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 13, 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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LANL~IIJ, i~I-'RIDAi FRII)XX', MAY1.1, 1,04


iaferro ;n I Stockton May Run



reA and Clark in Second Pri-
mary-Holloway Leads-
Against Convention.
The primary election here Tuesday was
e of the most orderly elections ever
Id anywhere. The vote was heavy-
ere betiig 438 votes polled in Gaines-
le-but everybody seemed in-a gooat
wmor, and, notwithstanding the fact
at there were many workers around
e. poll, each working for his favorite.
ndidates, there was ino disorder of any
lddidrting the voting time, and not a
nigle manin wa seen under the influence
liquor during the day -a happy coin-
tio -tthat could not have been "here if
ere had been saloons in the city.
Not only, was the vote heavy in Gaines-
le-, but. throughout the county anti
te a heavy, vote was polled, and the
tlilts. in soute instances were very sur.
rising in their nature.
The -ballot ;was the longest one ever
en by voters in this -State. It cou-
Ined one hundred and eleven .(ii)
ames, and, while many voters did not
>te the entire ticket, enough was voted'
at it required twenty-two hours to
unt the vote, which was done before
pping-working all Tuesday night nnid
It is a fact worthy of note that of the
venty-four.candidates at large for eieini-
lrs of the State Coniimittee -of- which
irteen were to be voted for-those
nearest the top were generally the ones
ted for. Many voters voted for the
rst thirteen without skipping any, so
.oat whose names began with .letters
eatest the top of the alphabet were the
rtunates in this case.
The returns have been coming in slow-'
and it is not yet certain what the re-
nit will be in some places. Taliaferro.
lark and Broward polled a miuchl larger
ote than many expected them. to poll..
while Jeniings and Alexander got ai
caller vote than anybody expected thieni
The indications this morning are that
aliaferro is nominated, while Clark andl
arre for congress anil IDavis anld Illro\-
rd for governor, will lie iii e s -coni'
primary. It will probalily retire tihe iof
cial count to decide whether Sliatlis or
tolloway is noilinated, lthe inlili tiioii'
re in favor of H-olloway.
Their least delegates \ ere noiiniiilted I
and the attenimpt to baie a State cosnvein-
Ion was defeated, lth of which resultl-
ire victories for the nti-corporation Ipeo-

The following is the official count I
lachua county:
For tUntite, Mtates Senator
Wilkinson Call... . I
William S. Jenning' .. .203
1 N, C. Stockton. . 665
J P. Tallaferro . . 7o20
For Representltive In Congres---SecolnI
Gongressional District

. i. Alexalnder . .
J. M. Barra . ...
Prank Clark . . .
Charles Doughlerty .
W. P. Watson . . .
For Presidential h'lectors.

H. 1'. Bailey . . .
T. A. Jennings . . .
J. C. B. Koonce . .
A. LI. Newton . . .
P. B. Stoneman . ..
For Member National Coniimttli
J. B. Browne .....
C. Gibbons . .
F. W. Pope . . ...
For Delegates at Large, National

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i ->56
ee .


T. J. Appleyard . . 565
John S. Beard . . 649
T. L. Bryan . . 639
W. J. Bryan . . 746
C. A. Carson . . 537
W.J. lHillman . . 7'
Clande'L'lngle . . 43
ifor Delegates National Convetlion-
Second Congressional District.
T. & Anderson . .. 59'
D. N. Batchelr . ..525
J. I. T. Bowden . . 52
D. I,. Golden . 538
For Governor.
N. Board . . 420
C. M. rown .. . . 424
L W A. Dvi . .. 6,3
D. IL. M -y . . 233
Por Secretary of State.
J-~------ 5
. C. Cawford. . .. 775
. Kirk. . 54
iwi Attomey-GeneraL
w*IH.XIi. ; . -
A. St. Cll.Wbraia. .. 443
SC. Comptroller.

abe, ,I TnA'.

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, i' ; t <',:. ui:..-in,' ;,*: : .- ricult re !
* ... .' . 1172 p 1 '
o lr Conissioner, i p

"or Adjutant-General.
S I. .it. foster . .. S
: I' o; "lonias. . 3;7
For State Chemist.
R. L. Rose 11.
For Justice of Suprenie Court Six Years.
R. F. Taylor. . .. 1246
For Justices of Supreme Court.
R. S Cockerell. . 737
A J. Henry . ... . 73 ,
T. M. Shaclkleford ... .. 8,
J. B. W hitfield . . 8.. 75
For Judge of Circuit Court--Eightlh Cir-
James T. V'ills. . . 12 1
For State Convention 226
Against State Convention .
For the Legislature
Robert E. Davis . ... .oo
A. U. Ililleary. ... .. ..... a. 28
J. A. Roshoroughi ..... 77
J. W. Tench.s 550 .
0. M. Tillmnan ....... .825

For County Judge.
J. A. Carlisle . .......
H. G. Mason .. ; .
For Sheriff.
1L W. Fennell . .
V. C. HIague . . .
T. II. Willard. . . ..
l'For Clerk of Circuit Courti
J. Dell . . .
S. II. Wienger .. .. .
For County Assessor of Taxes;

(.indicLitc for Go vernor of Florida

JAi the Second Prinua-v.
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|u ULL n. A.V UAINSVILL.. BOOMINGo,. Try Pagan's 'market for beat meat.
SULLUWBrick o. W.Bl.hea Notw olng : arrived in the city
S PT, HOLLOWAY Utck Up.iess eks. Now Going front Tahlahsaree Tuesday.

ifor iot s h ye ars before they were ie. Ma i ClG cam home from Alchu prin,
WAS Afor aItbon t si years before they we'rc Mrs. MaAId Cloud,, of 111gh Springs,

amipt. N.MS tx 1 a ild 1111s1aims tir etd
Ttlcsday A:ft ernoohi.

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W. W. Colbon. . . 1282

Vor Tax Collector. | Ull l (one to Cuba.
W. I) irkinson ...... . 1 P33.i g l OF u Mt'ssrs A. 0. Steenburg alld J. J. Koe
For County Superintendent of Puble ic ge left Tuestday for liitvlanat, Ctuha, mt
Instruction. fll expect to niake their future hioune on ith
J. L. K.eIlev 8............ U UL island, where Mr Steenburg has already
J. G. K-ellnin i. 7o invested n right coilsidertable aiiloutit si
A. ,T lyich .. t ...... 37o 0 ioiney iii vahimble hlaids, stock anid othi
Ftor Surveyor. Mrs. 'C. A. Coldougih Received property, atnd while it was with real sol
or reyor. row that naiuny (Cainesville friends sait
James Croxtot . 86 last Night. them leave Floriida, the sane fricuds wi
A. W. Taylor.. 690 wish them happiness and prosperity i
Flor County Treasurer. their niew hiomie,
WV. If. Robertsoi ......... A MAGNIFICENT RECIEPTION. They are Christiani gentlemen; ani
For Supervisor of Registration though far -away from here, they wi
M. S Cheeves .i 6i38 have going up in their behalf the prai
. A.Rohe.rtson ..4 Two Ex-State Presidenits of the ers of Gainesville's Christiani people.
.). A.o Ex.-State............
John. honpson . .. .. 12. U. D. C. In Receiving Line Dr. T. I. Thonras accolnpalied the
J tut. M inltiker S t ,i to Cubatl bust lie will retnri.s to Florid
(. state onitte-. -A Randd Affair. after bout two or three weeks.
Couitiv eli r Conigressiutfil .( '(,lllint- Not often ldo. s it fall to the lot of anll May they all have a pleasant trip, IIan
tee, 2-1 l eistric-i. it e.ur to lhavt- tht' privileges of a guest at tle doctor a sife getirt.
J. i i iio u r thi il an l iant 'eceptioln s thi t teii-
Sc' t-FIr o t 'i-ilni .io I i ri :lerIl lil-t iug.t" at tlhe suilerl Ihotite of Colson-h1owers.
' 1:1' .1 l i ltr<-' i i. 1 C' i' l >.''lcl..igl 1i- ift. to 1 i ) 'rkColsoil, one of I, ; lilies illr's ainFai
I ( iimiDiui-f D1iitr. I ir 1i i C t ... l- \it tleI 1. J I iul.-y .po uliair otiing tien, waiihs lst night irnitie
I Ifi i :i.-.ri l >i rit'l s I i I Ip t. n luli ret irim g .. itn naimii-i e to M Isi :,lli.hI- lou IHovl rs
A I iitri i s he t ll ret- Ieft ti- f i ithe'I I 11i- lea. ai i tieltla iful accompnishll ia l d iill i ver poluti
). It Shi,,w. )Di-trut 1 ,; :.! l slte receiviKiig hlin, wcro lr-. t'ol- lir sho% insg lady of llititlw.
J 1" 'l't own-i. n Il-tiiit th s I l ltgh, mhc lh-altes, lt%- ex.-State aresi- The ml marriage took place at tihe hiiiin
SI h'.iaulliiig. Itl-lricl i. 1linil, 3. rs k. C. Coo le-y ainl MAirs. Johni of tle Irielc. Tlae ihaplpy t'ouisle wil
0I. I'.aiiiia. i. Diitrit'l I. 1 W X" 'a ch'l Nl, iMr,. ieui- N Itr-mine, liei- int ike I;uiiiesville their fiau rtr hol me.
C. C I'i-.ri stiiii en l ,f lihe J. J. l'illey L li:lpter, Mrs. Mr. ( '.siiI is having n handmiloinie mt-si
. R. S rugg Iniitric, i K lle't, ie rli cori ling ,crietary, Mrs. delce trr terd c h re, Thei Slar joini. ithller
J ()leell. I)itricrl t 1 iser~ r egi lui'r, i n .Miss .\1 dlusiiion, frit-ni.l of Ithe popilllar young couple ill
M. 11 Sliighlicr, IDiist cl 2 uorrre-poil(diigi secretary colngrithililiting themlin uid aw hlling fior
"'or Member school lto:ir.I. IeCltecen '.r\ent fl\-ive ani (11 t" O n ln. Irtl thelleil i long life of hislpplinejs.
T .. lDoke, District -.- .... 380 of tihe elite of our people were in ait -n----
J. .1. King. Iii.trict i 18 lance. Made utp of the Iaemll enhe-r of the McBeath Will Apply.
R. It. \Veeks, fDistrict a 3,, J. J. Finley Chaplcr I. D). ('., the Twen Prof. Tlinti F. Mclirath will I, aln up.
C. C. Marlin, Ilslrlact 2 1615 [ ieth Century Literary Chlll, distinguiiih- 4l itant for the position of saiperintemldeint
W. J Marlin, Oistrict. 2 2 .1, d ex -arny officers I Northerni and South- of ast llorkla Seniinary, which pince
II it. lirooker. I)Dstrict 2.13 ern ), tiiiisters, physicians, lawyers, cell- will be miiade vacant ly tIhe resig altiuon of
-- os andm business a ini an I foreigners Superiiiltedenit J. Mi. Guillialms, who has
'ma.i I.\'r r. r illi their wiAves and i laulglilern anid accepted anil ofer at liowlinag i.reen, Ky.
IVe heldI the Star back until noon to day lioplngI to get the exact result within inentls were served in abundilance and eln- faculty during the termn just closing, anmi
reft-renice to stnator. coingressaiana. gov- jnoed min unison with music iu the couser- t is still himii that hlie is one of the nistl
erniol aalll sMtate slpeiintenldent. liut it is vatory. The idaines, lbothl iarried uind popmilnr itnstructors that was ever in the
not yet known inly ahout two-thirds single were gownied ill fine style and tak- ,Se.inary lie is also well known
of the State hear-I from definitely. Talla- en altogether it was the best rounded, throughout the State, and hais long been
ferro's fticnils think hlie is snomiiiated but least angular andu Isolit enjoyal1le affair coriaideredl one of the ablest educators in
are not sure of it, and ilthey admit that ever attended in Gaine.aville, being as it hlie Soutitli
Stocklon is gaining slowly. Clark is was strictly urian in aU itasppointments.
considerably ahead of Harrs but flarra Mrs. Cooley carried upon the occasion
is gaining slowly. Davis is a little ahead i the inost exqillsite Imuquet of roses ever Some Important Changes.
of Itrownrd but BiowaTil is galling' apiil- seen int this city -a preseiit rftn, Mr. So'inlea esirable changes are being mailde
ly, siand it is now almost certain llthat he JaBinei I. 1Doig, a Confederatc velran, at the Mðodist churrs for the benefit
will come out ahedi llarrs am ) Clark, anid one of Gainesville's miust respected of the ain fllt class in the fundays choo!
Broward ani Davis will be in second jpri- cities. Onie said that fi ner flowers there. The roroii originally intended for
umary,and ae l believe Taliaferro and Stock- were not fih the gardeii of E.lleni. a ianxtor's study but which is now being
ton will have to run again, thought TalIa- uned as a class room is being recarpeted
ferro is now far in the lead. From press iand furnished with nice little chairs and
cut indications it seem slIhat Holloway is Mrs. Will (;oore, a worthy lady of a beautiful little organ. Mrs. T. I. Me-
nominated by a safe majority. this city. desires to inform the public Ieath, the teacher of the class, has Inter.
that she takes in e-wing. aud will be estedl I',.rself in getting up the money
A Pleasant Occasion. please to havsenlt o hoer.l acwill wor, nece.ary for the improvement, and she
Thle editor dined with Rev and Mrs good work at re.aotmahble prices. tr dleseres mucla credit for the manie,
\'. J. Carpenter at their elegant home I -
)esterday. ani lie not only enjioell the 4 *4 W*'t .*.4 *U 44 1-&% 1.%ff^ *,A40 46 4*.EI*h 4e *4 .
splendid dauiner he gotl bult tle pleasan
conversations that were engaged in ur- D oes ou r
ing the hour as well.
The splendid result of the election
Tuesday- in so far as it effected certain
candidates ulion whom we were all agreed, Wt ,,
was not only siscu I, but was really I
rejoiced over, anai it is no10 exaggeratioa K EEP TI I i
to say that while MAirs. Carpenter could o k
not vote, she was keeping posted in the If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
matter and was rejoicing when the good youll wonder why you didn't think of us loug before.
news came from political headquarters. All work guaranteed. No hasty slipshod job leaves our
S shop. None but the best material tused, and you will
Real Estate. not grursble at the prices either.
If you have city property (improved or c. Stevens,
unimproved )-farmnil track, ptaure, f i C.e Steven
timberor phophate lands for sale send
me ful d ption and lowest price. I JBWELER,
terms, tc. I can Sad yom a buyer. 9

am atb H lh Springs, Florlda.
patHabburd, ofthe Aiaqi Hele est1=& ,
wee "tic tki .a pey': .ieh i-* d Iy : .. ..". -1' 1 2
but idhewala he p Me 1* add h S 11 0 AA W 111160







driven otut, and he has contetidedt frosmn

the first that the town amd county would
he l beln. tited' by driving out the saloons.
Our dhtictrine was noit accepted by many
of sPecits git ,l citizens. but they teensed to

