The Gainesville star
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Title: The Gainesville star
Alternate Title: Gainesville twice-a-week star
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: D.E. Godwin
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1903
Publication Date: 1903-
Frequency: semiweekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note: Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .
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Fennell and Pinkoson Finds the
Buzzard's Nest.


Broke Uip Blind Tiger Mead-
quarteir and Carries Nest
Eggs Into Court.
Ed Johtlbon, thle b1linil tiger coon I I t
has been the 'ready bondslman" fI(r al.i
negroe-s convicted of selilng. w\hiske N
here sitice tihe count l) s tas aI ra: tta l ii -,
aind iis stn, Walter Jh; s,;i, n.i a
rested yesterilI n morning tiy Shril .a
neli and Marshnal PiurkosoaI t, %\i i i,i.i ,- i i '
regular blind -tiger .ol i i ilil it ali tL 'r,
house. A part of the auiitfl co .- at a .f
33pnt aiutid hatf ptint bottliti' otf alhi' ,ct
and 6 enppl' antul Oii?).rtly fill,,il jug.
O(in "tl e daly ibefole the asrretl a dlr-.t\ nt; i
.here'l ad hauled i lot of \hiiskey fi om
Sthe A. t', L, depot to Joliiison'!; hoius',
Sand received for tlhe hiatlintg 2,5 cutis I I)
Snibtiey aiitld two half pint liotIls on \I hii-. ;
k.. ey. .This'. -whiskey u\ i.s l m.|),,Ian to,
.Walter Jobhison, astd when tlIe plice 'as.
raitalei Iiy Uthe officers both IE;l anal % aitor i
Johnson wTxe found there as wa. a!lsh, llte a
whiskey, ani' all were take intoa, curs
S todyi and carried' before Judge Culolltn.
Tlhe .officers; andl others, have ),ctrii
ttnorally certain .for q long tine ith ll,It il
johinson was firntishing the otlihr niegr.es
who hae been up for selling, antd wav;: ;a
partner with thn tll in their crimes. I I is
thie Rsae Rd Jojohlsi about wh'li. we
hinve written hefure, and who is otn Inmo-
1litd tiger bond thbi' is ally tliher olne
lanll s n th iCounty, .V .\ i s l his ht lsa-.tl
tiger wai s raided vester-latd l \it \ fia .illl
that his stock of liquor: \vw;s t f t!,
same kind that others have bee;: boulnii
over for selling, atn Llhii fact hci;pelI ito
confiril the general Iblief! tlhat i Il wa-,
the wholesaler.
Thleoflicers felt that th yl(. i!:hai I I .
the nest, and secnurcl tli ihei.t c.1iu \,
feel like putting it thus. iFnncll ,..:.
PIinkoson found the il ,ln/zz, il'. i I nes1
atnd captured the o;ll bl) 1.ia!d, i. ,,inig
buzIzzrd aqil Ht large 'settillg o, f'' .i.. i
The buzzards.were taken bieiol- J ueti'
Colmnan. ,Attorntey B. A. T1 -it ,
peered to prt,secutt t- ti' .ir .A\a ..'; )
R. E. Davis appeatrel i i lr- t.
The na.iial uiile.aiisoltliuic riclitc.,l 'Ia a ti- n -
--by defentdant;i' couii.se -' tp it
the cotrmitmlent trial Lill till w -.- ,
be. secured for defeindallta; t 'ev-'c li,,\
knows what vuch postpuonentiets niivali
but the court over ruled the in tiotn andl
proceeded wilt the itnvestigaiti(io whitclL
resulted in bringing out Lthe above btait,-d
A KNT it0 JA 1.,
Attorney Davis td:claredl tthat Wallerr
Johnson should be dischargeil, amdl hat
Ed Johnson's boinl should be small,
but Judge Ctolnlitl did not scent tthilnk
exactly as did thte attorney, so the botiun
Ed over to the circuit court in tile suini
of $500,nld Wa\lter in thle suni of j2aoo,
and both went to ja;ll.
The. trial yesterday was i comliinltr t
trial,; the court Cot tld only bind over the
prisoners to await the action of the grandI
)ury, but today Ed Johnsou is to be tried
before Judge Colmnan on the charge of
shipping, causing to be slipped, tc.,
-whiskey 'in to a ilry county in other
names than his own. Ir this case Judge
Cdlman has the- authority to pasts sen-
tence and iImpose fine, and by this time it
..has probably dawvied( upon Ed Jolnsoin,
the "handy boudsmtuan for blind tiger
operators/, that he has gotten himself int
in right about the middle of a miglnty
had fig.
Florida Not Alone
If.any of our reaedrs are of tIhe opinion,
that Florida i~ alone iu the matter of out-
lawing.the liquor traffic they should read.
the following, from the Savannah AMorn-,
ing News: "'iTexas-One hundred andl
thirty-nix counties have total prohibitionn;

DR KLLEY APPOINTO, Mrs. Triiss Denby visited Jackson'ille
This Able and Conscientious School J TIWd ay.
fan Again On School Board4. V. S. Osteen and wife were hi the city
c(,vernor Jenuingss has appointed Dr.P i I Tuesday front Mlicatopy.
J. Kelley to fill the unexpired ter of .Sheriff Fennell made an.official visit to
Ion. V.'. W. Colson as a member of the I'amilon comty Wednesday.
Alaclh.ua county School .Board, which f Perry M Colson ihas returned front a
place was made vacaut by the resignation Our BOvs Now 1li Statt CaMu p of business trip in Levy county,
of Mr. Cotsou, who was recently appoint- InstIruction at Jacksoiville. Ilcury iferlon'g, Bellany, was a busi-
nil itix :ssor. ar to fill Llie vacancy t ness viitor to Gainesville Tuesday.
S, ll lth f Le lte Capt. .. Capt, 11It'. Parker of LawIrosse was'
!.. :i,,i.tlg 1i Kelley to the ri -THE SITE IS A IDEA.L ONE. t'isactlngbslinesshereyestdreay
PI iat tot ot tehXer oD the school deputy Sheriff McCann of LaCrosse
,),, tir i ovt n no( rli ertl, fo tr surel as a visitor to Gainesville Tuesday.
io Iutter, il tIh ignore coUlietenl t man )One Boy Attempts to "Bag" a c. I). ScLhakr has retiurned fromi a bu-.
th'aI :s lr1. .I Kellev could have been. Chicken for the Chaplain ire"s trip to lBronson, in Levy county,
fonl \s itii.u the i)(uniils of the county, Id Insd hdrs J, I. I adgett were in tihe
and it i-, l,.'a>irg to hIs friends to know an e Arrestity Tuesday from their home. at Para-
I tlat tih .i appoinintent has been made, Headquarters Second Reginmcnt, dise.
ill thati iat ts t ithlout the DIoctor's so- Camp Jetniinlgs, \Ve sell the best. fountain pean lnanuu
-icui;ation. Jacksonville, Fla., Sept, 9, 1903. factored We haven't even a speaking
It is .1 ci. (iclrita n r itlhy iami val.- Fditor Star:-At this date the troops acquaintance with theother kind. L. C.
,Iii,!i1. m1iJ h.is rCtltnci to ani important are atill in anni the camp has the appear- Sith.
; ,hstitn, 1,,t i i. Kclley wil not he a ance of real war. There .are prolabl'y 1)r.i c i M. c instry, Sr., anl soni
SwVictosr, i tre rtctiperiitig at White
10% l tAitl t)'. 1 .,(),<|;l l he lias served It 1,500 1el in camtirlip. Ia.st inighlit tihe camp ctor' r u erati t White
lti,I ii c !, nighlit ears, ;inld Superin- was alitost as quiet as ii cnitiptreetillg. ,pi lt"g"
.1 ;(.. ti ,: tSuelerintenle tei liollo- The regular drills began this morni nn' Miss Tilliic Cook left Wednesday for
t, h ,,, ,,;,-ts who have served with andl youngii soldiers ht;vv- a ,:t, oF tIre .' N:Vw York 'it., where she will rcside
(%4 11,a te.s tv to hits Iet fiirinent worth a's a pleasures (?) of an enicallpltlneIt wil her brother.
itlnieiilj,' (f tle ular Thiu people of Alaicliua couiat) are'to be it is to he hoped there will tot he much. trnude, of Micanopy were visitors to
n,'groiatuteld oni again securing the ser- The coninmissary desirtnient was severc- (Gainesvillhe Tuesday.
vi et, l)r, Kelley oil the board. ly taned yesterday i bt it Iisa writing A. Iaulta hy the C ville rick
thlings tire getting to work itll giooi orni r. tifactrer, wa i t business visitor to
NIr\iWBRRY InlPROVINO. A ilnutber of men en nt ell to Ib(l hiry, : tills c:it \Vctlnesday.
No Salohuns Having Uood Etfect- aid others had osily tvo mi eals. )ucl Proprietor Goode, of the Magnoiia
SOther Items of Intersbt, dlays' rlttins issued to then and the hotel is having a nice ,sew picket fence
Ncvler'iy, lla., Sept 8. 19o3. er amount was t t o put aot Is place.
Neerry, a., Se 1903. Soldiers have appetites! Many of those aotihilac
PIlitor Star: --Newherry is now a lusy %\ho failed to get their ratios were late Iiss Ida Blrkhim has returned fro.n
NofthnCarolina. where she spent s'crst
'ittllc city. ,ineC thlle saloons were closed getting to caumpor their officers failed to Nt Crolina were she snt ser
S w plc lo not cole here so often ke out a reuisiin for too. weeks very pileaasttly,
Ilut whuln they do come they behave No prettier place for, a camp cotkld'ie I'reahl tueats, groceries arid vegetables
thlntms-lves, and spelndl their money for f6unl in the State. ,t of te ets Ull send e yorir orders or 'hone for
tliin i ned A ew sy tRt b ness whlat you wallet, j .1. Halrroh], he
things ,.etul. A few say that business are pitched in tihe midst of a large grove Nat you at J arro, Ph
it,; l,.en injured by the closing of the a- of live oaks which furnish an abuntdauce ite a la' t ,o
1 ins, but it is a fact that almost all ofof shade The St,. ohns.river runst along people barve aeui ill Jacksonville this
tlthose v'ho say that are the kind who did the 'enet side, in which the boys naa week altending the encauophenvllt
i ~~~ l,,sE:..s tifore, nuless they call loaf- bathe to their hearts content. l're LRev n. A in ts, ie ag of the
itg, pll>,.r pl.ty ,tg art1 other disreputa- gr,unds, are frfe fro A ild in'tt of t e'n
grounds, are frde from pualntto ioid till.
,' tt,. i m.uess.. The real business men derbrush. The drill grounds are level Solllthetil lautist, left Wednesday for
,:a blm, n,. .s i.; !ctter: some of, theu l sell l, for the most part, ylyl g to oits soutith in the interest of the lr.
n v, fan- threa m4ost pCl brte, grsser, l n g tnt
in n.l all f them icllect better the sonttlh, bhut adjoining tlhe enlp. Tlh'. father and Mi s. J. biinolsonl have re-
i )t" ut(,1* liave some lawlessess yet, distance frol nortli to south mulnst be, in- tu"ned h()oI LI nt extended stay tt Sea-
:., 11 A aI(.lln o tllslch as formerly, ancll lauding the drill ground, anlost ollne mile, breeze, where Ltey spent the time very
i ti fno a,.loons, and with such deputies as ald about one-eighth from east to west. pIleasantly.
Iivigstlon atd others, we hope New- olillanly II got to camp without anly If ryos wlnt itlOley to buy a ho1One
;c. will now redeem herself. accident aind with only one case of (lis-- )tiil It house, or piy offIt a ortgagie,
MIr. antd Mrs, Newlan are rejoicing order which occurred about a full grown ee Moytract proiitble nves
ov\r: thite arrival of their first born, a fine rooster which one of the I)oys coalglht (ao- see oye.
liuit girl. tensihblv for the chtpllain), 1HnL was re. l cit and ordered The Star
\iuis:lalnes McLeod and Livingston are quirel to release it and was put tinder t cty y'Ctelv, an ordered The Star
scp,,iltllg a few days with friends in Pa- guard till tht: triin reached Jatcksonville. slt to litn tt Ta riiP, where he will go
1 atk. Bult there is ni fiucr t of i onr abo the ah it.
.sara.-s of revival n tl i begin grnnt.is t ttnl .lltl.-.e who t-O1c a ptolls.- outr Wants a Hlorse.-'TheC Cable Pinuo
.st-wernis of revivoly meetings will begin n i Comipanty wants to trade a good piano or
lie ri nex Sutindlay, and.continue a week. Ih c""t. C', tin ,'y. nl(| orin ft gall f gor 00 hugy horse. For ftur
l.i t a- cn V body who can attend. l .ttl.nns Ilit. Ii ma -t e in e t ier partiyears canl on. A,, L. Reader,
e fo e ttal, ii:e o'acecr, a:;(d ire highly renspectel by locnl iniarunger, 407 West Court Street,
I itLctnlenl for Tuesday's Star, but came 1,A ceS l Ga) e ; ville, Fla, iSeptll.
l't.-F ]o ti'e nnttil t ii G 'atnirvill, Pit, iaept t.
Slate.--Ed.] W C-.sIn ria, Joseph sittel, the popuhlr asiistaint
i)I sI101 '1: MISS POW L lihaplain YSecond Reg mlunager of the llrown House, has re-
... turned frout a pleasant outing in the
Died at L igh Springs Tuesday -- ured SALOON ME N PRAVINi. mountains of North Carolina.
at Micanopy Wednesday. Not to 'Father Abraham," or ttls Giddinga' Uair Grower does the work.
Att.c a sliort illness Miss Maze P'owell, Ood, However. Ior Sale by Dr. S. U. ciddlngs, Gaines
..hI#I.nu 004 M.o lr

,,in .1 it .c utipy's mnost popular young
laiiices, ilicIl .it the inonie of relatives in
I light Spring slast Tuesday morning
Thle I-t niitus passedil trough this city
iVehiiesday, .en rute to Micanopy for
burial. They were accompanied to Mi-
canopy Iby Ir. amin Mrs. William Suther-
itid, mitI otier relatives and friends front
llight Springs, and her sister, Mrs Enmma
Iay, atid othcera of this city, and the
funeral services were held in the Presby
terian clurchl of which the leoeased was
a; menmber-at Micanopy, Wednesday
afternoon. 'The services were conducted,
,v Reev. S Milne, and in the pres-
eince of ". very large number of sorrowing
relatives and friends.
The deceased was a sister of Mr. B. H.
IPowell andi Mrs. Witt. Sutherlatnd, High
Springs, and Mrs. Emmina Fay, this city,
to whoium, and inany other relatives and
friends, The Star extends sympathy in
this their hour of sore sorrow.
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Cotton Growers lleetlng.
All members of the Cotton Growers As.
sociation, farmers and stock holders in
tle Alachua warehouse Company who
are- interested in securing the highest
market price for the present crop of cot-
ton, are requested to be present at the
public school building in Alachua ona
satlidlay. September 19, 1903, at I

