The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00019
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to AII-Spclal PHvsgNs to None.

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We continue lst week the notes U States History-- Gram-
mar Sool (p.00) American.Book
of executive vetoes as follows; Co( ) A
An act to require the trustees of the Florida History-Groeen's or Fairbanks
Internal Improvement. Fund to deliver A6W. B. Drew Company.
to the State auditor all bank records, rl Ad.
U k...iRedw N l tothe Goor a atura
vouchers and accounts be^to thea .), n Book Co- om
said Internal ImprovemeOtFuWO t to r-
quire the State auditor to check and '' -Coleman's Elements of
aud to this act the Governor sa: cents, the MacMillan Company,
"I am oppfr d to thi bill or the Atlant&.By'.... ,coo.
reason It seeks to limit the invest. Civil Government-Boyntons School
eatison of th ateeounts and actions of Civies ($1.00),Gin & Co., Atlanta. d
tha Trustees of t I. I. Fund; t is de- Algebra- the's School ($100),
srabe that the vetgation shall not American Book Company.
be so limited. I therefore withhold my P.h0Dse. MecgMlanC-ar r NAt
approval ltherefrom." lt he MacMillan Company, At-
OTH"q ATs rVETOED. Theory and Practice-Coures of
An acet to extend the time for conm- Studies and Methods of Teaching, by
pleti the canal of the Florida Coast Prince ($1.00), Ginn & Company, At-
Line Canal and transportation Corn- lanta.
pany, and to preserve and continue the These books may be had of most
grant of land to aid in its construction book dealers in the State, or from the
and authorizing the Trustees of the In- publishers, by mail, postpaid, on receipt
eternal Improvement Fund of the State of price.
of Flotida to hold 100,000 acres of the SUPREME COURT.
lands nowheldin reserve for said com- R. A. Mills, appellant, vs. Coleman
pany until it shall complete Itsea & Ferguson, appellees. Motion to dis-
and waterways from St. Augustine to miss appeal granted.
the St. Johns river and provml th Edward Lamb, plaintiff in error, vs.
time .said canals and waterways between State of Florida, defendant in error,
St. Augustine and the St. Johnsr niver arion county. Judgment and sen.-
shall be commenced and for its continu- tence affirmed.
ous proeseuton until completed, and H. L. Anderson, receiver of the Sil-
provMdlin that in the event said corn- ver Spring R. R. Co., plaintiff in er-
. F"o ell "hav e the ref usal, ror, vs. A. A. Winer et al., defendants
of Flda _U .nhave dh rI, a In error. Motion to strike bill of ex-
providing that the provision as to 100- ce tons anted and judgment affirmed.
Sacred and the provision as to lvin Robt. Muge plaintiff in error, vs.
tha State of Florida the refusal I sl Tate, Jonesa Co., defendants in error.
company desires to sell shall not be Writ of error dismissed.
construed so as to interfere with, alter, Buckman vs. Little Bros F.rtilizer
change, or impair any rights, privileg- Co Writ of error dismissed.
es, property. grants or franchises of Joe Dickens, plaintiff in error, vs.
sad company now existing except a~to State of Florida, defendant in error,
the 100,000 acres of land as hereinafter Duval county. Judgment and sentence
mentioned affirmed.
An act to grant rights and franchises Joseph Vicke, plaintiff in error, vs.d
to the Manatee Lht and Traction Co. State of Flori, defendant in error,
to operate street cars and electric Escambia county. Motion for certified
lighting and power business within the copy of executive order for exchange of
municipality of Bradentown and for circuits e wanted.
other purposes. John opehart, administrator, etc.,
An act to extend the time for b in plaintiff in error, vs. W. H. Milton, ad-
ning work on the Pan-American Rail' ministrator, etc., Jackson county.
way and thereupon to confirm to said Judgment affirmed.
railway all rights, powers privileges M C. Durham appellant, vs. D. R.
and grants heretofore conferred upon Edwards, appelfee, Bradford county.
the same. D1ree affirmed.
An act to prescribe fees of sheriffs in Albert Lin ex rel., appellants. vs.
lunacy prceedis .... E H. Gato, appellee, Monroe county.
An act to provide for the registration Decree reversedand cause remanded.
of all legally qualified voters in the city George Somers, plaintiff in error vs.
of Pen-cola and to define the qualifica- Florida Pebble Phosphate Co., defend-
tions of each voter, ant in error Osceola county. Judg-
An act to provide a method of as- ment affirmed.
distance to any elector applying to vote Charles F. Granmiss, et al., plaintiff
in the primary election in this State, in error, vs. Same. Judgment amfrmed.
who by reason of blindness, or th Stae losState ex rel. James E. Alexander,
of a hand or hands, or is unMable to read plaintiff in error, vs. Cary D. Landis,
or write or prepare his ballotby thein- secretary, Volusia county executive
spectors of suc election, and providing committee, defendant in eiror. Writ
a penalty for any violation of this act. of enor dismissed.
An act to grant rights and franchises n E;. West ot Wa., p'aintiffs in error,
to the Manatee Light and Traction Co. vs J. Davis, defendant in error,
to operate street care and electric light- Hamilton county. Judgment affirmed.
ing and power business witin the muni- N. G. Wade, appellant vs. Atlantic
cipality of Manatee, and for other pur- Lumber Co., appellee, Taylor county.
P0110... Motion for additional time to file briefs
Appointments: Board of Home- grnted
patnfc medical examiners for Duval S tate ex reL John Sunday, plaintiff
county-Henry B. Stout and C. W. in error, vs. W. W. Richards, tax col-
Johnson, Jacksonville. elector, defendant in error, Facambia
Member of Board of o m H epalthic county. Motion to advance cause
medical examiners for Hillabrough granted; oral argument set for July 11.
county-H. M. Bruce, Tampa. Thomas Palmer et at., appellants, vs.
Justice of the Peace, district 14. D Finley, admx.. appeal, Hllsbor-
Hillsborough county -Victor Castainey. oh county.d Case docketEd and dis-
Tarpon Springs. __coCa__nd"
Justice of the Peace, district 9, mised. ---
Franklin county-William Beasley, i Mrs. Alexander Jacobs and children,
Lanark. formerly residents of this city, are vis-
Constable, same district-C. R. Beas- ing friends here this week.
le Lanark .. .... Mr. A. C. Evans son of our fellow-
Notaries Public, State at Large-W towman, R. J. Evans, who has been
C. oe, Tam. I; J.H. Stephens, Jack- traveling salesman for Collier's Week-
monvius; J. N. Hookw Bartow; E.. ly since the close of the collie was in
Trash. Plant Cit ; od M. Bust, s to e hs rela ves.
PalatKaS L. Suffer Kirsimmee; J -wnSundaytoseehsrelauves.
sie Mvlen,, WeachuKl8 mehen For Mr. S. Boetdr Thn omn 'n th
aker, Baldwin; L. E. hobeon. Lake tor Gu G lls o t i"tnt
City James D. King, Steophaavlie, i i weke looking tateh inter-
N Holt, Green Cove Springs; G. S. eat of Lae Ct in te Stae Unve-
Van Buaklrk, Tampa. sty otest.
Constable, district 10. Polk county- Mr. Ben. MaVina, who .haben so
{. C. Hardin. Lakeland. ill at the Unwerety of Virginia, re-
DEIARTMEmT or STATE. tioged home Tusdaye. His host. of
L.ttine paten Mouet: Vhteri .u. that his health has much Improved.

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MC. Gae. A'-. P.Prry cunts he was don ncly
ersW. I Brown mad other. For SIS.
otine Company, Gaines- 12 head of Good Mules. Sound and

ralte $(3.D It...p~. ttuas: N. G. In good euder a chep (or iash. Can
Wa, Frry M. Colsn, D W. McAr- boseen at SMlatf Mwood Lumber
thur. Co, Wakalb, F18. i-4t
Superintendent Hohewasy has wa- a o U is.
nouneed the Mwh aSte the books For sale several good large ycong
for use i the e brexa ton: mules. Apply to
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for eah Rse. em a4t seh oeda
for seah o ee Statues sad ..ch ther
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of ees of the str e Mlass on tde wkay
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Thitf elUs ombrf as dw euired a the"
tuhMe aork rnqated.a UM pvtnu.h de-
iso at e o & r WUM t t oaTinme M hal rod
Cb ths mma- of ta Auditor e and me Adjem
time th G ninrt: ad al d Annual ad be tenial
Reports. state Inwb feashe. heak thooks ta
npee ofthe eostet fuor afteisa, and all work

Supreme Courte ioelud CMltse ptt un sad Moadt
frig of M theuprme Cot imports. Tid *hall he
of pathly, ofr may sulmet.ande two ad bid
for the prinsoiaad leaev of any Voue bof thp-
Supreme Court Roperte. eHorsopwes of maid
reports sahll be indated or fWnieMed fith UMe

typhe the number is ihed furn tie inform tat
under Mth contract cnder a psaalyof a rforeloe
taOne bH. P. Engine one H. P.

Boiler, mounted; all in ood order; shall so

one Duplex 3 Cysa under Steam Pump.
Apply to J.yW. BUSIany olw
furnthepd at tU aeo rat of spelud in M theon-

tract tor *is week.A
pMra. Elijah Johnson wudat in two and made
us pot e oesnoltdatld tla. ormay Rllt bo thsep
Marat Ed Mannin and Err- Med
Mr. F. Harrl of tert Oaalf Board.

nor wmen in the city thsl week, being in-
Thr saved in the Board of Control meetnform-

tMr. R.aW. St tor of the D*
Funsak Brelom was .lootw after
the I tersct of tes Normyl schoolWod-s
ne.day. !
tion of Flors. priK will not that t i urnedt
homn tye frotyp that is rquir.d bylaw for Holl-I
One was tH.P. Engine, oned Mrs H. P.
Boiler, mounted; all in good order; also
one Duplex ot Cylinder Steam Pump.
Apply to J. W. BURoNert LL,
18-m Tallahassee., Fla.

the city this week.
Mr. Elijah Johnson was in and made
us a pleasant call today.
Miss Proctor, of Fmrnandina is visit-
ing relatives in the city.
Miss McDonough, of Daytona, is theta
guest of Mrs. B. J. Evanm.
Messrs. Ed Manning and Err -- Me-
Lin made a business trip to a-.kson-
vile yesterday.
Capt. John Hodge, of Sopehoppy,
was tha uest of Mr. h. D. Chit I
this Week.
Mr. F. E. Harris of the Ocala Ban-
ner was in the city this week, being in-
terested in the Board of Control meet-
Mr. R. W. Storrm editor of the De
Funiak Breese wasa here looking after
the iitereet of the Normal schootWed-

Lakce ity few t- muma rpinas.

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Mr. Ge. W. Paton o Cbasre
Station was b o @ 11 yVeasday, anid
rE. Jolhn o!U.em of the thrifty
farmers fr ear Chairs tation
maie uasa pha 1t0 visit ta
Miss the eat eof a. M
Rosce C.iwpm. lrft in
to Ge.rgetown, U; C.v We1ne103y.
Hon It, _Hudon Burr Mv Mnds
for Orlando. whaer he wAM &llva an
mddress at th Fourth d Jaly elebra.-
Unsigned eommu ,tki c to this
pl sAnot be printed. This Is a ru
Catro"- =ntrc=4 adhered to-not
to be broke under any cumatanoes.
Miss Brocka, who was la the city last
week visiting her sister, Ms. A.
Shine, Jr. has returned to her home in
Boton WUl hire hean mde
Mr. Sam'i Sanbor is autharsed to
solicit subserlptlions and other less
for The Ti Dmocrat. We eommnd
him to the public amay favon show
him will be appreciated us.
At the first joint sessi tof the Board
of Control and Board of Education,
they established a mumm school for
colored taeohber at the Florida Stat
Normal and Industrial School, to open
July loth.
Governor Broward leaves today or to-
morrow for t Flo rida. He wUvisit
Orlando before his rturn, where he
will deliver a Fourth of July address at
the celebrations to be held in that city
on that date.
Miss Mattle Vinson was elected tem.
porary ~emrtary at the meeting of the
o of Control and Board of duca-
tion Wednesday pornin, and showed
herself equal to the occasion thus unex-
pectedly thrust upon her.
Hon. E. C. Smith, our worthy county
commissioner, attandea the Good Roasd
convention, which oet at Orlando, last
week. We do not doubt but tlht the
public roads of our county will have
evidence of improvement resulting from
Mr. Smith's visit.
Our old friend Goo. N. Footman, of
Chairm, who has p as may a sub-
scription for the old loridl and Tal-
lahasseean, came in today and paid ua
for the True Democrat. He asay he
"can't keep house without it," and
many other complimentary things about
it, which we are too modest to repat.
The clerks in Commissioner McUn's
department have been busy all the
week listin the lands compriaing the
First drainage Distrit, all of which
lies in the Eveuulad rigon and locat-
ed in the eounti of Monro, Deoto,
Dade St. Lucie, Osceola and Lee. The
Board of Draina Commissonms at
their meeting Wedneday levied a
special drainage tax of five cents per
acre on all those lands.
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Winthrop left
last week for New Haven, Con., to at-
tend the commencement axrd e at
"Old Yale" from which institution
their two sons, Mr. F anlk ad Guy, will
graduate this year. They will after-
wards spend tX summer visiting north-
aern plae, not returning home until the
cool wath this fai, Mr. Frank
Winthrop expects to make a European
tour after graduation, visiting the va-
rioum capits l and famous cides.
Mr. Jefferson B. Brown* of Talla-
hassee is one of the most popular men
in the State. A thoroughly nial and
companionable fellow, he makes hosts
of friends wherever he goes. On Mon.
day evening, at the Continental, at At-
lanti Beach, he gave an legantly ap-
pointed dinner to a few friend. The
table was prettily arranged with flow-
er, and covers wmere for ten. A
pleasant feature of the occasion was
Uae presentation of souvenir to the
adie In the shape of gold pns, bearing
th. coat-of-arms of Penede*Leon. An
affable host, his guests enjoyed the oc-
casion Immensely.
Child Bros. are pushi the work on
The True Democrat an Collins Job
Printing Office BuikHdin and we will oc-
cupy our new qurtan about the ft of
September. IU our people wil continue
to give us their patronage we shall not
worry much about what is done with
State printing. We did a.lt of that
ktid of work I the day. that have
one-be for the glory thoe was I It,
and contracts were aitte hiahr th
they have been In recent yeas, too, if
wea ave been rlably Informed. Priat.

Seven or eight couples of people
teredat the reideine of Mr.
gave them a meet deighitul surprtie
ypa Thetwoleaafir was kept a


l.1 so -

Governor Broward wished to eaven
the new Board of Contol e0 Monday, but
learning that some members co not
reach hre that day, he NpotpoNad
the meting until Wednesday, th th
ina The Goerormhm 4ogme T.
L B.Kg ad Dr. A. L.bnno short
office ftar two ,ad P. K.
Tnca, NA=. -A4MadN. P.

