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 20, 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
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The first issue of the Gainesville Star appeared on May 1, 1903. D.E. Godwin was its publisher, and the paper appeared semiweekly at least through October 4, 1904, by which time W.L. Hill had taken over its management. Some issues bear the heading “Twice a Week,” and publisher’s information occasionally referred to the “Gainesville Twice a Week Star.” The Star appears to have been affiliated with the Democratic Party. The Gainesville Star carried reprinted stories from around the world while providing a good share of local news as well. Among the issues discussed regularly in its pages was the adoption in 1904 of a “dry ticket” and the resulting closure of the town’s saloons. The prohibition of alcohol would contribute the following year to the relocation in Gainesville of the University of Florida, the state’s college for men. Gainesville was known for its good drinking water and the lack of any other beverages or activities that might get young men into trouble.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 1, 1903)-
General Note:
Publisher: D.E. Godwin, May 1, 1903-<Sept. 27, 1904>; W.L. Hill, Oct. 4, 1904- .

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Two Prominent Officials In Court


Motion to Dismiss Ovirruled
tolloway Waived Exam-
ination and Unve Bond.
There waS a large crowd of people in
thie court house yesterday morning at o10
o'clock, who went. expecting to hear the
S uoiineiitntelt trial of Superintendent W.
ha. jonlloway, who is being charged by
uiperiottdciut 1 W. N. Sheata, with caus-
itug to lie piublisl ed a forgery for the pur-
pa, c injuringg .Mr. Sheata in his recent
- calidilcy t'or reelcctionl to the office of
"Stale Su c.riialendent.
Tih e were -nlaly htusiness and profea-
t oealI meii present, and all seemed in-
felsely itere,sted on either one side or
the ilther, and Mr, Sheats, or the State,
-was rcpreeaited- by Attorneys B. A. aud C. C. ''hobnas. while Attor-
neys S. L. Carter and J. M. Rivers ap-
peared for NIr, Holloway, the defendant.
When the case was stated Attorney
Rivers offered a motion to dismiss the
Sie on the ,ground that there a hono
such law in Florida as the one under
which it was being attempted to try de-
Sfedant, and in proof of his contention
Mr. Rivers read from" Journals of the
inouse and Senate to show that the bill
to create the law then being considered
ailes to pass and become a law.
Mr. Thrasher read from tine Acts of the
: same year showing that the ItII did be
come a law and was signed by the gov-
ernor .
The court then overruled. Mr. Rivers'
motion and counsel for defense then ask-
ed that client be allowed to wave exami
.uation and give bond to await the action
of the grand jury. Thia was objected to
by Attorney Thrasher, who declared
!-evidence in the case should ne no loigi-r
witibeld. "We are ready to procee- "
said Attorney Thrasher, several tiu)s,,
but the court finally ruled that defctil.,.t-
cotuld waive examination and give 1, nili,
and amount of the bond 'was placed iat

"Hard Sense" Wants Many Voters
to Know.
LACRossE, Fla., May 15th, 1904.
EDITOR STAR: I want as many voters
as possible to know that the constitution
of the State does not allow a manila who
has not been a citizen for five consecutive
years before his election, t > tale his a iat
ais a tremiber ,-f Congress. Frank Clark
kft Plorida, registered, voted and i held of-
. lice in Oklahoma, and has not been citizen
of Florida since, and therefore is not elig-
Idle as a Congressman. :Wil.l even Hoke
Smith say that a mian can put on and off
his citizenship at will? oIf SO, wha sense
isa there in registration? What -would
keep a ma rourm voting in many States
and counties in each and every election?
Remember, every *vote you cast- for
Prank Clark you come that much nearer
eating the Republican Cheney. Do you
lish to do that? I think not.,

In the Courts,.
After weeks of no lawnessness in this
Ciy, the 1itonotony was broken Wednes-
day, and County Judge Mason and Jus-.
tie G. M. Coleman each had a case to
dipose ot.
1l Judge Mason's court, Raymond Ed-
Wsnrd, a colored youth, was arraigned on
sCelarge of forgery, and wls sent to jail
t await the action of the grand jury.
'he had forged the name of W. R. Car-
r to han order for 85, and was trying to
P t the money or good from U. Edel-

I Justice Colemau's conrt Clarence
uo, colored, was arraigned for wife-
big. and was convicted and sentenced
Py 50o and costs, or serve six months
Ilte gang.
The sentence was none too severe,
ile probably the wife should also be
)aght a lesson in better doicg. In both
the above mentioned cases a good
ggin at the whipping post would
been more effective. We need a
iu"g post for such fellows as Roy-
Sand Clarence.

LFPontiee-StrngteU w.
J ,eo. LaPondsee, foraredy tfofga
abut now city editor f t. e Times.
n.i_ Jacksonville. a Miss Kittle
OWoW, an -c rj.H.ed and pop-
oatng lady of HAwthorn, werp
in marriage at te laose:l Rev.
McCor e, in SaviwMb, lawtTook

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The People's

Frielid, attnd Candidate for the United Stat

Vote for him, and thus elect as your Seqator a man. who is the
friend of the men wiho toil-the men who make the wealthy of the
country biut enjoy less of it thai-i many who labor not. Vote for the
inI-I who wotthld rather shake the tough hand of t-h -plowman, or the
axeman, than the gloved hand of the millionaire.

Rait tlias Comie--eaches Are lilpenluig Editor Probably PFound Some Hidden
-Farmers Are Prosperous.- old.
A NO, lit., May 19, 1904 HIrGH SPRINiS, May 18,- x904
I-) xi-t S'r. it \Vc have just had a EITO R STAR: I find as a full page
g orio.s and intc!i needed rain. for head line in the- Jacksdnville Metropolis
wiiih ,Le are le iidv ly t' lnkful, All of yesterday the following: "In takinib
cP er.e xt'I rifg )batlly, especially 1 part in the Second primary let every cdti-
thue jxchl it<>,, .x' ith is juy beginliing .et of Plorida think only of the good-of
to ri)x.'. lt-hrcvt'i, ievene crittes slip 'the State, forgetting persdnallties'"
pt; hm 1i lx r.- x!,iil is eleven dti's Well, in view of the fact that just un-
,. ii i.r tht i t fi-,t ii in-iatt was made der this good advice is a disgusting car-
Sx;t t.- C.nn ~~i ;I o r1ii look-well, torf'of JohnN. C. Stockton, this "for-
nt i na fii n tlixti ii to ireeive anid getting g persoinalities" is refreshing even
a;.' r:x:, thii rain i latin the rather stale MetropolIs. The
Th luti r last. Ti'he foin l.itioin l s been built of neutrality, biut towards tie end of the
about thirty b 'inys, blit th xoxik l-has been first antd the beginning of the second
Ilei' -' l "o ciitnt i he li iber. primary the editors probably found some
Ti e S', l;: sch il -vl c-ie gin 1i- of the hiildden gold of the old time bucca-
-;ay .;c 2-ti. ; xiin! th iihoe nIciltior- neers and are- now iinilerendent fii
ihooid ,ill unite it a pi -lic it he- school thought, and so wags the newspaper
xiioe. world of today.
The FVor s' Gryv Siay School will STOCKTON VS. BOODL.
observe Child nli's Diay biy taprpriiate /< .
s.trva e. oni ti-h tliil Sunilay iin June. HAIR OROWER.
All thu pol>e t xe cxtltetd to take a Brooklyn, N. Y April 21, '99.
er-ll filE it l iskct thilt today and -have a 1Dr 1, Giddinags,
basket Il niier oin .th- groiiild. Dear Siri-Will you kindly inform uWe
Mr. and Mrs W. N. Grainling were .b return mail if you can send your 5oc.
pleasantt visitors at, it we .ek. bottle of Hflair Grower the Unparalleled
pleasant visitors atis (Trade M k) and.if so I ill send. ou
Robert Swinlle, of Tex, as, who is a postal note for the same. Please inform.
brother of Mrs. Thlioti price, and Prof., ie the amount of postage if It can be
Frank Swindle, a nephew of Mrs. Price, mailed. .
and l o. is just ack fral termI of When ln Florida the winter of 1897
and Ho is just dack from aterin and '98 I used five bottles of the twenty-
school in West F'lorida Semuinaay; also five cent size and produced a nice growth.
Mrs. Smith of Newberry, Mrs. Bell and of hair where it had been entirely bald
Miss Annie Price, all called on 1for fifteen ears, andno Iouldlke to
Henderson and family today to "seethe try it once more if I can get it -
folks and eat peaches'" Yours truy9 Hicks St. J. W. AV .
SJ. It. Iligbee,of Waldo, route agemitof State of Flork. .
the S(Axlthern Express Co, .came over Coutity of Alachlia, -
this week, and opened the Arno Express City of Gainesville.
office for tilepeach anrid cantaloupe season. Peonally appeared before the sub-
Mrs. T..J. Terry iha presented her hus- scriber, a Notar g ulec, in andrfor the
State of Florids, at large,.So aiddings
band with another. fine girl. Mother who being dulyswornby me depoaes and
atld babe are doing well. says that the above testimonial wasseptI
S1a'.. N HNDEitSON to hint by mail by J. V. Hamnes, a man
wliotn he had nevlier seen or heard of,
rd of hnks alsn that he ha Card of ian.ia ever having used or procured the
I takc- this niethod of exprcssnig my I 'niarnlleled Iair Grower. and as far as
thanks Lo tihe )emocritic voters of schi,,l(b he I nosA no one had influenced him to
.....n.s t "h e largr w e vote they o .t senl if a l that the mani has never re-
district N-". I for tie lrge vote i % ei tiin for senulinit t.
for ie in the recent primary election. rorn to aninsulbscrild. before ne this
Assuring then that I will look water tLe t 1l. d.iy of Novemlr', A. 1). 1902.
edutati.emal interests of Alachua covitly. S'It- Gituus, M. ).
\'ours very truly. N,stary u'lic for thli- State of F'larida
R. B. Wr.;i:KS5. at large.

Glddiags"' Hair (.Grower does tle W*ork. [o not f.i to alttenI thie free miqsical
For Sale by Dr. IB.'ciddings, a.nga ss-
ville, ant(i the lostoffi6e Drug,"tore alil ]I. concert lby Mrs. Dentiy's class at the
A. Stephens, High Springs. Fla. public s-chool auliitoriumiit tonight.

4W .o#*qle** 440* A c*lI 40 -e. *

I Does Your

SWatch Q


i f ot we'll cure it, and when we get through with
iyouf wonder why you didn't think of us long before.
S ilwork guaranteed. No hasty slipshod job leaves our 5
shop. None but the best.material used, and you will
i ot grumble at the prices either. -
7 g e C. Stevens,


jitn Springs, -. Florida.
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VR'lEat,31nWEa tohn^i"f *" inspector1.L .

By firs. Denby's Puplls at the Public
School Auditorium Tonight<
: T'o Pianos, Eight Hands-r "Caprice -
... J. Raff
Misses MeCllvaiue, Batiks, Da-
Costa and Doss.. .
ChoruIs-"'Hark 'tis the" lolioni
'InIstrutimeital Solo '."Whispering
Waves" .... C. 1).Blate
Three I 'iaos, Twelve.Hands
S I "Pearl of the Sea" Karl Merz
Missed Fagan and 'agan, Roux,
Kelley; Wimberlv and lIyneBs.
Voc.l Solo-".Leonore" (Violin
ObbhtIgato). .Trotere
Miss Goode and Capt I.. B. Giles.
CGrand Duo -"Sur L' Opera D. Italvey
Misses Cushluian and DaCosta.
Song -"'Tis Morn" AdainmGeibef.
S Misses Goode, Fennel, )emnpsey,
Wintherly and Endel. Messrs.
S WiTcox anti Haird. .
i'iatio Solo-'D)ancing Leaves' ;oblberta
Claire Denby.
Quartette -"On the Moon-lit Streaim"l
.. .. A. ,eibel
Misses Reddinti, Goode, -WintV
herly andI Endel.
Vocal Solo -"Mid the Hush of the
," Corn' (Violin Ohbligato)'
.-. ..... .. G. Temple
Air. Laird and Capt L 11. Gile-.
Three Pianos, Twelve Hands,
nutaisie" . A Struthi
Misses Mcllvaitte, Iee, Walin-
wright, Mc' .lean, Cushmlan and -
SWilcox. : .
Song-"' iftas Your Mother Any More
.Like You" ... .A. Keser
SMisses .Floyd, ;PadgetW Denby
and Phifer.
Instrumental Solo-'"A Dream,"
.eS (tev*rie) .. .... D. .Blake
Miss Fannie Burkbnim.

