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:
May 3, 1904
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
29.665245 x -82.336097


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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le- lani no b aiott e IHis Lasti move a .
fra mti ( l ,Lt.i a111-.t ti, I..Llt: 11 l- o iii iiitll
alitiv \,ji %-a-. Ialitied ltim lh a repre-
stltitlive ,,f the loarihl:a I'a-at .Caat
R iiroNid l Ii. --nt Ca) paratii l It Ciian 4t.i
b jpre-.In for aliin ia liuri la. Ilaate his rettri I
thia k I -ce their ievti for him in Il,-
c Th'rt a:.!I .I time w elln I las k
at...a. lull .1. i.a. a.a.. at ... --1- LrItat al -

,w.i. ilti thle 1m1ni1101 people, but lie is
oll Ihe other sidr- now,. for the corplor.
'ONE OF THE COM.MO10 PEOPLE' at os oa laim ia hody al
1 Sa sNlll
I) 1 S P,)K G.)VI'.HNU ,K.
Candidates Tallaferro, Clark The acol attions realizing they l1r1
i Areatl need f and Davis Analyzed "'-Our Itsoi" to agree to leave congress ai d
War.linsgl. at f.5,, a, sn i;try to raim for this office tha.
INs laItl $3.51 3 a year. Mr. Davis tcoila
To the Dfemiocjrattlc Voters of tinhe State: proibahli have lbeen a congressman all his
I d1o not believe iltare is a deep Ihllk l fe at a salary of $5,ooo per anuum., I-'.
ing manII among you w'li il Ip --te'I on if he is .-ecteal be can be governor bita
preseitt political conlditions. will ala-isv four '-cars ald .it a salary of $3.5o0-. If
the fact that a sisuper lhumaniaa elfTrt is Ie-- ),oi we-re ta aoitagreUasuail getting $5 00)j a

ing inalk- by the corporalion., tlo selIetllu
the absolute control oif the political situ-
alion aind forces in lIlorida
No sane iltai call deny that the Ti-n'ii-
Union is the mouthl piece of those eit
deavoring to secure the control, c-itner
,cat they deny the fact that this publicn-l
tion Is controlled by a millionaire Repub-
lican acorporationistof the deepest d(Ie.
A nman with tnillions can always secure
the services of others to do his hiddinig -
in the legislature as well as in polit:c..
Upon reflection we find thib to be true ian
this campaign, for the representatives of
corporations seem to have secured cotn-
trol of the political policy of some to or
ia papers -scattered throughout lie
State It would appear as if those pa-
pers were bought up and their editors
and managers thrown in for good meas-
ure. Some of the editors anld managers
of these apparently subsidized papers
once were lined up with the "Coutnaont
People," but for a mess of pottage lihae
betrayed their party principle.., hi adlvo-
cating the election of protnounced cCOl1op
ration candidates.
Before this campaign opetnIcl tahe .rp.-
ration representatives had a "confidtiklti al
meeting" and agreed oiln ttna for thei- alf
ferent positions who woull ii-...r -in
their interests in Washington a.'tiI itn 1a -.
lahassmee. As sio| as this was ag ec I
upon trades atna deal wer.- Iial' loo'.iaag
toward securing the services of as nrn ia
prominent papers as pobstihle -calteraT I
over the State. W\hcn Ilah wa.Ns toiiiphli
ed "general orders" w-re it-s.t-,t
to say and what nut to sai ; l to loHIa
cate and who not to advocate I'retl-It-nl
conferences in Jacksonaville were lttIa aiil
plans arranged as the c.Aipl):igtn lpr"-
It to said theree asire triclI iii a
trades" but I want to tell ionl tIlt-ir re
more corrupt and contemtptileta tricl.- ill
the "political trade" thaian in itly other,
as is evidenced by lhe fact itl'-t,
corporation sheets fitl 11tutlng lioo lt-a.
contemptible and sneak iig to publi-i in
opposition to the cauidacy of tlh oe Opl,)a-
Ing them. It is a well known faic tliat
these corporation papers wilfully misrep-
resent other candidates and conditotoi?,
in their attempts to prejudice the people.
As evidence that there is concerte-. ac-
tion, and an attempt being made to elect
certain corporation candidates, read those
"o or tl papers credited as being subsi-
dized and you will find every one of thetmn
are supporting the identical corporation
candidates for National and State offices,
vi3a Taliaferro for senator, Clark for
congress, and Davis for governor. WValnt
more evidence does a fair minded nianl
want to.prove a combipatiotn!
Now, lets analyze these candidates an1d
see if there is any corporations inll tiiem
and how much.
Perhaps a very good mai in sonte re-
apeeta, but he is undoubtedly a tool of
the corporations jr the corporation pa-
pers would not support him. He is a
large stock holder in at least one corpora-
tion--a member of the Wholesale <;ro-
cers Aapociation of Jacksonville, Floridla.
What is the prime object of this associa
tion? To keep up prices on the necessi-
ties of life--o things which the people of
lbs taie consume. Its members meet
once lech-week and fix the prices to be
charged for goods sold the next week.
It isa .toorioust tact that but few men or
fAtrlla a engage in the wholesale gro-
pay JMbiudSai in Jacksonville and succeed
unlem. they jon thi association:
4 Imeiabpr of a firnn belonging to thibis
association told me last year that their"
profits hd increased from 2o to 40 per
9et iaile the perfection of the organ-
Iiation, asd that "big dividends' were
bell declared for all members of the
salalghpiso where thee formerly re-
eelM a 's Urowoname per cent on their
ha- mioiw Any one can understand

0t ft'pi5 la isatioou real live

0hS_".e f ae. the principal planks

wtdo t seMator a man who
pjlsafIctlng with the

pi'^isly alled with the

.:! apy @in
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)tyr aitin ma.kitag about as muich more

practicing law, wottilaIl on accept a posl-
lion goa)< I foar lutr years rival, at a atl.ry
of f3,5o, at ndi not lie permtittel tlo prac-
tice lanw, tuiles- tIlere w as iiurent need
for yo)u( to serve your ft rit-il i ail other
good and vu lultlle coitsideiation-s were
included? t
It is a well know fact that lthe rail-
roads are figuring oil securing front this
State millions of acres of latd to witch


TOC KTON AND He Explains the Nature of the Ponltion I C lentlun Denounce Charges Announcemnts tsuder te alove h ead
He holds. Agalnast Sam Weenges. of reasonable length, will ie liuiblished in
BROW ARD HERSE Wi h%,tr ,,l- kVI l l ..-rtIllv iie te ft tht the t g each and ev is t Twt-A.
,H E Iiiiit .I a.:t,-4K STAllS fron no0w Ut" riti toe canta-
l-t pr eI!xpl.tntitiion I 'ltu nec'' ot inl t lttal ntpiiK ", nl tht hie has lunig is over tfo; $ for each announire-
prilt, ntr Ihadl mily relttiv,% to ,1 -IoA hiur- n,'llt fit t, I breath hi t fot bieatli 1111it tn imenl Til K CASH must accotmpanly the
in ig s tlhi atpa ign,1a n1 t is k nlv iitn l- i- ouniie l nll'allaitl Coinfe erate soier illn opy f,r each announcementt. Am unctr e-
Sp tke to I'ut usiastic Ilearers' ie o m i a ak the ,o., gtet,.,ronical, I' fnee I I i "'ll at tisparice m uust not contain l
S rd r i The positlol tI I oll n, a. ) knaN l tI to e- e1 t t al i W ge't l l It. now tlii ltite ioWr li a n si nat Vre.ludi
t iir i \lii rili g Tit. j if l 1t a ta a,- t ia at a ir l Modia Figitattire.
r M Mo i eatiarely ut the alisp"r.ial of the Ifhe ,.,il -f clerk of ltl i- ircant .ot-rt s ,i itt thile
-littenllal liilproveniwei tst. 'hisal tall tl.> f tita ii 11111r t ita g ngillati il'n ila li te oeitrs Clerk Circuit Court
testified tlu ly Mr. lic.ard elf Iertrna nliina sdti le- .l I aual ,, Ittint ul nt.i tl ,ith ta l ,, T ih I ),t i t -Oral.- of Alachua County:
C AN.D)ll)\ E MADE VOT ES Bert M. -\otidalta of i'alatku and Cap1. uitncleattt ntlu lsa,,. fi thi .r itne .-n | As \.he Siait, I.,Kecitilve CoUmmittee
S. C. Tucker, all of whomt held tlie satte Liave attarklel l it italr .l t .1 thlie ntit of May for holding
place. Tile last tiasiedt gentletaintia hi ad Six v-eAr. aljgo Suni \\'il.ain ,11111I l t i l. 0t l | I'rt"tat a |l'ttIhtI, I lieleby announce
Nearly All Present Voter-- nmy opponent ctnplhel a deputy Olave Speakers a Regular the tiee that GIovrrinor Mitcihell was c ngeltial i'liar kioA haiti ha- tis lt.a I aaatht. tant I I I,,,t t not only thea vote,
electe-', atnal ill order ito ciaPrlI out Iot a iia, oni lll|lrtie e lal it a i tatil alastti -t al I nt il sait.ta,, i l i tv t rietnld to sectire
O ovation. promise If 1 11aa e-olit i liti al ax.iiiiiiiitatioi t froitiat Icoltol ii attly slhaipe Vet wtlliin l II lth., a 1 If -I-f le t, I promise to
.t1i pe f t,1Il l irii ,tti (if thile office faitlhfully
I'11r.aiant to prreoustiisiauoiacentielalt inl hadl the -office of clrkship alolisied the tlast few dsit a maan ihas besei faunlf t and fhlly I mI ake aro1ntie knowing
the ctltv paiiers.,I I' m 1no. N. C. Stock.- Witt lire -tl another go\erntir call ido, wlho iis st loat to sltamie, so morally de- thorougiIly ltilt i il, ties are. They
ao0., aai.lltlate for the I 'mteI salatesa titl \s- art now ready for a new adualiin. biaaeil, MI attlrly ainuacquaiinted wiltl truth have already rly been fYenarl sy exlwrlences,
Senate, amid o11a. N. II. Itrowardl, aldi l-a-.tratiol in natny delartil enit.- of as to hnvy iliatl itan la the past two years aay considertlha ai t Ileal tultratic vg other
date for (Govermnr, the votes 'ovetrinmetii. I ask any fAir iiinuleal lie saw St Viengaeaae drutnk. iis name selection.
.it the colaat lioa .e, iin li-l city, l t SatMir- as 1a alho it is that would prefer ali untcer.- s I). T. Tanunell of 'te-ttoii Respectfully,
day imorniing, -begimlingii ome iiiiiinii es tain1 uail leSi irenlLnerative place to anle Iet little children i lenain anl tlee SiAMUS II. i'. 3lNC.Ita.
aftcr to o'clock. 'The other c;ai liadrats guinritimeed for fotr year Surely if olne when they meet him; let maiiani turn Clerk CireOut Court.
far Setatte a (kovero i i l ld r site ilaIite to .uttlti a iua has place would be in the from lhis pieennce, ao ni l iaao e-st iitrn ixiint ,.-llow l eumt,'crats of Alachua counts a
lbe prt.% nt anil ree|iat tlleir claiitin l Int asyliima for tile insane. I have, as every- the finger of m iorn alit hinii. Aui I call I herchy atltnnoinel myself a candidate
none of thenii wetre prtselta, so ,:-tarckton one knows, made two fruitless attempts upon all lionest, fair-.nindel i tll Iio tn alu Clerk of tlhe Circuit Court of Alachus
and Itrowurld ha lit all to theiuselves, aaid for this county clerkship, enteriitg the ine in relegaRlintg these foul dlit lho ithe i county, sutiject to yoaar action lta the
spoke a little more than ha lIour eatct. race at a time when no speck of hope rottenties ttupunt whlitl they live. Ietiot-rafcll Irittary. I solicit the sup.
"taa t af all I pelaamacraats, itttd if I ant elacaed
Attorney W' S. Broomie acted s tita-ster was visible i Onil the political horirou, Ii. C. I)HN ION. l prer,ii.e to disc urge the atiltles of ltle
of cerettoities, atlnd his introduction of tIhe stiffering defeat. Four years ago I ran olitAt to the very hbet of mny ablhtll.
s-peaiks was preceded by heantliftil aiinl again, ali it was this race that now places Vote for the Following Respectftily, J.
i.. t .. i .. .. .i I t a. Ia. ... MAX KV I ll I..

thaeay aare not .',stt enti. titi, all u ial. tl)IiaPl rlt l" 1e a l .a resse w l i a. t e e-
they will not stcure if an anti-corpor- feet of inlteniiif'ing the people's desire to
action mitan is elected governor. Watch' hear ithe speakers.
Mr. Davis is a great lawyer-curpor- Thn crowd was the largest that has ap-
ationl lawyer. Neither lie nor his Irie-rml peared here 1t hear any oilier forenoona
deny this. Now, will he deny that he speaker's during the campaign, and the
rides <-It free passes? If he receives those hieauty of it was that nearly all lpretsent
passes without money, are the railroads were registered voters and represenltalive
not expecting some service for tlhmt? citizens from various sections of tIhe
Well, we should think so county.
Niow, fellow citizens, we have opposi la The few Taliaferro and Davis meit who
these "three friends- of corpor were present were evidently disappointed
atiou s" the "three friends of the peo- because the speakers did not abuse their
pie" Stockton, Barrs and Browaid. opponents. Even when Mr. Stockton
Tney are not without some falls. No was showing up Joe Stripling whom the
anan is, but they do represent thie coI- Taliaferro forces are quoting against
mano.l people-the people not allied with Stocktoni and Harra, he was cool atild
corporations. II 0ou read the ul.sil- pleasant le made ovt- of thile utost bus-
dliced press-Ute corporation tools you iitcss li k e speeches set delivered in this
cana readily ulnderstaiid the ohll sa.-yin city, and showed that he was himself "undiI the best apple trees are good timber for a "business Senator."
round the tiusl stones." Many who were spipporting him only be:
V').ni vote far aty candild-te suportell catuise they considered it. dangerous to
by the corporations papers means a vote elect Tahlalerro, are now supporting hiun
iga tl.t Ilse ilnteraeslt of the commuono because they agree with his former
p-ol. -thlie people whoi are the iackbotie sinlslecl supporters that" he ia the beat
of iour a. -.--Ir,,'. ilatia hl the race for Senator
!I'i ltar t- aIto ,'itlltt.alces sacrifice tilt: .r I toward spoke a littllle more than
pIk til tl ofI l hiic I)euiocracy by btip, ai holir atiI wlhenl he got through many
p raitig c ilitaltes pul.t ip ly Republliains of the people some of the leading citi.
ili ;i I) iolialu ic rre-s caldidalte ,Ila a en itu tl,. city atain county-rushed for-
tire ;ail].l sill t rh aoAr lra iions iantl poi: r,,pi .ra inL limtm hy-.tIie hlandl ard declareil
..s alln, ou. f the -ple). we careful ,,f thcy were hienceforlh for Irowaid. filhe
ya,,tr Ditallot. (audilittsla held a regular handshaking
S, : t 't. lm N l''- ept ; early va riy oalody in tthe court shoo.-k hliitds a ith them atinl rolle

Hon. C fl. Brown's Election Conceded
by a Well Known Politician
,\ well known politicimil says that never
Ui Ilie liisitry of Florida lhas there beeDn
.a1c, a change in ploblic sentiment as in
tlie giliemriiatorial race. When lie first
announce-I, lion. C.. M. Brown wa. not
considered in the race, bnt his excellent
record, together with hlis spotless private
character have con litned to turn public
sentiment in his favor, and that although
hlie is under obligations to one of the oth-
er candidates and must vote for himi, he
considers his vote thrown astay, for he
says there is small doubt but that C. M.
Brown will be nominated on May so. To
quote hIis own words, "The people all
over the State have risen up to support
this great and good Democrat, this grand
old soldier, who is today fighting for the
people's rights as bravely a he did from
*6 to '65. C. M. Brown, in say opinion,
arial in the opinion of many observing
men, will sweep the State on the 1o of
May, and be notrlinated by the largest
popular vole ever given a candidate for
governor in the history of the State.
Nothing can te said against Mr. Brown,
said although his opponents have searched
his record from beginning to end they
can find nothing that does not reflect
credit on his statesmanship.

