The Gainesville star

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The Gainesville star
Alternate Title:
Gainesville twice-a-week star
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
D.E. Godwin
Creation Date:
November 6, 1903
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
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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Win the Prize for Best Drilted
Cadet. Company.


The Citizens Are Proud of the
iReord the School is Mak-
ing This Year.
We take the following from the T.-U
Tlie drill contest began at 3 o'clock,
the winner to be presented witli a silver
loving cup, suitably engraved, and the
other participants to receive haanorable
mnentlon, according to the excelletcy of
their evolutions. -Thle East Florida Selm-
Tiary company of Gaitesville won; the
Georgia Military College o0 Barcnesville,
Ga., was second, and the University of
Florida, third, the South Florida Military
Institute being fourth.
T4@ companies entered in thile contest
Were as follows: University of Fl-rida
cadets, Lake City, Captain Jackson;
South Florida Military Institute cadlts,
]BartoWI, Fla., Lieutenant Gary com-
manding; East iFlor;da 'etniiiiary, Gaines-
vllfe, Fla., Major Wheeler, and Georgia
Military -College, Barnesville, 1 (a., Cap-
tain Smuiti.
Lieutenant Arnold of the Jacksonville
recruiting station, U. S. A ; Lieutenant
Carpeiinter, Sevemath Cavalry, U. S. A and
Lieutenitant Brown, Fourth Battery, Uni-
ted States Artillery, we appointed to act
as judges of the contest.
,The '.ast Florida Seminary cadets, un--
der command of Major Wtieeler atnd Cap-
'tain Herzog, made a splesdlid shoiming,
iarchaing with the precision and grace
of regulars They received mtluctl apl-
TI.ey drilled with clock-like regularity,
their footwork and 'drill being beyond
question the best work of the day. The
boys were loudly cheered at the concin
sion of their work.
'T11e Georgia Military College followed
them, and won second prize. They, too,
wlth rew from the fiehl amid great ap-
.The boys gathered around the arena
awaiting with: great expectancy thee a-
,nounCenient of tie winner. Thiis it-suilt
reqt ired couiderab'e time a'l, fignriiilg
to determine, as the percentage ,f ceacli
.ilOve had to be calculated, added Iand
compaated with the figures of the othlr
judges. The difference twa< so siall that
it became necessary to computte each
item in severe detail. WI.en the an-
noucemenmet was made tlat the Gaines-
ville boys won, tihe boys let go a pandae-
monuanu of college ells and cheers. The
crowd joined in, antd tL.e din drowned
out thl rsumbling of the thunder w hicli
every .tuoment threatened to open thli
flood-gates of the elements and dampen
their enthusiasm.
Major Wheeler of the East Florida
Seminary Company said last night:
"The company has worked with might
and'muain for several' weeks to get in
shape for this contest. We had to take
in a number of new men, but by diligent
practice we made excellent progress until
we had a competent company.
S. our victory we feel that we are fully
repaid forour labor 'lThe town of Gaines-
villea s'as enthusiastic over the result as
the boys themselves, and I dare say most
of thepeople of Gaiuesville are at the
telegraph office nlow eagerly awaiting the
flash that tells we have won."
The l ast Florida Seminary has entered
mauty contests during the history of the
school, aud bears the proud distinction of
Never having been vanquished.
With the East Florida Seminiary cadets
yesterday were Superintendent J. M. Guil-
liams, Capt, Hughes, Capt. George M.
Lynch and T. P. Mc]eath, all of whom
were protad of the honors tintus school hlad
won. -

To Colonize Catholics Here.
N w YORK, Nov. 3.-Rev P. J. Lynch,
rector at St. Patrick's church, Gainies-
ville, Fla., has for several days past, been
soliciting aid, both in Brooklyn and Man-
hattan, for the establishment of Catholic
colonies in Florida, where immigrants of
that fAith may be eit Lpon their arrival
itt this country, instead of being turned

loose in the cities.
Father Lynch intends to establish the
fist colony in Alachua county, Fla., and
the necessary funds are being raised bv
the sale of shares in the colony.

Major Tesch Appointed.
Major John W. Tench has been ap-
pointed Sanitary Inspector by the city
council, and the mere fact that he has

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been appointed to this Important position 1aa Friends Here.
is sufaieent to insure some cleaning up At high noou, on October zT, Capt.
a d town. Thake Star predicts that thein- Robert A. McGuler of Norfolk, Va., and
aor will macean excellent sanitary in-Miss Mary Macon Hall of okomoke
P or.r City, Md., were united in marriage at the
First Baptist church of the latter place.
F'W" er imkl. The groom ts a valued employee of the
T' the atm. of Alacna didaunty: rPennsylvania Steamship Company,. and
1 by anouace myself a candidate very popuJar. while the bride is one of
So ai, sbjesMt to the rim aryland's fairest and most highly ac-
t PAX1S119aseto are complisned daughters, who has spent
9 ft 1 0l6the eMy beit of my several wiatersin i Gainevlie, where she
Sthe *appOrit f has a host of frends sad ad'a ar s, who
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Information and Caution-Citizens, be
As a matter of information to the pub-
lic, aitd caution to the careless, we pub
lish the following city ordinance, .which.
every citizen should read carefully and
obey cheerfully:
Piutitled An Ord(inance to Prohibit the
Throwing or Deliositing of Any lDe-
cayed Fruit, Vaste Paper, Shavings,
OfTal, Garbage, Dirt or Trash of Any
Kind on Any Sidewalk, Street, Lane,
Road, Alley, Thoroughfareor Right-
of-Way Withint the City Limits, and
to Provide a Penalty Therefor.
lie it ordained by the City Council of.
the City of (laitiesville:
Section i. That from aad after the
passage of this ordinance it sliall be un-
lawful for an v person or pewouns to throw
or deposit, or cause to be thrown or de-
posited, any uacayed fruit, waste paper,
shavings, olTial, garbage, dirt or trash of
anlly kit(nd on atty sidewwnik, street, lane,
road, alley, thoroughfare or right-of-way
within the city limits of the city of Oaines-
Sec, 2. Be it further ordained that
any person or persons who shall he con-
victed of violating the provisions of this
or finance shall be fined, in the discretion
of the mayor, ila a suiu not exceeding
flatty-live dollars, or slall be confined
ina thi city jail for a period not longer
tian thirty (lays.
Sec. 3. lie it further ordained that all
ordinances or parts of ordinances in con-
flict with the provisions of this ordinance
be and the saine are hereby revealed.
l'assed by the City Council November
2, 1903
G. K. BiooMst, Pres. City Council.
Attest: J. M. DImLL,, Clerk.
Approved by me this 3rd November,
tM93. W. R,. TOMAS, Mayor.
Attest: j. 'M i) .it,, t letk.

The Result in Several State Elections
Held Tuesday.
Ocorge 1i McClelland, democrat, was
elected mayor of iGreater New York by
(15,000 pitrality. )Democracy's triumph
>s complete. There will be only one
iniolnist ill tie next city govertifnentit
' er thing else is utatillmouais for
ltllltlltl l V.
l'cits, tvattia rolled up the stottishitng
1, tli.tyi of over 225,i ..i ticke.t.
itoi 'FT Itrr c waIt elected govcliat0r
0. 125 Ji)Ix 'liijorityv, vwh ch is ithe
i :'.;..,al ]l illi, r, i r giv ;'e 1 icpulblicann

R1H i laI nnulelect- I elf.,oc'atii govern
i l' 2,00 r s wt o )l S',te ticket. reDiilb
i ll' il
Slatee, reipul)lic >i, is cei led governor
of 3Iassachusettis Iy over 35,000,
The republican ticket is elected ui Ne-
I)' aska Itv a plurality of l), XxO .
l.narylaind lhas gone detilocratic bIy 25,

Colorado In las apparentlyl y gone reputlii-
call by a smallitl majority.
Mississippi welt democratic without
()ppositio ,.
Virginia has given her usual demo-
cratic plurality.
The democrats of Kentucky have re-
elected (Governor lBeckhamt by 25,000
majority, making strong gains itl Louis-
low., gave Cunliniiiiii, the republican
candidate 50,000oo majority, which is 33,-
ooo less than their majority two years
New Jersey goes republican by a great-
ly reduced majority.

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Lloyd's Dye Works, July 14. tf
IIarry Tench has returned from Jack-
sonville, where lie took in.the carnival.
Attorney 'U. C. Thomas spent a few
days in Starke this week on legal lusi

: L. W. Jackson, the: hustling sewing
machinee man, is traveling Marion county
this week
M C Bro wn, a highly respectedacitiznen
of Archer, was transacting business in
the city Wed ,caday.
C. \V. Chase has returned front a bhusi
ness und ple'.asuv.'e trip to New York atnd
other lasterin it'es .
C. C. Strickland, a leading citizen of
Hague, was manong those who ttansoctedl
busi'nesa in this city Wednesday.
Ililton S. Hlamipton, foutmerly of this
city, but mnow a rising youg attorney of
'tampat is gre2aing friends in this city,
.Dr. J. L. Kellcy and family were
among the Gainesvllle people who at-
tended the Jacksonville carnival tlmis
w Old newspapers, suitable for wrapping
purposes, 15 .cts. a hundred or 25 lor 5
ets., at TIIc STAR officer
M., Tench, the popular shoe drutm-
nmer, has returned, from Texa andl oilier
points where he hns bee inm the interest
of his house.
For Rent,--Two dwelling houses in
West Gainesvillle. Flor particutlars apply
to Mrs. Dora T. Cromwell. Nov 3 tf
'The Hast iFlorida Seminary officers aaild
cadets :atteirlded the 'carnival seventy
strong pad they returned last evening all
covered with glory.
If youl wait money to buy or buhihl is
home, pay off ioirtgag0, or contract for
profitable 1Investment see Mokyers.
County Conmmissioners Dampler, Jolhu-
son, Rainsey and Bryatti, were all in the
city to attelid the regular monthly meet-
ing of the board Tuesday.
Giddling' Hair Grower does the work.
For Salq by Dr. S. B. Gidditngs, cGalies.
ville, and the Postoffice Drug Store. Iigh
Springs, Fla. .
J. M. Walker of High Spriugs was, a
busitiess visitor to the city Tuenday, and
while lahere lie had his name placed oia
The Stir aiubse-iption list.
If it is job prtnting you want just send
your order to the Star, It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices
will suit you. tf
J. 1). Stringfellow had the misfortune
to lose a fine umule Monday night. When
asked what caused the mule's death Mr.
Stringfellow said "heartfailure."
See our line of parasols, the finest as
portment ever brought to the city. Andl
the prices are all right, come and see and
be convinced. !L. C. Smith.
John Seagle has rented the city hotel,
and will soon start up a furniture sto-e
there. John is a popular young man and
will doubtless do a good business. Suc-
cess to him.
Mr. E. B. Godwin of HIigh Springs,
and Mr. C. H. Crisman of Micanopy, are
authorized to take sambscriptlons and col.
lect for Tllm STAR. See them about It
Crawford & Davis have completed ar-
.rangements for rebuilding their stables
which were burned recently, and when
completed it will be one of the best ar-
ranged livery stables in Florida.
Furnished rooms with privilege ot cold
and hot bath. Unfurnished roo.s, and
rooms for light ousekeeplng, -for en.t,
by Mrs. LL A, Thrisber, Bast Main St.
J. B. Douglas It movit bis. stock of
f mrosies from Wall stret, to the build-
Itag neatly sepiewd by Jou p ro.,
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If youtr hair is becoming thin try Gid. 4d *1 0 >040% ,W: q% 0W 4 4UWw 4W04
(dugs Un miralleled flair GroWer. For
sale tbv Dr. 8 B. Gidingsa, "oalnesvile, 4
and the l'ostoffice Drig Store, High -
3prinBgs. W e have
Rev J. Ii. IHoltey, pastor t>f the First
HaPtist. church, ,tid senior editor of the In Stock, and are constantly receiv-
Soutlhemrt aptist, has attended several ing p-to-date" Shoes Lr Men,.
Baptist A\ssoeatimons recetlty, and se- P- -date Shoe en,
curedl maity new snliscribers to his paper. W omen iand Children, at popular

iods. rifg our Caido bette price our prices and of the best makes. .
tlin with us, I no barm done, hut give us s
a trial G. W. Pasterlitn & Co., Higil
Springs, Fla. e ca
1. G Sickles ntdl fatnily of Coxsackle,
N. V., whoi have spIent several winters in rticlr atentio O the Ladies
Gaiuesville,. have arrived to spend this "Brockport" and Mens "All Amer-
w inter lere also. Sittee Mr. Sickles was BrOckport All
here the iast time ,before this lie hass suf. 7 ica" and "W alk Over" grades.
feared a -erious4 atilictiou, adsti his many 7
friends here are gila that he is again D M a th e s o n ,
ahl. to b. e aulot.,g 1lcu. J. M atheson,
Iove yol tried Giddiuigsa air Grower? 7
Other, Ilave tried it and 1ironolnced it dhoe nd e t e. aine(tille, Fla.
good. F r sale. at 4 II. (,iditnglh Drug
StoCte, otaintsville, iall Postoffice Drug

The Senminary 1 oys,'l about sevenity-
five Atrol i hleft \V,.,,l ,>.1,l ,. ..m .I.,.