Grand Duo--"Sounds from Norma"
-Missrs Annie and Jessie Wimbirly.
Cborus-"The Sleigh Ride. C. A. White
Instrumental Solo-"Second Rhapsodic"
... .... . Liszt
Miss Alma Fennell. .
Vocal Solo-'Echo of Naples" (Taren-
telle) .. .. Bevig
Miss Dempsey.
Two Pianos, Eight iHan das "1'lka"
S .. ... '. Gobberts
Mrs. Draeger, Misses cannon,
Wtimberly and -Wimberly. /
Quaftette-"Under the Lillies and
S Roses" ... J. P. Skelley
Misses Goode-and Endel, Messrs.
Wilcox and haird.
Vocal Solo -"Down In the Depthas"
'...... ,. Kreusch
.Mr. Wilcox,
Piatio Solo-"Polkta" . .Spindler
Miss Lucile Livingston.
'Three Pianos, Twelve Hands--"ava-er
liers Farewell March" R.ter
Misses Heater, Burkhim, Pagap, .
Cannon, Herlong and Phitfer.
Vocal SoloQ-"Sing Me to Sleep" (Vio-
lin Obbligato) REdwin Greene
Miss Wimberly and Capt. Giles.
Chorus--"Pairie Voices" A-. G. Crowe
The entertainment will begin promptly
at 8 o'clock, Admission Free. '

Real Estate.
If yun Iave clty property (imptoved- or
unimproved)-.farming, truck,, pasture,
timber or phosphate lands for sale send
me full- description and lowest prices,
terms, etc. I can find you a buyer.
Attorney at Law,
iPeb it Gainesville, Fla.

try Pagan's matarket for best meats.
Mto. Denby's class at the auditorium
tonight.t. Admission free.
SMr. Tucker, a prominent merchant of
Newberry, was i town .yesterday.
sheriff. reinel went out to the mines
yesterday to carry, t colored prisoners.
Mr.. Lewis,- of Monotbr0ooi spent
Wednesday night and yesterday in. the
city., ..
SW. J. Osteen,, of, tHigh Springs, was
traensacting business n Gainespillle yes-
terday. : .
Z. .Godwie, a prominent merchant
of High Springs, was a business visitor
to the city yesterday.
Tax Collector W. H. Anderson, of
Levy county, was in the city Tuesday
from his home at Bronson.
lion. J. A. Rosborongh, candidate for
the Legislature, was in the city Tuesday,
and seemed in good spirits.
Mrs. R. L. Stringfellow, of Jackron--
ville. spent several days recently with
friends and relatives in Gainesvtll.
h. Heckard, formerly of this city,
but more recently of Live Oak, was In
the city Tuesday, enroute to Jacksonville,
Prof. J. G. Kellum, candidate for Counm
ty Superintendent of Public InstructIon,
was greeting friends in the city Wednes*
J. C. Newberry, High Springs; Momn-
roe Venable, Kanapaha; and J. R. Will-
iams, Alachua, were in the city Wednes-
day. -
Capt. J. S. Dupuis, one of the moat
prominent planter citizens of the county,
was in thbocity Wednesday from his home
at Bland.
Captain John Fennell, brother of our
worthy sheriff, L, W, Fennell, was la
the city yesterday from his hose at
Mrs W. llis i spending awhtle at
White Springs. S e Is in poor health
and it is *oped that she will be beeftaed
at the Spriofg
ee that the feet ho d amhous
Don't tkeay cancofWeie tem
it. The sboPs we Is&
vtnsat ae 1000,424 1
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The People's

Popularand Leading Candidate for Governor
of Florida.

Vote for hini, and thus elect as your Governor a man in full synm-
pathy with 'the plain people ot lhis native State-one on whom the
Railroads and Corporations o .Florida have no claim for past favors;
a.umat of the people; big of body, brain and heart.

Dr. Mettltt Corthell, the occulist and MArR'RS 5ALB.
eye specialist, is at the Brown House. l tUntr and by virtue ot a Decree of
rf there is anything wro-g with -your oreclosure o Mortgage, made and ran.
eyes call 4,. -. -yor idered on the 7th day of May, A. D. 1924,
eyes call on tue doctor. by Honorable J,'T. Wills, Jtudge of the
Special Agent W.L. Hill of the New cir it Court for the Eghth judicial
Y, i ri sue nrance Co, with us t of Florida, in and for Alachua
York Life a e c i county, In a certain cause the pending
headquarters in Macont, Ga., visited his on the Chancery side of said Court,
family in this city yesterday. wherein L.L C. Gracy, is Compilnafit,
"i M-Co' uo "" "te M 'ai J& .... and T. H. W ideman Is Defendant I,
P, M. Cooson, ofthe McNai. & Wade Ferdinand Bayer, a Special aster by
Land nd Lumbebr Company, returned d appointment of the Court, will self at
Wednesday from a trip to various points public outcry before the court houme door
in the Ipterot of his company. In the city -of Gaineasville, in Alacua
S. ,- county, Ftlorida, on Monday, the 4th day
Ask Judge Mason, Judge Coleman and of July. A. D. 90o4, between the legal
Mayor Thomas, if they think closing the hours of sale, to.the hig best and best bd-
saloons has caused any decreaseAin crime der therefore all the followin described
1mm Gainesvrflilea nd Macln -county- pece. parcel or tract of lad t-i 1Alchus
inainesvillandAlahua county Florida, and described as ten
Hon. W. N.-heats, State Superintend. acres, situated, -lying and being in the
ett 0of Public Instruction, returned to south-west corner of the south-east
his"hotne In Tallahasee thi morning, tUarter of the north-west quarter of Sec-
is hote inionTaa two ), Township eight (8) south
after spending several days in the city,.. of Range seventeen (17) east. Oontaia-
n tg ten (so) acres.- Together. with l
City Marshal Cnarles Plnkoson attended a;,0 "'^ ^ h.KmiS!
-CityMarshalCharlesPikosonattended and singular the tenements, hereditI4-
the McCarroll-Mixsofs nuptials at Willis- m'nts and appurtenancens to the. a n be-I
toi Wednesday night, and during his longing or in anywise appertaiinng. 'said
absence Thonias Gardner; acted as tier- pp perty to be sold as the property of the
absence Thomas Gardner acted as ,nar- d tSh7PD esda
.6 .-- .-. .I' said T. H. Widemnpn, the lDefendant
shal. -herein to pay said Decree.
Dr. J. L. Kelley, candidate for County FXaDINAND llAVN .,
Superintendent of Public Instruction, Specl Master in Chancery
has been out among ;..the voters, and Complainant's Solieitor.
seems pleased with what he saw and -
heard If it is Job prntUng you want aIsmta ai
Prof. J. H. Coffee, Waldo; y. your order to the Wtar, It wll
ownend, Rex; .. A Strckland promptttenti, and work a
will suit you.
Hague, and Capt., A. R. lu6nre1, Jack. -
sonwille, were among the visitors-to the -
city ytnday .: I L .
SRev. C. F E.arker, of Orosse, was a flI
visltor'to the city yesterday and paid the |' F
Star office a. pleasant call, He says that a." a
the long dry apell has been broken, and .
LiaCrome mhas receid several refreshing

b. W. Tomprkins, one of Mlicanpy'd
moTs popular young me, was in the city
Tuesday. Mr. totpklus hald the mis- j tlf l 'I
'fortune to lose is livery stable and mwos, "UU e
mill by fAre ode night last week. There P J -
was o nlasurasce, ; .ning e s

ast lorida Seminary will be preached.
by ev. Mr. Xraler. a -Baptist divine of K Iv 41OO3h1
Talahassee, inJ te Publl e ho e l audi Pra l ttetlw ttiR -A
toxins, Sussdsy atrso a,. us matters In this line, Mail f
I. L.-' Townsend, teR J. A. Tucker, -and tlegtrlal orden u
lochelle.e Ales xeed, Montbrook Ji D, promptly attended to.
Vousgioe, Newberry; L. W, Jackson, mbalming scientJically -
Ocla;' I. U.. Turaer, Lake View, mund done .... -. .'.
TOM los; J acksonville, *ere in t heOAIN SVLL LORID




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The Thanksgiving Days Her li
G ainesville. .I


Calamities Predicted Have Not
Come-In the Mayor's -.
Alachua county has been what la
termed a *drfcounty' for nearly twelve ..e
months, and as yet none of the dire.
calamitiea that were predicted would }'
overtake us have occurred. True, "sme
of the business mien df Gaineavllle com-
plain of it being unusually dull in their
line si nce last June, lut others claim buM- .,
nies% ham materially improved, while bot .',
banks report larger depaolts than ever
before, anud the sheriff and police report
a great falling-off of business in thecrim- -
inal line. Much liquor is still consumed
hIn the county, being shipped to various
polnta by ezprmes, but a whole we ..-
believe the coudmonof affair in Alachug .
county is much better today than n '',
year ago.-OGalnevllle Sun, May .
Some say the above is a very strnigW ,
confession for the Hun to make, but Il
that as it may, the Star can teXtify Wt" '
the truthlulmess of what is stated in the s'

And now comes another item from the
gaiteaville Sun of November 30, 19go.
Read It, amsee n-what changes have been
drought by closing the saloons:
There ware sixteen cases in Maor
Thomas' court yesterday iporning. Maet
of them were colored vfttlmsa of a too
liberal imbibing of liquids. The most
of them were for plain drunka, but there
were some who were charged with fight-
idg. Nearly all the arrets made .wre
doup by Marshal GOranger, despite the
fact that there were asi special police.
men sworn in for TbanksKiving. Mayor
Thomas was inclined to be lenient with
all of them charged with the least offense,
but those who were charged with fight
igg or carrying concealed weapons were
uned heavier than the others.

.B tuDivv AxcR.
On last Thianksgiving Day (when them
were no salooa) we had no extra poUti
and there were no asresat. Now will
those who have hated the editor-f th.
Star for fighting saloons adumt that what
he fought for has blessed the city anud

ncCarrell-filxaon. '
Mr. Thomas McCarrpll and Miss Helen
fzison wre married at the home of the .
bride's parents in Wilhston Wedneseday
night. Rev. ~righill of this city -
performed the ceremony, and a number "'
of Galneaville friendswere in attendamee. 'K..
The groom ts a worthy youngmaott heo ie
was virtuqAly reared In t his ety, atd t .
bride is one of Levy county's ebha uring: .;4
and accomplished young ladles. A "x.
- The Star uultes with other frlende 6sIt
Sr. and Mrs. McCarroll in wishlg
hem a appy-aid pmseperous life.

