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VO 4 1. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1906. NO. 84.
Good Government; Honesty In Public Office; Equal Justice to All-Special Privileges to None.
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uted i UTa lor and 3t *aeounmiaa, en*owl*unt ? c.,5 *o a c a .t to BaltiTor3 and JaksWrell. Thae
on the New p uieat on of te Atr ct Aed te the bt of recent appoint- Thth LDe oe r Nou 1Fre t st l mS e "of evlA'trae valpe of sauch a water way in
l ou . ...... .. th. li c of In- dby Gov r Brw a e o Th S? peld f ot*r i )tnoe3 o
s oke by the Jackonv administration, to cr unanimously: ,utive Com ttee of ills- Or Stmb5~ th~i d eat doers: nt1dwell 1 yth 4 ato W prot cd w or vel ofU
turp ntine and s *peculatorsW and Whres The DOO?1e O state Of wlO n chl tne to his saloe. two sMr P^ and ved the mfed- alou am *n Atlantic sel woath of
whfch is therefore forever lost to the Flor.da. have .deededuthat the proper' s^.-Adened 1*he ornwehudren authocram andTueluding MassachusttB and
PState a Cion f of Gtheevtt ll.ment and method of seldeting their o heialst wa osew. h~ .e........ Inim twea--I to r6m the Me B t
M.occupation bona d immirants alod and w" by thetr primary sfrtem; S, ^din esh adeaehmtton to C e t wathat ax
settle atm r t,: And eo. tlvt -tpssanmbelerof o-bfsSl r i attm N. utPvem et twth w hert ad t to Baltimorida. But aiwll t be
Thi belt iaylor andbout 90 milafette counties, g a o to be lled by affa ointment, be- t on eratonin ith
on the Ne25 mil wde and ontaof t At- cussedn the reularht o reen appointle- ai al For they shall soot n be "t downvalue of ue h awater wy i
lantimber that railroad, which doubt ment opmae on Marion and other co- d "sWitd hate wh th e M s "hure sand war trade, oay the Baltimore n.t woa
today Thembra tmber large tracts of In. ies b Governor Breward and theo- .oe r tsabel 8. Trust in the = -Z-m the notple only, af void ths dansrst of n,_h ty
terna Improvement la mdeunncesFlorily a owtiv resolution on the subject was beinga f s..,. k ~k sa t And do good. and k the mot temp ou rtion of tha Cape Cod ct wll -e
to hip for the nxtisadministration repress untatimousldy of the people; b e ithe r e tou dwell n the hearts ofthe ls protected w Cap ftor ves rasel bof
make him a competent jurors, and an Whereas, Thiv e Co itte. do hereby re. tof o&e SoLfDr..a at n id verily thou d t Atfatiec Ao of the south
whichistherefore forwill ber lost to the ectfulr.dhave dquet te Gov rnorto m e s*edpr oesra thI Sh eL.S w o R.t WUnW o tte At Jacksaonville tht canawou
teret. Mr. Colon haa d hadm aughofeiomethin no appointment in Hilleyborough county d S Ipr *o a with the Indian rie a
Stalor counte areion for the settlement ad prmethod of selea majorityheir ot f the said s tw s t th ad 4 t l aa t which teand auth a Wy to a Wat
timber which is contained in this one commnittee^^ *&s e" her weJae ass- aoto. lelLrd, Tho ma nwaad nal Bofr Bnhes am
otasl lan-tolithpd yoetmr en;....rent-e- t w--atwe, a and mtit wright e ao He shall
occupationoboft nAe immigrants .. Editors by the pr ma Dsmotrat: As. o e s n. wm the eas .e frm ., and fo .sad o the southern.x.i
by Atl71ro stnhchn th r e o o f a s was conduJ^.n uhe wrathalhough thor odrestuofttheir d* t t pthoSl b
settlers :Andr whereas There m a n number lo ano. igh awe am s= a "iu m or thee Jtnn eds efthy Iea rt, and toe ml of m brida d Butdt w-i vI
"This belt is about 90 miles long and offices to be titled by appointment, be- hours In lose it- theege meekr w e re shall be oa general cltiue bnuint thoe sio ronsald reretion In with
about 25 miles wide, and contains the tween the regular o ate primary elec- 1 Mo lme st e path r w o amme 5 .Commit thyeI Y un ,ed the value of the canal a
p la he markedfb u thendesee onofurpseTan D eohtthe eord; tevlomm ercanaleas
best timber that is standing in Florida tiois poi. du og a we -apet eh e . ..s t alseo tn Him ad m He shall bring it trade, ys the BaltlmoreSun ta
today. The timber Is large and will An whereas, The Democratic Exec- sentiment was to. a tualir lwh and ot only avoid the danger of neotof t
been remrkable lderint he b r of tn college hic oure ofer toe Stath nOne a*onr! wiked as i spot b. S elah A1oi I==t th otlyoabeHetosapb2e
trikmmnhtte erdf themcountyrbeing a Our Ho% g to wsoaME T foh thweright.
makewi the finest lumber that wFlorida tie Committeey h rapidlthe y grown a m of our State are almost unanimous inmt tempestuous rtions f te At
shi te next ro Geral ears. representative body of the people; be ight'see~W ouhesn of The TrueuE mocralt as trblatic arondt for thiatteras. and Baldt
toa Dn," Grant Universit Chati i emlen isequalto any faor Thhe extnotew md ynes mod h ineestitto tea by tehe prm same eatl io aW
SMr. Colson's vast experience and It, therefore, not make earsesrt oieett emfet reeon light, Sand thy justJudghmentdastheno m-Ung the vels close to theofers the
careful tudy of timber in this State Reso mpved, That we, the Democraticl t nr I on e rt med m and the peoplef,shall sy, Keep twn, hatthe village al d itiesa f ne
makes himaa competent judge, and anExecutiv eom um of our yearey re- ta in.,.it d frr .W.L .Ln n toI an.r after one of you has pointed to fraud in t lantboart safore of the atrn
estimate from him will be of ge at in- d s jectUly request ofev eror i n. O oth. ieur high plactG eo-k and offe *,d e,, shret w .A7Rsion in ttnte Ld an w pa ot t ai ana wow
terest. Mr. Colson has had something no appointments in Hilborough county a"bach- hahee -m to back his assefor the next primary d connect with the Indianro river
to do with timber in Lafayette T exceptbsuch as are recommended, an on. moea h poweral or party the ios; fre t ofyou let Tyour be attr way now neadeng e,
lor counties and his etimate of te approve oy majority o music ath thldren e t prh e to have been c f himbe s thprat of the petrn his wayed, emum-which eed mumxtend althe toand
the C itt Ca Three of teto boyms are o e a oegeo mini ter to h re oe rin miese of t g a of the w bright wicked m isr e anlcon othe
frombe Tallahas contained in this itione a pe d practice chool the e, duhomnd t d Ev ery mothersn letting ou the State waters opnon of thesin men ad th rdt
b ..e .alonei ni50 Wi.eetand.ra It h J o faculty of e 1 professorsiy and on. mn t hotr .enan a -t- rntl. ne and rampant, for round be nvt om time ao
or ne ill O t twill actors, with 16 asstants All the rn e ration t bout election time, you fa not to for canalsitn t
Hancock ri ft alfbacki Bradford h e r cEditors of The True Demotrat: As far "e ka a ben it with the shIne we r that you love not graft, and forsake wss ma earthe co d as wid timat
Sthroughb arterb Pei brWoodwarde b-et Amecan col"g-es and mol t ofTf At homeina tewthat o are oath-bouknd o quelcsherd of a 10..00,000. The chairman of the
u e ththeean5oth them have p post graduate -s frau; that you would even ballad Houseommitteeon Rivers and Harbors
by the Atwin man la; ine, which e is heire ar soevrleyouswain A peopl orf Tal-- e e. in thishome asw h. .hpou g onootho r lo r ofthe io. nre d s uh n Propodedtur too.
tapfdly building through tha hassee. formerly students of the Flor. w- asoa. suited by Rev. J. w. ingsc; fret not thyself In any wigs to A twelve-foot c nal ; dU j to wih
Tis tract pases beyond aorand a State College now atitutending school The ucceful bidder for thug f e Stateint- do evil would admit our bay si ivero oraft
intho enc bet a id ftat the young men and women o to Uivhe whole printing for the ensu t e 9. For the Jennings atng of evil doers ie ad pasAn e ch a canal wouI ntMe
SPrices. e ave on ae this ate, without regard to church or sect. sthe Capital Publishing Com owned al- to the capital, examindue tihe but threcords. se t
t, ad repect o the prosperity of that equipment m the various teld of it entirely, accord to h idepatue owf an things up and tell the trud th? Make rit Not Bell W l.
mber ae considerd enormous ts actvty t ha no superiors and few wo testimony by I. Hilon, but known to both Jew and Gentile, white
compared with the priceswhicbwereToetmnssbe ofin est tl te p- ut et h- r b Tue Dhie at, suhthecommercenwh-h the canalwo
p i loda ubew years ago. In Lafayette al in the southland. heavily mortgaged to the Capit Cit black, red gnger Cke, that you ar It would, intdeed, form an avenue.
and Ataylho cou tin many for t s h v~l hThe university received it, enius Bch an After a delay of severalte 10 For yet a to limbo moral decrepi- h m o r the products the
Sdyro d tismny ft uine sh and from the Legislaturey of no other State in- d an extension of time as tated in tude friend as well as foe. ti
been made because of the a advance inof learning in the State, but our lat wrmed circle broken- nda required a But brethren of the quill, if entire slope between the mountains and
the prices of tin.ber land in that pa the friend of a er students repre- b the contract have beengvenone for yourselves unequal to the occrib and they the a inth sout Atlantic tates.
the State. Some of the adv ances have was lo altyfor their noble and be formrance of the contract aned ace! nl consume e toond near itno. not a For a large partof the epropo ed ote
been remarkabi3, considering the b r ef t ian college which wunbounded wor k aording to its terms, and one for dev ote to such choice literature a.it wold only bei esesry to improve
te in ...hi r r ed te The tyoun tl men and women la course of One that allot the work Maj. Mumps favorite pointer pup is ton therd w
me in which a purchaser hetheprp-names twice -was 86. hll be performed withi and evermorthe State. threatened with a serious case of p M 'n 1
erty before making another deal. Real 'ht ohe that offe by any e word of farewell spot imp on th e hore tTo t at home. bt iv With a Ave o or tra t
estate agents in this city have figured American college t The historyof t.he Where partncome not, one soul landed more [FOR THE TRUE DMOCRAT.] boats loaded withrthe fruits, ve tables.
largely these deals, and have banked th tuition increasom the of 58 per cents bir; the toeviou contract, wen there wa little envious piteful quib are won of the ; could
neat sum because of their connection the present hour has poven their faithno nd whatever given a required, who ha the manhoodspeedily reach the best m kets with
ih m of well founded, and their actibusn on eminently Chill ase earth- mist the thought wou mdering why it is that the newspapers the smallest possible costo
w hs.ales dd dt."Tl crease of 7 per cent; the academy an ,had expired.and some State oilers be. Let's muppooae eome opposing party r---
w increase of 11 per cent; the normalow n to worry John C. Trice and hi were State are and these ame chargenimous n tion. Baltimore would be the
A e fer e i rnm Grn is upcoy the side of t e university wthe ndmen about volume of Supreme made. rhen, t hat would sees e tritg pont for this trade; and Dlti-
A" b n h t la model school an G crease of 9 per cent; Court Reports Jenninte and hia few rise to tne occasio. like flah to a fto, and d
Stag Den," Grant university, Chat in its effienc, is equal to anseond- wanted more atick hm badly onighly and e interesting to tax-payers In gto alla- alar commercial interests a espe-
rank .o George, we ts aoo cent. This most ratifying Increase of then. a bond of only 4.000 was given, hanee i.t a charge of four bit) per c-r. ease.
sten and therefore a fne target for tendance in all t department thore t is not he wincerely cramped the strinmold cra d the fraud and-the true tatyouofaffalr d pertainino i i
tn ,Ik ,l.ecth OOr nu doubtless will y the universally c contract and the exist well to say to youour o m
of 1906 finds five of the old Florida,,u,. ..yprepares students ror freshman But there. where face to face we shall behold to the sadly defunct Jennins dminis- A board of army engmeers has re-
State College boi s on.thet creaed ttendIng in ance during college. wnter bonds, may result in a much better S pilots o Democracank-sngng an --
dhumorou ui ty aund diversity comprises a coll the of liberal ortheeople on earth Floridaeditors-in-chief, why isitthat,ssing signal Naners
uad" atGrntnlverity. Fromthe rollment away beyond what it waforala part of the Stnd It Iuete Printeresod thaten, and in view of the anthn but
s G arts with a curriculum of four years its Pain, nits sorrows, ait IW4 tolshaIre. after one of you has pointed to fraud in this boar, before beginnig the survey,
first practice unt the team e tyea d will ive the universitys- the bonds an on the two bonds men giant shadows you cat a epubican A e o t
r e. ul t eam wha.left htudent wof bachelor w oOn e el o.and r- tiohned lore the ame v o: Wms to w lr oppoitiogh pacesn br and tr official records will hold sessions d i amoreaa at
lec the coach kept his eye on the........ hpo
.oripa tb.y aon wnti t e nal chi c wif sc m vere favorably Dr. Hen e- E. Palmem W. D. Wilona doubtedly b e o for your hi aser r lsThe aof various places a t epe e,
ias n V mm do eh t me inte h ieor f ; itec inatituteond of theaw a Ginburg for heaven full amount orublic party, in daner of bein cracked lety ie t t on edrostet
w ee se e school oftchnology, a school of music Another thought too t n od a silencebeas that of the petrifiedmum- h
the ."Vaity" who last year attended a school of art, a business college, anaI Another ithem of hIou fimien of old?Wmonwh .C.aNexp rn onh
the F. S. C.Three of thewboyse areIAnothrlinkTonhomeurndbe petrldmum-. i. WtonDwh Cn nexprnesan d of the
from Tallahassee, and thir ,. l,;^n a normal and practice school. To homn hi dheveo nIEvery mother's son of you is a politi- opinions of 6slness men and ether eiti-
e o D W c It has a faculty of 31 professors and One more at home! lan, self-mude and rampant, for, round zens will be invited. Some time ago a
... ...lwD....... .. instructorso, with 16 assistants. All the That home where separation cannot be. about election time, you fail not to survey for a canal sixteen feet due
yrnj e oThat home where none a missed eternally.
Wyche Dicke r ht tackle; Tom G. instructors are graduates of the very Lord Jesus. grant us 'itsepiace with the.swetr that you love not graft at allm
Hancock,rig back; Bradford best American colles, and most o !At home in heaven! thatyou are oath-bound squelchers o0 at sl0 a)0,000. The chairman of the
Byrd, sub. quarter; Perry Woodward, them have pusu post graduate-electedn l,0
sub. end. With these-and others Grant courses in some leading A dmerican orI fraud. that you would even ball-and- HouseCommitteeon Rivers and Harbors
expects to win many laurels this season.uro ins t e o GivesB bonds. han yourown mothernlawfor ma- considered such an expenditure too
onlyin athletics are the Florida tEuropean institution. it is pre-e-1feancein ofe. But now, ony "the great, and now it in proposed to see
students oiong well, but also in theclass neatly a Florida institution., norto The successful bidder for the State voice of the turtle isnheard innthe Tand." what a twelve-foot canal will c st.-
rm ...They.have won theL- hin en-- the young men and women of the whole printing for the ensuing two yeirs was, Why not utilize that railroad pus,go oJacksonville Metropolis.
teemand r....es of all _w.hhom tsh State, without regard to church or sect. the CaItal Publishing Co, owned al- to the capital, examine the records, size
haem et.h In its equipment in the various fields of most entirely, according fto his own things up and tell the truth? Make it Net Sell Weel.
havFlori club has be orgnied itsactivity it has no superiors and few sworn testimony, by I. B. Hilson, but: known to both Jew and Gentile, white the invitation of M. EN Mabry
And hrias i u lar muabeetinogsnvzer, uals in the southland. heavily mortgaged to the Capital City black, red, ginger cake, that you are A who hapn lt na rio L. Jc.ks.oN.. iM
and thaseitsreg rmeetings- herluniversity, in her spirit, genius Bank. After a delay of several weeks strictly ready to limbo moral decrepi-whI.. ...... ...
week. At these meetings all the Flor- and work, is the enemy of no other in- and an extension of time as stated in tude in friend as well as foe. this county, Dr. E. H. Selars, of the
ida news is.read and old times at the stitution of learning in the State, but our last week's issue, the 6,onds required! but, brethren of the quill, if you find bacteriological section of the govern-
F. S. C. discussed. "S D the the friend of all. Her students repre- b the contract have been given, one for'yourselves uiequal to the occasion, or ment experiment station at Lake City,
sacious roo of. Br and Dikey,"is sent almost every section of the State, 000, conditioned for the faithful per-.I fear that iucn proceedings on your part romo.svisited the former's plantation on Tu..--
the headquarters of all the Florida and their lo-.alty" for the-ir noble n -d be- frne ft.oac nd cn:wl.s to.f.. o d a y to assert in thee cause of a di"as-
to-runc with them. After elim inR to '' it h larestinsituion"o the'an A. H. Ginsburg, for the full amount. publc cr_, inda_' c'_r.of being cracked :.:".?_- eiitain" Teatl w~
the top of Lookout Point, they crossed Such an institution as the John B. refraini, at this time, from any intoyou falter than eectrified perpet-e;
the mountain and began their journey Stetson University deserves our largest discussion of the sufficiency of the ual motion could stow it away Then among those advertised for as wanted.
to Lua rFalls and lake. They were sympathy and our most cordial co-oper- bonds, or th. eligibility of te bonds-, your declaration of principles would be for our files and to supply back number
fullypaid for their trouble and time, as a support X. men. a thing of party in gay attre an u o that
the falls were beautiful and one of the aton andupprt..______ _rs- men._ a tn o f we can spare, we will gladly supply the
grandest sights that they had ever wit- toep Death. SIcf Headache CUerl. toae in Ino rills. e'catlna if salped. crwe w lgadnsup th
nessed Ab" "o clso,Locratic apostles, if mat-ad-corespondent'swants.
Sthe boys of the old F. S. C are Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but Sick headache is caused by derange- ministration of State affairs, alive or Although quite a large number of ex.t-
Tu. themselves tGrnt. b choosing the right medicine E. H ment of the stomach, and by indigestion, defunct, is not your business your fun democrat were printed, te demand for
enjoying tem ve t rant W olf of er Grove, Iowa, cheated' Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab.- eral-then here's hoping that disgusted pseic ssues ,containinr matter per-
death. Hesays. "Two years ago I had lets correct these disorders and effect a voters will soon see to it that you do ." tothe exposureor the peculiar
T e-eD_ a m Kidney Trouble, which caused me cure. By taking these tablets as soon have one, and gently. tenderly tuck you S.A oftAh Jn g -instin
ev B C. Horton, SuLur m great n., sufferingandanxiety but I as the first indication of the disease away-neath weeping daisies, where the ;o s te- t ta t eng o i ls
took Electric Bitters, which eetod a m, the attack may b. warded off. woodbine twinessome more. L L. b dpletetd atd some numbers
Tex.,writes, July1la. 19 02 o :"1ini- complete cure. I have also found them' Forsale by all druggists. have bemStent ielywandti s engbers
ment an H S.rup, and they o rea bneit in deilt and We will take it as a special favor if
have provd crtainlv ati'atory n Th e t b ad It them tant Mr. Jonah Britt of Holland made us Foley & Co. originated Honey and our bscribers and exchanges will en-
i iniment is the best we nave ever used ly on hand sie, as, 1Zthey have no a pleasant call this week. Tar as a throat and lung ren ,. aWd doev to find and send us any of the
q1 for headache and pains. The cough eql" A druggists guarantee them Mr. Chevr Shine arrived last Sun- on accountof the great it fpu ,missing numbers advertised for in an.