WeeA Iihaes,
We are very sorry to br of Mr.
Allen Geoghagan death. He was a
good man and was Uked bM all that
koew him. Much pathys felt for
his wife and fearoiWn.
Miss An Ha a ofJacksonville,
visited WoodviUle this week.
Mrs. Tbhes. r returned home from
Carrabele W eaay w e has
Mr. G. i sUee
who has ba Mb dIb fr te do
few days, is mush better
The Hollm s Baptists have been ear-
rying ol a big meting at the MeDan.
1il church for a fOw day which was
roght toa cloa Wedneday.
Mim Nettie Revel is visiting d
and relatives at Medart this week.
Wednesday evening several hdlren
walked ovarto a stak bout two miles
from Woodville to h. They caught
several small turtles and a few ish, ad
one of the girls fUl Into the mud, which
caused much laughter. Scarcely had
the laughter died away when another
fell into the water and caused more
laughing, when they decided to go
Ir. M. F. Dalalynaki, of White
Springs. is visiting her daughter Mrs.
Louis Cohen, an Clinton atreas
Th m bers of the Board of Con-
trol vsitedd the Florida Stae" College
Much pleased with the situation and
grounds of the college.
Mr. Will Mabry Is the champion fish-
erman of these parts as evidenced by
the splendid specimen of Lake Jackson
fsh he was exhibiting yesterday after-
noon. He had one fine fellow, a lake
trout, which tipped the scales at 18
lbs. Mr. Mabry expressed him to a
friend in Chicago will have him
Mr. Frank P. Damon left Wedne-
day for Apalachiola. He hasao-ptod
th tionoflOaf ei aer o-the
Anlachiol a No e Railroad.
Tdsroad will reu fna It. Joe eon
the Gulf, through Am ho and
then north to an md will
open up a splemdid secon of country
an l have at t. Joseph s one of the
finest land-locked harbors in the world
for its Southein orum.
Mr. Asm Clark received notice of his

townL. T mesas tis t b made a
mces. of his t year as teacher and
that his work was apprdated by the

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inn a. D t'oe r Gove 's ilnm law, which At the l n a encement Pxer-
we pat.ted In full eat wek, provides eMsf etand Iift University at Mash-
PUBISHED EVERY FRIDAT MORNING. that "in case mid Jackson or other ville, Tenn., an address was delivered
park or square In the etfy of Tallahas- by Missourl's newly-elected governor,
Ehde Peaod im a t Ie Vw- t d un. t see shall not be selected and acquired Hon. Joseph W. Folk, in which he
Ath Pt Ofrn .e t Tas e m LUnder for the purpose of this act, then no said:
money appropriated by this act shall be "It is one thing to be against wrong;
Offe in Teiphone Bsuildins, Corne A4e .an used for any purpose of this act until a It is te another thing to fight wrong;
cintom Streets. Telephone No. i90 .sit for such mansion suitable to said One a a non-coJbstant that never won
..... ." ." _...'" ""--- a cause, the other a soldier in the fight.
-Y r I commission shall have been donated an Good need to become more ag-
u.erti, .me P. YeTa A tAdvan. conveyed by proper deed in fee simple, remsive. man that is afraid to
Adv r.mtsn on App o. free from all incumbrance, to the State show his colors and stand in the open
Tof Florida," etc. against evils is of little benefit to good
Tallahassee, Fray, June 10. '-.. ... govenmuet. The country needs sold-
Aside from the legal complications ers of peace as well is soldiers of war.
Every newspaper in Florida should Involved In the possible appropriation of Monroe proclaimed the doctrine of
have copies f the two Asyum Investi one of Tallahassee's public squares for America or Americans. The Missouri
have copies of the two Asylum Investhe location of the mansion there are doctrine Inverts that phase and applies
gating Committees Reports to file away the location of the mansion. .r it both ways. Americans for America
for reference in the future. The Noble many excellent reasons why no such is the slogan that needs to be sounded
report is now out and can be had by ap- action should be taken. These open now. "
plying to the Secretary of State for it. spaces were originally designed, in the In a country a state or a municipality
.....g foundation of the city, as "breathing imbued with such doctrine as the above
In the Federal court at Atlanta the spots" for the use and benefit of all of there is no room for graft or grafters.
other day three bright young men of the city's inhabitants, and for the sake Governor Folk, while prosecuting at-
Florida were admitted to practice at of uniformity in scenic effect. One of torney in St. Louis, made for himself
the bar. They were William A. Daniel them has already been made use of for along the lines indicated in the above
and Francis L. Dancy, of Jacksonville, a country courthouse, and at least one quoted utterance the reputation which
and J. E. D. Yonge, of Pensacola, and of the remaining ones is anything but later won for him the highest State of-
all were graduates of the University of beautiful in appearance, portions not fice in the gift of his fellow-citizens
Georgia law school. Success to them! occupied by the fire department build- Such work as he then performed, and
The presidentofPrinceton Theologi. ings being used as a camping-ground such doctrine as he now preaches, are
cal Seminary in a recent sermon said: for travelers. To occupy another with needed to purify the body politic in
"I hate to see a cold-blooded, right- a governor's mansion would only con- other states besides Missouri and in
living rascal who has $40,000,000 and stitute another encroachment upon the other municipalities besides St. Louis
can teach Sunday School regularly and rights and privileges of the citizens. It was upon precisely such a founds-
drive his hard bargains every week, Under this view of the situation, the tion of principles that The True Demo-
always keeping just within the range of duty certainly devolves upon the peo- crat was established and has thus far
the law. If I were asked what I pie of the city to provide in some way been conducted. All that it needs for
thought of such a man, I would say he for the donation of a suitable site. the continuance of its appointed work
was lucky not to be in jail." What will they do about it? So far, is the prompt, cheerful pnd substantial
............. nothing has been done. The time for support of all honest, God-fearing peo-
So far as we have been able to exam- action has arrived. pie who believe in demanding and en-
ine the testimony taken by the Nobles ...-..... .. forcing the conduct of the public busi-
Investigating Committee, portraying OUR POSITION. ness with the same degree of strict
conditions existing at the State Insane Tallahassee will not be satisfied with honesty, integrity and faithfulness
Hospital during the four years of the the location of the Florida Female Col- that in exacted of exploees and cents
Jennings Administration, it is almost lege In that city Her True Democrat that s exacted of exposes and agents
diametrically contrary In its effect says she also has "eminently superior engaged in the management of private
ametrically contrary in it effect t advantaes" as a location for the State affairs.
the alleged conclusions of the commit- University and seriously insists that araT A..AL OTIN.
tee in its official report purporting to that institution shall be located in the PRACTICAL LOCAL OPTION.
be based upon it. Perhaps some of the capital city. Its argument that "geo Bradford county went dry the other
members of the committee can explain raphically and with reference to the day by a heavy majority 240 in a vote
thimembers of the committee cscrepancy population of the State, Tallahassee has of 980. Referring to the contest, the
this extraordinary discrepancy. no superior within its borders"' will
-purpt to b wnot impress people familiar with the Starke Telegraph says .
What purports to be the whole of the geography and railway system of Flor- No county ever had a more orderly
testimony taken before the Noble hos- da. Let us now hear from Pensacola. prohibition campaign than the one just
pital Investigating committee appears -Live Oak Democrat. closed in Bradford The meetings held
in the journal of the House of Repre- Tallahassee will be satisfied with preceding the election were mar ed by
good order, and the contending forces
sentatives for Thursday, June 1, just whatever disposition of the college loca- met at the polls in the very friendliest
completed. Judging by what in pub- tion problem in made by the Board of spirit. The contest leaves no rankling
lished, this evidence is more damaging Control and the State Board of Educa- sores, and within a fortnight the inci-
ttion. It will have to be. It has not dents of the campaign will be forgotten,
than that taken by the joint committee on. It wll have to be. t hand the interest of every good citizen
and published in a previous journal of made as much noise in the presentation will be centered in seeing that the law
both houses. There in considerable of its "claims" to the location of the placed in force by the ballots of the
more to be said about it when an up- university as nome other places have ma rity is enforced.
opportunity for a careful study of it has done, because it does not believe that ne of the most pleasngand credita-.
ble features of our prohibition cam.
been afforded. noise in going to affect the result, and pain was the front' that invariably
1 -. ..- because the ar(lrd. will be able, upon fell upon every attempt to discredit or
In thin issue we publish, for informa- inspection of its advantages, to reach belittle the efforts of the good women,
tion, the advertise iment of the Board of a just decision concerning them, incom- and the ministers who took an active
part in the work. Not many attempts
State Institutions inviting bids for the prison with those presented by other of this kind were made, of course, but
State printing. As will be seen, the lkoalities. Tallahamsee feels entirely when a little ill-breeding did crop out
bids are to be opened and thea contract confident that either the university or it always met the frost it deserved,
awarded at a meeting of the board to the female college will be located here, notwithstandingthe attempted was sur-
rounded by partisans. The Telegraph I
he held August st. We hope that an preferably the former;and theboards are could not subscribe to the "wet"creed,
many printers throughout the State an assured the prompt and hearty support but we certainly do wish to commend
are prepared to do the work, or any and co-operation of Tallahassee in their our friends on that side of the question
portion ofit, or can effectsuitable ar- exceedingly difficult and measurably for such wholesome and high-toned fea-
tures in their campaign methods as the
rangements therefore, will enter the thankless task of rehabilitating the edu- one we have here mentioned.
contest and offer bids If we can be of national institutions of the State in ac- Following the termination of the
any service to any of our brethren of cordance with the Buckman law. struggle, the people purpose the forma-
the craft in this matter we wjnt them .. tion of a permanent organization to at-
to call on us, and we will serve them to GILCHRIST GIVES REASONS. tid to the "blind tiger evilaton to at-
the best of our ability. In a well-written letter to the Tampa tend to the blind tiger evil, should
Tribune Speaker Gilchrist gives some such a course be necessary
Dr James H. Randolph. assistant very excellent reasons why he opposed An agitation for a wet or dry cam
physician at the State insane hospital, the State Fair appropriation of $30,000, paign in Plutnam county Is impending'
has suggested to The True D)emocrat in the course of which he gives the dic- and in Volusia county, which has been
that may of the patients in the institu- tionary meaning of the word "graft... dry for some time, informations have
tion are pleased ard delighted to have which, of course, the word being slang, ben filed algaint 20 of the 40 or 50 il-
reading matter with which to pass the differs materially from the commonly It iquor rdle 14 of whom were
the tedious hours of illness or idleness., accepted meaning But it "gets there arraine incourt lat wek and fned
The State newspapers would be partic- all the same." He also says: "I from.0 to $250 each with co ta
ularly welcome to many, specially would be willing to give thirty cents This isoprtiaccal loca option, anh al
those from their home counties; and as anyone who will give me the name of dry counts can e t th b
ian aid to their recovery reading is any member of theHouseof Represent- tigerevil If they choose
highly recommended We pass the atives to whom I was under obligations John Collins of the Tallahassee True
suggestion along to our State contem- to vote $)0,(0 of the people's money Democrat, says he is having a new
poraries, and urge each to send one to the private incorporators of this fair. building put up for his plant He is in-
copy free to the hospital, in the hope of I have never in my life voted money deed fortuna It s a the avere

bestowing a pleasure and benefit upon frIm the public treasury with which to i an o building that was formerly in-
the unfortunate inmates pay my own political debts. Not satis- tended for anything but a printing
If the laws of Florida authorize the: fled with getting the money theTribune office. -Quincy Times.
pardoning board. to grant conditional publishes the deal by which it was ac- Our neighbor must not assume that
pardon,ngthe fact is generally unknown. complished. If you will give us $,000., we have grown rich enough to erect an
pThrough an act ofist kind the Jen._I we will help give DeFunlak $4,000. office building by the publication of The
nnThro administration has Involved the'You scratch my back and I will scratch True Democrat for about four months.
rnt one ins vexatious liti hgationvolved the yours.' Gilchrist certainly holds the One of the best and most progressiveciti-
prlesent one in vexatious litigation strongest position in the matter of this sens of our home town iserecting the new
which promises much trouble and ex- appropriation office building to lease to us, specially
Mense to the people of the State. In .. ..... ..... .designed for the purpose, and the work
April 1904. conditional pardon wa The famous new fast train between o construction last Monday. so
granted to Edward Alvares, convicted New York and Chicago, was wrecked we hope to be settled in our new home
at the spring term, 1899, of Bradford near Mentor, 0., last Wednesday, caus- by September.
circuit court of murder In the second ng the death of nineteen persons and On Monday, 84 days after the ad-
deree. Recently on complaint of cit.- the Injury of many more. The fast ournment of the Laislature, the
Sas of Lawtey, Governor Browa8 d re- shedul w or a, House journal of Thursday, June 1,
voked the pardon, whereupon Alvare later wasrestored, the rigid investiga- ,do its appearance It contains, or
appDaled to the courts, by attorney, on tion which ensued showing that the ac- rport to contain, all of the testimony
Speti on of habeas corpus, the writ cdent WMa not cu=d by the fast speed n by the House committee which
.eg returnable before Judge Call of butby the act of some miscreant who investigated the Insane asylum, of
f r rutJ Trou opened the switch just a minuteortwo which Hon C. S. Noble was chairman
the fourth circuit, June 80th. Through before th f-as "--n a--iv-- I-s Ifany ofournewspaper friends thnough-
aMys and appeals this convicted felon before the fast train arrived. t is to out the S fall to reve a oy, it
maybe able to cheat justice for a be hoped that the guilty party may be can be pored by applying to the
whut, arrested and punished. Secretary of State.

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m 01 w4 M 0e`994 ST 11s M s.
the opi of O. United States The new pq e, more than all other
ln dsaurr bed~ ki brod as a ~enes, arsa-'s0Ible for the victory
nation of grafters? of thi people over the corrupt ring in
This partial list of recent crooked- Phi adelpE.l But for their mexeiless
ness in high places is enough to appall exposure of the raseals in and out of
the average honest citizen: the councilmanic bodies, the thieving
Governor D. H. Johnson, former Gov- gas ordinance would have stood. Buli
ernor Palmer S. Mosely and several for their vigorous urging Mayor Weaver
others of less prominence, indicted in would hardly have had the moral cour-
the courts of the Indian Territory for age to stand out against the machine.
alleged frauds in the issue and use of The newspapers, without regard to
warrants against the Chickasaw nation, party, fought the steal from its incip-
United States Marshal W. T. Ward lency. Nor did they fight it in any milk
and others indicted in the same courts or cider fashion. "Rolls of honor" and
for conspiracy to present false claims "rolls of dishonor" were printed in bold
against the United States. type. None of those who voted for the
In Washington, William G. Craw- steal escaped, their names appearing in
ford, charged with conspiracy to de- bold face type in the "dishonorable
fraud the government. list.'?
United States Senator John Mitchell, Thus it was that the rape of the
of Oregon, on trial for accepting fees treasury was prevented. Yet few,
of lobbyist while serving as Senator, in even of Philadelphia, will give credit to
connection with Oregon land frauds. these unselfish and patriotic newspapers
Benjamin H. Gaskell, a Philadelphia which stood for their rights against as
banker, who died about a month ago, corrupt a gang of bribe-givers and
left as a legacy later discovered defal- bribe-takers as ever disgraced an Amer-
cations as trustee, etc., amounting to ican city.
nearly one million dollars. A free and untrammelled press is the
B. H. Tallmadge arrested in New bulwark of American liberty. When
Mexico charged with subornation of its mouth is closed thieves will triumph
perjury in the matter of extensive and moral decay set in.-Miami Metrop-
frauds in entries of public lands in olis.
New Mexico. Retire$ from Politics.
Forty packing house proprietors and In the last issue of the Jasper News
m..naers indicted in (hicago for In the lst issue of the Jasper News

faud..u lt p.r t.s... appeared the following graceful card
fraudulent practices. from Senator Frank Adams expressing
A trusted employee of the Smith- from Senator Frank Adams expressing
sonian Institute detected in the embez- his determination to retire permanently
eient I titte fd ete o the ao bt of from the field of local politics. Taken
zlement of its funds to the amount all in all Senator Adams has made an
Boodling in St. Louis, Chicago and excellent record in his public life, and
Philadelphia. his retirement will be regarded with
The Equitable wreck, regret far beyond the boundaries of his
The above are only a very few of the home county:
instances which have recently been To the People of Hamilton County:
Twelve years ago, through your con-
brought to public notice-how many fidence and kindness, I was sent as
other cases, not yet discovered, cannot your representative to the Florida Sen-
be even conjectured. ate. Twice during this period the sen-
bl ators were good enough to have me
In the name of public virtue, honesty preside over their deliberations. Dur-
and integrity, let us, if we can, keep ing these twelve years I have done at
Florida out of the list; and if any alftimes that which to me appeared to
wrong-doing has been practiced in the be right and best for the interests of
conduct of he public business, let us m county and that of my state.
conduct of the public business, t us appreciate beyond the power of
hasten to fix the blame where it right- words to express the many, many kind-
fully belongs, bring the offenders to nesses that have been shown me at
justice, and thus clear our record in the home and abroad, and I now return to
sight of all the inhabitants of our corn- the people who gave it, my commission
mon country all the inhacom- as senator. I have had it for three
m.on.. .- ... terms, and that is long enough. "Ro-
THE FUNCTION OF THE PRESS. station in office" is a Democratic doc-
Stet f trine, and is a good one. No one man
Discussing the nature and extent should fill any one position always.
the functions of the newspaper in rela- I therefore announce far in advance
tion to the political campaigns, the of the time, that I will not be a candi-
Pensacola Journal recently expressed date under any circumstances for the
in the following wise and conser- Senate next time, no matter what may
itself in the following wise and conser- be said to the contrary by anyone.
vative manner: I hope to divide my time equally in
A newspaper cannot control men's halves. The first half of it shall be de-
wills; it cannot compel them to vote or voted to my business, and the other half
act contrary to their own convictions; in letting alone that of the other "fel-
it cannot command adherence or sup- low," and shall only take such interest
port for any particular candidate or in politics as every free American citi-
policy. zen should-cast his vote in accordance
A newspaper's province and power with his own convictions.
consists simply of two things- (1) the In retiring to private life, I beg once
ability to present the plain truth about more to give expression to my heartfelt
facts and conditions as it sees them, gratitude to the people of my county
and (2) the more difficult but not less and state for their manifold kindnesses
important ability to reflect, not control, to me. FRANK ADAMS.
public sentiment upon those facts and .. -
conditions in which the public is, for Hon. John. P. Wall, for many years
the time being, interested, member of the House of Representa-
Take the recent city campaign for an tives from Putnam county, following
wexample.The peol e knew t atthey Senator Frank Adams' precedent, has
wanted a White Primary and, wanting announced his determination not to
it, they took the most direct means of "stand" for re-election. Representa-
establishing it. tive Wall has always been recognized
The Journal could not compel them to
want it, could not compel them to get as a strong and upright member, and
it; cculd not induce them by its own his absence from the legislative halls
desires in the matter in any way or to will be regretted by many, outside of
an effect. his home county.
What The Journal could do and tried -his home_-u .
to do was to present the facts in the The Equitable racket grows worse
case to the public in a truthful way and worse. The courts of criminal pro-
and, knowing those facts, the public
waL perfectly able to act for itself, cedure in New York have suspended
which it did. their vacations at the request of Dis-
Had The Journal mis-stated the facts, trict Attorney Jerome, who contem-
attempted to deceive the public or plates the prosecution of the officials
tried to play false to the confidenceen "makin ducks and
which the public reposed in it, that fact who have been "makin ducks and
would have become known at once and drakes of the funds of the Society.
the public would have repudiated The The report of the insurance commis-
Jougreal.t many newspapers arrogate sioner disclosed the fact, among others,
to themselves the power to control the that the $25,000 salary of a director
public sentiment of a community, and a who died thirteen months ago is still
great many people actually believe they being paid. Former President Alexan-
have that power. der has made restitution of over $25,000
The newspapers, however, know bet- improperly received by him on "ynd-
ter and the people who hold that im- cate operations And the end is not
pression are mistaken. If there were cte And the end is not
any doubt of this, just let a newspaper yet. --
go wrong a time or two or get out of Governor Folk of Missouri recently
joint with public sentiment itself and issued an order to suppress gambling at
see how quick the public turns it down. race tracks, announcing that the militia
Newspapers have power, but that rac announcing that the milia
power consists solely in their ability to would be used, if necessary, to secure
present the plain, unvarnished truth the execution of the order. Sheriff
regarding conditions as they exist Herpel, of St. Louis county, rebelled
This done, the public will do the rest(a a certain Florida s eriff one did
and all the arts of subterfuge, perver- (a certain or ri once did
sion, or subtle appeal cannot change against a Florida governor), and de-
the public mind when it once knows the cleared that "An appeal to bayonets is
truth and the facts. the first threat of a bigot, fired by-
Referring to her "last message," fanatical a, his persona ambition,
contained in a recent published inter- al- by M uW1smteed
view, Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy de- liberties of the people Neverteless,
lames that her seclusion is "solely from apthot t M ri arciat
lack of time to accomplish what I do aeu tmrae,. the dmer aw samuned
for humanity, and have the moments tAs removal at -d and pedscu-
left in wh to regalte myself with the ."n s ar r disreard of
sweet intercourse of society."




