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:
June 10, 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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THE INOMINATIOlN rci, 1 1 ii'r,*Itar,.
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SeaeadCongress Lit ut 211. veJ'drikk4(), itr,,oker 16, Martailm 55.
Senat andClreeves "2j, Robiuai-,, go


lLate Savedl. Tlhi Gainesville Vote.
'llte vole in ,aines,;lle was as follows:
CORPORATIONS 1 OSF DAVI st ,klI 173, Taliaferro zoo,. arras mS.
1KCORPORATIONS if1F 1AVIS. 'Cl.,rk 2.4, lgrowarid 142, Da- s 246.
roone 121), Crawfor(ld 2 Ilillearv 15.
ckosc Nrotbgh F ht-C, Kelley 234, Kelllun,, 159
Stockton's Noble Fight-Clark Callulont 2o.1, Pedirick 1S8, lBrooker 149,
Nominated Rut May Not M uii-n 173, Cieeves 155, Robert-on 235
Be Seated, Etc. IlawlIhoni.
S 'k. tonI 4N Talinferro 22, lrowarnt i8,
"I ie agony is over. Tihe second pri- l)avi. Ilarrs .9. Claik 28. Brooume ..1,
mar)g was pulled off 1 uetdis a.ll o. ,-raf fCr.ord 24, lilleary 15, R.,.H-.roigh 53,
tie gre'oteat victories ever w.on h' pe.nle Kelley 26, Kel"inn .142 Clheeves 4i4, Roh-
over corlioratonts was woi l"y tlre ili1ii.- crtson ]7.
runtioin of Napoe3in B. llro>arnl ovi.,
Robert W. Davis for governor of Flo dn. Island 'Grove.
Many of the Davisites wete bettingm, e% .n Stockton 29 Taliaferro 17. Ilarrs -9,
onl election day, that lie unr,,l c1,l l i Clark 17, Ilrowlard 34, Davis 12, 13roorne
liroward two to one itn the Statv, int II, Crawfoad 38, Hilleary 14, Roshorotighl
now they see their mistake and are ,1. -3, Kelley 2h, Kellnmn 19.

dering how it all happened.
Though defeated by Senator Taliaferro,
Juo. N. C. Stockton niule on. >f lthe
most powerful fights ever inmade hy nimny
candidate anywhere. Agaius.t lim n%%re
all the co portion trusts in tie State, in-t
cluding thie great Standard Oil Company,
and only about ten per cent of the papers
of the State supported hinm, but thlruiigl
IniointhS of campaigning lie waged a light
against tile corporation inllnfiencr,.. anil
for the people that forced even hi.n ene-
nies to admire hlini.

Stockiton 44, Taliaferro 37, Barra 40,
I lark .i, roward 36, Da\ s 43, IrooneI
27, Lrawford 45, ifilleary 59, Rashor-
olgli s2. Kelley 53, Kellum, 29, Cheives
.p", RIlert'on 25.
Slocklton 24, Taliaferro 13, l3arrs 19,
Clark 17, IBroward 19, Davis 19, lBroomie
[;, Crawford i8, Hlillea-y so, Rosbor-
outg'i 2i, Kelley 5, Kellum 33, Clheeves
1i, Robertson 2.1.

J. M. Barrs, whLo wrvs deleateI hv Arredondo.
Frank Clark for Congress, i ~ iiIntl'u itoklt. ri 5 Taliaferro 24, lroward 5
doubt onie of the ablest iaw'ers ill te Il s I I. Iirrnrs 4, lark 27, Broome 7,
State, anil would rnve tiua le this lin t. ,t ,, 1 lr.rI 2.., Ililleary II, Rosboroiugu 17,
s near all ilcal conigressinan a. w I e1111llu 20, Cheeve
ever hope to have The -auie inlliit .in er,.- in ,, '.ninin I) ly, P'edrick 12
which defeated Stockton and Ir e.I Melrose.
I.ird to defeat Browardl, nison d.-fe i.- 1 -1 S ,nt k I 22.11 alaferro 6, Uroward IS8,
Inrrs, aiind the people mnustl silT il. I i. I, 2z, Clalk 5, Broome 17,
voitequtnce. s.e'r.i l,,ci .., llilleary 4 Roaborought 22,
Tlie editor of the Star is glh-.l i-i.'.t I I.11i"' i'.. Kellurin lo, Cheeves Is, Rob.
that the corporations' power is S.Oin.-a i.n i I ,
broken; that "the people" hla'vehi' governor, and that the cuorn u'ali, 1-. 1i ; ,,, Ii.,1 i. Ialinterro 20, Broward
to fight hard to secure a e.t.r I I.I,. rrs 26, Clark 36, Broome
,onuresm an- if il eed the .|i}leed "11- 11-v, ....

* red botl, for It ti by tio 1 iii tef ,I
thal Mr. Clark cain take his i I ,
ed, as there is much doubt anliout bin .
lig eligible, and an eplil ii tiii iin,;i
successfnlly contest his sent
\Ve are Hiso proud of Ilin- ia i i I
Alaclhna county did inotbly. I'l..- .
tool alone ill this county as ,i1 i.!\ %. ,
of thle peoples' candilatcs,. tIheilh, r I t
lapels of the county oppliiii ii il 11
anid me think we can bIe prnluri ,I i .. I l '
feeling a little proud tlinat A ila i .i i i ..
I't0ocktrin 127 ilajolily over l' ilirf i .. I,'I
while )Davis leil Brow.ard I)y onild .1 i. liN. I
Clark's mainjority over iarrs turn- oinl I.% v
volt-s '

The exact vote for senalor ronigit -
Illa11 or governor can not Yet he i\% nii.uniii
tihe official vote of .Llachu couiit. inII
vole lb precinct of sixteen of (lie mrtt: I
Ian precincts are Ps follows:
lFor t'nited States Senatlr.


For CongreSs.

'i.'lark ................... >SI.
Clark ,J3

V :or Governor.
avis . . . 46
lirowatni . . . 78
For Secretary of State.
iran or.I. . . .... 32
hrionionme .. 7151
: r For Legislature.
Ri ,roigli . . 9 K 3
... illear. .. . . .. 713
For County Superintendent
Kelluy ..... 836
S K ..ellu' ... ..... ..... 831
Por Meinlher Board of Public Inci action
-Second District.
SMartin 241
lirooker ..............208
rooker . ... 208
h For Supervisor of Registr'tion.
C reeves ...843
Robertson . . 727
F n or Cotunty Commissioner.
il ( in ........... ...250
.Pe.rick ..... .........259
S ullooinig is the vote by precincts:
M Ilocktun 32, Tallafer-o 33, Barrs 26,
I. Clark 34, Ilroward 31. Davis j, Broome
27. rwford 32, Hilleary 29, Roeborough
31, Kelley 28, Kellum 35, -Cheves 51,
Itobertmon 6.
Stockton 56, Taliaferro 4o, Broward 48.
i 50. Barrs 46. Clark s0,. roome 6o.
Krewford 30o, Hillary 31, Roborosgh 6,t.
alley 66. KeUum 34, chewsa 58, Robert-

Sockton 64. Tallaerr 8o, Ba'rs 63,
Ik 78, Br"wrd 6 lls74, B74v toMe
Serswod So, ltly 84, Roaboteegh

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4I ;1. Ilullelay 5, Rosborough
S3:1. Iellinii 12, Cheeves 49,
i I1. Til.iel'ferro 33, Itrowardl
'. i ,m.- 2t) Crawforil 21,
I l 2. .. llillr-irV 28, Ronljur.
.i, V.. -,'.Kelfulii 24, rCl e-yes

1, 'I'li ilrro riarra 97.
ii .,I -'. .'iiwtnltl 27, H il-
I: %.,i, .r 1 lir 7.8, Kelley Nio,
S 1, t-'\. Ia olierl.onIl 64

Seaboard to have tiospitals.
SIt I|.r..Ilnhh- ti.rlt the Seaboard Air ;me -.ili \ .11 accep-t lhe Coast Line
hloililn. -..sterni .nid est -blish a number
i l.,- i' I 1I lI the various divisions
thlroiig litnl tlut. h '- Allih. A meeting of the
Sugenii -is of iS.ailt toa iwas held illn Ailasilt
l2 st e1 i k, a ill this pro ostion was ser-
iol0 ) i-cnli-ssdl. A number of the ofr
fic.nal ofC the road were present and they
Sill iiilk up with the board of
,directors at the next nimeeting. Tie hos-
pital sys,eul is mow in u-e by nearly all of
the Notlhein and Western roads, and is
following out the idea of the road owning
eve. ythinig % %l which it is concernedt.-

Kellum Honored.
S'rof. J. Ci. Kellum, the popular and
talented young teacher who conducted
the Aaclhua public school during the
past te II, and who came within five of being nominated for county
supeintendant of schools !ist Tuesday,
not-with standing his successful oppo-
nent, lr. J. L. Kelley, is one of the best
men in the county, has been offered the
superlnte.idency of theGainesvilleGraded
anrd High School, but has declined to
accept it because he feels under obliga-
tions to teach again for thie people of
Alachua, who. are not willing to Rive
him up for any one.

Samuel T. Shaylor.
The many Gainesvslle anti Alachua
county friends of Mr. Samuel T Shaylor
an old Alachua county boy and a gradu-
ate, of East Florida Seminary, will note
with pleasure that he has been nominat-
ed for judge of the criminal court of
Duval county.
After Jan. 1tat. it will be "His Honor
Judge Shaylor," and when he visits
Gaineaville his many friends here will be
delighted to meet their old friend-the

At The Bapttist Church.
At theBaptst church nextSundai morn-
insPastor Rogsm will tlk on "TheLord'sa
'payer for" tin church:" and at- night
his subject will be "Soul wining the
duty of the .lbtmUf The public is in-
ited toa dd thtmea es v Satrge
wall e ,vea eiwdli oCbdat welme.

R -*, *- f r M r 'i s r l

F lorida's Next .Governor.

How the. Present Battles Compare
With Those of the Clvl War.
The Russians may they lost Soo killed
and wounded at the battle of Kin Chou;'
the Japanese report losses on their side
to be in the neighborhood of 4,3oo. At
the battle of .hbe Valu the casualties wer-
about I,ooo for both aimies. The Kin
Chou fight was undoubtedly a severe
But how do the causalty lists ol the most
modern of wars compare with the lists of
other wars? Have the improved, flat
trajectory, long-range 'lies made war
more deadly? Have the bullet-spitting
machine guns increased the causally lists?
During the great American war between
tee.Sl'tes Grant lost 12,ooomen, .t Cold
Harbor, in twenty minutes, according to
the historians. At Shiloh the Federals
lost 1,754 killed and 8,408 wounded, and
at Gettysburg 3,155 killed and 14,529
wotlicalerd. 'hat was before the day of
smnokeless powder, nickel-.steel bullets
and coffee-nieill machine guns. Front
tIle figures it would seeui .that modern
War is less dangerous Itian were the wars
of lise past. -Jacksoville Metropolis.

Adve: .laed Letters. ./
List of unclaimed letters in the post-
office at Gainesille la, la., for the week
e.Mliug June 2, 19o4. Pers ns calling
fo: same should say advertised and give
date. One cent is due on each letter.
Miss Sarah Jackson, Mise Rosa Hard-
loy, Mrs Mary Washington, Miss Annie
Pr ice.

MIr, S. E. Seoley, Mr. J. F. Pickett &
Sons, Philip Robinson, Ben Joiner, Jim
Tomkins, Mellon Hills, A. Hammouds,
J. M. Willinms, Jim Jackson.

Prohibition Analvr.aary.
Rev. W. J. Carpenter will deliver an
address on Sunday night on the effects of
one year of prohibition:, or how the clos-
ing of the bar rooms in our county has
effected local conditions. Some interest-
ing data will be presented which will be
profitable to the public.

Dixie Flyer Route for Republic-.ns
The following circular has been aIssued
concerning the ofical rou'. of the Florida
delega:out to the Republcan national con.
vention to be held In Chicago beginning|
June 2 :
To Delegates and Friends: I take pleas
ure in advising that arrangements havy
been made to travel over the Dixie Flyer
Route to attend this convention, which ii
to be held in Chicago, June 21-24. The
rate will be one fare plus so cen's from
all points in Floiida. ticketss to be sold
June x6 20, inclusive, with final limit un
til June 29
"I have arranged for a special slee.;**i
for the accommodation of delegates and
their fit.ends to leave Jacksonville June
18 at 8.o5 p. di. the following line:
Atlantic Coast Line, Georgia Southterm
&Flo.'da to Macon, Central of Georgia
to Atlanta; Nashville, Chattanooga & St.
Louis Railway and the Illinois Central to
Chicago. This will land us In Chicago
on the muotl ing of the o20h. 1 ach nmd
every delegate 'a urged to send in to me
as early as posa'ble their nc-mea aud the
names of their friends who wish to go In
this special sleeper, so that I can secure
for them accommodations in this sleeper.
"Those who desire can return via St.
Louis without an additional cost. The
Dixie Flyer Route' operates through
s'eeperevery day,'n the year from8t.Louisl
to Jacksonville, Fla. I selected this
route, and I find this to be the .most di-
rect and most convenient way to go. Re-
spectfully, W I.I.IAM I. LLuUAS,
"Chai man Committee,"
For full information and Pullman re.
se rations ase Atlantei Coast Line agent
or write FrVak C. Boylslon, ComweriaWl
Agent, s3 W. Bay SL, Jacksonville. Ib.


