The weekly true Democrat
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Title: The weekly true Democrat
Uniform Title: Weekly true Democrat (Tallahassee, Fla. 1905)
Physical Description: 7 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: John G. Collins
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 27, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33933863
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System ID: UF00075917:00036
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Succeeded by: Semi-weekly true Democrat

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

SOUa W DIa T. swI .-Chlttemden WeddiJa.
.... -- ......... h At noon on Thursday, a notable wed-
Am Slega tracere reacted by the ding event occurred at the residence tf
Seabeard Air Lai* balway. Nou. William A. Rawla, when the
the courtesy of Mr. Frank eldest daughter of the house Miss
P. WAgent of the Seaboard Annie Maxwell Rawls, was unIted in
Ar a representative of The True marc ege to Mr. Dudley Frisbie Ch't-
Democrat was enabled to ins th tenn, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Chit-
wek the new passenger sta ut teen of this city.
completed by thatt h nt ris Torp "e handsome dwelling was appr-
ation. The structure is both andome pratel and tastefully decorated for
and convenient, and is a credit not only the happy occasion, the ceremony tak-
to the company but to the city of Tef- ing plaein the large dining room amid
lahsasse which has long needed such mass of floral embellishments and in
an -tabahiet Ithe presence of a select company of
The new building is located about relat ves and invited guests.
seventy-five feet east of the old depot, The nuptual knot was securely tiedby
and occupies, with its a pro ch a. a Rev. Dr. W. H. Carter, rector of 8
plot of ground probably 200 feet square, Johns Episcopal Church, accompanied
ImMn-litely on the tracks of the main by rare strains of rich musicT ap -
line. It comprises evary mdern con- ately rendered by Mr. Lindsey G aim,
venience necessary to the comfort of one of Tallahassee' most talented -
the patrons of the road, and plan and ists. The bride's attendants were Mias
its exterior appearance reflects great Mary Baker, of Marianna Miss eith
credit upon t.e company's engineers Elliott, Miss Eunice Rawls and MIss
who prepared the planaand the contrac- Gertrude Chittenden, while the groom
tors Mesrs, J. H. McKenzie & Son, was supported by his best man, Mr.
of Augusta, Ga., who executed them. Herbert Bruner, of Birmingham, Ala.
The walls are of pressed brick, red, After the imposing ceremony dainty
ornamented in panels with buff or cream refreshments were served, and the hap-
colored brick, with a heavily corniced py couple departed on their wedding
overhanging roof of metal A mmet- journey to their future home in Tyler-
rcal yet modest cupola over the main town. Miss., where the groom is en-
entrance relieves theinee, and hand- gaged in business, accompanied by the
some columns of brick grace the main hearty congratulations and good wishes
entrance; which is on the north side: of their many Tallahassee friends.
The entire interior is beautifully fin- ..
ished in hard oil on pine, with deep The Capital City SaM.
wainscoting, large windows, and lighted Every true citizen of Tallahassee and
throughout with bothgas and electricity. Leon county takes pride in the success
The main waiting room, for whites, and prosperity of every enterprise that
is 28by 87 feet in sie, heated by a large is established and conducted within their
flre-lace and will be completely furn- borders, and, although someone con-
ished with settees and tables. At its nected with the Capital City Bank, in
western side are retiring and toilet season and out of season has seen to it
rooms for both ladies and gentlemen, that this newspaper has not had any
with every modern convenience, patronage from that institution, we,
Between the main room and a some- with other citizens, congratulate the
what smaller room adjoining it is the officers and stockholders of that insti-
ticket office. The smaller room is col- tuition over the apparent evidence of
ored waiting room, equally well finished doing a good business and being success-
and furnished. Next to this, on the ful business men.
east side of the structure, are large Mr. Geo. W. Saxon, the president and
and convenient baggage and express head of the establishment, a self-made
rooms with patent iron doors. Sur- man, is given up to be one of the
rounding the building on all sides is a shrewdest business men in this section
wide artificial stone pavement and on of the State, and to him and his per-
the north and east side wide and macad- sistent energy and quickness of fore-
amized roadways, the northern one ex- sight is due 99 per cent of the credit of
tending to the street, about 50 feet in the success of that institution. There
width and the one on the east side about is nothing narrow about us that we
20 feet wide. know of, and, while we know that this
bank is "'ain" us, we extend our sin-
Church Netices. cere congr-tualstoe on its prosperity.
First Baptist Church, Rev. Frank W. May every enterprising business of
Cramer, Pastor. Divine worship by Leon county succeed, whether they are
the pastor Sunday at 11 a. mr. and7. our friends or not. Tallahassee can
p. mi.Morning subject, "The Victory well afford to be proud of all of her
of the Church. Evening subject, "The banking institutions.
Staitway to Noblest Manhood." Bible
School at 10 a. m. Junior Baptist Hon. S. H. Melton, member of the
Union, 3 p. m. Senior B. P. U., 4.80 House of Representatives for Duval
p. m. Every person is most cordial county, was in the city this week.
invited to worship with us. We wil Mrs. McMullen and Miss Fannie Ball,
welcome you. recent guests of Mrs. Geo. WV. Saxon,
Trinity M. E. Church, South, J. W. have returned to their home in Tampa.
Bigham, Pastor. -Services Sunday at last Sunday, about 12 o'clock, a small
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning sub fire occurred on the premises of Mrs. T.
ject, "Modern Missions." Junior Ep- J. Perkins, on North Monroe street.
w rth League, 4.30 p. m. Senior Ep- The fire company turned out promptly
wrth League, 4.30 p. m. Special busi- and the fre was soon exti-iguished, with
ness pieeting will be held after devo- slight damage.
tional meeting. All members requested Mr. Charles Munro, chi -f clerk in the
to attend. The public and strangers State treasury, left for Palatka last
specially invited to worship with us. Sunday to attend the burial of his
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev. mother, who died at Valdosta the day
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector. -Services: previous. His many Tallahassee friends
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun- extend their sincere condolences.
ion 7 o'clock a m. Sunday, 11 a. m. The Alkahest Lyceum Association
and 8 p. m. Friday, a p. m. St. Mi- will begin the season with S. J. Bennet's
,.hael's (colored). Services: Sundays, famous "Old Homestead Male Quar-
4 p. m. Friday, 4.30 p. m. tette." These entertainments are of
S ...f the highest type, very interesting and
As Awfl Cough Cnred. instructive, and we will publish a list of
"Two years ago our little girl had a' a I the attractions for the season next
touch of pneumonia, which left her with week.
an awful cough. She had spells of cough-' Mr. R. McClellan, agent of the G. F.
ing, just like one with the whooping & A. Ry. Co., has resigned that position
cough, and some thought she would not to go to Atlanta for a course in dentis-
get well at all. We got a bottle of try and has been succeeded by Mr. T.
('hamberlain's Cough Remedy, which J. Perkins, a native Tallahasseean and
acted like a charm. She stopped cough- a first-class and experienced railroad
ing and got stout and fat writes Mrs. man. His appointment will give pleas.
Ora Bussard, Brubaker, ill. This rem- ure to many friends, both in Tallahassee
edy is for sale by all druggists. and elsewhere.
captain Lewis M Livel and family At the almost unanimous solicitation
have returned from their summer out- of the people Mami and Dadeounty,
... Governor Broward on Thurdy op-
""n .... pointed to be clerk of the circuit court
Hon. John W. Henderon, accompa- or that county Mrs. Anna Dear-
nied by his family who have been off born, widow of E. C. Dearborn, who
** summering," arrived home yesterday. had served in the same office for several
Fr-htful Sufferla Reieed.m terms, and who recently died leaving
ri. S .erg eleed. his family but slenderly provided for.
Suffering frightfully from the virulent It was a worthy act.
poisons of und igested food, C. G. Gray-
son, of Lula Mia., took Dr. Kings New If copies of the Legislative Commit-
Life. Pills, "with the result he wri tee Reports on the Asylum Inveetiga-
"that I was"cured." All-stomach 'n-. tion, commonly known am the Jackson
bowl troubes give wav to' theirtLnic, and Noble Reports, have not come Into
laxative properties. 25c. at all drug yo hands, wis the Comroll er
te ------*- ,printed and circulated, and the State
Hon. W A Register was in the cit. poIld for it in order that the people
Tuesday, looking after teams with a might read the rich testimony contained
view of again at an early date go'ng therein. Get a copy, plenty of 'eam yet
into the lor going business in connection stored away.
with his farming enterprise. He hase- Mr. Edward Gray was a welcome vis-
cured another contract with a lumber Itor to The True Democrat office tblehis
company that lasts about two years. week, and gave us the following item:

S,. Lst Thury his Httle son aa a no-
ir hit g were breaking earL e the Brad-
Mr. J. Ca tten in a fne well ln and alot stepped
lot of stock. S m be ore you pur- rattlesnake, which the lad
chase. romptly killed. It measured six feet
e ig*lhteen inches in lsmafer.
yDLEmIwfldEMAK ^r*t* ^mA
sa e basrjs k d wnt'd themma.iny.

oat to e ran's Cugh Rev. B. C. Horton SulphurSprings,
Remd tobeir little ose, as It con. TaI., writes, July b1M:, "I I have
taleiof nohn u Tias ae my family Baular Saow Un-
to iidt a medaiine of have proved 8ertaiv ml4o. f
great wath merit. It h a worid- beat e &
wWie rtti for Its eaofgh, for an
a a2 _oup M l A ways breI i l s H.
Ned apm rr sale by A l R -

LCAL A p m SONAL. Oe ra sal Water Co.'. MaNamer.
---- Miss Ethel 0. Miller, daughter of
Mr. Robe oman made a business Manage C. R. Miller, of the as and
isit to lat week. Water Works Companies of this city,
Mr. b.. a a returned TaI returned home Sunday after a very
lahasnese l arrangements -asnt several week' visit in Phls-
to to Crawterd- iphiand Wilmington~Delaware. She
tolw.. is!Oood.o ..-, .... aenyofed f rom hdqus e
peaed tmathe ae to ate f an to l*fr father.ht the owners of 0the
-lesed- hi .d.t "locae ."- two companies were well ple with
so elom to Mr. Millr' management of their affair
Ourlastweek editorial suggesting and the many improvements he has
the Candida, ef on. John W.Honder- made. the increased patronage and the
son for the Senate appeared in general good-will of our citizens which
Wednesdayon- of theTimes-Union. he has acquired for himself and their
The a of the suggestion interests here, with instructions to give
will lbe e f ughout the State. exhibitions and receptions at the com-
Mr. T. P has been enlisted pay's offices in this city and to adver-
In the regular and stationed at St. tweo liberally in the news papers.
Paul, Min., served his term of Mr. Miller is surely the man in the
enlistment, ee honorably dis. right position, for he has made many
chased and "s ekhome again. His improvements in both the gas and water
brother, J. N. "Zwho has n quits plantsin this city, especially along the
sick for some is rapidly recovering P'i ,li.s, fr many pipe usedtobe
Invitations t for a rece tion at u~t of the ground, wt wasteful and
the residence of aid Mrs. a War- objectionable leks in them, which tore
tshev Wredine oim. 1& 10M. .War.-t ,ad twisted ve licle wheels and caused
nish Wednesday member 1, 106, at o nuch annoyance, which he went to
.8p. ., in th betrothal of iyork to correct as soon as he took hold.
Mr. Chase. A. ith to Mis Blanche 3y his courteous-and .uny reamen,
MetsAner, sister Mrs. is We y his courteous and sunny treatment,
Metacknowlerst of an invitation And the same of his son and daughter
and exte Ma good es. ,ion d others under him, all of our citl-
and extend of es. ens with whom he has come in oontact
The True D rat had a pleasant nave become his friends and he ha
call this week Mr. R. L. Usell, made friends and patrons for the con-
assistant to t Williams of the panies he so faithlrly represents here.
G. F. & A. Ry., o informed us that
the iron for Ih mch from Havana to Ta lcaterL
Quincy is in belle, and that the We ladl comply with the request of
expectation is the branch will be Miss .em Hr -.ampton, State director, in
in operation January 1, or oolvi notice of the approaching meet-
Hon. E. C th accom niedby of the Southern EducationalAssoel-
on. his Ss ao. 'n Tali- at on, to be held at Nashville, Tenn.,
one of his more, Was among h ia ll November 22 to 25.
hasee friend I n gMondayd .re*,t The route for those who attend is as
ported havig a good frost that follows:
morning. Now, e know Leon has had follows: to
a frost for e would take Mr. Southern Ry., Jackonvil ne to Chatta
Smith's word ; but it was nothingN shileC. AFSt. L. R. thence to
to the frost the tionalists will get in leasville. Florla' delegation will
leonf~? Leon next yar. 20, at 7.45 p. m. Fare for the round
The Jacksonville Metropolis, one of trip from Jackeonville, $16.2. All
the very best papers In Florida. as roads will sell round trip tickets from
well as having largest circulation any point for one fare plus 26 cents.
and best-pa tronage, has just in- Fcr further information, address Miss
stalled one of t and mostecostly Hampton, Tallahassee, Fla.
printing pr ver brought that far
south. The etorofth pa has Gergla, Florida 0 Alabama Ir. Co.
known both Carter and Manager ---
Russell, as we I a number of their Georgia Farmers and Live Stock Fair,
employees, In tely and well for a Macon, Ga., October 24th to November
long number of-'ears, and always en- 8rd 1906.
joys a visit when mi Jacksonville to their ieduoed rates from all points via
Metropolis' hospitable quarter; and, Georgia, Florda Alabam Railway.
with their hosts of Florid friends, have Through coach Tallahaee to acon,
always noted their bsineas uoeesm dally, (except Sunday, 29th) without
and been admirers of their paper. May change, via Cuthbert.
they continue to grow in ase and use- For information, call on ticket agents
fumes. of this company or
Several weeks ago Contractor 0. C. R. C. SmNIP,
Parker finished for C. A. Bryan, Jr., Traveling Passenger Agent.
on his place three miles west of the
city a comfortable new dwelling house; Dea't Be lapeed Upea.
and now, besides pushing work to corn- Foley & Co. originated Honey and
pletion on Miss Mar Damon's new Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and
two-story cottages. State Treasurer on account of the great merit andpopu-
Knott's handsome residence, the annex larity of Foley's Honey and Tar many
to Mr. John Johnston's comfortable imitations are offered for the genuine.
home, a piazza at Mrs. Brevard's resi- These worthless imitations have similar
dence and improvements on Mrs. Rober- sounding names. Bewareof them The
son's residence on College Hill, he in genuine Foley's Honey and Tar is in a
generally overhauling the Presbyterian yellow package. Ask for it and refuse
church and putting in the handsome any substitute. It in the best remedy for
gothic windows. He is a hustler, and coughs and colds. Sold by all dealers.
deserves the great success he is meet- -,- .-- I. -
ing with in Tallahasspe as a contractor WANTED To rent a good milk cow.
and builder. Apply at this office.
Just as we were wrestling with the Syrup Barrels for sale at High-
several big packages containing our tower's. 36-tf
new press (total weight about $12,5(K) 0 ite a number of Tallahassee people
pounds), in walked Mr. James I. Heall, went to Jacksonville last Saturday "to
travelling agent for the Dodson Prin-. ethe President."
ter's Supply Co., of Atlanta, from Fo e rer 'p, W T
whom the press was purchased. He For Fresh Groceries, phone W. T.
could give no expert aid in installing Damon. Phone No. 198. 35-t
the monster machine, but was wen Miss Mamie Fozxard, Governor Brow-
corned, all the same, as "one of the ard's niece, who is a student at the F.
family." The preasman who was expect- F. C.. visited her family in Jackson-
ed to set up thepreos, having been una- ville this week.
voidably detained, we are forced to get Mr. M. C. McIntosh, chief clerk in
out this issue of The True Democrat as the office of State Superintendent Hol-
heretofore, and also to leave out a loway, went this week for a brief vaca-
great deal of excellent live matter, in- tion to visit at his home in Alachua
cluding valuable correspondence, but county.
by this time next week we hope to Mrs. J. C. Kemer was a visitor to
have the big machine in running order, numerous old friends in Tallahassee this
and to tell our readers something about week, as she passed on her way home
Just inside the gate of the alleyway Northampa from a summer spent in the
east of the cotton ard on Clinton -- -
street, in a corner next to the warehouse Sicl Headache Cared.
fence, Monday morning we noticed thir- Sick headache is caused by derange-
teen whiskey flasks and two beer hot- ment of the stomach, and by indigestion.
ties, all bearing bright new labels, show- Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
g they were just from the case, la- lets correct these disorders and effect a
beled as follows: "Florlda Old Rye," cure. By taking these tablets as soon
"Paul Jones "Pedigree," "Florida as the first indication of the disease
Club," "Buffold," etc. That there is a appears, the attack may be warded off.
big-sized blind tiger close to that local- or sale by all druggists. *
ity, with a pretty good supply of goods, -.-. .--. - .
there can be no doubt Atten of off- Mrs. Perry G. Wall and little son ar-
easi are again called to the fact that to rived this week on a visit to her mother,
violate prohibition laws isas bad as vio- Mrs. Gen. Houston, and brother, Mr.
lSting ay other law, aid that if they Jamese P.S. Houston and family. On
do not o their duty a good-atd law Tueday the family removed from the
aad ord league m be organized to plants ton to the city, and will reside hi
help them enforce public laws. the dwelling on West McCarty street
--, -w-,-,--- recently occupied by Secretary Brown.
Nething to uarW. ---- ~~~~--
Mothers need have no hesitancy in Ti nest _cte* .