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So Declares Secretary Taft in Speech-
Before Embryo Lawyers.


fudges Should b: Given More Power
and Be Allowed to Express Opinions
During Trials.

wi'llam II. Taft, s-crveary of war,
Cl civf. f," i hi a, dilr,'e:s ;o :he Yale law
school i.'ra1111it :ng ('lass Pt New lHa-
ven, Conn., Monday on "The Adminis-
'ration of Criminal Law." Defending
.he policy of refusing trial by jury to
She Fil;pin(s, Mr. Taft said that trial.
t y jury had come to be regarded as a
fetish to svch an extent that state leg-
.,laturcs ,Lave exalted the power of
the jury ai'd diminished the power of
the court. The result of this, Mr.
"aft poin'ited out, was a great increase
In rrime of the felony class. The
administration of criminal law in the
e'ates Mr. Taft declared to be a dis-
rrace to cur civilization. He hardly
thought it encouraged us to think It
wise to introduce & system of jury
trial in ;he Ph.ilipines. Mr. Taft
tuires'led ;s remedies the restriction
of the rig it of appeal and giving the
inlpg('. l)power to comment on the evi-
r'ence an 1 oxpre-s their opinion to
the jury on the facts. Mr. Taft said.
in part:
"I grif'r-. for *my country, to say
that the administration of criminal
law in all the states of the union
(there man', he one or two exceptions)
Is a disgriac to our civilization. We?
are now reaching an agoe when we
cannot pl"adl you'll. sparse (civilization,
n1wnfs ,'. of country as a cause for
laxltv in t1w e 'nforroemr'nt of law.
"The inr:Fitution of trial by jury
has come to he rewarded a fetish to
ritc', an rxtent that staTe Ilgislaturcs
hav oxalted the power of jury and
'lim!nished the power of the court In
Ihe hearing of criminal cases.
"The function of the judge is limit-
r'd to that of moderator in a religion E
rcs.rimhly. The counsel for the de-
fnse., relying on tho diminished pow-
1'r of the rourt. creates hv dramatic
irt anwl b harping on th', Importance
of unimportant details,. a false atmos-
there in the court room which the
ludge is powerless to dispel and un-
,dir the hypnotic Influence of which
the counsel Is able to lead the jurors
to vote as Jurors for a verdict which
after all the excitement of the trial
has passed away, they are unable
to support as men.
"And now what has been the re-
rult in this country? Since leI5 In th
T'nlted States there have been 131.951
murders and homicides, and there
have been 2,2.3C executions. In 189S
the number of murders was 1.0S8. In
19T4 it had Increased to 8.482. The
number of executions In 18.5 was
1 In 1ql4 the number was 11 C.
This startling Increase in the num-
!er of murders and homicides as
."mparedi with the number of ('xecu-
ti'nS te!!s the story.
"Our country Is disgusted by tho
rIuInl or of lynchlngs that occur both
In the north and south, and excuses
nTore sought for the horld and flendish
Srue :ios perpetrated by mobs In such
ve'v~'q of JustI;lc >. Istan.ce s are cited
of w':ore the moIb hIas e xeric ed men
whom thev hid ever- reason to lie.
'eve w r.r,. 'o lI j: .'y pun!'h'd un-
f",or te'e law, to f}iow tlhaf an Im-
provrm wn>',! no' prevent lynch ins. nut
overr- mnn of affairs who has stn lIjd
.'-ihJecr na n'l knows tihat if menn
whoC rCnmfinm' c(rin', wr'- irornrmtiv ar-
rs* l n ai nn !' 'cd there. wonuIl 'h
,ne ob tl'-e prr o'-e of hincling.
Ve'-'in ln* H radiral improvement
'n r'.-r'r administration of criminal

law winl prevent the growth in the
lumber .*f lynchings In the U'nited
States that bring the blush of shame
to every lover of his country." I


ATTITUDE OF ENGLAND. The regular vacation of the court
of general sessions in New York will
London Government Would Welcome be suspended this year so that the
court may be available if District At-
*Ore Fighting in la Carta torney Jerome begins prosecution in
Before c C ConfefmCg. connection with the affairs of the
A Washington special says: No as- Equitable Life Assurance Society. This
siatance is expected In Washington action was taken upon the request of
from the London government in what- District Attorney Jerome.
ever efforts the president may Initiate District AttorneJerome in making
his motion to suspetnd the court's va-
to bring about an immediate armistice cation, said he had a letter from
or to prevent a clash before the con. Governor Higgins, offering to place
evening of the Washington conference. the evidence obtained by the superin-
While the London government, as an tendcnt of insurance, Hendricks, at
Sally of Japan, has shown itself in Mr. Jerome's disposal.
i Mr. Jerome adldl:
hearty sympathy with the president's "It is my desire to) have that evi.
policy, to bring the belligerents to- den(e, ani it is miy intention to go
Sgther feels that it cannot undertake through it very thoroughly.
to suggest an armistice at tills time. "The widesi.road attention called to
The British officials believe, accord- this matter makes it mandatory on
. ing to advices reaching this govern- me to examine the whole affair. I
meant that Japan would be sacrificing am not in a position to know whether
a great deal to consent to anwarmis- there has I een a violation of the law,
tice at this time and that after a but it is my duty to find out. Before
great defeat on land the Russians the governor addressed his letter to
will be more ready to discuss peace. me I had the matter under con-
This, however, Is but an honest dif- sideration, having sent for a copy of
ference of opinion between Washing- the official report of the investiga-
ton any London. Officially the belief tion. It may be that there is noth-
here is that another defeat may In- ing In this affair to call for the action
spire the Russians to continue the of this court.
war indefinitely. It is understood. "It is unusual for the governor to
however, that London will do nothing address such a letter as this to the
to hamper the president's efforts, district attorney, and it focuses pub-
having expressed its sympathy with lie attention pon me. I have made
Its general purpose. arrangements with Justice Day of the
Despite their strong belief that it criminal branch of the supreme court,
would greatly further the cause of and he will continue the June term of
peace If the belligerents would avoid that court through the summer. The
a clash between their armies"Thnding powers of both courts can, if leces.
the Washington conference, the pres- sary, lie invoked. It will take me
Ident and Secretary Hay are aware some time to learn whether I will need
of the wish of the Japanese that be- the assistance of the courts or not."
fore assenting to an armistice she Attorney Julius M. Meyer was at
recceove more definite assurances re his office Friday engaged in going
garding Russia's intentions. over the proceedings of the Investiga-
tion of tho Equitable Society. When
PAID SALARY OF DEAD MAN. asked how soon he would begin ac-
---- tion against the Equitable officers
Men No Longer Connected With the Fquit- scored in the iHendrihks report, Mr.
able Continue to Receive Stipend. Meyer replied:
A New York dispatch says: Atten- "Action will bo taken as soon a. It
tion was directed Thurlsay to the Is physically possible, and it will not
fact that four of the Equitable offl- lie a matter of weeks, but of days
cers mentioned In the retort of State (ly, lhefoie we will be' ready. Not
Superintendent of Insurance lien. ('lly have I git to go o er tlhe l(-n-
dricksi as drawing salaries for the d rhiks report, hut the testimony w hich
last five years are no longer actively preceded that re port upon which the
connected with the company. E. W. report is based."
Lambert appears in the report as i He was of an opinion that soparato
medical director with a salary of $2;,- action would lie taken, one for th I
000 a year. He died thirteen months r stititlon of the funds wrongfully
ago, and yet, according to the table, elicited and another for the debarment
his salary was paid this year and proceedings against officers of the so-
last. c.ety. In commenting on this phase
Edward Curtis, who figures as a of the situation, Mr. Meyer said:
niedilal director, at $15,000 a year. "This is a novel action, and it is
resigned that position eighteen the first tinmi in the history of the
months ago. George H. Squire. who state of New York where a debarment
Is now a director of the company, is proceedings against officials of Insur-
down on the list as financial manager ance companies will have oeen taken.
at $12,000 a year, although H. R. Under the Insurance law the applies.
Winthrop succeeded Mr. Squire as tion of which has never yet been
financial manager many months ago. put In practice, the attorney general
J. B. Loring Is recorded as a regis- has power to debar officers of an in-
trar, with n salary of $3,500 a year .Furance company who have been founa
Mr. luring ceaved to perform the derelict In their duty, and this debar-
active duties of the regiltrarshlp In ment not crily precludes them from
SApril, 1903. holding positions as offc(ers, but also
; debars them from acting as directors
AG[D WOMAN O WARPATH. not only tn the company from which
I -- they have Leen debarred, but from any
With Gun, Mrs. Roseberry Disputes Right other insurance company doing bust.
of Mil Carrier on Her Premises. nss within the confines of the state,
A posse of armed citizens, headed and the attorney general In the one
hy Sheriff Schad, went from Wichita. to enforce the action."
Kansas, Thursday. to Daynosville. -
fifteen miles south, to .apture Mrs. E. Mount Vequvius Grows Restive.
Roseberry, an elderly woman, who The pref'i t of Naples has ordered
has ben keeping watch with a shot. the population In the vicinity of
iu hln v i m. t fr ** ,e bD Lb w...a. f

mmu, y",," i 1 i lti w imll n tronll lo| Ir ,
premtses. She has disputed the right
of a rural mail carrier to use toh
road as a mail route and fired at
the carrier as he passed fhe house. I
The mail carrier notified the U'nted
Sta.cs authortltcs and a warrant was
Is,,iil for the arrest of Mrs. Rosep-
,o rry.


Accident at Saw Mill ia:41aboma Wrea ks
Death and Detraction.
The Ni4g hoiler In the pawmill of
tho (Curtis Attala Lumber plant, two
mile- from that place, exploded last
Thursday, killing four men and
wmond!ng two others. The dead are:
James Watts, Will Rosmon, Gus Cash.
and Marlmn Maddox. C. Smith was
fatally hurt and Barney Works am.
ouly Injured.

.,m i ni ''lvl-iit l 'o prepare to leave
their house s. owing to an alarming
Itnrease in th,' dish barges from the

84%k BROKI'4 BYIORGf RifS.

Lomaed Money on freudulently Raised Cer.
tificates and Goes to Well.
The City Trust and Safety Deposit
company, for years rated among the
most reliable financial institutions in
Philadelphia, closed I's doors \We -
The failure of the company was the
direct result of the fotrgerhes o(f th.e
late Denjamin H. Gaskll, the broker,
who, it was learned, a month after
lils death, had raised many certify.
cat.. of stocks from one to one hun.
dred shares and borrowed money ea
thm t this bsk.

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Should District Attorney Jerome
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Governor Higgins Offers to Produce
Report of State Insurance Super-
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27 yVan u ped-m--has ensdmto brhing
WELL.-BUST PRODUCT, combaniag i t
. make-up all the good poienm fuaad a h1i
grade machine and othes that at ecladlvdy
SW lTE--for abutan, oe t WAN WDI-
CATCR, a device that shows the tMen at a
glance, ad we have others that appeal to care-
hl buyws. All Drop Heads have Avostcm
Lift and beautiful Swal Fit, God Oak
vY Vookwoc.. Vibrator u RotarrStt. StylSO.




JOHN G. COLLINS, Proprietor.

PuMllshed Every FRIDAY Morning.
i '
London reports the successful mat
riage of au beiress to her father's
auto driver. Thus the chauffeur again
proves that he will Inevitably supplant
the family coachman. ,

The physician who declares that
there sl more water in cucumbers
than In milk must have got hold of a
sample of real country milk, declares
the New York American.

The record of railway disasters In
the United States in the last three
month of 1904, Pays the Boston Globe,
sounds like the statistics of a great
battle. Killed 337; Injured. 17,325.

"Men's hearts ar..," says D)r. 11lll11,
filled with longing for something bet.
ter and finer." Why, then, do they
hesitate about the better and finer
lonne't for wifey? asks the louisville

Carnegle hasa irpassed all his for-
mer philantbropbles by his donation
of $10,000,000 to pension college pro-
ftssors. This time he la putUing his
money whern It sl needed, declares the
Birmingham (Ala.) Age-Herald.

Hero is a fact that. city folks should
remember when they are poking fun
at the "country tetiben," declares the
K1anmas City Journal. Farniers corn-
poseh one-half of our population, but
they only -commlinit 2 percent of our

Ihorntns In anythliKg are hurtftil
Steady, perrnftlent and thoughtful work
In what wins In cattli br,-dhling, ro-
murks the Indiana PFarmer. l'ernons
not having tIheeH qualiithl are nut
ittl -i for thb, work and had better 5go
at Morni-thing elsoe,

The SHwIlM althorlllt- would M'ntd
I'rlnc'.s (i'rrtlid,- I- illpplin Alexiin-
dlin Mairlt' AiiitistIn- Itiiulne von INmrn-
Iturg hill-iig'li- WA'ucvht litrs4 bad k to Jal
for d(lbit, lt u lhl-y hlnv no cell ,1 bgI
41ii ilgKl 1 o hodl tlilit IIIii l, w without ln--
r' ai ttiltig on. i h 'gall lry.

liny tidl drorn are theli king e rpll of
(ho ilnilry ihlt. IIavowM Itih MnIta(chH(IIu-
-Itih 'l.itiihmln. Th, fitrintr who
kiiiktn tlien momt of thlnl will minl
pr-tty hclios, to p1iiling hist fiirm on its
own fi''t, anid his Iroflls will stay at
horno I0iIstead of glolnK mioltly to the
fetd stour.,

One of Iti, li w nwnt "c'iire'" i Ito Eat
Its mit Ic ani y(ou (li for ihirire weeks
of tht month, and diet youri'lf rigor.
oiily (1 rliK I lliu fourillth. In thlil way
It I 4 fo niit1l )itl il!il, tIo ( 1ll0illln 1he
liilviititilugt'M of i 'ftt ,ldt' ilnl w tllh I tlit
pl <, iirn.tr n of I th lit l,, i idii.4 I.tj l l i
l'thllll (.ilditillili.

In tiE' hutl Ih o t i f 'Il' Ii.' l triall
lt<.vh w \Villiln linw hil ,i d h i tll ..
(1le'ilW' o VI ww fiurt i li t w hl lil l y 'V li-i (I
-tii.liblloh r In ,lii Ai1n wit llii t Iin t ills i
for thi plrolt.tiotn oif t'liiiition anid il-
lind Inii-lthin'ry. OUri of tlhtni IH lIt
Tobbli, whlre tlh, ,l(ictrhi roitl I, op-
orated lsy Kg' nitratlrn of iloei tt h' Iii n-
ufatul'e'. lUp to thie iliriM-ilt li, noli
machine huvilug a greatc-r eaurity
than 373 htor,'piwt'r Itis Io'rui Iiilidl,,
lint thi', in no i telliinK whi i tlhtiil lin.-
it will hi" xrre''dlel MItr-iover, fir
ll htling lind irolly Illt'.s l y n'niie i.
able clnintinl iit i t, i t I. Imply Isy in-
crr'asl iKg tile' tiii ti-br oif i t liuniiii s In

No w ltii n it v, I ril-,' ci I11i t hnt'i n
onli n i l'r t whi'l t I It itili ; I ifly
lpoNi litI It h iy \litl I' I if I i e' < i ili (
(tor of I1't c It'it / 11' ll:i i '- i t I t. It il' i n
w1 iMt. W\i'allh it I tn n t r 'i< iotl< > fli
iand on lot A ntil lis.. i tnlill i n I 11
hlona4l l"'tp .'> tilly. '"lh, h iiin): .l l
of piriHll" ar ilthoi tro,' ir wlIir l i thilts
r ,ptillllh' Ir tr iostin It O hi,ll r it lwl. 't;;it
llg i14lf. IU 11wt Wi(w hi 1l .' tle t : vt
wh 'n w'ult:i In ol iincr, avenitint tIlia
chlarnm'-r. And pil I iiclaily wlinn
this I)Peromepi trio ofi Ain'rniu politl.
its. Whilult io ilti for the biit'. It in
futile to ignore certain oniilnotiit sIgiis.
The senate is todily slilitingly ipokllki
Of as "a rich muan'1s hHill." The gr'ati
weatil of Its members dot's not., il
the wlaole, bIspeak the liArgit iintl.
llgence and the bighlet character of
the nation. It flr more readily sU*g.
agest "the shining Idols uf pr At."