At Oakdale-three miles South )if

Wacahoota, .

July 2, 1904.
There will be OGames, Music,
Athletic Exercise, Elocution and
Orato. y.

Big lot of good work mules for sale ReV. W J. CArpenttr
cheap at W. R. Thomas' stable. Call
and see them and if yorsneed san horses, of Gainesville will deliver an ad.
wagons, buggies, harness, etc., call ont dress. EVERYBODY IS IN-
Thomas. vI
If it is job printing you want just send VT1ED.
your order to the btar. It will have
prompt attention, and work and prices The Committee.
will suit vou. t. if

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If not we'll cure it, and when we get through with
5 it you'll wonder why you didn't think of m Ionug before.
All work guarstiteed. No hasty slipshod job leaves our
shop. None but the best material used, and you willt
pot grumble at the prices either.

1 H. C. Stevens.


High Springs, Florida.

IIer rI-Wnfl you kindly inform mn
bt rtiaf w amil if yo can end your 'Sa.
botlea.of Sair Orwer-the tunpe aleed
(., elarki) and If so I will e4e youm
* ptts* bet( for the mans. -Plaua isform

'd 0 winter Of 17Ab
l"esaa of iu of the
It am* ii%&

Notice is hereby. giwvewp tha
Spring Terdi, A. V-. I -th*
Court, of the thion Fl"t J .
of the State of Florldas I
county of Alachisa, I the
was tried and convicted f W M
assault with intent to m- w
sentenced to the Peniten
court then presiding..
I intend to apply to the
State Board or Pardons, for a
Notice of application for Tax Deeit
der Section 8 of Chapter 4888, LawS
Notice le hereby given that W.
Thomas, purchaser of tax certlficatej
576, dated the 5th day of July, A. D. Xi
has filed said certificate In m1 offWl1is
has made application for taoi deed o
in accordance with law. lSald c -10i
embraces the following deecribbdjWl
ty situated in Alachua county, _f0
to-wit: Lot 10, Block 27, Bnrd'Wi j
edition to Gaideav:lle. The said land
Iig assessed at the date of the lanatl
such certificate in the name of AMaii
Mcllvin, unless said certificate aX
redleemed according to law tax deed
issue thereon on the 11th day of July,
D. 1"4.
Witness my oflc'al signature and
this the 9th day of June, A. D. 1I4.
[OXAL} a. C. 4pa
Clerk C(rcuit Court Cac i~laW
Plords. Per S. H. Wiage j

Try Pagan's market forest niealts.
MR, FREDr KING IMonroe Venable cf ICanaspall. was in
II the city Wednesday.
TO MISS IfRO, you want to hay, renll )r ell &
I U Mdthouse--ee Majoes."
Traveling Auditor B. B. McCra.of the
-"- S A. L. was in the city Tuesday,
A Beautiful Wedding Wednesday Vi'. M. Ramsey of Wacahoota was a
business 'sitor to the city Wednesday.
Evening. Prof. J. W. Wideman, of Tallahasse,
--- spe.t several iays in the city this week.
A POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE. Tlie rains recently have been a great
benefit to the truck growers in this section.
Rev. C. F. Parker of LaCrosse was an
Married at Presbyterian Church agreeable caller at the Star office yester-
-.Reception at Home of ,ipy.
Reception at ome of ue n nylor and Superintdentt
the Bride. W, N. Sihe its of Tallaliaseee, came Tues-
Two souls as but a single though day to vote.
Twoh leirts, thit beat as one. Capt. N'. A. Callibso of the Sp. ng
Ingomar. Park fa n, at JBeiiiri,tozn, was in the city
One ol tIle most elegant weddings ever Wednesday.
sulemnized in tiisn city was that of Mr. Mr. Jerse M. Shaw, one of Alachua's
Fl'edi KIng and Miss Sallie F'roonie on lending cit.'en, is transacting business
Wednesday evening at ilie 'uanie of the in the City today.
bride"a father George 1.. Il ooie Sam Brooks, travel)ngaaleamau for the
Mr. King rnd his wife wer reared l n National Biscuit Comparty, spent 'Tue.-
Gainesville and a more poouilar .-o rple lay at home in this city.
never brew up in any common ty.
Mr. King is now in business in Ma u.n Capt. G. S. Chamberlin, ofTacoma, was
Georgia at which plac- the couple will in the city :odiay. He Is rejoicing over
make their shome. the nomination of lIroward.
The, father and the mother of the b. de Mr. anti Mrs. A. W.. Mcl)oald left
are among our oldest and moat honored yesterday for Founsnin creek, Tennessee,
citizens, while the father of th' bride. where Tbey will tend the suinmmer.
grootm was twice the judge of our circuit II. McL. Grady was in the city Wed.
court and during his long life filled many nesday from his home at High Springs.
other places of honor and trust, both lre He has sold his cold drink business there
dead, to Mr. J. D. Neal.
The swar 'age c.retuony took place at Mrs. Lida Sparkman andl children, of.
the Presbyterian church the Rev. Mr. White Springs are vilsting tlie former's
Hay ofniciating. It w#s impressive and parents, Mr and Mrs. 11. A. Fisher, in
Unique. Nprth Gaincseille,
d The church was most elaborately de- Work on the P1 'fer Bros bh;ck block
coated with greenings which only Flor- has been held up a little on account of
da can grow, and rare flowers peeped raiu, but the building w 'll soon be getting
9 and smiled from every nook and crevice ready for occupancy,
of the handsome building and the alter o o
- in front of the organ was ablaze lAh .1 W. Jackson of Ocala came up to
e lighted caudles in cuneifo.,.. pyrimidal Gainesville to vote Tuesday. Mr. Jack-
r effect. Uhbers and attendants were well son went to Oc- 1a only recently, and
s and thoroughly drilled and not a contre- still votes in this city.
e temps marred the rythndc beauty of the Mrs. Isaac Levy of Gaineas%!'e is
scene; even the midgets in attendance spending this week in Ocala, the 1 test
upon the bride moved like eccentric, of her brother. Mr. Max Newberger.-
" cam, and clutc;a in some perfectly mede Ocala manner, June 8.
machine, and ah. mel ah. ume! how the J. S. Btitah, a prominent citizen of
r tote carried me back to the wedding Montbrook, Levy County, and a valued'
days of honest lads and bonnie lasnsle subscriber to the Str was a pleasant Call-
when I withe 'blpr.k eyed Susau" held the ec at the Star office yesterday.
t'dlow tepers for.the earnest old servant of W. L. Hill. the insurance man, who
God to read the ceremony by. Soon after spends most of his time-, in Macon, Go.
nine the wirda which made the twain came home to vote Tuesday, and spend
one were uttered and those who hiad a while with bin family here.
the e'tree to the dwelling of Vie Brooms o JusT RM.CRIVAD, the latest shopping
filed out of the hianudsome cziurch to he bag, We have them in black, brown, tan
soft low sweet touch of the bchuberts as and grey, they are usually sold at z So,
they drew leztlithed sweetuess f.onm their our price Sr.oo. L. C.-,ttrith.
various instlramea a. At the house, it Joseph Smith and J. W. Carter, Mica*
was not exactly a "sea change" as in nopy; R. B. Hodgson, Archer; B. U. h
the days of Avon's mefLhlessar bardbutan Powell, High Springs. and B. Cellon,
electric, an Edisanian change took place. Ha,, ia were-in Galneaville Tuesd y.
Pink bells scatte e4 all ver house marble Hot. and Mrs. A. II. King of Jackson.-
it look like a giant royal poinciana s n vil'e attended the marriageofthaefprnse's a
full bloom and one 1 coming up suddenly brother, Mr. Fred King, to Mtas aaline
at that hour would have been inclined Brooms, it- this city Wednoasdlj eVenhlg. I1
to rnsh to toe fire alarm. eMr. and Mrs. W. B. Phifer ane. loIi6, t
The presents were many, costly and Ing over tI'e ar val of a Ibt)' girl at 'I
varied and the sptrkle of cut glass and their home la1it night. Moth*el 4sdbUd
the sheen ot silver almost blinded one on are doing well, afid W I J l e'bleteift
euteriog the room where t'Iy were dis- as wel as would b '
pihyad. SNAlPPY strJsc it a 'sfi at 1u e '.
For three hours more, to the swet that please ti .'i i.ASi i
strains of ie orbehesra the happy people aUt be l ,,l eooudlo li -
moved to and fro e-:chiai:Bng smiles We make a 8pd tl. oEt0rj .
and rare salfe4 of wi. Re'reshuenta da w* itnsa who eotei0*1 any t t s 1i a' i
sog fit almost any foot |u sioft aSfIl shoss.
ligbtft and abundant were red by 'U.y C, mith. .
whole 'hietartid maidens and golden heoirt. v. and Mrs, C. Gordon and .tile .
ed matrons to the eoer joyova throng d,?;sa ~in' ; lr
until the heiur arrived for- the couple t t9 sMaiM yof M'cao, iolu ad Mies
strrt on their higbt l k TaIn tacrria lk, Io th i #&itugd i oma, haf tIim e ctde ty, l
Waldo to met a north bhoud ,toft to little idWill promebar1e1w eade
take them to. te ahnenfn da. Olu N. the om1me,-cemsit of thseJuapsr al.

To the pwpulir asd happy young -" '"-"*

eoaiauui Ioae nu4 beat mahea for a 0end u0t 1'g *O S iJ
lOnK, proriet u.sad.happy merrirtl 1"i l",' s "s

NAIR UHtUWBm. ...... !
I 'rotiB Aprila,199. ., "1 'g9
Nr. a. old4uip, ..

Jewel LauU7,

J. Runkle, Proprietor,
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Noilee of application for Ta D
der Section 8 of (Chapter" 4 "%5, _
I'r lo. ida. -
Notice is hereby given that
Thoiasa purcbvirer of tax
601, dated the and day.of Jni
19C ., has fled said ei lLficate in i
and has made application for tatl
puMue in accordance w:th law. Sa M
tificate xmnbraces the following
SpertjY situated in Alachua oW
rids, to-wit: Lot R Block BaT, .1
addition to Oainesville. The .ai-@P
being assesed at the date of the" iM P0
of sach caleiate In the name of .
Dens. Unless said certificate ienl '1t
deemed according to law tax deil
issue thereon on the 11th day of JqIlyJi
D. I ".
Witness my official signature an sad ea
this the 9th day of June, A. D. 19o4.
[stCAL.H] C, DunrO,"'
Clerk C icuit Court Alacha n
Plot .da. Per S. H. Wienges, Df. 1 ',
ITnder and by virtue of a Deota
Foreclosure of Mortgage made ,
dered on.the 7th dayofay A.D.
by Honorable 1. T. WIll udge
circuit Court /or the
Circuit of Florida, in an for
county, In a certain cae their
wherein L. C. Gracy, a Ccikwd
and T. H. Wideman ois
Perdinand Bayer, as
appoIntment of the C willI
pIbllc outcry before the court house
in the city of Gainesvile, in Ae*l
county, Florida, on Monday, the 4tM
of July, A. D. 19o4, between the
hours of sale, to the highest and beat
dor therefore all the loilowon* deoslbel
p-e,, lpa_ I tract W land A__in_

ongoing or iln
opt to be
aerein to.psy

W., h

N- CA 0

Twelve Miners Hurled to BDoom by Deadly'

Infernal Machine.

DflPUilTfl DiAV Iouce athorit eWt ttt take
filUU I In al U LA"T e aee nsm. a d'RO f st pur-
Scbaser. ThbIktit M i.ll be complied
----- with.
td Station JVrt o'ted by Iodty MarshAl0' 04aet.l of Victor,
td was sureupmd 'iiy Mayor Trenoh, and
imtrito Placed Undoil Majr I A. Npylor was appointed
Prtisionaa tt marshal. O'CoatRell yield-
form by Assassinsi. ed, although he -was strongly urged
Ri, ;,, il /; vi by union mimae to resist.

Deadly rioting brtke out ia Victbr
Monday afternoon while a mass meet-
ing was being held to discuss the In-
dependence affair. Forty. -hots were
fired Into a crowd in. the street. R.
McGeo,' of Victor. was shot dead and
at least six persons were Injured.

