The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00030
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to AII--Soecial Privlleres to None.

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SOME STARTLING A samb s.e...
*ugg? u MA u Last Sunday, while one of the hack
U A drivers was een up from the depot
with mome pMassenger In his hack, em
A lsted Isecsatt esB laer O a of the two how stumbl edad fell
*$125 W Certet Chea The passengers became di wuted and
MW -Corts ChdL, ~took another hack that was p .
-- Then the eruel and heartless driverpro-
In our issue of August 11 we pub- needed to ut the whip to the animal
After the poor horse with an effort
money takenby a Senate committee In ,ot upon his feet, he again roceeded
a so-ca investigation" concerningtolay the whip to him until he was
th. status of the concern that was then, ordered to top by pty who was
is now, and for nearly four years hasthm reateni hm with arrest
dingthenStatepriinaLeng With
been dolngthe' State rintng-- e r lty to animals f he persisted
people of Florida; an d asked our breth- further.
ren of the State press to preserve it There are numbers of instances in
for future reference, which we hope this city and county where poorly-fed
they have done. and half-starved animals are worked
One of our reasons for wishing to re- long hours and otherwise maltreated.
cur later to this evidence was to com- If our officers will not pay more atten-
pare it with subsequent disclosures con- tion to these matters, a strong organi-
cernin the "ownership" of the "Capi- tion should be foredfor the purpose
tal Printing Company." as the name of stopping this abuse of dumb animals
was printed in the official journal of which has become so prevalent
the Senate, or "Capital Publishing w. .. p ....
Co.," as it appears in the imprint on Hon. E. C. Smith, of Chaires, made
the official printing. us a pleasant call this morning.
In the course of that "investigation" Mrs. R. A. Shine, Jr is visiting her
I. B. Hilon testified that he was e home ple in Boston Ga
owner of $40,000 of the stock of said me peorp .. .n, Gaw.
company, less one share, transferred to Mr. A. B. Blackburn, of Lloyd, was
his wife, and that Robert G ble owned among his man' Tallahassee friends yes
the remaining $8,000. Within two terday. ...
months from the time when this testi- Comfortable days and cool night. be-
mony was given a deputy sheriff of token the approach of real autumn
Leon county levied upon certain prees weather.
and engines as the property of Hilson, Col. S. I. Wailes has gone to Gaines-
tosatis y executions outtandingagainst ville on important business, but will
him for some shall sums adjudged by soon return here.
the court to be due by him, and the Mrs. Kate Robertson, of lamonia,
same were sold at public outcry and and Miss Mary, have visited friends in
purchased, as heretofore related, by the the city this week.
proprietor of The True Democrat, but Mrs. Geo. W. Child has returned home
ave never been delivered to him. after a pleasant visit to her relatives
At the very time when these execu- and friends at Chicago.
tions were pending against him and he rn D a hicago
was apparently unable by paying them Mr. Jno. A. Darwin, a prominent cit
to rescuehis property from forced sale, izen and well-known insurance man of
the opening of the bids for the State Georgia, is in the city on business with
printing took place (August 1), and the the State official.
"owner" of this $40,000 printing plant, Many residents of Tallahassee who
who could not pay some small judg- have friends in Pensacola are rejoicing
ment debts, was able to put up a "cer- over the improved conditions reported
tified check" for $12,500, as required by to exist there.
the Board of State Institutions. Judge J. T. Bernard, who has been
And yet, when the sale of his prop- visiting his daughters in Jacksonville,
erty took place, a week later (August returned home during the week much
7), it was claimed'by Mr. W. A. Rawls, improved in health and spirits by his
representing the Capital City Bank who trip.
was present and bid in a part of the Mr. J. E. McNair who is one of Drug-
property, that Hilson had no real inter- M Balkcom's most res nwible and
est in the property levied upon, or in f:st Balkcom's most responsible and
he .P..r ntig. [evishi. n indispensable assistants, has returned
the "Capital Printing t [Publishing from his brief vacation and is in harness
Company, for the reason that it was --n..
mortgaged to the bank. This claim, so illiams Bros., who bought the R. L.
far as the property levied on was con- Collins drug store, stock and fixtures,
cemed, was shown to be without foun- havebeen in the city this week packing
nation, and the sale was consummated. d sh. Ca G wh
To recapitulate: and shipping same to Ca iro, Gt-clas drug
Before a Senate committee, in May, they will oenup a fi-class drug
I. B. Hilson testified that he owned store.
nearly $40,J00 of the $48,000 stock of Miss Pauline Costa returned home
the printing company (whatever its Sunday evening after a pleasant visit
name be). to friends in Atlanta and Jacksonville,
In June or July, being unable to pay and has again taken up her duties as
some small judgments, executions were stenographer in Judge Geo. P. Raney's
levied upon his property, and the same office.
was advertised for sale August 7. Mr. Jno. F. Demilly, who spent sev-
August I he presented a "certified eral weeks pleasantly North and East,
check" for $12,500 to the board with is again at his post of duty, much ben-
the bid of the "Capital Printing [Pub- efitted and greatly pleased with his
lishing] Company" for the State print- much-needed outing. Itis his first time
iny. off from the store in years, and few can
August 7, while the "certified check" show a better record than he for strict
was on deposit with the board, his prop- attention to business.
erty was sold at sheriff sale. Miss Genevieve Perry Parkhill the
At the sale it was claimed that the daughter of Hon. Chas. B. Parkhill,
property was not his, and that he had who has been enjoying a most delight-
no interest whatever in it or in the ful tour of Europe with a party of
property of the "Capital Printing former students of Converse College,
Publishing Company,' the same be- Spartanburg, S C. (where she gradu-
ing fully mortgaged ated with high honors at the last term),
This is "high finance," indeed, but arrived home on Tuesday of this week
the query propounded to the Senate to become, after her long absence, a
committee, and which that committee permanent member of Judge Parkhill's
took good care not to answer, remains charming family. Her long-expected
unanswered. That question is: advent in the social arena of the Capi-
Who owns the Capital Printing tal City will doubtless be welcomed
[Publishing] Company?" with many pleasing attentions.
Another is: ^^^ ^-
Who "certified" the $12,500 check of BDeatifll Ween..
one who owned nothing and could not Plump cheeks, flushed with the soft
save his property from sheriff sale under glow of health and a pure complexion,
executions for small sums? make all women beautiful. Take a
Anos tr is: small dose of Herbine after each meal;
If the Capital City Bank owns the t will prevent constipation and help di-
Capital Printing [Publishing] Corn- eat w at you have eaten. Mrs. Wm.
pany, did the bank make the bid for M. Stroud, Midlothian, Tex., writes,
the state printing? May 81, 1901:
Another is: ."We have used Herbine in our family
If it did, did it "certify its own for eight years, and found it the best
check? .... ..- medicine we ever used for constipation,
There was a sale of condemned uni- bilious fever and malaria." For sale
* forms last week at military headquar- by all druggsts.
terms, and Adjutant-General Foster Broward visited Jackson
bought in for the State quite a lot of Governor Brow ard visited Jack on.
them at 25 cents per. Not knowing any turnville the early part of the week, re-
better method of making use of them, turning almost .immediately.
the thoughtful official proceeded to in. Mrs. Robert J. Philipe and children
vest three of the Capitol's colored jani- have returned home after a very pleas-
tons in a full suit of regimentals. and ant summer visit to relatives and friends
now they are crowing over the others in Tenneee.
who have none. Mr. Thomas M. Shackleford, Jr., left
... .. .-- this week for Charlottesville, Va., to
FURNISHED ROOMS, enter the law department of the Uni-
With bath. For 1 or 2 single gentle- varsity of Virginia.
men. Central, care True Democrat. tf "-S-p.-"--. --"

For Sale. S. A. Read, CletoI Tex., writes
The well established furniture busi- March 11 1901: My wrst was sprained
new of the late H. D. Hartt. Apply to so badly by a fall that it was useless;
Mrs. G. B. Hartt, Executrix. 27-4t and after using several remedies that
M-.. --- ~ .. failed to give relief, used Ballard's
For eat or Sale. Soow Liniment and was cured. 1 ear-
Sreidene on corner of Madison neatly recommend it to any one suffer-
d rono Streeta. Call o oor ad- ig from sprains. For ale by all drug-
Area Mt. J.. E. WunLA. 7-4tk glst.

Of the Sm" m Mfg'T"e"Wueof toe
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1 E.. Johnston. foemnas
2 J. 0. Ramla. chid ..e
03. L. LwIs. se't'y-tresaas
4 ). M. Lowry .. ..
6 VL. MeLU n. asL.formn'n
4 John Moor* ... ....
7 M. Liv. l.aw, chief.
8 C.Moor ..
9 w. C. orsyth .......
10 W. A. Bass. ....
11 A. 8. Perrell
12 R. C. Johnson
13 Willie Mclntoh
14 F. A. Hard ....
16 P. T. Nicholson
16 A. C. Spilled
17 Clyde Mulerw
18 W. 8. MeLin.
19 John DBll


Average attendance at all rll calls., 72 per cent.
or about 14 men. There were 64 roll calls aine*
lat report:
From alarms of fire..... .........
For special meetings ... . ..... T
For regular meen ..... .....
For practice ... .. s
Total ............
At no regular meeting was there less than a
quorum p nt.
In comaUng thwe records, no member's record
wrn" eouaiMd who was not an active member.
iBy "Percntage of attendance." Ruch a 68-64.
is meant that out of a possible attendance of M54
the member wa present at A3 roll-alls; 14-21
means that there wer only 21 roll calls after the
member joined the company, and that he was
present at 14 of them.
At no time after an a'arm of fire have the hose
wagons reached the fite plug nearest the fire be-
fore some member of the company was there
ready to make the connections.
Receipts since last report-

vans &a10e hm**
Assisted by Miss Herietta Ames, will
open thligr at. school Monday, Oc-
Master Ream Philbriek left on the
Satu afternoon train for a visit to
his id.tfader and cousin at Jack-

Missa Bue Black and heralster Nona,
who helped nurse her t ahr a pro-
L'acted case of fever left turday
afternoon for a visit to aetir father a
home in Gadsden comuty,
Mr. Clyde Mier IavlUweigmed Ih
situation in the ehaphy o7& 7 ahat.
see Gas Co. to aeoek a position at Val.
dosta, Ga., Mr. Earl Proctor, of Fer-
nandina, has been appblted his succes-

Notice kmi hereby ve that the wadern
vi ply to H0. N. b B. BrowI, o ar
at o Tallahasree. on OetaeberfA
L tturs Patent aials1,M -&
t"avis Company" u a
ordinal is Aetin t he at oat
State of Florida.

A*. t Wq R.
The U IndeM.bd eh;** an eet> themelv m
_tther for the puaose.1f heeming imeerp'w-
rhnder the laws of Plorda under teMn feawig
ABTI I8 1.
The name of the corporation sh albe "O'tse
and Davis ConpaoW." with ta prlsllm oe at
Tallahassee. Florida: Its bminer ashallb mdMIW -
tad In the State of Florida sad say te
United States or feig sa cuatry wfhearsev m.
sary or convenient.
AUm. .
The general nature of Its tiasnesshaU ha To
buy. sell, manufacture, furniture. mlanlm. house
and store tfurnishis, and mrnvwhadief every
kind. To build andm construct houses and build-
ings of every kind and do general building. con.
t k- ctor d l*BM & b *i l^^ bP k b ^1

From Miss Mai ry S. L wis 825 ,00 t---c tr-sm unemfl s. TUo U smelL
City of Tallahame 4000 own mortgage. lease and convey lands. To acts
CGergeLwis iniZ0M0agent, brokerorcommiason merchant In deltmg
J. G.Moore M in any of the commoditiestaformaid. To nal. iort.
Howard Bros 20 'cage, sublet. pledge hire. ies or convey any of
J F ilo IIits pros rty at will a relnvest or dispose of the
TH B Byrd oc tereof In aum manner as provided by
finespaid lince organization, y59.60) 11.76 yan Toreondertstany la.In ,Statem.
parties living out of town or ofirn fany place In thi State or
protection 1011) other Btata or Foreign country whenever to the
protectionn .. '' interest of this company. To borrow money and
Total n secure the am, or monsys otherwise owing, by
Balance lant report 7 mortgage, deeds, note or other of its oblcationsa.
Balance last report To subecriba for. purchase, own hold for invest-
41. 13 ment or othe wln ,sell. dispose of and make ad-
Fire taxes paid- 'va.ae upon alck. shaue. bonds, obligations or
Mrs. (" Pearc. securities of other corporations wherever located
Charles .Ho kin or oranlised, eaaled In any of the businesses or
Mrs. C. .. al.Ir 75 oration herein mltaoned. and while the owner
. T. Mickler a o ny such stoa or obligation., to exercise all
J w n rights rh nd poww rstherof a allowed by low. To
lJ. W. C1town ke and ndin- ( receive payment for capital stock subscribed for
ag ertwn Spoke an l ending ( .00 in money or there proper. ty, ta Just valuatIon, to
C. W. Perk ins 2.00 be fixed by the Board of Directors. And generally
Middle Florida Ie Co 12.i50 o v x t a joy all
I C Ya-e-r o A rights. powers n privileges Incident to the busi-
G. E.: crtif M ness of the corporation as allowed by the laws of
L. C. Yaeer 2.00 Florida. and necessary to advance it interests.
George Lewis 2.00 ART. L.
SWetcott Quarters. 1. 2 The amount of the capital stock of the corpora.
8. P. Ro.Me nA.ar tion shall be $60.000.00. to be divided Into five hun-
Howard Gamble .2 dried share of one hundred dollur eash. Ten pr
Alex. McDougaS l l 1.h cent of the said capital stock shall be aubacrid
H oward Brou all 2.50 and pad for before maid corporation ahll traact
Fwaori Blro f'o 1r.26 any business. Allor any partof eald capital stock
lrim County cour house r may be lparable n, or issued or used for, the pur-
n w y freot 1 ) I chainw o any property at Just valuation to be
r. W. .9yfrct fixed by the Iiard of I)rectors at a meeting to be
Mrsa. Heed 1.25 ,<ed for that purpose.
S. A. IL. Railway .00A
-. ART. 4.
Total ito.7r, The term for which maid corporation shall exist
Dinsburements upon warrants drawn by the shall lie ninety-nine years.
secretary on the treasurer, approved and ornlered ART. f.
paid by the rompary and countoruilned by the 'I The busine of thecoriiratIon shall be conduct-
chairman, a required by Sec. 3. Art. 3, of the ;i by the foilowing tfcer-: Presidnal Vlce.ureal-
by-laws of the cmtrpany: dent, ibecretary. Treasurer and board of three di.
Ama Clark .o00 J. (G. Iamllin 17.00 rectors. The ofceaofSeeretaryandTreasurr may
C. A. Spencer 2.Mi J. G. Hamlin 2.lNl b whild by theiame person. Thenumberof Direct-
Capital City uh. T.T. Mrot, Jr i t0 ors may nd bhae by aw utat notime tob
(to 0o J. G. Hamlin 9.11 lea than three normore than nine. TheBoardof
C. E. Iewis 4 1, (Gilmore A l)avi. Directorsmayappoint otherofficeror agents. with
Levy Bros 2.50 Co 7.3A s urh powers, duies and terms as provided by by.
A. S. Ferrell. 2.50 P. T. Nicholson ,.30 law. The directors hall be elected by tockhold.
H. D. Hartt. 1.265 Telephone Cu 46.20e 1 r t ea h annual meeting. All other ofocer.
w. R. Wilson 6.60 J. 0. Hamlin 4.60 shall be elected annually by the director or vacan-
Gilmore & avis L. C. Yarger 1.00 e supplied by them at any time. Annual meet-
Co . 49.50 Lwvy Bran 2.50 ina of the stockholders shall be held on the first
Levy Bros 2.60 Stamps 1 00 Monday of November of each r. but such data
J. G. Hamlin .50 --- may be changed by by-laws. Th directors shall
Stamps 1.00 Total W.09 hold annual meetings on the same day Immedl.
J. Cy 0.00 Cash balance 120.M4 atly thereafter. Th subscribingmr Incorporator
V F. Co 600 --- shall meet on first Monday of November, 1306. at
Randolph & Son .90 4.13 the oflReeof the company In Tallahassee. 11 o'clock
G. E. Lews 1 .M0 a. m.. for purpose uf adopting by-laws and holding
Total recslptsa ine orianisation Sept. 14, first annual meetIng, of elcrting oficwr and com.
190 . 111. .. pletlrn Its organization. Until the officers elected
Total expenditures W. 6.6 at the first annual meeting shall he qualified, the
business of the corporation shall be conducted by
(ash balance 1. 0.04 the following o mcers: C. Gilmore. President
(G. I. I avis, Vike-Preitdent. and A. C. Spiller.
G. E. LKwis. Hecreta7r and Treasurer. F. C. (llma (;,. Dm.
Approved- Secretary and Treasurer. via. A. C. Spiller, Board of Directors.
J. G. HAMIIN, Chief. Am

Mrs. Eliss Will is in Fernandina
visiting her son George.
Master Freddy Biddulph has gone to
Sutherland to enter the Methodist school
Mr. M. C McIntosh, the courteous
secretary of Superintendent Holloway,
is visiting his home people at Rex, Fla.,
for a two weeks' vacation.
Sheriff Charles Hopkins has returned
from a long sojourn at Hot Springs,
Ark. in search of health. His friends
will be pleased to learn that his condi-
tion is very greatly improved.
Mr. Robert Bradford come up from
St. Teresa Tuesday. His family and
Mr. Howard Gamble's family will re-
main down there until the frat of Oc-
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Strickland gave
T. P. Jr., a birth day party Monday
evening, at which his young frind
enjoyed themselves very much and all
wisthed him a long andprosperous jour*-
ney through life.
Mr. B. A. Megin ies left Monday to
resume his studies at Washington and
Lee Univerity. Mr. T. M. Shackle
ford Jr., alo left Mendey to attend
the Law Shebool of the Uaiveraity of
Vrinia Nearly every student who
bha departed ordered Te True Dem
crat to follow.

