Alsobsa j r ,...

"bek It this county to spe, 4 'e tsa.i, pty-- -
tetdv, and went ,an him to Words.w.
be wil sp4 awhile. p e r. '. 7v'!
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Charter Wanted for New Line from
Savannah to Gulf Coast.
ri'. A fasyannah, (a., dispatch *aya:
T., Both Atlantic and Mexican Gutt
tIllwayY Company, with a capital of
i' 2(.000Q,000 with the privilege of in-
qreailf-g It to 95,000,000, seeks a bhar-

',It Is pIropwed to- oonstruto a rail-
,'" te5d flI miles in length beginning at
Mflavanah and running a southwester-
,4 reetto, through the dountles of
Wyan, Uberty. TaHttnall,
pOtng, efoee, Berrien, toks.
'and IDBcatur, in Georgia, l ad
ties of Leon. Gedadei, 'Waukt -
,;berFty. Franklin, Oalhoun and
blasto, In ,Florlda, and thence
Sdep-'water port on the gulf of


-4 1 olerrks .With Pamilis to Sup.
p.. rt Will et preerenmi..
greater preferenas wll be show
IflBs twho are married, epeMIlaSll
WIth large families." Th1e abeat
Ew"t Vote s ted la the D"eMoes0
ito ge* Sfttulday. Postemaster Uo0A
ated orderW ,t t*o the pot-
&depattmeBt at &IMangton, mad
"aU with a- .uggMO Fp e Pres-
evelt and NM large windy


by Methodist Conference at
AnAgles and Reslgn,
oet sensallonal Incident of
hodlet Oaeneral Confeienie at
** es, Cal.. occurred Monday
A the resignation of Bishol
IDay, of Syracuse. N. Y.. who
oi ', elected to his exalte.
tlon wa" acceptol
,gl-d to Indefi

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Georgia State Senator Will Serve H1a
Term at MIlledgeville.
State Senator W. P. Dodd, of the
forty-third Georgia district, who wai
aonvloted In Gordon county superior
oourt a few days ago of embeslement
of public sobool funds, presented him-
self at the o11e of the prison conm-
mllnsioIna Atlanta Monday for the
purpose Of begtoning his snentne.
Under the new convict yastema all
-sh ort twrt men must either be sent
to thq oVntles whiob are working
eo loQ ; oil the p public road, or the)
aVtb seU t to the state farm at Mil
l-geville. It was decided to andil him
.to the fita.


Bank Direoters Rilgn Candidaey fee
Electoerl College in New York.
&am. T. W .twwd, Hry Payne.
VWhitney abd latador B.traw danmocrt.
to candidates for the electoral college,
have sent their resignatlons to the
state qtpranMa.
All ae paWtioal bank directors and
tw., k"M i Al to Dprlident of the
notVe Natitonal otf nw York. Their
withdrnwi ftroa the ticket Ia the re-
suit 6t byr spee- m & ew oto lt-
tee which t rmWaede6 such a course
In view ofbbt a their eligibility
uider tAfd6atltUS *.

R letod Pr edeabht of Typographical
SUnion ver 'Hawkes.
j was announced from the head-
q I-ert. of the Internaotonal Typo-
tIt il o at Indianapolis, Tues-
ds that 4 unrs fhraa the vote by
,tn a)ady jreoeeved lsure the
de Mien f rpiawJt Llnoh 'over Mr..
1 gikqs by ,000; Secretary Dram-
wi toa Wt d ver Grah am by from
'* no a to a1Sv0. Five huared aand
i i=tta6m. b74e been heard froam
t ttal ow te will ha aboutt $14000.

;;'.e. ,
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f., .... '. or

Miss McLane declares the threat tie-
fendants took part. Bonds In the sum
of $2.000 wore assessed for 'itllivan
and Barrow, and $1.000 for Amanda
Wilson. the nurse. The case will be
beard at thip term of court.


Piedmont Exposition Grounds In At-
lanta to Change Hands.
Piedmont park will be putroha e by
the municipalty of Atlanta, for $99.-
North Atlanta and all the territory
to 4-he east of tlat, section to the
t ks of the Southern Railway, will
be Incorporated by Atlanta.
These things were decided upon dur-
Ing the aesalon of council Monday af-
ternoon, after a rather sharp debate,


Sy Majority of Nineteen Votes Nal
York Editor Wine in Native state.
By a majority of 19 votes the Cal
itornta democratic state convention
Inastrutod the delegation to the nam
tlonal convention at Bt. Louis to volt
for Congnerssan W. R. Hearst -ot
president. The vote stood: For in
struotoan. 866 agaaInt. 64,
The day wa consumed In attempt,
Ing to effect permanent orgaalsation,
drafting resEolut tlon, oratory aa' clear
Ing the decks for- A vote.


WOrst Marine DIsaster In History of
St. Lawrence River Coal Trade.
Th@ worst marlIo disaster in the
hiAtory of the St. Lawrence river coal
trade occurred Fridayl oll ape Bre.
ton. when the lBrUh steamer Trret
Bay, ladne with coal and bound from
,ydney to Montreal, struck on the
rocks end ealk In deep water, catk-
lag a los of thiteen Uves, Only nine
men from a crew of tweattwio were
saved. .




Read Offlcials Award 56,000 to the
Father of Murdered Foreman.
At the meeting of the board -f di.
rectors of the Atlanti Co3l IJne In
New York a few days ago. It w.s de
aeed to award $6.000 to the father of
young Murray, t.'e see In master wha.
-was killed near S.Avannah, Ga.. during
the trackmen's strike. It wl.1 be re
member that uhray refused to Join
the strikers and remained at his work.
Young Murray had taken the place of
his father, a veteran emr
ployee of the road, who was force] to
give up his work on account of old
age. Hie son was his only support.


One Hundred and Forty-Seven Sub.
ordinate Lodge* Represented.
The grand lodge of the Knights of
Fythias otf' Georgia convened In Al-
bany Tuesday with one hundred and
forty-seven subordinate ledges repre-
santed. During tho Arst day's sitting
a reoord was eatablishel for the
aMount of business transacted. and
the session proved one of the most
Interesting In the history of the order
In th estate.

Je n u b e too4 k wlou ksia Wa 4- W itS, nipi p se
te~sP*VbalI~S AeI~vt WOW* epof'the Aidirlcan slieling
At a)OItS~~bl b~bot ~oua iC a4 tefnta COnfpny. at Netr York.
a tsh~ow 4atheiir sslagot-s
'bef em leem

% '' ... Will Bye ntuafly be Spred Tnrougheul *-
Cotton Statea, Aoerding to Pert"-
filses to Receive Represen- coming fgriounrs. R.epW e Lajid Attack on Port Arthur
nativee Sent by Uncle Sam. sA y-ahLq pecia' .a..: some Successfully Resisted.
I-- u.i tall nofflclal predietlons regard,

---- .. Jii-MIued by the dppartmat tgel. -
Little Republic Is Still Wrought UP re and written tby V According to Rulan Reper" FlfteRn
Over Panama Affair and Makes a the boUll reava, savestlmUon in Thousand Japavepe Were Killed.
No Bones of Showing Her which half a hun4 e Saperts are now While 8,000 pefendert' Went
Regent t engage. to Death.
Mr. Runter sayM that conservative to D
A.~ W9AhInLZc1 Q 8&7 ThOX0 seauthorlUtes agree that unless contin,-a -*t g
SW ngto s Te genele at" resent unexpected ocur frot 4 a P etersbug ays:
pabi le tf Ooem0bbpl refN to resume the post eon will cause an increase it 55 reported that IWreign Mlnister
fi-eadly' relations with 'the United in the price of cotton throughout the, Lam oerf has -received a message
States. The state department was ad- world. By living within the fruit of from the -b lasn coasnll at Obefoo
vised by Mr. Snydei, lbe charge at the plant the weevil Is well protected gayig that the Japanesb have made. a
3Bogja Tuesday, that the Colombian "Trbm any poisons that might 'be ap land attack on Port Arthur and In .do,
Bogo Tueday plied t, occupies but fourteen days for I o they lot I o men, klld nd
government 'would decline to receive development from egg to adult,, and wounded. The Rtautan loes is placed
Mr. Russell, the newly appointed min. the progeny of a single pair in I aa- et 8,000 men. The ultimce outcome of
later. It la made clear that this refusal sea may reach 134,000,000 individuals; the fhUng isa not. stated.
is in po sene due to personal objec, It adapts Itself to climatic conditions Thq ussiqans are now conldent of
tions against Mr. Russell, but that and Is remarkably free from parsaltes holding Port Arttutr with the 30,000
Colombia dOes desire o0 receive and diseases, all combining to make a i fnw stationed there, exohilive of
any Ameirloaa. ter at present. efforts at control difficult.- t1 0wvY and the rowdi of meohanlos
The officales of the Colombian go ., The report estimates that the pros- working on the damaged warships, all
ermnettt and the people still hold deep ence of the weevil practically doubles et w ich except the Csarervkth and the
resentment toward this country for the area of land required to produce Retvisn are ready to rejoin the fleet.
the part It played In the establishment a bale of cotton and t.tt tha weevil These will also be ready for sea ser-
,o -the republic of Panama, and they caused the Texaa planter a lose of vice by July 1..
ar- In no mood for a resumption of about $15,000.000 In 1008. Assuming The entranos to the harbor hba
cordial relations. $500,)00,0000 a the value of the normal been cleared and small boats now pars
It was hoped by Secretary Hay that cotton Orop at the 'country, Mr. Hun- in and out freely from Port Arthur to.
when Russell was appointed to sue- tar says thb probable ultimate dam- iraihy. The gunq on the land side of
oeed Minleter Beaupre, there would, be ge when the best has become spread Port Arthur have been cofoplted and
.a complete reconciliation, and that b r. over the entire belt would be approxf- are now prepw d for a severe contest,
ettrrap would be sent back to Wash- mate.y $350,000,000 annually, provld- Oft he feto oldiere Mt at Datay the
:4lgton as minister, buit here Is no Ing nothing were done to check it. majority have gone to Port Arthur ad
t'tendship In slight. Planters, however, are adopting the only defenses left there now are
It la said that Mr. Ruesell will oranges In methods Ihat tend tp avoid the mines In the harbor.
avail himself of a leave of absence so much damage. -The report predicts
already grated him to return to his that the weevil eventually will be dis. EIGHTY-NINE LOSE LIFE.
home In Washlngton. and at the ex- tribute all over the cotton belt. ad- L
pIration of the legal time, If the Co. vancing into new territory at the rate
lomblans are still obdurate, some uther of approximately 500 miles a decade Steamer Reported Wreaked Off Van-
dilplomatio post will be found for him. and It probably always will he as do- cover island and All on Board
SULLY NOT iBANKRUPT. truUtive in a serlea of years as It Find Watery Grave.
SULLY NOT BANKRUPT. has been in Texas since 1894. The. speolal from Tacoma, Wash.,
Ott Kin Dar That He larFully reports suggest that the tbabllty says: It is reported that wr*wage
Cotton King olres That He is FuI of It b0f carried' to West Africa or
Able to Pay Out elsewhere abroad f not at all remote fthm the steamer Corbin, whih sailed
"1, tagteq filed by Sully & Co., t case the seed happens to be sacked from Beattle for Nome with eighty-
tW 1 shIed States distrlctlcourt at of or even uhipped in bulk there is noth- nine passengers Tuesday, has beeo
and a -eta of 4,119,bll6 of a g,to preve4ot the weevil from being found on the west at Vancouver
I and assebtee ts of 1,869,4 627. e O e ed Ag distanoes on shipboard as Island.
Saebe s 86,46re able to adapt themselves sue- She wan echeSuled to Mel Monday a
h mention 90,000 o seefatully to climate conditions. wbek ago, but some ot the peraens
get hediules mentions said $50ho,000 If t is pointed out, however, that booked for passage oomptalned to
btffi. b w htch It Is said houli b.the danger could be avoided by fumi- United tastesa nspectors of the wa4
.. "lath 50,000 1st mentioned In nation or by leaving the seed .aoked the steamer was overloaded, and the
SK btll50000 isd notes held In stare rooms.. Isolated from new cot- Inspectors ordered all freight stored
Ther as be Illnd note held Co., ton for a year previous to shipment. in the holds. TeooiNa shipping men
,l1. There is due Stlly & Co., a who saw the Meamer before she sall-
Sehu. as ount e8 ste4. o LABOR QUESTION PARAMOUNT. ed expressed the fear that she is lest.
SlI th e aedules state, *tolces LA8M O The CorwJn had quite a list and seem-
$0.e ands larineidn the am ount of Ninth Annual Convention of Manufao ed to be heavy and unseaworbhy.