T'lt Ii, r S tuyV.,. Diates for Speaking.
The Tallahassee apitol Compliments At' the solicitation of certain of uty
Our iloys. friends I have consented to give nine
Tie i i,'it e I i s 1 'vs p'trtltv to politics while inllpei-tlig
thie intt .s fo ap..' l a ,certain schools for tle purpose of deter-
the rem.'t. lotbl al t between tie nI ether or they are entitled
Tallahassee ind Gaines ille teatus as fol- tainmig whether or not they are eUttitled
to Statt aid under a recent act. Up to
lows .. this time I have not attended' a political
Thlerie was gelleral mourning at ong meeting uor devoted onle (day to politics,
allahassweefootballthnsiats yesterday iand when these ni (ays lala Ive C-
There was weeping nd wailing and pired I propose to resume nly public
gnashing of teeth. I he rooters would dates until the. proper time arrives, in mny
not be comforted, because there idols had juIdganenlt to begin the campaign for the
been shatteted. 01, how the might' primaries of next year,
have fallen, and what a terrific crash was" I will meet the people to discuss public
caused by tie fall. education, atid politics, at the following
The football teant frout the ast Flor- places aud dates:
ida Seniinary at Gainesville came over \Valdo, Wednesday, day, November iS.
Thursday to try the mtettle of the Florida ilawthorn, Thursday, day, Nov. 19.
State College on the gridiron The visi- Micatiopy, Thursday, night, Nov. 9,.
tors went into the combat with Ihesitation Newberry, Saturdav,.day, Nov. 21.
and doubt. They left it like mighty Vular, Mouday, lay, Nov. 23.
gladiators, looking for new worhls to High Springs, Tuesday, night, Nov. 21.
conquer, LaCrosse, Wednesday, day, Nov. 2.5.
A good-siz.ed crowd, including a fai Gainesville, Friday, --, Nov. 47.
sprinkling of ladies, witnessed the conu. lke Butler, Saturday, day, Nov. 28.
test, and al number of college girls turn- My opponents all arc earnestly re-
ed outt to cheer their favorites on to vic- .questod to meet me, equal time w;l lie
tory. But it was no use. The I. S, C.'s accorded them. The Searbchlight of aiuth
had run utp against a good sized snag, will he thrown upoa the booker WVash-
and that sg was i that sg was in tle F. S. boys. igto incident aand other matters mntis-
The State College team put tp good representing mue ad circulated to nty 'ill-
football until the last five mitnutea of the pJctry.
contest. They were cheered to the echo. Candidates for other offices can address
The crowd yelled itself hoarse.. It went Vie audietece after the candidates fot
wild at times, and tried every way to en- State Supeiiitendent of Public Instruc-
courage the boame boys. The visitors hall haveapoken.
were out for scalps, however. T'Iley n shall h especfuave syoken.
played winina football and rat no time Respec. N. Stl A'T
did they lose their heads. Their mv,'aa
inianaged not only to get quarterback anud l
htalflack ahid fullback, but all the way Try Inagan'ls market for bestnlteatf.
back, and put up such a football fight Dr. I. I'. Richards las returned from
that those who witnessed the gaue didn't eight at e carnival.
wautt their quarterback, although many .y
of that had to walk back-to town. T. Jeunings Cone the Raleigh sa ntill
It was a good game of "feeball" even 1tian, was in (ainesville Tuesday..
if our boy( did lose. In fact it was a A lamrgg number of citizens took in the
scorcher front start to finish. The score carnival at Jacksonville this week.
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'ite Anthem.
The rustic choir's greatest show was
always made In thethe them, 1n which
sonic bumpkin had goertanily a solo to
exhibit. lils "'htty voice." It was a
splendid rutsical display--of its kind.
People cinme from a long distance to
hear it nmd felt so satiated that they
left without the sermon. Not wonder
Shikp.kpearo made Sir John ualstaff
lose his voice with "hallooing and sing.
Ing of lnthems." To be sure, ho was
guilty of til anachronlsm, for there
woro no authousn in the fat knight's
Pmne, but It nity reasonably be sup-
posed that le had become so Impressed
with this part of the service in his own
day that hlie dropped into the nod which
even Homer Is privileged occasionally
to enjoy.
1'he Jack Tar who explained a "ban-
them'" to his tnate on the simple prin-
ciples of verbal elongation wts not so
far out after all. "If I waits to say to
you," lhe began, 'Ere, Bill, give tme
that handspike,' that wouldn't be a
hanthemn, but tf I was to say to you,
'Bill, Bill, Bill, give, give, give me, give
me that, that, that handspike, spike,
spike, spike,' why, that would be a
hanthein." Just after this fashion did
the old village choirs tear and toss
their anthem texts. Cornhill Maga-
lmpeesmions While Dwown i n.
Most of us, I expect, at some time or
other have wondered what It feels like
to be drowned. If we have never seeoon
any one drowning we mean by this
that we wonder whether it is at all
like what it Is represented to be-
whether one's whole past lfo passes
before one's eyes like a dream, wheth-
er one spends one's last few moments
In wishing one had spent more profita-
bly the last few years. It we have seen
people drowning we wonder whether it
feels as bad as It looks. Now, I cannot
pretend to have' been. nearly drowned,
Nor can I say what It feels like to sink
after a prolonged struggle in calm wa-
ter withlun ight of land. But I can say
what it feels like to be quiteeconvinced
that one ts going to be drowned, and I
am happy to know froin personal ex-
perience that the feeling is one merely
of disappointment. One in simply an-
noyed, certainly not angry, certainly
not afrald.-Flubert Walter In Black.
Too Mawy Revolutions.
The New York Outlook tells an amus-
ing story illustrative of the vigilance
of the Turkish censorship. There is a
strict supervision over telegrams. A
German engineer in the Lebanon placed
an order with a Paris firm for some
nort of a stationary engine, to-be ship-
ped to hiu'as soon an pofllible. The
firm telegraphed to Inquire how many
revolutions a minute he wanted. He
answered, "Five hundred revolutions a
minute." The next day be was arrest-
ed. Brought Into court, the judge
asked him If he lived in the Lebanon.
He, replied that he did. "Do you cor-
respond with such and such a firm In
"Ahl" cried the judge. "I know
you. You are the man who telegraph-
ed to l'nrlm that there are 500 revolu-
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for .ltacksotnville, nih re- the3y took in l the
carnival nild carried off hlle prize for tlhe
best drilled cadets in thtie State. The
boys are winners this year in everything
they undertake, and u(ahinesville hnas rea-
son to be proud of themml
"Seeing is bellevin." So you should
see otur crockery aid glasware 'depiart-
intent, second floor, afidu yoi will believe
we have the fluest line evr brought to
the citj. 1,. C. Smith.
Miss Gurtrude Cuashlmau of Gainesville
is the gueat of Missa Iddie Sparkmtan, at
the home of hier parents, its Springfield.
Misa C tslhinam will be joined Itter nl tihe
week by her mother, who hasl been spe d-
ing the sutnner 1i I oston, and they will
retmaitn during the Carnival, going to
Gaineasville the last of the week.-Tiunes.
thilotn, Nov. i,
{ you liave a house, or room, or set of
rooms to rent, advertise same li T'the
Star. If you are too busy to come to the
office just 'phone ui the wording of your
ad, Our phonee is No. 86.
A few days ago Mose Johnsoin, col.,
('Old Illue Pete") who was sweeping the
sidewalk, to pay a fitne Imposed by the
Mayor for selling liquor illegally, said to
Mayor Thouaas ihlte passed by: "'Look.-
a-here, boss; when ol' Mose dies I wants
yer to have sam' mtdder. nigger to keep
the-e sidewalks swep' off clean, fur it
martin' do make 'emt look good."
"Clhildren, tread lightly, you'll wear
those alshoes out before Cas atafford to 1buy
yotu another pair." Never fear plpa,
they won't wear otat so ecsy this tiae,
umiamuna bought tuhemi at amith's Shoe
Department. L. C. Smith.ta
P1. F. McCook has returned front
PotKlhkeepsie, N .Y., where lie has just
graduated int bookkeeping, taking first
luonor il a clans of eight Fraser ,says
lie likes I'oughlkeepsie very much but Is
real glad to be back in nainesvtille. Says
Alliert Iddfis antid Rosco Itird will grad-
uate and return hIome soon laser left
it snowing ill New York.
It has never been our privilege to 6ffer
a inare beautiful attid pleasing hte of
jewelry, silver and cut glass at prices af-
orditg sucl perfect satisfaction to tihe
pturchiaseir. We will bepleased to shallow
you through our Jewelry Departimenat.
1,. C. Smith.,
C. L.. Thigpin uiad T. R. Waits were
laat Ttesday awarded the contract for
supe.'intelding cottaty road and bridge
work for the ensuring year. Mr. Thig-
pin ha several years' experience in sucll
work, and it can hardly he doubted that.
he and Mr. Walits will give general isais-
faction. This was Mr. Thigpin'a fourtli
time to bid on such work, and hue never
failed to secure the contract bid on.
CGdldenas' Unparalleled [air Grower
in all that its name hlmlties., It cutres
dandruff stops falling har iand produce
new hair. It is an excellent hair dresser.
For sale at 11. Olddittg'a1 Drug Store,
;falueaville, and the IPoto ie Drug Store
Iigh Sprintgs.

Send Us$ .oo for a Year's




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I'. 1,'IORII')k. FRIDAY, NOVEIMBEI? 6. 1903.

NO. A6


. ,Qr

11t n -iFr-AS.ESO N A A A& l I ~ inI


I.I.nUI -.-.l. IIU Im"

(s. Penalty for the Murder

of Miss Suttles. .


prime Was Committed EIlU'"oel
Months Ago and Murderer Rut-
spited a Nmrnber of Time.a
i-'by the Governor.

Millard Looee, who nirdeiro.l 1111I Ma
: utittles on Siunda)'. M;aiy .'I,5, 1Ii ii
WVesley chapel, nc'er m .-ii 11111, Ga
wa lB hanged -il.ln3y mnirimimI In Ith Al
R, lanta jail. Thlirliei i'inuiu s lata r b,
S IWaq pronotined- t- I.
i't' W lh n a iill of conri lit uaI his fac
i and withtuit a ti-nimiriii i ls frame
i.. Lee walked to Rie t.'lh,\s, stood o
Llhe death trap nn(l ipriipa:red for thb
death he know nmutst (nI-,
"Have you anylhiig (i say, Mi
lard?" aslited hitLriff J. WV. Nelms
Sninute before fhe trap ,-lll.
"Only that younger nun hliould ren
their Bibleu nnd lipay. iTau-e warnti
bfrom me. Oha, aiOd, have merey t
Jay soul!" wero hth laa..t wiordun of tl
young mnurlderer.
t1 Lee was i olio tit ('nhtt it od :ian
bthe gallows room. vravofin tr li1 co
t" rn ovomnint of lhl il ingorsa ndn tl
oea1lon -nal ctwtchinbg of his lips 1
s1lluhayod no emotion as he march
to tho.slhllowm or aa he stood w.h
1, Ula, rma nnd legs were boimn g tied.
.,i 'lT .peou|Jon was very. orderly a
there was not the slhlghteL hitlch fro
f'.'bilnning to oud. Ev0rythling, h
a ben ito carefully arranged that tho
not ata eecond's delav.
iu, Lee died a profestad ChrBistian, na
S tald ho was going straight -tq heavt
.there to meet the grl tforiwh o le mi
ler hahe PAd the paldlty on the galiot
i',' r. 5. iA. BatCtle, father of the de
s'eIfl, was one of the men present
6) "' galfowo room when Lee phlung
?,' i'6ugh the trap to doath. During I
i..t'!, afe oal on he qpoko to no o
Ia,'. ce IWl ai Immobile as the rla;
1^ $E(lhis daughter went to death.
0,.li8it the Tower witlhn a few mondem
i, tioerethe hanging had been complex
4' i. great crowd gathered around I
I'Tower early, despitolln lhe fpct that. th
.'' w theyy cotlid not bn admitted
B e :'.p jail. fhe rain which folI just
'C -'og the hanging did not drive tht
.i'in,/ r v,
l; g ,boStory of the Crime.
e. O Sutinday morning, MNy 2611t
i''l'll t yer oust as the last notes of 1
4'.oiology were dying away, anid as
S.tlug4dred worshpera In the Tittlh W
ay l Chapell,aten 11111, a elin
.M.evet' 4ites from AllAntsa, ubo
their heads In prayer, Mhlllurd Leo,t
p' ta-well known planter living In i
t pelaghborhood, elhot and Inshtantly In
i. led beautiful Lllla May Buttlos, a pli
,i ute 'from ohlldhood aminl dthe oh j
I de' Lt his devotion lu manhood. Uni
-';'luilted lovhimrat the ciase of tlt r

tiee apcap l"roemihe d chturt '
i cfibt.uid /iext 'morning, ista
BIbreak, at Mabeltorn, 15 mtlloe' t
'h place wiwhre he shot hia swt
Heart. He had gono thoro with
S hvldent Intention of boarding a rn
Sfor Alabama, which was ilin t o p
'wbiihin a few momtonint water h u sht
S bed himself to the oflicergs.
AlImbst from Infancy I.oeo (iald I
L ; hla May Sttlles, tho dnughlter of
., Ia. Buttlos, a neighbor inr the .o1
"'The two hadl boon playmnatego lu ch
loaood and had been thrown togeti
S antch Int the frolica of the oniint
i, te. Lee'r queor actinns, his ovid
Ideoire to thun .every lIvling n man
hii brusqueness turned the girl in
.trQlim hI and she began to avoid 1
n l nevory way. Tilis made I.eo e
elo' Ly. .ltx tintes alneo lie cormniltlol
I nocrderho had bocire u'eploed liv n
", hrtfbr Torroll, awalling now trials t
ft a rotjon ot the part of thie aupr
^: eort. Evnry orttrt, howavpr, .d1oct
f e him to he sane and to have cr
MB' ieetntef a muirier.
S The final decision wai hnndtod do
i" :lty ithe tate supreme court Tnurad
.' nly ofeo day before e h executilon.


Au: Al Lid. rBin!ilaf.'Bnays.6 flint
-.ii1 'tQlibute the magnetic distcurbancc
W '' alturday 'to sun spots. Thq :wc
H^' effctla4!t tho phenomena appear
-'" haise b4 ,tperq1qi ces4 In hance,
E' erlin'wa'.i htraffected, and nppar
I, ly nra!lther .Uslr'alip t.l ,y, aor t
-i': mark sufferedd, In iSwitzerland, hi

ver, there occurred a strange r
Snomenon. The telopbeno sote
!,.leasod suddenly and rimainxd I
n ended for half an hour, while
' telegraphbs were rendered useless.


i Hundreds of People Killed and Tol
Sd Den llahed In Persia.
A. dispalch'fto The l.enrlniI n1
M, all from Simla nsnii \. tlht t rr
earthquakes have otet'll'-rt. iin I'cr
$ nI which 350 persons were klll.-,i
',.l iumbra 4anjured.
'' Oni lhonld u ltd,,eilhty-rfour ,a
I, fatHjesa .'were dtioyo~e- aud
"~ithrhtlrw stallhi Wero eft thtandint
the a iaa bpza&.i#t trirtri."
.--*At hi -meetln# i'a New Yoirk
r pie ,tahlkdit "l'~ rhlne ,imo
Sye baya baptitnm Is nsiel
person s8 dipped three lIh
Alaba il' Pir sli i. AUonctlt
14t d me6lin h lit 1 3lrnuililgh
lgui4t lsmiof in ra hoplc
i lt. of theo lchlirge,. In
S rt r u -l -1 t

Enemies of Colombia Ralae Flag of
Rebellion and Priclaim Independ-
cnce-News In Washingthn.

N e Independenc- ot the It l~nus of
Panamni, Colombia, was proclaimed at
( p. m. Tuesday. A large and enthu-
larbtic crowd of all political plrtioa
assenibld aind muarcitod to the headq-
(luarters of the government .trdops,
wiero Gen.'e'rals Tovar and Amaya,
were Imprisoned In tho name of the io-
public of Panama.' The enthusiasm
was Immense and at 1eaE4 3,000 of the
inn in the igalth.rlg were armed.
'riae b4itiihtll. df Colombian troops
at Panama factors tho movement,
which is also thought to meet with
Lhe approval of at least two of the
government transports now here.
The following cablegramn was r-e-
Selved at the navy department Tues-
day nighlit:
"An upiii-luna luol, e placo at Panama
tonight. InItepundti-co was .prclaim-
ed. Tho ulotnillun ermy and navy
ofncinis madel prisoncrt. A gov-
eraniejit lus o lie organized (.onsistlig
of throo con.tils and a cabinet. It is
ritirurcl at 'Paiuama ihat a similar up-
rising waa to takul place at Colon,"
Lnttr the following official stale-
nluent wtiii made regarding the news
from Panama;
"A number of confused and confll .t-
ing dlErpatclios have been rocolvodt
f'oni the istlimus indlcating rather TJo-
riHous dilsirliancoa at ioutli Panama and
(Vokam, T'ie navy department. has dis-
patchod several vOesOIh to these ports,
with dircmt-llon to do everything possI-
ble to too p travel open and maintain
orlt-r alon ithe line of the railroad."
Tihe sonnialonal aivlcoes froi (the
lnati anutn wero not ontlnrly unoxpoctod
In view of other advices that bad come
to the department very recently, The
roceptlon of the nows caused a utali
don o tui'it of activity at tho navy de-
partwaont and at onco on Prosildnt
Roo.ovoit'e return from New York he
waA made arqualnted with the iltue&
tion. Sucrotary Hay, Assistant Becre
tary Darling, Assislataint Bocrctary
looiniq andt a number of othrea were
timmonod to (tIo whito house, and
Miaeasur-o wore takon at once for th
proMtction of Amerticn lItorots at the
sat lihmue.


Whore Battle of Ballots Waged anc
Officers Voted for.
Ejovon StiIlis hlil dlertions Tues
day. The lMit. of oflrctrs voted fot
wuro as follows:
Colorado-.-Jtudge of supreme court
owna-Govoertorr andi part of la sta
Kenllot cliy-(ilo)'oror ttund a fll staten
Marylandl--(ivornor, comprrollot
andi. alt orioy getioral.
Mhissachuotrs-TGovornor and a fill
Stale ticket.
Mlsslsslppi-Governor and n fiul
state ticket.
Nobrasha-.TtiSll tco sttprme cour
Seind two rogunte of into nilvoeriity.
Now Jorsey-SEix Btnto senators nnt
.tIll mMbelbrship of tho house of as
t 'Now Yorlt-JTidge court o0 nppnhil
SOvershadowod by cuontli for Miayor nt
New Yonrt City.

lOhio--(overnor nndt Ipart f la ti
Ponniylvriklia-Anitodior gonorail, t'o,
suror and I wo Jiiulge of sporlor c.oitrt
Rhode islnnd-Uevernor and part of
state ticket.


SRepublicans Sweep the State-Har'nt
Aauured of Big Vote.
S Th repubiillt an ltioto iaehit retor
i in Ohiio 'Piito hiy In it luri lllht for t B-"V
r etor' hy elt''tlitg Ceotuii I Myron T
l uitrrlc roiiubllhan, ov'ir Ni ryor Tin
L. Joinson, tlounocrat, by conaldornbl:
i over 10tltOiO.ti. i'ho lplurality 0i1 Joii
ballot of ovtr 100 In the loglslaluro f,,
thio re-oloctlon of Stnator llartn. nurn
SLhtn trobloesatiy tornor record. Soiitn
t tor Foraker hld a record boalcing nia
Jorilty of 35, on jolnt ballot lor toit rl
eloetlon two years ago and that to
i'Hanna this year i threeu tlnios thit
n umlier.
Ilants aiicceeded John Shorman it
theo0 ttIto March 15, 18110, hy appol 1t
titent frtnm G(ivcrnor Bushnel, ni,
whliin Sfnuanor kifinna was elected ti
the tinexpilrod Sherman termn and Iht
.. ft'ill lohin itf six y< uir, otidlng M'l'tch r
1 95,' I to h aul!l unlyv Oi,' tuajorll nilt e
" t1p ni(i)il lilt Ior r ntst, t inlt wns pvc'

f waged In an Oll logIslaln-r.'. Snoiintio
t Hansiti will have the illsat'l ntl i of t in-a
t I ing eo largest ais well its lhe i ni.ll'.
t mnaO'rlty of any Rnnator uelfet'd froni
. Ohi ,.

low- Ohio 'Result Pleases President.
ihie- Atv-ordlng to itn nsatihlgttni dis ;l |v1o lt ll iH'ly oxlrstilon whI hli Pri'slt'int
sIu- ltomevelt would nlakc regtartlig i;to
theo 'helction was tIhn ite was very I 11111
gratlfled with ltihi rosiults from Ohio,


n? Third lite'antfPostnmaster General's
flice boln'g Investigated.
ally Po.lrniaster (l'elcrA..I Payne, Moniiiny.
il a' a mnittod that tin Investigallon Is lie-
'. 1 hig made of charges Involving the .f-
;L .1', l'l of Third AssiFtant Poslmnster
(:oneral Madthen,. In (cpnnec2on Witli
'l t lio sapetirtation of phllatellats In e'r-
S itll valulabil s'imeIn poatage
I Iamnps.