On the St. Augustine road or in Tal-
lahasee on September 1th, a pair of
oM4tyle Cuff BC to towp t et
ad parls in tr. beral ward f
arw t f's =M

S 4 1'

VOL. 1.

NO. 35.

Seuls W %k WeM
Sem mt Deemand bpianamUm.
Editor True Democrat Tallhassee
has during the past few weeks demo-
strated the corretness of the estimate
of those who have called it "oonerva-
tive." What other community would
have remained so quiet, so docile, under
the recent actions of our school board
in ignoring competent home teachers of
proven ability and importing from dim-
at Statea for our high ehool those of
third grade. One lone dtisen has had
the temerity to stand up and publicly
protest, where the whole community
should have done so, and I do not wish
him to feel lonesome.
If our own teachers are not to be
given the preference when the higher-
priced or more desirable assignments
are made whence comes their encour-
amentf If all Florida school boards
Id follow the policyof ignoring first
and second grade teachers ad import-
gthose of thid e to ll dslrable
places, where tir-grade teaebrs really
should sot be allowed, would not our
normal ahools become .upefluous and
useless? This situation would seem to
be auffciet to make the board appear
.diculous in the extreme; but we are
*old that they have generously agreed
to raise the salaries of the imported
teachers $ a moath, so a to leaise a
guarantee to bear their traveling ex-
pense- dying third-grade teachers
rst-grade salaries, with a bonu of 96
added Will our people stand for this
Only recently our school authorities
were making for, and were given, an ad-
ditional tax levy with which to make
our high school "the best school" of Its
kind in this section of the State, and
now observe their negative method of
accomplishing that end! Is it caused
by lack of business acumen, or are they
inoculated with the idea that anything
"imported" is beyond peradventure tat*
ter than the home product? Is some
one on the outside pulling the strings,
or is it just a case of monumental stu-
One teacher was imported, I have
heard, because they desired one strongg
in mathematics," and. on examinaon
obtained a percentage of 60 (out of a
possible 100)in arithmetic, and 80 in
algebra; and ia teaching, too, in a grade
where strength in mathematics should
be a prerequisite. Other very low
markings are noted in the examination
records of these teachers.
Mr. Uitor, it is time for the public
to wake up and look into this matter.
Somethig is amiss. If there isa "nig
ger In the woodpile," let's And him.
I think the school board is due the
citisensof Tallahassee and Leon county,
whose money they are spending, an ex-
planation as to why these places were
not offered to home teachers, why teach-
ers were imported and why they so-
cured those of third grade -thus failing
to advance the standing of the school,
as they had promised, and were ex-
pected to ao, though increasing the ex-
I learn the country members are en-
deavoring to placethe blame on thecity
member, not appearing to realise that
they are thus branding themselves as
figure-heads. SarelyG. I. Davis, even
if proposing these measures could not
with one vote, overcome the votes of
both the other gentlemen. And if they
do not understand that they are jointly
responsible with the city member for
the proper conduct (or misconduct) of
aul schools in this county, it ishigh time
some of their friends were informing
them. H. R. BAUL.
Cheated Death.
Kidney trouble often ends fatally, but
by choosing the right medicine H.
Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
death. He says : "Two years ago I had
Kidney Trouble, which caused me
great pain, suffering and anxiety, but I
took Electric Bitters, which effected a
complete cure. I have also found them
of great benefit in general debility and
nerve trouble, and keep them constant-
ly on hand since, as I find they have no
eiual. All druggists guarantee them
at 6e. _
We are installing our new, large c. I-
inder press this week, and hope to have
it in running order soon.
Syrup Barrels for sale at High-
tower's. 86tf
Governor Broward has offered a re-
ward of $100 for the apprehension of
John Brown, charged with the murder
of HatUte Graham at Ocala.
The old Carrabelle railroad shop, out-
side of the city limits, wa burned last
Monday. The fire was caused, it is
supposed, by sparks from the pumping
Stare to Bent.
The store room now occupied by the
Singer Machine Company, under tele-
phoae exchange, will be vacant and to
rent soon. For particulars, apply at
this office._ __ __



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THTE RU DgMO T MMns m was m. 7mI a, ..A.. awm i
.elE Cu.e. rp.. **MoretlMisyear andSa halfafUr the The Lake Oty lads, has ben aw- Wh Govsernoo"t Ulma tm Ma
"tmbuaiesgovernor"begantorulover ning at as for' mse time to "give now, thea pol idoe l Mol .W Florid prt
PUMu D KVYUTv uwAY MORNINoG. the people Florlds-and their aseets- names," to spaeify the Individual or in- Democracy--notated the saleof uar lerk
t seedC M w M m he ap ens to have discovered that the dividuals against whom, as parts of the mllon series of Ssate swamp lead to thei
te Posms at meh unrste affaires of the I. I. Fund w e la bad infamous Joeniigs administration, we Hamilton Dieston at c eents per w el ply o.
A MSor ,cMw oef Mfrh &tire ,. way, and in his characteristic, bomba- have been charging various thing. and his Board of Trustees c the L L dalive
tie and despetle style, he addressed the In resposis to the request of a cor- Fund, composed of Comptroller Colom- meet 1
Ofies in Teephone Bilding, Corner Adum and following communication to the board: respondent we gave the names of the bus Drew, Treasurer Walter Gwynm, contra
ciatnt nte.t Telephone No. Gentlemon-I have decided, after ma- JenninIW Board of Trustees of the In- Commissioner Hugh A. Corley and At- quality
.h tg", F.or Taw. inAd.A...n ture consideration, that all monies be- ternal Improvenent Fund which sold torney-General Geo. P. Raney, conveyed have
Advethein, Reim oA pplicaton,.log. to and under the controlof the hundreds of thometanda of acres of the the land, many of the n mwspapers of Was o
of Flori d ould event held in the name of choicest public land in the State to spec- the State turned somersaults over each work
T l s, Friday, October 271, 195. the Trustisa of the Internal Improve ulators and turpentine operators at low other to denounce. the sale and those who structi
meant Fund, and that all disbursements prices, creating a fund of more than were responsible for it. ."WI
The True Democrat returns thanks should be made on orders signed by all $00,000 which is now lying idle, or ac- When Governor Jennings and his printed
of amid trustees, and that the receipo
for a courteous invitation from the man- for moles anad other property should cumulating interest, which the Board board of trustees--Comptroller Croom, friend
ager of the Tampa bureau of the Times- made- n the name of the trustees, and cannot possibly use for any present Treasurer Whitfleld, Commissioner Me- good
Union to enjoy its hospitality during that monthly reports in detail should be lawful purpose, and which the LeXisla- Lin and Attorney-General Lamar--sold things
the Tampa fair. made to the trustees of all receipts and ture attempted to have turned in to the large tracts of the choicest timber land Our
.--.--.-.-.. -. disbursements, and of the amounts and
Th nr men of the Stat location of a money, bondannd ecuri- State treasury, but the bill was vetoed belonging to the State to speculators ner co
The newspaper men of te away copies of ties belonging to orh eld by the trustees by Governor Broward. and turpentine operators for 30 cents to tion, b
should secure and file away copies of or under their control. Having "given names," the Index $2 per acre (which land has since happen
all the State departmental reports, also I beg to herewith submit a resolution now says : changed hands several times, always at cident
the reports of the Internal Improvement for your consideration which, if adopted The people of the State of Florida advancing prices, and some worth a name
Board, They will come in handy in the by the trustees, .will accomplish the elected-thaw men to ofce, and are re-
Board Theypurpose suggested in this letter. The elected these men to ofe, and are r much as $7 or $8 per acre), scarcely a eviden
near matter is referred to you for consider- s nsibl. for their honesty. Now, will
near future. mater on and ac ed to you for consider- t True Democrat single out its man, single voice was raised or a line printed for pu
Read every article in this paper, and tn acuse t or men, from the above list, and say in protest. forth
veryparagraph. Don't skip anything. Of course, the board very promptly which one is dishonest? Our friend up Why? This
Then, when some other reader mentions nd obediently and properly --adopted the road is getting very close to where Thpositiv necessity of rlieving all to er
Then, when some other reader mention Ithe resolution; but the public in re- we want him, We desire him to name The positive necessity of relieving all to ser
somethinghe has seen it,you will th id mustbe struckthe dishonest official in the above of the land belonging to the State from serves
not be obliged toconfess your ignorance viewing the ncent, must be struc "bunch," and then we will possibly the incubus of vexatious litigation, by winkir
concerningit. with several very curious features of it, have a word to say in defence of the the payment of the Vose claims and and he
neerin- I t- Iviz: party. judgments against it with the proceeds people
The Governor's message "bound in That it took the exceedingly astute As to the peopleof Florida being "re- of -the Disston sale was enough for and w
boards." Have you securedscopy yet? "business governor more than eight- sponsible" for the performances of Governor Bloxham and his board, to watch
If not, write Governor Broward a re- een months to discover that something those who have been "named," will the warrant them in effecting the sale; and his fr
quest for one to-day. There are quite a was wrong. Index now please take its turn at nam- the sequel abundantly justified their serve
number of copies on hand, and 'tis said That the official records and the gov- ing names, and designate which of tem judgment: The land released, railroads resent
it will be printed over again. Be sure ernor's letter carefully avoid saying were elected by the people" and w b Th lan elase raoti
you secure a copy of the first edition, what was wrImg. which were appointed by Jennings? were built into every section of the native
you secure copy of th ft edition. what wa mewr if not in that of the to designating which of those State, population and wealth increased, learn
Tho. J. Applyard, who has n whose name, if not in that t A to designate which t and what had been a wilderness blos- the ef
Thom. J, Appleyard, whodhas a beeinetrustees, had the "monies belonging named was, more than the others, "re-an somed whaith groves, farms, towns, man blo- unforthe ef
his bonnet and aspirations to become to, the fund been "held" up to the time sponsible for the shameful acts of all ufacturing enterprisesfarm a towns,d every man- unforti
a Railroad Commissioner in place of a of this discovery? ,.sn a board, that is quite easy. The festation of enterprise and progress. which
better man now holding that position, I Who had been making disburnements leading, dominant spirit was William What exigency or necessity existed closed
promises to begin a defense of the Jen- thereof without "orders signed by all Sherman Jennings. The others, to all What exthency or neceds y exi l oe '
nings administration, When he does of said trustees"? app.iArance, were quite willing to follow to justify the disastrous Jennings sale?
so, we promise Uncle Tommie Rot all In whose name, if not in that of th' where he led. Each must b ar his own None whatever. There was and is Ano
he is reaching after. Just come on! trustees, had "receipts for monies and share of the blame fr despoiling the which can be now accumulaly put the d in eal h
Among a number of letters received other property" been made? splendid landed domain of the people of the $300,0 Fund as the reult of thee tedh
from different sections of the State com-- ",What was the secretryandand none outside of the Firstri
mending the course of The True Demo-f the board (who had been thus acting The Index, in another place in the nedent bosales- rd nd nows whertidf the Firstpany
crat in its efforts to take the lid off of since 1189) doing all this while,. that he same issue, dechres that it is "too far reet board kow where thcarrie
had notittimertsrthadknotebden requ....... .The
the seething ca:dron of official derelic- had not time, or had not been required away to know what is going on at Tal- A JUST TRIBUTE. live in
tion during the Jennings regime is one to make "monthly reports in detail of lahassee." Its editor has spent more The Tampa Times pays the following James
inqujiring if "Czar Croom i. attempting all receipts and disburseme at." to the time in Tallahassee, probably, for the just tribute to the work of one of the promir
to dominite-as Jennings did any and trustees dual official (con? st few years, than he has at home; best and most esteemed of the Florida 6,000
everything connected with the public Was this dual oficial (concerning .t ieast, n.uch nore than any other newspaper fraternity: last tr
business?" And instances prompting whose appointment or election the rec- Florida editor not resident here. If he Mostofthe local readersof theTimes and ad
tie Inquiry would seem to justify it. words of the board are silent) the only doesn't know what has been going on it years ago knew Miss E. Nellie Beck, $75,00
I'll..-1. - _-- .person connected with the afft.ir of th<, was because he industriously closed his who was for a long time a most active transa
The law requires that the statutes en- fund possessieo knowledge as to "the ey n and his ears against the truth. and popular member of the newspaper county
acted at a session of the Legislature amounts and location of all monev, And the fact that he announces himself fraternity in this city and elsewhere in The
should be printed and ready for distri- bonds and securities" belonging to the a standing ready to defend those ac- South Florida. She as been for twoor the tu
hold be printed and ready for dtri. bond and used of wron doing shows why he three years a member of the staff of State
bation within sixty days after the ad- fund? na been thus fr bot blind and deaf. the Pensacola Journal, and in that con- Mr.
Journment of that body. It is now And if, in pursuance of the above-. '-- -- nection ha4 just accomplished some- pany,h
nearly five months since the adjourn. mentioned resolution, the board suc- CiRIOUS DISCRIMINATION. thing that, had it bten done by a man, they
ment, and the statute book has not yet ceeded in securing the desired inform t- Althou ,h a number of prominent Re- would have called for an eulogium and He oT
made its appearance. Does the State tion concerning "the amounts und loca- publicans were named as members of classed him among the list of heroes detail,
printer have much a pull, even now, that tion of all money, bonds and s .'-uriti.. Pheredeptionracommittee to y Het tS he rem iined at her post, keeping her minute
he can do as he pleases, without refer- belonging to the fu id, wa.y has not the Chubb and W. G. Robinson were omit- page of the paper up to its regular high connec
ence to the requirements of the law? x.mrd taken the' public into its o ed from the list These gentlemen are standard of brilliancy and cheer and markal
.- -.- .. dence and shown in its puh!ishe< rec candidates for re-appointment as re- nope, distributing courage and earnest- naval
Mr.JeffersonlavitepheofeJack- iver and regi.Atr. respectively, of the ness to all the people and making the alive
Mr.fferona tephenofJck-ords where thi valuahl, propty is the United States land office in thisvisitation lighter and less fearful. In as
son county, who was a member of the kept, and how? i it be taue, accord- State, and while the political fates ar not a line nor a letter did she betray a busins
recent Legislature, has announced him. ing to the Jenningp theory, the affairs such that members of the Republican shrinking from the full measure of im
self as a candidate for ()ngrens from of the fund are "not subject to legisla- party will be given Federal office, we work and duty. This was characteris- timber
the third district, and has begun the tiv control," and theref.rethat anyde- desire to state that under such condi- tic of Nellie Beck, whose keynote of toearne
publication at Mariann of an "organ," sire on the part of the people of Florida made, and iter would hintmvebeent could be cia- relation of life. been duty in every
the Marianna News. It is the privilege to know these things would ie regarded tive courtesy to have given them a As a daughter, a friend, a worker, ent Tir
of any citizen to run for any office, but by the boards an impertinence? If such 'ace on the committee.-DeSoto County he has never for one instant fallen short Is
If the hint we have heard i true that not hih im f h ew. of that standard which marks the true sawing
Mr Stephens I imply "running" s a the fact. is it nt hh tme for The many friends of these gentlemen a faithful woman. Her adherence to se
blin in aid f th lndid of .th people, through their representatives in in this city, irrespective of politics. will her work and place during the yellow query
blind, In aid of the candidacy of the Legislature, to demand that a proper endorse the above. Both of these gen- fever siege is not exceptional with her ly not
present incumbent, and that lamar is showing be made of the affairs of the tle'men are popular with the people andt s onybecwhat al he never dosher otex- esalarie
"putting up" for the expenses there- Fund, and that thimv board of trustees, )i r oei en everS
of-he need nut expect much .uplort wo, are their .ervintn., be rtuired to I)talyr un l. ivl her this tribute of esteem and appre bull din,
from the unt'rrifl.d D)emsracy of the give a proper and mnteligible account of In this connection we desire to call action, because she has fullydeserved it, a stru-
district. their s oewardihap? attention to still another instance of not only in the past terrible weeks, but c y
k i w re -T .oversight on the part of Governor Brow- all her life long. And it is the wish Patie
Jacksonville .wyers are nw buy in-A POLICY DER'S PLAIN TAL. ard in ignoring Hon. M. B Macfarlane, and hoe of a multitude of friends that has nc
vestigating the question of the eliihil- A Florida policy holder of the Equita- of Tampa, as one whose prominence many hke years may be added to it. daily,
ity of Sheriff M. A. Browrt of Duval ble Life Assurance Asciation of New and merits abundantly entitled him to Report fr^mhcountr indicate Commi
cunty to hold that responsible office. York, in remitting his premium, took be named as ,n" of the reception com- that quail are hore abundant this fall business
It appears that Brown was a;.pe'inted occasion, like many others we have mittee to meet President Roosevelt than ever before. People driving along edition
within four months cf the date' of his heard of, to express his opinion of the Mr. Macfarlane was the Republican can- the country roads see many flocks, a nearly
f an usurvi.rof registration conduct of Equitable ofiLals, as dis- didate for Governor against Mr. Brow- which would not be the cae if there ore
vide at such coutiy l i ,ti. litw o- losed by the recent i invest Igations, in ard, and ordinary courtesy should have were any considerable amount of sur- in due
hold any other office for s.ix mnth 1 hope the Equitable officials will not promp ted him. if only for that rea weeks now until the lawful seaseonl open
from the expiration of his ter-in as surh. ain be guilty of the misappropriation to extend the invitation. And, too, the and it will go on record as one o the Whe
All this brings up the .li, 1i.1 quue.ition- the p y holders' money, and espe- Governor omitted tonameas one of the best ever known The provision of the M. Sm'
Sh h cially to aMist in the election of office- Democratic members of the reception law which abolished the selling of the ble con
Why give to those who have. Why holders. I have decided to keep up my committee another most distinguished birds did more to preserve the game but Dr.
force one already holding ..mn offce tno insurance policies, but I do so in the comm ... .. than all the balance of the law. The sumpti
accept another? There are ilntv of hope that recent disclosures will cause citizen of Florida, his late Democralie than all the balanci the fellow who made out of I