..APtWllout of $1.298,350 and $2.167,- turers' Assolation at Pittburg.NDR CHARG
0.'Depoit.ed nla bank the Arm has Nearly 700 delegates were In theli STOREKEEPERUNDER CHARGES.
445,'Q41 and three memberships In seats when the ninth annual oonven Young Girl Figure* as Prosecutris In
the oetto exchange of New York. vas- tion of tie National Association oJ Sensational Case at Amerlcus.
.'MId at 865.175. MeanufActurers was called to order at A case of sensational latereet was
Sully personally has an Indebted- Plbltbarg, Pa., Tuesday. '-nlloitor Wil- placed formally before the superior
.$sa of $844.039 and assets of $2,074.,. umn Rodgers tendered the froe couwt at Americus Monday afternoon
of. the forme $256,782 is un- dom of the city to the delegates. Ad- when an Indictment lchrging George
daed. Jubant General Thomas A.. Steward, T. ShlllIva., iDr. W. C. Burrow and a
. -winividual seests consist of real 'es then weleomed'them to the state and negro nurse, Amlanda Wilson, with as
t 0, S66,000; cash 18,081t notes $1,.- 'ongressman W. A. Brown received sault with Intent to murder was re-
'dnWue on accounts $1,415,810; bonds them on behalf of the chamber ol turned by the grand jury. The evidence
Ad'Stooks 5811,925: property in rem commerce. upon which the Indictment rests was
a'lon $1,000 and 56,000 with wbloh President D. M. Parry, of Indian- giten by Miss Olivia McL ne. a young
tIbOlaale is exempted. apolts, then took charge of the '.on girl, well connected and highly re-
i- the case of the other membere ventlon anld delivered his annual ad-. spected and formerly employed in 5ul-
of the firm the assets far exceed the dress. He briefly discussed the labor il ven's jewelry ptore,whom she oharges
liabilities. question, which, he declared, was al with respon-atbility for her troubles,
present the paramount 'question be and the Indictment la for'an alleged
BIG RAILROAD &SHEME. fore the umsoclation. abortion recently performed., n which

A Frightful 'nd D"dly IpEP4oI406
Snuffs Out Half a ear* of iUves
in Findlay, Ohio. -

As a result of an explosion inL the
Lwo drying rome of the LJJko Shore
Novelty Compatny' plant at ]'nFi ty,
O., sunday, seven personal. ae known
to be dead, five are so seriously hurt
Lhat reodvery Is believed to be tmpoa.
ltbl and tweo a or Aftoen are In-
r4ed badly.. -
Prom reports of the phyaicigns ten
of the Ides seriously injured mly die
as a reimlt of blood poisoning from
the potash %that was driven Into their
bodies. Two employees jare mleing,.
and are supposed to have been blown
to atoms.
The Lake Shore novelty works plant
covered, nearly ten acres of gWdund 'in
the southwest part of the city and
employed nearly two hundred men.
women and ehljdren. Railroad torpe-
does .and' Fourth of July exploslve3
were manufactured, but, owing to the
large rush of orders, the officials of
the plant requested the employees to
report for duty Sunday. About thirty
complied with the request.
'Eawly In the morning the residents
of lindlay were startled by two ex.
ploeions that shattered windows
throughout the city. The concussion
was felt for miles around. Two mag-
azines, In separate rooms at the nov-
elty works, let go simultaneously with
terrible reports. The exact cause of
the exDlo on Is not definitely known.
The explosion occurred shortly be-
'fore the employers assen.bled f,:"
duty. At least twenty persons were
on their way to the factory when the
explosion occurred. Hum an forms
were strewn considerable distances
apernb on the factory site.
The large plant Is shattered Into
fragments, not one single wall remain-
ing. Bricks and timber c-n be found
for a half a mile around.


Bogatyr Runs Upon Rocks and Is De-
stroyed by Her Crew.
A dispaitoh to The t1. James Oa
sette (London) from Kobe, Japan, dat-
ed. May 21, after confirming the re-
port of 4ihe stranding of the Russian-
protected crulser Bogatyr on the rocks
near the entrance to Vladivostock
adds that the Bogatyr subsequently
was blown up by the Russians to pre-
vent her falling into the hands of the
The Bogalyr was a fine modern
cruiser of 6,750 tons displacement, was
completed In 1902, was 416 feet long.
had 54 feet beam, and drew 20 feet
of water. The armament of the Boga-
tyr conDeited of twelve 6-inc-h guns,
twelve -Sinch guns, six 1.8-inch guns,
two 1.4-Inch guns and two smaller
rapid fire guns. She had six torpedo
tubes, her armored deck was 2 Inches
thick and she had J3 Inches of nickel
-steel armor over her gun positions.
The speed of tihe Bogatyr was esti-
mated to be over 23 knots, she could
carry 1,100 tons of coal and her crew
numbered 580 men.


General Conference African Methodist
Church at Chlcago Ends.
The general conference of the Afri-
can Methodist church closed at Chi-
cago Friday night- Tho shopss were
assigned as follows:
Second district. Baltimore, Virginia.
North" Carolina. West Virginia, Northi
Carolina conferences, Bishop Wesley
Sixth district, Georgia, north Geor
gla, Macon. Georgia, so tlhwest Geor
gla and Atlanta conference, Blehop H.
M. Turner.
Seventh district, Alabamffa. north
Alabama, central Alabama, South Car.
olina, Columbia and northeast Caro-
lina, Bishop T. J. Coppl4a,
IDighth district, north Mississippi,
central MisslsEippl, northeast Missla-
ippl, Lnulmana, north Loulslana con-
ferences, Bishop M. Salter.
Ninth district "Arkane.ts, south Ar-
kansas, "west Arkansas, east Arkan-
sas, east Arkaasase Tennessee, west
Tennessee and southeast Tennessee
conferences Bishop B. P. Lee.
Eleventh district, Florida, east
south Florida, central Florida confer.
ences, Bishop J. T. Tanner.

itt. ACt
lit (lOt
&(i,0 it,)

3t5.u utt
2 twit
2i' ito

Total.... .. .. .. .. .. .$1.1 15.1s
The foregoing policies were taken
out by Mr. Plant during the last "'5
years, tie last one being taken a lit-
tie more than a year ago. The annual
premiums were In the neighborhood
of $40,000.
According to theo receiver's report
it appears from 4-he books of I. C.
Plant's Son that the groat bulk of
the assets of that Institution Is reot
resented by the personal account :f-
R. H. Plant, manager, which stands
debited with a balance of $851.977.65b
to which 14 to be addoil $18,130 cash
withdrawn on pass book, making a
balance of $870,107.85. charged to that'
account. The books and accounis so
far produced fall to show in tletal:
how these large sums crc Invested


Atlanta Entertains Hardware Jobbers
and Hardware Manufacturers.
Tuesday morning the city of Atlan-
ta began the entertainment of two of
the largest, richest and most Impor-
tant business organizations In the
word. the Souhern Hardware Jobbers'
Associalon and the American Hard-
ware Manufacturers' Association, or-
ganizatlons which embrace within
their membership every Important
hardware jobber or manufacturer In
the United States.
The delegates were on hand' a full
thousand strong.


Axes, Hammers and Crowbars Used
to Enter Gambling Joints.
Simultaneous raids one twenty-two
alleged pool rooms and pool room
exchanges were made tn New York
Friday by the police, wctling under or
dest from Police Commissioner Me
Axeq, hammers and crowbars were
used at many of the places to batter
4own specially constructed Iron and
steel doors and to &gain en:ratuce
through barred. windows.


Misile Hurled Tthrough Train Window
De Fatal Work.
While at exuas"rio train was pag.-
Ing Nalor, Ga, ta Ita way to Tam-
p VA, i -, monday ight agme one
thdew a. Sha45 UB*I two Qu..
tas~lt4*ia lagpUatstu a,

- AIiN'. U O lnoIUL,

- Head of Broken Banks at Ma-
con, Ga., Kills Himself.


Carried Over a Million Dollars of Life
Insurance and Went to Death
Brooding Over -141 Over.
whelminlg. Financial Lose.