Sru has been our doctor for the last at 50 e day at home on a visit to his parent .arity of Fole on,- y and TTar m other -o-iumn
.l.vy... mForsalebyaldruggi, sts. L t frm Louisville where he has been imitationa a, offre01y or the genuian el
T'o ra aa On the St. Augustine road or in Talm. *Peiu se- f weeks. Tha wortl ltton s havimilar 5 w to bet.
T M laham on Sptember 16th, a pair of The many friends of the Bow;n fam- sound Dwar hm. The The store room now occupied by the
A tenat w..ted f.t and otenant Cwf Uoaa top met unth I will be p1 Miss r. ie
btoo roo t t. Call and Liba reward for Clar who h ool at yellow _pakow.Ask fort m o r' will be vacant and to
look at it, up stairs, over True one or eter ft at Clark's we. u oriel, has been offered a pla1e on any substituteit is the best rem yfpa u ar
Democratofce. store or a othis tte. 4 the faculty of theLeon High Sihool. coughs ad eod. Sold by aldealiers. 11
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TH TRU DEMOCLAT MWN W ITWAI TSML. tIMo AT TAAAo A 9e ra
..... Lo eenty polities hav been "con- We ek to oe in ee bsl, Bam .b&d.M i .guberIber
iJon 6. *COLLde. rrI w rt,. s rably mixed st (I nsea in the pest, from t she Tr Deto g re som e damumi eoo-
PU-LIUK.D VERY RInDA MORNING. d the political situation is still far s it m be of laterest In view of our earn g the statm OdAni Im Istory
PU,,-SED ,V.Y ..... ...I. from satisfactory; but their appears tng to e-- mty bottles or t asks ly. of the Internal Impso ent Puad, we
t Md a- on c a .t M < uh s, o,... to be a prospect of better things, and ing around on. th streets nowad present below some facts from the of-
At o of if certain possibilities eventuate, the barlri bht. new labels, show ficial records remidf or readers
m Mc ---- Democratic voters ol Leon county may that 'dk *' men are nigh that the subject iseme too large and
Offie in Tephomw Building. ornr Adam. w d be enabled to welcome an entire elim. pushing their aul bus early important to be dpod of in a ingle
clinton strot. Telpho No. IO i nation of that pestilent factionalism In the mor that they are working, article, and that we shall doubtless have
S S Per Year. which has so often confused and di- as most V edo-inthe dark hours occasion later to say a great deal more
Adv.rt.in ftRat on Applickaton. I gusted them. Tof the ni bt. Who is responsibltre. concerning it than we have space for in
-... -. Quite recently The True Democrat able to expect that our city and county this issue.
Tallaassee. Friday, Oc~*ber ', I90. has heard mentioned as an acceptable officials shall be a little more vigilant,. For the sixteen years ending Decem-
and available candidate for the State and put forth enough effort in the a ber 81, 1900, the average annual balance
The day of retribution in surely com- Senate the name of a citizen against tempt to tre th vile violators of in the Fund treasury was $5,190.7; for
ing and "the hit dogs will howl" again, whose record and character not a breath are not patrons of these lowest of law- the two years ending December31, 1902,
.- .-- : .. of dispraise has ever been heard, and breakers also encouraging law-breaking the balance was $297,279.56, and for the
An exchange last week remarked, whose entire life has been absolutely by patronizing them? Watch everyone two years ending December 31 1904
That the room Gubernatral boom disconnected with anyphae of poltic..al whom you ee under the influence of the b was ,979. Thecauses
.died a-borning.'", tionni.twinsanameotha a liquor and you can trail down and bring te o wa332,979.6. Thecaus
e a-rnng. . factionalism. It is a name that has to justice at least some of them." of this enormous increase in the Fund
For Senator for the Eighth Senatorial been honored time and again by the Ocala Oct. 11.-Editor of True Dem- treasury have been heretofore discussed
District of Florida, John W. Hender- Democratic people of the whole State ocrat: The above article was published in these columns. The official reports
Hon, of IAon county. in times when adherence to and battling by the Ocala Star a paper that pre- of the secretary and treasurer of the
/ ,\tends to be neutral in our local option
Do the rePle of cnty wish for the principles and police of De- ht, but charges 5 cents per line for Fund do not disclose the location of the
to wear a political bosses" collar mocracy meant unwearied watchfulness all we publish and inserts every adverse moneys of the Fund, nor do they show
warounpl their necks ? of the common enemy and undaunted piece of news it can find. It is to prej- the giving or acceptance of any bond to
around their necks .. courage in the face of almost insur- udice our cause that the enclosed i guarantee its safety, but it is to be
It is a mighty mean man who be- mountable difficulties and of a foe en- given to the Star's readers favor hoped that uch a bond exist. Up to
g sMr. Thomas W. Lawson the behindtNow, I understand you to be favor- hoped that such a bond exists. Up to
grudges Mr. Thomas W. Lawson the trenched behind the whole power. civil able to the "dry" side of the question, January 1, 1883, the State Treasurer
nice little vindication he is now wear- and military, of federal administrations. and that your editorial is not to be con- was treasurer of the Fund, and the
ing. -- ----- - The present representative of this strued as an admission that prohibition moneys belonging to it were, of course,
There are numbers of copies of the distinguished name in one who has never is an absolute failure, but that there is
some violation of law, just as other secured by his official bond; since then
Governor's Message, "bound in boards" been actively engaged in local political laws are violated, andl you insist on the the secretary of the board has acted as
for distribution, have you received strife; who has grown up amt.ng us as officers being more vigilant and faith- :its treasurer, although, as said above,
a copy yet. If not, why not. one of the bent products of our civiliza- ful.
....... . . l Have I put the proper construction we have been unable to find any refer-
A lot of eminent financiers who were tion, and who has won by his own mer- upon your editorial If so, I would be ence in the records of the board to his
going to prove Thomas W. Lawson a its and stren'rth of character the high thankful if you will write an editorial bond, or even to his appointment or
"vile prevaricator," are entirely too position of regard among his fellow showing that your reference to viola- election as such secretary or treasurer.
busy defending their own characters to men which he' now rightfully enjoys. tion o(f the law is by no means an ad-
mission that the I iw is a failure. It What becomes of these enormous
attend to it just now. lion. John W Henderson, now Mayor you can state that, in spite of these sums of money?
S', of the city of Tallahasmee. by virtue of secret infractions, there is great gain, How does the board invest them?
The True Democrat takes great plean- a nomination and election without op- it will help us very much in our fight. Where are they located?
ure in publishing elsewhere in this issue position, asked upon hi personal merit, If you write such editorial, please
a thoughtful and convincing paper oni and not upon the favor or the influence' ond me a copy to put in the Star. What rates of interest do they yield?
Scr and not upn the favor or the influen Thanking you in advance, I am What is the board going to do with
immigration by one who never misses of any faction, in a young man of very Yours truly, them?
an opportunity to strike a blow for the much more than ordinary character L. W. Moo These are question to which nodefi-
best Interests of his adopted home. Pator Methodist Church ese are ques to w no e-
May It bear godl fruit! tics and attainment He is the worthy nite or satisfactory answers are af-
M.ay .ear* .i son of a noble sire; and the powerful Our correspondent certainly gave the forded by the official records of the.
Mr. Claude L'Engle's resuKeitated mentality with which, in that earlierday, proper interpretation to the article board. Is it any wonder that members
Sun will reappear as a weekly in a few that sire was so ably armed for conflict quoted by the Stat from our columns, of the late Legislature endeavored to
days. No one who knows Claude will with the powers of disorganization und The best evidence we can give of the secure satisfactory replies to them by
doubt that his new paper will fully equal corruption in the public s -rvice, has de- benefits derived from the abolishment introducing bills providing for the d*-
in red-hot characteristics the one it sue- scended to the son in a remarkable of the ypen saloon in Tallahassee is the posit of the moneys of the.Fund in the
ceeds. The True Democrat gladly wel- degree following article published in these col- State treasury, and for a thorough in-
comes it as an enthusiastic and effect- Friends of peace within the party umns in April last, in reply to a slur of vestigation of its financial affairs by the
vlye ally in the good work of downing have suggested Mr. Henderson as one the Milton Index about "whiskey ad- State Auditor? Or is it any wonder
graft and grafters wherever found, whose personality and attainments vertisement" and "the jug trade." that Governor Jennings, through whose
The Itinerary of the Preeldeat'ssouth- would eminently ft him for the position, The article is as true now as it was agency, for purely political purposes,
ern tour is as follows: Leave Washing. and whose previous disconnection with then: these large sums came into the treas-
ton October 18; stop briefly at Rich. the perplexing intricacies and debasing For the benefitof our deluded contem- ury of the Fund by the reckless and un.
mond, Raleigh, Greensboro and Char- influences of mere potty factionalism porary we wish to correct quite a num- necessary sale to speculators of im-
loe; arrive at Roswell, Ga., the former should commend him t every individual The uetont od It mense tracts of the people's land,
han of isn mother's family, October elector who desires to see the county may be answered thus: It made Talla- should hasten to invent the amazing
o20 make brief stops at Atlanta and represented -am it has been for these hassee a decent, respectable town, from theory that the affairs of the Fund (it-
Macon, arriving at Jacksonville Octo- many y.ars by the very best material one end of it to the other, to abolish self the creatureof the Legislature) are
!within our "-ders. He would make an ,the open sab)ons; it has made all
ber 21; thence to St. Augustine for a wit ur w branches of estate trade better not subject to legislative control;"
day; thence to Tuskegee, Ala., to v:st ideal successor to tho' intellectual gi. than it has been fo 4~ears; it has helped and, failing to impress his peculiar
the Booker Washington school; thence ants- Patrick Houstoun, Frederick T. to keep our young men and boys clean-, views on that body by industrious lobby.
to Montgomery and Mobile;thencetMyers and George i'. l:ney who have lived and self-respecting; it has do ingshould have fallen back upon his
S mren, f ow il tyhe o brlliantly served the people of Leon infinite good to the negro population of ing, o ave en upon his
New Orleans, from which city he will rved te the county, who h now more money influence with his successor, and in-
return northward on a batthip. unty in that hih to expend for better living and clothing duced Governor Broward to veto both
The Democrats of Leon county have and better teams andi vehicles than they of those bills?
A press dispatch nalleges upon the au- had a surfeit of low factional politics, have eve r had, in the same period of The act creating the board gave it
thority of Gen Gom.z.a a ('uban patriot The. element which has heretofore an. time. since freedom Thus theo invest surplus money from
and candidate of the Liberal party for tagnized such men as we have beennewspaper men al not the only parties power to invest surplus moneys, from
and candidate e ra party or tanizd suh men as we have been benefte time to time, in stocks of the United
the presidency of the- reptioic, that sending to the State Senate in now "The papers" are not "filled with States, stocks of the several States."
President Palma has been "ruling the practically le.:tderle.4., and m mny of its whiskey ads.; "; at least, The True etc., but no record appears of any such
island with a high hand. making man m nemtern would gladly unite' with their' Democrat is one that i not. As to hepoides that
dlatory decrees by alleged presidential fellow citizens in maintaining the mag- Index having sen "a wholepage whis-
darights without the sanction of the g- nifient reiti atns in of mantle n unty for key ad in "the leading Tallahassee the board "may apply, under the diree-
rights without the sanction of thel-g-niftent reputation of the county for paper," that, of course, is a mistake. timn of the Legislature, the annual in-
islature, and dominating the entire re- superiority of representation in that dis- This paper in the "leading Tallahassee come arising from said Fund to other
public by means of cabinet members tinguished body. Here. then. liSes their paper, and it ha never permitted purposes of internal improvement or
whose only recommendations are their whiskey ad in its columns, and never Purposes of internal improvement, or to
whose only recommendon r her opportunity to show that they, too, de. x ets to do so. the support oJ schools; but if a single
willingness to lend aid to their chief's sire THE REST; and that they are mind* And, as the lamented Captain D)yke dollar of the moneys belonging to the
grafting schemes" If these things are ful of the reputation of their county, would say, we' capitallyy doubt the Fund have ever been transferred to th
true Palma must have devoted esome of regardless of the personal ambitions oft statement that "every ote in Tallahas- un be tnsr tothe
his leisure time to studying the meth- those whom they have sometimes fol see who wants whiskey gets it" Some school fund the records do not show the
odIs of the Jennings administration ii lhwe.d into factional opposition to the do. no doubt There is no law to pr.- fact. They do show that the board
Florida. 'lst interests of the people vent. But the class of people who im- once paid out about $10,000 for repairs
port liquor by express for personal use
The Florida .School Expone'nt alpp..r, Saday Pelitics. note the lass., or classes, for whom on the capitol, and on another occasion
to resent our mild criticism of its at- lEditor True Democrat: Please tell the "dry" election accomplished the loaned the State $25,000. They also
tempt to read into the IHluckman College your Tallahassee politicians that w4 most good. show where some more of the money
l.aw something that is not there, and country iople do nut half like theld Blind tigers" are said to exist, went. Here is a brief abstract of the
la smti n1 1er' afeway of visiting our churches and Sun- Doubtles they infest every town in reit nd disburmt f
indulges in a learned disquisit,,n ul.m a lay schools on Sundays to make politi- every dry county. That they do is the receipts ad dbursements of the four
proper interpretation of statute's. We ('l capital with our steady-going and fault of the nflicers of the law who fail years-1901, 1902, 190 and 1904-covered
prefer to accept the language' of the conscientious church-goers. Two of to execute the law. and not the fault of by the Jennings administration:
statute as it was enacted. leaving the them were out here to Aenon last Sun. the people who voted "dry" They did RUCUiMT.r
a i d i f th day, but they will not make any votes so in good faith, not so much for reasons s.i.. of Minut. s'oo
academic discuwiohn of the variou bysuch visits. We all appreciate the of expediency or profit as for moral R.funded 14,0
shades of meaning of which its In- way you are givinir the grafters down considerations, and their faith in the Stumpa 144.46
guage may be capable to the lawyers the country Keep it up. remedy is stronger now than ever, for Uniteld state.. .wamp land ai
same issue, however, amplars to recent Our correspondent and his worthy never was better lnd alencludinscontratdpoit a4,g,1
St.f it former endeavor to "'mix thinirs" neighbors need not be disturbed if the The State printing has become so rot- Total -.7m.1?
for the Roard of Control., and gives ex- Sunday politicians are beginning to get ten that this year a heavy bond was re- BRatner from iln _.un.S
presslon to the following excellent and "on the anxious bench concerning contract fWonder ithful i rformantended as Total
contract." Wonder if it is Intended as
creditable sentiments: the next election. Although it is still a it reads, or is it merely to bluff the pub- av.s.MuU N..
The Board of ('mntrol have before long ways off. they doubtless can see lic. Funny thing, too, about awarding, Pa"ta.r*and oth suandrtes 1 n.06o.
them a difficult problem in the reorgan- the hand-writing on the wall." which the contract this year, inasmuch as the Pr&M"6 d o7 r0.13
lsation and revIvification of the State say.- in the name of the people- "We successful bidder, in order to get the Ikais "Hickh*oee C ial a.se.
institutions for higher education; but w work, put up a certified check for 1 .rnitum.and t .. ai n
we have abundant faith in their ability are done with you, and will not ask you $12 000 and yet some of his property R tfu.edaond Mmmcomin. ae.
to solve it. They are working earnestly to misrepresent us again !" Besides, was sold at sheriff' sale. Strange that E tr and lea l Mrvie I.m
asd zealously but with commendable these same fellows do not go to church the defenders of the State printer are in Ruwm -Ortl isns
caution, and their efforts should have at home very often, and they may get no haste to explain this matter. Area- Total a .7
thfrendrt hlmedu npp n the Statevery' some benefit, spiritually, by visiting the Thdiae explanations is easy, but it will a~ Jan. I. SO........ UVs
He is not a true patriot. nor even a good rural places of worship and mingling never come from "the defenders .. The item "Pring and stationery
citizen, who would throw in their way with the virtuons and pious people they verh that he had paidfor-and includes $1,766.6 paid to the State
one sing le obstaele or seek to embar- !find there ry tht he id for-and
or inder them in the execution of i s ome that he hadn't--is mortgaged to printer for reprinting in volumes the
tr plans. Mrs. Gorham, lst with the Ide the Capital City Bank, which ceertfied minutes of the board from the begin-
Millinery Co min will now be found hicheck for2500. whin he robabl ing of its operations to dat, and the
/Job Printers. non-union.canet with Cohen r Jeksonvi forwhh bably; of l leg4 oles" inches
positions, at 18 per week of ur. where she will be peaed to ae heroldidn't have $10 to his credit. This wa item "sxtspaidlfolr~ vwe" lodes
with the H. 2 W. B Drew Comlmny, friends and customers fom Tallahas. "high nance" like some of that now $63.40 pi Ar prf rMeedi os Mke
Jacksonville, Fla. t l s ee when they visit that city. Mgt prevailing in New York and elsewhere. mewn, performed by five different per-
k SOWaM peiA %tr *in.
4n -- W-O
The I tem and fixtures"
inc ,me %V8.. for pebame and in-
stllatlamn of sfes, amd *M.2 for type-
writers and dsa, et., for same, $1.42
of which wa paid to Private Secretary
From the table It appears that the
cost of running this very expensive de-
partment of the State government dur-
ing the Jennings regime averaged $12,-
484.77 a year, or more t tM $1,040 per
month! For the tweve years next pre-
ceding the period above named, the ex-
pense disbursements averaged only
$8,882.28 per year, or $740.19 per month
-more than 40 per cen less than dur-
ing the Jennings administration. In
other words-for the inestimable privi-
lege of having its affairs administered
by what Jennings' admirers are fond of
calling "the business administration,"
and "the best administration .Florida
has had since the war," the Internal
Improvement Fund allowed itself to be
depleted to the tune of $14,410.16 in
four years, on the Jennings theory that
its acts are "not subject to legislative
control." It remains to be seen whether,
or not, a Legislature may be elected
by the people of Florida that will decide
this question for themselves, without
reference to the Jennings theory-
adopted by Governor Broward-that the
Legislature, and the people who elect
Legislatures, have no rights which Jen-
nings and his kind are bound to respect,
and will enact again the vetoed bills,
and, if vetoed again, pass them over
From the Arcadia News.]
The light The True Democrat is throw-
ing upon the State printing should cause.
the people to sit up and take notice of
the corruption that has flourished about
this work for years.
It would be interesting if the Demo-
crat would show if some of the bills
were as carefully audited as those for
other kinds of printing-the delinquent
tax lists for instance.