A False Rumor.
Hon. C. M Brown denies emphatically
the report circulated by his enemies that
the will remove the East Florida Sew
inary, as follows'
"Editor Star:-1 have been informed
that It is rumored in your charming city,
that If elected governor I would move
the East Florida Seminary to ( This report is absolutely untrue. I am a
trustee of your beloved institution, and
haie its interests greatly at heart. I
have always labored in the State Senate
for its advancement, and pledge myself
to you and the geod people of.Alachus
county. to use every endeavor for its
enlargement, and will never nuder any
conditions do aught toward Its removal
from Gatnesille, where in my opinion,
it rightly belongs."
C. M. BSowN.
ocala. Fa.. April 30., 194.
e' U lMa tir GrOw e
ain UeSam It cog-

.011 4 ...

l ronmiat'nt county officials were heard to
ay, "1I caname ul here undecided, but I
am now for you."
It was the Unost enthusiastic political
meeting that has yet been held in (aines
ville, andti those wlho are killing to ad-
tmit the truth about it are admitting that
Stockton and isroward made many new
friends and strengtlhenel old ones here

Ime ue ore you, av i1ng come so ilear re-
ceiving the nomtinationt. I feel that you,
.imy fellow citizens, are the ones that
encouraged me to enter again this race.
Mr. Denton no longer wants the position,
1but Mr. Wieuges sees a possibility of Iais
getting the nomination and enters the
race against tme, after nay having spent
the money necessary to conduct two camij
paigitn, and suffered the lhumiliation of
two defeats I ask you, my fellow cit-
izens, do I nerit tlhe third defeat? Is not
mny public and private life of sucn a
character its would justify you in voting
for me? If so, then I ask your suplKirt,
pledging to you -the best efforts of my
life. Never being too wear to do )onu
a favor, always. courteoes and obligiing in
the discharge of duty, I leave the matter
with you to deal with te tas yoa tlihik I
deserve, and your verdict will be received
in a spirit of love, let that be what it
may. 'oura respectfully,
J. M. )DInC...

On Fencea and House and In Liquor

Dunnellton, 'la., April 29, 1904.
Editor tGainesville Star-
I antm traveling over several counties
and am hnumil'ated andl agrieved to see
our U'nited Slates Senator, one holing
tle most lionoredl position within te gift
of the people advertised on fences, hotases
antd inl saloonsi-as a circus, woutda
naturally be. in this section of the
country you will see large placards liing-
ing over the bar reading thus: "Vote for
Jas. IP. Tallaferro, pronounced Toliver,
and reelect him to the United States Sen-
ate." Were I a supporter of this distin-.
gulshed gentleman I would instantly
withdraw my support oni the above
grounds. All church people should de-
nounce this scheme of advertising and

S h ea t H o llo w a y a n d O th ers ,p l -,-, -t,,, ,, e on ,,, ,l ." m y .
High Springs, Pla., Apr. 30. [Not only "American Citizen," but
editor Sar-Many ofthe people of every good citizen of Florida should feel
High Springs are glad that you have humiliated at seeing the saloonsadvertis.
made yourself understood on the Sheats ing Senator Taliaferro. Of course Selns-
anti Holloway question. The editorial in t-r Taliaferro can not help their favoring
yesterdays Star was plain enough. W e T c n h t favoring
yesterday'sStar was plain enoh. We him if they will, ibut why is it? Whily are
are glad to know that you do not endorse the whiskey met all for Tallaferro? Is it
a campaign-of the kind they have been because he gave the son of a rich liquor
carrying on. and we are glad to hear you dealer of Jacksonville the advantage over
say so in plain language. all the other young men in Florida about
Now Mr. Editor, .what do you think that appointment toAnnapolls?--Iitor.]
about the prospects of success for the
candidates for county superintendent of Utterly Uuable.
schools? Their campaign has been so
clean and nice, I wish I could vote for We have been utterly unable to give
all of them, but in view of the fact that place to anything like all the matter that
the condition of the office i s not consid. came to us for publication in today's
eed good at this time, we thinlt a man Star. We are sorry, but it cannot be
of suitable age and experience should go helped. We have had to refuse some
into it, and it seems to me that Dr. KIel- matter that we really desired to publish;
ley would be the best man for the pla.e." but some matter that has bee rejected
VOTea. was advertising matter for certalp candil-
dates, which could not be used because
nothing was said about paying tor it.
Mrs, Will Goote, a w9rthy lady of We cannot take matter Ihtended to fur
Lbis city, desires to inform the public other the interest of certain eibdidatisa
tt abe takes in g and will unless the bnder pays for We
pleased to have those having much work
to do. to send it to her. bhe will do are not in this businee for our health-
good work at reasonable prices. t. out health is very good. .

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If not VW'l' cure it. and who" we- pet tfromfb with
* it you'll wou4de why you didn't Itbhink of mn long bov,.
All work gmrateed. No basty slA jeaob Ive ear
shoo.N Iwbutd t th at material at ond wilt

S not grumble at theprices eitler.


At the niecting of thie Ileart Anti-Tr. il
League held In Jacksonville April 7, the
following persona wer. iiiinaimontisly re.
commenled to he voted for by It-nist
sulpporters)ti the prlimry on Mity Ia):
I)elegates to the National Conivettiton
at Large -John S. Beard, T. It. Brynn,
W. J. Bryan. U. A. Carson.
Delegates to the National Convention
for tile Second District-T. Anderson,
J. iC T. Howden
Mentmbers for the State Dl)entocratlc Cont-
Ulittee at Large J. W. Admian, Dr. War
ren Anlerson, N. A. Blitch, Johnl M.
Ilryall, ('. I. otlritgton, It. A. Craw-
Ford, Herbert L. Dodd, I'. FIletchlier,
W.Vni. Hocker, Guy 1. Metcalf, W. II.
IMilton, Jr., II S. lPhillis.
P'restidenttial aElectors J. C. 1B. Ktnlnce,
P. 15. Stonemani, II. I. liailey, A. II. New
too, T. A. Jennings.

The Judson rleetlng.
We are hInformed by persons who were
at tieI political speaking Injl week, that
it wais one of the lbet inueetingKs the
coutlty candidaltes have yet had.
There weic present at tile ieerling
uItiiy candidates, andi more than five
hundred gentlemnen and lalles. One
report says that there were five hundred
voters present, while aumother puls the
voting strength of lhe crowd at about
three lumiinreil souila.
Ve ualder aitiltid htint MIaj. Jolhn WV.
Tentch was the only legislative candidaeil e
present, and that lie lnaile one oTf lhe
best speeches of his life, nal, was cheered
enthusiastically by tile crowd, but it is
generally concedeal that the other legi|-
lative candidates were "still hunting" to


AT'TONi'.V Ar I.Aw.
Opposite Ilrown If onse.


holeole No. 97.

C liHIUTOI'IIKR laIA-rhilsoN,
ArrOIIl~r[V AT L.AW,



Office in Miller's Law Excl' sage.

T. F. Thomas



NOW G00Obi.
reftonal attention to all
ratters in this lie. Mail
and telegraph orders

Knibelming scientifically
done. .. o. .. .


Mention this

':'" .' W hI you 'a r t'
,. '*. .' 'a... + .i =."" 'aia. ,

To the Voters ot Alachua tCominty :
I hereby announce myself a candtlilate
fur the office of Sheriff, subject to the
ittOi)t Of liat next Democratic printary.
If elected, I proitsae to discharge the
duties of the i nice to the very best of my
ability, andtI solicit the situpprt of nil
voters at I lie polis.
W C 11AGiK.
'To the I)eulocratic Voters of Alachuas
I embrace this method ol expressing
Uly warmeat appreciation for the con-
fidence you placed In me in 1896, and
continuously front that date to thil a nd
sincerely trust that your confidence has
not been betrayed. I have endeavored, to
tlihe very heat of my ability, to do my
duty, regardless of persons or the conse-
qalences to myself. How well I have suc-
ceeded I leave to yrt to Judge. I have
lbeeen ecouratged to believe that my el-
forts have received lthe approval of the
peaceful, law-loving citizens of our
county, for which I ani truly thankful. I
an again a candidate for the office of
Sheriff and will appreciate your support,
and promise, if reflected, to resume my
duties unfettered with any promise to
special favors, and shall endeavor in the
future, as iu ilthe past, to do my duty the
best I kuuw how. Promising if elected
or defeated not to be a candidate for the
office again. Respectfull].
I will lie a candidate for lithe office of
Sheriff, and respectfully solicit the sup-
port of lhe voters of this county In tte
contilg primary. Again thanking the
voters for my election as Representative,
I sam as ever,

County 8uperlntondent.
I hereby anioounce myself a candidate
rfer thle office of Supelntendendent of
Public Irnstruction of Alachua county,
subject to the action of the lnmoorsItlc
Primary, and respectfully solicit the sup-
port of all democratic voters.
J.0. 0KKI,,u-.

County Superintenilent.
I aui a candidate or the ofce of fBu-
perintendent of Public Instruction of
Alachua county, subject to the action of
the Dentocratic primary, and solicit the
support of D)eumocratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment and the pay-
oent of the school debt.
I. L. Km.ilv.

County Superintendent.
I hereby annunce myself a eandidat
for the office or Bunufr tendent of Pub
lie Instructlon of A ushot utyLubjet
to the Democratic prl y ed allt lmbI
support uof )emDaetle viZn. I elected,
I will use every honorable method to lq I
uldate the county and sub-district acbool
dlebts. My policy will be good qchonls,
good terms, good teachers and common
sense teaching of reading writing, apell-
ing and arttbmetlU. Having taught
every grade la tlb puiblC abol system
of thl Htate, including Institute and four
terms Normal work, I am convinced of
the Importance of more earnest teachin'
In the elementary studlea.
Gao. M. LVxCIu.

Cou jty Judge.
I hereby anaounee myself wa a caud
date before the Deoratic primary of
Alachuas county for reelection to the of
Ace of Count audge. I having Isithfully,
honestly and Impattially discharged my
official duties n the jiset. I pledlg nui
honor to eonmlinurinde to ,0 mt iC the future
if elected, sa l will lber fv Irataeful fm
the support of thi Ie ,iiorativ voter ot
the county. G(I Tax AxAsesor..
I reapawctfully ianee mall if '.
Ala4u eotaty. tubect to wte
coe11 .r. .



The Political Situation in Flori ';i
As Seen By

County CommleleseOP,"
At the earnest solicitation df m
friends I hereby announce nyU a el
didate for County Commi nelU fI=
District No. 5. I elected I ls.
faithfully and honestly dl U
duties of the office to the ba t of
ability. RM t

County ComMilIelensp "
At the earnest solletltiot of p--
my IJDmaemtle friend, I
ounce myelf a andat fo t l
to the position of COt
fboi Dietrda No. Ala~bla uil
If reeleted 1 poMa to
ties of the omes to the .bt eflNM
ia the future as I have done le
Jro. G. DAstl
County TIauuease ,. .
Fallow Demoerats of Alaeb ta
I M ybr announce n jr
date far reelection to the oc |
T-wsanr Isad 15oli.1it
Iium;ae6tvoterv, during
and at the PIls. "

have tdi"to LAMdr
and eftitMss if letsete i
timsemse to be as Vs

S wM IH,
if It is job ,rnng.
rur om4r a to Ute a .g,



LePtelaltgMr 43n ++.

I hereby annoupee
for Repreentatve from fI
In the next Iialsla.ttm, ri
action of the D ,-aMoC 1at.
solicit the support of my
o. M.P ,;,

l'o the Voters ot Alachua County
Without the slightest unkind I
for those who alid not vote for me
last primary and a heart full ot
for those who (lid, 1 again offt
honorable position as one of your
aentatives in the next General A
Support me if I am right. support iMW
oug uas I stay right and leays me f
witen I go wrong. Iome may we hII
uiany laws already. C.anted--if I
were all good ones, but many ari nl *
some absolutely pernicious and
be wiped off thlie statute book. ll>C '
l)emocrat I will abide by the eMtioP oI
the primary. With good will toward aU
inein. I am yours truly
SoLkited by many friends, I anuouises
maielf a candidate for RepresnUtative
from Alachua county in the net Legi- .
lure, subject to the Deminocrteips.
If elected the e ple o( Alasehma
assured that hoear interests will. :u
taken care of in our next lMl^ i*
and I shall especially exerei .
ence for the enactment of a 1i
saiilar to that now in force in
which has done so mucb to M
labor problem in that State.
A. U. Hit.l.NARV..
Legislature. I
I hereuy announce myself a cWa4aids
for Representative from Alachusa COUIy,
in the next Legislature, subject to I.
action of the Democratic priary. Ut
elected I prousise to serve the people as
faithfully as I can, and Iolicit i sthe p
port of my fellow Democrats at the

I Democratic voter of Alachua ounty:
I respectfully announce myself a .mdi-
date for the Legislature and solicit yo r
support. I wilt abide by the action ta
the primary. Yours trnly,
A. A. RosoaoRoU ,.
Supervisor of Reglltration.
To the Democratic Voters of Alachas Co.
I am a candidate for the office of Super-
visor of Registration of Alachua coUsty,
and respectfully solicit the supwo t of0
Democratic friends at the 91 s 6M41
loth. Thanking you in advae0o0' your
support, I am Rspectfully.:
D. A. Roat aIOW.
Member school M Pd.
The friend of J. A. King h bi *at- .
nounce him a candidate for amber o 1
the Alachua County School md, Iol
District No. i, subject to the o
the Democratic primary to be held HIy
to, and they solicit the support of Z
Democratic voters both during the cam-
paign and at the poll on election day.

County CommlesiJer.
I hereby announce my candldacy lot
County Commissoner from Diestrilo M.
4, subject to the primary, and et t.
support of the Democratic vote of
dile, pledgig an ecouomiclrand Itm
partial administration of Mhe. rid "
the office If elected.
A. A. MCRi 4,

* V.




good advasitnge in other parts.