Brooding over hia utter financral
rdin, and facing debts aggregating
over $800,000, Robert H. Plant, at Ma-
'oM, Ga., Saturday afternoon sent h.
bullet through his brtn In order that
$750,000 of these debts might be paid.
It Wae simply a easd of a man giv-
ing his life In order tbat those who
had trusted him might not suffer.
Mr. Plant carried paid-up insurance
for over a million dollars. Of this
sum, $750,000 was payable to his estate
-that Its to his creditors.
He killed himself at 3:40 o'clock
by shooting himself In t'he right tern
pie with a itblrty-elght caliber Smith
& Wesson pistol, expiring Immedi-.
Mr. Plant was in his bedroom at-
tended only by hib nurse. whom he
dismissed from his presence on the
pretext that he was thirsty and want-
er a glaze of milk. As the left him
to secure the milk from .',e refrigor-
ator, he aro,-a and wont to his drBEsser,
where he kept his revolver secreted.
Securing possession of it, he recrosi.
ed the room, stepped to an outside
po,'ch, placed the revolver to his right
temple, pulled the trigger and blew
his brains out.
No one was in the room a.' the timio
the act was committed, but the report
of the pistol brought his family quick-
ly to his side. When he was reached
Hfe was extinct.
That his solo object in taking his
ow-t life was the protection of his
creditors, which could have been ac-
oompllshed, apparently, by no other
means, there is no doubt In the mind
of any one who knew him. Nor does
any one believe that Mr. Plant took
a dollar of Insuranre with a view to
converting It to account by self-do.
struotion, but that, .the circumstance
presenting themselves unexpectedly,
and there being no other way, he pre-
ferred to take this stop for the bon-
efit of his creditors to living and tice-
Ing them suffer.
There is no policy In the en''re list
that isa nt more than a year old. so
that all of them are now incontesta.
ble. and the entire $1,115.888 will be
come available either for those prote.
tion of his creditors or for the bon-
eflit of bis wife and children, accord-
Ing to the beneficiaries named In the
Plant's Life Insurance.
Following Is n list of tho. Insurance
carried by Mr. Plant, the figures be
Ing furnished by the representative of
a company in which one of his larg-
est policies was carried:
New York Life .. .. .... $5f,0)0
Equitable lJfe .. .. ..- .. 115.000)

somewhere along the lower coast.
Many schooner masters are out
gathering up this timber and bringing
It Into port. From the amount that
is floating it is believed that a timber
laden steamer has been wrecked and
gone to pieces as there sl so much of
It that old shipment say It could not
have been placed on the deck of any


Murderer of Farmer Tucker Given a
Life Sentence.
At Eastman, Ga., Friday afternoon,
the jury In the ease of the state
against R. D. Cawtjon, charged with
the murder of Tucker, brought in a
verdict finding him guilty with a roe
ommendaUon to the mercy of ourt.L ,
He was immediately. sentence to
Nerve the rest of his natural lifa at
hard labor ln the .penitentiary.


Cotton Mills at Fall River, MaeM.
Show Decreas ef Dividendis.
LIetVtls. paiid by thiy-three Coar.
,5JUt r opWating seventy cotton
Wa in!VWal River; Ms&t, la the p ast
~mrtW., saaw d&w eaet i s0
Owt. ee o aref with the O"r"M e4.'
tagmiuter lst yiba. Ts lvM
fdSSJf* &,'w~


Gevrnmnft &pert rilnds Cotton Pet
to ge Very Eluliv^ After Touring-
Haunto of the ParsMits.

A Washington diAp&tboh ays:D.
L. 0. Howsard, chief entomologist of
the department of agrldulture, las re-
turned from a tour of. lnvesttgatilon of
the boll weevil and yellow fever moe-
quito problems in Mexico. As a re-
sult of his Investigation be e -ys It
is possible for yellow fever epidemics
to occur at higher elevaLions In Mex-
ico than so far has beea the case, and
that such eptileties will occur at the
high elevations ift nothing la done to
check them. Dr. Howard says., ow-
ever, that the superior board ol
health of Mexico is working energelti
cally an4i trying to improve on the
SHavana methlds..
Dr. Howard made a thorough study
of the boll weevil situation In Mex-
ico, but failed to find the boll weevil
parasite. He discovered, however,
that 4he boll weevil has reached an el-
evation of 6.000 feet, which is much
higher than it was expected the pest
would go.
Owing to the situation Mexico can-
not adopt the remedial measures
which are used In this country, and
on account of the great ravages of
the weevil, Dr. Howard expresses tUl
belief that Mexico could never corn
pete with the United States. IDr. How-
ard aleo visited. Louisiana and exam.
ined the precautions adopted In the
effort to keep the weevil out of that
Dr. J. H. Stubbs, director of the
Louisiana state ex-periment stations
says he feels confident that it cant bi
kept out for some years. The Louis-
lana shore of the Sabine river Isa !he
most dangerous means of spreading
the pest Into Louisiana from Texas
The rest of the state boundary Is
heavily timbered, and sl patrolled by
men for whose services the state is
reimbursed by the federal authorities
Even the negro laborers who cross the
boundary are rigidly Inspected and In
vwo places in the state where the
weevil appeared last year, the crops
are not being cultivated at all this sea,


White Men Charged with Abetting
Murder of a Colored Witness.
As a result of the primary trial
of four white men in Columbus, Ga.
charged with conspiring to kill I
government witness, Ell Daniel, a ne.
gro of Webster county, John Pines and
Jesse Oarter, of. Webster coun'.y,-two
of the defendants, were bound ove
to the next term of the United Stales
court in the nominal sum cf $20,.
each, while the cases against J. L.
Weeks and Jack French, Marion
county citizens, who live near the
Webster county line, were dismissed.
The defendants made the bond. Th(
government has several wiLnesses.
who were not examined at the prelim
Inary trial.
Daniel, the man killed, was a wit-
ness for the government in an Illicit
distilling case against Jack Pines, the
father of John Pines. one of the de-
fcndants. In .he consplirs.cy .cases.
Carter Is Jack Pine,<' son-in-law. 'she
defendants stoutly assert their inno-
conce. The case has created quite r
tir In- Webster county.


Squadron Totally Annihilated by Japs
at Weng Chou.
A Toklo dispatch of Tuesday says:
General Ktiroki reports that a section
of Japanese Infantry encountered and
defeated 2(0 Cossacks at Toutao-Kou,
eight miles northeast of KuankTien.
The Cossacks fled to Al-Ynang-Plon.
men, leaving scores of dead. The Jap-
anese sustained no losses.
Additional details of the fight at
Weng-Chou, near Taku-Shan, May 20,
Indicate that the squadron of Cossacks
was almost annihilated by the Japan-
ese infantry, which surrounded and
completely routed the enemy. All the
Russian officers were killed, wounded
or captured. Natives report that some
of the Cossacks escaped on foot, aban-
doning their equipment. Many killed
and wounded were found on the battle


Great Quantities of Lumber Floating
-Ashore at Miami, Fla.
For the last few days great quanti-
ties of square timbers have been com-
ing ashore at Miami. Fla. It ia evi-
dent that there has been a wreck

-A negro tramp who assaulted 0
seven-year-old colored child waI
lynched by a mob of his own race near
'Seaboard, N. C.
-Two visitors to the Confederate re
union at Charleston were drowned
while boat riding In the harbor.
-In order to get a take picture of
President Roosevelt lifting hil hat to
A negro, a moving -picture machbna
was placed In front of the c pltol, adA
a negro and a man made up for the
president were sent through the pan
tomlme. The police Interfered.
-A i report is to beo Issued by the
department of agriculture on the cone
sumption of cotton In the cotton gros-
fng states. It will show that southern
consumption Is responsible for the rit
In price,
-The Moroccan government will
grant all of the demands. of Ralbul.
If [on Perdlearls. the Au'terlcan. tni
Cromwell Varley, the Britlah captives
are handed over Immtedlately.
-Admiral Togo report e that an of-
ficer and twenty-fnrt men were kill-
ed on the detroyer Akatauiki by
Russian shell during a reconolsiance
st Potr Arthur.'
-It ha beetn 4 aly etded l.'
Harry SUlwen EdWairq s f.M*W
win make one of the 0 p0'4 a 0ttmo-
nsating Roosevelt at g4*

Natl al .; ,. ,

... .4. 1g
[ reg of News.

Wrief Summary of Most
Imnportfnt Events
of' ae h D.ay.

-Young white woman at Americus,
4aL, has a doctor and two other ier-
sons Indicted on a charge with au
eault with intent to murder.
--_ lmer county, Ga., grand Jurl
(ndlots thlre election manager in
recent primary, charging fraud and
-Mary Hightower, a negro woman .
mysteriously disappears from ter
home at Tatum, 8. C. Parts of her di.-
nembered body found in diffe,(trt
places. Her husband suspected of mar-
-Bondholders and creditors Uf Au-
gusta, Ga.. Debenture Company al,
point a trustee to examine the I,uook
of the company and make a report.
-Executive board United Mitne
Workers orders Blocton, Ala., mrier,
to return to their places, no strike
having been ordered.
-Three persons were drowned near
Greenville, N. C., Mond-ay while at.
tempting to cross a river In a hot'.iy-
laden canoe.
-Fire at Newport, Ark., desirns
over one hundred thousand dliiar'
worth of property.
-The wreckage of the steamer rLotr-
win, which &siled from Seattle, WVash,
for Nome, a week ago, has been found.
It is suppose] the eighty nine pas-
sengers perished.
-A sensation was created at tile
General Conference of the Northern
Methodist Church at Los Angeles ot
Monday when Bishop Da3y, rece itly
elected, declined the position.
-The Wee'ern Union directors nave
Issued a statement giving President
Clowry credit for his action in with
drawing service from the pool rooms.
-Speaking In Chicago, Rev. I. l.
Stinson, colored, of Morris Prown (ol-
lege, Atlanta, urged the negroes to
leave the north for the so lth.
-The withdrawal of the French am-
bassador from 'he vatican is still the
sensation of Europe, The breaking of
relations' is complete.
--Columbus Ga., military company
had prepared for a dress parade on
Sunday, but, Gwing to protests of mit-
IsLers, they abandoned the idea.
-George Gullette, hotel clerk, of
Birmingham, charged with stealing
$505 deposited by Abner Powell. man-
ager Atlanta baseball team, has been
arrested at New Orleans.
-Fourth Assistant Postmaster Gen-
eral Bristow is at Dallas, Tex. He is
making tour of southwest, Inspecting
the workings of the rural free de-
livery service.
-The Turkish authorities have do
termined upon the extermination tf
all the Armenians in the Session dis-
trict In order to prevent meetings
In the mountain passes.
-The department of agriculture Ihs
Issued a report on "The nation's fains
surplus.," placing the figures at f tur
and a half billions.
-in an explosion at the plant of
the Lake Shore Novelty Company (of
Flndlay, Ohio, Sunday, seven emplny.
ces were killed and five fatally in
-Harry J. Babcock, Jr., a Yale
freshman, was killed at New York
Saturday in the polo match with
-Vatican authorltles continue to bei
agitated over the conflict with the
French government, growing oi' ol
the protest against President Lou-
bet's vi-it to Rome and the recall of
M. Nisard, the French ambaaeaL'or
to the vatican.
--The Venezuelan government has
expelled from MaracaJbo twelve Span
lah monks who came from the Phil-
itppines on the ground that the pil-
Icy of the monks is Incompatible wlii
the tendency of modern society.
I -A new domestic loap of 550,tt0.-
000 has been floated in Japan.
--'ihe reported great sortie by Ger
eral Stoessel at Port Arthur Is now
said to have originated La St. Peters-
-The grand Jury of Richmond coun-
ty, Ga., In Its presentments, suggests
changes In order to retrench ez-