eligibles. Such things need not In. the thieves to be put out and honestmen opponent for the high oce he now fills, birds scarce wherever they became so. spemif
.-- ..... put in their places. I know thedisclos- Hon. Robert W. Davis, of Tampa. So long as they are not permitted to be my life
A contribution to last week's True: ures must be embarrasing to the slick- These Instances of discourteous dia- sold they will be sufficientlyplentiful to ten yea
fingered rascals who have been laudingl rt-i
Demorst eriticiad some Floerida nw. "honest dollar, diagi crimination are too glaring to be to- afford fine sport.-Tampa mes. thi'eat
nBryanThat's all right, and we believe in theolds;
papers for keeping silent while others, and holding themselves out toh epub. nored, and Gov. Broward. while he may preservation of all game by law. t Colds
are filled with the evl.nces of the lie as pruotetor of the National honor. not feel called upon to deign any expla- presewhat we do of all game by law.xistin Bt Garan
aft and misgovernment that pr Editor W on, of the Tes-Un nation of his reasons therefore, will not what we do object to in the existing at al d
valued duringtheJennigs regime We no bl coo recipes, t be able to esape the inevitable coe- system is the fact that the game laws Over
are somewhat more charitable than our given no new method or cooking okra. quence of his palpable discretion. now operate excluvely for het blind
contribute, perhaps. There may be cala Banner. No one would have been surprised at of the few individuals who have time to tried at
good reasons for their silence. Some Nor has he ever had a word to say such action by Wm. Sherman Jennings, oot game in the season while Thathe
may b merely timid; some. perhaps, to his readers about the iniquities of who always did peculiar and funny act.. large majority of our citizenship are TbliAd
are holding bask to "see which way the the Jennings regime. Have you noticed e ^ bred to eachew indulgence in ai kinds ar.-L
cat is going to Jump," while there may it ? Thats a fearlemt ota poke n nempaper o game, altogether, because it is un- but Pol
be others so .statsted with admiration A family-named Okniski-from Ja- cannot be denied. We a trying to forth to buy what they could
of Governor Jealins and his strenuous of father, mother and give our people that kind of a newpa- In no r way.
style that they an believe no wrong of 90'arrivTa here last week to per, and wish the c-operation and pat-
hik even though one should rise fCowa U mes a ero Lake Jskrga, r o of our itar i ad str ve so tate, ma
the dead" to testify. e t* more no8d. Wil on wie it to usT C

,isiIE iT 1 T Is."

kes m et Ieof the State d-
et, esahest mtand conIdeatkmio
saIled the attentionof the head of
epartomet to the fact that a sup-
Sstationery which had just been
red by the State printer did not
the requirements of the printing
ct, that the paper was of inferior
r, and the printing, wMih should
been lithographed or embossed,
ordinary printing and of inferior
nanship. The elerk asked for in-
hy," said the "Boss," "the State
r has been losing money; As is a
of mine, and has done me some
turns. We must wink at some
informant (who is not in any man-
Dnnected with the office in ques-
but was simply a by-stander who
ned to be be present when the in-
occurred) did not disclose the
of the official, but whenever the
ce may be called fur, by authority,
rposes of investigation, it will be
s official was chosen by the people
ve them. Instead of so doing, he
his friend, the State printer, by
ng at a violation of his contract,
e does this at the expense of the
e whom he is supposed to serve,
hose interests he is supposed tobe
ing and guarding. Neither he nor
iend. the State printer, is fit to
the people, but the people's rep-
atives, when assembled in legis-
session, were prevented from
ng the truth about them through
tortsof other of their friends who,
unately for the people, were in a
on to prevent the investigation
should-- and would-have -dis-
the truth.
A Leoa Laid Deal.
their very large timber and land
as just been closed in Leon county,
ich Live Oak is materially inter-
P. H. Brown, President pf the
National Bank, is one of the com-
which made the deal, and, in fact,
d through the negotiations.
other members of the company
Madison, and are L. T. Fraleigh,
A. Hardee, T. B. Smith, all
lent and successful business men.
Brown and Mr. Hardee secured
Lcres of turpentine land before the
act of 15,000 acres were bought
Aided to it. The purchase price was
), and the other party to the
action was Mr. Saxon, the Leon
last 16,000-acre tract is known by
irpentine and timber men of the
as the "Valley Pine" tract.
grown thinks that after the com-
*turpent:ned these 23,000 acres,
li cut the timber for crossties.
ght to know the business in every
as he is a tie man of considera-
perience. In fact, he knows the
:st details of every business he is
ted with, and herein lies his re-
ble success. He is a successes a
stores man, as a crosetie man, as
tock man, as a sawmill man, and
banker, because he knows each
ss like a book.
whns cousiderable turpentine and
Interests at Minneola and it is
d that Joel Tucker, of this city, is
ume control of those interests in
ar future. Live Oak Correspond-
mes-Union, Oct. 10.
Florida's Railroad Commission
wood? Haven't heard from
gentlemen lately," is the plaintive
of the Apalachicola Times. Like-
hing doing harder than drawing
s. A suggestion of work, how-
could be to order a new station
g at Arcadia, thus getting rid of
cture that is a disgrace to the
Arcadia News.
nce, Brother! President Brown
it yet returned, but is expected
and the other two members of the
ssion are at work on unfinished
s for several weeks. The new
of the classifleation manual is
ready, and every item of duty
the Commission will be reached
Last Bope VaMhed.
n leading physicians said that W.
ithart, of Pekin, Is., had incurs.
isumption his last hope vanished;
King's New Discovery for Con-
on, Coughs and Colds kept him
his grave. He says: "This great
Completely cured me, and saved
,. Since then I have used it for

ars, and consider it a marvelous
and lung cure." Strictly scien-
,re for Coughs. Sore Throats or
sure preventive of pneumonia.
mteed; 50 cents and 1.00 bottles
rug stores. Trial bottle free. *
in Gainesville, the otherda, a
tiger" criminal was arrest
ad convicted n the mayor's court,
Sfellow was fined $mand eoet,
ray of enforcing the law makes
tigerismn" too costly to be pop.-
ive Oak Demoerat That' good
k eanbetit. Th iswIa our
j Ihods Sout to tlm: Twelve
If I_ th twelv

ollan for Neat Job Printing.



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v w

Busy SesIlonr of PardonJ:0g Board.-

AEAt a8ecc-.t meeting of the stba-
bo~ard of I-nusin I 1i~lahaasee, ttv
Lfae-ience o( deith urou J2avid Meltc
elI, LLL&*"Mark hKw,' convicted ii
111104, In Bradiord county, ot mrrdi
In the firs. dogiee and sentenced t4
"b bea~ngzed, was commuted to life 112
virlsortmeat.. The commutation wai
gt'anteij upon the recomm~enda~tion o
numerous citizens of Bradford eoun
ty. and ana u Pon ti? W%1bl1rt of thi
Wedical examining committee appoin!
vA* Lby Kne court to inquire liato ME
manIty. The ccmmitte. reported that
MAtche11 does not possess the averaigi
inte.ligence of the comnion negro, hi
Lfltv!:lgeLnce 1)eig so low that lie dc'-
tot %now right fromt ie ronu, Aani Iz? '
1-'' a., Ic'cii in this (on-lition. fori
o.I!1 f Tcram~, fauddo"s no' ru:!
izr' tho enormity of flis crime, nor tb,
tnu.:gof Ithe pe'z. th I:-ovilk-dI,

A c in di! ioUJal panir'ie awas.,~'
lo i)-ilas McK!-anre', who was curivi I-
cj Ii 1j11~c5, a! the t-prinK tcrin f ii.
( reiti, toliq o Vcl ) 1(: ")fIt coidit Mt.
irtiirder in t ii fi r.it t gi-eg ariu pu

..rneduf 0o ilt' flRhlItL5(?lIII(fl'.
Tli s lpardon was grintt-11 uon tIli(
reeonmnen'iation an(l Littitioil o 01'_
v2tlzvflh of .Jackson county, and t,:e
jaty which cc.iv.,cted McKinnn'. air:
also iipon the' ground of Road behaviort
a&.d the rtc'tninifnda:ion or t1o~ pri-
on authorities: annd als upon Ithe
frtrther grctindt of f'xtf nuathlii' 4-r.
(urns: inces.
A third pardon p rantelttwas to ai
nagro woman. ('landa Johnson, (-oil-
victel1 at a Fiwucial term of hl(-elrc-ilr.
(cniiit of Suwanntue ( oiinty in Fe'br;i-
ary, I 941, of nitirle'r in Oe first 0-
grue. and 'eft*( ito lifk, irnl)r,:.1.

i'.'iesv pardulo wo~rtetill ti: '~!

a)hal I hereafter lIi lad bievahi].ig hAvon:
and lthal uponj complaint to the !st.Ito
()I* ChIiiiii ofVcasthat Itho cf-Ia I to!
Ofire 111k.a.art? li'iiiL4 viot li-1,I li-
shall it i !".. la".en Iwoe(ISO.
and elsorve tlhe ro'naindc'r of 010 '

'rh~lse as.o.- have' all hee'n wn:
for some linie.

Pensacola Unjustly Criticised.
A New (hIt. :ns dX'l,,a, ~'
Marine Hospital SurgE Ofi Whitv.!i
charge of the' )eilow fcvt. sin iatk- I(,* i
New Orlieiii,,.ay that inc!' o t' 2,1
severe criticisins Ilircc: ed -tI*, Pe. I
vola becawo-- of the inahil~ty of t .i
health h officers there to ultake jpro,4zes:.
114 in warranwit --d.~ i: .' Hesh h ()wfl-
cocrPorter an1iiit ate .An 1,u.r-aj.
ie% Io ha~e O(1io-.4J, "eve~tr aft-ll-'l a:

1-l'v' it1111110 -li i! i '*-w '-.V IIn SI l
pz,'sitig ?h4- l.su u-c-had thiy htl !fW:i
'o o, ra t I,,n a1i1(i t1,t it, (t - -I r y Ii -. % : ,i
of r," .'saidhir. \\Vlik'e \\.:( n q'f-e
1 o i 01ti;L :ojvet. "it Was oil
r.'cetlIfy that, Dr. florti-r st'(1:re i
.::eoesilary money triiPfi -plyni pit'n: it-!
1 (xjp..t to 545'v( rY r:i!il i ni 'n o to
i:I'n:1t I I Ifil, P, iji~ a'tI ~ 2

W....,o'ice'r, wbu o.tira .1
?'.m i. v. 11 i lli harge' ()f I'
(,,pa, ~ iiii$siori ;,1I lii'Lie *:,rht(!,
%ke e i tl i it -Wic".'r' -til,. iti 6. Aiid: .

tiall i'~ ae i.'1*'ee* I *.li. 1 :11 : .1
'II' I. 11,1. S4 I I. .--,I ,

"Cleveland, so tha .the mere sight of
a president of the t-aited States Is r >
novelty to the people of Sanford.