,....,... ...,vv .A t l.v .S ,. t1111 ari-, td ^ of them t "tould claim
that if the salofoiis sltouifl lie closed lusi-
-. ..We Iet- woild Iih ewiconte so paral3 zed that the
Molloway's Friends Were In- l et til earai red
Holtlo~way's i~rmend Vr tow \ wol.ditt die, aMit lit fear of hurting
di-gnatnt -Me (lave Hond tile fetlitigs of tile saltoon people, of hlo-
Very Readily. in. hitsiiiess pit r.lnage, ,,i for soene oths-
er iesiion r t Tit ,ons \ey, few people
.' !olit the only thing that wait. t all could be in ucie tt o speak iglht out in1
s nii.tionail here on election dayit was the eteetitig against our puiticuilar .isaloons,
iarrst of 1lo u. WV M Hollowvly, colilty lor even tile liquor usiniess ils general,
isupeirntildtii if ilpublit itnstriictiot, andi but after years of titstiterig from saloon
candidaiiite tor State Suietli-tetldelitt tultij! itfluesh ces the .people of the county arose
a charge of fot.gry. Superintenet V:." iii their might last June.-tnot yet a year
.N. Sheat;, who wvas it cllndildate or re-4 ago -and drove out tile asloons, and we
election, hasfor sotlnS tint" liehn idelhar- really believe that sonie of our citizens
inll that Mr. ltolloway had coismu tted-- it who are ordiitarily very good people ac
forgery in conmiectionis with tle Imulcht tally thought that when the saloons
talked about litioker Washiiigtoti invita-. sete closed, new btailding woishd-be no
tion to Gainesvllle. last year, anid that lie more thought of lihiv, niid that property
tMr. Sihents) inteiided to sue hima for v would decretsie In value": ht they were
slander by the forgery. isi.ttakeltn; the itown ihai imiprovedl, and
Just after thle voting war over T'iesdav property hits iicrei-sed in value titeadily.
.evenilig the arrest wits made by Sheriff ever since the. silooiis were cloiled, until
Fennell on a warrant sworni out by -Mlr. toilay there is iimore huildhli goiig onil
Slieats, and the warrant, the letter that is here thali the editor ever saw going Oit
alleged to have lbeent forged, eti. are as Iler before, and as one evidence oft the
follows: truth of what we slnow any about it we re,
Ti' A.ii'i)DAVII. produce from our morning contemporary
In the 'NanHie of the State of Florida. -Tot (ia paiwer-which has nlsever been consider -
the Sheriff or Asny Constable of Said ed lumfriendly to the saloons) the follow.
Comity: -lg :i
"Whereeas,W,. N. Shelats has this day "With the rising of the suil Monday
made oath before mie that on the 2.tlh nmoriimin there began the laying of the
day of I)ecember, A I. )1903, illn Ih foiunidatiot o'f another fine brick buildlhig
cosiitLy and State aforesaid, one VWW. .,, which will go to make (laiiesville one of
Holloway did wilfully state, tratianitit, the heat ind anost sollild omntnercial towis
and deliver to II. It. McCreary, editor of in interior Florida.
the, Gainesville Sni, ait newspaper pubill)- ."A large force of workmente asnd brick.
listed li the city of anitiesville, Alachua layers were put to work under directions
couitiy, l-lorida, for publication therein, of A, V., Wittutstk, the contractor, oil
a false alld lielouteistatenient concerning the new llattakight. building at tile corn-
affiant, anid thereby recurred the aetusli er of Weat .Alain street, 14., and ITniosn
ptiblication of. the saiie in the twice-a- street. All dtlring the day, notwith-
week issue of said newspaper known as isitatllnig the hot, scorchling rays of the
the .(ainesville Stun of Decemietir 24, a, the force was kept as bhisy an the
1903, wlijch said libelous matter is as fl-. proverbial. tice, and when the stinset caune
lows, vir. : 'ut instead of asking Book- the walls all around had asaunimed quite a
er WAshington to nierely come to Gaines. proportion.
ville and make ian address, without ium. "The building will be only one story
thority and without relaoni, lie (mieniiliig. for.. the present, but will be oine of the
aflliant) hainds hhim the latch-strihn of the solideat tand most modern itn the city.
auditoiiiun door of the Gainesville Grad.- Theli walls are being constructed of a
e-d and lligh School, and bid lhiis to eii- tlii(tneass of thirteen iiiches, ili order that
ter, and address an aggregationi of white they iighlit support atiother story at a.
educators;' also, as evidence of this fact later date. The quality of brick being
we prodilm 'e copy of tlie acksiowledig. usedl Is fitt-clins, andi when completed
iseni of hii (mitaminhigl naffiant) nellonis, viz: the ibuil|ing will he a credit to the city
l':.liilatiniiail lhl|.iartliLen State iof 'lM r. aii| Ithe <-coutl y.
i.l.I, .\V. N ." -hriui, Siitp-rinteii-i, Tail TIlae birllhilitIg will blie 6ox9 feet, andl
tiahiis.ce. 'Ili Jini ... lr5. l 4i mill tonllilni five lore roomti four facing
"PIrof. S. t'V. iDicti, Ulli llil Mid oler furilit i on l n3ioln and

"( 'vialle, I'hn. 'est Aliiln streets. One hunli lred anil
-IleIar Sir: Voiirs of the iat list. to tIhity tyitusanil d Initk will le reqluiredl foa
lannd, and I have written P'rof. lHooker lits coisistrilttion, amid Contrailor Wittatock
T. IViashingtoll, askilig himl In deliver amn sitlts that it will reilre thliIrty days to
addireHs II lase while school aiithloriumin tompletle tlh work.
oln lithe -icailollI tIlf the aileetiiKg of tile ii coinectaion % ih lias t luildihing, Ithere
county BsuierilteCa delt aind teteral I are sin sV otlier hialovimetntl of the aime
iicailon Iloarl. I trust Ihat your insti- miiiire eillhrr going onl or anticipated.
tultion will be siaccesiful andpirlirfitetle. FiTe tlegainl biildliag of J. M. ndel il
Voursn ruly, alhamost crianpleted. Work on the new
**-''. N S ausTrsn. hI'lifer block at the corner of Rast Maia
"DicLated to M V stret, S andl lUon street, which will
lie, the said W. M I. Alalt,,aliy, lhelicn I e of the fhiest prvcue-t brick front in
anid there, well knowing the sail liel to Ithe Stale, will Iweitn InI the next few
be false, to the great damninge, sciihinal aia l days. Col Jolh II. D1ell, who owns the
dliegrace of the ahsl afliant. adjoilling property, will also bt nd a
These are, therefore, to comulnaial you haSidsonse brick lil.ock, andl it is uder-
o arrest the mild W. M. Hlolloway, anil stood that I,. L. lHill, who owns the
bring him before ime to Ie dealt will wooden buildings occupied by Ol'lionald
according to law. & Kiaunders andi W. I' Mosely, has
Cilven under my hand anidl seal this ile'hled I, tear away thesehbuiildings andl
tlenil of May, A D. l 94. construct brick. %tiih lie bIsrick ware-
Ai. MAIAsK, house (f tie lBairdl hardware Company,
County Judge. afow under construction, and the brick
hMr. Holloway waived examination and warehouse now in contemplation by S.
gave bond to await those action of tIle J Tlhmasai. work upon which will soon
grand jury. wI lgha, thIere In i rired somethingg dolnx"
It is utilerstoodl that Attorneys It. A. ia tiale Inillulig ]line it Galnesville hi el-
Thrasher aid C. (C, Thomas have been mlLse riralei."
employed by Mr Sheats, and Attorniey1
S. I.. Carter and J. MA. Rivers by Mr. Miss Maria Carlisle.
followay. Mi. ss Maria ..Carlisle. du ,.he..r ..

Commerinesent Exercises.
The cuauuiicecnuent exercises started
In the (alneaville Graded anid jigh
School Wedlnealay evening. with an en-
tertainment of the primary classes. ''rof.
Fulks In a few brief remarks stated that
he was aorry, but lhe foiound it neceaaary
for the suiall aumn of 25 cents to be
charged for the evening entertalmsnenta
to help pay the teachers for the four
months they have been teaching, which
the board could not pay for. lie said
the people hadi been very liberal lin their
patronage, but they still lacked some,
and as the teachers had labored faith-
fully for the school, hbe thought it beat to
make the small charge.
Quite a large and appreciative adilisame
had gathered, sand the exercises opened
with prayer by Mr. Chrib. Matheson,
The exercise were enjoyed throughout
iy all who attended, and was closed by a
pretty *Alaps"e" Wedding."
Thailra nlligIaenrciasea were a-eed
with prayer by Spt. Paulke. Quite a
large crwst sM po", and the exarels
es wer ej Oy by li prdeet4 The"
griduatl ift a o fr buifg helM thiM

R. TaotmteOee.
555 ifP heJJ^tHM^~fj^j~e^rf 4iKp^pUp5

fellow townsman. Col. J. A. Carlisic. who
for the last two years has been at the
Scarrilt Biable and Training school, at
Kansas City, is expected home today.
BIss Carlisle li a (Gainesville giri who
has honored her name and her town by
the splendid record she has made. It la
learned through private sources that Miss
Maria haais dIstinguiahed herself in the
Training School to such an extent that
large responaihilhire were put upon her
which she discharged with great accepts-
bility. Her hotslof friends will give her
a royal welcome to her home again.

S our Chlckensh EgasI
Vegetables, id Ina fact all
kiMde & of Country Pro.

Highest Prices pt Coua.
try Produce, a% S e
Cheap as the C'bppa "


60 is ii

County Superintendent.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Supeintsndendent of
Public Instruction of Alshaca county,
subject to the action of the Democratic
Primary, and respectfully solicit the sup.
port of all democratic voters.
J. 0. KI.Is,-M.
County Supointemonent.
I am a candidate for the olffic oSt 8.
perintendengt o- lPublic lIntructlou of
Alachua county, subject to the aetllon of
the Democratie primary, and Aolicit the
support of Democratic voters. If elected,
I will favor retrenchment and the lay.
ienmt of the school debt.
Follcited by many friend*, I announce
myself a candidate for 0epn etalve
from Alachua county in the naxt Lpgtla-
ture, subj et to the DIt _ocraate pi 'ry.
If elected the people of Alelu call n0 I
assured that their inlaterlat w be wal
taken care of in or neat Leiulatre,
satd I shall especially exerei iy nllu.
nace for the eactuiae t of a vWagnt law
aimUlar to that Mow iI torcInu Georgia,
which has due 0o much to solve the
lahor probleni la that State.
A.., HIr.LLav.

Dwotla im tAlahebua county:
I I-M; r nIC "MMaMl maef a cane-F
lab I a=etreand slieytql,,
t bthe ct l
A. AROMOt CaMIml-Itoi ,
C'aav! .Io_.msuiOTi i .,s ,l,
.sI sbTett She "U'lait
CoalS"^ S ^

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wps itn the city shopping Tuesday.
lleyward VOting Is spending fewdays
in town on a visit to hisn mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gerald are rejoic-
ing over the arrival in their home of a
fine daughter. .
Henry Ahrena arrived in the city Mon-
day front Tampa, on a visit to his pam
rents Itn this city.
The election pas-sud off quietly in this
city, a large vote being polled, anid no
tuissing or fighting.
Mliss Mittinna I'aidee, one of Micanopy'a
most estitnahle young ladies, was a guest
of frieindi lit the city Monday.
Judge R. F. Tavlor, of Tallahassee,
arrived itn the city Tuesday, having come
to cast his vote in the primary.
Capt. TI. t,. Itridges, formerly of tula
city, -ut now of (Ocala, was crossing
palhns with friends here Tuesday.
Sam Brooks. the hustling represen-
tatiye of the National Blacuit company,
spent Tuesday at his home in this city.
Milss Clara: found, who has been
atteundlig school in t(alnesville, Ga.,
arrived home recently to the delight of
her many friends.
Crawtord & Davis have moved into
their elegant new quarters and are fixed
for business. Their stables are among
the best in the eounth.
Our sister town, Alaclita, had a glorl.
ouis revival of religion recently, resultinls
In the accession of forty-one new mesn-
tiers to the M. R. Church, South.
We have just received a carefully ae-
lected line of parasols and umbrellas,
and Invite you to give us a call before
purchasing elsewhere. h. 0. Smith.
Julian McKae, formerly of Hawthorn,
but now a reporter on the Macon (Ga.)
Telegraph, was in the city Wednesday,
having cone. to Florida to visit his rel-
ativee, Hoot. and Ire. *T. J. McRae. of
The Southern Itaptist says: "Mr. J. E.
llayneaworth, of llaynesworth, Fla., one
of the Wealthiest farmers of Alachua
county, made us a pleasant call last week.
Mr. flaynteaworthl i one of the most sub-
ttantial members of ILaCrosm church."
Ton Shoe are book, and they're
back. or several seasons to come. They're
tWle logical, sensible summer shoe, cool
and comfortable; we have them for men,
women and children, at prices that will
be sure to suit your purse. In our shoe
depar(iient you will find other good
values in up.-to-date sloes,. l. C. Smith.
Deputy Sheriffj. R. Iugate of Alachua
isl becoming quite popular. The citizens
of that thriving burg recently presented
liinl with a handsome pair of blood
hounds for valuable services rendered.
Wrong doers will now have to "look
a leetle out," as they will have a double
watch on their tracks.
We learned through a friend that Mr.
Charley Stevens, of Alachua, was in the
city last week In attendance upon the
Cane (Growers' Convention. Mr. Stevens
is one of the leading members of the
church of Alachua, and as a cities
stands among the first of the county.
lie has demonstrated that farming can
be carried on successfully in Florida.
Within the past twenty years he has be.
come independent from the products of
the soli.-Southern Baptist, May s.

