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 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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: ~L' 'V:C3 TO T r 1- 1.F II-,T3D FOLITIC&L I3TTEI3RE8T OF tWi'rx%, M ST.A.TE.


M ER N OIL AND Aged Episcopal Minister Passes PLAININ AND Preaching At Bapti Church By
CHEMICAL CO Away "ere. O IN M N Presbyterlan Pastor.
CHEM ICAL I tLre %. teir-ge \W % ihnolir, aged seventy- COFlN COMPANY liiiing tile last three miionths tlie Iap-
.. i three >ertf, ,lil ill this ciLy yesterday Uti., I UU fl il Mthodist and Presbyterian denorn.
--- i'Ltcrrnuo aL 3.30 o'clock of illamnation .. inlton, in ll tIhe city have Ibeii uniting ill
of the ln ig.K. Rev. Giltiolur hail been a J) Li'ayiJ eight union services, preaching
Is Now Manufacturing and Ex- resideit of Jick-stvillefor the past year, Work I'urgressing icdv 1) lbcing it otle chchal one titeli, it another
tracting- Paving Business. havig coe here frou Gainesville. F-a Buildings For FI r t lie time, and so on around.
I lt. -le~.i a i nnl oI ne Iiaghlter, Mrs. o Thl'tse services have been the meallns of
... L Ru.' ll. toiii. .m their klss. I--- inalinig the church going people of the
EXTRACTS MONlEl FRKO WOOD Il ,1,, i'"" lI, rita from IcW, lL v to attend te various churches, heor
iT ngiiSON F \l, iinI II,. 11. IIII'I wi a rsi- 'II.I. BE \'AILXA1iLE I'I.ANT th (le different pastors, and get Ietter Hc-
ielnt oi l A\lA IIIIi, iouInt. lie wHasor- a inted with each other. The nieet-
The Plait a Costly On But tis I""-I er itt t I i-1pijacoilal nigad hinave betni enjoyed by many, and
The Plant a Costly One But Is tirch,,l, ,r, e- f,,r -eil charges Mr nager Riles aid Vicc-Prei- ,, tt i,,,i,,ich good has Ieen nccomi-
Making Money for Owners 111 tiha lioumity :itnd oipil t i, of tihi e dent Wynn Are Iloth liere plilshed by thleii.
-Manager McArthur. i' le ti'ii of epush k '1 lie last ulion hrvice for the season -
I ti-Managr McArthue wa a ielltlT r c i c Pushing The WVork. until next snnii --wars held lat the Inp.
The Anierican Oil aiiel ChII iicIil C.om- ('Irisii .i .i' l li1I excelle t neighlbor. lie Tllie fnlie.tsvillh I'lnii.iiillg n, Coiltl. list church last .unday night. Thie pus-
ptny has a plant in tils city that is a lhadn a great 111:1m y frieals in ail pairs f Clompany, will uoonl hI\v' tiln: lLtiir-- tois anid flcksb of the tliiee clarches were
wonder, and a money maker. The bust- tie State, who will bi lpaimnel to lienr oa bIailiings completed iand lI, really t. .Ig, present, andl thle large church was I \cll
ness of the company is to l niiitilallure hiii I'lnet Th're ist fe\\ \ ears of hi- life to niintiifactiirinig collinss aniI l.'.dilng in filled throtighout. 'astor Itay, P'ieshy-
the various products ol ite p ine, tiechi .s hle lad elrcii illtont his eyesight, hut lie Idre.sedl lnilner. teliani. preialched, nilt mainnll who sere
spirits of turpentine, s ul, itute lfor inr- lial h I,-rine Iis flliction wiit fortitude, j Mainagr I. 1 ]Rales .ina l \'Vie-J'1r:.i jipre tent priirounced in one oif his allest
pentine, creosote oils for dliiinfectnlts, ma,,i \s wns .ilwt%- rlihe-rl l intl companion- deu I. t F. 11\ \ ,a I ,re hith li Istiil I-, unl effot.l n ndl the music hy' the choir uiii
tar oils for making soaps, would prise atile. boith art' hiere p l-ii.g i eHi waork. lThis coigregationi was excellent. I.rlring the
era, tree and plant sprays cble counting. lr 1ii i .1 ,Ir ,l .e- \'ill lie hell froii -t I i, o e,, I Ii' I .-It ili.~u, it l I .s I. rl tol fall %%iiil a winter there will he services at
creasote paints, etc. TheLn pru. luoc .n~e A,.\tld-'e, I.a ,i.copal church thisi- fteitrnooln a ,irll.ie ill i .a 11 i.n tili \\'l ie t I e ei ch I ll" t( IL cIII l ii-rcl es ever S' u iliy'
secured by first exlncIling itt- l11111t1 iu tl.- ->i t .3.> ,clo) ck. ,-'cv. t're'sair ill onlici- otl ilp ^\get l.tl.t l.-l.hvl I i 1I1 ii nght
stance front rich (lel plnl or wJiat i- ,iI-. -i. Il w-ill be rsibtl. el l. IRev. v. \\. gi,,. IIulI, l t .a i I.1gc iraiit!e ,f -- __I__l -i
sometimes called fIat lihghinw ,,,, ,inil ilithei hln g, ll s T le followiiig. IIaIII il Igen tl- Itle.,i thl IlIL it ,>il111 1111 n.U ,l i Ir.l ie .
separating the various prodlit I. ,I li.-11t- I| iL.11 ll a I .t I Ip.llleariers, an.11i are asked ll tlea c 11 l a I Rl %. ir11't of St. et'rIsburg '- in
lotion and other mneal n., il i -eet i at lthi e-;tallslllm ent of I.' ieial lit .i-i i'. l L i ii .
S The wood is pl.iced ill i rniint.el.- i .t.:1 l irec iI 'liatIles .\. Clark not later anna \ rielis 1 lie i t M T. I' ow f A1rclier .1pe t la
retorts aid the su .bstanct- xtiitcrcal tihLn 2. o'clock: lltrti~ Balliitt, I rank Wil- a, li niid -i ion, ga itl rl i i, ,in o l ight in tlh city.
it in about the same 'way that lie llriii1s li~iIs, i.. Iair-ioins, N I. i lwys, Williiain t, ;:amtSilll t. ith the ,t I.nr\ ti .\lr ilt', )' Ci -ur load of buggies jtust arrived anlt oir
is taken from crude timpenitiite. Tlie iiI lev 11ni.1 C Carn. f,..n, i tht AIl.hul ciii i ,A -1ale tT "l lhoilaRis' tables.
plant is a costly onei, but is without Tlie hIo.ly lli lit eent eimbalitedl, anl will airs. II. C. Parker was in the city SatindIla
doubt, a mlonrey-nakel. Manager ,\. J. iep>.e a1 lie .t:hapliiel o Clhirles A. Clark _-_fromnt h hoi bie at IaCrosse.
McArthur is a hustler, and st-eems iti iiu. intil thi- aftrumoon atit clo'lak 'Titnie- Advetl ed I.Letter. l{ave your clothing cleaniedl alt t)wen
dbrasand everything aboul thlie Itiinea s. I'nliion, S',..I~ I nlhl-r ..' loyal's )ye \\'irks. July 14, tl
Those who have not .i-tted tthis ],lat. rt .i.t of adv.-ti.,-Id lI.tti,. rem lnnita t i J, l iule retunliedl Stlrulav aftel-
h r I o the .,iilesvilIr-. ] la Io,'t..ilif e St]tt A.-.
any other like it, should gU olnu .'e Iit l D ied Sunday. I190 ;. Ilr ) cailigi^ .' ife hil Acrla ofreeve n
Sll..iil.- it i l',lik<.sii. age, I i eight ndt. a(v t er L It. l, it ii.- .-ls' () ,''ll n A car ItU llll W ovuti5 just received urit
Snakes and Politics. e, Itl ll.,tlar.t th e lione of it I r 1 t it n lr uit at'l Ot h uell' tables.
"Mr. I. J. W illia.n.-., l. I'adlol la er i- noi t a r. i thii city, SuindRay u tlont a.% l[ I' Miller. wsho11 la beta i in" New Vori'k
dropped into our sanctuiAl iev We lI.nesl .l 1011. l,, alrgar el eaevLenl weeks, is expected houie today.
says the Suwan mee DRn.iCil,. i .. 5.ir : Ma i Is ikci t ill 'ueTii la. nd iienal ved hi lav 'as je i. i I'luir "roi o II l reinl. NeAt to Brown.
.A ted a snake story thai i' hIail i. ,,- l ,,l- l I ,I ,l.,.,. vini .1r l.ail e Ir. .li,. l i .Ii i 11 l. i H lol sC, Nt I. Ilh it of Joir e vier. t
A few days ago.one of hlis IvA .. he i i t'li. lcial s..r\ ,as were conducted Ihnr LStokese, Mi. C.s I. ii,. hi\s M. J. 1. Jo ville u,
rattle snake crawl e ait o N gi 'llia ri II ,] 1,111 lie. ti li h icii tie -te l seiel's mthother I, ,li ig h s1 Illi,, l visitors to aI niin s-
andl as he was a little -iake lutiiigr ,I,:- .M,,,-,i ,ii ti -I nl .an, it irtnternienit itsli. t. ', 51ii-.,, I, I t l i \ I ,t u ti c I i- ill)y.
cidedt to capture the ieptile. Wh\\')oi i h in ( i r -s. J R. Williamn one of thi co tilty'
dug down to the Iotiolt i it *li .,.: t ., t'. ,,ltii.t..r \ is ile- ollficiat- .. l al- ii t l inllesr men, HH in t;lGineH ville
found the snake, btt lI.I nll, I lh t' ,, i .in I, i tl ,it l.-I M Clenllan waits J..Ni' I P h' l I on iulI incsi yets erday.
There were four otliti cl riti i .llia k -i Ii- ii i\'. '.a.ll -III,, I., t re i %.. il'. ,ili. i-,.
twelve small ones, l ankii t i-S .' i. -I *1, I ..i ,,, n, a .. MarsC.l'.h k li alI Ca. I 1i. i a of frtlst ir.ca I t l r Iuckvl hI or e a
tweuveksal lutaheiitls j\1t uIn- % VeaIl itt mansale at
tiers altogether, diiciisiIg ill1.w I 1..- I iA i -,*~- ., l s i.;1 i, s -i. a it New ssThom' tttl. V.a. It. J hn..-,,i., I' A -.il "Tlou t tables.
situation in Floril p.,da It'r .a.ll .l fie 1 tit I t1 iiit( i 't ii t tli.r ',1 C11). C it' tl-, 14-a- Maiialb K..F dwIl J J Godwin of Monthrook spent
kill snakes with a vc(Itc.ii iL' n ii .\' I .I I 1 i ll, i] l, ,,, l s.lIi lne Iler.eaa ti 1rr 1 tJhe 'tl, ithe guest ot hi s
one was defunct, ieu lie ,i l llli., rll ll l'li 'l l i J o r, l) I;. E h.I h d iia.
his wagon and went :- hi- i, i M. l wpper\. silaLle for iurpliilng
joining." Ilurie Alve pi iroiI 15il cLs. t In iiitaredl or a5 1i r 5
l_ ---- c-i- tels.,, lt l'Il ST'rA officer.
In 1 1i l Il i li i ',1I L' IIB \ a'cL ,i ,' '
StealligR Lows. I IIit T- lThe A1.cl of4it ii-aalitt. I' \Villard, menriir of tthe
Peter atild Abe l u lel.ldg tl ,, .c... li' tis 1' ig I a In Rome Air i .11 1i'1i ll,\,is titii',t of hI I.-egilaltinr. wrs i 1i the city Saturday
men who had beell rsln l II 'i,. ,Ie. I ,i r li il.-. i, girdle allow i that lll ih ai lIntnt ou ir n his hoi e it O)sceola.
Ill 1 11 11 1' % h o 1 ,rk Of HL lii, lit I>I l(,. W \'l l n li n IVo C T h t. largest l iii ih est o a siu eso villle i nowfar-
Point neighborhood., 5le I-~ h 1 h l i ,a- % i ll. is \'tl, a ll t li tllie at tis- tt., t It r n a1 o afiia l il' irllin'. I'li It vi li.e took ll aever la r it anghl to aao tine le is nlow.
city a few days, age i ls 1 11 -n fi lh e first c t u -, ,of lilt-e l l ,ut to ill tu i> t uln i,'i-t, si% u %' ovor ainl olerea lfor sale at W. t. Thomas' stable.
Pinkosou, and w-ere rrIl iia il I I t l .lir li II I inlat oiiii ae tlai i ttit in riiit he ia ito to f-i.ilt I fi f rlends r. iand Irs. ague Strickland of
Judge Colman on a ,luaiwa te- 'liI ,,it I,..I ,, ii ,-I it, -we llI. a il i 'lint an h n i't ad t lilIal il tlilrr .Iiu a' '1 'huiiam the r-o th s r
Cows. They were re iiilI I.. II 1n. n ,li, ., |lit% ..liilt I Ic triCed t( dhl -L-rved n Ipur.l)(,l'- n.iinit'.i'a tII lit lu'raihis sscere a ollong the shoppers who
the action of the grail jil) I l ,,i, ,,Ill1. n ilec ,ell chitlit, l)it coullitl 'lli'tri ter., of i-ourn-, la ut ni Iurpt .i' ui v were il the city taturdlay,
gqve bond and were rel.osil IIie I ,.i i .I 1 '.I -,lit IIII. n of sian,l inid erthelinis Ii s isliren of tiserliitnlitNl did l'rreli mncats, groceries and vegetables
S lIt i s i fr hell, i u i ot and lilro. it wir; ligurntil\ -t of Canll, sl Iiil your orders or 'phone for
SI tilt' i- l- l or liei lp, t prolaerty. \W licit l L Uinli or w'ulm urfput.' list you wanli. J. G. Harrol, '['hone
Likes Florida. jll .,it t IIi tnc .,lliher o, t ill Cl ed off h or her gIrdl. s itS i kei of No. 25.
A. C. Hicks and wife,rof" .:ilr, 'c Lre .,ii.I \U;l .. w. i',. hlurrci l inniler siveli- n ielatlonnllll i of oIIIP rI'lb pi or I.rlvll goK.. Ilon. T J. McRae of Hllwtllorn was In
shopping in the city ye-iLeird a) r .ii t l i t uii r ati ,11i.l, Int1 i Ir a ileIel e lie i wn al w idosw oif IhlI p I tit ofI Bur- i the lty I rly and ~ull turdily, having
Mrs. Hicks are nativ-i (i f I liit i.i. i ak i I) iil 1ili)i aitI C.clisigliil l to a giindy. for In tlltn.'-,, i'iiiitii-led hr-r con i t enter his bu t in Vaist Florida
Mich. hut have bou tlil a loille L l 1 .l- i kIiluI rli tI iI\'te. iltl.t ol succuRfuo la I "aslou 1 "ll lit ng it li .r I I,,) %,ia

roae, in this county, anidl inuvct.I Ic, it
from Michigan a fesw wsekr ago
Mr. Hicks likes Florida veiv nlll.chl., icl
is trying to induce some ol Ihi n 51i':iigal
friends to come here also

To (o Again.
Major W. R. Thorias returned uoly l
few days ago with a car loatl cf lirst-cl, sa
Kentucky horses aunt nlliles, but thiey )tie
nearly gone-having been isol read il% -
and the Major will leave the latter part
of this week and go againL to Kentucky
for horses and mules. If youl ireed liorsie
oF nmqles you shot1'l 1call .it WV 1
'hhomiaq' stables.

Rich Find.
News conies front Mlinimi to t Ihc tliect
that a silver-laden hulk has Iseicn it--
covered near that place. The ve.-sl is
supposed to have gone down ltlo ,led
with Mexican silver bullionl I alit a
hundred years ago. It has beell ilrnlch
hunted, and now it is claimed that CaIlt.
Jo.pph JeInings has found it.

For Sheriff.
To the Voters of Alachua Counii :
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to the
action of the next D:Tnocratic prituary.
If elected, I promise to discharge the
duties of the office to the very best of my
ability, and I solicit the support of all
voters at the polls.
W. C. hl.,'i.

If your hair is becoming thin try ;il-
ding. Unparalleled flair Grower. For
ale b Dr. S. B. Giddings, Gainesville,
and the Postoffice DIrug Store. llgh

\Ve Have Repented.
'1 It-- I dliti if 'The Star ihas beeni accus-
ed i.f co.p)IllYg t:ver:,I nig le l publishes
Iruoli a Ihiiti exchange. W'e are willing
to lIeavt it ti, linr reader to decide
\lictthlr lhli th.inge i.s true or otherwise,
Ilit, Ioellic illg tlhat antll lioiie t conifebsion
I g,, -ti fOLr the .tiln, sse do confess that
e(- hlit e recently mndte several personal
uicntioin. ii The St ir that were based on
infoiinatlion Ilor wnlat we supposed to be
inlfou l at nlll ) gotten fromi the hotue ex-
crilnge, lbuts awt h awIl hae been some of
ltie Ibhiiitlers. we lin e mniade by iiistaking
our exclianigea' fiction for facts, that we
lit.e repeinte.l, .inl will hereafter act
onilv iii reliable uinforiiiaion from reli-
nhile sonirres.