Lris I.Iterary Department Now Located at
I.s Athens, Tenn., to be Removed.
Ilo Prealilent J. H. Race, of Granti ul-
.ta v iAltfs, annotinces that plans areo well
eis -MlAer Way for moving the literary do-
-lt par tmentL.of the college, now local -.I
st At4e.s, Tenn., to Ohattanooga. Thq
retI M1 voe willi resolve $12,000 from
t I h ruien's Aid Society, and other
', 'irge' lAe 'are exaiited. Orpat unl-
1. .t *-erslIy !a undeln tb PJUl4dic40on'.O U the

wt i, M ,tho(i mOC .. "

I .


Drunken Men Start Conflagradion. En.
tailing Tremendous Loss.
F'ourtoon solid blocks of btuldlihit.
in ruins, one lifo lost, two score tlinr-
sons Injuroil, five hundred porsonti
homeless and a financial hInns of T.l.-
tf00.000 l Itho outcome of an nilogeid
at Coney Island Sunday.
Frank Connolly and Pgltor Skellev.,
walkers In the Albatross hotel at
Sheopshoad walk and the bowery, art-
locked up on the charge of arsun.


Receiver of Land Office In Oregon Un-
der Indictment.
The Unltpdl States grand Jury nt
Portlanii, Orgon, has roltrned nni In.
dictmont against A a II. Thoiiipson,
tecolver uof the land oilco at I.a
Grnndo, that state. Thn Indlh lin:'ii;
charges Thompson will hiolr liii .
monty to influence his oflcical dci'l.ltimi
for npliroval for homti'stead n iltl,-. i
Ilonii.s wh!ch lnd licea n ichl uti llir
lhit tllt leney of proof.
Thoe Interior d it' rlnt'tnl hil s I: !i
gentsR in hle st.:ti( fior ni:iny ul milt,
Piast invw'M.tign in g ilt :'.ed frai.l;i1 I:'
tho entry of pubilel I'linda.


-7 1 --- 11ULvtin o UjivHO
Twenty-One Men, Three Women and a _____
Babe Lose Life In Tenement Housa
Holocaust at New York. Rollicking Members of Foot-

i all's. h!imo II I, l- s. li n ,ifs t Im
I'fo'emia.'- v r.- t',iutilllt,\t walt'etu i ntd
it ius rutined..


Massachusetts Elects Republican G*%(-
ernor by Large Majority.

-- .. hJohn 1. Iit.'l \Mits re' 'lt'.'tei gi-crl-
Bold Rcbbery in Nashville Whereby inor of Miiusachn-otlls TsitwslaIy 1-i a1
Two Men Get t3,000. itlurality of about :17.00i) oiv.r C'lhn *1
'l'\\ lu hlavli3 i i-tu'td ni l II. tilt Ip ., VW illiamt .A\ tGIAstin. ti .'( delim' -lrati ( .1 i.
nsslsinit: C.1ishllr. '. Nitville \'W i li-, (-,. iI tll tinat'.
t o h l'k ,iCumberlatl r r iintlis tipr.-itlt'.ii 3
tlin lih iin., il ilti it l i aUs il |iriipiri.,.i
Ithono it nud T rT'li'g ailih (Ctomii niy. il' l if I a'o wo rI'i ,hlt iai, i t.. t t tol tinh'iit 'i-r .
Nashvllle. TennL., nab uit ft ot itack .3ln- ittnl( ti ;,mo llIt,l ti-iris. \ itih ,li i..,i
(day mUornin atl sectuired $3,0titi) in I hiee m iirniici l uI-1. i-r. \ill i e it
money. r'.,eiiif lI i tunly oit', : ine-mibrr fiotit
The minn affected tliAlr aacti',o'. ni hnt1lonlii.
though Wheeler fireil two slits '.t M--. .
them. as they were leavii'ig the oflic... CHASING BAD INDIANS.

COTTON CROP FIGURES. Minions of Law Seek Murderers do
Sheriff and H1is DepLuty.
Given By Bradstreet's Indicates Pro- A siwn'll Ir.-n ID.lIver. -t'., -. ams;:
ductlon About Same as Last Year. \Ive Oiunattr-id iiC:i. 11m lthidIng sheriff
This year's cotton crop is estimated P1s e-i'. ;ini.gtituitd iyv vunii:titcrs
"'t be no larger than, It It equal, tiat fitg th r I i -nlt J it J rni. ar ,iii rt
of last year. willch oans 10,717,000 I" ltiitb u g c t' qn ill tlasct-in ylt inht.
balee according to a Ipeeal report i- in ser h tlf he I Ctn of tlanti which
siod Saturday by lradstreit's. Thea Satturda of thnuon fofg la unwti-'
r .port.-is based on special- Inquiry with tthertlf Milieu-a pouse 'icilhlie it-
made by. ... ...' .e" shelriff san d nt edeputyr aimed Fgien- in

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President Issues the CuptonIy .tpoc
lamatlion Designating Thurip
day, NoVember 2Qtth.

Prosldent itoGevielt. lSaturday, la-
sued his aignual Thanksgiving procla.
nation .n tho following ter'das:
By the Presildent of the United Statek
of Amerloa-A ProclaeBation:
Tho season Isi at- landi when, accor.l
Ing to the cticlom of cur people, It
falls upon the presldent to appoint a
day of pralso and thanksgiving to
During the past year tho Lord baa
dealt bountifully with us, giving "i
peace at home apd abroad, and chance
for our citizens to work for their wel-
fare unhindered by war, famine or&
plague. It behooves us not only to
rejoice greatly because of what has
been gi(en us, buti to accept It with 9
solemn senuto of .rospouzibilily, realiz-
ing that under heavc ii It rests with Ut
oursolv-e, to show that we are worthy
to use aright what has t,.us been in-
trusted to our care. 'n tno other piano
and at no other titte, hain the oxporl
meant. of government of the people, lby
the people, for the people, boon tried
on ao vast a scale as heor In our own
country in tho opening years of the
twentieth century. Allure would not
only be a (lr.iadliil thing for us, bhutI
dreadful tiling foi all nmanldifd, be-
cause It wn:lid nonnu Ints of hotio for'
all who believe In the itowor antd llt'
rlghlteouUriets of liberty. Therefore,
in thanking Clod tor then merclemo ex.
tended -to iq, In the past, we beseotli
Him that lieHo may not withhoIl then
In the futroe, nndti that our heiris may
he roused to war steadfastly for- go'I
and against all rho forces of evil, itl)
lie and private. Weo pray for streng'i
end light, no that in the coming yoars
weo may, with cleanlilnes, fearl-essnis
and wisdom, do our allotted work ion
the earth In lisch manner as to show
that we are not nllogether unworthy
of the bleo~Fngn wo nave received.
Now, theorforn, I. t'heodlro R itieo
t velt, president of those United Htalea, tl
hereby dotlfsnat thaul-sg lving, Thiursday, tho 20;ihi ot
l.he coming Novmbenir, and do reconi-
Smond thaitt rhrouigoint tie land I t
Spooplo cease froni their wonied ecUti
pationa nnd In theIr several homes
Sanil pltunes of worship render thanks
iulo Altmghty oled for t lia matnlfol
In wlln.e whelre-of 1 have lieorouilo
set my hand arnd catisd l te seal Ctf ohe
SUnitl-l iH 1oi to bel affixed.
Done at the cily of Washinglon, this
31t day of October, In the year of ofur
r lird one thonsnInd nino hndirod andt
three ando of iti indipoitdetnrt- of tlhe
Ulfod aStatos the ono iunidrtd anti
Stw, nty-c'lgnih.
0 By tio plresidhnt,
JOHN HAY, Secretary ot ltalO.


Shot at Merchant and Hit Customer
I Merchant Also Missed.
At Galntavillo, Ga.. Ilev. W. 0. I'lv-
t y, n well known minltoti, shot at
John Ii. Lipecomn, nt limo place oil
bIsalnuiea of the fornmir. Tlio ishlt
went wid e oI tf i mark, ilit ] tiii- i
onesoa nllinoi. lwho was In'n.4 lideii
store, hinliclitg a paiinfiil ibii not se-
rioius wound.
Tho slhli n1otlg oc(it i-Lr,1 ovr a O ex-
corniatlon illt thi- iuhlt prints by l'itllv
oif lpscomb, tlit fornmor alltgiing ilihal
the latller was running na vile dI't,.
sollIng llquoras lllogatlly, cir. LJipscoith
roltm-neil Pollty's flrJ tili n1iR-d'l.
At a irellnilnary trial n Mninl.iy' murn.
Ing. Rov Pety give lbond for lilt itp
peo;--alico at tho Janutary teormn of ri-i
elupio'rlor court.
S iol;)6ronti'o ri'lal WanF pO;tlp~iticil.


Ind sub playr.- v-'rsty fo,lball Io1.mi. toio Simlnla' alt-
ternoon from Int rnal Injumr-es r,'ie lv-
'eli In tho lig 1-n ur wruck. Thli&, Ii the
sixteenth cleath.
Fourteen demad bholies were shippLed
to their homes during the day.


Big Roll of Cash Reported Missln0
S and Bloodhounds in Demand.
Tql'grnin.s wer-n r,-,alveid at police
i- stid-quartirfs in Macon. Ga.. Frtidav
W nilgn ianill Vut l iia a-shking for blono.i

The htnundt w%-re wunli'd. ilh m(
sagop sAld tT otra-' a .lin.I of link rol.
hc-ra who t iah iitil Iibroke n Info tlin
hlini at tltait I fnc anuti lin eottIen
iway with na lig roil f currency.


Russia Ex
The fureli
declares thi
Mukdon, N
Troops is n
question of
railrnnd gua
gates, reoeel
Chinese Son
with certain

fr .'+ .l,,, *" ,ij


plains Re-Occupation of
en by Czar's Troops.
glln flit'e in t1 I'utersbur
at tho rojcLcipatii( ol
lancurina, i,y Russian
lot c'onunected with tho
the commercial port The
irdi sneamped at the eltv
upiedl the city beaus, the
vernor refused to comply
deimdads of Russian com-

.. \ i *

Twenty-one men, three women and
a 10-monlhEold babe, nearly all Ital*
plans, were burned to death or suffo-
cated In a fire that started early SBun-
day morning In the "Hou-su of all Na-
tlon.," a five ory teneniont house at
426 Eleventh avenue, New York, an
which those i)oloo and coroner believe
to be of incendiary origin.
Some of tho peculiar fcitures of the
disaster, In addition to thoe startling
loss of life, are tlna tlho fire was lprau-
tically extinguished lu twvvtety inin-
utres; that tile pI ollnt t-could learn of
buti one person being injured. other
than thos,- who lost their live atnl
Ihat tleo i.ropei-Ly lo. 'i was only

Were Ce!cbrating Hallowe'cn.
Tho only i:- iinn iljijuro r.o far as
can bo larrtnil. it larry Jlain'tltliil. ,
years cli, v'ho.j v,,.is Iti-it 1- n bi ab lutilo
fa"e aind lianils by le'pin;i from i l',t
Second flour ti' ti lp i i!i t lpromiIl.
In sover'al saput ii i i'i alliiowt'eI par-
Ilet wh re in pro.-.i nt-Si. fi 1i iho I nu ltq
at lh .-o i; tu I ',I rt. r til o it ,ie i nutiihe";'
of ier'.ons I i n th I i o'mcn' n.liid rtil,- thit
crtushh n rndl J am n t i :lp'.- Iitio (thaa it
orilln'irlly 'v1 en til ti .iI't lien. Al
hll oum l i p l r l i',i l l li V'. i l d ed w i l l i fl ,'
ien'aip-3 troiii anil m-ir, o.rialt I v
thatlin m n-g wit i;' iff i few noilniiiT.'s
afttr flit- flir-'-told by Ihe l irodlti. it
Iho dnail imcd Imi 1itip, wve-gl In tfloe
orpenalngi l'lging tn fhe I il -dders Tia t
firo lined licrn hlurnnf, for Hi'ai nin-
titc i l, -fnrc' it tw s n (c-uats 'rcl. It li',t l
;ta -rt-'iJ In the i1)a, a ni'n. ln ril.t hii ';
iipworan hI lr i littlhd 'ie stailrv.'ay
ireafling in the nill riiiniiis. In i n. a iri
pPtco tIf i It- it :I-' flutmnies luiti so C-n-
v c'lo p e d ti t i .ll y thtt l I ,-* >l'c ..' I .,' i ,
lihe billllng ly it. w-Ls In ido hle. Tin
iiioila o ftrmi i hl t l It tn !thi fifllit lonr
wns enilrol-," ii-'.ilriyeld.
All Exits Entirely Blocked.
At ihm witIIows, front and ru-.;r,
bodl:'a of n;ie and vomnin aworo jam-
nred, shiowliig hai aes p -ralo sliig-
gl.1 to .eor t r-- hlitd rotrted i tlihe
roinl'.a cholng iof ties o otits o the
firoe scapr'l, atnd lir.a lcen tho cai.mO
of a nunili r h (r lilm:-ai-.s icing zuffo-
Lying on ait ll alonigsldo a Window
at the t'r al. or ii fointli lIl ier, t ih lio
-nmen fnond ibo Irbpiles of five mnn.
Encli hall cltr-l idl ilo on next to lilin
In an endeavor o iapush lnlm awvay In
order to ;ti't ii itli< fir:-' seaapo out.ilto.
The fc'aittroa of tle nion wre rdlitlort-
c.omi, no wliti rage, otliera with
irony, aitd, In two Instancis, the tnitn
lined grlmppili d e ih oil r vo iird thiit
blood hadii l,in drawn nid lind ruin
over Iheir liandls.


YounLtI Mliionaire Now Said to bh
Prisoner In Cumberlan,'.l Mountains.
lobrl. LI. IBrowni, tre.slideutl of ni
lroni ln'O ntli 1 cunil r(.i'llany in W ise (0uti.
ly, VirKIntln. i qiiiltod nas litavlng F.ild
that otn I'i'cday llteiii liioonl lie \\'(.'iz'
faniilly rti'itolv il tililliies of L.ti,\ ri I..
\VW ntz, the nil u ligo ytotulig Philiil'l-I.
1i1il t n llillonnir,-
A hlirowI lit filing yoliiig man, It I
btalte, aluppoari'l al tho W\'ntz
sion tit t [ig St 1ono L tiiill. \ 1., nit il r>
qioalteI a on'f-ri'not \tlli i[)'. ,1iJoli mL
Wet.ilz, falit-,i of r ito nuislng yUllnLg
lie wits adnlmilol, whu.n lie tili lDr
\' i i thi t hlii is l wli J :il\c- (.and wt-ll.
naill 1111h liinl linen Rillih rli'#Id il
suae that forit' 11 ti .1um it atunt\g W n.-I.z.
Saty wht w tut u i'"I lt u-lull. l iiiu \ti- .' lI,-
\Vll(I) WIF tIlCs ill 11 1 i 'llff.q Ill lih" (;llii-
li ril ndi mniti iislim .- \% il[l b tl ( liVi 'iL -.l
to lhli I nilly uinh irniiil.
lit'r. \ iiz, 11 is anl., ll Ihe
,t.'r (linat lh witutild l\'e nflri'.i itii.tli Ing
hili at iIter I Froimi lil i HoIt lit nilu t vi
dionfe thlint h lie s I. n Ilil i l.n-n
lils propl sil lull wnull, libe coliinlri rl.
Tt ie stlisngi r m lii '-t i Ilo lli l.,- ii i.I
inmeullht i1' waits shit l- w.'a- I a d w'is .u: -"n I ,i
,getl 1ff the Irain nl lli, nihihili villlu; ,
itr h s'i,''rvillr. wih--n Ii' iliFnal it'artIh in
then dtirect li i of ili (t Ciitiu erlauI 1 l1t11)1i-

Threu Killed: Four Injured.
Tlrtrte n.iitn w'e'e kilh' I anIl four tin-
jurit'.l nat 1'iiruit lngtlin. Ill.', Sntiii nri iy Iy
nfallin slate :i theo Nt.Saim miilnc.