The ezeen:ive committee of tn,
Itate P. 0. S. of R. met In Palatvki
the past week. P. P. L Abasch of Or
, land. H. T. Laraasseller of It. A:
guetine and T. IL Owens of Lakle
City were in attendance. The luibjec
ot public schools and good of the or-
der was discussed at length by the.
committee. Other Important matters
~fte up for coeldiertlon.

Ex-Deputy Sheriff Eronorated.

.e Crim~n~Al Court at TarapA '*!s eu
:~cngaged a wholo day and up toz:u
bi o'c'ucik at -. !,ht vilth the triJ CT N.
Ili ..J 4,w..u wlas uri~ at'i(.z
er toit tlU blac~inal1 1rcru the tolittuganh-
to blers of Ybor City.
n_ It was also' charged in the
IS izitOrMu~tIoU thr.: Maavdruga, who was
DI at the time a deputy sl-vrlff, had re-
:1. ct'lxe'1 from several Ybor City saloon.
lit koerpers $53 P~r week, with an JrnplA'd
!-agicement that the fact ot the~r oper-
Is acting bolita gaines was to be c(on-

ThLse Riloonkeepers were tOP rrin-
im 1al witnesses against the rxitdeptty
41 vItef f. Madrup'a made a full stite
w tnteltIn his ouni (etense, rnatl(ng flatt
(i:of ihe' ehartze. Several prom.
rc5 t r :th es t's!tle'd to his- go 'Ii
1. 1 ir.ie '-r arnd ri'pttat ion. Th~'in'iM+,e

I him

3V (.r('ttarl ett:1C Lii* .Ice-n1'
I I) Ii~itQv'c i i r. Toi t var iiou ~art4'

.. ii' g et] -fciair. ltii s b -n

n! I~'' li(,01'itorsward i i, arponsstcd
r it', ierteoi-Ta u inviting elo into r ro

ut Firi 'a atthe on fritg 'flev1ir vis

Fl iordflla at the ;nfhohr-ne oe'sjiot

(Ala', ixiousii,'eI'v iii. 1. Nurfry. Tiin-

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.#-. :in_ v. 011k 1 w-pl di''e fe st AtSil n
i\ hds fo- tv 1stfl:'et 7v(inerttl

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-,-ie t14 toe' 11r' se-i I to sifui cal
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F, at Ii~v ; '1 eih iell 1li (1,lit,'

11 t'o -. I r(ii !'AI; I .n elect ()iv t k cI I
;A rto i~ rn(,l -'i f \,-7 o 11.--;
I I '. H rillca11, I -r c ol 11f :.-.

fit 2. i'~;ts frm *il ueit !I til

''i'nI1-Rianvee' rantiismi.410n Is. how-
v'er. eunti "-uui an(] iiionly nreom-
'..lie-l ovhn till-atrnOO-ploric condih-
.r -.vfavorahe'e.

I a 'i-i clii d"ind 11,i han)' Hap- N
-A~miaiio)'lli 41. In %, ssioiI1with thse
12,'ct('4',.'f I*J ta Ilvir-r',uI n V4 c-
nant'I i~ji alieopie I!ia r. c44 0 11110.1 .'xpr'-
Ingz h'-.r a ,efi i:In (if Ithe'gracefuli
me?! of Preaxdcrtr ilocst~vtlt, in aecotq~
in"- the irvitatlon to. addrvas the col' i
or0'J citizens t their school In Jack- r
sonville. the Florida Baptist Col lege. P

da. Ne'ws'.

Ilr. \Vhi: h(o lis locen in char'.e
ot i ;f t Il f'u I for. c- hi h; \ui I ti ; l k s.
s.i :il i > t i.I of d:i( .. It'' : was iII

.\ r':i;t of t;'.' lif: ::i g of the"
.ss p sta::' ql:It it till ;and th '
Ii.lilij ionil of the Te xa.s (Ilara'iti! Iln',
i I pir nta ivis of railto.iIs wert' Inisy
in c((ii unilel ati.i. ,\ xiith :te.ilth otfih er.-;
in Towns though whi. i. t'iir lines
11ni w.th :i view to ithe est.rat l'l of
all loc.il trains that \wv,.' tlakie% oiT.
Mississippi Lifts Quarantine.
A .la.'kson. Miss., spl-ial says: The
proclamation of the state board' of
health raising the state quarantine
at 6 o'clock Monday afternoon Is au
follows: "Weather conditions hling
s1uc!) us to render finrther spread el
yellow fever improbable, the bureau
thermometer registerIng In the city
of Jack(son, October 22, 1lieii, .t d(-.
gr'ee's, anid helievin-, that tihe pltesr-'
iatlon of the pul llic health n ) lr': '.er
(;-':4 iall; ls I tli i :.ll !e.i:i,1 '' of 1lt I t ; l r
an;: i :Ie hero'teitore c.stablsh!il ied, it is
theteIfcir'tf ordered hl- I ':h i;>,tt' i' it1-AI
i'f h!:alth that ii i ;i ar';ntmini e i-l:n
nceit r ,', re.al-itio's nrnl r ili 'S o ifor i )ll' llll .l;'i:, I i ill( *.ll l
I 01 r,l of health irI,' .'*l v\ Il i'i',i e'\ 1.I.
al1io at;'!I and i, t l'a, -, i. il <;r,'l i ni
il I lit tHtIl ff' .t r :1 I I' ll; IT r
f a ii iiI aftl r i i). In: 11 .):i i ,
.. i ." .
The Pensaccla Situat cn.
Th'il yellow fcv' r ;liiili, ". ('"
hic.;is liL OflId'ily wMA ,>.s toll '
Ne cw ( -'l .s........
.\''-. i 'S . . 1. 7
Peat Ils . . . 2
To:a:l t'vaths . .

I lide: ireatmi ent . 7
I-nr the firw' time I i n T iorl fllt;:, ':
\V Illt' itai 'ssH thati ciill- i !
,'It I 'i '. s w iI:le'r treat in -it,. lit! I Ii ,
(', lf i s- ( '':, s itr i (onvi f ,c i' it. \i1
l l it 's 11 1::.,, Ii l di tl!' 1 i fI ll ''

h, 1 i :ir i .

The Miss asippi Situation.

i i ; 1 1. i I .
i 4i' i i, I* i e, I 0\ i i' I, I i -


Partia-!y Riru1d in A ib; ma.
"1 i I 'v. : I 4-,li-l y l il :i r I 1 ;.

I ll !' : '' i ,
'* h ,' 'n l T* I l l' l < I -' r ( t

'T he1 ity and cI .un i l % ard of
h iAth at a J" it r e'"llI''ng h ld at a.t.
a"inooga MorlSa a .iela.d t1 j ur
antin.e that ha hr en in for- c t i i,
July 2S.

ifePresedChattanooga Liftnd Quarantine.e
anTh l id was ihot Dead r f
I r.alth t a jo isnt n ll held ) (i hati-
tanoilay by her ht sa. d, lll hol lh,, s tiar
theilsn< th at har rfen ia fxte r e Sintl
iJuly ragdy gre of

i Pre a e-d Huvorbane ,f thWil ( urt td. r
nnd Wan 'yot Dd. ,

Mhen. J nem ir 'riled t;s hi- 'it s or n

ri dfvor he e hilt il which sihot wer. li ,

hln turned the gun nfllcted a wound that is likely to
rove fatal.


Dai ly
1. :41 p1
4: OgpI
4: 4 5p
6: 23p
6 31 ~p
7: 2()p
7. eS..p


10: 30a
1t'2: 33 p
1: 26P
2: GOp
A 55ep

10' I."P
11: 56iP
12: la
2: OR
3: 3~x
G: 08A
6: 4G&
7: :0&
8: 40a




Quaratiacs are Being Lifted With Dealer In
Welcome Advent of Frost. ccwr.o.g ai

pile*, Farm

State Of ic'a's Take Initiative In IRas- o, BuIlders' I
ino Embargo--Railroads to Re-
same Full Service.
o, If you can't
The following official report on te If youcant
fever sltuafTii' tn New Orl'ans was b
n.ade'ut 6 p. m. Monday: m ay b
New case . . 4
Total .. . . ,3G.36
Deaths . . . 0.
Total. : 5 -4 .15
New focus ..... i.
I';n- er treamnlent : !i
il;s, harg l. . ...


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find what'you want you

e sure Yateg r.hasi -



ConfectionerO.A T o ""

me~l~ m '

PI E rI 0.

Iriloo.horile 32

0I0. W. CHILD.

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co,


Plans and Specifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest Improved methods.
Mill Work--Mnnufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber,
moulding, stair rails. balusters, porch columns, brackets. mantels, grils,
fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every deecrip-
Uon. Brick, Lime and Cement fo. sale.

All orders will receive prompt
to be first class in every particular.
Office, Shop and Lumber Yard on

attention. We guarantee our woit
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line. on lot BSoth -
P. 0. OBX I.



Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.


7: 2SIp
11: 001)
I1I: 4op
1: 4,,:t


9: 4.a
If' 5, .10
2 01)'Ij


;* : 23p-,
12:1 2a
.l : l i. t
I, I ] -t
2 2. 45p

Lv NewYork Ar.
Lv W. Phila. Ar.
Lv llaltimo. Ar.
Lv WVIsh'ton Ar..
L.v Hl'hniond Ar
I.v l' 't'.'l'rg. A r.
Ar .Norllna Lv

I l: I. v

1: 48a
11: UP
6: 3p
2, 10p

11: 17p
8: 38P
4: 65p
4: 09p
1: 40P

3: 24a

38 32
Dlw Dally

9. i0 i ....... -:.a Lv P'ort-tlo'th Ar 6:30p
1: p ...... 9::Ia Iv S ff ilk. Ar. 4: 64p
1:>,i ...... . I p Ar .Norlina. I.v. 1:40p

1:7? 5 13Ip l:4op I.v .Norllna. Ar. 1:15p
2:23a 5 37p 2:10p l,v lcind'sun. Ar. 12:37p

9 (Ma ...... 4.10p1 Ar .Durham.. Ar. 10:05a

7:1 Is

1:35p 3:21a
1:10p 2:5C&


11:00a 11:5a 125
830Sa 9:45a 11:20p

7:30a 8:50a 10:30p

5: 35a
1: 56a
1: 33a
1: GO&
10: 43p
10: lop

10: OOp
8: 35p
8: O8p
4: fop



10: 5"
10: 15.

Lv Hamlet.. Ar
Ar ..Monroe. LTv
Lv ..Monroe. Ar
Ar ..Chester.. Lv
Ar Clinton iLv
Ar Greenwo'd Lv
Lv Abbeville. Ar
Iyv Ca. Falls. Ar
Lv Elberton Ar
Lv ...Athens .Ar
Lv ...Wlnder. Ar
Lv Law'vYlle. Ar
Ar ..Atlasta .,Lv

For further Information regardllng rates, Pullman reservations, etc.,
to the ugder3lCned.
P'RED OtBSBIJMR. T. P. A.. 116 Peachtree Street. Atlanta. Ga.
W. B. CHRISTIAN. A. 0. P. A., 116 Peachtree St., Atla.ta, Ga.

Prompt Delivery. -

4: 1)a 7: (0p 4 0)p Lv ..Raleigh. Ar.
6:2 "a 8:55p G :l;p Lv So Pines. Ar.
(Plnehurst J.)
7 15a 9:C5p 7-30p Ar Hamlet.. Ar.



Hardww*, Stovs% Yiuw(ar% WNO'

ind all Kinds of Agricloatural timplenvent1

a nd Kettles, MiliiadJIhlIi a

i ad Gkarden Toi..lq. s,Dl'Di cuitiva.

supplies and Sporting Goods.

-' V -


JOHN Q. COLLINSt, Proprietor.

- PMHltIed very FRIDAY Morning.



CM effe, Rob'er of Adams Express
Company, Under Arrest.


Says He Was Sorry Imm:ditcly After
Comiutiong Thcit-.-.. Wiingly Re-
iutos to ihtsburg lor IuaL

Edward (Jeorge( ('niliff., the, Adamn
Express minployee:', who d(JisppvaureJ
fkom 'lItUhburg wlih I$Jo01,0o in ash,
Wa arrc;it.ed in IJridge-jor;, Con i, 4onj
HeU uja(dlj a onifhloln a'id ixpr,,sK

ed is1 w;illngu1'MiS to re-turn It one(li
to P tlta ,irg. IIi ,l< money whlic' hie look lit lilartc, ariiI
that It aidild ir' overedl, intl do'l;i.
ed to te;l until his rehitari to i'llti
burg whe'ro it is hiddenj. iOn his pie'r.
son when arr-est'I the d.'te'.ctives foundld
Cunllffe made no attempt to deny
his identity and ofdlerd no relutancs.
"Five minutes after I took the ion.
yj I was sorry," said ('unllffe, "but
It was too late to do anything. What
can you expect from a man getting a
salary of $65 a month and handling
thousands of dollars a day. I was
tempted aJid I fell. I have handled
larger sumsH. I reim'imber once when
I had $25G,01.,0 In icarS I was itenijted,
but I thought It over and dild'ie'dl to
be lionest.
"The night I left Pllht.sbirg I r< d,'
In a lp'p'er oi the' .'ay to New Yorit.
and I Stie 1I mry h and Haw Slater pai lay. Later Is ourr
local manager in hl'ltsh),irg, I thliought
then that I would turn r w-k, luit.
knowlnit that hl dhid noit 41 nairl' andl
that I hai thel money with ine' In lansh,
I thought I wolld ltakle the chances. I
want to go back to PittlsliiarK,. resore
the monpy alnd throw inym-lf eilpon the
mercy of the cour' ."


to Chrgjed Wilh lmb flerement of Nearly
two Ntludred thousand Dollar*.
W. II. mlith, former protident of the
W~ torn Nationaiil bank of L,ouilvillle,
was Indlited Thurseday by the f.edelra'
grand jury on t;i countfil. charging bihni
with embezntzle'nient, making falne nii-
tries and inlapliproprlittilhil of th' finel'ds
of the bank. The, total defaeniation
charged In the indictiivints In 1i9,
Smlth I sald ito Iie In llor('to i llh .,
uAd It in alhligil that a cablegramrni hii,
been revolved from him layinIg lie will
return to leouiatvlll. (i) ltobler 2.(l
Smith is 32 vyars old. 114 earned it
.ioulaville from lPadluch, whPerr hIe
waS nlteremINed Itn Meveral rnitorprllM'o
At the age of 21 Hmlth was slahl Of the Iewlisiurg Hlanking company,
at lewlaburg. Ky.. and two years
later held a similar poiltlon in Hlaugh
terville, Ky.


