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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: August 4, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Bmuorrat,


VOL. 1.


TALLAHASSEE,


FLORIDA, FRIDAY,


AUGUST


4, 1905.


NO. 23.


Good Government; Honesty in Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.


DOINGS AT THE

STATE CAPITOL

Items of Interest frem the aMrCers
State Departments.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
Governor Broward has accepted the
resignation of Mr. C. H. Dickinson, pri-
vate secretary, and appointed Mr. M.
A. Brown, late of Duval county, as his
successor. In accepting Mr. Dickin-
son's resignation the Governor says:
My Dear Sir--I have the honor to
acknowledge the receipt of your letter
of this date tendering your resignation
as my Pqvate Secretary which I have
accepted with some reluctance.
I beg to say that you have served the
office faithfully and satisfactorily, and,
no doubt, I will feel your loss, but I
know you will prove a useful man in
the Comptroller's office.
It gives me pleasure to further say
that your efficiency and courtesy has
made you a man most adapted to the
position of Private Secretary, and I feel
tnat your place will be hard to fill.
Had it not been that I promised the
Comptroller to release you I am tempt-
ed to say that I would refuse.
I wish for you every success in your
new field as you are well worthy of any
honor or trust. Hoping that you will
command me whenever I can serve you,
and wishing you abundant success I
have the honor to be,
Yours very truly,
Appointments: Notaries public at
Lrge- H. A. Anderson, F. O. Sebring,
W. C. Warrington, Jacksonville; Angus
Green, Dody; H. H. Regenes, Tampa;
J. H. Brinson, Gainesville; Geo. W.
Wells, Williston; M. F. Robinshn, San-
f')rd; H. P. Branning, West Palm
Beach; A. P. Hagadorn, Lakeland; F.
C. Gifford, Vero.
The Trustees of the Internal Im-
provemeflt Fund have ordered a pre-
iiminary survey of the region west of
St. Lucie river to Lake Okechbee, for
a drainage canal.
The Commissioners of State Institu-
tions on Tuesday awarded the contract
for State printing for two years ending
October 1, 1907, to the Capital Publish-
ing Co. On Wednesday contract for
the publication of three current vol-
umes in arrears of the supreme court
reports-volumes 46, 47 and 48-was
awarded to The Record Co., St. Augus-
tine, at 72 cents per page.
MILITARY DEPARTMENT.
Adjutant-General Foster has issued a
circular letter urging officers and mem-
hers oi the Florida State Troops to
make preparations to attend the State
competitive shoots which will be held
here early in August. as he is anxious
for the I' orida team at Sea Girt, N. J.,
,o \e composed of the best marksmen
from all section of the State. The
I allroads are making special rates to
,!ring soldiers here and the attendance
wii no doubt be large and interest
great in the preliminary shoots.
SUPREME COURT.
During the last three days of last
we-k the Supreme Court disposed of a
large number of cases, including the
t.lio)Wing:
e-redith Jordan, plaintiff in error,
vs. the State, defendant in error, Wal-
t,,n county; affirmed. Opinion by Whit-
tied, J.
Tom Spires, plaintiff in error, vs. the
state defendant in error, Jackson
,4,untl,; affirmed. Opinion by Shackel-
ford, C J
(;eo Caldwell tni Nelson Larkins,
plaintiffs in error, vs. the State, de-
l.ndant in error, Leon county; affirmed.
()I inion by Hocker, J.
Manuel Waldron, appellant, vs. the
State, appellee, Orange county; dis-
ni:sse(. Opinion by Parkhill, J.
State ex rel. John Sunday, vs. W. W.
Richards, tax collector, Escambia
county; affirmed. Opinion by Whit-
field. J.
Robert Mugge, plaintiff in error, vs.
R. A. Jackson, sheriff, Hillsborough
cuntn ; reversed on rehearing and new
trial ordered Opinion by Hocker, J.
Jack. onville Electric Co., plaintiff in
,.rror, vs. Stanley Adams, by next
friend, defendant in error, Duval county;
affirmed.
Feodor Robinson et al., appellants,
vs. I' Tischler et al., appellees, Duval
county; affirmnd.
Jnc F. Bartlon et al. appellants,
vs. C W Vincent, appellee, Alachua
county; affirmed.
Putnam Lumber Co, appellant, vs.
Ellis-Yqung Co., appellees, and five
other cases on cross appeals; Duval
County; reversed.
1V Dr. Hiram J. Hampton plaintiff in
error, vs. the State, defendant in error,
Hillaborough county; reversed.


W. C. West, plaintiff in error, vs. the
State, defendant in error, Duval county;
affirmed. (This was the "Sunday base-
ball case and Circuit Judge Call's do.
cision upholding the constitutionality of
the recent statute was affirmed.]
The State, plaintiff in error, vs. An-
drew Patterson, defendant in error,
[)uval county; affirmned. (In this case


Judge Call's decision against the Avery
street car law was affirmed.
John Hanley, plaintiff in error, vs.
the State, defendant in error; affirmed.
[In this case the plaintiff in error claimed
at his conviction was illegal because
the jury was charged after 12 p. m.
Saturday night.]
Martel Lumber Co. appellant, vs.
Commercial Bank, Ocala branch, appel-
lee- Marion county; rehearing granted.
The Governor having requested the
opinion of the court on the validity of
the Buckman College law, the court re-
sponded as follows:
"Reduced to its last analysis, the
purpose of your letter is not to have us
construe any clause of the constitution
affecting your executive powers and
duties, but to have us pass upon the
constitutionality of an act of the Leg-
islature.
"Section 13 of article IV of the con-
stitution authorizes the justices of the
Supreme Court, on the Governor's re-
quest, to interpret only some portion of
the constitution, and does no authorize
or pass upon the constitutionality of
statutes that affect the Governor's ex-
ecutive powers and duties.-Advisory
opinion to Governor, 39 Fla., 397. For
the reasons stated we must respectfully
decline to give any opinion upon the
questions propounded.
The court adjourned to October loth.
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
Commissioner B. E. McLin has issued
a circular calling public attention to the
"Pure Feed Law" recently enacted,
which requires inspection of stock feed
offered for sale in the State, and im-
poses severe penalties for selling or
offering for sale spurious or imperfect
goods. Also a circular calling attention
to the provisions of the fertilizer laws.
Information concerning these matters
may be obtained from county sheriffs,
who are charged with the execution of
the laws.
PARDONING BOARD.
The State Pardoning Board on Thurs-
day refused a pardon to Edward C.
Lamb, convicted in Manatee county of
murder and sentenced to death.
A Grateful and Graceful Act.
At a meeting of the signers of the
Walter L. Taylor petition for pardon,
presented by the ladies of Leon county
and others .o the Board of Pardons, the
following preamble and resolution were
adopted unanimously:
Wheras, The editor and proprietor of
The True Democrat has been kind and
public spirited enough to devote much
space in that excellent publication to
give the people of Leon county and the
State of Florida trustworthy informa-
tion concerning the appeal for mercy
made by the ladies of Tallahatsee and
vicinity to the Board of Pardons in the
case of Walter L. Taylor, which ap-
peal was made on behalf of his agon-
ized wife and helpless children, and be-
cause the signers of the appeal, nearly
three-hundred in number, believed tiat
the punishment to which he had been
sentenced by the court was unduly se-
vere; and
Whereas, We, the petitioners for
mercy, felt greatly incensed at the in-
trusion of B. S. Liddon on the meeting
of the Pardoning Board, called at the
request of the petitioners, and we are
grateful to The True Democrat for its
strong and timely defense of our posi-
tion and feelings in the matter: There-
fore, be it
Resolved, That our sincere thanks
are due and are hereby tendered to
The True Democrat for its manly and
chivalrous behavior- and that we pledge
ourselves, individually, to do all in our
power to induce the good people of Tal-
lahassee, Leon county, and others, to
give to that excellent and fearless
newspaper the moral and substantial
support which it so richly deserves.
The Proprietor of The True Demo-
crat returns his grateful thanks for the
foregoing generous and graceful com-
pliment, and hopes his newspaper will
always deserve and enjoy the confi-
dence and favor of the ladies of Talla-
hassee and Leon county.
Unnecessary Ixya.
Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea
come on without warning and prompt
relief must be obtained. There is no
necessity of incurring the expense of a
physician's service in such cases if
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar-
rhoea Remedy is at hand. A dose of
this remedy will relieve the patient be-
fore a doctor could arrive. It has
never been known to fail, even i n the
most severe and dangerous cases and
np family should be without it. For
sale by all druggists. *
TAX NOTICE
The time allowed by law for aymenit
nf taxes expired April 1st. The CIt


Council has instruted me het clOs my
books. All p rupty on which tamere
not paid by 5 th. b
ti s. Under UM ins no -
ceptions will be made. No matter wh
are, if your tases aren't pa b
ofe date you will S to WI cmF
of d ,ti. W. D. WLAMn.
Tax Coflactor


over three hundred ladieA, ing the with enlargement of the liver and chronic constsption and stomach troUD-
SPardonig Board to be merciful and spleen. The doctors did me no good, les for several years, but thanks to
pardon the erring father that he might and I had given up all hope of being Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
re in at home and contribute to the cured when my druggist advised me to lets am almost cured." Why not get
suppr of his family. se Herbine. It has made me sound a package of these tablets and get well
'taind a wet MtU MTheyaob-sand well." 60e. For sale by all drug- and stay well? Price 2 cents. For
taMed a ntarvw with the mwemibers5tgis. sale by all druggists.


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THK TATLOR CASK. of the Pardoning Board, as stated, INAPPROPRIATE
-~~-- ~ Wednesday of last week, and besides A ,
Commea CU"ed Iren She Cdmw mast the presenting the petition, severalof them COLLEGE NAMES.
S ae "re. made very eloquent pleas for Taylor's
Several of the tat newspapers have release. After the matter had been
made remarks osaserning the plea forthoroughly presented and the ladlesmsU te Name I."Flerda
made remarks so0 ming the plea for were about to retire, Judge B. S. Lid-
mercy presented by the ladies of Talla- don (0 hard-hearted one whom even female telbWe"
hassee to the Board of Pardons in the tears and supplications of woman can
Taylor case. One or two seem to think not touch, whobaa the audacity to face
Taylor ase. One ortwo seem t th without emotion the eloquent, ye, the In a recent issue of the Pensacoa
that Taylor was justly punished, but touching appeal direct from the hearts Journal appeared a report of an inter-
others speak plainly in criticism of the of a body of women simply because a view with -the father of several daugl -
board, while still others maintain a State law has been broken, simply be- terms who quoted his vife as saying:
rather puling een danger civilized imply be- "Educators who are willing to conduct
below a few of the expressions noticed cause the safety of law abiding citizens a 'female' school are incompetent to in-
in our exchanges: would in a measure suffer), arose and struct my daughters."
Governor Broward will have to go to demanded a hearing, and having repre It seems strange that people who as-
a lot of ice cream socials n Tallahassee scented the State in this matter ata sume to be educated cannot distinguish
to gain the regard of those Tallahassee former trials, related the facts in between educators and politicians who
ladies. -Miami Metropolis. the case which were the chief usually compose the law-making bodies.
The Pardoning Board got busy last and only reasons of his conviction, and The law abolishing all of the State
week and presented conditional par- as opposed to the noble mission the educational insttutons and creating a
ladies sought to accomplish, argued the University for men and a college for
don to the murdererof Mark Bartleon, l the University for men and a college for
but when one hundred ladies of Talla- just that Te cour ruth wt women in their stead was not tramed
hassee appeared before the board and result that Taylor was ruthiessy, torn y educators, and they should not be
plead for a pardon for Walter Taylor, from the love of family and happiness held responsible for ay of s phrase-
who assaulted Congrqpman Lamar, the of home and forced to serve hios ser ology. The educators of Flonda are
board turned them away, and Taylor teneimpose by te ir cuit court an fuy aware that institutions possess no
has gone to the penitentiary.-Madison upheld y the Supreme Cour t a sex; and they would not have under-
New nterprse. wel as Ie ng taken to force the attribute upon the
The Board of Pardons has refused to he lad became indignant They institutionlocated at Talahassee.
interfere in the case of Walter Taylor, The Wlie became indignant, They it not unfair, then, that they should be
interfere in the ca of Walter aylor, demanded'that the Governor explain cticied forth misnomer?
sent up from Leon county for five years. this intrusion-the fact of a paid attor- c....,. _.i fo.. _m.
This was the result of an election row, ney being on the ground with hard- It is true, that there are institutions
and Congressman Lamar got the worst hearted fact to offset the very object that have been given inappropriate
of it. Taylor had been accusedof stuff- of their mission. The Governor re. names by so-called educators, and some
ing a ballot box, but the executive com- plied that all meetings of the board of these names have become fixed
mattee exonerated him. He demanded were duly advertised and, in fact open through custom but all educator
an apology from Lamar, and, failing to to all who might wish to attend. At should not therefore be classed as igno-
get it, attempted to shoot him. But the same time, in the eyes of the rant of the error.
the board redeemed itself next day by ladies, Judge Liddon was an intruder We do not imag na that those who
pardoning Williams, who killed Bartel- and no amount of explaining will ever are to be in charge of the college for
son at Miami some two years since.- suftice to set him rignt with those who women located here would have been
Lake City Index. [Taylor did not at- were there for the purpose of rendering guilty of such an error as was commit-
tempt to shoot Lamar.] an act of mercy. ted in the Buckman law. The faculty
James Williams, who was serving a One of the ladies went so far as to is c imposed of men and women who are
life sentence for killing Mark Bartle- write a letter to Congressman Lamar not. only experienced teachers, but
son at Miami, several years ago-a most requesting him to telegraph the Gov- scholars of more than local reputation.
deliberate murder if our memory serves ernor to grant the pardon of Mr. Tay- Many of them have studied in Europe
us correctly-- has been pardoned. Wal-. lor, but even this always gallant and as well as at the greatest Unversities
ter L. Taylor, who, after being called obliging gentlemau refused to interfere, in this country; and it may safely be
some very vile name, assaulted Hon. telegraphing that he could not consis- predicted that this institution for the
W. B. Lamar, and for this offense was tentiy ask that the verdict of the court complete education of Florida girls will
sentenced to prison for five years, and be reversed. be superior to any college of the kind
no pardon can be obtained that he may Is the day at hand when the men are in the South. It deserves the confident
be made a free man, to care for his lacking in chivalry? Where are those patronage of every Floridian family
wife and five children, who are in of the old school to whom it was but that has daughters to educate, and the
want.-Gainesville Sun. necessary for a woman to make a re- inappropriate adjective in the nime,
The State Pardsn Board, in the hard- quest that the body bent and the head placed thereby legislators who wer not
ness of its heart, a refused to pardon went down with a graceful bow signi- educators, shoa not hinder from their
Walter Taylor the young white man o fying that it was granted? Have not duty parents who think seriously of the
Tallahassee who made a criminal as- worldly lawyers without a semblance of best education foF their children.
sault on Congressman Bill Lamar be- love in their hearts for their client, Besides, a subsequent legislature
fore Bill was married, and who was without an expression that would sig- may recognize, as all educated people
sentenced to five years in the peniten- nify tenderness, appeared before the have done, the incongruity in the name.
tiary for simple assault with intent to IPardoning Board and by the reading of and correct it.
do valgar murder. The day before a few extracts from the pages of some - .
Taylor was taken off to the penitentiary dull and uninteresting law bxook secured Pensacola and Jacksonville city coun-
it is said that 800 ladies of Tallahassee the liberty of their clients? Many too, cils contemplate the enactment of or-
visited the board and pleaded and wept were convicted on more serious charges dinances separating the races on the
for Taylor's release, but the board than Mr. Taylor. Isn't it said also tat o o he
would t budge. You see, it's some p ,litics, plain, cold olitis, over t c. Itistobehopedthatthey
different, this hittin' of a Congressman many of the actions of some Pardoning will avoid the rock on which the Avery
that's popular, and who rarely, if ever, Boards? If such is the case with Flor- law was "split up the back."
dresses for such informal occasions as a idea's Pardoning Board wasn't a great ..
street scrap. It amounted to little mistake ninde when it refused to inter- Anotner Candidate.
short of lese majeste in the new Third fere? Who in this day wouldhi munt i Starke seems likely to have a candi-
congressional district.-Palatka News litical stump without appealing to late in te next primary for State
Walter L. Taylor, of Tallahassee, wmn fr the vot of her Treasurer, one who will get almost the
who was sent to the penitentiary for Yes, there can no doubt of it unanimous support of Bradford county.
five years for an assault on Attorney- judge Liddon , ;s i, npk trouble i Paul E. Oanova has said that if wanted
General (now Congressman) Lamar. ,an the day may yet ac of tro whe he in willing to accept the place.-Starke
arrived in Ocala under guard Saturday ed ma fal t th o site ie f telegram to Timesnion.
afternoon, and is now at the Marion un 5rues ... -
farms. It would probably not a the bl -uncy Tim. Stp that Cough.
propriate for the Star to say that Mr WAT TILL YOU KNOW When a cough, a tickling or an irri-
Taylor's sentence is undeserved, but WAIT TLL YOU KNOW. station in the throat makes you feel un-
one thing is certain, and that in that tn When Attorney-General Ellis, at a comfortable take Ballard's Horehound
offenseof the kind is seldom so severely meeting of the State Board of Educa. Syrup. Don't wait until the disease
punished.-Ocala Star. tion recently, advised the Governor has gone beyond control. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Taylor must serve his full term: that he should ask the Supreme Court J. A. Anderson, 354 West 5th St., Salt
of five years in a convict camp, despite as to the constitutionalityy" of the Lake City, Utah, write: We think
the efforts of the hundred or more no-' Buckman bill, more than one mile Ballard's I orehound Syrup the best
ble women who petitioned for his par- went round the room by those who, medicine for coughs and colds. We
don, going in a bodxy to present the pe- knw the chief executive could ask no have used it for several ears; it
tition, while men who have been guity such thing. Lake City Index. always gives immediate relief, is very
of cold-blooded, premeditated murder You don't say i-o, Brother Appleyard! 'pleasant andgives perfect atbisfac-
have enjoyed the clemency of the par- Did you see that smile? If you was ion.'. 25c, .c, $1.00. For sale by all
donin ard. Mr. Lamar, in rely to "I ... n "ru. gg wists.
a touching appeal for his mercifu[of- present. and knew so4 much, why did .. _
ces ufrom a gentle, noble-hearted wo. y man, who spoke for herself in behalf of thn. humiliation of aing something of lah h a ndee mot popular young business T-
the wife and children of the condemned the, Supreme Court which you **knew" men, have formed The blahasiee
man, decli ned't st bc* use hethug cul not )4' grantl? Sriouslv, is it groceryy manyy and are nowpublsh-
interfere to influence the action of the not a fact that nn one kne', or coiuhl -ing not'-e o"rratiothe m
-^- ord Ths s b tout' x"a, -on,, panv Will sueed from the fact that all
pardoning board. Thus is brought outknow, thn exact condition of the law on 'parties concerned aret good business men
another of the glaring inconsistenci the subjjct until it was expounded by and hustlers. The True DI)emocrat ex-
of public as well as private life. Under
the circumstances, an assault made the curt? l)ont go out of your way tends g wishes.
under excitementof a hot politicalcam- to hit the Attorney (General or any- Cares Scilatica.
paign. Mr. Lamar might have been gen- body else until you "know.". .
eroua.without offense to delicate sensi- Rev W. L. Riley. L. L. D, Cuba,
abilities, and the pardoning board would rt ilors. "New York. writes; "After fifteen
hardly have been censured for showing Now is the time to order your fertil- days of excruciating pain from scatic
mercy -Leesburg Commercial. iz-r for everything you wish to grow in rheumatism, under vtao t tradmnot
preme Court, but the verdict stood. It tf R. A Sr NE., Agent. Liniment; the first application giving
was carried before the Pardoning Board, my first relief and the second entire re-
and the members upheld the verdict of Herblie lief. I can ,ive it u ualified recoi-
Sthe circuit court. All having failed, Renders the bile more fluid and thus mendlation 25c, 50e, 1.00, rr ale
the time had arrived for his departure helps the blood to flow; it affords by all druggists.
to the convict camps, when the esti- prompt relief from biliousness, indiges.- Stemach Treubles e Cleasltlpatem.
able ladies of the Capital City looked lion. sick and nervous headaches, and
Down upon a helpless wife and five over-indulgence in food and drink. G. No one can reasonably hope for good
helpless chilren, the oldest being only LI. Caldwell, Agt. M K. and T. R. R., digestion when the bowels are coati-
nine years of age, and immediately a Checotah, Ind. Ter., writes, April 18, pated. Mr. Chas. Baldwin, of Ed-
aetiteon was circulated and signed by 1903: "I was sick for over two years wardsville, Ill., says, I suffered from