The highest amount of indebtinness ha lility
to which this corporation shall at any time subject
ItsIelf shall be Ift.0Jw.
ART. 7.
The name and residences of subscribing incor.
poratoa., with the amount oif capital
stock subscribed by each are a follows: P. C.
GOlmore. reading In Tallara1e. 5 shares: U. I.
Davis. aesldln Tallkahamse. 1S0 hares; A. C.
pil er, re sding In Tallahasee. 100 shares; andl
t10 hares to be held as Treasury Stock, to be sold
aa direeted by the by-laws.
F. C (;IliORE.
(F.O(iRh; I. DAVIS.
A. C. PI.LF.R.
State of Flridoa.
County of Leon.
Before me. the undersignedl authority, perwmn.
ally appeared F. C. Glun,.re. .. avis and A. C.
Spiller, to me known to be the persons described
in and who signed the foreaoing Instrument and
severally acknowledged that they slned and exe-
cuted It for the purpose mentiked.
In witesa whereof I have hereunto srt my hand
and aoflcitl ma this 16th day of September. 106.
Netary Public. State of Florida at Large.
My aomnia.nion expires Doe. 7T. Is.
W. T. BANNERMAN will do your Sur-
veying anywhere in the State. P. 0.
Add Meridian, Fla. sept.154mn

A Worthy either male or female
a Jos toartileos of value an
S with hoee and vehible to de-
wer n Addroe P. 0. Box 888.,


Items of late me the V iew
State epatmeat

The Peneacola fever situationgot into
official relations with the Stategovern-
meot bst Saturday when Governor
Browmrd eeved notlee froe Slate

had ben plying between those parts
and Penasola. Dr. Porter having ex-
planed that the vemel had not been at
Penaeos city, but on-y to t uaran
tibe station on Santa R Gov-
ernor Broward wired the iff of
Franklin county urging reasonable ac-
tion on the part of the municipal au-
thorities, and referred to the statute
granting full authority in all such mat-
tes to the State Health officials.
Appointments: Pilot Commisaioners,
Cedar Keys. F. E, Hale J. B. Lutter-
loh, J. Cpttrell, J. M. Pickett, A. W.
Johnson. Pilot Commsltioners Port
Ingl s R. A. Alford- J. P. Wallace,
John L. Inglis, Joln H. Brown, W. R.

borough, Live Oak; I. J. Hutchin on
Vernon; M. F. Burghard. Qulacy; WW.
C. Lee, Jennings; Bides, Jack.
sonville; Jos. W, Layne, Watertown.
Letters Patent: YelJw Pine Land
Co. Pensacola, $250,000/W. C. Vereen.
J. H. Smithson, WH. Barber, J. R.
Saunders, H, L. Covington. J, G. Pace,
C. M, Covington.
Metropolitan Improvement Co., Jack-
sonville, $10,000. W. K. Haile, W. 1.
Lyman, Geo. A. CarrolL
Fort Pierce Impravement Co. Port
Pierce. $4 000. Lizsle B. McCarthy.
Grace P. Herton, Daisy P. Horton, B.
H. Middlebrooks, Cora H. Dittmar.
Katherine E. Paxton, Disa Saunders,
Minnie Milton, Lorena Faber.
Messrs. M. T. King, Chairman of
Walton County School Board and Wm.
Rogers, Chairman Board of Trutees of
Special School District of DeFuulak
Springs, appeared before the State
Board of education on Thursday and
asked for the conveyance to the county
board of the Normal School property
sor high school purposes. The State
Board denied the request, but consented
to the temporary use of the property
for such purpose.
M r, E.W. Coddington, of Bartow, also
appeared with a request somewhat sim-
ilar with respect to a portion of the
property of the late South Florida Mil-
itary Institute, .which the State Board
also denied, but directed the State Su-
perintendent to advertise allot the maid
property for sale.
The Board of Control held a meeting
at Jacksonville during the week, and
assigned the following additional in-
structors for the University of Florida:
A. H. Chapman, of Mississippi. As*
sistant to the Head of the Department
of Agriculture.
H.V. Fawcett, of Ohio, Assistant to
the Head of the Department of Agri-
Leonard Haseman, of Indiana, Assis-
tant to the Head of the Department of
Latest Fever News.
The fever in New Orleans continues
to claim new victims, but the death
rate has greatly decreased and the
character of the disease continues mild
and is successfully treated.
In Pensacola the conditions have im-
proved vastly during the past few days,
no new cases and only one death having
A fine body of land tainin about
700 acres, within 2 js of Tallahs-
see, with 7-room M houe, stock
and Tobacco barns, i -rla t-elas condi-
tion. It has a fine running spring with
water tank and would make an Ideal
stock farm. Must be aed at once.
Apply to A. H. GINSBERG.
29;4W Tal ahs, Fla.
lredthige N-IW|.
It would have been incredible brutal-
ity if Chas. F. Lembesi. of SyraeUae,
NY. Y had not done the best he cod
for his sufferingf am. "My boy, "he
says, "cut a fearful gash over hIs eye,
so I applied Bueklen's Anica Sale
which quickly healed it and aved his
eye. Good for bum and uklers too.
Only 25c at all drug stores.

., -. -
Sease to me.
Two blocks from Caitl.

Turnips and Rut a S6eed. 4
quality, at Yas er'.

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C1InUt trtes.. Ta.phowe No. to.
Ub. W4ptUm. 81.0. Pae Yr, In Advener.
Advtiming Rats on Apnplkti'm.

TIlshaie, Friday, Sept. IS, 19 .

The little people will be sorry to leam
that the Postomfce Department has is-
sued an order forbidding the use of the
"funny paper" supplement by the Sun-
day newspapers.
It makes no difference who is "doing
the editorial writing" on The True Dem-
ocrat, the fact remalis that it is exceed.
ingly well done, and that John G. Col-
lins is responsible for it.
Hon. R Hudson Burr, of theRailroad
Commission, returned from his long
western trip last Saturday, with greatly
improved health and many pleasant
reminisces of an interesting Journey.
The way for thoee Democrats who wo
ardently admire President Roosevelt and
his cheraeteristic strenuosity to insure
his re-election in 19M0, is to keepup fac-
tional divisions in the Democratic party.
The 89th reunion of the G. A. R. at
Denver, last week, was one of the largest
assemblages of the kind ever known.
One of the moot striking features was
the display of a monster flagir, weighing
ever 800 pounds and measuring 66 by
116 feet in sioe.
In view of the reports to the effect
that the people of both Rusela and Ja-
pan are expressing dissatisfaction at the
terms of the "Treaty of Portsmouth,"
the presumption arises that the treaty
must.be Just about the right thing, not
only for both countries, but for the rest
of the world.
A recent sale of large tracts of choice
timber land in Jefferson and Leon coun-
ties to Messrs. Vereen and Smith, of
Moultrie, Ga., increases the holdings of
the purchasers in Florida to the approx-
imate value of half a million dollars,
and gives promise of additional activity
In the turpentine and lumber industries
The Tampa Times sagely remarks that
when a fellow thinks of Aleck Stephens,
Herschel V. Johnson, Bob Toombe, J.
H. Gordon, Ben Hill and one or two
other giants who represented (Georgia
in the U. H. Senate and then invokes
by contrast the Image of John Temple
(;raves, he is mighty apt to become a
Judge Swayne having granted an in-
junction restraining the Florida Railroad
Commission from enforcing the rates on
lumber recently ordered, this vexed
question will now be authoritatively de-
rided by the federal circuit court; which
should be conclusive, as the questions
at issue affect both railroads and lum-
bermen operating in several contiguous
i %oBoard of State Institutions has
W' t' ted a regulation to the effect that
after all patients must be snt to
the State hospital at the expense of the
counties from whence they are sent, and
that the practice of sending attendants
of the hospital for such patients will be
discontinued. This action of the Board
is to be much commended, an an effort
to reduce the enormous expense of con-
ducting the institution.
Whether gorged with graft or only
saturated with the arrogance of office,
is unknown, but the public printer. F.
W. Palmer, became so obslmtreperous in
the conduct of his office that the I'resi-
dent has removed him and put another
in his place, temporarily. Pl'robably the
real fact in the case will never be mad.e
public, but, if the public service is im-
proved by the prompt action of the
President, there need be no objection to
his course.
"Guilty men never seek an investiga-
tion. They dodge and try to conveythe
impression that they are innocent by
avoiding Investigation," says the Jack-
sonville Metropolis. Quite true. And
sometimes they "fix" the investigator

and secure for the accused or suspected
parties a cost of whitewashh" which.
while it successfully uhshes things up
for the time being, and deceives nobody
but those who are anxious to be hood-
winked, is sure to wear off in due-time,
expoe a the reekless rottenness to the
publile ase and Insering the final detec-
tio andpunishment of the guilty. "The
way of theraagror ishard," at the
hlt, however easy it may be to stave
,ff the day of reckoning for awhile.

r am "a C9W9mSI. ,m I? AUN. ma
While we were pursuing our investi- Isn't it a ftst hat a site for the Twenty years ater the elm oef ti
nations eoernfing the comparative cot Gov" 's -M at Tallahmee civil war, and too yeam after the peo
WORNd lve bow iselected some time
of carrying on the State government ago but for te gre of theeae ple of Florlds had "eome to their own
during the Jenlngs administration and tte ownm of the Capital City, who and banished from the State its Repub
t those immediately preceding it, it oc. have advaeed the prices of their hold- liean earpet-bag misrulen, the Legisia
cured to us to look up the ratio of a to as emXrbtant figuf with th re bethought itself to make some pro
"growth" in the Jennings regime Itself. It be fat that some of vision out of the public purse for the
d The investigation was interesting, and the relddtaet Tallahassee are entirely maimed or otherwise disabled Confede-
some of Its results may interest the different to the matter, while others rate veterans, and enacted the first pen-
readers of The True Democrat and the do all they can in a quiet man- sion law In 188. During that year only
tax pays of the state gerally. bui rto rvent the erection of s ha61 pension claims were established, and
Our comparison was made of the years would Indicat the correctness of one these were settled by the disbursement
1902 and 1904, the second and fourth or theotheroftheseassertions.-Miami of $1,717,50. During the twosucceeding
years of the Jennings period, and was Metropolis. years pension payments did not exceed
based, like thoee previously made, upon The True Democrat, desiring to place $10,u00 a year. but in 1888 the amount
the warrants actually Issued, as report- the people of Tallahassee right, before suddenly increased to $32,647.76, and
ed by the State Comptroller. It showed th peopleof the State, solemnly affirms, thenceforward, for fourteen years, the
that the aggregate increase in the ex- from observation and interviews, that annual payments were nearly uniform
penditures in the two years was $276,- there was a real, genuine and serious in amount, averaging a little more than
581.00, or 29 per cent., and among the effort made to raise funds for the pur- $44,500 per year, and ranging from $29,-
l items of increase were these : chase of a suitable site, in accordance 982.83 in 1890 to $60,831. 62 in 1898; the
Expenses of Executive or Administra- with the terms of the law ; to which number of pensioners gradually increas-
tive Department, increase, $14,176.29, effort, as long as it seemed possible for ing until, at the end of the above period
or 83 per cent; Judicial Department, it to succeed, The True Democrat lent of 14 years, in 1901, the number was 780.
$8,944,01, 7 percent; Educational Insti.- ts hearty support. Just at this time an extraordinary and
tutions, $42,78227, 18 per cent; Florida During the time while such effort was entirely astonishing change occurred.
State Troops, $24,600.26, 640 per cent.; being made, and as one of the results In 1902 the number of pensions sud-
Maintenance of Lunatics, $6,816 72, 7 of the canvass for subscriptions, the denly increased to 1668, an increase of
percent.; State Chemist and Laborato. fact became apparent that there existed nearly 113 per cent over 1901, and the
ry, $1,488.24, 81 per cent.; State Aud- a wide-spread feeling of resentment payments increased to $128,517.16, an
itor, $1,948.18, 104 per cent., and "Mis- against the Legislature for injecting increase of nearly 139 per cent, over
cellaneous," $182,440.82, or 45 percent into the law a mean, little-- and appar- 1901, and more than 177 per cent. over
One item, Expenses Collection of Reve. enty malicious-proviso to the effect the average annual payments for the
nue, showed a decrease of $2,270.27, or that no portion of the $25,000 appropri- preceding fourteen years.
a fraction over 4 per cent. action should be expended for any pur- Since 1901 the number of pensioners
The reckless, "happy-go-lucky" style pose until a site acceptable to the com- has continued to increase rapidly. In
of administration practiced by the Jen- mission should have been "donated." 1903 there were 2,637 and in 1904, 2,702,
nings aggregation for four years is strik- It was apparent that the sum appro- while the number for the current year
ingly illustrated by his spectacular and priated was abundantly ample to cover is estimated at over 3,000. The pay-
Sdisastrous reduction of the tax levi for the cost of both site and building, as ments for 1903 were $178,939.14, and for
1904 to one-half mill directly in the face well as its furnishing, and it was al- 1904, $316,720.19; the total for the three
of the enormous Increase in the cost of smot inconceivable that the Legislature years being $619,176.49, or an average
government, as shown in the several should have really intended to expend of $206,392.16 per year.
comparisons which we have made. uch a sum in the erection nd furnish- The aggregate of payments for the
Of course, we do not hold exempt ing of a building alone. But the terms twenty years during which pensions
from blame for these conditions the 'of the proviso were explicit, and the have been paid was $1,261,182.86, an
veral gilature which aemble committee earnestly and honestly tried average of $,009.14 per annum.
several Legislatures which assembled to raise a sufficient fund, but was unable average of $6.3,009.14 per annum.
during the Jennings regime their ex- to rai a sucent und but wa unable Of course, the enormous increase in
travagant appropriations of the people's to do because those who might have the pension list and fund is the result of
money cannot be excused upon any rea. been otherwise expected to contribute letting down the bars" by successive
money cannot be excused upon any rea- were incensed at the legislative hol gislatures.
sonable or rational ground; but we un- ed at the le tive hold- Legislature. As long ago as 1895,
hesitatingly affirm that those bodies up Governor Mitchell, referring to the
were swayed and dominated by the Jen- This is the true story of the failure effect of the act of 1893, expressed the
ningsinfluence; indeed, the Legislature on the part of the people of Tallahas- belief that many fraudulent claims ex-
of 1906 was not "immune" to thepotent see to "donate," on compulsion, a qite isted, explained that the Governor and
and deadly devices of the leading spirit for a Governor's mansion, and The True other administrative officers were una-
of this disastrous and shameful period Democrat, after the effort to raise the ble, for lack of time to devote to it, to
in the political history of Florida. fund had been abandoned, gave this ex- adequately perform the duty of exam-
Nor do we forget that some of those planation of the result --an explanation ining claims, and recommended the ap-
individuals who, as officials composed which the Miami Metropolis mut have pointment of pension commissioner to
portions of the Jennings adminis- overlooked or forgotten. perform that service. In 1899 Governor
traction which we so emphatically de- The question, Who caused that mis- Bloxham referred to the act of 1897,
nounce, are still in office and form a chievous proviso to be injected into the enlarging the benefits of the pension
part of the present administration, and law, and iwhy is another story, to the laws, '"not only to those who enlisted
against some of whomnocitizen or pub- explanation o which, in due time. th and are permanently injured from
lie journal has ever breathed a whisper newspaper will address itself, wounds ordisease contracted during the
of accusation of any kind, or would ever To "School Boy:" Hifaluten is a service, but since ;" and remarked that
dream of doing me. word, my clear boy. supposed to have the pension conditions instituted "one
V -L-S D, NAGEiKaSCHE S < M3e been invented by a New England poet of the most serious problems that con-
S thell Metropoto represent language that isstilted, ex- front the Legislature."
The Metropolis a few days ago, in an :ravagant, pretentious and grandilo- The political considerations which
quent. Here is a sample. from a letter have encouraged and maintained the
editorial item, stated that another en- written anonymously by a Ybor City monstrous expendituresof public money
terpris had been inaugurated in Flor- cigar maker to a councilmen, and pub- in the payment of Federal pensions do
ida, by Inviting bids to drain Clear wished in the Tampa Times : not, or should not, apply in the matter
Lakes, in Dade county, and reclaim Remember, senor, that you represent of State pensions; and it would seem
30,000 acres of submerged land. The the lineal descendents of the Pheni- that an necessary corrections in the
Ocala Banner copied the item, and thus cians, Trojans, Greeks and Romans, y
comments thereon: the navigators, sculpters, the painters, laws or their administration might be
poets, orators, architects and the civil- easily accomplished by well regulated
But this is not the kind of enterprise zers of the human race. As the Amer- and sensible legislation.
Florida is mostly in need of just now. ean nation in composd of the "creme -
She has lands in plenty. Indeed, her de Ia creme" of the genus homo, then The Jasper Banner of Liberty protests
people are almost land poor, and would we are truly Americans on this side of against the hurried action of the Hamil-
entirely be so had it not been for the the river, having citizens from the ton county commissioners in condemning
development of the turpentine industry banks of theAmoor, Nile, Tiber, Rhine on couny commoner in condemning
and the fortunate discovery of phoa Jordan Guadalquiver and Shannon ; Ex-Clerk I. J. McCall upon the unveri-
phate. Farming and vegetable lands from the Alps. Pyrenees Himalayas fled report of a private accountant em-
hstill go ing alot an old prie and the Mountains of the Moon. Tey played by them, showing a shortage.
vate her lands and build up her cities, here May the spirit o Demosthens There is an oscial State Auditor, whose
and manufacturing industries to give I influence your tongue and the shade of business it is to check up the accounts
employment to skilled labor. Orpheus regulate your voice, and the of public officers, aud he should have
Draining ponds, lakes, rivers, saw- patriotism of Gracchus fire your heart been employed in this case, which bears
grass ra piries andet everglades hecan wait when you next demand justice for your the earmarks of factional politics, the
are actually needed, and it would be ....--. -.- bane of the Florida Democracy.
much Iwtter for the development of the There are some people of prominence '-'-- -- ,
State if men with capital and the spirit who owe the newspapers a big debt of J O. Fleece, a prominent citizen of
of enterprise could be persuaded to turn gratitude for refraining from making Wildwood. has taken charge of the af-
their attention In other directions. public some of the thing they know fairs of the News., Wildwood's new pa-
wh eT hen S hanebr toundan- things the paper doesn't tell about a per, and Bartley Corley has been em-
churches ad transportation, can now man is worth moreto him than are the played to look after the mechanical de-
be had almost for the asking many nice things it says of him. If we apartment. The latter is a son of Hon.
The peopling of the rich, productive were to tell some things we know about Hugh A. Corley, and, until a short time
lands of t terror is of much more unt the eyes of th public would be ago, was employed in the officee of The
in; twatnce, and r ne than opened wide. But what is the use? True Democrat. He is a worthy man
million o mney rhap, valuable timerl and Such a course would only make enemies and an excellent printer, and the News
periment of draining the everglades. for the paper and perhaps cause the ed and the Wildwood people are to be con-
ere rin the vesitor to have to thrash some poor fellow granulated.
There is truth In the above patent to -Plant City Courier. gratulated.