Nere Wbo Made Miracutolees cape from
a Mob is Neecptared.
William Waddy, a negro 22 isfvit
of ago, is lt jail at Alcxandrln, V.
obarged with entering thoi min if
Mrs. Henry Ilickerinurg of l.oyii. IUp
14"1 parih, IA.. with irlminll Inint
se'eral wfeks ago. Tirusilay nilhi ,1
i; mOb took him firo. the Jail at I.x'
SOOIple, \IA., and had placsdl a Io'ii
around his neck ready to aIwing liwn
to a tree, whl'n the lnigro gcot his
hads loose, threw off tht nlime and
ainde hisa cape. Hle was re-arrest
ad Wednesday by the authorities andd
ti Bow In the parish Jail. The ne'gro
cllaims that he Is iinno'enti.

flurry ofl Smew l Nebraska.
Snow begMat falling over northern
Nobraska and In southern Silioh lui
eta WednesJay and continued Thurs
f day. The temperature Is dropping fast.


-'0 S** ellter Arrvl atI 'friece
hU Ire r t OrMet.
S The Pacific Malll Steal ship eomia
ay's liner Biberia arrived et tlan Pran.
SclIoo direct from Yokohama Monday.
There were many dltlnsiulahesd pas.
Saengers on the ilherlia, among ithiti
jbelg Missll AII e Roosevelt.


:ut Wide Swath cf Death and Disas-
ter in Little Illinois Town and
Other Points.
A tornalo stru k the village of Hor-
reiit',, hIm., 32 ilIle-s northelat of St.
IJniis. Tu'-sday ingKtb, killing four per-
.', wiaom thr,. will probably die, and do-
iug a gra4t amotint of damcre to
property. Forty homes were blown to
alo:us or carried far from their found
dationm. A .ompleto swath was cut
throuKh the town. Everything In the
track of tn,.' tornado was reduced to
debris or hiown away.
'T''itraph coumifuiilcatloni wth HSor
rent wasi i l aiff an I dletfill were ob-
tiine I ovi r the lo.:g dhistanco tele--
phone. Ti' fouri ki.'d we're in their
hoie'u In diff l'' ..it parts of orrento.
Ail we.re; bully <:rtieit-i. T l,' stormi

Sip;,roa'hli.l roi hontith
I toh main uI .I';:l.o, poixrtionl

f 4 Ht.

town. Their work of tihe wiindl WH done
qiiii:kly and til rolowed a heavy
downpour of rain >sie' ronlpantlid hby
I vivid lightnlr.n arild di''*p thurindir.
Thlioe- who '.-ai; <'! Injutiry wo.ro, for
the tlmIe pait!'' :'r;eIl'e: f i. htuit finally
rall; I inim l so- t' 'Aorl to rersis i ih
I inj irod.
'T in tor-,i lo il l %<'l Aliont I' .
a f'w mil's sithl of Horreito, It lI':*
liatiure of a ei lol inbllo -l, alil Ht. I.o':!i
Iliiffer-i d hl i f:iry of i t i rrllf hiliiid .r
Near Alton no of,4s of life' oicurr 'I,
but "hie tr.-' w'v re' tir'a'1 into t'1ii
porary river. l,.iifll n itllMe s distant'.
Ith villmaup of rI(;trn w'i dits lugd.
'ren 'nl.s north of Alitoi, a (Ch'i if ,;,
'Peoria and ] t. Lo ,n fr;'lght triilli
tni i'k .a w t-.hoiut nd pluingKd dlow
an elnmbanktiti'il. ctpnliilnlng six feet it
water. H onto thO tran ir'lvi 'u ly iei lile'l ", Il
to have p''rish'c,.
KnI lni''r F'ran k lv;' w. I'ire'i inll II.
FIalln'rd and Iru*!;, .rn Alich rt I'attoit
%''ere In lthe I nKin whv'i it plin '" I
i Int'l lth O r,' -'k andI at! lhad to s lii f rti
Shli'er li .


In lachrymose Speeth lie Deplores lIi-.
union ol Sweden and Norwwyv.
'iT' h ixlr io:dllii'n ,' oint'( on f ilr '
Hw4 ll ih l anllr]ln111 ,t1 w it.1 ci:.l a;i'
Stockh(,lolm .. 1 I.. Kling ()O ar, InII
ii t rit fi il i ,0,, chI x,1i, i* ;it:g i're i't ;ii
thi, ,iparitt ion f Nov wil)ay anll I iA
d,'n, ..I'd i4 hei'', ei r 1 i' l l i1l, pili<
fit J I lll ui4:iA.
I ll- *il P il ''' l Ih i )'l t," il l
t. plii ol. 'l'li; I ri'';.< miy \ol In
'illt N I I Th'l iien 'i fi li ilod i n I tiX I
IW, W 4.4-1 Ii ll,' 1 ||1-I of thl S k fil ii1
vian in li ;i, Iiii -' i lit d ifor ci'r i iitl ii r
liheforef |i iilitir lId. It I tril t 1o
it 11 ,i i l il 11t : 0 o' l f hlil I I It I
tW Ol ('Ii lS l '. I 1*I' I i' l|. ;1L': I II .- -'0

WOMIt WMlt4IU BY A% Atl1O.

MoIhinen Dahes Into a (rowd ol %eSrne
andm Bad'v injures tour.
At 'ilts,,litry \W dl '-sibnv nl% li'.' %h 'i,
(t purtp of f ' t, i I\'i. t'.> H alits l dil' ll '
iio ail v frli i *%i tl.i.tIA 1 i ii tyit a i i-.ii Iii
iil-l:.a Il Rol' i i : : ,t i p ill a i' il l 'lit
into ( ie l iarl t L,, il in Intally lijiirliim f ,iim
a Thn at el .l I i'tIOfi ,l i t-i nIW f i i,

'I ril a t li. I li't < ii i' d ai t ohli i< o i'ii
ict %% llulv i I aid ". ll' y imony .
,:a lt olit I 'rl,'' : 'ill< -.' h il J n u' lt lge lili
frol p a Nlr t 'l' ill l' o ii i r aw vy lainW
oid wt lh I klint i l' wA% %11 l't dw!\.
wac.t o11 i t) I M I h1 4 n1 oni il4 111

ilO eli I- lull 1' lieu4.11it" II lt, I I,' 'li,'llis tu 'I
at lilghi -rI r l :ai: "win, down.

il PAID1 Wi1itift1% l FIER .tIfROMIl.

rI rnk alttmpt .o iretk Ilio OIfirer i I
Bew terk Oieretr 41.ternev.
An nluttasiI : 1t l- ho i dol n tillh' m ir1
oit' ;i, a .l, e of .h ,'Ite l r t a of g111 f .
.Ir tman m a, i itin il Is it Ne w Yo\'Ist ',.l1
wh.iliy \I .1.,'o li fl, .* \t l i ian l I'n
w ;..bt il to I III s11 lirs' MI v s Ill
sI l< 'i)ll a do t I h fu i tio f I sIasll '
attn whi y i isi\ iI .fi \ ,o fonaiiilr li>-
il,, p *ll *'T liVinlld lo ', l'lroii lh :h|
PIbeii nii(d dli'hsiiicln in .li'ipitid l i,
failed tI i ny lii' f 'riIs ('tlci u ft ri, l i
hl m,,i'\hcr s a i i iw , in Ih i t.Il

rCHI 4GIhl~f (hfk 4804t' 1VI

W arlft *e q U ke*l I *l ow Orlevil .

Th, announcmentI ).ry lile marili,,
hoapltal service that the woak oflv ht.
Ing moiqutllo n in Niw Irleann ip a
which the foled odf Ithe Iternment
have been enlagerd .ilner AilUSt l.
*a well as the fumniiation of *quar>i
In which a r'la f fo' ,,r appear, ll) I
be d'scontinued, Ir aepted *Ii a dec. I
laraltlo by the federal forc'i, that the !
Alent against thr frver In alxnut and that there a'lit he a steady <|e
citle ou it until i llinally dlaap!rsaI
with troll, If Indee.I It li nan wtlpe4
out goeuwhat eorller. I

Odd Way to Choos Pastor.
A West Ride con'rro cation was
Stalled tipon not long awo to choonr ai
new pantor. The last nhr-e niinlst rs
had been personae noiin gr.tta' with
most. of thfl parlshiorti' -rs; a;rdl br.for'-
r.lctlng another thi froIjfr-'r ;aeg t ii illit
Ssorr; pr''tty tall thi ;rn-: Th'r W .as
onr wormian of xp,' ., iih<' whoti P ;ald-
vi1. P'rea(ch r aft.r pr'i -,, if i Invir,'l
to ?!I' [*p.il,: f"I ;; ', *rlllnoil, .1ind
ill, In thlt flni.l ain lA-- 'frtre i.f ver-
il by the' fremale a:-'i '' At l;ast
o')ii f;liH alorig i ; ' tI 'll -
bt -.' h"f i l w ith *' ; 'p 'vil'
"'I i I :. ,1, I a ti ; )I w ill iv-.
f'lti.,f;w 1." '! ;l'n I. IHT'; I Il-'
he h;:t thei rivh'f kinl f I' wif, for a:
m ilnlsto' )it' -alltw : lli'mu to ntr
aroutit l ,I'!. h' ';te ,s ',1 a: hiniie, a nil
rtoi sn't 'A. '; >i lm k I foitil olut lonl
ago that a man wli'l h;l-ti't that pril-
ile'si at honi e' works ioff his spleeii
elsewhere' A rnlu is.r \viilts 11 on hli:
conurergattion. 'Thit was wihyt) w
couldn't stand the, liLst pr-achel r Thli.-
one will L.o all right e \' 'on ( hear
a pf'e) out of hint."
And upon thi t iiot l pl' I 'ocoOnf tlia
tion the congr'gal lloti au'allv did give,
the main a call, Accoiding to last ar-
coiints both i (e .lt i tlh i Iit shionu trs
we're' doing iell "lThi' 'if- i'itM ntot
been heard fiorn- N\,* York PTiss,.

Washington Elm Dying.
A Ige h'- S,o w l':,,< i,. I ,I l l ,.rl. l
the tre uo ii'l 'I \ hi' Ii \'. l lisii rri
took co(' momI andl of Il.- .\ ;: i;tilln .\riii.
on .July :. 17'.'., L. it 1.1, i. h,-

<'l ;I t1he' .\ oif Int an l r i)li i a
w%': ;l IF fi \r W sl illL' l 'S ", llu lol l
of c )lo larnii tii I i'., r e iw, | ,\ i r"
t real liall 1 .I 1i il' l t.i 1. tiil i' 1I '-
h l l i .il ir 1. 1 lh l '* I, t 'h li r f il l
Ile <| i < I4;11 I4.w' J! 111 '. 41' i l J,' l lolla l
w sliwllg ;. N; l I :I:; ; I tf r lim it
taIl t o t I'e r io: Ii\ I' l I 11.I I i ,.IrII I
hat otl lh ': s i l l l i 1 I i !
like M iP'nrn r
Th' i t f *I -lin l i i ii i
t h i n l lt ', hi e'l'i l ii ,lI I',i I, i.
'l I' li a Iq lt I I

Aq* and Drain Wcrk.
T h, III Ill t ; l ,;*, :'11 1..m
Ti i % I I :i 'l i ii it :i li I( i lll ;i 'ti
h' l 'i ,ir l i l il l + lll( \ l1,ll ,11' 1t
r l |l, ,. l ii l llA i 1 ,i \i l 11 1 ,i[ 1 ; l gl l "
k vaii lli < \ 1 w li 1 1g I I u I ?I inl
who arv ill \\ i l 1 a1. nt of wlinin
nre as Iml w. ;r. Ii n li I I ,i lm< s ,i- : \a3
I.orl. I Rolsii-' I ,1' : 1'- : 1'1 wort h
J. r l n lt n \ :tl i it Ili iloi l ;ia one'
of o ir ii ll|i .rlal i, r l I -. 1.oi I K l

%',litr .ll i.lf iotl I o ite il tsfi. l lrlf liel
'' (i, 'rls,. Sir \\ill.f 1in liilun a l lh,
HiII agIKI' '- ill xplh ti- intoriniIhlir
iiacems, w%% ili] t1.11, ;44 10it of lt n1o to-
.'ie larihall NV''v fI.% l o ; - fr '-ivr 1 l 1," ill ; <-
P'* ltlK i hi. pl i\t il .' \ of ( il ll ( |1 o llio.
bill it l .oiiili i i 'hi ll i, i


T lh III t :I lllooli .d for t fill ll-e il'o. r \of
treiuhm il l ij hforli ftshIe.' \n : \ t
itI Itwat l- i hi,'i hi1f li t e 1Iit i 5r, lit,
ille iig l l n i t ll t III' ', \Vit'l .(I a a i ll.'

ill. Ih'l rill l e'' ,.%'lt I l il.ste h\ill ly .

gni l t i ll\ .IIi i i ig,.,t at o ;Ni.d iv i .
ilu ll :iol lli -i 1,.ol i .
.r oi ,l l k < lio 1 II i! l o! l .i\ 1 I', l
I ;h 1 l 11 l f li u. 1 l rli, f i'", ,| l <..4

fi 'l : li l ll l ,'. l ll!"l \
! l', i t ilr i n.. f ,- i ii. :lil si h i i lll

II l ill l ti oll I I i\ . tl l l il i,. .; l ilI
1 11: r1 1 lI. ii.U il 11 .* i h -l i ng l i

il l I h l : l I ,.I\ |t tli tp :l l l l iL
a 'ro , sl I ii, 1ii n \ iioril i l llo 1,11
enier. i nii,, i : n l ii lm .. h i :ll, l: l r
tii iil" in i 'ii ill" 1 1: 11, .1 lh.,ill-

til w ni ,' lil, h' \rl lll. ,lii f f h hilllr, l lill
tri hllli h I i)III lie a;r. it| \llil r dl n

|ll m|l ll, ,- l ll liilsi ine 0.1 i f fllfk

*rain. **r****t io stair ii< **HI' 'veuwlk '

*,fil *1 > ii t V- f \ it' ,ia i!itcwil a ll' wi >-
Imtallihoio i I :,,. .. : iry w'' r' I louil
Ito till. f# c. i 'e. -'.tih of \ ioar 'extra
ordilv .iy i 4 :;; i iiirer iLgKaa I.I

Now il' t-' t ,,i i. e- ri, 'wq of mine
and l,'d l mo. laiat fr. a!tt 't thep pros
t'rlt ofi ,of w lioI .ire a;l the strong-
e'r e lbe'al< i- t I thi *r a's and s'rugglesi
lthronill w iiii f i o' eic,'l'riy has come
ti i-i Pi 'Ind oi' iei\ to, ylir traditionsi
iui nilnio- l)O -.; y i also a.'ia;d loyal-
ty feor i.a Lrest -o ino inoi country of
'cla an*l ',r iou olinimnn flax, which
sriuboita l)i it .'* i; brixhtlet and
Mlos: hci;.eflil ror ihf future of man.
kind:. yoii lace ihe w age In (the
linrit of tlb aie. A;ike in )our ma-
tfcrl anI) n rvoar snitrltiul and latel
***Niiial devlopmipte vt.ou ta n.I abreast
of the fto 'inon tit the words prog0

There are two sort of tattooing In
oae among the women of the Congo.
One is common to all the members of
the same tribe, and indicates the orf-
gin and birthplace )of the subject. It
is an Infallible and perpetual coril-
flrate of birth and natlonallty. Thhe
other sort of tattooing is Himply fan-
tasy and coquetry Buit among certain
tribe there; Is a third kind The wo-
men record upon their bodies the
epochs of their exlihence A horizon-
tal line mark marrlaia,. AJll-u linrpi
the birth of children, a vertical nlin
weaning, another line' hanse of resl-
dencer Thus the autobiography of th-
woman is written iIKm n her person.
and regarded with pride if It ist full
of events.