Aw. 410,0110"

.will vao -a

RP,.ather Than Be Taken Pris-,
S owners By the Russia. *


TrPansport Blpwn up by Russielan T4
pdo Doats.. Officers CapItulated
S ut Men Refused to Sur-

I 1 ...-

An Associated Press dispatob from
8. t. Petersburg. says: Russian tlor
',-* pedo boats belonging to the Vladl-
S" -orcok squadron sank a' Japanese inl.
_ tary transport, the Kinashlu Mar u,oof
four thousand tons, during the night
of April 20, wilh all on board, with
S the exception of seventeen officers,
S twenty sellers, sixty-five of the crew
and dighty-five coolle carrier.
The others, who refused to surreu-
s er, were sent to the bottom with the
The ofi clal report of Rear Admiral
f lessen to the emperor Is as follows:
During the night of April 20th two
S sslax torpedo boats met at sea the
Japaae e military transport Kinshlu
Mars, of 4,000 tons, laden With rice
and -other military stores and about
S .1100 tons of coal. The transport was
-i"ned with four Hotchklse guns of
4 alJnlmeters. The Russians cap-
tanfte on board seventeen officers,
w'. ty W A419 q e)jy-fAve military
4 Wfqrs,.'--pr ooolleh, and sixty-five of
'i' Ise',W' who surrendered.
,- The remainder of the men, who
.N. t..Wute to form a landing party and who
T'," fe l6ft.without officers, obetilately
i L, nirse94 to surrender or go on board
is- aslai cruiser. Furthermore, they'
S- o0e ed armed resistance [aIn th6 end
qhp wqere sent to the bottom.
'1The nWber pt nqun drowan "In
dIVepW so two hundred.
S Admiral Yessen alo reports tiat
'" lWde tNfl9GAh % "-f the Japanese
p'Gp- rat.t Wonsan (Gen-
:4evB tln Russians sank at
q ame evening the Japanese
,-siepr, Nakainura Maps, of 220 tone,
ashed titew w aved.,
r .',- 'Jtlsfaetlon of the people of
in 5$, ptfrqpurg at the exploits of the

Y4 ladlvostok squadron is tempered with
amrnatiolt fbr the bravery of the
'-l afse soldlera who were on bqr-d
a Anke transport Kinshlu Maru
wbi o preferred to drown rather
S The adniralty admits that the
M's I A*o0 1^ Va W Wpwe that
.4 NUfr sen had no other alter-
,- I j e than to sink the transport.
hn. 1p could not spare a prime crew
o. happier his swift squadron with a
'< slWvr steamer. It Is pointed out that
-.ihq bcerl' op board the Kinablu Marti
.*P l~ta;d the situation by accept-
Eng Imprisonment rather thp death.
S1i',e*aRe of -the nafeit' Japanese
4"niepOy auunk by the torpedo boats
'. t W pal, bie crew were sent ashore
there was no accommodatIoos
,. them. o, the -torpedo boats.
.Vl orew of the JApanese steamer
*tim -.Maru, as well as the Jap-
,':" on the Kinshlu Marir who sur-
f'' lnqefl,. Ibvoe been .taken to the
Rutilan orulsers.


attitude of Governor Jelka' Temporary
'' Successor on Lynchings.
At Montgomery, Ala., Thursday
0 0ight, Governor Cunnlnogam mailed
to Ol te'ut Sudgt W. b1. Anderson a
letter, aglnt Asking him it he did not
t~aIk lit advisable to call a special
S, tl) of bl court to Investigate the
'.. r ohlng of Reuben Sims, a negro, in
S Jidwia county. Judge Anderson nad
V M*vloiuOly written and said he did not
r ttink It advisable. In closing hli lel-
.ter Alabsms's new governor shows
p4A1nly how he Intende to deal with
,lnhers in the state. He says:
"I trust you will yet see your 'va)
'019.r to the c lling of a speildl term
O f ttr court, and thus leave nothing
14 done that looks to the breaklt4 up
e 0.- lynching In our otherwise fali


S Molder of Colemblan Bonds Meet In
'H .Lendin and Pass Reseolutins.
.. k &. general meet ing In Lnddi 'of
Ht" u. bond. qf the externa)
a't'h It Colombla, a resolution has
bps. tete lai which the bond-htn)(
"'er,"-.h fR f O reqoprd their "-right te
t"i u" 't*yQt tnan government of Panama
tbdi& a.ssse the obligation br a
ftlt @ad equitable p tert)o of the
t*Ala debt of Co baaed on
usopey that the govemapeat will
'j Ye from the Unite. StateA in
r sa te pulP?3r. t9wi;'

herf Tlied hip
Biqtt poust, pt the ofmcitals
O *ORiB^ Gkovernor Cu

a -the o*caluas

ynut Wi. 90 4os I
,.: $R,, wu

'k,;i.405.40. T O

onal Pentet
of three anh








mana rownu tuo meet in Atlanta aULl y 4,
at the Piedmont hotel.
-Jwuge Newman decides to hold
peonage cases In abeyance until tile
United Btates' Supreme court passes
on the question.
-Georgia lodges Odd Fellows cele-
brated the 8ith anniversary of the
founding of the great order Tuesday.
-Mlsons of (eaorgia have. chosen
heir officers for next year, and J. 0.
Greenfleld. of Atlanta, it .grand mas-
-Memorial d4y was fittingly cele-
brated Tuesdpy throughout the Bouth.
-Courts of North Oar'olina are en-
deavoring to force Atlantle Coast LIve
and Southern Railway to make a spee-
filed connection.
-The vagrancy law recently passed
by the Missilssppi legislature takes
effect Saturday.'
-Mississippi veteran of civil war
finds lost daughter after a search )lat-
Ink forty years.
-Moses Thatcher was put on the
stand for the defense in the Simoot
hearing at Washington Tuesday. He
dented knowledge of Mormon control
of candidate.
-The collapse of a cage In the Rob-
inson mine In the Transvaal sent forty-
six milers 2,000 feet down a shaft
to Instant death.
-The federal grand jury at Athens,
Ga., will Investigate four cases of al-
leged peonage.
-The Georgia chautauqua was open
ed at Albany Sunday.
-Goveruor Jelks, of Alabama, of
fers rewards for conviction of men
who lynched negro.
-The house was In session over
five hours Sunday for the purpos- of
paying tribute to the memory of Lao
late Senator Marcus A. Hanna, the
late Representative C. W. Thomp-
son, of Alabama, and the late Repre-
sentative \f. W. Skills, of Ohio.
-Judge George Gray will preeside at
the Internatilonal arbitration confer-
ence to be held in June.
-*-At nlekd,.-e Italian market town.
a gendarme commander was killed by
a soelallut, whereupon the gendarmes
fired on the crowd, killing twenty-
-The conItrct tramaferring the Pan-
ama canal route to the United States
was signed Friday at Paris. On Sat-
utrday the stookholderp rittlfed the so-
ti o n '. "
-Five people were killed at Potts
Opap, Miss., by collision of train
on the 'Frisco.
-Neldermeler, Marx and Van Dip.,
ths nuetortqua "oar barn bandittas" Witre
haageid at Chicago Frilay.
,,- -rult Is esld to be killed in Northt
'Oo=ua, -this being the severest April
ever Imnon there. '
-WI ar Heat made his first
spech triday, appearing before the
hose J d$oIr committee In support
of his resolutlO for. aOtlio In the eaSe
agnianst the 6t6ki trust.
-It isa b-1leo that Beaator Smoot,
of Utal, will lope his t as a result
of the laveetigtloi now In progress.
-Klang sVioto n manuel, of Italy,
decl tAr that tmlgrint" from his coun-
try are beneated In America, and
wishes some of them would return to
-Nrway, Sweden and Denmark are
said to have reached an agreement for
a conjoint 'dealsraton of aeutrality.
-d-Mjisalppl takes steps to sUppuoss
"whitefl plng" In Crtasn localitioa.
-ftights ot Honor of South Caro-
lta[ dealde to admit women -as Mnc

J- Thel house Friday gave yIdepcms.of.
,aProabiaa adjourepent by ps.asl B
l 'so number of billsteamai the n he'
SSOta to provide a tetflipry -eover*-
Sbgt tr tte PaRiflt c4tS) eb.t
.4i^p-eon ftprieiSo bill car"
:$~&ntr X L

&.tee on priviees an ej cions at
Washington Wednesday in tha BSueot
Investigation. He was examined in re-
gard to the apostle, John W. Taylor,
who, he said, is reputed to have five
Wives. Two ot these wives are neigh-
bors of Mr. Abbott In F arminsteg
Utah. /
These wives are known as Nettle
Wooley, who has five children rang-
ing from 11 -to 2 years, and Neulle
Todd, who has' ix children, ranging
from 16 to 2 years, all of whom ar
recognized as Apostle Taylor's clil-
dron. Two other wives of Apostle Tay-
lor, said Mr. Abbott, are Ruby and
Roxy Wellington, who are about 21
or 24 years. It was reported two ycars
ago that they had'been married to
Taylor. One was- working for Nettle
Wooley and the other for Nellie Todd,
both as domestics.
Senator Overmhn wanted to know if
their ages had been given correctly as
about 24 years. The witness said be
believed that to be about (heir alqes.
"Then they must have been mar-
rled since the manfiesto?" said the
"I don't know; I have told you all
I know about them,'" replied the wit-
Attorney Taylor placed in the re-
ord a letter written to Senator Bur-
rows by President Joseph i7. Stnmth re-
specting his inability to have Mor-
mons to come to Washington to tes-
tify before the nommlttee. He\hsays
that John Henry Smith. Marrine." W.
Merritt and George Teasdale are, and
that John W. Taylor and John Crow.
ler were unwilling voluntarily to tes-
tify. President Smith concludes his
letter as follows:
"As this Is a political matter and
not a religious'duty- devolving upon
them or me. I am powerless to exert
more than moral persuasion nla the


Several People Fatally Hurt and Five
Buildings Badly Wreaked.
An engine of the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad; east bound, exploded
early Wednesday morning while pass-
ing Tenth street, Braddock, Pa., In
Ing Tenth street, Braddock, Pa. Three
men were fatally injured, three others
dangerously hurt, and Ave buildings
in the vicinity were wrecked. Two
of the cars caught fire and were 0d1


United States Supreme Court Passes
Upon New Virginia ;.Law.
S, rtLIas es Involing th valt
tulare provlptlon of the
l W*tW tlate couaat*nioe woer
dfisasmled Monday by the United States
supreme cout on the ground that no
IAe r r As acits from
r ema*t b a l-
.There were two eases. 6 f being a
proceeding by and 'otrheb to se-
cure a writ t -'-iAol0.t awunBt the
state botr. itf ea'stispre to prevent
Its pasilng upon returns of the elec-
tion held Noveber 24. 1902. and the
other a proceedlag in eqtty by oBelden
and others.
Jus t'e Brewer delivered the opin-
ion of the court. He did not enter
Into the merits of the came but con-
fined himself to the Impr ctlcability
of the gnaUng of reeaf.


Panama Requeat. One Tenth ef Ca-
nal Money immediately.
The gotetument of thq Republic of
Panma wtiuleAOWp p have $1.006, 000 "o the amount to be
p.d 4 I St of ate.0
0aa"6" =tal trato J.
Pierpeat. Hlagpa A Co.. their Steeaj

it w ,lt O "




Laden Hall In ThelP pil~
'the VYau lu aer.

"rief Sp w "-of'"1 A t. P.teraburg (eltal say: The
44mpbrh nt *y nt generp talil believe that one of thel
Of Pech 0 Y-. Japwee Orumne,u wIe attem9tt1i to
., ^ orosE the 'Yarl river at T'rtlcheen,
-Captain F. P. Hobson accepts In- Wednesaay morning. sustained geyere
tatilon of President ReoYold f Rl o tn utnefpeted shelling
leorgia military collpgqI to be tMe .'b ow.. ing t t an ne tsh o-
)t*ator of commencement day. by a Russian battery frm the ,.po-
-Eighty-second annual convention site bank, which destroyed the Japa-
fthe grand ,ohat er of Royal Arch ese pontoons.
fasons benan at Macon, Ca.. Wednes- The Japanese, the general staff says.
y tried do crops the river at six or seven
-At Marietta,. Saludacounty, South points, and succeeded only at one
aroltna, B. Burton shot and killed point. The staff ha no further news.
y M. W. Thrailkil and his son. .The crossing of-tbe Yalu riter by
tarence. The tragedy grow out of at the Japanese forces did not Impre
ditol loaned by Thrallcill to & negro, the Rusblans, in view of the reports
rho pawned the weapon to Burton. of the enaulng Japanese reverse.
ody A. M ee, of Hon These reports became meM re perilst-
-rIody of 0. A. McGee, of Hogans- ent at noon and caused an all round
Ille O., .found on the track of the
ville, On.aondeasthville trackoftheI rise in prices on the bourse, bu so
.oulsville and Nashville road, near f there has been no cfirmation of
Iryan station. Whilo riding on plat- far there has beb. no nrmatn of
orm he shot himself. Another dispatch states that '*e
-N. R. McDavid, of Jefferson coun- Japanese troops, which crossed the
y, Ala., has been appointed secretary Yalu north of Tcliandjios charged, dur-
>f state to succeed J. Thomai Heflin, ing the nlght of April 26.27, the Rus-
who resigned. elan position near LIsavena, a village
-In the Smoot hearing Wednesday on .the Manchurlan bank of the Talu.
.. E. Davis, sheriff of Davis county, They were repulsed, but their loss Is
Utah, testified that Apostle Tayli)r not known.
married maids employed by his two Two gunboats steamed up the river
wives and that they are now only 24 In the support of the Jatanese, when
flrws old. a Russian field battery at Amlsan
-.-Jeter G. Pritchard, former fusion opened upon them, a duel which iast,
smeUtor from North Carolina, has ad about twenty minutes. The Rus-.
been named by the-president as Unl- elan fire was too hot, and the gunboats
ted States Judge of the fourth circuit were forced to turn and steam out Of
to succeed -the late Judge Simonton. range.
-There was a slight break In the
levee on thie Illinois side of the Mis- TAYLOR WAB MUOHLY MARRIED.
iislippl. north of Eaqt St. Louis, Wedi-
nesday. There Is also a great flood Rank Mormon Even sepoued. the
in the Missouri valley. Servants of His Household.
-Thi Georgia state democratic ex- L. V. Abbott, sheriff of Davis coun-
1u4tive committee Is called by Chair- ty, Utah, was before the senate com-
wmmsA n IrM mu mi In At55nM uMs m Aiit L7i nn v un ilaymm a u An dah uf,,.mu?

For Delegates at Large, National Con.
(Vote for four.)
T. 3. BRYAN.
W. J. BRYAN. ,

For Delegates National Convention
---Second Congressional District.
(Vote for two.)

For Governor.
(Vote for one.)
ft. W. DAVIS.

For Secretary of State.
(Vote for one.)

For Attorney-General.
(Vote for one.) r

For Comptroller.
(Vote for one.)

For State Treasurer.
(Vote for one.)

For State Superintendent of Public
(Vote for one.)

For C6mmissloner of Agriculture.
(Vote for one.)
BI. a. McLIN.

o arltroad Commissioner.
(Vote for one.)

For AdJutant General.
(Vote for one.)
1. 0. R. FPOTER.

For State Chemist.
(Vote for (me.)

For Justice of Supreme Court-Six

(Vote for one.)

FIt JuatUee of Supreme Court.
(vote to three )

3 .S, 03 ,,

1,F It* t Cln let Coeta-uihthi
A. S m. I

Nor Mehes6 lt L UW*tat. Commuwt.
(Vote for thirteen.)
l. L. DODD.
0. P. tEBALEY.
11. H. Pi' IL PS. .
J. N. Wi'I'tNER.

For t"tate Convention.

Against State Convention.

For ilie Legislature.
(Vote for two.)
Iotl'. iN. DAVIS.
.1. A. ItOSBOROtlOH.
0. M. TII.I.MAN.

n ownu-o

I Vote
t). P.
'. C'.
A. It.

fo)r mIi-.)
a ('KI{IT!t us.

For MIi nhier loarul if iPublic Instruc-
I i'in Spfec mil i.strlci .
( l\'t it- 4lto
W\ .r. MARTIN.

r r SiI]u Is',r if hJr gistration.
l\'oilt fotr ntt.1
M. S. CiI-'Vid.
11. A i-totlitTirON

I,'Or .tlust iic of the Peace--Seventh
(VVte for on#e. I
(. M. C(.'OLMAN.

For Coinstabli--Seventh .District.
SVulte for OlIL- )

For ('nnty Member. State Committee.
r .1. F. McKINSTRY, JR

For Count y Mamln.-e Congressional
Comnnittee. 241 District.
(Vote for one.i



Namas of CaSlidates From Hiigh
Sest t Lowest.


Candidates to be Voted for in the
First Primary to be Hole
May 10th.

For the Information of all Demo-
cratic 'vdtera a list of all candidates
for oMee to be voted for in the pri-
mary election In District 7. Alpchua
County. on May 10, is printed below.
The list to arranged In the form of a
ballot, and a corLect idea can be obh
Stained from It of what the official bal-
lot will be. It also gtv a voters a
chance to familarizAe t o'naelves with
the nameb of the candidates, and prac-
tice makingg an X in fiont of the
names he Intends to vote for.
The names are arranged alphabeti-
cally, am they will be on the official
ballot. The sample here given is what
will be used in Election District 7.
In other districts the names of some
other candidates will be subtiltuto.4
as the occasion requires.

Official ballot. Democratic Primary
Election. May 10th, A. L., 1904. Make
a cross mark (X) to the left of the
name of your choice.

For United States Senator.
-(Vote for one.)

For Representative In Congres-Sec-
ond Congressional District.
(Vote for one.)

For Presidentiatl Ilectors.
(Vote for five.)

For Member National committee
(Vote for one.)