all. and many will agree with the Ban- Same here-same everywhere The The attorneys of the twonegroescon-
ner. Money and immigration are at fact is that few newspaper readers real- evicted of the bloody murder of Mr. N.
present much more needed In Florida ize how mueh the newspaper doesn't W. Eppes in this countylast year will
than drained land. Had we the tillers g.U. And when the amateur critic or appear before the Pardoning Board on
of the soil for alLthe land now wild and the officious would-be boss comes along the 18th inst.,"with a strong petition,"
vacant, Florida would be one of the and condecendingly endeavors to en- to ask for a commutation of the death
richest agricultural States in the Union. lighten the newspaper man as to what sentence. We intend to inspect that
Were lands scarce and in demand them he should put I'nto the paper, and how, "petition" and discover. if possible,
would be no objection to the drainage he little imagines how the newspaper wherein its strength lies, by reason of
schemes to bring more into the market, mans fingers fairly ache to write some the names attached thereto. Without
but, as the Banner usys, there is now thlgt that he knows about his would- in the least intending to jest upon so'
plenty of farming and vegetable lands be critic. grave subject, we would respecttlly
to be obtaied at almost any price The rafti lateman, suggest to the proecutio that ome B.
People and money should first be sought He does not mind it that his name 8. ULddoe has shown that he has a pow-
for. and then lands when in demand. Is not within the Hall ot Paime: erful influence with the bamd, in sach
o ~He's quite contented. don't you know. matter, an it might be well to inv
See Collins for Noat Job Printing. If the ean have his haul of dough. hiewserv ies.

.ithr Jr.. of the et.a Gorda
s HeM, says he isf tr General GOferist





If the editor of the Telegraph spent
sixty days in Tallahaamse this Sprin
as a member of the Legislature with.
out learning something about "mi
magent and raftia," in high
pla lobbying to stop invetigaton
whito-wahing. eto., he nd theo V)
vices of a specaHst. By the way. the
fellowU who an "sittiar on the Olld"
an getting wabbly, aady and the,,ll
coamtina to grow mone souatfl the tiJ
comm for them to take a slle. And
'Di True Dmoerat know jut bowto
handle thM. a d will do m in It
time adway. ow


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for Governor meat time. Tel yoe the
truth, Brother Jordan, Gileurist stands
about as mehe haaCe of being Governor
as this editor, and excuse us, please
we are not a end.-te LiAve Oak Cres-
There an some men who can barely
read, if at all, and who have not
brains to understand what they read, V-
who have conceived the ides, as nearly
as it is possible for them to epaelve an
ides, that it is smart to criticize a news-
paper. Fortunately for the newspapers
of the country, such persons haven't
any influence and such critics only suc-
eeed in making themselves ridiculous. -
Plant City Courier.
The True Democrat does not wish to
acquire the reputation of "nagging."
What we have to say concerning public
affairs and events we try to aNy in plain,
unmistakable language, regardless of
the consequences to individual interests,
while avoiding unnecessary personali-
ties. If, at any time, we discover that
we have failed or neglected to make our
position fully understood, we will wel-
come any suggestion tending to clarify
the situation with reference to any topic
discussed in these columns.
A wholesale house in Pensacola is in-
troducing a new brand of cigars with
the significant name of "Certified
Check," the trade mark being a fac
simile of a bank check of goodly size,
duly certified. As soon as we can get a
glimpse of a certain certified eheck al-
leged to have figured in connection with
a recent bid for the State printing, we
shall try to secure a photograph and
have a cut made of it, in order to con-
vince many skeptical people of its actual
existence. If, however, we should hap-
pen to learn that it never existed, or
was "bogus," we shall-say so.
The interstate Commerce Commission
has rendered an opinion in the case of
the Rock Hill Buggy Company against
the Southern Railway and the Seaboard
Air Line Railway. It was held that the
defendants' rate of $1.30 per one hun-
dred pounds of buggies, in car-loads,
from Rock Hill, S. C., to Tallahassee,
Fla., is not shown to be unreasonable.
Under the construction placed on the
long and short-haul clause of the stat-
utes by the Supreme Court of the Unit-
ed States competition by the. Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad Company justifies
the defendants' lower rate of $1.10 for
the longer distance to Quincy, Fla.
The governors of all the Southern
States have been invited by Governor
Cox, of Tennessee, to meet in Chatta-
nooga November 1st to consider quaran-
tine and immigration problems. It is
an excellent idea, and we hope that
Governor Broward will attend, after
due preparation, for the purpose of dem-
onstrating the wisdom of a uniform sys-
tem of quarantine in all of the South
Atlantic and Gulf coasts, by Florida's
experience with the Marine Hospitai
Service management, and of insuring
Florida's participation in some wise and
practicable plan for securing desirable
The St. Augustine Record has com-
piled the following list of holidays in
Florida: According to an act passed by
the last session of the Legislature and
approved by Governor Rroward on June
5, the holidays to be observed in Florida
are as follows: The first day of the
week, Sunday; Januafy 1, New Year's
Day; January 19, birthday of Robert E. j
Lee; February 22, Washington's birth-
day; April 26, Memorial Day; June 3,
birthday of Jefferson Davis; July 4, In-
dependence Day; first Monday in Sep-
tember, Labor Day; general election
days; Thanksgiving Day; December2,
Christmas Day; Good Friday, and also
the day known as Shrove Tuaday com.
only known as Mardi Gra day, in
counties wherein there may be a carni-
val association.
If there is mismanagement or graft-
ing in the State's governme,- affairs
and the True Democrat has know
of the existence of these evili gel
to "take the lid off. "-Starke Tele-


Neat Printing

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




Powder Works Blows Up Wreaking
Death and Destruction.


Ten Buidings, Composing Rand Com-
pany Plant, Totally Wrecked.
Other Property Damaged.

The Iland Powder Ml:!s in the suu-
urbs of Fairchance, six milles south
of I'nimntown, Pa., were entirely wip-
ed o.t hty an eexpilnsiohl at 9;:0
ao i'.; S.ituriiaVy lmornin-g.
01' the 'hitty-two menn who went to
\\i~r'i. i .;v. n0ill in tilt' morning, nine--
t- (:i ,t:.. ilnov,-nl to lh dead.l Of t.i'se.
Th;1 it; !,. v it .nll i,l" tiftl'ed. N il.e
i.(.. :: "' :li; '. 3 It.and, mi;i:':.- ter
of i e a \'..rt. 1i r, srioiisly inj :re1l.
Ch'o,, -1, .- (,f tU i. ,4'\bi)',;t on was 'li-
ti l :',. inn C(' n n 'L;sv ilie. 2u n :!i ,i.
awVay. ;,ill.n's tj"ii; rocked on ;it'vir
fouiidl t..o:s. A' 1'niontown huinirt '!sB
of .,zi . of glass:os were broktii. IL
h ili' \ i )f F'airchance there is
rc2,I i'' ;t f.ouse that did not s.iffer;
da:i':a ,'. Th'I sides were battered
as thowitn ax*'s had been used. H.ty-
tj h:I\, -',k v:'' ol ) ..l' I over in the fie.-',
anI liv, -ttck w\ore stunned.
A ; "I.- rct'r train on111 the Bl.'.t.ma or'
antl O.4o rallroa'l, northboiiu l, lrol:
Mor'ain aVM to ('<.nrnl'svi'il. wtw i hi
was pr: -.nug lt.e \(.rris when the tirst
.x .'('-s rn 'e) iirredt'i as almost throIlwn
frion thii itracl by tIh explosion. All
t l 4 t' ;|ai'l(;'.V.; W l't' .. l .ll 'ti ii alid l 11 '
pas.s 't:il(:s thrown into : I);panii a il
t.he : ,a in ''-n a fv-' s 'conds( I lat( r 1i:
wV;o!:' ha\I- lhi'ti 'I l1loa 11 ip, -,: hOe
.!!'S w' t'ra- in a t'aw roils of iI.
tra ks.
A C' oi i' car in thea \~"it -t i'".: .'. 1.
', l (; a i !;'rl l litI ;I: ) ; I '- i ." ; Ij a
f, I I.I'.'o:ils h l for-' t(!i' e*Xp:o() ion :Iid i
wa' i;r' :ioiighi away to o's .ia'f# ',tm -
.T r". t{i o .,t :T \\, Is ,rai' .l "'l T 'l ,
,,,ere s' \ i a Xo'p l .Oaions In all.
F.ory totally a niin, lilshal 'ot .a \a-s-t., )fo
them ar eiiaini. Tthe' l,.lir's that was
stri'wV i '%\r-; tlh 1t tii l(. 4, of' irl'(iill
wh aI' 't!!o ,lant \vaj ;o ta' o'I, took lir
soon .tf'tr 'h' ( \plolion, and] ahl le:il
its te: r.):'.; a rth dilsutstor.
T'h- 1listmomber,iw l parts of thel h Ia,-
wer' i lrned Itl many instant<'.s il.-n-
tifleati,,n of many was made hy ;arts
of clothing alone. The first thr(., ex-
plosioas wore not as serious as the
last foir. Thfln th- packing hoii.:;e,
pres.lfing room and inagazinae blew up,
followed by two ears of rdvnIniite
standing on a nearby railroad sailing,
\ which were ser off hy lhi i'onclsion
from the1 powi'(or mill ,pxplo.!ons
Identification Difficult.
Wh-n th,.' )olli's *w'era rer'o\ red
the work *of iden'tfliation wns v.'ry
difflmiilt. Small p',e of Ioahli's a h. re
pick I :d -p t !1 oVr he plao'. T ,i-se
were not ,lrloted togt-'hr, ianl ni:atny
siCt'tlons of Ntiyillo"s wr'Ain Throw;i uick
Into the idebris, what-r' they AI-re
,! found.
The hole where the rnagaa!n- ,x-
p:ol.,e in about 15 feet dpf-:; ai.! 50
yards square.


Motion in Ca o Old Men asd Thre Sona
Denied by Judge Mitchll.
Motion has been denied for a new
trial In the ( me of J. G. Rawlings
and his bons, Miltou, Jesse and Le-un.
ard, who are sentenced to be banged
Se$enimbt-r 17th. Argument wa hetarq
at Thcmas.ville Saturday morning be.
ffore JLjige Robert 0. Mitchell. Attor-
ney ('oop'?r iepreponted Rawl;ngs and
S kolicitor Thomas the state.
Cour' . Ii s ualion from 10 a m.
to 1:3t0 p. m.. and in a:cordance with
the .xpe.tatlon, refused to grant a
tiew trial.
Co.per an~noOcea that be will take
the c will ask the state board for a stay
of executon to allow the case to be


Crowded Elevated Train in New Yori
Leaves Track and Tumbles to
Street Below.
T'wlve persons were killed and
more than forty injured when the
second car of a Ninth avenue ele
vated train jumnied the track and
fell from the structure to the street
at the junction of Sixth an<
Nin'h avenue in New York city early

Monday morning.
The car, the seats, aisles and plat
forms of which were packed with
I)opl)'e, was turned bottom side up
its roof torn off and It was stood'

oin end in the street.
The heavy truck of another car
aI il ulin it, crushing bolue of thu
paisevig rs..
'I'h(' iminnedaite .- sponsibil'!ty remain i<
I-e sve'tlel. Tihe niotorliaii of tlli,
r'. kl'd raini is a fit gitive, 'whlil i

:i:t o :ida.r arma t 'I. "i ia' '\v l': li
Sliar'- ,l wl:h niaitil iu~it, r li anld
-at"il:mui,-i are li il ; -, \ ilrI l..-. :!'.
Corner S ho', r, who hai n iti'lrTa.w-
en the work of lix,'n t., )lanie for
tile w reck, anna',: .'a .i thi l it-'
w'itchmall's boni i;, s I n i pa'I'l ,d
ait $.,ii000, andi tho. r (if them' s inii< s s
at $1liii each.
Whfi:t'evr' may have (call'-" 1 hI '
mistake, thl' accident. tlhi worVst itt
the lis 'ory of the ovr(,i-hti l i -illrotaids
!n New York, (anti, wi'ii a siouith-
bIound train on thl' N.; li averiit,
I:0(' was s\Vitc: W I off t1o the Six'hI
avi'linue line a! ia'. Flltti-third sir.t-'
Junction, tllhe i.oi()olaln lx\ rctlll.i aI
clear t rack un the direct
line of Nin'h avetiiie., or disroi ardiinI
th \vwarnl:in signal that those witch
%ais (,;,c ti, ;, .sla'h I li,4 train longg at
a high ra .' of -a ',I.
The firsi -.;at w ung around tIIo
;:'! t u'l( i.h l !ll : 1. !, 1lin L; 1o to ill
ra.;s I ra i ;i l "'!l' d ;i n r, i.
0 1x -at 'i' a 1 i ) ;it L fa a, t 1o '
.- u' i r h t i v -. a i i i t i : '';iu -"
tiose w ho lit ,l I )n 'f';<: i, %V)\V
;,it chl I ;;1l '4 *a'
The firt' l-.d.c;ie i ii i ,p. np., iin 'hl
i n,,\ ., <]h .a l o f .,r ,i <0 ,,;' I1, : i ,is
ri 'a r i i li ; I i ) i !ni -, !r : I
i;rt) .' ii a',. l oI ;!':' ;t t i i) a'a'.v a ,w a i
liho r ( <.f ,f : ;\ it: l", f! l l 4 l, split)
','rs n'a lli th lia' ( .:;iii a f ., ;I :1.' i t ill-
Sudldei'nlyv the ouli'r tiir il r:il of
I.0 railroad st ructure gala\ way, a
..( a'.ore i)f s)o lies war-i-r hiirle'l throuil't
.spua,. arnd with a deafening g crash
'le car fell to the street. For an
instant; it stood on end, then tIhi
sides gtive way as itf t .ly were madl,
of pam''aboird, Ileohing oIut a mass
of hlnimaily.
"lio ,*' i)ass( iiters whIto hald not
juani1j-,I fro:i idlatformn anil wilindows
belore ,he pi!nrige -artne. were thrown
in'o a niass at lthe forward tnld of
tho car. As thI, injiir'- I men anid wo-
int ii wepre strtuggliliig to free, them-
S"'IV ., the h avy front trin s ofthi
!r,l car oiln th train fell alrnt ost In
their n'ids' a. the car Itself J:!rild
pirlly off thl el vatea! tri t uire, andh
wasi wa d.'.l1 againi t a bhIi',IDng at
'he astitheost ( orner of Nintih avenue
and Fifty-third s:raet.
Hien e cr.r)wils were e oon on the
suenue. an. Ihea, firs' work of the has-
tily siiinimr ole l I'oli e re.-er'-r w*a'
(Urror'ei ,o :arritg a waty for :he,
eff'-,tilve re-cue of the alissngers
pinned down by their wreckage. Al-
nrrt ot every ambulance Ia Manha' tan
was fuiimmonod, and thP Injured and
dead were hurriedly away with ait
Three alarms of fire brought many
engines to the scene. A sllght flMio.
caused by burning Insulation. waS
quickly extlnguilshed, and the flrem'en
.0t to work chopping out the deadly
and Injured.
The tuak was not an Pasy one. fo.
'he heavy car. in falling, had almost
wreckage. At leaIt one was killed
outright in th:a way, while Police.
mau Henry Altki.n', who wasa stand.-
ini (lirectly Itnder the Oelevated struc-
t ilr. In amiolg those moat aerionuly



Better Class of Japs Deplore Burning of
(hristian Churches.
A Toklo ip, ial says: At nIil Fri-
day the city was quiet. ('lmpl-t' re-
p)orts from ii i': roP)pol l an arid o(I 'l'ly-
inX d'slrilr' Inticate that ,here was
No iisordaer throughout ''Thursdlay
nlght or early Pridlay morning.
The gov'wrnniet hasi siuslupiie' I a
' t 1'i1 of fl\ li p, papers, awll it ;,- ex.
; rct-l thfir' h' phl li t'iosii of othiars
will Ie pre'-etri id
()over'nimen't aflclta"h and t he It-
tor class of J.apans-e citizene. are ex.-
pre'ssini k,' '*I r'gr<'t over Ith a't'fl ts
on i('hrimltn orcheas. Tthey explain
that the aff lr was thio restOt of loc-l
otladitIons, anda does not ldit< 'ieo a
m*rioua anti foreign or anti-C hirlitla

JUL 6. -~A.N. ELEttISCA'%EI*.