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Stof Czar's Troops Evac,- *o't-JMW, Reptt.. Nat nd mInstiltu-w
Tr' o Trops EvacuA am grsultur National and Pripts hnstitu- According to Returns. RUSSIan P0 TOWn A8sailed
Sate City of Nleuchang. x wA asinto'ea y .ay.: some tion Fall at 'Wacon, A Jacksonville dIspatch says: R by..Heavy Guns of Japs.
alIplecaal omtlal predictions regard- ... turns are still Incomplete front, the --
iPSON the ravages of the cotton boll wee-. TWO ML LIONS INVOLVED m rlda p.rima. .Several precincts aro-ESULT IS YET UNKNOWN
APANESE IN POSSESSION ii are made In a report soon to beet heard from l othercounles ULT IS YET UNKNOWN
Ii't" I lde4d by the department of it|Sil --- and o.- returns at all are In' fron-----
neral Remained Util L written by W. O. th Conerns Under Control of1 H. TYor, W tot an44 W ashgton. Plae' Is Also Invested by Twenty
S t Marced from te Treaty bol weevl t i Plant- BEtablished in 18I .and Forty-two coudiles of the forty-ave Thousand Japanese Troops -
Port-No Oppoeltlon wl*h half a hundred a Wexpt re now. 180 Suspenglon Caused the ta the st.e give Tallaferro tor senate Russians to Make Stand at
1 Was O rea .G eAeed. Greatest Surprisel ,80.06; tocklon 11,624; JennUings 8. Harbin,
was ye Wr. Hunter say that cnaservatlvo -23---; Call 948. .-
eIn onlrmaUon recent Assoclatr- a th it ,pes.t uneseds oonr The First National bank, of Macon, Benator Talatferro's friends now A Special from Che Foo says: When
.Pres dhpatche' the Russia evae- the peot I W will eausee an Increase Ga, and the 1. 0. Plant's ons' bank, agree that he Wia. enter a md:aai The IDally News dispatch boat Fawan
tont of Nluchwang, says a cablegram In tb Phe piq .91 6ttoin throughout the two of the oldest and generally accept. primary against Stockton, who says arrived off palzy early Saturday morn-
Sworld By v'|1jng within the ruIt of e4 as among the anosi solid fasncial he will lht to the en. Ing -a heavy bombard-ent was in prog
~ Tuesday from city. has bee-n the4Mlt t30e weevil Ia well protected Instiltutols of the south, closed their Thirty-nine eouutes heird fp'n' j ream.
apleted.a nypO 8 poisons that might be ap- doors Monday7 'morning in the face ofno te counties heird feom I- rehs.
Nothing remalne but th e destru lied t, oepies but fourteen,0dys fo a long line of cedltors to whom were the gubernatorial race give Davis As the channel tas thickly mined
,,,on of the gunboat, Slvouch, which development from egg to adult, and due sums aggregating over $2,000.000. 9; Broward 10,777; Brown 8,121 .un. by -the Russians and the Japanese ad-
1 nl. expected will take place imme the progeny of a sliigle pair In a at-* The faIlures were wholly unexpctsd. Mae* 7,020. mlral, Katakoa, had Issued strict or-
Si rect order General Kona sonmay reach. 18,000,000 indlviduaJlt; Bpth bdiaks are known in th6e fnua. The second congressional dl3rrtcL uera that noun comtaant boats were to
glitch leaving with the last regl- it adapts Itselfto climate conditions cltl world whenever and wherever Me- gives Clark 5,902; uarra 4,941; Dough. ue U.ALuded. It WMtL irp,5.siblu to gtL
and is remarkably free from pa sites con's financial condition are disoussea, erty 2,117; Watson 1,062; Alexand si witiu tue roadiaed..
The Associated Press correspondent and diseases, all combining to make and both haye always boem considered 1,676. wlleac tan a.cunrae report of the pio-
aes received exclusive information eowr-t atocontrol dI MulLt abundantly able to meet any and all Senator James B. Taliaferro, who uoodings art .mpo-sibLe. But so lar as
from the highest Russian authority Ite report estimate that the pros. demands that might at any time *e in serving his first term I1 the senate, ., was p iossite to ascertain, the ar-
S hat the Jtpanese advance will be re- Blo of the weevil iWW al doulem maolo upon them. Both carried .he stod for a second term upon his sored cruiser Yakatno, tlour otUer
' stted at H t-Cheng, whence the atu. the, area of land required to produce Plant name, a name long since acpt-. record, and the performance of cr- cruisers, no gunboat and one battle
>sie .torcea will fall back upon Lisao- btle of cotton and that the ll1vil ed in the financial world generally a5 tsin W T I started but uncompleteul. ship having cca-rei the channel, enter-
'Sia. where they will make alde ero- caused the Texas plaiters a loss of a synonym for prompt payment, safety i tlls record and the work cuncer.len ed li havhrbor shortly after daynel t
d stand with fighting strength about $16,000,000 n. 10. Auming and honesty. o strong has been te prnc llyd th river and harbor ed th oan a hortlvy after dayle, which wa
available of 70,000 men. $500.000,000 as the value Of the normal faith of the public In the Plant name p rovement.or atl ib proga heavy fire, which wa
S Defeated no top will be made at otto r try, Mr. Hun- that of the two banks, one a national Mr. Talaferro' ladng competitor illin progre at noon.20,000 Jpn
Ifkden, but the retirement will be ter s" the probable ultimate dam- depository. thc other a private Inlstitu- was John N. C. ockton. 'Mr. StickIt. e s eslmatOd that 20,000o Japn-
t uead toThioling, a town at the ae,*then the best has become spread tion, the latter carried a larger deposit I was John N. C. ockon. Mr. ck ea troops are invtgling the town and
the navigation fr native raft ve the entire blit would be approxl- than the former. ton made n vigorous campaign as an there la every reason to believe that.
the lso river, 200 mlies north Of 'ate.y $250,000,000 annually, provJd- With both banks R. H. Plant's name .iti-tru candidate an a friend orthey delivered the assault Friday at
il uagi. At the same tide the Cos. Ing nothing were done to check It, was prominently Identified. Of the na- .tbe common people on the question of ternoon and are now in possession of
Swftimehts will be employed In Planters, however, are adopting tonal bank he WSs president, while of triest and corporaltions, and ch.sr4lin the city it is understood that the
sear of the Japanese army of the changes in methods that tend to avold the private bank he was the sole direc- Mr. TalLaferra with being the ca: dl- landing of the second army was om-
Saraaling the troops and inter, so much damage. The report predicts tor, If not owner. The First national date of the corporations. plated Friday at Plewo.
with Its communications. It is that the Weevil eventually will ie. die- bask was established in 1865, and nad Stockton had the endorsement o" Thered Friday at P5, apanese
believed that the Japanese will tribute all over the cotton belt, ad- a capital and Surplusa of $265,000 Of Senator Mallory, Florida's senior Ion- troops on the eninsula.
e ibto the interior until they have vanoing into new territory at the rate It I.. H. Plant was president, George atcr. troops o ihe peInit a.
aghly established their base here, of approllm&ately 600 miles a decade I. Plant was vJoe president, and R. E. Governor Jennings also polled a A shinton a ecial say : Ne Mutra l.
adptpatnag the movement which they ad it probably alwayla will be as de- indlay was cashier. The board of dl- small vote for the senate, while er-. A o shngton special say: Mpni-
l pe dutrg the war with Chinl. Iruattve in a aerles of years as -it rectors .carried the names of some orf senator Call, who also ran, pooled tert oger reports by cable to ibhe
Th The uassilts admit .the advance of has been in Texas since 1804. The the leading and most succeasful bu.s. in the neighborhood of one thousand Chnese government hasfro reiteratthed l
MShe aipates-army to a point wirtte- !pets suggest that the probability .ess min of the city. :- votes. He represented Florida for Chinese gon of oent ha erving the strict-I
ile of Hal-Chn, manyof f t aied to West Afrlo or The I. -0 Plaht's Sone' ban was eighteen years n the senate, and I eat-nentral oy nd hs asserted ts
woauded enterilag there. 'The elsewhere abroad Is not at all remote, the elder of the two corporations or now In the neighborhood of .se enty e-neutraliy and has asserted Its
a. flhtiplr expected before the ,Ip case the happens to be saked bodle. It was started In 1868 and was irtears of age. The cd-nrnator. how ability to do so.
NIbg ntchwasg will be at or even whipped n bulk here ot manipulated and directed by R. H. evermade an ;v vas of the Inviewof the d rotate ing part tanm en n e-
but it will not amount to Inl to prevent the weevili(om beTa Plant personally.. It carried thet nme relate, and the voa e he receive Uned watates government In se-
1id h city is now guarded by ard lbag'l i o 0 hipboard of the father of the two brothers lwho ate,andthe vo.ehe received wa curing the Internationni pledge of the
4lIdaseae police and everything is, they aMe bldto adapt themselves sueo. have always been Identified with Ma- com pmentery. neutralization of China, the state de-
61tt The Japanese force at Kal-Chas @e@qly. to F llmAate eonditiona. con's banking Interests since the city Robert W. Davis, who Is at present partmont has felt deep concern In the
k portd 0,000 strong. ~. I. t. is pluted out, however, tha began to recoup from the dlaastr3u2 rereosentative of the second congres- reports of agitation among the Cht-
the danger could be avoided by fuml- days of the war between the states. So alonal district In t 'e lower house. -vill noe military forces near the seat of
Ad"1 Itted It St. Petertburg. gatiUn or by leaving the meod sacked great was the confidence of the people be opposed in the second primary by war and the danger of their violating
Pt. Petersburg special says: Couhi. In store rooms, Isolated fromtlaew cot- generally in the I C. Plant's Sons' Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. It was neutrality, thus releasing the powers
l 4hdrawal of the Russian from ton for a year previous to shipment. house that its deposits are now said to well foreseen that this would be the from the engagement into which they
Wtang (s believed to have tol. be in the nelghlborhood of 111.500.000. result In the event the governorship fromentered into w ey
5qwed the stratlegic opmand of tbe L.A*OS* UgSTION PARAMOUNT. No Intimation of any embarrass- nomin.*lon was conteted In a see- Mr. C depart
bl the colamne sent westward by ---_ ent of any kind was abroad until af- ond primary, yet the surprise of the meit closely advised of the situation
Kurok., Ninth Andual Convention of Manufao- ter the calamity had come, and for first primary is that Broward roc :lv- in Ch from that poin of view.
:i e ".Ilt conditions under whic turer' Assooation at Pitteburg.* that reason the failures were that ed the vote accorded him. This Is in hWillRetreat to Harbin.
ei'mlouatien was brought about are NMearly'700 delegates were In theli much greater In the surprise they car probably due more than anything Oce A iaslan officer who will not al-
$ known here. as all the ofclal dis. seats when the ninth annual oonven., red to the public, to tho systematic work that Brow.ard low his name to be mentioned in-
oMne have been forwarded to the Wth ati.Assocationo Wt the qtiroke of 9 Monday mornt has been doing. 't is said that he formed the Associated Press at Nlu-
'lr. foreig o nci then Ntionl Aeoaton na the Associated Pres at Nu-
as tro. whoT tfore dmn n terienot ad. .t.rer ascalled to order atwereh thr dowrs ope f or ue k an bn preparing for the race rillyt
P.S. tou whom the adminvtralt, b n.Mttbur Pa., Tuesday. solicitor WI1. were thrown open for business and four years, while Mr. Davis has been chwang that the Russian plan s to
I luqehwantg was headed over, but f... ..... for about forty minutes the clerks and taking things calmly at WaAhington as retreat to Harbin anr remain there
autbhoritiesexpressconfidencelhat mi. tthee rty thed fee osffhalwent on withthedally loutinh representatve.Mr. Davi didnotopen until home tro0se arrive and then
Russian commander arranged for e t delegates. Ad- of work, some accept money and s mrepresentative. Mr. Dav few weeks a did nt ope make a quick and decisive campaign
safety of foreigners before his jutant Genot .Thomas A. Bt-ward others paying it out. About 9:40 a The surprise In the race for congress southward.
Srture. then welcome the to the state and well known business man presented a The late summer rain ecommoehe
Congressman.W. A. Brown rea:ved hbook for several hundred dollars. In the second district was the large soonThe late anmer raigning will baommnell
LET SOLDIERS WORK ROADS. them on behalf of the chamber ol The cashier passed thecheck back to vote polled by Frank Clark. It Is Al oonband then campaigning w be
r1:t.T commerce. the payee, remarking that this was as much a matter o
Miles~MakesUni.quetiggeI Preiodent D.kM. Parry, of Indian "TI'hq bank i toclosed and payment surprise to Clark as any one else. I STANLEY'S 'AST JOURNEY.