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't aled M4Ord.BeAch. TO WRITERS
j m-.l-Q., m fbe"e "aere. That
wvo4' eeli capgbt that. big lobster *AA**IAAk**
-1atAmiwir don' you know? .
"ta roder I- hadn't heard. Rules of Expression That Will Help
Wh4k .1.0. naOet the "Cub" Reporter.
Hils EcpllapatBin. i I ? I y | 1
"MSo Josh didn't hold his position -
very Idng l" .il publishing the appended excerpts
"o, ansibwered M6. VoratMtoasel.' But aSfron that tlintable -wo "Journalsm
it wpast the bov's fault, It wasn't ght Wh Yo Wit" n
iX weeks Imfore ha I Wk so a press we desire'to thAnk the learned
si wqhs lefore ha Pewtso muhItt11 (-ompsilhtrishereof for their- courtesy it
utu theltei a who owned it. that they. editors of what pones to bhe a mosthe
gLt glnsa and dlscharggd him," ..-. useful and instructive volume are to
Washinton Star. e congratulated upon the clearness
S ar antd lucidity with wMhich they -have
Protpiesdays nolys eud .No ornesrvost lanuled their subject matter, and par--
pass sita it or Outnl!; daly's. eise of.Dr. K-I ne's Ol:' t
*lie *e to#.r.at'itlgolitloatBldtreatMsefree ttcularly upon their geuerous regard
..i, 'aEt g,alt a xArh lBt.,lPhilalN. for 'thle student which instigated them
S was a time whenanal to fratme the vast fund of Infornutlon
i ws a time when animal hch'te book c
worship prevailed In ilvliization." e'hhthe o an itanswers. I thefor.
W apaivweed man who Unusul eas upon our space
reads everyli.hg that is published, pecluhIe the possIbillt Of our quospaceIg
9judglii% frqta the dog and lolahant iln extenso froi the il ource shquoets s)
stories turned out ly popular writers, kindly sent to uns by the publisher
t ahoul .say we are. getting rouid to but we bpllve that a fewv of tiheques
it again," '. tlos and nuswers take therefronm
reeft Hrt, ill tuItantl. illustrate the merits of
Sweat, tth, blIstor? RlorAr: Foo'C WAs th ll cou'ilaiion to our readers. Fol-'
o urea theim. e'y olor-of tnet. armpit, "lowliing are a few of these' questions.
ot.; stops ohahng It not at druggists selnt ; answers:.
2an to E AoT Dave Co., Atlanta, G(a., for w Wthen the scapegrate son of a
full size, pcatptid; sample for Sc stainp. Ve lthy in melopes witli Miss Muzic
One applioatioa irovei> itI mt-rit. Mon.ty lnoplstitcl, of the Day Olvs' chorus,
back ift notseattflied, 'ioIv sshoult you alludto ton bride? C
A. fLy s;nting that she belongs to a
"It's all off with uts." "Did he break tho engagement?" t is, or New Orleans, or Moblo.e
"No; we went out together last it ttyvile, i s the case miay not .ae,
night. I gave -him .the diool key to f nttlt sht jo-(ld the Day OwislL
carry, he forgot it rand came early this art fo l for the purpose of pnrsulg i
morning to return it. I answerol the ti ake.
door, "and, of course, he saw me.- 1I htn a wtr h tily man announces
.leveland Leader. ". ':lp:'rlte son's tito fromeu hli wi.li
.-. ,.h. 'v isist l ylu express the matter? '
p-r. KlEim's yal Germnentair A. By stiatin.g, of course, that the I
-Klllstibs t se -as nd, thus pre.- ilessipated youth Is to be cut off with.b
vents and ebres all dlseasles of tle blood,te h .
stomach, bowels, kidneys'itfnd nerves. o hr' Ipvcr-lutal slillhig. Ask tne.hard 1
j. j, eaniggs, i(don, iaiss. pys: "Our Ols. ,
little girl, moaothe old, wItl in aa" v 'y low < \VWhn you ascertain. during the 1
statte.fromnau ritn cromplintiat and G., ,'o-itut'
made her ast fatmsa plg." I'cs, tal lat llrrisburg Bill, the famous 1
Booklet free. Write 'Gotrnotuer Mt[tll<-al lrf )itiger-, haus played the colt .
Co., Dept. 0., IBaraesville, Oa. lTi-kor.y 'im for ltho place and to show,' '
After *i man has been married about $o !lIw doyoll s fort)this fact?
,long he becomes acclimated. -. 4y stating tlhtt it was the corn- i
.. i' talk of the track that Harris- I
Ap'k Yoiar ieatier For Allen'saFi lXat.su, tr, Itill (who is sild, to ba already
A powder. It reots tho teet. Curoe. Corns, ,1l',l,.;i to the good on the present
Bnonts. -oteH, or,.fot,!tt lons>Aeni i .;- Si,,,so,>ia) t,, ha t obillinge A
Sweating N]eet ait ln-rowing Naitls. Allen's the Log-kllingof.
Yoolt-Erso makes now orti-hlnhots ea.sy. At lit;s Ii.l' o ollh-kory Jltin, playing the
nil Drugglts anid Bhoe stores, 5 -ent.t. Ac- colt ait a-ll of the pool rooms through.
en t no substitute. hams-ple roaicai FaRE, lrt t i (-Ollrllty, atii that he cotwldttt
iOiZ -dL0:o taR X, Yya that. he couldn't
Adioss, All S. Olmated, .oo, : Y. p>~ibly have won less than $207,5G67T,
A girl with a dilt'pice will larg.it at any ,! lents on the ieu- race.
fool thing a man says. I. Wh i.l yot. are. reporting a mur- -
MrWlnlow'8soothn yrplorellren t, how" miust -lie behavior of the b
.Ieettlng?,*ftten.thegumns,iedureelnnularim aa-ai'' lNt' tioeI allayspain,curesfltiudl colie.-tc.iibottie i As cool Aind unconcerned. The
Many '4 man who starts .at. tile foot of; It' mst ile pictured as the least
the ladder -is dowt at the heel at tlhe in-ih. ;:td p rjron in the court iroom and
I o blie- s eilri ug frequently with his counsel
do not believe riso's Cuore for Consump- itt-r pis iof. the testimony; also a
-lion lhak enequalfor coUl ghs and eold3.--J on
Y,IoTsY, Trinity Springs, 1id., Feb. 15, 1UO. L"'titlg t h ulu uhitet-tces of the jury-
ir wn sit i tint inltlUrilig gaze. -
A woman cares nothing about a mana- (2. ,,ow mintist -you refer to any (ler- w
first love ifazhe is sure of being his last. ilai wh gives yo, u an interview? a
overleart oil the ikce. .' T'hie worthy or emltnent divine. ,
Mr. Easy-"Wihy. should people visiting ,. Wheln tlie circus colnts to town, .
The Exposition at night use more Allen's Io;- tn.imst you Jinvariably account for .L
Foot-Ease tihem in daytime?"' i '.eslcee ol thousanils of grow-illp
Miss Foote-"Because Anider the brilliant c't ill '
illumination or lith grounds, vcri, foot be- "-"s tie"(r "lhl tnt a h i 1
cones an acre! iI- itly to take their chil-
SMt. Kasy-'"Fair. Only fair! Pray, eon- i.a "t-
duet mn to the nearest drug store'al I I nn i
promise vevert ts accept -a substitttic for o ,r t't s t- a a ye lw i Open Up
you or for All.en's Foot-Ease." .', i..'- .story*' n OSeptember t
Foot Note-The t-wain will be made one .. Otnce r i';' ltas the festle season
in June. .. :; the "-r" months rolled
Rather than become a spinstc. the aver -o N wi iilsioa to thlie lus-
age girl will] inarry the vwrotig i.:. O'h tli.ila 't-, the toothsoi'e mollusk, e
: t: .. i) II ..
D WOOLL CY'S l lines niust yolu always xi
\DIIl ilal .c li'llJ~lTV qu, '-t- i;l r'f'tirug to the nt-g-otlntlotnt
OPIUM & W. .I.S Y 1r luiwccS the Clilri, e and the powers? -
ANlT '- "r wilys thIt are (lark nnd .
l O | V i fo;- tricks thlat ire Vain," etc. .
Wnl eure pearimanently at your own home. writing an ilftrvlew with iny t
in. T. 1. rciw, of oQiwren, Ark., sayt-: .. gan'. ,,i-1 ,ol ha rtnrsew to a
'Over seven year's agso j WH cvit ipiiim hialtit hy yvtt Icdieiietiri nd tiathav- u-ott- i eoutllctr-y after il foreign cruise how
"llrlrti in the.s-airy best nlf'ht'i lthslep." ,,,,'lter ,>n illludo to linT
*Mr. w5 I. T.nstin8.ll, of Lovtinaftont. VS.. Imust yau allude to h
hyi: "Itams ila to suy thai! firetl be-litv-a A. The bronzed, bluff sailor even
theilraklc Hait,'a I have tea-ereit Ji in toih ra paymast far chaplai. o
58 a-anted a tt'AjntLtil.ny2injst Siluce I took { Q. What is every California law- sl
opur atelraaotvl h Jn n l tuiilxt BKo. TVt ls ....e.very.
,eistmotiry I ever l v a o>d." t suit? f '
M.P.vir-iuaTonira*i% sh8hTve poart,La., A. A lItigtIlon involving many mil- C
ilSer r .mil iln r '.,l t n t i I i e no nils- t ots of dollars, e'
itke thetl L o..that my health Is letter now '4. What is every disalpa.inted-ln- .i
ant your aec. It has boewn twelve years n one-
slnee I wrselrely yoer tatricnt." : iglth -of a drop of carbol csa idn a a
l th rcailu on u iitt AMe t. A tI dipper-full of wter, ani then yells
ment with so 'a-y reeonimendations troni for the police and the fire depart- i
.'v" piu'' ls'ra s" cili a-il "aliteats must be gteod -,,t' h
Dr. wodlley.* Aitllote lian lu ltaton, ( m1 wnit? h
ln i el tiee mi a. bi --erhe'eknt"tiu hlaiveitii A. %A determined suicide. .
t- "L"!'1/1 tlft~tl> ntlothlllK like IWaitol- B n ltWtC, tWO a-
ey's. It haa stood tre teat of thirty yeirs. No Q. ~hat'8 a scrap between. t.. ,
malenr Wlci"till -Ioues orllilmo r whiskey in veo-uelin .soelety?
saould lr-tlatle to wrlte ho A. An Intlrcatling quetlon of pre ta
DR. B. M. WOOLLEY, cinilce' o.
Itio North er-cr street, Atlannta, On.. (. How lire you always 1to asl'r- e
au. i rl" liee dlUokase, hiiltIa hIe will talu in a crowd, the identity of the o
uL1 ii uetiial.dih I .Ne' York Uinn youth are seeking to In-