For Member County Committee, Sev. Mexican Authorities Refuse to Recog.
enth District. nixe Rules of Texas.
I\'ute for one.) A dispatch from Mexico City s'ys:
D). J. P. MIcKINSTRY, JR. Railway men Insist that the Texas
-- quarantine institute by Dr. Tabor, of
DIVORCE GIVEN MRS. TAYLOR. that state, will practicany tie up aas.-
.--- eenger traffic ncroes the border.
Wife of Well Known Lecturer Made There are no in.spctoras n lMexlco
Free in Tennessee Court. authorized to lasne health certificates,
At Knoxvtllh. Tenn., Thursday Mrs. as the Texas regulations require, and
R. 1 .Taylor was granted a divorce the Mexican government will not of.
from ex Governor Robert L. Taylor fclally recognize the officers of the
In chancery court. The questioUn o Texas state board of health. The ,ral.-
alimony was referred to the clerk a d ter will probably have to lt' scitict at
master fr- settlement. Washington.
Mrs. Taylor was Mrs. Alice Plitte -
Hill, of 'Tuscaloosa. Al., before her TULANE GETS BIG ESTATE.
marriage to the ex-governor three
Years ago. Floth had children by for. Supreme Court Decides College Owns
mer mairlages, and they. it is alleged. Hutchinson's Property.
caused the unhappiness. Undt-r s decision renlerel by hli
Louiianastat supeme our hi-in


Returns from Seoond South
Congreaslonal Race Come Slowly.
A Columbla, S. C., dispatch of Suns
day *eas Returns from the second oen-
greslonal district are coming la very
slowly. In a total of 5.985 votes so far
heard from, Croft has 3.023-. against
.11ST for the other three candidates,
being a majority of 71 votes. The
adioletons are that Measrs. Craft d0"
MAyeMd will be Ina tI second prtl
maWllry. I

4 *^ety, w s cr hA..

LoIulsiana state surreinme ccurt. Mlm.
ay. Tulane Medical College reet',es'
tUe bulk rf the er ate of the late A.
C. Hutchinaon, who at the 1m of
I&e death was president cf Morgtn'.,
IsoLmilana and Texas road. Mr. Hts:ch.
Insme's estate was valued at nonily
a mliion, and most of it was lef. to
Tulane UniversIy for .he use of its
medical college.

Univerelty to Be Dedicated.
Arrangements are completed foi
the dedicatlon. May 17. of the Bap
tist Peal, university at Raielgh, N.
(. with the largest popular gathering
O(f BaptIsts ever held in the .state.

ighot NH r tBin ase Ovr.
,ieftl ciat .eam t attese t iuqs
-- **W bt- Tflt Or SM.'^S

That Sum Is Turned Over to the
trench Company-Uncle 8am
Will Honor Dtaft When

SAttorney General Knox ha a rec.liod
cablegrams from Messrs. Day and
Russell, who went to Paris as his
repreentatives to conduct ttiL < 1 ouing
negotiations for the Panami. canal
property, to the effect that the doeds
of the property, archive asn'd all other
papers and documents which will be-
IzF 4to the Unitoel States under the
transfer have already been ttr'ed
over to them, and that the putrcihase
price of $40,000.000 has been adlvanctd
to the canal company by a Paris iyn-
dicate of bankers.
This syndicate, It is under.s~ciid, of-
fered to pay over the m-oney with a
view to expLdiilng (tTi coniin1nift'on
of the sale on the assurance ofr lie
attorney-general that th- draft on the
UnJtied States for $40,00.0i.t1i) wouil-I be
honored on presentation at the treas-
ury at Washington.
At the time the money was p.ltt
over to the canal company In Pa:rl,
Major Mark Brooke, of Ilie tiegincer
corps of the army, now in ('oln. 'vas
.authorized to formally receive -ite
property on the Isthmus in the nmanso
of the United States.
Whether this transfer has actually
been made by the republic of Painrama
the department of justice has not ve-I
been advised, but it is assumed it will
be made within a day or two Meisrs.
Day and Russell are expec:;.i to res
turn to r atilngt'on within the ne.xt
ten days andI will Irinilg with heim
the title deeds of the canal proper y.
Though sympatb.lziln with ,he Pf-
forls of the KItropo'at holPder of Cn-
lomblan bonds to undtup the now s'ato
of Pamnma to assume some sharo of
the foreign Indtebt-mnes. of COnnmmIa.
the state department lihas maie no)
move In hat maer rnce the re-
tirement from Washington of MN Rtt-
natu-Varilln, thP Panaman nlpli er.
Before the minister 'I"'t Wa.qfiln,:on
Secretary ITay took; occasion to ien-
press upon him Ihp fact tial coni,-I.
eration of equity shotul move Pan-
ama to an assumption of some rart
of the n- lonal deb It. bt I the l ln'.ter
was not partclnlarly Impiproio, anl no
effort was made to"tring prps-n r to
bear upon the new gove-nncnt.
The attempt to delay tfhe pivnimnt
of the $10.O000.1oI) in Panama by the
presentation of ohl Colon Tliro cli mi
probably will not resolve the endot-as
mnent of the departmninr


Preeldent Names North Carolinian
Judge of Fourth Judicial Crcult.
A Washingtoni special says: I'ri-;:l-
dent Roosevelt took snap juiidgmoint
upon the friends of Senator M'.c('ninas
and those of several tl olhir entiltint ICo-
publican lawyers wli.-n lie ,onit to th
senate the nomination or .1'ilgIe Peter
C. Pritchard as the succe.o-' or cf ink)go
Simonton of tf.he fourth .iulicial cir-
ctllt. There was a goodl dl.ual of crit-
Idism of the presihlent's action lit tho
matter on the ground that hte had
shown exceetlingly bad last in mnak-
Ing an appointment practically ilefore3
the body of Judge Simiitton had bieern
taken from the hospital wholire lie died.
A number of senator.3, some (if them
democrats, hadil determninol Iiupoin pre-
senting and Indorsing Senator McCo-
mas, who was a judge upon the [)is-
trict of Columbia Lench whe-n elected
to the senate, and who has the hilgi.
est qualifications for high Jtdicial p)o-
altlon. These gentlemen and the
friends of other possible candidates
had refrained from m Itives of delica-
cy from presenting to the president
the names of their candidates before
Judge Simonton had been burled.
Judge Pritchard's name was sent to
the senate the Prst thing Wednosday

Atlanta Police eourt Recorder Sut
gests Uisq of old Lead.
"When a. mau abuses his wife she
ought to buy a a|oe pistol and pump
him sm full of lead he would sink tbe
minute he hit water. This thing of
a man striking a Weopan, eapeelmlt
his wife, Is one tof the mot disgra .fV
things r ever heard of, ,and I w.inld
heartily applaud a waomia' f she would
shoot her husband the minute he e,6
pan- abtusatg. bar: tat Way." said Re,
corner Br#yleq. .a tbhe Atlant PA ".
court. In. didUslagn mlmartl ianelic
tica. In a ca s bef.e "i Wednc*

A Twe4~sp 0e~' -
the tnwyg~ )tqg~
celyp4 ~ earns' eM.


Paris Bankers Volunteer to Report That Four Thousg
Advance the Money. Were Sent to Bottom.


For County Judgo.
(Vote for ono.)

For Sheriff.
Vole e for one.)

For Clerk of Circuit Court.
(Vote for one.)
J. M. DlL..

For County Assessor of Taxes.
I Vote for tnc.)

For Tax Collector.
( VoteG for on0i. i

For County Superintendent of Public
(Vote for on'.)
J. 1.. KEI.LEV.
.1. 0. KEL,.LIM.
(1. id. LYNCH.

For Surveyor.
(Voto for one.
A. \V. TAYlO.R.

For ('Cinty Treasurer.
( Vole for one )

FIor County Commllsioner-Third Dis-

Vladivestock Fleet Said to Have
in aome Good Work in Intercelq4
Ing Troop Ships of
the Enemy.

The St, Petersburg cnrrspnd
of Th*t44il(Paris newspapr.,9 p ap
"I learn from a sure sBonro. hat til
Vladivostock sqiuadroin Y<'>ti,.r
(Tuesday) sank four Japanc, tra
ports which were contm'ying tIl

According to advices frojin 1il
Yang, between Monday nlii, amn
Tuesday morning the Japan.-.. firre
a passage of the Yalu. two e',InpanGr
crossing between the C'hang Ii)i.,ia i
Slaopoussllche. Heavy tirirnp ,
heard near Latlng-Kaii, in %hirch n
is bellevred the Japanere nad.. a int
in order to distract attention fmaIths
real point of passage.
A St. Petersburg special -:-.s The
censors committee did noi g|e nul
the dispatches received r)rol,.any re
gardlng the movements of tin .l .apl.
eso across the Yalu river. iV a ig -l
timated that Information haIl I.-, n
celved that the Japanese had cri-;4
the river, but this was arcromialpiian
by a statement that the suce-,. -. ,,( i
enemy should In no soene i- r,-Cird
ed as an Important victory. theI Rli
slans having no Intention of vigor. ,,
ly contesting the passage. thiIr plu
being 1.o annoy (he enemy as much u

Niuchwang Bombnrded.
It Is reported upon gooidl nal h-rlty
at TlentsJn, China, that the -rapanise
fleot bombarded the town of Ni.t
chwang Monday night. The flusisana
dony that there is any truth in the

King Edwatd Not Meddling.
Inqnulrle.s m idelo G j i'-- A.-'ciaieiI
Press in London reveal in-i ta.- o(
any effort or intention to Ini .r oner
in tite Russo-.Japanese war. N" ir,,i
looking to a pacific tsettli-nit<'i ,if 1hq
conflict has been taken by irhl- I.,r:n
office. nor. so far as Pnowni in .'rvii-
Ing street Iy KCing -dlnri I ,'-i
Tho 3 who have die(ltcu.i-'l I,.- "at
with thlo king within IheP ,l- i' ,
clays say (hat such a stop is tl last
thing he contemplates.

Naval Methods Criticised.
The Novoe Vremya. St. petn-lilrg
newspaper, In its Issue of Tiu-- Ry,
contains a remarkably frea rt'iii,'m
of the Russian navy, which in
part as follows:
"It would le well to piut an ,i-, l-kc
In front of the admiralty inwcrtl'ed
*Remember Makaroff.' ills dI.lith
should be the signal to dilt.-irny the ni'I
order of things, of which hIe fill a
victim after heroically doing lil- I.4t
with the defective wnaiipon aI hrt-1 ls-
posal. Makaroff's death marks i a nI
era for the Russian nt,-y TTi,. ,l1
days marked by a muiiiddl- 'if .'1'.1"
ness and Inefficiency arn- ou-r. il anwe
have learned our lessons
"The present war l; unlike any pre-
vions war ,ln that the whole nant'n i
following its phases awlth tbrenalihIs
anklely. Ouir nerves are stralnedl nuich.
as are those of the drfendlers of Port
Arthur. We weep over our rever'es.
and rejoice at the slightest success.
Like the Eng;ish la the Boer war. we
are one of the greatest of the world
powers fighting a smaller one, and the
sentiment of patriotism overivhclms
all other considerations."

For Jamestown Exposition.
Representative Lan.mb. of Virgi'na,
has introduced a bill In the honi, aP
propripating 300,000 for the put r.I
and preserve 'lon by I-he government o!
Jamestown land, Virginia.


Conferees on Government Provision
Finally Get Together.
The conferees on the bill for tIhe
government of the Panama canal one
reached an agreement late Wednesday
This agreement Incorporates ilhs
provisions of the house bill with ellqht
verbal amendments, making the ptre
Ident's authority more speclflc and
the first seotton of the senate bill.
which provides for taking posse0s0Im
of the canal strip and thie paymen-l t
410.000.000 therefore to the government
ef Panama. U



shtAh csAb .A-*fia duAS *AINd tILtt L

R* *R
By W. R. ROSE.


*_; wa r wasmev'eral iSundays after
the holiliy.s andi l cl assent
I t (l o me6.81, 1 s-lOIl.
w here there wasm "eidlngig
Sroom only" a niontlh liep
a.- tore, showeil many vael!k.
Ble. There was even a fate lilnililii
from the group lclnstered aboimt lihe
lriit lille l teacher wlhi tlih prelly
57j eyeS. fhoae class was Me most
popular In thle school. Thle ettrlie.t
tle teacher quickly singled cut onli
lbe pigtaiulled Goermiaan inahleins from
he admiring dozPein b i'fore ber.
"how is this, Lizzie? Elsie Is not
here to-day."
.. "My sister could not "oumle, tea,-lier.
Blie liaf iot pelinny.'" r-espionided the
pldgy faced Iizzle itili TePutoni( c;iIn--
"Why, isy helnr. lhint is no reason.
We wait Elsie minui lic ore ltlin ilte
"But, tenelier, she Ia lit hr i- rn
twisted an' slie (id cry. My lbrothor,
-Yakle, he dil twist tier arm andii ake
her penny," nnd then encouraged d by
the shockeil look on her tIeahei-r's face.
ELizle became lol inelotiuis. "Tha i Ykalep
was so Ihld. lHe would take my penny
off Ume, too, but I dlI rimi. An' li-i tIkes
Money from little Yonile's llink Simc'
even te cenlls wuhalint my sister dil carn.
,:An' he lonfs by saloons, an' efery nighil
Aiy mnidder does't-ryi '-nuse he wvas so
"When Stiminy-s-'iool was (lisillissed
the earn'.st liiler tlenciher laid n letaini-
Ing hand on tlil arm of (Lie superin-
Souietlilig niust lce ldoiie," she be-
gan. "about Jakic Boldler."
"Jnki Booldler'?" repeated the cilei'r-
aIntendent. "Not one of our bolsters, Is
liea ron was
But limo teacher's exnreasson was


elitPri nanlii-int look plhceP. 'l'ie ohl
bay3s it\Io t. tisi hlitsl iii repitni
hielio fIniliily imfori'iln ei, lints Ih.i l .n i
waiM lilot on foai ti "ll't.:ik il I
liot-." .1.1 ki- l(loilltlr awiai aomiim
a.lkim iwni I nlictrl. n lielr .uksd I
Niicei'nlilnemlimtnt IIs A Oc-llll-r Julici'
nnmtd lhe olihr (ierttsl nc s diuilc 'i
he conli from'w doi\wltilt di,-' li.iml
whole galilt i Olc't."' llill lhI I-yl
mant w11 l fi.11 willh hls i ork. 'oily" I
Ing lheli pre -lllloll to |'ilgcItI,' 11 ieli.
mn11 to Icl nliihl iiti mi 11 iitliiid'r iw
might as re ok tI' l Io i'l'l ilt' |lc: o f i I
occasionit etonailime nelti~ itec.
oleaHllen e'itill tIhe Ii ecico.
Oi h.e m fvulllrlll lul nh I ho i.rlio \p.- \ %
rerow ]lo iliti il, d ur( '%.illi il '. .
pillsa ill fricicmlt. 'i'ih ilc'elU.i'ilt iM
well arrer.i.c c' nl (ice., '-l'isuiciu tir Iiti'
o id rt'ilii i .. n reiccclc i : i i-la
lelrime Willit vitn, *q fel iai- ca1i l ei ; ri p| i.ti
There twas inoli too inlih te fl-t lit
trielilti. nl, ilher ai t lihe-l'r any hli
ehlildisil. lccr nhiiacllcinl Io .Pti-ii'-l.
aiippal tt' uiitclc i'ltl .' I l- lft.I.
All tw'it lcl--lihp alirogiilne wn-l- i
rien ol lt suiihl iltnl i'-eoik, mnlil Ilili
tlt'- roroini i-dM ilirkeinei fori ifh" it
opl iiioll i hllt lihlli .
Th'i ill.tlla l.slingl nf (hi' ci'-lc' \\
pvihd iil l' tIl sigi'il rrtu Ihti, iil i l-",
threo or foir ni isrk. yo'ii fell lt -,
piirsistltlly p itowed tli-Ir li.vy ii
flhp croild s-i l iinig ipiour lln iloior. I'll
neflil imn q i-illly llectn r li, llte 1 ic il'l ci
Side noint l ilii er liig their lir i illli i
ereatlmcag 4 illitilceiir'e. IinL ic oc'-I
b an d file lee _'t v 1'r l 0 1i li li l lk li l i
there t'as anI oiil'brilk oit lil .-cs, -i,
whistlliug ncl si'tmiii'g of I l,,I. 'I I
cmie t)olstproils glfiit acimilli n iniit
crciiierlc l < ilielidPd Ito ie fecli lhlit.aI, I.
'by nimo 1 tllis to 1co ic-ii.ll.keii l iili
muentnry eillier to flice neii-diC.(-c or I
Indlgiaant bystaindeli r tried 10o is i
- the offenders into slilller Niu tr.i

SupplctlM l Me Twlce-a-Week Galesvlll Slar




Miss Ciem Hampton Explains the matter In mer Letter to the
Times-Union of April 26, Inst.