Himself to be thoroughly In fore hea lation. act amount of that check cannot be five candidate for e In thon e raclusion to begin nitely been decided that Sir Henry M.
athy with the movement for bet briefly discussed the ven a the national bajudgnk oeclne to tal wthe sSt primary anley, wh dieor the plce, May 10 will not be
roads and in his address recom- D O and a the gentlemen in lIne immodt- Bome months ago the Hearst league burled in Westminster abbey. A me-
ldthat five thousand men III Geo ia State a ora Will Berve a teW after the Judge, the one first of state cls met it cksh vllle and mortal service, however, will be held
.army be uded in time of peace turned down, did not notice epartcu- put a delegation in the field pledged Atere on the day of the funeral.
tt enGoneerig l corps to ocate the Term at Milledgeville* larly. to vote for Hearst first, last and all Stanleyachieved fame by discover-
and oest feasible roads and co! State Senator W. P. Dodd. of the it was the check next after Judge the time. Other delegate announced og vingon, wo had been lost in
mate with the urveyors of v forty-ird Georgia dtrct, who wa eton's that was turned down. That from time to time, and those will go e wilds of Africaforyears. e ac-
s tates. convicted in Gordon county superior check was in the four figures, and uninstructed to the national convon- compished this exploit many year
d ". that the government would court few days ago of ebesslement wa over $2,000. Next after aegaton evenly d led or Jme G n Bnetth

1. and the work than left to tthee. M' gento W. P.t sydte. o l ther- than In the Fit-st nateonr bank, ten I or eedegate s o n n ou be r knighted for hi s services by the sate
te to be carried to completion oa- afoWt thn eoia disat. eith, be seat and went at once to draw it ot He tern In Florida need only to be lo Queen Victoria.
General of the army to v to the Dunt whih are working passed the paper, calling for some. ed to e satlaactory. UnderStanley although an EnglIshman,
e otvamats tog t 4 ti1c1 ra04, Or. thes thing like *1.BO over the counter, Ida system two primaries are held, spent many yedre in the United States.
eral Mile said ho w would h ut et e e t fr at M and the paper was handed back to him a tated before, necestating two served the Confederate army for
eleumd incongres a resolution Or ltn. of iule school e ed to mend hie b the cashier witrtlhtta ple asant e sn ti ham eag where any cadidate falls a tie anr his uGemied allege that
t t sI eect ntoo thelfat. l but without any col. of majority vote over all competitors he deserted, but this charge his friend.
: Th r n work combined In the fi rst round. p denied.
Orana Man Wants Pcayune to By Majority of Nineteen Votes New Sey Are Worth Double According to d b e P Aged Counte Leader of Engl
Pay That Amount In Damages.n York Editor Wins In Native State. Decision of Judge. e Hel n ba u fTrspa B P.ak "Asged- lty," Wed. Her Coachmangs
bTe 1iew Orlean Plavgune, whi t the C -oit of a mvehe om hto A boy g, alte 1a twire a t valuable isr William J. Henry, a mall clerk run A London dispatch says: Georgi-
'ln maina g a vigorous Bglt forll rdeoio tl ate 0du.intL that ol a ti,. according to el Se- aig on the Atlantic Coast Une ivl ana, countess of Ravenaworth. has.
i t gaTbliug and polled w oa ,t delegation to the na- t oS t-or Judge Adams. of the Essex .elon, between Jacksonvlle, Fnla and startled society by marrying her coach-

6h.OO4tujneo Suit r h tio n l ention at Stu. Loui to en t county cirouit court, at Newark. N. .,, T ampa, s arereamlin he later ct man, Jame.san Wadsworth.
lbNt0 er.'one of the polie com- ft QO tesian W. eR. Hearet o The saults grew out of tho Clifton Canaeld of theo r-al'way mall service. The brte la neti ar hs of -ge,

owners. Bomne weeks ago Police preastdnt. The vote stood: Ibr in avenue trolley accident of February Preliminary hearing was waived brforo' a grand dame, a leader of one of the
IMaloner Woodville. a new meme a trttsn; agmedt. 84. 19, 1903, In which nine high school Commilslontr Crane and bond fixed at most exclualv of the s etb and regarded as
i t board the oard "Tedls co.1 m.l St tempt. puplis were .khled. When the cases .$1.500 which Henry was not eble to0 e o the stanchest defenders af "po-
we an Interview to The Plea lag to aeffeJ eant orsalSnion, were rledl the trolley company ac- frntish. The action Is based on the
Isawhcoh the compoveie to drafting restl ,-- oratory and elear- knowledged its Insbtility, and the Jury disappearance of a valuable pecnage-
i which the competereY atd rating te oratory nd oe a anow e lmpl to ix the amount mailed by the Tampa National Bank EXCESSIVE FREIGHT RATPES.
of the boardd were atttted. Ing the d" n RIvote. ira aae t o l n t h aoto the Punt Gord -Bank.
I l. "/' of damages tO be paid in each ae3. to Witnesses Testify that Railroad DIm-
O p IO I t8tLRCTO. RACING BY ELECTRIC LIGHT. criminate Against Atlanta.
UD ANtD GAGGED HER. __.. AGQ NOT INDICTED. According to the statement of one
...I Afrl: S. ECAOOferLa E NameE NewD New Expoeition Feature to Be Put On witness who testified before the Geor.
rdlg to Mrs. Levy. th H i L Ch tl 4aMeerder., Sayer of Hunter. at 'Balnbridga. Ga., at Charleston, 8. C. gla railroad commission In Atlanta
B Took Her Jewels.' After' UViely goatelt nl the. Afrti Justified ty Grrand Jury. Araungements were completed at Tuesday morning in the rate hearing,
department M working1 ap M failt ipeool Oownfererne At Balitbridge. Oa., the county grand Charleeton, 8. C.F Priday to give horse Atlanta would, have a large canning
wool ki o wn Miplaw nt CtOhlLT, a,. eoT. v. '- W. Al l jry have found no -true bill against race under electric light at the old e factory but for the excessive freight
I nornieng, wena D. ',10 Alad. A.U 'let 040 Ji B1 i S who killed JOhn Hunter posion ground track and the racing rates and the fact that Nashville.
rins to Airs. I edita r or a 6ltae ?tte 1.out of Is trlma. th will ftart on June 2. and continue dur- Tenn., could ship canned goods ,o
.q! 8itered order. is a w i.' o tlui Mr. aa mtiUon in the lag the entire summer. Many horses Bavana&l cheaper than similar goods
t 4 re and Thh e eoo s e Aart HoAld by oaru f St are already here, and the contrsctrse could be shipped from Atlanta to Sa.
and ra the Repo, or.U 3. T le I dt o b f ill- 0 t aggs B a ocidJut wli wIlt, have syerythang complete for ihe vmAnnah
a gTex op lag n a a ht MAJORITY FAVOR PARKER.
P RSIDENT' S Di AAl DI T NI. WR DnOWN. l ,1gt ia Latest Indleation In Canvass
S. MD As Next Meeting Place o S southern of Primary Returne In Florida.
l ps!b bgjst t*tm"Atloj ROfthptse ReltMa' t aptlt Co nventlen. A Jatca0nvlUe dispatch Says: Re-
Wl Otte1 'bl .l l It .u HIwvana. Aftet the nabmlnat tg colauisttee of salts .. the democtatle primary were .
*IA & e -" le btt otaht at ltita M ti tthe bathers Baputet soavention a st canvasse Mooday and upoet the -calta-
t"the i i gsbht* 0T i re041 tb.' att h Na Mil*l ted bad ree nasielb t latmams the earst inmt for esptnr
^* Iesg p ,, t M 'nTexas as the mqXt pfaoe of l g the- ptoa tar- w he i York edl.
tt e of .the southrftm Balt to' ea-lr- the tr eegtes nominated
,m *.-,r- ost a tur S everIn tbu te .,s I bt atW
-. ,... 41 -.u ~ 05, 'W ._ ,


Brief Summary of Most
Important events.
of ach Day.

-r-pacolet mills at New Holland, Ga.,
which closed down several months ago
on account of the high price of cot-
ton resumed operations Tuesday morn-
-Negro exoursionists from Atlanta
caused trouble at IAwreneeville, Ga..
During the fights a policeman and five
of the negroes received wounds..
-Flames destroy the plant of The
Augusta Herald, entailing a loss of
.$25,000. The Chronicle had a narrow
--Joe Thompson, a tramp from Co-
lumbus, throws himself In front uf .a
train near Zebulon.
-The First National Bank and the
I. C. Plant's Sons Bank, of Ma':on,
Ga., closed doors Monday morning.
Two millions, are involved. .
-lorida's delegation to the dem-
ocratic national convention goes un-
Instructed, but a majority of the del-
egation la said to favor Judge Par-
-Southern Baptist convention at
Nashville, Tenn., adjourned Mon-
-Much heavy work Is before the
Methodist general conference at Los
Angeles, al. J. W. 01. Bowen, an
Atlanta negro, may be elected bishop.
-New York clergymen declare that
the present dearth of men at all
church services is a sign of the na-
tion's decay.
-A new treason scandal has been
unearthed In Prance. Plans of the
fortifications at Toulon, Brest and
Cherbourg have been uncovered, which
it Is believed were Intended for Gor-
-Georglanna, crdntess of Ravens-
worth, aged 60, one of ihe grand dames
qf England, has married her coach-
-With 450 men General Leonard
Wood is moving on Datto All in whose
ambush seventeen Americans were
killed several days ago.
-A combined land and sea attack
on Port Arthur has been planned by
the Japanese, to take place between
May 20 and 23. The Japanese hope
to take the stronghold with a loss of
not more than 2,000 men.
-The second Japanese naval re-
verse of the war took place In Kerr
bay on May 14, whea the Japanese
dispatch hoat Mlyako was sunk by a
mine, eight men being killed.
-Heavy fighting is reported at
Liao Yang, but no details have boon
-A dispatch from Bristol, Tpnn.,
says Dr. Wentz, father or o the youn
man who was found dead in the
woods apologizes to the Jury that
returned verdict of accidental killing,
the doctor at the same time denying
the report that he criticized the
-Midshipman FLiliIp Brittingh -m,
of West Virginia, was drowned near
Annapolis Sunday. Four other mid-
shipmen narrowly escaped death.
-Officer Cox was killed while at-
tempting to drrest two negroes In
Greenville county, South Carolln.i.
-Two mass meetings at Buffalo,
N. Y., one for women and .the other
for men, Sunday. ended' the thirly-
fifth international convention of the
Young Mon's Christian Assoclatio.i of
North America.
-The annual convention of the
Cimberlan'l Presbyterian church be-
gan In Chicago Sunday.
-The Mexloan superior board of
health is making an active campaign
against yellow fever on the is'.hmus
of Tehauntepec.
-Lucy Cobb closes May 27 with
splendid commencement exercises. A
One musical programme has also been
-Grand jury at Bainbrldge. Ua.,
falls to Indict M. B. Baggs. who Kill-
ed John Hunter last February.
-A traction engine pulling six wag-
ons loaded with children, forming a
queer excursion train, entered Ox-
ford, Ga., Priday, the ocaslon being
the oratorical contest of Newton conn-
-Miss Marietta Porter, who slew
herself In Montgomery, left a tote
saying she feared she was becoming


Southern Co iton Meets
at Nashville, Tenn.