A 'T itllitlihaSi' nows ittiEm Slitf 4 t Ihi'
A .1. (ohliigali. a Rwolod ridorr for lIll
YtagK*r & Halt)r Tilrixntiei' corn'in
1ny, w 414 i instantly 1kill r'i il y a nlii rs
lat H ttliirlil y il tils i luyer was 'liri
indI killed l by a Mr. Lafringst ii A
rowld oif lo'-gro,' hul g;ifh'rt'd aroinii
the rcoiirnlisary anil w. i,' artliiin *Ili
nolsy manner, (}ohaigani sitppe'd (ill
! t (lqliti. thom when a ni'gro i smilIzi-I ;
lhnitgiliu aind filled, killing himn. O)thr
iwlilti r min wi'ro in the cominimtary,
lidil whin' Ithey culinm to i it l)oour they
wrr' holt at by the negro. O()n,' of
lh'lit. a Mr Langsttion. nlirrowly ii 114
'ri| Illv lig 1 I ll-l. 111 K got ; killing illll
pii I il tliar i li-l t %i, i i'ir i f ll, li ir
liill w(i tviii' t.l, i r1 I 1thA

I is )llti li- i ul r t lhll ha t l pro, lt' i : ,r. i
iSI y Hi III t 111 vi' itl le',it i-s, l1li li-n tl i id I
i,illlllt v 'oi n llEl iis t loill t of i i ll llt li l 1
? li t IiXf i i l l llt W tl I h il n iri i r' S |'fill illIM l tflor ilr pil ila It at' t(n t1
il'rt l1r wh i tiht0 thI Ilool %%i'l sn:1
ir o Ii in *,illI that over two hi
il r ',l I 141i I i !i 101i 4 th il ri'iili r il | l\
law lavi I ven lit14t11It 1o tt.hese pl'.
iti n "I'tih ,r diry i" have t I ,en pi rit
Illarly )I tiv oi f |lat' and they xpri,--i
tht'llin lv 'n iin ,4 nii rely )hifonsl| \l!th
ite l# ir om nit tr nil (of piblli opin linl Itlppri to I i coni hil silt of thi, iv
%lilt I i 14 tislr plan to hal%, t|h>
S 1.ll tl .l ,. l il .i| th. il th# i l t,'s l nill
linlvy t if,1 id Jil (II e way or th is o ll1,r
y clleihr 1.

\ (' \~'W st. er' i li'k, ofi thi .li, k.
I Ill l l tl'r ll ll t ll |lIO .\11 14 slit f llt il i 1f t l
i,,l 0i 1'ii 1 i hcill <>w i)', I ll ,'lin 'l l f ii
I l ,' ,f tfil .l;r i, n il il t' ( lin li Ill I nl '
I ll' I \ : ll lit i l t. if %11 i t l' I *: i*l
i tf 'b ,l1. \ I g l I iitl Il4i) ii| l \ %0 1 1i
it $ l ,' i l I n < | : 1 1 'Ifr f l l I' I
S ll ti i n l ( m ill t lll'e' l lit r lll .'
I, \ l l fill&l I ll, #, lw I Si '.l ll I
'iI l '. .ll l ill ,, il t pt l h lIlll ll ,
,llin l11 r ;if in h'li nl oll Sil l4 1 ,l:1 .\ \\'l,,
I il , ,( ) [ 1 1 f ill t : l i l I '
1'r ,' 1i11 l l\ i( t'1 ,' 'ii\\ \\ r' ',' '

h'I' hi I i ltn I Of the- $1 .'. -' i
4lis O, Ill il'\ 1 i 11 HTiii & I' tn 1P %
Iv; prol|n r'1 1i thr dt' l *o a q I 0
1 ,11 l ltJll I'! 0 itlu Ihi l, hi t ( 1 p,4 !, i' .1
cil\ I 'of i Tampai)& I llponme'iMOolt o(f i,-i
**i! v nill < o i;iminitnat e,Il h t nr- .i ,i
in thi ulitllilllll5 l OWtWlrltihll) A ll I I I I r
Itit ocriIpeinli ts f l tf I It hotef l ha'e I e ni
S orderlred l t ao v at'i ., niil th hi tnilli. '
will bie los l peiiettlingp the takliti (t.
an Inventory of its contents.

"'1 M r' li.iv, h ,'ii n i ve !\',r i r,'itr l-
S'(l l ly ttille eig nh,, *ll n li i..r i l [is it
.Il ilil. al.i s, rr: it)s l iys i pr -ir-
I, g o ti, s t'i')i l il aI ('orliicom 'i,- w\orki
oit lh' ,'xtx-n' i'n (if the Florilda Eas'
(')ii1't lI always t Ki Key \W'Wist. The
niixlilary sf"'iooii'r NMt. Plh.-ianit and
(itn- of the larirg hliim;t-hoa4t h ]i'Ion A-
rig to the Floridla East 'Coaist Ralk
w ay, havf tak tri thoi'r dtipart iri, for
Ki'y Iargo,. wir- :he first work on
the' k'vy Aihli' wIIi hi' "commncllitnc(td.
Bit h mhlips wr loahdld with too;H,
suiplpli's., etc.. for the 'beginning of
thl.s ga lanth< Inl t Thir,, wi-r#' ,on
liairlil i u iinitl 'r iof e'xpe'rl tincv I In-
,iie ,rsi and otiirln.ii ia'. l.i'ldh >';t aI l!i iil.
I ,'r of il llirt r- .

,A I )tI it. i' tii \ ai ;M sprs ii r in IP'!n-
al-11.l r 4 l 1 111 1 11;m #or ti ts' ('' I 'c m lll
;t ii lhi li li Ilio. I ti h as jl. s
10 ,' flit >~41 i, i t T' i') tl ( 1n 1 ;'ril t r l!('"
i;f l _- r IT. Mlorian ;oi tl Str ,' Siqpl rln-
'04.1h nt .lJohni t iins Th, ',inirmvr !s
i hi i gesil ith hll\ a li ii' l !'-Iil fr:4 in l-
Isl- t rdi 'lr fllr t', i. w ilfully ll s.n'-.
ing hrit ibM f filmii trli, t iiy withioi t pi -r.
Ilislmifn roillil' t M a o i l n for lictil -
Ing, office wilthm:: having a ,ilopl rly
ap; ro l I i oinl .Mr. |hurns was r-
riII v' l for having negl, i til his ,41 y
lIy not Inv, ig ting tliE- ac(mi nt i:4 iof
!,o.l and ilothl r arilc lis ne rdlI in hits
dliparimriii:,. thit it Is all#,; *I allow.
l ing tli ity 1 fl et rei l 1h os!!1().o
\ ho li hol d i ( I)i t il i os for r 1 i, i's'i1lii sitp.

IA ,Ii' l of >III i:it x'\ Ilt S I Val ns
(II'\f in 1 t l' .| f 1 1t d 1a1, Yi ilo t
in n *lit' M i 111 n f ;l ;t 14 0 1 .1 s';1 itor
Si1l 'r )i i t ,i ,\ n i- a iii a d -., %4 -
ll i\ ,, ,!t 1. li'i li I .1:, I .'i *.' I ,r

"I'. ;ii ,,i. 1 :. ,, S. n itina, i l, \ r .il \
I Y1 1 .1\ 1 11, .I *, l l 1 ,i I
4. Il l\ t i;,\ Ni II; 11 ; 1 'I"
I':l l V r ri'n, .'L It .* t' 1 \'. ;.1,' "1 ;l f, 1
* 'l I i 11 1 1 a1 ,' ; ;s I 'W \ ': >'l *'), "

'. *!; V. % '! l ;'*\ i o 'o il 3"r, f ] r I ;'i: ,n ,..,

K" I'e I '. 1 iltiii aitlihti 1.: : ,.
\,i'. f ii'rl tii'erel ,|lTh i n i inr ;s
; : M olli !: 1 11 l i,, 1 ag Rf I it l ;1- 1f
in ir lnilli \\,.-. if .M iani. T .i ,I .:no
wI o-ii it I .1 Sutiirdlay i giht an i
i tilr' lodiir''e ir,. f nili In a drl o i po'i-
,, I i nl mmtlon T h>rI'r, h I 1 ino einm "o)
h1' prwt-tra oms The ronurimint- ;m
i IlCUIV44. s td lin : :.I*gv reward% hl ro
|lhti'tn offri re fior ltho apprehension of
th e pe-iirpniraiitt s Diavin was shot in
the nc'l; and t li, girl throtigh both
I reats.a.


f Florida State News.

Eduoational Board of Control. Arrest of Wilders Causes Surprise.
Governor Broward has announced Following the verdict' of th- coro-
Sbis appointments or the state board ner's Jry charging them with the as
of control under th roviionof the sa.:lnation of Oscar Urafnren at Plant
of control under the rollows:ons of the City, Sm and Hop W:er, memory
BPhillipkma K. oaw of Psacolola;: f one of the county's most prominent
hNathanlllp l damone, of W tPenSprings; famlle. were place the county
Nathanel Adam, of Ar lt pringA. Jail at Tamps. The jury'.4 verdc,'
T. B. King, ofi Aroada; Dr. A. L. was based on prevlomA troubles be-
Brown, of Zustla; N. P. Bryan, of tween the Wilder nd Brannen.
The Jakomember frome. Congressman parkman, whoe sec
The member from the weat lorida retry, George Wilder, is a brother of
district. Mr. Yonge. of Peneacola. I" the defendant, haa been employed to
a prominent business man. Nathaniel dfend them.
Adams, who will represent the mia. nd boarem.of county rome:ssloners
die Florida district, Is one of the moat for Hillsboro hbad unanimoiisly pissed
suereseful of the younger aet of prom- a resolution offering a reward of
rt merchants In Florida. T. B. $1,0 for the apprehontlion, arrest
King. of Arcadia, member from th" and convlctlon of each of the murder-
mouth VlorlJda district. Is a broaI rannn
minded and ureeslpfntl business man ofrann
anti banker, being president of th.i Inventories at Un:versiy.
bank of Arvadia. D)r. A. I.. lrown, AI th,. inv'entori.d anti convCyances
of Ruatia, representing the lmiddll of the propfrtltes of th-. University of
siuotn liorlda district, is a doctor of Florlda at lake City have been eom-
me.dhilne. and a doctor of dentistry, pleted, and are ready for d' livery to
prominent in his part of the s'aft. the board of education. when signed
N. P. Bryan, of Jac.ksonville, li a by thep sere'ary of the university
young lawyer. board.
It will be obnrvyd that In making Al ,.etimatoe and values were
hi appointments. Oovornor Broward ordered to be plarpd at the mini-
has eliminated polltl(s altogether mum, andti In no instance to he
Not a single member of the board has raise above the actual cost or sala-
ever held a political offlc. Another bi pri ea.
strong feature lien In the fa't that it I. ettiniated that the ac'ual mar-
great care has been exercised by thui ketable value of the iand wVil more
governor in selecting gentlemen who than do\ihble the value placed in the in-
will work together harmoniously anti vo,,i, which was t',, price paid for
enorrgetically In establilhilng, evet. fthe land originally. Conservation
hoping and constantly building IIup tihe i men *t ,.rlnte the val' of he. ntire
higher educiatlonal Institutioni s f the, plant aniti 'quill)pmel to be h $2o .,, .
tat ..'.
.Now t hut the 'j)rplj'xlng ltiv" lon oi A IrookMsvll e news itrin says: J.
thef membershlip of the board of toni Hian Aill Norman, of thi- tirp.lntlno
lrol has hmofn illsposeId of, the- matter firm of Norman, Wceks & Co., was
Sof Importance in the selection at a I:t anti killelld by A. n. Ko!gi(ln,
Joint meeting of the loNard of control hit,,. Ki a-gln wac v-h!i;pping a no-
with the Mtite board of di(.rhon of r rmplonilny,,I by Notmnan, when the
the location for the university or th,' lnt',.r aski-I him t'' l's!st. K,'ag ln
state, of Ilorida, and the- Floribl F' fired twlce at Nortman, the s.,cuail
niale c olleg,. Th>e law providls that ho hlttn,; him in thi. sId. Norman
the tbo rdi of control shall t a pt ll t nit l ,j,,,i )lthr,.', rniniin t s ater. Keaggin
and In all things he iirndr tthf t.rol and t i ipervision of it tte o,,,| I |bll v slih-rlffi Ilw. of lirrirando
bli rd of 'diiurai lon. mtin v. KIaggiti r ...,'i' I b tl wa,i:
The moinbers of the- r'nt.' board ,'rtl,w, ..|td li,, :.h. r:ff an, T-Ip.-
otlnH'iotii on ri (lov ernor lio v.iaril l .i AI,* Kii ; i. l dt, .. ; t, I ti) Shor-
SSHecrrtary of .tat< ('riw rrl. 'r.,.State .irrawfori,. 'it I' i in'V ,ii Lil'-
t tir-r ilKnol It. Attorni y (;oiiai E lli n I- '
HIl )| ;ll l : l ,, i ln 'ii I l in l'ilb l', l i, i \ ii ^ i,:a ( .t i r ;; 1i ,i,;i c '.,
h.i inctl.1i Hollowiy.

may be sure Yaeger has It.




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Mill Worl-.-Manutfactuirer of ::: hlindls of roligh and dressed lumber.
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Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on

atte nation. We guarantee our work
Prices reasonable.
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Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.

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fastest Train in World Hits Open
Switch and is Dm0olshed*


'PIAo at Itet of Nearly Seventy- .ve
ales an Bu--Fire. t Wreckasg
Added 1o Mltw*.

WVile traveling at the rate of over
seventy miles an hour, the famous
TwentUeth Century .Imited, the fast-
-st long distance train in the world,
ran through an open switch at the
little town of Mentor, Ohio, east of
Cleveland, at 9:20 o'clock Wednesday
light, causing one of the most hos-
rible wrecks In the history of the
Lake Shore road.
The engine was burled Into the
ditch. A part of the train was crushed
on top of it and the wreck was partly
burned. The horrors of the wreck
were doubled in the horrors of the
The train was crowded, practically
-all accommodations being taken when
It left Cleveland. It was behind tome
and the greatest of speed was being
made to make up the lost t'me.
The official 1;st of the dead and in.
jured as compiled by the offiRias of
the IAke Shore company is as fc!
JOHN R. BENNETT, attorney, 31
Nassau street, New York city.
JOHN A. BRADLEY, Waron, Ohio.
T. R. MORGAN, second vice presi.
dent of the Wellman-Scavers-Morgan
-company, Cleveland.
C. H. WELLCAN, of the Wellman-
Beavers-Morgan company, Cleveland
A. L. ROGERS, of Now York city.
-died in hospital.
S. C. BECKWITH. 115 One Hun-
dred and Seventy-fourth street, New
A. H. HEAD, London, England, rep.
resentative of the Otis Steelve corn-
pany, of Cleveland, died in hospital.
H. H. WI;IGHT, traveling man,
Chicago. D. ARTHIIt, :ra- .-ln n. man. Mi'l\a':-
1:co, (lh(l 'in 1 hr:;pital.
.1. II. GIBSON, C(,icazo tra'; ing
man, (bil in hosp!;0tl. C('lve!:'O nl.
II. C. C. 'HIAN(;, Now York.
I.. M. El:lICK, manager Keith's
theater, Cleveland, killloe in wreck.
be J. A. Johnson, of the millinery
firm of Comey & Johnson, Cleveland,
and Henry Trinz, the h-behr on the
ALLAN TYLER, engineer, Col!ln-
wood, Ohio. diled In hospital.
F. J. BRANT, head brakeman, Eric,
Pa., died in hospital.
N. B. WALTERS, baggageman,
Hamburg, N. Y., died In hospital.
W. D. MICKEY, porter on Pullman
car, Iled at scene of wreck.
The wrecked train was making
nearly 75 ml:,s an hour wh,'n tho
accident ocr rre 1, according to Fire
man Aaron Gorham, of Norwait, who,
lally bruise ,l. but otherwise uninjur-
ed, miractoin'u ly escaTrl ldeatlth.
"We were speeding like the wlnl."
eald Gorham, "wlt'n the ,'nglx,' left
the track. It occurred so quickly
that I little knew what happened
until we crashed into the. Mentler
freight houre. I neither heard nor
saw the engineer after that. Thie
engine overturned and somehow th,'
tank managed to fa:l upon me, but
not heavily, and I was sheltered by
\ It..
D. (. Moon. assistant general siuprr-
intendent of rt.: I.ake Shore, nf'rr
InvestigatIng the cause of the wre k,
made this statement Thursday:
"I have made, a areful and thor-
outgh examination. The switch was
open. I am patlsfl,,l hat omnho'lv.
ha.lng a key. ople'nd the siwtieh witl
' malicious :ntr'nt. The train did.l not
Jumrt p the .ra, ."
"'li .s ip i'eq fo: 1rvi n in t 1\ ", r'k

wcrr, i ~ea:.;i g. Tie right ii 'sla
rave- for I'.-- "c1t fro"' tlle 1I'.17'n,-
wr-eck of 'hi o, oa 11 that wns cruwh'-u
tand splin*erod( on top of the r'ng zr'