Adjt. General Dell, at Denver, was In-
formed by telephone from Victor that
an attack was made late- In the after-
noon on Miners' Union hall by a squad
of soldiers. Major Naylor sent guards
to aid In quelling .the disturbance.
When the uniformed men swung Into
Fourth street they wore. fired upon
from houses on both sides of the
street. They returned the fire and
raced on at a double-quick until they
.were near the miners' upn all. At
that point the mob scatered, and as
"the soldiers halted several shots were
-fired at them from the windows of the
The doors of the building had baee
Wlt Qpen and a; dozen guardsenen flied
1*i tle hall as fast is they could work

'e After A few volleys, the order to
take the place by assault was given,
and they Jumped in. It wa -%repvted

werWKe ed ut Bean of ,te guausdtoei
reut ynirpeathitt s wbrenhme
4 oecldA from Denver says: A
,rign Of teror, brought on by a yna-
oiting plot. followed by rioting and
an assault op the militia, ekasts In the
Cripple Creek milnng region. Armed
men throng .th streets and confillct,
are of hourly aoaurrence. Milltlaniah
are marching hither and thither, mak-
ing arrests by the wVoledale. A num-
ber of union mifters have been p1aoned
In the military "bull pen," and others
are gathered Inat frequent Intervalts.
City and county oMeiers have been
compelled tp resign because of their
reputed sympathy with lawbreakers
As near a can be estimated at th!s
time, twenty-two persons are dead
and a acore are Injured as a result
of the events leading up to the lawless
conditions that now prevail. BHsides
twelve men killed In the dynamite ex.
plosion and one killed in rioting at
the mass needingg, soaveu tivnion men,
were shot by soltl-i.' who stormed
union headquarters.


r apeclal from Cripple Creek, Col-
orado, says: Twelve uMn wuoce killed
Sid seven, were severely wounded
,qMoaday by the explosion of an' !b-
waariet machine at the railroad sta-
,,itu in Independence. eleven were
9Wed outright, being blown to pieces,
j'044 one died later from hsl wouh-lh
I.'Al l the killed and 'Injured, with
a=oeptton of two men from the
ood mine, were non-union min-
dU- tryed on the night shit of
~ 6l~l aley mine
p.nal machine wit h hlch
,was committed

S latn. a loaded revolver. .And a
st'. gleel wire attached to tne-
IP The wire ran from urand
[*statIon platform to the crlbbin
4 Delamosaco property, about 400
-..*we, Where Its end was t
tA a chair. The dynamite w*ao
losee to the muscle of the re.
%U^bjlabh was discharged by pull.
wire. The ball from the re-
eand the resultant concussion the dynamite.
lJ erneAl machine used was aim-
!,tbe oue exploded In the Vindi-
pilhte on Noveaber w1, 1908,

t inen quit work at 3 o'clock
a' boring and where waitlg.
A suburban train on- ow.4
it ud Cripple Creek rallratG
S to their homes in CrIpple6
S kee and Victor.
Verafter the engineer of the ip-
train blew the whistle, as
a to the miners, according to
i terrflo explosion occurred
Platform, on and near which
a men were gathered. The
1y was blown Into splinters,
l*tatton wa wrecked an4d hole
iet-Ia Ceircumference anda 0 feet
iapt was torn In the ground. Frae-
OB f bodies were hurled several

i veral bodies dropped Into the pit
e-' by the explosion. but heads,
Sears, legs, arms and trunks
e-wn about on all sides. Pieces
p" were found on buildings 500
aWay, while splashes of blood
d on everything within a ra-
f 50 T feet..
i! forb e of the explosion. was felt
btoghont,. the camp, and the crash
,-RWq*a4 e4 everybody. The approaching
*lla was stopped and the trainmen
'o'.Wehd ahead to the scene of the dla-
^ _ter. They were Joined In a few
'olautes by hundreds of persons, and
i\ *ef work was begun at once. A
Se|Jal train was sent from Cripple
*etk, carrying physicians, nurses, of-
erpt and many others, but when it
ead independence the Injured had
lo bbesn placed on board a subur-
i, rain and removed to a hospital

t angled bodies of the dond,
Stothner as well as possible.
Removed to the coroner's of

H Utatlons have been performed'
ejw of the wounded, and it is
a rtain that several of them
SeJ. Most of the dead 004 itn.
*'were unmarried.
te.P tof Major H. A. NaIlor, of
atonal guard, the bodies were
from the coroner's estab-
ut | an undertaker'S room.
6iaUon was takes on request .of
Surphy, superiNtendent of the
i, 'm because it was alleged
i JaVIs Doran had remarked
the discovery of 'the Internal
that the death of the men
0se to, an accidentuL
paplanation, and with the
that eausqd great surprise,,
'11air M. Robertson resigned
itlen and gadwprd Dell was
p0lf to suaiceed hiM. Bell If a mem-
o.,f the Citisens' Allianse.

rr H. A. Naylor. has .t4se all
are and gun stores In ytetfli not
II anx firearms or amnt.llitUon
-m ta permit from Naylor. ot t, e

Embalmed the Bedles of Two Before
irnlehing Horrible Tragedy.
At agneie, N. J., Monday, after
killing three of his children an4
wounding a fourth. oseeph M. Pouch.
at one time an tundertaker, shot him-
Belt through the hebea and died In a
few minute .
Sunday he shot two of them and em-
balmed their bodies. He tookt the
Other two tb at upper room with him
Monday and finished the tragedy.


Dtspatsh Seat Net Thought S fficlent
-for Demonstraton at Tangeia.
mettl Qhradwick, in a cable-
gra M a wtent Monday,
said ,th tlSS l t irster M M%,
rocco b .rei@- theAi Jntiosh a.
ernmeott to seaId battleship to Tan-
gter, and gaTe thie matormatUon that
the sultan ot olt~Oeo was expected to
arrive at TWaa -,.

TOO BA6t ip' TRUE.

-t40ep9t Thait epr ap.Warships Have
Beasts unk by Ruealan.
It il pwert*tetL rpo rated in aso
YaU lit the sqt urtbu =ccaeron
mode A- dte pSf ten ea
wtow bo. tt,4u bt4-
.tro5 6-4". theap-
anes*e Seed %U1*af tapaatllg the
presence ot. t' #a4%W g0, wVIt the
rWmult tha .(bl astaX W. t --

t.9 '0p.01 0 11Q0R81,14NATIO- -
@.., .... ,... .,, ,43

While In portable Jail-Car They Man.
aged to Saw Through the Bars.
In a general delivery from a port-
able car of the Coweta county convict
camp at Newnan. Ga., at S o'clock
Monday afternoon, silx desperate con-
victa escaped, after being fired on by
the guards.
The men were sent up from Fulton
and Bibb counties and were all long-
term men. While In a portable car,
composed of steel, on- aside track at
Newnan, they managed to saw tirrough
the bars and gala their liberty,


p Temporary and Other Pere
Chairman at St. Louis.
Senator Joseph Bailey, of
Sthat he has been select-
OfciraUc national "om*
,td rMporary chairmana
ntt t convention.
Stathau. 1T.

*Ott qmautioiha




-Armed Moors Invade and Rob House
of an Englishman at Tangler.
Armed Anjera Moors Invad*4 the
tealden e of an Bngliannu. In. Tan-
gter Tuesday and compelled i8s wife
to give tp the rides of her husband.
who wee abeet.L The outrage took
ploew in broad day light.
Tp e al ttenbre oal demands the" ai
8et of .te tbeomen,. but the Moor.
tli laO tate-beause the per-
petato", a%'* Aueata.

S' '

: Ad vtaAoi ; ,K t

that T511*, .tP ig. llttto't tHe
, ClWlttK"'l l~r~ifte h',iik' HUM ,..,

St1 y!

iJ.uIb U J V JicL J .


New York Governor Sh6wn Many
Courteeles In Paris.
A special from Paris says: Pree-
Ident Loubet reoetved Governor Odiell.
of New York. at the, Elysee palace Frl-i
day. Ambassador Porter presented
the goveranr. who was accompanlatd
by his sop and secretary.
The presalrcnt was mcst gracious. ta-
vIlU M the r y to sit down (n the am-
bassador's hall. where a quarter of an
-hour was spent la agreeable social



neall Sr"* m kt htrol of th cante
?het4, l$ere Moh beei so turbulence
during, the day, there la lak underour-
reat of feeling W;hich itges 11.
There es a lhoritt element that
was". tbJUag N 'W. 'one*l. tor-
Iner. omfnitfJ-M Viotor., uspeaded
anu under arrest, and also Alfred
Wller, abrged: with having started
the riot, which resulted i. ths killing
of Roxae M*e0a at the m.nas meeting
I1 Victor Monday afternoon and sev-
beral other leaders. No banging will
take place. however, in all probability
unless reslstance- is offered by word
or. action ot the prisoners. It would
require but little to have a wholesale
Virgil Klng, a union leader, knda
fifteen others arrested in Cripple
Creek, have beeho taken to Victor for
deportation. A Well-grounded, rumor
la to the effect 'that a large number
of union miners working In the Port-
land will 'be arrested.
Officers Threatened with Noose.
City Marshal W.- J. Graham was
forced to resign by the citizens' com-
mittee, hLeaded by '. C Newcomb,
cambler of the First national bank;
and Charles N. Crowder was appoint-
ed as a successor by the city coun-
cil, which convened at onco to cen-
inm blau..
Justice of the Peace C. M. Harr!ng-
ton. Maid to be a union sympathizer,
heard that the committee was to wait
on him and tendered his resignation
before the committee could see him.
" County Judge Albert S. Frost is out
mt the eity, but it ts mat he will be
asked to reigatn a oon as he arrives
In Cripple Creek, and so will Frank
P. 3alnnlxi coubaty clerk and re
It Is further reported that Assist-
ant District Attorney J. C. Colo. who
is very disliked' bp mine owners -and
members of the citizens' alliance,
will be compelled to relinquish his
office. 'All officeholders whose roslg
nations. have ben demanded have
furnlshd them when' threatened -with
May Declare Martial Law.
A special of Tuesday from Denver
says: Acting Governor Warren A.
Haggott ls Considering the question
of declaring martial law in Teller
munty. He said that he had written
a proclamation for that purpose, but
was holding it back pending further
advices on the situation there.
Vigilance Committee Acts.
A thoroughly organized vigilance
committee has taken charge of the
government of Teller county and
large squads of armed men are pa-
trolling the distrlot.
Sheriff Robertson resigned under
co.npulsion. He was forcibly taken
to the headquarters of the mine own-
era' association and his resignation
was demanded. At first he refused,
but when a coil of rope was thrown
at his feet he weakened and signed
the resignation which had been pro-
vided for him. he first act of Sher
iTff Bell was to take away the star of
Under er oriff Burton. Then he apj
pointed twenty-five deputies to which
force large additions have since been
made and. later, he disarmed the un-
ion officers who had been appointed
by City Marshal O'Connell, of. Victor.
Fifteen deaths have resulted from
the dynamite outrage at Independence.
Two more names were added Tues-
day to the list of those killed by the
dependependence dynamiting. It ti be-
lieved that the bodies of several oth.
ers were blown to atoms, and that
the remains are at the bottom of the
hole made by the explosion. George
Hall has been appointed coroner In
place of James Doran, who has been.
forced to follow the example of Sher
Iff Robertson in relgnins, and wial
hold the Inquest over the murdered
Two men were killed and eight
wounded In the subsequent rioting ie

MenufeeturerO 6f Maine Net Able te
Oohspe~ with Southern Plants,
The Boston Transcript, which has
been InvestigatiUg the tetlle condi-
tions In Maine, eays:
"Throughout" the state of .Maine
manufacturer geem to think thmt the
*resent situation as a very serious
one, not alone because the higher price
of cotton. and the dull markets force
eln'tallment, but boauae" there are
southern mllse that are able to keep
In full operation under the present ad-
yese conditions and undersell New
UEngland mills In the New York mar.-
kots when sales can be roade.'w

Big Company Will Divide $100,00C
With Employees-
Officers ef the American Smelting
and Reflningc Company, at New Yor:t.
will, within a few days. divide $100,
0000 In cash among tbeIr employees.
La accordance with the profit shrsar,
pgheme announced two years ago. Ar
rangtrents are now be!ng perfected
jo divide the cash in proportion t, tbf
Smounta.-of earningta.

MOR5MOu4 WOM~hter HUFFY. --- M
*""<** ays (xpoeitten OMtiala Must Act
Realn treat deafedeuttso .ca- ae-. Premptly in Repaymintt of Loan.
9r tt Oab ot)enal*le RMetmtle to. ia letter received Tuesdey by the
A e m sult. It la paid. of an .l- pelitloq" ep apay at tL L t es. Loes
le w, inUorttol redbluf loa ,ae "i M, -. US, ,th iTreaUW

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Japs Begin Assault Po.rt
Arthur by land andSea.


