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: July 21, 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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System ID: UF00075917:00022
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; sal WJustice to All-Special Privileges to None.

IN BRHALF Fthe Governor. Mrs Cay, in
remarked that the ladies who hi~ea
W. L. TAYLOR .active in securing s nature t
tition were e lUedt o rI a ord
their efforts, and mmed tt as fol-
r-- R-ded Ladies Appeal ..- .the. lows: Mrs. J. W. Cole. Miss Ameo
urie He lgF MrsA1. Fanny Hoe H M s eO
Beard for Mercy. PF, Mrs. Fred C.MSor, and others.
-- "Those ladies," said Mrs. Cay, "cer-
No public event hs c.. c at the tainly felt as if the entire community,
No public event has occurred at the practically was interested and repre-
State Capitol recently that has caused sented in their effort, and that is pr.-
quite as much commotion and comment cisely what we said to the board. We
as the somewhat dramatic appeal made Id th4t the punishment pr.poeed
tWd inflicted upon Mr. Taylor was not
to the State padoning board on Wed- only unjust, as being far n excess of
nesday of this week by over one hun- his offense, but would be visited most
dred ladies of Leon county and Talla- heavily upon his innocent family, who
hassee, bearing a petition for the were dependent upon his personal ef-
h bearing a petitn for thforts for their support. Also, that aslie
pardon, purely upon the grounds of from the legal aspects of the case, with
mercy, of Walter L. Taylor. which we had nothing to do, we urged
At the request of a committee repre- the board, in the discharge of its duties.
senting the movement, Goverror Brow- and clothed with the right to consider
ard appointed a meeting of the board, the side of the case which we had pre-
and when the time arrived the ladies sented, to exercise its prerogative of
appeared in a body, more than one hun- mercy ... .
dried strong, and were ushered intothe Manyof the ladies present express-
audience room of the executive office, ed the indignation they felt at the inso-
where the members of the board were lent manner and irrelevant matter of
assembled. Judge L'ddon's intrusion and remarks,
The petition, to which were anpended d some were inclined to blame the
of the most prominent women of Ta lla ernor Broward s explanation."
hasse and Leon county, and others, was Mrs. R. B Gorman said thatshe
resented to thebo b Miss Annie could fill volumes with expression sf
Flagg, in a touching an elo uent ad- the Iust ednation felt by ver1dy
dress. Both the petitoar on with its sig- .in the company at the bruta i
S and Miss Flgg's address, as which they had been treated b et that
n atu es aohersm. tim, we she felt so strongly on the subject that
hope to have space for hereafter. she would prefer to say nothing more.
Brief remarks were also made by Mrs Mrs. Fred C. Moorand Miss Kate
Howard Gamble, Mrs. Woodward and Moor were emphatic in their exres-
others. sions of indignation at Judge Liddon'a
The matter was taken under advise- uncalled for behavior. "1, myself,
ment by the board, and the sequel will asked Governor Broward" said Mrs.
not be known until the board sees fit to Moor, "if this- meeting had not been
announce its decision, arranged especially for the presentation
The. incident thus briefly described of the petition, and why we were con-
was in itself efficiently unusual to ex-_fronte y a lawyer wth a legal argu-tom
and exciting feature remains to be of the b,,oard was .d open meet ings
mentioned. ts n order to procure the at which anyone appear. if an
Sct fa lc s a near as Possible, a rep- many others, regared judge Liddon's
oreseatnce of Ther Truev De a remarks and his manner as almost in-
resentative of The True Democrat on, ,... .. e j; ^re nt
Thursday interviewed a number of suiting to the ladiespresent .
the ladies present who were prominent Mrs. J. W. Coles and Miss andMFlagg
in the movement, and they described wereseen their and united in the
the events referred to with picturesque very strongest condemnation of Judge
fidelity II Liddon for intruding himself upon such
As the ladies, after the formal per- an occasion, after he, as the paidprose-
formance of their loving task were cutor, had had every opportunity to
about to retire, Jdge B.S. Liddon, of labor for the conviction of-Taylor In the
Marianna, (who acted in the court pro- courts, and had succeeded.. "The
esedings of the Taylor case as the paid movement, said Miss Flagg, was
attorney for the prosecution, and who one purely in the interest ofmercy and
had been noticed as being present, but humanity, and we did not, of course,
who was unknown to most of the ladies, expect to encounter a lawyer s argu-
and by many supposed to be some one ment of the facts and legal circum-
friendly to the holv cause they repre- stances oT the case, which had all been
sented), arose and demanded a hearing, threshed out in the courts. This much in
and immediately began an elaborate effect, I said to the board after Mr.
argument of the legal aspects of the Liddon ceased speaking, and I remarked
case, re thearsing the proceedings of the to Governor Broward that he should
courts and expressing contemptuous have advised us that we would be con-
disregard of the present movement, un- fronted by a paid advocate, charged
dertaken in the name of mercy, for the with the ghastly duty of breaking the
sake of the victim's five helpless little force of our appeal for mercy and hired
children (who, by the way, were pres- to appear and browbeat us. I under-
ent), and for the sake of his distressed stood afterwards that Governor Brow-
and sorrowing wife. ard expressly disclaimed any knowledge
Referring to this episode, Mrs. Geo. iof Judge Liddon's intention to be pres-
Greenhow thoughtfully remarked that ent.
the entire company of ladies present Both Mrs. Coles and Miss Flagg de-
were utterly astounded at the presence clard that the meeting of the
of a paid advocate against the unfortu- board could not have been ad-
nate man, as well as at the form and vertised, as stated by the Governor, or
manner of hi? interference in the mat- if done, it was in some corner which
ter. "Many ot the ladies," said she, had entirely escaped general public
"openly protestedagainst the intrusion, notice.
and one appealed to the Governor ask-, This chronicle of a most extraordinary
ing him way such a thing should be al- occurrence would be incomplete with-
lowed when the committee had re- out a brief account of a circumstance
quested the appointment for the spe. contemporary in time and closely con-
cific purpose ot presenting the appeal, nected with the appeal of the women
without dreaming of a legal controver. of Leon county for executive clemency
sy. Governor Broward replied that the in the Taylor case. One of the most
meeting, as was customary, had been devoted of the many friends who have
advertised, and any one had a right to come forward In aid of this distressed
be heard. family addressed a letter to Hon W. B,
"In the course of his speech Judge Lamar, the chief prosecutor of Mr.
Liddon sn6eringly, remarked that this Taylor, from which we have been per-
thing of 'woman a tears and sympathy* tted to make the following extrocts:
was old, and we all know all about it, UMydear Mr. Lamar: .
but he wanted to present the justice? W ere is something within me that
and the law of the case. Interrupted impels me to write this letter to you,
by myself with the protest that all that for it seems as though I stand half way
was past, and we had heard it all two between a love for your mother s fam-
years ago, and that the legal aspects of ily and the love for my townspeople;
the case were not now under consider- and because of this I cannot keep silent.
nation, Judge Liddon avoided any direct "Mr. Lamar, will you not be mag-
reply. In speaking of the act for which nanimous, and telegraph to Governor
Taylr was now to be punished Judge Broward at once upon receipt of this
Li., used the terms 'murder' and letter asking him to pardon Mr. Tay-
'kill', but when requested by meto de- lor? Mr. Taylor has been wrong. I
fine the difference between thoe terms know this. We alli do. But loee sight
he was silent. One lady cited the ease of him and think of*his poor wife and
of Sylvester, who had been pardoned af- five little helpless children-the oldest
ter an unprovoked assault upon Master nine years, and a baby one year-with-
Mechanic Burton, at FernaUdina, whom out anything left to them but disgrace
he killed; another referred to a still and this terrible sorrow. Even their
more recent and quite similar case. home has a mortgage of $1.200 at eight
"Still protesting at the rank injustlee per cent. interest--almoest the entire
of confronting them on their werraud of value of the home. Think of them, if
mercy with a legal argument from a you can picture such misery.
paid attorney who had not even been "If you could have witnessed the
invited to be present, the ladies with- heart-breakng scene in that home
drew, escorted to the east stairway by when the wre d wife w told that
the Governor, who said in parting: a pardon had been refused; whes the
"Ladies, I was as much taken by sur- little girl threw her arIms bout her
rise a you were, at the presence of mother's neck and eried: 'Mama, are

)udge L .dd ,'they going take our pp away rromn
Mrs. Chas. A. Cay added to the "test- us?'-I am sure that you would hare
imony" of Mrs. Greenhow some exceo*- been only tooglad to beg for a pardon
~in strong impreesosm of indignation for him.
Swaythe ladies had been treated, "You hae everything that Sasees
remarked that she had heard of no and wealth can give; they have mothu
oMe&bo had seen any advertisement of but sorrow. I g taUi of yu, a
the board meeting, as referred to by but voice ie deep feeling o almost

-inhireo..rt for any mis.ance and enougn no w go nome wua jg on. nt.end.e victims. Organized labor
te do anythingin thirowr to help us should have moral strength enough to
through the trouble. Ou the morning sustain its rights without resort to un-
of the 18th the strikers walked out. Effective Sunday, July 23, the special lawful means or the injury of others.
The wives of several of the employees train service between Tallahassee and --
ean right in, several ew female at- St. Marks on Sunday, will be discon- For Rent, 5-room Cottage. A p to
tenants were employed, which enables tinued. F. P. WOODWARD, Agent. Miss Janie Clark.


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ShoI haiu to mn. the female department DOINGS AT THE
OWer m m en soaip Slet oB ain the maldeartment we are filling
trouble, an *I t VMa n et you the pAeemWt vacant rapidly. In a STATE CAPITOL
can ar thi 414 Wthem few dy we will have all the help need-
wou ill otlM fy-rath, ad In bth depart mnt. Everything is
by r, wlD yoft we of this remarkab qet and I antielpate no Items of Interest hem the Varies
ipl further trouble. Will be able to give State Deprtmeal.
"l am not too mach. Yo the patto the care they should re-
can do thisif y ad I do beg t and erewill be no danger or
of you. No oem has mede to write ease fotalarm on that score. It has EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
to you. I am de It for the love of put harder work on tie attendants for Appointments- Honorary Fi h C.m-nis-
my people. Be*r It is the a few days but It wil not be long be- sioner-JohnY. Detwiler, New Smyrna;
chance of your life to show thee. peo- fore we will have a full complement in State Board of Accountancy-G. R.
pie of Taa see that you are one each department. There has not been De Saussure, Jacksonville- Walter
with them." a colored nurse in either of the white Mucklow, Jacksonville; E. I. Mathews,
"Your fried," departments, newspaper reports to the Tallahasse.
contrary notwithstanding. Of course I S-ate Board of Medical Examiners-
To this touching appeal lr. Lamar regret the whole affair, but do not see Dr. J D. Fernandez, Jacksonville; Dr.
replied by telegraph as follows: h6w I codid have acted otherwise and J. Harris Pierpont, Pensacola Dr.
"YOUR KIND LETTERBCEIVED served the necessary discipline in the Henry E. Palmer, Tallahassee -br J.
"YOU RKINDRJ^ 1t}vE. hospital, or my own self respect. Harrison Hodg, Gainesville: br. John
CANNOT CONSISTENTLY RECOM- Verrespectfully B Maloney, Ke West; Dr. A. L. Bla-
MEND TO GOVERNOR BROWARD F. WHITER, lock Madison; Dr. R. L. Harris, Or-
TO REVERSE TED JURY'S VER- Superintendent. land.
DTO REVERSTH NTJURY'SState Board of Health-Dr. Horace
DICT AND THE SENTENCEOF THE Tribute ro a Friend. L. Simpson. Pensacola E. M. Henry,
COURT. Sidney Johnson Vason died at the Tampa, H. Fomurd, Jacksonville.
"W. B. LAMAR." Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Shool Board, Brevard county-E. B.
Comment would be superfluous. Maryland, July 11th, 1905, after a lin- Arnold, Malabar; R. E. Mims, Bonav-
mmen up gearing illness of nearly two months. enture.
He was born in Albany Ga., Novem- County Commissioner-J. F. Wooten,
While few of even the most sanguine ber 21st, 1861. ard was the oldest son Cocoa; J. T. Cockshutt.
fri of Mr Taylor hod for a full o Mr. and Mrs. . VonHe died Justice of Peace, Sumter county-C.
Srnd fr hmr the aoru t of the aoal at the flood-tide o f hisn success and use- Bevell, Bushnell; Marion county-J.
po te worhme ,the re .out fulneso, and his death brings serious M. Matthew, Flemington.
merch.wasmeor furrisngc een th wlosshto extended commercial interests. Constable--Temple H. Burton, Del-
the wappearane and a eventhan o Judge which he hcd long and faithfully served ray.
a.don ce.and. ent of Judge as an expert accountant. In the past Notaries Public at large--T. J.
aboup 1 o'clock um. rkltofthay, a repre method of accounting; banking and li; C. B. Smith, Madison.
sentative of TrWe Democrat whoo eepn wic m the mpmprATDPARTMENT.
was in attendance asked v member ofosome of the largest commercial STATS DEARTMENT.
t ihen bo hatt eadbe o w the houses and banks in the South, and his Letters patent: The R. D. Hope Co,
the board what rbpeme with the, new system had been copyrighted. As, Jansen $1 0,000. Inororators: R. D.
Taylor case. The reply was: man of ood morals he was of the Hope,. G. Walton, C. Van Brunt.
"The Board decline to take the mat- man of good morals, he w orthey oByShore Land Co., St. Pete bu
ter 6p. They did nothing. That's the member ofiet type urchand a worthy .00. Incorporators: A. E. Hoxie,
best way to express t.*' member of the church. Eight years; Fr0,LW. n. rd.. ..Pra ySA. ne..Ho.C..
best way ve apreay d y... ago he w a married to M as Alice rank W. Ward, C. Percy Snell, A. C.
As we have already delayed publica-. Guion, of Charlotte N C His wife Clewis.
tion to announce the result, we defer ofCharlotte, N. Curvive him. Gulf Trading Co., Carrabelle, 30-
comment until a later issue, feeling a nd a br intrittle boyand educrvation had 000. Incorporators: A. C. Croom, W.
sure that the insulted women will the exo- equip him for the battle he had C. Croom, E. R. L. Moore, D. 0. Nell,
ent with su ent vn the ex- and won, for he lived to see the J. J. Blominquist.
extraordinary attitude rd. efforts of his arduous toll bear the TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
A storm of indl n often ends golden fruits of success. The following rport of W. V. Knott,
ith rei of tr He alone is trustworthy who stands State treasurer, filed with thegovernor,
wh a 1by his work, ready to acknowledge his shows balances to the credit of the sv-
T. *. Cd failures or wear the laurels of success eral State and educational funds at the
-The CW with the beautiful composure of an close of business June S3, 1905, as fol-
The members of the "1Oder of Amer- honest man who has done his beat lows:
lean Boys" hada mroet niyabl staw. 4 i a ly and affetlP for his rI ts ,OGeneral revenue-...---..----...$150,9.17
ride to Lake Hall- ua evening an family anfd his e tmc.t w his One mill school -..-...-..-......-------46,218.
The Club, during the hte term when friends were worthy of emulation His Pension tax -----------.............--.48,0.54
it is rather warm for athletics, has re- was a character that was truly noble State Board of Health ......8-----8,077.76
solved itself Into a debating society, without any ostentation, brave, true Principal of State school...... 6,05392
meeting every Fridt&. Master Everett maa generous. From boyhood he was interestt of State school ..... .7
Lewis i now captain, and makes anex- honest in all contracts and faithful to Principal of seminary......... 17
cellent presiding officer. every trust and duty a sued hinm. .teest of eminary .. 0
Remembered and love by bb boyhood >j hr of State convicts. .41W .42
THll HOSPITAL STlr C playmates who were benefitted by his Agrvltural College .. . 5o4
,. wws 9i nw. ~companionship, who now grieve over -,a.n War clim-.--. .. J000.00
--- his untimely death. Thus passed away Experiment station--...- ..-. 1,0.47
Ful,,l Detall. Fro.m S..rt dent 1. a noble friend and associate to that White colle Morrill -------- 7.00
Full Details From Superutendent eternal home, where duty, charity and Colored college Morrill .------. 01.20
F. Whitner as Offlcally Reported. self-sacrifice on earth reap their reward. University. incidental ..- 181.88
R. A. SHINE, JR. Station, incidental - 547.16
--- ^.ti^ Uuiversity, mess hall -. 4.50
Superintendent Whitner on the 15th Now Is the Time. University. gynasium 160.6
inst., forwarded to the Board of State Isn't it sad that so many people keep South Florida Military College,
inst., forward. t o t a oft the flowers they have plucked for you current expense 567.28
Institutions the following official report until the day of your funeral? Their South Florida Military College.
of the trouble at the hospital. The songs of praise are not heard until your improvement ---------- 50.00
latest advices from the institution are funeral procession in passing their door. University, fireloss 66.84
to the effect that the situation is well The mantle of charity does not become Florida Agricultural Institute,
in hand, new employees having been public property until put in use by the Kissimmee .-- 3 ,966.82
secured, and every detail of administra- preacher at the last sad rites. If any Florida Hospital for Insane, fire
tion is being carefully provided for. one has a flower, even the tiniest little loss- 129.70
The report, which follows, and the one, let me have it now while I am on
action of the superintendent have been earth and so sadly need its beauty and
approved by the board: fragrance. What good will it dome on Total .. .. .$423,991.93
Chattahoochee, Fla., July 15, 1905. my coffin above a pulseless heart that 8UPREME COURT.
Hon. Board of Commissioners of State has so often grown tired because of J. Seth Hills, petitioner, vs Wm R
Institutions; lack of an encouraging word? The (lark, r. ot""ent. icationifor r.
Tallahassee, Fla. grass that is kept green above my head tark, det Applicationreorcer-
Gentlemen-I respectfully submit the will avail me little on the other shore. Rorari re used. i ff in error v
following statement as to the recent Here is where I need the flowers and I Robert Muggs lantiff in error, vs.
strike of the attendants here: On th- the smiles and the words of praise and R. A."Jackson, de pendant in error. eo-
morning of July 11, I was handed a pe- encouragement--not over there. If the tuition for rehearing granted and set for
tition by one of the attendants (male) friends who are going to come round oral argument August 25th. Flo
after asking a private terview. Told to my house after I am gone to see ia f Gd e P Summers, aphe llaCv'a llees. o
him that was not the proper way to ob- they can be of any assistance" will lda. pebit l noprhatehe in enied
tain what they wanted and explained come now I will show them how they l. Petition for "rehearing t v D R
in a kind manner that I could not con- can do me a whole lot of good. There U. C Durham appellant.i vs. r.r
sider the request with the threat of res- are lots of the former, there are few ofI Edwards app ee. Petition or re-
ignation If I did not comply, that they the latter. Carry your flowers to the hearing een. d on Tuesday in
had better erase that clause in the peti- living and sin. your songs of praise at IgA ment was heard on say in
i.on, that it was too grave a matter to the dinner tabe. Don't wait for the the Epps murder cases" on appeal.
be answered at once. The petition funeral.- Augusta, Ga., Herald. 6Mrla. V, h dB Alabama Sltlweas
stated that they would resign on the '-- - -. C. eibe lle. Taaha.. G*rgUl al ue.
12th in a body. The paper was return ChanUe Is Timel of DeIparure e* s Tallahassee. Fla., July 20, 1906.
ed, and in the course of the day was Creeeat City Ifm Atahhstlels. Summer excursion rate to Lanark and
again presented by anothermale attend- The traveling public will please be Sochoppy (when for Panacea Springs.)
ant with no change except that the date advised that the steamer Crescent City the following round trip rates re
of threatened resignation, which was due to leave Apalachicola daily at 6:30 announced to Gulf Coast resorts forth
extended to the 18th. It is of course a. m., will in the future leave there at season of 1905, from Tallahaasee:
evident to the Board that I could not 7:00 a. m. daily, except Sundays, and Sopchoppy, $1.00; Lanark, $1.00; Sun-
relegate the management of the Insti- Sundays at 7:30 a.m. days final imit date of sale.
tution to the attenant, and after con- R. C. SNIPs, onho py, $1.25 Lanark, $1.50; Sat
sulting with the other members of the Traveling Passenger Agent urds $l imit 2oliowing Monda$ .
Hopial Staff, I determined to prepare 2t Tallahassee, Fla. Sphioppy, $1.50l Lanark. Mn 00;
for the emergency and take no further -- .. ... daio fpnnop mit 15 days.
notice of t.pe t, which was in re- The Bsy e. So*hop, $1.68; Lanark, S.40;
Sthe mercy o the attendants should Atchison Globe: I have been hear- dailynamit 80 day
adpt a oher eoue ing of the busy bee until -am tiredvof e .C. "SNPES.
Th rno doubt exas ted all the it. A bee works all the summer and Travig Passenger Ag.
attendants ad employees f)oin them rests all winterke a plasterer. And A Federal judge in California has en-
but In this they were disappointed, as a bee hasbad hwit ind tr joined the State Federation of Labor
four female miand seveR male attendants ya a o willnd be andd a local labor ount e from executing
refused to go out, sad one of the around burst grapes. Th ard a boycott upon a frm of mau-
outside employee, theb er joined bees sip the juiee until they become full bcottrr upon the that the detom-
them. The electricIan, eer, vstew- dotse d- h were consdpirine to desoy thep-
a etc.. were faithful ad profuse in off thir debauch, adrunkardbee knows nrortv and ruin the business of their