SIFronm JacksonvilllTle mens-Ulonot April 9B. 19041
I n n n

peo0 e Oome here he would t'row dem
out yet." .
The tl6tlther !acowled. but flquif un-
danpted the little LiMrie put In her
tribute to the absent hero. "Yakle
was so strong tly mother daasseu't whip
hilm no more. He likes not that Sun-
Aia.lahooeL says he will break up
the show."
Til util r flepnient's face brightened.
"The aboyr.7' be ejlaimed. '"Tle en-
a t w Iut rt ,I a1i4n next Thurs-
'Tftr Mthrid," fne-Alip(ed (lie moth-
fr, "dot Jakle viii do nodlngs. Hie joost
talks. Ho Ins afraldt from dome police-
men uMrtaady' .
Apparently the superintendent's call
was willh'out results, but he was a nilan
or rwegqenf 4t4 wiA far from feeling
For the dIet few evenings lie was
bi? i.wih pil rqatlp for the enter-
t IAta t W V uso means for-
Sreter cae. It was to be
a fret y Dlef"l p eqtl of a series
Plannteq irtaltdi pleasnre Into
the dul a ad sordid life If the sur-'
iriw34i ii m hlgbhborbehd. The thriving
nal ui was *MtMO-i- a district, in-
habitd by bu respectable poor, mostly
fr* tore ui mfg r lasiW

INor was not
SL "com*et or lecture'hall
4i 1 bs ot this dtrilet. taittle
SWo r tINct I rnatls turned froi., their

Urs"losi it
n0? ** S5? o s LSQ 9Sb'

I. "hla m

~ucn"'wnu a nuge

flr o -poInoor .showing. thought Joklip.
did the slender figure inakt bsldp lilahi
own, thongi eva II e kouhld apipreclate
the young wan's good proportions and
quirk movemenli
Here wam r. chance to chiow roff bIs
pront-es. Surely Ime tlippierriitirlenit
wan "easy" to offer Ii lil-i< opportun.
lyv of working off lil p ire. hlllcr- ngiit
"le Pnnilay-scliool iltdeiR." lie' lowiy
drew oul thr -lo %ee.
Tbeptc wilh a Bgle r i calculnleMl t
strike terror to the heart of nicy rlghl
i *ed million worker, ho drawl wil:
"er can't ido a tlnte tee .e, ctilstet.
Say. yer yal't tlgin' tosqulleal nor call dp
copper if I do ye tp: are yer'
HIs ewmonent. who had sloakn off
cost tmut vrest. pulled on the other pilr
of g15Vs and wasa looklni rerklestily
bhappy for a man that expected to lie
"done up." lie laughingly shook Lhi
"And no squealing on y'ir silde.
either, my lad. If the folks nut lhere
hear you give a yell they'll know I in
whIppilg you'. LuiLdestand? And the
d-vil looked."
l.t Ignwer.i, the stocky youth piroUwt-
*,m|1'h.Ward with a zigzag tiptoe move-
Utealt he had locked up In somei
llsl prize rIng a "de real thing."
te older man remained on guard,
waithiy pariryi n the boys mlanms
I ebm"e10, t gIvlng him n time to follow
him up, wbhen he would nlmll" Ildodge
the angry jabs within an incn bhis
smiling countenance.
Then when the boy. furlonla at the
Ithobgtl that the ether was playing
with bim. rusbed on i head downward,
.battei am rln a fashion. it was the man's a
tg;.p. al celw I doedl, buat this
I ite flt i am io Inoltact wIsh the
-iVa' he aMLM & ',. ,
t.SIL ta Wfl bt, *ut the boy "Was
I k.t'S ets ehetMA
Kwt~ei tl~ an


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al III t ll .-,ii ot h-. i a ic e- i ,, 1c i .e Ih eti l. li -l1 li II ti ic lc in ic
!" 1114.., 1, 011.1. 1 l .1 4 -a1 1 11" 1 .0 1. 1.1 '*rt" 1 *""ll t-" 411 11110 llts,
E i l >. l, ii l 3 Ie c. li ,,'I I ic lll t1i is.lcc i :c ^n'lt111 '1 l l i li e 1t"' i l'lht lla-
ll'l" ,.ic fii.. >' :t l .il'liii'\ ii i 1 ,, it,-icc lit ic- it 1'll ittu lv ticlelc' l ic lh>ce ittiulic"
l*ll 1 l l' i.i. %' t4 ." r i I I,: (,, 1 ;' i% ill I.. .. ^ *Mt" 1 i" *" ..m lt I l t'i. l.
'*I i :.;' ; I .i;l lice' .,il, i'c Ij t i ili c i: :'i ii(. ti "l'h "i- ,, ', illili. til 1 it', i l' .

ti i t, i ccii.' 1" m cI 'ac e I ri %:tj'ilI l c ll IIic h i t ('tI' I'ilIItIc
l"i Ih, r. ghli, i i c |i' i' 'l' '1ill i i lIi Il at t'c1 1 c'le.2 1 11 tc1 11Ile I ci et1' i i"

S111 l ll i l' .l -. I, : l cel 'i cII' 11' j i c-c' ili it- t lh' c11 i l l'tle' lit l l 'l'' n IIIellti
.111v I 1 1 14 I *,>i >.-l l .d';Ih : >l,' 4'ill1-i'oi. 'iul % l

ii-'. .1'3 % ;13 3tll, 'i ia, a tl h Vl, l o'tl i ll \ I c' l c c. c toi l l t. ii cclh I it tic Ii l'i -
i it i h i' l i'orc m i ii'iIlli mi-lt'h'.eis u to tIl c,1'h' civcii -i'ly t i i'il Itil-e I
ti i l I iii le h i i% I i l- o el l' t'ing..
'ai-l "1',1-i "1' %a ti it'.. noIll 1 1i lI l 1' i I'l'lc sl'lm l ol i ti, h I t .'
'II 1i., ll itt l lc' .il -l' I i' 'iMI" l a l ii' ll 1 |hii i i 1t l'clll 'i l -eI t I cmFll ll
m .1. .1 fi ll,("or, li st.l m a' ii I)l,. m it,'

I \ 3 Ic t' i ,i-' l l-'.'c 11 i l n l l-i sar et O in Ite l .it c 'lles- et i cl i ln it ifc
cr. a : l.) himh, J mh1,11, I- It Im % l i. t It I"* ob t "rate t h l'. -

t4, i. .,ill c .ll 1.' l ilik e 'i "i i Al c "t i 1 a lc c c '1 i tcel1

"* cll, 0 hh, Icicc i.i. y. '' c l na i.c-'it"s 1'il i l icit rtht1 Ilic ll >i l ie iIr ii e
till ll 'l lil, c. II I y, ill k Iv tc Ilitl ih ,I li l i Hi'" ll li lilld
.. c,-ht ii. t ,4 I ,1 T .- ,. t1 t i l 'l- li Il i a lt i hl rt'

l >' -, il1. d Ic i il 'i l c ul lc i 1 k "'i' e i i %%r lh 1'tl l atl ll ati'- Ica cecic ,4 I l ile's
c 1 11t n O ti i i ke 1i ll I. h A i ti ' of ,ict .cie11- mii c

i luc ( sini.lo i icc' m I ca miamtr cw itec ee- c c i s h a li e'1 th .tat ll'
*'ti'i il i3 I t 'ik il f li c(l. e. (-Pill' i t a litt>- 1 i i mall r r. h 'I I. c'Ii liih
.- e\i s i'lP '.i plt'y d in e h i c lele- if k i he oflc- 1i1 iii> ial'h' I'. t it' cci -*-
i. tle g t ol e I of 'i ll. r l I m ie'llllc t* Use-a' ii Iti 'll eli eiil ih l'i
( li. dlli- irt 'ea lo of h l ir eI l i iatec.lck r j it e 'lri'i Ite li clr l l t iio
I t.' ul. l ce s dtrt ip.ilt l l li e nl ii' o.l s. g l'h I Al, i. i tl ic' t i- t

lM a ti ii' ifl'ng i icim Il c h.i lh'ti cili iph* elc" 'tilI'c ill-ac i i I'm*, ill,
"eh ei A t .i s'r klclk t\e\ch 1ela i ic l i nlli

11ii.'1 ti c',]h 41i1i. (ii1i1 -at as f hl. r. cil II
Iai mIt ciOel ili tll- 1il' e4) t g i" l. I I i Iicell l-ma
1] it l ., n 1,, s o 'n -- o uI 1 v" f T' ']*hi w1 ,1 l *i l i 1 "1 I I
i. th oil.'s l I %or ( si o ,1'loi to I. w nlil ll lroi i niz II. l, l i dt ell [ h
pouni-i he- ilok <>fl from ne. allo f h ('k ll' \ e "I w lll V,'

l* jl t o t he clrh nod e ia hI e it- t w s j ncc.cele n. Ie l its eon< ta. it
ls oel 'r.y d y hy p ac il il- lt l te l ol l ti', ie a. .'i''L e e -. i mia II-

i'tti c eillic. c ; I. i c r l ics o I rt c ci d t0i b.ila. ilt e t 4 i4e1i,. k .l,4 li id

ii hi g h i., ce-cl at euli- c ife ll dc ci iltille it c g cc'eiii'

I c lo odIcI n li ta.r. l igllM a14-hl..1 1i l l ii l'ii- t sil k i l'. IhA"ll 1 ii
eal'-'c l hum" bm'c' c? t u |ci -- -"''' .1 blik
111 Iit i ell l ic e i I I Ic-i ilo cii imimne li t itI so m io k gra. Is kid
itl' hcl lt>, i'.> b.1t I lac .r iii L I hli' KIoleci ilci mle i 'ofi lc iei. \'m. i 1 c.l iij i e>

ihiiio, n, ivli uiti ll o' i '.l< i bel'l l" it 1 i ate m- 1il "i t l d i t etil tl
Ib r'l 1llll'r or fill lil'orlh i I 11 1 s hIIllad v il li) -1 mrilk. I i ll

ct. c nIIIl i'r lh. Ch (i I'.iM llllW hoo p l o illonlInmoll
i ea'l 1h i' illg i ll il it-i i tc' l l Sa t 1 ep s e l
i .,1cl 111 nitll.slMbom d lorl' 1. he.l' fromli l iI.- iI 'hl Ihltof I klll lila'' i 't
pil-l1i e01 of m odell Il is .-,1 4 II" Ii rh.i v ol li#dill,
il, ll. h ive. ahich "Ity I Il ly 's rW l 1 aVi 1 1.lel
it kii ,' T Ih lHlii llllll'li I1 i* f" Ifrli l ll*

s,.si I1 kll.-hln, l o i -lIl:Ir th' who kn her I n not r
l,,n, -i.t r N of grlli. Th, 1, r4hi.,,, A l .l k ,
lil gii 1 lig 1 l'414- uf 11 Ufliy cTel tn .A ii
itr'l l l I.t. .hin u-,1 1- \ t'1"% l oy I l.. sand

.Illia i. e'l' tacf c I.icllg hct- vr'y often lipaiin lifiiul. Mic1ry \ ,,cIrla
SI.l frter haidilemiP s to l ee boll. Iucl to liinve
),,ilmi y lica founded icolhilr r a ich fN h, 11 1od TTl'1 is 1 .li-'
I1s worikm nci. anld morning ,idlei, llin uh ll( ., i,,i.liinly linakee for
,lig it inna lbell Into the t.... TItuiigilb lbhigo wna her
plmiil tnins free of ct-. A lirthpllehiee. it liladI no igri etil hanld in her
lig'ron, *oUlniiihg 4 nfens. I .enilentiohn. When she wits thirteen
di nlocnIl. where dlurimirol-eo er old her pinrnim moved to Washi-
i ill" n pot ind of rin e it id p ngloi i. tmi t hire alie iitli-iled prl-
If i ll iifire i lipllpled forii ci e df f i i e s.ehool Ilut nioit of lipe' l Iiircm'-
i1i1 I"f n lif rof Cofe l t ion g wans gieisi it ilhon p y private
SlifenItl-e h. FIr nirred me-n iltelior. Alanuy or heir hiolidnyll when
w,1TIF wlve. or 'hildrin lrlnx thei ~sit was little were' I se-lt at t il Lt .t-
tlipir litinnr ci coroiiniodloiii hill lias ii inunineOr homnie on l.ake Ie(lieva.
been erect-led th telthe mnii may dine. hte ,ovl,di nelti'. ni at oie tinte In
The clcbloti le 1im pl<-(lldt estlnb li- her iirlitood lived In New York Asind
lishnient, with reasninliplirt, reading W*orlkel with ittimicn nmaiecrs, besides;
roonis and u cwell eqtuillped library. oI ln a. good deal into Neuw York so.
There is a hospital, a homn. for couvn- rclety. Her -lei soelety experiene '
leiscent.s a ha lhthing Csabtlllhniet lfor wicas i en W bhiliemtoni. During tlhe t wo
the wolkei'Scca wi cnid ehlcihiii n (leveleaid adminnsrallonua she witas
lioue for lylug- li wLeo oeiiPInI aind i e e Ii seh lntalos h
in wtieh witove ano grown dnlughlers e th cull al t vey oleii.poltin Irain.
ar tie ilinghL ow Ioklu e lir luenin. cook. l i ,iiid ltni er, v Illh ii thllia rolla
n-ct -ei. cemi. il. mote tat gl'ce eY i j ~ht iee 1tdt I iaiaitkvi c 'clge of Freinli awl l I lel'Uicu.
fllice ngceie, hiow io sev< c"illd ai In t d wllh exci,-ilaof oialil ewly. it sl ellay
mwin-ig inaclilne, hurw to mnarkett ndli lt unmnlei-lsniall |ht rmilP e ladl a sn Ia-
fiow ti hcinidle i balHy.-.New Yurk ie whn si| I' tlrs n n
Wurld. lie I'onirl of Pt. Jnuiid' ld 11. 11. lDurlng
that seanon tim', mi-l a yoluig nucetls
liniew ho LeOn i'etll. iitmea d (IporK- Nu liepl ('Curon. lie
A I;h li li a ilhllilry jiccraicl nrlhi-i t.l'l l a c its I in-nlir' of I'lnirllniin ut, a innai
frlloe iig I i-hi-le i": "1 l''hlllncl .iu.l of tplint. tof lioiition, of wealih# nild co
(glvlug n itert le-lcture' to the nr-crullt grPal t mmlilloi. lie promptly fell'iln
itf liet 'coliilmley eic tIteir dPiie-imluir In ,ve witlh 'Milus i.eillper and In In 1
piulull<.--'-tphilimsi.'f n ti-v litcs eahohld lhc-y weere niarrieil.
Unake noffinIvi- r',rdlirkaW In usldirts Ii hIefore thelr honeymoon sctsi over
a pnlillehr ioue nidr try to Inhlimee, i atiper was a |general eIlecllon In lman-
quarrel. The welit'ndittll1ctd otlII'r nl i In tharl country the wives of
should drink up lil beer atilli go illely pollltialtis taker Iam ret a liland In thie
irwsy.' After IIM adilrMess .hP liais- campalslil of tebpir linIbsandil al tihe
lions lila nudience tc ncufseral, If they enpn thoaielves. Tiey attenId ihual.
lmave coi.pre!tenidrd Ilsi remarks. 'Now, ngs htey make housw--l-icuse fan-
lifrvatw Jenkins. what.lchouldl you dol vaMs" Althougfb I was now Mre.
If you were I an i en nd a civilian i (union set out to e a help to her hut-
wanted to qurretl with youy Privateo' l and, and he wa arrsileied o Pur-
Jenkins-'i sthoult drink up hisber. ita imnd. r1e w Lrd1 eetf to Pr-
lIament t' neudr Rated iFminry lss
slr. and c 'eek Itr t o ok a set ot tIo Cablest; I la O be
-' -' -- "- wae offered the (toywrnor4-nerstiWhip
ici LikeM HI.Melbor. of India a"d a mouth fllwltg hibe
TLife eills a ood story of the small appomttmept bhe wase raised A the peer-
son of a certain unlyercity professor. xp a nd bsmaie i t CuOnwi aof Ke-
whose parents are deervdily popular di1eton. Ilgrn'leniLd .Liberals aid'
fore their tact s0il eou1toi01 sp1e1l.b' thit hih ris Was due mote ce Mm. Cuar-
The goipgtfl app4rmlrc it the blumn etso than to himsmir;. bat If A Kuan tias
of a fellow-"ro'oflsw s b esn hftatinslu ga eooib to lemm8se s etflOv we-
asked Mrs. -- it h mih4t oalo at tm for .a wife. (hW aoft tos t m c ,to
tihe pariks rf. PIOrBiSaltio w& 4<.t h a ri*soai fowr pofilf*w fli' of
enise, rptt ag 4 .$ Mres. -" at *to'-Wara* enttswaen h
stat itmpfti w oe I sf s eIs. .; *