The Geui TOWER



It I mke of the beat

tervieti ?
A. By Ihis use of the wacrs -"lob-
ster," "fier c" aud "nutllh' doln'."
(). How must you always allude to
l:ie former obscure and poverty-strick-
-ii citizen of your place, wh-lo has
struck it rich. either In wealth or inu
fame, somewhere else?
.A, A. A ot' disillngulhepld fellow-
townsman. of whom we may well be
proud, 'etc. .
Q. What's every notable man who
hires a skiff and rowAs out to tIe middle
of the creek with a hook and line?
A. An nuthuslastic disciple of Is-
nak Walton.
i Q. How must you always dpplct the
net of n man who kills another?
SA. As that of a man who ban I m-
brued his hands in a fellow-man's
Q. How must you always refer to
afea$nographic notes?
A. Call 'em pot hooks or chicken

Q. How must you alwayS describe
Ibe i. Ap fiat of the man who is
found $o have, been leading a double
life? *
A. As a bijou menage.
Q. If an Ifittiatled igr-at man tells
you that h% 1$i swrs- to belinff quoted.
Snnd at the siamo tUne 'drags you Into
his library an hlatoda you a I17,50-
word titmeit be .Ias prepared for
"m",wL .t'-.ow tqzr move?
'. 'AdIW 6 rlo eIawic'. the city editor
o9 "x Impotateet. Ot. the statement, if
I'm VwhI M? e tot e, ItL.

i T'- '' I..,' -" .. ; ,

aitat etde of 4tut,)SI-ds*l
can't eit. .
Q. fIow wm1 t *ou always llude to
the promised, Impendinit, bdt never
revealed disco--erle; of the electrician
Nikola Tesla?
A, As sclentlfic discoveries thai.
when fully developed, are more than
likely to revolutlonilze all' htianu at.
IutanMiaRealte c|leanul)ns I Whih> Is oVUex.

It is only he lower classes of Ko-
reans whose arments are dirty. The
'better chlss Korean wceara an attir
the Imimiaculate cleanliness of which is
probably lunexcelled anywhere -dn
earth. It Ia certainly the qualnteat in
the Orleuit, and. as its owrer invariably
swings along with a'juperciliouls swarg-
ger, as if he and ie alone were tho
owner of the street. and all he survekyd
besides, the Incongruity of his manuly
gait contrasted with his exceedltigly
effeminate dress is a thing whilc-lh must-
be seen to be thoroughly appreciated.
Hlie is clothed lit whlte fromt head to
foot, the white being sometttinea ynvritd'
by creamn-colored silk, every garment
being of spotless cleanliness. dHe wears
the baglgest of baggy breeches, tight-
ciled 'just above the ankles, and Ilis.
padded white socks are .partially en-
closed in white and black-cloth sandals,
He wears-in suminer-ft silk or grass-
cloth coat of gauzy texture, which is
tightened under the. armpits atnd
spreads loosely from there downwards.
and being stilly lanundbred, sticks out*
In a. ridliulous mainner.all around his
legal lie. tlhe starched frock of a little
child. On hais head he wears ahat not
unlike 'that 'formerly worn by Wela'i
fisherwomell, only the crown Is not so
high. The hat.Is black and glossy, and
a close Inspection of that of. a y;ang-
ban (aristocrat)'. showed ".that it wits
made of fine woven silk and baniboo nl
an -open miesh that roseinbled criidlinte,
while those worn by the less prospect1
ous. tre tuade of horse hair. The trun,
cated..cone dbes not flt.the hiead, but
perches Jauntily on top of It.L At Its
base Is a round brim about four inches
wide, and the whole I* kept In place
by a black cord or band tied under the
chin. --The office of this peculiar eiplil-
lary attire is not -alone to .protect the
head fropi the weather, .but to form a
receptacle for-. an equally curiously
shaped skull Cap,. which 'In turn cont-
ahis -the topknot. This hlnt s worn on
all occasions, both on the s-treet-and lit
the house, and Its gausy construction,
eiiables theetopknot to be plainly seen
within its iry walls,--Harper's
Weeklyly. :
Life Uia the Lumber Cam p,.
in a letter -to the Tupper -Lake lHer-
ld 'a lively log-roller in, the Moose
Qreek lumber camp describes the lit'oe
of the loggers as far from dull.
"We i-lve well here, and have iheo
*est that the market .affords-Western.
eet,. domestic pork, 'vegetables of ill
linds, lbamn, lanmb, chickens and .eggs
and the best oit teas and coffee, blit,
enst of all, an experienced cook. Five
neaie -are served dally--rbreakfast. at
5, lunch at 9, dinner at 32, lunch at 3
and stripper .at 0. Every man must
wear a coat ahd have A clean appear-
hnce before entering the dining-room,
aOs ncin is allowed to speak nfter 9
O'clock, when all are supposed to be lan
ted. :
"Our camp boasts of an orchestra,
onslistinig of a violin, guitar, imiando.
in and .banjo. 'There are some -very
ood. nusalians, singers andi dancers
hi the camp. One could vet-y easily
rganiize a.minstrel troupe.
"Our men seem to come from many
Mtrts of the world. There are- Irish,
'roielhl, Engllsh, Scotch, Geranus anai
aweldes. Malny professions are repre-
entted-soldiers, actors, acrobats, law- i
ers, minIlters and pugilists. A-Iniot
ny' evetllng one can see as good.a f
how tie on- the stAgOe in large cities.
"The deer that re. se asi near the
nmp nllfseem to be In good condition ; '
hey have become so tame tliat they
'ill ceane right up to the camp;, and W .
ike care that they aite fed." -
The Mra Wlie 'Made sapani. '
It Is to the Mlarquis Ito that Japan
wee in a very great measure the po-
ition she now" holds in the world. But -
or him she i glght bh to-day a second
hihlan; but for him she would assup,-
lly not be the rival of lusslia, ti6 '
los-eri ally of Eng.land. -
HIe belonjgs by birth to what we
should call the lower mliiddle class, and
as therefore had leather wealth nor
inluemiti.l- coinectlonk to give him a
helping hand. None thp less, at an
ge when In England he would have -
ten counted as a boy, he wa already -
Minilster- Plenipotentlary arranging ,
orms of icace with the great powers
f Iurope. For he had the good luck
i very early days--it was a pure piece
f luck--to attract thle attention of thu
ld Emperiar Kornel Yenno, who was
o strnck by his extraordInary ability
nd nali-round cleverness that he took

is education Into his own hands and
et to work to train him for a political
I reer.
In 18U7 the old Emperor died, but his
successor. Moutsouhlto, had Just as
igh an opiulon of Ito as his father had
til., and an t)on as he had power In
is hands he made him Governor of
logo. A year later be made him VI-
aimicn Minister, and from that day to
bhis Ito has practically ruled Japann.
-London World.
How to Avoid Wee .lns imhb.
Here Is n simple anti available re-
lue-a medicinal bath for the ner-
eusly worn and thore who cannot I
leep o' nights. It was the prescription I
f an old physician. Take of sea salt
our ounces. spirits of ammonia, two
ounces; spirits of remsphor, two
unce:; of pure alcohol, eIghl ounces
nd sufficient hot water to &ake a full
ouart of the liquid. Dlaolv the e sea
alt In the hot water slud let stand until '
ool. Pour Into the alcobol the spirits
f ammonila dca'mpher. Add the salt
ratir, shake well and bottle for Use.
Vith a soft sponge dipped In this mix-
ure wet over the surface of the whole
ody. Bnb vigorously until the skin
glows. When nervous or "blue" or
vakeful do not omit thbl both. The
est aind 'iMreshnWs that follow will
mply repsy tibe. lito required to pre-
tare It. r
Sewiu. *d$*s ma Rseed.-
wthe o# A#OiE iNBtlWtO that is$
I $a 0 W*W ^