The mtuloon men's attorney now prays
the coiuts to restrain the hlheriff front at-
tempting to enforce the laws against
liquor selling, and an exchange thinks
(or claims to think) that this act will
probably be received by the forces oppos-
ing the saloon element as a bonil thrown
into their camp. But the exchange is
very much mistaken; those who are en-
deavoring to uphold the law art ntot sur-
prised atanything those who are trying
to throttle the law and stitlle justice at-
tempt (in their desperation) to do. No;
we vwuld not be surprised at any tite to
hear the poor desperate follows praying
the courts to forbid the enforcenteumt of
all laws, for such a prayer would be fully
as sensible and just as the prayer they
ale now-offering These fellows know
full well that they have just as much
right to ask that the sheriff be forbidden
to arrest q hUrgler as they have to ask
that he be forbidden to arrest violators of
the local option law. Why continue to
kick against fate, boys? If you can slot
make a living without selling whiskey
why don't yon go where whiskey selling
is permitted?
For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua County:
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the

sixty-two counties have partial prolli o clock action of te next Ueocratc primary.
st-two cotie have artia prh o ohk I'. u If elected, I promise to discharge the
bition, and forty-six counties have uII. It is cry necessary that every cotton duties of e the voice to the very scagethe
reatrlctpd sale of liquors. gro~e r 1e present at this meeting, as ability, and I solicit the support of all
"Tennessee-Out of 5,5.-J ctiis and there are sone important questions to voters at the polls.
towns in the State only eigl have .- T, ,mi before, the Ansociation. Respectfully,
restricted sale of liquors. In only twcl'it .. l E.
of the ninety-six countic- cainn Mhiykcy NMust Pay Bonds. ......
be sold legally. S irrilT Walker wants it understood d 0 ln t
"Ketrtutcky--Forty-.even cuiiitieshi li.it hat wlienever any person goes on an' $ 1 Lau o
total prohibition; fifty-four have iarti:.l other'n Ionl nidl sanie is forfeited, it is
prohibition, and eighteen have 1n1irr.- Ii, purpose to collect it. THE---
t l. D. sIill, the negro who was put un-
stricted sale of liquors. tit r $it-o) iull to appear before Judge
"Arhausas-Forty-four counties b\Ne iF:rielriman for selling whiskey at Otter
total prohibition; two counties partial Creek, haviring rin away, W. C. Morgan
prohibition, and twenty-nine have un- his Iondsman, paid O $1 ino the fine aQd
I forfeiture fund. Straw bonds wont go
restricted sale. with Sheriff Walker. -Levy Tinies-pem- J. Runkle, Proprietor,
"Mlssissippi-.-SixLv-five counties out crat.
of saevnty:five have problbitiou, and out llurrih for Sleriff Walker. :*bake hie GAINESVILLE, FLA.
of 2oo legislators all but a dozen l fo less for is, lsro. Vlarnler. -----
have signified their approval of a refereii --- -
dum for State prohibition. I Hned One Hundred Dollars.
"Georgia-One hundred and thrteej Msoe Br)ant, colored, was arraigned
counties of 137 have prohibition. beforee Judge Colman yesterday on a ;
"Facts like these make local option charge of carrying concealed weapons, 4 3
worth working for, and i:-dicate that the lie was convicted and sentenced to pay a "
statement wlhih we quoted recently, that $, ior serve six months in the chain
their aree h aloons in Athe city of New gang. He went to jail, but may try to 1
York than in the hole Siuth, was well get up a bond and take an appeal.
a Old newspapers, suitable for wrap
B .-^:- ".-. a.. we, '. -, *5 c S& h ,,. .d Or 5. .F o 3. B
''" '.. ".14, d1tA, at T1U S" '8K a o*fijCw. 25
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ville, alu ile I O YSfice IJrug tore, kllgh
Springs, iFla.
Mrs. R.,W. Hall of Gainesville, who
has been visiting relatives at Cedar Key,
Rosewoold and here, returned honle
Saturday.-Levy Times- Uem)iocratt, tept,
lFor a few daya old newspapers, suitai-
able for wrapping purposes, can be had
at TlI SrTAR office for )o cents a hun-
(dred Porty-five papers for 5 cts.
MIr. and Mrs. Perry U. Colson of
(;aitneville camse down Monday. Mlts,
Colsoni will spem .several days with Mrs.
0. N,. Sanders.-Levy Timen-Deimocriat
Sept. o.
Tableivate that wears iasthe sort we
sell. Can not be told from sterling but
costs far les,. We can show you many
beautiful pattertl L. C. Suith,.
Ilomi. T. J, Love of Jeuniugs Lake
spent yesterday iin the city. Mr. Love
is one of Alachua county's most valuable
and highly respected citizens, ansd his
friends are numerous.
A nice liltcof odd Ipoons and forks,
for berries, salad, cold meat and count-
less other uses. Just the thing for wed.
cling and birthday gifts.. C. S miths
Sotne of the younger buzzards aronud
town are feeling somewhat uncomforta-
ile since the old setting blind tiger buz.
zard--Ed Johnson- has been discovered
and his nest disttirbed.
If your hair il becoming thin try (cd-
diigs Unparalleled flair Grower. I'or
sale by Dr. S. B., Giddngs, alinesvlle,
anil the l'ostoffice Drug Store, High
C. D. Schafer of Gainesville, State or-
g.ini/er of the Patriotic Order Sons of
America, came down Monday with view
to organizing a camp In Uronson.--lvy
Time-iesdetuocrat, Sept io
FOR R KNT.-Three large cool rooms
unfur: ishel lor light housekeeping with
privilege of bath, In soo feet of public
school. bMrs R. W. Hall, 700 .. Orange
FOR RENT.-House In New Gaines-
ville. Light rooms, with bath room, fi1-
teen acres enclosed. Three-quarters of a
mile from public school For informa-
tion apply. at thi office.
Dr. L. W. Moore has returned from St.

11. A. Esar, a capable printer and an. a .w .. ,..4
ath.around good fellow, who ,has hpent i* 0
some time here returned yesterday .and
avas this is the finest town .,i the State. W e VV ave
lie will remain here for soittie time '..
Sit is job printingotwant justsend and are constantly receiv-
your order to the ,tar, Tit will knave IIIrStock,mii "are,, Shonstn oreceiv-
prompt atteiitlutio, anidl work tgpricep Ill"g Shoes for M en
will suit you. "tf Shoes or en,
The pati ins of Or. Tech will have to 0 W 1)ell1i ,ld Children, at popular $
await his return to the city for-further prices an l4 o the best makes.
treatment, ins he left onr the G. & G, last
evening for Atlaintia, G., tod consult sttr- { W e ^- ^ I
geons as to. hisl illtesos, Will be goneW" Jj
probably two or three weeks. T
lHave yo, tried l (idulisa gIair Grower? Particular, attention to the Ladies
Others Itave tried it tanid ipronotntcedl it .1
good. iFor sole at s. 13. Giddin s' l)rigI "Brockport" and Mens "All Amier-
Stoie, CGainesville, and Pastoflice Dru| p
Store, a ini, d tofe rgs i ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
Gen. Chas. A. Gilchrist of Wade, mind J
wlio also operrses a saswmnill near Trilby, D M athesont
was a business visitor to the city yester- J a
day. The General is one ot the most en- '.
tlusiastic good roadiIs advocates in, the 0ho8 d LeablIe$ 0taOe. atine8oVille, Fla.
State, and tit n all-montinl good citizen. :'
ni tl l U1s' itisparalleli HIlair Grower
is tIll that its 1111t114, intplies.' i't ures iS*U(
datndrulT sto- fallitig ihairana prodticei .
new hair. I L is ai r xc'ilent hiair dre.ser.
io'r ;sale at ;iidii 's )rug t'ore,
G(;ainesville, and thit: l')ii il'liic l)niiug Store
High Slprings. '3'*`*
-r"'" THE STA R.

Unlder anId by vii tin of tan execu tioi is- '
suted out of I'he Circitit Cutnit of Flcorida,
liftlit uldi(iai Citciii im and for Aliuachltiia A R
cotnlty, Oti the !2,111 day of March, A. 1) .
i903, ill favor of \. A. Dutnngant uld i R
against R. 1). Mlihllctot, 1, 1,. WV. haet-
intll, as Sheriff of atid county and State, )
have levied tupoti as thit property of the
said R. D. Midtilleton, aonid will sell hita
public otery, before the court hou 'THIS PAP R is published in the inter-
door, in-he city of Caitnesville, Atlachua ed in the inter-
oith rAio t on y Ie thn Iit es of the Moral, Business and Political In-
ours of sale, all that certali lot, piece or -A- a d
parcel of ind sitinate, )ing and being terests of Gainesville, Alachua County and
In the County oif Alinclman, tite of Vlor-
Sidt, partii'larly kn ow nili. describe). s lorida, and in the financial interests of its
follows, to-wit: Lot four (4), block one
olutIdrdtidfory-eigit. (i,),. In (Gibba editor and proprietor.
Addition to the town of Il flgh Spinu, s
lorida. Together with ll anid snngultor THOSE W HO seemed to think when we
tie "tille. b lo lllgor illf y wine apper-
ta e or in ay w started more than four months ago that THE
Sa prolw'rty to It. stild as-'the proper- 1
ty of the amid It,. ). MAidilieton to pay STIAR appeared in the journalistic sky only
said execution autil cost.. 5a
,. f tVnNNlti,.,. 10or the purpose of shining on a short temper-
Sheriff of Alacihua, Co, 101a.
C. MA.rTIaiN, a llCe campaign were mistaken.
'laintitif's Attorney.
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ear Sir: ? as the dclitor conscientiously believes are the

wi il i y khinnlc y ltafornt nfe lyv retnr people's best friends when principle, experi-
tie of ilair Grower the Unparaliuled elnce and ability are all considered, and,
(l'rade Mark) an(I if 89.) [ ill H end you
( istaltunote forti) e t unt e, Plera ot 1. while I'inendly suggestions are always wel-
aie lau outfotgef it c coined, the policy of THE STAR will be con-
When in ,Florida tiae winter of 18'97 trolled only by its editor and proprietor.
and 98 1 used (ivmt bottles of the twellty*
five cent size and produced ti nice growth
of hair where it hal been entirely lal u N eed It--
for fifteen years, and now I wouhldl Hke to O U e I L
try It once more if I can get it.
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Augustine, near where he vlpited his first rHignest r
Florida charge, and preached for -them try Produca
last Sunda-. The Doctor reports having Cheap as tI
had a most enjoyable tlsne.
Do not bu your horse and ules now. AL L
bu wat a week mr tens days and call sMA U h
tee thae ifi t n soc that I sow pln a
seiecto by W. R. Th t, wboI n w -o-
isp the to k urlke a l his le* irGive us
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S___Admiral Cotton Says He is Prepared
to Land Foroe of Marines When.
Cuts Great Hole in Pockets ever stutonWarrant.. At Syracuse, N. Y., oh Occa.

of Farmers in Many States Cablegrhms were received at hiIo sion Labor Day Celebration,
state and navy department's Tuieady
f' rom Minister Lelschman at Const'n-
SRESULT OF DRY WEATHER tinople and Admiral Cotton, command- WARM GREETING GIVEN
SIng the American squadron now in
p i Turlksh waters, respectively, giving
,i\ Unftrvorablo Reports .a to Cr"p in an account of a riot which occurred at Reviewed Monster Parade and After-
Georgia, Alahtana .r.il Tlcx/ ars IBelrut Sunday. word Delivered Speech Before an
S Made Known-Milllion B.al:. It was stated at the navy dopart. Audience of Fifty Thou.
Shy Sa Far. I ment that no new Instructions had sand People.
g y r. one to Admiral Cotton in conie- _
i- (]ilfli o of the report. Instrllniction
Hon. Geor.i V' WT nli. w.ll lr hu. ,,N ,fll to Minister Lelschmnn, however. President Roosevelt went. to Byra-
,i' largest fariw'r of 'imil, r"iiu'. ;'.t. (ontcinplate that he keep ile state do- cuse, N. Y., Monday to speak to or-
W'. ho. la.. also tknw'l t 'nll,."ll t.. inprtment constantly Informod as to gained labor. Ile was accorded a
south as an latlih.ri .,i n i.tlrin nf. i the eltuatlo, that the tiepartnent may magnifcent reception by the citleeus
o, ul'tural, t ilm ,.itihtlm II,.' it .e ,ii ihnow to what extent piotecilon Is lieent reception by the ci s
vere dlur.ult tlt.,11 ilg...i III l, IIng afforded Amerlelan citizens. The of his own state. From the moment
(Iilt'aB rii u nt Ii llt ii'n i tri t1 Ilil president was advisel of the facts re- of his arrival at 9:30 o'clock,a. n,
B oqLh's criirti, i rilii ported. until lie stopped aboard- his special
According to Mr Trnn' .. .Il-iinI .. llter Ailmirnl Cotton's cablegram I train at 10:30 at night, to begin his
the idry wt-ill r i ati I,,.I 1 ,.it III' alni',i Beirut. Septobntiler 7, and Is as
a r meniR f ii. I'tII, ',H ,, ti allows: return trip to Oyster Bay, he was glv-
culating Ihlt Iiln ,i il v .il I riu : $.,.i "Violence and bloodshed betwon oen a continual Ovation. Fully one hin-
per lialo .lin, i lt ..,nl.- :. i:-i, Molinin iedant and native Chrlastllan dred thousand porsons.from all .iec-
which li.lti- 1a cn:.latv.l lliia. c courred at HIBrut Sunday. Six Gre.k tons of New York state tested the
atl Ih pie-ivl Il,. (Chrlulinni, three Mohammedann and carrying capacity of the various lines
According el II1. ,'*..l. w.l h'r throe Turklih soldiers woundol He. of railroads and many additional Ihoi-
and crop IuilIItin itste.di hvb Sectln riorsly. Other murders reported. sands canm from the cnunti imme
director J. Ii. Marlar .,' Iir (;ir>rg, i. IFl.ia liulitenant and tho United States diatfly contlgnuoius o thie ciy. lvery-
the cotton vrolp lin an nitl, iil im i1 in: ul were ipresenl Sunany and Mun- where In tile city, and at tho grounds
i Ion Th! crrop in t I. ilI ol.1 Illn t li lII\ i nlI the disturbed quarters nm d of the New York State F'nir Assocla-
laN e anti tlhe cul,,n 1 .- iin tn ti i. 1 i lfy iletallH of statement. Tiirkl-ih tloii, tho president was roeilvod wlilt
shed andl un 1.1111 i lil p I. ing I ., a. gRi',erninlnlt willingly afforded fclilly notable cinthislasm. In his address
coming g ri ino l Iln i i ntihln rii ;ain-I ft1r their Investigation and gunarl; the president snid in part:
middle tectuins. 'liih we tilir iti. rOiult-~a one thottsand more Titrklish "Sido by side with the increase In
tons during th il. ni w.-k hnvr h. itn itelleri- Turkish soldiers prosBent i-of- thle prosperity of the wage-worker and
detrimetntl lu nil r i.rli, tliotn Ili i; n, lnt. If properly disposed of, to ihau the tiler of the soil has gone on a
an especial suffer. in situation at Beirut. Well patrolled great. Increase In the prosperity among
Decrease In Alabama. and nil quiet Sunday night and today, the biialess men anti among certain
Alabama's confmalslhier if aigril II Monday. Turklsh governor promison classes of professional moil; and the
ture, R. it. Poole, Hinifil il Tii.'1il that to do all In his power to restore. au prosperity of these men has beon
the cotton crop Ihs inIer'IrlI.te. 2.' thorlty. Many houses closed and bual. partly the cnatl and partly the conHo-
per cent in Ihn colon Iq.ll o(if ltr I.tmu nonsse suHpondod. I have prepared to queonce of the prosperity of farmer andn
wJthin the past two works. land force for protection of property wage-worker. It cannot be too often
S "The hot wotnlicr, i, 1il al and tarriy of American citirzes if situation lo repeated that In this country, in the
Sworm are InJurirng Ili (nmp nanl will mandi. Will act with caution. Pros. long run, we all of us lend to go 1up
Scut It short," said th,, c(avntiHsioni r. ont. trouble due to animosity between or down t4oethl:r. If the average of
"I predict that the next ri-pnrt will Moslems and native Christians and 'woll-being is hih,. It moans that the
sh:ow a worse average, condition f i t.io failure to control crimes." average wage-worker. the average
Scrop tlhan we have hand fur yeurs'" business man are all alike well off. If
Texas Shy Million Bales. GRAFTERS ARE GRIPPED the average shrinks there is not one
According to The Now 'oric Corn- of these masses which will not feel
.-' nercial, unless there in nil origanizRi-i -- the slhrlinagn.
effort on Ihe part of preon corrowilnndl. Grand Jury at Wahlngtons Probing "It i- atl-olsentlal to the continue
enta all over the state of Texas to Po6toffice Department Scandal, dance of ouir healthy national life thai
i.talsaly concerning oxlailng cinditilons Return Seven Indlotments. wo-should rorRgnize this commininli
aIn their difforont locnallil(o, 1ll1 r.t -v. nf inlorcel nimong our people. Th(
ia/'Iges of the boll weevil In that nlI:to After dellberatlhg for several Wieekt welfare if each of is Is dependent
.l tave been undtorostmlatied rather than over a mass of documents stibmltlel fundllnient ally upon tlie welfare of ani
cVereatimatnd by the reportat that by the postoflice inspectors the federal taf us, and, therefore. in public r tli
.vO aa iiin sent out Ibforen ti time, tlal man Iu the lIa u r'eprteRonlal. t
Se conditiongrand jury In Washlngton rolurned of ea ch of ius wiho acslt to do good tr
'Crp Ip very bad, seven Indictments In postal caHos, in- Pach hy doing good ito nil; In othei
't Is evident from the tone tf Iho evolving six different i .raons. woiels, whiHso ciidoavor It Is. not t<