Corporal (bosen as tomumander-i.-Chiel
et Denver Meeligl.
Corporal James Tanner of New
York was elected commander In chef
,f the 0. A. It. by the national en-.
'upnin'iit i seasl(ni at IXtnver Fri-
The leading randlidates were Corpo-
ral Tanner, Genera RHober: U. Brown
of Ohio. Ju,'le C. 0. Burton of .M11
sourl. and generall C. M. Iurrows of
New Jersey.
;.ltinapol;a was chosen -s the 0.
A. R national encampment city il

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Campaign fund.


iluch Important Work Lojiing to
Ificrest 01 )oulhiru Griw.:3S
ana AALcS Ls tApPCai UU(

"I'i efirs* ,n auu.. cun~entioll of the OUR KL90A
Sou1.11ei'n CCALULIUL1%vuu.rI1,u1 tIOS"'d at WHlITE So
N. C., I iii.U l nigut, WitQ
k a bauquet tenduemie to the a eCcuti'o
Cfltumtimte by Kby urtr i Inn.
IL IS .IiJPUJo i'4.c $1UU.L
dfor the uaticouai a-socia..u and $ let,-
009" MIi' Ifor the sla-ta.e, andt aiULy as-
k0cciaLIu&!S Isy the ; ridita eL i tu a.fl
liaiL tcottlljit, tmn1 buca E-1 will be
d la.,id. 11 EADQITART
t I'l' afte:-noon aLA night sossioull ATTACHMENI
SFr.day were conitu t ena.ety to tho DONEI WHIILI
of Vvariou reuO.LiLULIS. blef
ul watih was one eh.oidnx to a raibe
.ii ziiiULeL'S'dlp dIue'S iqluu; 23 vents
to $1 a year.
(ulouel J. Mlar, in's resoiutiom
,oinuiciidedthat greitur publicity
be g~vv to drt.c1e 1, buction 1, of
I 1 cofbt itit iin, Ahich- atlIen-
ion to ile fat that tile SouthernD
r Coltua CoZV,'eiiol! hs all orgiaiizatiou
'o:nutboca'itot only of gruoliors, but
'4 llluilifaC(l1-'a':'5 liri laI-i'll'.is, whiCh f
Ias wIot'& Mi u. l~ii5 i further
'l that the 4 lL- i 11 i tje I of 11.
'tganrizatiozi is a-;ii-, 4iid ~ *'~.a~

A ll uu'porlt. I ti i la ti,(J* Ili- (I- zt1g
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('aa*0o. l:ta 0 t ) ill' Ci't I I lttl'-t.:1 ,421-
1 2 ii ll a .,(ift t. a I to

tutII jalIllit t-, tas i-owly 4 is Sii~. o
AS '0, il-sIrii~uav'the salt, or thc sta-
;)I e o v.ar :th e at n'iIri y 4-aar Iitm t*id of
I,-,a r-I I t,4 ~the ..1rop Ii ifnu'y ulays Tallafhf
v.s hIA 1)(C-1e the e('It iii Ill thiiis way IAQAT
teha'iight-stprices lto s ihla'&lX)e t heo TAHMD

AftcrSalc' z'd ismstio-i i)t il te night, DN WHL
-iosSioflas to the aextinve Im'.in g Iia
f t!:(- assoC'laltioh1' 4axactith'e ('commiflt-
a e, 11o Sjii'nas, Ark., m as chosen.
i':u was Wfl.5 aTe(Avtidla6y j ia ) pronil se
!iada' bat\%t. an the ad yi('wa'vK of .she.
v i a11oanuil10): Spri-ngs. by tha' terms NEAT
(01 which l fa V.itiler me'tlngacon.-
Vi:0 m, It t ha iJ l-t ir lulei( 0, Wi!!iaAsht.'.Creat
0 -- v'La's 1 a -u:4 M lilf-il h Ii'a lit i.
T!t- fli-ittat'- )r if V ia 1't'@'tv a i~l [- 0p011(1

u"I S. :!ll:iLou isvil
~ as 'a a fIr'll! 11iJ1ijr l ftnia .ti' t V
'a'luvrta' :i i, uthe ftP-(n'!at'ri'iu V.11
rIl- utiv iai' A' n f adlire'-s !o thelii
\;,iuir~t'tan Ii a t will deal primal. (OING i:w
1 al ~ uy Nith ''t sIng ( onriltiontt'Iiiithe
tlxt tie wiill. Tv lowsml .A ii, (if irasuulii. REAl) IDOWN.


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river Junction and Pensaacola.

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%hi l. faia iio ''T11114. !s sh~mla't. Ia y D3!ly

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NIilzit 7: 25s 11:35p
Fqra~mliia 7:Issi 1l:33P
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lie and Nashville Railroad.








King Edward's reign h:a by no
means brought joy to the heart of IrLn-
don tradespeople. A lewiilng trade
paper laments the fact that a gr:at
portion of the trousiwau of Prin*cem*
Margaret of Connaught wan purchased
In Paris.

If It Is arctally nef'-srary that ten
people in every hundred must work for
the enjoyment of ninety pe)';.!ce who
are having the d!.y's reAt every one
needs Uoneve a week", then thei law of
necePity rnurt tbe rep,'cd cori ludeef
the St. Lo.Ail I'ost hDipatch.

Judging by the position of Sweden's
iLanka, that country must ihe In good
condition flnancla!ly. At the (close
of 1904 Sweden had 69 banks in
good order. The aggregate capital was
$100,0(00,000, a against $8I5,000.0(0 In
103 and $76,0(o),o00 in 1902. In adl-
dition the bunks held very large re-

Reserve, not '"smartnesm," li the ear-
mark of decent br,',dlng, says the New
York Hun.
Pastor Wuagnr need not prlit' his
admonitions to the "irmppe life." It
Is coming of Itne-lf iinder t;.f preRiure
of the uncomnfc.r;:ii )! notoriety whilh
the liIfe of or ntntloaliim display ipro,-
vokes. ModeIsty i1 going to be at a

Iiinctiiring the tire of an automo-
hile with a pitocl shot it an idea that
probably greatly plhaseed some of the
pollcemern of t yr', N. Y., when they
were lately told to put It In praifticel
against oversp'elring motor cars that
wouldn't stop and explain then'imselvinM,
:ay the llostlon Trioscript. It prom-
lie'd am nmuch sport as hunting ,leo-
lihantm. Ililt alin! the first thing that
the first officer who tried It did was to
misn the tire and wing one of the

By her defeat of Miss Douglams for
the English chuaplonship Mins May
Button btcomem the champion woman
tennis-player of the world. It would
appear that the plucky California girl
bha gained a distincter personal tri-
umph In International atbleticn than
ham fallen to the lot of itany other
American, certainly any other Amerl-
ran woman. Miss Hutton'. laurels are
all the more creditable became won in
a field in which the American men eon-
S1taatas were found wanting.
Among the people of present fash-
lonable prominence In New York there
are very few whose names were known
In that PlM lety a generation aigo-very
few In the box circle at the opera, for
example, staten their New York Hun.
Nor are there a (dozen famillles In New
York which brings down a social dis-
tinction from the early days of this
town antecedent to the Revolutilon.
Even of theme the beginning of nearly
all were relatively humble. They be-
gan usually as merchants or shoiikeep-
ers In a small way.

"In a word," snys Prof. Herbert E.
Mill., of Vassar. speaking of the girl
college student. "she Is generally a
fairly healthy and very lovable girl,
who has moral Inlerets In sihiol
Iports. In soltnl affairs. In idonmitli'
matters, and IM tending to)wardh lriirl.
tal engagement at aiotut the sIMtine rate
as those of her Moclal not In school or college."
Tending to (onflrm the statemeinnt of
Prof. Mills, observes the Nw Yocrk
World, there are the Vaissar re'irinl
In out-of-door athletics and the 'en-
gaged" atatisliras of the clam. of '(:>.
These are wholesome Indlictions.
There is remembered too the naive co n-
feelon of a Wellesicy Junior that "I
suppose we are pretty much like other

girls even If we do go to college." The
young woman student composed chief)
of eye-glasses, a high forehead and a
vocabulary In many syllables was In-
vented for the funny man's column.
She has been accepted as a reality by
many excellent and serious people who
do not know that they are funnleet
when they worry. Prof. Mills punch.
tures the Joke, but spoils no smiles
for social philosophers. The higher
education is not reducing the national
wealth of normal girlhood. Girls who
can read their Homer la the original
k are smll girls.

Pension Board Busy.
Th. reate board of pension, which
.roio is of Governor iroward, Comp-
trol.tr Cro(,m and Attorney General
KEl;, a.idl '. H. Dickinson. secretary
of !he. card, has b 'een busily engaged
In cor. ld'r',ng per.M on arpilcations, of
whi h Ltere are all sorts and condi.

No:wi'hetanding the fact that the
law stal c(. early the quiallflratiorna
eI tl;l!ngI je-rons to 'penr on,, many
grci:l'ss mljilmn are fIlled, and are
re-jcct d iipen examination. The roll
of innione'H IH tiow, approximately,
3,io0. Th. pr. orvlslons of the law, in
l-irn, arf asi fo.ljwH:
"Any ;-4 rion who erillt!l, and sm'rv-
,g in t, he military or naval semrvlce( off
'I,' # n(.f<' dillntg tlc' war between the ia e*s
of rhe I .ilt ,l Statem, and did not
dl, n rt the 'cnfederate or itate scrv-
!(',. anid who was a bona fl e citizens
of rti, n'aWi January 1, 1 5, who has
hk fltc o oiIitlliiv" t hl he' a (.'i'l.',n of Ih.s
SMta<, who i-out ai limb or limits, an
)3 c. (,r '),e., or wbo Is permanently
(I r;|i,,l- by ranoii of wvoi 'iIs or di(s-
.:tv to g tin a livcllhioo I by manual
laWxor, or who, beiIng more than it65
yie'aTr o;d, Is, by r(-'mon of ag,', in
ep|ab ', of providing a IIving for him.
E, p r. aBnnut:, In rfiiiurt'"ly piymnit:i,
it;e f(,Ilowlt m;< ino.lt nP, to-wit:
Fcor toW ail loHH of gihr .. .. . (l0

F( r l1 44 of it foot or lItv . . ;tM
For loss of a hand .. . f ,
I'or IO-H of Iof thi hand s .. .. .. I1i
For lo mi of lEo h ff'(t .. . . 1 i
I-or I(,,' on, hul n I aHnd one tfool Ii,'
F'()r 1i' .r i;l injurli,'H. dfllm ia i or

ocr wlsei
111i! 4 a(
or i i

wt;'r,'tiv the per;'ro;rn s ur .
to *. irn llve hoodhod . . .
wid )w of any s o'd(le-r or ea'll
" HH r f( vl i I a ; 'I'41i(iii 11II r'll'r
0, i fft 'i tIl t )i(- b iy anv
. i '. it i he tin e of lil s t d | lath,
S woll ho I nt' I In ( fled( to apply

iundler this n i(, shall r'celiv' smi n
lpentloi i during hbr wild.owhoold,
"No IerMron who, or wheliNi wife.,
or any wivlow who ownH propr, iper-
souual or rcal, or 'real ind personal.,
to tlle v, I he of eight h indred dollars.,
or .s ''e:wine i'.iabi I or in ta po.-
iti n t)n It ir a livilihoo( l, or who
Shalu ain income from any source uif-.
flg'tel (or siipport, hall be entitlee,
I) to lthe l*e fits ( of this arct.

'I ti.' (oillv in cal d iy el.I (tc A n
t e t iltlsl : (ir.irs itf ('Col liltih t coun.
:y In illih ('itv to ( tnf'iI wlitlh tt''
t:,XI, l 'iH 'M I t the I I s' I t iu lld (W'i
i irru ntli', (.n ( fu'r AI tt'l" N t >i1 of c 1 11'
1'r rr. ..1 fto Inh n ) r ., l t w,'' n ith it
ic r'' ;.c ti *t i ;, i ln i i ', lI vi S
ti i I W ,, i lI l If l .I lilt r I hl .t tIl, i i
fi t' w t'rId u ,fit p cif t, -ic' cct, Iv
t.I'S i ll 41,c I *I ii ''e m ,u rl wru' it I ''
i I., iltir r l i"( i I, It) Ihrl cost( p r
111 1 i< f 4 ", li I( l,4,. "1ho" % ( po lc 'l (if
I t t |n 1 1 ,Is ill v, l q I! I f' I ( I w hil l] ill.

l 4';llt i' t- flnI niiT' .n i- rl i' t;It .
l In i i i Ithi r Il\ 'I'hl o' i -rilernil re :i
(,f i iti.,-I "ieion \in-i for I better ru)id -
AN i o i in l. IM VIn t'11-1 "fa l| it, "ItI
It I n t Iiit cri f hie: lrr rcril s f',r
('C 'itirnlit i'cuiin no t ion'e op,.iese( I'
I';It we w.nt o lio iw itclIh x ;'i
' llllgi' we w. :II hn;v to pnay It iP
tlinoIg.'t tih t whIil ti nothing dcflntl'e1
w 0n do(41 f. thti n l ei i nlln 11 li;th tl it
eir n tih 'e so- iiln dil 'l<'te atf'er the'v
havti i nt oi ::t I w illi tliher hone pIwo
pl,. will lit, (11ic' l tao e'hl r iiag in,. arl
snlt l I s. tc w itll I' i'.'ies it tel ;I o
Ith rn lthn' will IIn.tili' hienm 'o a' I:-

"I)t' 1:4', P '6T ar" 1 011 1. v i g 1

1th f e Ir :t i (t I, ( t rc r. ir liroiek iri
I' l I a 1 1, :1 1( *tii i f It I I' i
ltI I i lll il 'A Trig io haud tot I''ii
Iil Ili tii '"v ; :t hatI.or -inr A ,igtus*: !..
I, fi' ., u i tI' I'; n I i:he' lit%% fo rbuiiirl iiLin,
tt.;*' :. it l ii h ng f oti I' t (In wii n :
t li' ':-.1i ; I:t s:, (itu ei h ,-' AoI out eow ir
It1.hw'- on if th i.t Au' It alid o f l e 'l: .
itd as; i e Ither : si t ir % th Ih le s tate
lte i h ,itji ltr l it' 'Ai'

At( -m recnt n e'iIn of ti i he' Ii (oun.t lt.
l.)ni ll:n oWf ,i o(f St I ,.: ,o l y ;lan
It d I s| rl lt):l i f I$w If w A't li -t( lt, l>(
a; p '.U nan un (f $,,' (i was nticie to
`4i I iIn nlin tirovi : it!' II 'ini's roni'.e
Thil i nilo n ,v-Ill I add'e I to tih'
1,t doi'tvited hiy h c Potato (Grow
.-'s' Asnso inadi l ofi tIhat thriving localiltv -.i!
hte greatly Impiou d before next wli.-
ter. A protests as received from the
resident's of Armstrolg against thli
road from 6t. Aiuuattle to Heptt nas
beinr chanceld. A iasn Is on frot to
shorten this road by stralghten!'; it.
and thia is what the petitioners oh-
jetted to.

Gainesville and Gulf Extension.
The surveying and engineerln
crorpim of the Gainesvllle and Gulf
extension, inder direction of Chief
Engineer J. W. Patton, are at work,
and report good progress. The corps
ltegan at Farfleld, the present sou h-
'.rn terminus of the roaJ, and will
;,:,xsh through to Tampa an rapidly as
i~-,"lble. 'i ie corps in accom-pan;-..
1, A. P. Stuckey, flrmt vice president
ot the' new organisation.
The (;orps will run several pre!m-
inary lines, after w.hlch a permanent
lIne will be established, and the work
of running tile right of way an. grand.
11 wlil begin immediate-ly. Orders
hive been placed for the Iron, andl
t',, first shipment hba been promis" 4
(.,t the l.'th. Tae ( r I*t ll gotten ou1t, and it I harfe o Haoa
that wi hin thirty da~s the laying (of
;'I;'in w[" he',n. an it in the ;.irpoie'
,o *heI contractors to ke('p the track
', rkr I u:p to the grad ;g) point, as
.< c r ;I jo.f:4!4Ihle.
Ti., people of ilt C((tln.is to be'
tIi aici' .e by tr.e G(ainviille and (lu!f
' .tenp'on are natiura!ly juhilant, as it
wi pt1n up a country rich I.u tim-
*' t. phosphat*', which hai: h(re-
i(fore' ( e'i undeveloped, owing to
.'k io t Irarimpor ation facillti'sm. Mr.
'. 1 I tv an'lc: ate that 1te road will
So:niti(i]t'tdil to .trr', a witliin cight
it' I all (ondljt ,;it i;; .'i..g favor.