As showing the strength of the clique -.
mixed up in this business the following
incident is of importance: A salesman
for a wholesale paper house becoming
worried over the credit he had extended
to the State printer, came to Tallahassee
during a session of the Legislature,
hoping to collect, or at least get some
assurance of payment. A talk over
the matter secured nothing but the ad-
vice to seek Governor Jennings.
He will tell you that I am all right,"
said the State printer in parting with
That indidual returned from his inter-
view the Governor in best of spirits.
"It is all right," he declared. "Gov.
Jennings explained things to me and it
is mug_ bigger than I thought. 'True,
finer a little tight just now but
there w beplenty of money in a little
while, and the Governor told me NOT
TO FEAR for my account, as my house
would be paid every cent by the State
The Executive's explanation was so
soothing that the line of credit was ex-
Of course, this was a kindly act on
the part of Jennings. It could not be
otherwise, for who would connect a
statesman and executive of a great
State with the paltry graft dribbling
from the State printing?
Hilson had toted Santa Rosa county
to the State convention for Jennings,
and pacification of the salesman was
appreciation of that favor. Only that
and nothing more-would be the con-
struction by friends of Florida's "best"
Weands, Bra ses d arms.
By applying an antiseptic dressing
to wounds, bruises, burns and like in-
juries before inflammation sets in, they
may be healed before maturation and in
about one-third the time required by the
old treatment. This is the greatest tri-
umph anddiscovery of modern surgery. /
Chamberlain's Pain Balm acts on thi'
same principle. It is an antiseptic, and
whep applied to such injuries, causes
them to heal very quickly. It also allays
the pain and soreness and prevents any
danger of blood poisoning. Keep a bot-
tle of Pain Balm in your home, and It
will save you time and money, not to
mention the inconvenience and suffering
such injuries entail. For sale by all
At the gathering of bankers in Wash-
ington Tuesday, ex-Governor Jennings
eulogized President Roosevelt, but it
doe not necessarily follow that the
next issue of the Tallahassee True Dem-,
ocrat will eulogise Mr. Jennings. -Trop-
Did Mr. Jennings, during his full term
of office, ever do a single act to be cu-
logized about Just keep cool and
let your hair curl," an honest old Dr.
Win. Forsyth Bynum used to tell us
printers. Time will prove that he was
one of the slickest ducks that ever held
a State office, and facts prove that
knew well how to take care of Jenning
and his henchmenI
W. T. i will do your Sur-
v R J w is the State. P. 0.
Ladies' eI Made Underwear cheap
at R. J. Evaans.
JM & CUU$. f*hbsv.
D u X VM vMA~y Noessuso
Mr. Walter Vann and Mr. John Hum
Col. Rmvivi viited Thomhis brotTuesday
Mr. John C. Tries was amobl hi
aand maany Tan agariends thiw
.Jude George P. Raney made a lyiNV
buithe wek fotrip to Jacksonlle during the
city visiting her sister, Miss Jefferou
Reach the public of Leo count
Col. Raymond Cay visited his broth
era and many Tallasasee. friends again
Mr. Robert Temples left the first of
the week for Lake City, to enter the
Mr. Ernest McLin returned Wednes-
day, after a business trip to South Flor-
ida and Jacksonville.
Mrs William Childs returned home
this week after a pleasant visit to hei
relatives in the great West.
Yesterday, and again today, Mr. Geo.
P. Banks was and is displaying a nice
line of hats and millinery.
Mr. Walter Wight, now of Cairo, Ga,,
spent several days pleasantly with his
Tallahassee friends this week.
Hon. M. A. Brown, the new sheriff
of Daval county, was circulating among
his Tallahassee friends Wednesday.
Judge George P. Raney, daughter
and son, returned home last Friday
after a very pleasant visit North and
Legal advertisements are set in the
style and type required and provided for
by law. Parties having legal patronage
will make a note of that fact, govern
themselves accordingly and save ex-
Miss Genevieve eldest daughter of
Hon. R. C. ParkhiU, of Monticello, was
a visitor this week to Miss Helen, who
is in the freshman class at the State
College for Women, and her cousin,
Miss Genevieve, daughter of Hon. C. B.
The Beulah Primitive Baptist Asso-
ciation closed a very successful gather-
Sing at Lake Jackson Church on Friday
of last week, and selected Mt. Beazer
Church, Wakulla county for the place
of meeting, to convene Tuesday before
the second Sunday in next October.
One by one the once beautiful shade
trees of Tallahassee are disappearing:
owing to mistletoe and other causes.
Yesterday one was taken from in front
of the court house. Another of a dif-
ferent species should be planted in the
place of every one taken down.
d geoate. but als of a
k and valuable presents,
* Mr. Chittendian ex-
mbroldered spread, made
I * Am~%A~&Lzf k" am Ok
m A. Cay haa a very fine
hou~danad, always deir-
iloM whom he num-
e a good time,
W moving for a
tLaImed C. H. Dick-
r Johns Mr. Vison, and
V. Tbey Jumped their fox
abort while, and after a
aptzred him on Black
L hmules east of the city.
o delight in making
on hunting and fishing ex-
07 m iKwI W grea t Inthmot- in t- -.-%0-...: --
Syear ... Dr. C. M. Ausley and Mr. John P.
Th guests were Miss Rawls, Mrs D. Roberts have beeo appointed by Gov-
M. Lower, Miss Eunice Rawls, Miss amor Broward as delegates to the Im-
S otarkhll. Miss Genevieve min..aton Convention to meet at Chat-
SP l of Monticello, Miss Raney, tanoogq on November ninth and, tenth.
. M y r Shln Mr. Ha Mr. A. M. Le, of the turpentin
Sward Rando Ms. Barnes, Miss "firm of Ausley & Lee, of the southern
wards, Mrs. orge Lewis, Miss Ed- part of lao county, was in the city
f mondson. Mrs. Eugene Perkins Mrs. ay, made us a pleasant call and had
George Perkins, Mrs. Gharles Hopkins. his name added to rapidly growing list.
Thi handsome Chittenden residence Mr. George H. Averitt, one of Leon
was attractively decorated in pink and county 's best farmers. was this week
g* reen, iucludi r a profusion of roses exhibitingsamplesofa fine cropof corn
Sand ferns, and there were four tables which mad this year from seed
of players, the game being five-handed procured from Illinois and which will
9 euchre, with score cards, composed of yield from 25 to 0 busels to the acre.
Spink ribbon, depending from a large He intends to put a small quantity of
eart hung upon the central chandelier, the seed on the market.
Delicious refreshments were served, The pardoning board has decided not
the menu being as follows : to decade the matter of the application
Asparagus Soup, Saltines, Panned for commutation of sentence of Lar-
Oysters and Bacon on toast, Waldorf kins and Caldwell, convicted of com-
Salad, Butter Thins, Salted Puffed Rice, plicity in the murder of N. W. Eppes,
Tutti Frutti Ice Cream, Cake, Coffee, until after the execution of the mur-
Bon Bons. derr-in-chief, Isham Edwards, whose
*death warrant has been signed, ap-
SState Nrwal Graduates nesered* pointing his execution for November 8d.
The many Tallahassee friends of Miss s e ction f .....
Mamle Cherry and Miss Jennie Child Articles of Association of the Talla-
will be pleased to learn that they have hassee Drug Co. are now being pub-
opened the public school kindergarten lishod. The names of the incorpoa
at Live Oak with an enrollment of 24, given are W. C. Croom, of the Co -
and a promise of a large increase. The roller's office, 40 sha S. E. Cobb
selection of theae two excellent teach- of Secretary Of State Office Tal-
ers is a distinct compliment to the kin- hassee, an R. w, obb, of Live Oak
dergarten section of the State Normal 25 shares, making a company of 106
school at De Puniak, both being .- shares, amounting to a $10,000 com-
uates therefrom. It is to be hope that pany.
school authorities throughout the State Messrs. T. H. Randolph & Son pur-
will follow the excellent example of the chased of Mr. Elijah Johnson last week
Suwannee county board. a little over 10 bushels of fine thin shell
pecans, for which they paid him 863.76,
Jessie Harrison, a daughter of Moses something over $6.00 per bushel. This
Shepard, one of the polite colored jani- shows that the finest pecans can be
tors at the capitol, is in jail for killing grown here easily and profitably,. and
Henry Robinson, at Jacksonville, Tues- that it would pay handsomely, as there
day. Every one who knows Moses sym- is always a market for such pecans
pathizes with him in this trouble. somewhere at good prices. Call and
Wednesday was Millinery Opening purchase some of these pecan nuts.
day with Miss Adele Girard. She had Every citizen of Tallahassee should
a nice display of goods and her place of lend encouragement to the Ladies' Club
business was visited by numbers of la- in their efforts to make improvements
dies who purchased their supply of seas- in the squares and on the streets. We
unable millinery and fancy goods from understand they have begun to improve
it. Her opening days are always ones thing, in the park at the end of Boule-
of pleasure to Tallahassee ladies who var( street, and will beautify the
have been patronizing Miss Eliza Ste- grounds around our handsome new de-
phenson's old stand for years. pot, which will be completed by the
Sheriff D. B. Pird, of Jefferson, was Seaboard Air Line Railway in a few,
in the city Wednesday. days. i
*. See the twssM t. Chub eblduss.
That allow vhoeadoeo ynevitJack-. hrt pti Chuh Rev. rank W.
sonville and Join m the welcome that amMw. .'- .Iv w ip by
city is to extead to President Roosevelt th e t pst Sfunde at 11 a.
th Seaboard Air Line Railway has M a. M TloasubJ Thnsi that
made the following liberal rats.: Te h o7a2." w"I .el ,The DI-
agents will sell tl&et to JaeksmviUll vim anad uma w ." Bible
and return at rate of one straight fare Shool at 10 a. m. Junior ap
hu aa et, such tickets to be sold Union, jp. Sealer B. P. U.i.OM
October iOth and tor traWA shedtled m. Wey pro is mot
to arrive at Jackeonville before noon vited to worship ith u. we w
October U1, final limit of tickets Octo.- waloom you.
bet 3d, 1906. Trinity M. ,. Church, Bouth, J. W.
S- ~- "B~gm, Pasor. s er d at
Litt Nole, th a infant daughter of 1a .and 7.0 p. MorSing b.
Mrs. J. H. Richardson, died hursday ect, "Modern Missonl Junior _p-
forenoon. October 19h after an illne worth League, 4.80 p.m. Senior
of two weeks. The neral wascon- worth L 4.L3 p. m. Seal busi-
ducted from the residence on North nes ..so 1 wi b MM-d afterdev-
Munroe street at 4 o'clock p. m., by tional ameetn. All memberaqestad
Rev. J. W. Bigham of TrinityMtthow to attend. Th bHe ad athaners
dist Church, South. The reavaed peially invited to woeship with us.
mothr th ine sympathy of a St. John's (Cm.ch, Rev.
wide circle of friend in th hour of h Dr. W. H. .. vis:
great grief. Sunday and Holy baI, holy commn-
Mr. A. D. Zachery, while flshin from ion 7 o'clock a. m. Sunday, 11 a. a.
the wharf at Lanark-on-the-Gul, Sat- and 8 p. m. Friday, 8 pm. St. Ml-
urday, caught a huge drum ash, which chael's (colored). Servicea: Sundays,
weighed a 88 Ib. He had quite an excit- 4 p.m. Friday, 4.80 p. m.
ing experience handling, and landing his
with a light rod and mall line and Yellow fever new rowbetter daly.
hook, playing his line out quite a long Only 5 new case at New Orleans, 8 at
distance before he succeeded in con- Pensacola, and only 6 deaths in the
quering his fish; but he got him just whole country, on Wednesday.
the same, brought him to this city, ex- .
hibited him, and he was feasted on by To eN t
q.A., luot i p~eple Sunday. A most deirable Aartment House.
See notice of application for letters
patent, giving notice that on the 18th
'ay of November D. E. Maxwell, Geo.
P. Raney and E. D. Kyle will apply to
the Governor for letters patent on arti-
cles of incorporation for the Tallahad
see Perry and Southeastern railway.
with its principal place of business at
Tallahassee. This means that work will
soon be commenced on the extension of
the old Tallahassee Southeastern fur.
tbr east and south. Let the good
work go on.
Ladles' Rady Made Underwear cheap
at R. J. Evaam.
J. Emmet Wolfe, of Pensacola, was
this week appointed s private secre-
tary to Governor Browa.
Dr. Geo. H. Gwynn and family re-
turned yesterday from Hendrso, N.
C., where they spent the summer pleas-
Mrs. D. M. Lowry will entertain from
4 to 8 o'clock today in honor of her sis-
ter, who is soon to be married to Mr.
Dudley Friable Chittenden.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your money If
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure
your cough or old. It stops the cough,
heals the lungs and prevents serious re-
sults from a cold. Cures la grippe
cough and prevents pneumonia and con-
sumption. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse
substitutes. Sold by all dealers. *
6 or 8 rooms, with all convenience for
house-k eping. Is well located on north
Monroe street in a most desirable part
of the city. For price and other par-
ticulars apply True Democrat offe*. 84
Netie to Ctractsefs Ireectmle ot
dmeirvtr. ,Mta trss aNe,. ,
AdNnsMtrator 's NII.
T l smuma ta i tst
If you want Good Livery and Good Service Phone No. 291.
Covered spring wagons, especially equipped for hauling Trunks
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THu TMJ T g6MOC1ATr.T1 1m1,, 0 from A Mauwb...
,mE, pahssu T -aI the e a,, a *ms f.Th oo e .Imo be&t
to ~ so meT ata laugla. that
1PU toD iue Ifnltheirbudami ttle use. We
PUBU UD VY lDAT MONOi. T Lake Butler Star, in a recent s. wl not now to debate this ved
suemy*:e s.. qu Now. that the *"bus meao-
LOCAL AM 3 ALT se M yarah" of the yesar this fal-
-OA AMP n1(A. ,The Tallahassa Capital says the pro-.e son ot sa ther frcd
Hon. Joseph N. Stripling, of Jack- otnata.h maoffa 'fo t l It may to ni, ad most business mn,
sonville, was aon a business visit to the ormance OfWof wrkof State nt- are amit that advertising is
capital on Wednesday. for the neut two years, a that useful the iti times of
Mr. W. C. Hodges has received s l of this contract assure to t It is o the oad
splendid new touring car, and is en- the tate the printing will be done ha ,orshould
gaed in entertaining his friends with as promptly and as well in the next two wSA t al of evM live w
auto rides about the city. years as Ithas in the post four years. would man, tat we
The City Council has been holding For unmitigated cheek this takes the n looi over our exchanges, we
several special meetings, this week, to cakewhen any school boy in lorldsfind so crowded to their
equalize assessment valuations and the should know that the State printing has utmost M'W Itth attractive and
result of its action will be made known been a disgrace to the State and a blot well displayed dvrtisements; and it
officially next week. of detseftble blackness upon the Capi- is a positive mad inevitable fact that
Hon. John P. Wall for many years a tl Publshing Coman. If t ve tse a blished in the very best and
Representative of Putnam county in sent out one decent b we have not most or ve and grown g towns
the State Legislature, accompanied by seen it. They have t "pull" and theater; lik ve Oak
his daughter, who will become a student pelepay the freight. ndMiami, Ocals nd evertate; like.veOak,
at the State College for Women, ar- The laws enacted at the last session What is the conclusion ?
rived in the city this week. of the Legislature are still in the State Masifetly' this: That live merchants
Embroidery Silk, Embroidery Cotton printer's hands, unfinished, now four make a town; that a town cannot be
and Battenserg Thread an d Braid at months after the adjournment This Live and up-"to-ste, competin success-
SB ohe local trade with he "mail
On Monday evening of this week Mr the prompt way many other pieces of order business" of nearby cities, with-
and Mrs. H.k e sng cebrd thed work have been done and delivered dur- out live merchants; that live merchants
ltwenty-fifth anniversary of their wed. ing the last four years. are those who advertise that liberal
ding day. The occasion was reatly - -l .- - advertising creates, as well as retains,
enjoyed y large company of nvite Saved is Life.Ir profitable buimhan ; and that, without
uests, wh expressed sincere congrat- J. W. Davenport, Wingo, Ky.,write live merchants whodo alln their power
ulations. June 14, 1902; want to tell you I be- foster trade, no town grow, or
Mr. W. D. Wilson, city tax collector; lieve Ballard's Snow Liniment saved my even "hold its ow Democrat n.oeinto
and agent of the Southern Express life. I waW under the treatment of two thefamiliesof Trmorethan eight hundredinto
Company, celebrated this week thedoctors, told me one of my Leon county people It thus offers to
close of twenty-five sucessive year of lug was entirely gone and the other the merchants allahasse a mdum
service as such aent, and received the badly affected. I also had a lump on my of publicity not to be despised. Its cir-
sincere congratufatlons of many admir- side. I don't think that I could have culation and influence are constantly in-
Ing friends. lived over two months longer. I was in-
By this time next week we h to dued by a friend to try Ballard's Snow creasing. Its rates of advertising are
By have or nme next week we hopeinder tonLiniment The first application nave me moderate. It seek to build upthema-
have our new cylinder pre" insialled *P trial interests of Tallahassee, and la-
and at work; which will greatly facill. i relef two fifty cent bottles cured bors, uncessingly, towards a larger
tate the prompt execution of the saccu- growth for the community whoe inter-
muation of j work now in hand, and t is a wonderful medicine, and I rec- growth for the communal w ity whown Inter-
enable ussa ortly to print our whole ommend it to suffering humanity. For titled to the confidence and the tron-
newspaper at home. sale by all druggists age of the business men of Talahasee.
To-night, at the opera house, Mr.' That Towles-Edward controversy in and is able to assure them full value foer
Frank Dixon, a brother of the famous Wakulla county over the county convict the same. And it is entitled to their aid
writer, Thosee. Dixon, Jr and a noted lease question is getting to be a hot in its endeavors to build up and promote
orator and lecturer, will deliver his best member. Both are making the fir fly, the growth of the city a business in-
and most celebrated lecture "The and rich develop ments are expected be- terests.
Coming American in aid of the piano fore they are th ough with it, judging Shall we have it ?
fund of Leon High School, and the pub- from articles in the Breeze ^' .
lic generally are espeelally urged to at -.. ----. -., .. -- FritghIl Sufferian Relieved.
tend. This is not a lyceum attraction. rFime erses. Suffering frightfully from the virulent
^ .Mr. J. D. Cay has just gotten in a fine poisons of und geted food, C. G. Gray-
Warranty Deeds, legal form. True lot of stock. See him before you pur- son, of Lula, Miss., took Dr. Kings New
Democrat Office, tf chase. Life Pills, "with the result," he writes,
P .illow.... "that I was cured." All stomach and
PillowTop and Cushion Cords cheap bowel troubles give way to their tonic,
R eat R. J. Evans'. -, laxative properties. 2&c. at all drug
*eO* e See Collins if you want Job Printin tores. *
at Meginniss corner,
Have in their Store the most
complete stock of Men's Fur-
Trunks and Bags ever brought
to this market.
Tailor Made Clothes a speci-
alty, fit and quality Guaran-
WIGHT & BURNS,
Carload after Carload of New Goods Just Received, Consisting partly of
Portiere Curtains and Fixtures, Lace Curtains, and extra large and
Fine Line of Rugs and Art Squares, at prices tha
defy competition. Call and examine.