IIl, Ih iic iK c. f i, i i ,c it -,. ih 'ln l ii l.-i tell
I l tng ili 1 iitto l li'- tl-.e-. After lthe
li li v. rt .r l ilictll'-I i 'tlarii' r ill t 'I
i il 0' f to wi. 1 nil r\e.-lihlnt llilng fori
i .i.t i ttiiitil- -ill. Illi ,0l c!ll' ficltiei cI l >Ii'
i ll-c h f teciita" \\ ,-c iliEl' eet-lll ic I1
.1 ill w ,i ". i n i ffl. ,, li i t .iu -ii ki, rtati il
i 1 .i ll ,'e l ed
I'ight. I -tiii r l it--li la. li.elec t, ha
.Irii .li ii. ili rltil l i litr iiils i' ied ili0 lii

t- I t ''ice lee itel iittry'i t l contiltexitig
I i\l i l it i ftl l t ill' < I r ivt y, 'll itull w i,

icel i cc d icvliei i t' o nhc me lati di ultli i
1 HP. I n hl tile li v rl ni- I1t le 1 o tnhe.- ti'.

il l %ilri 'tilh v \'IimI t-h l ii li ai ti'l lit
iiI.h I. Ill Ihem1 e Iteirl'le4iIim cIt 111 i, If l-.' l
I.i reii hll. wtill l')y i twlfy 1tie VtonIce il't

i 'c'IIIteIl. l tice I IIita i ilrc liee fill- m-1
%I II Iteliic i leieiill I c' latl n ill 3 I ii' l
Iall l Ill. cici l -'. ` Ichl llll t ll i ie lil 1
c.,id-el'. lle e lcill3 l lt i'et y' nlgu tlli l'ei ci I'

tlili t' u l itvi geo I ti lieio lgoi ne a i l .it i
n 1iii llt- cM> a cr i lice-cNillt i l i ,III
Cciii l' aii-cclic l n13 'hlu i. li lihiciI-. I
iiiii l l I' lli, I im I i lie t Il'eia.' Ihi ll'

tu ree ifL t oee1 h II out aimed1 mIlr. lnirc'
i1 oatllll lic c et li. 1 I'' ll l' tlli ihh lll I1ell
il ll lailt' 1t tll 11 lli i el 'ie t il lS ii
e h i cati"d Ili t ll' l c1a tl- i ell c isil li 'll

i Ai s il' u Ie o r tosil liltlal iihi st il lil I
Iille eIc''e tihl I. 1 tic \' li I'Vlc Ill ilt'lc' I hflit ll' IaIiilY Am rii l,
1e 11'1 1 iielle lli i llaOg l ti ht ia d Ihi t c'cilcI
c'lill' hillll it lll ill l l tlitYou t re cotll

,itc a id li.'h ii lure to le on'l 4 ittI
I i ll3'yo sit ir g o l ii\hig l i 1 fti ccll

'imi'iUl'iil lt ce mri cll' ly ll. l lic e iIi e I
3-I'lnre is, t lio lt Ildriili'ci'1 l' yo cin'll'

iatd ilt 'r nu'ilt Ili' v ii i c I'lhn 'u's et lto ie
iei- eilel leici I c Ithioii' i eit ef li>i
ige a' lly iOiwer AtllhuttIe t 1 ol fl nie'

h4ii1' teil'i hl eti il ccii all' Mile l eil li
''111 c hiu i e cefit- di'l illeml l', VIlgli 'ic wii
llli efll owingItt.' ihc 'erywc hre. h ilS
it aiinitI r i I'livla porc lc i iil-t eirii f i1 it
lii i tcha Iliic-,of li ie l'lil l. le clll ilc eil

illh .%n J1- allr'3 l 11d yo w kII nlr I
igi' li a' .1 111" Iuf ll. le 1 nil n % ii%

I I- hi-jivi nowinirti oui ft al.l s lon.
` 1 .lil ie ll mu e Iir ilini'l y In I h l 1111

III .t c In f i "i' mm l-ic lti'1 it-
IIsil'lh1 li i l" 11 11 111- 1)1 i0, fo. v Hi li Al lll fill

cI c'ie4 aI- evl' il Imie lihl di t er ul i, I i11
iiihd Ilil i llh'chi .i> ellir 11h li ll'lt Hii I
htilcit ec'. lr t'ci cu'l euii lo' cee t tl i li'"IIeiisd

uill. dl ellY r clI ill. IemI f l ou I'lle. ill
lie i li l iIof Il iil' II i'' f i t i ll' ili i
Ii cc h .i i I. '- |ii lici iluc i lit I 1i i lt ll'il

I'lIie ells d lilimi ac' ti ta11 c't h i aici IIlie

A button novelty ie tof linleil aidI
orniainlnild wil l t llsh c i l r it. ,-i u s
Vrlla. 1r"i IIa l l worn l 4. ima li lihe
face, inlaigligK cll'nilglht lroim I lie hill

OneP niml now glet lli' liii' nikitil of
whilli Iniwo It inutelI the lal i girdlh-a
to ruatelh.
At hitIl tihe l i hu 'w ill hI thiliikI uf
Ihe neck nutppenri Ogu al onin i Kowi
fresh from l'iuli I.
viirytlliiig leirlallliiag to Ill Dilrec-
loire Is hurling dpvlerd and thought out
In wearing alpplarel.
MuaslI rlolibi uof figured linen canvas,
bordered with aitinl the color of the
fighire, nre natrat'ilve.
Mhades of oflon kliin appear nl fem-
lueno fripperies-onily Parls knows theu
colors by other names.
NeCt e muroidered witb sfrn,' o Ie lhur
Ian aind p aetork colors liger nl anilng
the lsew mllllilry inodtis.
Home' of bthe msiarleit Freuch sallors
have for trinlaulng a iJlidn scarf ciet-
terued In dniJ Orlental volorm.
it Is a giod Wloia to iinmake ltaloratoe
sUuimordre'issc wilh cr4tdnillclt g1iilUt.

be removed for Peri'iicit l drclsh. "
Vel ouf ihalded hlffion are worn oiy
a few iwomnel. iini'e hlindliig Ito pur-
pl1e belig t he favor as It iliunmIicesa
the rose wihe of o perfect -onpletllnu.
RoFilih miwtrials prevsll Tf the1 -io-
iesh eFor n 9uaOiltly waelknlt fowic
for street wear. slllbeine, raimnep's hair,
nod routh flab wted eheviote are moes
Very eiarinlug deslicscm roins (a the
new tapo 4tmlare. whleb run Ito elleo.-
ate ,stole, tab and bertha sffPecth. and
always *ienere s alionder leaglib pad
Tlhe -wnlking leiltlh skirt is ot nol-.
venrally rrconiz d for itreot wer,
and miati brmoadelotlh i or ziblln O Iwni
are made' with twu kirts-oue lops.
asid mie *h 'ri.
Tud nnsrrt it-r' SOW1i of the bout
is the o or bltack, dark biue. or brown
,Vtlre t4*ItuttIdlyi hirl ld nod actd m-
Itrmdei 4m t 0 w1nM wtlh lheadaOaie
fus. The yvery flsa eprbl, ll beetal
mowa of ir-i"" moss as e*w 00-W w'
g t e 6d l te id y f, .. "'

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,ly" iciutri' ,l'l 11 lieiccli htl e,, lt w l hil i l in,, r Wiine nil l spirit lienti p Gen-
uill'eet'i hi lhl r c Ii% Ice lice Hll'hib i i 'n e 'nilly elptm' ltik g It cofftl tilrty' pounds
linallwi.vy stlill0n. ." Ktlig ai 11 y teo o el utid n child to sil
WIE11iiI. W A I IID i I ,'l.IcEfl). ic.ll i leii day schooll, so iedliifArloim 1
eH-r' itil 1ited and a the mi majority of the
II Ic m ie iimuileru it iicliui llct inht Winl' |lic miiI(N neliuiot ireitd or write.
.1111 1 lire i- licil i.' ilttiaNI %OcOcet'Wii SliII -- I(
Ili%\\ li i're '' l i ( lf thl ll, .llni l ti l itilll TIrliW r liltn of Letters.
'l't' rii''Prt iltl tilt ('I.11" witi Io 'aI I i i A mtii i' N fil iI'rcl'hilai unK' spitl:
i 11itam n i .1,l1in11ry 21 glii ri' e to t Il "Iil my .' 'iyoun'ieRr l iIy I ised to write
1 inlor c llii \c;\ir wini 11) lipe1ei e dle lril ciltinO prtly 'tlihlsy' le1lt'rs -anid signed
% Ill J1ii|,iu t. cii)cl I. li'ed a fiill of Illin wi th i n I haii. Ioi. 1i' lmlintllr'e. Oln
Mlcu-ke it c Ii, I ielim iiM cin iluaritite. lily ir'eL vIlt Ic'Net w York I called ain
Fhe-r l" h ia ii' Ii, lie iin io ll e ( tpllnl Ai loIt>ute wIthlli ilin I ii i d loc eil ao Ii4rgs
- lin In itvly c I'e h mn cotiit ldret ilt-itier tl. i lillulice., nil lii lmlrichrlcil ne yne'lf to the
. It Ie Ih (t' holit d oirc t eiilillcin lnm il a re- onilor piiirln 1e- lookrile down at me
1 iolillhcird a l i' lYiic i Iin IIidm i. i it Il n n0mom1 nt uiiel ail1 id: 'hoi tills a M r','
Ihll lil line wlir lr she iil ini ev, I hei 1 h 1ian fmlitl I li'/ I Ilhoughlit I'o i your let-
Iryl'i Ii iorilx iisi' revol'il nralmlit Ilie Ie rn that yoi we re lit Ialent he'ren feet
o'Vi-erl iiilil i'l'rliK Iarg (il II I-ll .v ilor t I 'ia l omt f i l. .lohlmn lli wI h iis tho ra liV ri Inni diles bui l-
(. ciiiilry e Il i i. I li i cll l c- 'ii' llh toi ie -i, I'iirl ti it' hi liimreltslonii of him
-'-, i lc' "lehit' ititng (t l ih w' 'trc." |ier'- fit i l '-respitntili t iii lield Ily it.' Mi rl-I |ilo)lltnu ic ud t ii ai it l. ipllinion of c r ePri p r il ei eld'et, wbpfher
sl liiimil S llyerj' or 1s. %ller, I cm viihli% liate nlsset. the
ho 'i'lunill eil i tof i )rIc.l lNllll 4 rm'cile In lIaniorilln rc of gaudlt eIlle r nrlt' llit Is
iilll 'li- .fh Ihl oly i fili t ." 1 lld it ri 'e ll oliv'ilm 'i aea'lir cr tlir' m ai inLileh ri es
SINI'K Iil li n mildia iiciemlin il-cii i I l e Kg 'ci1 Ci ) 1it l ie liai 'i'a l in 'o)0inrtiillte lci'. Keep
Sqciuin of tlirt l'Krenillin,i wiit-l li ic- oet l. c lit, lilin.m iiid hall it Idolv Ad
liik lkHlio river. Fl'or linlre theyey wiitIeiid "n 3's'y" l;'tiP I it mouil o bullet for Ilis
I lit e hl lw(i' s ni l Iry l ilni t In order to ( it l- bllt t'tiisu ih In IrlluI i m the best
Ii- r Ili itr ticli ii l iil t rl-r e iiyern-t ip IileiK Iin I I It tec r t jtIl. It never
lih liicell3' cclt-Ileic-A m' i, c.iii rii l [Ite li y ii i'iiilllll. ae n s illy aMood If It is sent. No
Itir prIeiNi. ilin ll i'i-c id lililluself in anybody's esti-
I wiialrtic'ili ii lo' er'iaa ni arin i haranfr ilnii nIiilllo liy loiln eringll his|| diigulty, and
ilelli1g ovr c Ii'me i.i ). for ilii irt hJi oure lil nnilr y la.lg(er 14 at inost tin ll lli e(i
dIm II IM n f1 r ti U e i In lr-ii'c at ti l; al t p lE'rforiniinu A funity eI sareastcl
I llaeinl lie- rI' glIo tt li 'i nlprne' loIIs hilltiitni s t l'iter In nlt I etsI a risky xs-
Selln tind wimOiluen wil i tinted hnIr 'ihiluei. A Iltter n lnot nwiiiays read
inlli dui4ll, Mliling.a ry'., trusi lilphil ovlerm ll th imnond of lthe ninn wiho siei It.
euiili i ohier illlimitl uiltirinl l i iin rd. helt of him wll ti r'ielv'es It. annri onl
T'hliey c iiiriP hlinllihig ailonrg Ilke o vast ca ii ne 'ver 11c ill long I'ralgo hbow .e hi
irrlc of bliffalopes beingei drilvn into ae o.'r-ltllpondIhl'l liver Im i'tinfg. Time
slohuckini. Thuei'e were lio nomilite of IIsed i l riwrlitlliif lA ille Is, nvei
lil.r1ry ilnlighter or jistuhig to lbei harili wlimlted. It nolt uily minakes that letter I
on ritlry M'||. its there whouli hive le'lter. bill It helps to make thi mltl '
le. l icin KItf. ii id, biut iniply in silllh'in oni rligli tiho i 'sit lime.- IThes fte gt
tei int igretvw piimd'alvc leHi tlle worl -whilch Iik tlie ilUasanle g lJan 'e 'a
hours nitidl hy. arel enoilgh, aind anything more is too'.
I.AACK i, F NTIitl S A irltuch, .
'rile peaMllntll, itundhigtliK lilhl ) up oilt Itsi sa lns. lest sand L *ill.
tlho el-h uIet'm st ail, i vli.,n hli.g y wihilg d to i t 'leral inr. ilnlt i granr l dlvl onalai o ef
tome down i ilnily stopped eil the ihe ili tlonliy- lb i li Uet Ru.slaps,
people lbelow thi-hel wllhmeut saying a the 1-ti. ITeslia Iland the White ns-
wori, allioigIlmhi h.ei'ed ite silly plelp itily' sll 'Tis G rent iiicraul s etlitro ia t 'ea
of roclni ti lhm', iiu'olrl it.I Thos A Moscow, the Little liuastalns at Klfel, ,
witro itre' kaui ke lowlt cts.r ot Ull, il*e hit0i 4of thie 'White lul solil 1
Ibruisled off ho liiard snow, and looked pure belt hewirlihiillutioll In'lsst a..0-
smilhlily after (lie mtual or voman who v led than thal of the olir two. fl*, A
Iiii iMi.H.i.l hailtr fall, bilt lsldinaM. Oeamt ssians, mAny ties tfhe a1
rn utility ll eaannt; are awful numerous, are the rigorous asu p10 ','
wielh oll ciln, rotiel. a they hauvo no u gri element of lbeo Russllian lIta.
ilieilgetionc'", to oeltble them to be ia. Th"'iit' the least SIlvic, it has be '
luned wiltl. "Tire uountd TeCoiaeniks tIhe Irent ololSr e toflth llate leq. "
can banidlu thoeio ip to a ertilami point, s mhoeil eIstiay1 u 11 n ot a ll ot "
bat when al(b peasant hv l us estoo strula.
eluotgh thyhhey Ocaack aid hJ oe-rl l's aR t plan'S l
pull hIl off his horto acd Ihlrow him oftlnM '"hilh hirsta low: his 4li a '
oc lice ground, wwhite, litaeyieoe 011mn lUl,
'res years ano there was strike In51 blond T'Ie Little J
acnomiW Iorkniemu of.a Iatrse mill a hlend omer,. taller. vl g't'-w -m- .
lHtlie, way ,lut o1lfoscow. Till, nglsllh littn l moe- ,
imiionage wrwho wo i,>tli.ilaer lilh the l le. i.volii ie nel ttt.MiOMe 1.
people, wl.nt oWtallloli, tL d.l.rll tileone. chore lttllivmiuy *ip 34
unm.i fil tryr to Imiuti Iliaant to rertunl drea mlia syanSd pll .
to wqrk. -ThinWhite