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The epteemed l.iuke It'ty Indl'l,x. re-
ferrmng to tie' tirmi ,f| thel Iuit fi
State printing, asks: "lHow illany
e.litors of the Stite' lrn';s ci ould go up,
there with i $2t,.iml IoinI iurI l n '12,-
ta c-rtiled che k I cr't it rihlicul;:,i-s'.
IDown't this prevein competition, aend
in it not in the. intir ist ,rf grift? The
great hIlxhiimn anil hi.- predlece.ssmor
never thought oif inii ig iusinelss aleo ngI
thcs<* lines. It wias le ft for (i e last ad-
miniiistration to put in etfr'e't it pIiin hit t
reducedI competition." Truie enoui gh
And we shall not only r' t'' d lisctov'r
the reasons for the'sl, t'xlritoriinatry
terms. never before exiacted, ibut will
dlisclo.'e then. andl their cliuase.
The New York American this sriins
up "the head and front of his ofriid-
liIg" for the benefit of the only Chauin-
cey Deliew when he lands (in his return
to face the music:
Dew a Equitable director voted to;
led bopew oS borrower $2.'>.(NNM nll
property oflcialy appraised at $ lrlo.,-

Depew as borrower guaranteed the
loan and as borrower and director re-'
pudiated his guarantee. '
The society lost $16f.(K) by the trans-
action I
United States Senators from Oregon
and Kansas are now under conviction of
misdemeanors which are trivial in comn-
iarison to this colossal offence of De-
pew's. ia the State of New York go. I
ing to let this juggler with the moneys,
of widows and orphans go scot-free? I


THZ TRUI DEMOCRAI
Jio 6. COnLuM. Iwfeer.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINGo
Entered as Second Clam. Matter March 81, 1906. a
the Poat O.se. at Tallahase. Florida., md
Act of Conrer of March 3. li79.

Office in Telephone Buildinj, Corner Adam. ant:
Clinton StroU.. Telerphone No. 190.

4Huecription, $1.00 P'er Year, in Advance.
Advertlsofn Ratecon Application.

Tallahassee, Friday, August 4,19"W.

lion. Samuel Pasco, of Monticello, it
v'njoying an extended tour in Europe.
What about the enforcement of the
vagrancy lawns? Isn't it about time for
un to catch and convict a few?
Our good neighbors of Quincy are re-
joicingover the prospect of a night
train service from Jacksonville, to be.
gin within a few days. Congratula.
tions!
The Starke Telegraph thus fe-elingly
notices a recent local item in The True
e mocrat:
Mr. Dollar recently nent the editor
of the Tallahassee True Democrat a
melon, and now it is learned that Mr
Melon will shortly n, O)h. for some Doilars and Melons in our
nidmt!
The newspalpern in different sections
of the State tire noting the visits of
Auditor Fred W Kettle, of the Florida
Female College, who is touring the
State in the inter,'st of the institution.
Ife appears to he creating friends and
e-curing students for the college every-
where he gWow'n.
The Sunday baseball controversy
'lose.4 with the affirmation y the mU-
preme court of the decision in the Jack-
sonville test case Now let the 'fans"
utad other devotes of the national
game proceed to utilize a week day for
their perfornianci's, and give the quiet
people of the State a welcome rent.
The troubles of the loolr old Equit-
bili' did not ecnise with the spectacu-
hir assumption of managerial author-
ity by the Roosevelt favorite, .Paul
Morton. A group of the largest Ipl-
ice-h elders have h'kgun proceedings in
the vourts to hiav the' whole ship-
wrecked concern put into the hands of
an official receiver.
IPenaiceolt's two letgl Sg ,4nsation,
proinime plenty of interest. Former
Deputy C(.rk 1I. II. lurton has iceen
convicted of unlawful Kraft in otflie,
with a nunlmber of motions for new
trial, etc., to be i ldisposed if; andl Cir-
cuilt Judge carter r hats ordered a special
Iterm orf hi.4 iourt for the trial of W F,.
WillI o s, the Mlayer of John Whitioand
Edward '. i Danlimy.
Mr justicee I-rewer, of the I! S
Supreme C(ouart en'joy4s 44caisional ex-
cirrions into the realm iof magazine
literature und general oratory. In a
recent .ddlri-n at Milwahkee he said:
'There i today si much grafting go-
iig in aniuii mS pulilhi oflhcialJ Ias to
itat'.e timus anm not speaking now
I itout the 'iurser kind (f grafting, such
as buying voIters. j)aying money, etc .
whlich we all corlenin. I have refetr-
,r'ce tic tIo more in'dious wyavs that
:or:' holding ivollilc who is not carrying
,n the' (16tie't with uIn eye in. l, toi" his
tr.t, Is proustitutiing 11, in' wny or
anoliher t 1at ftflce fr hIs ,,'%'i gainl or
lie gain ofit hi fririclic,


of remedy has now t'-come such an as- spirit, the same determination to secure came to Florida when a youth of 16, be- There is a lesson In th work of the
Srrights.,a as [ the conscientious lawyer owes 'nnini lite u a teache- an t thrifty farnmer. He know that the
surged fact that it counterialances al- tsa client.ous lawyerowes ginning life as a teacher, and aboutthe brighttyunahine may last but a day and
moist, the evil which the present condi- And they can be protected only by time of attaining his majority he was hep pares for the showers which are
tioin of money madness creates,. giving the fullest publicity to the acts chosen clerk of the circuit court in solvable to follow. Bo it should be
"The fear, the dread of exposure is of their officials, enabling the public to Marion county, which position he filled with every household. Dysentery, di-
decide for itself whether it is being o ... .. arrhoea and cholera morbua may attack
the counterbalancing element, and that protected and r te in offi a for six years. He was then commib- someimember of the home without
fear. that dread, that horror of having should be. With no possibility of re- toned, in 1866, to organize a company warning. Chamberlaih's Colic, Chol- ',
it name once res rct'ed dragged down is calling or putting out of office a care- of mounted volunteers for service era ndI Diarrhoea Remedy, which is 4 .
due to the efforts of the metropolitan less or otherwise unfit official e againstt hostile Indians. and served as the bat known medicine for these dis-
re through roundabout and politically m- captain forabout eighteen month. eases, should always be kept at hand,
ptreg impeachment, btow ne paper e e ot.- as asnmediate treatment is nece"ry.
"it mny not be good theology, it may alone stands between thed to hia home he studied and delay may prote fatal. For ale
not be good:etlics, but it i certainly those whom they put in oc- P iwOanWwd admitted to the bar in byalldrugi. *
very good common sense and a very the date of an o icas election until 11. After a year of practice hen-. ---
rgxmoral element that the fear ther his term ends there is no control eve tWIed the Cofedate service asa sap. The nse itching chara cterist of
*od moral element that the fear, the him save that exercised by a honest it a m
dread of exposure in the public press press fortified by the approval of the- t i .id gim aid lay by tn Camberlain's tatlve.
keeps many a man sticking close to the reading public. red with alor d di cton As a emflor dIoeases this salve is
path of rectitude who otherwise would Commenting on this topic, the Miami thn t the tr attain heUe unequaed. FPr ale by all druggists.


4


_ __ __ __


r WE KNOW Tu stray off into the byways of personal Metropolls has well said' that "no bon- rank of brigadIsg era.
Editor Carrollof the Monticello News graft. est, courageous newspaper can be de- Gen. Balloek wa -ppointed judge of
has been having fun with certain ver- "There is nothing," the cardinal con- terred from doing its duty by fear of the ereuft court, bat was ousted under
min which infest newspaper offices, and tinued, "which a man prizes more than libel or damage suits. No responsible the reconstruetion of 1868. He was
gives them several chunks of unbiased his reputation, and the only way to ef- newspaper seeks to slander or misrep- the Democratic nominee for lieutenant-
T opinion, fresh from the griddle, as fol- factually upset a man's reputation is to resent any individual, however humble governor in 1872, and was a Tilden
lows: expose him in the public press. The : or however great. No reputable news- elector in 1876. In 1880 he was elected
Every now and then some misguided power of the press is incalculable. paper would knowingly do anybody in- clerk of the circuit court in Marion ~
chump, with skull corridors echoing Sometimes it happens that the defect justice, nor will it refrain from criti- county Herepresentedtheseconddistrict A
with vasty emptiness, or congested with is shown in an exaggerated form, but cism where the public interest seems to in the 51st and 52nd Congress, being an
should be, comes in andinorms that as a rule the public exposors of public 'require criticism, exposure, protest or able and conscientious legislator and a
he doesn't like to read about people go- men are public benefactors." warning." faithful and devoted servant of his con-
ing toartlies or going away on the "The great troublemaker in this And Col. George Harvey, a well- atituents. He died "full of years and
cars. Then again, comes another pur- country is money. Americans are not known New York newspaper man, at a honors," and will be missed and
countylettrosers s llung about "ocialsor misers, thank God. Otherwise we recent oanquet, speaking on "The mourned by many admiring friends and
"sings," etc. Then, perchance, enters would be in a most deplorable condi- American Newspaper," said: fellow citizens.
one puffed up as to his chest with a tion. When great fortunes are made The journalist, in a position of re- AngusPaterson whodiedathishome
purpose to tells how to run a country they are almost as rapidly expended sponsibility, unwilling to hazard his Angus Pateron, who diedat hishome
newspaper, and objects to "local ads" fortune, his hope of preferment, upon in Madison July 26th., wasborn inGlas-
in and among our reading matter. To and the constant circulation of money his instinct to perceive the right, and gow, Scotland, September 17th., 1834,
these variegated and picturesque cous- the keeping going of these accumula- upon his faith in the recognition of but has spent nearly his whole life in
ins of ignorance we offer the following tions of wealth in one of the hopeful truth by his constituency, is a disgrace Florida He was a devout Christiar
advice. Buy a country newspaper and signs of the future to his profession. To lead, not to follow, Floridan e wa a aevoun yhriatar,
run it to suit yourself and read it all by signs o e ure be the motto. Absolute and unqualified being an elder for many years of the
yourself; but don't pester us with re- In the United Stat,-s it is not the freedom of expression will not only ir- Presbyterian church. He was a Mason
monstrances or advice. We would love of the money, it is the money it- resistibly lift the profession itself to the of high rank and took a most devoted in-
rather you'd pay up your arrears and self that is the root of all evil. The place where it belongs, but will just as terest in the order. He was a lawyer
quit. fact of possessing money and having surely confer the greatest good upon
..- ..- - Iathe greatest number, and make the by profession, and a most honored and
CRIMINAL CONCEALMENT. the opportunity to spend it brings with American newspaper second only to successful one. He was unmarried,
Charges are being freely made, and it untold inclinations toward vice and Christianity among God's agencies for and made his home with a sister, Miss
not disproved, against the health andi immoral and unlawful extravagance." the uplifting of humanity. Katherine Paterson; a brother who re-
munipipal authorities of New Orleans "WHAT'S THE MATTERT" "PULL" VERSUS "GRAFT." sides in Gadsden county being his only
for concealing, for nearly a month, the Under the above caption the Live Oak The Miami Metropolis one of the other surviving relative. Many sin-
knowledge that yellow fever existed in The M'ami Metropolis, one of hcere and life-long friends mourn his
knowledge that yellow fever existed in Cr.sccnt utters a vigorous protest con- ablest edited newspapers in the State, deaths that of e-lone friends mourplace in hie
that city. Remarking upon thecircum- rning the increased tax rate. While thinks that a distinction should be de deaths that of one whose place in the
stance, the Jacksonville Times-Union pri a n..ar taxation b h d world will be hard to fill.
rtinnte t aksfully approving all ne.'cessary taxation fined between "Graft and "Pull". It -
pertInently says: for the benefit of the old ('onfederate proceeds to draw the line thus: "Fifty-dollar Liddon" is what some
pie of that city "are atisfie that th' ve crans in the shape of pensions, Ed- The body politic suffers just about as call him now, as that is the sum he is
fever was introduced by fruit ships," i Jtor Jeff L. Davis declares that "there much from "pull" as it does from said to have received for his "profet-
and we regret to say that there can be is money in the treasury; our bonded graft. "Pull' has saved many a sional" services against a group of
little doubt ti-at the anxiety of a cer- indebtedness is growing smaller, while "coundrel from just punishment.
ta class of merchants in t Cresent Pull" has .t many incompetent men ladies intent upon an errand of mercy.
tain clasp of merchantin the pCrescent our resources are growing larger," and in office, and kpt other men there long
Mity to capture without the proper r |, o r ,, they ave passed teir days Our innate modesty forbids the re-
strictions the fruit trcde of the South he s'ets ho reason why there should be after they have passed their days of Our innate modesty forbids the re-
must be held responsible for the visit- .an increase in the tax rate And he usefulness "Graft" is a curse, but production of many highly compliment-
ation that now threatens the entire asks: "is there graft?" "pull" is its twin evil. What is needed ary notices given to The True Demo-
Gulf coast west of Pensacola. Weanswer: herehas een lots ofin thisgreat country in city, county, crat by our kind and appreciativebreth-
ulo wt esala.Wc' answer: 'here ,nhts f State and 'Nation-is a recrudescence c
Were New O)rleans mend its MPOP' to it. Some that is known and much more ,of old fashioned common honesty, ren of the State press, but we cannot
bec the ,nly sufferers fromm this ill-1-- -4
vised course, there woul nothing tha'. is only suspect 1, or, as yet, in- mixed with a good bit of real patriot- redist the temptation to "use" the fo'-
further to syv. But New Orleans is capable of proof. And the increase in ism. lowing, from the Crystal River News,
not r-av ng th B penalty of its criminal the tax rate can easily Ie traced to the To reduce the subject toa corollary promising not to offend again soon:
cupidity alone the bill of costs is even extraordinary financial methods of the The fellow who is trying to get into of- The True Democrat. published at
now being maddlerd upon the entire fice uses a "pull"; after he gets in, he Tallahassee by Bro. Collins, is one of
South, whose people are naturally ande JT administration. operates a "graft." Is that it.? the neatest and most ably edited week-
reasonably alarmed at the appearance T ie Crescent says: .. ly papers in Florida.
of yellow f-ver ant the l'eadin Gulf ,ort. Are our State's finances being ma- FEDERAL QUAANTINE CONTROL. STATTRACT.
And who arte, therefore., justified in .n- n'u.'eured that a few may grow rich at FEDERAL QUARANTINE CONTROL. STATE IONTRACT.
tearing a viiorouI protest a ,minst that the exptene of the' many? We hear The accuse tion against the New Or- At a meeting of the Board of Com-
,ac,,n aInd un-C(hrisiinian srit ft une'n- that an official (of a private nature) leans authorities, that they concealed missioners of State Institutions on
of at paltry pecuniary fadvantae wan- nil sst, and to-day is wort $80,(0a on a the existence of yellow fever in that Tuesday, bids were opened for the
only puts theI welfare and prosperity iof salary of $1,800 a year. How did he city for several weeks, brings to the State printing for the term of two