I'. (bit c-rai,, the flavana yellow ft-
r ex o' e x'rt, Is In a re'gref:ful mood
oi', r ihe' fact that some' of the phy-
: Ic itln; an I blinl ss rM i' n of P'ensa-
-'"i a alr not gitirig Dr. .1. ". Plort* r,
::it, ,-'ais' he alth offi(i 'r. the support
hi'4y hlIoilil. ife mral:l s it plain ;hat
C 'if ,'it' 't tith authori l i are ih n l-
* t .-i at nat;i lace' hiy the a( t o. of
'': o(i t:ic' phy rlcinars of th' \vwes
I io.ilai city, who wr i' low in admit
.': 't three wwas ye'lilow ferivr In
I'' r-;' '!i., and Is cn: hi;,latic' it his d(I(r
;" iiin that it tih' physicians and
;. ,I, (,f that city will only g ve D)r.
I'', i it 'le sname (ordial support as
k.as d,cc CO.'dld hiln in Tamnpa e'quially
-,O r, 1s iit will be attained there.

It is given our, and generally cred-
it il. that the G. S. & F. p3sst 'ng'r
inil freight terminal station (in the
rivi'r front at Palatkia will ie clhri.-
',n'led nu a few days l|y the' ojpera'-
IIIK of tra-;n toi and from that point.
Track ks n o ei!thl ir ldt'le of the luiiliing
I',n've' hi'rn iind 're blitIng gradfil to
thie proper lev l an(ld ti' lino '-s.ii-,
l.illn fi 'n ti an l fixtitre. arte ein l m ov()-
(- I i ',to thi ti- lil i:)g,. El: rtric li llt t
I'aii%- lieen inii tal',il, whic.;t ni.i,,.
t1:1 tby far ilr *' i tll st t. ti (late a ili
( : tiierta le s' aiulw-a., (1i I,>t iin th i'y,.

T''he county t m infiniH.-loners of c am-
ilton ( c inty nit'' i ri t ii lai' 'te Sin
'ir ,:nc' ting c iih lislnes'si as wt-v
!ror;ight ti forp iti.In. The l(.;f(ort oif
'Irliorn.s (;. lIGtlul i On. ;< (cO ntnllW l',
c, i' ;Om ltIm:n'sm there soire l days am '
.ms to h'e',s ;)p the hooks (of th''
c' unily clerl> H iof( e, was r'a'l ai i(ul
fi in :he' re ig rt it w sH found t lih;
I..x Co('iIt v C('i'lI I. .1. M Ci ('t'l lN
s' l.ft with :1. < (ount;; y to the nil'i it
of (I;.('. i. iThi' l'i ortI w;. n )approv i Iv 1'he iwN-tt i d ;(id or(dl'e l "i otil'c
li' thi' l min tleT s andi publiliihld.

.'s pira:c n of r cet' on t re'it cr is
v'ill ie ac i onillshed., In the o:pinie'i
of tie Mpei(lin! c mnittee of cth .In' .
! Ir ift n oltd iitinlce. If the orlinaln e
,, I1 ;i ;",.l b the .)ninil ,er :s
I' I' ,'l. The cienrinittec s;imtilitnte! It .
i ,'t an I .td that l h bill ;r'-
S;'i w s .c s:ilrt iona'l '. In it c' ( ,IIi
, ::t ren<"i;nilt'( e'. "I h ihll ,s ,'|-
i.; '. An o dlinance'' re'l&biila.ii +.
) i!rh- and providing for the fuirti s'i
';.::. cit i'i )trt'e' accominni odatiottu fr
:..i I, ,ei':,aration of white and col.
, ais I | ,N:t:op:c-h on sItre' cars."

',ic' ';e'i toin in K i\ \\',, uur w-hlc:i
w ;s hildl tl;e pa t1 wek, ..:s to drle'.
i ',l wt 'nu'r' or not ti'e coniity shal'
ie t'c nills for $;0i.u.oc for the pur-
, Ir IThlt;;: and rep' iirlg thes
. )ti h,,i'o The e rle tion was

S c' .: lit 'n(h'ci,l. ers their. was very
S'e oprpo'ml( on to the hotnd (lise', and
it wv.i a for z ,ne- ( onclhiu on that it
-o')ii:d 'e rrelI hv many who were
'q e:t!ly in fao- cif the inemamre anl
* ci not talke th'e trouble to vote. It
the inlten'lon of Superintendent
' rr's to [,egin the wert- of impro%-
nI: t.e choito s imnedlate;y.

C('ilnmnilotiot proocedingms are to
n' 'nrivIttied by the Ioiurd of county
crl. m's loners of Duval county to as'-
(:u're ,o; lea of the records of the
ro tntv which wore destroyed In the
fre of Mav 3. 19WI. the proceedpilngs
I "!rn bo -.ght under the provlsions
tf the r. t if tie leg!seature of 190. '

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At Which the Present Cotton Crop
Should be Sold.


S Southern Cotton Assocdtion Officials
Adopt Declaration at Conferecc
n Ashevlle*..

At Thursday ntght's session of ihe
Southem Cotton Association In con-
vention at Ashville. a minimum price
of 11 cents was established for the
Incoming cotton cro. This action was
reached after a four hours' struggle
in the minim-um price committee
room during the afternoon and a
joint secret conference of the com-
mnittee and the general committee at
the night session.
It was a contest in which growers,
spinners, manufacturers and brokers
were involved, and one in which the
combined influence of all these ele-
ments was brought into play, In and
out of the meetings which preceded
the work.
After the announcement of the es-
timate of th. crop yield of 1935 and
1906, the fight narrowed down to two
factions-one holding for 10 1-2 cents
sad the other for 11 cents, notwiti-.
standing the fact that an outside ele-
ment clamored for 12 cents. Some of
the growers were inclined to the opin.
ion that the unexpectedly short yield
crop report would have a tendency
to push the minimum to 12 cents,
but It was known that these predic-
tions would not be fulfilled when the
price committee emerged from its
caucus at 6:45.
"We have labored like a mountain
and brought forth a mouse," said one
of the committeemen. "The conserv-
atives win."
The summary of the cotton crop of
19,5-0ft, as reported by the statistical!
committee of the Southern Cotton
Growers' Association, is as follows:
Production, 9,58,1233 bales; percent.
tage of condition as compared with
last year 73.3, and compared with the
government's estimate of 72.1. The
yield is regarded as exceedingly small
as from ten to ten and a half met-
!ion balea were expected.
After the minimum price commit.
tep made its report, the association
proceeded to take up routine busine:;s.
It developed during the course of the
evening that there will be no revision
of the constitution of the association,
by reason of the fact that due notice
had not been gietn.
President Jordan appointed Hiekey
of Texas, Maxwell of Louisiana,
Prown of North Carolina, Love of Ar-
kansas anti Erwin of Tennessee to
scrre on the flntaoe committee. The
eswciation before adjourning for the
day decided to ae'ept the Invitation
of :he citizens of Waynesville to visit
that city Saturday.


reed Black A ick Sceerge Continues to
..preed in Germenv.
An official bulletin iesued at Ber.
lin announces that fifteen new cases
of cholera and six deaths were re-
ported during the twenty-four hours
ending at noon Thursday, making a
total of 105 ceaes and 32 deaths.
Berlin is placarded with scarlet poe-
te'-s exhorting householders to see
that their garbage is promptly re-
moved and that their premises are
\ kept clean.


Repuablicss of Phill delphia Make New
Move to Attack oa We'eer.
Select council of Philadelphia
Thursday adopted a resolution de-
manding from the various city de-
partments all data concerning remov-
;IB and resignations from office and
appointmentss thereto, with reasons.
and directing the city comptroller nrot

to honor warrants for salaries unfes"
the presenter shall first he connrmeld
In his appointment by select coun-


Palmer Refused to Resiqn and is fired
by President Moesvef't.
President Roosevelt Fr.day after-
(' noon took summary action in the case
of Frank W. Palmer. pubilc printer
and head of the government printing
')fice at Washington, by removlug
bil faroml gAl .
Lat Monday the president direct-
ed Mr. Palmer to send to him his
resignatiUo to take effect on the 15th
inLant Ibut the order was Ignored.

Muulqear Lancahlre Maids.
The maids of Blackburn aWe makb
lag a attpreme effort In regard to the
deVeloriment of the race.
They have organisef a club under
the name of The Blackburn and D!s-
trict Ladles' Natural Health Society,
and they have a membership of about
"The society.," said the secretary,
"alms at the development of a purer
and nobler womanhood and man-
The specific objects of the club
To discourage the wearing of cor-
lets, to discourage the unnecessary
physical weakness of women, to pro-
mote the consideration of the health
question, to clutivate a proper
pride regarding the care of the
body, to dIscourage prudery and
ignorance regarding vital physical
facts, to foster a love for out-
door exercise as a means to de-
velop health and strength, and to dis-
courage the use of tobacco and intoxi-
cants among malo friends and ac-
All youn; unmarried girls residing
In Blackburn and district are eligible
for membership provided they sub-
scribe to the principles of the society.
A field has been rented by the club
for the purpose of engpeqitg in out.
door sports, and an Instructress in
gymnastics has been engaged to take
the members In hand in the winter
moRths. It is proposed to establish
a library of books on all matters ap-
pertaining to physical culture, health
and hygiene.--London Daily Expresa

Taking His Turn.
Thile o'.'er t'.ay, as I was walkingn g
along I almost ran into the arms of
one of my old parishioners from a
parish in the north of Yorkshire. He
was in gala (Idres and looking radiant-
ly happy and p!:ased with himself.
"Halloa. Mr Blank!" I said, in greet-
ing ray friend, "and what are you do-
ing in town?" -Oh!" said he, a hit
bashfully. "I'se ,n me honeymoon."
"Dear me! That's interesting news,"
I said. "and I am sure I congratulat
ycu he.rtily. 1h1t whl're Is the
'T'miMsums?" saild he; "oh, rhe
couldn't come. Her moth(hr was tak*
en bad on twepdling d.ay. and she
had to go and nurse hor; soa 1
thowt I'd coime honeynmonlin' hy my-
sel'. Ye. se. sir, It was t'ch:rice of
a lfrtime, and I warn't ;,in' io miRss
!t."-Suburlan Vicar in Tit-Bits.

"Whna that noi',?" a,'ked the viIl-
Sto,'- I th. apntm*nnt" hontP.
"r)pr,, 1 c- omep, one In the de-
tlcit'r ronm'n r or the Poor helow bet-
tinr a t',oth no't." .-id the host.
"Rul It opms to come from the
flov" abtor- "
"Ah?' ten It's pr"ehhly the Ponlev'x
l *'" rrt'lng a tooth In."-Philad1l
t h:a Prc'

Making Ch.ld Lingulsts .
A tiew mit hol of teaching lan-
irliagi s by int' c l.ang~ng (hillron be-
t e,", ldiffe:on (co.untrivs in being
polpiuari.-ed bty an Institution which
lia. i!s head :l. rt'ers In PIart
Fr Oliver l.ol ge has :duopt ed this
n 'therd oT teaching his children
SFrench by exch singing then for a lim
f'ed lewrioi wlh rremlers of the fan.
lly cf 1 Tntil-Mathleiu. the director
of the ,., 'Ipty .
In it~s first year the society has
hben the meins of exchanging no
fewer than eighty-eight children and
y'.iirig people between families inn
Eng.:;nd. Prance. (Germany and Aus-
tria --lAndon Mall

A Juel,**o Eplpiom of (lrap'-Nnl.
A an.*tl'ianii who tins acquired a ju-
dill'ti! tilrni of muind from experience on
tii' lbiiti b out In the itunflower State.
writes r,' a ri fully cot'idlercd opi'nionU
,s t tih. valin, of (;r:ip.-Nutl as f "1. r tl ph i t five yvaru (<;raip-N.uts
li]i'. iin a i nroaralieirnt fHature iin our
lubill ,f fire.
"'i'l,, e'III f(o Inilty flnvor hIII bu.eolie an illdll .1oiMa-
ltl' ni,'-'',ily in mny f:inmill'H everyday

**It hI| provea'ld to le nlo.t liitlthftul

and lt'iieafl, I ian l lins eiaitl-dl us to
irm'ti,'tily nholilh pIm try nid pile
front. our tal.le, for the lchilhdreni prefer
(iralpi Nut- anla do not uuA In h>;<***< nI foodl.
"-(rape-Nuts keeps us all In perfect
phiyical voundltion us a preventive of
disiewm. It Is s.IVuoldl value. I have fl''-11
pMrthieularly lIat resfel by tl e heietllflal
'ffetits of G;ra;ltie-Nuts when used iy
luialles wh :iare troubled with faro
bini'sh. ikLli eruptions. etc. It
clear, up the complexlon wonderfull.
"A, to Its nutritive qualnltile, my ex-
puieni'e is that one Pmall dlth of ;rnlp'-
Nqta is superior to u pound of wmeat
for breakfast. which is an Important
consliterstlon for any one. It matisfles
the appetite Band strengtheAs the pow-
er of reistltng fatigue, while its use in-
volves none of the disagreeable oouse-
quences that ,uetime. follow a mest
breakfast." Name given by Postuw
Co.. Battle Creek, Mich.
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IN PENSACOLA N.w Fcvr Cas crae in WstF. E. NIMS,
Florida City--The Situation WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DAL.,
--- _at Other Inkcted Points. I

New Cases Develop Despite Heroic
Preventive Work of Citizens.


United States Governmfnt Steps in
and Takes Hand in Enforcement
of Quarantine Regulations.

Nine new cases and one death Is
the yellow fever record for Pensa-
cola, Fla., Monday. concluding at six
o'clock, when the various 'physicians
working In conjunction with the
staie board of health made their re-
ports. Suspicious or doubtful cases
r.number about twelve.
The one death was that of A.
Woifburg, vice consul of Norway,
who died matter a brief illness. lit
was taken :11 five days since atnd
0!4 not call in a ilty !cian, the case
tbing located by Inspectors. A powt-
ntortm examination revia:led the faft
i ia; he hial ,'tld of o:low fitve-r of the
Kni*,t inal!gnant ty; e.
('it z7ns have h iii afnld upon to
('ilZt'l l s:he litlil a d ( lIt d lt)U t'eo
a,-isht tt.uw i l it 1.1i 1 and appoint a re.
lief Uncle Sam Takes a Hand.
The l'ni0td States marine hospi.
t'l v, rvic. !.us tlhkan a hand in the
(li:iant ina' situation and according toi
a i't'e'" re e ve'd in Atlanta Monday
byv th. G'o;'-pl:a tale board of health,
i.s is-ueild -.v*eping instructions pre-
ventiig patiiastn-gers from points in-
fected v.'with alloww fever, from stop-
ping anywi re' In the territory east
and south ,jf a line drawn from
W\Vnhingto:i, D. P.. through Char-
oittesvillle, lnnvitle. Charlotte. Spar-
tanhurg. A'lainta, Anniston. the Ten-
r.nusw riv.i. Vin(enne., Ind., St.
L.ouis and thence to the Arkansas
state line.
The. Ge'o.taii state board of health
.s reqtes'B',j to have its Inspectors
notify aAl p. me;ngers from ye(;ow fo-
ve'r points o(f this quarantine rnguiia-
tion. No'Icv is also given thit gov-
ernnient in -p-ctors have loon appoin-
ted to entfoico this rule. and that
rpenaltu's mnavy he Incurred for its
The terri'orv indleated as south of
the lne n stn iestionrls all regarded
as "infcil'tle"' territory, and forthst
reason the marine hospital servie'n
proposes to prohibit persons who
have beein exposed to yel.
low fever from entering this setilon
until the ),)int where such I:ifection
ex!s:s is fre, of the disease..
Good Report for New Orleans.
The repo.t of no deaths in New
Orleans Monday, the first time since
the annotu-i ment of the prese'n of the fever on July 21. when con-
trasted with the record of 1 t,'i,, pre-
ients quite a colncidence, I e-aulse
September i lS7M, was the record
day for de"Itt's during that e;-pdemic,
90 being ie(orded. Algiers reports
seven of th" new scasP. Of the' new*
foci, only to are abshove (anal street.
Four are' it Algiers.
Ir-. Whit-" has given ouit he orm.
(Ionent par a of the new c.ulcrlde.
which wlil hie t~e he re after in fu-
nilagtlon, i-. discovery of which was
a.-nounced Saturday. It in composed
(,f equal ,irts of crystal .sarolle
acid, and guarI cm;Uhor. and three
ounces wil! he sfflieiterI to thorough.
.v fumigate 1.0H, < ulil feet of
space. He advlseN against 1i' use
hy citizens generrally onl account of
danger in handling it, and li having
his for..es thoroughly educated In Its
uise before they ill be int rusted
w!th It.
The most interesting feature of the
country news ws the tleport from
the health filter of .Ri. John parish,.
of the exisJ.,:ce of s.out twenty-five
rates a' ieons. a lumber town In
that perish, and his statement that
the patients were *ot belang properly
rared for. and that they had been
concealing the illnesa. He has taken
charge of ilags there, and reported
three new case.