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Tallshanse, FrMay, July 2X, 39M.

Friends of U. S. Senator Mallory
everywhere will be pleased to learn that
he is much improved in health after a
brief sojourn at Tate Springs.
Gadsden county challenges comparison
with any other county of the State with
a record of only $60.43 delinquent taxes
for 1904. Show up, gentlemen
After having quite a lot of fun with
the cigarette fiends, by telling them of
the stringent provisions of the new
"cigarette law," the newspapers of the
State are now engaged in disseminating
the fact that no such law was enacted
at the recent session.
The Lake City newspapers notably
the Citizen-Reporter are fighting the
college location battle over again with a
degree of vindictiveness which' in not
at all to their credit. We refrain from
encouraging the unreconciled spirit dis-
played by reproducing their intemper-
ate utterances.
Full and free pardon is granted the
Lake City Index on account of a num-
ber of sneaking little sarcasms about
The True Democrat. The Index was so
completely flabbergasted over the de-
cision of the college location matter
that it hasn't since been its real, jolly
harmless self at all.
No man or woman exists whose
place in the work of the world cannot
be filled, even including the $100,000-a-
year life insurance president. So, when
nearly all of the white employees at the
State insane hospital "walked out" last
week, there were doubtless others near
at hand or easily accessible to take
their places, and the capable superin-
tendent, Mr. Whitner, while put to a
little extra trouble, did not let the help-
less wards of the State suffer.
They do say that politics was the
trump card in the University deal and
that a promise of support for governor
given one of the Board of Control was
the card that turned the trick. --Madi-
son New Enterprise.
Those who voted for Gainesville were
Messrs. T. I. King and P. K. Yonge.
Which of these two will the New En
terprise name as the one who was
guilty of trading? We pause for a
reply but do not expect to get it.
Such imputations are unworthy of a

Florida newspaper.
The Atlanta Journal remarks
rumor in prevalent in that city
extension of the G F. & A.
from Carrabelle to Atlanta via
bus, and adds: "An extension
Georgia, Florida & Alabama is

that a
of the
of the

under course of construction to Quincy,
Fla., and this adds currency to the
rumor of the extension to Atlanta.
The road traverses the finest section of
Georgia and Florida, and such an ex-
tension would be of great benefit to At-
lanta and the intervening country."
The St. Augustine Record notes the
fact that property owners are protest-
Ing at the Increase in taxation caused
by the levy of the drainage tax, and
mentions one instance where the taxes
of a large owner in Dade county have
been Increased from $6,(X) to $80,(00.
The Record adds: "The object of the
new law is to benefit the State, but
trouble is already certain to arise when
it comes to deciding what lands shall be
taxed. If the plan can be worked out
fairly and satisfactorily it should result
In the opening up of thousands of acres
of valuable lands that will provide
splendid homes for new settlers."

The Timee-Union notes the fact that
"in the central part of the State a
weekly paper has a protest against the
dodger as a method of advertising for
the merchant. The editor of this coun-
try weekly, who sees his valuable ad.
vertising space go begging while the
poor subterfuge is being passed to the
man on the street by a boy who annoys
more than he places. rises to argue
that the merchant who uses this means
of advertlein when the newspaper is

open to him is a fool, with a capital
*F" of the boldface series."
Tallahasmee has a few "dodger mer-
chants," but the number is rapidly dim-

Th time Is fast approaching when
the vigaorou s h-a--e of U. S. Senator
John T. Morgan and others upon the
Nicaragua route for the isthmian canal
wiU be completely vindicated. Three
years of experience with the Panama
route has shown that the obstacles exe
listing there are as formidable to Amer-
ican as to French engineers.
The Jacksonville Metropolis repro-
duces a portion of The True Democrat's
article relating to the reply of the Joint
committee of investigation of the State
hospital to the protest of the Board of
State Institutions, commenting as fol-
The Tallahassee True Democrat is by
no means a whitewashing machine or an
apologist for the wrong doings of offi-
cials or employees of the State govern-
ment. L 0
That is right, Mr. Democrat. Go
ahead and let the people know it all.
They want the facts, as the good name
of a humane institution and the reputa-
tion of the State are involved in the
That the reply of the joint hospital
committee to the protest of the Board
of State Institutions h t the Jennings
contingent in a sore place is evident
from the following howl of the Brook.
ville Southern Argus:
The first legislative committee ap-
pointed to Investigate the insane asy-
lum has come out in a full page reply
to the scything arraignment of them by
the Board of State Institutions. The
reply fully justifies all the Board of
State Institutions said about them. If
all that they alleged about the abuses
at the asylum had been true, which we
are glad to know are not, it could not
have justified them in making a parti-
san attack upon the administration.
They were not supposed to have been
sent to Chattahoochee for political pur-
poses, but they seem to have thought
Speaking of the disx.ositlon some peo-
people indulge by suppressing legiti-
mate local news, the Lakeland News
remarks thus:
A newspaper man worthy of the name
is never a prying busybody. Family
skeletons or private scandals have no
interest for him. The sanctity of the
home Is always respected, But he is
not to be thwarted by the idiotic whims
of those persons who refuse him inform-
ation merely because it does not suit
their personal pleasure to see a given
matter in print. hrie moral to this lit-
tle screed is that when a newspaper
man asks you for information relative
to any matter in which you are inter-
ested it would be to your interest to
comply with the request, or give a cour-
teous reason why-otherwise you may
rest assured you will see the story in
print anyway, and while it may not be
dealt with from your point of view, its
correctness in all essential details will
surprise you.
The free advertising plan of the
Tampa fair managers has become "an
issue" in the columns of the State
press. The idea was a good one for
the fair management. Fortified by a
most liberal subsidy made by the Legis-
lature out of the treasury, the managers
could just as well have been liberal in
their treatment of the State press, but
Impressed by the example of the recent
great national expositions, an effort was
made by the management to induce the
Florida newspapers to provide the nec-
esnary publicity free of charge. The
plan struck a snag, and the newspapers
are generally protesting against the in
Justice :contemplated. Among recent
expressions on the subject are' the fol-
Why the newspaper rn should do all the
advertising for nothing, running from
forty to fifty dollars per month for four
or five months, is one of those things
which we can't make out. unless it Is
because the State pays the premiums
and the pa per are expected to pay the
rest. Gaideasville Sun
The News admires the shrewd man-
ager of the publicity department of the
Fllorida Mid-Winter Fair, but wecannot
nee it his way to give column after col-
umn of free advertising to a private
corporation and accept in return a ham
sandwich in payment thereof. Let the
Fair management issue stock to the
newspapers according to the amount of
work done and give them a Press Day
besides Lakeland News.
Why kick, brethren? Areyou solong
learning that it is your business to do
deadhead work for your State, county
and town? We are pained to hear you

talk so. Why, go ahead and pubish
the stuff sent you, as you have done in
days gone by when you were hard up
and sweating blood to keep the wolf
from the door while lying like a gentle-
man about the beauties of your town
and section and the splendid enterprise
of your business community. Have you
not admonished the people time and
time again to "patronie home indus.
tries" when at the very time merchants
of your municipality wer asendi out
of town to get their job printing done?
So you have, and you will do It again.
And furthermore, haven't you come in
for a "cuasin#" by ig-hbeaded subscrib.
oers who dildnt pay tor the paper, but
who with fine show of scornand ddau t
declared "there is nothing In It?" No


"If the good name or character of
the female employees has been traduc-
ed, it was not done by the committee.
Mr. D. W. C. Yarborough did volunteer
some very damaging information to one
member of the committee with refer-
ence as he expressed it, to the repre-
hensible conduct between male and
female attendants. He said they had
gone out in pairs or couples two nights
in the week, ramblilg and lying out
until late, and in one instance a couple
was out all night; that when Dr. Gulnn
was away so long last summer he (Yar-
borough) determined to stop it, etc.
that in one instance he was satised
something wrong was goina on in a
room and he opened the door quickly
and found them in a vry compr.In
position- that they had o to much an
extent that there ed to be no d&-

doubt*W eae. isy buin to
ft ews,"tfSO r far t her
ew Ml d remonan service for
thI am we are nMr-
pr that you, with aN
your weab of olden experience of
w*" you we poesssed from years of
Contact wnerou publ, should
have turned at this late day. Don't
fall to reamnmber that you are piloting
a country Journal, that your column
are as fr as the air you lve on for
every puble enterprise and private snap,
and that you are to look for your re
ward In he .-av -Leesburg Commer-

The Starke Telegraph in a recent is-
sue undertook to disclose the true in-
wardness of the failure of the Legisla-
ture of 18 to obey the Constitution
and make a reapportionment of the
members of the House of Representa-
tives according to population. The
Telegraph naively declares that "the
smaller counties, which hold the balance
of power in the Legislature under the
present apportionment," would not-
and will not-consent that justice should
be done and the Constitution obeyed.
By "the smaller counties," it may be
presumed that the Telegraph meant
those having only a single member of
the House under the present apportion-
ment-made in 1887. There are just 22
of these. Can the Telegraph explain
how 22 members, out of 68, "hold the
balance of power?" The counties
which could not have been affected by
reapportionment in 1897 number 31-a
majority in number; with 40 votes- a
majority of the total vote. Will the
Telegraph kindly explain how these
were induced to disobey the Constitu-
tion, in the interest of seven counties
whose representation should have been
reduced from two members to one each?
The votes and influence of the seven
counties whose representation should
have been increased by one each in 1897
are not now considered at all, and cer-
tainly were not regarded in that year.
The truth is that the Telegraph's ex-
planation does not explain anything;
and its labored argument to the effect
that "the present apportionment was
made for the purpose of making Flor-
ida's delivery from carpet-base rule safe
and certain," falls quite flat in the light
of the fact that in IS87, when the pres-
ent apportionment was made, there was
no "carpet-bag rule," nor any fear of
As the representative of one of the
seven counties which, under a just re-
apportionment would have its represen-
tation reduced from two members to
one, the Telegraph hilariously remarks:
"We could give you [meaning thecoun-
ties entitled to increase of representa-
tion] more at present if we felt so in-
clined * but we don't want to
and we ain't agoin to."
Doubtless the time will come when a
Legislature may be chosen whose mem-
bers have some regard for the com-
mands of the Constitution, and then the
seven counties which for so many years
have been deprived of just representa-
tion will be fairly dealt with.
w---.--,. --
The recent" walk-out" at the State
asylum was one of the results of the
publication, in the Times-Union of July
7th, of the reply of the joint legislative
committee which investigated the hos-
pital to the protest of the Board of
State Institutions. As the public is in-
terested in knowing the exact status of
the matter, we reproduce below that
part of the joint committee's reply
which referred to evidence furnished by
Mr D. W. C. Yarborough, and which
was the cause of offense to the striking
employees. Mr Yarborough's evidence
as officially published by the joint com-
mittee and the House committee did
not appear to be objectionable to these
employees, but when recapitulated by
the joint committee in its reply, its ob-
noxious features appeared to be brought
out into bold relief, and emphasized;
hence the indignation of the striking
In its reply the joint committee said:

and work as one.man to make it an
ideal institution of learning. Bartow
We believe however that as bad as
this may appear on the surface what
seems a hard blow may in reality be
DeFuniak's opportunity. Under the
provisions of the Buckman bill the au-
thority is given for the State to permit
the use ofth'*State property not used
for State school p)rpoer for the use of
county high eo pupose.. Under
the deeds for the prpert to the State
her it can o for a purposes
only. If this prop can beo soured
for the p of a high school here,
and we beive that it can, we have the
ortuty to establish a high bseool
tat will be of even more benM t to our
town and in fact all West Florida, than
the Normal school was or ever could be.


a f ohm of onw In la pres.
-oI o a b. He soce.iaa-
fwd tsom e twe or mao e eat e at-
tendants and Probably me patient, who
had n rth two to four
montheaf1- - 1ho 11taL He
aleo referred to tho conduct of Dr.
Guin and a female employee."
The employees, it is said, also had
grievances against Mrs. Yarborough,
who has been acting as supervisorees in
the female department of the hospital,
but specifiaestions of the same have not
been made public.
Ila another column we publish the
official statement of Superintendent
Whitner; and without hesitation we
affirm that he could not maintain the
discipline of the institution without
promptly denying the demands of the
striking employees. And we feel en-
tirely confidentof Superintentent Whit-
ner's ability to restore the normal
status of the institution by the prompt
employment of others to fill the vacan-
cies in the hospital force.


As Expressed In Print Concerning
College Location.
With one or two exceptions, the
Florida newspapers have been prompt
to uphold the hands of the joint board
in the matter of locating the State col-
leges, and in promising abundant moral
support to the several boards in respect
to the future management of these in-
stitutions. Here follow a few expres-
sions from leading journals throughout
the State:
The action of the authorities in se-
lecting Gainesville as the location for
the new State University will meet
with quite general approval throughout
the SLate, as also wall the selection of
Tallahassee for the Female College. -
Palatka News.
The Board of Control and Board of
Education after hearing the arguments
for Lake City, Taliahassee and Gaines-
ville, and after careful reflection, locat-
ed the University at the latter pace.
We doubt not this was a wise decision.
-DeFuniak Herald.
Gainesville has fairly won the great
prize fight after a great fight, and
although our sympathies were with our
neighbor, Lake City, now that the issue
has been finally determined, we present
to Gainesville our sincere congratula-
tions accompanied by the renewed as-
surance of our distinguished considera-
tion. Live Oak Democrat.
Florida will now have two good, sus-
tained educational institutions, and the
State will be somewhat relieved of the
financial burden of supporting number
of colleges. The recently appointed
bod -the Board of Control-did the
work, O let us hope both sides are now
satisfied with the selections made.
Success to Gainesville and Tallahassee!
-Titusville Advocate.
In locating the State University at
Gainesville, the Board of Controldoubt-
less had no other motive or incentive
than a desl:r- to please a majority of
the people and best serve the interests
of the whole State. Gainesville is an
ideal location and we believe the insti-
tution will prosper there. Let's all pull
together and strive to make the Uni-
versity tbe very best in the South!-
Marianna Times-Courier.
The action of the Board of Control in
locating the University at Cainesville
has met with the generous a approval of
the people of old Putnam. This county
was among the first to advocate the
claims of the Alachua city, and there-
fore the outcome was particularly pleas-
ing to all. Gainesville is an ideal site
for a great institution of this character.
Her central location, excellent climate,
healthful surroundings-in brief, her
natural advantages are scarcely equall-
ed. -Palatka Times-Herald.
In lo ating these institutions the
boards have made no mistake. This we
firmly believe is the verdict of three-
fourths of the people of Florida today,
and will be the verdict of time, which
after all is the only true test of the
wisdom of all human actions. Gaines-
ville is an ideal college town and if she
is anything like as immaculate as her
friends represented her to be in the
newspapers and in the contest before
the boards, we should think that not
only university students, but half the
population of the State would long togo
there to take in some of that rare at-
mosphere of public spirir. moral eleva-
tion, exalted refinement, Christian tol-
eration and brotherly love which hang
like a halo above this terrestrial para-
dise. But jesting aside having given
the University an ideal location, let us
all "put our shoulders to the wheel"


hto-sst~tlM hla w anmdm to
hea it yIt we take the stp
in the matter that the loss State
Unld cho hPas b etb really to our
advantge.-DaFualak Dreene.