5 I ,VWIF !I 'bl .TIJPIV .

Immense Distillery- Wrecked
by Exploiron an Fl meo,


L o Htmnimi Lift i nan o
OW41 muif nullduiwe Wr risle.
Thou'and Wer.e iL Cattle
Yard Are Retoted.

At Peorit, 111. saturday afterwnwo
an explosion whieh occurred in tihe
eleven-story ware ourse of the Cornials
ditllOery, tho second largest In tho
World, Completely wrecked the build-
The ruins immediately took Sre, lnd,
comnmuoal&ting to three adjoining
bUlldinga, burned them to the ground.
fPurtoon men were buried beneath the
ruins and 'burned to death and asix
others were seriously Injured.
The loss .on buildings and whisky
and spirits destroyed will approximately
0$,000,000. The fire spread to the
stock yards diptriot, where an dozen
large cattle barns, filled with cattle
for the market, wire burned.
The cause of the. explosion cannot
yet be determined.
The wildest excitement prevailed at-
tea the explosion and the Immense
plant was surrounded by thousands of
people, who, however, were unable to
get close to the structure on account
of the Intense beat.
Tbe warehoa.e containing In the
neighborhood of 80.000 barasls of whis-
ky was InstantansodUsly a seething cal-
dron. and It was seen no one inside
the big structure could escape. The
ware house in crushing the samiller
structure' nearby, smet that on fire,
and the whisky frt, the burning L-'o.
releflooded everything in tlat sec-
tion. Large streams ran down grade
toward the river and In a short t!ml
there wts a foot of whisky In the
cattle pens, east of the wstre house,
where o3200 steers were chained fasL
Their distress lasted but a few mo-
ments, however, for they were toon
roasted to 4eat or suffocated.
They were the property of Dodd
& Keifer. of Chicago. it Is Impossi-
ble to 'compute their less but It will
amount to thousands of dollars.
The "two fermenting houses were
speedily food for the flames. They
are two structure. of good dimensions
and both of thorn were practically de-
The firemen got near the fire with
difficulty and the water had little or
no effect. A high wind was blowing
and fanning the flames In the direc-
tion of the Monarch distillery, and for
a time It was feared that the fire
would sweep along the entire iiver
However, the heroice work of the
firemen began to tell and at 7 o'clock
the fire seemed to be under control,.
with no likelihood of a further
Tho warehouse, where the first ex-
plosion occurred, was an eleven-ctory
frame structure covered with corru-
gated iron. It was 100 by 200 feet
and contained thirty thousand bar-
rels of spirits. Another ware house.
containing the cistern room, was a
three-story brick .huildlng 100 by 200
feet. It contained In the neighborhood
of fifty-two thousand gallons of spir-
its. ID the two fermenting rooms.
which were 100 by 180 feet, were
eighteen tubs with a capacity of O1,00
bushe's of mash each. They were all
filled and contained about five thou-
sand gallons of spirits each. All

The houses of Dan Olese and aohn
McDonald were burned and the fatal-
lile had narrow escapes.
Eight bodies were recovered from
the ruins sunday. four which were
Identified, and these omly by means
of particles of clothing, walt rhe.
knives and other pieces of metal. The
search Is being coftlnrued, the fire
having been extingtiishcul and thn
,workmen are now able to handle the


New York Sporting Man Meets Death
In Mysterious Manner.
Frank T. Young. known on the turf
as Paesar Toung. the bookmaker.
horse owner and atock holder in Paeiflc
coast race tracks, was shot and killed
in a hansom cab St New York Satur-

Oesmeeratlb Primary -is Hold In Pier
Ida With Gubernatorleal oen
test the Main FeEtU*.

A dispatch seat odt from Jackson-
Fills tuesday iilkht was as nilows:
Retulria frbon th second democratic
prin,1r,;. held In Florida, are coming
i Ibltly& thohasb with better dispatch
tkai charact~kseed the rbetiFns rom
the' rst pilmary, May 10.
In the several counties the ballot re-
mains quite lengthy on account of
contest. for county offices, but the
general Interest in the election of
course centers In the race for sen tnor,
that for the governorship and con-
gessinan from the second district and
for secretary of- state. The nomina
tion of James P. Tallaferro for sen-
ator is a foregone conclusion. HIe race
In the second primary was a matter
of. form In compliance with the pri-
mary law. In the first primary with
four candidates In the floid he lacked
only 482 votes of having a majority
over all. Bie had In the first primary
a majority of 11,000 over his next op
ponont, J. N. C. Stockton, who oppose
ed him In the second primary.
Owing to rain It Is thought that Tho
vote will not be a heavy one, but It is
known from the returns already In
that Tallaferro Is nominated by a safe
majority and that Frank Clark is
nominated over 3. M. Barrs for con-
The race between Napoleon Bro-
ward and Robert W. Davis for gover-
nor Is a matter of doubt. The interest
therefore at this time centers In this
contest, the others cIlng practically
settled. There seems little doubt that
H. Clay Crawford will succeed hlmsIlf
as secretary of state.i He hnd a large
majorffy in the first primary over his
next opponent. srrome. who Is op-
posing him. Davis fc-r governor will
carry Duval, Broward's own county.


Although He Wis Traveling on an
Expired Pree Pass.
A dispatch from Raleigh, N. C., says;
The Seaboard Air L'ne Railway will
pay ttu editor MNleNil $.00. the
supreme court having decIdled that Mc
Neal, though tiaveling'on an expired
free pass, was er.tltloi to damages
McNeal got on the train and showed
the conductor his pass, which hal ox
paired. telling the conductor he had an
agreement with the railway by which
he ws to have a free pass for pub-
lishing the schedule. He added that if
the conductor insisted on payment It
would be made. but the conductor did
not Insist and passed him.
The train, a few mile-i farther, loft
tho rails, and thcre was a wreck, in
which several pc-rsons were hurt. Me.
Ncal among them iHe sued for $10,
000. but was given $-1,000, and the
railway appealed.
The supreme c)urt holds that while
the contract of carriage is Illegal, and
consequently vo:d. which gave Me.
Neal an unlinpite. f'-e"r p-ss for print-
ing the schedules, yet McNeil was a
gratuitous ,:as-senger an.i entitled to
all protection, and that his injury wap
not a breach of contract for carriage,
but a breach of public duiy.


Thirteenth Annual Convention of thu
Southern Association in At'anta.
The thirteenth annual rcnve:ntlon of
the Southern Whol.salpe Orncors' As-
sociatlon bogan In Atlanta Tuesay
morning with fully one hitndreir and
fifty members of the organization in
attendance. Tney represent the load-
Ing wholesale merchants of the SQuth,
nnd are among the most representa-
live men In the Southern states.
The convention was called to order
at 10 o'clock by President J A. Van
Hoose. of Birmingham, Ala i ie Intro-
duced Rev. Albion Knight, who open-
ed the convention with prayer. Rev.
Mr. Knight was followed by Mayor
Howell, who ocllvere:l the welcome
address to the convention,. In welch
he assured them that the city ibelong-
ed to the members (f the association
while they were in Atlanta.
The address of welcome was re-
sponded to by M. Seh. itachor. of New
Orleans, who Is a splendid spPaker.
and who praisc:l Atlacta In theo hagi
eat terms.


Journeymen Demand Fifty Cents an
Hour for Elg-t Hours' Work.
The tunilon Journeymen plumbers of
Atlanta went on a strike Tuesday.
About 75 men notified their employ-
ors that they nwated shorter hours
and more pay, failing to get which
they would not work. Pending an an-
swer from the mastr- plumbers, the

husslans Gamely Sent Out Warships
to Engage Mikado's Fleet-News
of Fighting Receled at Cho Foe,
But no Dstells Given.

Advices of Tuesday from Chefoo
state that preceding a sea attack on
Port Arthur last Monday night the
Japanese apparently made an ad-
vance on that stronghold by land.
A Chinese junk, which left a point
.three miles south of Port Dalny early
Monday morning, has arrived at Che-
foo. She reports having heard firing
north of Port Arthur from 7 o'clock
Monday morning until 2 o'clock that
afternoon, by which time she passed
out of hearing distance.
It would appear that the Japanese
planned n land and sea attack on
Port Arthur for the day. The Rus-
sians on seeing this sent their fleet
out to give battle. The result Is not
The above dispatch would seem to
confirm the dispatch previously re-
celved at Chefoo from the Associated
Prea. correspondent at Teng-Chow.
The correspondent said there was fir-
ing at Port Arthur Monday night be-
ginning at 11:30 and coutlnued for
several hours.
The atove Cliefo dispatch also
confirms tho report i-rnught there by
a Chinese junk of heavy ar:cn, all day
Monday lu the vicinity of Port Ar-

Black *ea Ships Unloaahed?
A special from St. Petersburg
says: The Grani Duke Alexals, comr
wander n chiof of the navy, accord
Inw to an apparently reliable report,
wl:hich, however. Is not officially con
firmed. has obtained the permission
of the emperor to create a plird Pa
clflc squadron from the shlp. of the
Black Sen fleet, and pormnisson has
already Leen obtained from Turkey
to take the zhlps through itho Darda
nelle3 on the condition that they will
not return.
This squadron will be composed.
according to the report, of the tattle
ships Rostislav, Dvonad7at, Apostol
off and Tria Svlntitella, and will be
accompanied by torpedo boats and
:orpedo boat destroyers, and will sail
for the Far East slrnuttaneouily with
the Baltic squadron.
The Associated Press ls unable to
obtain any confirmation of the report.


Rev. Henneasy Sought Arrest of Man
In Connection with Kloeckler Case.
According to The Atlanta News, a
profound sensation has been created
In the Soplhie Kloeckler case by a
demand on the police by Rc.v. !Ien
nessy, assistant priest of the Cihurch
.f the Immaculate Conception, for the
arrest of a well known young At!anta
m3n on the charge of murdering the
Then dt tctives, at work on the ny.4s-
'ery, havet (( line. to utiale tho arrest
on the ground of a lack of evidence.
This demand by the church official
was madoe In the office of So!lcitor
General Charlie Hill while several do
tectives were in conference. with the
solicitor in connection w;:h the
The officers informed Rev. Henuessy
that they had no evidence against
the younk man in question, but the
priest insisted that there Is sufficient
evidence to Implicate the young -nan,
and requested that he be placed In
The name of-the suspected party
vas furnished the police and they have
been acquainted with the facts upon
which suspicions wer- based. The of-
ficers, however, consider that ihey
v'ould not be authorized to make an
a 'rest under iho circumstances


Jape Trying to Induce Them to Occupy
Conquered Territory.
M. Ushlda, the Japanese minister
located at Pekin. visited Tien Tain
Monday to confer with the viceroy and
returned to the capital Tuesday Ja
pan, It appears to be confirmed, Il
trying to Induce China to occupy the
territory conquered from Russia anC
thus Inveigling China Into .1 breach ot
neutrality and giving Russia the op
portuntly of attacking China. whco
claims she will maintaIn her neutrality
until the termination of the war.


eoioatrous Tornado Sweeps Wide Nearly Three Milliop Increase Shown
Section and Entails Big Damape. In Cotton Aoreage.
A tornado in the Klowa and Coman- The features of the statlstics of the
obe nations. Oklahoma. has demolish- department of agriculture estimates
ed-a great number of residences and the total area planted In cotton in
bustnesa., houses at numerous small :he United States this goe5on at 31'
towns and laid waste to dozens of 780,371 acres, an Intreaee of ,823.016
rarmh s Only one person Is known to acres, or of 9,8 -per set uppa the acre
have been killed, but about a dozen age planted last ".
are believed to have been Injured. one The average coaditbh of the ro,-
fatally. S^S^1^1
lag crop on May 3 wth w a S, as ,-,:s. n
It i reported thai the towns 6f pared with 74.1 iMy' 34, 1903.
.Chattanooga and laOas, small pIlees, is
have beeq entirely' wied ot. NOT iM NVEiNOR.

LAMNORPS IN PERiL. MIsetlppi Syto Gtoi

Attempt Made to Assatino"e Rue. Vtlard, mna 401 i111 :
elan ForeilgnS MinAse.r As soW al tna., *a
It is enaotons to
The u pral News (ta l reaha g o it
1_a runMm tk5 ta .latey 11, _* 1tt -. ,
1wi- lB*St Ae t retnpt w* this
g^UDGO ejIXO^'I^
A *.Mil BMql BTilt*h^N1 l a M'~j(I ^F^f ^m J*TAlf9H9f*rM^*'

The Japanese and Russilan fre,,'sa
located north of Pu Lnn Tien. 'vhlcti
were in a series of brushes during
the early part o( last week, haJ an-
other encounter on Friday. Juno .1.
near Chu Chia Tun. On that day i-he
Japanese cavalrymen met the Rn,
elans a't non. The Russians numlii-r.
ed 2,000 men and were comtgosed r
Infantry, detachments of cavalry anti
artillery. They were prnessng ithe Inp
ane3e cavalry when the Japanese as-
sembled their entire force anid -ngalg
ad the enewpv. The Rutselans drew off
gradually and at 5:30 In the afrnr-
noon they retired to TellBsh. Thei
Japanese suffered four men killed an I
four wounded in this fighting.