Friday's yellow fever record in .. .
Pensrcola, Fla., showed a big In-,
crease of new cases over any prevl
ous day since the outbreak.
Reports of physicians up to 6 resh M eats.
o'clock p. Tm. gave eleven new cases
and one death. All of the new caseea FRONT STALL, CITY MARKET,
are traceable to the original foci os WEST SIDE OFP UILDING.
infected district, but are scattered
bout tile city. TALLAHAsMEE, FLORIDA.
The situation is now regarded as
serious, as a number of doubtful cases A PORTION OF YOUR PATOMNAGE
hlve also been discovered. The one 1S SOULOITED. IPOMPT ATTEN-
death was that of C. P. Winters of TION IS GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
liarrison. Oh;o, who was formerly a
so'dier at Fort Barrancas, but who TELEPHONE NO. 1I1.
secured his discharge a week since,
-nd came to the city.
Vicksburg Fumigates.
There were no new cases of yellow MARTIAL RULE IN TOKIO.
fever nor dleaths in Vicksburg. Miss.,
Friday. From lu a. m. until a late R.oting in Jaranes: Capital Continues.
hour In the afternoon almost every Oficials Altaked and Christian
&iusinacs house In the city was closed,
the (lay having been set apart for Chu-chcs Burncd.
general fumigation. Thin work was Ad6h1vs ircra Tokto, Japan, state
t..rougl, nearly 100,000 pounds of that an imrr' ral ordinance has been
,:ilphtir having been burned. ssutI tht (lil.shing mar.ial law In To.
New Infection at Natchez. kto. lHnorder was resumed Wednes-
Two new fever cases In Natchez lday rltht. A mob burned and destroy-
show that secondary infection has k !en Chr i,,n churches and one
apIhpeaed. The patients are white ni"-.son hoMse Fchool.
Ow.%s living in the same neighborhood (k.n\ral -akuma, commander of
as t:;e original infection, though three the Toklo garr-.on. has issued a proc.
'blocks apart. One of the boys was lamation warn n. the rcpulace against
,aken Pick and Instead of ge:ng home d soidc..
we. to tl," emergnieney hoppia.l. This I It Is rcpo-ce.l th.Jt there was riot-
mnakeo thr,,e cam tinder treatment ing Wc dn(sday at Ch.ba, a towt with
Fever Situation In Missslaalpp. a ppIrulat.oTn of 20,000., 20 miles east
The Missisippi yellow fever sum-. of Tok.o. The prefectorate building
i up to Friday night was as fol- and the court house are reported
iowA: Gulfpxrt. five new castes, no burned. The government has spend.
deatbr: Misslsrippi City, no new ed the further publication of The
e'ta.s, no death; Natchez. three new Nicrlu, a ver.s: iter .bl'shed lit
ca:t's, and two new sub-foci, making Tokio. t., o
.a total of seventeen c.ses and five American Party Menaced.
foci to dat;. Vicksburg, Pearlington E. !i. Harriman, president of the
and Handsh.ro report no new cases. Soi'thern Pac:flc railroad, who is In
Alabama Bars Florida. Tokio on a pleasure trip, has been
Ptate lH.-ilth Officer W. H. Sann threatened and the Marquis Ito, press*
drrs of Alabama authorizes the an. Ident of the pr:vy council, has been
nouncemen' that he has put on an Ptwcne hby mobs. Neither of them
Alabamna qnrantilne agAinst the on. were injutreld.
tire state of Florida, which gocs Into The Hlarrim.n party had au ftlet-
effect at )nee. i ng experience Wednesday Bight
The state health officer's action while( at'.end'ng sand returning from
taken, .i p ra, Ibcaure of the largely a dinner given by liron gone, minis
inc' tased n mlner of new cast, down ter of finance. rr. W. G. Lyle et4f
in the report from Pensacola. .1J. C. Knight uere caught In a crowd
Refused Perm!ssion to Land. on thiilr way to the dinner, and were
A Tallahipee dispatch says: The ilonled.
.teamer Tarlon, plying between Pen. After the *(llner was over a do.
sacola, Apaiachlcola and Carrabeile. *tahment of soldlers escorted the par.
FIs.. has hee-n refused permission i. ty la( k to the legation. A crowd
lan. at the two last name:l place,. stopped R. W. Schwerin. vice presi.
,foved by a telegram from F:a:tei lnt of the Pacifinc mail sternship
Ilealth OffiM-rr Porter, apprilsirg him ceIn .-any. and as.tlltod his runner.
of the fac', Governor Bnrowr.rd wired hbut the did not touch Mr. 8chwertn.
ih' minoritiess of the two towns that
the Tarpon had not been In Pensa- IRtllS Of lOkiLICI I1 LOST
cola harbor tince August 29, referred ---
them to the law forbidding the quar. i 0Declare Japs of Oaka Is Resaulties
antininli of the town within the state Pesbed in Mass MeetMg.
arnainpt another without permission of A mass mee Ing at Osaka, Ja'pan,
the stite bLard of health, and asked pused the following resolution with.
tw:em to act with the state health out hindrance on the part of the po.
n'ithorlilee. lice.
Increase at New Orleans. "The peace that has just been con.
There sre forty-four new cases cl'iled wbtween Russia and, Jaman
and four de-aths in Ne'w Orleans Fr. I forfelts the frnlts of victory and sows
day. There Is no asouanting for the seeds of ft:ure comp111 tions and
jump in the record, except posst- danger. The governmeat'a high-hand.
h'v th, fart that physlriant have 4'd, uncons;itu:louaJ measure has ro-
Inlrly been reporting more positive suited In tInaepected disturbance to
cases and lrss suspicious cases. The the peace of the city In which the
only niw rolnt of infection in the mikado resides. The empire's honor
country reporrted during the day was has been soiled, and the spirit of the
by Dr. Brady, who discovered a nest constitution lost. Never han our coun.
no twelve craes on Wodxilawn plan- try been brought to face greater dan-
tatlon, 20 miles below New Orleans, gera. Therefore, be it
*' ,oth*r raise t-vo miles he:ow. "Resolved, That we hope that the
(,'her coair'rv reports were: humiliating ;ece agreement will ba
.hffernon Parish Kenner, five broken and the government will re-
Iro*: Hansnn ('fy. two cases: 1Iayoi asgn."
Nichol s. BaratarIa county, one case. i
lt. Mary Parish-Patterson. eleven SCAS~IIViAMS CAlOWT A6BRe.
new ea5es, noe desth; iytyou Boeuf. -
four cases: Riverside Plantation has D|e,,o|e|, ,t Swja idlerw *IW
had 180 cases to date and seven I ltl o rack.
deaths. lTallulah. seven cases; lAke The ooaference of the delegate of
Provideme, seven eases. Norway and 8wedea. appolated to
St. Charles Parish-St. Rose. two discuss the dissohrton of the akel
deathS; fatterson plantation, one of Norway and Sweden adjourned Om
n .Thursday until September 15, to em-
MIe ippi Oulfport, fve new entble the delegatee to retlN t0
cases: Nltehes. three new cases: An. the'r respectlTve capitals and coat t
ufllla. ear Roilng Vwk. ome new with their government. The rseult oe
Me. their deliberation is Tve Umacertala.




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.S(h-. m~ill $1 ', per Ibottle


M ele'a':1ia ,Sitv, ()111 111;11. 1lvo, fni

voila. I fyi71roi(l it wit, f t it ioi lot.' iti
IWant to t'eke a p'litileY %,ithVlt Y tinow
A gp'nt I W Y r- r I A,4,I(', loo, im. o
east with tm, H'tr.''v m kimw th~if
We"Voit h'elonini7e(tigiitt, I a iatiIhiat #11
our iriffir'in lom ?iitvow' 41ti'.4 .
NI.'rehituit virha, jui~t it 11711 ''
YViice'd I hlt i'iiit iigiivty which I or,I)I11
*ttrvive midriilr hut yng rmildiirtt Iv
Wrecheul try any e'irfit 13fy gonolt-.~

VlrT4pomrmxnanantIt' i~rflI N\,,!Ito rarvo~liAVe.
tie.. safte~rnfrot if.' ir i-,I(Irime 44Irit

11. 1. ~i *ilt

Wrq.\Vinviiivisv4.ci~t~ii vriti, tni (hlitirot

3'llsoa (cu rC 14 the ltevot nu,.itlc'Iln" %i' e'v-,r it%*
lormall 10TOfont; ')4if t hr litt iis'll lull .~u

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It'-411 om ly KIN '01y Illio
lard 5eri~tim_
.,h'Ilit I ,o`WN,AIIO ller.7ls t 4lro '3 I ll
thecat'~l inlinvaof ,I t i-
A Frontier Hons. 11410 eerit Mil..
A fraimnt huir asc c liewki,'1. tt ,j oluml 1er~
for & mndirrt1)*itle.,if ptaints.4 With isto-
bu.omn ,iaa& AMrtineA L. & .%l aitim. It
won Itvneed to be paintitd iuiisethbau n totc
In ton to fitten pyenars becastimi hI.- & Al
Zinc Ihardens the, L. a&4. Whitte, Imhtid. itii~i
give it enormous liliv.
rour gallon. L~on inun A mauitianefI.- &
.M.Aun 1"Satimxed Whibthrec galloon. lrees4-
oil will pointa huhuse.
'IMllhted Vaankenbuirg Moi~ot With LI.&
%s' tiandis totst as t iiiu;Ili %rniiehed.'
Sold overywh'lrr. m oil Ilty L im mall1 0&
Mortine. ?New Vol-l. &lilt bit ers18Iou
leifty Yerd
I flortuanya A froi-,iit i iiii Ii. im i ii'ziii'cost

Cy the Alwelt of His ergo!w.
.",hen I was on the stage. re,
rwtrkel rhifef Clerk MeI')ermntt of
the St. Vrancia, who eternally de.
lights to r~eall 41s many triumphu
an It Thes'iAmn. "I once Jjlays.d Ihei
waves n In onte Cristo.' You re. a
member the Mscene where Edmund
Dantpei clirntla. iup on thit rock, with
t t iu lliowy, tio'nd~ng dee', H,,rxln3
madly arrrnil nthimfi? Hs'i pusei hirol.
clyon the rock, 1'aokg up, at. tho
Igjiaii.ry an-I ia',-s, 'Thf- wort,] Ix mino!"
Wirifll. I pa*eIthi, lbillow. buridtng
do;p In thnit w$ci'p The- w7Jvl-m con-fl
sivye.41of A it i'Cr (of r''n catitvai alt
tutahei-il to,to roe',.'' I vi orii''i t hi
rour'ii-r ar:' 1''' Q- t.' W'.'-i l 4 roll

roi I: to ,i hId a If' lo rpi- i n t ) to lit!'
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jl'fI'?'rt llsi' f hIll( I- V lvk' wi' of' W;Iffof
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I.mr r Mlltit rn 'cow I ralo. N . |
I''r *%li t1l ly 1 Il l ldealller I'rll o, A)
*lits prr l nox.

Whl nh ili i r1'11 to l I',e th1 Pr-'l-
amll i i r;.i ll l otivis. for go, l n.ic-
tI-,)4. tI \ ihtllcroIlIt th0'u llm ve, r llr4t lit
mili ii **xiti i ii th t. wwlho they |olnt,
ilt t,'nil l *io t rt of thought an dartion.
Inobohi, I lii'i4 thiui. avers the
C'hr tlnt, \\''rl l




Crne~lbc. of MOSh ie Vegnare.
It? ''ft nIdiri"'i'efronili'rn I) oil t hit p
11.it t Jrof.'.. ior I3rd' alto. +:it. inii nint

a~v''el'i'I I n iim k n z,.'t j~ i'eai'
il ltI0 111 illf 1 riihhisa. If,. .'iapj',)yx a it'
thit l .t!..ui ra frt;irmwo. I

hiV ic11, a (:1 I11t" if ft o f1 r'tact' p-a
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'Ifa' ilu''I(if th'ta' '' a0 'ti't

How to Li:ten to Music.

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I li i t :' 4r I Il I i) i tiv,,r
r tinv i 1' i I l II i i ini' t, ;iijlt
'h lin w lith th ri w' v Il,' .if lil vi' ri s
ilf i l 'l fI t lt lu g lii f 1 '!' fint, w onull
I l ul t t i 'ailir' iim'I f l \'. I i -, t i Wi' lllcI
fln l ; gr.1t vx|>:in. io in In th i s *tjoy-
In 'llt r)f (ti11 illili .i -; w ill i.s ,n I 'w
pl I lr iiir, In their w(irk I'f 7w, *,nj' ir
iofl l IIlIMit' nIIlli Ph7 itt a l\' r our i.'tr-
Ii mnail |pl*aisur, In It, '- to sp'ak, It
i talh,. th llf, oui t or IIs If w, l0-t
th r1 il4v c .iI.rrIv 1s along lotI.st'--
wf tryliit IIn o1ir excri trin' ',, to) ;iI\ry
th l1insh. It rlinL, invw llf to tl.

1r-4.11 Jt11 111it. A -;I iii ic i it H ih 1)r tr,.
popilat If il.

"I have used your FISH DRAND
Slickerfor I ve ))are and can truth-
fully say that I never have had
anything give me so much Comr
fort and satisfaction Inclosed
find my Order for another one."
You on delf the hardest storm with Tower's
Waterpoof Oiled Clothing and Hats.
flighipt IAwrd Worldi'.% Fair. 1901.
8000Ri. V. &A. 3a.
Umft CANro, 9 IADA

TL.A purfwfin A f As Iwtto to MR.
It shmild tilt caisily. -%ut cleanlY,
%nil out wIIh erp riio Pflt.Ftt
I pr fir a n Atkins 10%w ItI hisut
is Silver Mioy'l ri'..'gnli'd the
wiittii .'t~r as hfI t -tit. llet o Iile
timesI .It ild,1 ii *hmrp 'uttmigl SI114
I 'iihrr tilikilly iothaer Saw. Its
t'tsfi-,et~il-r wirf..tty fr''ni thiek to
Itilti, trori t auuik in., tip. Ihails It
,Illi.l, Ire" Iv I. r it t4. runs Pushly

alill41"Psli i.It s elp.? i

iLeta. 1 I, 'via' ii r,, '
li riii.It-aril'' l th u' 1it ia W 11111 k n l
At is Sawq, ('oirf Knivesl. Porf-il4ton FI-r
s,'fapw'?s. iti' .ri *'! suIt tciall XIhardhiar..
K. C. AT!UNS (U.Co.. Inc.
Lerttest saw Manutactuarers In ite Werll.
Faisery &ad Eaeciftvtw f% 1ailawstpls. Idina
Aifq 4-w TOP111, (hiefr~~ ll nee111nPOlIA
u Imind..Xlit..9, f %mtfil.*Fail Vranl~m'o,
ifiniplile..Atlanta *eil.I irunt--. Wa ad&). I
Alaoso me devise hw-Imso t6- Ad~aks bau

The F'armer Ici'xetedt)) -Say. M.14-
I,,,- ('unstuhh1l'. I'vejelit bin huinker-
ed'oi oi? v .ever)- durn cent!
The Poil-,enan IIrritably) -Well.
de~n't hoVer to mp. yoU 'lico dtnn.
-In'? no mainguzln. pmtblisher.-Puck.


The Case of M l Iraen Crosby Is One
of Tbousand of Cures Made by Lydia
IL. plnkltam' Vegetable Oompound.
flow many women realize that men-
struation is the balance- wheel of a
woman'o life, and while no woman is
entirely free from periodical suffering.
it is not the plan of nature that women
should suffer so severely.

Thoush~andsi of Ametrican women, how-
ever, have fiunhlre lit!'f froinall monthly
'atfferingr bvtaking ILydia lE.Il'inkhain's
Ve'g'itableCoin (nflIlundf. as' it is ,thle most
thorortgh 1.',n le re'wulatiir known to
n'nI i'l ,'i fl''. It 'viirt',' the' ('ontli'tiou'
Whi hh' L9 ,'Ii l'Uf S 1101 (Ii",(omuflort. und
Nh-i,% I rio.' ('ri i~ivo', f 313 4 'iirlton

In ai tr-16' ff 1 A b) A'ii l'-! 3t. 1: I11 7. :I '

fan rI u ltrIj it' ;'.I 71 1. t c 11i' '.1 t atO
Wwn.l-na'fl "1.4 vre ml)'- t1~ I .%-;ih pa7in-
fill or rr'.'7 :a i 'atfj 1(1'

I ii~tt ''lu7it1-o. i fi-i'i ngj, di.'.'-
pro'uusrtat iifl or tt 17the 'a, liouliltak~e
7immo'iate uqti'a ii Ilto t,:ril off thil.sui''-
"1z'i'' ie4itl an d s be rethlvtU4'4:z:'"

'1')7114, anrii 141174write' to NMrs. Pinkl-
hamn L ai,, nu, Mn.'., for futrtheur free t,!-
vir'u 'l'iaii1wazdb have beea cured by

111 / FOR A

'I 7, l '.'r, .lvtirIl,' t"o Noiit 'li Lea(llnr li
iIlileirtai' ( lli .e, intr ',vi'a .rtn; I i I i'i, ire ) of
fr',l M, ili I. r7. i7In f thl C. nllyI t y .ii tIhanl
I a. SE -O 'lI'. 'E I rI lI A

Nature's great remedy for
I)Dysppsia, Sick Headache,
Stimulati'l t iho LAiver, regul-
lhit, their Bowels anIl k e,1.ps
thle ontitre sytste-m in healthlI
,)oIIIiti,,ln. A natural ]pro-
(Iict with a record of ia con-
tury. If laflicted try it.
)Sold 1) a ll( drulr tgit..