Two People Killed, Far,-n Mcuset.
Barns and Crops Ruined.

Injt.'ro l, 8is ilnll i.'ili;ilm p '. ,:,il.\, ':, l
h ailf ltzo-n f'c i liih n"'.i V"."' ,t t.'iil-t.
I!t.' l by n tirrnh l Ih l l itirt u l I it ,,,
tmil 's iirl t i Itt lf tI h It in (i'lmtii oiln iit-

"'T i' tlim i nlit i- w,'il I nm i -ly esoe-V

ball Team are Hurled.


Passenger and Freight Trains Collide
In Indianapolis Suburbs, Scat-
tering Death and Destruction.
Sixteen Dead; Fifty.Hurt.

A special from- Indianapolis, Ind.,
aays: Fil'teen persons wc-re killed
and over fifty injured, som fatally,
Saturday morning by a colllsloin be-
tA'ccn a 1spetla1 pas, n eiir trai on fio
Bl Fl 'our railroad ;mnd aL freight engine
drawing coal cars. The incident hap-
Spenud Iln tile .dJge of the city.
Thoe iasncager train of twelve
coachea was carrying 951 It2rsti a,
nearly all of vhom i(on t.-re students t'f
Pulrduo 1i iahmiltsy, itnd their frienaJs
from Lafayett tuo hindi.innu>olls, for the
alinutl f turtiall gsAiie betwe'u tche
Purduie C ntem ard tliihj diania iun ar-
slhy smiuilad for Lli' th ito chairiplouslilp
wlil';1h 'ant to hae Li eun ftiuu;lht Salt-
urday atternueon.
In the first coahli bn li uf Itho en
gino weru o ihe ru'd'i o it lit iall toi t .
tjbiabtlito 1i13yCI Wi illid an .>i'g?i i.
T'hreeo iud la rr. thu aoiie.iait. cUa i1,
trainer antid -evcn eulibsiltuie players
of the iuilverriafy '..ini wereo thclll lind
every oone of thil fitty IbII'L-' itehr por-
sons In the (rit wert. either taitnlly or
uerluoi l3 Injurem-..
From Joy to Gloom.
Frrm tIhe twolvur tiasu.o'nger coaches
were cu ing tihe Jo3yiat l rics titf a
thlulit nanil oote r.i or P1riinlic, clad iu
galri dru.--'. with colors streanimie,
ille In tlio front (:adih rli Ivweniy
rnitaSiular filwa io -, trali 1 ii tio hem olur,
on whiomn Ihi.- lfi i of a Ihilllant vli'-
tcr1y ou lthe grid.crmi -iu-re tonfldrlnilly
Atoud iu a c urva nt the eighteen hi
streoLt cil, lnieeor Schuiimnaker found
directly i frost of lilin the freight
ingiue-and coh cal niu movitug slowly
tioa a swilllteh let.uliig to a gravel tit.
lie revet iod hisa u'ingle n dil Junmped.
The erash loirled ilth iaa: nger tlv-
glito anti tlin-t front t li(.hus
the c k.iel li-mIght -iar .-i lo ',l with cioai
that plowie ili -ir waiy Iircteh and
'buiric, und r a rile 91 h vr-clhtagu
Ivelghinig mniay tois fiill3' slty huanin
elic ngs.
The first car, in which were the
plycra, vas l onmpl, tily deniol'hcd,
i-.h t'or belng turnaay away an ladnlag
across a uitcr if cr>:il, whl3 tiho boly
of Ihe cur wu ri-odi id nl kndhrinmg
wood agalnt t li hol du f the imt.el
frmeght cars. T'elie ne-tond cta hi, cc-n-
talning thie biitil if tnuticlnit wna
partially icle.n uped. wi hlu it l i third
was ov'eJthrie'di nlll hiurlenAI down a
15 foot eoritbalniknient.
Thlie ottheor ulicht did tno Le'ave
thoe track. mni-tlla .-lyt i 1tr-r iio
shock the pnassengorsmnn andi womc.n,
bogautn tIe wuor if it.rlig au ay tnU
wrecliagna nd itillintg t.uit ieid and
dying cnl a 2i 8t ms itlt frat,_'rnpity
urotherms. '1fW young woimni pilrfortai-
etl heroic wo lit. Thnuiigh thi boh -lIe
were In tiveral ltusiant o3a lihorrlbly
Inanglod-on0t comipletely inu1l u1o tm [lar-.
tIally belie.-nt alld tht ti-uok ii., i their
laps tIhe lica tis of ihi tilintug n lu d in-
jutred aml tiootlid tlhir siiff'rlu'i.t 1, a
beP tL wIliy could uiitll tile sillt 'turis
A geoerialal l trmn wat Loufit'Ltl anolm
'every eO slsatuc tt I ( 1 e it l y ciitld tffm>, I
wala rue lIntilI to Ile uwir (i, whithl w.
litreo lloAI frouil thn lis iii(_ as eciitu r.
WVhilo tho dead aind lijiimled w'i l. ,i.-
Ing earlnid to tlie luoit' i.-' itiid M lspit-
tas, tho work nif toartig awaoy tim e
warock an, rn&c, uiig Ihoso lpinn'd j,,"-
in-a hl w uitl on Bl1;; nut ri ilr stu-
duoiut weptt au''ld c' t lioy stood over
lie bodies of ith lr (I,, it I friucls amnd
follow workers or gam.,-il hi, limiess tiii
tlio silt riTh gs ,f h,.i-nt tllm'go mnUtn-.
Wrllihig In pilla. T nh io tIo liheor-n
ror Chi wreclnge' ciiltglit, fire, tint Ilt
Ininems wucro cxtilntgl;,it.i Ly (lie sau-
denis after a hbrmi figlht
While theo work or re.-stu was going
on ttero "irrlvedl In thlo lits time op.
posing I amt nnd o\'c-r nminlt liundr<'d
choerlnug folhi)"ii'-1r whilo of Intitant. unlu-tnrpily at itloont-
lugtott As thum hunllpy intl eaxcft il stiu-
dents pourei u.'rem tit, traln news ,uf
the tragedy Co tho bl:tcit and golui of
Perdlue wvaa receoiac1i. Insianily all
at-as a1,'hlnes muiiil sympathy. Th'e
hlircg melted Into sorrvwing grtii Ia
tlihnt sparatod ito au-arhI the iiiorgalo
anti hopllal for fthu-ntls or look cars
- for tbe 8itne of lho au'ret- Io leud
any iosslbo nil.
The Sixteenth Victim.
\Villlium i[taltoy. of Nm'w Rlhindt d.

nil: I


Maryland Senator Has More to 8ay
Regarding Preaident's & Follcy
Anent the Race Iusse.

At a democratic mass meeting held
in Bnallimoure riday alght at the close
of the campaign, speeches wore made
by Edwin Warflrid, tho candidate for
gov-rnor, and a number of leading
democrat, including United States
Senator A. P. Gorman. An Immense
crowd was present.
Senator German took occasion to
again denounce the policy of Presldent
Roosevelt regarding (bte race issue.
Ho said In part:
"The Anglo-Saxon Iias never, and
will never, tolerate thu social equality
or the political domination of the no-
gro race. The souttl bas passard
through scenes of turbulence and dis-
order and rape and riot. Dy amend.
muents to state constihilons and by
Iltgitlai on tiho whites have secured
control, for time being. of their own
Iotanl goverinminis, und the colored
ra( h'le. no longer a political factor In
nnt stMate stouliii of Ithv Potomac.
"For moro than thirty years this
question has armisc;d sectional feeling
and divided parties It has threaten-
il ilhe peace of thu states, put In jenp
ardy homes and parnly2cd industrial
effortI. All thioiigh tfuil men realize
thait tils canker upon ilie body politl(
oniut bO clinill it nl sta] the supremacy
(f ilih o wliie government Ftired.
"Whleh Pi.cIileni McKilnlry kept hIs
pInrly olllgatiois nas fully nas any man,.
lie ceonsld mailing partisan war upon
1110 irtililo of the soiiLh But that
pFjOlr' remiedil, at least temporNrily,
the I siitt ois iii aoT)ires d ii them I'le
actliou of tlie star's wa.s tiItatliO, liv
ih nie oirts and c onflilenrce was re.
tailored. The ol d and yoritng men of tio
.oiilli look in now life Developmcifif
mnd progress rcuiilted ibrii north anni
soUlh. iintil the o t reatan or pro.perlt.
nd entornl'ri'lae was flowing from onto
tnd of the ]lI nrl t) ithe oili r."


New Aisoclation Formed With D. M.
Parry at Its Head.
A Chicago dispatch says- With the
lec, Ilont of D. NJ Parry, of Indianapo-
ta. as its preshilrint. the formation of
iho Citizi us' Ill ist1rial Association of
America was completed Friday night.
The orgnnlzntlon i national In scope,
anti Imlde t tleimianufacrurors, traders
or otlitir inployers of lalior, local gen.
Cral crgnntlzitoniis and citizens' all.-
ances. having pniong other rlings as
its oijct1 i1hi d<'uillng with the latior
proitlem in all lit phVla l mme.
Othr officers wcre eli-tod as fol.-
tows: J. C Crig. ori D)eiver, lieail'of
thi Co'oralo titn st ianti Denver citl-
zrPna' alliance, first vico pr'r.ldetnt; J
T. Holle. of the Manifncturers' Asso-
elation of Now York. third vice presi-
dent; A S. Ro'ena-rtnz. of the cill
zips' alliance EylnnE-illo., lad., treass
A convention of he association wil.
tirt hPil in Indianapolis next February
It was dI-tullcl, that all m'umbers of
lie asoclatlon shall pay an Initiation
ficO of $;251 to $iO. and all members
Alall pa. dileps at G O(entsI per annunm
pcr emptoytig memblit., the amount
Ln no diPo to be hIsB 9sman $0l nor
greater than $-1)1) per annum.
lpsnotlltions were then adopted.
They refer to strained relations be-
tween employer and employees, and
.their lad effect on business condl.
tions: diemani ample protection for
anil st eking to eat-ni a livellhood anid
iontninie In part: 'In carrying on ii
InImi and l nrii iit i proinlsilrg -oniltest witlt
Ihe abut- 's of uritrt ns as ii iW r onsttit
i.-d and i'i'nllcte,.s,at the samn ilmne r,.'-
ogniz.ii g ittl free rIighli of worldingnlRr'nl
t coniblno., and alnilitlng that tlih Ir
- ,itihlnatlin wheen ri tigh ly oit!itl itil
n *i c, on iid irir m ay pr,] o lilb lily .,
I'il. we otrne-i. iilv ith.'tsIrton eat. anti lie.
II, ve we trt- fii'ltig in tih. iIrt Intr r
,'its of the woiltIingnmn iltemseles'


Former Associated Press Man Wins
Medal and Championship.
William M. (i,-son. oif Niw Yoklt.
rrmiiprly rf lie Am elrtl d Press, anti
now wlilth a brolitr firm. won tlie Car-
nege ni lanll fii tie worlild'.a cliampln.-
ship n- the "bost all aroindl tl"gtrnpli
orr'inalri" rat ti tolirnmenit of Ihe
Amt'-I,"n Telpitrtliorhers' Aqsciatlion
In Phhlahillphia I'rlday ni::lit

synod In session at MemphIs went on
record Friday as opposing the trans-
for of the Southwestern .Presbyterianr
university from Clarksvillle to Atlanta,
This vote upholds the unanimous re-
port from the commlttea on bills and
overtures that a committee be sent to
tilio conferonc in Atlanta this month
th Inform he synods of the five other
states of the reasons which prevent
the proposed merger.


Salvation Army People In Bad Wreck
on the Santa Fe Railroad.
A Santa Pe train, which left Kan-
.as C'ity at 6 o'clock Wednesday night.
was wrecked at Dean lake, half way
between Bosworth and Marcelne.
Mrs. Booth Tucker, of the 'lSlvatlon
Army, was fatally injured and died
shortly afterward.
Seven or eight persons were In-
jured, Mrs. Baden, of Wintleld. Kane.;
Elmer Harris, of Chicago, aid Colonel
Holland, all of the SalvatUo AwiRlY
are badly hurt. .*


William Noble, Promwinent 'Alpbami
litlzen Paises from Earth.
William Noble died In AnMi8slon,
Ala., Thursday night. He had leen
I0 failing health for tie lst1 throe
years-. H had only re ntli turned
from Noble's Infirmary in Ailtlit and
WvE thought to, be mothTl t
Hie s o 9e f *.Io*: An-
Elton, AidwUkq

Was "Scuttling"1 of Mam.

moth Shipbuilding Trust.


Recommends Sult A0aInst Charles M,
Schwab, Who Is Alleged to Have
Gobbled Up Thirty Mil-
lion Dollars. .

A Now Yoric special sayO: Beni.
tlonal allegations of mt1latatemefnt,
falsifying and fraud In the- rg'aniza-
tlon and flotatilon of the United States
Shipbuilding Company, of attempts to
mislead and decolve the investing pu!-.
lie by erronoois prospectus statemenia
aind of a defilborato plan to wrock 11thrio
conmpiny by withholding the earnings
of the eBhlelrhtm Steel Company, are
contalned in the report of Recciver
James Smith, Jr., of the United Staits
Shipbultding Company, made public
Thei report concludes with tho rem-
omnendaio oni tht aliat be; brought
agalubt all perEons who received sto'li
of the company lthout paying full
valuo therefore, including the promwit
ors of tho consolidation, tho
of the constituent plants and Charh.
MN. Schwab, to recover from them st-.h
amount as Is necessary to pay the
dlFbis of tho company in full.
Rercclda- Smith nial recrcnmends
[lie sale, of hoe Crescent ship yaril
plant in New Jersey nnd the Harian
& Hollin.gsworth plant at Wilmington.
Dol., siubiilary plants In partial tperal.
lion. to avoid, furrlior loss by deprocl.
lion, and tihi, enforcement of a re
,-i. ,ereihlp for the lehlehoem sn ocI
lield hy Iho United States Shlpbuill--
Ing Company.
In the words of the report, the or-
ganization of the company Is charac-
irerized as "an artistic swindle," Ro-
rolver Smith stating that the valoe
of the plante, their earnings and work
Ing capital, given in alleged thorough
report of exact accountants, vary so
much from actual figures "as to Impel
the belief Hint the figures were wilful-
ly mlastalell."
It Is extremely doubtful, says the
receiver, if snich auccountants' reports
were submitted at the organization of
file conippay; that the organization
was effected by "dummy" stockholh-
era directors and officers; that state
ments li the prospectus issued ion
June 1-., 19f2 wore incorrect; that for
property worth $12,441,516 the ship-
tiuilding company paid In stock and
bonds $u67,997,f000.
The reelver adds that "the accom-
modaling directors of the Unl'el
States Shipbhuilling Company In *e.-
quiring thpse conmpanlei deliberately
gave awviy many millions of dollars In
the ator-k antl bonds of their com-
pany," "whole 'lo plunder," the re-
eoovpr terms II, to a few persons and
hlit. so far as thi Bethlehem Steel
Company is concerned. Its earnings
iavtn been withheld in a diel.-"urato at.-
tomnpt to wreck the United Statls
Shipbuilding Company.
The report delis fully with the name
of Charles M Schwnb, and the nature
of the irlilleiheln transaction, says Mr.
Smith. l3 sur'h as to "justify him."
i Mr. ScWiwab) In trying that he did
not sell the Reilhlehem Steeool Company,
bllt loult o -,ver ho tinliedl States Ship-
building Company. hi t directors ut
thai compuiny iglving hintm 30,000.ttii)
In sloelt and bonds for taking It off
their hnnils.


"Host" of Self-Styled Elijah II Leaves
New York for Zion City.
Without parade or tdemonstratilon
more thnn t wo thousands members of
John Dowlo's "Zihn litst" 'oft Ne'
York city for oinm' Monlay tn traiNa
of various rondals. Tihe largest part\.
nitmboring 300. went over the New
York Central railroad, occupying sev-
'en coaches and one sleeper." Only
about a hundred of DowlPeo's followers
are lefti In New York nnd they in
elude members of the choir, elders
and sntub-ovorseers.