"Carrier PIgeon" News.
Two carrier pigeons arrived nt Niu-
chwang Saturday noon from OcGe.ral
Stoes cl at Port Arthur. The l:ni
sians will not divulge the mness.a-_.
carried by the birdie, but declare tn,.-
contain good Information. They nr-,
very cheerful since" the pigeons ar
An Associated Press mersnge?r r it1
the north reports that the maglsit niii,
of Hal Cheng and Ilao Yang crn
arrested rercntly by the Russians ai-i
charged with furnishing. rui1pli<.' caI
Information to the onemy. Tlie.3 f r-.
taken to Mukden. but were rt.'l.ThI
after an Investigation. Infiiteniiail nt
tlves declare that the that thrrestit
made not because the Ruissiafn:. te.
lieved they could prove the can',,:-',
but because the mangLtrates wero not-
committal and refused toaalt a td 'ilr
The Russians are prying a n,'"-s
paper In Chinese at Muhdcen fur tiie
purpose'olnfluencing the native'. Tho
latest copy received at NI cith at;
says that the Japanese atteoPili''l t')
float a second loan In Amcrica for 1l.
750,000, but that It was coldly Crc-',I
ed. Other contents of the papnr '-\
pla.lned that the Runeslan loss In lio1
Yalu battle was duo eI the prponir
ance of the Japanese cavalry anI s -n
also that the Russians will s on ,11e
tate peace terms in TnoIlo anl tlit 'he
leading Japanese asnoesmn will Ix- r-
duced to rlchsha (colics.


Confederate Graves In Arlington Cem.
etery Decorated-McK nlay's Wi1s'.
In the presence of thousands if
exConfederate and ex.Unlonu pbol;!-r!.
and of numbers of officers orf tiC
United States army and the Grand
Army of the Republic, the first roriniI
memorial exercises ever held over tlie
graves In the Confederate section ,f
Arlingtoa cemetery In Washington
were held Sunday.
As a result of a movement Inliltieni
by the late President McKinley. ice1
Confederate dead now :.ave been tiih-
ered In one large and beautiful circle
In the southern part of the cemitery
where they graves have been mnrlied
with separate stones.


Boat of Newspaper Correspondents
Was Mistaken for Piratical Craft.
Privat.o telegram just receive' in
Nluchwang from Shan Hal Kvan
says that Lewis Etsel,-coretporndnt
of The london Dailly Telegraph, and
Ernqst BIndle, of The ILondon Dally
Mal. were fired upon by Chinese Rol-
diers while In a Junk near Erdlko.
Etsel was killed, but Brindle Is hb-
lieved to be safe. Etsel was a n.-
tive of Buitlor, Pa., and his fat"er r"-
lsides In the west. Their be" Was
mistaken for a pirates' -craft.



.. ltr" peMJe from Port Arthur
l4 nqeowra0e0sent to Russans.,
'e01aeks Have No show.

A. ondan peril ays: The 'Dally
Telegrapj'. Tb16h Tain t correspondent
wisrsi" at llowth
'"Eoui duasid aiullltisB belonglai
b aGeneF5i 9OtLkilberg'd brigade on
May 81 attacked 1,600 Japanese occu-
pylng a position five miles south of
Wafangtien. The Russians were re-
pulsed, losing two hundred killed and
four hundred wounded. The Japanesea
lost more thun' one hundred killed"

Exploelons Heard at Port Arthur.
The Japanese legation at Wiashing.
ton recdlved the following cablegram
Sunday from the homo government
at Toklo, bearing on events:
"Admiral Togo reports that av'ord
Ing to a message received by him
through wireless telegraphy from the
captain 6t the cruiser Chiltose, whi,.h
was exercising off Port Arthur, fiur
masts, one with wireless telegraphio
Instruments, and o sentry box, was
seen on the top of LUaoteshan. Great
explosions wero heard and rising of
dense smoke was observed repeatedly
in the direction of Port Arthur dur.
ing Saturday."

Ccasacks Were Routed.

day while on his way to the White
Star line pier to Join bhis wife, wlhA
whom he was to have alled for Eu-
A woman who was In the hack with
Young la inspected of being his muaz
. lerer and Is being held.

Journeymen are tOking a rest.
The journeymen demand $4 per day
for their work and ask for a recogni-
tion of the cl...t-hour day. Reduced to
hours, the journeytmen want 50 cents
per hour for their work.



: rI', rw

f 6M**-r r"'----U-----

LI f 1DLMfAL 4)

wos watawA stIl roats a -
eUtnenso tu n s boot andl a b Sapti r
117try, but three of her 1ix states. Incplud.
ing Matne, rank loweI' In the compara-
tire vAlus of theit ptiduot than they
Mt. twt ltyeas agd, whilUe of the

," T uye e sl nr aHatchi 6ithers ohly Vermont hal nmadne a ala
t I"i V*mwu ulrest-jf rf tlVr erut The timu hne now again rolled In comparative rank.
ia htjpsseard-* 'I TbIre.thlt kirl- around l licii breeders wi:l be buying
t ,4 l ptgr sl f ia"'. and eggs for hatching. 'os are glad tod st or eallun Pmelght.
g '" aMb i* bati KApero- k hnow (LUnt so80 mny of our readerS Ipat The coat of hauling a toon of freight
.w E.year puevhnsvd egga nn( thereby iiW- a mile bn Great Britain's greatest rail-
S ery far' bael days their proved their flocks, or at least iide ai ly is 1.45 cents; on the Penatsylvana,.
was la l aprees of Japan attempt to do so. We1 oil) wisti that forty cents, and on the New Tork Con.
who Wae held in quite ape- more breeders would seo thp wisdom trial forty-one cents.
Scl love atd, neverence by of thus improving their stock, and
f, people, and, says the that this year would be the banner one *lae sDoewa. Slo.
Londo! W0., their' are latter day In the history of the poultry business The readensorthts paperwilllIelasedto
,I uthat this E~mp~ress lamU this regard, learn that there is at least one =rwaipe
aps wo.alntalthtthis mpres i, this regard. ea t anion has been able t ourela
is now living amonw.theIU aud haus as. The cheapest metltod of getting good ltsstages,and that Isotarrh. EHai'aCltals
s/ named th# forms of V ruko, the!r MI- stock Is by purchasing egyps, all in tLhis Curo i the only positive eire now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh bef a eon-
kado's C6ot6 ," wAy onoe can for a slil I amount se- atitntional disease requires a
For a lady who Ilred so many cen ciero a good founmdalliom for future treatment. Halirls starrhOaitakeal
turina i,. Haruko Is la in appenrunale c.v s n have 1 rIeaonal)le size fdock nally,atttagdireatly upon thePlood dian -
quite atlrtllngly anodern; for her of birds for the coming winter. ooaauneoft t byt
dresses-they are all innde in Paris or We want to urge our frenIlds not te tha ptetentrgdat botthbdisa p .a gtton0
London-- a l awaj is lederuler cri, au ptit off tho matter-of builtyg eggs until ttttiton And astattldg nature ta dota tt
abe wears them As.gne boru to the Itue It Is too late. Now Is t ie te to buy s po t Wrrka.Ohexyr a
de Grenelle.. Although not strikingly your eggs for hatchlg. .GOt your dredDollarstorw*a oiettt 4 l'toeurMe.
beauttlfl, st least according to West- chicks out before the pierce sun of Send tor tst of testimonials, Addre
rn taste, her MAajesly htas a slugutlar-' nildsumnuer a13 hre to check tleir nat. P.J. siwr.TaS& .a 0edo; .a
ly aselnttlting face-It sla kindly, ui- Ural growth antl retard their filtnre Take old yP. for eoatipatto.
felligeit nd -expressive. It is a usefulness. It will be just as easy to rh Theo*0T4irt irted
strange face. too, otie full of subtle buy the eggs now, or at least int a "MIss'iBlagge s lptqrettd in .you
contradletlb.#. aud with Iltues tI:it tell few weeks as it will later. Tlhe unll.-- a "Hwor* 4Why toi ay ta'Y
averse tales. 4e In spite of her .'rsal opinion of successful breeders p ha. told me seven tioea to alt
Psrislan. tollets.and her Engllsh maiu- A that it pays to batch checks early. down.andbehave myself,s- 1 saidaltbe
iers, the Empress is a thorough Orhiei na the seasonl. wondered wbt sort of ,a father tad,"
tal, w ith ll lthe O rieuta l's lre -prelncew .ort -f a.., -
for' tradition nad hattred of elnacge. Farm Boys, "etrt
.But she is passionately devoted to Ja- The farth is a good place on which Sweat, tch, t bitstor? aorA, Poor Wasa
pan; tbere Is no sarifice she woultl to raise a boy-good place to develop curesthem. etmovestodrs ot'teet armpits'
not make for her own people. lhe him physically, to teach him morally eto; atope ohanag. It sot at druggsit en&
gre;t desire In life, indeed,. la to bI ianI decency cOf conduct, to tdueatie to4 Earom Dli Go,, Atlanta, Ga; f ot
completely at onte with there i Iri their mla h on broad lines, writes J. s'Trigg l.l size, *pctpaild; sample for to stamp.
hopes, fears and asairations. in the Springtitid Journal. -"But It O ne ppltoatton psove tw s merit. Money
iarHaiko' wea born lit 180. She -was could not be expected that these boys itck if asot satisfied.
a daughter of Priuqe- Tadakai. a intii- would all, or even a respectable i .
ber.ofto0 of o. er'eat noble families ority of then, remain on the farm; "All of our great humbrIsts appear
from whithb tfe Mlltwdos are eixpeo'tei neither would it be be;t that' they to be dead"..
to choose their consorts, and shi w!its should. The-re Is nau trg6nt demand "Oh, I don't 'no*. There are the
educated willA a special view to tlo for them elsewhere. In a physical government weather foreastert.'
possibility,of her becomntig Emiir .levr early d.yVs wore spent at Kioo, aggressive citizens of tha future to
the seat of the old Japanese court, come from If not from the farma? Dr. B01gqer Huckleerry CordJil
'where she lived nA'-completely cut o0 Where are the Iank, the great corpora- 0 r- t oathern- Remedy, tauro all
*rom the wpord as Ift se had beei, int it l:i iand big counet'clal .concet i .t, tuach ~and bowel trotables. o tidresa
vcoitent. There lje -I)nyed un;t: shli obtain men of the requisite energy andA teethiln. Made frot
was nearly nlineteen, when shie wva..s aIlity to plan and conduct our great ...The L.Ittle 'Nutklaeberry;
brought forth Aaid1 married to (heI .N1:. ioderit business enterprises if not that arowei alonstde. our hills and moon-
kado, who .vaOs soXie. two 'yetrs .ounug. ijfroli the ftarit? Where does the State 4 ,. )let ia sheativeprinopl that ha
"r than she vs. Youthful ntd irex-"i most look for rugged a-td loyal defend. I e.*I .At enters & ly n "r. a jrra,
r -" ". fluM Iober.Covda the grea r ste oh
perienced ias they w'er te Imprial ers of its national honor? To tbo farm ud ,4 bow mtr a-ore D tory, p
couple seemed to have. demeaned them- hboys.. roam where else shah the ethn. rhoea 4nd Blooy hltux. '
Belves wlth.grent0dgfuity, and they soon try secure that sterling worth, ablllty .tield a u ts. and M bdt-.
became exceedingly popular. and tintcgrly of character needed in AN EX-CHIfF JUSTICR', OPININ,
It was a time of great poltil-al e x.! our legislative and executive office? JU 0. -11. hJaUtICE O Pla In I
etnent il Japlnh, the morr-w- or It Is as true as gospel tat If it were letter to r.. rs, ate ha
revolution; the old state of things hIil 'not that a perenital crop of wellborn, ever suffers h m il.t p b wltheta S.
just been swept aside completely, anil sound and healthy country children, Curina the summer time, fore thhe lie
considerablee doubt prevailed as to reared in an atmosphere of morality 'fet al eieIenM uwetUVu v*.
what the result would be, especially annd patriot is, is continually avail- Bold y all druggslts. '1s and *- bottles.
withh so young a sovereign at the hui.l able as material for future American HA.TIWANBER.TAyYL.R PRI RU CO,,
of affairs. It wais a piece of snipr-i:nt citizens this country, great ..nd grand Proprietemr Atlanta, Ga.'
good fortune 'or Japan, therefore, thlit as It is, would go straight to theo devil Taylor's Cherokee Remedy. t tw eet
her Mikado had xno, only able .Minis- inside o; two generations,. um and MulIn swllt ore coug sn, roup p
lets to help hila to.'rule, but a wis, ----- a-.nd Cosumptn. P. rlo* leandi abttle.
and prudent wife to saare his burtd'-s fnox For Carryingf Eggs. .
wilh hIm. f Most poulr-ynen are familiar with DR.WQOLL.Y