a wide section in jeopardy gtL it? Where is the people's money? front the once mooted question of fed- years ending October 1, 1907. There
..T ....- Why are taxes higher. eral control over quarantine and health were only two bidders-John G. Collins.
"TESTING" THE LAWS. We are quite satisfied of the exist- matters. Florida transferred the con- proprietor of The True Democrat, and
Sevc ral of ocur State exchanges have ence', during the Jennings gubernato- trol of its quarantine stations to the I. B. Hilson. The bid of Mr. Collins,
commented upon thle prevailing pre'- rial term, of many instances of rank general government some years ago, although the lowest, was excluded be-
tice of al'ppealing to the courts for the crookedness. We have already taken and thus far no complaint of the result causeof his failure to deposit a certified
nulliflcation f enmactedi law.s, on variouss occasion to discuss some of them We has been heard. The appearanceof the check for $12,500, and the contract was
alleged grounds, chief among which is believe many others await disclosure yellow plague in New Orleans lead the awarded to I. B. Hilson.
the plea of unconstitutionality. and public' condemnation. We are un- Birmingham Age-Herald to make the '----. ..
The (Gainesville Sun says: "The able to answer the Crescent's very following timely comments, and it is to For Florida's Daughters.
law-br, -kers in this State that art now pointed and personal inquiries, but be hoped that the sequel may be a uni- From the St. Augustine Recoid:
causing the rmost trimoubl sul nd expense, there are those' who can make full and form .and national administration of The young women of Florida are just
lare the people who are trying to break complete answers thereto. Perhaps sanitary regulations along the entire now having their attention drawn to
the laws plissed by the. lust Iwegisla- they will do so. coast: the fact that there has been established
at Tallahassee, by the provisions of the
ture Th'leuse laws ate objectionable to The editor of the recentt promises The remedy consists in placing the Buckman bill, asplendideducational in-
them and the' are determined to break that his paper will be "a live wire" in quarantine stations under federal con- stitution called the Florida Female Col-
t erm,. no matter whether they suit the local and State affairs, and we heartily trol This has been done all along the lege.
majority of the Ipeoplie or not." And welcome it to the excellent company of South Atlantic coast-in North Caro- his school was formerly called the
lina, Georgia and Florida. For com- Florida State College. While always
the Tanupa-lherald lb ,ld forth concern- those journals which are not afraid to mercial reasons-Alabama, Louisiana recognized as one of the best schools in
ing the "disposition of the' individual to tell the truth, regardless of who is and Texas have refused to do away the State, it nevertheless was some-
resist i law enacted for the leneft of hurt. with state or municipal control. what overshadowed by the many other
,r ...... -- If federal management of the quar- State educational institutions and did
the greatest numln er when the law con- DUTY OF THE NEWSPAPER. antine stations on the gulf coast were not command that attention of which
flirts with personal interests. .The New York Journal, which has conceded, there would be do more yel- it was soworthy.
With all due respect to these public low fever in this country. A case or Under the new order of things con-
spirited and watchful journals. we arebeen sued for a large sum claimed as two might creep in, but all physicians editions are and will be quite different.
coined watil wicil jutitrnal, wf,' are' damages by a former municipal official now know how to handle the sporadic This school ranking in importance with
inclined to the opinion lFat it is far bet- who4e public acts were denounced by case. It is necessary to keep off by the great State University for males to
ter to learn the exic stat us of a that nwslca.ier. recently contained an netting the mosquito, which alone can be established at Gainesville, is to have
dioulbtful statute before any procel in cur Itrana-t ioins arc' i under i xcent eitorts wnicn set rortn In while a commercial quarantine lasts Every effort is to be made to equip the
tin t cr t rnlisu eti are hd ui ,r it.' temperate and almost judicial terms the forty blocks become infectedbefore con- school thoroughly and to make it the
than to discover defects inluty which the' honest newspaper owes feassion is made of the presence in this best ladies' college in the South.
z."ns hive relied upon its provisions or o he public, Here are some extracts, country of the fever. The choiceisbe- In view of these facts, the fair
rights have become' vested under. to the between federal quarantines and New daughters of fair Florida have much to
which we commend to the thoughtful Orleans should not hesitate to adopt the rejoice over. Without any fee for tu-
A CURE FOR CORRUPTION perusal of all public officers: former. The safety and prosperity of ition except in a few special branches of /
SThere is nothing more important in the southern country, and therefore of study, and with a nominal charge for
Speaking in an interview, of the the United States today than a careful New Orleaus demands federal super- board, there is every inducement for
prevailingg prevalence" of all manner supervision of public official. by the vision of gul coast quarantine stations. young ladies to continue their studies
of graft itnd corruption the renowned newspapers, which alone stand between -in-- m the higher branches, not being con-
the nation and absolute corruption. If TWO GOOD NEN GONE. tent with simply a high school course.
('.r linal G(iblumn recently said: any man is libelled by a newspaper he ... h At the present time the advantages
"('Corruption has always existed. I should protest, and full satis action a rie and scope of thi excellent institution
am nuch afraid it will exist as long as should Iw given to him. But no news- announcement of the death of General are being made known to the people
human nature yields to the attributes ipajer worthy of the name would be de- Robert Bullock and Angus Paterson, personally by Mr. Fred W. Kettle, who
that lead to temnutiont terred by lihel suits, civil or criminal, two of Florida's oldest and most di_- a secretary to President Murphree, is
h t from doing its dtut representing hon- t hed t The on a tour of the State. Although he
"''The lIright siot is the fact that the estly and vigorously the great public, tinguished citizens. Their prominence has hardly made a start, his work has
degradation is male known. Corrupt- which is the newspaper's client. The demands a more extended notice. brought splendid results, as not a few
in can not exist nowadays without be- real newspaper is not a mere retailer General Robert Bullock, who died at parents have decided to send their
Sdiscoveredof news, to sold as merchandise. his home in Ocala. July 27th.. waborn daughters to Tallahassee.
The newspaper is the lawyer of the ....... .. .... ..
greater tlie evil the greater the posi- public. And it owes to the public the in North Carolina December 8th., 1828, "Nae B Wiale the Sa ShaesM."
lilitv of remedy And the possibility same devotion, the same combative ai nd was therefore in his 77th year. He .


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HYDESKIBSOUT

WOMAN IN CASE


ew S amttse Develops It Cotton
Report Leak Scodal.


IS GOSSIP OF WASHINGTON

Kigfatlon of Mrs. Durch From De-
partment Brings on Talk--Was
Byde's Private Secretary.

A Washington special says: It is
unfair to say, as some papers are do-
Ing, that any officials of the depart.
meant of agriculture have accused for-
mer Statistician John Hyde of com-
plicity with the recently unearthed
departmental frauds. At the same
time, however, the prevailing impres-
sion in the department is one of sur-
prise and regret the Mr. Hyde should
have gone away practically between
two suns without letting Secretary
Wilson or Assistant Secretary Hays
know of his plans. He was expected
to remain in the city until the grand
jury could have an opportunity to
bear him and his going has in a de-
gree (rippll 1 the government in Its
efforts to braig the real culprit to
justice.
His action uhas, in a measure, de-
stroyej dep.irtruental confidence in
him. It is not yet time to say the
departmenI thinks him a party to the
Irauds, but the officials do think that
he should have been brave enough to
remain at home and stand the racket
whatever it might have been. His
failure to do this was a great disap-
pointment to his Washington friends,
of0fi(ial and otherwise. No accusations
have been brought against him be-
yond the fact that his methods were
suffelently loose as to make the work
of the real culprits easier than it
should have been.
The suspicion exits in some quar-
ters that he probably would not have
gone had he leen satisfied that he could
run the gauntlet of the grand jury in-
qul:iy without harm. His departimen-
tal friends say that his natural timid-
ity, w.ich is rank; cowardice at times.
has controlled him in this case, and
that h's going away Is not an evidence
of guilt.
Meanwhile, inquiry now under waiy
by Professor Hays, and the grand
jury will probe a little deeper Into
Hyde's personal case than otherwise
they wou:d have done.
The princiil topic of conversation
in Washington Is the resignation of
Mrs. Bertha Burch, formerly private
secretary to Mr. Hyde. ]ven the re-
fusal of B.ckham and Haas to testily
before the grind jury Thursday after-
S oon and probability of summary
treatment of them unless they change
their minds does not appear to be no
Interesting tq the Washington people.
Mrs Burch is the woman who has
been frequently referred to In con-
nection will predictions that she
would either 4*e dismissed or forced to
Trsign. In view of some of the stories
that are geing the rounds, It Is be-
lieved by some that Secretary ilson
was unduly lenient In permitting her
sesignetion, Instead of Incontinently
discharging her.
Mrs. Bureh, it is claimed, had a
thoteugh Inowledge of the Intricate
work of the bureau of statlstlcs apl
'ace August 20. 1900, when she en-
tered the classified service as a sten-
ographor and statistiosl clerk, has
been one of the most trusted employes
In the bureau under the supervision
tf John Hyde. It has been declared
by many employes at the department
that Mrs. Bureh had unusual Infln-
ecar with Mr. Hyde and that so far
, as the affairs of the bureau were con-
/ rerned, she was called "the power be.
' bind the throne."
Tn the departmental blue book for
i?..3 the name of Mrs. Bertha Burch
Is entered as a "compiler" In the bu.


resu of statistics of the department
of agriculture. Mrs. Burch avers that.
her position wAs that of private soW
sewary to Mr. Hyde. .


RAWLINGS SENTENCED.

Gallows for the Old "an, ilton and
JEsse and Life Term for Leonard.
Ncp. NPachuer Cooictd
At Valdosta, O., Monday night, at
8:45, Judge IL 0. Mitchell passed sen-
tences on J. U. Rawllngs and his three
sons. Milton. Jesse and Leonard. The
scene was one of the most touching
audf dramatic ever witnessed in a
court in Valdosta.
Judge Mitchell was brief i i his r-
marks during the passing of tme sin-
tuci a They were very touching, bat
fell with force on the ears of the large
< rowd picked into the (ouirt hou-,.
The first three were sue:enced to be
change 1 September 15, and I.onllard
was sentenced to life impr:sounment.
When the elder Rawlings was asked
If be had anything to say why sen-
tence should not be passed upon him,
he arose and said:
"I have a conscience that stands
correct. You can no more pluck it than
you (an the brightness of t.ie s:.n.
Your sentence can do no more than
kill. Pass it."
Milton received the sentence stoic-
ally and never opened his mouth. .1s-
se and Leonard burst inro tears, and
both of them said: "I am innocent.
Mrs. Rawlings and her two daugh-
ters were present, and on them the
blow fell with crushing force, all At
them weeping bitterly.
The jury In the case of Frank Tur-
ner. the colored preacher, hrot'ht in
a verdict of guilty with a rc'(onin ,-.
dalion to mercy at a quarter after ,
o (:och, and the sentences on the itaiwl-
ings were passed immediately af'er on
request of their council, lion. Johnt
I. Cooper. Mr. Cooper immediately
moved for a new trial, which motion
will be heard on August 9.
The prosecution put up many wit-
nesses. W. L. Carter and his wife
and daughter were the first. They tes.
titled to the facts of the murder, giv-
ing the same testimony which they
had given during the other trials.
Alf Moore, convicted as one of the
prin(ials in the assassinations, was
sworn, and said that Turner had gone
to him with a proposition to kill the
Car.ers, saying that Rawlings wanted
to hire a man to do the work ana
would give him (Moore) $100 if he
would do it.
Mitcl Johnson, colored, swore that
Turner told him that Rawlings would
give him $125 to kill Car:er and h's
fimlly.
The defense put up no witness.
and hal Turner go on the stand and
make a statement. He denied any
connection in the matter and said
while he had worked for Rawlings,
and knew of his troubles with Carter.
he had endeavored always to keep
clear of any connection with the trou-
bles of the white people. He told the
jnry that he was In their hands, that
he had done what he could to estab-
lish his Innoe(ace and told them to do
with him as they thought right.
Alf Moore and Frank Turner wil
be sentence and the specIal term of
the court will be permanently ad-
Journed.

FVERi IIUATM 0 WGE WfOPEIU..

Offcite at New bOrees F ct e toNeve
Ur Em" at led ef Week.
By the end of the present week.
the authorities In charge of the fever
situation at New Orleans believe that
they will be In auch thorough toeurt
with conditions that they will be able
to speak with authority as to their
ability to control and eradicate the
dsesea in advance of the coming
frost.
New cases up to 6 p. m.. Monday,
were 21: new cases to date, 302:
deaths on Monday, S.

MArV WAR1ARTS AASMNSI OC..

Other Cities W-t "3lteberd" She*ld Me
lace Jeleice is Chicege.
With the poslblllty of Johan.Hoch
securing a retrial la Chicago, and' an
acquIttal on Ihe ebarlge of murdering
one of his wlvs, the authorities or


Cinlcnatl sad t. Louis h ve been Ihf
commsteatims with the state's *-
torney rativ to the. cries of big-
amy mad the waGim that ,Hocb Is said
to have mmilW Is tahs* n iti s


'P


lator to meet engagements said to
amount to $3.,00,0o00 two of the lead.
Ing sugar houses in Paris have 'ius
ended payments.

TRAOF JOiUttl1 ,lDi0$S MIEI.

Cesve *aWAttleme esd Oresae for Per-
pose of Beonis the etb* .
An important meeting which meat's
much to the entire south was held In
Atlanta Saturday when editnrs and
proprietors of the leading trade Jour
Dais gathered to perfect a;i organ izn
tion for th', purpose of upuibdlung t he
south.
Organizations of this kind have been
prfected in other parts of the ooun-
try and the results have proved be.
"d argumeMt the many and tremen-
advantagem ob'lned.


WISON'S SCALP

BEING SOUGHT


But President Will Not Think of
Firing Agricultural Secretary.


SUGGESTION DEPRECATED

Peters Disagres With Jordan That
Wtlsan's Resignation is Absolutely
Necssary.