Poliies[f OInnwuasinmants.






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Canal Work is Turned Over
to War Department.


' nforence In Held In Washington, at
Which Regulations of Commission

Prominent Manohurian Port Town le
Given Over to Japs-Other items
of War Nws.

Of the flvA Rugalan regiments which
were In garrison at Niclinwang. four
have left and the oth 3C. recutved or-
dora to go Tuesday, buit this grdr .Was
canceled an hour later.
The Russians are stroiqlp treich
ed at An-Ping, wh'e' dNA ii from
the NluchwanK tr "i.t been sent.

In ureat undertaking Are
/.,'e tIt Ia report' j
O.ecded Upon that the Jagoage

A Washington special says: Presl- Ing tolle'lr Itmhe
iet. Boosovelt held a long conference f0 -ra n Isouth
'Boanday wiLh Secretaries Hay and T'aft as 'm .
sho Attorney General Knox, at which -T .nlrsen
1t.e regulations to govern the Isth.- Jtapaise dragged
Ma tan oanal commission were determine: believed to be
on finally. Secretary Taft gave.& Russians. thereui
brief resume of their provisions Xt the treat north.
conclusion of the conference. Wnlle Nineteen womc
the creation and work of the commis- illans to leave Nr
alon is committed by law to the pres- Hal-Kwan, They
dentn, whose authority. In that regard place Monday nig
Is practically supreme, the prsli'lent reports of the
by the regulations directs that the chwang.
Commisxton shall exercise its powers The United Ste
/ under the direction and supervision lr, was prevent
'of the secretary of war. General Goo. telegraphing to
,W. Davis, the army member of the statement of th
vlacamission, is appointed governor of chwang. Mr. M
:.)e American zone on the Isthmus. Un- released after he
..,jj the expiration of the fifly-oighth protest on the
.jOkggress, the Isthmian commission will A St. Petersbu
,-PXerclse executive authority over the most Important
iAisMerloan strip. Governor Davis is the front recelvw
*l.en authority to appoint one Judge telling of the c
all~al exercise judicial authority, ment of railroad
'Ila the opinion of the commission- munlcation with
am additional Judge Is necessary to how It was broug
proper conduct of the judicial or a -battle was
rk on the Isthmus the regulations pllsh it are mys
or on the commission authority Alexleff failed to
appoint him. The final word
Secretary Taft explained that it at Chemulpo,. K
Aibl$1festly would be impossible for nounced by M.
ghte president in the execution of his minister to Kor
gittiea to give that personal attention port is gazetted
the oanal work which la absolute. singer of Tuesdi
nesessary and as the war depart.- lif says:
h itherto has exercised supervis- "The comman,
poatrol over public, civil and mill. sent a boat wit
atworks and governmental control medical help to
r territory dependQnt upon the cruisers Varlag
t7r, it was deemed advisable that omefer l charge
SIsthbmian commission should oper- of his oemmanm
under the direction of the war de- possible for hims
ent. .What particular bureau of on board his a
war department the commission of the Variag t
)l be under has not yet been deter i ance.ommand
d by Seoretary Taft. but he tndi- offered to receive
that iL might not be the b- If It were comp
t of insular affairs, which, he In- but I declined t
ed, already had Qnough work onI would go on a 1
bands. "Twenty-one T
,:.oder the operation of what s the F'rench orals
[P6wn as the dockary law, the audit Ing from gang,
to the commission's accounts will disease would b
.l to the duty of the auditor of the wounded, the co
'ulate department, but beyond the mat cal signalled to
of auditing, the state department asked If she cou
p-ot be charged with any control but the Americ
the commission. The conamia- tively refused tc
Itself will establish an elaborate
umi of bookkeeping, through which LAPOLLETTE I
Counts may be handled very rea-
bl by the state department nudl- Tennessee Towr
S'iThse committee will report direct- Destruction o
lo' the secretary. of war as often
B may direct, upon all phases of The entire bu
tOperaitlns. It will be under the town of LaFolo
i sort of control of the secretary was burned to
war as in the Philippine commis- five buildings
u. All directions concerning the cloning a loss o
pweraUons of the commission are set about $60000o In
ft fully In the regulations, and a The fire origins
"_eeltatlon Is made of all the opera- in the lamp roo
l-"'U0ae leading up to the r.cquisition of nn, one of the tl
.;.te canal property and appointment of Ings in the tow
tih* commission. The details sUll re- stroyed.
ain to be worked out, but they are All the guest
4%irgely administration In nature and except Dr. V. C
r- -te not regarded as essential to the from a third fio
:; lations themselves. a leg, and Fred
R' TUMBLE come by smoke i
,:, U IAN STOKS TUMBLE. Both will recover
The town has
riees on the Yalu Put Cheek on and the efforts
Buoyaney of Trading. were through qu
0 Disaster to Russian arms on the brigades.
put a check to the recent buoy- A sttff north
on the London stock exchange, this breeze earri
ia the Paris market, although de. from one build
ed,. did not give any evide lce of Tennessee avemu
are, the fall In prices on the e* sides from the
Sd ring the past week was Lefollette comp
Trat he latter pla
wse securities rose to about age
.140 0a tent tht Rusians fell.


OXlean Authorities Refuse to Recep-
nige Rules of Texas.
A dispatch fromg Mexico City stys-
idlway men Insist that the Texas
uraatime Statituted by Dr. Tabor, ef
at statL, will practically tie up aw
fer trtfll across the border.
waerg are no inspectors tIn Mextoo
* usdl to Issue health certificates,
.:T as regulations Eeuiire, and
ean government wril not o6-
recognize the oftoers of the
-tate board of health. The mab
prohi lbly have to ti settled at


eR0 Heard Makes Important Rcc- -
i nation In Message. "Here
pg W. W. Heard's meisae
to clerk
sp both houses of the pot-
PO afternoon. I e those
ar lecomi&d lbeffi apprc- poDea
for eduaio4o I He says Abat stated t
lt p1 tiearanoe (. 4i, I tlslA1na .epme de

a uIh*aecu "I4 ",I ,jl" 'a

as relent s
by 1$ to 1 i


*rW ao.-1lal-Kwan
Sray -.oorps, hav-
Russians retreating
river ovel'.ook them
of Liao YanK and a
Dent cnsiod. The
I their unus up hills
Insurmountable. The'
Pon conllinde to re-

*n were the last cl*.
Jiuchwang for 3han-
arrived at the latter
ht and codflrmed the
evacuation of Niu-

ates consul, Mr. MII-
ed for a time from
Minister Conger a
ie situation in NIu.
miller's message was
b had made A strong
rg special says: The
official news from
ed Tuesday was that
complete reestablish-
and telegraphic com.
Port Arthur, though
ght about and wheth.
necessary to accom-
terles which Viceroy
clear up.
regarding the combat
Core, -has been pro-
Pavloff, the Russlan
ea, whose official re-
in' The Official Meo-
sy morning. M. Pav-

der of the IVclcaburg
h a surgeon to offer
the wounded on the
and Korlets, but the
i stated, in the name
der, that Is was Im-
to tako any Russians
lip. The commander
hereupon declined asa-

ier of the iVoksburg
3 the Imperial mission
yelled to leave Korea,
he offer, stating that
French ornister.
Lussians who were on
er Pascal wore suffer-
One and fearing that
e given to the other
mmander of the Pas-
o the Vicksburg and
Id receive these men,
an commander psil-
o do so."


n Suffers Heavily in
f Business Seotion.
lsiness section of the
ette, Tenn., Tuesday,
the ground. Thirly-
were destroyed. occa.
f about $200,000 with
,ted about 5:30 o'clock
m of the Cumborland
hree large brick build-
n. The Inn was de.

ts escaped uninjured
. Adams, who jumped
or window and broke
Hall, who was over-
and was badly burned.
s no fire department,
to control the flames
lekly organized bucket

rind was blowing, and
led the flames swiftly
ing to another until
ue was turned on both
Cumberland Inn to the
pany's planing mills.
it eascped. any dam-


Britons and Tibetans In Battle and
200 of Latter are Slain.
A stiff fight Friday to drive the
Tibetans from their positions two
nites below Kairo Pass lasted for six
The Tibetans, numbering 15.000,
held the positions with great tenacity
and lost nearly B00 before they were
The British leases were Captain Be-
thune and thrle men killed and
twenty-one men wounded. A snow-
storm prevailed throughout the fight.


ClSrks With Families to Sup.
>re Will Get Preference.
after preference will be shown
s who are married, especially
ith large famlUes." The above
was posted In the DesMolnes
SStsurdiy. Poatmaster Motay
.he o.de4 cese trom the post-
petatmet at W Mhington. and
* with t suggaeUtlon r Prre
eogsveit end his lharlg "amdy


.^lwai sWe Put Out of A*-
th e


Strenuous Codtept Is Waged

, all Distidet of State.


Report of Probable Reesult frm Jaek-
sonvylle-Winngert, Howevr, Will
Not Be Known Until Fuil
Count is In.

Florida's state deipooratle primary
was pulled' off in strenuous style on
Tuesday. A special dispatch sent qut
from Jacksonville early Tuesday night
was as follows:
Though it is impossible to state with
positiveness at this time the result of
the primary the advices received al-
ready Indicate a majority for Talla-
ferro in the first primary, and his
leading opponent, Stockton, will not
be In the second primary. The hope-
less defeat of Jennings and Call is a
foregone conclusion. Advices from
Tampa, state that 80 per cent of tLe
votes there are for Tallaferro. Indica-
tions at St. Augustine that his nom-
ination In the first primary la assured.
The vote at Chipley was light, with
Tallaferro well In the lead. Tallaferro
lias a majority at Dartow, Arcadla and
Sanford. Seventy per cent of the vote
at Pensacola Is for Tallaferro. Sweop-
Ing vote at Live Oak for Tallaferro;
good majority at Madison. One hun-
dred majority at Oalinesville and a like
result at Ocala. Punta Gorda gives
large majority for Tallaforro. Mon-
roe, Manatee, Polk and De Soto jive
Tallaferro safe majorities and at Doe-
land the vote was three to one for
Davis for Governor.
The nomination of Robert W. Davis
for governor seems beyond doubt. In
some sections Broward Is receiving a
very good vote and may content In
the second primary with Davis.
R.. Fenwick Taylor is nominated for
Justice of the supreme court for the
term of six years, and the nomination
of Robert S. Cockroll, Thomas *A.
Shackelford and J. R. Whitfield, three
justices now serving, Is well nigh cer-
tain. The fight In the first congres-
silonal district is sharp between Spark-
man and McNamee, -with chances in
favor of Sparkman. Barrs, Clark and
Dougherty are all claiming victory in
the second congressional district. Ad-
vices so far received are to the effect
that Clark Is leading. The second pri-
mary will be between Barrs and ClarA.
Florida will send Hearst delegates to
the national convention.
Sensation of the Day.
The sensation of the day was sprung
In Alachua, when Sheats, the present
state school commissioner, had his
opponent, Holloway, arrested on the
charge of forgery, for Interpolation of
five words in g letter written by
Sheats to Booker Washington, Invit-
ing him to address an Institute of ne-
gro teachers. It is claimed by Sheats
that Holloway changed the letter so
as to make it appear that the state
school commissioner had Invited-a ne-
gro to speak In a white auditorium and
has made political capital of It. Hollo-
way will be given a preliminary hear-
ing Wedinesday. In Dfuval, 3.115 votes
have been polled. This, the home of
Tallaferro and Stockton. senatorial as-
pirants, gives Tallaferro a large ma-
jority. Broward for governor also .Ives
hero, but will be defeated In his own
county by Davis.
Mays Polls Good Vote.
Returns Indicate that Maya has poll-
ed a good vote and Is pushing Broward
for second place in the gubernatorial
race. The question at this hour Is
whether Broward or Maya will be the
contestant In the second primary with
Davis for the governorship.
Results In Abe first and second con-
gressionial districts still problematical.
Sparkmail and MeNf-amee are running
close In the first, while Barrs, Dough-
erty and Clark all claim to head the
list In the second. Generally conceded
that either Clark or Dougherty will
drop out of the second primary.


Manager of illinols Central Accepts
Panama Canal Job.
A Chicago dispatch says: John F,
Wallace, general manager of the Il-
linois Central railroad, has accepted
an appointment as chief engineer of
the Panama canal. He will leave not
later than early nla June for the lath-
Mr. Wallace la a graduate of the
University of Illinois and his ability
as an engineer and executive officer Is
recognized in railroad circles through-
out the country.


Alleged Oet-Rroh-Qulk Promotere
Must Face Court.
The federal grand Jury at Jackson,
Miss., created a profound sensation
by bringlag Indiltments against five
very prominent persona connected the Mississippi Debenture Com-
pany. The grand Jury ohargee this
concern, which has been operatinS
In Jaeksom for about three years, ithb
being a "'gt-rieh-qtiok scheme" and
astag the malls for tradulent pau


Well KnoWn Georgla Editor, Lsglslatear
and Teaoher Pbssee Hease After
Brief Illnea.