For=y r, have elapsed sines t), -4'
elo evi war; and the yropoi
memorial to the women of the out
has not yet been erected. That the
United Confederate Voterans an not
inmeolble, however, to the obliation
rat upo them to take the lead in
tia p trie enterprise* was fully do-
monstrated at the la meannual reunion
at Louisville. where the following pre-
amble and resolutions were adopted
Whereas, At our reunion of 1904, our
federation turned over to the sons the
sacred duty of raising the funds for U e
Memorial to the Women of the Confed-
eracy; and
Whereas, In so doing we never relin-
quish our deep and abiding love for the
cause, or our intention to aid and assist
it by every means in our power; and
Whereas, We have clearly shown
this, by our appointment of a commit-
tee to co-operate and by the work
which this committee and many other
veterans in all parts of the South have
done during the past year; and
Whereas, It will ever be our most
earnest desire to see this tribute paid
to our glorious women, and we are most
anxious to further co-operate with and
give substantial aid to our sons in the
performance of this sacred duty; there-
fore, be it
Resolved First-That each camp of
the United Confederate Veterans, im-
mediately after the adjournment of the
convention and the return home of its
delegates, shall appoint a committee to
actively canvass its respective commu-
nity to raise funds for this Memorial
to the Women of the Confederacy, to
which noble, worthy and just object
this federation has repeatedly and sol-
emnly pledged itself and its comrades.
Second-That in case any camp does
not take action within one month by ap-
pointing this committee, it shall then be-
come the duty of its commander to
make appointment of such committee.
If no action is then taken by the com-
mander. any member of the camp who
is enthused with the high sense of his
duty to this holy cause, and desires to
honor our God-like women, is urged per-
sonally to take charge of the matter,
secure the endorsement of his local
camp or its officers and make such col-
lections as he can from his community.
Third-That all funds collected under
resolutions bne and two shall be depos-
,ted in some home bank, at interest, to
the credit of the chairman of the United
Confederate Veterans' committee of
co-operation (Gen. C. Irvine Walker,
Charlestpn, S. C.), and that he shall be
promptly advised of such deposit.
Fourth-That the above resolutions
are not intended to be obligatory upon
such camps as have already taken simi-
lar action or have already contributed
to this fund $50, or more.
Fifth-That each camp is urged to
endeavor to raise from its community
as its quota, at the very least, the sum
of $50.
Sixth-That all camps shall complete
this work by January 1, 1906, and on
that date make a report of the results
achieved to the chairman of our com-
mittee of co-operation, (Gen. C. Irvine
Walker, Chareston, S. C.)
Defective Laws.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
With all the precedents of careless
legislation, and advice to be careful in
the framing and passing of laws the
Florida Legislature seems to give little
heed. Law after law has been declared
null and void by the courts, because the
rules of passage were not complied
with, and the constitutional provisions
not obeyed. The rules are plain, and if
a school boy should neglect to obey
thefh he would deserve switching. Yet
men of intelligence and experience in
business and some in law will proceed
session after session ot the Legislature
to pass laws so carelessly as to make
them of no effect when an attempt to
enforce them is made.
Judiciary committees of the Legisla-
ture, whose duties are to see that all
bills comply with the constitution, are /
also at times at fault in reporting bills
to be in proper shape, and upon these
reports it is concluded that legally the
bills are all right, but when the test
comes afterwards in the courts it is
pointed out that either the established
rules of procedure have not been fol-
lowed or that there are one or more
provisions of a bill in conflict with the
constitution, and the result is all the
expense and bother of pasage is wast-
ed Slight defects thai could be reme-
died in a second are overlooked, and
these often prove fatal to good laws-
laws that the people need and want.
If the number of bills introduced in

the Legislature were limited perhaps .
more pains would be taken to see that
all were right before enacted into law.
The scramble to introduce bills has
been one of the prime faults of legisla-
tion. Some members seem to think the *
more bills introduced the better their
constituents will be pleased, when in
fact, if only one or two weoll--p-ed
bills were introduced they would ot be
knocked out by the courts, as Is gner-
erally the case when man are hurried-
ly p and through by
committees and Legislature.
The MetsMpol and other State papers
warned the st t in regard
to hasty and dectif vpage e of laas,
but it seem to have don little good, as
attorneys all over the State an now
attacking the validity of new law, and
the prospect is that many will to
stand the judicial scrutiny.

N Neat PrIfbting

Creates a good impression among your
correspondents and helps to give your
business prestige.




S Pandemonium Precipitated By a
Fierce Battle in Streets.


Were Weapons Used by Rioters--Two
Hundred and Fifty Policemen Re-
quired to Stop the Fight.

"San Juan Hill," the district bound-
ed by Amsterdam and W',st End ave-
nues and Sixty-first and Sixty-third
streets, in New York cliy, so called
because of Its notoriety as a battle-
ground, was the scene Frid-ay night
of a furious race riot which required
250 policemen to quell after many
shots had been flred and several per-
sons had been seriously injured.
The trouble began shortly after 9
o'clock when a policeman arrested Ed.
ward Conne ly, white, for attacking
Hury Williams, a negro, and was
pursued to the station house with
his pr.soner by a mob of Connolly's
friends, hurling shower. of stones and
k- oi:,-r m!.sll.is. When the station
house rpesrves turned out the whole
neoghl'orhood was in an uproar, and
hiarkcls anl whites engaged In dla-.
p-rate stragg:os in the streets. 'Tor-
rents of missiles ,ver hurled from
roots and windows. Within ten min-
utes not less than a thousand men,
boys and woni n, black tid white,
\* re engag.ld 1 a furious combata.
The small pjrty of police were pow-
erless and reinforcements were sum-
On their rival a cordon was drawn
around the whole dilsrict. and strong

patrols made
the streets! in
,)r e ri. ThI ,.'y
fi'\v prIsoeii'rs,
tr,:a;, fighting
and pursued
ty a howling
Thei' warotf
second t lr'et,
iow andI roof

r;pe'ated charges ,down
a viln effort to restore
ti;cee(dt l I n making a
and wert' for, er to re-
evetry inch of the way
to the station house
fighting was In Sixty-
where from every win-
rauin'd missiles, while

hundreds of shots were fired.
Inspector MI Laughlin arrived short-
Iy before 9 o'clock and. realizing how
widoe'pretad was the danger, sent hur-
ry calis for reserve( from as far north
as One Hundred and Twenty-fltn
street from the east aside, and from
the wrst side. In all there were more
than 25.') men under command of the
inrs; 'r'tor within twenty minutes.
Squads of men were sent along
roofs of the houses in Sixty-se'otnd
street, where the fighting seAmiod
heaviest. They walked from \'est
End avenue 'o Amsterdam, cle'iring
the oofs, and found that many chim-
neys had been torn to pieces to fur-
nish ammunition to the rioters, and
In the corners of roofs were lmoiinds
of bricks, pottery and bottles. More
ar.-'sm wre made, and several whites
alit n'groes were rescued from gangs
of assailants, but a desultory combat
copt! :ni ed.
Tho rioting spread down town to
Fifty seventh street and up to Sixty-
eighth rstret, although the hard* st
hattlts were fought between Six'y-
fIrst and Sixty-third streets. For
more than half an hour cars on the
Amni.f(.rdam lIne w verp blocke'd. Color-
*rd non purwnted by white look r'f-
gi (on cars as they passed,. and wurs
fi:,,!ows d by showers of brihcs and
stones as they fled. Every window
In many ears wore broken, and pan-
sengers took shelter In neighboring
honiAes. Conductors and Mnotrr ni-n
io t ld under seans, leaving their 'ari
SM the mrc(: of the mob. Several
passengers worp slightly hart by
stones and broken glass.
/ ('ommislo.ner McAd:,o arrive( at 11
So'clocrk. and made a tour of the' at-
tlp flod,. the fighting by that tme hav- i
ing rease'o Hle aid the riot o'nld ,
not have takin place had not the
rouigh r e'on' nt been permitted to
carry arms. They appe aed to have
a regular arsers, of woaponp, as the
police found when they searched the


Ex-Senator DeclaresPassage of Esch
Townsend Bill by Congress Would
Knock Out Jim Crow Cars.
A Washington dispatch says: In I
recent Interview former Sena'oi
Chandler of New Hampshire brought
forward a qm stion that was ge.neral;y
dis;.,::ssed when tihe Esch-Towasend
bill was under consideration during

the last eys'oii of congress, but whi, h
is sure to come up if a similar 2roas-
:ur' is bought forward next winter.
Mr. Chandler favoreA the E:.ch'To 'n.
s.nl bill and onft of his ri asons ior
doing so was that "if national Co:i-
'ro: of ra.lroad.s is allo\%ed, all il.i
r rimilat ons betwo en whites and
biacHs in the enjoyniMLnt of railroad
fLi Ilities wil! I., at'o;:shed; in o'hi'r

v%-ords there will hev no jim crow
( ars, and ti t wlhiti' n:ati and tthe
nogro wi.l t av to .At s:l~e y s:dle
:n the simo car.- all over the, so) ih.
This uterana' by .Mr. ('linl :. l:as.
already given rise to c('ins:deral,! ,I..s
cuiision and sorm, of ttih I rinds of1
thk E < (h-Townse:il !i.11 hav' enid av.-
ored to explain tha, I; wouid have
no such effect, as ihe hI': '% s., an,l
that It would not be cc.n r iI as numil
llfy:ng tte laws that ha'., i.,..i ;,jssed
in southern states !v, i r t :. t!, ran
roads to afford sepira if ;c.tinnmo !:it
tons for wh.tes and Il'u',,s It is
(c r'ain that it wo-ild u ttt iffe t t!:. se
IlaIe so far as they apily to 'r tis
:ortation wholly w\vi i,i t' is
of a siluge sta''. It is not so e(ar
tiat it wo l I not hI, wsithitn he pI ',IM r
of" :h( in'e' state ( o( iin ''ri e oi o:llill:.
hiln and of 'h co(IIr s lo (cotimpel il.1
I roads to grant 'qitual af om!nyiota' .)i:
S0' whites ind L's I s travel' n arit :
4t f I !te 1
Thei' l in :uag' of lhie hiil! which hMr.
('lihan l rll l;<''],v's \\oilldl p lac e in' a. s
:n" an en!i:y witil whitt' miirn mn,.
n'.' n ) ither:i r2!ili\\tay tra.ls.; is
t; 'lt in ('llin 1. T'I.s S, C(" ln prii)

T .Fi t W (it .w v r, ::pi in (i llip:-(')it
,' mad ., tundi.r i .'m 13: of the
i.l rg-.lat ( oni r.'n t' i, i. l ''-
state n onmiir' eo ilassioni si.all, af.
'el 'I f hearing. mili h' ly !ni d l: i orr
:* ii.i:tg d(cclaring any ',xis'ing' ra',e for .
;h' traflsnal station (f ;si():ns or m iprop-)
"', .or any trgulaition (ir p): t '1 c
'l.attKuoeve'r affecting the t rfansporta-
4r;n of prisons or property 't) he nti-
:',asonah'le or 'njuistly dil!r!'ri'nit)a',ory,
r commission shall hatvi lt" r. an i
it 'sh&!l h' its duty,. n 'del1 ire tanid
orl'er what shall be a Just nntid ra-
,iaiHl)l, ratef prac'tire or regtiato!(:
  • n *he future In plane. of that found
    '* It' tinraasonah'P or injuls:ly (!:5q rim-
    in itory, and thhe ordlr of the ('nt it S.
    'oln shall. of its 4own force, take of
    ., nand hbeono oipe'rtivi thirty days
    lt'' r n('lo* e, thi'rof I is l,Leon giv n
    .0o b: (liprsi or prisons afl' tI 14
    Y "
    \\'iii: the chief pur;-4 o hnd in v'i'w
    vy t'ie framers of tho' 'Esh-TownIn I
    I was to give th' Interstite', r'on.-
    ri, re' conindlpsion incras,,d l aithlority
    ,or freight rates, ithey ) *.''. T:io b ill 'prolposo to ionfer
    .:;; .i the eomnmitNs.sn powl'r to r'hang
    .i1i\ "re, theilo n or pri-tirv whatslo-
    *'' r affi ting th1' traits nortation oI( I
    ) nr,;',st)f or prop r v" 'hat might 1 '
    S'i]tld to hi' .;,rr-as. ii. a l' or unjm i *.,
    ,!'- r'mn iaory. The's ;is v .ry broad
    lan1liagef. Son.iP of the opp)in'its of
    tio bill hai, c g(in.' -() far is < ((to
    ', !id that it w A ild t i\ the' connli ;i'-
    .n,'(i prac t;,a'.Ily als llu' Pw'I ,.r o'ver
    ,h-' mnnan.mollt 4 *of of the rail-
    rn ,ls in thet I'n' !fT l s a'.s, in 'nI
    ,'ii;ni tihi'mn to prscerilo thie sc-hd
    it!, on which tran:t should inov
    inil 'Ih' s'at- f m at n whirh thv w ihoulid
    ;,<,p and tn fix Ithe wr.gu( of 'mp'oy
    S .a. A n'K'irh :'i'% 'X m'iTri r'ons-run
    *ion wumild ie'm to ma', e It cover a
    rgrtiiat.or or prart're"that might he
    all'.o.l to h "n' lnju:tly d.scrimnalory"
    ** I''w'afen a whit|' lman and a l'la(k I

    BHbaes 00"a W. whMtOOMle.
    W:*''in nine ilitys elghty-'wo infants
    u;i(t-r ont' year (oft age have ded in
    r','ve:and. Ohio. ani4 the city health
    a r'horitlit- are making a close in"vn-
    T;na'ion into anitary cond!tons and
    thr milk saurply.



    President Gives Explicit Orders to
    Probe Cotton Leak Scandal.


    Crooked Work of Holmes Designated as
    Worse Than Stealing-lastrucaions
    to the Attorney Gental.

    President Roosevelt h.s determined
    that the sta:.dal gr.win; out of the
    LO.ton report leaks in tau department
    of agricui.ur a..al Le prol ed to the
    bottom. lie holds thi. tte man or
    I en re..-ni.i.le I o.o tih leaks are

    even in a g.eater dvgrie culp~abiO
    than the "Wo.d siaote Iet!;iha! they
    Stolen LuueC- outr4JtLL r-au thae gov-
    t. rnu. en,. livi prop~sus ~tisa, Astcbtant
    8ti&.tiL ian tiolms. 4.yiL hozjjtie-
    liics aWlgat. otis ateu l1:te. alha.l be
    j)uflimltiedif it WWI h be ionad pohisibie
    1U 23 C11: Ce 1, 8S ri*( t a I (til JVI( tiot
    under prt esnt la~s.
    The pr s ien: ha:s followed the
    work of t'iO tiuves-Az~attiu.i (onducted
    by Sce: e ar) NW. smi wi h Iieon inter.
    est. The gen. o ii esii th bave been
    p.rusuil ci to Ihim, to cC t,:. uitt Suh'lh
    ttecommitue) I 'it 025h., S M- 'e. tary Wil-
    son had to ma:'v. Tht pretulent took
    rron.,nt an .I e ':si% t! i i-i( ii. He re.
    i('rre I tzme itfit, e;-to t .,#- lep-irtinent,
    of Jti~ti-e, w th nm-rcc io; is that it
    should be iv. n iumtdjwIia e:ndi care-
    fill att nii on. In a c-trdmr e with
    that .rder, SoIl. tor (1 etiral i o'. Is
    making a thi,. o igh Inq-iry into the

    To re afot c" hip forma! order, 1Pres-
    !'Ient Iii oro 'evet tWI C)e rthe foi;o~~ ing
    pointed Icrter to Atto:zney General

    "My Dnar M r. Mi ody: I most oiaryi-
    t-sly h o e vw':y V. er: "A!Ilho, madeo
    to bring iiio ms to u.i 't.ce hi (oftitie,.
    tiC? 101 %Ajh t0e0(0 otl 4IM)it t sanldfl.
    Plonse go (;v( r the ;-.nj.'rm yourseir.
    The mvm ;s, it) mly ji ;:i'ia fat,
    vrelt'-r scnmindrl ethan if hehtIlftI o-
    en lmo' v'. fi o;mithe .'ramn.as
    ho 1:S "I 'I(I gf A "II' n !1: 1 I t-dcet've
    (o'ii :' S 145 nu toIo ii#t N.13( i for- h .r
    scIl and tow otherss. t t it 'or-,Wy ourp,

    In rv';tqI.on-to) 'lhe jrt s lentit slet-

    "HotIorttI.Ma-S .,July 14. I:we.;. -Dver
    Mr. rse : I I h ve r'TV- el VI oiir
    letter .July 12,.Findt note '%% ith eariI the
    anxiety' yon ,xpre'ismthat Iholmers. he
    offendIng 'fMl 1 1 .n the itO caOsP
    to hrouicht to ls i e f o~ d. I

    have (top:, t'l luth corre slIn)( 'fl'ntce
    wA ;t!h thI 1 t114 ( lI : r "t!i" a', In i ".CU8
    touch wV t;i lh!s itne1 -L'; i',iion. It
    shall rcive'v, my nm t '. ',trt.sti per.
    sonal att-nItlon I '.vll not now ex.
    press an opin'nit i. I :;hjk It b't('r
    to await the re',u.t of inme invest IgS.&
    tiona now in tpro gi t -m i i the di'lparL-
    ment of just:.c. At the first si-ason-
    able morn i'nt, I w;ll commilniicatt to
    you the piogre'rs w) have i made alnt
    the pr('spect f It 1 inents. Very ro'.
    specially, \VIl.IIAM H. MOODY."
    Cotton Men In Conference.
    Harvie .Ih)id.n, ipree dei t of thl
    Aomuthern Cot' on As.-ociation arrlv,,?
    In Waashlingt.;n tSaurday, and Itirne-
    diately went :tio coniferec'ie wttil
    Richard Chea'ham, -ore ary of rho
    same asts.u(t'on, nd IHenry G. IHes-
    ter, recre'tary of the Now Or.rains
    rotton exchanim'., wno are a' tNE cap-
    Ital In conmo' til n Ith th.t prouiWnig
    The cotton mtiei n:(t at the ro of Colon"l IH l itr. at the 1 l, inl),tt
    Honse. No:i' oIf lh-m would state
    the charsi(ter of the buIsn ie's tiIder
    consideration i,,yotl saying that tho
    offclals of thi' tio orgari'zatlons In
    every way L os It: will assist tho
    Investigit'on ,f tho (chgses wh,(ch
    are being conduc'r! by lep depart-
    ment of Justlh e
    New Acreage Report Ordered.
    Secretary \Wil',n was In ,lengthy
    conference Mitir lay nibht with
    Messrs. Jor!an til l ster. as a
    result of which It ham been 'loeided
    to lsu< a new ro'ftn acreage report
    to take the Ilia ,' of the report I-t,,id
    In.June, prov lc I t' ,r, are smifflent
    funds availaldh' to :(o thv work.