A Very Heavy Line of Fine and Medium Furniture for
in the House at Startling
Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,
STORE AT 126
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Now Is the time to Prepare for Fall and
Winter Business, comfort and Sport.
Cane Mills, Kettles, Skimmers, and Dippers and New Cypress Barrels for
Syrup-making. A Fine Line of Heaters and Cooking Stoves and Ranges.
Double and Single Shot Guns, Rifles and All Kinds of Ammunition.
- FINE SEED RYE.
YAEGER, Tallahassee, Fla.
TT SU TALLAHASSEE
E U S FURNITURE HOUSE.
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Hastlros M;kes Cood.
The farmers ot k.L.smna are CLr
ttalcly a progrcEs.ve and public sphl
i.ed uet of m a. The work whaic
they are now dolig Cn the pajbliC
ioada cf :hat vkin.ty is a striking ex
am,;, for c:ther rural sections to fo.l-
Some months ago the Potato Grow.
ers' AEsociation of Aastings con.rib-
uted $1,(00 to repair improve and ex-
tend the roads of that section and sev.
eral substantial private subscription
v;ere soon afterwar'J donated. The
Co'.:ty Commz!sioners seeing the
progress ind thrift of Hastings has
enroaragel the rqsldents, and will also
1Jelp in the good roads movement.
For the past two wfelhs men have
lien at work on the roads, many of,
the. farmers ass's:'ng. The bo:e
r.', and streets are first graded oni
ain i wl-ne and thn a substantial
la.v oft clay is a led, a (ter which :t
r '.fa.,* cov'crn; of s'he:l is app'iWIl.
Ti'Li. it;;a.t'l s *i Pr.;' dilrablhl and i-a: i
1 '' :;'y roa'll),,l. The farm rs hav,
4.(;natid the -use of their temini. an I
farmi hanils, a-nd farm work s pra(t!
( aly -'.spend(I'il while the y E'stab.i., l
;o: ;i4.d -s. 'Th's farm' r.s :tr ', iit.
awakt an 1 realize the nec(esity ai,'1,
real value of gocI roads.
In fact, Hastings is prog' ssing in '
(v(.y way very fast. Many new
(dwIveings have been eice':1l diirinir
the dull isumnsr nm .iths, hundreds of:
u( rs ,if new lind have l)((n cloere I
nInd l,:ntijU lfor the s5 'ir.'; potato cru),
iniiny hbrns are going i-i, and all ;ni
th,' :. ".-'iborlhood are as busy as 1, .-
pri -r',; f, r the ,n\ n < r ; s. --
'Pin "[* ni!on.
E~g L.arl Deal Colnsumm-ted.
A :1( -' jO I ii I Ii I L It f t1 1 A I
Iin fa t, a rriet0.t.rk'i :II l t Ie
.f '. 11.. wK, Pr
Ixt ; a v tiit nfl 0fiY Which L 1d. il''
S -nt 1, i n. far t ;m, ri
~iti :1 ad utt. ( in. in nare m1_ TI ii'!
l I T'. .T. t I Ii' :at. itln xas . SII.'I
(III, t. i t O 'ne.-;' yi ii. t~e'
i'L o :.>tit 1th Mr. t itis nox.
liv I t ofin ti ll r w r'i mtl it'rit ,11] l fi o
)) 1L .. a 1( l t.1( t '' a I'lPin tr
par y '.xt~wtrar.-tios twatsaftr. U~
hy Ci- rp- it.'. !i'l Iimhoi ll, i nt of
t 'TII., Ow-Vtli!'cY P T,"hu it
Palatial Tralr.o 8con CominC.
The Chic ~so and Florida Lmiteo,%
one of the handsomtst through trained
to Florida lor the coming season will
leave Chi(ago Bad St. Louis via At.
Ian a en its irast tr'p to St. AuJ3Ls'Iro
on January tth and will leave Sk.
AurdUstieO for the wcst on the lEta.
This tiain i or.eratcj by the I.. and
N. ARailroid Company and it is state.!
that the train is far superior to those
of a year aFo.
Cther through trains will inaugurate
their winter schedules about the mid-
dle of January. Railroad men say
that the travel south and especially
to the east coast of Florlda will be
much heavier then last season. An
army of irinsportation agents have
I c n in the north and wes: for several
r;'d that thirie are r.o inf(' : Ipoin"-
1thro( zlh! ai pl ,, v.'oher', the t o' ur.s'
(' rs ipass.
IIn ('in)' .'' n 1'1 h :m ,"'' li' hro '", -v
t* :: 1 i; nah : ipr pirat ions t'i ) d !u'
.o( 'i'- 1., anl Pll o f t :'o hi st.'!rt' s Hr'.
iw ni: put n r ;,_l:nf :; tor tl n'r''
In I the i ,, i t11, olOc e .'t th St
11 g1iI .- I k. Gl' .li ( L) I I I I >' V a .l t h eh t.Iy
of St. A,',;:sint anid the ()sm,:Ot;i
(C',lp.11ny, which has I,t.eo a linil.t'e of
great intrievt in St. Aug,::'tine f'or
.some0 mioniths plast, a del vision has I1',i !i
ir 'l.vid from Jil(ge .Jamn s \. I ork,'.
or, the I 'n:,el States C(ourt at Jack.s 1i-
vilil to the 'ffeo't that: "ThIe cOuri
!,( iI (if !'w opinion I rt ith (o01i-
pli'.in'nl is t got ('nt!t!'d 1 to thoe quit
;' .e' r'eli f r;":a.y Ai it is ()rdit l t liat
11., r"t-'s l':ini : crd'"r hr,.' :11)n I 'for,
S.ra; l w :,) : < '\ ''r !:r!lr'i, ii!. ,V w i -
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lra lt, Itt l x 'i. : ve Un tII)to tlii auitl Y.'
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it. Ai to ;L'I(itt heir c(0 11t1 y' 1 l ( Ihi, 4 tith-
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It Is reported., says the Enginoering
and Mining journal that by the Each.
weller-Woltereek process for taking
nitrogen front) the air a ton of ammon-
tum sulphate :an be made at a coat
of less than half the present price.
Prof. Wilhelm Eschwoiler is In the
Technical High School of Hanover,
and H. C. Wiltere-k is a Londoner.
The process is described as follows:
A current of air mixed with steam is
passe ovnr a mass of burning peat.
Part of the nitrogen of the air unites
with nascent hydrogen from the
stoam. forming nnmmonla. which is
then absorhobed by suinhtrler avid.
CIO FISHES FIGHT AT SEA.
An Cxcltlinq Battle Bewe n a Whale,
Shark and Swordfish.
Passengers of the White Star liner
yesterday from Liverpcol, witnessed
an exciting battle between a whale,
several swordflsh and a thrasher
shark. The fight lasted more than
The combatants wo-p first alghted
about 11 o'clock in the morning. A
credit disturlane, was noticed in the
v.aterr (lad ahead alont a imile from
thI .ship. Just whit the trouble wna
was no! nscortainot uint!l the ship
was within half an ill! of th. scene
of theo ncounter. Thn th., pas9on-
srrs s%:,w a lihi whole 1 oaet 1h half a
l]rzon lar e sworlfish. andii a monster
thrash 'r sh,'"-k. the" f'rcrrot nnd morst
vnrap.cirtu nf h!s kinl Th wt ,r w'is
being lashol Into foam, wh'ch was
tlnj. d with blood. It was evident
th'it the fight had ro! heon In prog-
ro,.s long. as the conmbltants seemed
to lio native.
The whale was lAsh!ns; th, wster
with hiis tIll 'wl wan, i tatiiln,' off hli
antagn'il'tq, nltl',uIvh hP wo : gr,,atlv
outnmnilb'rel. R .'vPral ( f thi' sword-
fish wmil n 1 r:ittract his at;t"n*tin in
front wwhi!0 othl'r. v ."'i I t i1 ar ou'l
to a't i'k him llroi.lti l, TIhe thra-sh-
or,'s r, t 'nil w :i:j io -v fl'l'i!, t'
,l:ilr :" h (.k it I ve op' r' I I 'll''
T0 m1 :,'1. y ,'l'r \ :"m n .* l ) r v.
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o,.Fa'-o ':tll\ 1 t at 'h \1h 'l < \\a :T ll ,
tn ','11, \ w l!h l .fff '..t .:;'nc tlti ; :
Fw in,'!fl Nh wNis Tilt It .0 1n I to t',e
no fNithrr into -P t In i' T I :i'tlp
Te,'fore the sln w'is out nf sight t o e
thrsishor was t\"sil. 1I a 1 ow of t ho
whal.'-s t:.!l .trikIng him full on the
hi'l, Oun of the p:ts-'(nt' rs who h 1 I
a strong tlair of g;l:a se. 4 nlI IiP '. he
the vihaile '!ni !wii\v nrild t1'.it th II
psw rditish dil r not f( llow hln.- -N'w
The Recession of iiagara Falli.
]lorsho., F;ial Ti 7 ; re l' 1 rn,): 1
than vl)G r f t i'. iin th io l'ini ryI of
lli t 1ri 1n ia 1 1. iiNo w tri' 1'.1 i Io-
wai'. i k E of tI ll ,. l r o f l .
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If you can't find what you want you
may be sure Yaeger has it.
Confectioner 1 Crocer
THE CHOICEST AND FRESHEST GOODS AT THE LOWEST LIVING
GEO. W. CHILD.
Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Plans and Specifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rails, balusters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grills,
fancy gablo ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrip*
Uon. IBrick, Limo and Cement fo: sale.
All orders will receive prompt
to be first class in every particular.
Oflco., hop and Lumber Yard on
attention. We guarantee our work
Seaboard Air Line, on lot South ofat
P. 0. BOX I.
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FRED OIISSI.ER. T. P. A.. l l'Pechtree Street. Atlanta, Ga.
W .W- fllDIh l TIA A 01 3 A ttd *Nak- m smatn ,lh
Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, TinwI, Wagonm
Carriages and all Kinds of Agricultural Implements,
Sugar Mill* and Kettlen, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-
plles, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-
tors, Builders' Suppiles and Sporting Goods.
AIR LINE ]RAILWAY.
AND]A TA''L \NTAi'.\
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T"iE TRUE DEflnCRAT. CONFESSION BY RAWLINGS
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Iftllahed Kvevy FRIDAY Morning.
EVANGELIST RIPPED UP,,
RCT. Stewart Cast Slurs Upon Meth-
odist Pnla1tes and is Scorel by
A i' .mv ",tisit of ifut. f'jIoistnn
(' nferrj- #)' thu, flit':'bE 'ii~it fp., r coi.uai
Tenn., waintiruitwigh.ito t iginj at-u pt. endr
jug Fatur'!ay afterriloon Iby a well
I notwn mWwr (f'rudt:c conerflelnfci
dr~penly 1y lf:ioIjI(-riei i t; U alikf. f't8ill
M~atf'i,-ie ft:4 madette y j-vangilIuxt George
Rt. Stuar-'. ir' an urinnItt"'1 i srfceh i!.
which tit i( i. tling~y nrraigntd a prron;-
Jti-v. Mr. Stiuart w,,s exp~rusiflng hffi
f;4f' il lynsrIt of ni lin N? *14who firear*nll
fi l(1 'I to tI I'.t', blat'o l hpnt'II and i r''
if rr'i If o -v'If' lhop a.rlWit 11tH uIt,I:'
ha vingco' i~'' a roorni gat a horns,
whi'rifoot heyi-'ro.'ro'e ir y ontut fit il,
arid it)( I Id y(of I he 1 'it its, H hoi% In"(
arlrh, h. k, u11114, Wm In fii'h ra i,11d
ronfi~1tlon from il~t. 11"e I.f toi.Facro HIMi:
It wag no,'e'mmnrty to tahs' I ht- ( rir'v:rr
uip and rfefitrwr the! room.
"Titi( ro'rn looked as thmiomh It I'et
be'en oe( ,aplud'flby ?ioysrx rher thrin
men. and I teil you, bre'thrfen, thim 1:4
a disgravo, to the church andi yo-ir
call ing. rhiv lady Itomlmi.me s.ewoui I
never entertain another bludisol andi
his (onfervr'nce, arnd I don't hIlam49
He throw hot shot Into the 11sf' of
thip lencling xslimiiant at soda ftiiini.
Ulalsan it lievi-rage, which, he say#s.
]A a etirse to otir yotinilc mfu And
Is deatiichning thicr rn(Wal and nmoral
vitisirem. blidld I iindridn'tinng I hs'ir
health an Ire-ntitrinx Ihe'rri unfit. for
the res irdilel- po. loNIlfng of]Iife,,
Ie I. Ihen uoff.'rv I n rf'HoloiI Ion e(erfl
mnrndtnig the' ua'hiliftlIoni arty In '1'i-n
Tit'55f'f'for to-In pof'rictne' e los4Wlai i)
which w~i~tm finlly gsinaveui y a major
iI~v of I hnr'" votes.
'rdit 'IIuI ;It''11 I tIl fJInV. F Iil tull 141-1,'Vi-
rd Nit hintil %)I IY tim Oto ~lhivihoj
fiuerIks of II' lt n.: ,iI h
o r Ii l, 1 1.1, "iit I n I ,I lilt I I.- v
ridfr l 1qr lit1 te t itilfI i n I. ta-1 u0 r :11111 ii
Iri tlrt14) 111 it II i- tll'.,, 4 11 fld 'tir l it
Ill. sik uw.Im tii t,, II ',I ;i Jqo r t i.
tlor o-bi, i t ri-i t if)imii il t id 1)imt i ~ iv,:Ii
It IIr I)IIin -I- iII n'l I ,t Iw tti!it. o Ii i -rI ri L,
fllly (tI faRI P3IO". Thl 1W RF~
Nineteen New ('as etandlfive Death. Setur-
dnm-- To I ill Qonrantines.
T Ihi' < ift( : it i ipart inl Ne.r O-. ( l-uii'
T h, I Ill i :,1 f r : i iA| t' t I l :i .
i -lr s f .t i ; it l if, it :' tn i t' i ', i
troel- ii(''I n ni,. i:t i i l i .''l n li i
T he tl, ih i t.i tI 'iti, i f t l' i ,
port Ir thi t ,)ily ),, \, 11 (,f th,, new
t Ie' B r v \\ I w11 t l I i ll t t 1 1 '. l lm t
fliv fei e r l ;1n1 l lh. I |,- ii p <,.idl, r
iti 'or hins hi,' i i Ai 11 I
M alliy'i t it l fri i.t , l y L. ne
tIi rfilltn ,, i |I it I, i tl w t li
M11 11 of tI I p. A 0 1a \1 .1 11 .*4 1 1
"o' 'lhl s I tI is I .1' I It s Ii i I, i t I t, 1
Hit-porft 'I III !, ,< iritra wM, r, \ 'i
IUtKh I'I'lt i r |'u- Ir'ntii 'ltl lf I
w ort," V 14h i l rg:. f i $, I ll.%k.,.
Natch' r'. ithi)'' tnr w f'n ". I','it <;It,
iflln, thllr"' "' W 'AI1 n, i ti' t Ih
PORIIt4 D 1AIR (01111 10 .10osF.
Attendance on lewIs and (lark Ifpnsition
Reached raend etalof n 2,54.,509.
Wh'enll thh g(slt 'u f the iqA'wls nawol
Clark expilitt oli' udIt l at 'Im 1ItIll.
Orlegn, at 1 oe'i'iwk H'ultiay inornltiu.
a total attendance of 54,111O for the
flay had bei'n tltola'treil, Inmiking the'
grand total for the entire, fair nerlt nt
Clever Work. of Detective.
In examining a jeweler'a window In
Oxford street, lndon,. which had
been broken to permit of the extrac-
tion of Dine watches, a police sergeant
noticed a little blood on the glass.
aIter on In Bobo he observed a man
with a rut finger, so he arrested him
and found the stolen watches In his
O!d Ian Adm;ts Hiritg Alf eo re. to
idl Carter and Tries to Shlea
Sons From Blame.
A consiierable sensation was creat-
ed in Viado.ata, Gecrgla, Monday,
by the onfesson of J. G. RAiw.-
Ings, in which hie ackrow.edged thtiL
he hire] *Le conderra.ed accompli e,
Alf Moore, to kill W. L. Carter.
Itawlingi attemnlp' to clear his sons
of conpil';lty In the aisilri.a ion of
the Carter c.ialdren last Juae, an.l
while be : dmits hiring Alf Moore to
"put old aor: Carter out of the way,'
he still contends that neither one of
his .ons 'wva present or had anything
to do with the tragedy.
It han been rumored for several
days that the elder Rawllngs (oniteiu
plated c(onfeaninx hin .art In the ( rim",.
anl once or twihe In couversatilon wit:i
vihitors to the jail he was trapped l
i:ato alle;g.'l IncriminatingK adml~2iori.
1ill, action Monday, however, was < n
Sir ly voli;nt iry, unl< m at ,be that ti-.
wa.M ,ip r e'tiod I to tihe course by hi.;
wif', who, It has LhA'en freely .'ateld.
amvi to sI,. him for tlt-e purose( ofi
tr,i'ng to t tt him toI hoinliel'r the re'-
t41 ornlbilllty for theR a sianlnn; iorin awl
try to ,iv. his hmson from the gal;,i%s.
RIawllngu o'ent word to Hheriff P'axs
nmore that i', wanted to make Stai -
ine'nt, and agked the ofmer Ito 'Oono'
up to the 'ail and bring two or thrin,
gentlenmen with him. Tho sherlff did
noi, and three
tfr, Tube Swindle and a newspaper
reporter. The condemned man talked
for more ''Ban half an hour, and start
e'd (nit wi*h a history of his troutibl
lie said that the deal with Alf
More to kill ('arter was mad,"
through J')', Irntly, a n egro, who wtas
trle:l for rompl)l!cIty In lthe affair, biut
who came plear. He stati,,l that Moiori
wa Kgiveni piltle inhierri ctlinsiinot, to
harm th(e .hlllret:i thi ('art
program., 1nd (Ican 'e aiho t, o Itawi llg-;
t'ysH Alt f Moore toll Ii ttlly, li, ii ,-' i
the little ('artr xboy ran into thi, \;irl !
with hH4 rifle .Mo -li'e laiutln ,.; lthail ti
fill' I' hiln I n i'Ilf I,' i '1:
$1 tW: ig4 11V-( 4 1h4 i 1 41t 1
M1 Irr ', w *;It to ( ',ir' i' I )liii *I i *'
SI i i II, trill | r hI ir t I ,'!Im';I m' t'1
: .i lit f l I ;1 i i t i l i \1 i i i I i
'If I i 1, 1 11 II. t i I : r'i r' I
li l i I; ni ty in ir i > I 't II <' < r" \\ f
.1 ills c lh l 'd i t;f! in ; I T 1 r \\* ,r .
'it in li liti l I b hIl l, e i. u i
.' 'ti,'. r I l ut iit, I'l wthm lT ri'i my l s:" l
1t lt It ulii i h i l i i r 111 111' i l ii< g'r. .
i\ ,il rIIiri' I e M ,IP Il.r< >pre' is nt'il 1.1
t ., Jail itA th **,. ':,l r (L iwilli ns pro ,
,' '*,l l w ltl.h hlV :o -ry. i N* wI p|t hl' i
,'irly nH h.' ,lflih dl h He ,)tory of th,
,. ii-i rien," maI "If I lav n()i told you lth I trnlh I
hIopI n iy never mve to get o(it of
"\VWho h.ledil Moor(,e to do thle lll-
Ing'" he *vns asked.