Ex.Goveranor Eagle, of Arkansas, is Fe.
nominated President-A Summary
of the Firet Pay's Pro-

With .fully threeithousand delegates
and visitors AIn attendance the fc ry.
ninth annual se8alon of the Southrrn
gaptist convenUon was called to or ler
in Nashville. 1'en.,. Friday morn ng
by ex-Governor J. P. Eagle, of .r-
kansas, president of the conveni,.n.
The vast throng was led in prayer by
ex-Governor W. J. Northen, orf At-
lanta. There was election of a prei.
dent. Dr. A. T. Robertson, of Los.
ville, said the association should hon
or Itself by rehonoring Its prcslhi.-s.
who bad served so faithfully for ill.,
past two years, an-il ex-Governor !.i-
gle was re-elected, the secretary lrat.
Ing the vote. He accepted In a grijce
ful speech, showing how deeply inm
pressed be was over the convention
action. trs,.Lansaing Burrows and 1)
F. Gregory were elected permant,~i
secreLtaries. Considerable routine
ness was completed and vice prost
dents were nominated.
Dr.' S. C. Mitchell, of Richmnoit,
Va., presented a memorial from lio
Virginia association on the negro Quei-
Mr. MiLchell read the memorial
which calls attention to the convention
as to the advisability of appointing a
commission to stluy the whole qucs.
tion and determine what method hli
Baptists as a denomination can adpt
toward adding Jn the moral uplifting
of the negro In the south. Rev. John
Livingston Johnson, of North Oarolima.
Informally presented a similar memo.
rial from his general asaoclatlon. -)r
A. J. Barton, of Alabama, moved that
the memorials be referred to the !om.
mittee hersefer to be appointed on
work among the colored people. Tills
was adopted.
At the afternoon session repo:tr
were received as follows: Dr. J. M.
Frost, for Sunday school board head
quarters, Nashville, showed Income
larger than ever before, having piss-
ed the $100,000 mark.
Dr. B. D. Gray, of Atlanta, cor-
responding secretary of the home Eils-
slon board, showed the receipts tor
the year to be $121,850. an Increase or
$25,000 over last year. Dr. R. J.
Willingham, of Richmond, reported
$29,000 Increase in foreign mission
board. All "branches of these works
were reported extended. Dr. LAns'ng
Burrows, statistIcal secretary, report-
ed large Increase 'n membership nn'
contributions for the Baptist chu-ch
throughout the sa3-th.
John Ferguson, of Colombo, Ceylon.
was invited to address tme convention
and said he had come 10,000 miles to
meet the Baptist brethren In Anior-
lea. and spoke of the great possibil-
Itles for mission work In Asia. 119
emphasized the Importance of the ed-
uoation of the women In the foreign
The annual convention sermon was
well delivered Friday night by Dr. NV
W. Landrum, of Atlanta, routine bhsl
nes. occupying the remainder of the
night session. ,

Heavy Exportation Depletes Stock in
New York assay Office.
The recent large shipments of gold
to Paris have att acted attention to
the small supply of gold at the as4ay
'office In New York. [t is understood
that gold bars to the value of aout.
$3,000000 will rem ain on hand ar er
Tuesday's shipments, the recent ship-
ment of gold hara valued- at (15,000,-
000 to the Phlladc.phia mint for coin-m
age in eagles having depleted .he
Other available gold will, however.
bring the total up to $10,000,000 or
more within a eerv seort time, but the
present supply Is trundemtood to be a
low record.


Comptroller of Currency In Charge of

First National at Magon, Ga.-
A Washington dispatch says: The
comptroller of the currency has been
advised by National Bank ExamIner
W. P. Albertson that the First Na-

-William tional Bank. Macon, Ga., closed its
-William J. Henry. of Jacksonvilledoors by order of the hoard of dlrec-
FiL., a postal clerk, is arrested on tore. ]The failure of the bank, the ex-
the charge of taking a package amber states, tis An to heavy loss sus-
.which was missed from the mall. gained by the suspension of I. C.
-The port of Dalney was bom- Plant's 8on ,a private bank, of which
barded by the Japanese Saturday. The the president of the First National salt
result la not yet known. was president. Exasmlnr AlbertkeA
-Dr. G. E. Bingham, Jailed at Ma- has been appointed receiver.
con, Ga.. on the cnargo of killing Ma-
Jor Holly, an old negro. expresses con- BAPTISTS FIMISH WORK.
fldence In his acquittal and watria PTIT WOK.
to get out on ball. Convention at Neahville Adjourns to
-The Alabama DLentl Association Meet Next in Kanste ity.
selects Gadsden a- its next meeting The forty-ninth ohe Bapist
place. after naming officers for the
ensuing year. M. Clay Hasell, of convention In seesio at Nab3 1 oi0-00-
Tuscaloosa, is president. i pleted Its womk and adioitro- &to meet
-The Southern Baptif convention unext ye ar in AL -ip. Tb$=had n
insessionat N again r" noaunced that almost 9 $0 5-had been
In session at Nashville agaln name6 raised during the *- yea r estal la-
ex-Governor E1gle. ot Arkanas.s asons and that now we rp aeed-
president, and eleta all ofl.ters of ed more than mao ey.
the body. ,,i.
-The coal roads have been ordered CARNIVAL OF H4QOMoCiItl.
to appear Is court May 24 to answer T '
questions to be propouaded by altor- Two Hundred KitmaIN .g i, iP
nse for W. R. Hesrt. .8-nes eat dn ,
-Ian the Taer-Bamrtt case at Tilo Ukmd il: 't "
WtSMingtam. 8atnUay ,the pmresaat. MasW ilppI ha alSta:- lt *: lo
tion closed t.e case a&d tSo he hanr-t a a O f*.'- i5) 1th
of testluour fr bthe defense beWWa. I.t

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Miss Agnes Miller, of Chicago, speaks

to young women about dangers of the
Menstrual Period -- how to avoid pain and
suffering and remove the cause by using

Lydia BE Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"To YouWr W0xzMr:-1 suffered for six years with dysmenor-
rhea (painful pOriods), so much so that I dreaded every month, as I
k]ncw a meant; three or four days of intense pain. The doctor said
tlis was due to an Intnamed cond tion of the uterim np l~.'ll,-:-ges caused
by rep'natc'd and neglected, colds.
S"if youn giri, ohly realized. how dangerous it. i to take cold at
thi.citical rneh mach sultering -would bep ti sred them. n Thank od
for Lydsiaa E. Plnkham's Vegetable ominpound, tInta, rns the only
.d.lieino which helped me any. Within three weelcks after I started to it, I notioed a-:marked improvement; i n imy general health, and at
thi tinm of my next monthly period the paint had dimtinished consider-
a-ly. I kept up the treatment, and was cuered a month later. I am lke"
41, :i .-r j,-r.,oasilteI am in perfect health, mliy oeys ar ue lirighier,! have
add' '([, 1.2 pounds to my weight, iny color is g,,il, nrsd 1 feel light and
happy."-MIs3 Aouws. MrzLzifM, 25 Poitomac Ave., (Chicago, Ill.
Tlie monthly sickness reflects thI condition of- a wontan's
health. Anything unusual at that time simonnld have prompt;
and proper attentlono -Fifty thousand lotteri-s from wInnoten prove
that Lydia E. Pltlkhalmns Vegetiblo Compound rejuhlates men-
struation and makes those periods painless.
"DRARn M I. Pr.rtii.\i: --- I.Nvha. E. PinkC-
Iatnm's Vegetale o 'intimpomnrit t.t- aI ''-nally bcne-
Sfitted me. I ill a-li- ''-at V w I e llared. My
trou-bhle was painl': mi nii it iiiti. I It It. as -'nrl
monthn w'cn Iby t llt I1 ,''' tiiw. vorise. I hm(d
Severe bearing-dloi;n liiJin jIt iy.v 1ia k anit abdo--
P ,- s men.
"A friend iIN ,li.. 1, t! y'i v Mr's. Pinkham's
'l _' medicine. I di'l so n"a i1 it- I i ,v hiec frontm all
,./ j-- p n.a during msy i ]srioi!"---- .11.-.: L'. LINDDECK,
r 1201 6th S rit, lt',i. 1.
lR lem liber, e* rvy < ltmtinnn is cordially
invited towrit,- ito Mrs. P'lttladumi If there
Is(, i Ianytllinntr aioit lht.e-r l lniiit s R le does
not unwderstanl. Mrs. lIiiikldiii's ad .Lynn, lMii., her advice is free and cheerfully N.i 'n to every all-
ing whn-lo asks for it. cr 1rihic him;tl, i<- more trit.. one hundred thousand volman. Wity don't you try
Sitfiny .ilk ~.t-.strs?
t5tfff FORFrI T i wea ann-t &,rthl ur..ili ,.-, ..." ..'.V .I.t I .- 'n.i :nstur t
&; -' uci-.lonla sl which will, It. r ;1'l .i .r .. .
i ~Lyd
L. _T U i <'or of feet, a rnit.- -i W,-
ndoFEET HURto t Ah, N M l T4'\. \ 11 s '. t iFlArr 11-1ol1.
l>,i .-.111,. r- O u |p ,llcnlton | u- ,. it ir r !:.,.i f hn.t rti l'.l

n'-r nitl kt n tlon.l it 'es r,' t... .n ', il, W-- ni',ri a .nit ... .ur nit in.. r
In t I slro u ant iih n r,., i -i .'iti ..1- i ,:r''aa'%'. -t t
f i lm i il, talo k. i- 1i,' l. ll ,, ait. ,il itli h
H !l l i l l M aotl or Plefmnt. 11 paly..iallih..yl,],e. h ..'a l w r k r Q
J l' I.rl sliu inat nilumd rei.-,,'>-' .-'. lr c tioiuuitt ll. i
SOUTHERN FOUNDRYCGO., Owonsboro, Kentucky

MALSBY & Co. "
41 Souh rForsyth St., Atlanta, i t

'ortaloe antd Stattionpry
Engines,. Boilers,

Saw Mills
C"i.7,n'.- /eiie carried in ftelfaor
I a) IE IA TF. slhpmenmt
M i.,lr,.u .It ,,west Prtaes and Ba Ter e
Write us (or catalogue, prices.
ettc., beltnre buying.

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Cotton Gin



Wie s l t O"m sat compnlet ie 11 as1
t,*Si "s O weds. We also ake
o ggl ytlaW seeded about a Costes pel
W Ow e Iustated CatalJogtl.

Cotn entalGin Co.
Sm ninhasm Ala.