    IITI 4RR11lt, ll, K)O MISSION.,

    Rwbiian Peace' Inov Haa Manv C0ll ton
    MakiP BOfore Dpeflurp.
    A St. I' ,',rinr r ditnpi'<'h sayvs
    \( W i\tte .>p-IuI' tI !''it:r w ithi Mr. M .I
    tr., lthe A n' i':inr ;n am:ias'a' iorl, t a It I
    t' ,, ir-o sl. t~l I ,**', Itif4 r+tt'ie'. l<'frr,
    ' vt rig for ;' '.\ tti ', \i 1 \
    - 1I ano t,4', ii l'' i'(' withii the (ni
    plror. In tihi' n:r.in:flrut hi' must pai
    a round o(f cfrlclal visitn to atl th1
    imneral n 'n't"-. M. WItto i fl
    p,.rtc'd to ti.' the h'iroPe of a per-
    rnal mi ,swg.** from the empc'ror to
    I'rr? .<-nl RtH ,'vf!'.

    im buy Mt NG IANDSOMI, SYMMT4 JC01 sad

    wr-a CU:LT PRODUCT, oamiinlg in its
    at&it-up al the good points found ohigh
    gva, nck icnai and otbents tat-a e edtsivly
    .71-HTh..-for iiatsuca, our TESO N DWI-
    CA TC2, a cdoyic that shom, the temia at a
    -1&=G, &ind wit have otnri ZJaat appeal to can-
    ulbtivcn. All Drop Heiads h~ave Astomstic
    Lift anid beautiful Swell Frent, OatIM la
    Wookwork. Vibrator &ad Rotary bityu


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    The kaiser Is said to have prepare
    a speech against France which he ha
    now decided not to deliver; and his
    subjects are delivered from Its de-
    livery, too.

    Vegetarianism is all the voc~iu
    among those who take thought what
    they shall et and what they shall
    drink. Bridge and boiled cabbuge
    came In together, and who shall say
    which has the firmer hold upon per-
    sons of fashion, asks Hir Herbert Max-
    well in The Outlook.

    Only the British metropolln now ex-
    crods New York city In point of popj-
    latlon. and New oYrk may before
    many years, advance to the first place.
    Itut what shall it profit a city to grow
    Into the. most populous municipality
    the, world has ever meen If in the pro-
    ri< fit Iroses its own moul--which is

    From one pofnt of view, It is of
    cour,'e obvious that the man who ran
    afford to pay $SOO) for a Louis XIV,
    tapestry can afford to pay $3000) addl-
    tlonal for the privilege of bringing it
    Into his ewn country. And yet It
    would be hardly surprising If the gen-
    tieman lad entertained< a passing wish
    that Louis had lived and reigned In
    P'aris, N. Y.

    A cordial welcome must hew extend-
    ed to anything that helps to solve the
    servant problem, elameclally In so far *an
    It relates to the kitchen, says the New
    York Evening Icot. Good < books, al-
    ways nat a premium, are particularly
    soairce at preitent, ast tt rvanitl ar t
    showing oorpe and more Inclination to)
    Inmlxt on having the easier upstailr
    and dining-room work. It is thero-
    fore of the ut most Importance that 6iho
    kltrchn work should I mnud elaser
    and pleasanter.

    The <'ointry's servlce in more than
    honorable to fI e luan who iHperorlIN it
    It Is vitalhile to the country that
    command It, and It should be pal I
    for at it pr(ilopr rate and rirrotinded b)y
    the smians of a national appremlatloni of
    Its worth. The country Is rich enouilh
    to do its diplormnt:" work with nior,"
    lliberality. It hiuoild not Ip'rmit its;
    arnlars idor at the Coutirt of Hi .larni
    to Kptnlid, on itm behalf, a large' f rttinel
    of hi4i owu in order that he inay pr,-
    sirte heli preJ nllsye of theq I'nilted l liir.4 t
    as a rofat power, dic- larei the Wiilsh-
    ligtoiii tatr.

    It is ,it ti t eIf I' wolleii'rcI i at tho' lll- r
    to( of Ir.s n'y'm Naval Annuil tx.
    at thei P1r l of I!tHf the' I'rll, 0 l ( lhist 4
    will Il'ori( lin' h I,e'colnmI aii l iowefr of I
    th ve' oili andI thol iritl-il anld iUntel
    State nes 1w lotiilieiild would li, alu I
    to Ipit linto lin' 7;r> o rNit f lhinm l i;ttl-
    IhipM. IIM o':ntn ire'd with 1f'I |I.eH .cIC '
    i, the' oithe'r llve iiatal pOIwe'rH Tl i. (
    IN a mi nMt iltipr'Ml'l r co(-,l rlikileiatl i
    thllnlls thei New York Trrlilune It-
    il'arillK u ii ip tlhe' r'i"-tI' 1s Itild elIf P
    tullli ii'ie y if Ihle' A igKl Is )h\ liilt" Irill IIaIOt l geItifyvilllK. l:,1 p'

    the' pI Iite' 1 II ,orlil may i1' In> lee apispnarent atll l
    ff e' live. (

    () the' litI I'eour itoal lhrre'w m~ s ier iine '
    light oiti the rl leetitO why ristlrcatds rtin i
    It pr'ld ,,l ro(muis." hie :lid. ",ho not carry thie" d
    lpr'slile'nt of the I'nlitd SN tftl In a Ip
    ilal trainli over the clllnitry for funr, fir
    glory, or for aidvertlleiig p rirtimi., tit
    bewcaise tIP li chilef eix

    be carried on a regular train, ias it
    would hiandlcap the general eilMratien h
    of the road aud work a hardship on t
    the traveling public. No, regular train f
    could paialbly adhere to Its psheihlr. c
    were the preldent on botrd. Tti' fi '
    that he was a passenger could ntot It,
    kept secret, and at every statIon iand
    dross roads there would be a crowd
    demanding to see and hear him make.
    a speech. There would to a delay of i
    ten or Afteen minute at every station I
    and every 6Lher passenger on the e
    train would be greatly Inconienlen ril. d
    The president's special train ioa.I1- t
    venlences no one, and the roads would
    rather go to the expeuse of running n
    special train free than subject the trav- V
    eling public to the annoyanceO un. t
    avoidable If the president were carried
    on a regular train." i



    A Sayrs of Cartr Children
    Placed o Tra at Valdota


    J. G. Riilbags& -s Three SUs aad
    Two cRgmes Face Jr)y-.latcsa
    Inatest mHlate d.

    One of the most sensational trials
    ever held In the southern section of
    OGeorgia came up at a special term
    of the superior court at Valdosta on
    Monday, Judge Mitchell of Thomas-
    vlile pres.dlng.
    The oase is that against Milton,
    Jesse and Leonard Rawlings, aas al-
    leged prinolpals; Alf Moore, colored,
    as an alleged accessory. and J. 0.
    Rawlings, the father of the boys, and
    Prank Turner, a negro preacher, as
    alleged Inastigators of the crime. Above
    all tbeee, however, stands J. G. Rav.-
    liagl, who la charged with being the
    arch intligator in the murder of Wul.
    lie and Carrie Carter, 11 ad 1-year-
    old children of Mr. and Mrs. W. I..
    Carter of the Hahira district.
    In charging Ithe grand Jury Judge
    Mitchell called attention to the fact
    that it was the first special term
    of court ever held in the distrlet. He
    also spoke in commendation of Me
    law-abiding spirIt of the section of
    the stat..
    The story of the killing and the
    facts surrounding It almost stag.er
    human belieL There were many cir
    euomiaese in the case, It ia c lltmed,
    that pointed to the Rawlings as the
    Inrtigatcrs of the crime, oven before
    the statement of the Carters or the
    contfeesnon of Alf Moore had 'been
    There had been a fetid existing be.
    tween Rawings and Carter for a n m-.
    her of years. The bitterness had been
    Inherited by Rawlings' children, and
    It la charged they did what they could
    on every occasion to make It unpleas
    ant for the children of 'arter.
    Hot1 tmen had been ministers of the
    gospo'. and Carter had been a member
    of rbe N e'l.odist conference. Botti
    had very good farms, and Raw Bugs
    was c'nsileraly a'ove the average,
    farmer In b a property toldIngs,
    A Lr .' immary of tho tragedy In
    as follow, N:
    On tte ng'ht of the I0th of Juine
    'ant, just tCiric ds-', af'er .1 0. Raw.
    liigs wa puit i'n 'or a pLl hibond, I
    of $1,2l',. on a wrranr 1w(rrni out
    by C(arter. Ihe l )e aIn ('rter's yard
    Ie'gen to hark, and his thref l Ipst
    hllrorn. a Ioy snI two girls, a irtleI
    Into the' y rd to lock aft or a t-i<
    ralf, which theov th,' ilght ii am hit':u<
    ziol i'st,.d. Thi' fit .or a led ,h'ni
    bfr'k, a dil the' ,ldve t MNrl r t:irn,' I to I
    he' htio -',.
    W ill' anid (':arr e ran t'4rouith t'e ,
    wnsril'n a's amnd i're '-nl the inoke .
    hi) I t k ti w rdcl a :iArk In ti F,,
    ,nic.., i here' Lih y |ee-rtf cdl to o g
    throlaghh AM t hl'y p;opat li'il thf,
    'rack thOi ;l- .i< H ii s '-tai iti 1 I t.pe
    Slhl l, of ie' tc'i It [ e', tle' | ( )'i the'
    rv nc t':ne ululeor the' ril Tih;e girl l
    1ropi)p'.1 det il. wntl'e the' t ov. ra t.r
    ie'ntg tl .'ha' s w Is i t nt. iArnwhle' l ti)
    hr heoecic til rep i>rt',l h at hanI ha J
    r itod. (
    T'hi pas t.'-. lti' 'l e i t n'l' i nlrcilt t (lnt I*
    ." hironXe all ilult 1 until ttIIt arl]\ I
    |ey, trying ti> hern P p' rt', .' rmnd thtee' s
    te strov t 'e' e vlilt o' lha t o!r h 'rlmr I
    'artie'r. however. la In ma 1 l rifll nn'ad
    l gin ult hI*' Itae'l'e oef t 'e' hion'e,. Inc l
    uy coei Sinm tly flrina *ho rifle tlhroelu h
    he craikl 'n ediffe're nt i :fRIl of thai
    loile, kept themi from arrylng out
    heir purpose. About day h's olUntt
    laughter Informel nIr'hlhora of whata
    ad happened snd the' ne'an of the
    ragelty spread l1,e' wildfire
    The dl(ecloeures since thon have 1
    ecen startllng In the extreme. A r
    olen people were found, it In cliim t

    Md, who coatid traslfy that Hiwllngs t
    had tried to employ them to set fire P
    o Carter's house and then kill the T
    family as each mwmber tried to n. f
    ape. I

    "'. OtAL WA4TIfO 10 S[1 A WRiRK.

    woSeS Sevs ier Arrest fee Attempt
    (* Deral Pasaeer Ire'i.
    Albert Herfer. 14, and Charles xee,
    1. sons of prominent farmers, two .
    mlleq. east of Luma, Ohio, were arrest.
    ed Friday by Pennsylvania rallroad
    detective rchargad with an attempt P
    o wreck pamSenger trMin No. 15. An. r
    gle Irons were placed on the track. P
    iad when the obstructlo. was hit a
    brake rod on the engine and two ii
    inder the coaches were broken, but t
    he train kept on the rails. i
    "We wanted to see a wreck," was c
    he only explanation given. p

    Pound sleep. It was repnrte-1 from
    lancor to KI to-y. and from above l
    Parmlngton -o the coast at Rock-

    IIllRfIE M PlOPt[ MiC(IT ITO 1N14T.

    Deeth llis tia ew York Ithorwdev Wase the
    I ,,r*,14v %wef*ee.
    Thirtern dicaths attributed to the
    -aot weather were recorded In New
    York .:t.v Thurslay. In addition a
    core or more of persons were over-
    onipe by thr heat and are under treat.
    mnnt itn the city hospitals.
    The hblh humidity and the contilt
    vance througTmout the night rf temper-
    titres vary nx only slightly from those
    if the hote'N hours of the day bar.,
    auserd te h'ivy fatality extending the
    ritv nt hot s;eil la the city.

    L. ;YA:'0e,

    SIx S AS FROK W3o.

    Attetltk waM t o Get at Ncp&roU M
    It ogismtty J for AsMsdt aod
    Wrer of Whkte WOma..
    At 10 o'clock Sunday night Govern-
    or Jelks at Montgomery received the
    following telegram from GOadden,
    "MY jail end prisoners confined
    therein threatened by mob. Prison,
    era is Jail charged with rape and
    murder of white woman. Need mili-
    tary assistance. Answer."
    The governor immediately wired
    CaPLila L. B. Raney, commanding the
    OGadaden company of the state troops,
    to place his company at the dieposat
    of the Sheriff, and to keep the exec-
    utive office advised of further devea-
    The negroes la the Gadsden jail
    are: Vance Gardner, Will Jornsnon,
    Ed Johnson, Iunk Richardson. Jell
    Alford and Pannie Mayo. The victim
    of the criminal assault and murder,
    which they are alleged to have com-
    mitted, was Mrs. S. J. Smith, white. a
    The $eed was committed Saturday
    night, but was not discovered until an
    early hour Sunday mornlpg. when oue
    of the negroes now undor arrestt,
    Vance Gardner, reported that he had
    found the dead body of Mrs. Smith.
    Chief of Police White anj several
    ofscers went at once to the arceno,
    and discovered the nude body of tIe
    woman, lying, partially onceealed, In
    Rome bushes by the roadside, about
    thrre.quarfers of a mile from Gads-
    The evidence obtainable shows that
    Mrs. Hmltn was attacked on the up-
    per side of the road, and after hav-
    ing been repeatedly aussalted, was
    dragged by her hair down an em-
    bankment, over rocks and stauraps into
    a clump of bushes, where she was
    loft. after efforts had been made to
    conceal h"e body. Her shoes and
    ito( hton torn from her, and her false
    teeth were found In the road. The wo-
    rnan's ne:k was broker.
    The ground at the siene of the
    crime showed (that the woman had
    put up a dueperare strugKle for life
    snl honor and a lair of sciltsors and
    a easeknlfe were closu to her body,
    weapons which she had evidently
    use d against her assallants.
    Mrs. Smith was Inst een o01 Satur-
    day night, wheii she and her- two
    Pons attondel a jhow in (;acld<,n.
    These boys were said to have been
    drinking, anwl she hearr. separated
    from them. After m l .Ing inu:res
    as to their whereabouts without aval,
    she started home and took a pithi
    which wax nearer than the tlusalroi' e,
    an'l an she was emerging from the.
    path In'o the r, ad she was atlarkotl
    i)y te men.
    Vance (nr,|'er, aho claim fto have
    under arre,-st, and who ria.ins to have
    (iscovere I tpe wo.:an s lbodv, says
    that about niltdn'ght Fatturdiy he' was
    paisstng nnid Mas arousAl hy cr ems e.
    "I'elp" and "Mrirdor.' Gong 'o t tihe
    ne ne lieP fto ini Mr,'. Smltlh prr. ra's ,
    on th Kgro rnd, w'th a nearor stan-i.
    ng over her ;,nl enideavorln < to Rtiuff
    a towel Into hir nioitlh. FHt says that
    ic eaillh'd to thel men to stop, hill was
    t(dl to leIav l\' med'ately.
    A mobt() f :'0( people' gKtherf' i on
    'ro:.i street 'n (;ad(s!'cn a'. da'k and
    at, Min'l' y. n'ght nim r ho I on-I the
    i]t1. dolIntlilng thl t thP d )ip nced. Sl lttff C(..andle'r n:d .lindre
    J. H. I' liqi e' prr' pr.i'p re' compa ny ('* w tih i' i' Lie tenant
    ltrindle. In chargeR was cr l'r!l oiut
    lnd had ph'-k', out immPEdlnt'ly Con-
    ,respiim n I- rn' tt andl .|IcdaP I t5 ;ic1
    mnle' t.l-s. and the mob d speraPd.
    he're he nf 1< n than 10 I men vreP.-
    "it. T;e mob lc'ed a leader, which
    undoulbtedly p- vented bloodshed.

    MAINI S1iAKI BY (4IIQtlArkf.

    icsmic Sh'rks Reattle Thicue Over Learqe
    Porlt* of tIIe %iSte.
    An e'r'l'q.,ake s*T'rock. affeet'nf a
    argeo I ort on of Maine, occurred at
    v ln a. m.. Saturday. andi wnas no-
    lesohle for stouit trn seconds. The
    rnmbllng awoke many IPoplo from


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    and constructed according to the latest improved methods.
    Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of*rough and dressed lumber,
    moulding, stair rails, balusters, I)orch columns, brackets, mantels, grills,
    fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip-
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    All orders will receive prompt
    to be first class In every particular.
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    Schedule in Effect January 8, 1905.

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    Dealer In Hardware, Stovee, Tinware, Wagena

    Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural implements,

    Sugar Mille and Kettles, Mill and Plumber' Sup.

    pllee, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-

    tore, Bulldere' Supplles and Sporting Goods.

    PaHft and Prosper!
    molo MN.