University Consolldatlon Project at
Atlanta is Turned Down.
By a vote of 50 to 32 the Tennessee


Two Little Ones Die from Drinking
Water that Rian Off Painted Roof.
At 1'ilmingln ,i. N ', th, second
chlilhl of Chiarlr- ,\< M 1lie who wia
lii4l.-nnoel l.y niltniip uahi l,.r which
rain off a; fr'ihly-p.taiinr.,l roof Into the
l i- ri. dit. l M ilSunia niiplit after four
ilayt' nltense siufftrliig
1I i liiilo daight r ilitil Saturdail
ani lho old son lasted a day
Tho nowly-mad,. grave was reop,'t.
ed Monday morning, and the baby was
placed in the same casket with his


Great "Northern Light" Affects Elec-
trical Currents at Many Points.
Sirlonis olet i lrh l iali tlrflances, said
to lie (..u t t hi. hirora hirealis, cati-
ed great Incro ,elr.nei- to telegraph
and tetlfplone caoi panics at Cbicago
Saturday. Telegraph wires In all dl-
roction, from Chicago felt theo effect,
In some localities cniusing a total ces-
sation of busilnL-ss
Th-, French Cable Company, at New
York. gave notice itat owing to ex-
traorlinary elocirical disturbances
they wore informiod by the European,
ndnministiptlon that buisliaes would be
subject to h-avy de-lay.
A brilliant display of the aurora
borealls early in the day Interfered
with telegraph ECervice in the vicin-
Ity of New York.
This was the first display of the
aurora In New York for tea years, tLnd
It lasted several hours.

tr 1o 0 iSaT s iaetiln to sell, I
tMce people know i. An adTvertla.
-ii R *1* 14 v wle 4l in IU e Wsrl -


DarA Hair

I have used Ayer's Hlair Vigrr
for aigreat niany years, and al-
tboYgh I am past eighty years of
ie, Vet I have not a gray hair in
Gco. Yellott, Towson, Md.

We mean all that rich,
dark color your hair used
to have. If it's gray now,
no matter; for Ayer's
Hair Vigor always re-
stores color to gray hair.
Sometimes it makes the
hair grow very heavy and
long; and it stops falling
of the hair, too.
1.00 a boillc. All iras-ists.
{ wduir drugirti cannntr su nily you,
m ad "B ont e d'll:,r at n vin ,l exp.rp1
uou bc.ttlo. nioBuranuil g jth,,,.,io i
lf yoar unarnfrt pxl' iem ilon '.ii Il:,i, A, .
J. 'C. AVl:It '0O.. Lot ell, M.i.s.

Publicity! O ii, llot'i.t i t:L ,.
IHow harshly ii yiuir .%i;,' I: 1,lir- I'
'Tie you who hill til,, pt, I .:iig
Of motlecln'n anld patent f.-1.1
And if one i na :i -.l.1.i i r tri
O f tell'ie r ioo n s tfi I "-ii i,
YOuir lj lnP -"s I',: 'in ..'1n i,'i a i; .
And Pay, "V'hilt ..u I : jil .i:,

And If t 011 illn- rOf I'I i b.-:
Who batLlo for a 11111].11, vi.i':
If tales of stati''mn'ii. i-lili ,1''
W hichi great s -a, liy r. ',l.
Or iC 'ti.9 art tI.l i lu in v.i r
In langiogu go soiii .a:. .
The pooplo ) rri n i n.i 'I l,. Ir i
A nd a isk, "V\W i i o I! ii ;-. '. i i-..-
-\V- ' n St.:r.

NOT A 'OMMN1 N 'I \lil:P.

Those charge nIg:ial I i'.
tho bar wa eml:li .' .i
It was alle,,,rl In if'
that ho had "mni'tliC.l-ii
ously appropriate-1 nin
for his own ua-, I thei lr
"What aay you "" Ihi

"Are you gi!lily or rnt
"The ar.iouilt IH\O it
responded thuI pri.-lil r
clent uaswer to that (i
a man gels away willI 1
it Is not enrilli .,lmin<.-a .
diverting nionl ,y tIll. ii
channclJ."-Chleaco ill,

TIlE R.EW.TnD 0;.'
Kwotor-Wl'it'lI I tl '
"Take (aro of 'In i.w:b"
N -ew llt- A n l 1t h iL .-.11
care of your l-Iras --




- a1rill

Chicago In 1aby'onla.
President Harpor of thi University
of Chicago has isucceeolhl In securing
from the Sultan thei right to explore
the rumis of ani- .,lnt iabyloni. The
tuntveorslty hn~a n,.v obtained permis-
sion to exiranti,. In Til Ibrahlm. Ap-
pll'alh n lwas'? ,to the Sultan for
prt'nily iian to oploure theo ruins of
liabylon and lits n-ighborhood I-un 1900,
and aft"iv long dlilays it was granted.
ut1t furtli;- i',,l.iy' occurroIl and Iho
Irade wa;i iunt itIslsl Tlhen It -iu
discovereil i:it tlo 'iiGermaiins had re-
evil'Vo rcniL.o t'liT to pixilore' tihe same
territory. It Is li.ileved that tio
ruins of ttr rtI.nnilo In whi'ti Noluch.
alnezoar ofTwldl :.aeri'rinf s In s1) 13.
C, ani l ril t r;n l'.M( ;iIvI Ibrary of
clay tablets, will l'u ulicovereld.

r l-':.('lR I IT I' Vi.
narl 'A .%,,i f rn.&No Invo 110
a n y s -lr l l I':, i lo v : to
C'l II nI, Ii"- -Y i.. ., fromn Di o;on
n I i'. n I \ 1,; ,h i.
"111 i l.a'1o hills andI

it ', ili, I -' .

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f ih, t'- :h :li t. i- i iut,,I I .i-u itt I i,-

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ill lti.l l i- t i '. li,.i i M.l, l. i. i lrill i lT .
tI h, I' b" 1s r" n i l n i ht a I O I n 1 i t,,,'
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I .'-ill I '. I-til i I Iiit ,r i tt r .f
A -
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I 1 -. ,- i 1 .1 1 11o., To'chn, .

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.l l.uli .i a iii r r .
\|. i I I !.. l MI r i. I \li 'c .
I i ,l t i. I I i- .- .:r
I ti l l Q I i I .. "r I.- lb 1 11 1 -ll ,V IC'
I i I ,, '. I i n. o! L r L ; !i .
1 1- I I L l 1 i h i l I .. i
Si l. t iin. t 1111. if (\in.fl .I

s. bI i ,I I I I '"" .'": i l l ,, ,I ll'.t t--i I h.l. 'lr ls i'-
0.. 1. A. I 1. 1 l ll ..;lll. l.l ., Uli T' lr .V

v ii 1 i;,' I i. li I [ iii 1 l.,l ,lglIi i i uIiis Iiaiti .
ii't"'is 'II l li.t11 i .- i i -l .lltiAl Hn-rJ foilrt(ru lid
, h I rl" h l1 ,~ ixt .. l1,'i ,, I I .l

.i a iit ;_ l l
II oI h i __, ll
' an \i^,l SrC-IIN('E FOR TilE YOUNG.
II i t n rii Th" i1 1 ltt'il lI;
It I- nil- 1 Tii 1. u I 1 tn1 It-lit leo:ast;
O 11 i l ,,t .. 1., I f i ir .'l- 111 li 'iint di nk.
\VW I,1 h hi,., lh, _.i1.1l ,t ll wink.

Et '( M. .1 I'ui i ~1 'i. fi ll I h,.n Jr:;i-
o1l 1 I \\'1,1 .1 I lh,. v i il gh. lit Sillb-
1.I, I I fl- "o f
a1r, w ill t.i.,0- T h,,, ,.:; l I | n n|ill,,i '.,ol,]--
Ihilliit-I ilhll 11.. I ,.i,,. hin t If ril If tho Imio.
t il. 'i Ti l I nlaIl"

I Ii
Ii'. ii~

I Mrs. L. C. Glover, Vice Pres. 1[ihvau1kce,

Wis., Business WVoman's Association, is

another one of the million women who

have been rdstorcd to health by using

Lydia E. Pinkharn's Vegetable Compound.
~D l MnI RS. PINLilAms .- 1 v.-as married for hevLril y stars ,nd nu clialrdsn
blessed r v uy l home icThe rf.ti, I h.a a l I lilll li ';h]( '-F rn le .tl t.i l.l-
and I ncon 5 I t,ha liave any !"-tll,'u nl,'t.-is I coitld i Is... r,', l iH'l I,, ',d o i-
Mti 1but ` ft%:r :p ,e,'iitu eliisnag for s '..,i t inonlhiS, y1 hUilind .ielita.t dis-.-
fm ql 4l, isi one Iult liLt w ol o -i cc a ,i te( lIlt i t i, li o1 of a wIlman whlo l. d
etij reAircd of piai tr tri.aIible throI gh the l ii f L 1 i s Ei (1 E P In It l.L m'.
V fe r blie Co pounds 'Is l n t nd ri I .It at ,, I , f it '. i .a ti
y ,ur m medicine ft r t'.i, i-, n i ll i ait lil. a ii1 s, ii I. IIll i .<' 'I v n n.i ili
and in tweu -twv. Ql iiian S c ll s a I ctanl. t. llv 'tpre :- [li js. o aid
th av .n f u l.n s t h a t as I a lu-H I. iOu ri u i ,l s id i t. h10 '1 '1 i l- t pl i a o

rw ni n; just fhor.- l n 0 ti e t swrnl" ns tisll ydial I. Pinklallni'e
rtij1 o IJn sL 1its cu, Ow(it ersi in thosil of'r tio(li n Lrousl treleon os.
< otblle t pn t cure othe whosiloS ffer frsfee tt < < ll ,lt
ina stlsin ttljei ov;arlt's, li"ldneyI nrolles. w ,,rd inscV It lt, lirI
and nervous pre:tt ratlon ; ruzateli'er lint Itf l
hanm's V t lpo reitIp < i his mytrin oFW0 ,t i au dion 'tallow
any drugglset to wsci1 :oo anything elso it t 10 it-c.
An Indiana Lady Tells of a Wonderfiul Cnroe
"DEARn iMn. w 'it HIiA It isa pleay ure
e o u for n tto rIt n u ll tell a lt -y our l w ,n rf
icinehassdotuefilr e. Lwa: sick for

suffered tntoel agony.
"*I cannot f ind words In whic-l to ex-

w ient a trial.l
; / r "Before had talcerm half a bottlemof

poied, I began to slep. I have taken uma o'
psix bottles and am so wellI can tic all kinds
,(.~ I Y-^ of work. "-Mi. LlzzIn [InEL, a Salem, Ind
It et o lying In your ease about whieh you wouldd like
i &i. e.I a h ._ tfrtely to Ma- Pinkhm SheW A surely helpi
fb u imIn A t 60 .. .ei e e st sp. x from a w I4er .experei _
Lyn,. ,, W;. M S her im e ss -re
lci t Lt weIo ll. Addrs' I..s na i_ _st
I jBt!it" bi




SMitiini 'i Wotolivork.
Before isig i' vairnishli tiin onl bo1rt a
or anlly Iuwood intlicle brirush ovr \vith
it strong soltihllon of i- a i gail;>lia' 'inte o4f
potsili. Tils Isnot only dislnt'tct- I
alui, lt t IIii il?.u ai t ili l tfllhi, l-liI ia im for
hll0 varlall shli6iln, of wVici h oilC tqICIt
will thi Lie found suitlcen, it.
lil1 Undilawoair.
Si.'p iianild never [to riln'ilpt direct
ly iiatin silll iitidlrwi\'n Illr. SIltrong sonIp-
liiI 1 asniili'% of Will-iIl ,Vil'tIr aitf it 1 white
mi:|llp WiI 10to folllld lt.'Nt. SiIiv r.O tlhe
niriait it li thI\s vist r. anil then, If
i.e gaiiurnit is very much soiled pass
it through iliuother wiarin sufdt. Press
li ti'l'ell thie Ihands to got out thlo
nlit r, sliI;o w11ll, i:rl. s Oil tih' wr>i!g
i %l%' stilli i miodtri-ately 1hot lion.l. 1llk
I -'ail.t ilII In ll is wiiy will lhic p tl10 color'
i-o long as It holds togetlt-r.
Toi Praeservo llruIllies.
Good liatlrbruslihcs iroe costly Ili1ll-..
nilid n wlay to keep) til bristles still
ainid (fliuili for yeiias Is worllh knowing..
.A lusmsIII coirffair gives tills risciip'e:
IInvo really two inslins; pillt a linm
Cof s il l 1 i10 f1 1 e 10 1' It w:hilnnt illn ill'
I n:ll tlltre i p rts tilli It w iltl lhollli i
A\>-ll lr; i i- llh .r Lnsiisl h1 hol lUl IL thro-
i.n-Is llIh-,, w illi wnl Tr ns ec.i'\! I s %oil
'ailn it. to i wh-ill you halvei' tldil
s.ilI L'lt .ir .-Iloill i Jlkc- or (i" good wlilte
%ilegair lIto .g It n Ilotlie'-1li'ly alili
tasl'. huli lk, lhi ii irill-s o(f tilt' brItl.i
M0ef% tl ui> nl d(I Ilit n Ili tiolllag wlir'
t ill Il il.'Y :1r1-'l i i' i l1. li 1i I l l <110 '111 < 1 'i .s il
Il -llnilt Ilo 'ir nlly i It ll. o l wd t(,r ;:iil
mitil ill nt hu. ii ti to ry in'i' l tIhe altr or lil
i wVIllln pilt., ilt not ltio iln r lhlo
I'e.. Of1 ci lrs., ih liaich of tihe bri lln'i s
iiu'ut lnot beI Wi'tlid.
jt555 or viasit PHaie'r.
Few hoiitse.lves know of t ll lIIIIII'
Oils uli ls wilhl( |lliylr '.i lit,' I tll
to'. After al s i)tve h'la-a hi llcilh i .
It CinI blO'l pt li a Ill It y 4 iii001 co'ill
IlHn iby rlubbIlg It v'iryt ilny 1It ll The tenkettle, tcllopt aindil f-c
ree pot nill nialso ibe kPlit lriit lltil
ci1a nl In lhe sausil wily. KElt'i"i aiid
tliwarite 'iil bLo pollsliltl till tllly sili-in
like Bllver. I'aiper IiH betisv'r Iiii i stl
11ry clolah for lins'provilng the ntiiliaii"r-
11lce of mair'rors. litutii cailiiineys, tr.I'.
i'secrvess and pkleklsem lIop IInuli iM-
Ior if brownII lpper, Iliti-iil of clolhi.
is tiled overr the Jilr. I'a itr L Its good
i-, fWilliig for put.i liilT ilndr carilt'1p.
and two lhlhii.osse'.-s pllllfl iil'der a
prhlial'd miRkei o co'virlng itN warnl ins
I bLliainl 't.-Jc. Jslo ''(irtly'cei I Ain rl-r.
C:ts Quelcia.
lIculeI I'or Ille llit 'ls *.21
Do luot laii-rfael'i' wiVlih li girl's
ail .i'Tll ,inolIS nfter her work' I ilone.
kBesli l'.- r-l;ilalr aftlirnois nid sil t Iln.
Ings Off, give a tialild 1111 OUcc'lflloul
Lilty off.
Don't expect tioro fromi n aservant
hiann you could tlo yourself.
Meals siall be pre'iiri'd lt r'giltir
hlour and lit, I girl's wvorkl iilast niot be
dltlayed by Ini'llhines.
Incroano wa lll'i is inpi'oorllon ns anCr-
Slc 's lboronllt a I'liauilillh .
I.amltiaiall'rI tlint yoiiiir s sr iiuist li It
lImal iil l 'l III g iI t nl b iin,[O. i)1' Iiird r. 'l.
Plliec' tsolio roin otilr tli I lhoe
kILehen iat liht r dlaspos ll lt rIiOiv l'
io liii)ny.
If tritll'lsn Is to ble linall', Ih. it Illn
cool, (disp l.ssloin 'th. iiAiiti1'r.
J'ollow thae (ollbeln Ilile.
I Do not lultolrfre wl ltiny of lioer -lil-
perHilltllnis or ri'-ll.t siu I'-llefs.
1)o 13it l ttitrl'ri.i' 1 s hllli hl r '11 V off
fali's unles. sliat iitlki f'ii Iallvisl'.