That Settled It.
11,.l I M. Ware; of Wasrhington
c.,iintyli rIe inly epnblicani iuenulber now
ill the Floriila lIegislaitre. brought liis
son Io C;ai-irsville last week tiald entered
hliin in last Iluiola .beulinary. Speaking
uf the master to lton. J. M1. Rivers, one
of .M\lleila cuuinty's representatives inn
the Iegihslaure, amlld in the presence of
the editor of The Star, Mr. Ware sail:
"\V'lihn .\aichus county went dry, that
settle,1l it wit ie; I then wanted nmy
bo- to ouice here to school "

Went to Jail.
.T. rMulton andl Dnncan iHoward, two
negroes whin hail been violating the law
against selling whiskey in a dry county,
were brought to this city Saturday from
Archer, by Deputy Sheriff Wynn, who
charged that they sold whi.key. They
waived exainiation and iii default of bond
for their appearance here next week at
court they went to jail.

Carpenter Returns.

gilrdle il thli dnllca'- taiIill I'i'r ron.
tr-n, the price ,-,1r Inh iiml In tiklnic
thi oitlh of fTlliy to lK ilnll .liil t, luial
iitldo Ihilr glrllht'n., Ihilr i Mihlit'anm ir
their calp. "In (Ihor~ i-iiony ofr x-
colnuiunlhatlulli." sly a writ: l'era'l' "tho
bishop cut or tore aiirus I'nral Ito cul.
prit the girdle thnit Wria irhout hin
and the newly mladet hniiHbil Iin lolan
took from his wife tbhe uladen girdle
of sheep's wvaol In wlirlhla shre was
bound up to the day of lair marriage."
-Chambers' .lourall
(ouud 'lolniu In uI)is.
Arnong rtiie linnaiy iiilni ilunalltles
worthy of Imilltllan u lov\.r of tln-
"'our fooled lhrollirr" pn' lihnlislz,'_
their coniteniteld remHlinilla, il o lir Ir-
elnastance'i of Ifr' I>,, I. 111' msi), ol,-
not go iltoutl Itrln to do g tpilo n ,tlr r
dogs Iby irging l tit-in ii In rk lu tihe
Isame key Irnd lltl, with l li liini0 tcthli
as thaeni.-elvt s,'i nor. li hlch it tL Iit r 'elfuil
pruvlslon of iinture Il, daily bicoino
bored by tlihe Ioplh' !11li \Viwolim lhir
lot Is east ann d int o ir aLry i'-'v ins-
ter every few month \\'lhiiiti'v'r thio
dlsadvanutngtf- of their liiiin, rnmay he.
they stand by tli ni tJrnl .inKl a i h<1.'r-
ful best of It Over and nAagiin a dog
puts his heart biforf- hlli oitmrarigld
stomach nni lets his aiffTc-ionns domi-
nata, his liiiltg*Hnllon rathi'r thnli desert
his inast'ur for a better horllral. .Munl y a
master, eoi-lulde' tire' 'li, c'rhnrApltn.
would dto well to eiultuleI inrnt I i plnL l
these the ueanrist aof' il4 "lililh yellow
cure "
Hlow to Tluk iUsfe..
The London Lancett crnllliind i the
practlc- of lrlnkinig eoff,,' 'i'rflar ilI-
ner. as cotTfe Is an antMil,ite to alcohol.
Those whose digetlIons iilrl (dstullrb'ed
by the use of hot 'ruffee art advised to
secure the advantages of Its stlmulat-
Ing properties by taking It In the forln
of jelly. We ar-. assured that a clear
coffee jelly after dinner is every bit nri
good as the hot Infusion, while It Ia
free from some of lts drawbacks. Cof-
fee, unlike alcohol dlnihillbea organic
waste, rouses the muscular energy
without the collapse which follows al-
owtnII .., lllin ll il.l alni'n n rth

Ii yorn mint lialey to btllyI a10111 honn,
blllhtl i1 Iiallin l or uffa nior(igagr,
or a 'oitrul'il't r l>rotll table inveuitmenii
seu Moyerih.
W. I..ill, special ugeut for tie New
York Life Iiiniurance company, is home
from a blusiniress trip in South (Georgia
lantd West i'lorida.
S;iltlings' lair Grower does Uie work.
l'or Sale lby Dr. S 11. Giddirngsa, Galiei.
ville, andl the I'ostoffice )rug toree, igh
Springs, 1lta.
II. F'. McCall, Jr., of Fairbanks, and J.
I I'aldgett of Paradise, both prominent
naval stores nicin, were in the city oni
Jbusilln'bs yesterday.
1Iitiy wIln lhave too anisy vexatioins to
put upi with ainy but the best pen). tWYter-
111uin'b Ideal Iountaiu Pen is tihe liel pen
ior hliniy men. I.. C. Smith.
J. M. 'turner of the enlterpriniug lirnn
of wniitli & Turtier, canindy nRmanifacturers
of Jacsonusille, wasr nuelling old friends
n(tiailnesh ille yesterday.
fr. J,. M. Dell has etLurnried from
Atlantn, sliere hIe was colnalected wit
the Gratily Ilospital, arid will practice
iiH piofensiuon in Galieeville.
The largest andl bet assortment of
horses, inules, harness, buggies and
wangoni ever offered for sale in this city
is niow on sale at Thomas' stables.
1is. 'Vin. N. Gramling, one of IHigh
1hpringi' most estimable ladies, wrashop.
ping inl (saineaville Saturday. She was
accompanied by her two bright young

couinneinoratedl by a gift of Llver. We
have beautiful and useal articles in both
sterling and long-wearing plate. L. C.
D)r. W. II. Sibley was called to Waldo
by wire yesterday on professional busi-
ness. The doctor has a splendid prac-
tice in Waldo, where the people appreci-
ate his services very highly.
';. W'. Hyde, one of the directors of the
Si lm inln u iL rra in which nan

Kev. W. J. Carpenter returned Friday nX eou o M uu aPI 5I-,aN-Ma -- y ... ,
W. J. Carpenter ret ed i form of jelly Is cooling, ilsuagef thUirt, Gainesville people are interested, has re-
from Fernandina, where he delivered a I soothing and has a tendency to ab- turned frou Beumont, Trxas, where .he
Slecture Monday night In the interest of orb any eicesalvo acidity of the stom- went to attend a meeting of tbh dIrectors.
Sthe temperance campaign which Is now ach. .
r on nu Nassau county. Mr. Carpenter says Prof. J, H. Caffee, rinelnel of the
that a large majority of te busine POR SALE. A beautifulods Wldo school, spent ail iy 5. thIs city
profeslo5ial men-.in FerusadinS want the. it, .Pb Em t o der And ery -g.i4 "'tlug.
or t go dry and OW Orb"pg bad ^r. -
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Rev. l'oster, Baptist dliinue of Alachua., 4 G**s*- 4. 1 00 4441W 44.4W 404W4M 4 W4 4 4 A
ipssed through the city Saturday euroute
to llawthorn, where lihe also is aastor of W __
a charge. ,d where he preaches Sday. W e H ave
Thie streets of Gaiunerville presented a .
lily aul buainessltike ipearanlce Satur In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
town trading l tiere wasno disorder ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men,
Stro~thtrmng, h hih ndsae
- thing fhir acting nlarlsal Cromwell Women and Children, at popular
,i al intilein aitthe prices on prices and of the best makes.
rhitin wanrt anind llve imtt raceivedl a new
open stock pattern. Try to reimemnber W e call
that ou oln it nott Il it vhiiuii ware cheaper a
anlywhIere thaiin I 1iii se1lliig it. C.
Smitl. ctillaciln,,l I.. i y,,.c h, ,r- C Particular attention to the Ladies

Itirned from Itlsni, N. NC. whiee lie "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
.pentt a fe'w weeksks i t"v ple sitantly. Mrs. I ica" and "Walk Over" grades.
I.ynch anil the little oits will raliiinii r
there a few weeks longer. r" M
Wants a Horse.-Thc Cable Piano J. D M atheson,
Conialiny wanlts to tirade a good piano or f
organic foit good lini gy nhore. For fur.- ,qt- r
thler pa ticnil.irs talu o A L. Reeder, h08 L 1 08 lV F
tloial lltnainger, -.i7 W\cst Court Street, h r
(ainliesville, h-tia. r.Sept u l. I 1
llouis. Iht I \''Vak.fI lHaiwthorn, antid 10M 0P AM OW *0 MIgo*lm pl**- M IM
I'. A. Ih.ke it ( k niii.i 1 ta i i i .-u iers of the
coUitt cly t l h u iiiai l, .tul e i I the city ...
yeterur alt -.ii, Il lid \ith ll I '. Kelly anllld
.... a. .... 0i -. .... ... a I...'. ot a..

a'iti- I, lit-I ll i t) >i-i t l Is, IIIIIIII,, .1 t I C
holl Ie I,1 : f ll., U f l
Miialeis Jioe' NMHiantu1 I ilh' IIIhni l httle
..nll of MI. ninl Mr-, N Io Mi tinisue, this
ity'. Tciquet1 r Thi.- li ito niy iut t h lie
(little lot) wnsi eight r.ier ul 1Il yesterday
aild enjoyetl hiiliiV'Il I vly nluti'I. Joe i6t
n smairlt ,ovy ianId \e Irnii- lie may enjoy
.the Loniinlg niil going: i mof in-y more
Hlon. \V. A. Strickluial of Paradiise
broulghlt lto lli c'ilV i'hlniay sonIie of tihe
finest lld nlloat heasutiful enne syrup
Ae li nvyt see ill llorida.i, r anl those who
know iiihill hloul ltilori ia syrup
kiiows ss.hlit tihiat Irie.un. Mr..r S ricklund
in one of tht"e iioit proillicotiiq farumers int
the CIJIllil .
Seil Tht'n- Stir tio mile t Auuguistii,
G.. Ior the nllre t teln s l.-ys, itil iufterwartils
t)o lilghi Spriing, I'-l ," writes MNIn.
Mtdite Clotil, wl hotIm liLrii eii]rs ndiing the
biiill lliur iii h'lri-i 14. L'., '"milln if you
hlave srnt thia s' we a lk'. t Iaci to I'elTer,
pleise Ict d ti llher Cppis' t ll niistii, for
1 ldoiol it %l tio t lii. ii acopy of p Tl'iTh
SMI r. .1fi tly wa.s 11livig o(ult ai olut
liin pInt ry iit omr ti ii 1 ta ilUnihiy, whicn
than i n)ptliir hl Ih tc io i alihleati of bLiin
a younii wlhl dnitt lill ltiti ,l bleein chlaned
bi) logs until it hu ii niliti give n tip. tMr.
Dcinby caiptnired lic t little fellow alive
and 1trtuglit him to trlwnii where he was
pilancel Iln a cage in Iiutillin's allow win%*
flow aind nitriited miunatl nlltenion.
Itroat klyli N. V, Apiil ti, 9(
Ii. ,- It aidihhig'i
I ir nr 1i1
W ill yIlol kli lly i rifo lr lle iy return
Illall if yollu call neil yl r fil'ty tcenlt iuLt.
tie of Ilair ir (Trude Mark) anl if ,o I will smndl you
a posti]l note for tihe stiine. Pletne Ili-
filiii me ti e a un t if iilr poilun e if It t'anll
Ibe mailed.
When in Flu ithin iti- winter of 1H97
ild 98 1 liumed live bottles of tiu twenty-
Live ceat ie aiu mlli produced n11 1i47 rowthl
of hair where it halit beenl entirely Iintlil
for fifteen years, nail nilw wouildl like to
try it olII' mnile if I gia1 ki t it.
Va tiul truly,
J. W IsIt[, r-i., 5)I lI icka St.
ltate of I' lorila,
County of Alachuna,
City of Gninenville. )
J'ersaunally uippAIetcd before the sub-
scriled a Notary i.' ulich. in and for the
Stnte of Florida, at large, S. II. .iddlings
whul belig aduly, sworn litv iie llerises aandl
anay that tl inveve leliniionial was sent
to himl by nail lby J. b V. Ifaynes, a atiia
wlhomii lhe hal never been or heard of,
also that lie had noi knitwledle of the
tiain ever IIaving timeld r procutredi the
'npamralleled IlHar (Groer, andl as far an
lie known no rione hir iilliencel himi to
sell It, and that tile Irin IIas never r re-
ceivedl anythhig for seniling it.
Sworil to aild sublli'rilt.l befoc fin ine
this iiti thday of NovemnlArer A. Ii. Ifi'l
S. 11. ll lila Nai s M I).
.1. M. RiVrcs,
Notary i'ublic for Ilme State of I'Iridla
at large.

$end Your LaundvyJ to
1 I I I 1 1- 1

Jewel Laundry,

J. Runkle, Proprietor,

Your Chlcketns, EKggK ,
Viegetahlesk, and ill fact all
kiiitl of Country Pro-


Highest Prices ior Coiii-
try Produce. anld Hell as
Cheap as tihe Clicalpei.t.

Us when you want Sta-
ple and, Fancy Orocetie..
a-gOlve us a Trial.
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AIleged Discrimination in A

sessment for Taxes.


I' 'Appeal to Courts Probable In Order
Straighten Out a Perplexing
;' Problem-A Most Peculiar

That the railroads of Georigia a
.In the near futurC' rcbir in t11i )ii "
the taxes now juvied nganliiat liie
the growing olilloi i amuno Ilatilld
COrporation Inayers or the state.
S These predictions are -based upo
e, n clntleilon that the arbitration uy
tomn results in an uuequal distrihutic
of taxation and that corporate pro
S erto, compared to other property,
valued at a. much higher per cent thi
that of private inllividuals.
t'he fa,:t that the award n thebo A
S lantlc Coast inoe case fixed the tax
ble value of that system at a hilgli
rate por milu than the other lines d
ing a similar business Is cited in su
port of tha6e contentions. This roe
S may, Indeed, bo the Ilrst or among tl
flrst to appPal from the award of arb
S trators and submit the question
: how much it should be inxed to the s
prozpe court.
S' G. duBgnon, attorney for the A
,' lantic Coast Line Ral.road Cbmpan
was seen touching the recent arblit
Stone of the properties of this compass
le said that as he undorEtood it I
figures of the umpire In fixing h
value of the franchise and tangil
Properties represented the full val
of those probertles and were not
duced so as to conform to the value
tion for taxes of other property rotu1
ed for taxation In the state.
"n' deed," he eald, "I underato
*uch a statement was made'while t
board was in open session."
S The evidence submitted to the boa
he said, consisted of aflTdrvlts of
ollctor tax receivers, ordinary
,,".'h'1erirff and real state ageitls ali
Sthe -ine of this road, which were all
'the effect that property generally
their respective counties were retu
', ed for stato and county taxes at o
from 0B to 60 pr cent of its true val
.: and that there was no evidence con
dting this.
"In fact," he said, "I believe
cpmptroller general had ammitled,
cording to the publiclprlnls, In on
the preceding arbitrations, that p
brty generally in this state was
Turned for state and county taxoe
about 62 2-8 per cent of its valui
have no idea that more than 70
Scent of the award against the Atla
Coast Line Railroad Company, otll
to its franchise and tangible prolpe
can be enforced.
"The authorities upon the point
imply overwhelming.and all one
The questlen has been duolded by
M1; 'iiost every district and circuit c
S In the United States, and Iras 1
before the supreme court of lio Un
S tatee more than once, and the di
s10as of that court upon It wore k
cut and clear.


Alabama Postmaster Was Anxious
S Become Member of Graft Gang,
Andrew S. Wallane was until a
weeks ago postmastor at Opp, A
While serving as Uncle Sam's ag
in that capacity Mr. Wallace read
the papers of Ithe bribery that was
lug on In the postofflce deparmoen
Washington and he forthwith proco
ed to write to Postmaster Cen
Payne andt offered him the sum of
if Mr. Payne would Ihave him appo
ed postmaster at Andalusin, Ala.
This s a behotter oilfco than Ihe
i held by Mr. Wallace, and he thou
by tempting tho poatniaslor gene
with the qffor of $50f lie would hit
S no trouble In receiving the appol
meant. nIo has boon nrmovsd tPom
-'' Ol-oo at Opp and plnrlcd iuiltur arr<
''- A bond of $500 for f il, nilporaucrrtc
the next torm ofr tliohe Unltrld ta

, court at Birmingham was required.


j Aftermath of a Fight Which Occur
In Chattanooga Last April,
Inte rmnaorta.ha a

In the criminal court at Clialan
ga, Tonn.. Wedninadfty, State Siun
A, Walter Peak was found gillty of
sault and battery andl flnoil $2ln.
Senator Peakt was Indlicttld i it
niou, astsnalt on the porsou of Whlit
Dowllng laBt Aprll during the 8ossli
Of the legisKlalnluro.
Peak lins in w Irought suit agail
Dowllng fu)r Vriiiiht (,r libel. Dowll
also sues Peak foi 11i same'riemot
for personal Injiirlc'.