Hon. William T. Revill, of Teen-
vlle, Ga., represMntativeelect to thb

next j.tate legislature from Merlweth-
or county, and keeper of publle build.
lags sand grounds, at the capitol, tied
Monday afternoon at his home in
Greenville after an illness of four days
of pneumonia.
Mr. Revill was one of th6 best
known men In Georgia, and had he

Mystery of iusappearanc
Millionaire In Virglin
Russian Stronghold is at Last ,. **l* s Cleared
Surrounded by Japs. fA sW rom ig StU
ay s: Thi body of Bdwa
w-- found Sunday afterno
ALL COMMUNICATION CUT iu from the ple. wh
was found after his disapp
eAhqw a w unaustlonably

Hosts of Mikado's Forces Are Debark.
ed en Both Sides of Liao Tung
Peninsula Without Encounter.
lag Opposition.

lived, would very probably have been A special from St Petersburg says:

After Boisterous Convention, Deono-
crate of State, Instruct Delegates.
In one of the stormiest gather:.ats
the party has ever held the d3-..-j
oratic state convention at Hartfu'J,
Cons., chose delegates to the SL.
julas convention and Irtructed -'.;e a
to vote as a unit and for Alton H.
Parker. of New York, as a president il
The climax came at the end of two
bhors of angry debate between Hearst
apd Parker delega*eas.


Neted Heotely In *hleeae ouaMht by
NeWtaly nr prfatio CQbapatsy.
After artiy bfrty years, the Pat-
met bousea tn a lon6 tNa the beot
'ktown hotew la. Ohepas.N hs
ft-m ti 100'09e a 't th.*

Raleigh, N C., Inagurates strict Pro
ventive Measuree.
The board of aldermen of Raleigh.
I, CLl hove adopted an ordinance re-
d physician to oOially report
St.l patlentt- who have tuberao-

an active candidate for speaker of the
lower house.,
For thirty-two consecutive years he
had -been the owner, publisher and edi-
tor of The Meriwether Vindicator one
of the Influential Journals of the state
and one that ie everywhere regarded
as a mod-.l of weekly newspapers.
In ability Mr. Revill was recognized
as among the foremost men of his
time. He was graduated from Emow
College, at Oxford. in the sasmp class
with Bishop Haygood, Dr. J. S. Hbp-
kins and other distinguished men, tak-
ing firat honor In bis class.
After graduation he taught school
for a considerable period at points
In AlabIama and Georgia, and number-
ed among his pupils many of the men
who afterwards took high rank in the
councils of the state and nation. The
late Governor W. Y. Atkinson, Gover-
nor J. M. Terrell and Warner Hill
are among those who were his pupils
Mr. Revill had long been identified
with public matters, having served In
thl general assembly and having al-
ways taken an active part In ques-
tions before the people. His memory
was a wonderful one, and he zould
recall at a moment's notice events
In the careers of almost any public
man. lie was a prominent church
member, belonging to the Methodist
denomination and was also a Mason
News of the death of Colonel Wil-
liam Revill was received at Uta capi-
tol and among his many friends in
Atlanta.with expressions of the mostt
profound regret.
At the capitol particularly did the
announcement cause sorrow. Governor
Terrell, a lifetime friend of the depart-
ed, and In boyhood a pupil of bhs In
school, was perhaps the most aggriev-
ed of all, but the sorrow was general
throughout the building, for Colonel
Revill had endeared himself to every
official of the state.
Before the governor's office was
closed for the day the following exec-
utive proclamation was fssued;
"State of Georgia, Executive Depart
ment, Atlanta, Ga., May 9, 1904.
"Whereas, Information has just been
received of the death of Hon William
T. Revill, keeper of public buildings
and grounds, at his home in Green-
ville; and,
"Whereas, In all the relations of life
as educator, legislator and state of
flcal he discharged the duties thereof
In a faithful and elcient manner;
"Whereas, in his death, the people
of Georgia have lost a distinguished
citizen and this department a valued
official: therefore, in view of this long
career of usefulness as citizen and
public servant, It ta
Ordered, That the state flag be dis
played at halfmast for a period of
ten days, and that the offf T-s of tnis
department be closed during the liourirs
set apart for the funeral services.
"J. M. 'PI3RRIEI,, Governor."


Mistook Comrades for Band of Japs
and Shot 180 of Them.
General Kurokl In reporting to To-
klo, Thursday. tells of a bloody en-
counter during the Russian retreat
on Sunday last when a large force of
Russians mistook a small body of their
own men for Japanese. killing and
wounding 180 of them.

Warrant Drawn for $40,000,000.
A New York dispatch says: 'The
treasury warrant for $40.000.000 on ac-
count of the Panama canal purchase
was given to J. P. Morgan i Co., by
Secretary of the Tieasury Shaw Mon
day afternoon.


American Vessel May Be Sent to Man-
churia Port for Protection.
The attention of the state depart-
meat has been drawn to the possibil-
ity of rioting and lootIang at Nluchwang
In the Indefinitte interval of ftn-s be-
tween the expected Rulsian withdarw-
al and ITie Japanese occupation of the
pert. Secretary Hay Monday had a
s.aMiltatlon with the president re-
speeetag the advisability of again send
tlag a warship to Nluchwang to safe-
guard Amerlean Interests and as far
Bs psetble to prevent butidges on
other foreigners.


Sponsor and Maids of Honor and Or&
tor Named for Nashville Meeting.
General William I Mickle, adjutant
general of the Confederate Veterans,
announces by command of General Stp-
phen D. Lee, the following appoint
ments for the Nashville reunion:
Miss Corinne Tebault, of New Or-
leans, sponsor for the south.
Miss Mary K. Well, of Norfolk.
Va., and Misse Ellabeth Thomas, of
Nashville. Tenn., maids of honor.
Rev. Randolph H. McKlm D D., of
Washington. D. C., orator.


Five Coal Diggers Burled Beyond All
Hope of Rescue.
A special from Shamokln, Pa.. says:
Rescuing parties are still at work
in the Loaust Gap colliery, Where five
men are entombed as a result of the
fire in one of the elopes.
The miners have been In the mine
many hours, and all hope of lading
them alive has been abandoned.
The fire Is burning as fiercely at
ever, making It Impossibne to pltu
trate the forging


RussIans and Manchurian Bandite Ot
cupy a Town In Hernmt C Kingde.
Associated Press advte* ftroNi&o4i l
state that the JapsaeseoMt 1 ge10d1
at eeasea t hat A I(We.t1

The clothes wure *llab
by the burning of the lea


ae of Young
AI Moun-

one Gap, Vs.,
rd L. Wents
on about one
re bhis horse
earance. The
itly scorched
aLes In a re-

Japanese troops swarming across the
narrow neck of the Lsao Tung penin-
sula, the railroad and telegraph com-
munlcations cut and the .Russlaa Gi-
braltar Isolated and left to its own
resources. All this the Rulians seem
to accept with great stoicism.
These events have been anticipated
since the outbreak of the war an- the
authorities, in a sense, appear to be
relieved now that the blow has fallen.
They assert that the fortress la Im-
pregnable and amply provisioned o10
stand a siege for a year, and that it
can hold out until the time comes to
rellove it.
According to omlicial Information the
landing of troops from sixtly t.ans.
ports began aim-ltancously at Pitae
we and Capo Terminal on the morn-
ing of May 5. it sl also reported that
troops are being landed at Kin-Chow,
but this is not crcditad, as the Rus-
slctas are known to have fortlflsations
there and it is not believed tna .the
Japanese had the daring to lanI im
nmediately under an Inrrenched posel
tion from which the Russians could
Inflict severe Injury.
It was because be was convinced
that Port Arthur was about to be cut
off that Viceroy Alexleff, accompanfen
by bis staff and Grand Duke Boris, left
hastily. On Thursday several .rain
loads of sick and wounded and other
Inoffectives were dispajllrd norh.-
Harbor is Blockaded.
It Is reported In St. Petersburg that
the Japanese ships bombarded Port
Arthur early on the morning of Mas
6 and succeeded at last in closln
the entrance, but no ofllcial confirm
gallon of the latter statement can be
The exact hour at which commnnl
cation with the RIussian stronghold
ceased has not been established.
The strength of the garrison at
Port Arthur Is not given by tb., au.
thorltles, who will only say that it is
adequate for defensive purposes. It
Is not believed that the force there
exceeds ten thousand soldiers.
A larger force Is not consider I nec-
essary, as was shown from the recent
withdrawal of some of the troops who
were simply a dialn on the resources
of the garrison. The fleet must now
take a secondary position, and the sail-
ors will be used to man the shore guns
if necessary.
Despite the greater number of Jap
anose, the general staff believes that
their formidable fortifications still
leave the defensive superiority with
the Russians, whose staying qualities
will Insure their holding out as long
as necessary.
Vice Admiral Skryloff, who is en
route to Port Arthur to take command
of the naval forces in the Far East,
will be unable to reach his destina.


Repulse Band of Natives Who Made
Firce Attack.
The London ally Mal's Simla conr
respondent says that eight hundred
Tibetans coming from the direction
of Shigatse attacked the British mis-
sion at Gyangtso at dawn on April
6. The Tibetans were repulsed
with heavy loss and fle'l.
The British had only two sepoys

Dead Man In City Reservoir.
A watchman at St. Lould discovered
the body of an unidentified man in
the settling basin of the city water
works. It had evidently been in the
water for some time.



cent mountain fire as If the body had
been covered. J. F. Bullitt, general
counsel, and m. J. Prescott, auditor
Of the Virginia Coal and Iron Corn
pany, of which Mr. Wentz was. general
manager, went at once to thbo plac6
on horseback to guard the body. rhey
wired his brother, D. B. Wentz, at
A thorough post mortem will be
held. indications point to murder anti
concealment, and the body Is in suf-
ficient state of preservation to disclose
this. The body was accidentally found
by a small boy, while out hunting
cows, lying on the side of the moun-
tain. about a quarter of a mile off
the trail, at a point which was passed
and repassed many times by searchers
shortly after his disappearance.
It was near Kelly View on a spur
of the Black moi main, and only a few
feet from ,the track of the Loulsville
and Nashville railroad that Edward
L. Wentsz mysteriously disappeared Oc-
tober 14, 103.
Two days after the disappearance
of Wentz the tidings were communicate
ed to his parents, Dr. and Mrs. John
B. Wentz. of Philadelphia. The patents
hastened to the scene on a special
train. Daniel B Weivz, a brother, be-
came almost frantic and in a day or
two a thousand men were scouring tne
mountains. The belief at first was
that bhe was either klidn3pped for a
large ransom or murdered by moun-
taineers and hisa body concealed. A
few days afterwards a reward of $25,.
000 was offered for the recovery of
Wentz, dead or live.
It was subsequently increased to


Corking of Russian Stronghild Official-
ly Reported Japs Are Victorious
at Feng Wang Cheng.
A special from Toldo says: Vice
Admiral Togo reports that the en-
trance to Port Arthur Is blocked com-
pletely to all vessels except small
boats. He adds that the Japanese
have not lost a single war vessel, al-
though the attack roi.ilted in consid-
erable loss of life.
Vice Admiral Togo's official rec!tal
shows that the Japanese hate blocked
the entrance to the harbor.
On Tuesday morning, May 3. after
the blockading flotilla had been scat-
tered by i) gale and the commander
of the flotilla had signaled in vain
that the attempt Lie abandoned, pend-
Ing the moderation of the Ftorm. the
crews of the separate sh!'s, In no
wise daunted by the weather which
Isolated them from their companions,
proceeded to the work on their own
desperate initiative.
The forced their way In the face
of the Russian fire, whiic'i was more
deadly than ever before, as a result
of the Improved Russiin defenses,
over the field of mini'-. Many of
these exploded, yet five out of eight
of the Japanese blockading ships
were Jammed in the Inner channel
and now prevent egress from the har-
bor to all craft excepting small bonats.
This attack exceeded all Its predeces-
sorm In desperation, and the courage
displayed by the volunteer crews is
equal to that shown In any event In
the war history of the world. Owing
to the high sean running, the heroes
of these exploits could not be rescued.
Although Vice Admiral Togo again
avoided damage to a single one of his
vessels, the attack proved to be ex-
pensive inla lives. The blockading ves-
sels and their escort left the main
squadron for Port Arthur on Monday
evening. They encountered a south
easterly gale and by 11 o'clock at
night the seas were mountainous and
It was found impossible to keep the
steamers together.
Commander Hayashl. who was in
command of the expedition, observed
the Impossibility of keeping the flotil-
la iniLet and signalled It to abandon
the attack.
These signals were repeated until
O'clock In the morning, but they
tailed to reach the vessels of the ex-
pedition owing to the storm.
Russians Still on Retreat.
A St. Petersburg special says: The
Russian retreat from Feng V aug-
Cheng sla conflrn'd. The Japanese
pressed the retreating troops, though
with few losses to either side..
The Japanese destroyed .the rail-
road at Port Adams, blowing up the


Governor Terrell Fills Circuit Vacancy Georgia County school Oommleslenere
CausedJ by Death. Adjourn at Dublin.
The vacant judgeship in the A',ti-- The annual session of the county
ta. Ga.. circuit has been IiaTe.l by the school commissibn-e of Georgia ad-
Oppointment ofl Hoen. Henry C. Hsm 'Juorned at Dubl t Thurs4ay morning.
m6nd of Augusta. Governor Terrell The ammbers will m et next yer" st
Sapolnted htm to fill the office until Tallulah Falls. Macon and Talluiah
January 1. 1901. but ;;e wilI be elected : Plls were presim tte -s places for
In October to 11fill tht entire unexpirejl the next -Settag p.laeo. Tadlt lIlS
term of the late Judge am T was seed as e lae of e l
10Gary7, whih il epre nary by an .verwhelmhiE vote of the cox
107. eantin-


TOWN 1 Without P and B aked Newpert News C lOeWay id l Have
Beems Cut from Bill ef Fare.r N port. t
A new feature of the baker-' erilke Imlpr"it OsUbl HW
at 81hitnt1c Ma,.. Wednesday wa s the m a u .AL te
|ftaimiom Ia tW e thsupply of pt, a Inatfa agui mt Just
|tmt. e. PtePtarauta b-ia .cn.,el- h st t..
I1 "r1 t M ut.. from. the B4;Uft1e1qf

Panama Canal Will Be Push.

ed to Completion.