"Notiody -he wa by hiImself. an'}
t'r n 'vrr lI;)tight )f brln;'lig mi y I1oy,y
Intl) 1 I In' ll lfl r th 'y r rt' nrIit 's
It W'litiv Is ail nilroln lt llo ,'r am ltl
lil'4 t ;i ,'t l ,'iin w%% A d # ll\ ,r,,ld w 'T i
j iI II "'I f 'l ;'ig I l,'ft li i y t lln6t'. ( ill
iir' 'ti'l w .tI thir crim ,' ,niii^ plull wi "!
I iI ng !the r,<', t'l! l iv ()'.l,,r n 'n, .1M i'
'da w., l a, I n tl.r nal )innl nlll t ell.
lir '\ r lftl rre l 11 w iil.
Mtcilbere ul Philidelphin ( lub Receive lotell
Suim nl $14,9AO.9%.
s it a r11 i I arl f(r it-m itingI tIe Ati:'Aer
l, ill l 1 'il ,'Oa hl.ts 'l),lll t ]lallta hl' n hll;
I' iu4d1elph .l '1 (. hu ave ,'ln ir'ie',t'P
I.131 (1 to Ibe ,llvlb!,'dl eIltally among
tlhe nru .n. TitlN IM the naii in, t of thP
l'hlindelphin chilih's portion of the re-
.'Vip s for thie firmt fota gnlamp of the
,t tlnl'n -rhamploniihiip emrl,, with the
Ni'w York Nationtl I.ivxI club. Thi'
I'lillndelphia players also recl veit
I $I..f9.4ft s their portion of the re.
coip;:1 of the world's serlids alloite'l
to Ihuat lii), the national (onimmssloi
CARNIGIL M10 E A NSN Oa t CI.
Te tHerek Heroes ere Rewerded by Con
umiaiee at Pittbeurg.
rhe ('arnegle hero fund commisalso:i
met in 'ltttbutrg,. Ia. Monday aid
awarded "**. medalI s follows: Wid-
ow of IDaniel Davin. Cleveland; Wadit
II. Pluntml.". I.amr. ,. C.: Michael
A. Doyle, ('snads; Maude Tlus. New
ar;. N. J; Mrs. Sidle I.. Crab. Vir-
pgians; Mirs Anna Ctinningham. Savan-
nah. Cla.: William C. Brune. Sandusky.
Ohio; Ar'hur J. Oottachalk. IjneCa
ter, N'. Y.; Oeorge r. Russell. Neor
london. Conn.; Arthur A. Rose, Fox
High Court Turns Him Down in
Celebrated Chaingang Case.
SUSTAINED ON NO POINT
Tribunal Did Not Even Take Trouble
to Write out U.CsionD--Scttics
A Wasali.;goa d slpat;h says: TiL'.
wei, knowaj WIrmb s-Jam;aon cabe,
from Macon, Ga., wah eclded in tIII
supreme court Mcinisey. The, action ,.
Judge Emmo;y ip',* r of the aouthe..
ledcrsl d:itlae ot Lf G.o:gia, wab re
iLibsei an I t, ( c.A.- r,.,iijnded. T.iQ
atICL OL 'A.h is toi0 phold tui rrccuJ j
' coLurt ( Mat (:..
E}. A. \Vums ,.-., .., np-rlnte,.d n.
of LISt' dJl 'J LUL.O ilu i .Jillgdk..g.
'I l S 1 h i ll ;,h < a..'' .1 wIICI. Luitilted
SLdtis Ju';jie :!I' 'ir lllt' 'ire:.1l WIl,;I
thLe s.j ltei:ce o ( f .i i.
of .MiJuon, to wuir on t::,e streetsH.
"'lii: opinllin u lo I ith, (io rt, rendere'l
one weoiK from thi: day of argniuienlI,
was llie o::easioln <-( t-iite s u:pri ie. It
was ((o.tillned inu a few words only,
and (oitrar:. to .ihe uiual ( ustomi, wasi
not even reduced to writing.
Henry .Jamison was arrested o'a
March 13, .904, ozi a charge of being
drunk and disorderly, and being tried
before tne recorder of the city of Mqi-
con, plead guilty and on two counts
was sont-.*iced to p;ay a fine of $60
or be (con ritted to the county chain-
gang for "'10 days. Four dayH later
the prisoisr r, instead of taking advan-
tage of th'" iiiiu al r'nmin liH under llth
staul layw, I resrno' I a petition for a
wilt of htal'-ca oripi.is 'ciii n causa to
Juilgvi Spo-er of ItIh I ri-ral <(fuirt, at-
I'gingi thia' his aurn s a.lan p.n1ii eTili n;ilit
wv'r'r lil'lg jl, b
ht \m l;. l J L.". h ilot s I XJ )lllli -,tl
1ll lit I ll \ lnlbltt.OIl 01 t
l 'lt I . t I l In l It, ll l .1 ',
1'" i H itt ,' i i | i': .' *- i li r t ', in ; t
I11' 1 f 1 a ih* ::, I 'th II l i ," 1 i\ l ) 'i | '* 1
ft i~1.' .l 'i l i i 1, l j I
t ') 1l ; *,i' E .m l, i 11;:' int it W iiit )i li i (I I
ill ot, 1r a 1t, i' l lws."
a lt t (I 1 i i. p :4, .- i o f l1 I' it ld \ ,' I
In. h il t. )'. i s |iI; r;Iill ri t a Jil "n t i l
i'h lar t a .1 llow.
t 'iio I hi '.t1o l sttitf'a r l i' t rit h i m f
h rgst )ol n i a 1 :n W' of law nlas <')r-
,r fllisr )h* r, -.11: ll li t ;1 h ,l hI il tl
reI pond ar in t# .',i lf)o'll r it )o rt, w'e11
of itt uln arY xtso' shou, ithe ri tl'liiied
ovthe charn'it h and should noIt ve d. .
pr vle11.l '- .' thI] l:iw of Ith W I Lt,,.
'"T'h t th0 i .l, dhll 110ot 1ni)('rat!vPy
,', :;.. I i 1, -, '. r- ;, ,.' %i % F.rit i f
"'' t l n \ i 'l \ ;. th lr il trrrmi' II
tli) 'It t I ti i ;: till t I llti '' th e i' n()
stltlltit ,, (, f Ij t) l 'l.;t, |l o ift s, i' WI1S
ap; :t!I I ni tihi f(dl-rail suliprln.
( i;i t, w l 'it i''I rI lr lI a rir :, ly ::t4f ol
Thit il>n i'l i nt i rn ia:n t- h w:; f fif hi t,-
f" ; ('I):' I)I I ;III | 1 ll lll'.:1 F"1 h 1 i 4 l' li I.
ifAin (iiIliM i u t 11 t Ia tr I I (Ior u t I ti r it li'
proc' s'-' ; ltilt (,(n: rI; ':s. innld thi ri !v
thih t it .l I I' i.) It bvy I a1,t l t m )r i .J i ".
f'lilloit I"i ili i l-iin(;it. i u t r rtIry I ti it:'
flfth t lln'i ndlieI l-o the I ;'" l |fitio,.
w o'llii h1:1\ !'eot, "'.' hll ,ed. I
A (OWlDIG( ItIVIN1D TRIAM.
Seaset;on IoUge~o Neering of O0teen Mur-
der C*e* et St. Augustine.
Tie prelirltinary trials of the foair
()iteei t brotherr, n iuseid of the mnir.
der of (GO >rer and Elilwarl ('arte'r. at
NMo'iltrie. Pla.. was I'eI in St Augtus
Jlude' Mackay dor'iled hto hohl all
tho defendants under $1l.1l00 hiuid ,achi
to answer *neh indictments as may heb
found at tlhe November term of the
circuit co irt. The fifth brother. James
Oahst.n. hts not yet been captured.
A e'nsatlonal affair grew out of the
trial shortly after the court adjourned
at noon. lmouls Mle ler of Diego at
tacked and severely oewhidel Perry
(reene of Moultrle nrfore the affair
was stopped by outsiders. It was sald
that Micl ler had been bl Icr against
Green for : ear on ccotmnt of a In.
sulting letter Oreen la alleged to have
written to his wife. The two attended
the trial iad the cowhidlag followed.
so@U A.S ~ C3
SUP 50 S 1" *3*6K IN AN EVALSIl.
bse' As% A..u~s&adCT7V OsWeal ...'. mls.'1
I leeyear WUT T 3@3N'T uN.
A. W. DeOMwr. 3.0.. KasuteW Me. Bdssafld, No
For Your Family and Your Horse
The Best Antiseptic Known.
TRY IT FOR
Price, 25c., 80o. and 81.00.
Dr. EARL 8. LOAN,
615 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
Taking His Turn.
The other day, as I was .walking
along the Strand, I alinm st ran 'i:to
the arms of one of my n'!! parishl.i):-
era from a parish In the nir''h of
Yorkshire. lie was in gala dress.
and looking radiantly happ/; and
pleased with himself. "Hal!op, Mr.
Blank!" I said, In greeting my friend.
"and what are you doing In town?"
"Oh," said he. a bit bashfully, "I'se
on me honeymoon." "Dettr me!
That's Interesting news," I said, "and
I am sure I congratulate you heartily.
But where Is the bride?"
"T'misaus?" said he; "oh. sho
couldn't come. Her mother was tak-
en bad on t'wedding day, and she
had to go and nurse her; soa I thowt
I'd come honeymoonin' mysel.' Ye
see, sir, It was t'chance of a lifetime,
and I warn't goin' to miss t."-Subui%
ban Vicar In Tid-Dlts.
)earnfesse Cannot lte c(iredl
by 'nloetalappil't-tloounaR tIhy ou>ltli t reioaththq
ilumedl|rftiouij tuetuonar. i. hereo L uuly oni)I
way Ito 'ur' iiiarrliiw'te, imt t ltu t is tqy tc laili-
tli' t l0.mLll| roiiiad ,ill, . nl .' t i t ,'ittu '-d by lut
llrlit'll"d >'int ll V .it l'u ( it im ttIl ,ui l ls Ii ').
tir,' r.istnll linU 1 i t)l. ih'. 'tIi tilll)* li't-
Ilamnt I yon v liv" :k .'Lruinl glri, uni-'juId ,iir inpii r-
Il i'. i r.'l riiin In wl i '' m i t It\ ,a i ir'':y n Ii..i' l
j I I I". i u 11Iit ro*4 l t, l I ii tlnll It. ititi t 1 11n 1-
l ,l i-) A ll ] l ) i t fll U 1111 4I tt lH I' l *.
i'i, )' I l Iain. l l iii' ult ai'. I n, I, ,.rI, II .n Z Vi
(,**if, r ,y l, |" 'V, '. .\lnr i'- nut "t' I" t
f in ti i' l i r a, r, n lt 'I r iii-- lia r't t i i
l ll :'..> 'ij 'l i l% l l 0 l1 ill ( i. t i ,I' tr 1 'i I** t i Pl **-'l i rt r II' '. 'I ..it i I
c(gai it. r-. fr' "'..I. I l Eit k% k .to ., lo'i in, .),
.", | il r i. ;i4it-., i'.
'J t!%. I' r .. I', r it !' ,it m l 1- r '" y n ti ,' i i.
'Ij ,, l.)) ,l ll ll ,.1 1 1 1n .ill'iit. u cl.
'l i\ ,r' u' erirkii l',t.!; 'nily rf S'v,',' (i,I i
ni ili-llini i Nituri gr' t t r nr'tt'l ui.'.
( '''it/h ( ', Il, I ro i, i r l ia 4 uui,,. ii lt Iit.
11111 l ttir .I il n iil li:tn tr ,iltl1''- A t iirtu '-
sl.-t'-, hx''. .'* '. a.unl *(1.0I) perIr Innttl,-.
W'ben Johnnie Jonts bogan to cry
His mother made a tart reply;
Which is to say, the mother mild
D.d give a tart unto her child!
-Ntw Orleans Times Demuucr.t
NO TONGUE CAN TELL
Ilow I t fl.rt'l W 0il' Ho i'ng u1medl
nIl,*,dln ; l.e enri ) I'n ll t Luir dl
"' Ni tt'. ui' 1 i: t' l lh,,' 1 st f' 'rnl f >"
fi.\' y uar, ithi u t 1;1l) y i.infit i, i &iitni,
ani, liI Mitl, ,i 111.1, Im )' ;,,fly .*: l i .te'
al ii; c ni.t i d ii ltli a )led. I lit 1o i.V
'., I hi.l t l I l, "A i tl i ', *
it ni llI' l hi.tu t K t. hi nt 111. Il >tto l ,ir ,t' .l
t h.t I try t. i I' I. 'l t l- Li. t Itlt lIt r it!e
't Iath o l t l (i t r .' m t li "ai ;or ;-
p, .-t.) r (o C ut i, .I,t II i ,i i lt. ia n.l a .it
o grntnery o il. Icm .th' Mis.i A. Lot
a, n, el''.e% uI,'. M,. h
l'in.in l lha a l;,04 : i.. < f w, '
O,1 ,,: .,.
Th"e flrme Ant center.
r', l.m irt cnit. t,,r all rqitiln h trp.
S .e..l yellow hIve anl ui:Ail grnmia.
'Ihl I ot e ,;i .g th- ainira;s o lthe
l.,,:,..,n Z ,, y 'ar ,< $17.', )ii.
Wlen you give your neait to a worn-
am In oa crowded ear. It It an act of
polltenep, or a cowardly pandering to
the greed of a company that will not
run enough cars to acomm mdato the
public? aeks iTown Topics.
Ieansful Modern Influence.
"The Influence of these here golf
girls." said old Farmer Cornhusk.
"spells ruin-downright ruin. Take
my darter oal for a sample. Bal's
got a-holt o' sech gol-durn fancy Rolf
girl notions thet. by Jinks. It's all I
ica do any more to ait her out o' bed
by 5 In the wmorln.' Along o' that.
It's aigh on to Imposilble to make her
milk the cowS and f**4 the pigs aad
chickens *fore breakfast, an' sast
week *be actually kicked 'cause 1
told her to elan t-e stable.
"It's all tese taral golf girl ao-
tiUesa. Sani be Tta' theaerw at
It I dl't let her qtit wkrM harp at
Prices up in Nome correspond wltb
-A rUs c ClE rVoa-
nnd all disorders of the Stomach and
lluwels sOc. a bottle at Jrug tures.
ONFV INLN.ANI0 N<'TENiII pOFT
S('AI R. Fixz ,itSfuil colored .c'n-s for -o.
Corw% Walon I Podtl Card Co.. Conoy island. N.Y,
China is anxious to have a national ao
BOX OF WAFERS FREE-NO DRUGS
-CURES BY ABSORPTION.
Cures dolehtni of Cas-.ar4 Breath an6
Bad lomnach-i-46hort lreatlt-
Bloatling-flf r Ernetations
Irregular Heart, lte.
Take a t ull's Wafer any time of the dIay
or night, and note the immediate good ef-
fect on your stomach. It anhsor' the gas,
diginfectq the storimach. kills t"e poison
rerml and ,ures the dio-tx". Ctanrrh of
the lrad an'! thro'.t. unwho:esnm, foo-d
and wvermatirn r-ake had .~'trnacha.
Sftmrcelv ani stom- cl isi Ari re'y" fri, front
t! ruhr of rnr' kili. .M '.' i. A nt.i-H ech
'rl i.' '1 fi ,I 'i v r r' ''ith
tl ,i g'. i : f.'il v th ..- tri
ji : ,Iu ( ** r *. pro*
t , K; ',' I 'r. .' ;. : ., n r .,.'. 0rt.
1" t I r* ?ilr' r l 'r tn : i.tl, t i
1 t. t*i i ; :i Vrit r t ;' i
;,r u'i,--u. u
1 1..'. r, ,!"]: a. v'i : 'r fr .-il':' ,,:l ri-
dr,,. t t, r i ,' t :' '* )')' t kr '
T'r'Av :f\F i i' i I h e," r Iir' thi, 'l
t!'Itt '11 r, 'i A 11; '1. l r, .1.4 hbu-
AV,.- l ni M'\Iw i'< T' 'PIx. W -r -i will
-," I h-) ra i l 'TI I we .1,- t I. )I)1 t l r T, v 1
M i,^'' Art: I ;',' V ;,IT( r- i, .'' I- but
to intr:,hr'-. it to iitian'Idq f ,'TP'rerm
,, o iv!] jse'nl two (2) lioxipi upon r 'i,.ipt of
7.1'- anl thin adverti cmemnt. ror u', will
s( :n1 yrii a saniple free for this 'iipwip n.
I10215 FREE COUPON 125
I Send this counon with your name
I and a,!dres and nnme of a idruggist
I who dee not sell it for a free amnile
I box of MuLl's Anti-Belch W.afer to
irr.t's (RApr TorTe Co.. 129 Third
Ave., Rock Island, Ill.
I fir' Futl .4Arlret en nd l'Vrit Po'a.'TI
I ..- .. -.......
,oll hy nil druggist-, 'c. r r, :;, or
( yut Ly nmail.
Thl cr r-.:n fr.,'.t ,fI 1:,i-- I ri
3J,I00.)i j u,, I. I l n',t)i :.i- t t:. . .
A GIANT LAID LOW.
Critpled an I Maite III by Awful Klliney
Jihn Iriml.'n y.!, fruit rnid Fr. W'eh.-
tur, N. Y., says: "I ut 'il to hlit'f i ;Wr: 'nd
ties 4o,1 ;. Ibut
loackr :1! t ln t I
to ) titwli with
otiildn't ivulk witliout ti(-ks. h; d helid-
nches and dxzy s kipells and tthl kidney
secretioin wre i muddy an dly aof
lirick(Ldut rdluient. Doan's Kidney
ills inmde the pnin disappear nnd cor-
rected tirinary trouble. I have felt
better ever sic le.
I wo rid by all do ripplers. fO cnts aim box.
ouldn'ter- walbk wiCo.thout tiksalo. h hd-
England's Wheat Fields.
A preliminary spes agent id u kidney
the Board of Agricuture shows the
total acreageo under allmuddy crop aof
gralls thi year to be 2,pp284ear 22and orw
Is a decreaue of nearly 31,000 aar:!i
compared with lrnart ytrouble. Withve felt
Sard toby all real crops. t Is enratfyinbo.
to notice that the area under wheatlds
this yBard bo A a ncrea sh of 421.
701 acres compared with last year.
the total sereage under wheat beang
1,gr7. this year t b e other hand.
there is a deeresee of nearly 3000 a
compared witbar and oat. There
to notice that the area ndther whu-
bher bems. estUee, mad ehep. Plo1
ehow a dqrise of 3%ULs-!Zase
I I' I I II II 1 I ) I -- --- --- -
84%18411 PIAVR Will RIWARDID
BY JACK FROST
To Fever Strcken Sections of the
DEPOSIT AT MANY POINTS
hopic of Louisiana and Mississippi
Boayed Up by Hopeful Outlook.
ay Lift Quarantines.