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Cboeese Custard.
(.rate three or four ounces of cheese
Iheat three level tablespoonfuls of
butter to u cream, beat two eggs, mix
thle eleese and butter together, tber
add hie beaten eggs and one table-
slpooutfntl of milk; beat these all thor-
oighlity, tilen into a buttered dish and
iI:ke in at quick oven until firm In the
,eiIIrt'e; serve as goont as removed
f1roi lthe oven.
Cheese Itnmmakns.
Put four tablespoonfils of bread
crulnimnl over the fire in half p..copful
of mnillk; let'inmmer until sort and rub
smuooli; add two tablespoonfuls of
grni'ttl cheese and two tablespoorfuls
of butter melted; stir until well mixed;
tlke fromm the ire, add the beaten
yolks or two eggsi, salt and red pepper
to taste; beat the whites of three eggs
to it stiff froth and atlr them carefully
into thle mixture; turT into a greased
baking dish or: individual cases; bake
,'if a quj'ek oven over ten ailautee;
serve us soon as baked.
*' t Seuf .
Put two l vel .tsiblesapooniul of but-
ter in a trying pan; when It is bbt add
two tablespoonfuls of flout; stir this
until mooth; 'theu add gradually one
cup of eld .'milk; stir this over the
Sire until Iboling; then add a tatble-
spoonful of sa.t., a little pepper .abd
one cup pf any chopped cooked meat
or chicken, laid -the beaten yolks of
two eggs; let this cook'for one minute;
.put it-tway until 'coqlt theou beat. the
white of the. eggs and.. add them
carefully. to the meat mixture; turn
tillt into a buttered dish and. bake in
a moderate oven twenty-fVe 'miX)utes;
If chicken is used a little gratednut-
meg s a improvement. .
evjlled Soaies.
From xnew canned s anlmon remove
nil the skin and bones. Make a erealn
sauce of one tablespoonful of"butter,
I onte henplng tablespoonful of flour and
a cupful of cream. Add to this sauce
half mt teaspoonful of salt, a dash of
catyenue and a grating of nutmeg. Stir
It until smooth and thick. Draw to-
ward the back of the stove and add
lime yolks of three hard boiled eggs
that have been well mashed. Take
from time fire antd add one teaspoonful
of lemon Juice, one tablespoonful of
chopped parsley, and then the flesh.
broken Into small flakes. Add a little
more seasoning if desired (It should be
highly seasoned) and turn it into a
buttered baking dish or lnto Individual
shells. Sprinkle with buttered bread
crumiubs and bake in a quick oven
nntil quite brown. This fSah can bi
served cold with a cucumber sauce
made as follows: Grate a peeled cu-
cumber after scraping out the seeds;
squeeze It lI a cloth bag to strain out
nil (lie Juice possible. Then mix ihe
pulp remaining with a ctapfil of ainy-
ounnilse. This should not be done until
Jumt before It Is served, or It will thin
the inayotnalse too much. Serve it in
a little gravy bowl with the fish.

-1 jINTS FOR. THel

1~~~~- 9Msar^t~?~g

SWhicin minkilng a pudding, don't forget
' in mnice n pleat In the cloth at the top
i of you- balmu, so as to allow the pud-
ding to swell.
SWhlii making soup or stew with old
v-rgeliables, add one teaspoonful 6O
stgtar. which will sweeten them and
umiatime them taste like new.
To clean tinware. first wash the tin
tlioroiu-ghly with hot soapsuds, wipe It
thoroughly dry, and then scour with
floiur and well (.rumpled newspaper.
rThei hanmid can be cleaned bitter with
niriu waiter than with cold. but they
liould nalwnys be rinsed afterwards
with cold witler, as this keeps them la
a litter condition.
I A ,,ooail ollsh for stoves Is made of
oito tniblrespoonfnul of powdered alum
mnl.ied' willt lie stove polish. The
liirflhiuce that thils polish will 'give to
n slo)ve -will last for a long time.
)I To eep sponges soft and whito
'v.nsI llIrm In water will a little tar.
Inrie \\-ti hidI It, then rinse in plenty of

toild i water. Take care not to put In
to onmueh ttartnric acid, or the sponges
n ill be spoiled.
,lanilns may be taken off an en-
ameled bnth irf It is rubbed well with
roialgh li itlid moistened with vinegar.
This will always clean enameled pots
andl ip:ins,. tno matter how burnt or dis-
coloP.,d lltry nny bie.
WitVrn a .spoonful of borax is pnt
Into hIe lint water In which white
cloth s are rinsed, it bna the effect of
whitening them. Before It is added to
the rinsing water. the borax should be
dissolrvtd !n a little hot water.

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oiorox is a useful thing -to have in
the Citchen. Add n little to the water
vibekt boiling out enameled snuieeans.
and It will help to cleanse them. It
added to (he water dislt clolb are
washed hIn it will help to keep them a
nice color. ,.
Peanuts. .Inionds, Emiglisli walnuts
or pecans may ie used for these nat-
bars. Prepare the unts by removing
the lanne covering and chopping thesm.
Grease the bottom and sides of a bree4
shallow tin pan with fre.'i butter, and
put the nuts Into it. spreadftlfgSlhaoe
evenly. Put one pound of granmaited
sugar, with half a teacupftl of water
and a pinch of treamn qf tartar,. Intir a
kettle and boll until Sthfel, toe
brittle. Pour the syrup over the nuts
and set aide to eal. When tflitly
stlff mark off tinfot wld b r Wlth.'
-4rp knife, ad4 lot stand ssmsl<

We offer One Huoadred Dollarn seward for An lpoitant icioryr.
any ouoe of Catarrh that cannot be cured by T t o ra lic
Hil's Catarrh Ouro. The friens ds of th rod ofee In the
we' t J.he Caie. & Q.,- Toleo, 0. Departmsett of Agr-iculture have nored
We, the unadaraigned, have known 1P. J.a
Cheny for the last i16years,udbelevebm nt mportait victory In securing In.the
pofeiely aIonorable to all business tranms. Senate an increase of 4,3.000 In the
Ions and-.milan lly able to carry out any tpproprlatlons for road investigations
oblia&otmAXsmWaleb saltheDr fr. o. nntil experlmenfts, Including the build-
tledo. O, DInogof bJect lesson roads.
Wat exo. KsiAN & sMAvtx, liolesale Titlis I National aid on a small scale.
Hald Taurhor aken,a t But it Is of great importance from
.lng directly pon the bloomldiadmtauosurt- an educational point oft view. Here-
rfsee of thio tem. Testataosalat.ment free. tofore the object .lebsaon workli has been
Prte. 75e. k bo old rby U Egd IsDta conducted ta the following xtlmnner
akeillfore An application Is ab libysmO ex
Jaiireoue on 6pri pertinent station or agricttltural eollegq'
The Island of Cyprqes Jn the Medi- or .by road efflpals or public phlrA t
terratmean, '.iii soon have a railroad lttizens of some 4affrigrgahive qoatt,
from coast to coast. The amount of Itylasking lthe toveramuigtt to @ui- *.
8,000.00.0 frano k has beeu npproprJated ate In Ibe abumJdli' of A 1hort et a tfh
for Its consitructidlm. E lnAeers witli of red. the Oo*ernm zat esually. f,'
their staffs have already arrred on nsWake nothing more thjtus qusipesr
the ground. or an expert to maile pt0las 44 gulper*
vise the wairk. Unt4mukllwtKmsehln84rp
Could You Use Amsy MilSA ot a ISewlng I usualfll r 5I t .tue1 c.0Chart-ge by
Usellins ot An) r le e' the ipatnufaeNirite t"e ofe fth
If ficre Is any price s o lo t m s'ay Of- d 0 1U tm .T the
fe r so lib e ra l th a t y o u W fj I h kaq jals o l a tk t e fla-ba u d '. n d t e -ra lk
accepting on irlaL n .1er 1, 01b 1A1 reaer 414a fake "it 'had and trapeport
drop cabinet or uprilht ati ts the smaebt)sey free. The institution or
Flinmgr, Wheeler & Wllson. itnlind rd, eomMt2n1 m3aklng the applicatftosn la
White or New laoine swing r ebla,. to thft thi bills for labor and mate*
cut out anil return this nuoele, ad y0. t :rials. I
will reeplve by return mault. postpald. Ampo a "the benefits flowlng from
fre of 'cot. the imandsomnai0t arwisti seth work are(li) that-it ines ain ex-
mnchlip e ntalogno n river pilMlShed. it' Itl0 op40 0Cptmmaity to inrestigate and
will linutie yolhlpr-sr & Wot tile slnnAstaf i" ti varlous local anaterianl; (2) that
Singer. W heerler & W ilson ., Whlt@o
-Standard iimd New lfnane snewimna as,- givqdi tibI people of ibst loeality a.
ehliien that will suirprlrs Ton; we wfi .iesu i lt Uie tetizold of road bu-ollng
make you n new nuid attratle propol- i4.d 4',11 tie Wo of roat lacaterilpl
tloni, n sewing ir.nhline offer that *WIII DlAebita a d ((i that the bte'. 4todl f 0
astonish yom. qiltrt Pi4e at road yatAllt lg1e10 I404
if you can I:ake ay use of any sew-. e .a idwa of laf
Ing machineli at m"y price, if nny kintd "od fln b the W fbq '
of nn offpr wonid hiiterest you, don't ol b p degm |tnito
fall to write us at on,'e bo e sure-o etoqt. P bu'l t .Ma O s,-Asy
out and return this spciaell iofeelmt sa1 4 ai
get our latest book..our hItrst offers. ]. i
our new And moat snrprlslatg lproposl- su pl i
tini. Address $ 1 m% y S
As, Itors. KrcC & C.. ('hleago e. l
If all women who look back were turned the dO seall
into salt pillars. the trets would be full witu -
of istate.. -t int the apfpltt at4l
WORillS riARI urT LOUI s afraid that stsge
.. only'si A st i off
ioiaville and Nesshaville 111t. IL, Bshot- of vtslip "grwtitqv l4
eat Isam I es7t Ti0ne 0 an 8 -1 timis they aft pfiblplpFl-
Roimd Wrip smion,. 0sty-day ad.Aes- f that napy bi. It.
day kets will be sold daly tres"- 1t object l0ss8W
pomdp. Very tow rate oeb atItu SOni ried on .nest r t
fitjuete sold rMy labth And s.t pel S a tien ver betl4.
Satu Aia for tik. a ow on t AtI tLt