Eight Hundred Jamaica Negroes Al
ready Employed en Canal, Will
Be Retained on Most Pro.
flcient Part of Force.

S'A Wasnington special eays! Prei.
dent Roosevelt had an extended coa.
fterence Saturday with Admiral Walker,
chairman of the Isbmthian canal comn
mission, concerning matters conne.ied
with the canal work. They discuisse
particularly the regulations which are
to be issued by the president govern.
Ing -the canal alone and operations or
the commission. Absolutely dtn'iite
decisions regarding the scope of n,a.
regulations has not been reached y.'i,
but probably will be In a few da 's.
Admiral Walker said on leaving i iN.
white house that at present the
apply on the Isthmus was ample f.)r
the purpose of the aemmlstalon. 1n,1
now between 700 and 800 men, priil(I
pally Jamaica negroes, are emplo,.d
on the canal. On the transfer or ihe
property to the United Statee, Ad'iiiru
Walker telegraphed authority to coi.
tinue the work without interruption
'Thus far It has not been decided by
the commission whether the wor oft
construction shall be done by con-ran
or directly by the commission. In eiher
event, the laborers now on the lathmus
probably will ble given employment. It
sla expected that when the constrni-
tlon work is in full swing,several thou-
sand men will be employed. The day
laborers op the Isthmus receive la
wages about 50 cents a day. Uniu.t
States currency. They are generally
good laborers.
Major William M. Black, of ihe
corps of engineers, United 9'ai:s
army, who returned recently from tihe
Isthmus, after more than a year spent
there investigating conditions, had a
talk with the president. He will
return to Panama, leaving Tuesday
.vLth General Davis, of the lIth-man
commissalon. He expressed the luel'ef
that t'he sanitary problem confront
Ing the commission was not a sa-,lons
one. ow moaquitlcos, which carry tlhr
gorms of yellow fever and malnria,
are found in the interior of the coun-
try. even in the swampy district a. At
Panama and Colon, however, there arm
millions of mosquitoes, the brea~ding
of the pests bc!ng due, to the care-
lessnees ot the lanhabitats.
Major Black Is of the, opinion that
this condition may be corrected easily
by the enforcement: of proper sanitary

Shaw Ready to Pay.
Secretary Shaw, saturday afternoon.
signed a warrant fpr $40,000,00i In
favor of the Panama Canal Company
The secretary himself will take thie
warrant to New York and deliver it
to Morgan & Co., toget-her with ihe
appointment as disbursing agents of
the treasury department for this fund.
Morgan & Co. will deliver to Secro-
tary Shaw $25,000,000 In United States
bonds to be deposited in the sub-
treasury at New York as security for
the disbursement of the money.


Augusta, Go., Concern Swallows Up
Earnings of Poor People.
The failure of the Augulsi. Cu .
Debenture Company Ib a severe blow
to many poor people of the city, who
have been putting their savings Into
its treasury for several years. TPh
worst feature In connection with this
collapse s18 the fact that people who cannot afford to lose any
thing from their meager earnings.
The assets at the very highest mark
are valued at S30,000 and the lIthil
Itles at the lowest are $80,000.
When the expenses of the receiver-
ship, administration and attorney s
lees are taken out of the assets, it is
doubtful it the investors will get more
than 25 cents on the dollar.


Will Not be Released from English
Prison Until Sentence is Served.
A New York special says: Meditco.
Legal Journal, In Its current lane an
ounces that It has received priv,''
Information from London that the
English home secretary has leel not to extend any clamncy whatoer
to Mrs. Mtybrick.
According to Englisu la., Mrs. Ma-
brick is entitled after fifteen year-

imprisonment to.releioie as n roui': t
on ticket of leave.
This time will be tip In luly ne'-'
and it has been deoliled to hold lI:r
until the last on ib ,.-,aklo .i.t

* *':'~


.'t G your w ost," the hero cried
,.,.Ie to the villain bold.
aMw 'him act, and then they
e ddld as ho was'to!d."
-WahiIngton Star.

Tpe.rmanantlh ,'r d. V0o is or narvous-
4tm er first Iln,'. u .' ,., tr. KIline'R Great
'Ic Isto I'r I ri al. u l.Ramlitreatlre urree
l. H.I. KLrN, Ltd., 31l Ar. l t.,hila., Pa.

Aotso no ta,',l ,'. t 0.1a t ly meeting
troub.e half vay.
How to it-ni l.narea.
To oeande)lolto laces, lake a large gtass
Jir,a never witl ol ..:iattr.n a sil sl.r-.atl the Inoe
eieftuly on It. Pot tlih ,nttla In a warm Ivory
SO. p siads anl leave fr inu hoir. It Mtalot
are qlfficult to r-inovo, pin a, In the anu anet
bud thMY wIll dlntppi--. limnroi ly dipplrg
the bottle In elear w tnt.
-EI. N.. P I; PtnRFB.
About thetimhe loVe lets aup on a man
beanmatsnim .tAaki- a fail out of himn.
Ladles Can WVenr Shoaes
S-Ote ala smaller after ivisg Alloen's Foot.
E oa.powder. It mniaks tirhtornewshomq
S ,-CU as swcllea, lot, swatalng, achlng
'.ee t, Ingrowing nalls. corinud nbunlons. At
'.All.druggtats and shlie stores, 2We. Don't ac-
"eept any 1ibstitnte. T'r;.d package FE by
iaillt, Addreds, Allen 1. Oliusted, Leeoy, N.Y.
After a man lias been married about so
long ho becomiues acclimated.
lowni Larg,
Worried by. the frequent appear-
ance of typograiiiphical errorss lit his '
Snewspaper,- a Kfiiusas. editor says -tlhat
a typograji.h'a I error is an hard tihig
to find In a proof, lbut In tlhe,printed
.-ud completed panper it looms up like
a fat lady I- a group of vegetaiirlais.
e Iwar ofr o01i tttnnt -aor catar'rh That
o* 't Contain Meter.,t r,
ss mercury will suroly destroy tha sonse ot
deMell and ooaulot lytiritrangtho whole osys-
term when ehteriar it through the mteomis
snrface.. Buch artl 'les shoulI. never be used
e;eept on prosariptiloni from reputable phy-
slolans, as the dlanmaigo they will ldo is ton fold
' to the good you ru possibly derive from
them, Hail's Ciatarrh Curo, maninufadtured
*by 1'. Cheiney i ('o., aoleA<, O... ontatna
nomerotury, and D-i takouen internally, acting
directly uipon the blood naud niueoussurfaoes
.fthesystem. In saying ilail's CatarrhoCure
be sure you got the genuine. It Is taken ia-
ternatlly and madoe Toledo, Ohio, by F.
S tiey & Co. Te 1 inonials frooee.
SSol Drbaggilstas; prior, 75c. por bottle.
[Takea IH Family PJilt1 for coristlilatlon.
S, I.ooke sepileous ..
:A.,Chleago mnan refuses to testify.
atis court whether he had a brink ac-
Oetutit of. "$2,0000000 or not, on the
-grounds .lUnit het might incrimilnate
himself. Must not have had it. Any
man with that nluelh money is In no
danger of being Iancriinated.
Any Otoe can dye wilt PUTNAt FADUl-
LE'.za DYEs; o10 experieuce. required.
Usually whlen twa women quarrel they
ate.both in the wrog.a .
TI H.ia Ozr's i oNsa, of Atlanta, Ga., are
*he only successful Drrojsy tpeelailsts in the
World.. See their lbtaral offer in advertoise-
ment in another colA ni of this paper.
A lot of misery caiM.s- to the man who
sits down and waian. .
Mre. Winslow.'s foothiig ayrup torhhUldren
teetbhiir,aofteih isa uaas, reduoustilflaiRma-
tlon allayf l'nin,eurrswida'ia>l c.2C 50, bottle
Many a man falls in love with j. work of
art and nmarrics it.
Ptso's Cure is tile ta.t nealticjie we over used
for ll affeatlonas of throat n"d -lungs.-W .-
0. EDnESLv, aiilihuirci,.lad., FTeb. 10, 1900.
No wonian is. always right and, no worm-
ali', husband is alivw3's wrong.

"Their mnartidpgt was a hasty af-
fair, .I under.;tuand."
"Yos, Indeed. 'i7iey told the min-
lIster -to hu'3,; an they had engaged
&a cabman by the hiour."-Jmdge.

nHecdt ilat riir a'- ,:I it.mniii I 'l1ii olla of
lurking disme',a'. I I.-ai,:ih' Is ki.lliey
paln--a watrnmiilg "1 tl uali .v ill-. I'rin-
i ia t11\> .'tll you the
kilui .. tre t. ak.
'Ia hstnuta at %itiivit'Siq,
Ia h s.ld Izzyy
p.A'l days of8
i iin. ighl; s of un-
1. in ii' reiiager ig-
nill w varlil'ng yOU to
eii.'m I It,' kIlluemS.
I o' alatnt's Kidney
Pills. %litl bl ave
ii:ile IIloisatindls of
p- i'.ma nti li ctlures.
i'rank II. Over.
wli bgh. emel1 ie-luyer
and farmer. C'.atl. ill, N. Y., says:
"Doctors told ai.. i il e.r1 s iago but I
had Bright's l-t sa." a iil al hl th'y
could do Inothblig 1t1t' i1eiin. My Ihck
etched so0 could ,)r stmal Itto even
drl6e aboul. a id im.'gvs of the kid-
ney secretion i lav .isi afreqtleit aso I|
annoy me greatly. I wnir growing
worse all the time, iit, Imrt'S Kidney
Pills enred me amid I lnve been well
ever since."
A FREEr ith is great kidnuY
medleine which curedA Mr. -toerlanugh
will be malledd! ,oaiilleaImI to amy
part of tIhe United States. AddreSas
Foster-Milburn Ca.. Lhfftio. N. Y.
For sale by anil dealers; p'tce 50 cents
per box.

rw ON -1-HE HOOT'.
"Are you a l(?of hers"'. Ur.
Npwbo~intett 'asked th'o lan~ifldY.
"Not c~ooled," replied Newlioaril'.
trying 2his e~eak wuapicIQU~lY.-EZ-

wngd l7 Iii t -Lonidl suffejrersof Kid-
ney, *0i itG515&Idaf and Blood disesamS
048=a U q JstII i P all that we eIAIM for It.
PUUfte",IN witbA~~emn e&0




(;a represent the eight studding to
anjil joisia to. Now, nfter you lihave
tlie house built aind equipped, with Tbe
exceptjio a) of a ple o to pot your, y3m c-anl dig a trend cll in the ground
liieo andi one-half feet long, twelve to
. 1 ,' am. I r',Ii,' i a fso. aitnd six to tel
!'.. ', > lan, at id l 01u lamt itI thlae e flt'bcox;|
I. ,.\ 1 u[ tlaat tlao arot' iittl t he l0l1boxl
:t Ctl 11'' -, i frso <,f bri'.k nlanld you can
thi' a tla'r v h.itf ia ua la i l of f welI-drilelt
:ml'Aust Ins their llt'ehox; to plut on 1tho
ImI'th i ,C" i lmt fir-bo'l x get nit old worn-
i.t: M l screePii nid tbend It Ii a semil-
a'-:i, 1'. W\heTn you line you' r meat
lmH:I l up rl''ny t) smoke and tire start.-
i.l I.m I Ili seTnll ov r your (firo and
\A aI i1111 It' i\e It und not lin e an y
1i, rs f hnti luent falling into the fire
ia,'.. ,mae tHI- wire screen will prevent
it fr,-n laying on the fire If the meet
S-Il!ould fall from Its pin. Such a
smnokhl.otise Is uiore safe and fnr
v; o.qipmr Ilih. any that has been condo
s:rma-aled In this neighborhood for
3 ears.-l'E Brown. In The Epitomlat.
Isareep .otes.
Ir if t nir ar ticket, the sheep should
I', I pPla.I after ltie sheapring. Any
-l'.- I eonl mIIIreclia lip may lie used.
"l l'y Slhouild not lIo put back In the
alstite lmintll tIhey have sloppeld drip-
I pini. a a tIae dip t Ill soil the grass.
A lbr. x shiouldl beo provided deep
tiingh I to subnergc the animal., id -'e tho sheep for two or three uiln-

j is' p enla he turned on llie rye ear-
ly In tllu- sprI-lng. before tile pastures
a 1i m it ,I .Itd the rye -erop -will not bo
ma!' Ill ii im ( Il.
S,**'i;'. aloeep will do well on bright
a.: r h:'y. with mixed hay. corn toa-
t-r nni I ev.-t n Ittlhe strnw for variety;
Iat l.'t emiclta caan li oslitimied only
'".i soni 'e grain is given.
\ troingir grotilh of rye will ltkae
.he lliace of that eaten by the lheep.
i T uim Jl nthout the roots of tlhe pinnts
v. 1l lie irimell by Ihcll-tlhus the heav-
I: g 1y f-ro0 will be ovrecome'.
Il.;rl'als l-eg in ratlliig nlinn a' eight
o, (Ili weektis oll. TIhey should Iheon
lie giv'TnI gralan in a s iide pen not accpes-
.11.1i Ino thep mollierr. andl here the
'lii:.oe'st iOIk' of clover bay can be
Ipiteall f.-; tlheni. The grains should
1e of ta iite und palatnile nature. Onts,
ground whvlat and o1 rumeal are suit-
able grhnlt"I.
A good hr.nie nisnal tolehn'o dip can
bh made by stex-ping twenty to twelt-
ty-four pounds of itbaa'c'o for twenty-
fortr honrs In if rlm-l clt naltr to cover.
I Doll foran hour before atlraininl. aftlr
wa.ich allow to stand six to eIn hours
and then dllate to o00 gallou Tren-i-
ty pound* of sulphur will add to the
clyeetiveneMU of the dip.
'With a large fock a dipping fank
f iromigh whloth the beep can be driven
m rves the labor of Ilfttig the sh"ep.
Thi tank ahomld be stralhlt down at I
one e.d witllh et"let incline at ate I
other. it almmld be Sio feet "ide at
The top and one foot wide at thle o-
to. The .le' Jump of the o 11
a -- dip id -W5* Q V Ow 1W*Ok