9icowerv of Heinous Crime Committed
Wear Miami, Florida
Char' -< E IFa'.'s and hs dan1li'chr.
],:,. w\\,r- found! ,.arv M nilay ,!ial
in their houm'. n,'ar Miami, Fla. The<.-
9 ha! ltein mnirdered
No rl'w" has lI.9n find to poirt"
to any ono. as 'th perprelrator of *hI)
4 ,1'tied. The cimni nl:y iT intenswoiy
The crlizrs of Miami hare offerrl
a reward of $70A. the Merchants' As-
uociation .2*n' and the ZIks 8$20 for
the apprehension of the murderer of
P Mr. and Miss Davis.



arOneq Summer Hotl., the Orvwnrt UnIln
ofr s.... w. ai. I.*tatll., Thiv* 1-el
of All Arthal l Uglit.-Vleao Ina.
aeoasod CawAt a** M -stiak.
Saratoga. Jun. 27.-The very nani'.
"Saratoga." brings to every mind
bhelth-flIlfng qwlpri tinsurpaius1d o-
tels and beautiful drircs. It Ihm. b"n
for many years the, M'Pen for n:1 who
admire nature, enjoy goaod Uring. nud
are sear6cin; for hea:L.i, or are limp:y
taking a vacation.
The Grand Union. the largest sam-
mer hotel In th! United States, ,st
nsmong green trees with its lon witnan
oneloslng a court with ftontaine anti
flowers, grass and trees.' mnnle anni
light.is throughout the season thronged
with guests. With the progresrivo
spirit always bov.-i hby its minnis-e
ment. the Grand Union bha anain a:1,1-
ed to its attractivhniss by Introdinc.
Ing netylelo) gas to m:tl- still more1
brilliant thli earning L)urs. The genial
proprietors b'llveo in fturntl..hln; 1hir
gtat, withl th 1 b.st of oecrythin:.
and now, after in'itleiatin:: tinmi tlind-
ing that Artifivial S'inllight caln be had.
they havo installed *- complt:,to ncty-
lone gas plant to prodi,"m II, and hntve
connectedL upwnards of six thoun:trl
Acty;one, LU'irL'rs la niud about the
Li.Ike mnny ds(11' rris of rre'nt
years, which are coming into popular
favor. ac'tylone, one of thie most re-
cent. is very simply produced. It Is
adopted for ,ise whrirr er n:tlillcal
light is n'odtlrl and the nrccsi.ry ap.
parntus 'ein l)e utirndrstood nind oprr-
ated b)y any on0o.
Thi g .is'er'at" orn 'wh;:.','I Aiietylone
1I prodcIed by t li ettoimnli t'contnct
of enri)nldr andl wnto;' niiigl"t 1 trirmil
a .-ns pint. is It pnrforni:' nil of tho
fiin'tio0ns of fl 'ity 1:1ns pl1int. Tile
.nct 'r ;.--;nrntol' ian b., pI rrlhished
for n fw d lon.lrt's nu4l In nny siz.. fr
oine adopted to furnish ne'.tyleno to
tenll or a do;:'1i tluirniers for a cott: i..
up to the large but still simple uina-
ePhin 1telucl as g q now fuirnishitii. A'ot-
yl0eno for six thousand burners in the
Granr.d lUlon.
Outside of large citlre tlhe lie fAt
Acetyleone is qnite onnimon. Tiho own-
er of the country hloin., noow d-'in:i:o!.i
running water, gns a nd other convoi:.
Onc'os which i n few ynars ago wore con-
sider:'d as llix. ri's. :nidl :t,'Atyl.loil ::is
ha:;s miet his r4quir-moltuits. nnlld giv' s
him an h tter no: l n4 t.,iap't". lii-ht than Is
orlit,:,rily frniiish,,.] inl ;t i,-.
It !. i Nvr.l kn n thi rn'>;)i ;.u d
w !th ,- :1, 11, :11 l')1nr' ) nl l" tlr ;. '.

('; ln i l" th :'ir i nl t Viti;it '" .

T-' Mlnne ota -v'prr'nent Statonn
has ditcovi rod that the- ow Fuff.r from the charactrlstrle iliseaso of
twentleth century civilization, nervoiu
overstrain. She has temperament.
She is over-civilized. "The high
strung cow has no place in the dairy
scheroe: she siho'Td b(e eliminated."
writes Profe'ssor Haecker. The St.
Paul (Globp says. "We think s0mom-
body will strike a blow for this exotic
type of cow. We have sufficient con-
fidence in the world to believe that
It is a respecter of even bovine aspira-
tions, that a vulgar consideration for
cream and steakis will not militate
against the d.v'.opln'iit of th atesth,-
tic nature of th4 o('t c 'ww'er, that .Alhe
'.ill not bhecmirn the' victim of htart-
k's. unriexliting w niceo."

The olil Nt cameian Iif.orgia.
Mrxs. E. K,.nii,,dy, ,nf of tin,, )ldlonlt and
I,. r! t ill,'";l Dlirtrs'- 1l1 < rgia. il 0ttt1 M that
in ali her x eri,**.~ nr'r w\ith Iw,'I trf',Iil'ltm
ani 'hillir'-,n> t: ithlng, Dr. Bligir.e ilinekie.
bL>rry ('orlltis is the tbt r,,nely.
bhjld tby all Dlruggists, 25 an I s'.,. bottle.

IChaite iy t 15 1 a multitld,' of ami, but
it doen-r t rrono'ur thint.


Cracked and Pl elrtd-Water aud fleat
Caused Intenseelan-could4 JJMol
Hous work-Very Gratefual
to Coalle.ur.
'"My hlan'ii cracked and pe1.&',, an! were
A') h<)fu ititias inmo0ib.he for rie ito do my.
ltucw,,rk. JI I lput them in water 1 was
in agony for houte, and if I triel to cook
tai heat c'ausd itetnnse pain. I consulted
two Ino tr., but their Trc' portions were
utterly u-4elem. N 'w aft'r UIIIng one rake
S( tlut. snr.o .' ii ,rl on' box o? I'*uticura
nitnt cnt my i inr',ii are tO' tirey weill. [I
am veryt ratiiil. uI 'wi, .Mrn Minnse

1)rtv, I i).r,.' x"t I, 1ur d. a q

In ePum" part.; of m.l~t sl.(,p ro
uted as bcai-6!C f 121r! a.


Botcolt of Ampricen Goods by (binese
Discussed b- the (.ebiet.
C! i.in-Me- emigration to this coun.
try iand thi ,** 'xirition of ')i,' ('hin'nse .
e '( i on law.s <'ujt.t-;ilit,il t;, prinrl-
SpaI 'opir of diiscrtllion at Friday's
Srilortlig of the chbln<".
While no definite deci:on was
reached it was the expressed opinion i
that amlcab:e diplomatic and trade re-
lationa which this country has always
maintained with China should be co.
tinued if possible. To this end Seo-
retAry Hay will take action on behalf
of this country. i

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Dba11wem7 11090 IAWI0111IE6".
At the blervitil iconvention nft tI.*
Order of 11alwaiiy Confilm-tors, r..cetit'ly
Held at Portlatnd. Orez-oi. r:!sol~i1i':

their Ronflut imeitas atoIt! P v ai-v f lro.
1)4O*-d rFitlm-ny rate 1-i,41ohmi htaiI .11 t-
I .30.0.004) iiI romle,)d e % cs. w l~iow t '3'

I:04)$ ve t l o *':~ it .s!49'rl't ro'lm:1

ifittitud.' of th' lI4'4ii'ls .r l r*\8';'lomriji-
W%'13A. V%', .;tll J I. I I :110wi~'v,

hav b oillr4I oll o'ith C.11 is'*itoll ti llfii
of 1ti lo)lfl. hil; t l)v i ll.-It v r il'':i

rnta 4 jim,1141 iowo'r 11), Li iiit t oit 'll it49

rmi% mc h U irextilliI.I1 t 9)41 "r'itilt lit

itiOU 4a ji'io )a d olf l: )aly n v 'n "I l'''re ill.''a

of tio a ill

Jitv a taI i'mlIIfu 4 I'I 'I L2Vw 1t4 11.3
ii At our lslr~ f A 'l i j r

11Thoy Iftirth:r p ott .-1" it ;tz ii'- I t tli.

I '11 N. ,1. 1 )4')1 :1 g g, 7 %.*. ~ t.1 10) t; 1 '- ; r 1 4! : -1 t I I 4 ,
s af or 0l) u11 fIk4I'm 11-1 !11 .11 ;'11 pro

voi I 21V .011121 Sl~t It I 1'A 11'i 401. I If,, 11

%N1i, 2 4'I I ou t. '!iif lon of 2 A II 2 l, 1 it j 41 -
'ot1''. 4- c. ill' r Imrich OsJ 1011''1 o':IW '.ttV14 j4

pIlilit oa t he fIet thl,::i t1,*1' V.' t',r

tpIrI A nt,1 of the I t .q lmi hll 1 tICPAth o (Ith
ofI li (.I mcrvn. thus mui0i ng t! :ow:,1 v tlr ito
go iitslgn1iflca Irqil b1t11 itlii'sril"i
Till, olidatictlue rm e price In a!ni prt
fo the y rint( 1r 11!Ii i I.N .4

4,111:1South Forsyth St,41Atlanta, Ga.

('o'iap(tve114 ar, I'& i

W1 ilI i. us (f iior atlogue p ns
etc..beforebuinght. 14 wvs

V&A w Checks
That Chckered

$1 00) at nFil dnIv'mcstA omi4r wriitto "
witmnplu b4,ttlt.. fre'e.t i)' this today.

Makes Full Quart Best Wash Bluing
15 ireal. on thop narkPIL. Ask dtl~ar. or via
wil ion Vei y Mail, ;ao 61110up-o.n rte'ips of 1w.
Ins Srvldd4 an ~1r'. Iets
4I4WLCoo 1ol~ulieliie. Ky.

evs.ujC~.0Loviewdie.Xy. opwn the whole
,=rbt 19*41118CO *1111110MW 111&C41aL0 fT's.
milew 8EyWaerwo

Striker are KitUd by W Sacul
Lodz by Cossack Tmo-. rtial
Law to Order.
A dispatch from LAod, Russian Po-
land. under date of June 2S; is a tfol-
lows: "Since early this morning this
city has been in a state of panic.
The strike e s general and all the fac-
tories and shops are closed. Barri-
cades have been erected at many
points. Rifle trolleys and revolver
shots are heard continually. Many
persons have been killed or wounded.
tut It is impossible at present to as-
',.rtain the number with any exact.
tude. owing to the general character
of the disturbances. The mob sacked
a urt~ber of liquor stores and broke
streett lamps. Street railroad traffic
'a interrupted."
A later dispatch says: "Troops have
eortmed the barricades erected in the
plrinc:pal streets by the strikers. Fifty
persons havu been killed and two hun-
dred wounded. Martial law will be
According to advices received in St.
Petersburg the situation in Poland is
again exceedingly serious. Censored
Dispatches from Lods, though, giving
few detai;s, Indicate that fierce street
fighting was in progress Thursday be-
tween the military and the striking
workmen, who barlcaded the thor-
oitghfares in various quarters of the
ct\tv and toflfertl resistance, Ahlich the
itr.)ois imet with volleys. The list of
itu'ti nI wonde(d pretsutnably is
li .'a y, lbut not vl-n an estimate hat
y .t '** n -'' 'vedl, ]tisiHsian corro-
iloindcntt telegoraphing that t)'o
streets are entirely in the hands of
the military and the mob, and that
It !s4 unsafe to venture out to obtain
Lollz has been in a turmoill for sev-
eral days. The strike, which em-
bracma 6l,000 workers, appears to have
on'lrely lost Its economic nature, ana
is now a vast political manifestation.
All forms of public business activist
ha% be'n suspended, the peaceful in-
habltaanta r,'malning Indoors In fear
of their llvir The political z.'al of
the manifestaats has become liflaniel
1,v intoxicanits from the vowlka si hos,
which w( re brok,'n In'o ant, plllagl il.
.A W\";I-itw a strike has ()cnominonrtd
and disorlh.rs are' lookr'il for and tihe
trial of ()krjvy, who throw a lbonim
at n ipollicr' tation March 29i, will prolb-
ab)y result in other bomb outrags.'
\ man was arrest''. TIlsirsilay mnorn.
tn armd wi lth a hoin)b. whi!Ih woa
'vilIntly intti l'id to b e ii'4-l in court
ilur'ing the trial.


Retirement of Grand Duke Alesis Removes
Peace Stumbling Block.
A bh,'ated St. Petersilrg dispat'ich
says: M. W"itto had a long aihllt'o( o
with tlhe' -,niperor on Tiu,,lay. A
;r rmntil''nt Itussian tate'sman who 1
(,on 'ti'r'.|l that. IeacE' will Ih ;fhi' oit-
c(ril of the Was'hngtoin miotlin, is
i '",; rt aI sa m' HI Ig
"Japan t. rIy (
i, i ti ,i)n ,! ii .1 ; ,- '* .\ !:tl rl's .
'\ .r'f< 0 < i rT rk r tl tlt .it '
fi ' 1 '", ;, l I frfit u 12( L i '-
k l( lt' -" ;)" + n1 1 li r': ,> a ni; .,+

J)lu ,a I* .I. pr)l -i' o ur p tl' |t. '* "

MITl(IIlllt GUI 1411 Of 8000DI.

Partner of Oreqon senator resviuq Chain
ol built in rlelimont.
At T',) ril. (Ir *'on 'rllavy, th'

. ;:t.a'',r .I, n M .'fh4'll i by t 'f:o prjli e' it
.' r !. ' < *, ':i' I. i ".T annt r,
't; i a r .'':l of alrite' .i-'ilnrit Ti.' f, 'l'r l sf tw a (',tl co in|:'
tI'l I .y .M;'' h-'.. Tanner t '.d of agrt.
n,,nmt ta.l'e Iy. himself with Kritbs
1n 1 lInsMn T)o xiedlto ltmher clains,
Ihirough lth' general land office anl
a;:plicatlon of the feres received there.

for to the 'arnings of the flrl anl
the divialan of the fees at te endl
of each month. Mitchell ,ceiving
half. I


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Practical Plumbing.

Tin Work of All Kinds.






Judge Sper So Cheracteriae Actlos el
6Suthbeetern freight Assocleties.
Argument closed Thursday at
noon In the suit before the federal
court at Macon of the Georgia Saw-
mill Aasoalation agalnast several of
the southern railroads arlaing out of
an ,effort to put an extra 2-cent rate
to the weit on lumber from Georgia
and Plorld allis. A sevemr arraign-
ment of the Southeastern Preight As.
soclatlon at the hands of the court
was the last and most Interesting fea.
t-urt of this caso. Judge Speer's
words were:
'Counsel on both slRles have doubt.
less gathered from tho intimations
of the court, what we, may as well an-
nounce at this time, that the South-
t.astern Freight Atssoviation is in
view of the evidence regarded as a
tranisparent scthetme to avoid the ef-
fect of *h aoil comblnitiln4 in restraint of trade.
While ths! in true. whether or not
the rates involved In this case and
Iut In force as the result of the
action of that association are unrea-
sonable and violative of law, must be
determined afler further considera-
t Ion.
J.ldge Speer then stated that the
rnan would be taken under advise-
menit together with all the argument
and testimony which has been offered.
antl sald a decision would be reached
as soon as pcrsiLt'e.


Tokio Hears of further S.ccesse. of Jap
Iorcep in Manchuria.
The fo!lowtng olff !al ,li-paT'( li was
ree,- .ill in Tol.io Sun l'ay from tho
Japane.'se, ht'adqwtarters in Manc'hur!a:
"T-'e 'en-nmy ho'lliriz the' northwi.tL
rmilrnence of Mainc'i< 1itol waxs act;k-
r,1 an! i s':;ot ieil In the afternoon of
.Jiint, 2".i. Iu n portion of the eun'my
liitl,'n: 'he hil;-, to the west offere.l
'itt',rn toistanice, and the hills woro
finally t.iken by assanut. Another
for, ( of thli enemy holding the hills
di.' n,.''i was attackoIt from the front
artl ,,' sinmurltain'ouly resorted to a
turning movement from the northwest.
Intrt-cpting h!s retreat and causing
him theavv ltos. The enemy in con-
Sfis;ort holted the Red (Cross flag, but
thb did not stop our firing. and ho
fl'ed In disorder. His strength in c;.
niry and Infantry was some 3.000 men
and several runs. Fifty corpses were
left on the field. The enemy's losa
was fully 200. Our loss was Inllgnals





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tI i tr ,itctjoi -i ie Icc] .~i 'n w r 1..*
vhg "- A, ta.imiem A."',ii, Imturet
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to vilsmoifidstrr,'i l ipotaray'Ii I fave' c'e'
If' ced I OrtleooIfis gdre'r#p e'ee iltS
/cm ie,o/vr It Is -kiff~fuiali prot'jisea e.
-i a in cit c i 'grue' eI orftine! i nc fruicn it
newsrfI e'e t el e w 'o f e eel A ;or r h cit te'InIeI- 4 #11is.i'i
Ali f11(F 11,41d fleeig r'11 I'a d 10ob- 'if *anec im "1'
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An Apt Reply.
A touirl t who wat sitillng rupor
TArh 'rtie" onre wiped to test the
allhege'd hcarneter of hlrlhhvi"n for
polli neliC. Now there was a regit
lar squall on. And t a moment whiln
the old boatman had all his energiept
hent to keep the little craft before
the wind, the Inquisltive onv leaning
ovtr to the old boatman sh nited In
his ear. "Very little wind today.*
"Very little, indeed." wats he reply
"but what there Is of it is m'ghty

Two thousand copies of a pamphlet'
by Tolstoy against militarlism hanv
been destroyed by the Berlin police.