"oraatlon spubIPhod In ItI newp llplrn the public ritor'ds annl both the tiln- niole nercoly that rclas' ielflah Intle
Of that state that ite T'xalR idep of cials of tlio district altorno llo'H iinfl., i eP-Inl. but to roeplresnt all tru-ie l nd lion
What title year's cropi will Ie Is v try anid of tie Iis toffli dprtmlniint re- eft nier of all snrtions nld nll clnat-
I. t14Uflrent from the ilot (If I grill ut fusl to dlil am or dlls 'I and to wnl k for thlir Inloterest by woit
many northern cotton meni. In Ncw the Itnudimonea ntil the pnrliJo in- In- fir otrr common county.
I ork thore 13 plnyni of talk ahlil ti It icted are airoloed. The Ilontity if *We can lkoopi our go'ninment on I
4,000,000.-ble (Icrol for 'i'exnH. and l the I ndllctd Indlviitnals thius was left sano and hleativy lbHHI. can ninke ani
i; flguro Is very suelitin plittrdil iIlow a InuItvir of conjecttreo It Is exiiial- k(,i p nir anit il HvtIa m whnt II ishoitn.
8,500,000 bales, wlile In l'exa, wlulroe ed Il nt arrests will orclnr tonorr-iw liv h nly on toldiitllon of jildglng oal
I.'lt ai fair to thn priestIInlIl ill HIlitlti ull Iorning and that file posl ofllru .r- noan, not irE a meiCnlifr or a rlasn i i
i-'tl better untdrslood Ilinn It Is In Nowv partlmoent will Iave some announiitr- on hmIH wnrllh a a man.
York, a man rtcIlvcou' iuwupaieir inuo. Tmont to mako during the fornnoon. 1'it is an iinfamonl Ithing in o0t
"i..''. riety as an optliulst of lio iitie l pro- 'lhe ground jiiry acllon iPro(ianl)l. Anm rlcinn lifo. nnd fuindamniitall
t e l ounced type If lio onllinafit Illo th r p marks the beginning of tlie oIIel f lt n trreafroll'lr s o oilr Initltuillons, to nr
iat 8,000,000 haolos Invetlilntlons that linvo boern in prnit i ply in nit niHit any lot t savo liat o
SIn forty-iwo roporia front differ Il ro'u Hll're tie mnldlll taf Instl n!ri bllt hi8 pclasrin l worlIl. Or to draw tIf
T ~exas cotton conllraH r nly thlrio or V"lumlnoil evildonce hinN lIein Inhl I,.'- iwo.n Iwo i tNH o(f neit nny illsilncetli
f! tour are Iidllcailvti i ll' nC itiurgt i cli 'l fo the Igrnn d Jury as the res.IiJtl o 11" te thl e a lh lli rloln of (tintilCt. I 11
this year th iholr wenu;- luit i(111 t. llnl lry,. id t!t while I ip iprs.P fit I'lliir : I lliiil-lt ni lint innal-k off ftriose wni
t,,,. two-thirdlH (if Ith Itltl-grani tiII of I tlio tlf Ih u Ji"rY iaspos as or ll.HI t l. I ii l tio w ,l ill(tt wiHely front tli.se who ale
,,' :. ravages oif hlill wecvll n tdl t irt i.e-Iti; t n-atl' Iitl1ro yet rielnili r \'ertill i t- a I- 1 lnl ftil ulshly.
mhor o 1Ii lI lHllteI1 Ilpl)-l E t~ln r thn InflIe "'There are gond citIIzens and t h
IL number of Itlitn Hit>. % IIh crioit In i.l2- lt lt u it "ttu Whun l li t ti-i 'Toit r i ri' ioal cIt i-ens stud l,l
tain sectloLns hnas a rlati n iio., nnd "nra dr"' f ainl 'is il ec(Oltolll.og nti ) 11i Int o1I cy class. na In orvery In
-' from very pin lt c oniticis t i p rpurl Ih t forh (t1tl' -l'al Il'aytnt. tlli IivvRIIettilt li .ti a llIy nritl Ili, auttlnitii of drconi ppr
the rnoli Iu iltilinul iilly lill far al i ho wt rlr at VW aihligtiain 1 atil tiltl- i tnrit i< l puildl and it irli
. 'AAlIlowliRg for tlhi Int I lliit i titIlP r -tr- '(,ie'I t \tlll I, it tI oa n t t\ ,,ifll e I 'lll ll ,ltt-i !;.I h iilIlt e lio lilil lnhilotlt. O.1
c re pondoants tiin.V linv R hine it h tl .wx- tlh il'rsnt0 Inilltrt o l Ilvu iullltl i; oe l iy llrt I (' ilt.lihit (iil t liont t oa f enploy
e.tggernteId Ito ( o illllni onxlhu i, ilt l. of I tn htln t ntet t r l lnl-lty. nn lay tiIcI uoil P
rlimentnl to a goatid ericl, tio ta't itiut l' uetitnittuir (li-i-n.rat Payn ue naoi t rl riuc hlpiles whhith tri- te, i tonl lieo I
f I trom all oveir tile Trxairl iitit tii Iol t l "' l rl l A ntlatini lllhlow rcc wlvc'l liu'Irt-(R I ne)lll o rf nio n.
a'o dro undhabirlly In tlic isti ctt try l no. of tiole grlltd JlirV-H nacltin Hltlirl- '"P'io failure 1 pt l illr nIc ud In prl
Curate, anti IlIoe oidlltl I liry aHlitw Is ly tlfl "' certaIlnly not a f(e'ullhn-lu (llno. ihqllenily Illuy hiutl a himR (uuoiiferi'c nta !iwn ni 'itH, lio roecognltlnn of ltlI
n', h . ..i on Iliu sitluJjeit. lul i oIi lnn iu rl h'fu i gllvleeIrecIu ncI t II s living olilier fur thi
INVg8TIGATING AT MONASTIR. it dlvuIgo ht stalls li)II(hItg otClal nn pit hr lall siul ti or for Ihu rich asn It'I
v, Mi- ntlf o cninn of alrressa. lI'wo otlhr In- wtulre l prove fi a lt l o our repiibllp, a
SMlllitary Attaches tf Powers Probe po"'tauli etvnls ocullrrdl Ilrinrr lg ileo -i'r l ruuiul(tlonl has always pro\'eI
Affairs of Disturbed Districts. tday. I.oopoltl Stern. llho hIatlmhn re fatal In Io ll ilRst to olhor repibll. s
y A dlspatc.li to a Iumlii n lrWi agency Contraoor who disappeared frnom Bnl- "l,tRllirluu in tohe perninnonlly geeO
Arom CodIst ip-liihili- u VH IIitt ianllltnry tintire Iteforo he could lie nrroesote ott for niiy -lass iIItHt Uaai) lit Rgiood ti
,' attaches of (lI|aI. linllltln, Anihll'it- a11 ItdlctmOnt, returned Jluly 31 Inet, tlhn natnioll as a wholo, tnid Ioglslatllo
,i., tungary, l'rnicou nud tua iiI ivo ur- was located etl Toronto, Canntlad, aunil wlvli iloa s lijiiatli Ien to any class I
rlve4 at Momniilr Int il witll iUituli-,, t110 longdela0yed aturrondor of (lonr2, i rcrlaIn 10 wor'k hnrmn to. tho nation
an Ilvesitlniuliu lIiiio Ihit Hllntlloii In i'. loave'rs, lio former lihead of thlloe Tnku etitur ('lrront.' systoni for exam
a. ll the dlatiirbuttl tll lrit .u of Itlnioioan tll lary nai t allowance tlivlislon, to tle pie. Thlis ntilin 'R. ion a goldt bnals
T Tllrkey. Now York Rutliorltles took place. The Ire:inilry uf the iuntbllic is Iin xc.l
i leoin cSiiilliloui. Never before has tita
SECOND WARNING BY JELKB, PUBLIC OFFICE PRIVATE SNAP. I'"r capital cilrcilallon bean as largi
as It Is ionlIy; nil Ihls clrciilatlon

'Alabama Governor Acts -Vigilant Soper Admits Working Great Graft in moreover, I of money very dollar to
Watch Dog Over State Treasury. Indian Territory. which is at pinl with gold. Now, nli
Governor Joll., of ,unlhnma. Tu's. The department of juIsiceO, na W:ash. having Lthli around currency system .-
day afternoon smnt t(o It l e loIisluiro IKngilon, has rec-olveed troni Plily 1o of benefit to lhunllks. of colirs,, but
S another message again tu 1tng ilt, t-. per., 1t1lleid 9ItatoH ntflrlnley fir lilt .la of intfilltely ore ( o LIenetlt to th<
toen on of Its menibers to large apilo. northern d'.elrlert of Indian Terrllory. Iyeople as a whole because of Ithe hiall
pr ; .lrtinlon bills. This nialet, the esrtoiid "n nswor toihe nllegatinon wliltli thy orffct on business condlitonH.
request of lho governor, hIiivc been Inade agalnis him. in lin, "Thereo s no room In our huellilh
The message is quill lengthy and t'focr. that he has been Inieratcsiltl 'It A"erlcnn llfo for the more Idler, fo
goes Inlo tiho dolhlls of the fInancona li,'u*IKg ndl releasing Iilian luindu. cIh. thio lan or womamun whliso object it l
of the slate Tlie governor acknowl. Tlhi lepdeal-lment hns ordleridl still il1- thrll'ighout life to shirk the utiilei
edges that Ilno prnoiq-rlty of Ihe stale olht'r sploeal agent Inlo Ihat errilorr whic life ought to bring. Life rci
at this time Ir Uliiminnlil.l d In its his- "nd' will luivesllgale Mr. Stiiopr's slio-. Iean nothing worth meaning, unious
story bint says tuat it ,,itIl p Iio detii- nionti Ii also n wlll ma et an invesltia; IIR prline alin is tlhe doing of duty, thh
mental to theo state dr Iw Ito heavily ln ti olf cther federal oftlcertc of 1iI, n ahlevement of results worth achilev
Upon the treasury. l finIr ilslrlils of the torrllory. Ing.


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Battlesnip, uamagea in iv miic; rv,
Came Near to Sinking.
The crliser- Olympla, flying the pan-
nant of Ituar Adlnlral Coghlan, arrived
at lthe Norfolk navy yard Friday. Her
bottom was inspected and she will
be docked at once for repairing the In-
Juries received on rocks off the coast
of Maine during the progress of the
mimic war.
Whilo on her way down the cooti
the Olympla ran Into a heavy gale off
Tomaston harbor, and for a while fears
were entertained that she might not
be ablo to weather it In safety. Her
water-Light compartments saw her
safoly through the blow, however, butt
the crulier wna ronpolled to se-ek
shelter in Toniaston harhor until the
gale subsilded. At one time during
the blauw some of the officers and
men feared the ship was really slik-
When the OlympIa reached the Nor-
folli navy yard, she was immediately
hoarded by Naval Constructor Evans
and his force of assistants. Seve -al
of her plates were found to lie eraclk-
ed and broken and It was announced
ahe will be idocked for repairs, whlih
will consume about seven weeks.


Desperate Convicts Make Break for
Liberty at Pratt Mines Prison
A special from H13rmlngRrm. Ala..
says: Four convir'ts were shot at
Pratt mines prison at I o'clock Fi l-
dtay morning In nn attempt to.pscapo,
the wounded men being Tom Fay. sh.at
In log; Johln Rrvawr, wounded in
back; Rlirhnrdl Kilnelrook, shot in
abdomen and kldlin-'ys. nd Thomas
Molsin, wounrleld In shoulder.
They hadl ascur-dr a quantity of d;-
tinmlle and blo-w an opening InI ote
end of lte prison. They ran through
this antd hutirll sil okft of dynaiolli
at tlie guiitril. The larler opened flie
with wlirl r-Iieteri anu l autiuc cidld In
provenla Ig whtli nilght hane boon a
wholsnale delvelory
J HI. Eincwry. of Ilke county. io..'v-
Ing twenty ye:an,. wauis tihu only one to
Tho crowdtl wt. lid byI Tonm 1'ay,
who wn as tIl iiIngie('st nIIPinlir of i ha
famoiiq MIllll,--r lilliaa n gtRa g of af


Causes Arrost of Seven Hundred Ser-
vlan Officers-News Leaked Out.
Arl'vic'-t froui "Ii.Il'thrl S.crvin.
ntal Y linl t inlliilu rr t i r nl ofl ri i e liF
Nlisl nuil itili-r gnrri''si. i In iServle
haiuvo li'ii n l'rr l.iodl Itn coiincn ilniL wi;h
iho Isiaul irnc irf n I ,ro(iltniilon (IP
inarillng ilia itliil liy ounrl iaiinri l s of
Ilh cioneIll rii t lon \lo wu'i-'TO ciino tinfdii
In tlit nsti; iin ltl itli-i tf KIiig Ali'i in
ilor'. (QuIe-C Ii' r6 ia auntl ltlii- linim lery
Ridl lhlreil' eilnl ie : rri I.-Il lanir ciinl-
nItrII eell is ih l i- llitllin l t'cai i.i'rfllt i'
I.ntit r iit \v :. iitiii ili I a t I tli ti grntip
a',f ifllirc-ri f li' Ni.-h iip.tir ii s it d.tcl (ed
o li ll nill I -,b.- *ii Wal r -i o'l u'on 'rncil
In pnllie- ii u ,lIl: 'i uliii niia l Ilhmi nitiuy
ofitisu's r oni r c irrltui.ono l Jiulna .
rhoni. II wnHa Ilitt'lllin 'l io arnl at au
enrly dlt bll imii t t w nat leakoth outi
and all lit (tll) n ui]ll'.ltlr; wit ro s ait'rlsted
iiirltig th," mlehlit
nil-I y.Rc \ ii unlil.'rs hivp I,.ecn ar-
roiteil nt INl l, iito i


Foreign Repreaentatlves at Constantl-
nople Aboard Warships.
AdtI\he1 s Iront Cln uintltinolilIU etiilo
Ilial (wing li the iorle' warning. ,ho
Iiissalnni nnl AIlihriRn guiianr shlilp lay
,fIT il -1lr ru )' te( ti t'tiln assle-3 tiirouig!i-

wtlli thin llrliish. (ir luallu ua d Italldn
antlebianllll' con bonrd, slnealmel ihe
uwll.t., ctv-ltit utip aul iltdownl the I3Ja-
llh ,riu.:.
It W'na repoirll that I lie 04ioman
>aink lias rt-fused furliher advances to
'the got'urnitmuut for military purposes.


Head of Iron. Gtcel and Tin Workers
Has Mystericucly Disappeared.
Tlieohdore iShutff r. PFildt'iu tafr 111
Amanlgamnn ii ied ,Assic i ililn ir Irain.
Slicl tndi Tin W\\'orkirsi. Is missing at
Pittlslirg, Pa li" lins dlroippa l nmt'.s
riount ly out of sight. and fir sc'vr-.al
wPeeks tiellier follw ofnflcinl nt Ih-
Incal crlin ncr 1 1e ncilUliCi rs nf h.
family have becn anle to lucalu itlni.