    Asylum Attendants Walk Out.
    A curloae and sesationas scate of at-
    fairs sees now to exist at the Plor-
    Ida Hospital for the ansane at Chab-
    tabhoochee. The trouble wma precip-
    tated by the late additional report of
    the joint legislative committee.
    After reading the paper, some thir-
    ty odd of the whl:e male and female
    attendants, which Includes about all
    of the available force, tendered their
    resignation. to take edect at once,
    unless D. W. C. Yarborough and wife
    vacate the premises.
    They allege that Mr. Yarborough
    has been deceitful, unreliable and a
    disturbing element ever since he
    came to the inasttutlon at the begin-
    ning of the poliltcal campaign. eight.
    teen months ago. They allege that
    their honor and Integrity have been
    grosMly assailed from time to time,
    unjustly, without redress or any In.
    vestigation by the proper authorities,
    his word and acUtons always being
    accepted as final, and while he Dosed

    *urveylFg rmdle tor Unvwrsety.
    Matter have assumed a rather deo
    nite proportion la the matter of o
    casting the University of Flortda at
    Oalnesville, since the surveying oorps
    has b10 the actual work of laying
    of the university grounds which wore
    recently donated by the city, about
    one mile west of the court house.
    After careful examination of the
    grounds. Dr. Sled4, expressed himself
    as ~btg pleased with the location, as
    a better site could not have been se-
    In speaking of the university. Dr.
    ledd stated that the faculty for the
    coming season would be the best
    the state has ever known, and will
    equal anything In the south. There
    will be ten Ph. D.'s, which have been
    selected from the leading institutions
    of the world, and the others mem-
    bers of the faculty will be specialists
    In their respective branches. Dr.
    Sledd is very sanguine that the com-
    Ing session of the university will

    as their protectors was In reality prove a great success, and he and his
    their traduoers. Whereupon, their efficient faculty are detennined to
    petition and demands being ignored work to that end.
    oy the management, they felt that --
    their duty and bonor to themselves A deal has just been closed at
    impelled them to sever their relations Lougman by which the Everglade Cy-
    with the Florida hospital. press Lumber company buys out the
    --- timber and entire plant of Weeks &
    Coroner's Verdict in Davis Murders. Wilder, who have been operating one
    The coroner's jury, which, for many of the largest and best equipped
    days, Investigated the murder of the shingle mills In the state under the
    late Charles E. Davis and Elale D. corporate namne of the Carter &
    Davial met at the office of County Weeks company. The success with
    Judge Heyser, at Miami, and render- whiah this later company has met
    e(1 the following verdict: In establishing and handling this ex-
    "In the matter of the inquest of tensive shing:e business during the
    C. E. Davis and Elsie D. Davis, de- past few years, is flattering. They
    ceased, we find that deceased were started with a capacity of forty to
    murdered In their home on the night fifty thousand shingles per day, and
    of June 24, A. D. 1905, and died from worked It up to over one hundred
    pistol wounds then inflicted. and twenty-five thousand, or about
    "We further find that we have rea- two carloads per day. They supply
    son to suspect two persons, who are most of the best trade in South Flor-
    now in custody, either one or both of Ida.
    them. The grand jury of the county ---
    having been summoned in special While sleeping at his home a*
    session, presumably to inquire Into Bland, in the northwestern section
    this crime, we, after having made the of Alachua county, Williaem West, co,.
    most diligent and searching inquiry ored, was shot through an.open win-
    possible up to this time. do tender dow and killed instantly, the entire
    to that body our heartiest co-oper- nation and the results in detail of our l tle chil 1, who was sleeping by his
    investigation, and to aid them in their side, was also killed, and his wife,
    further inquiry." in another bed, was wounded, three

    Wilders Are Admitted to Ball.
    After a habeeas corpus haring,
    lasting five days, Circuit Judge Wall
    at Tampa admilted Samuel and Hop-
    kins Wider, charged with the asabs-
    sination of Oscar Brannen, near
    Plant City, on June 12th, to ball in
    the sum of ten thousand dollars
    each, which was promptly given.
    Judge Wall reviewed the testimony
    in the habeas corpus proceec'cigs,
    and paid a high tribute to the 'Wilder
    family, (onclhding with the an'noutce-
    ment of his belief that the sons of
    Captain C. L. Wilder cold not have,
    committed so foul, eo,~ardly and 'Ias-
    tardly a crime as lha: which caused
    tbA death of OFcar Brannon, and that
    the evidence did not furnish a proe-
    sumption of their guilt. iHe firthier
    said that he flrm'y believed that if
    he would discharge :hem wi'houit ,hail
    they would be n hand at the ali):) nt-
    e-1 time for trial, hut to s'tt!sfy fthe
    Wi)op:& of t!ie (ounIty he' wo led ho: I
    them under bondi of $I101.i', ef( hi.

    There Is a i popular se'ntim'ent now
    for the formation of a home co)op-
    .rative jusurance eomalany In Miami.
    A large number of the most infliwen
    tsial business men have Ie ome dis-
    gusted with the arbitrary (dlerand(ls of
    the Snmtheastern Tariff Association.
    and feel that a movement of tt.,*
    kind is necessary for their pro'! Con.
    The Southeastern Tariff Assorlation
    demands that all gasoline., eazine mnd
    other fxploslxes be removeI. to points
    outside the rity limits. This demand
    the merchants feel Is arbitrary and
    would work a hardship uion them as
    wetl as the consumers. It it believed
    that i local co-operate Insurance com-
    pany could be formed which would ihe
    dlure the present rates of Insuran%',
    and at the same time plice the con-
    trol of thepe things In the hands of
    the home people.

    The Stiwannee.Ssn Pedro end Gulf
    railroad, unde- management of Frank
    IDrw. bids fair to extend Itself Into
    Fernand!na from Perry at an eirly

    EhotR having taken effect. The as-
    sassin fired four shots, but fortunate.
    ly the wife had presence of mind to
    extingulah the light., and the last two
    shots went wild. The neighborhood
    ,vas immediately aroused, and after
    a diligent Investigation Cub Jack.son,
    Ino her negro, was arrested, ca.arged
    with the crime.

    The first cargo of himlber to be
    shipped from Pansacola to Panauma
    to be used there in constructive wo)r<
    will go out within a few days on
    the BrItish steamer Marlmas. The
    vessel will (arry a cargo estimated nat
    about 1.7500,'0i suiperflcial feet ofe
    dressed liimle'-, which !s I,'ang sh!il-
    ;ed by Hyer Brothers. Thle contrpnc
    for furnisn!nW a large quantity of, th!t,
    (lass of llumbe. however, was award-
    c*( toe a (Chl;to flrmn ', the arnal
    commls'!on, li1t tohe firm has dlecidld
    to ma';e the s!ipmeints through Pe'i
    o'( eo'i T'.' 'lurt er. It Is iindt ersooi).
    'n t' !(' I i! 'ti' (e r;i r l('t4 n o!
    ( *. ; 'r.-, I Ye' ( l'u eIi, e'' .

    .tanre' P ,l.nery T)riggR armil '"
    son, I~oron/ o,% wol known i r('-i n's 'r'
    I',e r o'n y. have ji:St rt'e 'ove l no'";e
    of th deeat h of the forin r's umirl :.n
    Fran(e. leav.n tIe.m .Ali ; t' (
    mounting to $3,1000('.ail. T'he tuin
    will leave at ones for New York t1
    take steps to secure the le;gar..
    Ycung Driggesi- wis married ona!
    about a8 we'k aeo.

    Te board of p4rdons at Taullaape.
    after an all-day reason. refuscd to itn
    terfere in the s-n'ence of Walter Tsy
    Inr to five years in the penitentiary
    Taylor aFsaull' d Congressman Lanmer
    three years ago. The case has be-Qn
    eon.'eq'te I In t! e courts and before-
    the pirdoning toward.

    The Planters' Paek!ng and Preserv
    Ing company at Le:ray bove shipped
    their first oar of canned pineapples.
    containing one thousand and ten
    cases. weigning over twenty tons
    sold to Hem'neway & Co., 8yrsc,.se.,
    N. Y., for $3.300.

    date. Mr. Drew. when seked as to --_
    the proepe:s, answered that 'hey The estate of J. N. Parker of Ar
    were advancing favorably. Other cadia has bought all the graZing lands
    parties express it that arrangements consisting of twenty4hree thousand
    are even now concluded and work acres and all the cattle, abwit five
    will be started very shortly. This ex- thousand head. belonartg to the r. C.
    tension In reoaeet'oa with the new Hendry estate, for $75.000 cash.
    railroad tterprise between Jackson. ---
    vtile asd Fernaudlina uder the siman- Let'ers patent bare been granted
    agemeut of uadlng detisena of am- to the Mularey-MNorse lvestment
    pie a ss. will do muea toward de- company of 7rnmadaas, with a osp!tal
    veloplng the dormant"resourfes which of $15.000. to deal real ad pir-
    were known to exist In Fernandilna. sonal property.



    Ban on Saered BuIL
    Recently a sacred ball wmsabgeyght
    from India for exhibittes at the Ory~
    tal Palace. near London. But the
    British authorities refuaed to let it
    be landed, except In the form of beet.

    FITA "rmanentlt curcd. d.otliuor marvous-
    Dnos after irs, day's ape of Dr. Kilne's Great
    Nervellextorer.,itrialboth uad treaties free
    Dr. I:. H. KLa.X,Ltd.,tel Aroh At., Phils.. Pa.
    The average salary of a professor ia
    Harvard Co lege as a little les than $4000.

    "nady Itw IV With Hu or-Causel Untold
    Ajotm.-Unelor Uld No Good-Motheer
    DIseouriast4-Cutlreut Cured at Onee.
    'My chiid nas a very delicate haby. A
    terrible < re and humor broke out on his
    Ljhi:.. looking like raw fletsh, and causing
    the child untold agony. My l) I i'ysan prt-
    ,ribed varictus remedies. one of which
    helped ut all. I became discouraged and
    took the matter into Twm own hinds, and
    tried Cuticuri Soap anid Cutacura Ointment
    with a'iaust immediate success. Ilefore
    the i.O'e d week had I>a.eod the soreness
    was sgore, not leaving a trac2 of anything.
    Mrs. Jcasnette II. lock, 21 Roseda'.e St.,
    lRoeLester, N. Y."
    ('hapty covers a multtudie of sine, but
    Lt doesn't remove them
    l otauie BloodD Blmn ror the Itlood.
    It you suffer from ulers ecetsa, scrofula,
    blood poison, cancer, aliag esores. itoling
    skin, pimples, holls, bone pains. swellngs.
    rheumatism. catarrh, o may blood or skin
    dimase. we advise you to lakI Bot&anlo Blood
    Balmrn O. B. B). E4poeilly ztoozmmended
    for old, obetliute. deep-e sted oaset, curee
    where all else falls. bels *every sors. makes
    thn L,eouod l ureand riob, gives the skin the
    ri,'h ,luw of health. Drugluets, 51 p1#W
    lt. go bottle, ;3 h les 2 4 bottles 0, # bottles A0,
    -, ,ree prepald. 8amile seint free by writing
    1I-,0d Bhtlru Cu-. Atlanta. Okla. Deseri te
    troiile annd free medical advice sent tu
    efaPud lowir. Medicine sent at once. pro-

    The Nashville American thinks that
    the mercenary spirit is growing; that
    we nreo toeing mace and more to
    measure everybody and everything
    by money. It pleads for and !ooks for-
    ward to a higher standard: We are
    living and have been living In a period
    of wealth-developing, of money-mak.
    ing, of industrialism and commercial-
    lIm in which have grown up colossal
    fortunes through the development of
    the enormous natural advantages of
    th! w wonderful country. In tiuch a
    p rlodl of industrialism aucrrss8 is apt
    to be tr:easured by indlvidunI wealth
    or earning capacity. tlut wi shall
    toinzi: nrc' and more to tndpriltand
    and appr,-cilato the true saIntdard; Ito
    estimate e men, not in do'lars and
    cents, but ncrording to their real
    worth. The world's greatest hon',fane-
    tors have born men who lived and
    died poor in material wealth. Tlno
    Fchnlar, the patriot, the atntesmaau.
    the airtitst. the scientist, the teacher.
    the moral exemplar. these In the
    gT'^a*t'us of t.eir work make the
    nmre money grunber seem iimanky

    Wery. W!hl:e--ils p: ,pr m.ez d:tt
    yor kin t,,ll be, do bark ut de foot of
    a treoe now old It Is.
    Frayed Fridle- Huhl! guess do
    mnan dat wr~A. dat wuzn't nevor up a
    treeoo uer doiii circunjbtanios Hat
    ain't no way tor to41 a dog's ago.--
    'Phille'.ebia l'ProeL

    When ('ole Shluwe Wh4 It HAsD leoen

    "Of Inte years ceoffiio h'o inle 'ree'd
    with nmei." riltes u iuatrnu frin iouie,
    N. Y.. "It's ilihtent punisliflent \nas to
    mnke um 'logy' a iK disy. asid It
    bsemdl to tlilcken up niy blood.
    "ThI( litenvif t ta% wheo It uipet my
    stoititch corollpletely. ilestroying nly ap-
    petite and innhklig me net-veus and Irri-
    t.ille, and isent ine to my bed. After
    one of these attacks. In which I nearly
    klst my life. I conclnded to qulli and
    try I'oMt mil Fowod Coffee.
    "It went right to the spot! I foitd it
    not only a riost paltnlble and refreh-
    I;ng I,' vernre. nbut a feeood as well..
    "All my n'iltwnts, the 'loginesi' nnd
    dilinesw, the unsatlstactory condition
    at my bl ewl. my iiertasee.m avnl d Irri-
    tabililty disappeared la short ordnlr maid
    my sorely nfllieted stomach began
    quickly to recover. I began to rebuild
    and have steadily coatlnuae untIl now.
    Have a good appetite sad am rejolclag
    lus anood health, whibe I owe to the
    I e, of Postum rood Cofe." Nsame
    give by Postum CGo. Battle Creek,
    There's a reames.
    Read the Uttle book. "The load to
    Wellvlle." fond In each pkg.

    irea. John LRaue. of 115 Paterson
    Avenue. Patreson. N. J., says: "I was
    troubled for about nine years, and
    wha I *ouf-

    t about every
    known renme-
    dy that tIs said
    to be good for
    Kidney com-
    plaint, but
    without deiv.
    Ing permanent
    relief. Often
    when alone II
    the house tIhe back ache has been so
    lInd thsat It brought tears to my eyes.
    T'hfi pai nat fines was so intense that I
    wai compelled to give up my household
    duties nutd lie down. There were head.
    iches, dzaliness and blood rushing to
    My lihnd to causee bleeding at the nose.
    The first box of Doean's Kidney Phils
    binetited ime so much that I continued
    thie treatment. The stUinrg pain In
    the siaill of my back. the rushes of
    blood to the hlad and other symptom
    dIsnappme red."
    iounn's Kidney Pills are for sale by all
    tenlers, f4o1 cents per box. Foster.Mil-
    "urn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

    Th. b r. nm'ecil y er .
    ivre Anzq gt .1. l0(.
    )do not: believe Piie3 tarere for (0oasumn.
    tiJovhea"neqtalI forconis- a sa oolds.-.,Jou
    ".$oTBo n, t'rialtr ,prit, laid.. Feb. 16, IWloJ.
    African e neures consider the tongue ofa
    yoululg g r a great delicacy.


    Nature's 6reat Remedy



    Stlimrn late s the Liver, regiilatemt the, ilowo i
    anli ke~ellt these .nuttre )N'it.m in a huolthy
    ' &,Alilt1i4 i
    & N.iturtal Pldu't with t record of a sCrn.
    tury. If t flt.vt.d try It.
    4,11.1) HY' AI.I. IRtV u'(.;:nT
    L(oIuNVI.I.K. Kt

    You want only the beet

    Cotton Gin

    Ask any experienced
    (inner about

    Pratt EagleSmith

    Winship, Munger
    We would like to show
    ryou what thousands of
    ife long customers say.
    Hlte for extalo and
    testimonial book et.

    Continental Gin Co

    Chaulotte. I.-C., Allosts. Ga.
    Memphle. Tesm.. Ulsu. Tes.

    in ample laboratoriees andabusAdeat heepitew
    masterials are tsepeqalled. ree awcam lW given
    to the greet Cu~i her4t alOW81withsM be"en md
    $*.a" pelatsaient0"OUpL s. pecial tumte-weimto
    given daily at thebo olds ef t hlb* joThe
    seat seuomilobo0o" OeeJ= ~ s e
    "take" a"3'aema51 4 "3. N. WS.. Warm

    AlNTEDO 1419"j-

    was 5wa 0 "9siR:-by.e
    of- itilgi






    Fresh Meats.





    TELEPHONE NO. 121.


    Practical Plumbing.

    Tin Work of All Kinds.




    Chattanooga College of Law
    Law Depar'ment of Grant Unlkersity. Two years'
    colur.ir C'o tr nas Jereof I. LL. B.. with thorou&e
    prep trtionm for aJmission to the btr of any stateasd
    of the United States, Strof aculity of foe.rten
    smmbers. Terms reaonale. Fine Iew butldian In
    center of rl't. Stulrnis may be Self-sup"ponlng.
    le'eurei' eeen hspaember 2). '4JS. Fur fiee italosue
    anJ liter.ture ajJ44t Mjjer C. .. Lvans. Dean.
    (lD)ept. I.J ).hattanouga. TeDnesu.


    Walked Out Bec ,ae Msanaq-r RefesPd te
    qi;cherqe IoAkkeener and lile Wi'e.
    Thirty a'ten'ants at the Florids
    Insano axsyl'i walked oit Thursday
    as a result of a fa lurer of the man-
    agement to d!scharte D. W. Yar-
    brough., bookkePper, and hs wife
    'The trouble grew out of a recronA
    legislative inve tgAt on of tthe af-
    fntrs of the iav'1m the legislative
    crmmlttee lrlr.ning a re;ort chairing
    a con'ltiotn of grcP itmnnort!tv rx'st-
    Ing ther' A thr' re,)rt speCifled
    no nnmeP. al' .* anl.Tits fel* that
    It reft,''Wrel vrT t'i'nm Tl'e report IS
    a1(Id to hare ; ron 'uninIle 1 on t-t!'.
    min v g'.,'tn Iy Yai.irott4h. The stl.
    pr.ntpe-ient of the aBsyltm was ab-
    sent when the petition was drawn up.
    When it was presented on his ret :rn.
    PSupor!ntenhdent WvlLtnpr e'sld1 f(, -z4
    hours t n whih to cca iat'r it. This
    time was given nTid ehen it exir;red
    without a* ,les.(ju f orn hm. the at-
    tendants left the insUt1ttion.


    WN Dispose *4 Hyd* teldilage toe qu;ilab'
    at Purchase Price.
    From a director of the Kqlititah:e
    Life, Assurance Society. it was learn-
    ed Monday that Thonasi F. Ryan. wh
    recently urchaised the stiek holding
    of James H. Hyde, has miJ. an agree-
    ment to Fell the s:ok he purchased
    to the Equ,table S(we:y.
    Mr. Ryan has agreed to turn i,
    Into Lhe society. thus thoroughly mi-
    tuwllling it. for tIe same sum he paid
    for It. $2.3. '.U00. p'us 4 per cent in-
    terest. te:we-n the dites of h!s pur
    chase apd the ,sae.