Demualt Par hli tlirleadVt Vma Trils
S ladilydl crea.lmig.
SIt will no doubt surprise many pea-
I pl to learn that tlt despised skunk Is
worth twice a suncl to laisne aa is
Stlle lnc'h ndllred honey bsee but auch
is the fact, mliil, countilmig tlhing at
ltnh letual wornl, the skunk Is worth
nlituint as iittutli as til the dleer killed in
.Min lma Ii.a.yensovi,.. The skunk la ttdid*
in1h 1 oihl for hliA far and for the oil
(hhth is In lain', aind both the oil and.the
fuir itar I over increasing demand.
Fashion in fitrs regulates the price
of skitnk sklns. 1'our years ago the
cxat of a dark skunk wits worth from
$2,5,) to $3, anid the deinand exceeded
the i | supply. Mineo then the muskrat
has come into favor, andti the price of
lfuA.k sklins plans faileu to about $2 for
the beast. WVIi).l however, .there are a
dozen faith skkuks to be hand o every
ait'rot of witclcdtaow litnii, wienC a hard
twooid lthib the only weapon needed.
for klillIg them, antl when every fat
skunlk contaltq i at lenat a quart of oil,
Wrth $5 n .-galloUt at wholesale, there
i ull')iniy i kI t.ie1 btasltess.
Most of the akulnk pelts are shipped
to a Pilaleh'ltliri 11"ri, where they are
made up aInto fulrs for export to France
niid Geraun ny. In which countries they
pass. asnon key sklus. It Is estimated
that .Maine's revenue from skunks
amounts to S150O000 or $17T0.000 annu.
ally, wi-lah is alaoitile ti'e sum derived
from all lthe lionvy bces in the State.
and cert1 iltaly inolre tlini all the 8000
deir lihoit art worthll to (lie men who
kill tiatnIl. From 100,000 to 150F.000
skuuk.s nr, Illd hlitl n Maine every fpil.
TI he driumnil for oil Is teadLl!y In-
terniling, anid tihe price has advanced
lifty cnIus to $1 a gallQultlitltln a year.
The nin ti vs prize the ol for its virtues
as u.aiLurt' for rhoumnatlsm and alirl
aJltiits, itad lirgo quatllttlea of It are
bOuglit ly Ccouatry traders and sent to
(iruggisI;i utt oif thlie State.
It ila es.-tiinit d tl t ilie annual pro-
dutlotion of sluiik oil in Maine exceeds
25,(i00 gallout, and the quantity Isa n-
t-reasetl by dulter I lou with the fatty
oil- otaallid fro h liens and wood-
cli icks, a de-eppllin which has proved
rnibO-tprotiablo to theo skulk tnognOltea.
-Bingor Letter to Plilladelphli R1c*-
Pol tIl': Chalrs For sliestres.
SThei. chiaiars commonly used ill tthea-
ters atnd atadltorlnums do not permit of
the raptld etimptying of their occupants,
the only egresa being In a traverse
direlatin, resulting by the Inimedlate
congestion of the entirely too con-
tracted aisles. The object of a recent
invention lis to provide a chair which
will .materlilly unable the public to
es ape iprotillly it case of fro or
einorgency. idelo fraunes of the chairs
are phicedl it rows and parallel to
each oilier, ueni of which serves for
th. attlitauclenit of a folding sent and
it lack. Whein iot i ttmie thile hiinged
seat i-s turned r ilougelde ou side frame.
The 'i linged l'ick c'lo.sis lu next to It.
A spring eiigages with the edge of
the back, itreventing It from accident-
illy .drolptlgi. The sent being folded
toward the back, the latter Is free
fromn- coMnection with the next side
frale, thus affording nupnerous com-
paratively free passageways. It is
possible, though not desirable, by em-
ploying this st3lc of chair, to entirely.
dispense with the middle and aide pas-"
sages or ailles.

The runnie-r who sets out on a two-
ille rni'c usually passes through two
-dlsliuet stages of exhaustilo, writes
It' )Titlt MclKenzile'ln Outing. In the
flrst quarter, if the pace bo fast. he
feels the tlsat eymptonis of breathless-
ness-- the throbbing temples, the surg.
lhag il the enrs and the tightnosh about
the. chest that mikes so mnauy men
drop out before completing the dis-
tiance. Ths night be called acutb'
fatigue; but if -one cnn keep on the
itditress passes away. The heart and
lings work n little harder, and at last
succeed It catching up with their task
of purifylig tho Increased stream of'
sewi-ge brought to lthe lungs by the
blood, to be carried off In the form of
gases by respiration. The distress dl[-'
appears from the face, the lungs seem
to regain the power to expand and a
crushing weight appears to have beenj
lifted fro n the chest. The head be:-
comes clear itnd the muscles act witlt
renewed vlgor and elasticity. The man.'
has got his second wind. I
M lanssureBo ol TOmpersture.
A n.ew Desert Botanical Laboratoryl
has recently been established at Tuc-
ion,. Arlzoua. A most novel device
at- the laboratory is jan Inatrumeant faoi
registering the temperature of the loil.
This device was Juveuied by Dr. D. T.;
McDougal, of the advisory board, who'e
has been spending some time at T"ao-
son. A copper tube connects the sIn
strument with a copphr cyllnder burledf
it t(he ground. On a dise, whbch makes
a revolution once a week, operated baf
clockwork, a pea reglisters the telo
perature of the soll ifr erfiy houi al *
intitrte In the day and week. Ons eot
these records Is belong taken -t the
Neow York Botanical Gardens and an.
other at tlhole Tropical Botanleal Liab
iratory. established In Jamaica la
Jnly. It has been found that thei tei..
peorIttra of the soil between day andi
Night vnrles one degree In Noew -ork
aid Uvo in Arizona. .
Deafness Good ats Tlples
Senntor McEnery is afflicted with &
cerlnin degree of deafness. fl eart
ipear less at tlinmcs than at others, It W
maid. At those times when newpapetir,
ma seek to draw information fmi "
lilni that hii Ls uuwillUng to give bpla
particularly hard of hiring. It was
during one of his deaf periodS thlt he
einerged frco a recent eiecUeUT a.' .
plo4u and was accosted by a corre-eltdp '
cil. "Well, lHenatr, anythinlf dolt .
an the asidee" asked the newpaptt
nsn. "Yes, tho weather is pretty
onittide." answered the Senator. "It'
Itr'tty hard on us old people." An he :,
Isowed pleasantly and passed on. iavlea
ting tbo newspaper manw wonderlns '.
Coralasi Tnrade.
The United States is buying O.q O
oeller'of cocaine a yet, tl t about 8', I
si ounce. Of thbls tll A yiry small 4
proportion is used lea UflnatelS. 8ome .
Slates have forbkidel Its pr.ttlWetleOS
maOL, but the lawS beTe es ea-
rasrc& it tba I t Trt4e,) lm ra*.
taovrn"lh It

U 8.s. SEji -mw SOUTH OSUIfm
ReconmmeinOds Pe-ru-na

For Dyspepsia antd Stomach Trouble.
o^^ i~H^^ ^ ^o ; .s- -5---
Catarrh of thq Stonach is Generally
laI f Called DyspeDls-Something
S: to Produce Artifclal Diges-
S-". ti0on i Gonetally# Taken.

Sr i Hence, Pepsin, Pancreatin and a Host
of Other Digestive Remedies
HHa' T ies Been Invented,

These Remedies Do Not Reach the
Seat of the oDifficulty, Whichl
-is Really Catarrh.

a jx.u. U.- Senator II. C. Iatil-r it (u
"th Carolina was enator r,,, il,,t
f l^'utii fior two terms. in a rent litter to
_.Tho eruna Mediciae Co., from Winhmil-n i

pepaulr and alon8e10 1 t g'Olble. jI .tuue
.-- Il'ee unr lIyour umedfoteitefora& sh'I
pe- )ftd avid I jel vernpluchr-elieVferd.
It fm bcl''l rt ,wanderfal tlediolnd
eExdeHSdLNoa a 0po. I oan 1e. g"-.,i Batler.t
1)'!11.v on mio,'.-ii way to cure dympeppia
s to r il. I .t i ,an h.. lerans curies
r $m a lia 1ua.l it ie larsitot produce arti-
ii'1 i1tl I". I o H e. 11 r ca ea tarrh olan
h ,t ti I,-A-b ,il i ti 1)i t riurnui digestioit
1 a Io .f Nloti i a l oua ll in ptlly better

V'err I.;a l,; cu'reaiil moria w nes of d'riep-
still InI k. 1 all not I l n .- *ro4 1m Inted,
El-Senator|>L 0. BStlerii', im pl. cattle at mal' -i I ut herevrr
aa"itil.t. ItfiLiat r' i tll I t h II .- I aI ,n ti, Ieid,

I you tin not lditerive pronmpit aj atjt- ?elf in the throat ar b,',nhi.ltitluea.
faietory aaiualtta aiunmi the lieue ofi l'rttla, Permina ceini it. V'laen eat tarth ir C0Inite
write at once to I)r. Ihrttitan, giving a ettleI In ths stomach, vernua cures it,
full statemneut at ,ou t vise,, adi he will be as wt%1e I in Ltd Iditiun as in any otlier.
plt-.iL4d to gite % ,3o hte valuab.o advice Peruna is not sigpply a remedy for
gIatIia. 1iy3ltelisia. Perunia is a eatarrih remltedy.
Address T Dr. Ilitrinin., I'te'-iil.nt of( The l'ertinna rirea dy'peliala Leeause it I geUn-
Ilnitnian -Uitlu riiiin,ui. Lolahaain i O. rally delienlent tuplon catrarrh.

za ia^teel (^^BANK OSPOENT
L.e .u.T ses. GOA.-ALA. BUS. COLLEGE, Macon Ga.
8_uo W. oeurseu.

An ti 0 (11 no t lrtop lait tlit Tho i nainttabil fame Odf ti. Reynolds In
k IIV,' I n n Iall ivaoir Ih tint) ithitlil I11.1 n it 't.11iitt n ofll' woV ndqrul muoplm Int
i |"rlig Cantn r., "'lun'aiaa aitl ti lrila ta lrnlii .rs a lil t i iootislate ApeelaJ-
I-t ire equallylil-ly altaItl bar tiatlr vill lit ,tarl ta Striletaure. Vajrlcia aue.
Ilydrorele, ulndiJl Polon. li(( aill C'l nl l)qeep NHetedt albima.es
Sor-botl Meln nal l '1liiiil. Vil' a i i tivtlty .r ia r N.latilt.liWirv l 'K AC IA'B,"
S i nd ynii t .n lilk. I an a t xeis.D a n t riljlittc iwitth aukI or Clipe Jolin
Iltaiuitimntra when v ntr ieialth Il at s like,
L1D. R I.KYNOLINA CO,., 518 Aatlell lluilldlng, Atallant, Ga.

r WooKLCT. Wr'te, OX9o 14 .3UA lib. Ga., ABYK YOUIRDRVUgiT.
.0 : __ : .... A_. Yu. aum~llt

He Understood the People.
Ono of Jay Gould's campalgns as a
deahlor in railways was with thi War
bash system of railroads. He got con-
trol and after effectng- a reorganiza-
tion which increased Lte caplLal stock
and also the bonded debt suld them
oat. lb Ia related 0f him at this time
that an assoclaLi said to him;
"Mr. Gould, don't you think you are
bonding this much higher than the
properly will stand?"
"That may be," answered he, "but
the American people ard mighty par-
tial to bonds."