Two Western Concerns Soll Out and
are Merged Into One.
The Globe Express Company, witb
general headquarters in Donvpr, and
with a capital stock of $5,00,000, will
begin active oioratlons on toe first
of October, succeeding to the bulla-
uesl of the Denver and Rio
drrande Express Company and the
Wesateri E press Compapwy u taklu
*W t U 1tr.oi r ntl ,ruailp y j
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Refused to Back His Train to Take AGsoclatlon la Pormed at a Well At- Comminttee Will Meet In Chicago to
on Man Who Fell Therefrom tended Meeting Ir. Memphis. Arrange for Convention.
Promlnc nt citizens orf A.,l iA Tuli MIssissi Viialloey Colton 1ut I ()liver Tllewarl, (nalr ini;n of ili
Anid v icnnlty hnve nk I n io il prohti tion ommililttt-, iss-ame
Mad vicinity hav nt au i,, in i, I, -i s\o, million was iorn i nlly orgil ii 1 i.iclil e .sday for th at cuitnilltIo li
emlptory dlchs rgc (- o 'itli( n l, 1 .ll .11 ,1 I it ti nillting held in Moiiihis, m.ie-l in CtlilUag Dercelmber Iti. to Iix
pt.the Seaboard Air l1liIn railwIaLy. 1,., 1'li. 1 I'li sdui y. The following oftl- Ihe tilne amil ilaicu of Ihu nexi natiu:i-
cause on Monday night hio refused i, ~e u'le', utdlct l: itl prohll)bilion ronvontion. The comu
Back his train a short diasance Io iiple.k i ."iaV \'\llnins Meridlan. Mist., nilcte cUolnaisi'ln two members from
m up Prank Booth, a well known Oconre 1i' i-'llll, .I hln ,i. McDouald, Abllr. o'sh tatlo ndiiiterritory, and it sl ex.
,ountyoIay plantl.e who lhad accidentially dl'' 1. -. ,',,'eindi ice Pprosldelit: J. peeted that all will have at least one
: tlen from thu rain whioe it, was E. Jll"' Vicksburg. Miss., secretary representative present.
%tOVing at full fu pecd and iruaburr
Will Go to Trial this Time for Murder.
Kigq lidWard Appoints Him an Admi- President and Family Will Return to of Town Marshal Cockreil.
-' 41l fn the British Navy. Washington Peptember 20. Tile 1case of Curtis Jett lor the sil-
-A dispatteh.o. 041 LU on nva: Kting Arrangements have heon inade at .1at c s ornaeio n at Town Marhal
'dward h It tpoatetd Iho kIing of Por O.yster Bay for the return of Pred .it P bruar. 1102, was called by Judge
.tual an admiral I the British amnny Ruo"""PsO and fanilly to Washington Osborno at Cynthlilana Tiladay moru-
:I token of the fileadahtp bo tw. on Mo1day, 8leptember a. Prior to InK .
St 0untrle which .ten that timet the president Vtl make one Tho case ya set for, Ifial on Sep.
.t. eo.t.i.. e, #wals glq itrenstli- more trip. atteadling th de.4tloit dQ temkber 14 on account of it c fly
i,, ie -'uVSlIt f.O ortu, the New Jerasey' Manatueliet 9 1 bsace 0ptt then of l4t, W-
Ia, ..e .1 f a ,t o nAehe-, I`,',
LI o i".I I I:I ":'' i" I i' I
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Klosk and designated Edhelm Pasha Grove, 8. C, and Julius Johnson, or
is commander in chief. Rock Hill, S. C.. wero perhaps fatally
"The Turkish press is printing ln- lujured.
lamniatory articles against Bulgari." Marvin II. Morrow, of Blackabiirg.
Legations In Danger. S. C.; T. C. Hirks. of Lancaster, and
S go n, accord R. A. \'1i111. of Edgemoroak, 8. C.,
The Turksh government, acordighave broken hones, while a dozen r
to information received from ,the for- niore other passengers were less so-
eign office in Dorlln by the Assoclated rioiisly Injured.i
Press, has notified the powers that thie Ben Willlford. of Charlotte. who was
port cannot guarantee the safety of slightly InJured. displayed rare pros-
the legationst at (CUntsntlnoplo. enter of minld -in holinSg the passon-
This extraordinary statement was ge1's.
communicated, without explanation or t en, tm berof the bigs ae were roth
qualifying details, in response to ant ten, and f Ithi fact Is ascribed the
Inquiry as to whether German marines catus of tho wreck.
wore among those United Stales M;Iu-
stelr Loleciman reporicd as hav'i,, CUP STAYS WITH US.
been laIndod at Consltailnople.
It Is inferred. however, that the con- Rellance Easily Sails Away from Un-
ditlons at the Ttrklah capital are shamrock and ring
so grave as the sultan's ontiflt-ait. lucky Shamrock and Brngs
would lmply. buit that tho legatio t a
have been warned to look out for their The
own safety, lie lporie disclaiming III A Noe York dispatch says: The
advance roeponilblliy for any disor. Reliance, the American cup defender,
dorly act. Thursday won ith third and final race
The porto's Inability to take en r- and the series for that famous sea tro-
gotlc hold of lhe Macelonian insurrec- pity, the Arerica's cup. In a denne
tlon Is the worae feature of the situa, fog, which prevented vision beyond
llon. 200 yards, sie finished the race at
Powers Forced to Act. 5:30:02, amid the declainations of the
A London special says: So threat- assembled fleet. Shamrock Ill, after
ending sl the Macedonian sitantion that running for more than an hour In the
tho powers are lilnpg forced to f i.e fog, missed the finish line, passed by
acilrin sooner than it hall lieretofore it and then returned to it from the
believed would lie necessary. Defere opposite direction. As the Rellanco
nduoping any i ctlilite schenio for tho was then being towed through the
paclflcallon of the Ralitana It war. .n tleet, yacht cnslgns fluttering from h- r
tenorded Io walt untll tho czar's visit to Irtucrk spreaders In celebration of her
Viennn, whlin tile nialluer was to he is victory. tlhe Shamnrock Ill did not cross
(iRitcd fully wliih Enimpv'r Franc'is JI- the finish line. As often said of the
sphc lull t It Is Rairnei a recent .ex hrs arlt race when the Anicrica won
change of viws has brought the pow.- Ilith rup. thlero was no second.
eri to a stage where i.erlinlon Is aboiit This succesaH wuas acnll.vrcd only af-
to li reached regarding the ciharaci-r ter four futile nlermp(s to sail oif Illt
o f lio Inlervrenilon which f-'mitllld 1o final raco, anl after the o lutome hbuI
ndopltedl. While itt, proipoa3tl plant been adlinttedl bI)y en il ir Thoniti
are not ait1ulgel. It Is nurl ith i ti lvrP, IIplon Ito b1e i fI'origi non conriliislon
(lonlcdl tlint ihe Inti-r\'-nliilon coManein Thturadal'b wns til perllitl attempt It
late I tIlie t(ocfip rian of Mfac-ellnl: b;ty sall a race After one filuke, the Ron
Austria annr RIutiii n. It c-quiially. ru,-. Illnce won two r3 'o.--one by ieorvc
tain ihal lho.-pi) orr Ihavo no lulont iiuii ninnlesu a nn id Ihrer soi onidl and ilie
rif acting so it toI In iniy \v i ny rnoin'. other by neli rinit eio and ninelpc-n
nag' hulgnria to del larriu- wir. trl l ridsl (-i ttwo mn re nca(.n-; loin th
Atrocities on the Increaso. Ri'llinco led Ih111 t' nlinninrl ck ton lle fin
Ad i\'l ce ftlunl .r-.(,in ulider .inialn.a ila h line hy aluic l tao nilles. "uill fallol
dal sifnlo Ih-ll ltilc AIllilnrin.vtu pei:t' ili r ," u h I i liol'"iir lhe i wi llhl'.t if o fllt
Ilshe.t Ihe nOiln i f iltir- vlll.i i. liun li u nlt -o' e tlind a half iho nr.
r.d )v the TurKs in the f ulllwing ills Tlilir.Inaee vrinl''ry milnna that th ie 1i;
trle Is iteson, ihirlv vllluoag': Kc-tli,. II r'i e t aln ito r.m.niin Ili Anlm rlca I In'll
frirtc n; iKrniil sh ol- -.ix nnil ine mnl.)i 4 Euligin is allu to o prl'lllit a geliI ut
ons mry Thi Tnuria burned of alr i cquI to H'rirehokr In yachl idelsI~ln a.
loag Io In Iii, tlltlri,.t oflt f in J'hotie e .s ll- r lig e dlo tal f Siniru k
aRnil nui rlth, Il, i ll tr'l1 t 'i T -o pt iiit. Ill, Sir' ThC linat s I.It1alt eunupiy said
lion fl -.lI i.> theIn. mlutUiul"iltis "I The Tiirlt Ilie aan ,o iilo. nl fil l lie T 'o Anmrlh'ii-nn boni wi' l iho l n c-it l:
flour uinllls Ii li, llairi-l o if hru.-.n afdl lthat is all."
also ovor-y culuir II. IleRlgnor Flife refiiased lti lalk CEan
Iloporis hav'. ioi,-Ltl Ihe revoltllion 1.11 it 'rlngeo. w ille l tgreo ihle ;ill,1
ary heoarlqh niarlrs in Sinfln or airoclrlos w"il'l not talI nuii fiirli)t r lhan to
by lio i'nurkt In iliho vllatge of Vil.g- t)y:
hI, il. In the dli'rll oi ) Debre Tihe '\'. v''Vt 1 II' best wo Iai~" I oII ll lhe
rlon-p s and n ball lnzilli l atre snl l a to lthlr I)'lt weaas l (?1 "t
hive slraliln mld lip vllluges aniud pa i'
of hliuoni c.nroel anl Il-rgan ltilleniin'lg MAGNATES HELD BLAMELESS,
tihe lhoule nlld asnanti ltlg Ithie weomre;l
The oilier ioldierl relsnlultl. olit:Iili Rallwty Officials Acquitted of. Man
aijdil killed thnse Inhaliltonts who ItItr slaughter Charge by Jury.
to eRcapeo Tie Tiirkr, then ast fire It [" Ihi trial at Newark. N J., Tlurs
tho vlelage In four Iilacksi blrnit.g (lay. of Ihe dlirctlors ntil officials oit
twelve women and chIllilren One ch',lil til Norltih il, rsy Siroel Itailwny Conu
was innRged. A.lloteliher slxty peos- Ilany ou a crlarge of manslanIgller for
anns were Illlel and their bodies were itl Felhruary's crossing nriivtlent. til
l ft lying I Il he street. ariurt dircl d a \oerlci of ncqilltil of
,ill tlit Ilef ndinnta


Band of Salvation Army Workers go Twelve More Danville, Illinois, Riot
to Inculcate Better Morals. er Found Guilty by Jury.
A tloliiilntlon of ritlhsburg, Pa.. Sal- At Danville, Il., g urday ver
vaill l it will invade (he feuid districtllrd vedl o
or iltonticky tinl unilertake the work 'of guilty wore returned against twel.-e
of refiirming the feludiss. Tihe oh il. otor 'who asmaultl)d the Danville
SJ--tlv 1 polrtiti Wilt l be lIrneallnllt Couily. 'jail on July 25., as follows:
Shrit- pl.lty twill lie Innth, tp. tmliRthe in Beessle Dodge, Winfield Baker J. A.
a few -if the oflt(irs In the work in iAllen,'dWilhiam Redwune, lIBne Mo-
tI'llKttl.mrg. of members orf ho local IAon wllslam edwine, Mince llo-
ni-tnly wtho vlutilitoer to give lltitur lime blitr. Jobh Ipim, Isaac Newton Slaio,
to the work John Robertson, Thomas Bell, Horace
Thai rctyeption whi, h tie mcmbnc ra Mutrphy, Adam Merry. D. L. Menif-ac.
Of li arl amty will ruic.lve In ithe'couiin. Most of the defendants tried- to
i lcs to bei Invalrd is a matter of irove alibi or to prove .hoy were m-
Sgrnave doubt, u nceUt. |


Color-ado Governor Sends Soldiers to
Keep Miners In Check.
The milllitry foreo ordtero ir II li'.
Cripple OsCek diltrlet by (iGvern )r
Peabody, of Coloradp, pitchbed camp
Saturday about three-quarters of i'
mile from Victor, near the iratron : i
dclpendence mine.
it ls believed that the presence o
the troops will serve to quell any slpi
it of lawlessness that may have pnre
called among the strikers.


General Strlle Probable Because
Raise is Not Forthcorling.
A general strike.of railway expre.r
employes throughout the Unlt-.d
States Is threatened because of the
refusal of cOx of the largest companies
in Chit-ago to consider demands ma le
by, the Brotherhiood of Railway Ex-
Spreesmen two months 0 fort more
I wqrw ." r.oMV.4V o( tSe 1.10q.
'.' .


lurkey and Pulgaria on Verge of In.
evitable Trial at Arms,
A London peicial under Mondlay's
elate says: The lalkan asituatron
shows no sign of improvement. n.-
deed. in Constantinople it is now
iholaght that war between Turkey and
Bulgaria is.inevitable. but the Turkish
ambassador in London Insists thai hos.
ulllties can only result from an overt
act on the part of Bulgaria. The So-
fia government, on the other hand,
preserves trlict neutrality, as advise-l
by Russia and Austria.


Report of Engagement of Miss Bryan
and Hobson is Denied.
Mrs. W. J. Bryan, at 'Lincoln, Neb.,
says that there was no truth In the
rumor that Captain R. P. Hobson and
Mise Ruth Bryan were engaged to be
carried. -Thla was an de~lal ft a re.
ret to that elect fom WlaiMrnWUl;
,I 9 ..... h W .1i7 bts .d, ,


Sixth Ainual Se'ssan Convenes In
Deadwod, South Dakota.
The American" mining congress be-
gan the actual work of its sixth an-
nual session at Deadwood S. D., Tu:s- '
day, Interest centering in a talk by
Hon. Leslie D. Shaw, secretary of the
United States treasury. Tne secretary
was given a warm welcome by the del-
egates who, when. he fAhlshed speak-
Ing, gave him a rising vote of thanks
and three rousing cheers.


Taliaferro County, Georgia, Helds Wet
End Dry ElectIon.
Tallaferro county, Ga., wentdrly r
an election held Monday by 15 votes.
The election was hard fought, each
side putting'forth every effort
Tall~ferro was iae only..wVt county
on the Georgia wlo i4 ,tlii4 9ele @
Uo i r .1 rt a .. i s.'' .

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Pasuenger Train Plunge* Fifty Fpat,
Development of Cotton Growing tn Caui nger Trl of ifty FeMt.
West Africa Is Now Attracting Tu y Pr are to TwentyPour Injured.,
Considerable Attenrtlon. Turkey repares to Swop

The news roeivoi In Liverpool, Down Upon Little Bulgaria. Passenger train No. 15, northbound,
Bnglaid, from Lngo" British WoAt .o n the South Carolina and Georgl 'JCx-
Africa. september 2, that the develop- 'tension railroad, formerly the Three
went of tho cotton trade in the Inte- AN ULTIMATUM PROBABLE C's, now operated by the Southerp
rior of that part of Africa was so railway, wont through a trestle 50
great that the- local railroad officials Ieh----- gh over Fishlug Creel, three
had been obliged to run extra trains in feetin i ca of Charlotte, C.'C., about
order to bring dorwh the largo supplies Lives of Foreigners In Constantlnopleas o haro killing si
11:30) o'clock Thursday, killing six
to the coast, somewhat surprised the in Great Peril And Situation la men and !njuring twenty-four, five of
cotton Iuterests of the British cotton Grave-Horrors In Balkan whom will likely die.
center, growing of the staple In West States Continue. All of the bodies were soon taken
Africa being still regarded as in a out, save those of the engineer and
largely experimental stage. Thirtyreman,
tone of cotton from Lagos arrived 'n A dispatch to The Tageblat (Boron o an enne manned
the lMorsoy the past week and was iln) from Constantinople, dated Sat- three cars. It left took Hill about 11
pronoTnced to be of excellent equally. urday, says: o'clock with about forty passengers on
aThe odn sent out fr d Ltvorpoil War with Bulgaria i In sight, board. When the tr'ai passed up in
4and000 blown Ines. The fist delivery of this. Tlhe council of war has recommended tile trestle the entire structure under
crop ib expected at Christrmas If til, sending an immedlate ultimatum to llo cars gave way, hurling the engine
cotton growing experimtctd at suca I s ulgaria, but the sultan has decided to and cars to the hank of the crook
cott growing cultated area will be s wait. It Ip rumored that Turkish about flfty feet below.
la, he cultroops iave already crossed the Bul- Engineer lenry Brickman .Fireman
larg. garlan frontier without a declaration Fred Rhyne and three negro paassn-
Sof war. gers were Instantly killed. Conductor
OLYMPIA IN BAD WAY"The members of the council of war Ed Turner suffered broken shoulders
--- RI- ?were up all last night at the Ylldii and W. L. daughter, of .Hickory




Attack on Embassies Js Fear-

ed in Constartinople.


United States May Take 81milar Ao-
tion-Alarming Reports from
Leischman-Admlral Cotton's '
Squadron at Beirut,


The United States cruisers Brook-
yn and San Francisco arrived at Bel-
ut, Syria, Friday.

Minister Leischman has cabled the
state department that owing to the dia-
prbed conditions In Constantinople an
additional kavans or detective fore
had been stationed at the American
egatlon. This action was taken on
Ihe suggestion of the Turkish govern-
ment. which has assured the Amerl-
rnn minister that It will use every pre-
caulion to protect all foreigners, out
has warned the different embassies
and legations to strengthen the force
inside thle buildings
In case a noresalty develops it sl
probable that the Turlksh government
will be requ.-ited to allow the Untled
States to sent a detachment of ma-
rines from tlie squadron which ar-
rived at Beirut. Minister Lelseh-
man has not yet made esuc.I a request
of this government. The United States
has no nuthority to Eend a warship
through tihe Dardanelles and would
have to got the consent of Turkca
and also that of otlier European pow-'
era to do so.
Minister Leischnian In ils cablegram
Informed the department that a num-
ber of government have landed ma-
rines In Counstantlliplo for the proLec-
tion of the einblsa-les,
Conditions Not Satilfactory.
While the conditions existing In
Constantinople. as well as In other
portions of Turkey, are extremely un-
satisfactory, the \Vashington govern-
ment does not believe that there is
any norious danger ahead, nowith-
standing that thle tone of the dis-
patches from Minister Leilchman
shows uneasineps. At the same time
the United Stales will approve every
preraullt n ltai n Iby Ili diplomatic
corps nii l our rnlnislt'r for the safety
of the foreign repre.entnltivs.
The porie. In aldvlning the foreign
cmbasfh-Ic and lgnlilon of the me,'s-
tires tlal;n to prrltet them, added a
warning against nullnrian bandits
who might atnempr to clirle the Turk.
Illi guarils and attack tIe forelgncrs
irom wilthn.