7 _____ CS.
The weather bureau at Washington
Issued the following bulletin Thursday
"The frost line extends this morn-
ing into the northern portions of the
gulf states, while heavy and some
killing frosts occurred in the Ohio val-
ley and in the Mississippi valley as
far north as Memphis."
Snow in Pennsylvania.
The first snow of the season was
reported Thursday from various parts
of western Pennsylvania. An inch of
snow fell in the mountains and at
Greenville, Pa. Snow fell for five
hours, causing hundreds (of trees to
Train Inspection Curtailed.
Heavy frosts have prevailed in Ten-
messee, North Mississippi and Arkan-
sas. Dr. Albright of the state board
4of health said that he would imme-
diately issue orders curtailing the
train inspection service in the more
northerly parts of Tennessee.
Earliest Frost at Jackson.
A good sized frost was visible in
Jackson, Miss., and surrounding coun.
try Thursday morning. This is the
earliest date on which frost has ap-
peared in several years, and it means
an early lifting of the quarantines.
The Mobile, Ala., we:ither bureau
has received reports of light frost
from places In Miss!ssippi and Ala-
boma as far south is Jacl:son. Ala.,
and Waynslhoro, .M;s. and Thomas-
ville, Ga. TlI' latht r plc'le,' reports a
lieavy depnlos;' ithl a te'ni;'erature of
43. Lake. Miiss. rpct n killing frost
with a te'!tnprritlr'o of 1;. La;st year
the flrst ir-nst to occ( r .s far sr it:i ,.ns
WVayn-csoro oc urre on 0:1 O (toli'r 11.
Will Lift Quarantines.
A Bltiiiiinghniii dilspatcli sayi s: Thore
was a l eavy fr.o all ovt r north Ala-
bama Thliursday night. Cool weather
continues, ian it is -,.:pectod that quar-
antines will be -:Jistd at once.
Becaulsoe ('h lttallooai hald a he'avr
frost the board of health has N with-
drawn all Insi.perors andl guards from
trains entt-ring the city.
Joy Reigns In New Orleans.
A New Orleans spl, lal says: Still
colder weather, the mercury going to
58 at New Orleans and under 40 in
many other parts of the state, with
frost in the middle section of the state,
Thursday increased the probability of
the early extinction of yellow fever
throughout Loulslana and MississiippI,
the two states which have been in-
fected since August last.
In both states conditions are consild-
erod to 14,' ,f thle hriht,'st and, with
feir practically tz'ss4 1 ,ind people gon-
erally utterly tirod of tlih restrictions
put upon travel, Iti is anticipated that
the era of quarantine wi!l soon be
TIISE EDITORS WRIF PURSF-POOR.
failed to Pan Immiqrant Inspection in a
Burle que at fli; IqIland.
Mrln:ers of the Chi ico Press Cluh
visited Ell:s Island New York. on
Thursday, were they wepr given Ft
rtalistir demonstration of how immi-
gran!s are insipectod before beIng al-
lowed to enter this country. Each
guest was lnlie't"l with a tag like a
real immigrant just arrived from Eu-
rope and was subject(wi to the regular
examination for admission. Two Af
the newspaper men were declared in-
eligible to land and become American
ctlizens. They did not have enough
nminy to assure the rnspectors that
they would not become public
M 1tE ODSIS ULtICI B*IRMlIGNAM.
Souloir Cedre e WA l I"M fForth ;a
Alibme Citys lxt l er.
The committee on place of meet.
lag of the southern Methodist confer-
ence has decided on Birmingham, Ala,
for the conference to be held in 1906.
The committee at first selected Bir-
mingham. but thought seriously of mr-
considering this decision on account
of alleged insuflcient hotel acoomaia-
dtlo. It visited Asheville, thought
of chooslog that city, for the cooler.
peace, but uBally decided to make m0
eab e ai most to Bisirmngha.
under treatment 1115. An effort in be.
ing made by the city to get the sttite
board to appropriate $4,000 with
which to fight the disease.
CIICUI JTJtG tUMtK CHAR61.
forced Postollice f eoe, to *"elp Out"
The charge of collecting and accept-
ing campaign contributions in the cam-
paign of 1902. made against United
States Circuit Judge Baker of In-
diana by the civil service commie
aloe hes been referred to the depart-
ment of Justice by the commission.
The commission gave out an ofial
statement of the ease In which It was
said: 'The statute of limlitatoo Is the
only defense which can be opposed to
Print and Prosper!
FARNME 'UNION mLfS.
Sssimons of Assoclato Held in Atlanta
With Large Attadancc of
The convention or the Georgia divis-
ion ct the Farmers' Union was for.
mally called to order in the hall of
the house of representatives in the
state ciJltol, Atia.ta. Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock by President
C. S. Barrett of Thomaston.
Immediately after the convention
was formally opened President Bar-
rett introduced State Chaplain J. C.
Venable, who offered up a short but
fervent prayer that God might guide
the rulers of the convention and en
lighten them as to their duty on every
After prayer the secretary.treasaur(r
of the Farmers' Union, R. F. Duck-
worth of Thomaston read his report,
showing what amounts had been re-
ceived1 and the nature of the disburse-
When th's report was finished
President Barrett, who also acts as
state business agent .f the Farmers'
iUnion, read his report. The report
showed that the organization waa
growing, literally, by leaps and
General discussion followed, and af
ter the members had finished compl!-
menting both Mr. Barrett and Mr.
Euckworth, the main feature of in
terest was presented. This was the
reading of Mr. Barrett's address as
president of the union. When Mr.
Barre:t had concluded, there was
some mighty cheering done by the
400 or 500 delegates present.
Members of the convention then
got right down to bedrock business,
and various committees were appoint-
ed. The committee on fertilizers was
first to report. This committee de-
cided to fix the minimum price of cot
ton seed at $20 a ton.
The committee on fertilizers also
passed a resolution asking all farm-
ors, members of the union, to manii-
facture their own fertilizers at home.
It Is argued that the farmers can do
this very readily br merely purchas-
In-- the mn-it.ras and mixing them
with Sl)e, ll niachinory. which is in-
ox\lc" sive an]l quite as ffTi ('ictil fn>-
mlixinig the (1 mieias ;is 1h'4a s 115s d
l)y theo pilno fac'o-:o's.
The nli ht sFf..*; n wn s liiter-' t il:
andi friuitfil of -m2l4 in tlie way of
o(ltiiii t oe i wort :.
Th'l fol:owlii (L elegit ts to ito n a
tional l ((onv nrtln. wh!ch xs to Ir li( d4
in l'Txariana T''exas, I 'cornimir ...wver
4l, t( l,: (' C Hlarrett of Thoniam oil,
(ia.; R. P. D)liukwortLh of Thnomastont,
(i.; T. Srnitlh of 'or.syth county;
'W. V. Martn (iof 'Cherok C odinty,
ilnd F. J. VIning of I'pson county.
Aniong the Il p.v clh's (lvil\'vr d at
tho night Fss.qon wna one of spe-
cial Interest by E. .J. Cook, secretary-
treasurer of the Alabama division of
the Farmers' Union.
Aniorh(er address of interest was
that delivered by E. 0. Gunn of Tillb)
county. Mr. Genn told of the Kgr-;
part the' Farme'rs' Union i layeod In thi'
firht for el'ter prh os for cotton. Ill(h
tne'ting; was adjourned at I1 p. In.
JU3GE fJOS15 MIN WHORKRS.
Aiternimuth of Murder of Non-Union foal
Diqqars at Trac (eIty.
Jild.e ('. ]). (';ark ( o(f wh, I',nit<)
S;-;':s district (coirt in ('hiltailion an
has >'rante'd I 'rmnan'nt itijnile'ion
PL;iniist tihe 1'lii'.,d Min,, w orki,, r of
Arn .rl ",tI f,rder. The Ilnjunl t ol n wasn ,r.' i -
i'0 early In 'J'lil:ombe('r to the' Ti nll'] -
.e e', O n l ti l 4 ltnte, ('lClal ('ontr u;p l)y. f(4-
i cwnlg the m.:re'hr of ntne
TWINIY0-FO)R CASES WIOESOAYV
Was Ihe Off'. al Yellow fever Record in
Floride Port Citv.
The yellow fever summary for Por.-
saeola for Wednedlay was as follows:
New cases 24, total easiens 331. deaths
none. total deaths 4.5, discharged 121.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL,
ER IN ALL KINDS OP
FRONT STALL, CITY MARKET,
WEST SIDE OF BUILDING.
A PORTION OF YOUR PATRONAGE
S1 SOLICITED. PROMPT ATTEN-
TION 18 GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.
TELEPHONE NO. 121.
'PEACE TREATY IS SIGNED
Emperors of Russia and Japan Attach
k Signatures to Compact That Ends
A Washington special says: The
emperor of Russiak and the emperor
of Japan, Saturday morning, signed
their respective (o;Ilvs of the peace
treaty, thus officially et'ding the war.
Baron tRosen, tlhe iussian amniastua-
dor, called at the state department at
\\ashiington and sat St,'ecretary Rout.
While hie had no oflitiial advi('s oil
the sn1.lj (tt, itforlllit loll had 'i'achl
him to l!e v'fvc't that thI e l t' nel ''or ul
hliita .ia .idl tarly in thi l diy allixt d
lls s; <url t( 4 ta ti>
'L-sary l lf il I' tii, : 4i4 --l i. ] to <'
'* n (!i ,. r \\,o it> nli>.I ; the rF i ii
4, li rIni 11n tf he' l r otr lf i' ii-'i I t ii h'
unil lhii l .,. )\ liln nti in (l i u \\ .'.i
to aidvi *' h l .If i 'l ln i1 ovl i ii .
A fe'w i .ii;,:ts aft-r I4' o,' Sia'k, ait
lr(la 'iy ':;ii,;:, M ini u to r ial, ihii i Ill)-
S I t i -l Ii; t- "! i t Iit:II 1 tl <' 1 1 11) 'II
ofe .tlal. A li; h: l ,i l l 1'th trf i l 'y ait
A c..ill'ir:iral was nlinuediat'ly i
p.atche',l to Slpencer Eddy, charwC of
Ihe Amrnerl'an embassy ot St. I'
the Riustsia-i foreign offtict thaii th
mnfipror of JIpan had performed his
imrt, nild i blth (opip.s of the Ir.aty
hativini I "; II 'Iduly l 'g4i 'l iti'l 'I cla of
Ilt ,' r1 ' I ii iod" l i't ',' 'li 'i:.' i 1 in
t'i .' i : I ; i , I : olir lly i 1 n
L ,i't in n:. 1'.. fa1 't. 1, t l'* 1 n .I i i ;1 \ .
\ ', : ",h '.1 1, ,'c F"T ;lr' tl' i l. 1'I I.
'tnii in :m! 1 i, ;t i lly i ',,l ,,:' 1t .
l r 1 i 1 l :r to !, h I ) r 1",
h f d fli, ;I r ,i r< t lls. 1i IW r < >p
|l s p (1? 1 i,.' I 't ill Ih :;1 t'ia ll
Svc!;miii(,, .!m r it' IE .;.|i!,'' sil i'
1e 1 r it '1 nl : i 't l n'i i t 1M:t '"
I < lil. ,', i l" l hi l ll ',. I l .d \ ;",
1 i,, 'll v 1 i r ', 1 i ,I \ i !1 rn v : : i
,' o, A l. l" I ll .'i 1 ;:1 I .: 1i 1
IIA4GS Of AO A(MiY WAVID.
A Eloodlr'% S'ndav Demoneltratlon Pulled
Iff iln KHuqion Capital.
Fo r t I I f ',-t fill !'tit o t, a iv ll' 1'
( I 1 TI. Th'; ft 1 14, in ;il < f I l*' we l r,4 : I-
l.u iit of .' I 'e I r I r.11 ii rl, do, ii> li'! l
IoI rs on ;a ':irg sc ali v took iila(o i. i
the cit:i 9ind.ay., the o (rcas(doini .tn.g
the, re'm(. iI of the' body of I'l.nri'
'ITroul ts)k )v te) the Nikolai .tation for
iIrhilif ii t ; Mostcow,
i t l.e'rts workmre.n aid 9IK (tt;',-rs
Ta h*'rvdt in tlihoisands In if ) the'~is t .,
litid din'ontliatiionM wilh rod flaue pI -
rI. led ho;d!v' thilolgh the Nevsky lir(ro
ect. the- rl y's main avennue. The'
rrowdl cnd ihe prorrcelons were r.-v
*ral tines hliarged andt dlspe(rsed by
the, mount-1l police but. fortunately
with no grave eonrequences.
Would Sign Only One Page.
A singular Instance of Tibetan su.
perstition came to light when theo
treaty between Tibet and Great Brit-
ain was drawn up. The powers of
Lhassa refused to sign the first draft
of the treaty because It covered sev.
eral sheets of paper, so the treaty had
to be engrossed on one bug sheet.
The Orlientals thought It would bring
tbhel bad lack If they put tbeir masee
to anything which eoverd m ore th
Louisville and Nashville Railroad.
P. & A. DIVISION
(In Effect April 10, 1905.)
River Junction and Pensacola.
No.22 No. 2 Trains do not stop at Stations Nt. 3 No.21
Daily 'aily where no Time is shown. Daily Dally
10:20a F:10p Lv River Junction Ar 12:15p 7:!S&4
lu0:oa 5:21p Sneada 12:02p 6:5Ma
11: 2a 5>:3 .p Gran,' Rigoe 11:52a 6:4).
11:45a ,:3,p Cypl~ress 11:45a 6:30a1
12:14a1 C:()()p Marianna 11:25a 6:00a|
12:3.a C.:lSp C ottondale 11:07a 5:30*1
1:04p fG:37p 'Chipley 10:47a 5:00a
1:27p 6:55p flonifay 10:30a 4:33a
1 49p 7:12p Caryville 10:15a 4:08*
1:35p 7:17p Westville 10:10a 4:00a
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon 9:57a 3:40r
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:44a 3:18a1
2:45p 8:13p Do Funiak Springs 9:35a 3:086
3:35p Deerland 8:56a 2:00a
4:00p 9:04p Crestview 8:38a 1:t"a
4:10p 9:12p WMligan 8:30a 1:30ft
4:33p Holts 8:15a 12:55a
5:25p 10:05p Milton 7:39a 11:58a
5:32p Gait City 7:35a 11:50p
5:43p Harp 11: 39p
5: 4p 10:19p Mulat 7:25a 11:35p
6: o0p 10:28p Escambla 7:18a 11:23p
6:04p Yntestra 11:20p
6: (9p Bohemia 7:13a 11:lBa
6:30p 10:50p Ar Pensacola Lv 7:00a 10:55p.
Creates a good impression among your
corresp)ondelntsnd f hl( elps to givo your
l lbusim's?< l]rostigo.
WE IM NEAT PRiINTINO AT RK.%HOMAISI.E I'ICKE.
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luilln SV.,iIl, sioWil," liow to treat 1nd1 cure i
with tit, simplest of nii'diciies. The book con-
tailis ialialysis of coutirtslhipi and mnarrigeo ; rear-
inlg 1111d ll i liiginillirint f 'hildtron, besides valu-
Iatlo )pr,.srilotiolls, V''ipes, etc., with a full
Cohni)it(lielnlt of fmits in nauteria miedie that ev-
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THE CHANGE OF LIFE
DS.ln s and Pain of This Critlcal Perod I
Avoided by the Ue* of Lydia Pink- i
bm Vegetable Compound. I
I -- I
H~ow many wo
/ ~men) realize I haLt
the mipait criticisil
lwrlpe~irIn a wo I
/ ;7 Ife, te han~e (of
land tha t the
A V anxiety felt by
F 'Aoitnf- as thist
a," Is not without
If her mystery Is in aL 1.rangmtd eondi*
Alnor site in predifspofted t4,0 apoplex V
4? eorn gestion of any organ, it 14 at this
time likely to become active and. with
a host of niervous irritations., make life
At this time, alno eanee'rtand tumors
are more lialplei to be.gina their destrue-
tive work. Stacehivuaringobyluptomos C
& sense of m.uff eriati',n, ho~t dashes. diz-
-evil, hwiurliifl hi thIe 'i sra. ti zaid aty, Xp
Vitati'uuaof Ithelivaecrt palrk-4 h.' )re.
the eyest, I rrc -VuIartiv, '"laMtipatirna'l)
varinbie nalyJJ4t Ill', wvidikti% 11 I ilt1i'i')
otiatit'nr'' ;iroisiltly h.'- 115.11bY irate'hli-
peri'ul#'FI fo w 'A ij*~ v aa~ lgea
thrl icll l-aJf I', .pI'ii'i IIiii litr 111
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erim n int r (Im h o rtII P, li li l J D i I'IS III) i ll
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way he rif l -l' ( ti lp.v r~itv lli -
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*ehnsialm rwa, iiiiife .I iol ii, 4i'i II'h i w'.l
Mrs A Ei' *j 0VI 'V .1 911 99 of4 I tlifi
tf II" t V SH., il.I Iltr o rm9P i
hal s, j % ai 'I 'Ia :tii
Wo L. DOUCLAS
W. L. Oou~gins $4.00 Glit EtIgo Llt,.,
cannot tu equirtlIo' at any prica.
M JffEA9 OfDIrf &jin snDHA
AM "3THNMAN AVIAUR& H.
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their v ''ilml 599i l l1-cS.,P(, '',.. I .I-I
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jipg aftor first day's use of Dr. Kline.'s Great
D)r,'. I... X 1N,1311, Li, J1Afl Arubt., Pi'kIa.,1'.b
'r~~Jiaib@ lowd through countries in
vila .1 1.1!y too au ,j;&* !lj U ud daq't Ia
Mm %.iW4D- w Nof~tliiiit yrolp Jortr Chiidro-i
tua l ar,~rmwite 'iI",ta. Lottio
I1h ai .lg l.;aciku ijo &-p tp' r csjat il
ar"- very 1'jw in Ilta.
I iso's, cure I-o the heel mecIldene we ever use I
10* al iicffoolos ftori(111 olt "fd *11048.- A's.
fo xoir. N)LV,.asbiiron, iAd., Yet),. Iv, 1j~u.
Aits~tralim, which is really & rcpub.sc~,
hs~a a luI'j.us of $A,O(JY),fPAjO.
SOUTH'S GRKAT PROOPIERITY.
Government Reporst Sho1w Flattering
Advance Along All Lines.
Washington, October !. Recent
5f)YE-rrimeat reports Indicate a great
wave of prosperity sweeping e'ver the
south, and it wmuld seem that this
prospe~irity In the fair land of Dixie
:n not c:(afiwlfll to any particulars'c
Itiogi or Inlilitry. It. ina wi'espritwad
I 'V~iol'Yoe'ry ftlfl?( t~iot~h of 1the bhit'
M,9 j i, caio'. fil'tcry atr.1IllIra tlih (1,1
i -it !,()i mll u irta *,ros 'iaa''tit Eof ra~il
( ( I t 4 ; i d' i iiri to laldoaa For lIE'Im 'arin
si4 .1 -- i .. A,. sI'h hcaintirtal crop,a'c
fil'~l-A if-h it., y iua'tripf'e'lvang naag~ifl-
('''tat r ('''4 *18',,;o- it(twi in it,aw ai''I r'r
thiilti4 Im'' t J t o4 a Hirlarig 1i',4, t.
fil lt l-' or'l.'i x for g4M-h4INlt-h~AH'.fro0.1
li''7 hIco i'lgii cfa i( otia4h l' ic hti 'rm, an iI
a lii~iar.r' hily co'imaaa trla I galii.''