    JOR)A1 PAINS Vlll(t 10 IUOSIVt..

    Macke Trip to Oylrter eo to Discuws (est
    teo Sheie tm It ehkoe.
    A New York d.spitch says: Harml
    Jordan. rrrev!dent of the Southern Cot
    ton Planters' Assuoclaton. and Sec
    tary Cheatham. w'nt io Oyster 311
    TIlursday night to see Prs:aenl
    Roosevelt O)u l:e:alf of the cott
    operatoit. he will ask the preside
    t., ma. ner ot pibltis.u4 u tuun reports.
    ticularly in regard to the acre

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    Th 1 ,It 4 f A /1,f P1c '11AI

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    ( I'A I b'%'in I lot i' ,Mwc.c~~ei ce
    Cad to, P yeui,,*iiileiaie'P I at wrl 4e rIt s.l o
    IV reewd l trl e csit(8 rf to/ l'eI4ite X v~teptits #04
    w a afe'?Ll*ntiI* o"0u1rI/#-f, Vlrot -oaI o'il soto iteae
    afa'u'e. lI trisebd ru-,ety keiown otr'u',,ar'i
    'IIiEDllED 0 1usoliflInlet 'I i'u'cel'.
    "l' l exe EIufimI'aftlet II ejlDI fitleu' s- feor
    ilogotr I Isr is out. I loilto sJ ti P @to DqaI I z
    ltotentia I. Iwio/

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    Avry& Company
    4IVV.4b4f 11A fII c
    AVF.efY & MCMfLlLAN,
    fll, I: l3 te EIt$ I I F40r sy 11 4l M *Asllaittmes, (lot,


    Reliable Prisk Englnes. eoller*, *II
    li*e, Wheat eparetoers.

    .a.A A/1.1

    Large Engliwo and Boilers supplied
    prPmptly. Shingle Mille. Corn Mlll,
    Circular OSaw,Saw Teeth.Patent Dogs
    Steam Governors. Pull line Engines &
    Mill SUDoplIe. eond for free Cataloquge


    Lemon Elixir.
    Is n sure cure for all

    and a pre'ventiv't of

    and other fevers.
    ( 1rtirIdIparent
    (;X)d for ',Iteit

    Ask Your Na,'ajt.e"r
    50e. and Cl.00 pier Iottle
    lit Drug Stores.


    A #"ChI!d' of Natutre 'and Sonw of His*
    Con vinced of the futility of life as It
    is l1vatt by the average ooJouror In
    thIA vale of tlears and clothes, E. W.
    JiarlinlL who abhors a shirt, consents
    to wear p. coat and knee breaches
    when on drens parade, but usually at,
    I trpm Htrnsel'f In nothlsim but a fig !f~af
    v1o (11,talt 'It e'ar--d fims iintentonsa of
    Treturning to the aboriginal existence.
    nho v-ery petture of Adam, Mr.
    Darling ietruek town ynwt.rray after-
    n!oun withotit Lut, PhIrt. shoes or
    r~ock~ngx, en route' for (Y'yVlon, and,
    foa.rful (of hr-lng r. ni -rivlc'rsEit,ivolun-
    t r'. in explanoption ag to his appfelr
    ainf-, Tnatntilr of lifp. a:nd ;ila-it for thit
    fleirrv-..Mr. TDarlil'inK iie'2'.' hat witfh
    projer 1lin rg t hp~rs im -if) limit tor ex i'm
    tear'.., andt hoe154 out for at prolonip's.d
    %,t;iV tn lthiw flcinflc'mi- ppNhure. The
    flr.-t ar! It'! 0of t, p4 (rP d Is to vo as
    n''a r Iv Tia~i~'l,:fIw ; o h law wrillallow.
    f3,r i in K'a,trj;c .i, re'arcd lIn Ontario,
    C':ana., Oe.i l, cr ini~scornlcr~atrod to IPort-
    Lc in',% Ores. itI -o9 V. WAv. Dari ng. t ita

    I ~ Ir. 'ial ta t'r' Jr., 1 rivermci y.

    %.1;i A 11r,'11i1ie'1. W hIS Ile "t 11(1Yi I Ka t
    S taify ritIto-e'(Iiimi e to get n,,arerItc
    'a ,r#'ot hermit grew upon Darlingc. an(]
    IIIt~~ '4''!o'n of hil own homre fit,
    lcract ''ci a'l priijlircy in vf~lre4. E'Jit *'I

    ,rVi'd.li e mIay fleE' utuaaltcaIin the

    1. v ng Stafcnford l ailMay, Darllng
    iiiiiie'A iion (.,jj l'.,l I iK hilt lhfs' to
    to,-artng atill living h's Iwells*t. Ccc
    sE.(io-t'it ly. withoiot mcwiij or pir. r.hat,
    1(1 4%, -Ojol-~'e-sp;and] a4 si4itllli j'arl ail
    elu'eseni y w o ijI Ip''rait, D arlinig actart-
    fed outIn i iin ..ruhtiofJa eongo nial ('il.
    vi,g riatnucit. ()fitoftlj4(e ct('lEt.li of his
    b- lleE i 114ii th`1I Olt-lii' o l'.' h''R thtill l iI#-t
    1.- (if fruit an .1n i' i*.4. o hima desiire
    ham 1,(,,rn Vtipe'll. foeviii;fll where the
    fruit waT t Eat ii.1)i#,.-it, Duirinig tho
    ,Ilnrannwer Its.han wvcrkoecl eioho. drying
    vbhtabighrutirivi l9of ttil'f'cowl l Iregionr,
    rionir 1JAis Ariiie'idol4. Ilealt hisi do'- al h
    nflc'i Va(In i-racti,A 0 1 (IIi l 'ec;iy this
    'Iilii Ef n flume' wil ,l t ifor CeyIlen,
    ,Awiie'fti't, .hopa'" lIip th c mlau ilt iemti fr)t
    Iji, "t ik. rg. All ht'it iui IifA lts tHaulwi 3 4,
    1ji!,ntv t' f fnajl t ie, f ice ?'If 41f111111"I&I'ItI(l
    11Ift I Mjw iet'iVI l-i o (f Fic'. ig (10~t~

    As for fritrii r o e D1% trig has f~r-
    &ve r WerIIlice c(eppoiti- cx. a nti
    ,A I I I ui'.'r to -tarr',rnal himpioif
    W~hat eiilci .t('i.-iial sI 'p.1't 4
    ~e'iO ,mc' ~ c .;:.'' ', of~ liff. as
    he. 'I I a .. I i t th 'teI r4,
    tjo ie) y I IWT II IY ~'iI* I i rXki'-? e'noeIpw.
    ariad ',aimI lI h ,I I hi ~ i ,Ic' 'air!'rlell (
    plcli'd)Jif toiail I Iv~teea el~e'; ilewlale'i()
    (fcl'faiEfl nfor InarI:!*lamp.
    D'&rling lot tho ler-i aro'of ?'Ht~it, e'vl-
    (11111iv m'rljes. 4 111, Ic, i rtir, r 'in? I ,fT' kill
    hi9s farige i4hts iup %-tit joayfula iclf-it
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    ait'tiic~etof cc itic *I .c-lcft -. la.- iicft ama~.

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    allc A r tl t.a Im! 5 Itt Ie',0 ,eiI..li l c t 'I- I t 11iTe',
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    pit I rg ii A:'ii atI l it le a'.vi *'r a lit tecte'li''
    ailv';,et ttie ;'i, rcl ~ cellx ( 'It ,I ae1-11olee atladE'rs.
    I'ics 'n" aI n m afiior-in etvv' mlIt'ail icaeeitfor lit
    tht. nia~ist aaelc'.wi .ut tisingo A'.me ly.al'lad
    mm Ilan i ttela 'e Im ife t'l 11111-11,1111Lt hail our
    lilt.,cI v
    l'me'l vki .ccv kItnce'mem thant mIl Intelig ent
    h''aaer.Le'e" jee'rm ci.'m' ot a.tirtei.,ialr Recit 'thie
    Il Nlo' ta .1 111111(a m licteNivaa e 111 i t e l k i 1111.11 i t,)-
    leumelt' .' 13.ti it t ii;' iccl lat' u te Into
    '5 tnmu, %v im, aceers It c to t h i it lijOil.ncs-
    It atill, I
    Kle'r titnle',e".'eimvr red gnpro'er kneumiot
    the ff'itooleI(I. Oewm'ci..' cc.r-mIl & elieemri'tlmc
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    ti L tI 1c.' vtt'e 4' 'c lc'Il. pa !.Iif-' 04 '1
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    Curo For The Bin

    31E MElc TiT mI mR FXLED
    HeMlt Flly i-tere asdE the Jsy ef
    Life Regained
    When cheerfull, brave, light-hearted
    S)rnman i% suddenly plunged into that
    perfection of m ee"ry. the BLUES. it is
    a sai picture. It Ip usually this way :
    She has been feeling out of aortas'

    Alp,.Rv .
    for some ttim. e; liuit has ae'lied Iand i
    back xleo ; haas lept pImeerlyv. Leeri(jiotc
    nervous, and nearly faiie~d onice 1o-
    twice; heful i zzy. and lie'irt-lheats very
    facat ; then that bearing-deovnf.t!i.
    anid during her meristri ii eal ic' ahhe is
    aexceedlarly dplipond#Ilirt Ntethii m
    11 leaftvs Mher. 1Her dofe't''r sR r5 4 her
    up yneu have d)y.%pvp'J".;a ou will ibe
    all1 right mion."
    Biut the dEteailft Vget all right." and
    6lbope vaI nibbei, -.the ici vjane the hro, ni
    ing, morbid, welazicholy. evivr astifig
    Don't wait until v~ir i)lr4ferinb-% have
    drivo-n 1(311to ) it it air, with '.4,r n&'rvi.-s
    all shmatter P aer ),u 'jir vuage me
    but taike Lydia E. Pitakjamnitm V -gt-
    table ('ornimptind. Spi! w!iat, it did for
    Mrs. Itoeha Adamsx, of hlit lIth *rc.&at.
    l4Uminitlile, Ky.. flicea o (f the late Gien-
    eral R~oger Hanson, C S.A. S;he writes: OJ
    Dear Mri. Pinkhani:- bo
    III cannot toll 7you witht pen anid ink ihat pain
    Lydia H'. I'ilakhasn' I Ve'gi-ttielee I *'domnjseurm regu
    han deti for tre. I 041t1 "1'e it VneaI star,
    troite. ~ eII EZtromt Inowltaitaa Ic Itemii) e' C All
    netrVoustimis uitU anthat all ~clie f"VI1zi1 I V1 %4it ml
    aetvipwiv t'r) try Lydia KI'lcmiXm111.1 *ge1tilee' bo
    I 'eenapuuaad, and it not oilily vu; eel my feueiiie
    dlurangeernetnt, bhut it lia. r, 4 t,)r#e4 1me -nt) peerf'-'-
    health and sttrengaith. The biuevawu'v of117
    ter any lonemrvAwIth ds1ec'i'a',na I di-i I*-
    tore. I -cei'ai,.idc ItLv~a 11, Pniiklicuiutmi'ro'
    Wilte (onipouizd na lonamito sick- uncl autlrruig
    It you have Nome derangement of
    the female organism write Mrs.
    Pink ham, Lynn, Mass.. for advice.


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    Inille~veS I hi- l n ~e ..6, -n Tinto n id

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    I It- fI ,A ...It,*&#'-'.l., I \a;

    Elm" Cwash ilyr a g. T&mooiieAO. U
    Is m n 1111Ms-.IdYlmu5115

    River Shannon.
    The river Shiiationlln In Irlan hns
    itfa ourve in l it e aI' .licfIPn 'ifer ns mounl.
    tlains of F'ran'ii.tiin h iand letrlni, anil
    flowif southward through lough Allen
    laugh. (E', .uil dl cirh IDearg, to LiAn.
    *'rick, where' It ope'ns out Into a wile
    esftuiry tln tlkes a westerly course'
    to the oc'eann Its total length is 2410
    Inile'i. anl It drii.ini an area of 4,U,44
    square miles.


    ARANTEED CURE for all bowse troubles, apOen$citls, biliousneos, bad breath, bad
    id, wind on the stomach, bloated oowe!s, foul mouth, headache, indigestion, pimples,
    n after eating, liver trouble, wallow skin and disxinest. Whe.i your bowelt don't move
    ularly you are sick. Constipation kills r.-re people than all ot'ler diseases together. It
    rts chronic ailments and long year of aufering. No .natter wha. aill you, tart taking
    ACARETS today, for you will never get ,/ell and 3tay veil until you get your bowels
    it Take our advice, start with Cuacorete.;oday uadder .ibsolutc guarantee to cure or
    ney refunded. The genuine tablet 3tramped C CC. Never ;old ii. bulk. Bample aad
    kiet free. Address sterling Remedy Company, Chicago )r New York. 5o


    Saves Days of Misery
    $1( W vorywhere checkerr edIctIa CO van
    Sample bttle free Wsumwea4eM4N, N.
    (A.23-'05) e l k

    tf oubtewith 11s Poo liar to
    the PIor. therd so a dciucbe is lmanuiaveloisyASoc
    (cbsta;. Th uug&avcie&2*eee. k1 1disedsgegsrma
    itc-'..a Jchati;0b, At&!$ I..UAWM~tIOD&04 ItC,
    *aird'aedg. CQrEli~.re0 DAt 41nslcattany.
    l'.vtmne lt 1-4 6 5-,' ''cmIiIsd-*1%Aiti.tiv% ames
    mT~tqi j. AAiiae ir .Iv!Or ne".. ceA; "1, .cyrnbL~.AW
    %A (c on-e'e 1e.ii'crillta 1nIc' 'm ad ar lati; Icc I a'
    TrOILET AMID W&VIF-4-111 ilf:c:Al_ U829
    I-rAt'a~c at d~rL.w, 5nat e.iii r104 ec"
    Trial Panu mod Bica of Instructions Pee.,
    v4C OR. PazlosoCOOOPAftl 11109701.. MaAG.

    3- 4 5
    Three two dollar si irts for fivt dollars.
    .r eto :r a .' '' ,*t l. nl flw erp nt l lan sk
    a o,, IMJldlals. illsa, I.d. I

    CHINE-. S" tadard Good
    SHUTTLFS, Onil. Free &t... ,e.
    KLF~lK^ . aT. LUUll. Me.

    Physicians, nurses, pharmacits,
    and chmclists throughout the world
    endorse Cuticura Socip because of
    its delicate, medicinal, emollient,
    sanative, and antiseptic properties
    dr'ived from Cuticura, the great
    Skin Cure, united with the purest
    of cleansing ingredients arid most
    refreshing of flower odors. For
    preserving, puritying, and beauti-
    fying the skin, as well as for all
    the purposes of the toilet and bath,
    Cuticuri S.':ip, as;:;sted by Cutl-
    cura Ointment, the great Skin
    Cure, is p'ialct's. GUaranteLt
    absolutely pure, and may be uwed
    from the hiur of birth.
    VTw.. o.e In nw ** ,'f rv:-0-n.pT.y, a Mldes-la
    * r r 0. I'. v A.n,&.,,, .
    baby' ac a.j. &ad II. '

    Dropsy lelief.
    \- 1 Remove0 all swelling In ato 2O
    ^ da',' ; ept.t, n i efnlanent cure
    i o dit. T rl treatmentt
    /< ij ;re. othifira-Cal3 0be fairer
    er. H. H. Gr*O lte
    7 1claet'. CIox* a Alan%

    AN AMPIr~IAN h110TVNTATl'l,
    Nordy Hai .'e )foil peon flwhm.. tt I. Mr.
    rmn lPle'rlit utialdi let i)Ihe' ('verof lRum-
    iii:, 7
    hIlufts- No. '1ami', C.iigave himnI an
    audli nlev, d id ho ,'
    NdSI dy- 11411 iqce I ly I1k' gavo I lo
    Czar an uiitll'-uve

    To cure, imoney refunded by your merchant, so why not try it9 Price 60c.


    S .*^l Beat ie Wlites Thefla l Year Am
    SThey Are Always Rteady t Sev

    Lunch Tongues Veal Loaf
    Bonelese Chicken Dried Beef
    ] Brisket Beef Soups
    Jellied Hocks Baked Beans
    SAJA your Crove
    4 ~ S r ookletf "lw Ie to l'ake Good TiA7&k
    1 to Eat" sct free.
    McNeilli Libby, Chicago

    Facts Are Stubborn Things

    Uniform excellent quality for over a quarter of a
    Century ha sttnidily iincrean.-d ti he xals (of LI()N CTFFEE,
    The leader of ail package collees.

    Lion Coffee
    nl now uie'l in i.illions of hlio'esN. Such
    popular suILe'es spnki for inmlf. It is ia
    poslUve proel that LION COFFLE hbu the
    Confidence of the people.
    The uniform quality of LIO()N
    CO,',FEE survives all ?i,,ux-,ition.
    LION CCFIFE keep It. old Irienda and
    makes mew one every da- .

    UON COFFEE h.. .vcn nore
    than its Strenlth, Flavor and Qual- //
    ily to commend It. On arrival from
    the plantation, It Is carefully roast-
    ed at our factories and securely
    packed In 1 lb. sealed packages, 611
    and not opened again until needed
    for use In the home. This precludes
    the possilblity of adulteration or contact with germs, dirt,
    dust, Insects or unclean hands. T'he absolute purity of
    LION COFFEE la therefore guaranteed to the consumer.
    8. 1I only in 1 lb. pa'kax s. T.L'in-h.iel on every )parkae.
    Itavy tho e' Liotj.he.als for abhut'le. prt'iitniis.
    WOOLMON SPICE CO., Tolc.lo, Ohio.