Cheklb Bey Calls on Hay.
Cliltll) oey. Turkllih minister, calloIl
on Secr-rtnry fnv Ii'rilny morning to
Inform himn that ie hiad resolved from
hl t foreign rnmce offcilnl advices to l.o
effect tihll Ihe Amc rlhRn consul tE
Pltiruti wns entirely satisfied with tho
niiou -iiror Tlirk 'y hlu a! taken to prote '
life nndl proper-ly 'hicre ndR to Investi-
gate rinl a It with r'specct to the as-
Rsiall otn VIre Cnnsiil Mngolssen.
It Ii n maintain ,f snino comment
th;il Ihrei nro allitil only 200 marines
% lili i\ riru',lr ,'ioi n si qiill. ron hiut th .e-o
w lrli the KI vI isr iS qilready In th saer-
vlri oIf Ih. li-nlon and with the
Till I..h gi n rd- nRi rlgnrd to Minis'er
I., I- rilnuin. will. it Is --olleved. prove
snulm CiFil f atr nny onic'rgenry likely
t, IrrliP ( vitrl l cif Ithe tate depart-
inallil. rinni 'naris R ienp ilihti "llllap of foreign pow.
o-rs -wonll l i, HPInt to Taurkish waters.
stair fl thni I he Initedt States was now
sending ships to Tirkisn waters.
Dardanclles Inviolable.
The tIirm "Tirkishi waters" does nit
mnunn Conilnam inoplol. Itiey eay, and
wlillo 0 Ili wlilc, lp eslrn portion of
I(i Molitlcrraiii-nan night be coveriil
wili warshilps. nl wns possible that
none of tlioin would force the Dardla-
After ilhe Criutmen war. a treaty was
Inadul thichuh lins lIben followed up by.
RiihbsPquentl ireontlls which prohibits
war ships from entering the Dardan-
olhcs without the consent of Turkey
nnd Turkey must have the assent of
r.l l he siignatory powers.


Big Building Under Construction Col-
lapses With Fatal Results.
A special from Cedar RapldaR lo'r,.
says: The Quinn grocery building, it
Vlnton, being remodeled, collapsed
Friday afternoon. Ialf a dozen work-
men are reported to have been caught
In the ruiina. nme of whom were
crushed to teath.

Captain Francis Passes Away.
Captain T. H. Franels., one of Ine
best known men in Atlanta, Ga., whose
frliotds and acqiuaintances extend over
the entire south, died of heart trou-
ble lI'rlday night.

TFga g wgeopert* ,

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Poultry oit K lln lArPms.

The real heroines of every day are in our homcs. Frequently, how.
ever, it is ia mistaken and useless heroism.
W onionn seemar to listen to every call "of duty except the supreme.
oneo that tells teeni to guard their health. Hlow nn1ch htlde r tho daily
tasks become when some derangcment of the female orgainl: makes
'every. movement painful and keeps the nervous system u11strung?
Irritability takes the placo of happinness and amtiability; and weakness
S:nd -uffering takes the place of health and strength. As long as they
can drag themselves around, women continue to work and perform
their household duties.. They havo been led to believe that suffering
is necessary because they are women. What a nlistdke!
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S f there is anything in your ease about which iyou would like
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She lhas helped hundreds of thousands of women back to health.
Her adltiress is Lynn, Mass., and lier advice is free. You are very
foolish if yor do not accept her kind invitation.

For proof read the symptoms, suffering and cure
S, recited in the following letters:.
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have derived from your advice and the use of Lydlia E. Pinkhani's Vege-
table Conmpound. My trouble cwa- finale weakness in its worst form and
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bearing-down pains wero terrible. My husbnad fpent hundreds of dollars
to get mit well, atpd all tho medicine that the doctors prescribed 'failed to do me
any good ; I resorted to an operialon which the physician snid was necessary
to restore me to health, but snuffercd snoro :after it than I did before; I had
hemorrhrag.s et o the wo:nb that nothing .could seem to ttop,
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SAvq.,N N.Y., Washington, ).-C.
'"DItAn Mns. PrNItiauxr :-I write to tell you what Lydia E. Pink-
Shaam'S Vegtable Comnpoundil hanl done for inc.
f' I was suffer'ihg with falling cf tlh wotib 'and could hardly drag about,
Sbut after takinT five bottles of Lydia EY'. Pinkharn's Vegetable Conm'
pound I was completely cured. I am now a well woninn and aulle to do all
any work.
"I think your medicine one of the best remedies in t;e world."- Mns.
J. M. LasE, 11' Lyndttl St., Newcastle, 'n.
DARn MIna. PrNKiiMcs :--Lydia EL. Pinkhamn's Vege*f'ble Coin-
pound has done ,a gr'e-tt deal for me. I suffered i-o nluch fricn-lulling of the
womb and all the troubles conwic doctors'and other reinmdive but received only temporary relief.
began talkine your ierdiclinc. and lhad not takeln it long before I was
feeling better. My husband said that I should keep right en taking it as long
as it gave mo relief from my suffering, s I coni1 not expect to bo cured by
one or two bottles. I did ro and nna now able to be on my feet and work
hard all day, an:l go to ied ain rest nt night. Thanklts to your Vegeotable Corm-
pound I tnit cerLtinly grateful for the relief it gav'e meI. It is the mother's
.great fricien.. I would not be without it in my v uebu, for When I feel tired
-r o o ut of Borts I take a few doses and fe6l nll rihrlt.
", I would rerommen to thos- sufferlinr as I was." Mn~s. I'. C'sui mern Bennet, Neb.
O t FORFEIT It weo nniiii t forthwithi pIrolc.eo thi. original letters and sngnatures of
Sat bove tetitlnolliils, i:lcli will rtnvo tlo!r asiiBilut. i l ieivnnlee
WV0 I.yiilhi I':. pirnkliiti Modltolnou Co., Lynn, Ma r.

He-r-Then you rcorT our engagCt-
tnent, do you?
hho-Oh, no; bul I am glad it Is no
worse.-September Smart Set.

I never soe my re'tor's eycs-
He hides their light (divinil;
For, when he prays, lie slhutls Ohi; own,
And, when hoe preachesa, Inie!_
--G. M. Fergess, in Sep'tele"ivr SUm:rt

STo all who a:ffcr oro to tIle fron(dl of thore
".,Wl slffor with K 'ntevY, I.lver. Heart. l+tled -lr
or Illho, d, Dlsea e,. a ei'lpleC bottle of ituartl'
61n and Buchu, tle renat soitheln Kidney iand
Liver ledlicin will be sernti absolitclte fi er i,
eno t, lMeittlol tliqi pier!'. Ahddress 8TL'AIiT
. RDK O M'FG go., a8 \nll St., Atlanta., (&.

Appetite poor?a Bowels
con0 tipated? Tongue coated?
Head ache? It's your liver!
Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all
Vegetable. ae ,. .o ~ae.0Io, .

Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use

nm r 01 ~mtcnIpsrs Ol rnn BP I k r o. rAfo., UAsn; Is.

CURES Sick headache
10 field WOc. at lrugai<)re. T
10, 15a C cres,

b .IU V ,uck
Dr owj Re 1sf.
Rfeemoves all gwiellint ili 8 tOdo
driys; itffects a permanent cure
e n- 'Oto 60 dave. 'Trll tretathent
give frre No t ingca In be fairer
t'riie Dr. If H. Green's Sons,
ET Spoci lllSts, Box B Atlanta, .L

S Bilious Attacks
by keeping the
stomach clean
and liver active.
51o. and 1.00
Al Dlrugzllls or by mail rm
RAJT CO. (Bus. Eat. 1831) New Yolk.


Slaboraltries In bhe South. Cllntmrl
ta unsrpass raculty of tourteen
rt and Itwenty-nve assMltnets. Prte
lb&. Write for ostalogue.
KENRICK; Dean, Atlanta, Ga

"Poor f'llow! Ils doWtor tell him
tl'i only thinr Ithat yilll cure him is a
coulrs of tinud haths, and he can't at-
ford to go to the nmud sprigss"
'But surely hel can go into politics
and !'t the mud cone to hini."-Phila-
delphia Priess.

"Do you think it's going to rain?"
she asked.
"Oh, I'm suir It's nol.," he replied,
"Then I'll take my umbrella," she
answuleredl, vth decicion.-ChIcago

"The Amriclan Husband" is a much-
writtn anl talkRdt-about Individual;
it Is unlikely thatI he will ever ccaaoi
to be a subject of Interest, not only
as a futureo possibility, but also as an
actual reality. It is not often, how-
ever that tl ha s the good fortune to
hear, In tlio latter capacity, so Impar-
tial a critic as Gertrudle Atherton, who,
in AlInslca's for Septinbsc'r, has madlo
a sympathetic review of his virtuice
and dtofects. American husbands and
wives should trezl it, and takI It :o

FITS permanently oured. No ftoor nervous-
ness after first day's use of Dr. Kline's Olreat
NeroRooletorcr. 2t rll bottleanditreatloefrne
Dr. R. H. KtLI a, Ltd., 981 Aroh t., Phbla.,Pn
It nlest he fine to be so rich .that. you
don't Ihave to Iee)p. up appearances.
t1.00oo ig oorovind Steel lange Offer.
If yoA can usn tho best big i00-pound stoel
rag-uo inlde In tile world, andl aro willing to
have It pliiced hle your own iionie on three
months' Iree trlnl, just out thlii notloo out
rantl sIdi it to HEAUHs, hIOzBUCK & Co., Cbl-
cgio, aund you will receive tree by return
maniy other cooking anid bhiatIng stoe*a you
iv-ll also receive the inmost wonderful 1.00
steel range offer, an offer that plaocs the
beat steel range- of heating stovr In the home
of any family; such an offer that no family
In the land, no matter what their olrrctn-
staneces may be, or how small their Income,
noted be -without the best cooking orheating
atovo made.
Tlce owl has a r(cputalion for wisdom,
andl et lie always looks on the dark side
of things.
Mrs. WlAlow's ootllngSyrap lor blldrla
lethlcngsoften the gums, r.eduoee Inflamms-
Slon,allay paln,aoures wind ooUl. 2o5. bottle
A man is not necessarily a miser because
he refuses to pay compliments.
'lao's Cure s the best medicine we ever nued
for a fl afeotlons of throat and lungs.--Wi
0. EDsLSnT, Vanburon, Ind., Feb. 10, 190.
SSome people never get busy until there
is nothing left to be done.
PTrrWAM FADELESS Drae color Bilk,
Wool and Cotton at one boiling.
A capacity for hard work is usually a
man's most valuable asset.

A Clear Case.
Madge-Why does sha at last own
up that they are In love?
Marjorie,-She had to. They sat on
the sand yesterday, and never notled.
the tide comtag in until :tiey were
4driwibd.-- ,e9 PWt9r Iart g.
.. 7. .


S-veral of the l tiLltry ippers aire
printing arthilelli sliwlig Hinat It Is
possible for o' 011oe ilt, ni ci good l'vilng
froul poultry rald.i. l IIt binm ll narl i.
It Is nl otltd Ith t rItiielp its arle I vieil (tn
prices for eggi. rangi tl.'lfrmii 2. cenit,
Ia tloz-. Inl thl u b nlllllle r o 1 t 'i i cev iisa
(loz.ei In t hbe I inter. It i. 1111nfrl it
printt nartlelesIc this kfhll, for llhrer.
nre very few places where GO cents a
dozen can be had for eggs. If one can
average half that price the year around
lhe is dolng remarkably well. On tihe
otler hand, there Is no doubt buti what
poultry can bQ plonftably raised on a
sinall frea, though there sla some ques-
tliou if one could obtain a living for au
entlro family by such a plua, nssiumlng
that both eggs and errcnlses were
sold to consumers at average reta ll
prices. Under the best possible cnu--
ditions it Is unusuni to realize uiare
than nbe dollar per hend profit ler year
onl an average, so thlit the receipts can
be figured out readily. True, thie
farmer who Is In a positlou to raise
his own feed for poultry ivill average
a greater profit per hen, provided he
will give them the Iecessary care tor
best results, Theer Is mLouey in ralsingi
poultry, but there are no fortune luI
the work, even ainder the most iunutual
conditions.--Idlannapolls Newsh,
Inserted pleces of pleated white tulle
or chlfflon make a pretty and attractive
trilmiing 4hat is not seen so often aa
to make It nndeslrably connion.

Tho re nlemidlna rvnman.
I liavo seen one dairyinnu wit1; a
beautiful homen, Iarge annd well-venti-
Inted stables, all the product of a herd
of milch cows, nnd another farmer
within the same old house he built (ton
ycetrs before, dilapldated stables, gates
broken. fences down, all lthe prodtlact
of another hlerd of cows, eqlatl in numi-
ber to the first. W'hy thits sdll(renice
with santo conditions? nsis E. A.
McDonald, Washilngtoen L)niry lialI
Food C'oulullslotier.
If you go Into the home of tho firstt
class of menUi you will tind aggricultrCaln
papers; you will lhid a 'reader; n ni l
whlo hiau a thiukcr mind Is using It. lie
nny not be i gradunle of any aigrltl'.-
tural college,. but lie Is t ielf-ednuc(tedl
1emiIin, Nwho received at largo part of lilt
educlltil lou from the agricultural
lpillers, How imucllh more advanced lie
woiild have been if' he hlad learned
tho rudiments at the agricullurni col.
lege. But the greater honor Is dlue to
self-edlien lion tllai. to a c(ollege-et:lu-
catedl mann. Still, if progress weIv; li
depocnd on eclf-cducnttlin we would ric-
seeibld' tle ient.
I. iin it ilrtn believer that tho dluty
of overy Binto Is to place It preIlllluni
in agricultulral pursuilts. Thle most I;n.
portnltt irnnclh of agriciltlure is ditry-
Ing. The growth of cereals d(elenlc!s
on dairying to return Its elements to
lhe soll of which tlhe soil llns I,'cen
robbed by Iheir growth. 1nalrying en-
riches thle soll, wIhile growth of e(o'L'.il
imnpoerlishes It, Therefore, no imbriaic
of agriculture ihouihl be fostereld a:i
encouraged ns mucith s tho dlairyr!i
industry .-TeionI ssee IIFar uimer.
/ For those Wlinelr Mlet.
.lThroughl li u snimmer tilh dlit orf tln)
liens Ims been somiewihat recstrl'til,
grain. andil cspcclnlly corn Ihtviung
proved nhliost too fantenlig and l iv:tl-
Inig for tho wonlhler; bIut with iltl1 I t
Indlcntlons. of t ll blettk d iys t!he
poultry should have trlier full wJinterl
dlot. Thls Bshould lie givren for thli
purposo of lucrcashlig tlio $ el'irvl
lienlth and strength (ol' I( (!e 'l:s nitl
tliwi for cggs. IHeus whilih do not
have splenlld health and (ttreiigthi C(n-
not provo good layers of eggs. 'I'Ilh
two go together. Yolu nuy feed 1e1s
on stimulating .foods so they will l:iy
A few extra eggs, bltt in an jicrt (I11;
thiy t'Will give out tlntl let'ovt wortlilCH:t.
lThe lrst tliig Hshould le to n in fort t
good, nll-roundl uiet lint will mIntae Ili
birils hIpeltlly nd strain. (c. 1l, coin,
scraps of Inctllt, broad, indl sucll tanlio
lotivltgIt should Ibe fed toth leuit lller-
n1ly. )o rnot forget thie cce(l, wlli;1h
In tlhe fall of tie yenr e inI be colt c'r il
Iin consliderable (luantlllees. Ilhns lil:e
the seeds of flower, voege'lnle)s hini
weeds. They enjoy eating their oirt
of the pods, nnld the plans whlioe
iiossllble should .le cutt down I iiIl
thrown Into thel c lihkenfi iiyd, 'I'lTh
workcll of collecting theum will do tIi i
liens good.
Gr(iln annd corn are crsecntili niowv.
You canliiot lneglc't those' wHitlontt (n--
dcinigering 1li licalth of tle hllrl .
W\icther tsprilig hhi.ekeli oi' l;yitUi;
liens, .they hliotuld Irve thll.r chilly
grin a'ltion. Ihtra1 (coo ke or nch(edl
is nn cxccllit fit odl for tllcnt, minil rell
hot or cool IllorlnItltig It li'rvce of I:l'i'a
belclfit. Ov(crfccdlihgof, dof (0r0,l-<', nIIit
lie nalol]led. Too mI!tuchl ('c'l A d n irnlls
will Illilk"e thee Icuhes flt t.iend lZay, nitl
Ctmui.r' Inti lg stl oii, wc lhI A wil rulti, 4 'll
lieu god obtlaiiued. To I od a lc.iz: et<-u
111i4ile ilie li ens work p:a't of Iile tl ly
for tilt(li! focd. Tiln-i tl;vem l'vm,* lit
Iliiiel i11riw w itl;h Ili(' g';rilln r':Uitt ri t ,l
iirounld in. it, and t('l lltm :i' ;- i'cil,
'ict;!t (ih folr it. lThere rll'(se iiny vl iy1 i
te; nimak- the laying hilrs I ;c:,' ti -lli
health even Vc.ihen fedl dully on :a full,
weil-vroullrted diet.
t 'reenl bioniei cilefrully groul:il, itl
0oysterr nildlcllain shells )poutiined very,
line, nrt n ill good lu their way, p ctl tlhei
do hellp to inicreoair the og. ulltpiit;; I.ut.
pot vunitvs tie rest"of tcfi dliet Isn gout<
irnd wlhlPscome. It IN folly to thlirlk
ill:I the c'Iron1ii1l hlelp will iIank- hi.'n
egger wlciiL I l hIons nrP Ir.leely I:I'lllIi*;
.retottgll to tulit It ];ul>'Ii loi0 tIIIel a oil
lognIlhpr. T'itero n11 le e blr liriu. ,i1
food InI lie .ystlcn. ani] hI roiin ithlitl t
fed to ltiiinullan e egg-l-'yhlng uin. I'.Ivert,
a part i f l thit euirpl'iin I hICe ,i'II'm
lpnoi'cr felii]'-1 onj lns,,:tI nf l,.'in- Ii l.
nll g ero ttl. 'inr', I tliH l' (a ite'i il.ti .
tlie litltm do not get' fl ; tiny lIcI' ,niii-
dolt-y Phlould bIe elielceil, for fat Ivnri.4
do not low ninny eggs. icrolne'. neAlvirC
Ieill.', WeIl frt' .amid r'llltillet I, oii.-
A I't :,'. ('. V\,,Ic ler, Iln .AI lPlI n. (uiil.I.
Meire Opinion,
IIIh II elvig Iringl4 tlie Ilroii;ei't Iann
down ioonllr or later.
l'ivrtly Irt a tanol that Ihe silf-uintle
mnn ll'n gl rnhly free to rerd:ict.ri;l
for sone oliher tfllow's Ity.
The ladder ef tame hias a iroarollna
teudtecy to tip ovre blnkLwa'rd,--~Jfl-
.c40 RCe 94-.erahli .-. .