IrPNt To( olR ItrAiERA.
l(itcnlr Hlndc lslin f tor the lioltd.
If yvt effer t itfr ii il .r., 'e-rems. l'roruila,
l',", it l iN i. pe An.'-r, r. a llni eore* llt'ti g
i'khi, |IlrIcplei le ii., n. lic p ni rlsi l awelllngi ,
.tIruitlain. 'airrh. or iany bloe- cri kin
,lli"- ,. e Si|line v u teIe le t lk ll,,taito. li.lpd
Itdin (11. it. Ill. E .|fully nre<.iini.r-Mided
f,,r ,,>lI. ,i il hltlit | .t,. ,. t,,,| >'w l., 'tlrv-i
A It re Jcll i. ," ll., ,l l l, rv rv 4 ,r-. iiil'
ti l o, Ilie dl pur' irel .ri rh, Klves II i- k Ice t l I.
i h f low lf Il ettoh, trcui#lInll1 ,il I-i
litII li', tll :1 I,eIl|''IM r. t l ti, :e t.' i o .
,. a |. j' r'' i.r )iq il,|. s.iini l., m ilt Ire.,. 1, wi ;,ii. (
1 i l,i r m Iwa i it,
i r.,il~l.. nit i fr,e vtr,.u i'.'il asi I.e 1-i'et Icl
'"i ',| Ie-tlher. Me'< 'll'i aei'lla l t on .li i(e.,

i'ilc't et ',t.Il', P int and .Anlitla a)lIs arT
to L be tai lit jil j.(tat .


A Novelty in Traneportation Recently
Put In Gervioe in Cleveland.
A novelty In t'ae war of tranjiporta-
tloa bas been recently put In service
at Cleveland. In that city most of
the freghbt houe., coal yards, lum-
ber yards, and many manufacturing
plants are located in the flatx along
the Cuyabogsa River, while the city
at large is on a level 5, feet higher.
A va4t amount of teaming is done
from the flata, wagons following a
roundabout course up the various
bills, and carrying ih -h ligghter l(iad
thal the .amen horscA could easily
pull on t'5o level.
It requires thirty mnnutas to an hour
to make tae cilar), the strain on
horses and wear and tear on vehi-
cles and equlpmert being ex A rolling road was d':igned by CoL.
Isooc D. Head, of Cincinnati, to ob.
viate tbit. It is proAhly the flrst of
its kind in the world. and was built
at a cou-t, exclu.ive of preliminary
i(models and de.lgn., in the neighbor-
hood of $100,000.
The rolling road i. located on the
shortest and most (lirert liue from the
flats, with a rise (,f 5 feet in 4O20
f,'..t. It con.f'. of an endless belt
und platf)urm made of planks. eig'at
f.'.-t lu,::g placed tranr.-versely of the
road'..ay an.l lLounlli l. .ita angil. Irons.
T'lh.'y are e.'cuirely fa.;,ts d tog('ther
In trucks of t wo plaTIKx A iJc'h, atljolin-
i:Ig true L(.'ig C .rl; ('C* d by heavy
..,ir:4 tj fijrm th,: c(')iti.niu ijij rcad- i
'I hr railway r;ir4 <(n somrne four
thoiiut ar. ia'.ia wht.eis in which, to
r-"ii e fr.-'tloua and wear, a special
tviw. of Hyatt roller hearing was suc-
C(t ,fully litro et'il t'.e roadway revol( a around an
iniiren'e sheave, the re-turning belt
riinuniig underneath (anwl wrong side
up) on Idlers to a similar she.ave at
the lower end.
Ijoaded wagons drive on the road-
way at the fot of the hll, the wheels
being securely clamrn)pi to prevent
backward liMling. After a signal has
been given to the operator in ttie con.
troller hoiise at tried top, the road Is
tartelA, horsitHet aid wagon remaining
Statllonary on It till the top I, reached.
At the summit the roadway again
sl'wv down, and the. wagon drive off.
The unconcern with whicli horses
make the trip Is iiurlipr7'ng. T'ey
are 'ildom alarrmnd even for the
flrt rtime. and after itwo or three ridisa
takit it qtil'o as a niettter of court e.
The rollingi; ratl ait';ii[in4 a rnmaximu ,
sp'erI of thr, inlill' pei' houi r, anl is
driven by fiir *'ri nmo'ors pla,'(d
fit regular inte rit al::i long its IirieKti,
thi bi e lIt l 14 e'ridle:',s and calri h taoln
opoirateid bl a Asinll e'tllrllr 'r. As
tho It It i 4 ntidll.m t nd f ican to
at any point f rid as frequtiently as
tlesir il) E've' .l wagiiionrl call hie lan-
l 'ied lit ,ilon e,. iinl 'l, :it is .-,;mlln,;vhat
in ll Ilt, I natiI ,' tif a "(C'O till il.Ils pIer-
formni ciu e'," o'i.r, tolm l t hi, -. nlle tilli, o ll o ,..i oft
a;t I!..' t!,. ; ir4 s.tat iiln.i nit-an
S ii l'e at *> ;iil is pl) :in s alit g the
reail. As n ii.iY as six w;I.'InsI havec
w.1 ii on 11Ih :'r,;il at (on 11 tilmic, anll
inlnKeo litai wa v,ghlng .S l ,t pounds
(i1.1 leudiig we.iglit of a I'(oins and
blorne.s) linvt btien tiindlod ltJniultan-
ei wly) w l'l ,ht rs, ;ilrmot las heavy,
'Th i' av rani;',* t. me for a wagon from
liottom to tol, it.rliuli,,. .t',i 4 niaile
for otlber t, g;, t (in aini aff. Is from i
tCiree to f it r uiltitt'.s.- Sl entiIllC

'IT ''4rerrfTirl'ti[,,,n cl>r i. s ri* rtiftle' (lr't ir '. ,*, n', Pr Kliir,'4 fire-it
'r x lt, i nrrr.t-_'t r2irt' I' :tlo au'l t riet'l,?R frne
Dr. It.l4.KI. isk Itl lAr.ha t. l' a., a'.
<'ar' )it ,,i. cl ,itia lt i M rtun a worm
f.erli. l, li rn I enu htr b|act
Use Allln'* Froo.t-lRi.
It Is the only cure for Swollen, Smartln=.
Tiredl. Achnlui, llt, HweatlK Feet ,Cora and
Juualori. A*k for Allen's Foot*E-e, powder
tobeshaken Into the nho. ('urea while you
walk. At all l)Dri g Istand iloe Htore, '40o.
Don't acept nv n mbstIltutee. Sample ant

The ri'',tI f r rnpiii typewrtinig is 20,000
w )!tde a 1)ani i tli liio .ll
M.re.Win.lw Soot hine Syrup for Chlildren
t''t hI ilng. i', I t in tI nie .,rotliu etiiflamnia-
tl ,ni.alle nt i inin.'ure'swlnd coil', '.s .a bottle.
I,''ieit (',C 'fint. th Russian Ami anMsador,
wt ,ir< a sinigi c r\t, ;:ass.
Pl,,'' ''jr' tr fr('onsetanrmptl'n inan Infallble
fnEt,'lllne for ,mi'tial anti coldh N. W.
Anutl.. .(-rtn tirovoe. N.J., Feb. 17. o100.

'l'ie nw ei.: wg"P.iltrr' f it prfe'eenr in
11-11 % iAidl I '~'o!"-.0 01aa tt !r leal tthan$40W1.
Itch cured nloen K)neiu uby WVeviftord'
ISomtta 'i.or Lotion.Noel.'e'e' oi Olee11all
dru m~q.$1.Smail orders ipr mpo? ti IleA
itdfgtIR. EI h'lc'iont. traw ldrJAv')lle.ad
N.'rvoyi yas III, -lit .'3k0 utille. Wide in the

0',te'nd- l'. wbat's an infurnal ma-

Ila- Why. a Vieinograph running
after p1ndrlght, my son.-Columbus


"The Blues"

Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement in.
Women-Thousands of Sufferer Find Relief

How often dowe hear women say: "It Dear Mrs. Pinkbam:-
seems as though my back would break," ,* Ifeel itmy duty to tellall suffin women
or "Don't speak to me, I am all out of of the relief Ihave found in Lydia Pink.
sorts?" Thesaeignifacantremarksprove aen edetaking theC ompond I suffered
that the system requires attention. everything with backaches,headaches, men-
Backache aund the blues" are direct strul and ovarian troubles. I an complete-.
asymptoiem of an inward trouble which ly cured and enjoy the best of health, and I
will sounitr or later declare itself. It owe itall to you."
may be caimed by diseased kidneys or When women are troubled with irreg.
some uterine derange-ment. Nature ular, suppressed or painful menstrus.
requires assistance and at once, and tion, weakness, leucorrhea., displace-
Lyt.ha E Pinkhlam's Ve\getable Corn- nmnt or ulcerat!on of the womb, that
pound instantly abserth its curative hearing down feeling, inflammation of
powers in all tho;sepeculiarailments women. It ha.s been the standby of flatulence), general debility, indiges.
intelligent American women for twenty tion and nervous prostration, or are be-
years, and the ableht specialist agree set with such symptoms as dizziness,
that it is the most universally success- faintness, laisstude, excitability, irrita-
ful remedy for woman's ills known to iity. nervousness. sleeplessness, mel.
medicine, ancholy, "all gone" and want-to-be-
The following letters from Mrs. le.ft-alone" feelings, blues and hopeless-
Holmes and Mrs. Cotrely are among ness, they should remember there isone
the many thousands which Mrs. I'ink- tried and true remedy, Lydia E. Pink-
ham has received this year from those ham's Vegetable Compound at once re-
whom she has relieved, moves such troubles.
Surely such tenstmiony is convincing. No other medicine In the world as
Mrs.. .G.olmes,of Larimore, North received such widespread and unqual-
Dakota, writes: fled endorsement. No other medicine
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:- has such a record of cures of female
I have miifferedw everything with backache troubles. Refuse to buy any substitute.
and womb trouble--I let the trouble run on
until my system was in such a condition that F A iC T WO
I wam unlLe to be about and then it was I FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN.
ommren('d to us Lydia 2. P'nkham'i V%09" Remember, every woman is cordially
table Compound. If I had only known how
mnuchhuffering Iwould have saved. I should invited to write to Mrs. Pinkham it
have taken it months sooner-for a few there is anything about her symptoms
wpeks' treatment mademe well and strong. she does not understand. Mrs. Pink-
My i a'kaheas and beadachbesare all gone and ham's address is Lynn, Mass., her
I uiffer no pain at my menntrual i*riods, advice is free and cheerfully given to
whereas btfor'e I took Lydia E. irinkhain' every ailing woman who asks for it.
Vegtabl (oupoud I suffered intensepai."Her advice and medicine have restored
Mrs. Emma Cotrely, 109 East 12th to health more than one landred thou-
Street. New York ( ity, writes: sand women.
Ask Mrs. PIikam's Advice-A Woman Best inderstamds a Woman's Ills.

OUARANTlKD CURS for all bowel treable, appendicitis.l llouines, be breth, bedb
blood, wind on the stomach, bloated bowels, foul mouth, headache, indlgestioU, plmples,
pains after e*tlag, liver trouble, sallow skin and dissiness. When your bowels don't move
regularly you are sick. Constipatlon kills more people than all other diseases together. It
starts chronic ailments and long years ofsuffering. No matter what alle you, ctart tcknag
CA8CARETS today, for you will never get well and ity well until you get your bowels
right Take our advice, start with Cascarets todaysan er absolute guarantee to cure or
money refunded. The genulne tablet stamped CC C. Never 3old In bulk. Sample sand
booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicrgo or New York. s0"

Truths that Strike Home

YTour grocer is honest and-if he cares to do so--can tell
you that he kniiows very little about the bulk coffee he
sells you. How can he know, where it originally came from,
how it was blended-or with what
S-or when roasted? If you. buy your
coffee loose by the pound, how can
I you expect purity and uniform quality?

eeeselty unUorm laquality,
stI..gtb and flavor. For OVER A
baa been the standard coffee In
lniel.. of homes.

o S ~I UON COFFEE to .,an pn-.rsn
O M at teteraies, amd until opeae IN
W home. i m o ehaiee .o bel*g 4sm1-
terated, or et elo wing emeulet with dwst
dirt. germ, or milesma and.
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
pound of Iure Coffee. Insist upon getting the genuine.
(Lion head on erery package.)
(Save the Lion-beads for valuable premiums.)
WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Cilo.

"An Oklahoma youth proi)spe,.1 to
gIve different xirls within an ihour."
'WVhat was hll hurry?"
"He wanted to bave all the fun he
could before Oklahoma was admitted
to te Unlio."-Cleveland Plato
s~ense -- S- --**.. .. .

To cure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try It? Prioe Sof.