'I".. res.ore the color of renhmiere that
I.r.:, i'..'n splashed with uudi. sponge
i1m diim-tilore'd parts wilhl war.e. with
a Mla:Iill ier. oof aodaa dissolved In IIt.
1'Aoll-1l houaps nlly alip Iuaiglit In
qua.IInily s niv.ilIa'Itanioaliy as Inuln-
tiry oaups. all ie tollt noups need dry-
ainu anl Irpemilng, Justl al Innuh as thile
coal.-.a'r vnrlelles of the laundry.
Mil:. freh Philadelphia cream hlieese
iwilh acay6eute pepper and paprika.
3Mold In1 a ball and send to the table
to be eateu with apples or pears at
Idc-sert. It Is good with saltines or

other crnackera with the salad.
A growing plant ajould be kept In
the room with a piano, mays a pinno
iuner. A long as the plant thrives
the plans) will. The reason that a pi-
ano Is injured by a dry. overheated
room in that all the mnolsture is taken
ouw @, the sounding board. The board
ia forL-ced tnlt the case so tightly that
It sbulgi- up in the centre and though
Ihae wood )Is supposed to be as dry aa
lpotSilale when this la done, It contains
Fsiam nolclure. and gathers more on
'ml|IP (ll ays. When thla moisture la
i'r e.l out the board flattens and finally,

A Ibdroom set for a young girl la
arlite cunmueldd wood with pink roses
wiasi admired. The bed was of wood.
wltl m rnlher high headboard of a
graceful Phape, and the roses were dis-
pooed over It carelessly. The dreslsng
or te bed wnas original. Tbhre was a
roll bolster covered with cretonne pink
rraes on an cream ground, -and the
spread was of the same material. This
wnas enat to exactly fit tbhe top of the
mattrese. and hbad a full ruHe. wleh'1
did not. however, hang over the
Imt were tucked in along the sldes.
The erect was of a full puff. All the
cushions. etc.. of the room were In this
cretonne. and the curtalas were barred
dignity. with a quaint, old-fashbiod
ralanee of cretonne.
Tlhe .se of cooking thermometersl.
which until recently was AlmoMst thor
oughly confined to hotels and restau-
rants, is increTslgI ln private kit-
chens. Most modern boasek-Meepp
count them nowadays aa. eceaaltli,
and they are to be found Ia anSy Ihe55.
furnlablhg shop. They register a scle
of temperature which somewhat et-
reeds 40 degrem Ito adttin thUe
ijndiate at what temperature difer ait
meCs ashUlaead be. reee. Matte
needs IUeo lowest tevtprWstWUl 00 de-
grees; ife( .requles 810 df6eSrm A&a
pork sad Toml ] 4!k M 4dpa-. B--A-1.
mld pasMty sed 400 d ea aWIM" -
clt pia .st mwaeat4000,.
eaw askWM

llalls1x 11214im Classa Poultry.
A reader of tilis department wrItes
.t long letter, asking for advice as t10
':ow lie hall go about getting togeth-
.r n flock .f high-cehias poultry. lie
.:is\s, lnnlog oih'ap things: "1I have
tifly inying eIens of mio parLicular breed;
linlce-l. I link they represent a mix-
.. ic of half n dozen breeds, nnl I
,aiit to: n.1e then as tlhe foundation
f,ir ay lahih-clasis fowlsa for they are
">.-01I Ji:yers"" There Is nl'absjiley no
li.i(e for sticcess If a IU;In goes about
ainsii hlilgli-cltsa poultry with a lot
,f uilxetd fows as (lie fouiindalion, yet
:lru'iers ,are quite, given to trying this
plaill-, ind w-'en failure comes, cry-
iin.; down the poultry business. 'With
sneli a iflock as the correspondent re-
le'rs to the best plan is ltokeep (hem
or r eg-g production anil for- settioug.
lhein ilt him buy a trio of high-grade
i oris of Ihe breed he thinks wtll best
suit hlis Dpurpose. For tlisa lo. he
sitituld pay all tic enn possibly afford.
Thesa birds. should be housed and
yatded so that they cannot possibly
comet iu contact with the comnion
fowls. Their let hhlm buy two, three
or four settings of eggs of a high gradO
iid of tle s anmo breetd is his trio. but
mayiaig ttuini of aanotlier breeder. Give
lhe-e eggs to the most rellable setting
hens i u the common flock, and let her
care .for Ioe chicks until they c lna look
out for t hpitselves, whei they slotulI
be allowed the, of the rnauie
untitil lirge enough to breed. As this
,1i.'riol .draws near see tlliat tlhey. are
kept aiwity from the coatmmonoi, stock,
and lbred the piullets to the cock of
tlhe trio and the liens of the trio to a
strong cockerel of thi hatched birds.
IlI this waay the breed is kept pure and
the danagerr of iiilreediag overcone.-
A fti-C m t.iie, ais 1he flock of tihoroIgh-
breds iacreases the colimon fowls maly
be dUsposed of.
S Convenlen.t Samokeihouse.
Fromn th( acompany).ving lltustrallou
It can be seen nt alluost a glance that
such n simokehouse is couven.ent, natee
and ceheaip. tuch a house should be
constructed on the following plam;l
Take some refuse studding for the
frame itaid rafters and some refuse
plank for the sldiing and roofing. Tho-
dlinunslohis can- vary some In length
naInd width, buit none 1In height. 1Th1
Illustraltionu shows a house built seven
feet long, five and one-hbntt feet ivide,
six nnd one-half feet high. The hori-
zontial lites (A) represent the joists to
hang the meat ont, the vertical iliesa

Lhen Hit.' porltable airp-pllll, Iii keh
tbho place of the old-fuaslonied bronitm,
hoise-I'efl ning, nilhoiuigh II 1a;.y iot Ih
allogetller dielgl ifual, will .- ant 1'-iilt
msanltary and dilstlHess. Tli, H.:lo' illll
Amerlenn lihac snmnt lile'ae'lhigK hlllnagn
to sany of thlu h'w In1vellntion:
T'lh smirp ri'it otvilatur wli4lil nine sot
vur'liol size. 'couL IAt otf gi afti l l'ra 'Le-'
work which ials Ilat on tih rsirai to
be cleaned. ThinI IrIariied n uLod.
and conutatns an expnmudd nozzle' i-n-
nected with ti e hosa-. In tho Iloltomn
of the hood is am small. slot thuroimgh
which tho nir passe.e In a shot. It Is
forced Into thJn rug or carpet at a prem-
aure atinlclepnt to blow the dirt out.
frow the fabric.
The dust punases npward tlroiugh
slots Iito tlhe hood, anad [a prevented
from esmapingK into the nr lay it cloth
bag which reni- lim it. Tho dirt settles
Into n pun especially deslNeiate to col-
lect It, and Is removed ly takliag off
the bag and empfltylUhig tIo pai. The
renovator Is moved by a b indlo over
the floor. Taje handle also acts as n
conduit for tilo acompressed air, lhe
supply of which In regulated lby atl
ordinary valvo. 'I'Teo renovato Is a
aitillmted earpet-aweeper.
For removing dust from upholsalred
chairs, sofas and other furniture a
band-rpnovator inay lie ised. It In
constructed ona the name principle n
the lariter type, with the slots for ap-
plying the air-pressure and collectllng
the dust, and is pushed over the s nr-
face by band. Erenm billiard-4able
coverings aro tboroughlly leloned of
chalk and dirt by the hsud-renorator.
In freeing pillows iSid mattremsss a,
simple panematle'r nedle Is us-d. 'The
air Is Injected wrllb suffliclent force
to circeulato among the fepthier. haIr
or other stuflain, and expel file dust
that may hiae collected.
Theo ar-blait, supplemented by sun.
outdoor aIr and Smp and water,' would
reconcile meot women to the passing
at the braom, -the disturber but not
the destroyer of d deadly erns.
Wild 1legs mwme"Mtweela.
A pack of wild dog almost as -er-
age aa Wolves hbas beap llscovered la
the wilds of Wyoualr Comnty, Pena-
These wild cars are believed to bi,
the offspring of two dog aoe owned
by a hermit who lived In the -wilds.
When the old a 0 wasU takes I11 eaire
by the poor orvesser the 4as TmbasuHd
nla the w
Tb Were the m n m t-lkM ItV
(,thr tMblts asal IMauns uad tber td

00 &W O W E.l AM

"I Have Every Reason to Praise,"


i'otalo ie.
P. acI nial .li,.'a half a dozen potatoes
:.inl '-iiopii lilta smaIll onions. Butter
a de;p baking dish and lay In a layer
of lioatloas, (then on'e of onions, and a
Apriikllng of chliopped cold mineat. Sea-
,.on with sit iand pepper; then repeat
t.i' hoyers aud cover tlie whole with a
-ri:-st a-anudo ns for ples and rolled
twice as thick as for the ordtunary plc*
1In.'Ik slowly until the vegetables are
-do:ic. -

Equal of irlasheed potatoes
ii 1: boiled greens, salt, pepper, butter,
out' i'g M .1Mix Ihe pot-atoes tand greens
logethii'r, season with salt and pepper,
.Iil a little -btltter amtnd thle egg well
'aeaen. .ttiattr a bhashim nnid shake in
saritu broi'aed reiatd Oranibs; put it
:li pllt.atoes unul gre-ens, and bake It
n Iot o'ien afor thre-quurtlers of nti
'iotir, .T'iii'n (ut of tihe basi an and serve
iat 'l vegi, tabhc dishl.

S Vliolae whlioat l.ainn.
Miix two tc1pil'ills of Whole wheat l
atar.- wilh .n1 tleaonspoo.Ifuil of sanit til
twio teaispiaoftill.s of sugar; bent tlie
.ol. o f '.''m o i t% s taIn ldd oni e t 'upiftil
'of iiill to Ilin ; atdd tl- e nilIk ::ind
.ega.' to Ili (loti', litl t amuntil .s.nooth Alind
latId o i cupfaail" of lkemwaimtn water;
"..tiin Well beaten add the Wllites of
the eggs (iatein stiff and two level
i1spoonifuls o'f laiklng paowder; fill
liot gre:asel genm piitsa and bake ini at
tiot ove'll twenty-Oivo nilumtes. .
n lat lalIelne ".
a'ree one pound of cold cooked cod-
fish or haddock from all s-kin anid bone;
piek it ltto. siliall pieces; pt two level
tatlraespoonfttl% of better itn a frying,
itin; when it has melted ndd two: level
tatileqlioonfttl of flour; stir, until
sNmootl; then andd toe .*etpful of told
illik a Ilitle at a imne, one level tea-
Isooniful ct salt aud tk*llttle pepper;
put this over hot water; beat t-e yolk
of one e'ggi add It to tu'.lsh antd cook.
oni minute; ndd i little chopped pars-
lcy; serve oii tonst or ill paper- cases
or s ql:tlls; .preait over Rome buttered'
crumnbs anilt brown in quick oveni.
titbbon C(ato 'm
OnC1e ci) of 'ltignr,, on e-balf cup of
ut iter, -tw'o-thirdas Of n cup of sweet
milk, two eggs, one teaspoonful of
rcmvin of .tartar, one-half tieapoonful
of soda and two cups of floir., li'avor
wiha Icmioa or almod6ti Put two-thlhrda
of ithe mixture n itwo oblong pan us,
-and to th re.inalanli tig tlhird nd-d oio
lairge tablespoonful of molasses, two-
thilrds cup of chopped rmldllns, a Ittle
sl'ied citro:.i-.a little grated illtnmeg
allld one fiablesli)oonful of flour', taike.
In -oeae sheet. Punt tile sheet together
,'i lle warni, witl c-raitberty or anmy
alrt- Jelly.