As Commandng General of the Pat
'areh Militant.1)iviston.
S The sovereign grainld 1.,it I t
Independent Order of t0,i1 I ..
session at laltllmn ii u1111tii.,,
S located General M. A. litii-v ,cv \1
engo, Iowa, commanding Kg.it(..;i
t.he Pvatriarchs. militant for n ir,,,,

Cream of News.-

S- .. .. s And the Colomblan CongresB
Is'f Summary of Most ,. ,. Ac on
Important' vents rails t Act on Treaty.
of aah ttay.

D -Andrew 8. Wallace, formerly potL ALL IS AGAIN AT SEA
maolet at Olips, Ala., wrote to Poit.
Smarter General Payne, offering~ L'brbe
td of $60 for a promotion. H llht.beiw.
reading of tile postal aceadals, and 1 It is Now Up to president Roosevelt
now iti ail. '' to Make the Next Move-Sena.
-Ernest Bller, s IPr'tI fitalt Insur. tor Morgan, of Alabama, Has
ance man of Jackohtiville, Fla., jump- Something to Say.
ed overboard .":1TO the steamer Al --
ill gonquin, le0 i t Z .!ote in lhis sateI When the state department closed at
Lr rUOl tdllflng biad become of hint
Sro tr 4adbe ofi o'clock Tuesday afternoon. it was
S e JoIba legislature a Joint dros. agreed that the Panama canal treaty
Lg AldIigpsa lay on t nh relatlon3 hei was dead, although eight hours yet re-
from lt.le national grovornrent and mainod wltlhn which the Colombian
i t t lgislat ures.nt n congress might take affrmative action
S -eorge W. Bavers, r ed upon it. Nothing, however, had been
S -eorge W. npray lit aloor cared with received during the day, either from.
o gn coneplramey in nirtnipi o Oofraud the o Minisqr Beaadpre, at Bogota, or from
government, tws forC a edommle i Mr. Herran, the Colombian charge in
; or again In NEw York Wednostay to Washington, which gave the slightest
n answer to Iw' nulllitloal Indictments, hope of a favorable issue. A report Is
-Professor W'right, of laland Stan- current tha. the Colombian congress
ford univorHity. was buried at Grand in secret session has clothed President
a- Rapids, Mitl in the manner he wAnt- Marroquin with full power to negotiate
od to be-lni i plain unvarnished box. a treaty. If this report should turn
o. -Bandlts ihldl up a passeongr train out to be true, President Marroquin,
,. near Portland, Ore., and in a skirmish who is counted as a friend of the
id with the robbers the engineer of the treaty, could proceed untrammeled by
e train was fatally v/ounded. the fear of future reckoning with his
i:. -The president aas begun on his congress. In ady event, President
at annual message to congress, No vlsi. 1.oosevell must now take the next stap.
vu- tors are received at Sagamore Hill, Ho can elect to proceed under the
Oyster Bay. Spooner act and take up the Nicaragua
t. -The tate department has reco'v- route, or he can allow matters to drift
nV, ed a dispatch from Monterey, Mexico, for the present, in the hope that a way
'.*- stating that yellow fever has broken may yet be found to atraigoten out
iy. out there. the present dlfficultles in the path of
ny. o h. the Panama route.
-Fuislonists of New York held cou- th1 Panama route.
he Fuvi onlses o New York held con- Contrary to his custom during (be
io mention Wdnesotday nignt and nomi. summer, Acting Secretary Adee, of the
Snater Low as their candidate for the state department, remained In Wash-
re- mayoralty. Ington Tuesday night in order to be on
u1. -Incendiaries start a fire which hand to act promptly on any inforwra-
ru- nearly wipes out the village of Morp%. tion which might come from Mr. Beau-
Wis., and causes a loss of $800,000. pre, regarding canal matters at Ho-
3or -Old-time Telegraphers at their an- gota. Up to 0:30, however, nothing
the nuak reunion, in Milwaukee, select At- had been received. Dr. lHerran, t:he
lanta, On., as next place for reunion. Colombian charge, also waited anx.
rdl, -King Edward is exorcising his veto loudly for news from his government.
tax prerogative and will not assent to the but, likewise, was disappointed. Co-
leq, ,formation of a now cabinet until matl.- lombia, 1t Is known, is anxious to eoep
ong fled that its personnel and combina- alive the cahal negotiations. What
I to tion are such as to insure the carrying form her noe proposition, with that
in on of the empire's affairs. ThTs ac. object in view, will take is not known
irn- county for the delay. in Washington.
nly -The International Peaco conre One interesting feature In conne,.-
y International Peace s tion with te legislative situation in
I', in session at Rotten, France, passed lon with the leglelativo iatuatlon In
ira- resolutions congratulating Proeident Colombia is the fact that the tor1ns
Roosevelt and Minlester Bowen on 6f one-third of the er of the
the their efforts n the trouble of th senate, numbering nine, will expire
ac- allied powers with Venezubla. on July 20, next, when the life of the
a of present congress ends. These nine sen-
Srop -Bulgarians are growing more ex- ators, It sl salad. are adverse. to LtIe
rop. cited daily and are calling on govern, canal treaty. The hope of the advo-
at ment to declare war on Turkey. cates of the treaty i'lll be to elect son-
e 1 -A reign of terror la said to exist ators In their places who are favoan-
per in the western section of Worth coun- ble to the convention It is expecto.l
ntlc ty, (leorgla. In the last year five men the campaign for the Roats will he
ih a have been murdered and only one ar- made on tills issue.


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four years. General tanecy was pI,
i tolt ted commander to the military
i'. branch of the order last year. alndl hi
S election was received with cheers.



-Imge Done by Fire In :thi
'Strlng District of Texas.
p18 tarted at n oon w"idnes
tr in district of tho
aeB ,'l ~, about twouty
',rlo^ .,,, .qu ntil oY
dhlary, p^|H VGer the thick-
bulltp 4'i o t Tho los

rest Ihas been made in consequence.
-McDonough, Ga., had a $100,000
flre Sunday afternoon. The blaze be-
gan at 5 o'clock and was not checked
: until 10. Two whole business blocks
t %ere destroyed.
i -Columbus, Ga., lhase a last been
I granted the through line of eleeporot
- from Washington for which It has ao
i long besought the Southnrn railway.
-South Carolina stale officers nro
puzzlod over what to do In Salurla
county. The sheriff stlftds accused t-f
murder, but rofiees to surrender his
office to the coroner and tile state law
(rblde the governor's removing the
sheriff for any cause.
-At Frankfort, Ky., Sunday three
nogroes made a daring escape from
Jlil. One uf theo plilt the jailor'a
head with a i)ottlo and'the three then
made a AIenresfcul dash for liberty.
-In an attempt to escape from the
South Carolina penirentllary a convict,
Grant McNell, was killett by Prestou
Jefferson, a trusty, who will doubtless
be pardoned In consequonco.
-At the negro Baptist conference In
lioston, Dr. Bookor, p.restent of the
Arkansas Baptist ocllego, told his raco
that the best thing they could do was
to Imitate the white man and litblbi
some of his American enterprise.
-Chioago Federation of Labor son(l
President Roosevelt a long leltor tnk-
ing exceptions to him attitude on opce
shops, as demonstrated In the Miller

-Posses in Montana are pursuing
"Kid" Curry, the train robber, who
escaped from Knoxville, Tenn., Jail.
-Sultan of Turkey expreAes rograt
at the atrocities perpetrated by thi
troops and promises the Russian am-
basBador that they will uont lo ropea-t-
od. The murder of nulgarlans, how-
over, continues.
-Lord Balfour, of Biirlelighi. secr-
tary to Scotland, and Arlltumr Rilloit,
financial secretary to tho treasury,
have resigned. The king las accepted
the resignations.
-The city of Linares, Mexico. Is
tldad commercillly on acctmit of.ynl-
low fever there. There are over two
hundred cases In Linaros.
-The longshoremen's strike .it
Brunawiok, Op., has been brought to a
close. he arbitrators' ward of Ii
cents per hour pleaseo both sides an 1
all hands are at work again.
-The City of Macon, for which fears
were entertained, reached Savannah
safely'. The passengers toll of har.
rowlug experiences during the storm.
-United Stat.es Ministoe Powell
sLltai a strong protest to San Doming,)
Eveormuent against the project of or-
tablillinng the neutrality ol Dominican
Satori and making certain ports iras.
-- tlllklr \W'ashington made ai nd-
uhlt( IL to ItR delegates of tie colored
Baptist (toinleiQnce, at Philadelphlia, In
whirll h ihil that one of the problems
ahead wonlhl be to fnd' employment
for the nl-giu.
-Detecti\.l( Thomas Hutenho,, a,
Evansville, indl., fatally wounds Chi-,
of Police leouke and Police 'Capta!n
Brenneeke anid injures Councilman

I.utz. Hutchena th
-Tlho Britlsh tOq

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en committed sul-

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Senator Morgan Heard From,
WVion told that ,he department at
Washingtorn ihd hour nolhlng con
corning the canal treaty, and that tt
was the last day which lthe treaty
could be considered, Senator Morgan,
who' was In Montgomery, Ala., for a
few days, said; "The treaty has beene
dead for twoity-five days. Nntlilv'i,
could have roaurrectod it. Action at
Bogota nmoali tiho bullilng of a cnn-il
by the Nicaragua route. Roosovelt
has no discretionary powers, buit it Is
made mandatory upon him. It turned
out exactly like I expected it. It is
the best thing for this country and tho
world now. It goes back to mny Dropj.
million to buld theo Nicaragia canuil,
and it will be the best thing for this
country to do."


Supposed Escapes from North Care.
Ilna Pen Had Never Left.
A dispatch from Raleigh, N. C., sanr:
After nine lays and nights of cease.
less search for Drayton Medlin, a ninr.
derer serving a life sentence, and A.
V. Rice, a thief serving a ton-year s&ii-
tonce, they were found Tuesday after.
noon In the penitentiary in the loft of
a building long used as a snoe shop.
They mysteriously disappeared after
rollgious services Sunday, Seprembor
They claim they hld a bed and Astp-
ply of food in tio loft. They are mucn


Macedonlan Sympathizers Adopt RJ-.
olution Appealing for War.
Advices of Wednesday front Sonu.
Bulgaria, state that a Ims hlol,ef(tl i'l.-l
Ing prevails [it governuiont Ir-oles rI
garding the general situi:(lttit, aiilihot li
no actual change is rt'liiioie'..l Tt' .
events of the next few days su e nw-i-,
oil with great anxiety, niil pullllrl.r
feeling Is b,'-otulihlg more -rxciiiel. A
lanrgly attended meeting of Mncdtli,
nlan synipatlilzer, lield at ItuinHlrlllut.
Bulgaria, has adopted resolutions ap-
pealing to the Bulgarian government
to declare war on Turkey lonmediately.


Passed In Alabama House of Represen-
tativee-Of Sweeping Nature.
The Alabamna hiouiHe Of replrBontla.
lives. Thursday, pnsst'd thl hill *,
prohibit boycotting by a vote of ihO
to 32. TI bill is sewophilng in its na-
turo, prohibiting blacklistsl ha:It, anil
picketing and provides a penalty tlher.
Organized nlbor- used all its effortO
to have the Lill doorfted.


Matters Bearing on Canal Question in
a Quiescent State.
There were no developments lu
Washington Thursday bearing on the
canal questloln. Nothing further was
hoard from Minister. eaupre. The
advices of the state department frbm
Bogota. do not 411 u 'the hiatus be.
iWoes'8 fp mi. "ad m Ialtiht o1f T p:
day,. .t Oea.n wt tb tIbNt ,

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Alleged Collie- Tieue Paper Docuernl
Withdrawn from Litigation In
AtlnI a Court

Litigation over the estate of the
late Gaorge W Collier came to an ab.
rupt end in the superior" court at At-
larta, Ga., Wednesday afternoon, when
a satisfactory agreement was reach3di
by al parties concerned and a consent
-verdict ordered which removes the
matter frbm the 'courts.
The followuig Is the baels of the
The alleged last will and testament
of Mr. Collier is set aside on the
ground that the testator had not tes-
tamentary capacity on October P.,
1900, the date of the paper.
By this arrangement the three ex-
ecutors-Judge J. N. Bateman, Henry
L. Collier and George W. Collier-go
out of all control of'the estate, their
duties as executors ceasing with the
signing of the verdict. -
The caveators-the heirs who con.
tested the wilL-agree fo pay to the
three executors and their attorneys tli
sum of $10,000 In full settlement of all
expenses and claims.
The settlement means that the or,
tate will now be administered by a 1-
nlnistrato0r to be appointed hy Ordi-
nary John R. Wilkinson. Although no
positive statement is made, It is under
stood that George W. Collier, Jr., aili
Miss Elizabeth Collier, the two olders
children of Mr. Collier, the deceased,
have been agreed onfas administrators.
The sudden adjustment of the case
came as a surprise, even to the parties
interested. The question of a settle.
ment had been discussed between tLi3
two sides, but It is said that all of.
forts In this dlrec.ton had been aban-
doned. They were renewed in the
court room Wednesday, however, and
within the space of only a few min-
utes had proven successful. Th
friends of Judge Bateman consider
that the adjustment is a complete vln.
dlcation for him In the matter of the
charges made in the ordinary's court.
Counsel for the propounders state
that the first movement for a settle-
ment came from outslde parties. At-
torneys for the caveators assert thut
the proposition came from the oppose.
lug side. The amendment to the ca-
veat was of necessity filed by the ci-
As to how tbo $10,000 will be aR.-
propriated by the two retiring execu-
tors is not known at this time and will
probably never be given to the public.
It is understood, however, that the
most of the money will go towards
paying attorneys' fees, six of the m'st
prominent members of the Atlanta bar
having been engaged by Messrs. Date.
man and H. L. Collier.


Awarded to a Local Firm for the Ag.
gregate Sum of $350,000.
At Atlanta, Wednesday, Gude &
Walker, local contractors, were award-
ed the contract for tihe construction )f
the new passenger station, at. Mitch-
lol street and Madison avenue, by the
Atlanta Terminal Company, In a mee'-
Ing which was held at the residence of
Captain James W. IDngllsh, president
The price Is between $345.000 iand
$350,000, and tiue depot Is to be conm
plotted within a year.
The work will le pushed as speed
lly as Is coislstont witti good worIt-
manship and tho station will lie really
for occupancy within less than a yen-.
The award was in the nature of ti
recommendation from the Termin-tl
Company to the officials of the South-
ern, Central and Atlanta anti WeVat
Point railroads, and there is no dotu'-
whatever that it will bo confirniol.
Captain J. W. English expects lo hear
from the officials of these roads Im-
mediately, so It follows that the con-
tract will be signed without delay
A copi of the award has bqen for
warded to Mr. Samuel Spencer. prosl-
dent of the Southern; C. A, Wicker-
sham, preslilant of the West Point, and
J. P. lianrirn. clialrtfn of the board of
directors or the Contral. These gentle
mon will have the final say in the mat-
tor of tlhe award, but when it is under-
stood that Mr. Wltkershnm was pru-s-
ont at the mnoeting nind that J. S. R.
Thompson represented Mr. Spencer, It
stands to reac'ii that hoe action of the
Terminal Company w;i be approverf
without question.


Sensatlonal Charges Against Former
President of Wesleyan College.
It is very- goieprnlly iinilersrtotd, na
corllng t R a news sp.,cIal from Allan.
Ita, that lie J \V. Honhrts. I. D.. on.'

of his AlJinut irrocilrfV to )Is wife la if il
tha the3y will (Tp-ittit ItI i ind,"'
stood hlat lhls toli-.irtion i s di ",i '
crtalu sa-.i.lHundr at re i Slai whi
Aworeding atninI a tlr. llolu-received no.
nectlon wi sli nt-. ot ihe I tldy i-"t l -i
at esof lyii alga .-' i i, u y. l rog while, s
Wad prk silent if ls Ir i.m Si;att!i (n I'i-


Report of Fierce Fight Wherein Six
Hundred are Slain.
According l o pa telegram received In
Sofia, Bulgaria. Thursday. from Kes
endil 153 miles from Sofa) rix huS.
dried Turks were killed in a flght at
Kollchanl. September ISth. The Tura-
Iah forces numbered 7,tiP0.
After the flgfit tho troops, enraged
at their losses, pillaged and burno.1 a
number of Bulgarian villages.