Crab Orchard Water Co.,

Dropsy iIoI1

SRel lft.
Removett at iwelln In totu
days; effects a tprmsinnt cwfc
In lo to0d6ave. Tsriltreatmen'
-Iven rfe. Zothln% Amh be farcr,
Write Dr. N. '8

I tgslas o4.00s ON Edge Lno
cannot be equalled at uny price.

IWAe to score a

S:;roe" ti Estatne ,. P
Jui.y 3.18?

$10,000 IotW1D0 to anyone who can
$1090 :;rove this statement.
W. L. DouglNa $3.S0 sho.s have by their Ix.
cellent style, easy fitting, and surerer wearing
qualities, schleved !be largest ale of any 53.80
shoe In the world. They are just as ood as
those that cost you $5.00 to $7.00-the oslv
JlIterence is the price. If I could take you Into
my factory at Brockton,/Ma"s.. the largest la
the world underr one roof making men's fine
shoes, and show you the care with which every
pair of Douglas shoes Is made, you would realize
why W. L. Douilas $3.50 shoes are the bRst
shoes produced In the world.
f I could show you the difference between the
shoes maje la my factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why Douglas
t$..0 Shoesr cot more to make, why they hold
their shape, fit better, wpar loWner, and are of
greater Intrinsic value than any other 13.5')
- ** on the market to-day.
W. L JIeoPOu Made 1o
W es 20, 09.CO, 99, # WI
CAUTsIN.-':"- """ ,f vig' W. l..DTg

)" I'Ihn, t 1hi 4 11.ini .4' .A'1 1 I iA i:@ i ipl l on Ihtt.0I. o ,.
W.tNTI'.1). I ".]o, ieilehr in overy townt whu're
11. 1.. DI),.ll'lat :'hli*"' ari tin t 4oli. Full I'll ut
*e'n; Il r t,.iit fr, e f',,r li:-|.ortl,' iii-)n ne itt .!
',st Co'e /C'e,. 'sel',J; f theu 1 t ua, "ar bro.* ,
IV-;te fr Ill'i*rnt-.1 I'" takn ,. of FIll i ''v
W. L. ; :t;..A-s, lisockton. Mu, s.1I.

troubled with ills peculiar to
their sex, used as a douche is marvelously suc-
ceAsful. Thoroughlycleanses, kilt d:seaegermtu,
;tops discharges, beals ltjabama..tiun Aand loca
soreness, cures leucorrbaia Ai.d naa1l catarrb.
Paxtine is in powder form to be dis',lved in p,'re
writer, and is far more cleansin, fp.'.' erna.ilj
and economical than liquid antisepti. (for ali
For ale at druggists, 50 t-ents a box.
Trial Box and DBok of Instructions Free.
SHUTTL S Only. ree *a.lu o.
SHU 111rS, Delers. BLKLOK
REPAIRS. 1MFQ. co 913 Loc..
R A St., ST. L6UIS. MO.

Large Engines and Boilers supplied
promptly. Shingle Mille, Corn Mills,
Circular Saws.Saw Teeth,Patent Dogs,
Steam Governors. Full line Engine &A
Mill Supplies. Send for free Catalogue.

ANTED- T.' tvtja

w R4Tal I v t l r i *w.
MrilmlM &Inll: II. S' ov.

.1talt rla --n it 'lnoain so raa'v '.)r~li4 it is uftea hlardl to .la llitl,'3

O IIN*~ E Fuk-YorSU

IljIar I F .47 1 -I -,- 4 I n- IA t' : sN a l 1 0rugA i PIi .i"-'

CONCENTRATED Avery & Company

CRAB ORCHARD A r;y & CompayT
W ATER. ril. .'M Sonil PF'r-ytlh St., Atlanta. Ga.



To oure, or money refunded by your merchant, so why not try It? Priest 8 Oa.

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ton accompanied John Wannamaker's Legal Notice. w. L MOOR. i'rident u .* '-- -
daughter out to dinner at Saratoga the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. SIX STATE OF FI)RIl)A. *
other day Why kick? If John prefers nths after data, the undersigned will file CouN T opr Lntu. 'I
a -'nigger" to accompany his "gal" toheir as Executo a .xectrix of the aeforeme. B. F. Wlls. a Notary Pubile in and
dinner in preference to a decent white Florida. decasd., and apply for the State of Florida at rge. personal ap- l
man, all ri ht and good It's just mat- ount Judeofaid countyfor their dishare W. L Mo. F. M ad K.
I "sue xseyto, andexeuti. re stockholdersI in the above mea kmt southern
ter of taste. Crystal Kiver News. E. A. CRAW FORD. Eeuutor, Telephone and Construction Cpay. a body cor-BOND
Booker Washington ays it's all a lie L. F. CANTEY. Exwiutrix, porate under the Laws of the 8tate of Flor da. 9
about his escorting John Wannamaker's of the RfAsta of Ma tha s. Flmr ingbe'd. and constituting the tho e of amijority ofn the
daughter to the table he jnst ate with ta this 21 t day of J-14. lamhn u stock of d sid CA. machf lanthl bTiduly at worn
the whole family If the nasty Yankee NOTICE of the lnoiveey of the .state of po. & t iIntend'einfNO faith to austrwit. mfantain 4
trash want to eat with niggers, why, e t Collinat. above written proposed sadment of Artnedi
l.t them eat and sleep too. for what we Im vneof the etat hav m II of the Charter of ti aove mentioned C- Sre .......
es"tedt.theCourt. under coth. by tim Adminis- psy.-W.L MOags
care Williston Advocate iitrarof tr maid estate, p clrON.MOo
Notse. is hereby ri"es to all p oeoa havin KA. C LOUIN MOOR.
Fetlileers. lebnlainaw int nt ahme-namd estate to er a i *KATZ t WU By l ra MOOR.
Sand flt the same. duly swe to. before me. aem or Sworn to and sutbc aeO te e Eye, me this askyth
Now in the ti e to order your fertil- 1 hworn nl M*, to h Auba.:. b-o this 8th Vy
Now i thue time to order your fertil- i fo th let day oI March. A. D. lS.a or the day of Auqt. 16. s whasim my l nd and 4Ad .
izer for everything you wish to grow in .a. win e- barred. C Saw.my. M eimastex epiresen Junei s.l.o
the fall. Give your orders to cIt.ntAy Jd I .(= Notute).F.el W ILSr10i-0I O n oldclpi a lte .ioIp&
tf R A StNz. Agent. Aur24. 1106. at large. Septemb let, i Nt. -.Idfa.

TIME TUE DMOAT. w a samc T Cmm......er's. ..
Jlss 6. oSnLh0Ss, mbaber. But Caed i h iruWr as Cell. "" .v. at a .....reetar..the.
_______________Chluer ad 3 ~ bme 5th di A A 13. hr the, i Cou t T
the Sem Jn Che= t o lorid.=land for
PUBL"NED EVERY PRnEAY MOALNING. "When my boy was two years ld he the dWL= N th p s iater of the p tuition
... had a very severe attack of bowe com- Wt .inis.R 1s1 Ca.Ns d.ate sid
Gp r. A. LRAILWAY CO. plaint, but by the use of Chambertain's emstr ft LAMw i wIN @N at Iti oMter to the1 1
G, r. A. I WA Colie. Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy hbt |es ..t bder, in front t C |ou rt/ ll I
to =4 aP6twliuianuthe d dayo PT
M r le at rt we brought him out all right, saysgt . t, bt.sthets eleven
Trains Ordered M al Maggie Hickox, of Midland, Michn. ooek. A. and two o'lock. P. M. the follow-
This remedy can be depended, u in 's deesL- -t: Norhwest quarts o I . .
Commeneing with Sunday, September the most canre cases. endv f ra m t,-wit Nort h t ISfH By Jomning our Piano Clu
. the weekly Gulf coast resort train infantum is cured by it. Follow the i a un oand tboe :i a $400 grade Piano for
Nos. 6 and 6, to Panacea Springs and plain printed directions and a cure isa in ti he s-dti known as"villa Miteht" in
Lanark, operated between Banbridge certain For sale by all dg ts. t nd two township one *out of down and membership
and Carrabelle on Sunday&, have been certainn .For =aie B alldrg n iaitt. iSyns In In cout oI..
ndiConi ed ont mUS.ndays, h~ UsnAllk .u of the o ast ha. 74=t without interest: Piano
discontinued for the season. For U AIL ity lot mb 291. old plan. tonterestr wth
The generous patronage which the "What care I for caste or creed? the dwiad improvements thrrdonp in aon est oepot as soon as the
Gulf coast resorts have had this year It is the deed, it is the deed; W JOSEPH A. EDMONION.
has decided the company to keep the What for class or what for clan? September,. I116--6t commissioner.
hotel open at Lanarkall the winter. It is the man, it is the man; ADVANTAG OF
Our reduced rate tickets for sale on Heirs of love, and joy, and woe, NOTICE of the Adoption of a Uniform System of ...... A. O
Saturday, with fl.al limit until the fol- Who is high and who is low? High School Books for Leon County. Florida.
wing Monday, Mountain, valley, sky and ea Tallahase-. Fla.. Aus. a. in.& To introduce and get this
Daily, limited fifteen days; Are all for hnmanity. ar nthot nform no high t cholb we will form a club of 0
Daily, limited thirty days; "What care I for robe or stole? for Leon County Florida to be used for the Mau-
will continue in effect until further no- It is the soul, it is the soul; in sfive yea wih be dotod by the County oa d and each member will fg
ticefrom or General PassenerAent Pbi lniructoin consultation wtUt the i .
tic from our General r ent. What for crown, or what for crest? County Superintndent of Public Instruction and sale rice. The club is i
The patronage for our Gulf coast re- It is the heart within the breast; a iommitte of three of the leading teacherMof the
sorts during the summer season ust It is the faith, it is the hope, e k wil be selected cb members and all instrum,
closing has been so encouraging that It is the struggle up the slope, amination purely on their mer ibut, other fet-
next summer our regular week end It is the brain and eye to see urea tbin equal, the Board will. of course, pay
t to ^duea' to the most favorable offers in the way
(Sunday) service will be very greatly One God and one humanity." duo c to the nmotfavorableoffersin theay wTHE PAL Mr
readv Oeod an o to of *xcnan-and introductory prices. 1IL IrSLI IL
improved. he com having already -Robert Loveman. The Bucman bill having rcontly abolished the
placed orders for the building of new Florida State Col ge at Tallahase. It is the in- .
I assenger eqipument and locomotives, Startua n ortality. tendon of the.choolals of Leon county to do Is an instrument that ha
all in their power to remedy this loss to the youth
two newlocomotives arexpecteddaily, Statistics show startling mortality, our countbymakingour high schoolamongour own factories, wit
ha ing already been erected and ahippied from appendicitis and peritonitis. To .the verybestMthe Statei.n eve ry respect. cores w
Sy the Baldwin Locomotive Works. prevent and cure these awful diseases, We intend to add a commercial department tn that will make it stand
Swill be the police of the company there is ust one reliable remedy, Dr. n the I of a prtl bne of this State better t
to improve these Gulf coast resorts aid King's New Life Pills. M. Flannery, catereoeuofda practical iustb te f
make them equal to any, and give our of 14 Custom House Place, Chicago We realize that some of our neighboring coun.
people a service which will make it con- says: "The have no equal for consti- Florida Stat Cole1e for theirhigh school facili.
venient, easy and cheap to take these nation and biliousness." 25c at all ties are not as we able as ourselves to meet this
outings. jruiats emergency, and we will be pleased to have their
The country along the entire. line of ruggis advanced pupils attend our high school if they ean
Shvkably d Telephoe ase. make mutual satifactoryarrangements with us.
the road has developed remarkably, and All publishers desiring to compete will be re-,
tation service for both freight and pas- force of expert workmen, has been en- brary of the County Superintendent of Public In-
nangers, thereby giving encouragement gaged, this week, in installing a new !truon e our ofuch books I they may dlK CN M gt..
to those who live in sections of the lead pipe "cable on Adams street, the may be properly examined by the Superintendent
country not so favored to locate along necessity for which has been apparent and committee of teachers sbetfore ths meting of
the line of these roads. There are for some time. The patronage of the the l Gno. i. DAVIs. Chairman.
thousands and thousands of people who, exchange is growing daily, and the ser- E. It. EPr.
if they knew the resources and oppor- vice has improved, as nearly every pat- Superintendent and secretary. A ..a. a .a a a .<..
tunities of this section, would come ron will cheerfully testify. Amendment of Charter..*Letters
among us, and by co-operating with the The company has advertised (in The Amendment of arter-Letters ,
press and people we expect to lend True Democrat) the proposed applica- Patent. V
every encouragement consistent with tion for changes in its charter, which KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE A T V
good business principles, will not only permit the increase of its southern Telephone and Constructiokn CoAm
W. M. LEGG, capital stock to $30 000, but will author- panF .a erporation under the laws of the State
General Manager. ize the extension of its lines throughout State. at Tallahas. Florida on the 30th day of
the counties of Jefferson, Franklin, September. I90, for anamnndment of its charter.
Te. Colonels Waterloo. Wakulla Gadsden, Jackson, Madison and letters patent thereon; such amendments. be.
ing as follows; and having been duly adopted by
Colonel John M. Fuller, of Honey and Tayor. said Company. and a copy thereof. duly certified
Grove, Texas. nearly met his Waterloo This is strictly a Tallahassee concern under the common eal of the company, being
from liver and kidney trouble. In a re- all ot the stock, thus far, being owned ow on file in the ffice of the eetary of State Repair IVork
cent letter he says: "I was nearly dead in this city, and its successful inaugu- of the Stati of Florida. as required to-it:
of these complaints, and, although I ration and management is one of the o as to read as follows: AU Work Done Prompdy.
tried my family doctor, he did me no chief evidences of the growth and en- ARTICLE II. a
gvod; so I got a 50c bottle of your great terprise of the Capital City. The general natureofthe business to be conduct LIVELY BUILDING,
r.lectric Bitters, which cured me. I ed by aid company shallbe toconstruct acquire,
consider them the best medicine on Nelected Ceola. edmantaind operasten lmha eexchastrnieandutel.
.a, th, and thank God, who gave you the Every part of the mucous membrane, ephoneexchand plantin than patof, and telephone
knowledge to make them, Sold, and the n(se, throat, ears, heaandnd lungs, la,Franklin., Jefferson, Gadden. Jackson, Madisom
guaranteed by all druggists. etc., are subjected to disease and blight and Taylor. in the State of Florida, and to con-
from leted colds. Ballads Hre- struct. acquire, maintain and operate electric
TeTaiAassee True Democrat i f rom neglected colds. Ballard's Hore- plant. for light, power and other usful purpose
The Taihanassee True Democrat is hound Syrup is a pleasant and effective and to deal in electric supplies and manufacture
telling some strange occurrences about remedy. the same; and to purchase. use, lease. sell. mort-
State printing contracts and other mat- W Akendrick, Valley Mills Tex a`e, pledge or otherwise dispose of real and
tr at the State capital, which makes personal property, and borrow money for any and
ters at the estate capdina, wich makes writes: Ihaveused Ballard's Horehound allotfthe above purpose, giving its bonds. notes
very interesting reading for voters and Syrup for coughs and throat troubles; or other evidences of indebtedness therefore; and
tax-payers -Jacksonville Metropolis. it is a pleasant and most effective rem- t have and enjoy all the rlght,. privilne,' and
lowers necesary or proper for carrying on any of
We have scarcely began to tell all edy." For sale by all druggists. a e:d business
that there is to tell. n)r have we yet THe telephone exchange lines and plants to be in
told the strangest of the occurrences FOR SALE CHEAP. any of the places hereinafter mentioned through
relat :ng to the printing contract and A nice 1) horse-power Gasoline En- "r ir to which the telephone toll line may pas or
Ih I s e c e. "enter ir he. or any lntermediat place, and teh'.
*other matters. True Democrat. gine for sale cheap; also a good second- phone toil stations t)o beat any of said places here.
Don't keep us in suspense too long, hand Bath Tub. Apply at rue Demo- inafter named or any intermediate place. The
Brother Collins. Let the old cat out of crat office. telephone toll line to be constructed, acquired,.
t he wallet. Tavares H irald ma ntaind and operated by this corporation hall
he wallet.- vare raid Watdl extend from the city of Tallahase. in I Aon rounly.
lie patient, friends; there in so much Florida. to the town of Monticello, in Jefferson
A house centrally located, suitable county. Florida. through the villages of Chair,.
t tell. for boarding house. Must be in first- I.loyd.and through or near )rifton, a distance of
Abscess. class condition. Address P. 0. Box 62,? thitne miles, and frm Monticello or rifton.
Abscesses, with few exceptions, are Lloyd, Fla. cow'nt a distance ,of twenty-seven miles, and -...... 1mm- -
.; f fr. m I'oyd or )rifton in Jefferson cfnnty. or me .
indicative ot constipation or debility. Warranty Deeds, legal form. True .ntrrmdiate point, to Waclssa. through Wau-% A .F tT. .
W. H. Harrison, Cleveland, Miss., writes Democrat Office. tf .eenah. in *aid county. a distance of twelve mile.; "'I AL ST 'AL f
Aug 15, 1902: "I want to say a word of and fr. m Tallahassee. In leon county, to lamonia.
alforv Balar. s So i-niet I D r.a Ildi',ance of sixteen miles and from Talls. I
praise for Ballard's Snow Liniment. I Discharge Notice. haroee. in Leon county, to Quincy. in G(ad- '
stepped on a nail, which caused the cords OTIE I r HEREBY GIVEN THAT X dance oty. through the village of nd fravan a.
in myleg to contract and an abscess torise N0 mnths after the date. of the first publ a distance oforeid, thrnygh Arran and from Thlp
in my knee, and the doctor told me that I tion her.f I will prnt my final accountsthe in Wakulla mty and arrablle. i alin
would have a stiff leg, so one day I went uny dge of Len county. Fod and apply county to Apalahicolnranklin county, a dis
to J F. Lord's for my dl charge as Admintrator of the estate tance of eighty mil: and from Arran to Craw-
J. F. of Henry J. Richardson, deceased. fordville, a distance of throe mikso, and from Hop.
in Denver, Colo. He recommended a CHAS. W. RICHARDSON chopyto Panacea, a dmtanceof seven milo:; and U
bottle of Snow Liniment; I got a 50c Administrator from allahansee to St. Marks, a distance iof"
size, and it cured my leg. It is the best Tallahmsse. r I.. eptembtwr ist. IW,. lem-6m twerty-an milee and from Quincy to Marianna. |
liniment in the world.' All druggists. No.ke to Creditors. afcrsaid, to Perry. ilr; and Tarn adifro n oe.f M-
rAHE INSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE OF fifty miles, the total mileage being three hundrel d__
Nothing could be more true, more apt A Henry J. Richardson, deceaMsed, having been and fifteen miles. t '
or more timely than the following, from sugented by the administrator, all persons hav- That ArtieW III .f said Charter, which now
or moretimely thn te f g, ninn claims against naid estate are hereby notified reads as follows: The capital stock of this corn.
the Madison Rec )rder: to, appear and file the same with theCounty Judgre pany shall be ten thouand dollars, divedl into t .a
iof Ionm county. Florida, on or before March 7th. one hundred shares of one hundred dollars each.
The worst element in the politics of ta R. A. WHITFIEL.D. and shall be fully paid for in cash. or property fcor
t he State is the political half-breed, the County Judge us- in the business. of the company. st t cash I Ae a
is to fill his own pockets, no matter xecatrix Notice. by adding thereto, at the end theref the follow. *( L F
which side or faction wins. He is for all kTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CRED- The amount of th. capital stork of thi company
the candidates, but his principal worry itors. lerate and distributesM of the estate shall tbe increased thirty thousands dollars. s, as to
Is to Flick the winner. And the winner of HarrIs D. Hartt. daesaed, late of leon county, make the entire eaaital stock of the enmpany |
pickt, he freezes tohimlike death, and Florida, and to all peronms having claims or di- forty thouand dollars, such incremaiMd or addi.
plcke ereeetohilledenan mandassainst said estLate, topresent anr, accord. tUonal stock to te divided Into three hundred
the real friends of the winner must ing to law. within two years from this date, the share of one hundred dollars earh All of such ., \t
Stand aside. Without principles or con- 26th day of Au st. 19l06. otherwise all such claims increased or additional capital stork shall lft paid " .
science the political hybrid is the State's f ir demand wili be forever barred. for am follows: One-half thereof, or fifteen tou- hu
iciencet the political od S GIIaulI.AE R. HAarr. sand dollars. an lawful money of the United
WeiSt enemy. It Es a reat pity for ae Executrix of Estate of Harris I). Hartt. States, and the other half, or fifteen thousand dl.
man to b de tar.. may be pad for in lawful money of the
godm t be deceived by .graters Notkce of Applikation for Discharge. IrrUited State or in property, laixbror service, rr.at a
Some of our State exchanges are' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I WII.I. ust valuation tto e fxed be th cor eas or by
uniquee in expressing their views anent makeix m thm after the first publ ic aton t. d-o.s at a eg dos p
t he Booker-Washington incident Here Administrator of the estate of Wilam A Nowihn. Property, lar ,r service may be also purchad
late of Imon county, deceased. ir paid for with any such capital stock at a ju.t
are a couple of samples: JOHN W. HENDIt aON valuation of surh property. Labor or service to tb
Adminlstrator ,f nask estate fixed by the directory of the company t B m t" "\
Many papers over the country are I July a., !wa. iem-m. ing called for .uh purpoia.
raising a howl because Booker Washing- ,. By orderof the Comnpany. -