May Come to This.
(Boston Transcript.)
Mrs. Upporfloor-I supppse you nave
heard the latest order the Janitor has
IMrs. FIr.ilvtory-About dolls? YsM.
Wonder why?
Mrs. Upperfloor-He says some of
the dells the neighbors' children leave
hero elookt so much like children hat
thoy aroe apt to give the hotel a Dad

Patent medicines are never sold in
the apothecary shops of Sweden. The
Government limits theo umber of
These shop, and there are only 850 In
the whole country, Stockholm, with
a population of 800,000, having only
Deaftess Cannot neC OUurea
bryloosl application as they cannot reab tbe
duseased portion oftheanur. There is only oe
way tp ourel deafnes., and that is siy eoalti.
tutlopal mlamedlefl, trness is eausd b a
intlawed ooundtlou of the mnueous lillai;
thie Bstaeblan Tibe. When this tube is ,;
lamed you haye a runmbingsound orimpar-
font bealrini, oan4 when i isantirely olalOd
Delafnw lsthe eil-It, aid unliotb innl
nmyain van hb Oaken pit a d this ube i
stvred to its normal oontAioA, her#ll vill
be death royetd torve, lae esM "-p0t O1 ti t.
arneause byoetatrliw bletuituothiaji .a
ua ed poua itionlF the uMno mr6.-
Wi.l lvena gi nOn dnr 4 Doa@ foat '
6qot fijtase (CauaAeay emcit)lbat ci0.
not c.MibyaiU'ohtab 1) t lmd for,
ft.ttliFs trea I j. :4,:0at7 & ho.,Toldo, 0.
eld b arouia t. .Aanro o &
.flto coas i tlpatlon.
lmplpluyes Il Jpaasnsu cotton tac-
torleA gt onvl eight to eighteen center
for day's wqrk of even or twelyp
:lseit. Wis- WOf.'lidiowver, ia much
less streniosa than in this 'country,
and much time la wasted in lodfingj
ta.lklng, laughing and drinking te. -

Women run -down and onddre dally
tortmrem throup nf l.eetlpg the kid-
tnpla. sJduey backaeihe uhles hoets-
i- work a. lOrdebF te#4'
Sl impa*alble sleep
ftful;g appetite giveF
out andviyoud a"t. -
i|^ all the tlww .'-"a
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w ion I. jso-
Pills I at l et t.
Ppts l '

Small Potatoes
result from i lack of


in the soil.
dluces size anm

Potash pro-
d quality.

books which
explain mcire
fully the fer.
tiiliznig value

FREEto WO any
farmer wio:

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Mothers ,

The Sanative, AnSflSti,. t

Cleansing, PurifyliOWNt
and Beautifying -.
Properties of

Assisted by CUTICIP& '
Oitinent, the great "

Skin Cure, are of
Priceless Value..

For ptcCfvli, pfrftaMg "n
beutifyilng the sn, for
thecalp of ctutsutl, iCal c
4lanadetf, and the stoppi

ad d sothig rAd, rough, td so :.
hands, or baby ibrs a
inas, in the fornm of baths fir*i..
noying irrtattotl,. ukxratloie,
inflammatlona of woman,
many aeativt, ,antiseptic p!luA"
poses which readly AuKggt ti
plves, an well as ow asl pwta a
of the toilet, bath, an4
CURA Ointment are lw.
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;iw we-A- Star
abditor and Proprietor.
-ntered April a8, 1908, at Cainesville,
fai., as secod-class matter, under ,ct of
basgwm of March 31. 87.

"^,- tblished every Tuesday and Friday,
| t- tL00 a year in advance.
5o Cents for Six Montha,
25 Cents for Three Months.
'. ADvxRVsINOI RAras.
. c', cal Readers in brevere type, 5 cents
at lHne for each uInsertlon.
Space for display advertisements priced
on application.
The editor is not responsible for the
i,, v of correspondents or others con-
i h tibting to his columns.

Pecan and peach growing is be-
coming s6me of Alachua county's
most important industries.
Berry season is already here, and
the bury season will be ushered in
right away after the next primary.
The farmers-and other laboring
people-should vote for Stockton,
Barra and Broward on the 7th day
of June.
Vote for Stockton for 'Senator,
and thereby help to show that Flor-
ida's politics can not be controlled
V; by a few Republican millionaires.
Why don't some cartoonist car-
-tOot the Times-Union and Metrop-
1 .' olis editors as they really are, since
| editors Wilson and Carter got un-
der the same "kiver?"

I' Many fhouafnds of dollars worth
of delicious peaches will be shiplpm
ofrom- the various orchards 'in
dJlacbua county during the coming.
k' Several carloads have al-
Wt,4y-been shipped.
'~ he trust magnates and thelt
)Aifllngs may now be expected to
se l Broward of anything that it
Sbut voters should pay no at-
tn to the false charges that
:be.made against him.
9 for J. M. Barra for Con-
s.apd thereby help to prevent a
ett and the probable seating ol
SRepublican from the Second Con-
1 District, like it must cer-
y be if Mr. Clark should be

;s'pa's Broward Club is doing
work in the' interest .of the
Macy of Florida's next Gov-
jIItor. Gainesville has no Broward
| b, but there is a large and
tl~it.n g number of Broward
tt here.
The editor of the Tatnall (Geor-
gla) Journal says it is too dry up
.4. there to "sow wild oats." It is
Snever too dry to sow any kind ol
ats in Florida, but It is too "dry" in
SAlchua county for "wild oats" to
come up and grow well.

'The Japs have met with some
S etrible reverses recently. The
,awilans seem to have become
., ake to the fact that they have
$ot some fighting to do, and they
Orel.doing it. The Japs, however,
bml.abead in the game so far.
We want evesy Democratic vo
tit in Alachua county to get the
from now until after the sec.
primary. If you are a Dem-
tic voter, and fail to get a copy
4e STAR, send us your name
Spotoffice address on a. postal

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We have been compelled to turn
3wo several interesting articles
MIrl on account of their great
itgth, and because of our limited
Mice. We trust this explanation
Ul be satisfactory to the writers
hore Coammanications were not

y ,troward is not as mean a nman as
would like to make.bhil. He
't steal everything that gets
pay. He may have stolen
to Davis' locked door of
he hasn't yet stolen the
any of the fellies from the

we tells a story of a
il elen Hunt who
^ t~~. gtR to

f any of
a Sse "th

Frank Clark is no man's fool of
a lawyer, and being no fool he cer-
tainly knows that he must have
been a citizen of IFlorida five years
before he could be legally seated,
even if elected, in Congress. Then,.
if Mr. Clark is a Democrat.and a
friend to the party, why ,do u he
Iqslat on being voted fq-1# n.-
gresasman in less than *'w from-
the time when he wA.ui tinat and
office-holder in ObtshoQua? If Mr.
Clark should be elected there would
certainly be a contest, and Mr.
Cheny, the Republican candidate,
would be almost suie to be seated.
Democrats are treading on danger.
ous ground when they are voting
for a candidate concerning whose
constitutional right to holq the
office there is any doubt. Mr.
Cheny is a clever gentleman, but lihe
is a Republican, and Democratic
Florida don't want to send a Re
publican to Congress.- There.is no
question about Barra' eligibtil.ly,
and the safe plan ia to vote for him.
and let Mr. Clark walt until lie
shall have been .In the State five

Let voters beware of the Jack-
sonville Metropolis. Up to within
a few days of the May 10th primary
it claimed to be neutral-a news-
paper only-and published political
news concerning any and.all candi-
dates, but now np paper in thel
State is working harder against
Broward and for Davis, nor does a
single paper (Plagler's Times-
Umsion aot excepted) show a mcre
decided prefetestiofor the entire lot
of trust candidates. We put out
readers on notice that it is unsafe
to follow the advice that is now be
ing dishbd out by the Times-Unlon
ad ietroplis. As far apart an
they usaisly pretend to br they are
iBw drinking from the same
branch; they have come together
to oppose 'the people's candidates
There is something wrong. Voters
beware, beware.
Those who support Stockton
Broward and Barrs in the second
r primary, will. have the happy con
solatio i of knowing that they aided
the "Three Friends" w ho are mnak
lng a noble fight against great odds
and that their efforts are secretly
commended and respected by the
opposition. One of the oppusitiot
said to the editor of the STAR
Wednesday in.Jacksonville: "W
know you fellows are sincere ii
-what you are trying to do, and
nothing can be truthfully sait
against either of the '"Thret
Friends." but they will be bea
because they are not financially
able-to stand up to the opposition.'
Remember this honest voter on01
June 7th.
Broward is not a perfect man-
he is human. He made the same
mistake that many others inade
when he voted for the divorce bill
but unlike most of the others, hi
says openly that if the people want
the law repealed. he is ready t<
assist in repealing it. He voted
for the dispensary bill because. Ilke
many others, he believed a dispen
sary system better than the liquenue
saloon system, but lie. declare
openly that he is for no saloon a
all in preference to a dispensary
Broward is strictly sober, and thi
whiskey people are fighhtlg him ti
a finish. Can the same be said o
Mr. Davis?

LI ..

ji5 !uitM B.WV--- .1 .a stmli^, 'EL I
forced to' enter a Aecond pir Y F H C UTT.,
an opponent who ecot Iv o4 ~uy W e lHave
about poe-foirth of the vote polled C o tt Pt QAINIr5VILLE,
in tWe' frst .primtry l 4 that Mr. In Stock, and are constantly rcceiv- s l LII, rLA.
Stc int 's bestO i a ends adviae4 in "up to-date" Shoes tfr Men, $ p a I$Ind ottoq