iSt h owi d 's tli r pe..l ted iru. i "
pe2 -flmieaa

Little Loh Ah Soe'as Excaellent Advice .4 )O.0
on the *Ues of Opium. .
Char:a'a 8. Bluchaan, thO principal
of the Angla-Chlnese School of the'
Magalsat (hM. E.) Mission in SBnga-
pore, recently offered a prize to the --r4,31 1 6
pupils In the three higher grades of -
his school for the best essay on tho
"Use of Opium." ipi doing so it was 1' wtnits e it rii alschnteaee
Mr. Buchanan's object to gather in- h a ntI "end JAte Tiribune
ftimantto for the hemeit of the ill- t mar Ir c the TwibneW
Ipplne Opium Commission. I8 order bilamfr oI tmoh,'VQWU W
that the work of the pupils In his 0 l for the iwysanrd the edito
school may be submlited to a larger cohighwamets and the edt to
audience Mr. Buchanan has forward. comments upontit 4t B.
ed to The Sun one of the essays, from mnsmifetiyre th eatoti ahouldc blb-
which the English st" e acquired by tatnined by the State, for the would be
his ppplle and the proper attitude of fare of the Stale'ia largely depetde wt
at least one of them toward the musoe iplOll the Intelligence of its people, and
f of opium may be Judged. This is the ,1he ease of communnlcation created by
essay of Loh Ah Boo, uncorrecte- t, good roads. Comining as an agreeable
on which a mark of 85 out of a pos- itmotmnceinent, too. Is the fact that the
sibie 100 was made: -NtNaional Cirnge. nit its recent annual
OPIUM. rnsloun. adopted resolutions fnavoruig
Opium?'ls obtained front thie uie the bill. I certainly hope the varlout
of the poppy fruits. The pnppy plant Niital grm-tiges will follow thie Tribune
Is a native of warm countries. It i'trtnetr's stiggesltoni. nand adopt strong
is chiefly grown In India and China. rmeslitllons favoring time bill. This will
It grows to a height of from one to have am two fold effect. It will cull the
six feet. Its leaves are oblong shale, ttenttiomai of time mnirimbers of the order
and are commonly smooth and green. t, tip bill anild its mrnny advninages.
The opium sl to Chinese as liquor d-anwhimg out their support, annd it will
to the Europeans. If a man smokules rntist Its favorable cousideratlon by
it, hia body will be spoilt and it tihe members of Cougress.
brings uneasiness to his mind. It Is Thlero is also a great need of educa-
very foolish for a man to t.-noko loti among the people as to the advant-
opium, because It not only spoils ilis (ages to be secured by good roads.
body but generally brings shame upon. Thils Inck. of true appreeocation of the
his family and causes him to be hated value of good roads to the people of
by other people tl t'i ffrin',m nMid of time rural coaimimlf-
Once there was an opium. amockeri tis. Iins hindered favorable leglelatiol
who bad no money to get opium. So In the liEns. A lnw recently passed
he sold his property 11 order to get 'by tle Mlneo r.eglsi0irm'o affording
it. I shall describe to you tAe reason .State tild to towns In tInildling permna-
why the Chinese smoke opIum. It I mnemit roads Imis not been taken advan-
becauae they. think that the oplum'" ttge of by luniiy of tlme towns that
may be used as a medicine, ,which a wouni bae lmucih benieflted by such
6an heal their slight diseases and.: roads nDr. Jrdan once Bsad that we
can help them In digesting their food. often heard people sna they could not
I think not. but I fancy cha it is at afford tills tliing or that thlug, but that
kind of- poison. There are many he limtalwnys m)oticed that what people
harfntul things which's an gets from really wanted' they could afford to
It, ch as ila eyes get dim, hil heart' haruce. o, as soon as our country peo-
dries, his limba get feeble, his sonenn. plo renliy.v w't goodi roads, there viii
ten'ce et ungracefuL, and hi a be tn ohbjetloons to thie ralsftin of Ub.
lungs are $reatly. Injured. et 1, nistinis of moticy ta S dear oy.take y counsel and i ot often centered that eery
do no't touch the opi um. Keep these nrtleli tproducedI for the mfleits of the
word, a your mlds as long masa you worh.ld, elter I its raw rorm or ns a
live, "Bewadre'the first moke"--LH listheo product, i Iransported over
A o so a lfheo publlclc lghways. We see reports
of the.enormous ftMrnildn :of the rall-
S.wa. ys0 w of -th-eeointty .and onder nt
HIS- WORD Sadt LELD IT. tlhemn, but ift we coild see .the earnings
"We'll go to, the eeasbore this 8ume of ttie carringes, of time materials they
mer," .Bald.Meekly. "1o a i-on tme. liandle, o oer our country roads care-
we cou).dn 't decide between the moun- fully coniupitedl nmd pinced alongside of'
talent and the seashore." tlib'nil they VWounldi o'lImdle Into Itislg-
"Who finally deride:i tine matter?" i aifnlc:lice In comparison.
"I did. I said. who'lll go to the moun- I 'ie vinlie or our firm linds Is ilarge-
tains.' and Immediately my wifN e'oi- ly utrinlrdetmt tupon t heir nearness to
ad her jaws and wont out to select market or sill)ppng points, and when.
-materials for a bhathling sul."-Phlla. ever al y timPe II savod in tlie transpor.
delphla Press. tetion. of their productss bIy the inm-
Ilrovemnent of time bgithways, they are
FTSpenrmi e nitv ire i. No nt. )rinn-v-t-.. 1ilned practically ilhat unihe nearer the
Les after first dayv's u' of Dr. IllIne' lret nmarlcet.
lervelntmtorer.6S2trialbottlennil trettisefraee Indeed, there nre deeper, more potlcut., Ltd..9.tArhm St.. Phll.t..P.. reasons taor generallslxig our systein of
Any vouing man wl in I revar ieern in tondl building and playing It under one
lore ought to have money in theo avings lhead. ThIe country hIouie. With its
bank. ... aoy s ad girls, with It pmitrlfying and
Mr, Wlinslow'A ootbnit Pvrupfore'lltdre'n rptiming immflneicca, 1'hi its h eame li of
lethnel,seoftn the guilts.rediretnflamma- affiorldlnlg retntlerel'tlvpe occupation for
lion allays raln.cnroneswnld olr.2e, .nbottlo lto yo,,mg. is tile stnandnrd tf excellence
Whe a young man really eninva hitrinq and the liatiltark of safety for otur
bis bet "irli practice on lte iannM that is eotlntry. As oul htighwnys are Im-.
true l plrovedi, as thie Inenns of cotninunlca-
rPio's Oireanunnot b trli hlysnokni o' tioni nroe intido better, Abe country
Itsa cough onre.--J. W. O'itai. 3227Tmmlr.1 ino will increase they wi l resound
Avenue, N.. linnerapol is. .6 lam.),et. s. 100a. llea will Incres they will round
--- minore tiliam ver to (lie voices of htmppy
A suceeiqfil mian is .ae hvlio iureledi in (cliildhionl nIad tlimai inmn of that creative
things ofth hinei .' Ii dintry hih- 1 Int i he1 fonindation of
itl Ine oIlIRtrtsll resource. of these of t
lDry let, in Big Trrpe. Coriltr'v. v'se. )iusll along tile Brown-
Thie famous oank trers uboutl thie lul- lov Ibill, aitd nt the sRine time set itt
verslty of Canilfornti arc. unity of mmartlou the ball that slmill nwnken and
them. suffering from "ry rot. Tih deP. natlitise lie people no It goes, so that
cayed matter Is to be removetl entnd tile Whiiet the bill becomes n law ilielmo
cavltles formed thereby airo to la dis.- shalinll be n readiness to take fill advan.
Infected with conl tatr atd filled with thfM of its piovislons.-B. Walker Me-
cema nt. KePn. of Freybumrg, Me., In the New
slew' mYork TribIune.
lrOeHw' Thlnf


.Aot T o

Thoy ar "a-d*4.W;t 9wI
W a owns
tLWh demlr.o
them~. a|lw.'
A~NOW l -rod f^..iflftf li o

Tired, Nrve Aii

Ps-ru-na ReAttS, Rl"oo

A Pretty New York WoNi"
UnpsserY the Talk of Her
Uuuirous Friends. q

Mrs. J. E. Finn, 89 9ast High 4
buffalo, N. Y'., writes:, -
Peruna Medicine Co., CoJumbus. O t,
CGentlemen:--A feiusa wjeoe
J ha/ Io to gire up) social lif ns,.
t uirely, at mny health, wI -
plctcly A broke s.dos'i. TAs M
advised at coMiplcfe rstab f
year. ds t question for a time, 1 began 1a
look for sonra other actcnsa of rS
storing t y health.
"I had often hen rd of Perus .e a
as anr e.rcelent tonic, so 1 bouJ .'
a bottle to see what it would do'..
for uie, and it certainly tooklho M
of my s/ystemr and refitvenateUd',
Fie, an1t1 in less than twio nw.ntl'
I t-aa in perfect health, and Mlnourn.
then I feel weorn oet. or tired a i s
dose or two of Peruna is all tat
1 need."---Mrs. J. '. Firnn.
Mrs. J. W. lReynolds, E.'klon, Ohio .
writes: '
"I owe my health and life to Perumima.
We rarely call inu a physician; in fact, t ,
has been pears since 1 have taken any
father mtudicte t an ours. I am af ri
9; iru lindP although I have been s
s tiesnlaI have taken onBi yar my ear
ele. xey are wonaerfel', indeed, .
have a very lar boise and entertkalit."
great' dealand do all
thanks to Poruna.*-Mrs.
Free Treatment for Womn MsiL'41
Any woman wrishins to be pIroed qa .e'
list of Dr. Hartman a patients for tl'.
home treatment and advice should imuW..
diately mend name and synmptoms, durastio "
ef dixasea and treatment already trile
Directions for the first month's treatmast.;
will be promptir mailed free of chariY. t
9o (yrO.dlnahis will be *upplied
doetp, ailR neesary directions will be i%
dS what tho above ladles have to my
of PeTrnam ae pr for thee as.e .
Address Sr. Iartmain, Presid ,a '
The Harteman SsMtariam, ColumblV
Ohio. .

fuiors Use



In Society.
A woman In society is obliged to keep
late hours. She must alittend receptions
andi balls. Sli neldoini allows herself a
quiet evnin u at iomem. tler whole time
mu talent iep in keeping eangaemsnts or en-
tertaining in her own onme.
licr sysiterm becomes completely ntn
down as a "consoqumie.9 She soon finds
herself in a condition know as ytoemle
catairih, This has also been called e-
tarrhal nervousness.
If every society woman aouldklnomew .
value ofl 'erinn at aeh a time, it they
neuldl realize the invigoratine, strengthen
ing effect tHit I'eruna wouil have, how
i much mtnisery could he avoided.
Letters iroen society women all over the
United State testify to tlie fact that Pe-
runt ia the tonic for a run down, ilepieted
nervous system.

"Is-.your husband abent-minladed?"
"WVell." replied the professor's wife,
"hbo claims ho inn't, but after boning
hin razor yesterday morning ha shut
it up and put It In this pocket. and
when I ashed him at brealafaet Why)he
hadn't shavedr hb advanced the theory
that I found fault with his a ppearanee
bocauie the glamiour of our romance
had begun to wear off."--0-lcago Roe,
Great Britain raises 1,5QO.O00 bush.
elk of Weat and buys abroad 161,000..
000 bus.hels of wheat and 10,000,000
Sarrele of flour.

How is Your Blood?

Wilt itrify the blood 'and strengtheon- the
system. Tftko (Jeormetuer now and avoid slek-
noev and doctor's bills later. e0-PAOX OOK
VREE. Addrsl
Dept. C-,aw,.,huJl,

.' t-e.d April 28, 1908, at Gaineville,
asecoad-class matter, under Act of
of March 3, 1879.

SPaublished every Tuesday and Friday,.
1 .00 a year in advance.
o Cents for Six Months,
a. Cents for Three Months.
w~l~sRladerst I btvere type, 5 cents
Sfor each Insertion.
[1baes for display advertisements priced
:."'The editor, is not responsible for the
.vi sn of correspondents or others con.
'.flbutnfg to his columns.

SThe voters of Florida are doing
!i:much lor the cause of temperance
I by defeating drinking candidates
who run for office.
A contemporary says: "Don't
think every sad-eyed woman you
;.imneet has loved and lost. She may
'have loved and got him."
,SMan. N. B. Broward is not a
liking man, and voters should
numberr this fact, Florida wants
| ober Governor. See the point?
SWhen a defeated candidate meets
1"1 voter he 'should try to appear as
| utoble as he would appear had
| been elected -he may become a
Oudidate again.
It Is repeatedly asserted that
.Were Dr. Crum a white man Teddy
"'Would not persist in re-nominating
bhina for collector *of the port of
Is.harleston.-Daily Capital.
"I anspy of our delinquent subscrib-
hIavw decided to wait until we
t0l- oay before .they pay us
t. they are due us they needn't
'tanyl longer-now is the time.
4I T Times Union says: "Her.
4tWO's prodigal sons will return
after January 1." It is more
l.kevly that the splendid follow-
t one of the sons has will as.
't tl'e supporters of Hon. Jno. N.
Stockton in causing Duval's
igalaon to return home-ffoam
agton-about tIat same time.
S''W9 wpAld4 like to see the friends
liaferro, Clark and Davis con-
their campaign froti now uu-
~ vSehvol are counted on Ju
uu.uing money in waj that
inhorable. If tney could
3t5JJ qti^on Stockton,
r toward would be easy
-the people are naturally

o man ever made a nobler fight
*galnst great odds than Hon. Jno.
.'. C. Stockton has made, and, is
',n3ow making against the Standard
il land other mighty trusts. As
oempared with his opponent, Mr.
V' Taliaferro, Mr. Stockton is a poor
: man, and while he must stagger
f ; under the load of his campaign ex-
penses, rich men are contributing
^ l"ge sums of money to the cam-
t gpIn expenses of his rich op.
l ponent.
SWhile C. M. Browh was a candi-
r(i4te for Governor, and could see
in'othing good in Bob Davis nod
5-rothiEg very wrong in N. B. Brow,
;t4, he paid for the appearance of
'ti face in the newspapers of the
.. tarte, and if we remember correctly
:b*l.didn't get it in the Times-Union
l all, but now since he has flopped
l5 riglerward, and Is denouncing
!B3roward and praising Davis, lot
t' ,is face has been seen in the Times-
|,Uaion-and that without money
H!,.ad without price.