A Washlngton special says: The
fact heretofore alluded to in these
di;atches that cotton producers of
the south are by no means a unit In
demanding thi resignations of Secre-
tary of Agriculture Wilson and the
abolition of the bureau of statistics
because of the recently discovered
scandal, has been shown in a most
conclusive manner. Monday's papers
printed a dispith from Atlanta, In
which President ,Jordan of the Souih-
(<: Cotton AM o i.i.o was qt:otetl as
saying, among tle;- things, that Mr. I
WVEion's i t 's:nat.c:i \as absolutely ]
ntiet, sary in oidt r to inspire new tion-
f'.lnce I tLe d epiartma tnt. D;ri'ng the
day, E. S. Pet,:s of Calvert, Texas4,
who has for .uitln t. ne been presi-
dent of the Texas Cottun Growers'
Association anti i in aGdtion a vice
president of the Southern Cottou As-
sociation, sent the following te:egramn
to Se,'retary W\'lson a: Oyster Bay:
"In refercuc e to the interview of
President .lordan. I would say I cian-
no: endorse tt'h s:mnie. The farmer
and cotton growers of the sowit h have
Implicit onfidenee inu your honesty and
ability to parge the department of all
grafters, and hope the president will
left nothing to Interfere with the great
work you are now doing for them."
"The Southern ('otton Association'
has taken no action looking to a re-
quist for Secretary Wilson's resiKlia-
tion," -'aid C(t)!o l ; 't t'rs, int dlisI, lts-
ivg his telegra.m.
"Pris-.'ilf-n; .I 'IIg 1is personal iih:,. ;ild I may NiO"
be (':; r'essing only il it.; birl th;' xe,-
utive committee (f 'he :tisol'at:on ihas
never consider'I a re'iqest for tihe
resignation of S, rotaryy Wilson. I
am assured that the farmers and cot.-
ton growers of the section west of the
MissisRppi will never listen to such a
proposition. In our opinion Secreta-
ry Wilson is the only secretary we
have ever had.
"The tremendous Influence of the
bureau of plant industry and entomol-
ogy, with which I am particularly con-
versant. is entirely his work. That
work has meant millions to the south.
I must take, issue with Mr. Jordan. It
is posalble the confidence of the sec re
tary has been abused. but there is no
reason to believe th,3t the Intelligent
citizens of the south will confueu the
cupidity of under officials san their
abuse of the department with the rep-
iutat!on of Mr. Wilson. He, has our
confidence. and to charge him with
Incompetency or to assert that his
days of usefulness are over, Is an
unwarranted charge. "

A S(iSAIIONMAL FAKE PIERPHIRiTE.

WidesMpread report that Vro Selerd iMad
Skfipe Out We el Ulr,.
A rumor was started in Rome, OGa.,
Monday morning to the effect that
Mrs. V. T. Sanford had left the city
for parts unknown. The story soon
spread, anl was all the talk of the
town.
Mrs. Ranfor-l's attorney pronounced
the whole' thing a fake, and declared
that he knew just where Mrs. Sanford
was; that she left on purely private
business w'ih his full knowledge and
consent; that she was with friend
within a few mlles of Rome, and would
return to the city.

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WE tiu E D-EOCRAT. IQUARANTG ALF 1OO1E m .
JOHN G. COLLINS, Proprietor. tADAA----
. -- A Negro Implcated in Carer orders I
fMbltted Every FRIDAY Morning. OW R L Convict:d--OJ Tah e Rwiuls
Brought lJto Court on a Cot.
(t l not the aggressiveness of crim- Af Moore, the negro accomplce.
hls that cauMs the passage of bad argued ointly with J. 0. Rawlings
Prs so much as the indifference of With Op.C 1From NCW 0rkfS* a accessory before the fact In th3


k0oest men, avows Town Topics.


* 'To Chicago and back in 36 hours'
a railroad promise that would have
ben received only with skepticism
'sad derision a decade ago, althoughh
te age was a remarkably rapid one
'een then. It Is not a promise today,
Sbtut a fact.


President Patton of the Princeton
T' teologlcal w rnilnary frankly declares
that he hates. "a cold bloodeId, right-
living racial that has accumulated ahis
forty millions, t.aci:ees Sunday school
regularly, iild within ihe rang'' of teh
law drive'. hil hard bIrgailin.i uvry
woek day."

German '-xpt'rts report that sniknr'sa
among pupils who attend afternoon
sessions in r,0 percent greater than
among morning pupils. Dr. Otto Dorn-
blueth of Frankfort advocates that
morning tensions be of 5 hours, with
165 minutes of. recess at the end of
each hour. The afternoon, he says,
should be devoted entirely to outdoor
exercises.

Every one is aware, no one better
than the professors, that the present
,system of Instruction In our colleges
has broken down. 'he lecture has re-
placed the recitation. The examina-
tion doe's not supply the lack of the
personal contact of the old recitation
room. The Princeton plan proposes
to secure thin by Introducing a group
of tutors who will do this supplemen-
tary work, relates the Philadelphia
'reoss.

A curious error is extant In the
utateltient that Alfouno XIII. Is thei
first King of Hpaln that ever visited
HEnglnnd, smiyx the' New York Tribune.
I 'hillp II. of Hpain was not iln admlr-
i bhl might well wlsh toi forgot his lIII
starred exciiursit os toh te island whichI
ho ainied to ciipturi, for hils own; t t
the' fact of hi toery in I h t hA (hid vi-.Lt.
E'nghlheil, itraftr gas s 'll :Is Imb 'f'iir hli
lice i,'>.hiilti to the. SpMilnli l tihlie.

The ,itiz.On of WVIuinngton. I. ., who
sued the' Hlrrelt cn company for i"eltk-
Inlg Ha o much ritul', In front of his
house, that lhe' (oic- not 0Hl'i'p goit a
judgmnint for isx cilnts, which In not
enough Ito buy a siporl fic In the In.
vention of a comnparatively iteiilcmlv'
trolley car there In a grest opening
for a benefactor of tlihe human r7w1',
S(.comni tlils tIhe IPhilladelhiit a It'-c rd l If
th lii VWllingtloni company iIn earr4
with flat whe''ls thi) pIlaintiff oiiughtl t)
have ''covi'er'd ihtl h atntial The trolley ,nr Is about the nole wst
a pplilnce of civllilizatilo ,ven w ell'n itN
wheeling ar roused. When thoy arel
elliptical It Is, indeed, tcrirlile.

All the frmh teotilmony that comans
from the scene of the grvat naval ~)n-
flirt In the Korean Stralts la tn further
proof that torpedo iHsts, stiumerineo
minos and submarine destroyers did
not win and did not turn the tide ofc
the battle, says the New York I'reens.
Togo won his great fight In atn all-,lay
content of these two factor: 1. Ilia
ships of the linoe did the fighting; 2
Ills men knew how to hoot to hit. For
the better part of that Haturday the
action was at long range. Only the
powerful MUMs of the ships of thn line
were available at that range. The gun
Spratire was almost perfect. Itojest-
t vensky warn beatnn, hli ships were
smashed, hil crews were hurled into
t panic undi his fleets were dlprmed t' e-
fore the. two contending forces ever
came Into ihme action. They engage,1.
fought and determined the Iau, miles
apart. It was after Togo's ships off
Sthe line had bettered ltjeatvensky's
armada into a sbape'less and hnlpies
mass of wreckage that the lesser craft
of the Japanese navy ti" tcorte' boals, torpedo lboat dlciroeres al..cd ith,
unarmored truicl'irs fiinhee'l oft It he'
work of dIclspalhInK a Iprotrati. ;1t1 I
expiring fee'. Tlihe' hl tllchlp wa. th'r
stlceilE' hanurmer i\lth whi' ii 'l' -,"':
the' ll'itHlul n ei t.i lWC'r llte ii fOf1leN '1 I''
b.itti.ehil) Is the' fid ilhittlin I' I lli w i'ii


'~bic h 0th4 is sis 1011 trei 'i F1
~ tI'cts relu~ Lf'.' e II 60le1..


OFFICIALS WORKING HARD


Every Effort is Beis Made to Confine
Scourge to Italias Quartcr--A
Casc in Tampa.


At bough the tmc.flclal reports made
public at New Orleans Friday showed
a larger number of deaths than Thurs.
day, where there were only two andl
the appearat.ce of a number of new
cases the men of Mscie'ae who are war.
ring against the yellow fever plague
i ended lh,, day's latorn (onfl:lent that
the situation was still w.11 In hansi
and with no innie-liate prospect of
beoarming alarming.
Thei Ljllh arithoritils continue to
hold that hoI plagi,'- r, tmaiins an Ital-
ian Infoq'tion, all but two of the, twen-
ty-six cases being of that nationality.
Almost without exception, since the
beginning ')f the fever, those who have
fallen victims to the, diseaias hove
been of the poorer classes of the
population, many of them not lon#.
residents of the United States, and,
therefore, unacellmated. For several
years pest the planters of Louisilana
have bwmn replacing negroes with Ital-
ian labor, and there has been a steady
flow of immigration from Sicily and
other parts of litaly to Iouisilana.
Many of these immigrants have re-
malned In the city, finding employ.
moot in the peddling of fruit or In
the work of unloading vesMels at the
fruit wharves.
Fever Case in Tampa.
The state health officer of Flor-
Ida now at Tampa gave out the fo!.
lowing statement Friday:
"An Italian, whose, name In Victor
Vittalo. wno left New Orliean, July 21),
coming frim the infe'cted district -)f
St. Phillip rreot, dIreor by rail to
Wont Tam,)a., arriving .July 22. has do-
voloipedl a mild cast of yellow fver.
The patient and Inmat(, of hoius.
within a radilh of :110 fe''t are H'cre;n
ed against nonlqultoes ll I are x gnarl
ed andt will I>, kep'i' nt l'r x rguir anI
du'lly neilihal ol',,rva:i on anil itinpl -
tiend fr th', ini t tliar -' weh, i',l,' N i
(liinrln'lti Iri l ib ''o )i I );( 'I oin T'It i i)
o(r WVe.41 T'I'.ini;::, ,xoe'p' t .,e <'o rid.,t I
distr.et, f(or- itl ist' It,' *' iry,. ins fl '
oase i 'l, early i ;Ic'Al IIh o ,N1w (r)
louami t I~s li e io r'ir i of it, fr i .n.
".IOSK I'LI Y '1 4 iI':t. K ."
Helena Puts Up Bars.
I ll,na, Ark., F'rlay Intiiiin.4 q Air.
antlnu'd a oknii ouit'h have not l evli trd a it laatzl tliie' Igaltis.
New Orln ias and ot le'r in feo'i 1
points.
Natchez Quarantines.
A rlgl l cIlarintli eo has hiri'n es,
tablished e.t Natrchoz. .MIsm, aganlt
all points. No ono will hi, allowed
ito eiteir i lth ci' y *xce'; ri'.ll.'nt? f ,
the olnty.
MempHis Vetes Quarantine.
ry a viot. oif !I It .1 n' ex,',elltiiv 1
'otiincll of Me'niphlhs, Tenn wnt oni
record, Ilteo Friday a:4 favorin" a strict
(ilarjalltite against New Orleans and
other fiver-ilnft ,i i ij points. The"', ( ar-
antine will hticon'o operative Inmn .
diatoly. inspectors have' been ap-
pointed and every railroad trailn from
the sonuth will he closely canvasseo
before arriving in Memphis. Boats
will asis bie inr.Inso-eld and no person
from fever-infected poInts will be al.
lowed to land in the city limits.
Strict Quarantine at Mobile.
At % meeting of the committee of
public health. heeld in Mobile. Ala..
Friday afternoon, it was decided *o
I accept no immunene any of the iquaran'lned places., to enter
Mobile city or county. These people
will have to remain in the detention
camps the name as other people.
Chattaneoga in Line.
The quarantine instlt'ulted by Art.
Ing Mayor Doughwrty of Chattaanooga
Is against New Orlnans and other In
fected distrlca In the state of louts.
ana. It wa pal In full force Friday
and will be rlg!'4.


JAPS SHOULD APPIOV[ ARMISiCt.

iWI Probthbl Ceaier Metter Whae Peece
Pte t 'etheria Meeat.
Neither liaron Kohutara nor Minister
1'akahlira,. who are now in New York.
Swoel sili'tcuss their vlsi tl I l'r'esBIe '
Slinwe'vclt.
intiu:r.v was iii .ld' nf MIr. Hiato,. who
is I iienllx)e'r it Ihe, JupiaUesc peac'"
(' miitIII lonII. ni l o Ii 1t,' Itit.ld, ci the
tlee itee I." o' I i; qi'i i' on 5 of Ii an rtlii-
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John T. (Irats., an employee of the
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ka. whoat c'Iaimeil lhewas Igaergv.'i, nd
thie safe' roth,' 1 citahellow R44a
prc't'lceals te't% 'l.c' fu'uusel''lM rn.

thai' Ilit liltreI g~i ev lit) thc.', meonvy.

ii'' ci"n~l ~ I be(foer .1 uptl Ice.
lt'~l.t un i '.c 2ti tu11tal, :11
(14 faill' (it %' e11'. Was st.nd 5toj A'l
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a s.Pj 'nat'.)n of the Cart,'r children.
was p'it on trial at Valdosta, Ga., on
'j":':rrslay morning, and convicted ',
about four hours. In the afternoon'
J. G. Rawlings was arraigned and th
selection of a jury was well under way
rhen court adjourned until Friday.
Moo:o's case was called the fr.it
thing, and both sides announce-l
ready. The negro had employed no
counsel, and the court appointed
Me aTrs. Cranford, Wooi'ward and
Hmith to defend him. So;f:itor Gerr-
rjl W. E. Thomas appeared for the
mt t?'. The s'lectlon of a Jmly con-
Fui edi an h')ur and a ha:t,. "'hree pane.-
I c' g al!'a 1.
V. ', Career was the flr.t wi'n.s;;
for h,' rte-io. Hlin ,v 'l. rc' wan
pra',:'ally the same as that whi"'.
h,. gave on the stanrl in the trials of
thf. Rtawlings boys.
No *.viddnce was IntrolujPd in hb-
half of the defendant Hie went to
th, stand and repeated to the jury the
nsat,'ni.'nts he swore to In the .rasl,
against th", Rawlings boys. detalling
the allegd trade made with the elder
Hawlings for the extermination of the
r(arter family, saying that Rawlings
rromlsed to pay him $100 and give
him a fine revolver to do the work:
that after Milton and Jewe had killed
there Cart'r children and Carter began
to fire on them. he got frightened
und ran away, making his way biac!<
to Staunton, where he was arrested
a few days later.
Mr. Crawford of the defense made
nn earnest plea for his client, and
the Judgoe delivered his charge before
the noon rerosn. The jury was ready
to report when Judge MItchell return-
"d from dinner. Many people thought
that. In (onsideration of the confer's.
'.on madly e by the negro, which has
donor much to clear up the terrible
murderss, hat he shonil' have receiver
*t r"eommni":)iation to morcy. As it is,
the vwrTllrt will send h'm to the gal-

The trial of .T G. (;. awlngs began
at I o'.lor'c and prc:grr. s.'d with the
Sfritlant re'rliniln i, a miich,which
Ihl J ,I nl, td bright int) t!h
| a airt r'>,in. Thei- Il n h n t n n t
S fn w-'I' for severall dnay andl, w:,;.
th, v-n A, w:!m cal'r.!, ,\tornvy C('o ), r
i,'v",- for a co' l Inuiiti(" on thi'
'r'intil tha" l-4 clI:'I nt va.s nm ( |)p\lv'
S;:',y lh;i to i: 'Ilrgo the rttr:al. ,n ti
I', ) s' i t, 1 1' In the (c) in; r o:
;1 (I I ,lHM:sft )h S I ":n o t. 1
uIgi MlItch.ll ated 'tinhat whll.' hi
'vnqs rin liciw I to nt.Miilt h's Mynilpa'ihy
Ini the matter, .t'i", under the show.
InL, of the- Inve s'l snt!ni physician .
who were' Int,'rrog itol' hi- fIet h)i:;
duty ito) ovrrii:, tiihe lo'lon for a (con
t :nuanle.

fiNE IS PAI BY IOITOR GRAY

While (Caes Aqinst legislator and Nerws
paper Repn"rter are oisim;,ed
Thuie ilay ftfrr:M in, In the Aflint '
I oll'- )court, Ro. orld-r Broyles I. wl
.nna 'sn I Gray., litor of the Atlanta
.Journal,. in for a technical violations
of the law under a charge of disor-
derly eond'ct Thin was the rea'ql,t
of Ihe fight that Mr. (ray and Mr.
I. H. Rev'll. repr'esentatlve from M'Mr.
Iwether county, had on Peacrlitre-
mtrept a few days since.
('ases were made against these two
gentlemen tnd Milt Saul. also of The
Journal. When the case were called
neither Revill nor Saul were in court.
Editor Gray said he was the aggres.
sor In the di ciulty and that he dii
,o' want Mr. Revill fined. Recorder
Irovles :?Tien dIs,'ninad the caseS
against Revil and Saul.

nt Oweed byv Standard Oil reImpain.
The atermner lamentt, from which
$2.000 worth of Sumatra tobacco.
which was seized by government onf-.
elals at Bayonne. N. J.. is supposeel
to have been landed, lIs not owned
by the Standard Oil company, and
the company is In no way re'sponslbl
fio her.