By eCn. 1 lu. lffy. D)elOnerrllt i tles.
*I Cmnlate.ia *n of Iennsiylvlana.
Col. J. M. (Outffey. of Pittsburg. Dem.
o.ratl. leader of Penniylvani.a. and
one of the greatest
producers int tbe
world of oil, coal
and gold, writes:
Gentlemen: It Is a
pleasure to endorse
Doain's Kidney Pills.
Haring found them
of grent value I have
always been glad to
recommend them to
my friends. They
are excellent.
(Signedi J. I. OUl'vaEY.
Dean's Kidney Pills, a specle for
tanckacbe. bladder trouble s and all kid-
ney disorders, are sold by all dealers.
Fli try eentls a box. Foster-Milburn Co,
lulaile, N. Y.



Gates of Richmond Open Wide to
Na long's Chief Executive.


President Makes Several Addresses in
Old Dominion Capital La'ding the
South and Her P.oplc.

Pres:de.at Roofe'v *'It bc'gan hie to-ir
of the: aouth at 8:3j Wednle'day morn-
Ing. T; dipartwre fiom Washington
waos without 'i:le' .,. The flrst stop
was at Hi',rnonll, v'd, and during ithe,
bet ii hliouti',) of 'hi- Ipresidefnt's st'iy
in ;hi' \'Virgin.a (.,'l.;l: (tat aw il (;IfTl ials an ;'I::iz',-' accon.,i'l timni a1
v <.('coli lo ,. ian al sin i il('.r'T .
i:-' < ( itry into tI!1. c:ty %%a.4l thte' ir-
iial for a v 1 'i it1 : .t l'Jolin !:
iini ii dfr. ;,t. t-' Ii ; n ;. h11n o I
t.illu I O ll i .i ht i i !i..- wa it'. I.
hitis'd )lii i;-. Jol Vi.' ." t.i 't-' :a all'..

'ihl', w ,h r u:, -, 'ic l i' ut.-,i i -

pe 'ople of rI. Oi!; *I ...;t:ion i w re gath.
redr i at i0. n o in':; i -t itrh I' r h i e
toi al it li:r4 l, ll )#l l,:lr l ,of m Vt 'eI

a atf neg r'Ots.
"The' walnd i s i ft ,y Il %--at civil
tar have ,rig Ii, .'l I, blit itns mt -
or' p 8 remain. i i of j'. a, n1 y '
oiuntrymei, thiiink of t ', goo tnet Ithat is ihrs' That whe'il s etery
othpi'- wars Of i l(.'.rn tilites has. left
feelinigtI of ranil ir n:hl hitter r, to
eto 'p aPim-'n i .Ir'I tH:e ( oi'- Iiii l ita t s, our
rI'-t war.- i s ;fli f th ,' t.is' and
N.li (h ,,er l...- of riVn :, h4 S mII' i t
i, i ti r s if I., o il n t t i, fo g.'i o1 i

foulil tii i m l4 -. 1 1 ;: i e :, 'nll 'A-1o
\v l11 iv 1 0it' l i at Sw I fra I rIle
o 'i;r ar o It *lh rn t, li,,, I a lt rai'e<,
I'; 'vhij'h o s Iiie hie ,nttl lar tho

(tli ng I' fa e l It's tf -. r- i if w.i- 1
tdhnI til ,ai? if t ut ,-:, g1t ator' fit- oii'.
liel' ft" w ilat l :- r- ii'io l 'a h I t a' ac'.o`ni-
rilsht i in f i f rt ; :)t :o >p a ,
i ii fch si- 'or sourty v ar the
dtuing i1i t, o I r iIIl, fi rl of ioy II r
ahinl -h,!' l i.t -rrl ii p f i; 1 i ::1 a I

lt,'io wi at \ l -P l a'), ion.

Y., aI 1 1till 2 .i tl: # 'I. i-' t01,1tillillit0
wultilitrd in till forty jy anl ofIi: i a' ,-
It. for l r \o:o i For foI y y ani ors t.he

fltiu qtiaiuh'i( -, 'ti'.% ,in ori,,o' gr(utp etf
An rli t.li+ o()f i,' 1 i-y r,'uf, -- t' d.,
uipon t ll \ in l rio'i n In 'ri'"y a itour-

pn',l:,',t 'tl)l hatl el ,itl\0 ':1 'o lai, c., fin .
I ag.. a li, t : 'l nit a!' illos i hrla trhiich
,liet. a's -i'4 lt h h i fo; Huil .It ait 1
mavrW I wel air i

f i,' l A it l th-,, ; .i ti f i ;** con. Tnon
o'('l ti'iintr slotld l f i j1ol alI fal ', i s .n
it, f licr an i i .'I I hic ll!ldo t e, o lr ai.:.
fini qi.ai' r 1 *i ) ln4 if, y ri. T rou, f;i) of

Ait ,' rl '. i it of. i ,.- lty ri. ,.' th- t-Rd.t

iupon ail \ nt e ri n t : a lii a hil e roi a:
pvii f, toljl hati '. \ Irat. s.sa't i o iAp

'.l ..,'.* 1 i I i t 1 I 'in s, it, h wh tr i
he' pr .. of l i ,' t> s tl y r< i t" fa.,h aI tlt i'. il lf Ih'

el'v grw 'l, e ls orar

IIe rn djits, In 'l,' ingi. t of hi ir

't! : e i'. i '' ,. .' if I'e' r e' o s anil

.-n ia.1 ir *** l .- 1 T l-f) ih plcn

Th* Truth About Vanity.
Wheii one comes to think of It. van-
ity may be defined as an appreciationll
of the beautiful, which impAls us to
make ourselves as beautiful as it is
possible to be. It appears also on
analysis that a desire to make oneself
better Is a confession of the need of
being beautiful, so that the girl or
the man who titivates may havy, a less
conceit that those who go about con-
tent with themselves as they are,
ugly. probably; for it Po often hap-
pens that Providence denying beauty
denies also tho appreciation of it In
other things and peraona -Black an4

"Abdullah" growled the Sultan of
"Yea, your majesty?" queried the
grand vizier.
"You are neglecting )our dutles.
Why haven't you shown me the fall
tylJes in ultimata?"

FITSn mrmanently< uro-.I. Nr fit or norous.
r,s-e,,;rt'tr firstt ldayv -': f r 1 iimne's Great
Ni r !T'.,.t,)r>r. 2t "i'! ',,t. 'i.' r l t r'itle free
IDr I. i Kli.iir. Ltd !,iiAr'-h t I'hllA.,Pi- A
]h I i." v.,T h l l .' '*un '1 1300
, l ; t;r'; .1 I 'r:'

j Mre Win,* w t.:'! :- : Chil; re n
I t ti i ia in.'iti n *iir,' w ii ,, i' .' t itbottlo
S, i.1 :: y meant
dr'wti' I t
Piso's Cure a'," in b'. t' .t r; hlv n.)lkei V'
pscouilh .ure.-,J. W. W'ti)z',, 312J 'rilrl
Avenue, N.. Mitine tiorna'. Miijii., Ja Cu. 6.I1JJJ,
iTe' ritul i, 'on n.: 1,h' !;lhinn in
Elng.dril and .erini.iii.;
itII. RH (i lt. M'. N, *,l .Atlfift n. rf., rfte
S thie' ,*lly -ii-''sfi l Dlropl y s'Ipo 'iiali.tlf in n the
w',,rld. so'.' their liberal <,ffl tr ti t tlvrtie-
liiie lt i'i IwUtther ,o nl l ; tl.- Iiia ,Ir.

Mister Mori-tril!.-- A' ;:. don't yez
like young McCunt?
His Educate I Daiu?h''r- Father, I
don't care for his traits.
Mlistr Morlarlty-An' fY notl
JIhwat d(,is he trait y'-z :o, hy?

wow'* Tthise
WAeotlor On, iluidrl Dolllri Rflewarl')"
anyoneao .a t.iarr Lut. Intluu.j bj cutired j)
Iiall.o -mir & a drI.
I. J. (iity.v ( We \. the ULUCelbl..l.id, ha i ktiOWn F..J.
Seimiy i orthe n iii-t 1. Nfii-, iLi tulie elimra
j eric'Lly o1iti , ,+ ;.it ir.io ,,- traisa-'-
tioui iau I l-ii'ii' llA y ll) t i,.'y I d: a./
OQ .lj;U ll tiiJU !g it 1. i ,y l.itir ;lr.a ,.
Itaiu, .),
\ALI. N>, ,I;l N ,t .\AItivil', W llo010 :t1l3
l)ru ,'ld t-, 1'0l# t.1 U.
flil'nn .tl ri',rr.i> n tare f.t ; r" i ti, lly,'6):-
inKiret tly |;i tho lWojal "i .u n11 4ii iia r-
taces ot t. n -4y-;d i. ,i'ti nJitit'S sil t tree.
S 'rio 75,,7 '. |po;' .:t l. S,i,'ld t)I. ;alt DrugItsti.
'laki o .itlnl'- K'anitlyv 'i'll. I.' ui',.)'tLipittliu.

I ee lithe Czar is about to sue for
);i a(ce"' remarked t!;1, (!.'izen with the
lW Il';t on.
\ tl. i t -( -; s queer thing to
i i. for"', rs ,on l( I tlh( ci.tizpn who
hadl iunt I ,(n up at thei courthouse
. >:,' .irl : l. -' ,tw rs v r:in ie .

Taxl'Ir's ( her,,k l ;<.te. 1. ,f Sw-et Gurn
i nl illiel i' Niaturw' F gre'att r.r t y ( uti,,r'
' itl tall tliroit and l hulLn tr'niiles. At drug-
ai tt 15 ... n ld 1.( 10 l r I,,tIll-.

Tli cruown f'. t lti I' ne rnpr'u
3 O.) .: l0Q0U ,, 14.' .. 4 .)TU '.': ; t!iO (Ji/.^r.


IFlme like lItaw Vt..f-Tlim.ugtht .ls Wouald
l.is. tier itNr-pllolled Wlholnut a
llenilsh-anthier Thanka C ilcurs.
"'.ly little girl had r(4'ema very bad when
she was tenl iniinthp ,... I tihougiht she
worid Jobe her right ear it tlad turned
b:a'k. and iher face was 1.k' a pier of raw
meat. and very aore. It h a'i.d l)leed ithen
1 washed her. and 1 hail to keep ciothe on
it diay and night. There wa5 not a clear
spot on her tace whe:t I began using ('ut-
rurit oaip and Ointment, and now it as
ronpletely healed, without cear or hbIem.-
ish. which as more than I hid hoped for
(Signed) Mrs Inae Ether, 231 Eckiord
-, Brook.yn, .\. ."

"I.. t niP e s '," ail the forgetful
man. "what's the reit (f th it saying
about 'Too many cooks?'"
"Well," replied the man who haG
just returned from P.I i.' "'too many
('ook'a poll the 'njoyn.ont of other
tourists.' "-Phllid llphia Press.


withA .iiIylNoN| .nl l iljo,. it." \iATue
r es ll Io, 'nulS ii ti ',o.. lIIitlht ie'ri,''k. I
MichI. e'"rhre* :1 seisoi."-
Ileadl Ihe lithe r1 I tsk. "ThI lit'ioadt I
Weilville," iu erver sPka.



OF WS MOTHER President Jordaso Urges a Firm Staud .
OF HIS MOTHER by Farmers to Buat Out a See John G. Collins About Your Job Printing I
--i Depressed Market. .

The President Spends Two Pleasant
Hours in Historic RoswcI.


Advent Into Atlanfa Was Greted by
Greatest Throng Ever Gathered
In Georgia Capital*

President Theodore Roosevelt will
never forget the two hours he spent
In Roswell, Ga., Friday morning.
It. was a very quiet affair, but it
touched the heart chords tuned long
ago w:en Theodore Roosevelt leaned

Son hib mnoher's knee and listened.
eagerly to stories of the "old home,'
far away in Georgia.
Roswell met ute occasion splen-
didly. Little flags, a myriad of them,
fluttered in the wind all along the
pretty drive from the station and two
bands giee:ed the visitor with mar.
tial music. But, despite this, and de-
spite the fact that the guest of the day
was the president, no one ever forgot
that the sentiments of the son were
uppermost In his heart and the whole
occasion was arranged to gratify his
feelings rather than those of his
There were few people In the we!-
coming group, not closely related to
the men and women of the neighbor
hood of old Roswell when Theodore
Roosevelt. Sr., came down from New
York to wed pretty Martha Bulloch,
and the old house amid the trees
was full of inarticulate voices, famil-
iar, sweetly sad to the ears and heart
of the man in the Prince Albert coat
and silk hat. who alighted from his
carriage and began shaking handsq
right andi lef:. In his address the
president said in part: "You have no
Idea of how much it means to me to
come back to Roswell, to the home of
my mother and of my mother's people
and to see the spot which I already
know so well from what my mother
and my aunt have told me. It has
been exactly i.s if I were revisiting
some old place if my childhood.
"It has been my very great good
fortune to have the right to claim that
my blood Is half southern and half
northern, and I would deny the right
of ani man here to feel a greater
pride in the deeds of every southerner
than I feel. Of the children, the bro.
others and sisters of my mother who
were horn and brought utp in that
hruse <,en the hill there, my two iin
elms afterward en'ered the confeder-
r(e service nrl servel in the confed-
rate naiy."
At the -tat!,i the final farewells
Were st1 idto the committee. tihe Ma
r'c'ta hin, |1l:irPl tone more air and
thf e pre idin ;iidl hi.'-i tiart. lhotrdred
the train aain f or ili' Ishort bit ideas
ant tr ,- over -h' Fouthern railroad
10to At' nta tl ere. Ihp eager thous-.
HnH w' rr whtilng them.
In '11 hIe r listorv Atlantiq nPver R
carded r i it- so roval nl enthti l
tPc a vrlc'-me to an honored v-'ent
as t'",-t t'\'i to President Roosevelt.
AI",-,-it rmin' tl- n moment heI s'ep)ied
fror i t rt arrival at the

r" '' '. ; "ii hoisandem whol
-e'-.l'f *'' up"ro '(''lH aind lined the
t* "',.. (. rf. -r liYo ind the lim l's
S, \ I < ,
':1''I 'l*il ii... an, store Ito N hei
"* ... tind stlatndl for tho!iPtndls who
"" f r1" tl n 11+ eno10i tO (o limb above
t' p i-'.;v I' 1". li mo -speps of h'inqin-
e ti, wa rac "'- I nros iltle
,It"* *nitioni o inio- ihn1

than a ',1 twi. i 1,. of r arf i
\from 7' r, '- i r ft! e p..op
thronged ,,',. *

I*' $*ll P .01 I llo... l X
It *,I r, r' i i'n, Tll ok'o hr i Kn
rine il e ..lalrnlrl.+ rf'n.'s'lr I(, Kl'aia'sa
P t th,' t imn WT'r %%:1. d4ecl.ared.I iiwee -
*he two, iatlix.n |i:i a altn liep t.nt to10
Wt. PP pr.blurg


sey Victims o light-f egoered Sr 6 ir
Greet Crrowds at (Alcae.
Phkpocketa sealed a r:ch harvest
'n Atlanta F'riday oM the ocwecasinn of
;'the president's visit and during the
time :lie streets were- crowded Tne
J IOsex run tip into the thouau&li of
dollars, and thirty-ane men reported
that they were vict.mn of the :h'igt-
fingered gentry.
Among those' ;eei.hd was Captia W. |
If. Brotherton. who for many >eers
nerved on the police bo'wr and did l
hard work tryling to aid the po'Ile r ,I
< arthlinr thever