A Mystlrlnum Vonmpoumlnd, Invulel by an
lnilln ieTrrillery Hulmn.
0. A. lantks. of Ada. I. T.. Ilmh In-
vroited ii new nual very -po-iie fill
siikelai'ss i |midr. rima oin< ev., ''s
n 'alch Ih has I lhilih li'.i. I. l .i s Iow
in o'orsa'L'poInllt'IIcI't illt -h o TI i l'tiG llI 1I
experts and exiieltsli si0on to il.tian-
atrII e to ithnm tl:- oior of hl Isa .ln-
IiOn Tihe inlrredl powdt'r are his.alr nd ls'inome o't'ler '4tt .
tllituent iilchl .lMr. 11 :11K 5it O IS'l t1 ) W
roIveal. 'lii'y alie <' >tam>pi'lm .al tog t lh
er In the prOpeii r i ro it'i,l itia i :>tlt I.til'el
a certlia length orf titnu o'n- i a -hlw
fire. The watr li ilthe1 a iu.iiitwilt %M
arid a brovi mat i 'lllm ecl w hi ili Is 1 'ft
Is tlhell driId aind l ie'o toilets ile im' i a''r-
fuil powt'.th r. 1. Se%' r l i' e Iluu I rtaiioli-,
IIa1NO lieick n- iiat l will l. a d 'overy ,
liaar" lheri', aitl m tie Ivo.11, Ii t i' .1-,
clulty i're itnlolas to lleave thie .ow-
dj.. -adopted by the (;oveti'imnnt or1
have a ait placed ou its t \m ffacture. |
Recently Mr. Balk nu Mid i bl'lyv oti|
trleds I ,elt to tihe-wo lis-'
tAtmce frin lueroe itaid p 'lee'd a litith. 'lt
of tbo mysterious inixttire hIn t it hiige
oak log. After attaching 14 fu'e' ain
stapitlg tile cl-) plug we li hU th
hole, they hastened to hide ttieeinselves
behlild a nearby bluff. After ihte ex-
ploslout not n vji'stlg' of tihe log could
be folindm A shotgun shell, oin n-
other occenson, .was loded-ll with ai
gramninul and a thalf ct tli I'tty poiowdert.
'Thie explosion wi lch olloweiAld itte Ilt-
,Iharge. of t'w shell blew tihe 9n11 to
pieces. Mr. alnnks says the new.I piw-
der canl be produced att it cost ot mlboit
lnie cents a pououdt-Kl nsas Lity .lour-.
. .l..
The .City Fliower Trade.
"People outside trhe adeo hiive no
co.incep.ionl .uof the enrmloui business
that is aniial.y doieo itn plants an14
cut towers in this eity," sld at hiad-
iungMudison llavenue florlst.. "On the.
prll'tipial naiin anid ecoss-town thor.
ougitfars lletwen l rh'nltoil street and
l13i"th i-eet. tlre tire umore tht. 2.'00
large tloi'tst conro'e.ns. ench of which
pays a rAilt of fropn -(000 to $7(00 ai
year and does a busln hiis of from $n,-.
000 to $50,0000 annually. The celpital
Invested In land, greeinhoumsl s u l
stock In this city andm vicilty is 4loiutt
".Thoe umber of plants andt flowers
sold Includes 5O0,000 violets,- "lo;o000.
roses, 1,200000 catrIantloi 1500),000
lillies o, thie valley, t60;000 iiiIscellan-
CotU plaints, 10)0,000) hl ilsa of ferns,
1000 cases of liolly, r5tM) (.Oases. of miIl-
Iletoe, 200 cases of Pri'ncess pite, iti.-
000 y4rds of garlainds ainad b00,0t00
deaths ls
"Durtmg" tile holiday seasOll aindl
through the month of .J1niiry ithe is-
sortmenat -O towers In the New Yo rk
market embaria'es tlfte-nt choleo vnari'-
ties of roses, six varlotles of' minelliais,
several ralicetle of m'fIiItitaIms, .O-
chli-ls and violets I nt hndaincle, liello-
trope, bhyaclnths, miii monttr, prlmn
roses, a nallnas, forgt-lte-iot, tile
sweet elysitlln, eIt. 'T'le ai.nolliut of
.mlilax used aIiero I elmomoais, Molie
florists estlniatling tlhat from 1,0(K).000
to 1,5000,000 feet of tli$s lwautl fill vin6
are made up yearly In lltis it)'.
"The general aiterage of 6 r'lee at the
present .time Is for rut roses $1 it
dozen, except for cholitd spevnliuns,
which romulland fifty .ents, or even -a
dollar ecath; callia llllies, Iwetaiy-'ivo
cents each; satllux, thilty e s A yard;
hifelotrope, cariatlots., lioitma.rlirti mid
other small ilowera, itmoit tlfiy cenittm
a doaen; hand boailuets fr ii? $2 to s25,
according to lzeo intal onillmsloito;
ttale deslglis fromil $5 to $10;; fllntirial
designs froum $3 to ,tsO."- -*ew Yoplk
A Hrracn TIha t ,wn (l'ilie.


a'. aa st~
a..,' a a.. tI
tim- a i ama,, 'a
* a.' i'j II,, il*iaa~
simI faa .am,, s .a Ia at
sit ('a hit 5'ja j~ fma~

Shampoos of


a(), V ti ll. 4. -1 4 I .-. p, ,',-...mi ll '4,1 ?A; .. t t ; tll If V l.
i s i i ,I Is a i n 1 I S 'Ifm ( t I c to at
M Ile, .in1l .lhi > dW1141|', i> I<. i 1, i I i 1 14 i li* #. f l .ib e,

of l it" lI ,,, ,, And light ressings
im"g emaP...a... a... 1 ala .. ..' t t 1 a-1 .... '""* i" .. ii. l f ...a ..a .. "u"ai" "'gm I C. i oR A th
plie-sh aIit aa H i t e ily aIf lla. ta %it a k11i i ... a, .. m, .. A# f j I l'.i a f I of C U T IC U R A ,thee
ltll itC t UI I -Im'a.UCh ia l l I, aI I Ii ll ,t t r. I,,f 1. l 1 1a11 1 11s I 1 iimi 1" lD SIItin i II Ir'i
;I'sa tht ( 31 1 a ta t 'l i l. lt Iilia i I 1 a11"ti. io") h t a t l .1t S n u re a n d
J1\ eiybod> ma tat ax.i,, ,l to .I Li t, l... .l t ,lil, un ri--, a l 1, < "ias "I fs of a'iiIV%1 a amt sao i m'm a-
Iheie or somehow. ,'s, a ita1 ( iji s ... ml ail#. t t Ia**- s\\''ic tcst ofc ioilents.
P'erlhaps it will Itie \c lt I t, aor aitI1r -A1 t li t ala,-i1 (, sim 11 t' g lm< rta 4 Or ia l't 'Ii ,,
or damp cilutles, mt t a11 is ut' ,a a lt I J m s e"i o mIt-'Id. JIa hoeai 1i10m. 1 t ,ai 1 his trcatll- nt at once
thousands other Ittlea 1ti n1 alai ,tsl I1oi, ,I' t 11 1 iaa ch-tIIl, tat fi nale t l'l h 'li ln h,
ia shrewd emiough tot always uaoid iliae t T dV mai 1l m ( li i'al ait eaIml It IIt I Stops iailli g lair, renioveS
liable caltelng cold. a ull s. "-M- .1. I ru ts Scals dandruff,
'lIicre al no fact o mdtnical scan':o bcttri t ...... ,, .. crusts, scales. and dandruff,
known thiea that 'aPemuna e ured atatih destroys hair parasites,
wherever locatl1. ''Tholim ands of fan ii s iitinls i ke li l .- n il -a rai d o i rI itcI.hin r-
in all parrt o: th UiniteU l tiuesi are hpit ro. onl. uii.a ud. t,.0 li) aa a.t i,, Ihl.a I t soothes irritated, itching sur-
leated Ironi colds ind catarlI by Pi'rtu %. tIl i a ia.. .a iiI. ol .a,. .i ii I. St il PS t
Once in the family I-'erln a alway stays, we I' ar.e V ;e a vit y i,,ivi i .i uoi, t i'', Stinulittes the hair of-
ou home can part Praruti. ftor th t io t t iphyaichiu 'a i th aNot d uli haI tv.ev l .ch u licles, loosens the scalp skin,
tr Il of it, v lunotam i -m n ll usi astic nid grat'ull lettIers
Was have on ille many.thou-and tectimo. of tfnmIcait- rs .- U u1an4 .i or tII'una- silppli<(s the roots with energy
.. . al otrishit<-nt and makes
T (TiHfietiiis r1t to L "t aaa0 i iltiat1 irT.'.ia. ,ovta tl hair g row upon a sweet,
....IU R L, iaO t'il .> tN i t',C A|.-" :i:., i r'.... wvvIol, ome,. healthy .scalp,
lahlda taii lnlla, for 2e-tulit p. e t lt i lettcilq it Io aO-" It. i or.. M.1 ,y a iU I-f nw, t i.a t si h i l al l, e fail .
-'alen allt ele fails. *
,,N. B (.'Complete Examut tad 4A intentml
Ttsaaeait far Cetaly ilunioa a fia ani -Piatles-to
S..ataln, fiora l nftani y to Age, Cimsislting of
S" "('l'llt'IURA Soap, Ointairnt, and Pillls, may
nowi n e had of all Druggiaas tai r One Dol-ir. .
Sold airaiu Iaaait world. ( Cltleuraa cm ta, &r.0 .
a-t, Mw... itfaa i W tin'- (I fa in c ctha r-vl.sld
P ',-,.t- 0ai ,, ....aT .iq Ci ti. -

Avery & Company
V in at "" i',A- i ta a

By A
5,0, 0 Railroad rare Paid. 500
ilS oureewn O ,let.
.. ... ..__ 0_ B1ard 2at Cost. Wrilo Quick

A Uolden Rule
of Agriculture:
Be goad to your land and your crop
will be good. ,Il41ity of

In Ilaerferlller epellaquality
and qmiuaitlty In the hhar. | j,
vest. Wrlls us and
we will sand co yt,
/rn, by nezt mail,
our money winning

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I hee Is :;ol nf aig p llhIIa ..:l ar a tlfaa ll-a i
erlemafts IJ e I i I' a ., I hlan
,Natural Ilaivor) FO (l products
ts all..aI la I a s 4I ..-- .,a ,.

bby, Chlcngo, LU. S. A.
Reliable Prick Englins. BDolers, all
FREE to WOMEN '" rlW es.a- ler., allh, .
A Large Trial Box and book ot In-
structlons absolutely Pree and Posts
i Mid, enough to.prove the value os *
nrm n to dissolve In
wale ~ eon-pm loii
a Nptohal twhl"' Irritating
mltIldd sumfares. and Large Engines and elolers upplled
J I **asa*no lnsthlnpru promptly. Shlngle Mille, Corn MIlls,
f le. B 1ryhno m*esen Circular s8awI8aw Teeth.Pttent Dogs,
I -. ~i anrm Anllesptli sAlu GSteam Governora. Full line Eigifline
a- a- mh Shirr--hoa more Mill Supplies, Send for free Cataloguil
". 40 imnomlln th"Wily shd

sa-t ap aie preprn
Wouwcbny. *suiriI un Oumi a st(St.
The formula of a nosd B&Won phyican, I WM vedal
and used with great ICtm m as VaVlnl i x.1 upejj V e& Icl

Catarrh. Sore Throat, Sore Eye, Cut., c o plls'a. rl A U *L'io 03DOA
AN ah or1eucou P lcSN loe di s,
and all sornes of mucus membrane. al.ceraVA01rniS. hOW
In IN-al great rmipit af ft,.-t ln I lls ls i tinep I *MA fInI tis sI. a IIs It (014t1. ..t i ml
ilavalmmable. UMa,. ixs ao Vuhtaifi ,Wta4 t we
rhallunteg tli. worll to lilrlida : Its eqain l t a.r .
thirouilimi 'tn i Illa 0isa ,lr- Ilt'lain k ,ietmI la. Tri x (tlm- al T -ps
aidl hultn( powl r It hli ai ll Isll rms wll hh 'h s dl
al' in I l r"it lk..a.d r aid tai lis | raartIlu ls h, mi U ISIAlA
tAlugul Ul S._i l' l- j'l" ii ha1tlil mlla I ml fik lAX 0Al1iii,
wrliefrorthe ?rma lminS opf Imealsmitac to-day. THE
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This is What You Want I XMAN
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An e .Wk'tB l ft The time was when a candidate
D. B. GODWIN, for office in this country could
dliteorand proprietor. drink and get under the influence
of liquor did not injure hisa
iu'VP red April 28, 1908, at Gainesville, chances of being elected. Even !
a second-class matter, under Act of those who did tot drink themselves f
of March31879. would look upon the drinking ca:t-