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Eppea Murder Veft Airned. ChM.9S Rate to tate Fair.
The as:preme court filed an opinion Information reaches T "mpa from
Sa'Mning the deeasion of the lower 'New York ftom Ta;aotsa J. L. Brown,
court In the case of Caldwell vs. the ; resident of the Florlda Mid-Winter
State. Isham Edwards, George Cald- Fa.r assoclatlcn, that he hbaa obtained
well and Nt:son Larkins were con- from the trunk lines of ralroad3 lead.
vleted at a 'peclal term of the cir- Ing Into Flor.da decidedly low rates
N;ilt court at Tallahassee of the mur. for the state fair to be held In Tampa.
der of N. W. Eppea, near Bradford. November 15 to 30. In his letter Mr.
wile last Sep'ember. The murder Brown states that at a conference of
was a moat brutal one and caused a the various railroad officials the fol-
great deal of excltement at the time lowing rates during the fair period
0M account of the ;romlnence of the were agreeJ upon:
murdered man, and because of the From all polnta la the went, 60 per
rmors that the crime was commitreil cent of one fare for the round trip.
At the ins::gation of a Before Day i with a maximum ra'e of $20 for the
ub. The prisoners were taken to round trip from all Ohio points. These
LUe Oak to prevent a lynching andl rates have been egree,, upon by the
afterwards were' carried to Jackson. 'Southeastern Passengor association
ville. and by a majority of the western
A severance of tl.e cases was roads. and it is tl:ousht that the roads
granted. Edwards was tr.ed sepa- t hat have ino' already taken a'cton
ratMly and convicted, and Caldwe:l will do so at an ear!y date and provide
an- Larkins, who were tried together, a very low rate from every part of
were al]o convicted, and all were sen- the country to Florda.
tenced to death. The attorney for
Caldwe'l and Larkins appealed the Case of Yellow Jdck in Tampa.
rare to the F.preme court, which ha The state hr of Florida
Just rendered a decision affirming the The state heath e o Florida
Jut rcderel decision affrmingtt Tampa gave out the following s:ate-
Judgment of the circuit court. men*:
"-- "An Italian, whose name is Victor
After a long illness, General Robert Vittalo, who left New Orleans, July
Bulloch died a few days ago at his 20. coming from the infected district
home In Ocala, aged seventy-seven of St. Phillip street, direct by rail :o
years. General Bulloch was always a West Tampa, arriving July 22, has de-
popular man, and his death is greatly veloped a mild case of yellow fever.
-deplored all over the state. He came The patient and Inmates of houses
rto Florida in 1844. He was the old. within a radius of 300 feet are screen-
eat voter In the county and the old- ed against mosquitoes and are guard-
,eat resident in the city. He was a ed and will be ke;t under guard and
'veteran of the Indian wars and at dally medical observation and iraper-
Ihe outbreak of the civil war he was tion for the next three weeks. No
unanimously elected captain of the quarantine has been placed on Tam.
flrst company organized in Ocala and fi or West Tampa, except the cor-
was regularly promoted until he be- done distr'c', for none is necessary,
came a brigadier general and no as the case is clearly tra(eable to
man in the southern army was mo:e New Orleans as the source of infeo.-
popular w.th his men. He fought in tion. JOSEPH Y. PORTER."
many prominent battles and was wound-
"4 many times. General Bullock was Th board of trustees of the intper
slade jude." of probate just after th. nal improvemennt fund at their nmoot-
'war and was afterwards made agent lng in Tallahas-see, the past welt,,
of the Frodmen's bureau by the I'ni- ordered a preliminary survey made
ted State,+ government. liHe also serv- from some point on t6.10 S:. Ltc+:o
ed Ocala as clerl of the circus' river in as direct route as practlcabl)'
comirt, nl3yo. 1 [ostma.'er and at the to l.ale 0 p (eehol >', for thi' )pirpos.)B
time of hi.; (it ath was Count ,: Jlu'lge. ,of itlo :min!n4r the rmost.L racticable ,


The jo t.' lnard of cilt:(at on at:n
board of f(.n':'o l have' locate,' t!
rithoel l(f ri-., Au gu.l I 'A? 'f. .\ 'L, ;; 11):l frt n I. i ;
City a. :.,'-e at tie nie:"in;P ana
;:r1. sen' eld a ri's,)'it.on adopted by tlh'
city <'o'in : it ii iLa '< ''ity rI'questlig.
that th '' *'.' or;dl of 'ilI:cat !orn t -.
V'y lo ;0 tI.o.,r'l u,' f i ,'- an lll'niil .n


n iil i-c. rolite for a drainage' c'iuipl
poei iliiint ortl.'rh'' h o-ltee.w iia
tr npar (Chan, lVwoitty, to t he mue'r
t'l S~' t loe'i-hr. The-I uci r il
Iisigiliac' I V 1 r' ,(. E *,teeralho
this !-iirve'y. liii, a~ioti tazent icy lth
31), rd .-; '' ip r s ve'p in thlie. rweii
Aofit ut(ofGoi-ie rrucr ro%%aril''e .'''antr
;mel otamnii-eltot imvlwe'n1 of ic'- a'ning
I Iae lv EN.t': g rI" I I S.


n>e' te'ir): ::<'n :ho ante property at
a.ke- City i oulprising Foster Ha;l, J.uitg. Francs II. Carter at Mar!-
thirty a(rers of land and the *equi'- anna ia.i ornleje'd a specral term of
ment In l-1u of the $15, 00 provildepl the cirrelit court for thb purpose af
for by the Puckman bill, tq be used trying William F. Williamn, the young
for the establishment of a technology. man who Is held on the i'al institute at Lake City. After con. murdering John White and Edwardl
.iderablo ,llsiiss:on the board d,''rl- ('. Danby in P nsacola. Numerous p -dJ that th,-y would beat serve the e'd- t ittions and Items were sent N. 0. Car-
uratlonal interoe s of the' stato and t'er, who was repr''ntly appointed judgn
.ive to the state lor iiiucational pur- of tt'le c!riil" In which he' was ask press th,' valaus and equiipne.it by to g:ve Williams a speedy trial as'l
acepting the proposition. Thf board thus allay feeling that might exist.
by unanimous vote decided to convey Attorneys have been employed by the'
the state property to the proposed defendant end it !s probable that they
board of trusttes3. will ask for a change of venue. The
Isecial term :s to (onvene August


Cash for Health Board. -
Hon. E. M Hendry, prealdet John B. Vaughan, ex-representative
the state board of health, was in Tal-t o the Florida leg.'attre, *ad who
lahaaee a few days ago, in confet- has held other positions In-the public
eace with Governor Droward. In view Iservice, was sentenced in the crimnai
of the necessity for 'prompt and v.g- urt at Pensacola t erv f years
orus aton the state board )f inTestate penitentiary. Vaughan was
health rstotutI hiand wnInnt d ind convl-ead re qnaranlin, actionss and other neenu !,nz killed Eurntey Nall, a drummer at
airy p:ucautlons to guard against an Century. He fired at a man nhme ,I
outbreak of yellow fever and the ex- Nichols, dirifin a fight. kni thel bhlll t
pense atta h''d thereto., the sum ofwi-nt wide of its mark, killing he
$10,000 was made immediately availa- stranger. Notice of appeal to the si
ble for this purpose. Ipreme court was given. Bond In the
The administraton does not pro- num of130was made at once. pnci-
pose that the state board of health ing the decslon of thp higher court.
S aeIll not be hampered by a lack of
ft&ad at this critlel period, and gave' In answPr to (governor Broward's
Captain Hendry assurances of hearty request th" supreme court has de-
to-operation and support. clined to give an opinion on the con-
-0 # , nll anare l,


The surrcme court has banded down
a decIron affirming the decision of
the cirmut.t court In the Patterson vaOse
"Thi deritsion hell- the re, ent act re-
quiring Fqparatlon of the' rac'es in
tree' rar' i;nconstitutional, hrcains,
It permit, I negro anrass, In charged of
white ch;c.r*n or Invalids, to r;d.'
.. with tr.', white~, thus. in the opinicei
of ,he <-o .*. discriminating bht::'n;l
pix'rioL.'


S .1. ,. I ;r 'i and E.iward McIlae ar,'
S o'h ,b a l r t;he result of a dui; .
fought at Sandprson, they. having sho'
nnd h:!' 1 -ach oher. There was no
apparen; ,":ions trouble between th"
two m4en. :ard at thla writing the caut:-
her truub;' la expected.


st.tut.Ionality or me retmeliy ci.-'
law generally hnown as the Buckmatn
elocatlc:nal arst. The oert is :o' all-
thorizedi to pans upon the constilr-
t orntaity of 'atuites affecting the gov-
,-riior's xecutive duties and powers.

Af'er yeins of pa'lient waiting, vain
effort and grPit loss to he-r commercial
nInrre'stq, the town of Me-lrof',. in
Alachiia. Bradfoid ani Putnam <(fiin-
S.<-s. and in i' auiitiful .ake Alto. la to
have a ra:!:oad. so; it .:. re',ilily re.-
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Miss Odette Tyler in not only one of
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oif th r owin. Miss
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The manufacturers of hoopskirts
know their business. Their press
agent is explaining that only perfect.-
ly formed women can wear them wI.h
graceful effect.


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The 1 sa' ,, .iu-;r:eme court has ren-
d,-red its l ae's'on affirming the judg-
ment of the lower court In the Sun-
,'ay baseball ,.a55. The decision af.
farming the constitutionality of the
law forb!44lag Sunday baseball.


15 YEARS OF TORTURE

Itehlag and Paltaftl ies Coeverwl Heed
**id kody-CrdIJ n Week by CW ers.
"For fifteen years my sealp and fore-
head was one mass of scabs, and my body
wa, covered with sorm. Words cannot
eipres% how I suffered from the iching
and pain. I had given up hope when a
friend told me to get ('uticura. After
bathing with Cuteiura Soap and applying
t'trcura Ointment for three days my head
\.,A M t'.i .:r as ever, and to my surprise
and joy, one cake of soap and one box of
om1itri'nt made a compcteo cure in oneo
week. (Signed) H. B. Franklin, 717 WVash-
ington St., Allegheny, l'a."

Cuba's immigration last year was 20,000.
Three-fourth. were Spaniards.
Career lood PoIsoR. C aee. Vies.r.
If you have offensive pimples or erup-
tlons. uloers on aey.Itat of the body, sob-
lng bones or Joinats., llsa hair, mueos
patches, swollen glands, a ki Itohe as I
urns, sore lips or gum. sulag. feteotlag
sores, sharp. gawta pais, then you sut.
fer from serious blood poison or the begia-
ninga of deadly anoer. You may be per-
maneatly oured by taking Botanlo Blood
Balm LB. B. B.) mad, espeolayy to oure the
worst blood aid *iA diseases. Hla every
more or uler, Tven deadly onoaer. stoe4 a
ahbea aad paas and rednuess all swell o.
Dotanlo aood Dalm oures all maligasnt
blood troubles, such as *sesem, soabs and
iale., pimples, runninalg aor. earbualasis
serofula. Drugists. 1 per large bottle, $
b">ttlies a2.60, 6 bottles *1a eIrees prp&id.
To prove it oulres, sample o Blood BJm
sent free ad prepaid by writing Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga. Descrlbetrouble and freo
miodlcal advice sant in sealod letter.


Bombsa.
When left alone to Its natural func-
tions nitrogen pursues a perfect!y
peacefully course, but when man suc-
ceeds In capturing it and combining
it with other elements It become.
a dire potentiality for evil, as Is oh.
vious in the recent events of the wiw
In the Far East and in the crime In
the sM reet a of Moscow. Tho love (of
fi'e'doin so to il hitk. c th;trartl rist i,
of lltl ''tog ll, 1 I trrll' ly ,xi'lnllllllel'il ill
the explosion ,(f the honi h in which
it is ini)prisohni'I and bountl to oathe'
In shells ;n warfare, Hil Int hornibi
'!';:lo'rlts (i On the llightest provI c t-
tiii-- a .spark, a shock, 11 ftiis-thi
ltrog n;i sii li nly *'ximiiitasn fr)lm tw'ri -
inail lnotlilngi Its re gar. s tho rlne
i hlh ii or'occuplt', Into Innitil y. Thl.
Is, In r nanilte, lyddite, or other unstable nt-
tro-ponmpounids ii expl)lilot wi hn hurl,. l
In di4sporate affacks on human lit"
Nitrogen, against Its natural dlspoil.
tion, is locked up In an un congenlil
space, In the.-ser cnompotiln(s, from which
It Is set free by very simple mPean3
In an enormously expandel gaJeous
state with wildly offers, retturning. in
fact, to Its normal p,"aceful iilaslo'i
once more.' It is the analogue of the
sword and the plou'xhsharo'; in the
nitro-explosive nitrogon Is the mnol-
ern engine of warfare and crime. Int
the freo sate In the :atnto.p4)he'ro it
ministers .:octly to tho quiet an I
peaceful neals of plant and human
life.-Tho lancet.-

EVER TREAT YOU SO7
Coalse Aels the Jeash and Will Cot me p
A clergyman who purs'i "t lili nsobleo
calling itn a country parish In Iowa
tells of his coffee experier-nco:
'My wifp and I used coffee regular!y
for breakfast, freqfputly for diinner
and ocaslonilly for s-upper--olways
the very lest qutlilty-ipackatge I)Bt,)o
never could find a pinea' on our table.
"In tlie spring of IS1l Iny wife Wtes
taken with violent vonilitng, wl.lch
wo e had great difft'ulty in stopping.
"It seemed to eohne from coffee drin.k-
ing. but we could not lec'lde..
"In the following July. however, shf,
wons attse'ked an second tiis by tltei
vomiting. I was away front home Il!-
ing nn appolutintnt nt the timn'. ndti on
imy return I found her very low; shite
lain literally voinitiieel herself nimost to
deuth, trid It took sonl' dmInys to (uli't
the trouble nnil restore' hlr stoma1:ic.
"I had l so 'xii 'rltrwel theo same
trouble., but not so violehrtly, and bhad
'.r I.-l.oel It cn 'lh t' :;.' ly a rI't' 'rt to
n'41'll'.1114
u" '"But i"y w .rf.'s ,',',: l ntt <: I; nt.l-t
fled mu,' thut to i.. e r fo 'ffe' v.i :rt
:;i l)b tt' u:ia i)f *, r *r *,t'', nn'l S *o)
'eoi' 'I it fr rtr t'. i i :n'1 tool; :on I'-''
tu11 I l.'I C e'. 'le' Th,' olbt :ym ti,:,
Ief eli-ieI'r vi: ;l' ,n I, ;f ll. t 1 1 is 1,' s'


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giveI, 1'. i' ', :t .; al c'< .i::p:n'.y. l
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5CORES RA LRO40 COMMISSIONERS.

Georgia Lelislator Declare* They are It.
G., and Would Cut their Saleries.
Soniwrhat of astir was created in
tho, (G'orgial hrose of representatives
Monday when the general appropria-
tio nis Illl wa under discusihlon by an
au e id ,ritnt offere,t by Mr. Knight of
Hl- ioti, proposing to redire the sal-
ni'i'i of th nlet'mmwrir of the railroad
S lit, Im;-s:o i ftiont $2,500 to $1.000
va, i, :, ayinu tith' railroad commission
\\as r:ghtly naeIi',l, because it did
iior', for the rnil!roads than for the
Hr tte.
"D)oe~ the c Rent!eman know that the
commission recently brought about re.
ductionn 'n rates which cast the rail.
roald $9l)..0.00 a year?" asked Mr.
Anderson of Chatham.
"No; this is tho first I have heard
of It," said Mr. Knight; "but I'm
gladt to ear It."

A SCATNING DIVORCE PEIIIl0.

Wres Seafordl attacks aeselad'sClthrecte
lea al teds eecemlaest.
At Rome, Ga., one of Mrs. Ellas
Ihbeth Sanford's attorneys furnished the
Atlaara Constitution correspondent tae
potitlon for divorce from her husband:
Mrs. Sanford claims that the petl*
tlon for divorce would have been fSled
earler but for the reason that she didt
not get her papers prepared ln ttmet
for the July term of court.
The petition teems with sensational
charges against Sanford. Mrs. Saaford
alleges repeated sets of adultery oa
her bushand's part. charges that his
i conduct has been such as to reduce
his family to want, and also alleges
that on one occasion her buasband
alruck her.

IXP[tSES MUST BE IrIMIZED,

G(orqgi Legislators Required to fte.ze
S H.I Mlade oM Inspocrtion lor.
),-1v tie pe'r til'm and the actual *x-
I',::;s' .i 1 t 'it')ois on the' \ u t)& i 14.
,ntmttert~ wil! It p.thl by tho
ii '* .atur this )(\ ar. andil then
::i'. r io ie ::i e s. r-t'n:":t of
Sh i ;'*. : s:v 4'.) 4lt:,e itI
a, \ I U" i'l.t' g Ctfom.

I %! .,.>s .* \: -.' p. e'ni tte't~d una mlnoe..
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SUFFERED FOR MONTHS.