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    Jelly glasses 80 doase at Evans'.
    After a de.:ightful visit to Pemoaola
    ^iends iWas Raney returned home last
    Tallahassee won the baseball game
    last Frlday by a score of 4 to S over
    Miss Semnmes, who has been the guest
    of Miss Taylor for some time, left last
    week for Chicago.
    Mrs. S. D. Chittenden and Miss Chit-
    tenden left this week for their summer
    outing in the North.
    Mr. E. G. Chealey has so far recover-
    ed from his recent illness as to be able
    to resume his duties in the office of the
    4 Mr. Albert Vanlandingham isnthe new
    manager of the W. U. T. Co. office
    here, and with his wife is stopping at
    Mrs. Mickler'a.
    Mr. Geo. W. McNally, of Tampa, has
    the Singer Sewing Machine Co's agency
    in this city, and took charge of the ot-
    fice on Monday.
    Miss Clem Hampton, State director
    of the National Educational Association,
    has returned from the annual convention
    at Asbury Park.
    Mrs. Chas. F. Cogswell entertained
    the members of the Epworth League in
    honor of Miss Keel, last Friday even-
    ing. The occasion wasa very enjoyable
    Mr. Chas. H. Dickinson and family
    are spending the summer pleasantly in
    Virginia. It is reported he will hold a
    position in the Comptroller's office when
    ne returns to Tallahassee.
    Mr. and Mrs. John G. Ward of Pen-
    sacola arrived last week on a visit to
    Mr. Beverly Ward and family. Mr.
    Ward returned home Monday, but Mrs.
    Ward will extend her visit a week or
    Childs Bros. are putting up our office
    building at a rapid rate. It will be one
    of the strongest constructed buildings
    in Tallahassee, will have plenty of light
    and is arranged especially for a printing
    Mr. J. W. Dollar made our office
    ,. -happy Saturday morning by sending us
    one of the finest watermelons we nave
    had this season. Thanks, brother, we
    enjoyed that melon cutting and thought
    of you while we were eating it.
    A most univue and enjoyable "water-
    m .on social" was given to the B. Y.
    P. U. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
    Arthur Maxwell on Clinton street last
    Thursday evening, July 13. A large
    company of delighted guests participa-
    Congressman Lamar has been advised
    that Mr. Bernard G. Langston, apt
    pointed to the Naval Academy, had
    tailed in the physical examination, and
    that the first alternate, Overdown
    Whitmire, would be given the physical
    examination for the place.
    Mrs. Chis. A. Choate and daughter,
    Nancy, after a month's visit at Mrs.
    Choate's old home in Georgia, arrived
    in the city on Tuesday and the family
    wi 1 occupy their residence on North
    Aaams street. where they will be
    pleased to greet their Tallahassee
    A large delegation of Florida women.
    by special appointment with Governor
    Broward, made on Wednesday a sup-
    plemented appeal to the pardoning
    board, on grounds of mercy, on behalf
    of Walter L. Taylor, convicted of as-
    sault upon Hon. W. B. Lamar year be-
    fore last.
    Mr Damon Edmondson, who with
    his wife has been visiting relatives here,
    presented to the proprietor of The True
    Democrat a unique paper weight in the
    shape of a lump of asbestos ore, just as
    it came from tne mines belonging to the
    establishment Mr. Damon is connected
    with It has attracted much interested
    Adjutant-General J. Clifford R. Fos-
    ter and bride arrived in the city last
    Saturday and took apartments at the
    S Lon, where they will remain for some
    time. Mrs. Foster will be welcomed as
    a pleasing addition to the "official
    family" of Governor Broward, and
    both will receive many social attentions.
    We had to cut our report of the ro-
    ce !dings of the Woman's Club in last
    week's paper very short for want of
    time and space fora fuller report. We
    hope to make our report of the next
    meeting much better. The club is do-
    4 ing some excellent work and is entitled
    to the moral support of every good citi-
    zen in its efforts at the improvement of
    existing circumstances.
    Hon. J. P. Thomas, who resides near
    Woodville, was in the city Wednesday
    and made us a very pleasant visit. He
    is on 3 of our old time friends and gave

    u 4 good cheer and en ouragement in our
    efforts to make a cleui. honest, out-
    spoken newspaper, and a.ys the people
    aTl like the paper. We are always
    pleased to have our friends from the
    country visit us-a cordial welcome
    awaits them all.
    The many friends of Rev. C. H. Cox
    will be pleased to learn that he has ac-
    .epted a very excellent and congenial
    position in theoffice of a rge pubah-
    / house engaged in bihi relig-
    ious books, etc., in C ncinnati. 0. A
    letter just received trom him gives
    many interesting details of his work.
    and concludes: "The water hs is
    fine. I don't know how it will serve
    me in the winter. Ifit gets too cool I
    shall him yself away to my mny
    Florida home."

    agentadhian ad say time the
    aegro boy would ll t-d ator to. the
    top be would shoot, until the master
    was killt H.was hit four times.
    The -t 6asid waats to have &a
    paof =4 Badso tha skin. This
    may sound Afishy, however, itsa true.
    Thr many alligators a th
    baults and we advise all parties fshina
    in tas stream to be sure to take a gun
    with them as an alligator might not be
    as easily drowned as that bear was that
    Mr. Saberry was fortu te enough in
    drowning in St. Marks river.
    Dlag Seed WarL
    Deputy Sheriff Poppell on Thureday
    of lait week arrest ng named
    George Deo charged wh embes-
    slement. Keep up the good work &her
    iff. You are certainly getting your
    share of the "crooks" these days.
    Deputy Poppell does not confine his
    attention to the "blind tigers." On
    Sunday be took in Henry Grice, colored,
    labelled him chicken thief, and deposit-
    ed him in the county jail to await trial.
    Deputy Poppell captured another
    "blind tiger" last week, a negro named
    John Reeves, whom he caught selliug
    "firewatr" out of a bottle behind T.
    P. Strickland's store. Reeves was
    taken before Judge Whitfleldand bound
    over to the circuit court in the sum of
    A Grim Traeedy
    is daily enacted in thousands of homes,
    as death claims in each one, another
    victim of Consumption or Pneumonia.
    But wben Colghs and Colds are prop-
    erly treated, the tragedy is averted.
    F. G. Huntley, of Oaklandon, Ind.,
    writes: "My wife had consumption,
    and three doctors gave her up. Finally
    she took Dr. King as New Discovery for
    Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
    cured her, and today she is well and
    strong." It kills the germs of all dis-
    eases. One dose relieves. Guaranteed
    at 50c and $1.00 by all druggists. Trial
    bottle free.
    Church Notices.
    First Baptist Church, Clinton street,
    near Adams, Frank W. Cramer, pastor.
    Preaching service each Lord's Day at
    11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. Bible School at
    10 a. m. Junior Baptist Union at 3 p.
    m. Senior B, Y. P. U. at 4:30 p, m.
    Morning subject: 'The duties of church
    members toward each other in the light
    of the chuach covenant." Evening sub-
    jct: "The coming life." Subject for
    Junior Union: "An old riddle." Senior
    B. Y. P. U. subject: "Preparing for our
    h avenly home." A cordial invitation
    is extended to every person to come
    and worship with us.
    Prudential Committee first Monday
    night in eazh month at 8 o'clock.
    Prayer meeting each Wednesday night
    at 7:45. Ladies' Aid and Missionary
    Society, first Thursday in each month
    at 4 p. m.
    Trinity M. E. Church, South, Rev. J.
    W. Bigham, pastor. Sunday School at
    9:30 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. m. Senior
    Epworth League 4 p. m. Junior Ep-
    worth League 3 p. m. Evening Ser-
    mon at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially in-
    vited. Prayer meeting Wednesday at
    7:30 p. m.
    St. John's Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W. H
    Carter, Rector, Services: Sundays
    and Holy Days, Holy Communion 7
    o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 o'cock a. m.
    and 8 o'clock p. m. Friday, 8 o'clock
    p. m. St. Michaei's (colored). Ser-
    vices: Sundays, 4 o'clock p. m. Fri-
    days, 4:30 o'clubk p. m.
    Spoled Her Beauty.
    Harriet Howard, of 209 W. 34th street
    New York, at one time had her beauty
    spoiled with skin trouble. She writes:
    SII had Salt Rheum or Eczema fA r years,
    but nothing would cure it, until [ used
    Bucklen's Arnica Salve." A quick and
    sure healer for cuts, burns and sores.
    26c at all druggists.
    Sickenalg, Shlverlag Fits
    of Ague and Malaria, can be relieved
    and cured with Electric Bitters. This
    is a pure tonic medicine of special bene-
    fit in Malaria, for it exerts a curative
    influence on the disease, driving it en-
    tirely ut of the system. It is much to
    be preferred to Quinine, having none of
    this drug's bad after-effects. E. S.
    Munday, of Henrietta, Tex., writes:
    "My brother was very low with mala-
    rial fever and jaundice, till he took
    Electric Bitters, which saved his life.
    At all druggists. Price 60c. Guaran-
    At a Bargala.
    For sale several good large young
    mules. Apply to Go. AVER".

    Pair gold spectacles. Owner can
    get same by paying for this notice and
    small reward to

    20 2w Rufus Willis.
    Fo R SALE.
    One 6 H. P. Engine, one 8 H. P.
    Boiler, mounted; all in good order; also
    one Duplex 8 Cylinder Steam Pump.
    Apply to J. W. BUSHNELL,
    18-im Tallahasee, Fla.
    Gmatly ta Demmd.
    Nothing is more to demand than a
    medicine which meet modern require.
    ments for a blood oad sem cleaner,
    such as Dr. K ng's Nw e PU
    They are just what yo used to one
    stomach sad Hver troubles. Try twhem.
    At all drggists. Ue. Omatsi.
    Pruit Jatr, al ies, hOap at Danms'.


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    Legal Notice.
    Smoethe after date. the undered will Al,
    their aeeounts as Executor and Executrix of the
    estate of Martha 3. Fleming. late of Leon county.
    Florida. da ud, ad apply to the Honorable
    County Judge of a.d unty for their disoebarge
    S*suCh executor and executrix.
    E. A. CRAWFORD. Executor.
    L F. CANTEY. Executrix.
    of the Estate of Martha E. Flemin. Dec'd.
    Dated this 1st day of July. 1906. leamn
    In the County Judge's Court of County
    of Leon, State of Florida.
    In the Matter of the Eatate of Robert L. Collins,
    deceaed.-NoUoeof Sal e.
    suant to the statutes of the state In such ca-
    sea made and prove d I will ao to male at
    public sale on Monday. the 7th of August.
    1906. between the hours of 11 o'clock In there.
    noon and 2 o'clock in the afternoon of maid day. at
    the store bouse corner Clinton and Adams treeta.
    In the City of Tllhassle. county of LeAn. State
    of Florida. all the Stock of Drus medicine.
    wares and fixtures. property of the late Robert L
    Collins. deceased.
    Administrator of the ~tate of Robert L Collins,
    deceased, this 80th day of June. A. D. 190.
    NOTICE of Applileatlou for Tax Deed under Sec-
    ton 8 of Chapter 4888. Laws of Florida.
    Notice is hereby given that J. L. Farrior. f ur-
    chaser of tax certifiate No. 8, dated 6th July.
    A. D. 1908. has fled aaid certiflete In my office.
    and has made application for tax deed to Isue in
    accordaisce with law. Said certificate embraces
    the following described land situated in Leon
    county Florida towit: The southeast quarter of
    northeast quarter of northwest quarter of north.
    west quarter of section ll.township 2north,ranges
    east., 2%s acres. The maid land being assesemd at
    the date of the isuance of much eertificate in the
    name of A. W. Gramling. Unless aaid certificate
    shall be redeemed aecord.inr to law, tax del will
    issue thereon on the 7thday of August. A.D. 106.
    Witness my official signatureand mal this the
    6th day of July. A. D. 1906.
    Clerk Circuit Court. Leon County. Flor
    NOTICE of Application for Tax Deed under ge.
    tion 8 of Chapter 4881. laws of F lorida.
    Notice is hereby given that Jonah Britt, pur-
    chaser of tax certificate No. 13. dated the 6th uay
    of July. A. D. 190. has filed said certificate In nmy
    office. and has made application for tax deed to
    issue in accordance with law. Said certificate
    embraces the following described land situated in
    Leon county. Florida, to-wit: Lot No. 15 of block
    No. a per plat recorded in deed book H. 1'.,
    paei 692 In the northeast quarter of northeaa.
    quarter of a tion 38 in townshipone north of
    ra one west. The said land ing assessed
    at th date of the ssuance of such certicate in the
    name of Burton Austin. Unless mid certifeate
    shall be redeemed according to law tax deed will
    issue thereon on the flst day of August. A. I .
    Witness my official signature and seal this the
    20th day of July, A. D. 1906.
    (ssAL.) HENRY T. FELKEL,
    Clerk Circuit Court Leon County. Florida.
    NOTICE of Application for Tax DeI! Under
    Section 8, of Chapter 418M. Laws of Florida.
    Notice in hereby given that C. B. Gwynn, pur-
    chaser if Tax Certificate No. 29. dated July 6th.
    A. D. 1903. has filed aid certificate in my office
    and hau made application for tax deed tn i-
    sue in accordance with law. Said certificate eim-
    bracea the following described land situated In
    Leon county. Florida. to-wit: Lots Nos. 1. 3 and
    6. of block 11. in Villa Mite'ill. In Sectitns I and 2.
    in township 1 mouth. rangeI 1 west, a i er plat
    filed in the doffce of the clerk of the circuit court,
    containing thr e-quarters 4%) ofs a acre, mote or
    . The said landbeingasesedd at Ihe date of
    the Imuance of such crtiflcate In the name if
    Marrggie J. Cross. Unless aid cerlflcate hall be
    redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue
    thereon on the 15th day of Aufust, A. D. 1906
    Witness my official signatu re and seal this the
    14th day of July, A. D. 1906.
    [s=At.] HENRY T. FELKET..
    Clark Circuit Court Leon County. Florida.
    NOTICE of Application for Tax fDed under Sec-
    tion 8 of Chapter 4WM Laws of Florida.
    Notice is hereby riven that Ellen E. Beaett.
    purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 11. dated July 6
    A. D. 1908. has filed maid certificate in my .fnce.
    and has made application fhr tax deed to issue in
    accordance with law. Said ertificate embraces
    the followiln described land situated In Lion
    coun lt",. to-wit: I acr of land be inning
    16 70 100 chains east of the northwest corner of
    the moutheast quarter of metton two. township
    one south, range one weat, and running mouth 1
    16-100 chain then" e 90-100 ehains to the west
    bank of the t. Marks Railroad. thence northwest
    with the bank of the maid read tothe dividing line'
    betweo the north half and south half of said see.
    tin 1. thence West with maid line to the plare of
    beginning. except the right of way of the Talla-
    hase "Southeastemrn Railway, oae acre.
    The maid land being assemsed at the date of the
    Ileuarse of such certifiActe In the name of Lloyd
    sad Paul Twina. Unless aid certificate shall be
    id aeordin to law. tax deed will isaue
    thereon on the 7th day of August. A. D. 1906.
    Witness my official l irnature and seal this the
    6th day of July. A. D. 1S6.
    Clerk Circuit Court Leon County. Florida.

    Administrator's Notice.
    S th s4th day of August. A. D. IM6. at 10
    o'clock a. m., or as soon therarfteram I smea be heard.
    the undersIned administrator of tise etate of
    Bmlly M. CeMlins. deceased, late of Laon conaty,
    Flrida, will apply by petites totheHMon. Jehn W.
    MakM, Judge of thei ret turtaf the lond
    Judicial wtait of Florida. at Qulney, Flor1Ji, for
    authority to sea the fo/lowli'gd-ecrilfd real estate
    of which the beid Emily M.Oas dseasaed, maimed
    and pommemed. to-wit; Tlb aeetUwmt quarter of
    the northwt quarter of aetima sixteen (16).
    tawndm tO a uth of Iet, tuated. (lyir

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    B. J.. BOND,

    Phyrlcla -d

    DIOms of the re. Ear -ndMW NS a Scalty

    ome t oO @at l .1ty t Da
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    Wow Yaw
    Near Seabk d e. lbee US.
    The Blej Hard Woo and Pine In stock
    all the m. Promt delivery, and nat-
    macmt o guaranteed.
    J. W. DOLLAR.
    Fio SAIL
    To close out aoon'the drug store and
    fixture of R. L. Collins, dru- tore in
    Maonic building will be mold at a great
    J. 0. CO RM


    JEWELER. '

    Repair Work a Specialty.

    Al Work Done Promptly. Stlsfaction Guarantoeed.



    Of a Truss

    Lies in the Comfort it As-

    sures. I have a Large Line

    of the Best and Most Com-

    fortable Makes.

    D. R. BOX, Drugslat.
    Telephone No. 17.


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    the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
    ure for |the horseman. The showing of
    good acclimated
    of every description is an interesting
    Those in need of business horses or
    drivers should see these animals.
    There's a grand lot to select from.
    Prices are right.

    J CA Feed d Sales Stable,
    Jo D. 140 South Adams Street.

    sits serene atop the rigs we have f r
    hire. They're easy running, of course;
    the horses that draw them are man-
    aged with scarce an effort; but withal
    the equipment is stylish to a degree.
    Every convenience, every comfort goes
    with the equipages we let by the day
    or hour. The lesser time will prove our
    C. T. HAN)cK, Prop.
    Phones 79 and 39.


    STO I

    and better are the chances of yc ur
    getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
    you use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
    tell, there's little likelihood of your
    having anything but a pure, wholesome
    yet economical product. But don't be
    content with a "just as good" flour-
    demand the Clifton every time, it is the
    very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

    Who are They? What Is Their Business ?
    and they are largest In their line on their plan.
    The only Nursery in existence allowing you to see trees
    growing before you pay for them. Is that not enough to
    convince you that you will get exactly what you buy and
    of the best grade .
    They fully guarantee their trees and are absolutely re-
    sponsible. Prices are right and I give my guarantee too.
    Budded Pecans, Pears, Peach, Plums, Figs and all other
    kinds of trees, Ornamentals, Roses, etc.
    Remember that to other Nursery makes such a liberal
    proposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
    he will submit you the proposition in a few words.
    In what home is fruit and flowers not appreciated and
    worth their cot ? L. C. YAEGER, Agt.

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    Binghampton, New York.