and take a look at our conveyances and
you will readily see the advantage of
hiring teams from us. If you're not
accustomed to much driving, no doubt
our prices will strike you as being
small. Do no harm to ask them any
C. T. HANCOCK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 89.

Wood YId!
Now Seabeed bDpe. r.hema .
The Beat Hard Wood and Ph ine stock
all the time. Prompt deUlivery, and sat-
isfaction guaranty.
Cotton Gin SaW Sa d and Cot-
ton Gins really Repaired t reaaon-
able price. Aply to
Tallahassee, Fl.




ib ou will be able to get
26 on 'ymentsof $10
dues of $6 per month,
o delivered free to near-
first Ten Dollars is paid.

Piano before the public,
)NE HUNDRED members,
et a Piano at the whole-
mited to ONE HUNDRED
ients will soon be taken.


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as been manufactured in
h some special features
the climatic conditions
han any Piano made.



a'-LER. %

e a Specialty.
Ssfcd o n atd.

If so come here

for your


Big stock of

Fresh Seed.
D. R. GOX, DrudgIst.
Telepoh/n No. 17.
the stock in our stables will be a pleas-
ure for the horseman. The showing of
go(d acclimated
of every description is an interesting
Those in need of business horse or
drivers should see these animals.
There's a grand lot to select from.
l'rices are right.
ind Sales Stable,
140 South Adams Street.

THIE TRUL D MOCRAT. N t e Rme Cemb lf m*a Co. keep house without it. I would not f
A recent aus1 of the Madion Re. tak twse what I gave and go back to Jeff.
Jilo CULLM, Pbushl.* border contained a strong caution ad. the old east ironstove. It is some pleas-
S- dressed to ita readers denouncing "stove ure to cook on a Home Comfort. Wl
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. and range peddlers, "now making MU. J. M. MILLER.
- their tours through the country," a The lax.tveffeto ham riain'-
Mrs. W. D. Barnme is visiting friends advising the people to "let them sav- Stomach and Liver Tablets aree-
in Brevard, N. C. w ut what stove and able and so natural you c hardly re- Gene
Mis Gladys Scott of Quincy, is a range peddlers" the Recorder referred te tabit a re indgetin Hors
gue t of Mrs. L. M. Lively, her sister. to 'as no name was called, but We do or lt all d t s pert
Mr. Talbot Bernard returned last know that it could not posmbly have or sale by all dr stspert
week from a long absence, spent at a meant the Wrought Iron Range Comn- -- of ex
commercial college, and was welcomed pany of St. Louis, manufacturers of the r
by his many friends. Home Comfort Range." This com-
Spany received from the judges at the M illinerAP
States Hidden Rols. ; Louisiana Purchae .Jxposition at St. y por
When your ship of health strikes the Louis the only grand prize awarded for a patron
hidden rocks of consumption, pneumo- the excellence of its ranges, and its and and sat
nia, etc., you are lost, if you don't get representatives have sold large numbers
help from Dr. King's New Discovery of them In this vicinity. Tallahassee is ,,od teed.
for Consumption J W. McKinnon of the headquarters of the general agency, ancy Goods
Talladega Springs, Ala., writes: "I had nnder the management of Mr. A. G.
been very ill with pneumonia, under the Reynolds, one of the nicest and most i
care of two doctors, but was getting no gentlemanly business men we have ever Dainty Collars, -
better, when I began to take Dr. King's had dealings with.
New Discovery. The first dose gave re- The Home Comfort Range is all Handkerchiefs, Laces
lief, and one bottle cured me. Sure right, and so are its representatives
cure for wore throat, bronchitis, coughs here, and if some other concern is ope- and Embroideries
and colds Guaranteed at all druggists, rating in Madison county, and has in-
price rUN and $1. Trial bottle free. curred the displeasure of the Recorder,
it certainly, as we have :;aid, can not
Miss Minna Alford has gon,, to Cuth- be the Wrought Iron Range Company. Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery
bert. Ga to enter as a student of An- That company stands high all over this n-- .. ..-
drews Female College. country and invites all intested, to
Mr Julius Hirschberg returned from write any banking institution or com.-
his P'hiladelphia trip last Saturday mercial agency where they are known The Newest Materials for
r as to their reliability, etc, Every range
Misses Elizabeth Worden, Adele G uarate, andc Work.
rard and Eloise Gerard have gone on a N old with a bn i cng guarantee, and Fancy Work.
pleasure jaunt tt New York. every range placed gives complete satim-
pleasure jaunt to Nw ok. faction.o
Pain frem a Barm Premptly Believed TEHTIMONIAI.H. MISS ADEILE GERARD, m '
by Chamberlain's Pall allm. Havana, Fla., August 7. 195. 149 N. NonroSt.
A little child of Michael Strauss, of This is to certify that I purchased a ro
Vernon, Conn., was recently in great Home ('omfort Range 16 years ago and rAI L _HASSI LORIDA.
pain from a burn on the hand, and an used it 12 or 14 years when my house
cold applications only increased the in- was burned down on the range; but to )
flammation, Mr. Strauss came to Mr. my great surprise I found the baody of
James N. Nichols, a local merchant, for the range damaged but very little. I
something to stop the pain. Mr Nich- used the Rang on for a long time, every 6Ieorn ia lnrida Alabama
ols says: "I advfAd him to use Cham- thing in good order. A few months ago '
berlain's Pain Balm, and the first ap- a Home Comfort Steel Rangei salesman Railway Coimpny .
plication drew out the inflammation and drove up to my house and I bought one
gave immediate relief. I have used of the Improved Steel Ranges and it (('., T. & G It. I. CO )
this liniment myself, and recommend it given perfect satisfaction. Don't he
very often for cuts, burns, strains and afraid to buy a Home (Comfo<'-t Steel i, h.41,iie :ffTretiv. 7 (0 I' M.. M6. I.ir,. S
lame back, and have never known it to Range. If. 'M. WOMACK AND WIaE. S ms,, th Hound.
disappoInt." FoJ sale by all druggists. .ini lay
Cotton and hay are now being brought Blingen, (;I., July 26. I 9,5. ,"" "n'
to the city and sold daily, and busineaI This is to certify that I have used theN .'I N,, I :Nom H No
is looking up some. Home 'Comforn t range for 10 years. vMaeon :< trorn 11r.3a m
is lbking up m It cuit me one joint of uipe|. I think iv ('huthl.rt 7. Tmm 4.(ifpm1
The True Democrat office finished last r lomr ('cinfort Stel ant..e is the I.v ArlinKton 9.i ,arm n, .1,m
week the publication of the minutes of finest range made. It gives nrie perfect ivHn iralh iti.,arn ., m a2.o.m
the Florida lBaptist Asedcltton, hd h at ifi t ,,ion and is in good ord.r to-day. .' vTall shasw 4pm (A'm
last fall. MlUS. TAYI.OR. Evia H.A.I. I .r:)m 4 a am
Chamberlan's Cough Remedy Acts Ar Jak..onvil'e 7.4,prn li .r 5a m
Oa Nature's Plan. Coo ( rl.r, Fla,, .July 25. lI9r' I.v Tailahana,.t. 2 pm 5."inrnm .l.,am m.ri:ipm
The most successful medicines are I can't say too much in favor of my I.v ,Lpnrh,,4 :>4 Ij.4m ,ri .4,.m .i.arni ...rmnm
those tfat aid nature. Chamberlain' Irn me, (Comfort Range. It gives me iv (ar. i.. 4<.,m i.4t.amin,.:v,,mm W..Rim
Cougth Remedv acts on this plan Take perfect satisfaction. I would not tal e Ar Apalachiulan 7 o om
It when you hhve a cold and it will al- i ne hundred dollars for it if I could not North 4un. LO
lay the cough, relieve the lungs, aid ex- get another one. MitS E M SANIDESH suna S,, ,,, lay PLC S
pectoration, open the secretions and aid .,,ionly. EXPEC
nature in restoring the system to a Tallahansse, IFla Aug. 15, lio05 N,,. 2 Ni. 3 No :i No N Endo
healthy condition. thousands have ten Wrought Iron Range Go: v A.alahic'. la 7. (a;m 7.:'l,.m Chil
tified to its superior excellence. It I take pleasure in recommending your i.vl*nark II.4ml"m 2.201im in,.45,m 4.4ram
counteracts any tendency of a cold to Home Comfort Range I have used i l ,vHn,-ho,ps,y 121cpm 3.11pm 721,m :..Iam it cor
result in pneumonia. Price, 25 cents. two of them and would not have any Ar Tallahatto.w. 0.m ,,q!,,m K 0,m S 2m hound
large asie, 60 cents. For sale by all other range. They are worth twice I.vJa''ck'"nvi I asadi
druggists. what they sell for. A r SiEahtr 1 :pm11i?1.001 )
Miss Annie Roberts has returned home MRS. 1,. .1. JOIINHN. v Tul 6.: matn Rlm i: ',a Read
from a visit during the summer month (Concord, Fla., July 25, 1ui5. Ar Arilnvton 7 2'r.nm O.41am Io i :am MRS
to friends and relatives In Wakulla w ( I.v('uthtrt 4:ipm 11.aam n nII:am was
county. She has her dresnmaking Wrought Iron Range Co. i.v, Mrn 4 .1amr 4.:sm 4 .:am sump
apartments at the hlarrintoen c(ttaage, I am sure ,roulu of my Nw Home Ar Atlanta" .;,am 7,Milm 7 rram it cu
where she will be pleasedto have her (.mfort StE*' Range. It is the finest Nti.e. Train. No. r..andi will ,ir, arfr ,,rarid in th
friends and ipatronN call (in e her aker and fuel saver I ever saw. My arn iv. at fo.,t of sh.twell .trt, hEinhrir.,olt tr
friends and patrons 'all on her daughter says she would not take one l,,... t-, fr train ,. i,.,v,ni |tair,,iK.s. su,,n ,ES. yt)
Foe Rent., hundred for it, 1o vyou S't#' the Cormfort rl b.2. m. will h on ale at th.. ,t', of th*. (ll-
Most desirable Boarding Hou se .- it gives tUo iur family, and I am proud *'rrai NN o; will m.p *35 nnut,.- at I A,,iRI for BALLA
cated convnhiently for >butin.-ss just ,of it .1. I 1. GAY. ,r.ak f Aln.
east of the liloxham hotel. Ihan teen w .t I a ..Mn7 ., (;...rl lu- An, A,,,.t
put in thorough order and repainted. avuana, Fia Sept 9. 1905. (.W. ,.t nariainhrk,(T;a.nir a-.,r A(t.
Latelyknown as "ledter HIouse." Ap- I am proud of Range It surely is a H. C. ni"'..
ply to George Greenhow. 27-tf. Home ( comfort I don't see how I could Travelln l Paha,t'rnt. A In.

D. Ferrell, W
,IT|andBACaSNT,. Cream YVermifuge

ral Repair
e Shoeing by
who has had
perience. .

an ex-




tion of the public ..,' ,,,,.,,.
9de Is solicited \ "s*** aus.mCNu .v**.,*v
isfaction guaran. Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
Tr. L, OUR. MO.

10 TO I

n I b.tt *r are the chances of your
ge't'nn perfect fl >ur satisfaction, when
y )i use the Clifton Brand. Trath to
te'l, there's little likelihood of your
having anythin- but a pu e, wholesome
yeL economical product. But. dmn't 1)
content with a "just as goo i" flour -
demand the Clifton everyti.n it is tne
very best. At J. W. COLLINS.'

afe and Sure.

reed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
dren's Group and Whooping Cough because
stains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore-
d Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapted to infants, as well
ults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
d This RemarHable TestimoniaL
S. B. W. EVANS. Clearwater. Kas.. writes:--"My husband
sick for throe months and the doctors told me he had quick con-
ption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and
red him. He is now a well man, but we always keep a bottle
he house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary disease.
o TaKe; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
THRNA IZEZR&s 25, 50e. $1.00.


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florida female Colege, Tallahassee, Florida.
The best college in the S.uth- for young ladies. Unsurpassed advantages
in music and art under teachers who have studied in America and Europe.
Sewing, cooking and industrial arts taught young women. Physical culture in
a gymnasium equipped with apparatus, swimming pool, etc., required under the
direction of an experienced lady teacher. The only State Normal School for
Women supported by the State in Florida, offering professional one year
courses, kindergarten training, and four year normal courses leading to the
degree of I. I Advanced college courses of equal standing with the University
lea'ling to degrees of B. A B. S M. A. and M. S. Tuition is free. Board
nominal. Session begins 9 a. m. Wednesday September 27, 1905. For catalogue
and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHREE, President.

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