Ilu sp;te of the M1ikado's devotion tl the egg earrlfirs used on the market,
her.- Haruko has always been in .dif.- aind those who have a considerable
Stleilt position; for, although she is hi.s quantity of eggs to handle use theasi
chief wife, :and therefore Empress. she ('itriri.. The fnirmer, however, Is i.
is not his only i[fe, a"nd, what is still tlle habit of carrying eggs to market
worse. perhaps, she. is not the aothe'r 1 basket, and often many tf them
of his heir. She bhas nto children, and beconie broken, resulting in consider-
hi, lin itself bhis nr-anyas beean ix sol't'e rni los i T'lh illustration shows- one
O["'A \fee ; i lJ I, .' a i hhIyeund ront
at gref to her. Luckily holla for !.-r- if lii -'-lrs tilti- u atany lie front
ip'if anld h al n liusobld. l t-eve l'. la-' c hslea lii lrJ I tlaI'r tul tuII which will answer
nI) Sariah. nhd as scon its she real -
ahnllt litpre was no chance of her I-ar-
In; iiui a sua,. she adopted is lher ,'wn t / ~
lth suit of one of her rivals, itsul rt_ n--l--r-_-
\ f'^ th rsIlf heart alit- soll (o fittinta ,
lit, for Ill-s future stnion, I /la shin
L;atn?-ss 'lh- Eli tpr.'ess is it alatrmnhing hI i.sI -
***1 'a 0; the eantertalninentus ihe
.5gW i- rc r-Year -tile Clher.yilolns.t //
;art.tit l'Pta y-il.I surely one of ll,
in1-t c(harmiling of enter inmeitls. As
!"W-as the cherry trees are in llos-
In'l 1 itniolws are Issued for a Court A "- -O
;:ardlea party. aud on thep appoltlted nday A .. Fea 0.
till al', great personages Iln Tokio. ." s well as Ilie lox,.s sold for the pur-
:'t.te:on anld diplomats. wll l i] iair I)ose.
h'lis aitl alaughters, and every on't, An.vy grocer t\.i handles qunttfllles
m;.se of distinction, assemble hI oneo of of shitlleaI eggs will give a cxstomier
thle imperial parks, near the entrance. soieu of thile cardbloard oilers sce'i as
aher., they r.walt the arrival of the are nsed in the crrates; then buy some
EmUperor and Empresa cracker hoeos nait fashion r. neat box
\f ithe approach of the Imper;il car- like Mi,' on 1 shown. cutting the paste-
rTg, thliay range themselves on rach bo:rd fillers wlih n sharp knife so that -
"'de of the Grande Allee; then they tltey will fit elic wooden box. Boxes
fall into rank behind their Majestest, made to ltold one dozen eggs and otih-
rndl nnlk nl prpceak:ou around the era to hold two dozen twIll be large
NPk t ndmilre the trees. When they coutghli. The-ie boxes o0a;lht to haTve
"itr'e at the tents -here refreshments covers with a Ihasis coMiinDg down over
rn e'rved, tlme Emperor and Em- a staple so tLat the bus namy be locked j
PIrAss 0Iold n sort of Informal court. if need be.
They 11,1 their guests welcome, and 'These boxes will cost but little If
'-avttrsK willth those amdong them whom mainde at litoni, a1 s4ggjcsted, anid if one
1'1T to show apeesal honor. 'lare has strictly fresh eggs of a good sl7y
tripr-essI is anlwnarse- z saitely dressed as well as uniform ill size, they calh
on these oectsalonai, 'antptba a her part be marketed inl t ese boxes at n higher
's lhostess With Infinite kindliness nud price than If muorkeleld in a basket.
tr. I Try it and seeo If It is not no. As on t
Ai llue apreseM Ug tlere are nelth- extra inducement to tile consumtler.
." gxNtren pirttle nor any other enter- wrnp each egg ih white tissue paper
it*ailntat In Toklo, for 14aruko's and twiht hue ends of the paper an
w.l tiatue Is devoted to trying to re- they are twlated around oranges and
I'"" I.,l sufferings of her wounded lemons. Have the eggs strldtly fresl.-
,,li ersh. Mle is the Prealdept of the of good size and clen" and you'll flitt
'ed Cross Soclety, which she helped that the tissue paper conceit will sell
to "rgA;z.e liimmedliAfly before the war them readily at good prices.
With China. and abe works for tt In- ----
detrtigably the whole day long. So Sheep Note..
long na the WAr lasts jliher she nor Sheep require a variety at food to
any Wember jo her cou- will spend form flesh nud fat. -
n"y money at all opa #uiXt i amuse- A swmll fat sheep will nlwais bring
-neunt all that they *WauM dtberwise better prices thnn P large, poor one.
at'-e spent it this way is to po to pro- Overstocking is usually Inxurloua to
ide comfiorts for the army. Her MaJ- the sheep and ruinous to the warmer.
o4l1s In complete aymanstay with her Dryness is one of the requirements
brokn hearte d wa, u4 e wl be r in the production of the finest graPes I
brni thae,.. old ay l Ier of wool
Shesud the Cri Mae- t I Sheep are almost essential In main-
ident of the Eastla ri training the fertility and cleanliness oC
IdeOr Stv the l ti fo the land.
eaa lther r te not l to With sheep rather than with any otb.
the present Cua"'i e- er class of stoek, care must be take1
l"i P jprdered fn Jabamnhe ,not to overfeed.
-kIhout saying a WuIS o atq OtM ow Bhee: bre naturally gregarious.
aV tnt any ope'na agla eat pa a a 'When one is seen by itself souethtng
to hth touelng fyman tle -ittl letter is evidently wrong.
she t, to te 1 -ety -or. Keep the qua terms clean. Sheep do
e was. not need the atcumulation of manure
to keep thems warm.
An old 1t) :" jig'I elasBn1xeiltlig to fatten sheep. the
Irden of a md5 .z feetding should not be crowded at first.
la$111 or W13i".'2 hi *I3ull vndonl Increase the amount of
s' un anhtlat ,i t i.h, tor itt"U,.
n ,Ings ,'e 01a9 sAep, tr hbeep that from sUy
-of aMfik '*aUfte1 $aif bad teetlh -sbould be [eil
Swas alkh t : tiou bt ifl re rarely

Will our rnrmiUasu .tat Mar *waaw home.
SMr. T. M. Brown, of DoQaaen, A .s :
"iOver.son yarn qo .IV" Asltr oft ir
yumn habit by yor our om,_ an 4have eon-
nlued In th o ry .t. oW lh"
Mr. W M. Tnalai. of LovTlGntos. Va..
ays: a'I m lad to ay thatl f lif believe
tlat I o t sfl rely and te .manenly poured of
the Larisk'Hatll,nts I have never evn so arnoh
ae wanted a drink In amy fol sine*a I took
ynur eradtlator. now 18 months ago. t was
the Ihsm monscy I Over lnveetd."
S re. Vir nas ownained, sof lhfeoVDort, JAL,
rie: : "'No amore opium. I bavey taa
other remedy than yours and I matke o mas-
makt wena I may that myr nialth Is better now
fta'i It eier walle n y rtife, and I owe It to you
siod your iaeaedy. It ta bMeen twelve years
since I wk ri trel dh your Iroatmont."
lt.. Voonllny hae tht6sands of muoh toetimon-
IsiB, with .ermlailon to ua e thbe. A treat-
nipit --with su aiy recommendations brom
'11% iclais andI -urnld patients mUst be good.
Ur. Woolleayg A'4egh bas Imi titas, (
all good artrele luaves-fsrha iyos Wave taril
some of tbem, but.therele nortA* IUw Wol-
ley's. It sM e* hesood the Ie sattit y o
mmn wo iramn who ueasetthaq of whery '
may form, or who has rnen d so aUmtted
should hesitate to write to
106 North Pryer Street, AtsW. De.,
for his took on those dla4ee. whtilel he will
rend free sutnd onftietltl.

Avery & Company
51- D Souath rea'si h 51.1 Atls.a Os
-ALL 5I1iSa Or-




U --gg -
New mKind of it4elproeeltl
A p pondent of one of time
S| great dallies, feeluig "all
th.- down" as a result of
raid attehtpts td iainnufaft
tare naews about Proftssoof
Lauagly's "bassard," recently coai'ud-ul
ed to. go Into the rurgl districts of
Miryland to recuperate. After a few'
days of rest, his journaillsllc Instllnet
reasserfed Itself, and he tieldeid it
would be anl 'antusinug exi'irlEncoe to
go out' and interview s, tame of ale
farmer's. ieuring at patd. he stnrte.d
up thq road sharipenlng. his pencil and
whistltitt one of Sousa' la Itest
marches. Before loiig lie saw a farmer'
cutil g eotn in a fleld alongside the
,roa. C(llmblng the ril- tence, he
bailld thi fanner -plsetasa ati'y, anl tiater
a few rilmarks abont the weather and
.4he 1ro4*, explained hims errinld.
"Wan't to lantcrvletw Ie, chl?'" aShl'llie
fttrttpr, fl never InJn a iy experi.lqpc
givth' iatterhlews. but If your hlian-t Is.
set on It.,go slaead What do yotu w lnt
me to talk about"
"Well," mald the reporter, seraa-ch;nag
hiA nose relectively,. 'suppose y3ou give
Mae y, r views on iteeiprcwity."
"Couldn't have suited me better for
a subject, 'Mister. T'ile fact is, .I've
been tshlUhii' "a good deal about arec-,
proclty, lately. I .')elleve Ili It. :1
don't sia-eant lreeiprocity with Cuti bitO
Canada, although' that many all lie very
well 'I Its place.- WVht I want to see
is recipu'deity right hs-re In tihe United
States.' I -thlik ieciprdielty, like
hrlinhty, should lieglu at lhom.u. I want
the CellOwi ttwiA o -ho iVe bbqti 'letqJV1ig
the blessings for a good iniluy yearq
t6 reciprocate a little. wib th .e fairi.
,,"What tio yot.i piropose?' nkkePd the
wielder of the piecil-, who brganti- to pee
that he waa getting ti orIu: t it all bo Xi
"Wel," ialtd 'the farumel.. "I watlt
015eie 1t l taulopted bly vwllhn pavt of.
he -revytaule collected .'will get ,baekl,
to' the rvral. dllt*lcts., -.'ti- uderaxta4i,
there's '* .fellow dowir ithlj'ere li Con-
g;as who bhas tautroduned ntatlll Lthat
Trill do the business. I (Zpah that bill
providlun for tlio (ovecriinePnt to aid
In improvln' the roads lit lie r-rural
districts. -That would be a girent bless-
lig." not only to" the frirmers, bit, to
everybody. Tpik abonit doTvelorpla.e-
sourcesl I'd like to know 'W\bht vould
do more to deVelop ttis country tliant
Lbuldling good roads. .If thle plan was'
adopted. 'a few minllons of. theo axesi
the farmArs pay would conime ack to
them, ant (here couldn't be ano charge'
of special privilege, either, .for thO
money would be spent for public Im.
provemeift, -and wold bentefit all see
lons agd all classes. Now I. wntuto
mee thb city Lpeople whoh live. been
protee$d so long turnJn I and help the
farmers get that law paused. That's
tle kina of reciprocity. I believe. in."
How much more tho fitrmier might
iave sald the reporter- will ever know,
ord he Ipterview was just then. Imter-
rupted by a blast from thle dinner horn.
17malinesus VPr Coeod eoads.
Mr. Cbas. 3P, ayflor, special agent of
he Government for the Investigatlon
of the sugar Industry, who has traveled
through nearly all the Nortlhern aWmt
Western States int tha t.oseutlon of
ila work. recently expressed the re-
suita of his obaeIvationsa as follows:
"Probably no other subject e In-
terest to the rural population Is re-.
Mivtngl morte AtentiOn tbhrothbqtthe
Nation thee. tbDt of road lprovuxent.
f)e of th4 fut aBmenttal meaus af so-
itIty is a read e meats ocomitftnica.-
Ion. The experiment stations 0o the
country are now etwxaLed lb expert.
mental work and actual demnustra-
ion with a view td stituolating the
ubile mind and promoting the bust
d ebapst .4,tem of aood road
with o0lal materlal,State Ie*g
sttO m tintl ~oettett a a,-q
n gm ca .se 0 pr'-;clpha oi Mft.s
iovrnj t hag eatqbliahed ln a A
t Plblwt Road Ihqe1JS In- a"tleD-..
artpeoaf of Al.lRtftnnt. Literature
me beep rweure hi a Alstrtibute tor
he edutiastlbo of tle lepoe on tbl soab.
Cset ,'
.'_TAg |I nothi ..tbhat will work o
lie ttly. fr c Wdht s aa wu.etsaty,
Zj4 rhtMbwtl m nhas n .r4s
iw te. Moaaat, bt ood rofld,
itatu tton au, publifrs ga ore
Id, and .every pibll hthbwpy be-

tones. It $es otaq to t fuyror r-
gtre t Iftstlo teogr "- hO is to
e4oiqplsf.thle .best -j. S|v.,
al of tla. aad expnUti i. A.
Is becomes ot*Ci pa
ietinag iuamted, whiM a S*fr4de*
esed, aNd asn nal
rbhikh gM to. wok r tl tprq
ent ofatW roaill,' -". ?",af'b
,at the qGUIta ti failt
Isetssioan is farmers Ceietl a4I^
inda, and State nod atiopal aM sur I

inlag generallyr edored. Ts fs x4
r- are begtnalug .to th- int .W,'
ave not eeell t 4he|i
ntUon tram ta e Nlteonal '
ad to deamad *sabslslaIp**
a the way of Fedral 14
ration in the jmnprdveastet 6 t a
aral bightways.