Ex-Postoffice Employe Must Aniwer to
Two Additional Indictments
George W. Beavers again' surrender-
ed himself at New York Wednesday
and- wa arraigned before United
States Commissioner Ridgeway on two
Indlotments recently returned again t
him in Washington for alleged coa-
pitracy In connection with the con-
t"aeOl between 'the Bandy Time Cleck
iapany and the peetoflce deparl-
a.".*t, in 'conneotloa ytllh which
Rt Bt$ *Pteth P ;j


Mrs. Griffin Tells Story of Her
Husband's Assassination.


hatonton Physician's Name Brought
into the Case by Prosecution,
Charges are Vehemently Doe
nied on Both Sides.

In their effort to prove a cause or
motive for the crime charged to'Mrs.
Lizzle Griffin, the state's counsel 1 -
troduced witnesses in court at Eaton-
ton, Ga, Thursday to show that back
of the tragedy which ended In the
death of Jonn Griffin was an estrange-.
ment between John Griffin and his wife
caused by the infatuation of iMs. Grif-
fin for another man. This man is Dr.
L. 0. McCalla,-of Eatonton, John Grlf-
hn'a family physician.
All the evidence offered at this
point was wholly by negroes anl hard-
ly trustworthy.
In her statement to the jury, Mrs.
Griffin positively denied any improper
conduct toward her on his part, and
under oath he latly averred that he
ha.d never visited Griffin's house ex-
cept when sent for and in the capacity
of a practicing physician, or on som-i
business with Griffin himself.
Dr. McCalla sl a gentleman of vo-
racity and honor, and enjoys the re-
spect and confidence of the public.
At 10 o'clock Tnarsday morning the
eltae rested its ease and the defense
began the investigation of witnesses.
The first were statements from
Sam Knowles and Mrs. Griffin.
Knowles' statement was very brief,
and in substance, that after returning
home from work on that fatal after-
noon he went to the lot and Ted the
stock. While there his mother calloJ
him to supper. After eating he retired
to another part of the house, where,
in company with tho, balance of the
family, Io remained /until Hulon
Knowles, his brother, who had just r'e-
turned with a party from fishing, came
In and announced the killing.
Mrs. Oriffin, In substance, said that
some time during the day while she
and her "husband were on the porch,
she saw "old Tom Jackson" coming
and remarked to Orlffin (hat she won-
dered what he wanted; that Tom came
up and called Grifin out and asked
him to go down to the swamp and
look at some tracks that were troi-
bling him (other evidence alleged thit
Tom was Jealous of some real or ima-
ginary man'e o nduct relating to nls
wife, Mit Jackson); that late tit
evening, about dark, ateor John Ur'f-
fin had returned from town, they we-e
sitting In their room. John Griffil
bad just told her or hiring a big black
negro in town to do some work :or
him, and that sie had better save sup-
per for him.
That about this time she looked In
the direction of lihe window through
which the shooting occurred, and saw
on the outild., with a gun in his
hands, a tall negro man. Before she
could speak 'o warn her husband of
the dan ru the report of the gun
soLuuded out and John Griffin fell from
his chair. Immediately thereafter and
before site had time to do anything,
the second shot was fired. She ran
out of the house with her children In
her arms and at the back steps met
the man who grabbed her and warned
her against. making any noise. She
begged for her life and ran screaming
to a nearly negro iauln for help and
When first asked If she recognize l
the assassin, she said it was To*n
Jackson. When, soon afterward, her
brother Hiilon Knowles, Rlckerson aidt
others arrf r on thoir return home
from fishing and said they met Tomn
Jackson down the road one-quarter
or a halfinile away, she said it mu,:t
then have been the big black negr.>
John Grlflin had hired in town that
day. She further elated that the-e
could have been no just cause Tor her
to kill her husband, as they were on
the best of terms and had gotten aloig
nicely all their married life, except
some times when he would come home
under the Influence of whiskey, and
that then nothing of any consequence
ever transpired that was unpleasant.


Four Masked Men Stop Fast Express
and Help Themselves to Cash.

Four masked mcn, at 10 o'clock
Thursday nglit, held up a wostboiiid
Burlington and Missouri express train
flvo miles north of St. Joaeph, Mo. The
,afe in the express car was aynamlicJ
antd the car wrecked. Officials of the
road say thel afe contained but little
money. Other reports say It contained
Dom $5,000 to (10.000. Everything !n
the sanie was taken, and the men es-
raped in the darkness with.horsos. A
posse was organized atnd started In
pursuit of the bandits.


Tillers of Soil Gather In Twenty-Third
Annual Session at Niagara Falls.
The Farmers' National Congress as-
sembled at Niagara Falls, Tuesday in
twenty-third annual session, boipg
called to order by President George L.
Flanders, of Albany. Governor Odoll
.dellvered an address. of welcome, In
which he made a plea for good citizen-


Thirty-One Natlves of Island Swoop
Down Upon St. Louis.
,Thirty-one native Fllipinos have ar-
rived inr St. Louis to nolp in the ereT-
tlon of the Philippine exhibit buildings
and began work Thursday on the
"Cuartel de Fllipinos" at the world's
falr. The "Cuartel de Filiplnos" is ;u
be '150 feet. square, wtllh court In the
.center 90 feet square. It t..lto be two
storIes high;' with t.e Rdeon story
o l^Mag ; L 5(ai dwellings

Famous Dry Dock to be Teated.
The first vessel to be tasen by the
former Havana Spanish dry dook
since Its purchase by the IUnited
States government two years ago and
afterwards located at the Pensacola
navy yard, will be the big Bngllsh
steamer August Belmont, owped Dy
the Louisville and Nashville railroad.
The vessel is now on her trip to Tam-
pico, being engaged in carrying cool
between that port and Pensacola, and
as soon as she returns ,will be placed
on the dock for repairs.
The dock, which has been undergo-
ing repairs at the yard for the past
year, is now about completed, and all
that remains isp a test with some of
the smaller vessels to ee If the mn-
chinery is In good working order.
The repairs to the dock cost (85,000,
efxcluslve.of an additional appropria-
tion for the construction of a basin at
a cost of $10,000. As the department
at present has no need of the services
of the dock the Louisville and Nasa-
ville evoured permission from t(e navy
officials to allow the August Belmont
to be taken out and repaired. Tihe
vessel Is of such tremendous size
that no docks in the south are capable
of lifting her, and the expense of
sending her north to one of the big
shlp yards would amount to thous-
ands, It is thought that the vessel
will be taken out about October 1.
A number of ship owners have also
made application for permission to
have large vessels taken out by thl,
dock, which h0s a lifting capacity of
about 10,000 Ions. Pensacollans are
taking much Interest In the matter, as
they realize that it will eventually
lead to some firm establishing a dry
dock and ship yard at the port.

Storm Damage In Leon.
Mr. E. N. Mabry, of Lake Jackson,
the largest cotton grower, and one of
the most progressive farmers in Lenn
county, has been all week pulling b!s
corn out of the overflowed water of
Lake Jackson and endeavoring to s-
certain the damage Cone the cotton
crop. Mr. Mabry estimates that on,-
twelfth of the corn crop is damage,
and that the loss will be L0 per cent
on the crop In the county at large
He finds the cotton which was blown
out on the ground totally worthlesi,
and.the seed on the ground and open
In the boll Is sprouting, rendering it
absolutely worthless. The damage to
crops, he thinks, in Leon county, 19
fully 10 per cent.
Mr. Mabry had recently worked il e
road from Tallahassee to his place,
and had the best road in the county.
This road Is all washed away by the
recent storm. He says the negrocs
who formerly worked on the road are
unable and cannot work the road
again. He says that the farm labo--
ers and many of the farmers are left.
In a deplorable condition by the
storm. Mr. Mabry lost seven bales
of cotton out of twelve.

George.Reddlngtcn, who has charrgo
of the rendering of the oil from the
blubber of the three whales stranded
some weeks ago on South Beach. at
St. Augustine, reports that he has
secured one thousand gallons from the
heads and blubber. In trying It down
he has three qualities of oil. The light-
eat Is clear and light. The sMco;:l
grade is heavier, but not so clear. Mr.
Reddington has had a reply from one
party to whom he wrote for pricen..
The firm asks for samples, on receipt
of which spot cash prices will Ibo
quoted for all grades.

Sufficient time has now olapseil
since the hurricane for the damage
to property In Miami to be easl',
edtlmated. The city was not damage.l
to any groat extent. Three or four
small houses were blown over, andi
two brick blocks wore unroofed. The
greatest damage was the wrecking or
a large number of shade trees. Somon
of those were very large, and had
withstood the gales for many years.
Many of them were completely dep

Exolting Enoounter Wltth a'Otamount.
. Dudley Wood moved irozln Rlbrianor
Into the HFenreleh house, half a mile
east from Mascotte, one day .the past
week. About dark that night the
chickens roosting In* a pear tree
near the house began clucking, an l
Mr. Wood went to the window and
raised the alarm, thinking that an
owl was after his lowiL. Suddenly
a strange animal sprang against h'!
cheat and seized his right arm about.
six Inches from the shoulder, sinking
its teeth through the ifesh to the
Mr. Wood at once reached for li'
legs, got hold 'of a hind foot, an,
threw himself back, whirling tlhe
beast violently to the floor of the
room. '2hen reaching out for its nerti,
he grasped it firmly, ah'utting of it
wind and still holding on to the hin.-
foot, while his wife's mother lighteI
a lamp.
All this time Mr. Wood though ho
had captured a vicious dog, but when
the light came he found that he hid
a sure-enough catamount by the thront
An ax was hurriedly brought to hlin
and he soon-chopped hbe brute's heal
The catamount measured three fee.
and two Inches in length, and was tw %
feet high, with a stuub tall.
Wild animals of all sorts'are now
very plentiful in the vicinity and ar,
evidently not much.afraid of men, I-.
cause the people are now busy on
their farms and groves, and do not
molest them.

Two Held for Murder.
James Butler, Ed Martin, Willila-
Davis and Charles Sloan, all negroel,
suspected of participating in the mur-
tder of J. R. Lille, another negro, at
Lake Como, recently, were arraign
ed before County Judge Coxe -.t
lQalatka for a preliminary hearing.
Loan confessed to being present when
the murder was committed, and imp:-
cated Davis, who he said klllo Lit'.)
with a shotgun. Two negroes, name I
Joe Bradley and William Martin, we--c
also parties to the crtffe, but as yet
have not been caught.
After killing Little, the murderers
ted a 75-pound piece o( Iron to h'i
body and threw It into Lake Come.
Sloan Was held in the sum of $5,006)
tond, and Davis remanded with it
iond to appear before the circuit court.
There being no evidence against But-
ler and MarUn, they were released.

The annual examination of teachers
in Escambla county was concluded i1.i
past week, and the committee to whom
the examination papers were referral
made its report later on. Tnls repo r
shows that out of thirty-seven to tal;'
the examination, only seventeen pas-
ed. There were sixteen white andl
twenty colored, and of this num;)-r
eight white teachers were granted c.r-
tifcates and nine colored. The low
percentage of successful applicants i.
said to be due to the higher grade of
the examination this year than pr-r
viously, and the more thorough sys
tem which has been adopted through-
out the state.

All signs Indicate that the seven-
teenth annual session of the Florlid
Slate Normal and Industrial School
at Tallahassee will be the banner sF--
slon in the history of tne school. A
larger per cent of old students is plui.
ning to return than ever before, and
I more new ones have made application.
The session opens on the 80th, wili
tlh the same faculty. The matter of
dormitory room is now worrying lth!
president. All the departments hlia.,
been overhauled and more fully equii--
ped, especially thie wood and Iron
working divisions of the mechani-~!
department and the dining department
A nurse training department has been
added, and It Is hoped to have this I-'-
partment developed into a full-fledgnJ
training school.

Ocala is to have another ice factory.
Messrs. J. M. Moffert and J. H. Ta:,'-

I or, proprietors 9r ime Ocala Vanufao-
.turing company, and two of the mobt.
The Echange a national Bank it progressive and stIrrig business men
Tampa. has been designated by In the town,are making preparations
retary of the Treasury Siaw as a de. erect a ten-ton ice plant at the Jun(-
pository for the United States govern. t.ion of the Seaboard Air Line and At-
met.The appointment Is a perman lantic Coast Line railways. The plant
eat one, and an officer of the instltii will be erected as soon as the mn.-
tion stated that the designation ts chlncry can be secured, and the bull.i
du the no the anks good showing and Inug put tip. They expect to ha-
the personal efforts of Senator Sep- t n operation by January 1.
en R. Mallory. 'tie Luxchang e -Na- -_
tional bank has huecome one of Floi- Victor Hoist, senior member of the
da's most rellnible and promlsng finin- fishing firm of Hoist & Co.. at Pen.-
clal Institutions. cola, has gone to St. Joseph Inlet.
where he will view, with the intention
While firing a revolver at a hog of saving or dismantlllng, two'schoon-
which was eating etip a brool o r, rs which are on the beach and whli h
young chickens at her home at Gull I ave heen reported as fit objects fi)r
Point, Mrs. loulso Tldecman accl- l ,,. -, ... ......

dentally shot and killed the little
daughter of William Douglass. a neigh
bor, the bullet entering the back of
the little girl's head passing through
the brain.

The committee having the 63xLti
annual fair in charge is hard at work
on tho program for the three days
which it will run this year. Invitations
have been extended to the various
candidates for governor and Unitel
States senator to be present and speak'
on the opening day, October 9.

The storm did but little damage In
the section around DeFuniak. Spring
Some cane and rice were blown down,
and a few fences must be rebuil,.

Jinu iin J p'ni. ITe s nooners wr-."
tosseled upon the shore a few days agoi
In the storm, and every member of t.o
crew was saved after harrowing expe-
rlencea. Mr. Hoist thinks the vessels
may be saved.

It is rumored that $30,000 has beon
pall for the Jackson property In Tant
pa, on which site the directors of tIn'
Cracker National bank will have enrce
ed a handsome banking and business

Judge W. A. Hocker, of the tiI-
preme court, was Iji Dunnedin the past
week with his little'son taking a re t
and looking After his valuable or-
ange grove near town.

Our Job Printing Department

Is complete and up-to-date. W ,e are aprOede

therefore, to fill your order wltl* pviantne,

asurnlag satff tloa by doain. Cg 4utrk

such prices .