Without IIttPrinKgi W111111 ill"ny "s'lit 1 seized tnl e I i t*0' Wea"w W1. Wtlr ".,'
the uinfoi.tlnal ,r.i,.l andl-r tlad l ly rJ Jf l o|114 "4 *,I:-, f
rent him to pieces in full ,vew of hi. other twoLa.9Z1si 0 *wl'
horror-strickenl ivIfe. whip was looking In_ old hi _l s.wa B,,,
out of an upper wrilow. bentale. .' C'! *il fl .
These are thb wiltd lords that the wfS 1t4 las I- e"I
Riclfvow smiudltolta re rylng to no Cricse S ne a. S ^-li,
s-sust the govertmemitAt. If oucrs thse' 'llt-,NLj tPit
Uceelid in erlinii the peasants to. riavE, ^.IFtsd .t,
Jiheaven help thoae tritaeil ot onB t q' s i ,m-0 -
waym bhCue tlo tle soW.Il lit'..^''l t o ii
tated of tle soil wiN shboP no eabed 1Ef b5 t*we#11. the a
to man. womnain or child. "IlniJ -intt a0no e ons
)ULTITVDT R or guIwsp OVi n.',, mnrnD

Trefe ro about 1 1
Ints ia Moswow, ut4n
and haelU4s, The Chteli
In ObRq ikmllo.a. saele
each ome tls a col Bigt,

s Ut'us5e'rtetlli

' ,I L -n

, 5Vr1

for your i-rneral opp"osiloi to mission
woi-rk. IHere"s ain easy one for ca'illhs
l ilt icllea filld eounitet'r Jumper. look
out. now, f(or' a vgol one for lie poor
i ltie r ie' th ll lil t% I it i yolU."
1 t 'il.. I ...' .I lI.I,' l.i I,11 1,' l nii i
lI e llis iilt "'Il .. 11 i, 'ei' fii, 1 flit.
Ai o rem' iii il 1ii c' i. 't iii l t I I
thllt ll. ili'tl ill. it .l .',1,' c tile .l il. I, llte
1I o i t I., .I A I I .:['dh' l l
'If I' f ihIn Iil lh Int' i ltc i' t iil'i c c ,ii -1i

cl u Ril, i > i :i..,i l .ttm .i 1 e I i ,t l iicild l. i

-ii I i rl 'i I.t i.' I l it i it l l il. i\l lit.411 I ilt', I

if 11. l 1ii '.iil'l. I 1 1i iia ras. ii. 'i' liti tlT

0illl lil!,h,-l i 0114il' c.v'% -A %. lost d LhLi
low iv tih" I i'-.1..l, itl nil (illrl'p litbu. i11i1
11 \vl >,l,,71 1 1 diil hiMirllI-r', fl forl." l'it.tli.


Russiaai ty to believe tha t(
s By Walter Williams. only lip on i* terf's Day, bt til
S ,in a I mt, as tithpsatop oep its on
S-- nid (niy througliglIOt :t6 It
.to be eouB on it lA rgest!
RUssia's Sacred tilee,, h ,>t
A.,, liusNhl1l11 tip tlp fi le lil ,
Sho>ttis or restartirlintt eneb tis tl B
City. ling i'" p thbilr voats Liv "ing in
!I I zt'l l11i'ip, tild vaot b sc4t vast Ui ^
Iil. l, i he p catbroo T ar e
Ai'e ehal'Pge CiI 'pAt01tt4tE4

Moscow,the OldCap- l,,l ,,I n re
Sital, Place of Shrines ittpir ,,eece..,sday .uave
nd1 Nihlllsts. *" the beth-oom its order to se the sail.'
| and Nihilists. : rle light. .
I)During IThe present war crisis onet
dii noht ebri the sUbJect t10el 'o i
0 api5ilhicly ifit it. i 'oterabur bint aif Moe16
tL. s ci, i> 'il tll ; i.h l ,, -c ,'i,, it vnt- (Ue subject of d ip uaW tBI
iJ t Is clih mliil i m It.'.'- '... a1.1 ,l'glmicl',ltr. 'Tlie nciclent capital'
T li l forl ic'i' i 1ui11i i- rietllly lilte .liliec hTlleRt of Itusila, nd u
i lilio\v. i tt \Il-e,\'lriit' imete1- linii -s. tly re*
I mi m mll terrow sir'e .ttti, ie, s lli .l iii' -trimanti of that nowtbher
,.-t itit ',-i' t.cliiNitl' l''eliie'tll r u. Ini c l i i i i t w ith limelr st m ait d t Ail*t,
:>,l ie.n nil it'.ii \iill 11 rf rfi lltn of lie- I.s lk \ ,3a i ln l phitln ablupt o op lil
,-ie i.e, Ii,. lir i .i e-t. .I't >lie mutt 'ftro t f ior tspi' li. i *V
ltit i lid'etc .il2in3. l' '.hli 't'trlhiy. it tl filll l l ire oNier ty of the
11t i.i 1.1 i |i: en t i l : 1it lc-m Ii e' c ile' [1t1i Shnili i'lm mielll r I'e 'ikl i ( ill.'ill i Mo oDliOW.
i ,lii,.' .i< \1..... t i ti i il l 4f1' of ll i n intll s miien of iiniling atid rel ute
t ti"lt" wiro all str-i-glyl.v lngaist war witt
S h ,i 1.1, 'irl..*l- t, cit t ll etil t ii t ir.\ 11i 3 lil ttl'iilllloi. 'Tlie nin sPI' of the Co l-.
l,. 'i... i it ,li -i it lel< I u tc i liin tlie' eil ll' i ''rt >i vl ply liikfflerenlt.
n ii, i .ii, iI,. f s,, ,i .l |i ,. in ih \.,i h li s not ir 'ln e tIhem tow
.. i-. o f., .... 1 i. i l .1 i. .i,.- lr ISHi -If I iil i < i. ll I
t 0 ii it 1, tilt' li t, 1i1l2 i i illl l I ;',,iie .I lil iI \i'iiim| ,I| t -i c'i-'4111' "lm 13inle % Ilieii. S fthlier illii- i,' ii llhiMi, e i lt t the
N11 1ia .i i. It ilt'ih itn.. I.< L'i1 \\ i I ell 1 .. iir. l'm tiei l eti i Ii eci 't; m very little
I 11. lh 1. 1 iilii .1.I1 lini r;ll Ih h"ir lll- Il (lh. \ %'jjN, ill' ilii rlote il fIll MlOe .'
ilei'ls lii l.-ile I'.i tlo F <''.'l litic N icrlny ft ry nnlt %. iu Ituisi la wears
coiifrotlc's Is Kit li l. Il tit litil. fill milt ir if inlll kilinl l'or other. Tbe
S N |illi ultl h lne (; t ilt \it iN Illh ti -I Jit l ',-tI l i- iili ir 1 o ie' lerlihpa. In lhe
' tlirtilllt tlo Irn tVilli to t i-li t lli "iS' ns cf I'etillnuit'm It0 -t." leluidlni.
S ilim. In lhe lliep loniN (ol lr or f tilt 1 S .in.i llti'p I 1re' 0i1 ( li) U hll lioll- .
lirem li there'z april' 8 11 pleesP a of i' i- ll .' Inl Ittite ln m 111 lilt n IiI iiilsle'n il i-
iI Ii fll l h cil re lel' left lilll l l h iU In.tlh e t ilel'c 1' Illt ol'rA- to act fairly tip to
y 't l 1111 of i -ti12. It( rules.
S I'lhi-S' .' i tLiin-. RcNiitl.' Ihl'tlsO., W vi UInllormiis tr iv worn lly at least two-
tI ll lln tily tl.,,iit It Napii ilooloi frloi Ithe titrila of (lie I aile popuiltiln on soime
1 I'ciitiiiti A.ii-i'ili1c1t, Ittillil e, mSicaI- psceliec se or oilier. AuilA teirJ gq p37
I t 1.,I 11c l'tieri lc 1et ,l'tl iK tia iii'- 1 l nl i i'ii are iBit lred InorI- gt iltdiily
l l,ns i1le Ii ,l i (.it iinilKim i tghill t 'Coisaknck otlicer'S, liussliani pride'
i e 1t'm illl' la ellrIt I olllc i t a r tiillI1n linP ll illi i H ll lltthe f l ha t hnt oy 4re
'I |i. I irt1lit'1-mii AlIl M i ti'nitv Oi ltlm'i'r i l" O' lice elicy lntiilhti where every Indivdid.
i i<>t l tilii tl'lti mul untl it'- lin oie" n w'e k. I d o not
l' i .v ti 'r11 il llc't I LoO' I thli Bl\lli t wiih to i 1on 1y thils. R I mainly have nmet
i lie'tl nt m liilitighit or einrly Ii I l ti' llthin on theli- ro i-wiiishing lays.
I itiito ln-g., c l.lii lln 1 i liinhn lilimt were M oln"m w Is tir r i iiore licillily Ithnm St.'
Y ixel>li. 'I'li' i1iltllhirv liinids tliid Witll- PPrterlsia rg. bilut in td stror town to'llve
S I luIg tif liiiille-r''ller-'i liy wivie itflll In tl'enally. Thle wellihby luhabit
S vct'ln'rt wrli'o e nl-iilliim flmli Ihi' ll nes apein l inioy like waitoer. ies.
S1e'iti<. N. hlin ll n t tlite liii l oi i If l ie l iraimilt hlituve to pay frotui 100U to
i n. ~t..l mi.i 14-.,I -i i. c t l e'll. lr-rf nlhlll I LOll 1Mcilunlids' later ll ln per anlitlin for





I'i~f~irnTstfla lns2 'Jl

do with turning public lansoveIr
to the railroads than any other' one
l member of the Board of Internal
Improvements; but any farmer csa
k-.A:. ackthe steel off of that point by
a.. uathng the fact that Mr. Davis, if
he was governor, might completely
S change the board by appointments
-as Governor Jennings has done
.". twice since he became governor-
and soon would have just such a
board as would, suit him and in all
,' matters vote with him.
And then, near the colelusion ot
Mr. Hampton's reply, the writer
S. row emphatic as well as eloquent,

"'f5 *"Wo know the railroad are ac-
ttl In trying to control legislation;
we know they are trying to capture
verv man In power who will- be
S ured, and that they are injuring
N rids by oppressive freight rates,
S. lt tnot we, for us. then, to' us
l Xtra caution, and our own judg
m' ent, in the selection of ourt e0di.
dates from what we know of them
Solves, rather than what other
.:', eanida~ates say of them?"
S ly Mr. Hampton's friends
Consider the first sentence of
th.shove a humdiliating confession
to be made by one wh6 is trying to
iidefend Mr. Davis, and the last sen-
tencela a question to which every
anti-Davis man is willing to give an
affirmative answer. Then, if the
railroads are doing what Mr.
a Hapton says they. are (read it
Again, please,) .had the people not
better drop Mr. Davis, who admits
that he rides on free passes, and
Swho Is being earnestly supported
by every paper owned or controlled
by Henry' M. Flagler, an offioTal of
the Standard Oil Company and one
of the most powerful railroad mag-
nates in the South?
Mr. Hampton is an affable gen-
tleman, add an able writer on some
objects, but he evidently struck a
isag when he tackled the Broward-
Dovis controversy.
T. J. Appleyard, editor of the
j 4: Florida Index and "a candidate at
large for delegate to the National
;. Convention, is devoting a lot of his
E' editorial space to telling the people
of 10Qia what sort of a fellow the'
S dlitot 4"tf the GAINMSVZILI STAR
Ui '.. BDrother Appleyard, among oth-
t r' r assertions and tinsiuations says:
.. -*'he editor of the STAR, we be-
UV, was on the prohibition ticket
P ass a presidential elector not abomany
Smoons ago, and has always voted
: that party ticket in nwaferene to
.i DXaocratic ballot when -he had
-Ba opportunity of doing so." The
MOW w4d will notice that Mr. Apple.
j"ij', d says he w.,xavaa the editor'
t o th&rAe-A h l 1e o and so.
S" kTh ct is l,e'haArd don't
A '', to tIow nuw -of anything
'.- pt what the. corporations tell
'Of course Mr; Appleyard ib dead-
l gaanst mSy man .who oppose
liquor traffic; but if he Was
d aad was at all fair he
b4 t be abt"ng us br.. begt
dential elector on the pro.
ticket eight years ago
l Pthe candidate. hel
.:'seamestly now voted-.
'KA^ooQ'ioS Stattd hai


vote agqil

oerat of Plorida, Mr. Flagler asked
for and received front them a special
statute'of divorce which he could
have obtained from no other civi-
lized State on earth-a statute
passed not in the interest of the
people or on their demand, but for
the sole benefit of Mr. Flagler and
other wealthy citizens able to pay
their way.
S"Now,after receiving all these
special favors, Mr. Flagleri a Re
publican, has seen fit to inject him.
self and his political -schemes ltto
the ranks of the Democratic party
of Florida. IPr broadgauge inso-
leune and unadulterated gall this
clim*i the apoue.
S'Scsaraly a greater misfortune
than his coming into Florida could
have befallen the State. The subt'e
Influence of bis money and the
questionable elects of his Standard
Oil business methods are having a
distinctly damaging effect up.on
public morals, and are surely and
certainly educating the young mrnit
of the State into a receptive meiital
and moral condition suited to the
growth of corruption and fratid of
every shade. That Democratic
newspapers, conducted and edited
by Democrats, should justify arnd
condone this interference in Demo-
cratic politics by a millionaire Re-
publican Standard Oil magnate Imut
proves the truth of the foregoinig.
"If Pat Murphy, the emis-try,
passed down the line last week
warning the employes of the E ,st
Coast Railway that they were x-
pected to vote for Taliaferro at the
10th of May primary, prolaaily
many a young man employee felt 0or
the first time the shock of dishonor
to his manhood and the stab of cor-
ruption to his integrity.
"There is a report that the abuve
mentioned 'warning' has humiliated
a number of young nien employes
of the railroad who are Republicans,
because to comply with 'orders'
they will have to swear to support
the Democratic ticket before they
sani vote.
"The News has no unfrieudliuess
toward Mr. Flagler or any of his
business projects, but it draws the
line when It comes to politics, our
our own State. affairs, and demauds
'hands off.'"
From the best information ob-
tain. ble at this time, with reference
to the candidates for United Oen-
ate, congress (from the Second
District) and. Governor, it seems
that the result of the first primary
will be about as foHows:
84to. oi. flrstl;' Jennings, sec-
ond; Tataferro, third; Call,fourth.
Bat*a, ist;. Alexander, Second;

his visit was greatly enjoyed. Harvey
leaves in a few (lays for the annual cruse,
they will be out about two months, after
which they will have a short vacation
which he hopes to spend sat'his house in
this city.
lnlJ V i.nn V FhnJ.tif L.