A Couy inild Arlitiitrntilt. ltlis-lIiiouii.
'T"o the lov'r if sli rilu 'iiy I it f irn is -I
S In I< Oa w'1ll I Oi -i 11N i l. lhI l liill'il lr-
tI ilc in r'oo-f i h aliilor' i re l nif" r'lir-ill it
will Ib. MWlily rooms ir.' furnil.shld
lu good tnt,? wlli n rifounril for ll 'r
nind arriniing mlent. yt ilI .v In'ik sat. Ko -
thitng-citll Is "iartislic 'oi.1'140on."
Order Is or coulirso dI1110,ili tIhlIn. !
luIt whi cu ery nrli'les of fiint iilurO i
;lld c('iary l'I'l ;1 il In I m pi'rullt r 1lil'.'. i
l e1 rtom h loo s taoi e hll st. Il1 Inhoi ,' i-oi tl
tsli it livlu roIlil. A iniaul:it.sills1' .Vlit i
cuirItl(5l.' oil lii \h vlliil l a11i or on u I
ct.htr IouBl aN If' it wrt1 lil'i u ra'id. I
T'ou niiimlh onlsli- gfl' s u stiff aspciir- '
Oiic'o to the iinost lisaaillsfl 10aioa. 1 l nil '
Ihiit fe.W l'OOiiN hioisPfit.
Of course, tlhrc is hlls' oller extremern'.
'1 it? a 'nllt w'hosP frlo li B Inivs 1 n1 iiIlIo1
ths'lr wiiy sass bs'st i lry 'h 5 us
rhiaoll P ttillio or sllilin rooii -- w li
slit sio-. iot ie nffcrt lie dlslslrslr-cu"-o-
HlPsis wiillh lhe rnnlior fillhiliOii l l'y-
Iltsg Hlit "'(eslIts Iisolt'i tlo order."-
Mas Inlih n. li.t A i n'ltir (ioncel.

l':lKg I,''i,.li.--l 1nst four eggis intilll
li'.t. isl li lll'am us lIttle saslt 011d l-rp'
I, .r foar il'nzi-iiii two IuIilesicnnfo l

i ia.a'fulu' iii' milk; pillt -'15 tablesllsiooa-a
fI'l of titttr in n frying pnis; wIs: s
lint. t11i ls In lir

'IiI' "l r l'rvi on (tt us.
nlriiplt WVll It l ippl'r- Bent Rp.-
tr.itlyI tIli whites niosl yolks of ftoe
,. p-.. Put Ilt.lita tiiogtl-r'. seam uili with
,.ilt. f!:ivor wlIh a le ,:imlii Jilic., lindsl aid half a cupfuli
"of green Ipoppi r which hiave bren
li.llpped indl frir i l i i little bu tter.
SCo(lt Ian n hot lbuttlerped o mclet |pan.
Piiinelplih ('jiiderl?-!,'"oir sllces of
t'lppl' rnlt ini dicl-, one lemon
mlit oin oriiag. sllced very ibIn, eight
tnalsispooiifltlit pf sugar, otne pint of
I'-ilt wvir anid one cup of shinaved Ice.
ilace tlie fruit lil n bowl, strew with
Ih i- mignr a tl a littl le Ice. and In totl
r iilitrLh' nddt lhe leld water. 81ir w'oll
t iid lpour into glasRes ialt full of
Si -'ihayved lee, decorate will ripe Iber-


Ser 1

s tlhlk
* tea sp
;he I
i il~v

g Vernmlecill-Boll four eggr
ly minutes; mnke a white sauce
two lervl tablespoonfuls of but-
iiaid Iwo level tablespoonfuls. of
; when the butter bis pelted add
flour and stJr together until
[Ui; add gradually one cupful of
milk; stir this over the re o until
kened nnff boiling; add one-fourth
oouiful of salt and- a. lIttle pep
toast six allcea of bread; remove
shell from the eggs, cut thOl ID
Me, separate the oelkl from th
pfart inSB *aiwl pece of s-t
tbeo wit ,.role psmth
*.n w^V t ^'sa f ftd .IIA .,

L IUIUUUl'i Ulih
To Prevent Swarming.
enons swarm because they lack room
Ili Ihla hiv'. Tho old qeooil nnd tho
worker's leave and glvo up tlio hive to
the younger bees. To prevent swarm-
Iug ndd moro space at the top, SO that
theI worklters call be prov-ided witlh store.
atgo room. It Is better to have one
strong colony than two weak ones,
its the L.e n cnan more easily protect
themselves against eoneinles when they
are liniumerotis. At this season, f tlhe
wether Isa Uilld, the bees tmay flud
plenty of beo forage, but later on i
thliv nire conalleed to travel to greater I
tlistlni'i'p, and some of thWut are tihui I
deslroyedi. for whi i reason. the colony
lhouldIJ be strolig. .
talking Cal7es Thrifty.
Wslhen ncaveth are not th1rlfty the cnuise
niny be In tie tnlainagement. Irregulatr-
lty in feeding, overlooking their plcit-
lirtlltles ild plrefrences and crowding
Itl'ii 1are reO1801ns thatlt cause lack of
Ihrift. When sieverl calves aro to-
gether, and their milk poured lqto a
'oinnion troutgh. tilh stronger ouos will
seutlre more than their share ndin theo
woiil5t'r CillvCs less thain I tSitllclnc'ie.y.
LT.c; of %rantr in v'ryv wvarui weatli'or
iintrling thel middle of tlhe day imaay
ainusei Inrlln, for it is elsloniiimry with
.oilL. Io wiatr thle owa.ti itd culvi'a',
swlily twice n dily whelro h ti supply of
wi 4 tr Is atI tlo brn -ionly. The ren'-
s'dy Is tol f(oild i.ts'l c.aIlf s8elpi'ately
froi the othliers anda give a virla tyt of
Thi PIaanliir Qiestllon.
Does It ipay to Ime a ipsture; that Is
will an larger profit be derived front
towl that nar given exclusively tlhe
use rof i i.istuire., or will the nino land
liny iloro if uscd for prodtlclng Ilny?
It lines liPii found, iifter repei'nt d tests.,
hint i libout foutr times as insIdl'Ih food
I'oul lihe oliiniled from i lleandow Iiy
-illowhig it to produced' liny tlhan I'y
nslasliiii t It, whilch l i lrtnsi llhit four
cowl call be lc c:t oni theo ltind wherl
only onie'rnn be kept by pinsturillIng It.
One of tlihe driawbick against losing
tli Innd for liny. however, is that coni
siderablo labor Is rll'tured in miowlig.
Lnring ia1dtl storing tIli hlity, will l110o
e'ws oni the paste perform tihe In-
tuor. Also, the cows giv'i green food
ass linsturage produteo more illllk In tshe
imaiiiiit i'r 1 'lsoioi thal if i ikept on liny,
anild iut iso given green food Itn otome
annner to bo be profitable.
Tlio C'orner 'ont.
The eind or corner post of i wire
fiesce fins much rt-s-ponsibillty placed
ill)Ol It. lnclice thi' need of gr'ent llrin-
na .;.<. 'i'lh.- etit shows nt plait that will

.I;Iv' lnlltsfItellon. Dig a Itn'rgo opening
ILIId (st llie iosHt in Io 1middile of It.
V'll I n alsiht IIt will s loso tones nand
ipotir cneInt inl to tho upnceis ibetwevsil
t1ie iiol.u-s. Whtlin tih caiss'nt l s ba t, t.
theli' post will be it Iheo nliddlo of a litrs.
Silv loiumkr, iand will bIh exceedingly
liard to "Ilndge." MnliK tlio aides Blop-
ing Inwlirl. Iis hliown. lhlit Ilio fromt
inniy not Ilti tti) whole bodlly.-l'nria I
Jouriinl. .
I.lquall ntiiniii. .
Theol bii'r1yiir ~1rshoulld lo walvcle.1 at
ItlH 1t n li il' y54 r ill to I O Ihlo t ha t o I Illi tI
oli ns1t 1l11 Is l a I w a' l. If tho flov ctll
li' tliiri.dl into i lha l, liand t pdeand iut
viilys., to soak i.wny oi\ri t lts mrfnlr'i.
111v lt iiittt (,Contitlilt d I i t will is'ettl
I ll th round nidl lie o vod. tiOn hliil
wli',ri at Ih dopoitl Is mniode no oilher
Iaalllrlo will lIo lieacsRnry', as lohe boet
iiilrhil. Ir I chlain l ai l lt nro(1
wnIslasib sut I lid flow intai'ny wilti til
v."-:tir. Wlhors there is n coiisiderablo
wil all ibo l('poHI'l, Ulliha tho flow is
ij rns ill. WIVheir thie Ihllid canniot
I' aisnd to I flow over i field, It shotsil
lbe titttnio(iid ti In tIline Inrinyird, and l
lhIo siliil' I t!-liti's tl-rown Into theo
plill. "'ill is IN ftiipiolSrng thaitt so rrnnagi '-
tniantH w.ers snado llth .it ar before l(i
IIlti:iti' It to lcstter udviUntieo. T'o
sltllIi.e IIlis vuhlna lo ililtlrliil thacre
slicsilil ni\jiyi o l t ic lclses Il tlin busrmi-
.Viril, In lilt, limi alinii ison, a lot of
inillk or i lrtlh, whihi lilould ble ho
i:ic-il ltiihlt It inlliy be mid' to nbHoill
Ita- II liltss W''I -e I t ti'r s li ai ln te'
lis.ial' It an lit,' Paei l tll 'i'her,'s ni mi
ii hlt-!-lstl ( lis it Silly tlniis that It I rs'-,
iiliel. Vlls hit"mit ilh oiiVelIi'.inct It
Iniv i i piled upi ni'ros lt liho linnturni
,nil't sf lhe hli riynsrd and 80o serve
Ih ii Ilil'i1Hi' of n dlain liand anlorbent.

Hnvlrig All Ilte rPlnt Foost.
T'horl u lt inv lnitd thei most oexper-
loiw- s I LiOl lllig stoial le ninilurro iareo
1lrit li hit i .t rI-1Silnt (s comeL] frm(9i apri-'il-
litg thi ,itl.mi 'inr u over lilt fields tis soon
lifter it IN tisind f ni possible. If It elit
h-' nuil'ill ld indPei; the oll. tho hbet-
tor. 'T'li're ti'., liowevo r, Milly l4rin-
rn sO hitiantpid .hbat It Is nipolslblo e
toI hlindlI" the munnure In thin way, I)ar-
l:ithlnrly during the sinumamr. In such
c:tre.s the ll iniiurot may be kept In good
iondilllon Ir it Is spread ilunder il open
shiscd. wlih-re the umlilas will Itniml It
iloiiwn. Every few days a smulall sian-
lity of litter should be thrown over
lb lit niis, hut inosi of the c.arse mia-
iirei, sliouli lie removed.
If it cuter.t bottom is put In this
IhL4, built o that It Ilopes. basin-
like, toward the rm.itre, there will be
no leas of kho liquid oxcrementil. By
arrisngfng the gutters hIn the barn so
thnt the flow will be from the sin-
iblW Into this shed. all of the liquid
manure will lie naved. The cost of
I snclih a sih-d will be pnlil for In a few
years if one has a number of cattle.
At any rate, it Is the only plan by
wlebich the valuable portions of the
ulanuro ainy be saved. The old plau '
of throwing the manure lnto betips In
thbe yard, where it catehel the dripV
froni the barn roof, meals throw$n)IS
money awify.
DuulM. .ilat Year e Mtrta rtlway
,. nupiite ra tuar !!jll1,*r$ times
=a**sLe a^ tt4ir 11gg
*HB'*K-BI'l*IB~l*I^^^H*H^^^BII'1*K- lb.

freed from Afisery

ORTF!Y of a ii hl ioir i tub' 11no Iawvand Ic rritatlort of thn

er recounmenclat ft, V.'. Il If a wItrasidtweif tibmjid ldslr sbohWH A",iAI Mlq.tI/
W1 liitf toO ExI)rm YoIr fi or elvI. a or Order. Deay In taie
This Is wshat1.1r. II NaturalN% i l it i e'I i' vsulil prnilipt tat1io
Pi 11 r 9 1MgIaani r t nounibe rill I t itit.I.- i- ra sii ortsll calusesA Birll.

Iji~inv 11111.i 1-1f.'Ii niiioiislble ftr Dr moto I Ii itilO*3- i nod
tells hIS CewnPrlecIW" ill tha I'0 "11"Wil4 "t was w, t his jurkctil 1.1 L, ii i v ifoaffd:inger(7ua1
vvoriin: lie 5513g~. "otni not Itsi n Stpi t ii- IxKidn y PJI (. camne a 4 ri-
hor I w sviss tkifjii%%itlsa 1 tialklsit lng 'i11it itl my notl 50 lindI Ii. .' I i ri :lsII~tt
ni'rkiqq I Ii" stiuill aif'myi hait. till ,ts I iraitivured io pieifrom 2J1j 15,t7~I
over Me ok~thiai'yi. I 12fu mll 4 at-tImi l Iti tis rg tit nue of C. 4de 4 f b e('j Ill i, a B uslfitiY
to th 'athis f t II1. 11tIilikig I ~it %411,1 *. y(ivr -sto t. 14
ot. h[t i~t 'is~v~ .f Ksf 54 trlae l.tti' it dtira'.lti Pill$ A*i*iI.- r'illI..y\ .;
ito n 111 1 ,r1 i i o i 'll .1i1IP11 1 11110.11:,; sling' 3 cI .t.. t ~ I '
I)LIa 5(-I'i 'lj.'iit tiitIol il l I t It Ililb I -I mt.s nl, to my 1,10. l

the zq afl f t"41 '14 1 I- il I 111111(I.-V'ii V 1. sal 1tll r I I ii'it,'1 [on or the
Ike ha ck Iv ivili ,' I 1ii t -l I 11.,Iill A %Iy illeIlIjy] I i,& a -1
h~q. m.-Ill du with th'. 1!
it dt r s l. u i Ill If 1;:1111,, I. 1 1. 16 o l
l'I311 .shoiov Ill.If 11 I *. i

r...aiha J ust I llns till. 1.1it -411, Olt j~pjutli~,*'~ d A, ii~~iB

UI ,U M r.III 311101 -1-11I'l ti oll I I" ( 'l I ti 0 L ths 'il- 1111-tH tiii. pl

(tit o' tu ~l 114i iiti i lll-act V ion j:I2 'g A I Fii4 h ti tiiI
roilitia it Iiusl l"h it *1 PI ns 111111i ) r %I Au'lid iktl ii' 1 l IIi int!sgt-~ ~ ~ bl

I os Hi~lt fighaito liig r 1Mifat' as1,1`11. Us'siiS55 4ctii lt i tI' ho Ii Ils !A I
lit ill4. "oI I IS-yt14.II (oils-sw. l U l lion 111114 k, tfill, ilt.- ~
1111Il I'it x II ( I-I vI 101. ; bl"S 111ti :,: 1 lk'IiiI hnat tlipm y 0 1.
is Hi1ies ulla ig'it he o Isif. a imil3 itit, lu411, r-17 c otItIit it Iit i' sST T
I il l)It da t oi Ig i -l it vi f-,%%liiAli
111t romil I rain6,1 ~d7e
umituof thati'. ~t ar.on ni')sil d l iti- it'. lUiIilt Y' lk4 L.Ba nll.ft~tIth ~drsus e
hO cVmli e ro laimi rii' lrto bpi(' It( Tlliot

llg I,, IN t a og ls tri tusilusy- IllyiI'm I oin BroaltlSO g Out

ssoaaotllifog of that tI ll 1Nat Iliatt'I IIIiWrs Y ill, a Fre e1w.ti
ni iii l wai t ht iliu W t i y o vitic lo tit i I kitl1111W il h
I )it IRl t h t ghn( nawl." D R.illi1%bt i rt ak 1.1 1P
Jais'iitiils atvvr? Hil-C i t)u1 f l ap.l .11 I J l ii t i llP .. ...I..................

1% spe virin i ilihere Ila8101111111 111dli 110lt1'4ritf 71411 h It. I, iak. I" O~ u rt.T n e

ha C11 14 cure'il 5511I i ly, r r fft l. i:k J1 ll

tquI I every r Uli W1 it''y Sr *,, I --
al through thioso nionalir i ills?"
"Tiat.'" oxplain.s her ulitli, "'ia thll
pig-Iron."--Judgs. I,

MNI l Iltontlir- -I low tnlalit.o It n woinl.i
Io If fta iinii I i oul.m!i111 goi tiiIs 1 ll IIth-,
lih1- It n o Isral n 1, lin 1 s it'h1i 1 11 fl'i t I
I1l 'n, 1ti l l1 1l o f I'lo t r i1 l u.'I) l l h.
MIr. ilrillonlliti It walil min-rn
ilrn111 Tlie kIiockeric alwniyit work.
- Niow York Wlstkly. .

Tli s doiiFilly ror rorliillvo plnt liItlon
(if I 'nltha I toastll v Il11' intill lia ttlilt
of lm I lls, t1i l nll itl i.
FIT.4pnrliiaM its ilv inri o. I i..I- til .r .nti.r i.ii-
.ir ii ftt r it ri ,lis y'n ,I .ii .*lt iI KIllt t l s i',r"i
Nprv1lItqto)r.i..'=fl flal I.I 1 1 it lill'urfr.<,
D)r.ll.II. I I N. I,ttd .. 9 :ll A r ,'ir .. Ilh lli.. i.