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day night, the professor drew ilner It go aiong. Shelle.r for li. ie rlianll it
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additional net In tlitl ro' ian i Irtlin- 1ti111. nil1i i 1,Inln -u h ,l intu 11111i 1i p':il 'i ly 1i iiilinut lal ii
lied, as w ell i .s it Ilit Ip'ros.l l t I of I in i. 1.P llc i l l.l i.l''.lti lar lin l iL't'c t lt
successful am id t upoin ilih lliii tribal AftIr st o:.ilii 1g ili i w li in ti i \ 111,1i all -.i i i.iint111111 i'X llsiItaI III
The queer contriilltlln Itllt Mlo.s tlig. It wills itrll ly lltir.lit,| d h,,I Ia :a l nla'ii f w i .,!.Il hily II tlii
2:!led w ith the n nIlni of lish-trnip. coMn- a skillet nitlal ,111tl .1 ine t:it i lln\\ it, I. -,;Iljlii .1111 'l r'lnrli of I
slsted m merely ofa n Ihllg s c leli ltil h I 4,| in int, hIiin pln lil4 ili \V 1 1 k iln l In il,,. lit ille i.- d. .. f lil.r ,1a biln
by a hoop, around whlilhli ti iiim ilh orf ili.ld Ihi l t I rl r %\ IIllh lh ti i lq11l inll,\\. lnnlci- .s\ I'I.itI of n t1 i
tile sack wuas fnptI nl d, aniil n <;lill nill Iht lhll ng1 \.1111 ;iat.g' iiwiilllstl-il. -.11i tn 'Whil it hllly atiretld,
of ropps, noe cial of cnl i itlo which Vwasi Th ls' p alitl it. r (calii.nllie h li cnl '.rt'- 4ill I l l1-1 latinlI. lt'iii'rgeK'I
fas'tejsie to pei lh lsileo o If tie lioo) ii lil, fully liiinrke1 i II i o It li :iII' tl i l,.-iin l\hIll '111i yli got ilinr, 1
the other end-i w 'ere f l'iild o int's g;11 ila.li I 'rlii naliy 11 lilci iinil-. 1111111, In hli. III iinIm htid II
C0i tIle O ip o slte Sides of Ihe strl'e:i i it :llt, 'ir l'o i niiip111li, Iht lit' li iiI. ,,-1 i ah t r t'ai. of i\\li'li I tit luleh a i Way as to lilow tlie hoop to re-- inil ila lit i lIW 1ta--tilli liraI 1 prl iunillly Ih \ In ln about hitlf wny sfiiltiintrgd. It11aalnli h l iIl' alilt- l It proft .iisO r pi' II al11- .i11tiniti' I. "hUir. p1iit
pn the bauk of tile c olel w ai a Inill- i,,uil i il t 01 io l I I t h tyI3 -,ihoIitil tili o' itiiit"',
teln, nl \vhilcll was bout half a t:illowtv Ills i ilnci lit ihr iitill whilt l lie IM.l1n11 i111i' ri'espma.'-il IiH wx ill
candle. lipa il l l(h other's 1i l ,i.'slht>d in dri'v- I in i i 11llih 111) I tri I'
kProdluclng somne inntn liPs Muose lit the iiing Ihlc l -l. y 11 luriloilu. ol t ii llptof I
cnudlleio an l iroceCtle il to p iiiio tui li "tn ) l il 3 i sw '" isk <]dt .1M ost How "w- i q professor tiliL i miolu t oplrnijll ofi eati-li- ard. "\\''1 I lin o- w ti it It ,
nl g lsh11 w i llx hIs iietlw-'i'lllg tl tiirnpl "No," lisIx al i, I i'l Ct'Fossor. 1110i rLiilllig Ills I 'lllt Ito I
"Youll just take li h IInni i niil w Ilk "W ell, you'd run i thl- ril.sk o 1r 'ili' "Li141 llin tlh 'reo!" AlioII tv
Into the Ilip iilit hoiihl d li' ininI l ip2 dr1l i'mux ld, I h i ll," I-id oi s .N nor, -who wiLU iI'is liii Ilg
in front of the nioutnh-o that tlie lisli "Yeti go ol, I. li.n,'' silt l pruofales'a r. ii'liilllns I. ,posillonll Iln
cnn see how to r.iin ll, lid \vewe hoyk 'll "riiill 1'11 ll .liId Il Ir;a ." |ill'i'd, 111111d the li1nihii l
O wny.v doxwn tlie cr'i'k n il drive ( So off l lih t iio.3 t ;al lx- L I. ild gdiiig i''W 1 li of lit'ling allot for
fish up nild into thle t ri nl." down 1IIh, strIni ii illn IIhoi II 111h, 'wi.il ('ll, :i('iI nit. "1 11111 i no \
Th le Iproft' or, as niilil'ihc'lolR of the(l isc'les il l a11 i lo'iii, iid Il.nlii yell- NA'ic4,lltis Siitll:il, pilrofress
nny trick no a hnli. bhlim'ktl liiiSllicll', Iling tiId \\iiuoIolill ii, oin tlike prr'vluo s I':ilIy.v IL tllho J ki kllil
and thenou taking tilI (lia t iitnrni. w. il 'i de it-ln-h!i-n s1l ol "
into the trap tllit It l o1 ,Stt for 111iiitt Ia11r illi i- 1itir pI l. on lli iic uir "I illo!" alid Ihl' liiach
Instead of for l lsh, iMi in I l l l'oitr.'- ii tli L)l t ) lil h iilil,,.i l i.11rf1.Sur nil i o l' tll i ls rle. "I1. ill
tlon of whlli'li l tlhy lind it' l only -x-- :ig., h. i i4 g sline. \ h'liti Ii li
linusted tl hlir tlhu niniI l ,Sil.n t Ill ti 'I'llo v l!i Ill'( ill 10 :11111 11 rl \t ly 1illi' i3, ho1 il'nr'"
purchase ofe thhenl t n rl;al out of wli'ili Ili os ii ly. iill 1till I gotl d1ow
It was constriiu ledi, lut nl sio lltilr Ill- Ti ind t I' 'li. xa irrl dil nl at pliint ll -" Anil crii xlliig 1 ill
gentlty li th lit getting i ip f t1 ll :i'li 1' 1it .1 Illiiili i Ilr |Ii.l ~f.esIsir ill \titl i h 1' llild Iet'i t
"Ugh!" grilntei li te ilofessorl. ;ri lie i \\ ril-l. lt .l \1 .]lalh. fr St .or lll' si tld 'owi lit' t iilt
reached tliu trL i iand plictJd Ithe Inl.t u 'Thit' ilie'' Uo cntiinlh 1 ,1*A -(i l ia ll tll l Soo iln S VI't lted In i plt- il:
tern in the po,.llih I idhnl elnicl, -"tils n d p lr hl Ih I"nl .i"i '1-Is tii'rl.v h tlh,. satlslt'lion of t 1hi
water is cold] as I'.. 1 \'iilll you boys litiliel l ilit Takiln g l, t ii l i' ll ollil ii 0 i ilt ol Ic kwoodisiilln iild 11ilh
to r.ak9 lr aste." tle in 'lt iii r. 't' l t lig t It. (og.
"tb. 'olr," re. ponde l tlhi h -(R. ThPrini IIt n t I lt i l:ii ln i' i\ n It twis noaw bl'roan d daylig
"You'lilhear us hlluern a 1s twecollie.' ipllilil r I' ill Wi, r i I );itntl. I rlrk hi' rit 'lilad 'l ili kvilllkLi I
alid Mose, tind fll thil ey startpel ]dowln-u \ s o ir ltll fi- 11i. NaI IlUnu i'. 11ii ri-lito dilmtiie' 10ovteC
the creek at a trot. 1. 1111s iin Ill111 l '. c(.llit i nit tIt'ilIn l tow irial
"All right," inld tI P iro1fi'.nor. l1ut lia:it .,n i .nill, w ,ll libn4 Of iin'.,, 1v4ry itil,
As ooni as iey ot ou t .i Ii l it t h ir ei i ti l ii 11 i l h Ili. r Ii x11 iol\ 'l x (' il r hi l l I a li lt' police I iehI ldi
gait slacke ci l to ti wiilk. whilcih ithl y niint i. li'. '.'Il'iild n'tlili lllt'aICII .I I ]
kept till !ihey Ir' ln-'h d i piohil xItni .lirit "W\\V'll; h i lllli I'., lith' Iii:illel h a ll i iiu lhl grinitdI, hillh'
yards d istnt front ll iho tr' whln., inw :" iliiui l ..... 1 n tl. oIh u ild flc nj'.lpcrH
settling then s lv' s on il a I l it I; y nl i ii I I itaI ll,' ar i g ,l ,. ll' .- .iali il' ilg l ill aIs 1 1) thoi tlic
the nlm o t upronrloiii tlln ,f yv'lll3 i linl prii r.1i i- r Ilai l;. II i\ .\iiu :i. l3iir iil,.aii illlirt'r.
howling thli at i nd ohi ver nx ltorat'i.il. d lii t t1 li ''." hi, I liaii I I'li't 11. prol fui r wia dit1
slumlben rig choesli of titm h t h ol 'odl N .nily imltll." iiil i1 rt'liCr i nt ol ll RuliJc. i
since the 'aborlgi n s Ina i il i11;ll Ihi \ l'1:11i's 10) I.a-. IIi : il iln ir' d Ili l' t rrlll titil's il rtll iD I
prem ises. ]oxir, -r. 01 i it\ ly, b til tlil jiilt \
A after n h oint nit liiin r l li In hIl i "l N m11iii ." ;4,ill 1 ,, 1`011 'I' lilnii !'. to) li i h 1 l t, IIId t l \It n
w ay (lle boy got Ilt alli t irllvi. '',l 1lii. ,I., til tI'lii tl y.i..ll ta l7. w hill four1 l U ilr Iis lll'tti ll.ll
slow ly lip tht Iul of lh > ct tlt' iU ila l,\vi ,i :tiit.l i tIIni 11 iri I '1 i \\ '' i ~1 rili t'ir' i\t'l vlw gir'l'i't'd l iy i
100 ynarl, \lit ii tili v ')' it,,l t lini foit r l i'ini,. s6'lvcs O lll her loat g, I lihrt llit' .y >o a l' S iIil ilt ti- I tl\ alit In lag 1 Ihi 1tioiV itinj ll il ti' lii' ii'iI lt,-rs
tinued to w hoop nii d ytin 'll 3 Il; s-i S ll .' ralilil i i 1 ,l I T I :i l til'.. Ilitin I'lcliilg iih dclitii'l'r o iulgiiiallza a I
W l ild l lnni I llt( ir fr ,,l thy ilit,- iii v w hr ilht frlw .
After iinotlier ho ir IIli t pi R t tialt y i pri i i) ai'.ir x1;1 < t \.ill::.'ii ,ll int l Iyg11311 'P'ils conilurt mIade nllotlher nfldvllinc wliih.l i lr'l.Llihl 1o g t iip i irl il:l i< ai thie professor nd t lie l li ti',ral whihilti "Atiilit u'r w.itllIh iil'. -nil .1%II-'. ihly :it IliI l; I.liCi it glro-'
their range of visiloU tholu lh, owlug to .,,ils -a pg,,i it:'l 1lk1' II" asHil ih t init h l ie i'enliii diagus t]d.
tlie darkuess tIhey wi re uflt visilhl i lit prfot.a.sr. I,'ni illy lit hnil-st liato n
blhin "lh s'' I know t i icilx 1 iii: i>ii'f >,-illii, "Hllrry up, Libo3 l" liat sholiitd. "I'iii oif \ i lsl l 'i illiik ti arilnii i tI ine ol t of tl p laklt' of tlie
lienrly froze, iind the i'nlll 'sn it-rl' Illitctll'.t -" n.lil lrt. calnly los'Ie IltrowndiI ani]
o t." I ,I|i't kimw, (ith ,r," i spoiiled ihi, 11o tle Irnile pirof' i nsor HI
Thliat s a wlilnt thl'y were wnillil p ai,,fu'.ui'r illn n i 'prei'tllil Ili', lita of Sklatik\llle f'roint ff lit
for--tlio Cnlitlt to i.urU out-ysn 111:1 t 1'i ith.mai lh .' riiliirtl il1 li i a Ih il t h loaok ililiisc lf 1o parlit8 unl
their failure to enitl l i h cou bc l. ilt l ui litoalllt' h.' lii I, l Ii iiil nin i3ly lililii- York WtcIhkly.
to the lbs nlr of te iIght. lunnnl Iin i' li-ii li I IZ hi d Inilt .
"Yes, sir!" tlCh y slhoxil cl lick "tt'" m "imt-' r 'l I' lti l i i li," Miild .1iRi.', A lMirroacopio i.rnd (
hurrying as fnit isn w -o cnl" Aind re- ipl>lololiht tiewlng tlipir io lls Lt[cy illalvniictd low- iirhin', Il ii i xy 1 Ii t li itt i Ii'nori lil'y l iiilt tlit tir
ly--very slowly--up tlh sireniii. 'liaty Ill prtil'tcau1 d :i liao iwo.lhli'rd Dl)strlhct ('ourlt of (Coloi
''Huriy up! 1illrry lup' itg1111in 1 t nIostutl o ti liie i'l hoiiti.. girlil Itich' wt-ly would pronliltl y Klvg to
the Drofessor. "Ttia cilill o x\-11 It' 0th t ui out 1t Ihey aolt l Ilil'i,'lr > liu tliilt; tlnln' u il i' Ii lilt' of gi'\t.\

In w o nilallllr es." t ielkil-,xi-s. 'xhell ii H rill ihi. hitnlcilil o saiitt. Eight ticii ir-'a
"Ay, ay, sir!" shonled Most, i reil Y. s lrciiii i'etlliy iliefti l f i themii. nlial up ilglihtenl othier for i p
"lut you must stop liollerin' or you'll liti ntl' y l it lo t igrnll il t as ucil lIi oiet pliele i'f wltt hiu landl nine
skeer the f ll." lloni thoir iaitrhid rlnlir. htn. tlie T irloiin H Hlinr
Sure ellough. II nlin t twti"o Iliili ute Pallllr '!" Ci'Jctiila el Moi I n N Ig Ii Itt lotted to -eii h l t'-'-i-ssldttHI
the candle gave a Ililt t.onvilsive flick- tone of voi l,,Ill. 1t l.tIhsti ll il y hid 1 't l Iof t ie pia-, i- In
er, annd In theli twiillin of a 11 i .vl to l,- dtii ll ytlY nlitlll -l to Mtil` Itrolf's- HlHilreip The 11111hint nnlve
thick darkuess rei- gnetd us Sih. ulu4 l.v slori l tile at nili thimn springiiing to oil it partition In iipractihi,
over the professor n tiii tlc fish-r11ap3 s'lilt. i thIle n xt In uieiti he wnlls oui t l relHM an oilrd r fI1 or tli, mil
clsewherc. tof ili pr'oftsaor'0 hi tilg. nnil lt thei division of Ithe puii
"Boys," said MosF, It n tonl laudc Th'li fcll(t wUts alI liland only iilapn a nmolln the vnrloill co-.o
enough for thle iarolf'e sor Io li tir 1hi11. coill ie orf tps nnll. ll. 1 i tll lsl ni it In thl t will Iw, nii opIral l
"there aain't no I e i w.sitcul li I this walter Ilie grnrc. ronxlilcitely tonlctlctu ll nxic -ih ipl.rilxrl ty. iiRs thP
niy longer; led's go lnl<'k n' git ouir from his onmpnulloin Ily tic nIe Il nl tp rPeny l i not ntidlil cloze." tnitlnet c n Iiitioughl he hnlll I-e(.l on tlie oIl n t'a lei of mllllonirht (
Seating thetnsHlvPs otn ni a IliR te sil opposite Ilei of til glole. Proctor Plrl filed i prox.
rcfll y resllltnt for a willie loiAg r"Palilntr!" rtellectl Ihi otlihr boys. theo dcifnntl, lndl nnAdhe
lnougll, nC tlify thought. for It ita h:i\ followliig MloRe' csaniple ofr prInging to flip nniwer. liti- w
TIcntliecin to o ac to here t whr hey lo one slde and qtualllg io the grass. glvein Ili whole fortiilgh
MAetn cotd ^ 'eir dihvLe, drels thelii- I.eft alone ihe t profes-or. wilh li ir the extraordlnnry arnaltilh
selves afid reIncih Ihal point on Ihlir re- oun Pndt, pnanedli n nionleutn tio rollect 1IH hve Ito get tllrouighll li th
turn-when they' got up anld resiumeli scattpredl Ihonugh. ttll ,ioly n*iontent. -Phllndelplia T 'l'hgriilph
their progress up stream. Another screalil. louig tdrawmi otit nlid
On reaching the trap Ilhpy fouliil IhI applparetilyl but n fivw ylards tlslnnlt. Only Gloom Abe
IProessopr on shorr. nnd though hlit lind Isett hl -plum' p bollty ln lnoltlo t, and th 'The winter has been
,'dtipletegl,hls toilet, his teeth wore uc-xt moniinint hu' "wnst reakl ver. and tlhe lake from
shattering louder than n paiir of easta- ncress f e toniltry ntfis t as n Il duck company gathered Its cro
rets rattling off a qulckslep ninrchb. legs could carry hlin. to a nuirih greater depth
"W'llt harve o ttry t over ng'ln Roine Tumnling over a log lying on the "I suppose, colonel," re'
Other ttme,'. 8aid Mlose. "nutd frech edge of a billk some twety feet high ln7At to the president of
pmre candle with us. I thought we and nearly pperllendiulnr, down which one cold niornlng. *"th
Ltd plenty tlls ntne, but we didn't. I he rolled, he Inuded in a mud hole at charge n1s so much for
gtteas I'll bring enougli nest time." the bottom. summer as you did Inst.
"Why didn't you fellows hurry up." Gathering hinis,.Ir pll ho began look- tng a tremendous crop."
said the priressor. "What mnde you ing for his hat, which lha parteid (comr- "We may have to .Ill
tblue so slow?" tile chatterlog of his piny with lillU nOl ihei way dcown tile stily replied the. prcid
tgeth ses e spoke causing him to cut bank. when anothPr crcam brpnking of the trouble and expeni
the' words into more Ihni the legati- upon his ear he struck out once llwort getting iee three feet tlh
ite number of syllables to whIch on his race for life. hntless and cot- Companion.
.ey wontltltl.d ,ered with mud from his .bead to his
i. l co n110 faster." san.l Illeel. PeldIlou. ial 0rlloli
'.ltos The winterr war so tllhuldclerlu' Coming to a briar p-lIth lie wal on The North China Dally
Wit t*e .ab weoldqp't drIve fast." tte point of diyerging front his course the ease of a Clltetie ma
'it I4 with i8l l explanation the In order t p try 't nd go around It when ing jilted by the young l
.r with'thih explanation ,,wan-1 n h e ly auoterd1 arm___ ,i th teo- abe se b.ed,.broke
elitltiranks as the boys another scream precdpltted the terror- she wa ene.. br.
011 4 st 'ilol. Ti trl*eu profEcor .lte the patch like met. g .lnto fragWae
'so brqlt ats t -bes.t tulW. r towad them, A lwr ho
S' iV, .. .',SiV ,,,etIt or ,W' 49 '. tltg b" '.ft $tC4 wit v' ,,".. 4 "
a-ttaeta "- a-.. .... AV.. .- t o'f t... 1" atait.w o. '
.Y :' .?~i : III cr,:l,+ ,,., ; + ,