Tl rat.nassaertion is true, but the Women and Children, at popular $ H .O aid
last is not. Mr. Stockton's "bes t prices and of the best makes. In Seed or Lint, Large cr Small uanttities.
fr jend" have not advised him not
to rui a .seo d pri mary.. And Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida
it i a fact that Capt. Broward in j Planting Seed.
also "forced to enter a second prdi 9 Particutlar attention to the. Ladies -
mary by an opponent who received ockort" A
only aboUt ole-fourth of the votes *"Brockor and MensAll A er- Choice of Two Through Car Lines
polled in the first primary." But ica'.' and "Walk Over" grades. T -Car
the Sun forgot to state the fact D
S.o. D. Matheson, ST. LOUIS, MO.
The Metrofpolis almost gave the STd.L A *
whole thlng rway when last8Tues- b o0 and-Leat.lie Ito0e. 3nesville, FaIB. VIA-
day it cartooned John Stock- I -"
ton prostrate upon-the ground sad A .lanti, Cast U ne
Tallaferro.aboutto run his utom Atlantic Coast Line.
obile qve hira, The Met. virtually
(though'not to beso understood by MThe G in illf P nin Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through. Attenta
the voters) said: "To thunder and Chattanooga.
with Stockton; he's the poor man's Round Trip Rates From lainesville
candidate, and it makes no differ- .
ence if he does get run over by 44 10 80
Mr. Taliaferro's fine Standard Oil ll ,
Company automobile. On THE MARCH lier 25.
When Napoleon B. Broward is OF IMPROVEMENT 2 5
nominated for Governor on Tune OF IMPROVEMENT sle M nd l
7th, Frank H arris and A. P Jar- ,, ,,, , ,, ; (8 10'l n slh i.t "' sale l, 10. n d 1i c. ,l ,
dan, who-are .now talking real ,tir. faicili ic.s are e-.I t 1ill .h _.l. es e (_ .t dlS iaol, d >l o dt itn d:i.l -. dA iys and iln coaches ,. 5ly
ugly about bimn--eVet w ilie they MltI'tlher tol "'iail to h e o.i. l",,r F.' ,,i r reservaltio.ns .m1.1infriiltnill iii lip Ag-lts A t tic Coit Line. or wriie
ugly about hin-evet while thery 4." clirilier %on %HilIi 1 ; FiANhAR K C III.ST( iN. oiui '9I., W. 1) STARK, Trpy. iss. .j.i
e ., o< / vo%,( )I n Hi ir I l ...i.t fr 138 \W Vrur St., Astc r BuildinK. Jacks Lm ille, I In
sleep-will swear by Ocala and 7e ,i iitLindt \o t i r, i. hbe ,i ,.,.e ifu A11 e M. 1:MIRSKON. Traf. Mlir W. J. CRAIG, Giks Paks. A t,..
Putita Gordo, that a b-tter selection be h lit ,f Iua, l, hts 'o e II. M. M i.iC)N. Traf. r CRAI n. N <
Should not have been iacle. and ilUrI,5 W e ei dIl al111 Bilu .'lh g l. N
They will beready it) 'shine" *i Na- i "ll y i Mweri.ail f r ,.., -, I i t lt.1 i1,i li
poleon's shoes for hill if lie 'A Ili tl lll'liV ) c i ll)1,,i%.l41 g.. ll t t'1 ,H0C a E <
accept their poor services. .fct do t "el ren A L : \\ ine RaUlwICay
The Time--Union says that Stock- Air Line Raiway
t ton-Broward-Banrs is a personal po. IHf BAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN COMPANY, Schedule effective Dectinber 7, 1903.
r litical trust to boost themselves into 'PHONJi 16.
office, and for the benefit only of 37 I 31 I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. ( 54 I 34 I N
themselves. There is not a -parti- .. A N 55 3 .3up I, .. llaldwille .... Ar o o 10 2 S 4o
Scale of truth in the statement, and u 45) 0 l dw ..... 8 aa 414 4 1 5,,
s the Times-UTion knows it. It is 2nk 1 r S Ar GAINESVILLE .Lv 7 a 7 4.1'
e consoling to know that the people i5p Ar Cedar Key ... L0v 4 5 ....
Sof Florida are not looking Times ~. 2( 1 .. SilvrSrings :...5..
r Unionward for political truths. CANDIDATE 1 2 3a Wilwool . a 23a 562

1, An admirer of Judge Parker says Fo0 R 4 141 .1 a. Daile City. .. 28p 10 37H
"P" stands for Peace, Plenty and CONGROIESS 7 op a . Palmeno . ... 4 45P 7 4a
Parker, and the declaration caused FROM orti 7 1 16 a Manatee 3 5p 727A
Sa Hur t man to go him one better 1op .5a Ar. Tampa . Lv oop 8 su.
Sby saying that '.H" stands for Second D1isrtrict No i AN Ar .....S 66 WEST & Nampa .... Lv ,oop
Health, Happiness, Hleavein andL__
d L""alt o Flori l.v Jacksonville 9 o 7 50op i.v Jacksonville ...... ..... 3 4Pp 9 a252
SHearst. f1 lid tAr erialin.ia 5 9 p Ar Lake Ci.ty. 51P it 20a
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If Senator C. M. Browiin otild Solicits Your Vote and Supprt I Ar Savan,,ih ... I lop l 5oa Ar Madison . 7 55P 12 5Sp
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Roosevelt don't seem to have any
better sense than to think that by
insulting the. white people of
Charleston. S. C., he will stand
in with the "niRgera" of other
sections of the couqtty. There are
thousandaLot as good people as eves
hated hypoereiy,. who would be
willing to epitribute to Rooreyelt's
funeral exaltAi. McKinley com-
pelled tbe-people to love hib, but
Roospeelt compells the people to
hate him. h i
Fellow. Democratic voters, the
trustaaffirai their candidates will be
nominated June th. If they be.
liev* whptt they say, they must cer-
taibll bU v, they have the vote,
of ,UIrNda in their vst pocket:
Let's Ml, tetlm; let's show them a
trl, W9' two of their owf, by
imilpnating Stodcton, Broward and
rroaJ'tne, th. .-

a *i'y W0" 4it!4 to

or Metropolim soate o tilt: letters
he has recei.e.l rfirom old Coolled.
rate Veterans it would make
re freslling leading. \\ hie 'I l Scui
sotile of Lthrin.

For County Couini.-isioner vo:e
for 0. P. Cuainon, mld for lemnb<.r
of the School Board vote lfor IH.
B. Brooker.

We reproduce "C. M. Brown the
Somersaulter" in today's STAR by
request, and so that every Demo-
cratic voter in the county can see it.

Next Tuesday and Friday we
will send the STAR to every Demo-
cratic voter in the county.

Read this paper and hand it to a

-Rev. L. W. Mlooree formerly editor of
the Ilorida Chriaitan Advocate but now
pastor of the Methodliat church at Ocala,
was greeting friends in this city Tuesday
evening and Wedneasday morning. Mr.
Moone was oan hi way to District Confer-
ence which convened at Starke Thurs-
day. Come again Mr. Moore we are al-
wayve happy to see you.
,Col. and irs,. II. P. Dutton left
Wednesday for their old bone at TOwns-
head, Vt., and they will also visit San
Fraupiaco, and other points. in California.
They will spend several months fn the
West ana returnn to Gainesville after the
beat of the summer is over.
. .-. ... .
Under and b virtue of a final decree
made and rendered oU the a8th day of
aInuary, A.D. 1903. by Hon W. S.
bullock Judge of the Circuit Court of the
th Jiadcial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Jlachu4 county, in a case there pending.
on the Chbancery side of said court,
wherein Rachel 3. JansXerop of Amachua
county, Florida, as adminlntratriz of the
estate of ames A. Brock, deceased, late
of said place, and ;. L. Jameraon, her
husband, are complainants, and Henry P.
prookar' and Drew Brooker, his wife, ar
4efendatas, wherein I wsm appointed as
a apecal mater li chance to execute
aai decree, I will sell at pa lic outcry,
beffBa the court house door, in the clt
of Oainesville, in Alachua coumt. Flo.
Ida, an Monday. the 6th day of lJue, A.
D. 14. b 918 Negal sale io, WtW*een
W tMl4esttat sttuated., lying be.

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Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax.
perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
Rural Mall Delivery.
Ample Appropriations Suwannee River.
Military Park at Olustee.

County Superintendent
I hereby ainottlnce myself a candidate
for the office of Supeiintrnden-lei.t of
Public Ilstrttctioun o r Aliti.i. c(atnty,
subject it t he ction ot tlit l1eilt.'cralic
P rimiia ry azi t i, tt -ls cth ill- o lit it th ,. ii p -
pi),rt if all dletilcr..tlc tt, r'..
Re-cbvctlfll.. .
J ".; K !-,.1.i'%
County Superintendert.
I am a candidate for tl.' .ooffit of Su-
periutndlent of Public stulrctiiln of
-Alachua county, subject to the action of
'the Democratic primary, and solicit the
supportof Democratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchnleut aindl the pay-
ment of the school debt.
J. L. K KI.l.l .
Solicited by many friend", I announce
myself a candidate for Representative
frpm .lalwnua co itty in the next Legisla-
ture, aubJect tb ith e Democratic primary.
If elected the people of 41lachua can feel
sasurad that their iuterests will be well
taken care of in our nuet Legislature,
and I shall especially exercise my influ-
ence for the enactument of a vagranlt law
similar to that now in force in Georgia,
which has done so mnucl to solve the
labor problem in thal State.
A. V. Ilt.iL.AR~'
Democratic voters of slacbtua county:
I respectfully announce myself ai caidi.
date for the LLegislature anti solicit your
support. I .wil abide by the action of
the primary. Yours truly,
J. A RosnoRtUGII.
County Corymishlloner.
I hereby announte my candidacy for
County ComnmiMioner from District No.
4, subject to the primary, and solicit the
support of the Democratic voters of the
4istrtit, pldOK aug n economical and im-
ptM al sdniaslsration of the a&air* of
the office if elecWd,

County Commissloner.
At the earnest solicitation of many
friends 1 hereby announce myself a can-
kidate (or County. Commilasoner from
Distret No. 3, If.elected I promise to
faithfully and onuesUy discharge the
Sdities of the office to the best of my
ability. Respectfully.
0. l'. CANNON,

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Ar \\ ilt intgton . . 12 05p
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Ar Raleigh . I 53P. lu 45a
Ar Portsmouth . 4 0a 5 3sP
At Ricliitonrl, Va. 6 35a 3 l2p
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Ar Ialtimore . 1 25a 1I 25P
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Ar New Vork . 4 I5p 6 3oa

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coiliecliuls r,.r lallletio, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Saulr.
,|v, from <;aintesville.
1'rain No 1, Steaboard Express, drawing room P'ullman sleepers betiseen
Ti'Hlpa, Jalksoiv'ille and New York, via Richmoud and Wasnington, Vestihuledl
day coaclihe between Jacksonville and Washington, via gichnip d. Cfpe iiini
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 6t,. -eaboard Mail, ,14y coaches, until, baggage and express care between
.lacksonville ad Washingtoni, anid drawing roolu Pul man sleepers between Tauipa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for I.aCrosse. Alacbua. Willlford, Wanpee and Iiter-
ruedinte points, anti at Archer with l-arly Blird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, ullmant sleeper l between New Orleans aud Jacksonville.
Steaniers for Key West anO Havana. I.?ave Port Tampa sunday. TuesdaYs i#lI
t~lnrsyiayi, gi:15 p. II

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ID. Merritt 0'orthel, s i,,, ly
The Celebrated New Yoirk City
OCULIST, | i I'1s" LvI' M.
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Will %'iit Gainesville, 8t
Thursday ard Il-ri lay,
June 23 and 24. ;
I'ositivel) 2 days only-Office r5 5
Brown House Parlor. o0i
I)r, corthell will visit C(aines. l I i r, I '
ville Monthly during the ,ear. 7. 1 O
High Spriugs, Saturlay, June a5. o
Newberrv, .Monlda-, Jund 27. It- 10

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Profe.ssio51 r.

Gainesville, .
Opposite Brown iHouse.
'Phone No.

Gainesville, .
Office In Miller's Law Excha

p- -Rel BSIlf.
.MON a y ate.
,r b.ove. chy praopry (liprov d or
A~j'^^1^"^'."y^-for 1

El.. Ash'i Ge. l'ass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
L AV-etl, Gainesville.

ville & Gulf R'w'y Co
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