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JOM & LcLm. Mblh=ser.. Allen Geeghaga She nd i c bye Pac ae Se e from Atlanta to Near Sek DeP. Phae ua.
PULID VY ID MORNING. wa d N Polnta. The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
PUBu EDm VY DAT MOXMG. m M m Portsmouth, Va., May 10, 1906. Pyi emA Md all the time. Prompt delivery, and sat-
FHom ear em j^*i n1. isfactlon guaran td.
LOCAL AN MAL Smith Creek, J .-Mr. Allen The Seaboard Air Line Railway an- ....... J. W. DOLLAR.
SGhaa was shot and killed bout 5 ounce the inauguration of through
Hon. Robt. McNamee, of Tampa, was p.n y by Howard Stadfo (col- Package Car Atlanta, Ga., to F.. AS.
city this week. ord). Bye witness sas that Stand. J6alsAvilla Fl, proe0r, and Florida of th N a Spety. To close out soon; the drug store and
Mr. Geo. Lewis has returned from a ford was mad with a n7o laborer of I t- ,s fixtures of R. L. Collins, drug tore in
weeks outing at Lanark. S & Y er ad h lt or his t m.,fowing atMasonic building will be sold at a great
breech-koader to "fix" him. Mr. Geo-J--"-.acgain.... n., fo wn a--
Miss Margaret Cotton left Monday S an went out to t o Sandford noon schedule of hours. Shipments omflee I *e o al fty brgan J. G. Co-UMS,
for her summer outing in North Caro- f3d wa 5uadin him not to have will ready for delivery at our eight aIe. Administrator.
lina. ,any twoub th e b t a one deot, foot of Julia street, Jackson.A- -i. ..
Mr. D. M. Lutz left Thursday for a do axe. As Mr. Ge an ote,_ ing morning a s --
summer trip to his old home at Hagrer- through talking and started bk to the This car will also contain freight for 4.d/ ,..a a...e.aname._(-x.eJtdhb^>^.jg
town, Md. comaiS negro ~ .eurinj Tamp, Orlando, Gainesville, Ocala,
New lot of umbrellas and paraols him, nd Mr. GeouhIan turned round I Oak, Tllahassee and other Florida q
cheap at Evans. Standfora fired, tmeod of bukot Juntlon points, which will be transfer-
Dr. C. M.Ausley has bought an in entering his breast, and he fell and died into rnninfro P T N IO LO N ,
terestioMr.'withutsJackeonvifltoo e points, and should u,
teret in theturpentin. tae business sta of Mr. Srt to run. Mr. Noah reach destination the second morning
H. J. Richa and family left for antonwas st ng lose by, and after arrival at Jacksonville. .
Mr. Raney and family left f commenced to shoot at Standford who Package freight from Birmingham, E JW E LE R i
South Carolina last week where he will returned the fire, one of Standford's Knoxvll e, Chattanooga, Rome. ash- .w"
make his future home. shots just missing Mr. L n, nd ville and western points routed via At- Repair or a pety.
LaConte pear shipments are going one buckshot hitt Char Henry in lant and Seaboard Air Line Railway, Rep Wor a Specialty.
forward to the market now every day, the breast. Standford entered the or via Birmingham and Seaboard Air
and good prices are reported. spirit shed and continued shooting from Line Railway, will be transferred into AU W DOb Prom t,. SetiaC4O, Guarantee,.
Embroidery greatly reduced next there at the crowd. Every negro that this package car at Atlanta. tronJe,
week at Evans. rduced had gun was there and ll were busy. We respectfully solicit your patronageVELY .UILDING, TALLAA
Mr. J. W. cCord and daughterThey made it too warm for Standford, in sport of this excellent service. q U I L A
Miss Pearl, have gone to Hampton and he broke through the side of the R. 1. Cheatham, A. G. F. A At- 0
Mis Pearlg hav t e gn owpnshed towards the river, with about lanta, Ga.; J. G. Cantrell, A. G. *I. A., W^- e-
Springs to spend two weeks. twenty wFites and negroes in pursuit. Birm gham, Ala.; C. P. Pitchford, C.
Mrs. F. R. Lamb, proprietress of the Standford was captured before he had A.. Atlanta, Ga.; ( S. Allen, S. F. A.;
New Leon hotel will leave on an ex- run 400 yards. Being exhausted, Mr Atlanta, Ga.; E. D. Kyle A. G. F. A.,
tended trip to California about the first Saucer took him in his buggy to the Jacksonville, Fla.; C T.axton, C. A. ..
Ofienta J ly. e in white and cream justcooper shop, where he was paced under Jacksonville, Fla.; W. F. Mundee, T.
Oriental lace in white and cream just ard and a magistrate,uststice of the F. A., Tampa, Fla.; A. D. Williamson,
in at R. J. Evans. eace R. Don McLeod, Jr., of Sopchop. T. F. A.,* Live Oak, Fl Lies in the Comfort it As-
Senator Zim, of St. Augustine, was py, who held an inquest committing
at the capital this week looking after Standford to jail without bail. W*m*h of t World. la a
the interests of St. Augustine before Much credit is due to the colored peo- The Woodmen of the World of Talla- sure. I have a Large Line
the Board of Control. ple who aided in the capture of Stand- hassee held a very interesting meeting
Mr. and Mrs. Dexter M. Lowry are tord and helped to guard him. last Thursday evening, several matters of the Best and Most Com-
pleasantly domiciled in the Spiller cot- -- of interest to that fraternal order being
tage on East Call street formerly occu- IANONIA NEWS. discussed. There was uite a good at portable Makes.
pied by Mr. Ed. Rainey. While Rev. E. E. Rose, of Brinson tendance and a very pleasant evening
The numerous parties constantly Charge. South Georgia Conference went was spent. At the close those present
angtrog her u n t to attend te district confer- enoyed a watermelon cutting, a plenti- D. R. e OX Draiis t.
passing through hfuuplyhavingebeennprovidedbyfsub-ovlo n. .-
Gulf, attest to the popularity of our ence of the Thomasville district, his si o f t e roidend bt su... .. ...
seacoast resorts amongst our Georgia wife spent the week visiting her sister, script on from those present. It is de- le N
friends. Mrs. A. C. Dickey. "Uncle Billy sinterestin ask to br ing s
The perfection of light-running sew- Dickey being a delegate to the district so intendance. Tias ltoge has a ood mem- full at-
ing machines-the ball-bearing Wheeler conference, went to Metcalfe and took bershi in Tallahassee and t re is also LOOKING OVER
& Wilson. Sold by L. C. Yaeger. the train for Pavo, Ga. He returned nice Nodge at Woodville and the or erER
last Saturday and reports a fine meet-
Miss Clem Hampton expects to leave ing, full attendance and delegates roy aTords safe and very reasonsil le :nku'- sa t ST the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
Saturday for Asbury Park and Ocean all entertained. emb earnship of thes two losired to run the
Grove, N.J., to attend the annual con- wn Trice of Panacea accom membership of these two lodges to the ure for (the horseman. The showing of
vention of the National Education Asso- anied bs Miss FlorW. T rice, of Panaceawell, came hundreds. If you wish to join a Irater- od .
citation which meets there July 3-7. anied byrom Tallahassee by way ofme nal order that is doing much good all good acclimated
New shirt waist linen 25c., at R.J. onticelloand Metcalfe to visit rela- over the United States in furnishinHORSES
Evans. w ties and friends in this vicinity. On protection to families of its member- .HOS
George Haile has sold his fish market Friday last Miss Howell returned to ship, at a low rate, ask some t mmb of every (kscription is an interesting
business to Frank Alexander and he her home. Mrs. Trice remained at Mr. of the Woomen to tell you all about it
will take charge Monday, July 3d. Mr. Ferrell's until last Sunday, when she and carry in your application at the one.
lftile returns thanks to his customers went to visit her parents at Dogwood, next meet pendnt takeout some ng. Those in need of busineng. horse or
for the patronage they have given him where she will remain a week or so, be- f you have depndanttake out some Those in need of business hor or
in the past and asks them to continue fore returning to Panacea. Her sister, nurance in e nf Woodmenof the World, drivers should see these animals.
to trade with his successor in business. Mrs. Ferrell joined her in the visit to McabeThes for the Fraternal Union ofrd
Hon. John W. Henderson as mayor, Dogwood on Sunday.. Ae safe Tesurance at thel owerst There's a grand lot to select from.
representing the city accompanied by Deo Volente, the annual picnic, will give you ae urne t the lowest t
a committee of the Are company con- take place on the 4th day of July next, rate .. Prices are right.
listing of Mr. George E. Lewis, Dr. F. at the lamonia Lake Basin. Come MoNethers Neetlag.
Clifford Moore and Mr. Lewis M. everybody, bringing well filled baskets At the residence of Mrs. C. B. Gwynn | F W A\7 Feed and Sales Stable,
Lively went to Atlanta Tuesday for the and let us have a good time. last Friday afternoon, the Tallahasste L. I. vA Y 140 South Adams Street.
purpose of putting Tallahassees claims I The weather at this time promises to W. C. T. held a most interesting and l A 1 out m s to
for a lower rate of insurance before the 'give the farmers a fair chance to clean helpful Mothers' Meeting. Personal...
Southern Tariff Association. Dr. out their cotton patches. 'invitations were sent out a few days
Moore was unexpectedly detained at Last Friday Mr. E. J. Dickey, with previous and many mothers responded STTLE SUPIRLATIVI
the last moment and could not go with Miss Jarie Lou Doss, went on a visit to 1i b their presence. The numbers on .
the corrimitt e. relatives in the capital city. tie program were carried out in a 'its serene atop the rigs we have for
Easybright cleans everything to be Nw of N .n pleasing and creditable manner, tnd hire. They're easy running, of course;
found at L C Yaeger's aheews of ridan. everyone present felt helped and ,
foud We have been informed that the ne- Meridian, June 27: s rengthened for more effectual service the horses that drw them are man-
ror who plead guilty and was fined by Thinking a few lines from here might and more conscientious activity in this, aged with scarce an effort; but withal
J udge Witfieldfor selling fish caught interest .0ome of your readers, I here- the greatest of all earth's vocations. '
it Lake Miccosukie ma5e a regular with scribble a few, to let our friends The bible reading on Obedience was I the equipment is stylish to a degree.
business of buying and selling fish from se what is g in on here. ably and aptly rendered Every convenience, every comfort goes
tnat lake. On the occasion for which Mr. Robert Whitfield, on the Walker The paper on "How Much Do You with the equipages we let by the day
he was fined he had bought "wagonI plantation, is preparing to put up some Lwve ?our Children?" was a series of wth the equipages we let b the d
load" and took them to Lloyds and improved machinery to gin cotton. etc well selected incidents from life, vividyl or hour. The lesser time will prove our
shipped them to Quincy, and there sold He has four them. Of course such a wholesale growing. He is a hustler. devotion of the parent heart, and tact- words.
transaction should be stopped or our Messrs. Andrew and McD-armidhave fu!ly pointing out some of the dangers CAPITA l. CITY LIVERY STABLES,
lIkes would soon e depleted of their about five acres of fin" Cuba tobacco and pitfalls to which the objects of this ....P C.I T. HANCOCK, Prop.
tish. which th-y will soon be cutting. Mr love are daily exposed. ,.C. HAN...C. Prop.
Pensacola Journl: Mrs. Chrles B. Charlie Bell has about four or five A beautiful selection was given by Phones 79 and 39.
Pensacola Jouleft Thursday morning for Tles acres of tobacco. He is the dairyman M sses Calhtun and Curry on the piano
Pdhassll left Thursday morning for Tal-eside here and is now milking from 20 to 30 and violin. Nothing added more to the ...
nwlahasse where e famkhill has been calhd cows. He has a fine pasture on lamo- pleasure of those present than the mt-
o t supreme bench. To say that nia Lake. sit contril uted by these gifted your _--T---
to Mesrs R. J and W. T. Bannerman ladies. I0 TO I
alose Juge Parkhill andhis family i an i r mr ie are now bu M Shklefor gave "Two ures tter are the chances of your
but to repet the rerain of a lament- Sumatra tobacco. The *op consists of tractive way Thee pictures fitly illus- getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
t..n heard ever since the plan to reside 12 or 12 1-2 acres, and is a pretty sight treated the results of both just and un- \
in th cmforapital city was announced. g now. It is all the talk here, and peo- just treatment of children, and proved | you use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
nis comfordfn to know they are going pie flock to see it. Their plant of pump, I beyond question that a proper consider- --
amon old friends instead of strangers awmill, ipes and troug work very ation of children's rights and the exer- I __ / tell, there's little likelihood of your
hose welcomine will make i t a real nicely. hey have one barn full now, cise of perfect honesty with them, al- -- -- ayi ib p uw olsm
rival. home-com hassee, from is the time ofsincerely and will probably fill another this week. ways pas both parent and child. having anything but a pure, wholesome
rvl. adAhasseeu tobe s rey These Leon county boys deserve to suc.- "Goodnight, LittleGirl, Goodnight," yet economical product. But don't be
congratulated ceed for they have risked a good deal, a solo with vio in ol ligato was much yet eco ieal product. B d I
We are told that the cooking range and their untiring efforts are showing enjoyed and appreciated. I content with a "just as good" flour-
peddlers took 18 or more orders for up in the nice crop on hand. We have The soliloquy of a little boy who had cne i u
ranges in less than two days in this been expecting some of our Tallahassee been misunderstood and unjustly pun" demand the Clifton everytime, it is the
county last week, at a cost of about friends to visit us and take a look at the ished, was effectively rendered by Mrs. I t J IN
t $6S> per range If the parties who pur- only plant of the kind in the county. Knott. very et. At J. W OLLINS.
chased will get prices from our home We feel proud of the business and hope "Mother," a solo by Mrs. Perkins, "
dealers, they will. find they could have they will succeed. was beautifully and impressively sung ...............

saved at least half of it and the money i Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Micco- 'and much enjoyed.
would have been kept at home to help sukie are visiting here now. General discussion was followed by THE ORI FFINO BROS. COo
push business affair. Is it good husi- Mr. R, C. Banderman and wife were dainty refreshments and -ocial chat.
ne-s policy to give your patronage to over Sunday on a visit to his parents. Many lingered until nearly dark and all Who are They ? What Is Their Business ?
these traveling fakers and get stuck on He is superintendent on Santa Maria were much indebted to Mrs. Gwynn forThe
something your home dealers will plantation, one of the "Owls" tobacco her kind hospitality. NURSERY M EN
always give you at better prices? farms in Gadsden and reports a fine crop. --i.-'--- - N E
Deputy Sheriff Poppell is making a --- PaSacea Spria-s i of Fare. and they are largest In their line on their plan.
John Pearce reputation for himself. Samer Turst Rates As evidence of the fact that guests tt a n i t ure r in existence allowing ou th o e trees
Within two weeks he has won $20 in Now on sale via G F and A Ry and Panacea Springs hotel are getting The only urse in existence allowing you to see trees
rewards for the arrest of criminal. C T. and G. R. R to all Mountain and somethi nggood to eat, read last Sun- growing before you pay for them. Is that not enough to
His latest exploit was to capture Ed. Water Reorts Elegant schedules and d' b ill of fare: .. .. .. onv ce you thatOU wll get exac what you buy and
Williams, a State convict who had been splendid sleeping car connections made inner: Oysters on the half shele you that you will get ex what you buy and
sent to the State asylum as a lunatic, to all points. baked sheep head, deviled crabs sliced of the best grade
and escaped from there. Williams was For rates and other information, phone tomatoes, mixed pickles, fried chicken, theel
) sentenced in Duval county for assault or address R. C. Snipes, Traveling cream gravy, Irish stew, macaroni an They fully guarantee.their trees are absolutely re-
with intent to murder to five years in Passenger Agent, Tallahassee, Fla. cheese, cocoanut fritters, vanilla sauce, Sle rices are right and I m guarantee too.
the convict cam ps. Te capture was8 -- ...._"y--'- ." steam ed rice, n ew ,t corn o nPsd
made near Zschar's mill on Mondy. To the cob, fresh btto er s a .rd, Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, gs and all other
At the time of the arrest of Williams, You have now been receiving The wheat bread, p h water o kinds of trees, Ornamentals Roses, etc.
he also arrested on ...lon a white Weekly True Democrat for one quarter t*heese, chnkS t s., u=M tffeel
man who was with i amnd on of ayear. uf o w knl end reakfast. C o Q e w. Remember that no other Nurser makes such a liberal
Sup his record found that he w. t yfr it gnr in 2 fore, W t position and hold your order until Salesman calls and
one lliam Kuennedy who escaped g y ob a. Win youdo? mat ia fried ek South. e bmit yOU the ition in a few words.
from the Central Hoeiatal for convIcts-. fried r to der, WI submityr ion in a few words.
located near Ocala for whom a reward a of t al of the R. es tcble In what home is fruit and flowers no appr iated and
of $100 wasoffered by the Florida Na- Coll.'iDg StoM k and nx. worth eir L C. YER, Agt.
val Stores company. ture ni another column. made & ew, t, offse. worth their cost? L C. YAEGER, Agt.