When Charles Monroe Brown
was defeated in his candidacy for
Governor, Florida escaped what
SWould have been a dire calamity
he been elected. A man who
preach what Brown has p 'each-
pdring the campaign, eand when
lated flop right over to the
whose political method he
been denouncing will not do to
anywhere. If Mr. Brown has
Honest in his opposition to
wIb he is not now honest in his
'of .him. Let every honest
k. veteran frown on
Wsan. the oPPer.
t .w Onthb w sgbC. M. Brown,
066 of C. t. t the- re-
taBdidate lbr a car-
his paper,

ion collar f
tor Brown is out of
erOorc sad he andI
u.,,p Mr. Da.
.the beat

ABOUT 00 jpg 4l i".sti
A hild app, City, and' ear er house was a 'GOoernor on .May 4Uth atply e-
Chinese laundryman; upon whom cause he was a citizen of, their
suspicion fell, and excitement ran county, will nt 4v0e f ir DaPtls th
high. But under conditions that June 7th simply-b.eaamUe Brown hass
clearly indicated that the death of flopped ovqr to him. .Nor will the
the child was the result of an acel- Confederate Veterans who voied for
dent the body was found. Speak- Brown because he was wounded
Ing of the matter the New YV1k during the Civil War now vote for
World said: "' t'Davis because Brown just hap-
Had this accident takfta lt*l0 In opened (?) to go to Jacksonville a
a Southern village, wand 4bt d sua-. fqw days ago,. conferred with Davis,
pect been a a 01 'ry-Aibing AND OTHERS, and returned to
would probab t,'ken place his homeabusilgBroward.. How
before the the child
was fopnd A causes of her the mighty do fall !
death s'te "hat the New
Yorkit, 4j not take the law aito A number or prominent citizens
Its Ow' wl.i a on the mere suspicion of Gainesville, and ,tiher sections
that a tiurder had been committed, of Alachua cou-ity, who voted
was no moral superiority on for'Taliaferro in ilie first primary,
it part. Its bod adness have declared their intetio to
curbed only by the restraint of the t t
police. If there are fewer lynching vote for Stockton in the second.
in the North than in the South it is and many who voted for Brown for
not because we are better than tile Governor, did so only because they
Southern people, but because there thought him the best man to hbat
are fewer provocations, and because Davis with, and now they are for
the machinery-of public authority B nowthey tef
better organized and more efficient. Broward.
Such accidents are not uncom-. Somebody has been wicked
nson in the South, but lynching on enough to suggest that the trusts
suspicion (whether the persons sus. will pay ex-Candidate Brownt's re
picioned be negroes or Chituamen) cent campaign expenses for his sup-
are very uncommon. But the quo- port of their candidate-Mr. Da-
tation from the World' shows con- vis. The trusts are probably sims
clusively that the writer knew what pie eoug o belv tha Mr.
he was talking about. No Brown's former supporters will fol
and intelligent man will say that im t e Davis ap, ut
the Northern people are better th:s eys illnot do it.
the Southern people, and the intl-
ligent northern observer has ceased a s s 64,(4,se36X
to-doubt that the same crimes f;r t-
which negroes are lynched in the
South will cause them to be lyctich-.
ed in any section of the North. .
The lynching evil is peculiar to
no particular section of teite country
-it to a national sit.
It is generally conceded that D Meritt (oatheill
Hon. D. -, Mays spent less moiiey The Celebrated Nw York City
,during his .canvass for governor
than any other candidate. As tie OCULIST,
gentleman from Jefferson also re-
ceived less votes than any other Will Visit Gainesville,
candidate this would indicate that Thursday ard Friday,
"money makes the mare go" inii May 19 a
primary elections as well as on tae positively 2 dp -office
race track.--The Sun.
"An honest confession is gcol jPWf House Parlor.
for the soul." When our contenm- EXAMINATION FREE.
porary intimates that the rnuga4ir r Cortliell will visit Gnines.
spends the most moy- the m n ville loithly during the year.
who gets the t votes, is tihe pu') SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Ic1 no liable in concluding tht g
,W Sun is probably supporting High Springs, Saturday, lay 21.

Tallaferro, Clark and Davis 1, -
cause Mr. Plagler's money i i's-
hind them? In other words, if
Stockton, Barrs and Broward, wire
being supported by the rich tru ta
is it not reasonable to presume that
the Sun's position in the political
firmament would be different frian
what it now is?
It is said that the per capital cir.
culation in Duval county was ii.
creased about $7, and in the Stste
an average of about $3, during the
last week before the recent primary,
as a result of the desperate effort
the Republ'can tru t tuaguntes
made to defeat John Stockton.
Then who says that Stockton is not
a benefactor? The per capital cir-
culation will probably be increased
more during the last week before
the June 7th primary than it was
before the last primary, because
the corporation people are now
more than ever before anxious to
defeat Stockton. Democratic vo.
teri of Plorida, put not the seal of
approval on such methods by voting
for Taliaferro, but cast your votes
for your honest friend-John N'. C.
The personnel of the Democratic
State Committee was somewhat
changed by the result of the re-
cent primary, but in this instance
Alachua coputy's loss was her gain.
By the primary system we can
eliminate much poisonous wood
(rom the political tree. The good
work has already been begun. Not
every one who has heretofore been
getting appointments can get nom-
inations in primaries. We should
not censure too severely the would-
be political bosses for opposing the
'primary, for it has beeu a death.
blow to many of them, and others
are dying.
The Ocala Banner, one week af-
ter the primary election, reproduced
from the lndian River Gasette an
editorial under the caption "A
Great Vietory.'decdaringhait "ITal-
iaferro has won In the first' pri.
The Osaxtto had probably
S= *Wle4 by, the Tkitat-Union
I-to the untrue satqemenut.


heber -

Under inil by virtue of a final dlecce
ainale tai l rLanlerd, I on the 2tll lay of
J ailn.irv, A. D. 19,,3, by Hon %V. S
htrlluock)ta, Ige of lthe Circuilt court of the
5tll Judicial Circittn of Fli'ridla, ins sand for
Alachua county, in a cause tltert penidii.g.
on the Chainct ry side of a:i,i count,
wherein Rachel i.. Jancia n ,if Auslnua
county, Ploridan, as aslniastrataix ol the
Mstnte of Jnies A. Brock, d ce.t'-s,l, lute
,f said place, alind J. l Jamersom, her
husband, are complainants, nand Heanr3 F.
Brooker and Drew Jrooker, his wife, are
defendants, wherein I was appointed as
a special ma.-ter in chancery to execute
said decree, I will sell at public out-cry,
hrfore the court house luor, in the city
of Oasinesville, in Alaclhua county, l'lor-
ida, on Monday, the 6th day of June, A
1). 190.l, being legal sale day, between
the legal hours of sale, the folloI ng de-
scribed real estate situated, lying and be-
ing in the county of Alachua, State of
Florida. aid particularly known and de-
scribed as follows, to-wit:
The west half of the northeast quarter
of Section sixteen (16). Township nine
(9) qouth, Range fourteen (i4) east, sit-
uated in Alachua county, Florida, to-
gether with all and sinagulpr the tene-
ments, hereditaments and appertenances
thereunto belonging or in lanywise apper-
Said property levied upon and to be
sold asJbae property of said defendants,
to satisfy and pay said decree, fees and
costs. Terms cash.
This 26th day of April, A. D. 9go4.
KV. S. BRooaIt,
Special Master in Chancery.
Complainant's Solicitor.

Your Chlckens, Eggs,
Vegetables, and in fact all
kinds of Country Pro-

Highest Prices for Coun-
try Produce, and Sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.

Us when you want Sta-
ple and Fancy Groceries.
r'-Give us a Trial.
lanesville. Pla.

.PrefC8g nST.

Oainesville, Floi
Opposte Brown House.
*''boP e No. 97,


Too ~i~ Lsumfl to


We Have

fn Stock, and are col
ilng "up-to-date" E
WAnien and Child
prices and oLt the b

instantly receiv- Cotton Department FLA.
Shoes .or Menel 101a
ren, at popuIe'r Hight price paid fo ea 8 nd Cotto
est makes. .' 'T, seed or Lint, Lnrge or Small Quantities,.

We call

Particular attention to' the Ladies
"Brockport" and Mens"All Amer-
ica" and "Walk Over" grades.

J. D. Matheson,

fhoe and Lpabljei tni'p'. Pa~wv2, FIP.

The Gainesville Planing

I and Coffin 0


JIs .- t linnAtI s I liin ItI I ,I 1 s i i I -, a' uss

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Rj obt. MlcCtellan,


AStrict Person.a Attention Givein to
All Business int This Line. Tele-
graph and Mail C'riers Altenmlel to 4
Promptly. .. ..... ....



Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.

W. R. Thomas,

Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,
Call on me when you want to buy

Horses, Mules, Buggies, "'i" '-
Carriages, Wagons, -
Harness, Bridles,
Saddles, etc.





Frank Clark

'r.1O TIlE
Second Disrtrid

of Florida,
8oa2cits Your Vote and Support
In thte Democrmatic Prilrnry.


S" Opposition to the Trusts.
Favors Income Tax.
Perfection Inter-State Commerce Commission.
Federal Aid for Good Roads.
Duty on Egyptian Cotton.
r inRural Mall Delivery.
Ample Approprilatons 1uwapnee Rives.
,,,,.. Mltiyx Park at OQhe ..
'I iHM lS-


1* IniporteC Sc.'. Island and Selected Florid
Sl'aning Seed.

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This iri;. 1. the staIlard of perfection in passenger service. For Ptullma
r.-ervatj)i iM aild other iniforniation apply to ticket agent F. E. C. Ry., .t Ai us-
line or A. C L. office 138 liay St West, Jacksonville. Fla.
Initerchangeable Mileae Tickets, good over 13,ooo miles of among the prici.
psil railways in the .'ontherin States are, on sale by the principal sients
s'iirouxln Pullmani ileeper Port Tainpa 1 New York. via Atlantic Coast l.iti;
nlso ia Atlantic Coast i.ine anmid Southern Railway.
lFor complete i ifor.inatiou, coll on
J. A. Goodwin, Ticket Agent, Gainesville.
Airc .: FRA\NK C IBOYISTON, Coni'l Agt., W. D. STARK, Tray. Pass. Agi .
138 W. RTay St., Astor Building, Jackson ille, Fla
1i M lIMERSON, Traf. MUr W.. CRAIG, Gen. Pass. Agt.,
Wilmnington, N. L. Wilmington N. C

Air Line Railway
Schedule I effective December 7, 1903.
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Conaiections for Palmetto, Manatee, Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
lays, from( Gainesville.
T Train No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tamupa, Jacksonvtile and New York via Richmond and Wanington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmond. Cafe dining
car service from Jacksonville.
S No. 66, Feaboard Mall, day coaches, mail, baggage and express cars between
Iacksotville and Washington, and drawing room ul man sleepers betwen Tanpa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No.55 connect at Stark for LaCrosse. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
miediate points, and at Archer with Early Bitd branch.
Nos. .6 atd 57, Pullman sleeper Between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key est and Havana.--Lsve 'Port Tampa Sundays. Tpedays sat
Thursda6ys, m : m.
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. C. COB Ticket A-ent. Gainesville.

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