The vast amWMt of mousy wa tA4,
very year in the repealtsg ft 1tf '-
e4s waS dwelt uposn bly many igMpeak
aS at a sIaent .comveuntlo. It W4#
..... r-b "i e.L a ..a,,sd i.i t s

_44 late 1111119 ~it.OW 1501 m a5w .- mu, ,
we iton to im~r VM& a I c..apleallad would seo w that tI e peoo
pooreses resIp ie of tbh U united 8it gs w Oe @ ,

orenses Yanaise, the iteres-t aone slly bry bed tray -
twoand aehalt ties what ti Wa-
I i r ua l debt wae at lbs h do o ef 11- CR!1
o,,.3-4-. ,,-..K* N-.,-o.
%iitfl to IFW to t' o

The Irishman who "kept theis Iu
thoe parlor" was no fonder ot. MS
gentlemanan thot paid the rlti" (h-u
the Nigerian Fulani people are of their
, cattle, lTe aulithor of "Affairs of West
AfricA" s"a that the negro neigh-
bort doelasM that the rPualal talk to
their beasts, ard fifdertsld tAthem.
Whia pa Freunph forces paratltB
in the Western SouD-ad 1 attle
tteto )tmamatdeeted front (iw- M'iitel
and were petLted t6p. O0e o1 f 0 l tl' waS
a fine black buLl take Ifr*e fli OW F-
lanl herdsman., ." '
In the middle- of the night theft.
was a terrible c6mmotlon Lk the off"'
kttfd.4 he Oficaf 0 charge commalded
a native soldler to tell him what. was
"The cattle are mad," said (he nt
tlve, "for the Fulani are callLng them."
From a neighboring hill came the
sound of a plaintive chant. At the
sitme moment a violent disturbance
took place among the cattle. The offB-
cir hurried toward the pen, followed
by the soldiers. The chant meanwhile
continued in a cadence of Inexpress-
ible melancholy. The commotion in

. the pen Increased, and
Frenchmen epuald reach
beasts wao seen to o'ear
'at abound and crash
bush to the direction
soundd came, bollowjng
galloped away.

before Ithe
it nne of the
the encloatsure
through the
whence' the
loudly as he

It was the black bull. lie had
broken the halter which bound him',
an'd leaped a palisade Ave feet high.
With the disappearance of the bull
..the chant ceased, and the next morn-
ing the Fulani herdamen were ao-
where 0o be found.

Easter at the Russiin Church In New
Strange and welra was the Impres-
iaon, when, .after the first part of
thq servloe. a procession, led by the
Bashop and formed of priests and dea-
'0oug, .followed by the Consul-Gan-
..era lin full uniform, descended from
tOW altar sad passed out of the ohurob
by a side door exit, only lighted by
Stofew torches. Almost breathlessly
in lp'reXSiv aa the suspense as the
congregation waited, hushed and rev.
Serelnt, evidently looking for something
A further. Soon a' solemn dirge-like
chant was heard, and lights began to
gleam afar. Nearer and nearer came
the music, burstlng Into loud and ex-
ultant strains, and through the ean-
tral doors came the procession again,
no longer.quloet and subdued, but joy-
ous with their Resurrection message.
The great crystal chandelier became
a mass ot light, and men and women.
Standing near the procesnlon each
Hlghted' the. candle they held from
those carted by the priests, and pass-
td the light -to tbeir next neighbor.
On and on In this way the lights
gleamed, until the whole body of wor-
shipperi became aflame, softened and
Illuinaed by the candl6 light, and
their spigits roused to fervid enthus-
lasm as they' sAhaWred, "He la rise
indeed."-P-rol Social Servico,

T Remove Dust From Ryes. .
Any. foreign substance lI the eye
la very' painful, but to remove it i
after all an easy matter. If the
dust lodges o= the lower lid press
the lSnger gently but firmly against
the eyelid, pulling It down and tell.
ing the victim to look- up. Thista ex-
Sposes the tiner lid and the #Ulat an"-
be removed upon a toothpick or hair.
pin, about the end of which a bit of
cotton has been wound, to avoid it
scratch or bruise. If tho tapper'lid
affected take.the eye-lashes firmly bo-
tweeM the forefinger and th thumb.
ask the patient to look down and with
a quick moemenat turn the eyelid up
over the point of a pencil, or better
still tihe edge of a carj, whiclt.hould
be pressed pgainaet the eyelid JUst
&bove the stiff part. 'Tbhia Muos no
.1 PI and the duit an 0 bewiped off as
'r "tp- m lower lid. A.. hit at ses la
-a. tMqoult to remove It a magnet
t- at d It c(q sa6amtlitnes easily
Cra.n 'vt by the assaet'a attradoon,

tlp Ihil, in RupeII.
-to ialS-t ervtc are given stee
late ititi lU rigMenlngpblle solibotal
id Rutgl4. f-hbere Mre 84,844 publhri
s4ol61thtI tit.ble t i-Moh asnslt
bar ol01 abis Tdf o Wdrledtiek
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Catarrh. Soet Thftatf orE CuSe
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on retiring in a strong; -tt
hot, creamy lather of
Dry; And anoint
skin cure and- pureS-. .'
emollients. B andt4
lightly in old, soft ctt'.
or linen. For It
burping, and scaling so.
iU rhes, inflamDIae
tlon4M, chafing, foe red ?0
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dlor and Propri*tEr..
'" uttregd Aprilt 28, 1908, at Gaineaville,
S1 ., so second-class matter, under Act of
S' Cbngreos of March 3, 1879.

SPublished every Tuesday and Friday,
at $1.00 a year In advance.
50 Cents for Six Mosths, ,
25 Cents for Three Months.
Local Readersin brevere type, 5.cents
M. Ane for each insertion.
S p ce for display advertisements priced
9'' The editor Is not responsible for the
viewta of correspondents o others con.
tributing to his columns.

Now that the election Is over the
question will be "What's the war
news today?"
Watermelons are very plentiful
.in these parts now, but they haven't
quit tasting like money yet.
Now just watch how some of the
old gang of Alachua politicians will
try to get close to Broward.
It must have been extremely hu-
miliating to editor Frank Harris to
., admit that Stockton and Broward
carried Marion county.
SHurrah for Levy county She
gs;ve Stockton nearly two to one
over Tallaferro, and Broward more
"an two to one over Davis.
In the next Legislature it will be
Rosborough and Tillman -from
4'Alachua county. They are both
Sod, sober men, and will doubt-
l; Ies be heard from.

How do those little gamblers who
re 'betting that Davis would
Alachua county over Brow-'
two to one feel now? Have
they learned anything yet?
electionn day passed off qtdetly
h;a, Only one man was seen at
polling place under the in-
ce of liquor. He was.betting
Tallaferrp, Davis and Clark.
w+,o ovthat the fight between the
operations and the people has
e to a close there are several
ewapapers In the State which will
btgii to try to pose as the people's
nda again.

We hope to see the day-and we
Jtvye we will see it soon-when
'Iasle of about four-fifths of the
t4nt medililes now on the mar-
a.iwltbe prohibited by law. They
s'Attpendots humbugs.
The picking up of C. M. Brown
1by Rditor Harris-after the fortwer
C eilted--didn't have the effect
It the editor hoped it would have.
It _jtems that the people of grand
'old Marion don't exactly belong to
either Mr. Harris or Mr. Brown

SC. Monroe Brown, the some,
-ter, died (politically) the day he
tape out of Bob Davis' headquart-
,it Jacksonville whooping- up
t candidate and abusing Napo-
Broward. The old man was
ed last Tuesday. Peace to his

f 'the trust magnates-with
ivuarters in Jacksonville-ex-
to ever get Alachua county in
'e again they may as well elect
w set of lieutenants. Those
oes who used to carry the poll.
of Alachua county in their vest
iet.a have quit It. -

tb defeated by the lavish
.- standardd Oil Company
S. Barrs is head and
fwove the man whom the
he wiil not go running off to
attoma because her could not
ye things exactly bis way.

Ise. Southern Bapth t and the
gSt. Witness have been consolik
an'ad' will. be known and ap-
*ted in the future as the
p Baptist Witness. It Will
ie to be published in Jack-
p- nd, will be edited by Revs.
i and W. A. Hobson.

g :'l er thought at
bhadk ed-

127 votes

otep behind CtW4p
those lellows *hd tiipf

jm.,,e think whey
wa 11 only 64
i l We bexpc

viller "During a few hours ata
in Gainevillle o1 t'he 91 at we were
ple.std no9t the public imprtn e,
ments that were being mAde:t iln tila
towl. several large brick builnemw
block ate being constructed and
c9naiderable work is being d'odwe- g
the streets anid idewalks, '"'
were- told that the ton prosperous than ever .b'I Its its
history, and G0l0l0ll, Iid a dry
town I And ntesf pr quite all of
this' imtqo* qu1tliintg in the
buninleep hel city has take-u
pi..s *t#, the salonsua closed,
Sa b(Hf a Ko. And now, Ihat
of Ril| these things are ctamceded .,y
thW O who tormnerly advocated "a
lo6hiS as a stimulant to tradel.
It'the November election ClArk
apd Cheney will be the candidates
for Congress from the Second Din-
trict. Of course all good Delmo.
crafts will vote for Clark, since ik
will be a Republican against-hint.
But it is quite generally believed
.that Clark will have a hard tliue
getting seated -in Congrers. on ac
count of the contest that will' likely
be made by the Republican candi-
date because of Clark's ineliglbility.
If the contest i4 made the district
will probably be" virtually without
a representative during the term,
if, indeed the Republican .does not
gain the seat.

The Tampa Tribunei "Gooadbe
to the grafter, the bum. and the
leech, the Courthousa Square rally,
the wjnd.jamming speech; the pri-
mary's over, the city fight won,
we've spent lots of money and had
lots of fun. Those who are elected
have problems to face, must beRin
now their planning to win the ~est
rate; while those who tere beaten
with many regrets, must work
harder than ever tO pay campaign

T%0e se e1w.
ThW Ion, the Ass and the FoPe Wnt
hunting together, and it was as-ed
that whatever was takes s ou
shared between them. They 4a4ght a
large tat Btag, wblkh the loa eoered
the Ass to divide. The Ams took a deal
of talns to divide the Stag Into three
plees, whlch should be as nearly 'eqal
as possible. The Lion, enraged with
him for what he considered a want eat
proper respect to blh qpAhity, Sew upoP
him and tore bhim to l e theM
esaled on the Fox to divide, e Poz.
nibbling off a small partioM ear him-
seltf, left the rest for the ioa's share.
The Lion, highly pleas* with this
mark of respect, asked the Fox when
he had learned sueh poU na e atnd
god beedting. "To tell the truth.
sirs". trep the Foxm "I was tafttt It
by the Ass that lis dead thete."-
A Peretwual Send rte.
In the peninsula of Abeheron, for-
merly belonging to Persia, but now a
part of Russia, there l a perpetual or.
rather, what the natives eal an eternal
sacred fire wbloh Is known to have
been burning continually for more than
,o000 years. It rises from an Irregular
orifice of about twelve feet In depth
and 120 feet square. The lames. whib
are constant, rise to a height of from
six to eight teet. unaccompanied by
smoke or disagreeable smell, waving
back and forth with the wind like a
iold of golden grain.
XNatuen' PeMSete rom w the am.
The membanue lining the canal of the
ear contains a gret number o t Uttle
Clande which ware- a waxy s tsaneM
having an itensely Mtt er ta the
purpeM of ths sto to prevent -e el*
trane of Inseeos and to keep the eat
etean, m the layer at war dates In
aslsa which rapidr ftaUW ay them
i tag them any paroat
.dt a other tforela matters which
mayor bhv.- od entMnam to the ear.
Whew. P" Ceone W
-What has your ma namd tbA'bay.
M r" askt a nMlhbert o the ttle
g playc la ithe yard met ds
1* MAArur Alerno Jala
aWl the t*t pAu- l.
Why. I thought you wee guowo to
"Wel, so we C M was tst
eoviuselg reply.-New Tor Tiame.