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1' t..1 .9 '' '9 49 .lettiI9
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T AcE a eoimon Clay P;pe.
T Put a simple "Acetylene" Casburner on its
Bind the twyo in position with a tight-fitting piece
of Rubber Hose.
Then fill the bowl of the pipc with fine-grounmd Cal-
Next tie a rag over head of the bowl to keep in the
Now put the pipe into a Glass of
Water, as in pictre.
There you ave a complete Gas- r-"1
plant for 25 cents. --
Touch a match to the BRrner- < q*
and you'll get a beautiful White Gas- /
Of course, this is only an experi-
ment, but it shows tho wonderful sim-
jli-itv of Aretvlene Lighting.
iLhat very bnpiphaty gave Acetylene
T. il. t a "t1,vk. at fr. t.
It i'iii,,' so naf!i'e to turn Cahl'itm C'ar', n Itaq
(<; I i,;ht tiit 'v'-r tI!o !itf',rent kir I, of "''tanIiK and
1 A im r t 0I > 1. \M l c'III d, pait'lnt' 1. a il
. i!,i''1te f r t!:' I ..i- c, Ly about a many different
\\ I!, hI thei tlii,' :i" e'tiorteil certinany hiapp-rnel I
A^. tit o ,,f t li ".',t, l ne. .l i;, hnle 1" b.1,l 1 ,v.cII
in\ 't'l :tI1nd 1 ,.' ipl' w ho kn .' v i' II re ) t'c
7 f' tr:v ,' t han t v ,1 11 ., ,, .it (G a : ; tfil- 1 '.
"I Il'" "' ';il, it ; i iath l '' s%;is ,ill r: 'iit all tho tim e,
l t II, ,I f the li ii iii Om for trriitiig at itLo Gas erec
;:I 1 .11 : ill t, l,: tn ,'
So, Acetyvlene I(,. ', t a h'1 r.:;i ." though it isl
< !vir fii ilg ,i t, i n.it it in'\er d ' : it ;it ,any t Ine.
It N a;is like .r1l i : Iil''.'l Stor. t's t I ln) it .ird CCoal
in, and thin1 Lla.iiii.; li (',, fr li,-t b rning.
T ',ts of tl, nita hpIpenried to g;river thr' ()Owners r,f
t! e '- )0 ni;aklr, If ;!l,'g( l ".\>-t ,lir' M .chiine ."
litIt v '\ rv f w t iAiricfiints. actirr,"1 fr. -in thfm ti '' iin
t .' (I. ', ff i., i k x\pterimf nt ;a:;l c d iise ignorance,
am 'in ( 'neict ,it ," M.akcr-.
( if ,'i a guln swll l.', oI ff nti-'pectedly. now antl
t1'"ta, if tli<' tri,' r hie publlcd by a pcrsn ill who "didn't
kii".v t w:i-. liadled."
I'.iit thai.t', no fa.ult hof Anmmunition-- is it?
W\"i !1. tin.tlly the It-'ir.ance (',>mp;antis got after
thie. '.o 'll 1ni make of ".\Accty.ene tI!Ma'inlle," that
.,Itl' A(n't .\ t\:itt, i a d l the Ini ur:intc Ioiard "mril,' ail
in\t',tiigato of all Gencrators that were submitted to
Then. (rit of the (oon o 'dd "tMaclihi-s" patente,
n1hv ;aliott 70 were "picrinttd''" ly the Insurance Lu-d t
to )ie lls-d -
()11, whatt a Iriow wa. there!
Ity "permitt el" I mean that t11 t
A's willing that any building should
be Insured, with-
HOUSE THAT IS
It . I I
5'. 1 .' ~ ~I 'ii l
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9. t V .,, 1 1 ita.
I i n ; \ 9'9 '. t".' fif i t4
l I 1 iiil' I'* I r I hn e' ittlt'n Iin
T! ,',. II l i V,.1 'r I I h I u ,l ,' ihl
Vs l'll thl, lI'tt pr, tl b.l'it1sl Iny V ;ankl,,s
1111 11 hotlllio II0 lwo l 11:' f t t lho whlle
xa ovkilgK 'schi 11,. ani it works to) t
t lli .I Now I itan loll on my plaintII
autd iit my foet on the railing with
tI' i il.lgor (if having v my ankles nearly
hliawrel ip."- New York Press.
lWhhen you buy a pair of
Write the date of purchase
In the lining. That will
tell the story.
Wo nre the origilnators of this idea.
Otithr manufacturers don't
inviteyou to do this.
A.K YOURt amigoO."*
DKAL. ER OR *
t1rrtrieiter- tuartr h n (lo 1.
.AH'C TF' F'N rG '4 C -..U:VI.V ,TS
'". L';) '.. U i. A.
F CHILLSYOU HAVE. IT'S
ITS OXIDINE NEED
I t A$Ml ti L IIler A hl9lSO IX t. to L A I tAN IIT ,fi: a it %It nr" not
E'iaf' Iv'mor cru ggim lwa111 ri-tu lat t ar Vin' 'iit-y. Madea 'J."4 lP'' Iii I
Iep' i i ii. i ld 1' aAh i'~l 'e! I' 'M "At fl,.P1)%1 kLottio..
ha.as&zALA*, I'sLl. AmuaMAsursts, Ta-uiv.
out extra elaree, wMch i led any one 1o tiese 70
Acetylene Generators it had found safe, and effective,
just as it permitted houses to be piped for City Gas,
or wired for Electricity, under proper conditions.
Now, the Insurance Companies ought to know
whether or not these 70 different makes of Acetylene
Generators were absolutely Safe to use.
Because, they have to pay the bills, if Fire or Ex-
plosion occurs, from any one of the Acetylene Gener-
ators they authorize.
And, here's a proof of their good judgment.
Though there are now Two Million people using
Acetylene Light in America, there have only been four
Fires from it in one year, against 8865 Fires from
Kerosene and Gasoline.
There have also been 469t Fires from Electricity,
27o7 Fires from City Gas, and 5ao Fires from Candles.
Besides these there have been a6 Fires from the
Sun's rays, But,-only four Fires from Acetylene.
'That shows how careful the Insurance Board was
in its examination of Acetylene Generators, and in
"permitting" only the 70 makes that were above sut-
tfia n, out of the Ooo experiments that were once on
Wel,-i'the b)~m in .Ar.etvene Ligihting made lowerr
fiers possible on tie material it is derived from, viz.,
Calcium Carbide, a material that looks like Granite
lbt acts like Magic.
Today, Acetylene T.ight i; a full third cheaper than
Kerosene Light, or (G;tainc I.Light, per Candle Power.
It is not moree than half the price uf EIlectric Light,
inor three-fourths that of City Gas.
If I can't trove these statement- to your full satis-
faction my name is not "Acetylene Jones."
Bitt Acetylene is more than the safest and cheapest
Light of the year 1905.
It is also the Whitest Light-the nearest to natural
Stinlitht in health-giving Blue and Violet rays, and
)eca,'se of this, with its freedom from flicker, it is
the easiest of all Artificial Light on the "Eve.
It is so much like real Sunlight that it has made
plants grow 24 hoiiur per day in dark cellars where nl
ray of Sunlight couidl reach them. It made them grow
1ti,-,- at fast a; similar plants that had only the Sun-
lIhht of (',iy-tine, viz., half the time'.
'That wa prir,'en iy (' 'rn-1 1 .';:iversity in a thrce-
n'AOitllih c.xpt ti. t ~ic 'i s very ,car.
N'.w. T'v-' cvad up f,.r the' lact a ncint more im-
-r- nt t o',i tl;.a:i I the h oe irs aum ut Aceiylne
L .;., t.
It ce't-ii'me nn:v ren, fiurl'i as t'ich oi f thie vital
(O.ryv.'.n from the Air (of L.i\ ni ri, .< or held-rooms,
is ( itlher Ker, -nc or City (v :t--L.ig',\t c) siinsu .
'liiat's a trmct- ;d i( l itf.r, ie in a lhictime, mark
3 tlircec-fi irthI ,if a (litTerence.
l ca~e,- e '" nt is l.ilc'.
Andl evrvy h)it of ()xy.'en .-t,'-n fr-im the lungs of
W',men, Children anil Men, thriui'Th Lighting, is a
l,..s thlit rtan nr'a v r h', mn;i'- g ,ood a;.ai:i.
A 2 ( Candillc-'P(wr .\'ltllee;c Light costs you only
t ',, fifths of a cent per hour.
'l'lt'?s ;ialmitt .: 8 per year, if burned every night
in the yea. r f ,r f :ir ,t-:tly Ihoutrs.
A erocisene :iinp tof civital c;,pacity wNvtld cost yoil
a third more, vi;-. : t r,'e fifths s of a ccenl per hour for
Lierosene al,'ne, or M 7. 5 1;,r y.ar.
That's excluh;ive (if rn'. n lamp cC.nney%, new
V,;ck', and the everlastitng dridqgery and daliger of
ch'.11ing., killing and trimming idailly.
I want to trove' thlee t'fiZurc-; to you, Rea'der, if you
are a house owner or storekeeper.
Tell me how many rooms you've oit and I'll tell yott
what it will co-t to light them *i tth brilliant, beautiful,
S;,nitary, eve-saving Acetylente.
\'Vrite me today for my Free Dook about "Sunlight
on 'I ; "
Just addicts mc here as-
9 Adams St.,
i'o III and sti ?.t t iI, ry
AND ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
Wai~e Us for catalogue, prices,
ec.~., before buying.
R:1-1 Nei lN
r~i-thoe iim*or Nerve
The only Kssey
loll Isttein t tCecor~
231S Capitol Avo.. ATLAN I'A. GIA.
IPPP .iADV *'i iiIto I1
11 N F lIL 1 (;t. % 1 11 AN 0*'.r-0
.-_Thompson's Eye Wateir
To make Cheap Gas-light for
DATE EM MALSBY& CO.
41 South Forsyth St., Atlanta, Ga.
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f', ,t ( I i~y W l rt- !-r q
VEDAY T II
u vnt on =10m
Wls to Iama ywam We oaa
ow -ome create example and hoi
ao or less about him, but what undei
Sthea i sthe nature f th beast? To
*wh* enerl cladsficatlon does he be-
Sthen frt place, the name boxes Is
badly choe. It is a Holland Dutch
wor tinbpr masar. In South Af-
rict to nowued- eat vly amonr the
n referring to the ble
farmers. It coes down from slavery
day, when the Dutch farmer owned
Now, the political boss of today do
actually own a certain number of peo-
ple, but if he depended merely upo
those he owned, he would not control
enough votes to elect a dog catcher.
The boss owns those to whom he has
pid down for support* he owns thoee
has permitted to bribe him, so that
both he and they are parties to a crim-
inal relation; he owns those he has li-
censed to commit crimes, and he owns
men who, for office, influence, pe,
franchises or immunities, have deliber-
atel put on his collar.
There are a good many of theseslaves
unfortunately, but the whole number of
them is not sufficient to keep any boss
i* power a week.
A bos keeps power by a device as
old as human shame; by a practice of
which Judas Iscariot and Benedict Ar-
nold were notable exemplars. He keeps
power by treason.
In the sordid treason of boesdotd we.
miss the dirk background of the Mount
of Olives, where Judas, with thirty
pieces of silver clutched in his itching
palm, advanced to kiss the Christ. We
iss the lonely road where Benedict
Arnold conferred with Andre to sell his
country. But when, with clear vision,
we study the plain rules of treason, in
all cases it is alike.
It is a pity thit the real victims of
this modern are not always the first to
expose and damn it. So many of the
protestants against bossism are so ob-
viously never fooled by anybody but
themselves- they are so often of the
professional reformer, superior person
type, who protest more through irrita-
tion than convictions. They do no harm,
but after all, in the affairs of plain men,
they are a negligible quality.
The aim of bosim is to gain the con-
fidence of workingmen and the common
people, and then to sell them out for
money to their natural enemies.
This is a a, rong saying, but study it
and analyze it as you will, you will find
that it is true.
By the easy devices of appearing
Democratic, by giving to the poor, by
help here and a favor there, a boss ti
able to fool the working men and the
common people into keeping him in
Then what does he do with his power?
To be sure, he throws to the public a
few and insignificant sops to continue
the fooling, but what does he do with
his real power, his Big power?
His really close friends are not of the
common people. They are millionaire
beads of railroads, public service corpo-
rations, gambling syndicates, who want
something that belongs to the public.
They can get what they want more
quickly and cheaply by going directly i
to the boss than they can by openly and
fairly approaching the people them-
selves. It is in these friendships with
millionaire exploits that can always be
traced the sources of the boss' income.
He sells out the poor, whose confidence
he has gained, to the predatory rich.
Would it, therefore, not be more frank
and fair, in your thoughts at least, to
substitute the word 'traitor" for the,
word "boss?" And when you meet a
man from another city do not ask him
if anybody bosses his town, but if any
one sells out his town. And when he
asks you if you have a boss in your ci*y,,
tell him that you have no boss, but a
very rich and successful traitor, wh6,
however, has been found out by those
he has betrayed-the workingmen and
the' common people.-Tampa Tribune.
Nothing to Fear.
S Mothers need have no hesitancy in
continuing to give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to their little ones, as it con-
tains absolutely nothing injurious. This
remedy is not only perfectly safe to give
to small children, but is a medicine of
great worth and merit. It has a world-
wide reputation for its cures of coughs,
colds and croup and can always be re-
lied upon. For sale by all druggists. *
The teachers in the kindergarten
schools at Tallsahassee have returned and
there is great rejoicing among the de-
voted mamas, who will now be relieved
of the care of the small children, giv.-
ing them more time to attend the clubs.
-Gainesville Sun. "Tis sad, if 'tis
true I" That any mama should rejoice
in being relieved of the care of their
dear little ones by putting them in any
others care, for club attendance, is de-
plorable; but then, every one to their
own likTag. Touch on the kinder-art.-
ener I to on t mam I tough on
the small children III
As AwMCeAG Cwe.*
"Two years ago our itUegr had a
touch of pneumonia, which e her waith
an awfulcough. She hdspeisl
, ing ut like one with the w p
some thought she
ret well at alL We ot a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cqh medy, which
astew N a sai. s- d el-
ing sad get stoot aad j writes
Ora B rnsd.Brmbaker., ThIs re-
ady isforsalebyarl d hglet. *
MN. M owen was born May 17. 1 40,
nearBato. Ma. He came South after
the war, ina OrEt in Oeorgia, and
arriving Ia llal a in 1874. where
he has since lived. He was employed
as foreman for several years on the old
Floridian, afterwards, on the retire-
ment of the late lamented Charles E.
Dyke, becoming part owner of that fa-
mou newspaper. As State printer for
many yMear, h made a splendid reputa-
tion for his establishment and for him-
self and his partner, J. W. Dorr. who
was the Floridian's editor, for honest
work and fair dealing. In 1877 Mr.
Bowen was married to Miss Bare-
foot of this city and there were four
children as the fruit of the marriage;
the eldest, Miss Ethel, died about a
year ago, and the others, Misses Clare
and Marion and Mr. Edgar Bowen, sur-
Among the many appreciative no-
tices of Mr. N. M. Bowen's death that
have appeared in the State newspapers,
the following, from the Times-Union,
of Jacksonville, probably written by his
friend, Mr. Willis M. Ball, will appeal
with special interest to all :
The death of N. M. Bowen, at his
home in Tallahassee, which was an-
nounced yesterday in our news columns,
removes from the stage of life a man
who, in his day, filled a prominent place
th the public estimation, and who had a
wide influence in the newspaper world.
For some years Mr. Bowen had been in
failing health, but through all he bore
himself with the unruffled fortitude and
j%&Mn- e2%--.._ #Ike# V"M-_ e-- he WAnL d%# ^
Hll) South, and baeek down the run oW
the louh, Wet, tote point of begin-
ning, beir about five miles long and
two miles wide, contained 400 inhabi-
tants. Te oldet man found was 86,
and the woman who had borne the most
children, had 18, of whom 12 were still
Mr. Frank Powell brought Miss1 Fits-
worth up to Meridian last Sunday, and
we presume the Meridian Schcol opened
on time yesterday, the first Monday in
Miss Geddle, who was appointed to
the Strickland School, did not come, as
she had already taken another school.
This leaves the Strickland School minus
Rev. W. C. Embry and family got
bick from the Panacea Springs on lat
Wednesday. Ilesays the water did not
agree with them. We guess the water
thomht he was fat enough already. (He
weighs over two hundred.) He filled his
appointment at Bethpage on last Fun-
day. During services Miss Lou Ella
Blair was attacked by a fainting spell
and had to be carried home. We are
glad to say she had recovered from the
attack and was able to walk about in
Cares Chills and Feer.
G. W. Wirt. Naeogdoches, Texas,
says: "His daughter had chills and fever
for three years; he could not find any-
thing that would help her till he used
Herbine. His wife will not keep house
without it, and caunot say too much for
it." 50cents. Forsalebyalldruggists. *
compUoure naUs t o Ui khe manWu d Mr. Bob Lse Slater and family, and
Spartan mould, unblemished honor and Mr. Jamesasna milyhave.ren-
high purpose, May he rest in peace! Mr Jame Hasand aml ha rent
g puros Myherte peac I out their several farms and will move
Last -epe Vaaished. away. Mr. Slater, we believe, goes to
L.t wVanished. Cairo.
When leading physicians said that W. The Hester Brothers, cAlored, have
M. Smithart, of Pekin, la., had incura- erected a steam gin and grist mill on
ble consumption, his last hope vanished' their place two miles east of lamonia,
but Dr. King's New Discovery for Con- and are getting all the gaining and grind-
sumption, Coughs and Colds kept him ing they can do.
out of his grave. He says: "This great We take this method of requesting
specific completely cured me, and saved the white land-lords of Leon county to
my life. Since then I have used it for name a day when they will meet at the
ten years, and consider it a marvelous court house in Tallahassee for the pur-
throat and lung cure." Strietly scien- pose of classifying lands, fixing and
tifc cure for Coughs, Sore Throats or making uniform rates for land rent,
Colds; sure preventive of pneumonia. wages, etc. B.
Guaranteed; 50 cents and $1.00 bottles Cures Winter Cough..
at all drug stores. Trial bottle free. W
-J. F. Gover, 101 North Main Street,
Obituary. Ottowa Kansas, writes: "Every
The subject of this sketch, Mr. John fall it 6as been my wife's trouble to
D. Johnson., was born in Leon county, catch a severe cold, and, therefore, to
Florida" on"the'21slt da of"February cough all winter long. Last fall I got
1852. e was the son oJohnJJoh-her a bottle of Horehound Sy rup. She
son and May Johnson, and has made his used it and has been able to sleep sound-
home in this county. In 1892 he woo ly all night long. Whenever the cough
married to Ella J. Mai.e, of [eon troubles her, two or three doses stop%
c ty;was a devo dhusba an a the cough, and she is able to be up and
affectionate father until hi4 deth, well." 25c, 5cand $1.00. For sale by
affectinate father until h1 death, all d gists.
which occurred on the 24th day of Sep..- al g .rg_
tember 1906. He leaves an affection- The use of Tallahassee's streets be-
ate wife. two children and a host of longs to all alike, and when four ve-
friends and relatives to mourn his loss. hic4es raced abreast out Monroe street
We weep not as those who have no the other day there was great danger
hope, for we hope some sweet day to to all pedestrians, as well as to a lady
see him again. His remains were laid who was driving in a buggy in the op-
away in the family cemetery on the posite direction and could with difficulty
25th day of September, 1905, to wait avoid a disastrous collision. Those
for the resurrection morn. guilty of these things should take notice
Dearest brother, we have laid thee I thy peaceful that they are violating the law and lay-
rave ing themselves liable to punishment.