Pe-ru-na, the Remcly That Cured

M 14 la a 'lit ( ofy, 1127 1,itif na S'a !'t aI., I ri n
ajuacha., friall., wra tea
111 muffve~d with eos'u s .1..oorps s-
*tfteafion for oerot erafseo"Ohm. mset
feo red (au I I would h~ere~ to give tip
he001#0.eeli thVA e d tIv's of as pie pimI-
vita". heepres~cribed a (oftif', I find Pod,
he us' er, tharet $ci Ed meiino good. (lit
floarkinff theadville of ar drupgist.
he tasked metoIra~y Personaa. Ito to
fewiqerkrAnI 6persta *fpg aptodtotlie'a-
creased. I did pring ersheave Volsorn-
0wt feiusn uia 1 loo- Paephio.t
didtly, Its a giIp1Pof flhtills I1551s
*sioitiriV rsrvn.red. I Ihenkmomsefor
,a'hat yotoumr tstifeln(e 4sdale fucer
Vne I --?Mots IM'.
Write [f r. 1 hartmoiadn Jrv-.i'le'ua of 'l,
free tralar ,41il 1a1ivae'. All( i C5.~aea



COTTON GINS


WITHOUT BELTS
S(AANlTT'M MOIIVrl.NV "i.AHFit I fINK
fI mnplIlVl h0 nw ItWiy wi t h .e th l it -1 l it II
tllhlyl. This ir lnlr *Iiti;umir ,f i Il|v| ut'.l j
*toney asvol toi yall 1 i iols ttu1I tnu 'aa-1 1,11
Pra'ltieally No wVear-Out Io It.
We i rant*Urn 4 mIIfta. lI V r jr, ,. 'Ire e
and ili i uStrStinI ('A lhAgItiiu.
GANlTTl Mru. CO. MNacOn. (i.
OUR SPECIALTY
3 4 52
Thf0 Ivs dollar shirts for flv@ dollars.
MADo TO VOUR MaSUASU 'n
Wr,S for M mi'1 *Arid itaesU ur0i rla nkel
Dep a. Idiseasrneli, Ind.
Inseuranie Among Criminals.
"Criminal Insurance," said a detec-
tive, "Is the Insurance that thleves
,and blacklegs take on In case of ar-
rest. For Instanre: You are a second-
- & story man. You make about 12,.f(10
> a year, the average second.-story
man's Income, and you carry an In-
aurance of $1.000, for which you payt
the big premium of $126> a year. Now,
If you are arrested, the Insurance
company steps forward and hands
you 91.000. Tbhus you are able to get
the best of lawyers for your defense.
"Reoetvers of stolen goods are us-
ually rich, and It is these men, as a
rule, who carry on the criminal In-
aurasce business. I know of a cr ni-
Inal Insurance company In Phlladcl-
phla. another In New York anl a
third In 1t. Louls. The policiesh run
from $100 up to 15.000 and the jpre-
Smums are always enormous This
la because the danger of a-rest is so
"Bealdes the criminal Insurance
S concerns, I know of a curious htnle.
lclal organization that Is condurtedl
among the criminal* of Illinoisa ach
member of the organization pays In
$1 a week and In case of IInprlson.
Moeat his family reeelves $5i wekly as
long as his sentence lasts."--loulei
wlle Courier Journal.

It to reported that tie trunk of a
large tree bah been encountered at a
d pt of 1.000 feet by the oil driller
at Crockett. Te.
Tlpermraeeatlyeoureld. Noltsornorvou-. C


iam a fnrt dasy' usp of lfr. Kilase's (rat
ervemastoraer.2rial bottliand treatise fr,
DrL. EL xsa. Ltd.,Nl Arch St., I'htl., Pa.
The ordinary load of a camel as from DUO
to 1000 pounds.
Un.Wlaslow'soothtag lyroep for Children
toehlag.softea the gum .gweluose laflmma-
tUoaSaapaB.noureawta Poliol, be.a bottle


Cuttiog up shk&.


"I'm of an ecoxrtAcal turn o:
mind," sighed a citizen who had evi
dently been over his last summer's
straw het with a tpothbrush moisten
ed In warm suds and ammonit.. I hav<
to be. I would like to be prodigal aLd
I have often thought that If I coul.i
my hands on large quanstiles of
Iatoney I wouid be fully as generous'
Ssa ome of my rlc'. neighbors appe-f
to ke. However, this announcement
displayed by a shoe polishing estab-
lahment appealed to me a day or two
ago, "All shine 5 cents." It waA
conrpiruoual- painted on both win.
dows of the 'parlor or 'parlors' and
It decorated a triangular wooden cor-
trivance on the sidewalk near th.e
door. 'That's a capital Idea,' I whisk
pered to myself and I went in. The
first placard that greeted my eyes


when I had climbed Into a chair was
done in large red and gold letters
and read, 'Holiday and Sunday shines
10 cents. Oil shines 16 cents.' 'Same
old story, same old game,' I mused.
'There's quite a difference be.
tween 'oil shines' and 'all shines.'"
I said to the proprietor as cheerfully
as I could. 'A difference nla the spell-
Ing makes a difference in the price.
You ought to spEl: your "all sh!nos"
"'oil hine's," or perhaps it would be
bottt.r to mp-.ll your "oil hline''s" "al)
Khilrmo."' Ity that time r I was pretty
w<-'l trix' !i up rnyi-'f.
'M. no urd(le'rntarl ';ilul the pro-
pr i.tor, ol'irrinly. Phrii, r tgil i is houiil-
flf'r- t, r: d I don't murch wonder."-
I'rovle'lr c. .Joirnal.

mr)M IDE)RA OF IllRs WEATTIf.
lHoAt ( showing hintm arrindr) -
Twe'nty 'fly yv'ars ago, when the r:ian
thit owns this block of buildings
rarne to town, he' hadn't a hundred
dollars in the' world
Gtpnt --And now?
Host And now? By (Corr'. Mr.,
he' cold afford to hold the job of ann-
tman ador to (or"it lrlt:in!-('hicagor
Triihtir..


JIH HIIfrEW) H('IIE.MI.
F'arni'r (;Ghhaiw Him Walton Ihas
got forty gals ('cmin' to board witti
hlim this sumtirinor.
Vnrmer lGiddap-Dow tell! H low
did h- manage' to Kit so nimany'
l'; fill' i "r ((-hitW Hl lveI rtlHsI d
that 1in thilti' 1I1t 'oll<,-', st1iil'rists wiiz
4 l1l1lo.\ a ',iJ on i thI ra iti I'lillhadI liulila
litnl till.


Thousands of Women
ARE MADE WELl AIU STRONG
soma o fLyta &, P 0ffhe's ve.ela.
ComPMd Rl$s Upo the Fat that It
really DU Nika S1skt Wstes Well
Thousands upoa thousands of Ameri-
can women hare been reahtored to
health by Lydia K. linkharn a Vegeta-
ble Compound. Their letters are on file
in Mrs. Piukham s office, and prove this
statement to be a ~act and not a were
boast.
Overshadowing indeed in the success
of this great medicine. and compared
with it all other medicine' and treat-
wmet for women are experiment..
Why has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegre-
table Compound secomilithed its wide-
spread results for grod "'
Why has it lired aid thrived and
done its glorious work fur a quarter of
a century?
simply and surely because cf Its ster-
Ung worth. The reason no other med-
icine has even approached its success
is plainly and positively because there
is no other medicine ia the world so
good for women's illrs
The wonderful power of Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound over
the diseases of womankind is not be-
cause it is a stimulant- not because it is
a palliative. but simply because it is
the most wonderful tonic and recon-
strictor ever discovered to act directly%
upon the uterine tytemrn. positively
('IIINvO dibsee and dsrplrscemeiint arind
restoring health aind vilor.
Mirvelons cures a re reported from
ill parts of thn courubtr. hby vomen w l h,
have been cured. trirained lnures h % ,ho
have witneased (iurts. andp i)hyi<'iiains
who have recogrtiz.d 11.\te virtue' in
Lydia k. r'inkharni V'..getable ('om-
poIund, and are fair credit where it ix diit. If plihysviianr,
dared to be frank tud open, hundredrt;
of them would ackznOwledle that they
constantly pre-sribe Lydia E. Pink-
harn'a Vegetable (Coupound in severe
cases of female ills, a" they know by
e'xpritenve that it will effect a cure.
Women who are troubled with painful
or irregular nm-nstrtiatiaon. bl)knche
liloating (or flutnlence). leucorrhata.
falling. Inflammation or ulceration of
the uterus. ovnrian troubles, that
' bearing-down" feeling, dizziness,
faiutnesA. ndigestion., nervotis pro.-
tration, or the blues, should take iim-
mediate action to ward off the serious
consequences and be restored to health
und strength by taking Lydia E. 'ink.
ham's Veg'etable Compound. Anyway.
write to Mrs. Pinkham. Lnn. t M ass.
for advice. It's free and always helpful.

THERE IS MONEYI' CORN STALK,
\w r.t, I 11 1. i ha, l ir 4 m i A It, l ii t.A li ltt. i
(At31-'05)


TORTURIE




RUMORS


Instantly Relieved and Speedily
Cured by Baths with





(UTIC(URKA
Soap to cleanse the skin,
gentle applications of Cuti-
cura Ointment to soothe and
heal, and mild doses of Cuti-
cura Pills to cool the blood.
A single Set, costing but One
Dollar often cures.
fold throg Ihout tha world. FPtter Dreg and Chs
Corp., h 'earon, shole. ropO.
W Seud Dur "l>.r et UumraBKur Mailed Vin
CURED
DropsGives

rRelief.
R- emov niall swelling in 8 to 0o
daysv eITects a pe: manent cure
/ \. fi si'-to 6odays. Trsaltreatmeunt
( : l.given free. Nothingcat befaircr
Write Or. HH. green's eons
.r- Specialists. Box l Atlanta, is.


CHILLS OU NAI T'o
"T' OXIDINE NEED
It I as.hi ul.r AUN OI.I TE (t AtANTEE., and It you are not
"' ri-i y ir idrugKKi.t will refund ymnr Inuo ty. Male 1a11U Ii l Ta te-
lN.' rForm. hlI Iy nil Idruggisets for M0 W'eitsI p-r Itottle.
j1a1111,O.-WOT.IA.NMD Di ia TaxO. .
hltls, DALLAS, Tai. AMU MKMfHIt, TaMM,


)ut In MIntneaolls a thoughtful sta-


titltki. hiau figured It out that the
pr.pivh (of the Unlted States now pay
PI,t(0,0,00u less for medical treatment
than they did ten year ago. And yet
t0ae Itoiton Transcript remarks. thq
nmiltical ( 'hmils keep right on matri-
cuilatinK anmbitlotns and hopeful stu-
41 d

J~i~ni, Tsy toIone' of the deepest skis iin
the 1111611011 lair..
.S''mph liornhtwlto tsa ne most eecebrated
c uesrter in Eur,-qw.
1'iso's Cure for Conmaitnptioa isoan infallible
inedlan f ore oaglas atad eohes.-MI. W
kUSURL, (006110(.rovo J.Feb. 17. IS-
Mme Pc lalti' 'a %oe has brought her in
nliore th1m~an IUiWab 35


Ovhw4Wt


Is a Certain Cure for


DYSPEPSIA,
3 SICK HEADACHE ,
CONSTIPATION. "

Stimulates the Liver, ours
Biliousness, Sour Stomaoh,
Irregularities of the Bowels.
A natural product, prepar-
ed by concentration ; a gen-
uine natural water.

CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO.,
Leaulvllle. Kr.









You want only the best
Cotton Gin

M chinery
Ask any experienced
Dinner about
Pratt, Eagle,Smith

Wnship, Munger
We would like to show
you what thousands of
lfe long customers say.
Write for catalog arid
testimonial booklet.

Continental Gin Co
Charlotte. N. C.. Atl nts. Ga.
Harmlnghnam, Ala.
Auempbli, Tenn., Dilas., Toe.

matt Iai tai blood who m
ANTE I L- 1<.lt ivzni with Mn lry1'0.
(2) o. in i who wer dtrnit'-4 in Kentunty.
4().of ."othletr of sohlt*rs ,t i>, have been
denied ,enpion on -ri.i.ant (-f tleir r--
tasrrir e, (4) of mn)u lho rv.ed in the Fd-
I r ra ruy', or Ia () the lieremt kiu o1 mctu
moldlie, ir s mall, r, n w dtec.ased.
MATAAN HI('KVORID. Aitersey,
Uhlanguton, IS. C.
NE LS, V rFOL ALL SEWING NA.
L cIlNHE. S..md-rd -Go-d
SHUTTLES. F re Il
REPAIRS. M co.. i t ..
IS.., T. L6UIS. MO.


Whtis Tu .0 At 8 00atO kln5 ow what to ineva Off tusebees, disasw'orssepW-
Whea you crave eom thails b~ph Appetlaang ae as&Wyis-4e'j
&Ira
Libby's 'Prl~vuorr Food Product


Ox Tongues
Veal Loaf
Ham I

Libby. McNel


Chill Con Came
Brisket Boef
Loaf Soups
C- eri e A$ s hoMo
ill & Libby. Chicago
t


I RUADY TO GIVE ANY PRICE.
Real MEoats- Agent (on shipboard)
-Porhaps we can close that deal now
for that little plot of land. What'll
!,, you offer an aore?
k Seasick Individual-I'll give you
$1.000 an acre If youll deliver It here
^**:*ri awxir Kmes ._:_^


To cure. or money roftvpied ky yew jnmerooon% so why no~tt UN IMP PvIo soo


a


----II


I1


The Secret of Good Cofee

Even the best hounekeepers cannot make a good cup of
coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and queerly
blended coffee much an unscrupulous dealer shovel over their
counters won't do. But take the pure, clean, natural flavored
LION COFFEE, ase leader d d pancage elees-
the coffee that for over a quarter of a century has been daily
welcomed in miions of homes-and pu will make a drink It
for a king in this way :

HOW TO MAKE oa
t 1 eOw&rr isr tG "A" s t-V
adidI whIms sif s lois mo des IS4



ToU* ( t oll I l
d nI Iteand o an ton ute bore serving.
DO rS IDon' uese water that hLa be n NIoied before.
TWO WATS TO IZ CiMIL
it. NO 5L o f *a EM ofi ft am t h It t it e Ni A LION
9&is f-,." ,oM e, Aaila



(Save thie. Liooeb d .1uaUi pemtums.)
SOLD BY 6O)K0 KVK.VWE
COm *t 0.bda, Es.


I


I








4-' < :> .