In view of the present status of th
cotton market, which is far from beiu
as encouraging as desired. Preside;
Harvie Jordan of the Southern Cotto,
Association has lrsued the follow!n
appeal to the members of the asse
elation and planters generally to Jol
in the great co operative movement fc
bringing the market up to that basic
which will give the price to whici
the cotton growers of the south ar
entitled for their product:
"The continue- unwarranted depre
sion in the price of spot cotton ahoul
appeal to every business interest I
the south. At present prices farmer
should and must stand firm and rn
fuse to market a single bale which
can he held on the farms. or finance
through the banks. I earnestly as
for the active coeo; ration of all th
mnerchaumts, bankers, gu lano dealers
cotton facto-s t iroughout the full eN
tent of their powI, until ihe imark
reacts to hiifher filgir s. Thi, tcI
operation and ass'-tan(ve 'an he lith
subserved at this trme by gIra: ing to
every farmer p s.b)!fe afn etiesi
of their accounts anild notes to .ai
tary 1, 19i ;. If thi.- i., tldonle plromf pll.
an absolutie tie up ft thle (otitol nia!
ket can lto made fir the next two O
three months, and the spinners wil
be compelled to ha\e large qiantitltie
of spot cotton before the end of thul
time. Prices mwist advane in lth
near future. The time for general tC.
operation all along the line is at hand
and I appeal to -very interest wit,]
which the producers deal to do thi
full part in the i.rsent fight. Gran
all extensions possible that can he se
tcured by cotton as collateral, and '!
not press the producers who owt
inoney to a setthlmtent at present lot
prices. Tie-uip the splots antil 1t ith
whole world understand that the, .-ont
is solid in thc protection of her gl'e,
staple from the 'lwarlsli' seculate
and the hands of the foreign spinirt.
All state presidents are urged to cal
ltiass melt ,s at on()e in counties i
their divisions to si cur( r tflit,' immediiat
ro-operlation of farmers and hiisines'
interests to stop) the sale. of colton
Scarcely any ottotn is Ilow being sol
by tbe farmers, aind while the flg .1 i,
oni let ius stand shoulder to shoulder
1farteis., Iiechansll, liankevrst and al
for the protection of the sltali: ant
the future re pic "HARVIE .IOl I)AN.
"r','.sident S olthern Cottion Ass.'n. '


Camps in Mblehuria Beinq Broken amk
troops Bcqin I onq .Iourneh.
A sreal<'ia fr'owt i larih. .maiielmihit.
says: Now that tilted ratification o(if Ilt
peace treaty hats hlie'a aitoaitied ii
the army, ieimIllis-lon hl lbenl given
biy headqulqilarters ito telegraphh ihe fa<(I
that tlie Itrjops arel I :titg dimotlllitzO.
Ali northhotund iitr.liis from tlihe io.
lions ait, loaded \lth troo).s antid tI ii
eqillpnimeit. Half (,i all .le, nalltt
ill;;li.gs iin the- tnor.hel-rn: liart of KIi
ainchengtsil and \rl!nity have bcili
requisltionel for uisec' l'leparvat'oy
this miovt(menl huilomewai'(t, iamtl lan.'
of the 'it.ts an. IMilldtings .ls'Avwhe: '
will lite i.se li i those troilops whc'i
thl a tlltloriti n t, ill t ; a )'.t' o I nt i .
:r'-fore' winter.
I. f-itetiall" (;I li# .;I>l .lnc\ u li' w i
halls h le i fn i lt ir .inte tohi-r 1"',
it ortnem latest i \ Iit ti) \'iadlit o '.
A p'rom.lilinit 1a 'tral hiis aoe n :ui
ljointed to con, li S Ii. 11nlovelt'en: 'tI
Italbsialln plirl.e' e i ti ni Nu a-nki.
The Rits- o-(' : tii so- lbaI, -I p .1
Ing to rl 'o~ten i, 1. I -1,1n I, ;;In '1 -
aliong the lii.e t il .Sirnli .\Ila l :.
il-n01114 n.4 l ,1I.1 11 inuii in .' I'
Hm'i ax(li .i f ;" D aI l,;. I' , t \ i(h|ii

Th< \ II iA !i id \ i |; l 1111111s11
a .lel x I ::d I, l ( I i ; l.. a; :
Kuliui ov-lx.

Qwetlin it Ifar I ands ellled.
'Ihle' |sI ',. r, f t ihc >ilr: r lac4 ,

M IanIla S It :i; I v. |li-i t ie1 n- m t); t
le o ps ,!, thel t i illi, al n castle', 8;: ,' o, -
i wA hli che I' i i, j s Inii11:






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Grades In Paper and Card Stock, and the Best Inks, with Men who
Know How to Use Them. These essentials assures the Best results.
Try us.
All Work promptly don when prenlsed. We mover disapplt ye.



Louisville and Nashville Railroad.


(In Effect April 10, 1905.)

River Junction and Pensacola.




Fresh Meats.



Old Kemper Livery Stables.






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No.22 No. 2 Trains do not s'op at Stations No. 3 No.21
Daily I a.ly where no Time is shown. Daily Daily

10:20a b:10p Lv River JunctJon Ar 12:15p 7:!$a
10:50a 5:21p Sneada 12:02p 6:5
11:22a 5:32p Gran' Ridge 11:52a 6:4Pa
'11:45x ,:> 3 p Cy-.ress 11:45a #;:30a
12:14 (;:(00p Marlanna 11:23a 6:00a
12:34Ba :lSp1I Cotton(dae 11:07a 5:30a
1:04;) ti:371) Chipley 10:47a 5::00a
1:27p t: 5p floifay 10:30a 4:33a
1:49p 7:12p Caryville 10:15a 4:08a
1:55p 7:17p Westvillle 10:10a 4:00O
2:13p 7:29p Ponce do Leon 9:57a 3:.40a
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:44& 3:l18a
2:45p 8:13p Do Funlak Springs 9:35a 3:03a
3:35p Deerland 8:56a 2; 00a
00p 9:04p Crestvlew 8:38a 1:)3a
o10p 9:12p Milligan 8:30s 1:20a
4: 33p Holta 8:15a 12:55a
65: p 10:.tp Milton 7:39a 11:58a
5:32p Gait City 7:365a 11:0p
5:43p Harp 11:39p
5:48p 10: 19p Mulat 7:26a 11:35p
6:00p 10:2p Escambla 7:18a 11:23p
6:04p Yalestra 11l:20p
6t:09p Bohemia 7:13a 11:15a
6:30p 10:50p Ar Pensacola Ly 7:00a 10:5Sp

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,'' Showered Upon President Roosevelt on
r His Trip Through Virgina and
t 0 North U.roina.
The olaion wniln Presldent Roose
,:.el recetved during his journey
- thiougih a portion ot Virginia \.N'Io-
Snosday wah continued Tnurs(day a s
She traveled through the stato of North
Carolina. Beginning with his arrival
t at Raleigh, at 9 ocitock a. It., he was
greeted by the cheering crowds at
IDurham tGreenshoro, High P'oln, Iox-
ington, Saii.-bury amnd Charlotte. th denmotrstration li C(har'(otiti h:;ng :L
fitting farewell of tlie citizens of the-
Old Tarheel State.
The feat ure of itie iday was the prti*
ideut's visit to the fair- which is In
progir es at Raleigh. There, he deliver-
,ed a" nahilress whichli dlelt with the
important (plqsilo.is of railroad own-
Srhdilp and the organization of capital
anid labor. Ills speech was given clome
attention, tard he was frequently in-
terrupted ny !:earty applause. Hie was
accompanied to lihe fair grounds by
Mrs. Roosovelt. anil she. too, was thie
Sieclp)lent of much tent ion.
A bit of s< ntimenit was ret-ponsilM.
for a brief s op at l.exington, where
the president was greeted by sovera.
hilttidred people., to whom he spoke
briefly. ILexingiton is the county seat of
Davidson tomlity, which was the only
countyy In Nort'i (atollna to give% MIr
IRoosevelt :a niajority at the last i I
lunal eie'ltion. Another reason for t he
requ:et was that the president nilgit
lie greeted h% te' three hiindri r
lphan children who are being careil four
in an asylum tiherie., The litt le on
made a pretty slght. waving tiny
Aitr'!can flags. as the train came to)
a stop.
The president train stoppI)tl inl
Spartanburg al i. five niminutes ont
S'rhilrday night to changee engines. A
large ,.rowd hadl gathered at the' 'a-
tlion and the I,'e shldent came on tihe
rear pliatf< rm of his them. Th' follow ng telegrams were
mallde publhe Thur1sday night:
"Colt'nit.Id. S. ('.. Octol;'r 19. 194 ,
lion. Thieolore IHoosivelt. Charlotte.
N. C.: I wish .lon a pleasant jour-
ney to A'lantia. wbere I expect to
meet )ln l nd join 111 youir welconime
toI tthe soith. I C. HIIE YWARD.
"(,ov'ruor "
"(Charlotie N. ('. Octol;er 19.- llon.
I). '. 1, t -tant. governor r of Sotjith
('arolin,. Cominihi. S. ('.: I thank you
for your most cordial telegram. I re
imiember with keo n pleasure my vis'!t
to Soilth Carolina throw' years ago,
and only -gl (t that lack of time for
lids my) again i 'sal:lng your gt's-at
state on t thiis tries.


,arud ol Control ol Visi' S. C., Ordercd ;"e .@d* b ..o fllo fever Cases is
to A swrr in Csrl. ~ Ihw ev
With Ihli pix-fti of an order by t.*iOrlean I h v.
Wlit Isi of Sat order bI y N'ew Orleans' f.-ver rteord for
.Jatl I'r; tchar. in the, federal .ort, *IhairaJay was as follows: New cases
at Ashellhe. N. I'.. Thursday, com j .Iota! easoe oi late 3.343. deaths
marnd ir o Hotil-l ,st, hou thelbor tirof total deats t o dote 425, cases
itm.rol if t .it..i.e uinty, Smit.tCa- under Ireatment IfO. t, vas discharged
llas, to %how ca e- why the Brice 2 805.
bill should n wt declared euneoestll- Thursday was the second "ay In
tutntmal. W-ISn what lli expeted to be a etens lo that so deaths from yellow
one o'f the m(st bitterly fought and fever occurred. This is remarkable at
Important aseo yormins. from Soltthhis stage of ethe pldemk. bearawe. as
Col: in several yers. The suit a rule, toward the nd, the death rat6
bers dlredtly tf1n the dislpenary gwos as the number of new oaseg dl
systern. m ahes.




IflIt. EVIMA FfFN.Is4N1ml
Suffered OerPflvor i Yo)n ,...- fller'd h ai in
6 1, (leia ou n (.,e'al "Ps ol vI
by 1101W C aiirr/t.


Oim. pmma s gte, 2lxlth Avomnie.
Sa~tthe, iVaola., Worthy 'Iriemiuer Por "n of
T.mperanee, wrlteis:h

on. ia ftaiipdst/II 'Pt ad
ditietots t 3wemaosoatoln
aemothing toerifsuatre imI/ l"tf' aI&nit
"~I wase vory glad to try 1'i'rrna uisrill die.
lighted I,',fil tiet itho twan 'being umicgpocl.
I eountlaun to use It ft litI I., 'v"r ttireW
snouths mard found uuy troeal"li.rimmoveul.
0,1 vonsider, 99 is eupiendid medleotno
&pod Astlneiper be avith~ous M .tasking
a *s do" ocueuslnmfy V.re it I ront ru n-
ddoDwnaind Itired."?
Ousr ee '"suit a -piir thimae ii-u 1 ,. (of tecet In'eneal'e
whtaluh Dr. Ilsetutinri here reu'.a e 'lvv fresru rittos-
ful ?IutIIIy w' mmuri'iwipes I rve i hecir i'eettrl-l
tist (11Jtl b 1114 teuuueily, I'i'rieuiua.

Twoi asatturles of patient ane
stileatls)I 0-1110" to prtmidithe Vllqws
It "ea IN the world
ern D sisetatonaof blood and hIt In&.
U'altMN0 I pleat, 111 tst frio uexcd srlusively
vote haeew'akta. Mj 4q)Iia leg any
tvI'a netd f ugau~us ih Pr' ee eraftemson
sad equipasud with ostly special maebirw y.
A wor dwit et business sehirt'gatingg Waity
lillioineottdosllaft every year.
Apltatloi11t itpthrough two e'enreeris
steady gtv va lued more highly lb ai
gasie Gib(omay. V1110is
4 1c:. a l d t oy fts M ovil of saws. but
lip F racte-the tstst.
Atkins Saws. Owun IK Owes, rerr.'eItinn Ptraef
#tftn ato., Pit. .are gold by all M Iioihardware
do=.asaamtels mie jqst,
E. C.ATtUNS CU. CO.. Inc.
Lmre P. Mboftlifrem to fin We"W.
ow ar. -11C -r

5 f=54*5tt4 nlFro P'
UsgeuuiI~.AI slut miTormilm, ft. esnsda
Ams Smle Imb 'I-hnuistmathe Mims reed
w( LVcon n) flW 1TT mtV-hAwrl

Ohm: Is Not RIcS.

r f~n~r:n~ r, ir.-.I r p'n'cn I n
'.,Isx!"-o aeSa'jr(ii.!, Iroxd~Ar lnla D isaz
noat a v.'ry we-ilttay mni. Intimatio
1'nr~qpd#gof the Mi~xlcan f'xolfijti v'', who
heave knrowl~i~~e of bliaafald io~lar,#
thart hhi fortiin does fnot extf!I $I,.
000A,04,O.149-'(W1154 a it iftaitlion In tl&Q
ptate of ()axarr,, umom property In thi,-
city ot M~exlco anai a h'jiz 4e In I'aiiix.
nfxTn atti~r wm ppurehaxenddiiring ni
tim? fterrisa.4premulohn~t fMvxlcI,
wbon 0'foetrhtI that he might tw. co":.
I ifllel o lavp thp rotartry hurriedly1
aflstadsik, fol iag n a foreign land.
T1WO balAry of Prrosident JDiaz IHnow
I ~O.~9 js~. or many year it
~was~ only h~Od, o.and, 'in thf. 'arry
'ygdtlitba gatmlnIM rat ton, whon 1Mex. I
kco was weak flranuc*ally, fist drew wit
Only enough for hilm Dece~nsary CA.
pensex, leaving the. meuialmirsi'r in ii#
treabuuti..', He leenow sairving his
twonty-flfth yeanr ac iro.cl'crit of Miux.