,tEA" S Y A; r S VIL.' -,, d ..'
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Sibab ons, ith
tbold oil Itho A Rare and Interesting Trophy.
Without any

SC'.\Li l.t I' SilIIT I tI'-NT' Y IA ;L-I:ll \ V '1AT TIi 11 .\\I E'it I '.\ N .11 S.I1'\4 ( il N ATUltAL UI TI'TO Y.
A rntlic nd i itiresu hig a iit tilphy Is itnow r it l to bI e I1, onily gIiirn n' 1 oi11 1 t it i 1, lit i l 't t in ll i t of 4c.Ly buckl kin
on exhibition itm niig the North A%,i rl- I ind u ii cx isti in' ill Ia h t li' olll)* <.i-i it iuit 1 it, Iinllt o indlall fil lilol .
ic l ilitlihili t'oll.ltlon l in ih lliw v-'t flint ( Iil A 3 -v t a' 1'1 t1- I liOa1 hixi1al 11 1 I' 1 1i I. 101t'po lll i woir'lk.,
lieo whlilt(t ililii.. I llrto llt llnlii iry iui 1i i;, '. ai .ll, hd (I th front a1itI
wJing of itho AmN rien1i'cin 0 liistlllii l"of ,'lliiir iintnimslI IH tli il toit It friMii In-lI. ,% ,1 ,ta i|I, inhiil- and to tlh 'q,
Nniturnl istlul ry. It Is li tho sa i1 Itn'l.e rtil fnir thnt i nrly Iw shirl worn I' n iithl Iy War l.nll I, vi 'tilit Ili'r ht aili lu l h i 1s lilh" v r tii h i'h'l. Tth I I' 1.W.- t,1it >it" a ill grad' as ilI'
filnoslll i 1tl''ei' old h i M i wiii r'lor. t arai l' fr''lt a111 h1 ital i'k l Iil'll 'of thoe fnlt11. ',- lairs. a Ili1t. i-lig I I 11 1 l illne o111 i lm 'lniitC
'I1 l 'sv illn '1 n1il I'r tilllI Ilo l ln i of victlnis n111in l ell d ll\ II..-..- 1' \\ollifiln Tho full
la lit In o ii ry tr sa it ,ililtit, of illt iunRit'ere durh h4list '. ry I th, .. ,' I l -. nli1t hi i.i n tco tr-
Iills g -iinrlitit frcillii tilit flact Ihl11 II i ing i (u111 ii'l din l f ri nn llr lift utlhitNd.-- Nort Y lilt M ill iil I':Ad xproii s.
. .

Removable Shoe Sole.

Can Be Pt. on and Off Much Like a
A reiovinblo mlii'llii oli for hlolin,'s I
S1l nuov li'y whirt- will I it' iiliIi''r t e'lllltt by
ilia)nny illhl llng I ni ltr iiiil' Or l tilirlli'n ly
tlho e(igKI-(| 1|| Hi ll o eli m m o. r 1f i1lll
work, who rli tilo( iiirlled lito.w r Illi.
Iiil l Htia Il l(t l pi- l'l'iriifll iia of tllhl
h11ily Iln r, i n- 11111 i \vit 1n y 11113 t d shir'tl'o i

Ihr.TAI ttllOIt POII'..
Ito lillH i fro ii tliflr w\\crli. In it divh.c rc ei-liltly
l'roniihl t out 1to Il iir1l hi11 i ls ii m1111' tl ilih
11cu t1l oltu (tin ii IIl Inkin ofI Ilk I nh ritit l i.
11 Ii ri lia ll il ut Ill1t tal illl ti \'l|i l l ca.
iT h I cia iti llalha a t lia(.al ll l ix lliu i lit'. It
Till, 1 nm-111o ilrl? III ctn I u lim HIm I I' 1
hiown lin wl',l ll It i (ihlht4 oif ai H p1111
of the liz' uill i itti I oft h vII' y i Hli, l
solo, with li p rlhionm citl iwi ly ti l,

irn tli > flIhow l It l i d fill," ii < i pn111r nih

eIf Il t ilor '.ll l in i 1111 1i'l 1 11 i11n111n,.1 ..ll
Il l pin ., III hlllr lh Ihi Ki l ll llli i111irl
iH INH dilllla III ll mo t n oIi' (li Ia li' lln kaitI H
A t il1 m i t hl l o it llll ii'ar\\ '11 I I' il fhoI.
111.-v INr I il ID 'll'' o Ilf I. illh or hil, ni
ll:fei0 irfth1 11 I gi lll l1, ', uin1 11'dll d Itl
l ovi n1 ilh 1hi I. l .l elfl f il l f h, i ..

How Hemp is Grown.
Mi'ImII if' li1 I'liillliail Ihiumild o1
ill l i lr I lth plai fr.iii \tllilh' li I' ilntlnl -
I'l l'luirl d, Ia klllln i n 11 I s 'i-t.1ll11 M -.'-le'.l
its "l an1111 t .ltl' l."lt ." in l 1ly ti11 it u II tl\i "
I1-1 11luiI'l. It ll'llianr tI, thia plinutniiut i
I'r1 llllly 'lir' ly. I' 'llilll-l a Ilhu llitlilllil
plIn 'hi Ii l Illt 'r I hii I as I i h ltll'at. 1I ll
in lhi ap' it ith'
li'n Il Iixioll slr II hi iigll 'i lili l ty (li
tim. rl tl; thallh ell a tp l trlrin i t' l' h t ll-ll '
sIlaitsl In n ly y1' t' I n1111 hliIa Ih t Il IIlt.
TIli l1lnh -n h alli, 11. iirh'lll. ,4 'nii II( r liII
11,rt1111. ll ,11 I -l, l Il lhIt Ih 1e nrI 'llt
gluglll I I 1 I In grovill( iin 1 I ilh. It Iltiirl
Ihln'is on lilly lrouii ld. n ill. Illkt Ilit
lilnni n pliR il. lan t i' nil io( l H ai11i y i'rs
to Ihwer'. iiRn It volss- too Ihli llow-
*rrIng UgK' It IN it down 1 nd inn14o

1up n91111k froni the roots. nal mUn II (,-
gIlsnn Hts iiltillon to go to Hoo d. It Is
Inot pIort'i'llll tidI d ii s hlQoweveri, ias
tlinlt' i'rlilimu prutess rticl-a .s (lho aul Ihlo ilhm r.
'l'lia nminen Ir'oitWH t hli lirltlit ort
il'l fitr I liin I t ai t III 11 11 i' 1' I l illy

Ilitv n run i 'tauxat i-a laxtti, ctit'alludilxg
th'a II' lit' r i' l it ll ilill lltll' Ibit hl Ii,
t1 i l iower Hit-Ili11 1111ilt l lo theti'i t .
A1011i Ih y r 111-l4' Il0 1 ll Ih1lio C1l'l t ll w\\'IIV
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Sil A AIta A Ir 'ltli t'I I'lli IIrINI Il MA.IIi t ,

IliL filli'p. 'I. li- tail. nii r .ilo L4r iti 'liiI

1,- "Ki.ll l, li, l t l-,, 1ail a11 lll fill, Int ha" II I.l 3 ll'a ll I a illt x11i 14-1
lhitt, nithl ).'.Ih l ii, I llli it its t'i- latl -i f l'1 l i3.-illl tal alal 1 S' h, 1i
T' ,llo it im'hl g uai 'lll 'l i li, i i i h ,' lsl ti', l nl'i i.n l i I tI f ai I h Il. l
I lk- flnt r.lihi l nt ih il ., h u h Ili ll' !11 I'' 1 Olli i' i', ii 111Ii I rii \lt i'
'*'ri. w ..,.rhig Hiii ,,,vi. ,,r old,. mi-iiii mcll 1 1. 1 14g i(?' "* "* t M; '"I -'Z it
Is fnrnimish.d Iit l p nlfs. ,,, ,,.. t hII l d I n1 rs ,r.. w 1m,. l In IV II w,,1
i.-mlll. IIhatl f t l, ,iii ii m ll- l l- hI l lgil hl y Il-.i frl lly .11 ,it i rtlll' r I ,l ilt
talI's i .<,ig nt v ra y grc-ti nifon rf, t I. li s 1i1t1a t'-hhk anal malt h *It'' a x'ihl'.
h.'-nll Ii M Ii I hi utinlk, i vira ii-r n t T'll I lulla-h u-it f i' I l i LI el- i
illdild os to ll... lifie r f n |it ilr of Ihti>... 111.rIt H i 'g1,1111'h lh, hi Ih .ii *'* itl't,
for It ( ron) s ll11 t l1 r 114 ne r i vpinllu al i 1 "ly11" ;"711 1i.t 1 111I I in cha ** l

Il- 0i11.. In til-s Itil, 1gia 1 ly harl workei.d nill
wulal l lnln. fil'. wny fron tli' li y i l l Iti'iptir. toI iih
Afr t Oir ld t 1 il Itlhlhil- ho Iai d Invjtia l l i xilorl little itIt 1l lilt(a l i< Il unln.
tlihe yomll; It n ip t Iii b. il ital hii l'111t r i llar |rc' l iit4 i fit iiilno -h 11,4#1 in ri. :

lirthl. mill li1 rlan al 11ii ly nt -nid 1i hrit 1Ni -II n' l tlilli irty c l io lr iti i.
fli lir w llihi I 0l ii n ia ol II. i f 'll- l t lihi l tJl ii l l n a,1 tiill In ati. i-
liliul'H s ilnuighitair. 111114. li'ho Jtl11iair'i |'|i|lll It is.il-
"'eli ta olw gi'hii- 'iaii dli dt'it wlhli li t h. im<'l.

tilt i'-1tll4y tII l li'* lhils <,11 1irt-I tit, xlit liI
1Iu liilltl l ni fitl r i t -.w I lililllrt li,'
thouii lit 11.- lii- io 11i liJ,..'a|llilus.
"'I'i t u .mllls IhI, trilmllal,." prot i-- ,tl,
ti, Y il lii iillg at h a ,l ')llhiia llti .ly. rIt

'-a,,Iit1g Ita ut 1 s', iuiop 1 twhaoif of i ao I Ii i ag
Ia"r w .ii''" i'l l'ui',es.
Man'h foii II.sH fotr sharing hi1.
inlsfariilrlno IH 4 quiallied only iy tiF,
iHesllain'ey ln whainrlng up hsl gooil

.A grill -ItI I n t1i II' l( i fm IIi'I- 1idih 4o of
n. 'liiiu fruiti fhleo r iiiili li 1hto blnhitI,'r
Iwllv l xTh l ti ll111tv tl-.C' 1i 1 l .a l ir y
Ihiirt of thi1 Ilhr. iill w%-iIV I d litlch t
frll ih w hi h 11ll Ilk IIH l x ll l v' ||IJhi flthlr
tlin'llt ilk. I iiil I ihey 'ii'irI. tlhIiir r iaIllh

Ita all 'It i I If i l ii -e lil'l,, iraaa. 'lliialh
lalp ir IH Iiillald o' caf tii 1' !ia, inelm. -'iii'a ,I
ui'- lilllla llllar lll I 'h to It I I:t I,- s i 1i

It IH nnnsi 'rtl d tIIit JI'lris i illanIrn11 IIHus
a nllr alll IIn Iailll g h111 liiari Ti lir illllu
will emit1i wix lt it\' ili'ae t will tI faiallid


Ickt"-Youth's One of the most piahlbl, Instances of surprising hdw il-ydeep tly caill Ilgl. In
the suffering raised by Ile prolonged the recent drought thy vwerut knownli
ih Muldeal droughllts that halve bee reported frm to dig three sltd rour ft-tt dlownx, anid In
News recorts h 1iany enases t(lhy siurimrak the bottom
Ide rbo, ll vr I e wrld tblhs altonCOa!, withollut g ttlng i Wll Wiler. illildroeds
mda to whom n- .frol Afrien, when. a correspohdent perished rcnti hilrllt, iad iO no iuled
the engag*- writes": "It a a common thing to set ahile In a w'bkuL-end state from tAe.
ts asi riwalt- horses. wlieqi th Aliufilrt wafer nsr suaMn ginn ig vlin wiUy 1iU41 huldlpl -(lme
ma -l ried up. d lglng L b thl, Spd to.. t falt Ib the 1orsl l wgs (1w 1 4''if .t
s .si t qutaiS. $ iwtsfp4 a phooel" ;, ".

for It ald INt W ilIn', wihLit Is very

New Heater For Gas Jets
.\Nl iMl-(i\linliet t'or hlolling water and
in-r.I.Iti uiinu silich olerntlOlo on 1 j Jot
1i111. \ lilk iini lii-'iiitilCr'lt'e t Uintllel Is
itiji ia : lit' rat'alit aix'ovlelliHn. ''Therie nr
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iIIIIIV t ittiaimhI'iln tm o1l tie itnritkQt for
liiithli. w\li:.r ever 1i i li titnIl biurnor,
1m11t w rli iti'lltnil'i('ent hInmonr much
It llig, ti' i (I'till I d 111(1 i:rOll ir ty-
nig ilimlinmiii hliow F nill all-braimm
Hti 'e \\i111t li i ii lin Im(Il ii i er thl
I.l'rtllltV~l ll l,.,.n Is.v i iiinl i'iltI II by l r olvl'r. (I li n llI i l'teO
tilit i 11 ill 11 111 it li it of wIatirL In about
llir'(4 litIII i 's.

"The LIttle Father of
the Russian Fleet."

A I 1114 l r i'ntl r'loletrn fon ofr lie Il-
* 1,I'.lllltl. tr ,it' I o t, rllit I' Ill l ) Iv l t. 'show
ll('4.1r'-' l.i ,ly 1 11 i i lit', rr in niileis. Cont-
'rt'i'luKg hier Ill'- .11111- ll 'i(irllplic say's:

"Ilnl hbotil, It Is Int11lrctli g to noto.
I\Vll 1li(411t .111ill. I l111 Il ('aliir' Ivali th
Tlrrlml.a Iy nnllrll' tietn i ElHabethl
\Vliti I''t--rr ili (Irpnit wais it hby at
Ns., a- h. itl-i p'tityI l1 (thliu hbont, and
hi.tI hl- r i 11illl'd wI l hat lie eoulld Mall
%%lilit h iT i 1i lii i. T ilaN led to the In;
li,,r I IIi1 Ih ie ver afterwards look
111 111ii1l iiiiIirr'; and tlhe founding
,,I Irh. 14ii.l iii nilavy--lils Itrnt war
',l|| It-iith 3 Illil iilu 'ol tlatin couple el
-i' -rat(i, II[- tIt WiIn who chlristened
lir 'T'hi lt.lill'- Vitllher of the Russian
1''i.-i," 11 iinlnit clin Lilt borne ove
a ii-,. 111 iiii Itntln i tll to is regarded
rI t r' iitiill y. '

Iitilllin i ii e allnlr.
"'' llia 'ilt, 1 hila",''i i fI'iivr''lt mitheol
I\ l11i i4ll I h lU Il r 1111 11biii I-I11 i '1i ai nd In .
-.liillii"IIl, 1 Ili l-'Illill ii i rlllvleieO of
"l' ntllli nl I ,lilliig \N Ir I1 h r it buoy
r n tigly i Illrie (I %%n i' t lit wlnl It It
Il ii ltl uil1i i ilr-it p i-n taIii nixin td i1
inl p ,','4 it. m f0 on 41:i i ,f or inh
ali llll '.1 i. t I 1 11 liu l:t l '- fei Ilsllll II
S0l' r I Ia II I ll li ll lt i fil l t l illll. No ll
t'iilaie'lai t11 .iltd. i's i tl I-i tar i -a-my cin l t-

cill liillI w I Ir Iilii.t f twiv- l t I lithre
(i ,iii, 't.ilhl 1' it 111111. llin It I h 'i i iiy r two
Iiira 11.' 11im, al i t 111 l Iilir f141iwing
Ii A- Ni igi-h ul'ih li1 Iull-h i'r whu1 i Isthllii
iNt 11 in i,1 '111 li lil n 11 ut11 fII llt41iiC d to It
I li'w it .a -:i r:it i fa' Iitlr liihi( 'iilr a lta 1ano i

iciiin alrll iti rit Ii l hooii ;Ise a.liier

arle of primesn to be 4, to te
I'tii rt. hiiIi viitxii at iiinll of i ,fe$ik

.< .k
It IIi ta-i Ihmii Ity Ji-rititig omr Jitlgoti '
itiut iliwa fti r I I foot r cfr glit iad tilh eu
frimiLt ih i ttilfi.- ild anI b 8kai iji

e 'rlie o For a e Ivr t
The UititiA .Mhilihtty of Whim- aud
C01intuiUtiu-lcit4 i itropOquua to -offer a
series of iu-i'/.r to be '.Wlnler to the
iutlt iri Iti a ivtiitillus Ceiatcl utl-
Ity, bo11li t i'riti.utiflf' tw ftety of
raillwa) tiailll' lw-eral. h ll *a*lQ ia
rtditnli-ita tit.n ilty tWoiji"g of Unia',
'road f .