JO33 l. csLuLm. w P, er. On Tuesday quite a serious collision t tt of t dtoar tLr at- o Y3Nea.
occurred on the A. C. L. near Bain- having elata ai.mlt him or his --tate. to proe-
UBLIHED bridge, between a freight train and a t me aceonto w within two years from The Best Hard Wood and Pine in stock
PUBLISHED EVERY rRIDAY MORNING. lot of empties being shafted. Engineer,; t he4th d of Demther- all the time. Promt delivery, and sat-
lot of empties beingashifted. EngineerwlsuchWe sidoo".h'bea. ...f., .,acton
C. P. Jones was reported instantly JON of LL'NS isfaction guaran d
LOCAL AND PIRSONAL. killed and Brakeman Ed Underwood Admr. tateof a. colIn. Sturgon....... J. W. DOLLAR.
was so badly injured that he died -E...O WIA D
Mrs. R E. Rose and Mrs Ernest shortly afterthe accident. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. SMLS
/VMrs. R. E. Rose and Mrs. Ernesth Notice is herebyggiven to all creditors of the eee- Diseases of the Eye, Ear and Nosea Specialty. TO Clos O OUt soon; the drug store and
-*pLin visited Jacksonvillethi wek .a Diseases of the Eye, E rand No" p t. To close outoo t r so
S visited Jacksonville this week. mt m.ta of mi M. Co deceased, and to al fixtures f R. L. Collins drug store in
visi toyher fm hm in persons having cla mus asslast her or her estate.fMasofic.uL.Cwllbesoldrut atgreat
visit to h fo ner i e ying a When pains or irritation exist oa any to present s rine to law within two year Masonebu g wibesold t great
r ormer home in Madison. art of the body, the application of, date the th da of May. 190. other- bargain
Mr. J. J. Pearce was in the city Ballard's Snow Linimentgives prompt sll. M. GIlRADEAU. Amm OfficeIlnoldaepitallty Bao I J. G. COLLIbo,
Tuesday and made our office a pleasant relief. E. W. Sullivan, Prop. Sullivan Admr. E Ntate of Emily M. CE inn. Bel/lMdi. Administrator.
vist. House, El Reno, O. T., writes, June 6,
Miss Emma Cover left Wednesday 1902: "I take great pleasure in recom- -EXEC. L-UTOR'S NOTICE ... c).." ... .......dtd....-'........
for a visit to relatives and friends in mending Ballard's Snow Liniment to Creditor, legatee. distributed* and all persons
Nebraska. all who are affected with rheumatism., havin m or demands agatst the estate of
'Nancy 8. T. Bradford, late of I &on County. do.
Rev. A. L. Woodward went to Mayo It is the only remedy I have found that cea.ed, are hereby notified and called upon to pre. H
on Tuesday where he will take charge lives immediate relief." 25c, 50c and sent them to the executor of suid estate within
of church work. e $1.00. For sale by all druggists. two year after the first publication of this notice.
of church work. -1.-Ootherwise the same shall former afterward be
Superintendent Holloway spent a part A Good ScheoL r JOHN R. BRAI FOR-).
of the week visiting Gainesville on Principal Aa B. Cla2- r. o ItE W E R 9
official business. Principal Asa B. Clark, of the Mana- JEW-E L E R ........to
Mr. Aaron Levy and son left Sunday tee County High School at Braden- 9 Legal Notice.
for the North on a pleasurevy and son left Sundays- town, has just had printed at the True I8 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. ;sIX
es tri combine plesure nd busd.Denocrat office a very neat and attrac- N month after date, the underirni will e Repair Work a Specialty.
tive pamphlet compri.ing the Announce- tho*iraccounts as Executor and Exe..utrix of the S c l
Mr. red T Myers and dauethtera e, in reuar o e tle for tateof Martha E. Flemifn. late. of l.elim county,
Mr.Fred T. havMyersanddaughter, men, in regular ocllergestyle for i lda de d, and p t ^ rr All Work Done Promptly. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Mrs. Perkins, have gone to Chicago to, 194-5. The faculty comprises eight County Judge of iaid county for tCe r d reharg
visit Mr. Selim Myers. instructors besides the principal, and: assuc executor and executrix. LIVELY BUILDING TALLAASSEE.
After qui.e a stay with friends in the history, course of study andadvant- E. A. CRA ORD. xcutr.LIVLY BUILDING, TALLA
Savannah, Miss Claire Bowen is mak- ages of this excellent school are fully of the Estate of IMartha E. Fleming. pt'cd. rv._....
ing a short visit in Madison. set forth. Dated thiN 21st day of July. to,. lami
Mrs. J. Ernest Yonge and children' This the only known instance of the ...
are spending a season at St. Teresa, publication in this form of the annual In the County Judge's Court of County
with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gamble. announcement of a high school, and it i of Leon, State of Florida. .
Mias Hampton, stcretar to the State is only one of many illustrations of the In the Matter of the Estate of I,,crt I.. collins. The Eale is Uncle Sam's
Mir amtnhsretr tthma enterprise and "up-to-dateness" of ,'e-eased.-Notice of Sale. Mas t. is eye is keen and
Supermtenaent, has returned from a Professor (lark, who, as a Tallahassee NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT PUIt- MaSCOt. eye is keen and
pleasant sojourn at Hampton Springs. bjy and a graduate of twe Florida State uant t the statute ,f the 8 in uchca his mind alert. If yu have
ilrde and provided. I will e'xt,44v to sale at
The residence of County (ommis. in- .oilege, reflects great credit upon both public sa'e on Monday. the 7th day of Aurut. n ,l for Value and
er E, mi h, or Chaires, was stiu:k hi birthpli.c, and his Alma Mater., 10., be.twwren the hours of I1 o'clo,, in the fore. eagl eye
by lightning a few days ago, but no -i noo)n and 2.o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at ish to secure the Purest
one was hurt. Grave Troble rar B. th,, store h,,us %. corner Clinton ankl Adim- a lree one was nurt. Grave Trouble Foreseen. ,ine hCny of Tal aasntee.t cur.-, Fres.het and Best IDru st on
Hon. W. M. Ivesand Mayor Small, of It needs but little fore i. ht to tell ,r 'lrds, al the Stock of I rs. ndicine. -.. rug on
Lake City, wtre in the city this week that when your stomach and liver are C.rllin, i.n .cs. property f lat bert the market, you will swoop
11 business connected w.tt that city's badly affected grave trouble is ahead, .ION ,(;1 .I.,S. 1> down on this store when you
iieW Instiaute. unless you take the proper med cie torI Administratorof the F'sta'toef IR i..r I.. ('lins, when
Miss ( liflord Byrd and Miss Fannie your disease, 4s Mrs. John A. Young, eeeaed, ,thi 3th ,ay of Jne. A,. I ,,i. Want a prescription filled.
('oes, altera most delignttul visit to of Clay, N. Y., d d. She says: "I had N,)OTICE of Apilicatiou for Tax D'-d uinde.rSt- rse s
rinen s ai.u relatives in Monticello, neuralgia of the liver and stomach, mny tior, of Cl.aiter 4L, La" s ti F ,orida. ^D. R e *
liveo ieturnled home. heart was weakened, and I could not Notice is herte-y leiyen tiat J. L.. "airi ,r. IRur- "
Ttrd f i 'caser of tax crtificate No 5.' .|aBt: 6th .nlh. Telephone No. 17.
Mrs Fannie Bernett who ha3 been eat. I was very b. d for a ong timee* A.u. 1er-3. hasx lhd sd certifto.'. in l .I oNo. 17.
enjoyirg a long visit to her mother but in Electric Bitters I found just what anui hal made aip!ication for tax del.. toe is s i,
Mrs. Mua.eesy at nte Leon, left tor her l needed, lor Lhey quickly relieved and accordance with -aew. Sad cer ili,'ate eni hrc, .
ntme ,n At.ania th.s week ut ed m.-." Best rreuicine for weak teunty oloriwl.,nwit: The l taee: arr ,,i LOOKING OVER
Hon. W. R. Wilson, a companies by women Sold under guarantee by all n irtheast quarterof n'>rthwsat euiteart f n rth- .
Hi n h Wls, M o, cilo and M .y (ruggi-.ts, at 50c a bottle w,.thuartre.ctid nil.owrh...,,rih,rane2 A ,r the stock in ourstables will be a pleas-
is daughters, Mi.. W oI and Mr. e. ,, ,ast. 2L acres. The said land h.inv nsess-Il at SALbt T '?Lr
the ns, date ,f t he issuance of such cert'h Nent in th. " re for the horseman. The showing of
l.n, d e ,eei haChurch N(t ces. enatme eof A, W. Gramnling. Unless :tiel ce rtificate f thratio
gon- North on a summer pleasure trip. First Baptist Church, Clinton street, shii to re eemrncj accornowi to lam, tax ,et'tl will
) We have a few copies left of hlist near Adams, Frank W. Cramer, tIastor. isiu thetre.,t on the 7hday of A,..-i A. ) E. Ut5 good acclimatd
week's issue conmaining the a dies' Preaching service each Lord's Day at ithnl ayi ifJly. A. D t. W *thei'. HD1SFS
petition lor r ne p.roon or W. L lay- 11 a. n,. and 7:45 p. m. B.ble Set oolat CsE:a..) i:NuY 'I. H Ik" I.K' L,r
i.r itr tho ;e. wht n may d esir to pre- 1 a. m. Junior Baptist Un on at 3 p) Clerk Circuit Couit. len C'ur lb ri of very eruption is an interesting
servee the sa.ne. m. Senior B, Y. P. U. at 4:30 p, No.rm : ff Appaineifor Tax Dhe.l >.iler nSo.i-
The friends of Dr. Henry E. Palmer rhe llolwing subjects will be oin- tn of ('Chapt-ie 4. ", aw Ir.,i. otne.
are congra.tulatinj him upon his elec- .idered l,,rd's Day. August .Medical Examiners at its recent mieet- "Does It Pav to be a Christian?" Jun- Notice is herl y tfiven that Jo.,,,,ine htt. .iir- T h i d i ned sf lie1s hor omnr
in in .tJacksonville. ior Union subject, "Returning Home,. c fJuly. A. D. liti. han t iled ea I til(t rhtte iII tl)
Mrs. R. J Evans ard daughter, Mrs leader, Mi:s Ruth Johnson. Senior B ,oa,....and hat m.le' a telicat.non for tax d4t4 to There's a grand lot to select from,
Clough, with the baby, have returned Y. P. U. subject, "The First Fruits for ',lsue' in, tc*,,>rdnce. ith hiw. Sulad ,ertiicult't
iron a peasant visit to St. Teresa. Gd." All are most cordially invited a ,,cour nty '':. :-wt: liNt N.. i lk Prices are right.
MIS. Ivy tAough, who w;,s also in tnis Trinity M. E. Church, South, Rev. J, No.aastiper plat recorded in d.ed tb.,k II. !f .
piea.sant family party, is s ting h r W. hi,;atnm, pastor. Sunday School at ,'uarti,. ,,rt iet' r m ,theitnt ous ,r i Feed and Sales Stable,
tirothe"'s f .aiily. 9:'0 a. m. Sermon at 11 a. in. Senior range one, wevt. The said and cine erJ a-D.' C A 140 South Adams Strfeet
Mr Justice Hocker, of the supreme E;wo:-th League 4 p. m. Junior Ep- at the late of th itsuar.iu,-, t n th.J. T 14
c.,urt. acorni aniud ,by his son, will take worth Lea 'ue 3 p. m. Evening Ser- shalei he rWton.emAustin.eaicrmlinit., taw tax Clrtid will lh
Iin. vacation ,.t A is f i'rmer tion-- in Vir- mon at 7:30 p. m. Public cordially in- is.,ic thereo>n ,,n thee 211 t iatn if At il.r A .
ginia Mr. .Ju ;t.c tockrell left last vited Pr'av-ir m. eating Wedneisday at i'itre'ss myt: u ire an real s i STYLI SUPERLATIVE
Sunda.L' to join Mrs (ockrell and Mrs 7:3(0 p m. I.'th ela)y of July. A. i. 1r ) ifi.
1). S. Walker at Gail eville, Ga. St J, hn'. Episcopal, Rev. Dr. W '^E l II.NRY 1'. I:I.KH.. sits serene -atop the rigs we have for
Mr. W. N. Sheats, Jr., who has bee n C.rter, Rector, Services: Sir.da)3 (':,rk i Ciiit ',rt l..on o(ity,.ti. fl- hire. They're easy runningg, of course;
tr.veeling fo. thie H. & W. B. Drew Co. aid. loly Days, Holy Communion 7 NiC efa A calh,,, f yrx r I ,i, h f a
ni .Jacksonville, has gone to Colorado o'clock 0a. m. Sunday, 11 o cock a. m. s to. ,of (haupt.r 4 law lri .''. the. hirse- that draw them are man-
Spr'ing, where he expects to locate and 9 o'clock p. m. Friday, o'clock rro MA(;< E J. ('lOs AN Al.I. : s ag.l with s'are aneffort; but withal
i,.':.i,anently HIis many friends here P. m. St. M ichaei coloredd). Ser- cricerenel: .
wi.:i him go-.d luck and i prosperity. vices: Sundays. 4 o clock p. m. Fri- Not i;n h.li rey Nsvi t int. C. ,I yin ...' the eiptent is stylish to a degree.
M. J h Ait.n. of the west n days, 4:30 o'clock p. m. .has., nf'ras ('erti'ate( N '.'9. l ti l Jl '
Mr. Joph Allen, ot the western A. lm. h fil cric In my Every convenience, every comfort goes
-te ttin of leon county was exhibition 'Iwo Probiems. r,'l has madc al, esii.,ri, fer tax ,l..el t,, is.- ce uen i e ler y c oA
s, ,oi ]'(i't .amirple. of app s which ue th o wic riic with the euipages we let by the day
came tvroi ries planted on his pl.ce Whe n I see the hordes of fat, lazy, ....,, ne. .. I.i: I,, Nw t or ur. The leser timewilprove ou
m.eytwo eer planhisidle vos, ,,ornuntd, F ,-,r '. toAit: ita N,mn1.g:t,,, or hetur. The lesser time will prove ou
iilv two vetrs a o. LHe sys 'he has idle youngsters and negroes loafing ,f llock II. in Villa Mitehell, in seet ;,,, i ,,I .
al)b,ut an a< re of them and that the about the town," said young man whoo i tuwnhii I -o",,il.h. I wet, a% w I;,. Itwon wores.
trecs now all bear fruit like the sam- works hard to earn a .small salary, i, ii te .... .ct,', ,ee ,C h ,,, r CAITAIL CITY LIVEImY STABIES.
p.e!. Th y show what can be done "and compare their elegant leisure with les. The.said land s..,n ....aesIe, ,hc t ,..,fp.
ia:s.ng api. i. in this county. Come to my hard condition, I feel like becoming i th-uan -n "f huih i ,r1 firip atei th, i .,,i.. f .. (L. T. HANC WK, Prop.
n.is (olfice and see the samples what the law cynically calls 'a vagrant. ,,MI.amedl a cc. iln ti, 'aw, tax d e 'u, Phone s 7i an(d .
These fellows do seem to enjoy life im- th.remrc on oh. i'eh ,s.i f AieAruet. A lI. ;
Parasol Contest, mensely, but who feeds them? That's' witne ny',r ,liie a ,,-,nticre,' andl al th,. i' 0
the proeulle I should like to see solved. I 14th LAi ly July. AI T r K
The pa'",i contest at the Another is, Why is not the haw against "'"r.k C 'irmuit C'urt lo',,n (.ci-nt) I' l(Ci i 10 TO I
evening with a count of votes, showing Nri',f Amcu'ae ,r 'ax uil S e i t r ir' the' chances of your
that Miss Peai McCord was the win- Agonitzing Burns i f('harr rt lawofFm h,,rela e r th hancs of y
on.r. her vote being 9,858. Miss Lalh .',w he n er.Iy evn that Ellen I" Iu,..
te; ,,me'seouwi th 5erc voti gc, 'tn tha l A. ': i' n,. h.fllI' |sl e,.rte en y ,'e'.'l fcir satisfaction. w e
*nd Mt. Ad.h Curry brought up the healed, by huckkl'n's Arnica Salve C. A. l4(t has fied c.tlcatne en ee) Clii
ad Mh.. Ad aurry brought up the .s ma' aplhatn fir tax dese to e I x you use t 'he Clifton Brand. Truth to
rear w.th 5.5',<<) Proprietor Louis E iveneark, Jr, o' Norlolk, Va.. writes: c...rmiance with ,law. Mei certifl'ce eniir rr.tto
'Conelt' w's justly pleased with the sale "I l.urnt my knee dreadfully; that it the. following ,l. r |.. rii lnh situat., i | .. tell. hIres little likelihood of your
nf ove'r 21'\ii tickets, and will doubt- blistered all over. Bucklen s Arnica 'cuty. 'lori''. t'-w I" are*of lf and hlut.necv r whleo
S, n urt another contest w o Salve stopped the ain, and healed l( it t ,h ains eahn.eat,, th'. nc,rthwc't c,, r, ,r 1 having anything but a pure, wholesome
..-n euuratec co s soon, without a scar. Also heals all wounds ,one' -muth. raige'on w,, t.e' n l and rnrnn -uiii t i jI i
Gone to Boston. and sores. 25c at all druggist. ilt chain, thence 2 'N chains t, i, w,. yet conoincal -ro luct. But don't be
TaK orxeC...... a.... d;ircsl t.... ee Ic-iyte.'rntttivcc'olu t.st on t


i ht, Ohe h tnk otfctheSt. Marklin c ired, ithience rnrth e lit
Nearly ev.v e one in Tallahassee will Pisol ood. I tthe f th hai hr,.o) that,, ,,,ii ,.1..-
v 4 Poisons 1n Food. l in-twon the'nemrth half :ild -teith halt .f i mi w-
r ', 't L> leatln of' the removal of Mrs. ti .n 2. hence Wept with sati line t, th,.' ielac,. ,of
;,,,. B. Currie and her interesting Perhaps you d(n't realize' that many tleinningt. exc't th. rwht iof way ,.f thie T.lia-
tanily to Boeton. Ma~s, where Miss pain poisons originate in your food, but I' ha-I "'.southpastert latailway .int'.half ac-re..
The saidl and tewiny ax s'e sel at the ilate' ecf eOlw
.,h w:l e'nt Jr tie ('onsem-vatory of, some day you may feel. a twinge (f! issuance ,,f itchlcetrtticatite an the nearde f ]it.oImm
.Muu;ic to perfect her musical education. dyspepsia which wil convince you. D)r. I aimdi Iaul Twine. U'l1ni,. s ail certificet,. hall i'-
"i'ne move is a sequel to the recent visit i King's New Life Pills are guaranteed rc.lre..med according tc. Ihw. tax do.wl will 1u.an -
U ttc,'retmon con the 7th day mf Atcgeust. A. 1). IsMA.
,,f the family to the brother of the late to cure all sickness due to ponons of W tnces n,,y h,,ieal i,,sur. aid e.al th the.
Mr. Currie, in New Hampshire, and is undigestedl fosed or money otack. 2:kc thlaycif July. A. 1). I1.0"
a m,,st fortunate one for Miss Adah. I at alldruggists. Try them 1| sAI:a. }Il':NiY T. FVI.KEI..
,t .. ,, ,,. ul ol, t h I.... ( 'lerk Circuit ..irt ,ivin C(ounty. F',,rela.


o ,', '." iIm.-r'a ail aC8|l I ongl t. 1 enIi t a
,lelizr't to Tallahasseeanp..
Fraud Exposed.
A few counterfeiters have lately been
making and trying to sell imitations of
Ir King's New Discovery for Con-
uinmptimn, Coughs and Colds, and other
medicines, thereby defrauding the pub-
he, This is to warn you to beware of
such people, who seek to profit by steal-
'gf the reputation of remedies which
have been successfully curing disease
for over .V5 years. A sure protection to
vo. is our name on the wrapper. Look
/ or it on all I)r King's. or Bucklen's
Srem, dies. as all others are mere imita-
tions. If. E. BUCKLEN & CO., Chi-
c.;Wgo. Ill., and Windsor, Canada. All
dlruggiats
Only one machine in a lifetime is nec-
esary if you buy the Wheeler & Wilson
No 9 from L. Yaeger.