S I nl l tItin t liii la i r ii s i .' .ii u I lit r
1i1 1H 'III,..i ll i. iiirlii- l 'i .111. ,ill
A ll cr i e .it It' e Ii llat I l. I. %1Vlivl
not ilo .- Iley do u Te .I bI'Ir Iu'r
'r.IsI ('si (il,
Th Cson snitN Isi
Thlic -pt' l. .1 %14 1 l"J,,?.4 Li' l,'li B'n r.'l>
i| 11 V < l lllio hr ,iK '
i n'surtlslili's (JiU i r 5lT 'I'qli lnjl tisa% 'itv I
mlyll/e tlrer yeyirr'o i lr, AIit i .u 'AII Itn i
aJ ai, AlulIo i-.. ,Norw' 1. N. I IT, I r. U).
I.ukl woh'lt il.,nS' iiui.i yon o ver I hit
ronwh pl lm_ S

Tilsis t-q--sy -I-sbll VnI hit- Elihts----
M111r- Whiql.,w'HHV.'I4 ,o ilii t 'Li vrni|r ir llli rcvt
Itim i wll ui/ nrllr t: tlh -gillii < nr .1 i 1i 4 Ili 9iil lfni i -
llti, i,ilyd in ilm li.,iirmrt w ili-.1,.ll,,. 25'.' i.t botllh
A IJi13 'l ii, 't lwi'iyd'. i1rolin, eve n ia
crisis<' f-ismiitii'ts-imn.

1, all1 who aliffrrnr to tIli fiindtis of thdois
Wilho i'-flr with 5. diley. ilt aIr. H'rsrl, tHlailler
or I1 -il ll.iesr.s l 1 ii|.lni, 4 i,.lll6 ; ii HtliJir "'
ln a nil uhilli, tl i l'ila i it liImi ni K llu y an
liver bMledllnei tl 1' iheilst b illolil il? frE .,
cost. M01il111i Ilil N1 1 I t-i. Arilrsl' 'Tl'II All'
DI).tJU M'1 (CO i.111t i Atlaml i Oll.

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Anm4 nterrmedisl e pilrta. Ask .yomr tlokst
igest or wrlit
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WABIAIH Rr, ',,,i
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It Ivi l>nTi Tailleasare
thif , l| paplda

l i i li l nilllluie
01' ih.lir have lrlien
uhil J 10i I li Uultied
tr.illc.H m it a ltisgle
yil r. I,1vory Illmis

ri'ln{ 'from n llordrh l stoillacli In
'rellt"/id si i lr-(1 liy Illil r ust. Ho
colim iiii I I i I( lt di fsis'imim-. orlglriote
; 'n)ait th sili nhl i isilnny il, Pi flsly as-
sIePi ii la l' t I' i 110 s la IIsllht of III
healili hI it will liw t lii Ilii-otill di or
c.ll'rei by I i l e ii tinsluiil utIIs of Ill[ilil
'Tna ilee. I'lysIrlli0 s It'.k Viw tisolini iliad
spook highly of All ldriggitsuil
sell Ithem tlhe Ilv e ent.Ill itillinte Is
elniogh f'or imn ordlinary (liii'sliln. stid
lie- l, ninim llv 141ilr ilxty s 11 11i ., J ill5 li
p hoilstlholil lpilyy (fil 1 i .ir. Itine
,geinerally gIlvt'a ll

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41 SoulI Fersyli St., Allaunls2.

I'ortsbl and talltonary

Engines, Boilers,

Saw Mills
Complete linet arri'd in stook for
IMMllfDA TJ sAtTmipmenL
e*e441lchliery. .owlesl rlooiss id Best Terms.
Write us for catalugue, prices,
etc.. before buying.

E~UflhV far law Ntl.
phtmiAT. We'a ni~vermni I-of1.1)4 anoi.Reoitiln'-
is16r St ffsltlit 110111Re0 W44iftiss suth(le lisa
cil~CI ~t artahle s-slit iorkisiare unaex
O,,ltlp far ACC14AI.Ii'l~d~i l'lr 111 4 f il. DUAN
IvY A'iipmsmEorcisPrHAasl is 51 ritosfor f
l ~id iritt il is-tis M. sel tuii d

*3. & 3 8HOES IN
'YouG can sve Item $ 3 to 5 yrly by
wuarntng W. L. Douglu $a.00 or $8 mh,
Illil l.,iitVn li slr r I
'itlllksh 1 rl1i1 | t rl ts$10
tl P .i thitli i l iy

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I' t 1 --

D .... ODWIN,
idi' Idtor and Propi
S.'1 :. ,. -
a., Bntered April 28, It,:1, at Oai
Fla., as second-class matter, undt
ngress of March 3, 1879.

Published every Tuesday and
a' t 1,00 a year in advance.
ti' 50 Cents for Six Months,
25 Cents for Three Month
Local Readers in revere tylw
a line for each Insertion.
Space for display a.lver ,aseiuei
on application.

Alachun county's field spo
i- are now having a huge time
"Where there is a will th
way," but sometimes it is a
get a law-suit on one's hands

The caruivl in Jack'sonvi
week was all that was expe
it, and, in some respects mo

Persons contemplating co
Florida should remembc
SQainesville is the exact c
the world.

.The man who will not so
waive his rights for the
-" others, is an Ingrate of
hopeless kind.
It is not surprising tht
politicians have the swe
If political bees are as poise
honey bees are.
owie is forcing the p
S> form a real poor opinion of
IY. by insisting that the you
i' ver kissed a woman.
C 'The Tatmpa Moruing
thinks as a "dark horse"
Washington would make a
i private candidate for Preside
Would it really be luapl
when speaking of some of
;. .nagnat4. to drop the la:
the word "steel," and us
S.-in lieu thereof?
T'., The man who never i
a' staeles in his way Is the n
q; an6ver goes anywhere; and
,Whio makes no mistakes is
ar ,Who does nothing.

.Mr. F4. B. Godwin
;Springs, and Mr. C. H. C
,.7MiCanopy, are authorized
subcriptions and collect
".''AR. See them about it
The good roads fever
Fatal disepe, else some of
':. roads advocates would lia
away long since And yet
is not progressing any too

People are now corning
North and East to spend tl
in Gaiiesville, and ho
SCarce. Real estate owne
" .. take due notice amtd Itt
S', hotusea.
,., According to the Live (
]^\." Demuocrat Hon. Fratk
". Stwaimmee cothnty, is like
-, come m candidate for I
ut our next Ciongressunu
i J. M. Barrs.
,! Personms who tre mnor
S* postedd on the political sit
S'Florida, say that Browardl
ly gaining favor willth the
i,'. his candidacy for ('. vern
,'' I ainonlg lhem

SJncksoville has hi-en cro
week Nearly all of the c
i the State have been th
it 1 i believed by s'8-me, tIlm
cauI.diiatte peeseut thee \\
i.e other fe'low.

Very Floridla editor s
'. the Florida Scholol Herald
,. ed at St. Atiguistine or
Schainge list for the be
, pleasure of the deaf t.-ys
i le work on thei- Heraild.

i A .SotAllh Florin. exchint
.thAt a ripe aiertnnmelo., Ian
plucked from the vine mi Is
Ot ut what of that? Here i
v illh hristmn is S.tmieti
. aterpielois onll te mark

S The admirers of ex-Se
.4'tould remember that h

.he "'has beens" and thus
SW4t 14att a people's mani
I %Selator should c
for Hun. J. N. C.