To rest; but thy memory will be cherished till ing themselves liable to punishment
we os thy bright face.
We min thee from our midst; we miss thee from I ales Homely Wemel Peftty.
thy plae.. No woman, no matter how regular
mA fs"wertou ct: we dr t the her features may be. can be called pretty
We mie thy kind aud willing hand; thy fnrd and if her complexion is bad. Orino Laxa-
cheeulivote tive Fruit Syrup aids digestion and
We o without thee; we miss thee y clears sallow blotched complexions by
By one who loved him. stimulating the liver and bowels Orino
L. E. C. Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
.-' E or gripe and is mild and pleasant to
Doctors Said He Woald Not Live. take. Remember the n tme Orino and
refuse to accept any substitute. Sold
PeterFry, Woodruff, Pa ,writes: "Af- by all dealers. *
ter doctoring for two years with the
best physicians in Wayn~sburg, and
still getting worse, the doctors advised a
me, I had any business to attend to. *_____I__I_0__ I M a
I had better attend to it at once, as I 111 ... .. ---
could not live another month, as there Notice to Creditors.
was nothing to cure for me. Foley's T HEINSOLVENCY OF THE ESTATE or
Kidney Cure was recommended to me A,'H J.tRby the admintestea. h all pern hab-
by a friend, and I immediately sent my le claims against said estate ar hereby notified
son to the store forit, and, after taking to appear and file the same with the County Judre
three bottles of it, I began to get bet- oIlm." eount y A.WHITFIALD t.
ter and continued td improve until I was county Jude.
entirely well." Sold by all dealers. Talsaha ae. isa.. September l1t. I06.-lem-4m.
^'^^^ ^^^^~ "ecs- stris Metl ee,
Messrs. A. C. Croom and W. 'A. OTICE IS H R Y0nIVI I ALL CRED-.
Rawls attended services at Aenon N ite la se andt ise Mor the.tate
Church in the country last Sunday. of Harris D. Har. 4eaeI. of Lao county,
Where was "Sunday School Charley? 'l ^ e orade.-
He ought to have been along I to law. within two re from thisate, the
^^^s^^-~->lkh day of A uit, IM. otherwise all such claims
Tormeats of Tetter and Sciema A erw demandwill be forever M
laved Esecutrix of state arriD. Hartm.
The intense itching characteristic of Lgal Notie.
ecsema. tatter and like skin diseases is NOegalN H SY GvW H^T iX
instntly allayed by applying Chamber- N~on satf r date. the eaiw a d wifl ile
lain's Salve, and many severe eases i tr aeeount er areuta. sad EIawrut at the
have been permanent cured by its use. t iMar IL. mi ti s oLem on east.
Por BIsale o b to. s*in. and al t Hoe ,be
or sale by all druggu Jde of eid country for their diahare
go uceh mare .ad- usrmez i
FURNISHED ROOMS. K. A. CaAW ,enter.
With bath. For 1 or 2 stale gentle- of the Ma CM IVbeebad.
me. Central, are True Democrat. tf sD thwds stno dt & dJel. UK lam.I
SmUOTc of the ase -veayn.u *of Bob.
Now is the time to order yor fertil- Iv fthe am dnttu4ir 1
iser foreverytl ymmi togrow in the1= = esa
the fall. Give your orders to 'labs is sasgi -a&V
S-and take a look at our conveyanoes and
y* .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-
CAPITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
-- ~C. T. HANcocK, Prop.
Phones 79 and 8.
P. T. NICHOLSON,
Repair Work a Specialty.
All Work Done Promptly. Satuifct.on Guarntee.
LIVELY BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE.
NICE UVIrY FOR
J. D. CAY, 140 L Adas StL
I carry the choicest livery in
,. the city.
My teams cannot be duplica-
/ ted by any stable in Tallahasse.
My Carriages, Ph.tons, Bur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.
SI ask a Ilberal share of the
Stronger of the people of Tal-
lahasee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
best service possible.
After this date I w:lI operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for famielis or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
To travelnIc salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trialwill convince.
In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle hours and mules for light or heavy work.
I keep on hand various grades of buggies and harness. Any one look-
ing for either will do well to call on me before purchasing elsewhere.
Come to No. 140 South Adams Street, see for yourself and be con-
vinced. Number of phone 291.
Notice for Pubulcatom.
DSrPAmTUr o T I Ts ImTMO.
LAn D o0nsS AT GAtNsViLLs. "..
oatke is he*rebe ives that th fele-
n"aesetle' i SldWsede atl es f is t'
Sah .m.liwon susonrta his la tm.
Notice of Applcatom for Discarge.
icNO 18 HiRl Y OIVN THAT I WILL
Norm Ow t puAlektiom hereof.
makhe retain ad apply for my discharge as
Admialottesr ftbo staw oa WMwam A Newlin.
late of Laeos omatyI- decese.
JOHN W. HENDEMON.
Ada tmtr o Mid etatem.
Juty I 1 le4t m ,
NoTwx 8 HXCIBY GIVKN THAT 8IX
SMMtbs atew the date of Sat pbume-
tbresf I Bwin et my aw a a "a 0 to the
Wz J o af a. eety. appt
fan my dtIo be- Ads mftlwf els-
PALMETTO PIANO CL UB
By joining our Piano Clubyou will be able to get
a $400 grade Piano for $27 on payments of 010
down and membership dues of r nper month,
without interest: Piano delivered fiee to near-
est depot as soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid.
ADVANTAGE Of OUR CLUB PLAN
To introduce and get this Piano before the public,
we will form a club of ONE HUNDRED members,
and each member will get a Piano at the whole-
sale price. The club is limited to ONE HUNDRED
members and all instruments will soon be taken.
THE PALMETTO PIANO
Is an instrument that has been manufactured in
our own factories, with some special features
that will make it stand the climatic conditions
of this State better than any Piano made.
SeNd for Catalogue.
The Cable Company
K L CNASL Mager. "CKW 1UL fA.
Am the blaak forms kept In sek
.J- &. sMas. rMter* at The Tru Democrat office are the
ID follow ne:
PvM zT- MoAY MORNIN. D-o d-No. 1. Conforming to thestat-
A bredevil d* Deed-No. 2. Same, with extended
acknowledgmnt for dower.
t i end s in ad accident. To heal Mortae-Nos 1 and 2, as above.
t.W.n.tal injuries use Bucklen's Arnica Chattelortgage or Bin o Sale, with
1shve. "A deep wound in my foot. from Note
cIdet," writ. Theodore ehuee, Crop Mortgage, with Note.
of Columbus. 0., causedd egmat TurntLeas,.
i Physicians were helpless, but TrmI-ory Note.
ens Arnica Salve quickly hea ed we a supply of "NO AD-
It." Soothes andheas burns like mac. MvTANC *" ai
25c., at all druggists. Call and s them.
For Sale. Vfr FaU GarteBs.
A medium-sized second-hand boiler, Turnips and Ruta Baga Seed, finst
with equipment, for sale chep. Ap quality, at Yaffei 's. tf
ply at this office, or at Leon Hotel, and qu I, a -e _
Set.- ,a,- -,., 81- Legal Cap Paper, Sc. per quire at R.
APPfUATION FOR L[TTURS PAINT. J Evans'.
Nft .e l irvewnattthea oriMr..end wl I
Governor m r. ti,l lrtohle B. J. BOND9
rnormh. for Lrtm Patmt B thf Arttl- f In-
brelo tow motu olthelortl
wh AtUrttes are on die in the oMe ofth lee S--
r 0try of state of the stats of Florus. ftyUCWll amd
D. K. D
a c. *on ..
ARTICLE, OFr INCORPORATION,
t fore UM p herpos f id. WDiseases N of the Eye. far and Nose a Specialty.
.# ndWer the o at tho Iathtat f Ala tor- f O
It We amtvucUon. mAlntananto olrwration if a |
alils. e ~ sralt PW"W Offlee la old spItlal City Back '
hbe Ll V wr adsad m tr Rail lldlld
t.of ;a"(?Z="., in Len County, Hit of
to wk tMaedl *byme*o butnsit hall be0 at e U
e*xM *w>oe mantmM *do ti of a line
o f u z, T JEe WHEELWRGHT ad BLACKSMITH.
ees the east bank the U wnfm kw,
hroumh adeesuti o LAn Jeff ram
* d Uit 2ulntigr k or newi Ua the town L
e Arad mi lfJnd ter General Repair Shop.
~.T. 9eJmbrside td, e seks Horse Shoeing by an ex- A
t l of u pert who has had years
rooe to be by saldc o lon shall be of experience . .
at* r .i4weteil lEtdpoint.aofTlhM .01. L
m* aedWine, s nd through d Into the mad ., I
10 ote above mestkn d, tnhl the ae-is*L
i tM itoacMi0itpN tio an Uprt aMfi LA
sm..say u aI o rroae. .or arld m Aportions o the public A
,usat m be L t or .o patronage Is Iolicited
r W any pert t wrof or *spoirtainmi and satIsfaction duarana
thtoW; and the uownin, maintain and op.
MUesat of ny suceh raload or proprt. et. teed.
ready eastrueted or existing or that may be ---- -.
hareafter constructed, as nmmn carrierIn the --- -
triportatlonm ofmermer and freirho. pers.,
property. a he eerts oft ll powe.., fra- L
"h"ei-. rights pdi to" now ofonerwi or
peaflutd orfthat may hernafter beounferrl or 1
*etatitI atany thnmby hielawsof thestateof
blaeJd upon or to rai-erportm.d ljDOIIt Vkm.
A4,4r IV T S at oftUhopitostak __
eer i wiit Iohall bet ve n hundred
*d0f0) AC.n doi'.( o to be L,1,, TIE IDMMTEEI
ivitied ate 5eov -n rer rMd trriEe SI RAI 0" ICEI A
a we of ue hundred dollrs a to
. aM Al wrBl naw Mylof n" |
eAg i t t husidrd A-
,wet WMMORM Mdof WOdRkI
,.t-y kaf am or sIn, or ty t a
dlrest ,erM a.I tobeifeb for mh pur-
or-wi thany of themaeb f is
Sad by the directoryof the TH CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC.
npea at s moetin called for auch purple@ wages or es0vrsOnOS. ,
A Itoe shbee pai for utgon th e ul of the Tn "*WaIN parSPaIO ON Y
ATnoM V. The trmn forwhh the orpeor. 'aflard-Saow Liniment Co.
tOl is to exist shall beOnRhundred (100) years ST. LOUIS. MO.
f em the tiuanee of lett.ols patent.
A f V. The o fflo mf the soorpore
diiT & presdent, vice-preMidet, a ec-
= a treasurer and five directors. pro-
vle mum. thrt until the frst ~4Ieito
auvdd for under thit article shall be held,
there shall be on'y three directors. The a
ulteeu of Necretary and Treasurer may be
hbd by the e person.The diretoreMm hall be
.i,emn by the stockholders and the other oeBs 1
uof thei company shall be chosen b the tbonard of
simonUtr. Thave eafflers hal elected on y
the second Wednesdayof February in nch year
wiMa lt he a for the annual nmtinesf t,
H rtoiio r and directors. The oers who
ge to conduct the buaMneM of the corporation un- r.
S thoseattd t =t fit .tk=ti to be held on, o .. h
mdaiyor t sh finl t annual meeting shall have I fl
qiuaitl h 1. shall be allows: y
D. R. NAXWI.I.. PI'redent. ,
GO(l. P. RANKY, Vics-prelsdenlt.
K. D. KYLx secretary and Treasuer. .
and three diretrs as follows: d(
D. E. MAXWKLI
OGI. I. kANKY. .* , V
K. D. KYLIC.
ARtIm. VII. The hih-t amntinl oerimlebteld-
Aps or liability to which the crpor okm ran Iat
-t-Imne subject tasllf shall be Two mlllon L_
Aurifol, VIII The names nd reSidence's ofi
Ue sulerlmers ar.' as follows: I
Name. City uw Town. County. ,tote, A I
J. K. Ma I e JkJonville, D Fvl. plorxd.
P. MImy. Tsublrbefurss Ihre aiPrAlN. I
E1&.Ky*, TiI l, lJura.. Fkrid ||
AjmLUa IX. The above named 1. E. Ma.*
Well d hierly autmerlbfor 860 shae of hIder* id
.h Th .o.,.. m.... e.. P. Rans. die Life often seems too Ion
ielubseribe for 5e shares ft maki see.rk d
,thi,,,na m are ofDKyied-s h.r.>,.utr ., fers from painful periods.
A7,.. sa.. owto, k down, headache, backache,
liwllilto In tUr i)trector, lit l>y-l-ws nsail;
M"t dip-r, may >be *tte,,i ,r ,.*is'l.etid h' di/liness, griping, cramps
the stee Tdirer ti .rms may haih trnrwrn 1 ,
itpeal u u r r ll .o..t ,, th ..st. of "is,. dreadful. 1o make life wo
i* aStny o* oIir ples. l, inac ,r times, to e
ItaJ tlne U vW or upsnm rail of the Presides t
rim rarity of the dilnt.,oru. u|Hin nutlee 4)
o pagrt In the biy-laws. or at any time r
lae to be unanimously ser--e uii, by tie B ff
IN WiTesa WeMssRlr aoit s>l.cmitllwr. have
ereto set their hands. th I the lhth tlay ot ric terhu
l.e thousand nine hurdr.q ailnx live
1). V. MAXWIIIA
GO P.I; 'IANNY, .m
- --- IK. 1I. KYIF IvWoman's
t ate of rForkda.
County of I NvI t 'al. I.
nolltf-mp IeC. EllIa. a NotarvP I'uillr In sae d
fir t he ato fe rrWat largp Ier-.allIyapel.
ad "a gm d D. K. Maxwell. eo. P. Haiwy
a Ee person *aolly known to n to be the
siame ii who su ribed the a ave Ar*
tiaLa lin tlo andvel ar nwlwkdwd
that Ueu t*.wsome er f
thTe dI W sM ch o ut11 i 1
a:r- *wirn y. l dio and said ahB
for hItl f tah it li iint A fd aith to r.n-
.K.) NotXWELI u
It TTWmrlo WM-UlMr I have h ntost my
hand Wand seal tL i
my *ommlasl** epite. Ptuary 11. Im t
Tallahassee, Ma.. Oct. 5. 1II5 544t
Gloves, Corsets, Hosiery
The Newest Materials for
i Fancy Work.
MISS ADELE GERARD,
149 N. Monroe St.
TALLAHASSE. - FLORID'.
Georgia, Florida & Alabama
(C., T. & G. P. R. CO )
Schalule Effective 8 srda Slpt If, 1906.
Pnath Sinlt ,.
No. I No. 3 No 5
,v Atlanta 12.0am 7.FMam
.v Maso 48am ll.3'am
Lv Cuti rt 7.5Mm 4.0pm
,v Arlivl-ton 'A-n ."''pm
I. flinbridi" 'O0Aam A.PK'--m
ArTallaaame 12I.Mpm P. 0 m
Iv. X.A.I. Ipm 4.Vtm
r B '' * 1' 7.40pm '0 ?r"am
L / Moacho spy
A r A 'al w.hi,',sa
2 (iOPM 2.04Mm
"t m 10. 4bam
Ia ., e~- Sunday
co t 'I ,,' a only.
No. 2 No :w No. 4 No. 9
,v Agtlarhleola 7 00am 7. Iam 7 30pmr
Lv CArrabelle I1 tI~- 2 '',m 4.30rm
Lv Ianark 1 4 m '2"2 pm 4.46am
Lv Sopchoppy 12.,ii.... 3 : 4opm 5.lam
_r Tallahasss- .. "'m .'Opm 6.20am
(S.A.L Ry.I *.flfsem 4rm
A rTall h laa- N.lem lO..., -,
Lv Tallahassee 1.2Spm .. am
Lv i nbrlde S.Io)m 7 im 10.2pm
r rllnsto ... "p'Pm 1).lHam
,v 'utht4rt N.43p is I l.aa it .I *r
,v Macon 4.15amr m .'rm
Ir Atlanta 7.36am 7.5 'M""" ""m
Notice- Trair Nos. 6 an I 6 will d it -, frous and
arrive at foit of fhotwell street. Bain' r *Jre.
Tickts for tra n 6. leaving Bainbrid '.r Suir dlay
it 6.20 ai. will ',# -in sal- at the offlc the ('al.
khan Grorery Company.
"Traln No. 6 will *top :.' minute. at La:.ark for
W. M. lwr, r. 0. AlIton.
generall Manager. G-neral Priuerigr Awent.
R. C. Snlpen.
Traveling Pamnerer Airent,
13 TO I
nd better are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
ou use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
ell, there's little likelihood of y )ur
having anything but a pure, wholesn me
et economical product. But don't be
ont nt with a "just as good" flour-
emind the Clifton eve.'ytime, it is the
cry heat. At J. W. COLLINS.'
g to the woman who suf-
The eternal bearing-
and similar tortures are
rth living, take
It quickly relieves Inflammation, purifies and en-
riches the blood, strengthens the constitution and
permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
weak women suffer.
It Is matchless, marvelous, reliable.
At all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.
- U= A LSTED
~smbh. We in wacd f Go"&lu(
MeiH~m~wC-I, opium and
"i sUFFEP BAITT,"
wrn Mrs. L. S. Ove. r, aob-
view, N. C "at my msmiy period,
Almy Me, but the lrt bdlo .Car-
dd gave m wedruI ui -an new -
I as to betihr b I fve bNes1
for a BAWg le.*o
I I. *,: .i*
THE BEST MAC4ME
ON THE MAKE.
UNIVERSAL KEYBOARD EI vAd ^TA
Lightest Shift! Lightest Running! The
Champion Speed Writers of tile World
Use the Fay-Sholes. More Fay-Shoks in
use in Florida than any other machine.
Far sale by . .
THE TRUE DEMOCRAT,
WILL PROVE TO BE A
VERY POPULAR SUIT FOR
Fall and Winter
Juit the snap, grace and swing
to make you look right
q.C and examine our elegant
line of The Bell System Suits,
Single and Double Breasted.
Overcoats and Raincoats.
Dosfmed a"I Mes&6
Stemrn, Lauer, Shohl & Co.
One sugar cane mill and evaporator.
The evaporator is nearly new. App
i D. BI MegiaiLs .t,
FOa S 1',.hw at I. J.
TW60pu ea krge buettof limber
Laud. =1hWa; preor. elwt
4 Ag~o 3 ILMU.LvA^
IMS TubS. d Trw 3W a* eq. IILl