"I alwv s tape things as the*e ase,"
eaid the pikpeit as he dexmteroly
relieved the man. abead of oUm at a
"Art I i5no aoan 1 nd I ts
asde the fl as. elt mlag i
hate Tele rma.. t
e.. pla, afh

". -Ti as aet call on isim
Ja ek-No; I ot dlatted. Sae has
aaeh a et" law'h.
.en y ~er a n teesd that.
JasaKoa wolM It you'd been wt
in heabqg when i rpoaed,to her,
f 'oa bisuato slw I.
"Tsa*w Ss 0yat"m told Mrs
ot=t* "tot husbd tes awful
aood eare -ta eat whlle e$n wese
aWty. and bhhad lota o hlp to
-*Notev"y tight b heard Oma Oasllk
, ~ttsn0 the k .' .

-^,,:,,' d. mi .,a^Mm, ^B^li'!t*

tweoa, tbe n th Wti*
athe d, bIn eOaiqt ean0ot ,be tram
mitta- 1i0W fa j perfut vancuum.
awh~k ,pe'I tIt01 the space be-
t'Wa .,* eaulttI body uund the ear
e*W-Mtedf9 or air n uo MoUi will be
S a Um, however- -afousI. lq-
," W oli.d-willJ if emnallc transmIt
d wav. Franklin, for Ilstua ,
Ing plunged hbl head uadter watT,
.eased two Wtones to be struck tsentb-
or bmetroth e surface und at a dis-
tanee of half a mile heard tWe blows
distlnetty. olladsn, anotuler invei-U.
sator, heard the sound of a btll struck
under water In thelake oft oneva at a
distance of snoe aJJo.S
It is well known that -wood trans-
mite sound I a rm arkublo mamer. A
persa at one t*t W bf a wooMden beam
will hear a ptt -scratch made at the
other end, tough the person snaking It
pay hear no seand at all. This fact Is
sometmee employed as a testee of the.
asnidnea of the beam, -for the experi-
Ment Will M if the Intervening wood

A eal e Ba DM1aw Nave.
At the very beginning of bhi editorial
career a .ridat visited Henry Labou-
ehaee and. seeing a quantity of books
mound which bhad been sent in for re-
vltw, offered to bet the editor of Lon-
Sdo Truth that there was one book he
had not got In the office. Labouchere
InuiredO the ame of the book, and hisb
friend promptly answered, "A Bible."
Wdth a laugh Labouchbero offered to bet
10 that be had even that book. Turn-
lag the converseaton on another c:reo-
leon, he furtively sent a note out into
the clerk's uee telling the boy to go
downtamre and ask he booksellers. m-
dermseth for the loan of a Bible. Free.
*atly he retupaed to the subject of the
bet asd, calllg hib assetant in, atked
Is whether he had a Bible Ia the of-
a-,. Th. aloerk produced thet bbok,
whbeh LAbouhwe handed over to his
Mtaind, fIvg himself away, however,
as he &i ag by. saylg sotto voe to the
slark, "I bos to gedane you didn't
fteet to eat th leaverl"
A Plfte BDenta.
verythy aoWs tbe man who is
e seOl ev ito s ay "No" abruptly an
aawlr to A. question. "No" Is a hard
WsIntt m.e m-a sometimem be made
fllfeM by a relutanee to utter it,
Otas as sehamse.
A. oerata man who had this habit
Was Ouase t by two ladies who had
be disutaesig the peculiarity, and one
et them Maid that she was postivte she
could make .him say "Oh, ano' flatly.
so she addressed him thus:
"Let me aem, Mr. Smith; you are a
widower, are you not?'
"As mueh q Widower, sadam," be
answered, with a polite Incllnation of
hia head, "as itis possible for a man to
be who has never married."
The lady had to own herself beaten.-
Kobile Register.
SeR charemerteases.
Bave you ever noticed la a fashion-
able crowd hw much like men the
weflen are and how much like women
the menl It is j1ot that the men are
really effeminate' or the women really
masecufla as a keen observer once put
It. but there is, nevertheless, a curious
apprztimationn type. It may Ibe to
some extent a matter of dress. Women
affet the mannish In their costume,
men to summer seek more color. But it
Is not drews alone. The woman's face
seems stronger and the man's les sen-
sual thai t WiouIId have been even a
eatury ago. The P Oge, too, hbts chaPn-
ed. The man is less groas, the woman
more athletic, and both are taller.-
London Tatler.
iLtet Cubs as Perat.
The mot attractive household pets
in the entire animal kingdom are said
to be very young lion cubs. They are
docile, affeetimate and quick to learn
felp, it is t td besides being tery
*eereatiwe, conaiered merely as an ar-
tt e of furniture. Persona who have
adapted young lions as pets and en-
Joed their amolty for any lenth of
time are ever after Intolerant of anpy
animal so tame and uninteresting m a
leg ora eaL
SA mest o se WefUas.
When a marriage takes plase among
the Negut people of the Philappne
slans the hole tribe assmable, and
the atumed pair emb two trees t row-
-luff cle together. Then the elders
bead the Iraihe that the young tfolk
are on till their heads meet. When the
beas have thus toehed each other the
manage la i fy aeempashed, and
there are west -ejoliengs A fantastic
danacesempletea te eorensony.
he'* am r me.R. -
.Wliet i you ahi olam b th phise of
a It yeu want It.- aid mother. "It
Ia'tsemiuh to save."
"atM r" aid Wtmle when be had
liked It. "a b In the family comee
a vrs haady wma there tIs a little bit
et pie -left ever. lssm't her--t. Louie

up wh& *. ip or
"It ia geneasr the thtg that keeps
all the wase to the sarelhterhodaa

ave thoeht it 'Toe don't payrt I
never lid believe he was as lamocent
as she tr t to mate emit' aad -,eel
e easrry ar her I.-hl 'a imrae

Whean n iM MiM Ba3al r wan vIast-
Ing tMe wet of Irelaad atd tdying
the senaets of the -p, she sated
Mi S the w. thew we g tt a

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send Uso $g 'i;or a Ye?
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,lif 'lf l t1' j.j .* t 4 ,ik^-n

In Stock, and are constantly rcceiv- *
Sing "up-to-date" Shoes for Mlcu,
SWomen and Children, at popular
prices and ot the best makes.

W e call.

Partictular attention to the Ladies
S, Brockport" and Mens"Allnir- Al;-
S ica" add "Walk Over" grades.

SJ. D. Matheson,

0 toeiand Lente ftOe1 ^lqainegvillel, Fie.

a*fM momewiapoese ri~.a~ ageM~iBat MM ~^4^

Robt. McClellan,


Strict Personal Attention Given to
All Business in This Line. Tele-
2raph and Mail Orders Attended to
promptly. .


Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.


R Thom as,

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

Horses, Mules,


Carriages, Wagons,
Harness, Bridles,
Saddles, etc.







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Florida, and in the financial interest, of its
editor and proprietor.
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and will advocate such candidates for office p
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D. E. GODWIN, Editor,

G ainesville,

Galneaville,.. -lorida.
Opposite Brown House.
'Phone No. 97.




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O wn Is Miller's Laew xehanp.

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Your Chickens, Eggs.
Vegetables, and in fact all
kind of Country Pro-

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


'PHONE 16(1.

[IZ lln .., I1U

and Coffin Company,

Is sometimes hard to keep.pace wilhI 1,1I
our facluie1 are equal to all deniau,,:.
S whether you want to build one house,
o 0 e dozen. Yot are on the right road fr
S the right kind of lumber when you c t.
our way. We dealin t l kinds of nui,.
Ing Material for outside and inside filih,
to complete any dwelling, hotel, store or
factory. Tell as your wants. We v,i




Cotton Department,

& CO.,


Highest price paid for $ea Iland tOttoq
In Seed or Lint, Large or Small Quantities.
Imported Sea Island and Selected Florida
Planting Seed.

Air Line Railway
SchliLulte effective December 7, 1903.
27 31 | 55 I SOUTHERN DIVISION. J 54 I 34 I or,
9 33a 3u0) 3 u-p i-v. Jacksonville Ar to 5oa 7 15a 5 ,. ,I
Io 15 55p 3 4up . aldwi o 12a 6 30a 4 2,,
11 46 10o 45P 5 o3p ....... Waldo 8 2a 4 o4a 2 so
12 20P 3p {GAINESVIILE :' I 77 14 4 ,p
5 36p 1,% .Ar 7 14a .
Sr .... Cedar Key . Lv 4 5oa .....
1 261) Lv '. Silver SpruigMs . .... 52p
S2 5 . . .. 5a p
5p z 5:a . 0.UaA'..........P. sa 12 P
2 55 2 1 31 .... il ood.....i .. la 2 238 ii 56p
5 lup 7 20o .. Orlando .... 7 P 8 25
4 14p 4 a .. Dade City .... p to 37a
5 P 5 39a Plant City ...... 9 23 9 45
S7 nMp It 20a .. Palmetto . 4 45P 7 425
7 a8p Ir 46 . Manatee . 3 op 7 278
7 45 12 3op ... Sarasota . 3 o oup
6 oop 645 Ar . Tmpa . Lv oop 8 5ua

I.v Jacksonville .
tAr Fernlandina .
Ar Brunswick .
Ar Savannah .
Ar Fairfax .
Ar Denmark .
Ar Columbia .
Ar Camden .
Ar Hamlet .
Ar ilmington .
Ar Southern i'nies
Ar Raleigh .
Ar Portsmouth .
Ar Richmond, Va.
Ar Washington .
Ar Baltimore .
Ar Philadelphia .
Ar New York .

9 ooa 7 5op
to 15a 9 oop
12 oip 1o 35P
l Iop 11 50tm
3 09P I 44a
3 57P 2 2oa
5 30p 3 55P
7 40op 5 54a
9 55P 8 oH a
. 12 osp
If 1Sp 9 36a
t1 53P Io 45a
8 ooa 5 35P
6 35a 3 1aP
10 a 1 H8 30op
11 25sa It 25P
I 36P 23 5u
4 135P 6 30o

Lv Jacksonville . 3 A0op 9 2.a
Ar Lake City . .. 5 5ip II 20t
Ar LiveOak . 6 3512 u4p
Ar Madison . 7 55P 12 5P
Ar Monticello . 9 lop 3 r5
Ar Tallahassee . 9 4op 3 25P
Ar Quincy . . 4 17p
Ar River Junction ..... 5 o5p
Ar Pensacola . .. 5op
Ar Mobile . 2 55A
Ar New Orleans . . 7 25.
Lv Jacksonville . op
Ar Macon . . .. 3 .4
AUanta . . 7 50
Chbattanooga . a o 05
Nashville .. . 9 2op
St LQuis . . 7 30.
Chicago . . 9 i.Sa

Connections for Palmetto, Manatee. Oneeo and Sarasota, on 31, except Satur-
days, front m ainesville.
i'rain No. 34, Seaboard Express, drawing room Pullman sleepers between
Tampa, Jacksonville and New York. via Richmond and Wasnington, Vestibuled
day coaches between Jacksonville and Washington, via Richmonod. Cafe dining
car service from Jdcksonville.
No. 695, eahoard Mail, clay coaches, mail, baggage and express cars betseess
Jacksonville and Washington, and drawing room Pt ii man sleepers between Talimpa,
Jacksonville and New York.
No. 55 connects at Stark for .aCrosae. Alachua. Williford, Wannee and inter-
micdiate points, and at Archer with Early Bird branch.
Nos. 56 and 57, Pullman sleeper between New Orleans and Jacksonville.
Steamers for Key West and Havana. L.ave Port Tampa Nundays, Tuieslays an,
Thtirsdlays, ii :15 p. nit.
A. MA N E Ass't Pass. Agent, Jacksonville, Fla.
E. C COBItl I ioket Agent, Gainesville.

Choice of Two Through Car Lines


Atlantic Coast Line.

Montgomery and L. & N. or Dixie Flyer Through Atlanta
and Chattanooga.
Round Trip Rates From Gainesville


& O -S A Ugd

p-i-t.i i u 0)30. U
On sale daily, Good till Decem. On sale daily. Good sixty days.
ber 25, 22.35

2Q.65 On sale June 9. 14, 16, 21, 23, 28
and 30. Good ten days and itn
On sale daily. Good fifteen days. coaches only.
For reservatitons attd1 information apply to Agents Atlantic Coast Line, or write
Address: FRANK C. DOVLSTON, CoNwl Agt. W. D. STAR, Tray. Pass. Agt.,
II. M. EMERSON. Traf. Mgr., W. J. CRAI 0, G Pesait, A.
Wilmington" W. J.C IO mwGn. Nl.C.

Gainesville & Gulf RIw'y Co
Tm i ct July S, 1903.

No. 6. No.4. No. ..
Da l Vapi Daily. Da aTarTIONs. I
Sunday. v lP.. ."e..
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