'Tklng Car' of the Pennio.
A now and- very convincing way to
demonstrate to boys and girls that .t
they will take care of the pennies tio
dollars will talu care of themselves
has recently been cdiccilovoield by tho
pupils of one of the public scbijolua n
WVashington, D. C., th O taifonnl ;n at-
;:1. Theseq yuung ieopolo, acting utniicr
il,r ilire'iluet of ih ir principal, ha.co
* siat ,I a rclhool Pavings b9ail. which
i* :i i lnlc th Ilt-l il11 'ivor y way Jlt ko the
cr ,' Il iiilhi titHiii w\ervre thelrl r fathller
plil< thtir novnit i 'foir sAle: keeping.
'li p Iirincili)l Iinlllli t lilc ii' lll reispon -l.
Ihle for the sailf 'l 'ltpil g of thlie (ItdS11.
anid at the clho e i c:'l i ih days bin.il it.a
deposits the talily reo.relpt Ln one of
the city's, ordiitary comnlerelal batik-
ing Instltnut.loH.-rl'tln "A School Sav-
tins Biasnk" in the Septiember St. Nicit-

The Blackenake's Call.
I found myself somewhat muddy
Lnd broothing a little hard; but I was
aoL wholly chalgrl'neled I had never
even known of the habit before. Sinco
then I have seen one other snakeo id
It, and I think I have heardl thu found
tire or four times. It. Is almost In-
doscrlbable. The jaws Were clohAcd
as It was made, not even tlhe throat
moving, that I could see, The air
seemed to bo blown violently through
the nostrils, though sounding as if
driven through the teeth-a shrilllrig
hlss, fineo and piercing, which or o not
so much hears as feels-feels it crisp-
Ing cold along his nerves, It may seom
strange, but I believe this whistle
is a mating call. Even the forked
tongue (or maybo nose) of a snako-
grows vocal with love. If only the
Sphlni had not a heart of stone! No
matter about its lips; with a heart to
know the "spring running" we should
have heard Its story long ago. Per-
Iaps, after all, the college sophomore
was not mixlng his. observations and
Sunday school nehnorlos when hlie
wrote, describing the dawn of a spring
morning (I qttote from his essay):
"Beneath ine In the water the little
fishes darted about the hoat; ahove
the little birds twittered In the
branches; while off on av' snny log Inc
the pond tho soft, sibilant croak of
the mtid turtle was heard on tho
If we could happen upon the mud
turtle mad with love, I am sure we
should find' that he ohad a voice--a
'soft, slbilant croak," who knows?-
IL. Sharp, In the National.

"I've found out why Slobhoreo s
so conceited. lie told me hinseilf."
"HI.o did? Well,.that'a refreshlng."
"Ycs; he said ho spent half his life
trying to make people thlbk well of
hlm-without cceas. Then ho de,
C.tled that t.he only way to gel a thing
done .la to do It youirself.'

"You uned to say H11o was like a
Dresddn doll," said Harry Illela-lne.
"Too much vs," spoke, (luasic Gunn.
"How could that be"?"
"Why, she crled 'Marnma' every tlnio
she was aquoezed,"-Chicago Nown.

Teicehror (let n Year Otf. -
Sucecessfncl tenacers of Chllango
schools who wish to continue their
stildies IIn colleges( ull ve'rsitlie, letC .,
now niny Ie granted ileive of absence
for the period of one yenr, niecler (II!
nilthorlty of the superllteondent of th i
tclhoolu.--New 'York Conmnlercialt Atl-
ilow's Thil?
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars tlewarel for
lan vseO of Catarrh that cannot be cyeto by
Ulil'sa Ctarrlh ('uro.
F. J. CturNy & Co., TJ'ole6o1, 0.
We, tlte indlertlgned, hivo ikowe n I. J.
Clhanov for thn lait 1G yearn, ann bellevo hint
perfoo~ly honiorible In til Iul tne.s (tramnac-
tlortandil fimlntlally ablo to carry out vany
obllgations mnads by their firm.
WrwT A TI'asJA, Wholesale IDrultgglts, Toledo,
WJar.hinso, EifNevi et MiAlnvls, Wlhroleoale
Ilruggltmu.F olJn, ()0.
lall' ('eat.rrhl ( urem I t InL(n Internally,a t-
Inan llretcly upoin theh ,lodcl id mucouIt iir.
lace, tf the system. 'I'etlinonrl|li senct fre.
I'rlco, 75B. per botlle. HolIdl y ll tiruKggliitl.
Iall'R 'anilly Pills are thbn Let.
I.argost n1l11lo 111 Ilhn \WVorhl.
The Ilrgst glalum botlle pc\'r llowA
linta recently blenll inali for exhllitllon
Ilt IIe k St. Iotls liExposltilon. It liold
fortl.v-lvt, gnlliii, und required forty
pounillmd f iloilten gliIfI ,. drllltiiw f'roml
thie flurIaeP atindl 1haltil on the eind iof
a Iihuge blowing pile.


"What are you thlnKing no hard
about?" hBli an:lkI.
"It In said." 'replled thi nnintfiir
Aclrnltis. "ihat Nnturn pl Ior itis itilth-
Ing tor go to vw .'nl, thiut II ert Is a
purposna for Ure I was just trying Io flgllr' out alhy
there I rltdrk npait on theo rhilten."--
ChlcagKu eroril-leralcl.

Towen f'omedly-llamni made hin
dc itu't In va iudevllp la re il*n ht.
III Tragely--Yra. It wan a mono-
logue, wasn't It?
I.owr (CnmPdy--Nol ;.xastly llamm
Iniendlld It Io bp, Ii Ir' a n illnroee
clilmed In with n few chol( remarks
before he got fairly started.-Philadel-
phla PrPes.

J. J. GDeli whoso book, "'Wee M o-
gre-I-goir." In m'tlling with no miuch hauei
c'se. has a good clory in Alnrihle' ft.r
September. enlillel "First Love." It
de-s rlhes, of course, an ine may gnin ,
er front i titllh, tho waxing andl wat-
Ing of onef ot Iho Indirspeoltlons of atlo
IeRc-ence, which asemlIn Io he as neces.
eary as mnimps or measles are io
childhood,. As Is lo le cxpprtcd, Mir.
Bell handles his stibjoet with the ease
and grace of a master.

Must Get One or the Other.
"I know the choir master will give
me 1 e--er-oll Harry," said the
basso, "if I flunk again on the low (;
In my solo."
"Ah!" Pxclalmed Ihe.lcnor, "tho.i
you're really between the devil and
the deep C, eh?"-Philadelphla Pre4s.

- / 5


le M1,e eil .> rmtiit. e, Si' tr eletrnw.i',l

tli i. rittie', t lie' Il-" i s
iil,\,* .. I l. e, ,, hoier troelf i'.11i lv I

0 nthe' h .II e mt p Ii .i i l envtu Set v
n ietv h .ti ovo it, vl I n [,I C (or tile etAy oft
otlee'lre vl 'll .warr n i l i itiy duty to
'I su ile rld ter li' 'riifr wtitl tortnooi
y r r b K Airr-Ogtlihtr'ititt()f "r,. 'li i tieh frii<,>ti i Ii h-tel ia
i old il 110 I eIl i' Iiht y lrl in w I tr illi t
ijocteeret r tre the i11ii i 'euvL ie e ciff
.medlibin e but'.witihout Ally teeit ite'
iiii tchan ge c' in y on lition in th r
I' I rcl t f t o t :e all o ld .tl lle \'e te .t .

filtI, (i ttle leeri iptt oidy and e it' 1 cv
S I larl. I thought thi, s Iwa tiel. I c
i :,i soon ll IR I le'1tn ikitne g it ln At Ii aet
.iellel'lilig ine11 ltlhnl'nttI v froim vanytl iji
iiI Ien Iel before., and v"(I I kept onf li(k-
S it I cpt t hi tip for si t iftonthliSe
eIeIl vIid'il nineid streniti hAnd lienitht
ie i"" weii. ". he'ril llt uied .fiteen i ottlehs
-(I Il so I' fel'l .p' ne ti'relyloittroil. I re
u n r v" itivxl. le~ll with ct hr lAlnriiii i tc i lt, e ire
+I' i et uiet iSrei catarrh of the pelvic or
is witIith the 4a s11ev survty ct) it. ctev vs
t iaui rh ,it lie' he';d," P rci'ita hns lie
c e l c Iili, ilet ile.... I ias a positive cure for
'lie' hti le iileiiti s, -iln < iply i''c' tS Iieh atl-
MbIs Murll Armlt troa, tarrb in i. ca tlht liil ii fie troublleI, I'-C
rima cure-is the iavi arrvh. Tile syltptoals
i d .esi uppcmr.

FWmalo 1 oaknoss is Pelvic "''self ill rinough ,to ,go to he'd, ,lt le, is far
.fro mll b .l i l l) ab hi to 'do her w ork w ith1 u't
C atarrh; ho ti,'e t ,st ''.\li ti ll h'is V,''
CounIIIOVl Right,, andi4 i. thlitml( al\Vlm y-8l diue toL
pelvic eitadrrit.
It in worse than foolish for a mneny
Always Half Sick Are thul Women w.on.it,, to .mllter year ,iftr lyear,' with I (li.
WII Have Pelvic Catarrh. ,I that can le permanently icued Iti
clr's c ldi h11ri 4en v P iae its well tIs a slight
i--Itt i k, tile iee111 lifee ,reiCec 1 i`eii .11 tile
Catanrrh of any organ, if allowed I pro- Ievglhii tinvo inat it vtlil liae elven to
geese, wil fIi ect tlhe wivole bidy. t'a nrr t ,cIi live' i-'cure."I
without nterlVOcrlRnlces is Vlery rItle,, bil IIM if y e I tl ilderive' prompt eand itt isfac-
Vill enltaill ani. t l't'4lIerVotn eis go l iand i ll tory ie'lsuI foll e (v th i lee de' Iet lront w tito
l ird.- tIll ine' vto lD'. llirtiav, ii\'ig aii flilfull ltee-
W hat i is so distrexsiing ta sight as a tiliviori eiiiv t f v viir iteo vid hI wo ill fpleasellto
hiilf-sick, ntrveIV iOis ioillllti sitffering [r4mlv give yii ehis \vahimbile advice g ittii,
thle mna ly almost unbeltralie syemptolls of Aideve' 1)'.tsssle Ir ll'1tnee 1, Prilidvent of The
pelyvie cntatth-? Suhe does not oeithaler hcer- liartman S,1Sitiariitnllt ('sh0cluhbe Ohio.

On a IbracieiItt in KlEwin li.oothl'a
sloping rooi at T'hi 'llay' --Ihe
alurinmeilt remains asH hoI 11', Iit. tIo
yeiar nilgo--alaund a batttiered t tul,
which th e lder Ilooth, aind naftrward
hiH oii Edwin, used to Holliloqlilo ovIer
in tho flfth net of "Hanmlet." ThoIrd
is aI git'esoillO story (connectodo wAth
thl co inullg of this relle Into tloi0th'i
hands, a. sHory wmrihll Thomas [3a ll( y
Aldrlcih will tell In the Septmnlbor
C(uliuiry ntcler lthe title of "'Poor Yo-
ritr k."

Olil Ituii'lo litn waintutl to hlaveo hs
pirltrall lia itItid, but ln cdidi not ei.tA
Io pay very'1' nicch filr it.
"Sutirely thltt Is a' very largo Htli,'
lihe ;nld whelct lo artiall naluiceid ho
Tho artlst iprolectSled antd iassl" I
lilnl that, as Iortlralts wcnt, thlut wats
very Illllo Ito H
Unclo Ilert lii'ultaeliil., "Woll," Io
uaid at length, "hlw nuclh will It bn If
I fu'IInlHlI the i alit?"l--B cDpienl) i r L:lip
Ili r coiti' .
lioltinanceo?--- 'arn y?, that grope Ii
It. vlvlfl th so H il,
It i.i lith ch-iarming flower thnt bloonjrn
In lio's' let'i hitolnrlliolo.
S-(ieor(go Itilrdioy, In ,Spleominler Ij.!-
pincotI .

Mhlost pc'(plro linow wlatl lihi N",w
Y(irl Sloci' k Ex J ianRi I i Ili. T'hTll IIo1 .
lin llourlse Is eil.telideld liy (ivillt I I'o
thouvi.and IperivntS. T'lu'h-r Isn no 1st1l of
outls, aind oln iiinbllherhcilp fo(c,uellriai .
lhllillI vin; lt i iu ely le 1 l by letiivieitn.- .5
Inllli Illl l c Ili-rlini traillng I t (itillr 'r
tlit pnlnl nf inlioiiIouiv T'homtai urnl
iilln 'r I, l ii,'l' |i i,.llll w ill Ijo IIv
4'r<(I bi .' l \ I Ill ii 4' lir lo r In, "" ,
Ili-.,r ile ll ,iirsv 1" II lnli lltry for a m\hiii i, ilt .ll \\iv.]# l' 'l- r ,' 4 Jliiin
lIIIH ilra''4 ll c lle 111111-lI. llvI li 'II itl(11ii

"T b, Te(imlK TOWER '



It Is rde of tihe bet
M trials, n bif5lck iuoryow,
Fully u ettsd., ad sold by
SrelliUlc dcalert evelmvhre.
MI&t tO rbTHE
TOWI o A CO. Lcmd,-:

*3. & '3 SHO.ES.
You onn savd trom $3 to 105 yearly by
wearing W, L. Douglas $3,50 or $8 hoes,
tlaIt hlivo boll com t-
tito t 5,l.c v he tilt -
IlI e IIv II I sitiI tI)f WV. I,
Hi li' lieIt.r- I rtly i vors 'i p dl
tie, l viii hvsglslM't u triie
all t krhor li.l r Iuk
Holl bi y I rltrckt l hlloo
hl i '-imieu s ae uo'lrchlert.
(ok foren cei e ilail L
,ll k i tot c i lotts l It. or
mle'ie l Iut. btotIl.g i i i
To I y hI ll l, I rl tk ('isr
l n (clte I1neal h tr i a .te

l Mhlp IIN-81n, ldylpvI< a i
di Ihi -lche over Ihitdo.I
f 'rt I s hlUeired eitlllllo
4IoIet 1 t 1P1u11, IIIL111

Nllaie hse It.l i 10 hll t A ll ller1te t lst n

culBs d I'III' u le.
4A r. l I very clllIeli-

i l t -iv i tnimr c r d y l i ir IM v H
frmOlIlllU fret I h Itt WlitlilliH OlltgllrlIO
ltlh h e un i u y Ine afly l -l

orled there ll Ii no c thlieInl f III

rielt h tir t will oln1t le b n flitcd or
curedtii Irli t oIvenHtllori i t of ltpanc

TuI lilIn. 'Phiyil ulinv kni uw iv li-in id
pit-ii l ighlily rt Ilvuet. M ll diKi gglat
sCll IllcIU L. 'I'lio Lvo criii pni linth ingit I
Inotighi Ilr nl orlld Ialy eitr viilio end
tlI1 0 miIlly lI 11t 11t. lxty < i"111 ruA iln i
I lioli i tsllild I thil ly fo i n 'ntlr. On l A
g1 o 'rliilly givt. s ril l r wit l i lt enty
hilliit hli.
Tin Oventa rn rt tl nds WaeL ine
AC0koss5-4 ul-D|nj8 ||N
1I(,l l r A h 11A1 dnKh
s laI ,of ILelSt h LUIIhnh


FO TROIrnrI TaI *AIoWRn QrJ'rlii"' !.
Tllrry-.llts Illnes t)llirteli t Itandc I rllure'np rt to
Ia lni Williln 'ir nitw li, ,,Ic rBxa -rslS
E i' I'r llNxIt, fleli. i'Pao ANK IDillas. i ii I 1a .