U4ndidates who
1 4 ,klot of adlvert
r tF(ore ou

11 O

'I', ,

-... ...0r ... ..018 '.
n.ow beiig applied 1to e same A. crlous Insctnu o of bird death le north west quarter, q t he north east quar- iccessibile to time public. This volume O 1 a Vlosta G 8. da.. Ip .6 ............
voutrs as llrre rded b y Y. D. Scott In his ter of the south west quarter, the werst i 8shoSa Ant aa tfiav-lor-iap ti loetntion of I '. Z ma c ofGa I 0 S
or is talk- olicials 's also be;ur overworked-. "Story of at lHi r Lover." lie tells a half of the south west quarter, the south plants, ore lans, railroad and sateamship Ar .M. Ir A. M. Au r M iLv A J[. w. r. N
When our Senlatots and story of a kingfisher who* was shot, east quarter of section nine; thle north lines, alnd gives official stateinent-. of
men are "iin Vashington attendii r pm rt tpae lhitlight, apparently tunhurt, west quarter of tne south west quarter of earnings, distribution of capital, diviso L. ARAHARR, ele tet.
en are "i Washingtono 0 ft, the dropped dead. section.fourtee; tie northh west quarter of securities, incorporation certificate. fil
wded this to their btisiness" they ire doing Still, when the Iy was examined of te noth west quarer the south half text o yws, contete loregal igest of .1 HILL Agent
culldidates 1o moiure than is their duty, and n a there was no markl of a wound upon It, west half of the south west quarter of tober, s9).-
lere, anll, more than l the are getting well Which gau rise to the possibility that section seventeen; all of section eighteen; rint'. $5 s NI:T, TO AC'tOt( .N% AU' N A '
n wilh bird cold lie frightened to the east half, the east half of the north i onRD
t for each paid for. And wihen their oppo .,,Htt. I have so,.on the samn thing west quarter, the north west latarter of I FOR S.1, -ONL V Bn'
as llt least ienIts rure "il; Floridn Imhuitiing happtin may times since," continues the north west quarter, the east half ofi TO TA Ai
votes" they are Inot tLon al t-.- the story. "I know now tho renson for the south west quarter of section ie- DOW JONE & CO.,E A
uvs olimdes t theyareot on n title. A single shot striking un bird in teen, the west half of the north west 44 Broad St., New York.
gititinate business. and they are not light, penetrutling the thin side of his quarter, the west half of the south west
should put getting pay for it, either. Sutrel. body) and entering hle ltngs, makes a quarter of section twenty; the nmort half Tihe oldest News Ageimcy of W'all Street FO R LL.K E RT-HL' PO INTS.
i v s l et lvery nll holennd no externalhereo of the north east quarter; tIme south east sud'tPblishers of The Wall Street Jourunl
1. puiblishl- sane voters will not expect tihe- can l, d n o tort or- quarter of the north east quarter, the INVEISTORS RI. TIHE Via
rhige enistes. 'T'ere I little or no northwest quarter oV thme north west qaiIlr- h)itpout Ltlpoiat
Shis ex- didates to follow the ol hol shock o the bird. I fancy lie hardly ter the orb west quarter of south east W all Street Journal h or or
nmefit altl to their places of businessss" nuir feels paln, but presently tie internal quarter of section twenty-two; the west l Jacksonvtlle Jacksonvill
who i will sa voters tkho c I lie morrlhnagpe from t lie great blood yes- half of the north west quarter; the nor lthl ...e.ahs to v q i d Vi
who do will sane voters think less of cnuLd,- ,a r bt hue beon severed nakes hlm west quarter of the south west quate r of | nd Y0our Ltinndrt t0 0 tVia W e vi
dales for being "in Florida hillu suddenly uncotiselous, and in a moment section twentyv-three; the north east quar- P. & O. A D iof or
illg votes. he Is deand. The time, however, between ter; the south west quarter of section SiTeaniship Jav N and
e oasts the p ring f th shot and twenty-sev en the north east quarterof Line Montgomery
lime Imast.teotern attanitorrmago Ish sufholemt adto ai- the aouth east quarter, the south west IJ el L u d
d-tsouth west quarter of sectioniatwertte Rapid Transit and surpassedd Service.
Srucentlv Since Mr. Bryan is having s, w the anilto travel a very consd- rhwet late ct tent Rapid Transit and surpassed erVce
li much trouble about that $8o0,00 erable distance seemingly uninjured." eight; the north west quarter, the south Ti Le Table in u.ffect May 24, 1903.
in, G mines- willed to him by a millionaire a I ha of sctioni twenty-nine, the east half; -
iThe m lo. a The Jaw. the east half of the northwest quarterr ; J. Runkle, Proprietor, Iepart For GAIN LEA-r.e
nts findsis mirer, the editor of THa STAR ha-< A human struck with any degree of the miorth east quarter of the south wast --- Arrive Prom
et. decided that if aniiy one admits force upon the mental area of the jaw, quarter; the south west quarter of the CAINESVILI.R FIA :4 1i i igh Springs and
- worth, h would altogh he inny be l perfect physical south west quarter of section thirty; the I. i m a i nter-
hiar a t 0.a Worthhe condition, latantly collapses and falls east half, the north west quarter of lie ....... te Det
ntr ll at k-ast a large slice of the amount to the ground. uhe attitude assumed all of section thirty-two; thi thy-onf aily I-n nd
le is one ot before the admirer goes hence. recovery, which may be Instantane- of the north east quarter, the west half, :lai' N o'lathka to iant -Jta o4 7-
se of thenllm ous or delayed !omtoe minutes, Is most the north west quarter of the south east North. ast and
ieorf ,eii -u .n' oey elbaractertltic. lie squirms about. quarter, the south half of the south east 11 40 a il High SpriigWe ayrossSav 'S
for United "Gover nor Jemiigs' modesty,t" i hse head and rolls his eyes In an quarter of section thirty-three; the east lDilyAayro Savannah Brunswick, 110
cast -their says nn exchange, "is suiblinmr. I attempt to locate himself. He tries to half of the north west quarter; the soutl .p u tointa North, asat -Wet Daiy
Stockton., During nn east coast carimlitl on n t om his side and elbow; he endea- west quarter if the north west quarter; lv Rohelle Micanopy qd Ctr
ebIences storise Tpou bin hamad.said knees.the north half of the south west quarter The STAR is $1 a 3:-:50 a nt ,
week he stood before his audiences, I It he "911 1f1 t18stagerslikeaDy of sction tirty-fou in towns hD aily
south of range sixteen east. The south- I e I odayHighSpring
have sent and Uithout batting "an eye. so ilrunken maia, shd sabould he ptoeed to east quarter of the southl east qaex-ter,
rising mat- emlnly. alerted that it was all a Vop hostilhen s l he Is usually prQmpt- the south east quarter of the south west High-- r n e My
r renders, mltake to give credit for the ol- y "lit omut" by hia adversal-. The quarter of section thirty-two. in townshipI pal rai o h tcabe lnage Ticketas, roor d onale by "he p n -
readers, t mistake t give credit for tie col- blow i pametleUli' never ftal: the ten south of rage seventeen east. r P rarlways in thle southern ts good over .1
lat they lacton ofthe Florida's India ar art' a i dy Lots ne, eight, nine, teL Eagst of tL.n also via At c C t and or Tampa New ork. via A1 Line;
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sTrOCKTON AT DEFLJNIAK. United Stales Senators Deoew, 'IA$TCRIS' A LB. toI[I. iR1Sinith, mill corilsiIfidilW ('111 1 ESTABLiB.SO19T
.. .. .. ... .,, ,, byvirtuO .of a decree of a v i i sili, lv i. .
U The 6i'DeFtuliak cor- Plait atd Stwar ll copar e foeclosU m Portgage na4e an ren-0Inid twenty-c liiircilH
respondent, speaking of Hon. Jno. old wen have more or less rec it dered on th 29th da .. .Octoler, A. D.,, a or or less.i i I
ap .c. .. .r,,,,yo u.b ' ra b le .. .T. W ill&, .1.u of T o er w ith n l n n. singular tile '
rietor. N. C. Stockton's speech at that married young wives. As far a .t circuit Cort, of the Eighth Julicil tenements hereditnsieint aind iluapprniri t.
place on Nov. i, snid: these three are concerned, it can Circuit.of Plorida, in and for Alacltua lnees thereunto belpoigiii.t or in, any wi.c l I O t to n 1) ptartm II ,1 PLt
nevlle, "He devoted st of hi e to not be said that old melook county, in a case there pendig n the ppertsaiing, and the reverition : re-
nHe od o is time ~ not sai d men loo upo Chancery side of said court, wherein versions, remiainder utd runuul,' .
er Act of the Louisville aiind Nashville Rail- marriage as a failure. Fannie T. Porter, is Complainant, and rents. issues and profits thert-of. .
road. l Mttle L. Smith, in her own right, and Said pr perty levied upon ,ild to Ibe
road. The fif rr wh lft as Administratirl of and for the estate of sold as the property of the Nl f n- r.I. ki P i \
Friday, 'The Railroad Commisson h T he fifty-six egroes who le R. smith, deceased, Charles D. plants to satisfy atly T LY -St.ii uC Lt, i. e
said, had ordered a 1-cent-a-mile Irwin county, Ga., last February Haines, Elmer T. Haines, Charles C. and costs; sterns cai,. In S ed or Lint, Large or Small Quan le.
aid, had ordered a cent-a-le rhe .odewlck, Lida Haines, and Frank Rice Tlii 3r .I diay of November. A. 1). i. or
passenger rate to go into effect for Monrovia, Liberia, says th are Defendants, wherein I was appointed re e f R of is
Jacksonville Metropolis, are hav- -as a Special Master in Chancery to exe- Special Master in Clhiuce,-r. Adv;inces 1iniade. W arelone ff i
s. May 1, 1003, on the company cute saiddecree, I will sell at public out -- ---
lines in Florida. For the purpose ing a hard time of it. Twenty cry, before the Court Hous4i door, in the r llle by letter or wire. Corresp,,,odetcc solicited.
of defeating this order the compa- have died from sickness and want City of Gainesville, in Alachua County,
,*5 ce*ts h,. tFlorida,on Monday, the 7th day of uy's first vice-president, W. D. of food Thirty-six still remaiu in cetbe., A. D. i9o3, being legal sale day, e
.s priced Hines, 1d, on April 27,1903, ob- a sickly and destitute condition. between the legal hours ofstte alethe fl- iHOMAS, -- ESTABLISHED 188
tained fronm Judge Pardee, of At- For the lack of hoes they were ing anti being in the Coubty or Alachua, A rr tI. 1 THE ALACHUA COUNTY ASTRAT COMPAN,
lata, a restrainitg order, in order all put in a house of two rooms, in the State of Florida, and particularly .ainesville, Flor
lata, a restraining order, in order know, distinguished and diescribLd as ':ainsvile, I l,.rla. (aintesill, Florida.
)rtsmen to secure which he had sworn that where they died. one after theother. tollow, to-wit: Opposite IBrown, lo.. The queston of titl rst cons lenio for the inesor
killing the total actual minimum value of Mstakes are as liable to be made south west quarter, the south east rter No bstrct Title cu oun
of the south west quarter, cante the west ...............
the company's property in Floridu. by honest and competent officials, a half f the south east quarter section; TAXES RETURNED AND PAID. A uine give prompt and areul
ere isa was $5,169,063.37, and if a rneduc accidents are to happen in the pro- all of section two; the east Ialf of the CIIRISTOPHFERNI MAl'Tli.:I. *N,
tion of from 4 cents to 3 cen northeast quarter; the east ialf of the B. R COLSON, Manager.
wayto verbal "best regulated families" south east quarter of section five; the east .vr'roNtI'v AT ..,
s. mile was made it. would reduce the so if our Honorable Board of Conn- half of the north east quarter; the south i tr 1 .. t.:9 t99
revenue $21,88245 per annum. s oif iH ora nia a Biali west quarter of the north east quarter; taint.sville, ._ .. -.- -....
revenue 21,882.45 per ann ty Couisioners mae a mistake north west quarter of the north west Ofie i Miller', s v t
lle this "The attorneys for the Railroad in the selection of land on which quarter; the south east quarter of the ir s l.v .
cted of Coimmission, however, in applying to conduct a "poor farm," that i north west quarter; ofthe east half of the
e. tolhave therestraitng orler dissolv- to conduct a "poor fari," that Is south east quarter of section eight; the HAIR (IROWtR.
re. to have te restraining orderdissov no reason why the board should east half; the south half of the north west lrookl, n, N. V. April 2.,,
ed, had produced affidavits from give up in despair. Let another on telve; thwest no quarthalf; tof souh r. S. I. (i ldings,I i
uing to Vice-President Hines, in which he trial ie made. A poor fri oil west quarter; the north half of the south Dear Sir:--Will you inlly mfor. c Scedille effective June 28, 1903.
er that swore on February 28. 1903, when w l east quarter; the south west qtuarler of by return mail if you cani t,.l, v.>,i ,'
er that swore on February 28, i1908, wfor taxes good land, and well managed, wold the south east quarter of section thirteen; hottle ,fil[,,ir ii(roer tile Iitp. >ttill'.i ..
enter of he was making a retun for taxes, be a good thing for Alachua county. all of section fourteen;, all of section fi (Trade Mark) an i I ill 55 S TIIF:RN DIVISION. 54 I 34 I 66
that the full value of this same teen; the north east quarter of the north ora te fMark e same Pleant iirs ,l I- el Ja cksonvillie Ar 5oa 7 5 op
,, v ,<- ., east quarter; the south east quarter of a postal note for the sanne llea1se nforn 3 U i a alduill ... r o 52a 6 3oa 4 o
property was only $1,310.004. In today's STAR will be fouid the south east quarter of section even- me the ainount of postage if tt can Ih n t 10 *] 1 .alo... 8 2ao 4 o4a 2 5o
imetimes *In other words," said Mr. Stock- "Dates for Speaking" by Hou. teen; the east half of the north iast mailed. 12 01), 5 .>b Ar I GAlNESVIL"! Lv 7 53a 1 3
tood of .i th sot ea quarter of section twenty; the east half it th wimer 4 ,- 3 n v
good of to, "when the company was try- Win. N. Sheats, State Superititen- athe south east quarter of the south west en in Florial tit winter f 5 3bp I. ar Key 5 5 .......
the most ing tp defraud the State out of It dent of Public Instruction and a quarter of section twenty-one- all of sec- and '9S I used five ,rttle of Ute te- 7 55P A- silver Springsey Lv 5 12 52.....
tIon twenty-two; all of section twenty five cent si/e anil I)rodiice(I a tn> just payment ol taxes, its first vice candidate for re-election. At the three; all of section twenty-four; all of of hair where it hlil been, eiCir.-I i:,hl : wildwoo .. 12 23a 561,
at some president had sworn that the road solicitation of friends Mr. Seats section twenty five; all of section twenty orfiow on Orla p 25
six; all of section twenty seven; the north for fifteen years. a0nd now I ottl. I I ,t : t( 2 7 1. ..r oop
ell-bead, was worth only $1,310,004, but has decided to canvass Alachua east quarter, the south east quarter of the try it once more if I can get it. I .IP t : la aile City . 9 23p 0 T.
onous as one day less than two months after county during November. He ad- south west quarter; the north east quar- Your. truly. 5 3 alit it'oy . 4 4P 7 4
o IIOUS as ter of the south east quarter, tile soutli 7 --'T 1 2- W .. .Plmhetto .4 P 4
that, -when it was trying to prevent vertises nine speeches and invites half of the south easr quarter of section 59 Hicks St. J. 7 t 16, Manatee. 3 5ooa 7 o7
the enforcement of a 3 cent rate, his opponent" to meet him on tlie twenty-eight; the torth half of the Cotyof Alorchi, 17 3') ArI Taait. v oop 8 o-..
>ublic to the same official had sworn that it stituip. His first gun will be fired east quarter, the south west quarter of City of Gainesvilte. NOR l ND %AST 34 66
his son, was worth $56,169,063.27. This, at Waldo, Nov. 18, and the series the north east quarter, the east half of Pirsonally appeared i-,.-foe lt-e t-l. N)RTii .\Na .AS'l 4 66 WS l & NEW ORLEAN- 56 3 5
,'~~~~~ ',,. the i'orth west quarter; the south east scriber, a Notr Pubc t l i r the 4a P Iv Jaksoville ..... 3 4p 9
mug man said Mr. Stockton, constituted a of addresses advertised will close quarter of the south ea-t quarter of sec- State of Florida, at large, L I. (ilgi IAr in 9 op Ar Lake City . .. 7 5ap I 25
case of perjury, which, in the case with one at Lake Butler on Nov. 28. non thirty-three, the north half of h euly sworley ute pose t il, Ar Ferunautick 12 u 5 p 9 o Ar Lake . 5p t 4oa
of a poor man before a Federal __ north east quarter; the south west quarter says that the above tetiiil -. 5t r Brutikik i 2 t i.,1 35P Ar Live Oak ...... .735P l o41
T ribu m e 'od an e oT he O sceola cou mty poor far h n rt east quarter, the west tlf to hhn by ani il by J w Ilavnes, a ti tu Ar tli va t aita .I. I 1op 1a5 Ar M adisou -. .- -.-7 55P ii 58 1
of a poor an before a federal l r far of the north east quarter, the west half to nm lie ha never seen or heard Ar airfax 3 09p I .14a Ar Monticello 9 op 3 p
ibune judge, would have surely been the sthe south east quarter of section thirty- r leaark..... 3 57P 2 20a Ar Tallahassee -. g 4
Booker occasion for that man' s seutemce to says the Macaleauy Standard, "is four; all of section thirty-five; all of sec- also that lie had no kowledge tie Ar oluienmar..... 5 P 3 55 Ar Qulhcy .- 4- 7P
oOt oaon for that aly a self sustaiig institu- n' s sentence to tion thirty-six, in township nine south of nUan ever having uqer or procure A ir lCatnta .... 7 op 5 54a Ar Rver Juictioi .--5 o5
appronotonly self sustaining isttu-range fifteen east. Th e east half of the L aralleled I lair Growet auola as Ar Can 7 4P 5 54 Ar Ri ncon .. o
Int, the penitentiary. tion, but actually ttirns money into north west quarter, the south west quar- he now io one had ltientl hlito Ar iminlet.... ..... 9 55P 8 o 5a Ar Pesaola . 5
Who ca wonder at e corpor h conty treasury. It is a model ter of section seven; the south half n;ceived a hin for sending it. r southern in Sp 9 36a Ar New Orleans .
propriate atious which are determined not to farm, and nearly all the supplies west half; the west half of the southwee rtoof oa ansulsciedbefore e th. Ar Ralegh .... 53 15a Lv Jacksonville-- .. 8
the seel pay their .just proportions of th- tsed thereon are grow by the east quarter; the south east quarter of 12th day of November, A. i Ar Portsmouth..... oa 5 5P Ar Macon *-. 3
st "e" in taxes, unless forced to do so, wil, ieneficiarqes who find a home there; tllsouth east quarter of sete on eigh tee o J. MAT. r Ar i i\ u S ington ....1p talooga .. -.... 2 o5P
e an 'a spend fabtlotu sums of money t esdes there is a splendid orange the north east quarter, the west half; the Nry Public for t ae It Ar tilephia.. 36p 25 t ouis ...... .........
wd et half of the south east quarter; thte at large .\ Ar Newtilt Vokphia..4........n 36p 3oa 502 Stheois------------------7agoS
defeat a bnan who nus the courage, grove on the place that will yield south east quarter of the south east qur- Ar New .ork 45p 6 3oa Chicago .- -9 5
to expose such criminality as thi 4,000 boxes of fruit this season, ter of section twenty; the west half of Connections for I'uianetto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
ieets ob- above disclhis.-s? And who will de. Every cuuinty in tlhe State could the south west quarter; the south east r bitrae eir l quarter of the south west quarter of see- ..__: I'rait No. Seabloarnl Exspress, drawing room 'ullman sleepers between
nan who ny that such cxposers of perjure.. obliterate their pauper list, if te on twenty-oe; te south west quarter ,, Jackoville New ork, via Rchmond and aington Vebule
e ma corporation officials s Mr. S county commiss ers would o- of the south west quarter of section i ay coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
o tle maii corporation oicials a r. SLo.-ow ot te O-,ceola plaun. All twenty-eight; the north east quarter of N r I- ca.ersiee fronm Jacksonville.
the man ton is, are the kind of ineii wve iie I comities-co.-ld not have an orange the north east quarter; the south half of a No. 66, -enboard Mail, lday coaches, mail, baggae and exprse cas between
illn the United States Senate? gluvc, itit t.thre are other things tre east qa t the ws .lacksonvile d Washington, atnd drawing room Puimau tleepers between Jack-
By the lmhly efforts of J. M. tlhat colid ble ts nine; all of section thirty; all of section No. 55 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
of H-igh Harm.the would-be un taxpayi g. Odd is.thirty-one; all of section thirty-two; the utin-,liate i,,>ints, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
risman of corporations of J-tcksoniville hav. hl lua. beings the two ers fro- ship nine so. o th a agesixteen east. No and 57. 1llman sleeper I between New Orleans ad Jacsonville.
to take e forced to greatly icr tio nlently do not match, though, as both The south ca L quarter of thle north ea t s,,h ave ort T pa undays Tue
f tat bee fl orcedtogreatly increbtit I MitttlOt1 b)e properly soeit llt lhi- 1 same quarter, Ilhe west hall of the north west MI^lCl0., Ast Geta. P A a la.
fur TiE anotnt of other contributions ti. ,ln,. this deuct usuinly eutis oiur quarter; the south half of section one; nill .n C C0_l1llI.icket AgenG Jcksoillesie.
the tax fund, and on lhis ihad ha ,tlilo. The san thing ia true to some of section two; the north east quarter;
exttn'It of aionike'ys and l|uinhdIrui)les, the east iulf of the south east quarter of I
is not a been brought down tlIe curse.o 0' ,owls have one ear directed up- section three; tIhe east nalf; the north ---
the corporationintgiais.ward dtheotheardovwas hhlhalf of the tmorth west quarter; the south
our good thecorporation m ,ate.sxio wato nl d ttheast quatrtet ofo the orth west quarter of G ainesville & G ulf R'w 'y C o
Ve passed i T.he corporatioils are axioi 1 ntltloa tilbe to litoar both above nti section eleven; all of sectiou twelve; the j nesv u w
defeatLctm fl -irr, ad hu- below as they fly. uortli hialf of thle north west quIarter; the We'll SIhow on
the work defeat ockton and Barrs., and the Taking those word "ear" In a broader north east qtmarter; lthe south west quar- Sote very pretty fram- if youl ,.nly Time Table in Effect July 5, 1903.
fast. toiling in ses who piy more tlhlai seaos, there are some animals which ter of the north west quarter, the nurtha c in Ti eia be i f tJ y513
their jnst propQrtion of tI ae possess two kinds of these organs. A west quarter of the south west quarter; coie i an' give uu a cluiie .
eir just proportion o a ls, for examnplo, has a pair ef ears the east half of tihe sonih cast quarter of We like to suho. our line ,>fI,,I,, t o t es
from the should see to it that thely are butllimtdded in ittt bond, and also a pe- section thliiteeni; tise north east qttarten tuiling. anil picintres. \Ve like to u1ke i,1 No. I | No ~ No. No.. e. &.
e winter sent to W .isliinglton. cull ttr streak--the lateral olne--running the north east tartrter of section fotir- art frimres to ntelh or rat pittres.t, cet ltail S rA oNs.S Dally. Dally.
line--running teem,: thIm morLm eas, t ,marter of e itorth ...... B' asu7..
ises are .- dow-is tll t, sie ofr tho body. which east quarter, the nort east qiuater of the Wc wtlttl like to etil;rg- yotr IJtue int u
rs should OVPERWORKED BXPRU IONS. tpiirp to perforoi om of the mun-- north west quarter of section twenty 'uir, asvty site ath1 grah fro- m a rty.tot o 1r u tii t .. ...
rtSsoumldh OVERWORKED 8XPRESSION3. to o ieartuig, as it It concerned ii township ten, south of range fifteen utl Lv p M. iv I, t.v ', M Ar l. M. Ar A. *. Ar*N,
ild .Oime "Our business Sena-or" aid ''"1 e with the detoction of movements In the east. The west half of the north west Our stock (fTets the lbest y u could l Irvnli--ld-Ar ... .-B
jes' laffs' are two expression th.1 mtlrrtmiumdling water. quarter, the west. half of time south west P t r ttn.r t C Daagarvan- ...... .. ......|-.. -.- -
jes lS to" are two expressions oent ls which project from quarter, the south cast quarter of he have. W. P. <..uo '.r Ar Co o' ..S i ..
were quite cnllltOil a few Iotitlst i theo hend of nn llsect are almost cer- south west quarter of section four- the Studtis an ail 1i2, Miller I.a Iuxchinge, a t1 .. .
Jak Daily ago, but we hardly ever see them tainly auditory organs, and whent these north half. the north hmalf of the ai IvIt-, I-la. ak u .... .oo .....
'esem oe in print n ow-a-days. Tie express r pplnented b e of nothe south east v artery the sout etEEP POSTED As. lcaBOUTopy ..
i t c. m --d'. e xlres kmd we can say tht the ears are not section five; the notth east qumar--- .--yen 5..............
:ov to be- silos were immuich overworked btc all alike,h ter; the north east quarter of the ...... Waenha -.
iConlgres. zealous friends of certain ctdll- Grasehoppers and locusts have extra north west quarter, the south half of -U te -- Ir Rocky o-I
ail will be dates, hot it did iore lri a ears him their logs, nnd tho common the north west quarter, the south half lit t., n t' I ....Gallesville ', '" '"
dates, who it d more on an ioue fly has a pilr of little club shnped of section six; the west half of the ,tortlh ori ". '" 7 4Ar
good. And now the "in.Washing proJeeuions behind tho wings (bal. east quarter, the north west quarter amu !Orpo ration. 12m B r. 7a *.I Vyri l
e or les total attending to his business wlil neers) which probably help It to hear. the south alf of se tioi seven; the a ..-) l 7 2 .... Gratams... 12 t 5 S
So i, si opponents n.-e in Florida bui -str tor half of section eight, the west hlualf of h e of tatstics s, le i, the m ) cvR &. W 0
I i rrtniLd- ig votes," as the expression i Odd Desth of a Bilred, quarter of the north east smarter. the Ielse isthe ahnu e t ont t of information |... I-p Tallahasee. 5 A. 1. 2 45' s5 ''". .

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