    FIRST. Because of the past record, and present standing of this com-
    pany. For eighteen years its growth has been steady. Each year since the
    frst has chronicled a gain in assets, and insurance in force, over the preced-
    ing. Quietly, without blare of trumpet, or roll of drum, it has passed upward
    in the path of prosperity, and showed on the first of January passed, over
    $3,000,000 of Assets, and over $47,000,000 of Insurance in force.
    SECOND. It is strongest at Home, where best known. In Binghamp-
    ton, where it was founded, and has always lived, it has nearly $2,500,000 in
    foree. This in a city of 50,000 population is remarkable, and in the State of
    New York. where the older companies are well entrenched, it had on the first
    day of January, $138,296,975 Insurance in force.
    THIRD. Its Policies are among the best in the world and have two
    features that are the very best that can be found. The Security
    a, lone among all the companies, limits its expense of management by
    e contracts with its Policy Holders. In its policies it expressly stipulates
    th maximum part of the premium that it can use for expenses.
    the reserve under the laws of New York State. This registnrtion law is so
    strict that Reserve on Registered Policies pass out of the control of the com-

    pany, into the possession of the State Treasurer, and so long as the policy
    registered is in force, whether by premium paying, paid up, or as an extended
    insurance, the reserve stays in the States possession; thus you clearly see the
    State is, in a special sense, a partner in Carrying this insurance.
    FOURTH. SECURITY is a mutual company, it cannot be bought and
    sold in the market. It is made up of policy holders and operated by policy
    holders, for policy holders. No Mutual LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY on
    on the Legal Reserve basis has ever failed in the United States, and they
    stand, as light houses, pointing the way to safe harbor and sure anchorage.
    Fill out the Coupon below, and mail to me, and let me give you illustrations of the
    the best contracts on the market.
    Chab. G. Myers, General Agent, Tallahassee, Fla.
    Good 'agents wanted in every county in the State.
    CHAS. G. MYERS, Tallahassee, Fla.
    Dear Sir- Please give me figures, on best Policy, for man of my age.

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    THI TRUX DEMOCRAT. concaO MU1TI21. LATs ZZSSIOsNS 6eo=rg iria&Ag b.Mv
    M I0. COLLUMI, taMihbue. IeglarI Seeea 3M.I Thenday ve.. of reluse eO as MiverM Tiles ya the Millin er
    Salag et Last Wo*N. **I ft os ,b w C.d 7 M .
    VUIU D 3v3RY VRIDAY MORNINO. Although we publ hed In our last is. A pitoU ti as manwho has had and (., T. A 0. R. CO.)
    TaOmerCtca ef ,a e. sue the only acunt which appeared of statesman is a man who has had an d .A T .aP.. M .
    Prn me Fort l or- -Nw the very Important meeting of the office and still has it. -Milton Index. Fancy Goods ..
    omte of the le of Florid seem Woman's Club, and the first news Goveror BromWd ham had his back-. -s- So u. .
    utterly atounded and ,old up their printed here of the strike at the insane bone tested several times since his in- Suad Bauday
    hand n holy horror, when any effort Is asylum, we could not delay the pulica- suguraton, and is liable to have it Dainty Collars, a.s Nwe. ~s .'
    made to investigatee the methods of tion to get in a report of th e council tested some more before his term is jies ....... m 7.6m..
    State ountorcvc oranzat. tse to vetoodthe st n Handkerchiefs. Laces f:.... :. .
    Sta, ctyo cii r anizatons meeting held Thursday night, of which so far, without any evidence of weak-ot "........f, La s ..----
    prised when these things come home to an abstract follow: ening.-Montielo News. and Embroideries ..: omS &s... .m .
    them as they have in Missouri under Cour.cil took up the report of the The superb"business administration" A l m...810 1m 100p1 ." =. .'
    Folk's rigid searchlight, or In Wiscon- committee which recently conferred of the late Gov. Jennings is now begin- -- (s.1A.L.) L n 4 ......
    sin in the glare of LaFolliet's brilliancy. with the Southeastern Tariff Associg- ning to manifest itself in a most practi- Ar Jackonuis .7.40pma1 ..i ..
    The time is almost here when pilfer- citation on the subject of fire insurance cal way. One item. The State millage Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery .L, Tllah.-.r 00pm LOOa m Sm Lp
    ing from the petty funds or wholesale rates, and discussed the possibility of for general revenue for the year 15 LV Sopchoppy. 814pm 10.00am m
    robbery from the State treasury will no installing the Gamewell system of fire and 1906 has been increased 200 per -- La Inmark .4.pm 10.4am K.lm. ..pm
    o eLvana106halsben-nc.as..2..0.0.. pr v.0. c.1am
    longer be tolerated. The great masses alarms. The representative of the sys- cen.t-Palatka News. Ar Apalachico la 7. m ........ .Sm
    of the State will refuse longer to cn- tem made a proposal to put it in for General Gilchrist has finally launched The Newest Materials for
    tribute funds for the support of a bunch $2,340, payable in convenient install- his gubernatorial boom. The General North Bound.
    of well trained leeches. The political ments. Definite action on the report should bear in mind the fact that the Fancy Work. Sunday hat'day
    sharks who have been maintained by and proposition was deferred to a political seas are deep, filled with rug- .o.V only,
    the public, will have to go to work or special meeting to be held July 20. ged rocks and huge snags, and unless LvApalachicola No.. No.* No0m
    starve. The GoveTrnors Mansion committee built of strong material and manned by MISS ADELE GERARD, LvyLanerki 1.0mm 6pn ... p.. "m
    Not a pleasant prospect, eh? No, in- requested Council to pledge the im- a gallant and experienced crew there Lv LaMrk 12. .m 812.pm 0.4pm 4.1m4m
    deed; but it is in the line of progress provement of the street upon which the may be danger of founder ere the tow- 149 N. Monroe St. ArTallahassee.opppy 1pm .pm .2 prm 6 m
    and the march of modern events, that mansion is built, when a site is selected, ering waves of opposition begin to rock Lv Jack onville
    these things shall be. You might just from the Capitol to the mansion; which the shell and the lighthouse of victory: TALLAMIASSEf, FLORIDA. i aS.A.k illey.) 9.0m 4.00pm
    as well try to stop the waves of the was done. becomes apparent n the harbor of suc- I A r Taliahassee... 8.IOom 10oo,00 ....
    ocean from rolling up the beach, or Reports concerning the sewerage cess.-Qu cey Ti.es. Lv Tallhss .. .25pm &.5am 08.46pm e.2sm
    Jacksonville and Miam from growing, system were required to be forthcom- JudgBainbrid .m7e Swy.m 7m0.ne handed down a decim
    as try to stop the tidal wave that in iby July 30. .ion on Jundg e which holds the con- Amendment of Charter, Increase of Ar Arlington .. 7.258m 10.limn ..... 10.1m
    oin" r toep allhrafte intthe ien- ityt Ctler hwandrectedl t furns a tention of litigants against the Trustees Stock, etc. Lv Mon ... 4. l5m 4.pm ----....---- 4.3m
    evitable vortex that awaits the evil am t hw fixed a ges of the Intnal Improvement Fund. Notice in hereby tha t a meting of the 7 6m 7.5m
    r h .. n l. An ordin. This is the case of the A. T. & G. Rail- stockholders of t Southern Telephoie and Con- Notice-Train Nos. 5 and 6 will departfrom and
    Florida has been one of the last to) An ordinance amending SectionsI road Co.. which corration I suin to struction Company a corporation under the laws arrive at foot of shotwell street. Bainbride.
    feel the effect of modern reformer, but and 2 of Chapter XIX, 18W9, as amend- wh rpo Io Fksridea will be held at the office of the com- Tickets for train 6. leaving Bainbridge Sundays
    i having a taste of it now and in the ed b committee, was passed unani- get the State deeds to lands I ran ted to ,pauy in the (ity of Talliahassee on the nd d ay of at 620 m. willbe on sae at the oe of the Cal-
    next h w a tt oe aid and.encouragethe building of the Auust. at 12 clock, U.. for the purpose of lahin Grocery Company.
    next few years there will be such an mousy. ,railroad and is a block knocked off the acting upon the following proposed amendments *Train No. 6 will stone 5 minutes at LILnark for
    epidemic reform and investigation a The mayor's veto of ordinance Im-. h built rba the Goveono i ththe charter of said omipany. towit: breakfast.
    epiemi o. .. housebu by eGvrnorinhisCm-That Art e Iflof said charter shall be amee W. Le, E.0. Alston,
    has rarely been seen, as te warm going license taxes on livery stables, p non the State landrissue. Thecase so R s to rew asfollows:be W. M. Ig, E.O.Alston,
    Southern blood when stirred will urge hacks drays, etc., was read and re- be carried the U. Supreme ART General Manaer GenerPassenger Arent.
    them as it does in other climes. corde Court -Monticello NewThe general nature of the ousinewen to be conduct R.BC. Snipes,
    Governor Broward and the Legisla- Committee on laws and ordinances llo ed by aid company sha'Ibe totonstruct, acquire Travelin Passenger Agent.
    ture that has Just adjourned started was ordered to prepare ordinances reg Whenever you read about a man get- maintain ard operate telephoneexchanges ad tel. Tallahassee. Fla.
    the ballrollinand it will not stop until ulati the driving of animals and the ting a salary of one hundred thousand mephone.xc.anline antd plante ofnd telephone
    it has swept the State from end to end transfer of steam thrashing machines dollars year you are justified in hav. il.Franklii, Jefferson. Gaddi n, Jacikson. Madison
    and Individuals and cor rations alike on and through the streets. ing doubts whether he honestly earns and Taylor. in the State of Florida. and to con.
    will feel the weight of the whip of in- A final settlement of all 1904 taxes it. You may also be pretty reasonably atruct., cquir,, maineinand operate electric
    vestigatlon. Florida will be the cyno- was ordered made by October 1st next. sure that among his assistants there are and todal in electric supplies and manufacture 9*
    sure of all eyes and the world will Tallahassee Waterworks Co. present- two or three men who could do the work the same; and to purchase, use. lease, sell. mort
    know more of this beautiful semi-tropi. ed a proposal to furnish the city water jut as well and would be glad to do it ,ge, pledge or otherwise dispo*e of rl nd
    cal land than ever before. Its purginR for flushing the sewers at the rate of for one quarter the money. Things are allof theatiovepurpoe", arivinr its bonds, roaen Feed and
    may be its salvation, as its futuree wi ten cents per thousand gallons. rather out of balance when a corpora- or other evidences of indebtedness therefore; and
    then be assured. A number of current accounts were tion pays a hundred thousand dollar to wed and csr orrlptehr prts.rryivie'e n eny nd
    .... ordered aid and the Council adjourned salary merely for advertising purposes. aid business. cry on ny oLi er Stables.
    It P s to Advertise. to July 20 -Tamp Times. The telephone exchangelines and plants to be in
    TTuDe, Gr_ Tam pa T des. ,any of the places hereinafter mentioned through
    The Tallahassee True Democrat nar- Ralro Co at Gracious oodne Miss Agnes! ,,r nto which the tephone tol linemaypass or Tams furnished at any
    rated that a rted that a glang of canvasser went According to the Savannah Morning eagle eye rests u )n this paragraph phone tol stationss to beary of aid places here.
    through I on county not long ago and News, the ong-expected consolidation rm te Marian Tr ater named r any intermediate place. The time, night or day at reason-
    sold sixty kitchen range a to the farm- f the i"Gpted consolidation from the Marianna Times-Courier. telephone toll l'nen to be constructed, acquired.
    ers thereof for 60 er. It assert tht of the "eorgia Pe", and the Carra- "Col. Jefferson D. Stephens, a member maintained and operated by this corporate on shall able prices. Best and new-
    that th erbelle, Tallahassee and Georgia railroads who most ably represented Jackson extend from the city of Tal ahas. in Leon county.
    that the range were not worth the will oon be an accomplished fact. county, and defended the peo led's Florida to th r town of Mntcelo, in Jefersn et rigs in the city.
    money and proceeds to scold the farm- resident J. P Williams given rights in the State Lesature of 905, Lloyd, rid through or the iar Dr of Chairstnce of
    ra for wasting their good tuf. N f p at- authority for the statement that te is a candidate for Congress subject to thirty-(,ne miles; and frn Monticello or Drifton. Also stall at City Market
    uoniing sarpn W, etc N le foreclosure of the mortgage on the Car- the Democratic primary of the Thirdconty.a dstncou nty -sonmiles: and
    consider a mo lent. We are willing to rabelle, Tallahassee ana eor la Rail- o ressional dtrct which will befrom .loyd orrif to n Jefferson county, or some where all the choicest meats
    t po green c s that the road, suit for which had been instituted hed in 1906" Get Busy, Bill It intermediate point, to Wacissa, through Wau-
    farmers of on have not been inform- by the Savannah Trust Company, is eem thatomebody iaf keenah. in said county distance of twelve mile are kept and sold. Neat,
    ed by the merchants of Tallahasee in merel a t tward onsldan seems that somebody is after your job and from Tallahassee. in Leon county, to lamonia
    the past ten year that ty would buy two y a step toward constrolidatid ng the -Madison New Enterprise. a distance of sixteen miles and from Tall.- clean delivery wagon.
    that particular brand of kftehen range same parties. It amounts dactat Criticisms of the actions of commit countyt, throuCh the vilae of in ads-
    for less money than those canvasser to the indicate's practical tees, legislatures or other organized a itance of twent-eiht miles; and from Tall- Phone 127.
    offered t. e are ready to wager the synica foreclosing a mort- bodies not attack the individuals com- hassee, aforesaid, trough Armn and Sopchoppy,
    offered It.ge are ready to wager the g~ae on itself. tn Wakulia county, and CarrabelleIin co nt is
    balance of the whole cheese that not a he indicate owns the bonds and poing them, unless they are personally county, to Apalachi county, d Crrb, in Franklin county, adi
    hardware merchant has In the same most of'the stock of the Carrabell e ds ated as responsible for the actions tanceof eighty mile; and from Arran to Craw- No. 26 West LafayetteSt.,
    Deod sent .a moman out among the Tallahassee and (;eri ailroad Th cnitesed. Thus the minority is always fordvlle, a distance of three mile.; and from Sop-
    fame nha they wanted bons are inefault intereh exempt from criticisms for te acts hoppyto Panaceadistceofvn mile; and TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
    tnga heh from Tallahasse to St. Marks, distance of
    and to sell it Dt t low rice and road s have.een o erate under the themajority. The individuals of the twenty-one miles: and from Quincy to Marianna,
    "y tsr- d t i le fellows me mns nt ti majority sh uldnot be separated from a ditance of forty miles; and from Tallahassee.
    who lmely raided the -ttor which .are -c i.-Ihe s.me .yt.. each other ofr censure or praise, unless. -Iftymiles, the total mileage being three hundred ,rJee.D o
    the Tal merchants ought t con- ork h b r the proceedings of the bodies show their and fifteen miles.
    trol. The farmers were probably igno- from Havana,F h, to Quincy, Fla., predominant leadership as all arte That Articl. ill of aid Charter. which now
    rant of the fts but t w not alto- sai Mr Williams, "and we expect the reare follows: "The caitaltc f this c WHEELWRIGHT andBlACKSMITH.
    r.ant....he...tsequllyrespon0ible erefore, no in pany shall be ten thousand dollars, divided into
    gether their own fault. It pays to ad- new track to be o en by Septemer dividual of a body should appropriate to one hundred shares of one hundred dollars each,
    vertise.- Tampa Times. lth Thi I wi iv t himself comments made upon it as a and shall be fully paid for in cash. or property forgl
    Itgill give us another con- use in the business of the company at its cash
    section with the Seaboard at Quin, whle unless he feels that he is Indi-value when the stock i issued." shall amended General Repair Shop.
    ila 0 t i a iod lve town. Seaboard at Qu tn idual. ly res ponsible for the action taken by adding thereto at the end thereof the follow. Hr Sho by-
    What a sat tlon to go through for al busine and will prove of b reason his eadershp or control n amount of the capital stock of thiscompany
    life radiating lhine and hope instead value to the road othe other members. St. Augustine shall be increased thirty thousand dollars, soas to pert who has had years
    of despair, rl ement instead of uincy is on the Seaboard between Record. make the entire capita tokof the ompan Of experience. .
    dlscouragernel, and to feel conscious Ta ahassee and River Junction, and Lamark Oa the Gif. ti)ml stock to be divided into three hundred 4400
    that eventhe newsboy or the bootblack, Havana is on the line of the Georgi., The hotel at Lanark, Fla., on the C ."haresof one hundred dollars each. All (f such
    the car conductor, the e ce boy, the Florida and Alabama, just above Talla- T. & G R R., has been remodeled andd or a additional O eapialthere k shall be id f the
    elevator boy or anybody else with whom hassle. The apur will be about twelve refurnished and equipped with electric and dollar.. in lawful money of the Unitedt portion of the public
    one comes In contact gets a little dash and one-half miles long. lights, hot and cold aths, and mineral st ate, ad the other half, or fifteen thousand dol- patronage Is sol ed
    of sunseinal It costs nothing when Mr Williams stated that he expects bathi Ipoolsand is in every respect a r.si msat or in oprtyiwul mone of the and satisfaction guaran.
    you buya paper of a boy, or get your to see the complete consolidation of most attractive hotel. It is now open jut valuation to be fixed by the corontors or by teed.
    Shoes ined, or pass into an elevator, th, twor roads effected within a short for the reception of guests who are in th directors rmeetin c lled fr usoh purpos.. -
    oryv.-r- --n f t the o o-nductorn tt time. search of seashore recreation, affording ed or paid for with an such rarital at. ck at a FREELAN D'S SHoPs
    give alt, to make tee For Ret an especially he opportunity t those Just valuation of .uch rolerty, labor cr services. FREELANDS SHOPS,
    peOp fteeMt yett, have a warm heart e. fod tne ofu to ln to b. fixed by the directory of the company at a
    M good eh salutation. will Ole-halfa (fi e or six rooms) of the wo frang antin called for such purpoe. Opposite The LeeI Hitel.
    m_ ._. to Ialthan many of the so hiresrs h welling, on North M)nnh For specialrates, schedules, and other F. R orieroe theC cpapny.
    Blifreat things. It i the smll treet. All modern im r vements and i 'ton apy t ^ 0. Asn enm F. C BARBER AND TAILOR WORK,
    ei o of iHfe. G(;ive it out fretey in excellent repair. mrr information Passenger Agent, Banbri, Ga, T.l...ae. Fla.. July 21t. 1906. 2s-5t Alterations. Cleaning. Repairing.,
    The morou give the richer you will ii>l terms apply to Mrs. C. (C. Pearce. Only one machine in a lifetime is nee- Don't ex, ct a fgirl who has always Etc. for tldiee and Gentlnedn.
    gfOWM Sweet Marden in Suc- 21-t essary if you buy the Wheeler & Wilson Don't exa et ta girl who has alwaysE For Te a Tln
    e**a Magesine. Subscribe for The True Democrat, No. 9 from L. C. Yaeger. u inakat to know anything about Agency For .he Royal Tallors.