* Most o us cau Uxna.td l,,i
Ibq use ol 0* rcrAj +

MapID PROToqWapc- T 1rr^^ji;^

.* r nol niPrM .J -"^
'Intq4n press.
T;.o record for rapid photographlld '.'
priming lions been broken by n aiacline
recently hivented, and whihl is now
ncigngmil in the work., of turning out
print for fle puIlbllclty' b reau of lie
I,olnilliian1. P1'rchllaime fpost loli. This
iniirrlinoi In a very crmpait affair, no
InrgeKr tlian n finnl table. The cabinet
meen In lile ilutltritli l herewith repro. ''
dltied, tinder the table top contalum al
i')i f ctiilli-power electric light,.whilcl
Is onistnliilly in oprautloln and which l
cove'rmi, Ii order to concontrate all
ti ll light r iyn oil the o1100 of senlltive .
piper. Theiit ler -i het-l In place over ,"
the light Ily it devhia- which la to be '
e'nll In ho top orf Ih inhlil. 'The print-
Ing operitloin In i, rrofrn'ietl by tim uian- ',,
Ipuitiiton of. n trx'edie, wlilci is moved
ltnek and forth lindeitr tlel table, and the
IriintHs inr mndo aIlnicst II rapidly nn
ililI 1.1n be doeo. In neit, tlie special
it I nl-A ililclll4 n Is almost aB great as
i II'.i t i iow r pri tlii i ltWllll ,,
T '1'it. -111T' iitcld lin t li l l 'ila blae Is
1hitt it li ,tlx i is tin d iti'voloplnl pa- -
I I-r i 1 ii, I it s<.i' lil n1 I0 arUicial. '
light I 11. l 4- i- lm of 1it' ,Ii- tlred lt o ,:.', '
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A-t0. '

on Ihe lop of ithe Ltilo,. The operator
pltRs 1ho 1 little In11 ih 'o llln "'ir-ps 0tli0
lid ovur It, which li Iitirne ierfirt con-
tatn of ltie plipe'r wLIIn loli niegative.
tPr sutre on t Ili trendi' o loielns wling
shutter tinder tho tlible topl, whihli
heretofore prolucth tlit it'gniative- from
tlio actloi of the light. A meeiuln or
two ait tho mount is Ltilllnlrt for t It
exposure. niid na thl treadlo Is allowed
to fnll I cIuk Into Ill nornirll poiltlon,
tho ahtllter Is 3 ifrlil closoud. Upon
Irnll ing lic! lidh tlit pnacller li projectedt
liy ii tprling attachnliniltu, leaving all
in roaltllnien for tlie hiIccCoding Ihoot.
l'Thel ope ratol-H alt Lt. 1,1lxi hiaVO lie-
conio very prollrclit wllit thi clever
lilt of salec'hiin ,inu ai ndno o Ilieyounarl
Incdi0R recently eastllll'ihot l thl rtcoir
of l-ill april in it in l ou 11111iu h s11 n11
n11gativ'o hiiig 1uic.tl ilri'lig Mill thiit
line. Oil liiiitther in'ee1iiin, wh1ili It
wilA noriHet nry. l i)iikoIlklu larInlH fIroli
thirty difformit iicegtilves, u ilit prints
re ro lindo in tlirel hioura. 'i'lTif Intle
taii Itilr r ordlin ry '*eiliniillsltsiilH,
wauldl li ive roqilllrdl Ilithe imrvices ol
six men,
Tie prints itndihe time of so lnvltshly
bty (Iho JExpioHlthltl iiilliihlllHei nrn for
tlie pilrpose( of nlvortlilg the eVpiit.
'l'he prints arn Noint1 to niewxispeL'rs anil
journnli of viitrilnii khidl whvlihi inilaiku
11sO of Illl ttrl of tll ('hilurnctl,'.

New Safety Lamp.
A nlli~ow fnelsty liin, Ith t iii' illllll fen
turn of whirl I 4 liti IIt cinalint ini
opuirl l ,by' nlay Ilillhnorl)zed le'rmolln,


ha. Just bten Ilntillduicfd In llivairla
It is cllainel thlint thle lanili IH e ripecllly
adapted for nin In fnl-torlcth whleroe
conhiu illhl Rgoods aret nailnitifcttireld,
Ipedlal ranrdleHi, I.lrning twonly hIotul
and giving perfect flight. inro provided.
The lamp Is fnndlni n rnaldy milo in all
parts of Southerrn Clernlllily.
ilntural Wmnder. ,
"Why Is It river.bth greatest frehal
of nature?" I .
"Didn't ktiow It wans. 'Whyp I It?"
"A river has a head, but nio Coot.
Itl molitb Is win1e Its feet ought to
"Pretty good, .A monntiath Is mouno- i
what freaklsb, eale -WF have all eean'
the foot of a tultatasin, hut weo never
heard of s m ilhtlin bead."
"'bTht's a q. tUIl it uInlat havo n head,
fdr It haii diar.'
"iall earb? Hlow's that?"
"Q, all Di. Did you ubver 0se a:
mnountten'-Kanan City J Jraall.-.. '
, -*' Xts .l-, a'a *
"Tos tall silk hat." observed d. i
tde1t t affalr-, "Is elf eiTeentlal
tHe equipment of the human wlot .l
be anybody In society.. IForitSi
the man who doesn't cate to b'i
whose head Ils hard inoaflghnot to ,$
the protectlon.--PnelP '. "

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S ib alneTThe Puwenta.-Aorda .[erald, last
S- D. B CIODWIN, -, -week -devoted a afnimn and a
lbdltor and Proprietor. quarter af editorial space to a '"do-
S.___ ----- lug up" of the GAINESVII.LB ST'AR
altered April 28, 1903. at caineville, and Tampia .Herald, but after all
P Fla., as second-class matter, under Act of this, we still live.
S Congress of March j, 179. The Punta Gorda Herald seems
Puledevry Tueay and Frday to think it 'terrible that the Star,
at $1~00 a year in advance. and the Tampa Herald should have
S50 Cents for Six Months, called attention to the facts that
Sc': 25 Cen for Three Months. Stockton has nade charges .against

Local Readers in revere type. 5 cents
,- t

Taliaferro that *ill injure that can-
didates chances for nomination if
they jo unchallenged, and that so

ret together enougho. -f lh,~e~e ana not designing politicians, ar
get togeIther enough of t e bers masters of the situation.
of the St. Augustine city comilucil
to form a quorum. Why should A business man in Levy county
men ask for, or even accept an of- is just waiting to see if Gainesvillh
fice if they are unwilling to perform is going to stay dry. He says Ili
the duties of the office? Such neg wants to bring his family here il
lect of duty on the part of officers the liquor election contest case is
is wrong, decided in favor of the temperance
heAlachuacountygetsfew leent d the saloons are kept
: n,. Alachua county gets a few t,., ...

S- "' fldred miles of hard r
S d, every business i
armatr owns an automobile
S get to t tieling in town an<
i: th sutih.i Vl ty that
pr, .St alobi ,tet bighways
: Ran apperanD allmar to
WtAP~l'9Rr .lj

Ia -- ---c, ult nC wOut bring them i
oad Con. there's any danger of the saloon
man and being opened again. Well, Jil,
e, and we yots can bling your family oi
d country Gaizeville will stay dry; the li
the rulle ceMed saloon dlei hard, anywhere
. present but here i Oalnesville it is dead
that of a dead, dead.
Will be
0P4'(4: th ad us 60 dalar



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a line Ior eacL insertiUon. --- ----- O ---
Space for display aIdvertinements priced far they, have not been refuted, and
on application, then that paper confesses and de-.
clares as follows: "The Herald is
GovernorJennings will not make not authorized to deny or to refute
the grade next year. Mr. Stockton's accusations, but it
e G n bm s b has considered those most persis-
he Grman boom seems to btently presented and has arrived at
booming right along.
the conclusion that, if true, there
Do not violate the game laws. is nothing in them discreditable to
Get posted and obey. the personal or political character
of Mr. Taliaferro," -
Cleveland is a remarkable man, Now, if the voters of Florlda
but he is not needed if Washington. thought about the ma~ir ais th.
Punta Gora HIferald claims (
Closing saloons 'in Gainesville Pata or ersld c aims. : tc
.has injured bussls-the saloon think, It would be good and well fot
.has injured business-the saloon
Sbtusness. Mr. Taliaferro;' but they do no
think that way; he mpst deny the
Tampa parents know where to charges or the voters will believe
send their boys to school-they them true, Editor Jordan's opinion
send them to Gaineaville. to the contrary notwithstanding.

"Some wicked fellow," says an lROUD OF HIM
exchange, "has said that the It is gradually being admitted
trouble with Carrie Nation is that even by the opposition that the
she cannot let whiskey alone." Hon J. N. C. Stockton's speech n
Punta Gorda was a brilliant one
Ten lawyers have been employed It is an able exposition of the dis
to defend James H. Tillman, mur- honest methods of the corporation
derer of Editor Gonzales, of South element in Floride for a number o
Carolina. Tillman realizes that his years. Mr. Stockton has been th
case is a bad one. leader of the people's cause a
tA hese years and no man is bette
SA brother editor commenting on able to give the history of pa.
wdies raising their skirts when contests than be. A lessdetermir
walking says: "Ladies in this ed, and les forceful man would
town raise their skirts while walk- have despaired under the defeat
ing, and it's all right as far as we which the people's cause met, bl
cata see.' John Stockton was a leader worth

Jacksonville seems to be taking of the title, and he kept on until
the lead in the matter ot terrible we have won almost completely
and unprovoked murders just now. He is a man who it may be sal
There should be more hangings never sleeps when he is on trial c
over there, and the hangings should the position, and this is the kin
not be confined tq negroes. of a matt whom the people of Flo:
Ida want to represent them in ti
If people would always talk as United States senate. He is
they expect to vote, there would be born leader and when he gets
fewer candidates. Many candi. the senate, Florida will be proud I
4 dates are fooled into becoming such own John Stockton as her Senato
by the flattery of voters, and such -Madison Recorder.
practices on the part of voters areNESS AND BAPTIT.
wrong.The Baptist Witness speaks
"The leadership of Booker T. the Southern Baptist as "Th
Washington may be unsafe," says Stetson Organ." while man
the Chicago Evening Post, "but at think that the "Witness" miiglt-
its worst It cannot be so bad as the with perfect propriety-be spoke
leadership of those who will gain of as "That Forbes Organ." Th
control of any political organization Southern Baptist has been letting
of the blacks." the Witness severely alone, an
has grown and flourished. V
If Russia will continue to murder hardly think Brother Porter wi
Jews, and Turkey will not cease succeed in picking a quarrel wit
murdering Christians; it might be Brother Holley. nor do we thin
a blessing to the world of mankind the manner in which the Witnet
if the Russians and Turks could be is being conducted with reference
turned loose on each other until to the Forbes-Stetson affair is dc
both empires became depopulated. ing any good to the cause of re

Fildes should not think of suing peae D,
legion, education or peace. D
aides should notpa s aout whatg orbes has resigned from the pre.
andy of the papers about what has idency of Stetson University, an
been said about his visit to Rasp. every real frie of the institute
berry Park, but rather he shold ldwould ke to see the Forbes-Ste
think of suing the proprietor of the woutrovertyha now purely per
saloon from which the bad liquor sonul matters between those two i
ht "on him u" ws scud ,sonal matter between those two in
that "done him up" was secured. dividuals- d outside of
dividuals-settled outside of thi
Editor Jordan, of the Punta church and the school.
Gorda Herald, says he is pained to
learn from some of his exchanges Mr JORITY RULE.
that Punta Gorda was wiped off the There was a time when we wtr
map by the recent storm. He says a firm believer in the plurality ril
the town is still there-trees, roses, in primaries, hut since considering
houses, dogs, children, etc., and he the fact-of which we became con
wants the town restored to the map. vinced about fifteen months ago-
that when only a plurality vote i
Why should some of thle State required to nominate a candidate
papers be advising the future gov- corruptionists can easily nmanag
ernor to retain the present govern- matters so as to insure a split up u
or's private secretary? Mr. Dick- the vote opposed to their interests
inson is doubtless a good and com. while they themselves center on thi
petent man, but we are not one object of their desire and thereby
who believes Governor Davis will cause the defeat of the best men
need any advice about who to select we are as firm-a believer in the ma
as his private secretary. jority rule as we once were in tlih
-.. plurality rule. With the primary
According to tIhe St. Augustine ad the majority rule the people
Record it is a very hard nmaote gp.m.

were docketed, and after the couu-
Sty went dry thlre \vns one period
of ten mouths during which there
g was not a single arrest for drunken-
-- ile .

Is f Mr. Joln N. C. Stockton were
c to open his barrel instead of his
e pepper box he might catch more
f votes.-Ocala Bannet.
Does the above mean that Editor
e Harris wants to get a little "sub-
sidy?" Lookout, now, Brother

One week from today (next
Tuesday) His Honor Judge Wills
' will convene court here. Let
Those who have business iu the
Court take due notice and govern
themselves accordingly.

S Bishop Turner, of Georgia, ope
e of the greatest negroes in the
e world, believes that separation is
the only way to settle the race

Oranges are already being ship.
ped from Florida. Alachua coun-
ty has several nice groves well
fruited this year.

Diamonds, rubles and sapphires
are said to have been discovered in I

Whem you come to courtM et i
wVeek r me t;o b


several weeks ago, that his candi-
dacy should in no way interfere
with his obligations to tne people
of the State as their Governor, we
rise to ask: Whose interests have
been' most conserved by his long
'official' visit to the encampment of
the Florida State troops at Jack-
sonville, the expenses of which it is
presumed the taxpayers of the
State are footing? Is it not a fact
That the interests of the people at
Large could have been much better
served at the capital? Arid is it
a not reasonable to. suppose that it
e would' have cost the State a much
o lejs surm for him to have nade the
r usual short 'official visit' and then:
t returned to the capital? Is it not
e true that with other expenses the
e cost of maintaining the 'staff,' for
Small the time unnecessarily spent at
the encampment, vould have been
saved altogether? Some of the good
People who are preaching Jeunings'
economy will please answer."

t Now, boys, when you are asked
by the grand jury about that wlis-
"- key you've been buying at blind
n tigers-as yon will be asked next
'f week-just tell the truth about it,
e or you may get into right about
II tihe middle of a mighty awkward
'r position. It is known by others
st that you have been buying liquor
u- from blind tigers-we have cal-
d toned you about it but you did it
Is any way-so you would better
it spit out thie truth when on oath
y next week.
. Why should we vote for J. M.
d Barrs for Congress front the Sec-
of ond Congressional District? Be-
d cause he is one of the most sincere
r. lawyers in the South. Because
le when lie engages in some big
a undertaking it is in the interest of
t,, tlielmasses, anid because he never
o lets tip until he wins the fight-
r. until he gniti. a victory for tie
people How do we know these
things? His past re'contl proves
them. *
at The papers suppol(rtlma Talia-
IV ferro's candidacy ire not calling
That genltlenman "Our ]Businles
en Senator" so much of late, and
ie ruany.people who have been de-
g nounciug Stockton's Punta Gorda
Id speech are now ready to speak oI
'e it as a magnificent one. Things
Il are clinging, and in the end will
th come out all right.

S The good citizen who goes on a
e criminals bond because lie feels
sure the criminal will not run off
Sand leave the bondsman to pay the
r money, often unintentionally en-
courages crime. If the criminal
d could be made to know that good
Citizens will not go on his bond
There would be fewer crimes corm-
in itted.
r- te
' In the town of Chlipley, Washing-
e ton county, Florida, during the last
year that licensed saloons were there
eighty-seven cases of drunlkenness

go. that a favored fow ."I. fiat.:L~l~g
U e cement that iho.W oo4,tul-

= %gaL

ceptionus iUn tus scousng Cncsrusa-.
Tampa Tribune.

The many friends of ex-Govern-
or H. L. Mitchell, now' county
treasurer, all over the State, will
be grieved to learn of his continued
illness. The Courier trusts that he
may be speedily restored to health
and strength.-Plant City'Courier.