LannslnX ynur o"trtrlt. If le ilesays take I,
tesn Lmve It with hienl. We so 'hll In
J.. U. ALIL t'1n rwN e l, Masi.

The Watkns"Boy" Hay Press

Twor t yp an pelTral r In (no other rwr wnerd.
el Ps lle lair tIIh rrope rinlit Ii theP fleilb al IrI n
thelii i nl rt l o ilfalilnl tbo lt presdI. It duo. itest
ormole itiinle luan nl laos only O3. 'Wrilt4
us at Ilef rfr Clrelllar Nr, 27
E, LOWE CO., Atlanta, Osorgls.

a l a',d; wi Thompson's Eye Water
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Tih ti ,thelorlii out (o It. >pcilteft aitt a ina ,lo-T
by t"lin 1
i l,ml-v. siaw im r tr tleirro
n""eary Nli ..n ... ..i % iiI i n alil liat noa
nm.irl H..fi. ili is 1.1 l ek y v *111141
t nw eilt.e It te1'.ic .t % t ..) .
lily It et o y.,,r rilei ilnt. er einHtw l ti thea prile
Allirnam. CARP3NriFRi & CO).,
Louisville, Ky.

Southern Normal University
A. E. BOOTH, Ph. D., Prgudent.
I':nirorrmel y lihn nltai nt Telliellesfl Ie n l.to 4
all dlegraoms ttinl dlpl nilaet ceefrreld by ollegn
unit Ii lvmrHliIt FeIlle iitclllTer I full irun lperhn 'loc I.netllliK orin I scho
of Kin, n, o i1lihirn itli S#, i nti inI ,preq-enllllent as
eteih Tlin lIhil revltw em'ri, In I nln id. It at
feeel.l tli he i r rI lait 'rp trllnii thui ittllanlldnpoefl y,
fere tHmeilanloK or fir any oiliere IroFnn.lIn.
C:,lttge ,,f e nt let et14.Hlh, 1rlttll l.Tyiew 'ttlng.
Til#lRropllphy, iiri.h.M. l.llertnl Arlm. r. = lul.O,
4 rateery, ii ts i, I e- i f I fic rltne [ ll t llOtct OOlUear.
nioIllltine ltIt1elYcrrliy lilliltitiiKM I l.he south.
T'leir Iiiril i tr i i in li te 8,(I e per month.
HIIItIIII WlPl ll furnllt l'd rlen fairty t lill| y en0 s
i"r we-ek. 'I'illlnl lI'1 w Loeks .A) I. f paid Il
eilvaiise n f Ir Ill I yii ,r ia p r wclle tlifetOillt. l
tlItIn IIt'I jIy foleer ell i.xlillles for a pnhonl year.
Iiriinltiry aiidl ti,wl raielelncis furnltih sbundi3
nlt aelionlllnlitltttlis. (;ilnmiintty In thor-
itllgli anll Iyail oivit l+_rallo witll the UnTlTe-
Fliv thellr Ils r<>hinlh 4 ll ronqltl dnteer. anohr
,It lc iins of le Incr Illlhl tite IhI,nir l>y ptupl*l
riell lile liietllttln rl. Mfirco werk dlIioe here 1i
tenrLe tar thiiI aIt l other, Iin we, all thol onu 1
Ilek ton. Cole lin l I rt fir yeruiuiIef. Ml llt1i
pll'artnir it It It1 h rei eiif ft l1.6lle l iWet Polli)<
I M Vclllor, IeitnIUgiie'e frerc. ltIll torl no Ma
8" pV. 2j. 1w8. AllichHs l ilu I'rollcla.t, Hunnml
lo.n. T'rnn.
Give the name of this paper wHl.
writing to sdvertrler--(At. 37, 08.)



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pepls thaln I
and stay let
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"My mother was troubled with
consumption for many years. At
last she was given up to die. Then
she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
and was speedily cured."
D. I'. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y.

No matter how hard
your cough or how long
you have had it, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is the
best thing you can take.
It's too risky to walt
until you have consump-
tion. If you arc coughing
today, get a bottle of
Cherry Pectoral at once.
Thkrt es sH 2kc., l :.,41. All drellllsl.






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41 Soith ForsythSt., Atliata., q i.

Portable aend fSlAtIlonPry

Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
Oomepletoe lin cairrleetln ( ock fw
JMAf'.t~)IA r7 (ipmnta L. :
Irst ItOlatlnery, Iowest rIoS ans Bo t D Ttr s ,
Write us for catleral., pricu. :
etc., before buying.

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Thank Po-ru-na for Their
Recovery After Years of


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,e Gaiteuill8aTwice-A-/.e k Star, In HOW TO VOTE,.
,lIn politcs,-as in business, all are
D E. GODWIN. agreed that the east coast section is
"alive." Then the counties that
r,. and Proprietor.
iI... Proprietor. would wake up might score a point
ere Ari a by voting as this section votes; see?
Entered April 2S, 1039, at Gi-nesvile, -Titnes-Union.
Fla., as second-class matter, u,,ler Act of very paper i te Sate, that
Congress March A.a. Every paper i te State, that
cong arc. not ilu the "east coast section,"
Published every Tuesdaly and Friday, should reproduce the above para.
at $1.00 a year iii',lvance. graph from our Jacksonville coo- '
5o Cents for Six Months, temporary, so that the 'naumpect-
25 Centsi for Three Months. ing voters throughout their reapec-
AVI \TIS1Nt. IsN7. ,Live sections may not be Ignorant of
Local Readers in revere type, 5 cents of what the TliamesUqton's real
a line for each insertion. mission is.
Space for display ,.lvertisenicnis priced There are volumes in that little
on application. paragraph--only two short sen-
VOTERS OF COLUrBI. tences-fron the T.-U. To every
VOTERS OF COLUBI county in the State, however re-
. I notice in yesterday's Florida mote from the "east coast section,"
Index, published in Lake City, the paper owned by the -east coast
a length article from a recent king virtually says: "If you would
i-sue of TH GAINESVILL STAR, be 'alive,' if you would 'flourish as
tnder the caption "Justice Is Being the green bay tree,' and'hlosom
Outraged," etc. I notice also that t r bay re a o
Outraged," etc. I notice also that as the rose,' you must tote as the
the article is followed by a para- east coast section votes, e., vote
Sgraph which tries to warp my arti- for whoever this section votes for.,
cle into an argument against prohi- What does such advice mean?
tion, and that the paragraph (in- De it mean if the other section
tended to.mislead voters) is signed of the State will vote a the "east
"Tax-Payer." It occurs to mue coast section" votes the promoter
that the person who caused theof that sectib will convert the en-
article to be reproduced from THEi of that section will convert the em.
article to be reproduced from THae tire State into a paradise, or does it
STAR must be an ardent advocate mean i the other sections do not
of the saloons, and not willing lor vote as the east coast secions n
honest tax-payers to know who he votes, they will be tnade poorer
is, else he would not have signed through the power of the mighty
"Tax-Payer" instead of his real t o king? Has other. msc-
ttame.east coast king? Has other, sec-
name. tions of Florida been benefited by
Thow, Voters of Columbia county: the wonderful progress in the "east
The fact that Alachua county has coast' section" or not? Has the

a gone dy has nothing to do with city of Gainesville been benefited
the condition of affairs about which by the transferring of tourist travel,
I wrote in the article reproduced and everything else transferable, to
"i the Index from THE STAR. the East Coast railroad, and "east
,,This evil (accepting straw bonds) coast section," or is the reverse
,as existed in this and other coun- true? Are any other cities, towns
,;ries.of Florida for many years, and or sections, being benefited because
'" I' have many times written editor- the "east coast section" is "alive?"
ials denouncing the practice. If so we would like to hear from
There is not one-half the amount them, and if not, why should other
of crime being committed in sections be advised by an east coast
S Alachua county today that was boomer to vote as the "east coast
S committed before the saloons were section" votes?
closed-nearly all of our court TH STAR admires the pluck
scrapes now are caused by viola- and energy of the man who is con-
S tions of the law against selling li- verting the east coast section into a
quor. The saloon mene and their paradise, nad it admnires the pluck
sympathizes are trying to move and energy, and acknowledges the
earth and hell in an effort to make ability of the editor of the Tiumes-
i the public believe that there is Union, whose business it is to make
more lawlessness here now than be- his pen cry with a loud vice anmt
fore the saloons closed, but such is say, "Jacksonville is tlhe gltewa.
S not the case, and evely claim to to Florida, and the "east coast sec-
that effect is absolutely untrue. The tion" is FLORIDA. But we whli
straw bond fraud is a curse to any can not be in the paradise sliouhl
,' town, county or State, whether it want enough to remain on the out
S be wet or dry, aud I wtll denounce side that we can at least find fi
such curses if I have to go to jail leaves to sew together and hide ou
S for it. nakedness.
New enltlrprises have come Ihere We have not been able (and bui
S since tine snloons were closed, nild few are) to say as utichi in one
S others are on, the way. N.o legiti- short paragraph as the "east coast
mate busing ess hnia suffered; thie sa- section" booiner did iu the above
loon trade alonc has ltccreaed. The cunnningly worded paragraph (for
S autlorites are hling better now in there are volumes in it), but now
the inattel of nreluring good Ionds, Ihear the conclusion of the whole
as will lie understood by the fact nimtler: Let no man, or paper, de-
hat Edl. Johnson, the "'handy ceive the mlnsses into believing that
&'~,' 'oondsinaii" alout whiom I wrote mienn and measures now being advo-
in the r tucle .so e.agerly read by cated by the "enst coast section"
S "Tax I'nPyer." is This llour lying in boomer are altogether just who and
S the county jail lecaulse lie could what are most needed by tile people
nuot give :a gooml ioind yesterday. af other sections of the State.
E We are hiingigi the climninal.s to The Florida Times-Union will
S time; ithey are desperate, they are please copy. Ha, ha, hal
-.',i, dying hai Iinil dying surely. We We.
S have noL iclril cd the ltrnlber "A LITTLE UNPARLIAMENTARY."
of oflia.iis us "'Tax-Payer" In his speech at Puuta Gorda
would hIa y liev-we Iuv Stockton went out of his way to at-
onle a she.ifo city m arshal ale tack the Times, for no other reason
r one sheriff, tlr city innar.rhl ansl tldlnOn that it supported another canu.
o one night lplicepleiann, but they are didate. He asserted that the Tines
i ll wool and n yarcd wide, iIad are is "owned and controlled by repub-
{bringiii)! theL- oinglis to t4nne. lican corporation magnates." The
Ilext day while Stockton was in
'o(lt e Cltimnbia county: If Tampa he was publicly denounced
you wantlt It pol).isper as yon never as a deliberate and malicious liar,
i;have pil',er(dl,, nind lecomne ignore oil account of this statement, and
prtloud ol '., schools in Lake lie made no response, although he
; sw y e remained here two-days anlid had
Sale opportunity. And it is be-
l i n'xt Iu-stday by ca.nltig your lived that nearly if not quite all ol
halls .ai a aIuMnr calunity, for your the charges made by Stockton
towns, fi y-,,1mr flaniilies, for ed. would be proved equally false if in-
ucltioni, I,,r .l~ .nlit'y anld good or- vestigated. Now, believing the ed-
to i. 11 h ins c itor of the Star to be a fair, and
d tio, al i in s and o honorable man, we leave it to him
S auu.-nra, ,lt" ,il.l.re enemies of to say whether John Stockton is enr
the Ino-. lit-Illkn. t titled to any favors from the Times.
D. E. 1 We find the above in the.Ocala
r. lle canndi,!.rc a.i C'h ,,Il. I)ohgi- Banner. Surely there must be some
erIy, f,,a C',,:;a-,.'-. -,1l in,,tiubl y mistake about the credit, as no one
livi'- tite Alexanale .'at, rand could believe the esteemed Tampa
S therebyy Lmnak .i. tll,, 'Ci Tiues guilty of using "unparlia
S. cetilrai. t\vtlh 1oubgltitN uI,l ,)[ aienitary" language. Mr. Stockton
S the race it would K clearly betIIwe,. is said to have given the plain "lie"
Barrs and Alexander, and every. to Mr. Taliaferro at Punta Gorda,
. thilg at present points Barrsward. and that seemed to be about all of
Shiik speech that his enemies were
Sher Fl Pric. of I rival is burning capable of remembering, and their
I6t ald hlltia iiitl wles these days, Inotrty was shocked most terribly
a od if pouti-he nlTCh1 rain ecogh because John said it; Now who
Sink.oill the hlied ones can ca l believe that the Tampa Times
: ^i ^tim pL. 1th ui'ilc Iluraiing of tlre would be so "unparliamentary" as
gal'on, nachinie. Thiese burn- to "publicly denounCe a man as a
ings a .8Qt of tihe good results 'deliberate' and 'malicious' liar,"
front 61 Brya antd Sheriff or endorse the :aettlo of any one
.' Price's attu l % rmisnation to do who would? Surely .the Tampa
. uty ceto the Tiues should t he
lt.prp;i.p n j e le -,of onpe twho "
.. a flwca ; t ,,. ,it',