THi TRUE DIMOCRAT. LATUs UMMs"se Cae Nkee De. Uas er sm vsse ba Tal.
jesM e. cousa. oabiu.er. f Iug p *a.se @ as @ Tele.. ais s. First Baptist Church, Clinton street, lshamaee a1 r. Mee"s.
i. near Adans, Frank W. Cramer, pator. mia aMhthe
PreacEiMeaNh governor Br md at onee reseam ykeeachLord's Day at Sea rir WUtste
PUBLIBHOD EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. u tov .e o-a -BM onc. ?e 4 p B Sble olat sin trl between and St.
LOCALuckman bill, and the board should 1 0 a. m. Junior Bptt Union at 3 p Mark. making a double daily service
forthwith locate the univenity and the .,m ...... A '. as follows:
Sgirl-' college, for it will take all m r en. eoal mmittee nrst Monday Leave Tallhsam, - 7.00 a. m.
It our duty, we e, er sad fast wook at that to get eve nht each month at 8 o'clock. Arrive St. Marks, 8.20 a. m.
Al.fe lead. ,on from plce toPi n i--.n s fo r the tw in-tit- er meting each Wednesday night Lave St. Mar - 8.80 a. m.
T ,, IVo toery wum man tigIn -ator two a.. t- 76. Lade' .kl and Mssona y Arrive Tflahauee, - lu.00 a. m.
on! to m by October lat.-Punta ,7.1 L --s,' Aid a -d Misionary Arrive Tala a
The mmor of a piesnt fe.-Exhna. Gord Op tober .lunt Society., farst Tlrday in each month Leave Tallahasee, - 4.0 p. m.
For clean Job Printing, see Collins. By the walthe South Florida -e at 4 p. m. A cordial invitation is ex- Arrive St. Marks, - -6.00 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lively left for a are pumingitinto Hon. A. Gil-tend to every person to come and Leave St. Marks, - 6.00 p. m.
trip to Atlanta Tuesday. christ, that gentleman probably wishe worship with us. Arrive Tallahae - 7.30 p. m.
Hon. J. E. Graves, of Apalachicola, he ha not pat himself on record as op. Trinity M. E. Church, South, Rev. J. Round trip St. arks and return, 90
was in the city this week. posing the South Florida Fair appropria- W. Bigham, paator. Sunday School at cents. F. P. WOODWARD,
lion. John W, Henderson spent Sun tion. Gilchrist is evidently a dead one 9:80 m.1 rmon at 11 a. m. Senior Aent 8. A. L.
dlay with his family at Lanark. in that neck of the woods. What im- Epwort League 4 p. m. Junior Ep-
Min Evelyn aewis has Joined her portan little things ametimes as- worth L p. m. Evening Ser- FI
intr, Mrs. J. W. Lenders, at an- sumel-Miami Mdropola. monat p. m. Public cordially in- Wu ialHoda & AlabamIa
rMr. The State University should be loca- v Prayr meeting Wednesday at Raw y
Mr Edwin T. Duke had in outing on ted either In Gainesville, Orlando or 70 p m. way y
ast Goose Creek during the pt two ala but we prefer the former as it St. John' Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H (C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
wekast is a blg,ood, clean city and near the Carter Rector, Service.: Sundays
Mr k. A a e as ., p centre of the State-much preferable and holy Days, Holy Communion 7 chedule Effctiv7.00 P. .. May 6. IBO&
Mr. C. A. Hardee has been paying a to Lake City, nice town though it be. 'clock a.i m. Sunday, 11 o'cock A. m. ,
visit to his brother, Fred A. Harder, Watch aid see where the university will and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'lock South Bound.
this week. be located and the influences that will P. m. St. Michaei's (colored). Ser- Sunday Sat'dy
Mr. Willis E. Gerow is one of our be bronight to bear to get it there.- vices: Sundays, 4 o'clock p. m. Fri- only. only.
prominent arrivals from Jacksonville West Palm Beach News. days, 430 o'clock p. m. Lv Atlanta in No. 8 No. a
Mr. P. T. Nicholson, our popular of 1of the Tallahegisltive session of To the Wo ova 4 DM .LvCtIUhrct 7. 6Omm 406pm ----
jeweler visited his old home at Quincy ays: "This L ilature h doe well Julius Solomon, representing the "v Ar.ino 9.10"" am 6.Ip .-
s "This Leislature has done well I' en heHghAa56pn6e20am
the past week. all that could be expected of it." Bell System, will exhibit the High Art1 Ar Talahaem 12.6pm L40pn 806am.
Mr. W. B. Crawford and Prof Ana The editor of The True Democrat has of ClothIng at the Bloxham Hotel on ,v Talalheae
H Clark left for Asheville this week had the opportunity of watching the Monday, July 10th. Come and select'via S.A.L) pm 4.0 m.
for a pleasure trip. proceed of the giature at more your all Suit. Absolute satisfaction Ar- -Ja 7.4..m 10. 5...
for pleasure trip p of t a ...the. .W..r. at "aranteed. Duval Bros., Agents at LvTallahassee 2.00pm 8.00arn 8.1rm s.6pm
Mr. J. C. Trice, of Panacea gings, semso thn other newspaper n a1 n artesd Divli BBos.,Agents at Lv Saehoppy. 314pnm 10.00mm 9.29mm 9.56p
Mr. J. C. Trice, of Panaca Sprn a Tallahaee for the Bell Stem mm .am .Spm
was up and spent several day with hi thStat. W he says may there- a a e t. 346pm 10.46m5 m 10.0mm 10 2pm
Tallahassee friends this we t fore, be relied upon as coming consid. ,18tw Lv Carrablle 4.00pm 10. lmm 1035pm
Tallahasee friends this week erably nearer tie truth than what is . .. '-..- ArApalachicola 7.00pm
Mr. Julius Solomon went down to aldvy r te o riti who have Torta e of reacher. ..
Panacea f Srings and spent several ntft k g of legisl The story of the days with his family this week. iti m .trocdM&. i1 thi cr, ise smply Moore, pastor of the dBptist church of un atday
Miss Virginias Greene and Misses Bes- beeuro t is addish." Starke Tesimply liarperville N Y. will interest you. No.2 No. 38 No. No
Mie and Mamie Wyeth, of Americ. g He says: sufferedd agonies, because Lv Apalachicola 6.30am
G(, are guests of Mr and Mr. A. C r ake C ollee is Just about of ha persistent cough, resulting from Lv ('rr bele I
Hpiller auftciently eqWIpod for the f, dumb the gr. I had to sleep sitting up in Lv Sopchoppy ia.lpm &14pm 7.21ipm 5.1mm
A beautiful and bountiful crop of and blind, and i would be an excellent bed. i tried mant remedies, without! Ar Tllah, __om n.pm -I6.jam .m m
weeds are beginning to cover the vacant location. Give Lake City this school, relief, until I took r. king's New Dis- Lv Jacksovill .
lots and sides of sidewalks In some sec- Gainesville the univeitt Tallahassee covery hor Cornumption, C oughs andArTalh 90eam 4.10 p m .
tions of the city, the female college and Bartow the w entirely cured my cough. Lv Tallahassee 3.2Spm 6.3fim t.46pm 6.365m
Sanb f o. negro school, and this Will come very and saved me from consumption. A Lv Bainbridge 6.2pm 8.27am 10.26pm F.27am
Mr. Samuel Sanborn, o arr l near settling the row. and at the same rand cure for disease conditions of Ar Arlington 7.26pm 10.16m_ 0 l.18am
a flormerpopular student of the Florid nea r setln t o at the. Throat and Lungs. At all drug"ist; LvCuthhert .43pm 11..6.. 1-M
S t t time, will as near possib!e,scatter the .. .an_ At3llMug .
State Cen Is, In the city vislting 6,;0c ...... I, ",tp e fre and $1, guaranteed. riai LvMacon 4.16am 4.85pm 4.3am
L i ,i bottrlerth Stae.. "rAtlanta 7.385m 7. "-
hs hosts ren..Jasper Banner of Lberty.ree .7m
We will welcome to our exch i ^^^-- Notice-Trains Nom.Sand will depart fromand
lie wiStll wlcome to county Tribxunepu Covernor Broward did not carry Vo- The city officials who have charge of arrive at foot of Shotwellstreet, Binbr .
location of which b A K. Wilbun will lusia county in the two primaries. It affairs at the Market building should Tickets for train 6, leaving Bainbrdge u.undays
bein s.t Jul" went for Col, Robt. Davis by a large see to it that something is done to bet. at."0A*"will on sale at the of ce of the Cal-
majority. But the Governor, since his ter its condition. Some kind ox screens Train N. 6 will sto35 minute at Lanark for
Mr. J. F. Hill left Tuesday morning inauguration, has won many friends in should be used at the stalls to keep off breakfast.
for Baltimore, where he will place hbl the county. Our people like the manly fleas, and often-times the odor that' W. MH. Le. E. AIlton.
son, Raymond, in a hospital t) be treat- and conservative course of Governor arises from meat in some of the stalls General Manager. .Genral Pmasenger Aent,
ed for spinal trouble. Broward; they are heartily endorsing is t ,rrible. If you haven't been there Bnbrid Snipe.,
Miss Annie Chwires, *ccompianir'l 1y his administration, have studied all his on an inspecting tour lately, just drop Traveling Passenger Arent,
h-r guest, Miss Hallie Lewis, who h,.x public utterances and documents, and in some day and iake a sniff. Our Tallahasse. Fla.
been visiting her for several weeks left they see in his administration what word for it you will hind improvements
Tuesday for New York, promises to be one of the best Florida are badly needed In the County Judge's Court of County
To the r ret of many friends, Missn ever had. DeLand Record. ---- of Leon, State of Florida.
1llma and Misn Lila Bird the charming No use "bucking" 4he Buckman bill Cam rr ie.J a lUwa In the Matter of the Estat, of Robert L Collins.
Monticello guests of Mifs Saxon, re- The bill has passed, has become a law On account of the Lewis and Clark I decesed.-Notice of Sale.
turned to their homes this week and that settles it. Temporarily any- Exposition. Portland, Oregon, tickets N. uant to the statuteB of the Atate in such c-
Our old friend R. Don McLeod was how. Ihe lacteal fluid has been spilled will be on sale any date until Septem- a made and provided. I will expose to sale at
was in the city Saturday shaking hands innd the South Florida State in-ttutions. b her 30, 1904, limited to 90 days trom ubc sale on Monday. th 7th day of Auoiumt.
with his many friends. Don always re- or I warning have b e i cons ned to (,l date of sale, for $77 65 round trip, but 'noon and o'clock In the afternoon of said day at
ceives a hearty welcome in the Capital livion 'Perhaps? But "the. e is come not beyond November 30, 1906. the store house, cornerClinton and Adams street.
eity| a time some day," laws arte made For other information, address R. C. in the city of Tallthee. county of Leon. state
State Auitor Amo who has en in and u and while then r has Snipes, Traveling Pasenger Agent, waes and fixture, propetyof the Robert L
I'eStacoua for the pamst w ix week nbeen locked, the key has not been TallahaHsse. Fla ,Coliins, deceaMd.
eacohtla forn thn out in the ounty thrown away. Let us carefully study -. -.-....lin. JOHN G. COLLINS. (
ht tthe situation and operation of the new The Savannah Press tosses our State Administrator of the Extateof Robert L. Collins,
elerk s office there, returned home Ihsao ordeceA. thisoth day of June. A. D. IM.
T' .nda. tr system, and if evi re ults therefrom, the following little bouquet: "It is eease, thi 0th day of June. A. D. 19
Ya. f re-medy it South FloridA has influence strange that Florida has never had a Notice of Stockholder's Nee nd
Mr Philip K Yenge, of P'ensacola, a enough, wealth enough and ahbli r pre- State University before. Florida has HAN NA MEET NOFTH T
a momlber o(f the new educational Board i.rntation enough to have any measure sent some splendid men to Georgia to e s of the Florida Southeastern Railway,
of Control, arrived in the city Tuesday, that tends to its permanent Injury re- the Georgia University Yonge, Har- a corporation under the lawsof Florida. will be
aiid made a welcome call at The True' pealed. The great State of Florida, as tridge, Myers and B.ount." held at the oflceof the Company in Tai.ahassee.
emorat office. a whole, doe not want any measur, -ida on Tueda Jul 4th 196. at 130o'clock. c
I!.na whole, does not want any a l t.
Mr Geo. B. Dickinon, bill clerk of enacted that would work serious or A Fearftl Fate. J. o HATCH. Secretary.
the House of Representatives, who hasn lstin,' hardship to any section to re- It in a fearful fate to have to endure Talahassee. Fla., June oath. 1106.-17.2w.
heen having a pleasant outing at Pana- main in force. The idea of dividing the the terrible torture of Piles. "I can GUARDIAN'S^ NOTICE.
ea. pasneI through here thin week en State on account of the passage or the truthfully say," writes Harry Colson,S NTICE.
route for his home at Maitland. Huckman Bill, is absurd, and with all of Masonville, la., "that for Blind, NOTICmE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL WHOM
Mr. Richard Vanilrunt, a Tallahli due respect to our esteemed contempot- Bleeding, Itching and Protruding Piles, p.ny. .a oncr u rn, that o af Tru of
M.i', boy. has accepteil a opposition with i ry. the Punta Gorda Herald, sounds Bucklen's Arnica Salve is the best cure ;entucky as guardian of Mary Winston Humse
the Heaboard at their Jacksonville of. like a pipe dream. Divide Flr .da! cut made." Also best for cuts, burns and and orothy Hussey. minor children of Freoderic
fire We, who know Ritchard., predict the grand old State in two, disturb her injuries. 26c at all druggists. Huni y. deesd, will mak anpplicd action to the
for him a u .tensSful career as a rail- ancient traliticn4! "Never in t ot01 -l '.-'---.- in the court house, in thecity of Tallahasse, on
road man. sand yaro!" Tnere in but on Florid.; Mr. M. A Brown, secretary of the Monday, July 1906. for authority to sell the un- t
n gloriou in her loviine4s. real in her newly appointed Drainage Commission, divided one-half interestof aidminoers in and to
Monticello NiNw4: (;egraphicly lithriou in h, hvlin, ri in hhas brought r from k-' e following described lands, situated In the
akin it would seem tht T h- resources There is not roon for has brought his family up from Jack- county of Leon. State of Florida. wit: The et
,p4e and G.in vill should rcallhve ha- other, nor need for one We have sonville. They are peasantly domiciled half of the northeast quarter, the southweetquar-
Sandl .ain.-nvi llf e should revive die I i>k1n Arcadia i -NewA in the cottage recently occupied by Mr. ter of the northeast quarter, the south half of the
c tv M~ C* th t~ t nrheast h ai te of the so rtheast quarter,an theet

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Feed and

Livery Stables.

Teams furnished at any
:ime, night or day at reason-
able prices. Best and new-
est rigs in the city.
Also stall at City Market
where all the choicest meats
ire kept and sold. Neat,
clean delivery wagon.

Phone 127.
No. 26 West Lafayette St.,

left. D. Ferrell,

will select sits- f-r St-t, M<'h-Mls el. Pi.et - .-... .... .. .. ... ,,evar in ,re ot et half of the southeast quarter, and thet
will select ite State hooAll Pleasa Places. I i half of the northwest quarter of the southeast General Repair Shop.
Mrs. Ellen ('all orng, whme name i Lakeland. Fla Juni 2. In ad Chase. quarterof SectionThirtyone thewet half of the op.
i household word throughout Florida. Editor True. lI)eocrat: Millions ush in mad chase after health in uthe part ref coveredbythHorse Shoeing by an ex-
had a slight stroke of paralysis recent- Dear Sir from one extreme of faddism to another, Lake Overstres and all that part of th east half pert who has had years
ly. and hams be-n confined to her b lfor Hiaving been a re sident of West when, if they would only eat good food, of the southwest quarterof Section Thirty-two of experience .
a few days. r. lirevard says her aon. rii a for the last six years, residing and keep their bowels regular with Dr n wt of te shore of keHall and wet and
orhthemsouth of a ditch anod fne line running from lAke
edition while serious is not at all alarm- in HentHaden. Sorchoppy. Alligator. King s New Life Pills, their troubles Hall in the northwestern corner or part. thereof
nH. Woods and Chipley, and findin eat h would all pass away. Prompt relief in a northwesterly diredon to L ke Overstreet
reentative awN, of leon, in and all to be very enjoyable an ple- and quick cure for liver and stomach all id a b n nhip Two, North. of po lon of the pub
already announunced folr State Senator at lnt cities. trouble. 2c at all druggists; guaran- and frty-fouOre moro or PH Is selicited
the coming ctiton, itnd the Gilchrist The chief industry is vegetables and teed. Guardian ary innHuyd Dorothy d sat action guaran.
lxxom foear governor haumlen .launchedl, fruit growing, phosphate mining and "If youu believe you would be happier u1,. 4-w teed.
i(ala manner. I wish to say to the public that I am leave him?"husbandwhy dont you ADMINISTRATORSNOTICE.
verry citizen of I..,,. 'ouity nhouhl mre than delighted with my newhome. "Because I'm afraid he'd be happier tt oftL.Co insdeceased. ed to all FREELAND'S SHOPS,
lu|acribe to The TrueI- moriat. ramI I have onl been here one month to- also." Houston Poet .havincUL.Cnoithoi sesat.to pro
every business in Titnlhihasie should hiy, aNdl feel just as much at home as -- I ent same scordin to law within two yan from Oppte The Lso Hotel,
have some kind of an advertisement in if had been here six years I am MRIM IS GOOD TALK FOR THE FEET this date, the 4th day of Decemober. 194. other. BAR R AND TALILO WR,
wime all such claimsrand dommand shall be barred. BARBER AND TAILOR WORK,
it. It is your home paper, and is run always pleased when I receive The DR. ROBT. K. WILIAM, JON COLLIN. BABE AND TAILO WOK
in the Interest of the people. True Democrat. I feel more like at, The Thomasville Chiropodist, has gone Admr. Estateof I. L. Collins. Alterations. Cleaning. Repiring,
Work on the new Seabo rd depot is home when I read the columns to Toronto, Canada, to familiarize him- NOTC Etc.. for Lades and Gentmdn.
ting pushed forward ani the found. I often seea t he red hills of Tallahass I
tons have alreadyNeen laid .Free inn t n my dreams and view the twbtiful self with all the late E lish ideas and!M APSON COUNTY STATE BANK. LOCA. Agency For The Royal Tailors.
in the, m bd I methods on the care treatment of ted at Madision. Florida, is closing iu its af-
plans of the bull n our city will he k)me of the CapAitol building. I hope feet. A safespeed n f t t da e e r
able to feel proud their deot c t see the old city of Tallahae in all e f Iank. are hereby notified to prnt thenotEXECUTOR'SNOTICE.
mudatlon, in the near future, he'r glory some bright sunnyday Fare- cure for Corn., hat and Iinr s firs e. a ll notes nldn ai therrac lredto of' TI .
mo ion n e ner wellto friends of old the me Ihope ing Nails is what the public require r notes and other elims of id bankwill b Creditors. leates, distribute and all persons
Mr. Robt. Bradford passed through ill t fr f and demands. Dr. Willams s a pro by The Fleet National ank of Madison. having ceaimsr demands nt the r tate of
the city Wednesdav morning on his way Very Sincerelyw, gresive business man and a skilled r 0lda, upon prPMPrenttion. ienL p.Brandf eor late 4 oCouwnto. do-
to St. Terea, the old and popular re-! Jo n KNHT. Chlropodist, well and favorably known, April A. D. 10L-ts. Po Pud. mt thn to the eetof said estate within
sort on the Gulf. He has the contract Il; Eat JON t Lakeland Fla. having been consulted by that merchant two ye after the blio stio of this note,
for carrying the mail again this year y r prince Marshall ,ie ldof Chicago, mar as"earas Laar...ad therw* timhe am ew aftwwwd be
and will met the trains daily at Ml In- Fulrieo PI ,.a and one of the leading physicians of I Wlahum 'a. JOHN I. BRADFORD.
tyre a usual. For seven y writ Ges o W. New York City. Let reaon prevail Tallahassee, Fla., Apl. 18, 1906 I.st n.e 1r.
'Fore e seven ayeonaDr l Ciy Lt so il. si The C. T. &G. R. R. annonces thet
"Hone Comfort steel Range" wagons bitter batt le vith chronic stomach end 7 North Mad ma St., Thomasville. rewiort season of 190 beginningADMINISTRATORSNTI
out In this county melting ranges, pre- liver trouble, but at Wat I woneand Ga. Telephone UW rsort forseasn of1906lbegnnin ADat'goATe.
Nb on the intallmntp nA if curedm diseasesby the ofP. 8. r.Willams oRffers Pive Dol. April 1th, 1906, and ending September Neari b, ctem the .

chased from yor homedoeal.r. Invest- the future to be without them in the meptic 1 l7-1m iit follotwe3in s sunday. lmtlhiitf Mein the h he d.
h ae Nilh6 es mold daily, final limit fif-
Iate the mate among our hardware house They are certainly a wonderful For Sl, teen days from date oftle As S. AS.
s before u give them atn order. medicine, to have eured ach abad Old newspapers, at The True Demo. 240 tickets, sol daily final limit
Either l. C. Yad r or the Gilmore a as mine. Bold, undar aratee to do erst o e. tf thirty das from date of aae. Only ane miebae haia feti m e-
Davsi Co. will N to you as cheap and the iame for you, by i druuitts, at -- i^nt C. Ati t fna te Whfif-
give you as good terms, if not better. 50e a bottle. Try them today. Subscribe for TI True DemoeratS Tra. vela mf aDc thWhiee Y W. Wilson


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Deamers in
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ry. Scrap Ioi ad BMus
bought and mold.
Spedal attention give to the Repairs
of Saw Mils, (lms, Os sad Gasoltae
Enltmes, Locomotive, Etc.
PIONs 24.
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