led every Tuesday and Friday, didate as a funny, jolly fellow..and
vA$.00 year in advance. the fact that he got drunk occa. -
So Cents for Six Moiths, sionally did not cause him to stand t
25 Cents for Three Months. a poorer chance of getting what he
Asked for, so he could show that he
-' Iopal Readers in brevere type, 5 cents was a staunch Democrat.
mgl lbr each insertion. But that time has passed; passed
.(pae5for display advertisements prio6d forever, we sincerely trust, and to
ap~p'eatlon. the everlasting honor of God aind
h'_ .man. When a candidi'te wtvii's to
i The editor is not responsible for the .bra. iup",.to nake a s ech.;aml
*tews of correspondents or others con- brace up", to muke a speech. inl
atbiuag to his columns. "tanks up" on liquor to get thee
effect, he at once places hiunsell
.lorida nominated Hearst dele- where he is not respected by any
*gates Tuesday. Yes, Florida is for class of hearerp; it was not for-
S' and good men be praised for it.
The vote for State Superiuten- We wish no man ill; it is men's
^ 4$nt 9f Public Instruction was a evil ways, and not the men them-
2,eat surprise to many -citizens of selves, that we oppose; but as sure
city and county. as man was born to live and die, it
'Th, good people ofis a great mistake to think that it
tt.tyare to be congratulated on makes no difference about how a
a oe majority they gave candidate acts these days.
ty Judge Majoi Tuy aey Leave your bottles at home, boys,
t Judge Mon T day. (if you will use them), when you
|.'Atw four more weeks there will go out campaigning. Don't let the
i ttt little politics to write about ladies (or the gentlemen) see you
then Florida editors can take tnrn the bottle to your lips. It
the good roads. question again, won't pay.
.our weeks from today the re-
ts of the June 7th primary will Texas Baptists are proud of their
Ithown. From now until June the record for the past year. Over$2o,-
there will be some lively hust- ooo.oo was raised for. Ilone Mis-
by some of the candidates. sions and nearly $25,5oo.oo for For.
Sa eign Missions. The Dallas church
g Th e wir in the far East has al- gave during the month of April
Iost been lost sight of during the $3,001oo.o09. From an editorial in
political campaign in Florida, the Texas Baptist Standard we
it ls really said that the little learn that several of the leading
.. Continue to be more than churches have failed to send in
ough for the Russians. their contributions. With the bal-
The voters of Alachua county did ance which Dr. Willingham re-
Sproper thing Tuesday by giv- ports and the funds that are in the
.&olar g majory Againt a hands of the treasurers of our
SrgConvention." As the Sy a churches the Foreign Mission Board
S to Convention. n As the e will be able to begin another year's
sid from the beginning of the C work with renewed courage. Texas
m 'gn, we need no State Con- is bidding for the uext convention
and while we would be glad to see
Nearly all of the Northern tou. it come to Florida yet we believe
i who spent the summer in we ought to go to Texs. It has
Wilwda have returned to their been ten years since the conveUtion
to suffer with the heat while met in Texas. Duritig the past ten
Floridians enjoy cool refreshing years New Orleans, Hot Springs,
the lik -of which are not Louisville, have all had the Con
wn in any other State. vention and the Eastern States nave
shared in these honors by having it
1ae election of Hon. 0. M. In Washington, Wilmnington, Ashe
ta in the first primary last ville, Savannah and now at Nash
y was a high compliment to ville, besides two or three other
t young man, and it is hardly places which we .are unable to re
bted but what Mr. Tillman will call. We give our vote for Texna
heard from when he goes up to and ask for the convention of i91t6
tallhas-ee as one of the rcpresen- for Florida.-Southern Baptist.
tOwes from Alachua county. A NOBLE MAN.
D' d you do your duty Tuesday? If Mr. Taliaferro is tolbecongrat.
t ( you did your duty when you ulated on the large vote he polled
a'Wtt into the voting booth you will Tuesday as the trust candidate for
." lwaya feel proud that you did it, United States Senator, is not Mr.
, ut if you voted for or against any Stockton to be congratulated also
SCandidate because of unholy in- on the magnificent campaign he
8, fencess brought to bear on you by conducted against the trusts? There
'a,^thers, and against the dictates of are but few persons who will ever
.iMrown consciene, you will ever know how much money was spent
*qgret It hereafter-even when you by the corporate powers to defeat a
4$.t*ad face to face with death, man whom they could not control,
: and surely no man ever made a
.The original warrant for the Im. more noble fight than John N. C.
oment of John Bunyan was Stockton has made against the man
,ia tly sold at auction in London who is backed by the greatest cor.
U brought $1,525. The great poratlons on earth. Stockton is a
'mlle of that warrant is that it noble man-one of whom every
r S aocselon for Bunyan's writing Floridlan should be proud.
;dSw Immortal allegory1 Pilgrim's
~:'grits. Had Bunyan been left The editor of the STAR is well
'feee, that book would never .hve pleased with some of the results of
b- written. Satan overreached last Tuesday's primary. Very few
blaell In sending John Bunyan to men come nearer to getting what
tiaoea.-e-Western Recorder. they hoped for than we did. A few

S,: of our candidates were defeated,
- In one respect the editor of the but we were almost overjoyed at
la exactly like Alexander H. the splendid success of some, about
hens was. Mr. StepheMs had whom we were uueasy. Taking it
of his own, and he was altogether we feel that we have
t what he professed. If he much to be thankful for, and we
that something was about to are duly thankful, and hope for the
and it he didn't want It to best in the June primary.
and thought it ought not to
he always tried to keep- it ha job pntnyon want at snd
happening; but if-he couldn't prompt attention, and work and prices
Its happening, and it would iw'l*asT von, ff
anyway, he would just let it A. c. L. Rate to South eorgl anud
M And In that particular West ilorida.
S f the STAR Is exactly A chbanse to visit the old red hills ot
l tRHlah r and West Florida. Atlantic
Mr. w C tickets, good fr seven days,
S._ .. and a ehame to visitt MoeY fronds at
attempt OB t iart of a few ow rat. Ticketsbe sold for all
ay t~th, sand for twilshe elug
d'at aebhvi le on the eveuand wit
dur ty A.- A pleat
of the tr4 -t.a. I nat-
a cent, to Q to Valdosta.
m ,a ded nd, ad aabqo
qdt-hbftof whom ne..o M...... o 1 .

,sdon ,,

Dr. Mto1itt iorthell,
The Celebrated New York City
Will Visit Gainesville,
Thursday ard Friday,
May 19 and 20.
Positively 2 days only-Office
"U Brown House Parlor.
Dr. Corthell will visit Gaines
ville Monthly during the year.
High Springs, Saturday, .lMa 21.

Untler and by virtue of a fiSa'l decree
rimade and rendered on the 28th (lay of
anuary, A. D. 1903, by Hon W. S
ullock Juldge of the Circuit Court of the
5th Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Alachua county, in a case there pending,
on the Chancery side of said court,
wherein Rachel B. Jamerson of Atachua
county, Florida, as adminlatratri o f the
estate of James .A. Brock, deceased, late
of said place, and J. L Jamerson, her
husband, are complainants, and Henry P.
Brooker and Drew Ilrooker, his wife, are
defendants, wherein I was appointed as
a special master in chancery to execute
Raid decree, I will sell at public out-cry,
before the court house door, in the city
of Gainesville, in Alachua county, Flor-
ida, on Monday, the 6th day of June, A
D. 1904, being legal sale day, between
the legal hours of sale, the following de-
scribed real est ate ituted, lying and be-
Ing in the county of Alachua, State of
tFlorlda, a:id particularly known and de-
acribed as follows, to-wit:
The west half of the northeast quarter
of Section sixteen (16), Township nine
(9) south, Range fourteen (14) east, sit.
uated in Alaciua county, Florida, to.
gether with all and singular the tene-
ments, hereditamients and appertenanices
thereunto belonging or in anywise apper-
Said property levied upon and to be
4 1th ae tie property of said defendants,
to satisfy and pay said decree, fees aind
ct N. T lerins citsli.
'lii b 26th iimv of April. A. D. 19o4
W. S. BIlRooMr.,
Stei ti Mister iti Chneicery.
C." Im.S I rin(k M IirnIsoN.
Com plaini mi t's tI-,ilic, tor


(it inesville, -
Opposite IBrown I House.


' I'lone No. 97.

Gainesville, Florida.
Office in Miller's Law Hxchange.

T. F, Thomas



tUI,,, IUINK Olf
Personal attention to all
matters in this line. Mail
and telegraph orders
promptly attended to.
Embalming scientifically
done. . .

Mention this

. When you come to

Smith's Studio
And you can get 6 Photos for $3 p r.
dowa i fs one for $4. and 04 oqes
for This to make room for
nqw mounts. All on band were
bought last Novembet and January
and are A You al ways get
Pine Fadeless Potografs.

frd Youar Laud4g to
,u --A.H '', '


Robt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
grpph and Mail Ord-ers Attended to



Eastman Kodaks and Supplies. |

W. R. Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.

Call on me when you want to buy

Horses, Mules, Buggies,
Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
Saddles, etc.



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Second Disrtrict

I of Florida,
0-Solicits Yoae Vote and Suppor'4
.. an the Demsrl ml Pr-immey. !


Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax.
Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission,
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
SDuty on Egyptian Cotton.
Rural Mall Delivery.
Ample Appropriations Suwaemnee River.
S MItary Park at Oht, e

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Jacks6aonvlle 1 6tel.
The New Travelers hotel, H. W. Ilan-
6ock proprietor ond R. W, Canipbell W
sitant manager, is the plamto a top
when you go to Jaeksonville. Nice
roonis, good table fare, resoinsble rates,
and centrally located-Onu Bay street, In
business center. Mr. Caxmphell is of
Waldo, Alachus county, asd it will af-
ord him plaaure to treat nicely people
rom his home, county when they go to
acksonville .
When you go to Jacksonville and want
good fare and polite attention at reason-
able cost, inquire for the "Travelers' Ho-
tel," and when you go to Green CoVe
Spriige stop at the ilveralde' Hotel, of
which Mr. Hancopk is also proprietor.
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,We Have

In Stock, and are constantly iteceiv-
I ing "up-to-date" Shoes for Men, *
" Women and Children, at popular "
prices and of the best makes. 4

P Wecall

I Particular. attention to the Ladies
.1 "Brockport" and, Mens "All Armter-
ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

tJ. D. M;atheson,

Sghoe and LHatliev jtnf (0ainesville, FIB. .

The Gainesville Planing

and Coffin Company.

Is -totJetimiies hard to ktep pace ,itlh hit
our facililiet, are equal to all dee andt.,
whether 3(ou want to build one house cr
on e lo.en.. Youi are on the right road for
t I eI ight klnl of lhuniher when you conie
our ay. We deal in all kinds otf Iuild-
hig Niaterial fi-r outside ailI ijmlub e fivilsh
eto coniilltte nar) dlellig, hotel sto'e tor
factory.' Tell us 3 our wintls. We nll
ed -Io tlhe rest

II i hli Sprih n' eat l, I n iter
l .IiI rii intl 1P oini.ts.
',Ilitika. al J.icks, nville,
Norlih. .::t- minl est
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.\II. i.\, AIl.nHli nil 'itnts North. Enett 'We.,
R.m lie It i...Mniainlopv til Citrna
Iligh -lm)rigsa

:t. .augui .it e i" I' C Kv 7 1 1 a mi Lv
.,ii -., in 'lle '" 1 .e I i n I r
'.cksonville A l. Ir t 10 a nII I .v
liflont 1 I I'ifton S & F Rv I 19 a n Lv
Macon4 08 p 'Ar
Maco Cent. of (;u Ry 4 18 p n ,I1,
Atlanta .7 03 p n Ar
Atlanta m A Rr 1: p i Lv
Chattainooga It' 58 p in i Ar

Arrive Plm,,ia
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Chattanoioga N C &St LRyll hp 11
N.ishivllle 1 1 III in
Nnshville l & N r 3 10 a m
evinsville . 7 5. m
E-hviville ... ......-..a mi
it Lou s 1 85p I
Evansville E T H Rr 8 I5 a IuI
Terre Haute 1 20 a nm
Terre Hause C & E I Rr. 11 25 a u
Chicago '" 4 10 p m

This train is th[lie stanilard of perfection in passenger service. For I'nllhna
Reservations and other information apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., 't Anigus
line or A. C L. office 138 Hay St., West, Jacksonville, Fla.
Interchangeable M mileage Tickets, good over 13,000ooo miles of amomg the princi. railways in the :.outltermn States are, on sale by the principal agents
Through Pullman sleeper Fort Tampa 1 New York. via Atlanttc Coast Line;
alio via Atlantic Coast Iine and Southern Railavy.
For complete information, call on
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Oainesville.
Adhilrcss: FRANK C ItOVI.STON, Coui'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt.,
138 W. Itay St., Amtor Building, Jacksonville, Fla
II. M. EMI.RSON, Traf. M r W.I CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmington, N. L. Wilmington. N. C.

Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.

27 I 31 I 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. I 54 J 34 I 66

S 3o0
8 55P
mo 451)

2 13a
7 20,k
4 .ia
5 39a
m I 46a
12 3op)
6 45a

3 oip
3 4'-P
5 owP
5 36p
5 36P
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S. Jacksonville .
. lahlwin .
. . W aldo .
. .Cedar Key
Silver Springs .
.... O a l ...
.... .Wildlwood .
. .. Orlando .
D)adle City .
. .. P. lant City .
. . Palmetto
Manatee .
. . Sarasota .
. . Tampa

Iv Jacksonville 9 ooa 7 5op
IAr Fernandina 15a 9 oop
Ar Brunswick . 12 op 10 35P
Ar Savannah .. Ilop Ii 5oa
Ar Fairfax . 3 G9P I 44a
Ar Denmark . 3 57P 2 2oa
Ar Columbia . 5 3oP 3 55P
Ar Camden .. 7 4op 5 54a
Ar IIanmlet 9 55P 8 o5a
Ar W\ilmington . . 12 o5p
Ar Southern P'ines 8p 9 36a
Ar Raleigh . 11 iI 53P o 45a
Ar Portsmouth . 8 ooa 5 35P
Ar Richmond, Va. 6 35a 3 lap
Ar %%ashington . 10 Io a 8 3op
Ar Baltimore . 25a 11 25
Ar Philadelphia . i 36p 2 5o0
Ar New Vork . 4 15p 63oa


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4 o4a

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4 45P
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12 41P
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8 25a
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9 45a
7 429
7 270
2 oJpI
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Lv Jacksonville..
Ar Lake City ...
Ar Live Oak .
Ar Madison ..
Ar Monticello .
Ar Tallahassee
Ar Quincy .....
Ar River Junction .
Ar Pensacola .....
Ar Mobile .
Ar New Orleans...
Lv Jacksonville .
Ar Macon . .
Atlanta . .
Chattarooga .
Nashville ....
St Louis ...
Chicago .....

3 40op 9 25a
5 5SP 1 2oa
6 3.p 12 o4p
7 55P 12 58p
9 top 3 5Sp
9 40P 3 25P
4 17P
5 05p
10 50P
2 558
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Connections for Palemetto. Manatee, Omeeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
days, front mainesville.
Train No. 34, Seaboard press, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richniond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
No. 66, Seaboard Mail, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Jacksonville and Washingtomn, and drawing room Pullman sleepers between Tampa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. S5 connects at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannmee and inter-
mediate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and .7, Pullman sleeper Letween New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana.--Leave Port Tamps Sundays, Tuesdays and
Thursday, 11-:15 p_. i.
A. 0. MacDON E.LL, Ass't Gen. Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, FLa
E. C. COBB Ticket Agent, Gainesville.

Gainesville & Gulf R'w'y Co
rm ta a t il ct July 5, 1903.

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Cotton Department, AtE5V1 .,

Highpt price paid fo ein .101and 10tto0
I.: Seed or Lint, Lrge or Small Quantities.
0I lportcd Sc I laid and Selecred Florid i
Pnlain, Seed.

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