at its source tie miiniaters Ive 'ria- itaa .aat 'ahea..rain N,.. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullnan sleepers between
'dnn Ikn ,,"h... .Ly'cl LILch pJ Tl,,acksonlville and New York, v a Richmond and Wasnington, Vestiblld
'Ltshould nol deinir. h' ist noTi *Gtet rope! J a". a" mb it int I-ntnt tite -lir tilcl a between Jacksonville and. Washington, via Richmond. Cafe diaiig
Undertaken a big jo), but they aGet a rope!'' cried anl angry smob pl'-.It-11ts a Ililia aa',,R3-.- al aI l', Ir I. t',-, rrice- fro ml Jacksonville.
should not despair. It is a good in Chicago Tuesday night after- a C"t rlft 'I i.i, I n I N 6 -aoaral Mail, day coaches, ma.nil, baggage and e pre cars b
Of Lr ya buldill, -ta; -i a las ( ai, r a. 1 Iakanilla lala ashiington, arn drawing roonil Pullan sleepers betweet Ja
work that the, hav'e r rtu nertaken I negro had shot and killed a Iv. er.a, :." a. II' -ql-l a ntI 817 that a11.11 all n ad New York. n
d i worthy of i t white man. But what of that? No no known lodiirl ,.' n ia,..rv w,,,ilI 1.0 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and intr
Judging by what some of our ex harm to lnc negroes in Illinois, ll l changes say, we are inclined e is it? I f sent thepur-It ailer for Key West and Havana.- Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdays an-I
changes say, we are innchilre'd an tire I is it? hi 'sent P1tsjihal4 Thllars.da-, il p. Ill.
opinion that somebody out side of ll cONEL Ass't Gen. Pa. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flopriohda is very anxious mbot who Lee county will vllote on the -rle % n:-..v V rTWo.. e. C C()2lJl, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
Florida is very anxious about wino liquor question tomorrow, annd Ca.-l y--\ at riatr .la, 11. hartip
we are going to send to Wasniing-I Colunbia county niext Tuesd ay for I,,' ],,1.aI v..la'
ton next time; but let "somieborly 1 Co lunbi v s nts i ------- -
ton next time; but let sonbo May the right prevail, aid thie sa- M.'s.. ,Jy- .M. ait.. I., Drl't I." ,
sweat; it's Florida's time to say loors be driven froi both couities.o 'L0 ti,'rl-.l-t',lgin1 It t,'.,Iller'
who we'llasend. Cam-ltlilt. (iali,'t.iLow ti ag.nr ainesville & G ulf R 'w 'y Co
-- A erica's-Cotton is usually 'el- dot',.- Pl'h llath..II i.a lrn.sa.. I
onSuri. W. N. Siheats, State oed by allnationiis in the 'ast, e l --A Time Table in Effect July 5, 190,3.
Superintendent ooned by all nations i the Elast, iXi a -ua)aa. IM I
buit right about nowv the Sultan. of o tah.t.. 'Ia- ",' "k- h .
tion, has the thanks of the editor Tunrkey would rather totee our 1. a I '' I
of THE STAR for a copy l.each of L I,, lDaily. D STATIONS. Daily. Dai y.
his Bi.ennial Report for two cars Admiral Cotton.nt' --l l,--.a ',, tlaa D.%ahoaIoa. nelr iSy. n
ending June 30, 1902, and tile Arclie Covington, a negro mur- wota.at. --Pu. .. .-I
Standard Course of Study lor the dealer who was to be hung in Jack-. ,I v P. Lv A A
Public High Schools of Florida. sonville today, has been granted a or -. ,Il 1 ng i n cc n -.. a -r-- .--. A-..- .i 'r -
respite for thirty days by Gov. Jen- lo'e and rowi r. it of alt ntment.-- s. .. outhnamde i.
Some of the State papers, and nings. Atchlson Globo. Hickman ....... ....
many citizens, lend encouragement f -. -- -' iopy.1. .......... ,a
to the blind tiger operate .s by tIfthe "lie" is unparliamentary Jacksonville Ih s beIc Ar ill the 1' .. Tacoma .. ..... ........ : .... .. 12
their attempts to treat the viola- language when used by Jno. Stock-I hands a the sol ier ,a' hi. w-k. : -c ..... I )
tions in a humorons way. ThoseL to why ist,1int .unpn n,11eutry"1. rti it0 ile. r -t .a "t :l" a i 'i'" l-
when.ued by.is Rocky,.o1at... ... .. ...-----------...
who really want the law respected when used by hins enenies? pul:lic SCil, I. ail. tol.uarilu I 4J .7.. I.. : ): ::
can see no fttt- In the violation of Ohio's Democratic State. cam- eV'e vY day.XV 7 1 .......r- 2..... .
it.- aign was opened at Akrun .. 4u. ^ ,7- ..- S" n .?.I
The OrlaiWdo. ord hps beere- wednesday. The rsto nwas0tL a oii
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if not quite all of the charges made I NBW VA NT LAWd. c. ". .
by Stockton would be proved fatse The news from all over the; l".'i..titi ni' two la IsB? ofr upper .
if investigated, why -does not the State is to the effect the Calvin va- and iIIdecr .iurvyttars in 1iigland th line ,
Times investigate and- prove their grant law is being put ii focal. lI of i,an'r-iito, It- drjt with evtn
Savannah there is a. wide field for !wr 1wi lhan i~sv'. tiaw
flat y, its operations. There are him o me n.aii er l a-i w..* as-. ilf the "Star' referred to by the dreds of niegros who do nothing. i it i. :1, t. a1:.- E.: dhie o .t* ItAAl & 4
Times is the GAINRSVILLR STAR, They live upon the product ; of the ths ,. ,, ,l,. ,.,,,,, a" 1 1 P 'J In* n eu V ..D
we thantk the editor' for the compli- toil of their wives or by disreputa- served tir uIn. til- :ln.a. In I-, poit -
meat.-be pays us by saying he be- ble means., if rigidly ntorcd wi r i, ,i l,, I ,.... ,,,- o -
The law, if rigidly enforced, will poasead (fimovi% llr.I ai;Ml,,,.IT 4 a, Lt1.9lls lle
lieves as to be fair and honorable, be beneficial to working negroes, as I chuabcrn, vah.. i, ,.:. ,"". ,.t,' not I
and will say that we do not claim it will relieve them of the weight to sLure liuai. I h.. Ul
that "John Stockton is entitled to of contributing to the support of belowh10,' 1 lt1 ,1, ;lar" t l l.-' i 1 ,l a ,
any favors frotu the Times," but the worthless members oi their ltriolrs.-,. .' .,iri- .4 n h
he is certainly entitled to fair play, race. It will also save thousands of :, *-.,'- 111
cetil dollars in food to the whites, out I ii-- r,, Fi r', .i:'...:rd '.l.ir "U-
and if the Tjmes, or any other pa- of %hose kitchen this idle class is aud, i-a-.. .a ...-a,.I,,,r t., i... p. i "
per, has denounced hiiii as a "de- fed. for lhr oti.. a. ,l '.,: .- ,.i.,n -u. A TS T
liberate and malicious liar," the There should be. no distinction on uncl.a.k,,i. A.1t lit- i. ,r;,:1at al,-yV thl; 1 i
paper so denouncing him should made, however, in enforcing the "hOi*ot.l.... i-a ?t'a,',,- liml 'o .l-e If M AS
never again mention, as being vagrant law. W hite men, who regun ir inat li.n ,'-. at v.'iil i vilaitli. -..
never again mention, as being "tll- are always "looking for work and tsivanf ui tlt. ",i." liat-.." ,' c' U4I/ n +
parliamentary," any sentence of praying to God that they will uot de to arnt. l a. oltl' "-l. itl 4 a,ilt. m.I'.*l lI
Stockton's speech at Punia Gorda. find it," should be given the bene- rr tlhm to arait t,,:,, :, aa t ,h*, wo o
fits of the law. It will do them naslers, oa ili ll ,th .I l..h i an, -
WgREK GAMLING ailgS, ood if it forces theinm to work, or duchaasors ferai at~ 'tir, hin Ir di- Y all A hA11
The following is a part of an edi- it will do this country good if they pleniens or douiiblJos lais.aiii, n' inlo ilow V. l
trial from the Savannah News, can be run out 6f it. The negro i JV
and we trust none of our readers vagrants are a danger and a .thli..,lg I a H.
nuisance, and the white vagrants.P 1n hi -e mira< ,, i,.,,,3 ih,' llgt is MON f 41 ..
will fail to read it: are a disgrace to their race. There retlh'-te, yI. t .% a h ,." ",l -il .i r arl -
aifl tlgpllt of at' ltii. liar l ll I i-at llII
"The ministers of the gospel may be an excuse for the negro, light n Ista i rl,.u -a- ,t ,,.,itlltitii.
touch the right key when they but there is none for a white m an. mpdi (in. Ilaga',. i1 i]n i t, nl hli li i .
preach against private aind social -Savannah News. the oriinlinl. 61++4t*6t* *- *j* .*r-+.^' tVt+ o* irtI.t o
card playing for gain. It is doubt- Georgia is setting other Southern TLhe ,l ,I'J L I lh"Iaiihig u. F;- i-' liS-1 lt
ly -C u' m ilraln',l lIy u l .'tlt l .... ,,' IlI,'
ful if one person in aw- hundred of States a good example in the mat- glas, i),.l.i-., iI,,. iili., i -------
those who game, began it in the ter ,f how to treat vagrants. strniifg, r it uiint-t I,,. 11ai t.aI.:t ,'k. ESTABLISHED 1869.
gilded gambling saloon; it is the Florida should Ly all mean s take en i,,t,-i .y I i a' hi,; ,:, '.-.-. l a-. 1 .
AU,, ,. diva,;11111, -,,, i .... l iu. FP-'
private card party, the social game the hint and not be behind others iutc"-i ,, rI,.- rh al, iaal, I H F DUT TO, ON &, CO,.
of chance that stimulates the desire in this important natter. Georgia Tlcrve iar r.-ally th:-'. a-.'.--n i, n :a.
to get something lor nothing, by is getting a move oi hei- vagrnuts r- '"'... .. "v
I g+-- alaa. r,-" ;.. l a"a' mleoa `tmenAINE5VILLE;
chance. And then the craving for niw, itncl tho.se of them wlo vW'iLN faa',' ,r tII I" -.: ,........ ,,,i i 1:.,, aa .lia ).'l .Dpar n tm e nt
games ot chance becomes strong, rather die than to work (or iunainy lowrhr still h. a lilt II1 l-iii' n rLA.
social game; of cards, raffles and of them ) will sper, tilie coming m"" 1.1, ,: l i ,- 1-,:'" -,,.. ,, H hp, i pa \ pt l l n l
the like will not satisfy t lie wooer winter ii ideiness in Florida, aid fetlay ,111 1 a a,'.,, I,,1,, ,, I- ,,,l I p... l (r [On I
of the fickle goddess and the gan l) at the expense of our people, if siital- t'i .' I:.in i rl r..,I a t ..i .i
tiva-' t-alirall 2-1-a- a hI'll, I _. ." in Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
ling saloons are sought. The step thy are pertted to do so. n eed or Lnt or mall uant
from the social game to the profes-. vagrants let Florida say, "*Move on .js not t,,' -"a, .a '. I .1- -hi I .\Advances made. Warehouse charges free.. Firm offers
sional game is not a very long one. or go to work."
U ,,. .. ...t.ea l'a f "la b iy)., at l y l e t t e r o r won c s o l i c i t e d .
but once taket:n it is alinost imupos- WH HEARD HIM SAY IT? Ito vl4'L .^ '., 114ind letter or wire. Correspondence solicited
sible of being retraced. It is a yard tlihe'lr i n, i i r ii r,.l i ,--.. s. .\n
Alongside of the great utterances I lnr., lf'il -"a Ia lIa r- a- l0it in :.- -.
going and a thousand niles getting of the great inen we have qu tc.d ii i t,,a la .,ai ., li,.r h ilt
back. The vice of gamblling i- one I)ow insignificant appears the criti- 'hiitia.llhl' Io.r a -l iii t .' aar *-t `' .i..44 acccceagees[Ceic e
of the most seductive anid in-sistent cismnot Mr. Stockton that the news- f v ly -.-l I'. 1" i .ly whoe ESTABLISHED 88la --a1D
to which poor humantll aire rs sub-. papers in Florida not supporting vlo,.a. .: ... ,, i. I. THE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
Ejected. It s worse than the cra'- him have parted with their influ- l .l,, ,, Florida.
t ing Ior istro dr inkt a indth e ufi- etc ': for a consideration. I t,. r,-,li;:., 1i,- a" "a,,aul. I-ha. nrtilalI, '" O alnesv i le, Florida.
wig for strong drink, and is cum- ei t.." o I'tie rll na', t,' li'r i a i lna'rl, ha The question of title a first consideration for thie investor.
W e hope he did not iL nke thi r ... al t i, 1t ifl. I ii, rI t-.l I -m il r o piece f land n 1Alach Coi nty
parable only to the drug habit siueielntt for iL is ,n unfortu, at,. ., ,,, .i. ; .. a ,r a o b l utr airy piece oulrris, e,, Cont,, AAlca tonI
which, once acquired, is alnst al- statinent for a aslirig for gi,_t ,.,- TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. P AID. All hniness given propt and careful
ways a permanency.,.high office to make will react ,i1,, r ill.. it IL", ,,l,'. I Attention.
"Gambling has rightly becn call- upon hinl with icreasing weight n. rI l" ,,,,1,',. ,,,, 'ill n,. ,,. .
Gambling as rightly been call- Vho believes that the Lce'- i s:' B.R. COLSON, Manager. -
ed a universal vice. No nation h.as Cunty Tiues-Democrat, th. *' '- 1, ,I -."Ila-a. ", a :>.' es,
ever succeed in wholly suppres-,ing cainesville Star, the Polk Coirnt\ i l. ,,',1O d "i I I,, a, I .. ,,a
it. The reformation must be a News and other newspapers anden'*- nll r t1 1 11.IL aIl..lVa." L' I ,allI .....
moral rather than a legal one. In Ily advocating Mr. Stockton's elec '.."-. -.
e the United States where the will < li r ar. d oinion- ca la Bar none. cain- -,. a, -- at,, ,, .
whim of a jury is in r ny instances WVe have seen it somewla:re stat- '111 ia, it ,,i ., .I ,, ,,,1 1 ww3
lie law, punisiih-nent canunot elie' cnrr is i ..i.. at'i I.iii- .i B- i.' A i ,r
te law out 6 ga blers went cannot s e ed-dtln't remember trl what paper his ra-,.:so a.. I ,,,, -,. J L X
Sthe joutry to gen are guirs when sotle -that olh Stockton had said that "Y s,.. I t ony Schedule Iffective June 28, i903.
*. E161FRi ey e".I v paper in Floricla not sup11i)lITieIlse-8 01-3
ft,.i-i" thtennielves; possibl- i I a I txi P P lful ac.outil-si ,.a Ia '.h 'l--a y --. -.- .- -
pora,,ig haii wna a stbsidized organ knw,. a in aWv.' ll lak.., c "n1 r Z.. I I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 I 34 I 6,
sr -gree than the accii r tt ipp net Of rse no one n"tck wv-,.i- Ol,.- ..i a ,,,n,, il .,. r. car- ,'- a .- h "1> 3 tap iJ v I Jacksonvillne Ar o 50 a 7 15a 5 or
nevertIlieless. T he judge t-i Ilr l o 1ry 1 a iiia I .- t i 1- ,ii-liali to a I s A5P 5 3 4 P Baldwin .0. ... 1o i2a 6 308a 4
S nh ltioeless.exp o judge a, altet that Stckton ever umade h n hi I ,3 a ri hat ift .If.ro -1.SP 5 13P .. V. aldo-.. 8 2 oa 4 048 2
r becl, may expound the 1,h v --li t-i t I I, .,, I i G",, *>.^ 5 IP H. .8 7 5 3
Ssi ,t .I, a ,wet-pinq statement, and vet I tart aw..y i. hia,.,t I lmti. it 1 36 Ar GAIN VI 7 53 3
lt e I ,roecuting attorney nra. ,i at i fo.r. 1 a ii5 .361) Lv iGAIN S IL 7 53a "
w o a w\e I,....ve that no uone.idoulbts that for l s 7 55 Ar ..- Cedar Key v 59 1a
trti,- his vocal cords in argui ii. I aa -at Na I hher. IStockton i1:rs h iii -Ia o l j I h! aIl 1 Silver rig -. .
jury with respect to it.,d t, I lit c, arI an to ko) n a s t a nia 1. . Ocaia o1 55 12 li5,
t c m e e r c o arvt. .'itsJizetl, and woald support habit. 'I3' it. aud yuS willnl in. lor ro-2O -. :.) 2 1 J . W ildwoold 12 238 1 i, 5,1
thr combined eort in if they could get more money aR ulubrella." 20 :t .. Orlando G7 oop r 2.
a verdict of guilty where the jy t do so. I i I I Plant City 9 23p i
ien tt iik kindly l g IThe' trouble is every statement o Tale nius..qtiluii ai i i ,.ti' prl:y mnut b "' i Painetto 4 45P 7
Ire'rdit l 'a a lrni, Manatee a a te5op 7 so 7
liug b.en.se tiey do it th lle s. Stockton 's that can possihk- he all over ta' a,,'hl. arid I- fulild from 11 i2 3,ap Sarasota .3 00
tn le preachers an-c on Iliu- e -ii it ulno irp l amo Lalrhptari l. il, .-it a- I. is a ,O .. .-.' h- iO, -\ Taranjaa -. Lv 3 ooa 2 ,.- i
t'hek preachers are oi n ih i right warped into an improper one is in- r is i 1,a I 8 oop s,- r- aa..oR
track. ne p neto r i ght gain t ig clnustriously worked by his eieumies, Qultioes in so3 ao Ira l.....il.' In South .RTI .\ND EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56
is where iit originatesd, a llat, as a d ,anvy things he says are giv'n Anlereli th ht Ih'l r h.le..- i. it lr, li oanue I "lacksor,,-,ille-- -5-e ......3 40 9 '
we have said, is in te meanings that were not intended by with i ilir-r lt ,. a-r I e r .. I, .\ r Pelrira liia ka i ,a ko 0P) Ar Li ake City .- 35 5 "-
social games of chance for valuable in. If you believe he said of the tile had oluly laig Ift outa. whidh .\r Saiiiini 2 urp 5p Ar a ive Oak --- 55-7 P 5 t-
considerations. Professional gainb- press just what he is charged wi th h cover wil a dkarctlier. Even ar lari 3 1 a Ar atlisoe ..... ... 9 55op 32 '
Slers, that is those who 'r ejust call for th e inrgel wtho tIal i traa ih,. d at 'l a -y ,t ,r t- r ir a 573p 2 58 Ar Tallahassee 9 4 3
gaines, are few; but the co1n I heard him say it, and see who will ed by tir,, proltascls. .r (-all11ena 7 40o 5 54a Ar River Juncution .....
firmed, unprofessional gamblers .\ l,,,,t 9 a55P 8 05a Ar Pensacola ..... ..-1 5-'.
arc many and are to be found in -nswer. ci Aan.ltin. '" \ lll-nagilt .... 12 05p Ar Mobile .Y
about all walks of life. Nine of 'lWhen Ed Johnson, tlle negro wir' (tnlaltag with her husband be- .. -hi 3 9 "' 29 ,51',
ten of this class, if unestioncd, blind tiger operator who has been things uthat ,ll Irae p s,), I r 3 to your o t -n, 35 3 2 Aacn .. -. 5-
would probably admit that their going on so many bonds for others wire nanil thait yu mIlnht purLi yso foa r ir a ihiugton 10 o 3a8 3p Atlanota--oo-. ....... .7 5-.l
first winnings or- loses were ata of his kind of late started to jail he'; tn..ra-a a a mlai antoy L.artl- ..r II ore .1. it 2 I 25p N ashville- ... 9 P
social game, from which they drift- yesterday, we thought of thIe ex- different, aaIaho .la yair a,,i nolhling. New Vork 4 rp 6 30 t Clotionago_------ 7 ao
ed to thie gambling saloons. pression, He saved others, but nu:Ilnil--.\ .1 lrM ,',r f my fTfee- i ri a. .. .... a..I..._....__ -__ 9 '
rn tackling tihe gambling ea il himself hIe can not save.'" tion for yaji., ,a ,le I -lilaJd. allt.cltaails tr l'mnetto, Manatee. Oieeo ad Sarasota, on 3iu except Smal-





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