At a Bargain.
For sale several g large young Administrator's Notice.
mules Apply to (T MTICE IS HEREltY GIVEN THAT ON
GEO. II. AVERETT. N the24th dayfit A iesit. A. 1). 19M6. at 1<
i''ln'k a. m., or as mpimifn I her afterar I van li' h rl.
"-"~-*"* -- .ihe underiirneld almirctoratr of tho u ,tat'. cf
Georia. Flendrl* ad Alabaa aUwayr Emily M. Collins. deal..l., late of l wcn cnnty,
Carrablle,. Talahasee Georgia Ral re. Florlda. will aiptly y i .tit.n tortheHun. Jothn W.
Tallahasee. FlaCuly t 21u Malon.,. judir" of th<. Ivr, uit court of the te-or',ml
Tallahassee. Fla., July 20, IM Judicial cirruit of Florila at Quincy. Florinla. fr
Summer excursion rate to Lanark anti authority to sell the folowii- drMetd rtrealrestate'
SoAchoppy (when for Panacea Springs.) anf ih aed. to-wi The' northwest u d Mrtr iof
The following round trip rates are the northwest quarterr cof srtion m sixn 1.l,
announced to Gulf (oast resorts for the township 2 south of range 22 ast. ,ituated. lying
season of 1905, from Tallahassee: and heiin tnHillabir.iugh county, Vkmrida Ali.,
kits numherd ivi antid two o f block mix In the sub-
Sopchoppy. $1.00; Lanark, $1.(0); Sun- ,livixion known am "Villa Mitchll" in sections oe
days, final limit date of sale. and two. town.hip r.m Ii mouth of range .me (It
Sopchoppy, S1.25- Lanark, $1.50; Sat- wt ..situated in Lwu eCunty. Prhkea. Als, the
urdays final limit following Monday. th half f the a ( of Tlaa-
urdays nal mt limeitlog Monday et t numbered 251 old plb. together with
Sopchoppy, $1.50; Lanark, $2.00; the dwenins and imprtnmements thoro., situated
daily, final limit 15 days. in n o tFlorida. maid male being for th*
9Sopchop $1.6; A rkr K purpose of paying the debts of aw **%a, the
-opehop y, $.6; Lanark, $2.40; nperm o m h*r tiy *> im .
,peoerty hay iw.boom .. a,.t.
daily, fina limit 30 days. i M.. oUliapaU.
R. C. SNIPES, Adm .l rtfrt. tae of .
Traveling Passenger Agent. jul.'1t S.M


V


content with it "just as good" flour -
demanil the Clifton everytime, it is the
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'


THE GRIFFIN BROS. CO.
Vho are They? What Is Their Business?
NURSERY MEN


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 no other Nursery makes such a liberal
proposition and hold your order until Salesman calls and
he wll submit you the proposition in a few words.
* In what home is fruit and flowers not appreciated and
worth their cost? L. C. YAEGER, Agt.


_~ _____ ___ ___ __ ___













T E TRUE DEMOCRAT. NOTIC of Aat fo Tax Dead Under e-
JOBM 0. COLLINS, Pahme. T' U N OWNER AND ALL OTHER
Notice I.a hereby givethat S 8. Hla.e, WIEEL
DAattaxcrtietoe No.57. dalled July
PUBLMHD EVERY .RIDAY MORNING. .D S hIm filed mid eortiflatain my
mee Mand has made a.lesie fo ta, deed to
iTau sIn W Sep Ta es, law. o ld eerihea Genea-
TllafUl Sll Tr Iat bramet he fo leiwing deeribad lsd ituated in en,
Leom county, Flore to-wit: All routh o4 Forbee -**
The latest Florida fad is the cultiva- pur.haw line In motion twenty. In townhip one Homr
tion of the soap tree, which may, or southor ram womne wa w expt the aa of sw rt
d odu he *t of owY4, containing 117 7.100s ar, more or lm. pper t
may not, produce fortunes for the e- The sd land being as.sed at the dat of the of ex
thusiasts. Tallahassee has had soap lssuan.e of soch rtifleate in the narm of Owner of
trees growing a ornament ad eurio,. UBnowm. UnlM toaid certifcate .hall be re-
< henGene dealmded according to law, tax deed will imue
cities ever since 1887, Gora term on the wthdo of Aufuat, A. D, 106.
Mercer brought the seeds from Texas Witns my omcia signature and meal this the 3 Pgf
The only ones now living are on 8th day of July. A. D. 106. A --
the old "Haner place," formerly the ( C Hru NRY T.t Cour PIm Lnty patria a
residence of Major Robert Gamble, ann .. C. ~ t . t and sal
the late Dr. Betton, and now occupied o accounting for tate teed.
by Mr. Justice 1'arkhill, and one grow. Th-re b no nccou"ting f tawte--
ing in Bloxham Park. Judging by the number of people whose
..d.l.. r .long suit is self-admiration. --Chicago fMany a
hodel School and lntrhgarhte News. Fame only t
o ,. News. |a rd fall.
There will be conducted in the normal
.d .h.. .. i... tL.i .. V .- .0 1-_ .


IIjepartment olI Ith r urluniu r Iemai ilu l-
lege a model school, embracing the first
three grades, and a model kindergar-
ten, embracing the kindergarten proper
and the connecting class. These schools
will open the last Wednesday in Sep-
tember and close the last Wednesday
in May. Some of the best instructors
that the country affords have been en-
gaged for this work. The Instruction
will, therefore, be of a superior kind,
since it is to be a model for the students
in the college who are preparing to
teach. The work to be done here by
these expert teachers will also be under
the supervision of Dean Buchholz of
the normal department These are to
he observation wchool4, and necessarily
require the very best care and guidance
of trained teachers. The r.umber of
children allowed in the kindergarten is
limited to thirty; in the .model school
, oly twelve will \e retelved In each of
the three grades, thus limiting the
number in the model school to thirty-
MIX.
The rooms that are to be met apart
for theme model schools are to be hand-
some and complete, ,hotoughly fur-
uished with new appiratus and equip-
ment. It may thus be seen that the
very best facilities for the early train.
ing of a limited number of "our II tie
ones" are to be affore I. P'arm. to who
arer interested should address tie State
College for Women immediately to have
pl;aces in the model kindergarten and
model school re erve'd for their children.
Tio number ei positively limited to
thirty in tn m- kindergarten and thirty-six
in the model school.
T e m ire a man blows the less he
hass to use in making good.
sismerDlaDrroea la Children.
D) nii tfe hot weather of the sum-
mer Vonths ihe first unnatural loose-
nessO f a ctild's towels should have im-
mediate attention, so js to check the
d senas heeor it lbecomnes serious. All
t tit is necMst.ary ii a few do Ins of Char. -
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoe*
Rem' dy followed by a dose of castor
oil to cleanse the system. Rev. M. 0.
Stockland. pastor of the first M. E.
church, Littlh Falls, Minn., writes:
"We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for sev-
eral years ant find it a very valuable
remedy, espel it,'ly for summer disor-
dlers in childlr n. For sale by all drug-
(.Atm -
There w,, ild lie fewer divorce a in
th;s vale of tearn if there were more
good Cook-.
Voer Rent.
One-hllf (five or six rooms) of tfe
Ch:tires Dwelling, on North Monroe
street. All modern im[irovementm and
in excellent repair For information
an I term 4 apply to Mrs. C. C. Parce.
21-2t
Nothe.
iFffTeftive Sundaiy, Julyv 2, tle special
train Merv ice bl.t' wo.n Tallahau. m', and
St Murks *' Sund av. will he discon-
tn:eilsl. 1'P. Wo nrWAlti, Agent

Not'ce of Application for D)ischarge.
(rrit'E, I II.KE1HY (IVE:N rlTHAT I WII.i.
:i x mronlhs after the first iui'halrii hereof,
riake finl ri.flrt'n nA tl plily for my l' hbarr as
Ailm nislratf.r ,of lthe estate of William A Niwlln.
lIate ,of lte-.e r- ',y. lo ,',,am.|l
.141i N W IIENIDitmIN,
AI.m tian lmatrlr ,tf mslid state.
Jia'y 2.', lI9 '"c I,.n lni


UNIVERSAL KEYBOARD


D. Ferrell,

MIT and BlAC)SMITH.


ral Repair Shop.
e Shoeing by an ex-
who has had years
perience.


tion of the public
ile is solicited
tisfaction guaran,


man
o be


climbs the ladder of
r..w. rded with a good


HAS TABULATOR
ON
EVERY MACHINE.


Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The
Cham ion Speed Writers of the World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Sholes in
use in Florida than any other machine.

For Hale by . .
THUE TRUE DEMOCRAT,
Tallahassee, Fla.
sIl


Miltinery

and

Fancy Goods

Dainty Collars,
Handkerchiefs, Laces
and Embroideries


Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery


The Newest Materials.,for
Fancy Work.


MISS ADELE GERARD,
149 N. Monroe St.
TALLAHASSEE. - FLORIDA.

I ---
Amendment of Charter, Increase of
Stock, etc.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the
stockholders of tihe southern Telephone and C('on-
sto uctionc Ompany, a corporation under the laws
of Florida, will le held at the office of the com-
pany in the city of Tallahassee on the 22nd day of
August, 1906. at 12 'clock, M.. for the purpose of
acting upon the following proposed amendments
to th- charter ,f sa:d company. to wit:
That Artie'e I of said charter shall be amended
so as to read as follows:
ARTICLE II.
The general nature of the nuainessea to be conduct
ed by said cor.pany shal be to construct, acquire,
maintain and o| rate telephone exchanges and tel-
ephone xchanse lines and plants, and telephone
toil lines and plants In thecountiesof Leon. Wakul.
la,Pranklin. Jefferson. Gadsden. Jackron. Madison
and 'aylor, in the State of Florida. and to con-
struct, acquire, maintain and operate electric
plants for light, power and other useful purpose.;
and to deal in electric supplies and manufacture
the rame; and to purchase, use. lease, sell. mort-
gage. pledge or otherwise dispose of real and
personal property, and borrow money for any and
ailof theabove purposes., giving its bonds, noes.
or other evidences of indebtedness therefore; and
to have and enjoy all the rights, privileges, and
powers necessary or proper for carrying on any of
said business.
The telephone exchange lines and plants to be in
any of the places hereinafter mentioned through
or into which the telephone toll line. may pass or
enter or le. or any intermed ate place, and tele-
phone ,oll stations to beat any of said places here-
nafter named or any intermediate place. The
telephone toll IVnes to be constructed, acquired,
maintained and operated by this corporat on shall
extend from the city of Tallahasse. in Leon county.
Fh(rida. to the town of Mont ce lo, in Jefferson
county, Florida, through the villages of ChaireS.
Lloyd, and through or near Drifton, a distance of
thirty-one miles; and from Monticello or Drifton,
in Jefferson county, to Madison, in Madison
county, a distance of twenty-seven miles; and
from I.loyd or Driftonin Jefferson county, orrome
intermediate point, to Wacisma, through Wau-
keenah, in said county, a distance of twelve miles;
and from Tallahassee. in aeon county, to lamonia.
a distance of sixte..n miles and from Talla-
hassee, in laeon county, to Quincy, in Gad.-
den county, through the village of Havana.
a distance of twe nty-t-ight miles; and from Talla-
hanee, aforesaid, through Arran and Sopchoppy.
in Wakulla county, and Carrabelle. In Franklin
county, to Apalachicola, in Franklin county, adis-
tance of eighty miles: and from Arran to Craw-
fordville, a distance of three miles; and from Sop-
choppy to Panacea, a distane- of seven miles; and
from Tallahass"ee to St. Marks. a distance of
twenty-onet miles; and from Qjuincy to Marianna.
a distance of forty miles; and from Tallahassee,.
afore-iid, to Perry, in Taylor county. distance of
fifty miles, the total mileage btins three hundred
andfi fiteen miles..
That Article III of said Charter, which now
reads an follows: "The capital stock of this com-
pany shall be ten thousand dollars divided into
tone hundred shares of one hundred dollars each.
and shall Ie fully paid for in cash, or property for
use in the business of the company, at its cash
value when the stock in issued." shall be amended
by Welding thereto at the end thereof the follow-
in :
The amount of the capital stock of thiscompany
shall be increased thirty thousand dollars, so as to
make the entire capital stock of the company
I forty thousand dollars:; such Increased or addS-
Stional stock to ie divided into three hundred
shares of one hundred dollars each. All of such
increased or additional capital stock shall be paid
for an follows: One-half thereof, or fifteen thou-
sand dollars, in lawful money of tha United
States, and the other half. or Afteen thousand dol-
lars, may be paid for In lawful money of the
United State.. or in property, labor or services, at a
just valuation to be fixed by the corporators or by
the directorA at a meeting called for such purpose.
Property, labor or services may be also purchas-
ed or paid for with any such capital stock at a
just valuation of such property, labor or services
to be fixed by the d rectory of the company at a
meeting called for such purpose.
By order of the company.
F. C. MOOR.
Secretary.


Tallahamw. Fla., July 21st, ]*i. 21-6t

Don't expect a girl who has always
lived in a flat to know anything about
housework.


Georola.florldt Aa"ma


(C., T. & 0. R. R. CO.)
Sehdule Be ete 1*vT.AM.. IBay .611.
Smth Bound.
Sunday Sat'day
only. oly. fiI.
No. I No.8 No. No. 3
Lv Atlanta. ...... IL i .m ........ .......
Lv san.brul.. .t=.S ......S...
Lv ArlTn ..ton *It6m 1 .......
Lv Ianbridte-. .11... M ma WB ......
Ar Talnhasee...LmA 4M LM......
LV Taflabeme
(viar .A.L.v... 1.*m 4AMM---------
Lv TaUnhse... L. 0m ML .Mam .650pm
Lv SopcMpr. 514pmWilma 921 ^tm $Mpm
Lv IAa 4pm.410.am 10.0mm 1.ft. pm
Lv Carramllel . 40p ....... 10.15am 10.pm
Ar Apalachicola 7.00pm........ ................
North Bound.
Sunday Sat'day
only. only.
No. 2 No. 38 No. 86 No. 4
Lv Apalaehicola 7tJuam ..... 7.apm ..-
Lv Carrabell. 11.80am 2.00pm 4.00pm 4.30pm
Lv Lanark 11.46am 2.20pm *"6.4pm 4.46am
Lv Sopchoppy 12.16pm 3.14pm 7.21lpm 6.1ilam
Ar Tnllahassee 1.30pm 6.00pm 8.35pm 6.20am
Lv Jacksonville
(8.A.L*Ry. 9.06am 4.00pm. ..........
Ar Tallahhaoe. 3.10pm 10.00pm
Lv Tallahasse 3.2spm 6.36am 8.46pm 6.8amn
Lv Bainbridge 5.25pm 8.27am 10.26pm 8.27am
r Arlington 7.26pm 10.16am 10.lamn
SLv Cuthbert 8.43pm 11.56am ....... 11.3am
Lv Maron 4.15am 4.35pm....... 4.85am
A r Atlanta _7.3am 7.56pm 7.amm
Notice-Trains Noe. 6 and 6 will depart from and
arrive at foot of Shotwell street. Bainbridge.
Tickets for train 6, leaving Bainbridge Sundays
at 6.20 am. will be on sale at the office of the Cal-
lahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 86 minutes at Lanark for
breakfast.
W. M. Legg. E. 0. Alston,
General Manager, General Passenger Agent,
Balnbridge.Ga.
R. C. Snipes.
Traveling Passenger Agent,
Tallahassee. Fla.



[. EDWARDS,


Feed and


Livery Stables.

Teams furnished at any
time, night or day at reason-


able prices.


Best and new-


est rigs in the city.
Also stall at City Market
where all the choicest meats
are kept and sold. Neat,
clean delivery wagon.
Phone 127.

No. 26 West Lafayette St.,
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. .



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SECURITY MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,

Binshampton, New York.

CHAS. M. TURNER, PRESIDENT.

FOUR GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD CARRY YOUR INSURANCE IN THIS COMPANY.


FIRST. ItP cause of the past record, and present standing of this com-
pany. For eighteen years its growth has been steady. Each year since the
first 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 thq 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
force. 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, $13,296.975 Insurance in force.
THIRD. Its Policies are among the best in the world, and have two
special features that are the very best that can be found. The Security
Mutual, alone among all the companies, limits its expense of management by
special contracts with its Policy Holders. In its policies it expressly stipulates
the maximum part of the premium that it can use for expenses.
THE SECURITY ALONE REGISTERS ITS POLICIES and deposits
the reserve under the laws of New York State. This registration law is so
strict that Reserve on Registered Policies pass out of the control of the corn-


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.
Chb G. Myws, 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 beat Policy, for man of my age.

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