Hou. W. M. Holloway, Superi:n-
tendent of Public Instruction for
Alachua county, is announced by
the Palatka Times- Herald as a can-
didate for State Superintendent of
Public Instruction. With Mr. Hol-
loway as a candidate it is our opin-
ion that Mr. Sheets will have his
time about filled to prevent defeat.
-White Springs Herald.

John N. C. Stockton's broadside
shot that certain Florida news-
papers are "subsidized" may or
may not be true. No doubt, some
of them would like to be. Any-
way, the pepper box has put a lot
of them to sneezing, and it looks as
though where there is so muth
smoke there "mout be a little fire."
The squirming is really funny."-
Florida Labor Journal.

Juo. N. C. Stockton is getting
some hard blows from the country
press, but he is also getting many
pretty bouquets which offset the
"knockers." In the meantime Mr.
Stockton is jogging along in his
usual trend, disseminating cam-
paign literature and winning votes,
which, when counted, will prove
more than one man's Waterloo, and
it won't be Stockton's, either.-
Florida Labor Journal.

In last week's issue of the Florida
Crescent the editor informs us that
Gov. W. S. Jeunings is to be "tri-
umphantly nominated next year"
for United States Senator because of
his "magnificent record as Govern-
or; also because he is a great friend
of the people, being, according to
the Crescent, "fancy free and heart
whole as to the corporations."
Now, if this be true, why was it
that he signed the infamous Flagler
divorce bill? Why did he not use
his veto knife on that? He dared
not do it.-Live Oak Democrat.

The "great and good" Times-
Union refers to "Some of the little
scab papers in this State." While
the Democrat has no knowledge as
to whom it refers, the reference is
undignified and unworthy the ut-
terances of a State journal. The
Times-Union should be a model of
chaste language and elegant ex-
pression, but can never succeed
while it allows such expressions to
escape the -blue pencil. Editor
Wilson should order a supply of
muzzle and press censors.--Suwan-
ilee Democrat.

Mr. Stockton is not a polished or
really eloquent orator, but he is
better, he is an earnest, honest
speaker, who has heart to heart
talks with the people and with the
energy of saying what he sincerely
believes, he gives his plain, every-
lay words a propulsion that sends
theum to the hearts of his hearers,
ivwhere they find a lodgment. He
peaks of things that have meaning,
and therefore are interesting to the
everyday citizen of the common-
wealth on the most hat confront the nation, how the
gigantic trusts and monopolies shall
be legally and equitably controlled



-- r "In view of the fact tha4 Gov.
Jiennings withheld his 'announce-
ment as a candidate for the Unite;
States Senate for several: months
for the alleged purpose of avoiding
any conflict with his official duties
as the chief executive of the State,"
says the Tallahasseean, "and in
view of the further fact that great
stress was laid upon the allegation
in his press announcement, made

wicL. Notice Is hrei gIive that on the 2 .t.

As there is only one "Shets Inday of October, A i)., y>, the iuner-
dy of October, A,,
the wind," Superintendent Hollo- signcrl will apply to Ilis Etxcellcncy, W\'.
wy need ot have much apprehen ~ s Jeninlp., Governor of the Sltae oft -.*
W Florida, for 'l etters Patent;r, ion the "
sion:--Orange Cponty Citizen. Charter proposed below. "
I Thir 21st day of Selpteinlet.r, A. FD. ,3. a
1. 1 I ll"M-i.lx I
Thus far John Stockton has held iE. ). WV N,
his own in the campaign. He has x. 4
the faculty of looking out for his AR'rIcLIS 01 INCORP'ORA.TION t'tl.' l
wife's husbaud.--Paatka Times-' GAiN"'viLi., It'.ANINt AMN) .,
Herald. C. i:o.UY. Sells all
I. -
o The name of this corporation MlMnll In- ,
Dr. Forbes, of the Stetson Uni- The Gainesville 11'anitr ani Coffin, P K r h
versity, has resigned, and the Company," anil its principal place ,of ius- I
ineas shall lhe Gaeinevillv, FIriqlAt. 4- Kinds of Frs h
trustees think the outlook is bright e11. ii F .
fora very large attendance.-Su- 're general niattre o thie bsini s. n, ATI T
wannee Democrat. be tratisacted hy sail corporation hnll le be
the manufacture and sale of colrlTins amidl J nd i
lumber, and the operation tof a pl'initg ;
Alachua is growing. On almost mill, and such other liisinet, as Ipertimas O..-
every side can be seen new build- tlereto. -4 W n
ings, and improvements. No town The amount of the capital stot k auth,- U e c
the size of this can hhow a greater prized by this corporation shall be Twentyh 0 "
Thousand ($2o,ouo.oo) Dollars: tile nuiun
per cent of new buil41ngs.-Alach- ber of shares being two hundred; pr,
tin Htistler. value of each share One uitndred Dol.- please o
lar (oo.oo). Ten Thousand Doars (oo.oo. Te Thousnd dollars
(Io,ooo .oo) of the stock shall be. sub-
The Tribune has received .con- scribed for and issued at once and paid in PHON 4
Scash or other OrOperty. All stock shall
plaint that resorts not far from the be full paid up when issued, ad shall he
city are permitted to sell liquors on non-aisessible.
Suinday-and not with imeas either. I. v. _; ,... __._ __ __
re officers should, make-.no.ex- han The term fsor wnichet.aid coyears ltio'
ithe officers should-1 make no 'ex- shall exit shall be ninety-ninet years.TT T7T
d-pntitra in thik vlrigainor l ~i do -


The business of said corporation shall .......-
be conducted by a I'resident. Vice Iresi-i-
dent, General Manager atiIl Secrietary an1l BTALIHnsO 8s0.
Treasurer, and ia n ourl olrf I irectlri- to
consist of three ntienibers, atil s.tlih (,tltr
otncers as nuy b'e creanlel :ind appoiinto.l H F. D UN
by llte Board of Directors, or s.tickliohI-
ers. Th'lie bushiless siitl e bt-condil ittel b1 y
J. L. Sledlin. resident; 1: 1). \\,y'.u, Oton D p rtm ent ,
'ce-lres-, M. Kile.. iL.iniril t, o AINaLL
Manager iand Sei ret.ary anl L'r'i-isiirti.
until there hall hali e Iren i t*1ii ii C ` I
officer. theld i b thegh stock Paid fo, ua lnd ott io
til l tlie ame shall h 'v-e be it tult q,11 :,lie. i.
The first annmual nicelintig frn" tlle .i cII
oJtuory, A. 1 ,,i "t,, ,., I, Sit In Seed or Lint, Large or Small OQl ties.
January, A. ]). qu an ,i o ,,Ith 1 Ih. I it vt
Tuesday of Jiatunr'V ol eacl ve:., llii ti
after, unless changed Ily hiii Iow- f tihe Advances made. Warehouse charges free. Firm offers
I niacle by letter or wire. Correspondence solicited.
The highest t rio of indiil)tc.ljel,- or
lThility to which the said corporationi cali
at any time subject itself, ,lill Ie '' --- -
Tlhosannd ($to,,oo.oo) I),ollars.
The names findl residet.-iie of, the .utb 0 'ESTABLISHnSD s r --'
scribers to thi., proposedi tiater .ire. I HE ALACHUA COUNTY ABSTRACT COMPANY,
N. shares. ade, Montrook, GOainesville, Florida.
1. D. F V3%n. (;aies ile, ilhl., .s riaTIheqnuestion of title a first consideration for the investor.
shaIre. Riles, aiesvill, I..,of Title To any piece of land in Alachua County
J. L. Medllin, Albion, F 2 slires furnished on
TAXES RETURED AND PAID. All business given prompt and careful
State of Floritla, Attention.
Alachriiia Couint v.
'ernally camlie Ibefre te I. i t Iile, B. R. COLSON, Manager.
ine well kuowni, s vetnalIy ait kni le, iged I
Sthat thy eeachdli ined e al.ve .iniA IurC-
going proposed (.'lirtel ii t lii iii.iiinti i --
autl for thie uses a l inpurli--,.1 lthi ein

[ E tAI.. 1: F \ .
Notary I'llic,' Sutlil, (.I ilhrl., ni r 171I T. I T^r
Large. My coimnii.-.stti c xi,,,'.-I N,,i, Z XXi. I
her 9, 1903. Schedule Effective June 28, 1903.
.State of I'loridan, I .. -...... ..
Levy County. j : I 31 I 55 | SOUTHERN DIVISION. 1 54 34 I 66
l'ersonai1y caute beftoi' tie J. k\ll It, )i ''"il 3 cop Iv .. Jacksonville .. Ar to 50s 71 i S5 oop
lin, to nme well kntowin, ito u'kloUlI- i i.s 551p 3 40p .. laldwin . 1o tla 6 301 4 20
edged that lie signed thie nlove nan. fire- 1I .li o 45p 5 u3p .... Waldo ...... 8 2oa 4 o4a a 5
go ig proposed Chatrter ii lthe iniitir u r 2 2op .INESVI LE Lv 7 53a 3
a Ld for tlie uses niid p)urpiosbs a;s thlltiii . 5 36p Lv A Ar 7 53a2 . .
set forth and contained. ..... 7 55p Ar .... Cedar Key ... Lv 5 15a...
Taken L;idI nckiioa t lso l ge tI ,ed tie rie i 21 . Lv Silver S rings .. ;2 5
on this 27t1 day o rf August, A. ). I,. 5i) 12 .. 1 11. ..
SA:..] Il.\iN\ R. ClI'oSN, : 55P 2 it Wildwood ... 2 a23 5611
Nolaryn.Ptllil' State of I loIt ida 1.t rge. 5 p 7 a . Orlando 7 8 25
i y ottiiiiis.lioitl expires int.li ., 19 -7. I .-lp 14 I a pade City o aS p Io 37R
5 ip 5 3ya plant City .o 3s 2 e 39
State of lorial, I : P 1 2o ..... Palpletto .
Levy Cotnity. 7 2a'p it 46a . Map.tee 29 a
Personally canie itluore nme N Gi. Wnle, 7 45 i 3p Sarasota A
to mie well known, who tickn ICtin l.ged( 6 wp 6 45.S Ar Tampa Lv .. o pS 5
that he sigmicdl the above antd foreTgoinR oop 8 5
proposed Clarter in ite nnner t nail for NORTH AND EAST 34 66 WEST & NEW ORLEANS 56 57
the uses annl purlposs ns tlherein -rt orlthl v Jacks e
andi contained. I.v Jacksonville.. 45a 7 i4p Lv Jacksonville 40P 9 a25
Taken and anckiiowledlged Iefortfe ioe tAr Fernandina r oa 9 oop Ar Lake City .5 51 p I 2m
This I7lth dav of Auu, A Ar Irniswk ... 12 olp to 35p Ar Live Oak ... 6 3P I o4P
[S Ati...] I Vl. \ It CA i.o-)I, Ar FavanniI zi op II 5oa Ar Madison ... M 7 55n I 58p
Notary O iPublic Sttie atl I.,T 'o- Ar ri"'irfax . .3 09P 1 44a Ar Monticello 9 3 1 5
tnissiont expires Seaptember i, ,. ,Il umak ..... 3 57P 2 2oa Ar Tallahassee 9 40P 3 2u
[Ar' olulid .. 4op 3 55P Ar Quincy .. 9 4 4P
--- -- Ar Cmnt 7 40p 5 54a Ar River Junction ......5 05p
SHBRIFF'S SALE. Ar lanllet 9 55P 8 osa Ar Pensacola .. o 5op
U e aSn b irte executi Ar SVilnuingltoines 12 05p Ar Mobile. 35a
A'uler atil i iirt of a.i exe.iio1i 8 i I -p 9 36a Ar New Orleans..... ........725a
sued out of the irc Cir Cotirt of Ilorida, Ar Raleigh ...... I. 53P o 45 Lv Jacksonville . op
Fifth Judicial Circtit ill and for .ltl Ar Ports south 8 o 5 35P Ar Macon . .. 3 o
county, oli favorite .th ay of iarct i ,\. a, Ar Richond. Va 6 35a 3 12P Atlanta ........ 3 5
g19o, it favor of W. A. lt)nia1t, l llI Ar \ashington .....o o 830P Chattar.ooga . . a oSP
agaul1xt R. I. Mitdlltelou. .t, I.. '' I..cii- Ar I ti ore 25a 11 25P Nasbville... p i9 0o
nell, ais Sheriff of .naid couniitv illld Sitte. Ar Philadelphia 36p 2 5on St Louis .
have levied poll .s tilhe property ,-f thle \r New \'ork . 6. 7 30a
saidI R. D. Midillet,t, and still l l at ,4 15 6 30 Chicago ........ 9 15a
public oi.tcry, before thne coirt ...use
public oor. in te city e tf ic cniurt luse .'Comnectio ns for Palmetto, Manatee, Qneeo qudl arasota, on 30, Fqept lalpr-
door., i du 0 thtine city of -tie. rll'.uAth d.tvs, front Uainess'ille. r-
coutntv, I:lori, o ila. 1u 51ondv. the tl 'ri No. 34, Seaboard Express, d rawing roo PllNM a lpeP nbetw
of October, A-. I 143, butWeetll Ilic' elegi'ul 'r tpn, Jacksonville and New Y'ork, via Ricmond and W nngton, eb
hotr of sale. all ttaL eCt;liu 1,. pice or oaces ten Jckenvlle and Washington via Richmond. Cafe dtin
partt'l of Ind', sittat, I. nii i i In Iig ar say caches Tromtween Jacksonville and Wasintolvia ih .
In time C 'ouitmt y ,f .4Alclitti ."-late ,,l Flor .emice frotu Jacksonville. ""i" "
ida. particularly i nou it ui'it i No. 66. Seaboard Mail. clay coaches, mail, bagga e and express cars bItween
ida. particularly ,nou 1,,1.l dIL,'J'il,,IL ,.S jacksonville and as go and dra in
follows, to-it I r lille and aehington, and drawing rooml Pu man sleepers between Jack-
follorws. to-nIt -it fu '. -Iiiltc and INew York.
Alitidred t fi-eN. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Albchua. Williford, Wamnee and inter-
Addtition to the towi io fIhghm pnl4;, |ineliate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Ftheil Ter gethaitr aen th alppereilanice o NosI. j6 and 57. Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
the Isnle, eioIIngitg orsii iP e aert 'uhursdnii yst It .for Key m.West and Havanua.--Leave Port Tampa Sundays, Tuesdlys and
the saume.tielutigitiig or it1t :v ie ialIer- ht'iursdnys, I I p. in.
0A. 0. MAcDON.E-LL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
SnaiTproperty to tb isold .t. the pboler- i. C. COBB, Ticket Agopt, Gain"Villlp.
ty of the said R t. 1). idlletoul to piy
said exrectitLioi andi costs.
I.. \V. rlN M I.l., 1
Slieriff of .luclhua CL'. I'l. --
I'laintiff's Attuorney.
..- .. Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co

Under and by virtue of the auloritt r Time Table In Effect July 1903.
vested in mie as Exercutor of the listI wsil i -- -
and testament of Arthur Miles, dece_.ne l,
Will sell at public trtciv, before the o. No. 4. No. No
court house door, in ll e ct 1-p Dof ( eily. DaS ATION & Pay. %
ville, Alachua coluty, Floridla, o Tiues. sv lay. Da STATIONS. puny. n .
day, the 29th day of October, A. I. I)o;,
for cash, to the highest :Jldl best bililcr,
between the legal hours of sale, all hat v p M. Iv A Ar P.. Av A. AP ..
certain lot, piece or i.rcrl ,of landt, situ 7 45 M.tI IV s A M. r .
ated lying antd beini in tile county of ; I .. ......... ..... r .......... ....... S
Alachua, State of lForitin. ,.irlticul.irly 0 .D.inmm .. -. ... .
known anl described as follows., lu-i:' i 10 t .... .. mne .... ..... "
South hal of Lot 2, south-east ,f .' L.temaMito........ ....
M .I Lak.e .i tnt ..... ..... .... .. :
south-west 3. of Section 27, Towntshil 9, ..........M ....
Range 1I. Together with all andsiingu- H 45 ...... r .... .. ".....
lar the tenements, hereditanuents anid ap- 50o . ir- ..... .. .. ..........
pertenances to the same. belonging or in F9 ewet ......... -..
any wise apperlaiiiing. ... ..... ..Wcalotta..... ...' ..4 "
CH tK STorl KaR SlA'Trnlso) I45Ar .... O- 3oC .....nt..... .... o,,o" .. 40
100Ot L 65 ainesvll... .
Executor. i 10 .. e40 7l .....
1 12a 7 O -- & 2 1i5 S
If it is job printing you want just send 40 7 I Ar r .....
your orderto the btar. It will have .. s s
prompt attention, and work a td pices ......
will suit ytu. tf ... ....... .. ais....-
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