Clak, -third; Dougherty, fourth; pon I UUP LUUl10i U
Watson, fifth. THE--
SneWard, first; Brown, second;Je l L un r
Davis,third; Mays, fourth. There
ma be some changes in the situ- J. Runkle, Proprietor,
_4 before the primary, as Brown GAINESVII.EA IA.
"B*S to be gaining rapidly, and it A
P'lbetag predicted that the corpor- T
atlons may "dump" Clark and J AI .
take up Dougherty at any time. '' ,

When the result of the first prl., *:.! "
mary becomes known Brher
Appleyard of' the illo0ide' .A
Will be taken sutd .

ward allow


I Hii 11UUBfllf I wise-it w a The C ocQ and Rockledge News',
D. B. GODWIN. In a lengthy editorial replying to
Editor and PAopeletor. the St. Augustine Record's praise
-z of Mr. Plagler, the man who owns"
entered April S8, 190,, at oGanMvell, the Recbrd, and the Times-Union,
Fla., as second-class matter, under A and furnishes the money t keep
Congre ofMarh3 9. these two Taliaferro, ClaWf d

Published every Tuesday and Friday, Davis organs circulatISU the
at $1.00 a year in advance. hope of defeating Sto t't, a rrsa
50o Cents for Sx Moath, and Broward, I oi : qoml sensible
as.Centa for Thres.Months. talk asf.O. ": '

HAMPTON"If BROWARD. had been content
HMPTON O BROWARD. to#0 l -,ii' slness entei prise
We have been reading and study- t t i_, Democratic poll-
ing Mr. B. F. Hampton's reply to Democrd e been well.
Mr. Browsrd, as it appeared in or.he came before a Demo-
niorping contemporary Sunday loSt' to JFlorida Legislature asking
and we find it more of what might 1 i railroad charter, iH WAS
be termed quotations frbm dry law, GRANTD VERVTHING H ASKD
and mtifying explanations (?) than o. In his irrevocable charter lihe
anything else, and we feel ure that holds today rights, privilege and
the voters of Florida are not going franchises possessed by no other
to take a law course under Mr. citizen of Florida. The people of
Hampton before they exercise their citizen of lora.towed upon H M.
rights as citizens at the ballot box laglr it have betow the grpontest value
on the. I oth last. and rariest .es egration. They
Their a point thatany oneca esra slyand
consider that Mr. Hampton make; have best6* tbi graciously and
is where he states in substance that in the pinrit of true frienmarkdship.f
Mr. Davis could have no more to favor and friendship from the Dem-
--W _-S,-1---. --favor and friendship from the De-

* For Coner, rj1 _,1
Vote for L.T X iri'T. oh* bruat
magnates and Republican politi-
clans like .14M Etripling, of Jack-
fotvllle, are. -anxious to defeat
Iafts, but the people should elect
1him. They qeed him in their busi-
Vote against a State Convention.
Two primary elections (one May
so and the other June :7) and the
general election in November, will
be politics 'enough for this year,
without having a convention that
is not needed. Vote agal tnst a State

For United States Senator voto
for John r..0. Stokton the
valiant Democrat whose enemies
have become so. desperaLe in their
attempt to defeat him that they are
employing the writings of tile Re-
publican politician Joe Stripling, ol
Jacksonville, for that unholy
Try Pagan's market for beat meats.
Miss. C llie Easterlln spent a few days
last week with relatives in High Springs:
L. C. Gracy, of High Springs, was
atmolg the business visitors to the ciat
Mrs. Turner; the popular proprietres!
of the Bronson hotel, was shopping in
the city Saturday.
W. R. Coulter, a prominent business
man of Brouson, was transacting business
in Galaesville Saturday.
'J. R. Williams, a prominent citizen andc
business man of Alachua, attended the
speaking here Saturday.
T. P. Davis, a successful truck fsrunel
from the Rocky Point section was autong
the visitors to the city Saturday.
Hon. W. A. Strickland, of i'araduliase
Was amoong those who came in Saturdsa
to hear Stockton and Broward speak.
QGo. L. Taylor, manager of tire Gaines
viule Peach Orchard Company at Pal
Smer, attended the political speaking her
e John A. Maultsby, the clever brick
A manufacturer front Cainpville, was greet.
0 ing friends and transacting ouitriess hIre
e Sattuday.
The ovation received by Stockton and
Broward here Saturday, was probably ,i
unpleasant surprise to the Taliaferro and
Davis supporters.
Attorney W. S. Brooune attended th
political speaking at Judson last Friday
and says it was one ot the biggest occa
slous of the season.
f W. k. Steckert, the clever sepresenta
tive of the Cummer interests ira this sec
tione spent Saturday and Sunday will aii
interesting family it th s city.
S Dr, C. C. harra, a prouinsant citizanr of
Highi springs, spent I riday tight int th
ctty, nnl untte-etilel tie Stockton iand
Brow;ad p. king helre Satt'riay.
2ll*. J. .M. W white .iill tchit.iru i te
seidinlg aii iile w th tih i s ( iisner'. pi r
enlts, M r. hinl a t i ia k t La ii uii. i* .) Ilrt
and Air W hite is uth.aeldy Ite iin ni.- ti
look like an old bachelor.
A voter front the West lE.i .l i a
"Pennell, W illar,! anti lingrc, .ll .:.ave
qood friends in the West ELIn, a*l
Hague is gaining ground, bt it it ithe
r opinion of many that Pennell %ill ntm ii
r the first primary.
Nothing tempts women like style It
our sho department you will find shoe!
that are tempters. Just ask to see otir
' "Empress Grade" Ideal l'atent Kid Its
Sa 3.5o shoe but we sell it for only $2 .so
We can tempt you on other grades as
i well. L. C Smith.
We are glad to learn frost cotmese
and goers throughout the county, that
County Judge H. 0. Mason is likely to
be elected by a much larger majority
this Ume than he was the last taime Ihe
was elected to the office. We trust very
Friend of the Star will put in a vote for
Judge Mason.
Air.. and Mrs. Zack McKiuney, of La-
Crosse, were in the city Friday, sud paid
the Star office an agreeable vist, and Mr.
McKInney, who is one of our oldest and
naoat valued subscribers, renewed Iris sub-
scription. Mrs. MeKinuey hiad never
been in Gaineaville before, and she was
delighted with our city.
The friends in this city of Harvey Mc-
Cormack, midshipmant at the r'lited
States Naval Academy, Atnapolis, will
be p.leasad to learn that hlie is getting
along nicely. Senator Mallory, to whom
all are devoted, visited them recently and

"pon. Wlliam Mclnaley, Prealdent of
the United state, Washington, D. C.
"esr: Utdersmtadmln that Mr. B.
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Jacksonville, Vta.. Apr ls, 18, 04.
To e flah Demooratie actor of the
Beyond Congreassional District of
There is' being published In the
"Trust-ownqa" ind the '"ruat-subsldls-.
ed". press of this Congressional Dis-
trict, a letter from J.. l. Stripling,
RepublIean United States District At-
torney, which was written and is be-
ing published to Injure me and Mr. J.
N. C. Stockton, with Democratic vot'
f eras. Mr. Stripling, however, attempts
to Injure us by pretending to be our
friends, when the truth la that he is
particularly desirous of defeating us
in the Democratic primary election.
Why Stripling Seeks to Injure Barre
and Stockton.
Mr. Stripling isa one of the very close
eat personal and political fr.endal or
udge Charles Swayne. whose impeach-'
ment is now pending before Cungresa.
I Both Mr. Stockton and I are Important
witnesses against Judge Swayne. I
testified February 18, 1904. before the
8 Congressional Committee, that Mr.
s Stripling had, in the Interest of Judge
Swayne, attempted to Induce me to
leave Washington when I was there
urging the passage of the Act of Con-
e gress which took this Congressional
Distre;t out of Judge Swayn'sa Juris-
r diction, and that he, Stripling, &aad
g tried to induce me to stop supporting
that bill, but that I remained in Wash-
ington urging the matter until the Act
finally passed.
Mr. Stripling Is very much Incensed.
because he knows that he paanot pre-
- vent Mr. Stockton and me' frm testi-
- tying to facts adverse to Judge
e Swayne. He Is bitterly opposed to
our election on that account, and de-
sires to asislt in defeating us, If pos-
s. bible, and he, therefore, writes that
e letter,'thlmking that he can deceive
Democrat1by pretending to favor us.
He pretends to be our friend, or open-
ly opposes us, accordingly, as he
Thinks will most injure uo.
Why He Wants Clark Elected.
Then he is very anxious for the elec-
e tion of his friend, Frank Clark, who,
for a financial consideration, put his,
Clark's resignation of the office of
United States District Attorney, be-
for the end of his term, at the dispos.
al of Mr. Stripling, to be presented by
a Mr. Stripling whenever Stripling
could get appointed to succeed him,
SClark. lark sent his resignatlonr
to Washington subject to Stripling's
e orders. Stripling slipped in ahead
of his opponents, who were not ex-
pecting a Democrat to resign that of-
e flee, and got a promise of the appoint-
merit, conditioned on Clark's resigna-
tlon, presented the resignation and
o got the office.
This fact has been admitted by Mr.
Clark, and can be provefi upon Clark's
own cnfession, male to Judge George
e M. Nolan, Mayor of Jacksonville;
Cromwell Gibbons. James Xi. Alexan-
der, and to be. I so charged at Jack-
sonville wheq Judge Nolan aid others
were prea n t.' and Clark did nut deny
a It, knowing I could call on the wit-
nesses present to prove it.
r Mr. Stripling paid Clark in cash for
resigning, but he still feels friendly
I to Clark, and deslr es my defeat be-
cause of my continued opposition to
5 his friend Swayne.
Another Reason for Not Liking Me.
The statement that he. Stripling.
ever supported the Straightout-Ant.-
Trust Democratic faction In Duval
County is news here. WVe always
thought that he very much sympathiz.
ed with the Anti-Rallroad Commission
-Akntl-Prlmary faction here, and that
he always had railroad passes on that
account. I was the Chairman of
the Duval County Democratic Com-
mittee of 1890, when the Republicans
were first defeated ia Duval County,
and I have been generally considered
to have had a share in turning Mr.
Stripling's Republican friends out of
the City Government here.
Another Reason Why He Wants Clark.
Mr. Stripling particularly deatres
the election of Air. Clark to Congresas
for the reason that one of the prinet-
pal charges against Judge" Swayne
In the Impeaching proee4eings In-
volves his, Bwayng's, cimneott p with
Mr. BI C. TinlsSO, of FPeua sota,. wao,
It is charged, s a man uafit for oafieal
appointment, an Mr. Clark, elected
to Congreas would be met face to faes
with h4e recommexadston of Mr. *runl-
son, a copy of whlih iJ found on page
569 of the Evldence in the lmpeech--
ment Case. having been filed by Judge
aiwayne as a jUtlaeatlon of his con-
neetion with Tunlason..
The letter la as follows:
(Office of United States Districte At-
terne. SooUthern Ditrtet of Florida.)
"Jaelkeivlle, pla.. May 1, 1S9T.

aubervient tools *aglit me bocana
they know that I will be true to.the
masses of the people. And I blleve
that enaoerata till raRl to the sup.
port of a eaidldate so attacked.
It will et baosstnto e or me t16 a-
rWr oSve* elr. whtch may be ma*-
aeturedsa aaat am e.w
S .. peatMaly subwltted
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., '

Why the Riepublican. United States. Listrlct Attorney

this District have chosen Lhed man who
endorsed Tunuson and defeated the
man who testified against Swayne.
Never Knowingly Tells the Truth.
The Lake City Index. Mr. Clark's
borne edition of the "subsidized press,
bas maliciously charged me with sup-
porting Judge Swayne, when its editor
knew the charge. to l)e raise. It
then publishes Stripling's letter, know-
ing that its miuggestlon that Stripling
It my political friend to false. It
can tell the truth by publahing the
official endorsement of B. C. Tunison
by Frank Clark as United States At-
torney, but it never knowingly tells
tho truth.
Charges Absolutely Proven False.
There Is one other matter I wish to
call to your attention.
Mr. Clark knew when he charged
that I had, as City Attorney, secret-
ly made a contract against the City,
that his charge was talse. We met
In Jacksonville March 30th. before an
audience which packed the Opera
House. and discussed that matter. 1o
presented such overwhelming f proot
of the falsity of his charges that he
has not, at any of the many meetings
when I was present, since referred 'Co
the charges in amy way, but he con-
tinues to reiterate his charges In, a
circular through the malls, and in pub-
lit speeches when I am not present,
after he absolutely knows and has bad
proven their falsity.
Where Clark Gets His Support.
I am frequently asked where Clark
gets the money to run so expensive a
campaign as he is running. He is
sending out much literature. He has
advertised a meeting to be held in
this City for which street cars are
rented to furnish free transportation.
His manager here Is writing to per-
sons offering to furnish them transpor-
tation great distances if they will re-
turn home to vote for Clark. There
are many other evidences of a large
campaign fund such as no other pan-
didite for Congress can afford.
He admitted at the public meeting
at Bt. Augustine, March 23d, that the
East Coast Railway (owned by Mr.
Flagler, the Republican Secretary of
the Standard Oil Trust, who also owns
the Times-Unlon) had furnished him
transportation for himself and family
to return from Oklahomha, and thar
Mrh'arrott, the Republican Vice Pres-
ident and General Manager of the
Bast Coast Railway, and Mr. Flagler's
confideatial representative in Florida,
had furnished him, Clark, with money.
Natural that Stripling Should Oppose
Is it not natural that Mr. Stripling
should, under all' the circumstances,
wish to Injure me and to secure the
nomination by. the Democratic voters
cf hbl friend, Frank Clark. who sqld
bim. Stripling, his resignation of the
offie( ot United States District At-
torney entl endorsed Judge Swayne's
friend, B. C. Turnlson, and Is now de-
pendent for financial support upon the
Repl)Lijcan representative of the Re-
publican Secretary of the Standard
Oil Trust, while he sends out liter-
ature attacking the character of an
honest Democratic candidate who
would not put himself under such ob-
ligatIons for the office?
Cannot Meet the Charge.
I repeat that Mr. Clark at the pub-
lic meeting in St. Augustine admitted
that Mr. Parrott furnished the trans.
portation for himself and family when
he returned from Oklahoma., and has
since furnished him money, only claim-
Ing that Mr. Parrott did him those
favors as an old personal friend (?).
cifically charged that Mr. Parrott had
furnilhed him money, he limited his
reply La a denial that the "'aat Coast
Railway Company" is furnistahlag him
money for his campaign. L reminded
hlri that my charge was that the
pases on which he and his family re-
turned to Florida were gotten for him
by the isat Coast Ralilway, and that
Mr. Parrott, not the "Blast Coast Rail-
way," had furnished him money. I
stated that I had no Information as
to whether Mr. Parrott drew that
money from the ]ast Coast Rallway, or
fir-o Mr. la.ler, or where he got It.
but Clark would net reply to that
pharge at all,
Do pemporata Want Such Represents-
Do Democrats wish to be represent.
id f Congress fr al in.5 who will owe
his entire eampagie expenaea to the
Republican representative of the
Standard Oil *trrust, or will they be ian-
fluenced agalnst an honest Demoerat
who la fought by the Republicean trust
Influences as I am fought, by the false
charges made by a man brought back
to the Stats by the Standartl Oat 'rrusC
for the purpose of fighting me? I be-
lieve that true Demoerate will know
that the Republican Trusts sad their

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is a weak candidate. The signs of the tiiespqin t tthe i ,,, .
National Democratic Cunvintion as the ne P"tresident I.
It is important to the Demiocracy ol it'Iall State like Flui da o
it should be on cordial terms and have some inaflunceUwith tlHi NtinO
Tf Florida should send a delegation to St. ouis instrcri t,,i .
for n certain candidate "first, last and all the tiet," all h,1, t e,ii
Itshing such relations would be lost; it would be piusibik f,,r Vl I,
he iii the absurd, if not tidiculans, attitude ofi vting repe-aitl, for
enadidate who had lonig bI'n eliminated frofti the contest.
Florkid should send u dlelcghtioui t,,St. i 9tui UNINSTRL'CTEI
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