No Wonder She Didn't Cire.
'nhw iw it, s!!,!- n !ft:,' hn
freo nt,'rdh r'comiuir "Og''.100 Aig'' st"rF.r
'.'e Isa il H I~IIii n i ir last ri lir that

you I I(Int I 113% ,sc", o ,Il .. I- I .
7. 1 ar-rld I l( 144 N III 'a 't

V,(. I''' fc'uru'r:'h MNII '.i M II tfi
C(I a r' qodly, I til-tarilri a "ir re-

vout-Imi r-i wiff Ii.' r 'a, u riris! (-':i. '''
"I had a 01'hroelatf. Kru11tar'!ra tirill h.'
ren It A %% In cith'uof rilj :ui I*x:r" I I
thu. vancly tnyuel r.

tdar onole tfit Iim-1', "wi' trial ,uonui'* if'
cr-amul mafe'-I j i i ar ow ii r: 1el-.1:"
NlilpasW.I. t rl'*S uu'''a rrroirrre''t h

I gna lolu r.
"We,'cll. JIudonf't earf" I tiil lhfi' turn.
m'ick wtIelain iaywi~'o-"-

Frliifrtid h tW'#rSg 1
VIx- %'ltt w84 fDid they sgd ,, me urn.
fuiSC( Wi h~ I t1 t 11MVII 1111t. .101111-01e liV-
f'il ti''xt eloiuu 11) 1wi, I, a? I ''oral 'lnat re
rifi hortitf'' Ih' ~ ir. ;, 4, t 1h1IS Ir It' 7' ru ~.
STOP9 Ort CHivr, av AnSORPT13il

P,,%~ lot Wi'mro 'er.lroe-fTNuvN, ion A(-'i
ieael0111NO61con. '%folveschIurmithlit. I r-
Nexotlar 1heart. 1il1iuay 1popals.
Xhort llroeaitsp.me or'ma
tie s 501inime
litter Taste' l Iau rrath- Tmp'iirr., An-
Putite A fe'if f4 illip"P44. rviig:!' int
pairs ovir heur fip al')t i e1jni heart. ,)mf,
finsp ie'''eoov umion.it 'amtilig, &as es iver aw!i
mirk Is'elulie'h
What tmoe'iutu'it 9'Avny" ve'or nil of tlem e
Ir~.7rm'm a tijnW fg unruinki~rgrla-'i!t.#, #if
outirrittum ran xii't y ew il'l p s. i--tyll'rit 41 u't
frsrt'-'-rne'uIall 11(rrv ;n:1iil V-icisieltn tiaiivc
bade sir irei fitlr Irilut fit is I ilntnrrv Ite bite
--ftheec' te 4ftrippillt iokg 'if fool.
If You ousefer trom tbith, slow duotheniandI
01'asprable exilltuuiu'e. let rliltend ill 064M.
is( Inv (ig f Minll'e iAnrt Ii .liti We' ifern ye hsex,.
utely free. N 4)udr'ai o. 1Drugasuiijutre tho,
It atespihe~lchinig nrd e'nvca a elis,cnue'
utomiueti by Pvrhwrrhilpig tfe'foul Ar'it ifrirpa
111dguueqeledelfisuil atil k,'mill j rtinag it, 'iviry
tip t011. 1:1lung ofPIII$-teuulfilea iil.'it
tip 1im.11i16hiv I'l.( tIii'fi''. ilvt ~t~lo',.S
illc" e Iit, r 11 q0!, 111.1 1 iftsur
flip el i4f se'
SMIAeI. Al. 0,1 i II 1'. 71r1,r Tip lonr ,'iAle f
MI Miss Aunt i'Ttick-b Wafut i n 1,4ldr. n N. Ilit
ho lit it f, iI' oii dor itA mle.i calf, 1 4
%%j. %' '11 ill tI 4 I121 11, N1.4 Ut)i)Ii t VC1.0 it if
71' atil thin iitI. utt iw-m. 'it -r t '
-i 'i vi cii' frfr- r vtlinii, iw
't I I Ipit N %,,'al n' 1'r A upill \1 \o AT,.

-- - ---- I :..;I= .~ t'-'V*I- -- --'-I

Tized, Nezvous

tti vvre'g of b vhterii,,, inm aift to astre
for childIren ; it ruiris a chilli'm dibpomi-
tlon and r4'alettA u,, hernelf. TIhe
tron')lo bl't~wt.en cl~ :1rotaand their
mothers tA,'1 r lten In dne to the faet
that thtoraimthear has %ormf- female wrak-
Ili-so, and F4tV Ii evatirel v tnflit to bvar
the srtrain'iiywo~a Iawvrir".s tbstilovern-
inK cehLIr~a, n iDpire.f%.it I.% Impowjsbble
for her Wto di nythintr calmily.
Tihe ills, of women awthik, a fire'brand
iipm tivethre IiYh. 4'oflsdgA-qntily nne
iautihm tof the nervous preistrati(A, Denr-
.OII'I .lespofldtezy. -tbeh* Mom" slerp-
II"' .I$k?4 avi no'rvnwA l rrita~ulffty (of
w'iptivnimrin4' from nm~ii*elevramagment
uf filie femar~le o(rganismnr,
lbit)yOII CeJ riOVWEfle~.ftq n' drepse"Sa
i with re,.trnanhiu, alternating with
Iextreme irvital~ilt,'v? Are ytmr *Aprlt
eai I.ily affected, W) that 'rae minute ytbu
laugh. aint the next mrniute yon feel
Do) you fie.v noinething like a ball? vie
Ing iri your throat arid thveaten~in to
chroke, yom .;a 11the inns~es, pervert,"ll.
moirtbiely sems..itive to flight and sound;
fritin in Me;)I.'riv. ..andi e'p-4eimlly
IJeItween the 91t~itiltlers: bearing down
v1011%ii ; IIn' rvoun lm d ji. p..~i1Lanid lmcmst
cotitiuiiiilyl 'er(,f4 4artA! ruiapp v?
If no., yourr nerve,% are in ia ?4heatter-eri
enrol t ion, rind Youtarv tHrvateued with
Ii'nerv2.4 pnrst~rait io
l'romf In rrs'nusmrntrul OthatnothinR- in
Ithe worrld i 1s4 hter fo~r mraevomspron~tru-
I ion than J.,vdittE. I irakh~iam'sVvgp-
table (ompound ;I. tlaoii~(m and thou-
anrinlmtof womencratest if), N) t. ais fact.


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Is a sure cure for Ell
'Livid a ofTit',.ms
aod a ~preventive of
and other fevers.
SG randparcnt
Good for Parent
Ak tor 1Ieighbor
S c. and $1.00 per bottle
at Drug Stores.

"Mas," exclamAed llobv., "do you
ft e any one to bite you'."
"No, doer; why?"
"WeIll. Mr. Iluttin just bit lstoter on
the mouth and she put her arms
aroead his neck and tried to choke
him. I m im she doesn't like it,

troubled with file esIla? Is
kheli sexj,:;d as a d,3ucb* to Marvslo sone-
comseful. +sOugti leas hp.ills ilsesas a
steps dischre"st 331 nautm iwa
soueates. cures leswitbsea astl masal catare
i'setine Is ha pwwder Item so be 6asedved to rem
water. and ials ,fmare csselamIg. l hesle ag.pMA~iL'
41.4 ic 'icimimitt thanl~m uu aIIIptc te
er .lej%14stdriteisi.a', icvnita Wit.
Trial Ba OmaDumcb. ef tasiuustlems Pee.,

E'1IOADU ti'tthaiS'l and Rn1notteJiI us
TELEGAHYAt iriuh ulnm tmr--
No..ur'e.a.ecmat i.411rivrialustes i'miar the i
A M FIt I CANW YKU.MR-l'fAND ;'014.

Arm an *uiuro''itm Hin tea uaags.It Las ttll
islintefmavtnil~in ~~ I''k of lb. policyI
ltimldt'ry an 't"hie "~esrO oftOtL,
IansurnneeItm ual-ir,'pI

4Ith i. L- a DOUn -t

I ~ as any opMd.

$10,0000 ? IMIM -
VP. 11-Dowgies $3.0 sho" have by thedr ex.
cellent atye, asyfitting.mand sut'eflarwearlug
qualities, acievd te lrgest seleef1assylOA
#L'i'JCin the warM. The rejuste a.~se
ttii Sowfront estyes $5.2 to $7.00 =
dillerenica #a the prices It I could take you late
my ieclcury at B~rocaifte, Mass., the largest Is
the world %inder one roof making open's Ntie
shn)es, ovid ehow you the cars %wIth wieb everY
wh VhW. I- Dou sms13.3 ~.0 'ls are the bWa
*abs oesdeuc.J In The world.
11I coLA&4show yiVat the difirrence between tho
shues made In tbhctary and those of other
maks. me = esara~dwhy Uougav,
113.as) rn401masstowlk.why they Itt
ther h&M ft bttr, por lngr.and aeo
greter fIntrisi ale s theeany other 1A.80.
I a nthe market to-day.
'W. L eJ WW f
Dee.. ml~ze, II.ez. ae
CAUT *L.-LnsIst upona bnvwx W.1,.Doug
lot soee. -mesa e Nonaegenuine
without his- nameam&" pvl~o ssauitped on bottom.
WANT11M. A moohoolbvlnasery town what*
W. L .thusirlas Iboes awe not sold. Pill] 11116al
samples senzt I'Vee For lnopeelbm upon re'quesat
fast 00lor Eye~etsused, 8Mu, W01 not weer brass#.
Wolte for I(%iitrn~eM4 rsflog of Fal tlest.0
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Mrs 'Chet*tr ('Crry. Leader f the
LAdli,s' Srrphony (Orhestra, 42 Mara-
toga .stt., .iast ijo.tou, .,1M s., writu :
lDar Mra. P'inlarnm:-
F "r ,eiit year I was troubled witexz-
trem ne.rvoiui t'misaund h yn leia. brought oi by
irreupalaritis. I c ,ulil n itiher enjoy lifo nor
leep nights: I wkus very irritable, nerves
a&d depwopmlent
"Lydia E. I'inkhbarm' Vfegetable Compmmdul
was re-onirmienll ansl ipri, f to be the only
remedy that belp.ed intoe I have daity
imprirvedl in health until I am now strong
ar'l well, sad all nervousness has disoa,
Mrs. Charles F. Brown. Viee-Preni,
dent oC the Mothers' Club, 21 Cedau
Terrmae. lot Springa. Ark., writes:
i)ear Mr. inkharn: -
I dragged through nine years of miserable
exlisteuce, worn out with lain and nervous-
n si., until it .meinwd a tIhouh I should fly.
I them notice a stnt,'mt of a woman trou-
Iled as I waa, awl the wonirrful result* she
d<,rived fran Lydia K Fhikhanm' Vegetable
('cmpeund, I divided to try it. I did so, and
at the end tt three w lt. I wasn a different
woman. My Bsorrow s was all gone. I was
no loWger irritable, and ay husband fell in
love with rwe all over again "
Women shoiild remceimlt r that Lydia
E. 1 hamliars'a Vfegetable Comnpound is
the nm!diciDe that hohlth the record for
the 'gretest nrner of net ual e nres of
female ill.*, and take no, Milstitule.
Frere Advi~e to Women.
Mrs. l'lnkharn,. Inn. Masn., invites
all sick wot en to write to hlier fradvice.
,%IMr. L'iukhain.s vn.st xp.-ritncee with
feiuale tro ibles enanbls lhr to 1-11
you ju-t what is tb.t for you, and
ihe will charge yon nothing for her

Ak HIs Pimkhan's Aidvc-A Woman 1M ~ idrtmsa WOMBar'S lIl

ANTED inis 1u,dtarahive1d thoI-
v-n~on who vufro draitod fr.nthy
0 n(Iljspof soldisrli who haiive bel*
dlt4 5.3 in ll O il 4I'viiniVI their i--.
0BA1NK DEP&I di""BU".(4)v oTviri who, erv it il te Yed

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ra rmers ay

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Kills a Spavin Curb or Splint.
Very Penetrating. Kills Pain.

I wnas'le 1lAit-ll- lt4-rtla to a dealer who won't Pmmarnat@- It.
teN m (t n |l for your MOWNIT SACK I r IT DOMl'T <4 W'UU C. W
.- ---. bl aW D etr, M.D., Manufacturer. priEssleld, M A centusrv'n xportlens with sumaeastfl

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"pw ****. '*s S 7 Gnd W. Wet, NeoAgdoiebe Tex"s *
M. eta : "His daughter had chiles and mefev! a W.e
_- ydP w to attend to, H.-e. im His wife will not keep ho.usedo ors ol- mI -
nyAwithouAt iott, am caunot say too much for W" shla m
nOI &A n M M Ji A L M f,1 i fa t .oitatiet.1i it. Oeents. For msbaleki by all I M .druggists.0:*M y-ma --p-w aM
111 iLWAow mth, Id on't ld ve two tohas huIer I ya Sha-
t as to eawfor m. Fol.'s The little ady typewriter employed s I don't t th1t I aeoud hte a dt e S ea"
l w ,comm dedtom In tftmeithe capital whowas lambastes lthis edo o t Id w .... Ba
C" n Tan-e--' a- d G to a ~ ada I remmen ed t nt my newsper in a le di store in ty hby ca friyr to tery S.i ws aow
re is oftokt7e for it, a1d, after takita onea aylast wak. = us*we have .Lintmt. The frstappsmtion ve m
thb of it.Ibgan to et bt- dared say something abouttheir boom, tat re lief;two ty eentbtt= =ed_ S _
_m -- t.,r Mt to improve until I was is informed that this paper does not me so*xna.d and well. Itr^ A
BAMNmoo, GA., Oct. 1, 1906. entirely SoM by all dealers. wish, not wouN It advocate, the cutting t i wtmetinn human, Fand I n ONW
ClacumAR No. 11. -- down of their salaries, which, we are omm d it to s__erg humans, For
Effective this date, Mr. J. H. McWfl- Mr. J. D.Cay has put in a 16-horse informed, are about $60 or $60 pere by r. Piew o
liama is appointed General Freight and power n e egiand up-to te month but we do think if the C omp, See Coall:as f you want Job Printing. at J. EvmdAs.
Passenger Agent of these Compres, ot m as a new addition to his sta-troller a lady writer gets and earns
with hdumrterat Bainbrida, i, l now to grind out ?- lade m e ar eth and eert Tt" 'a
vie WAlesa, resi 'd. T-. the Myr Tef a. -Eytypewr htthecapitola ehldri-
J. P. W. Al sm, rthden Tenrmts at To Scfen A.lceive the same salary. That's it In a:
The Columbia State came outin a re- layed. nutshell-nothing more, nothing less. P N I H O L S O N
cent issue with the front p e headed: The intense itching characteristic of Nha es Nemely Wome Pretty.
"North-East-Graft-South-West."Graft eczema, tatter and lke skin diseases isa
had appeared in South Carolina, and instantly allayed by applying Chamber- herfeatur woman, no matter howlledregulartty
graft was the subject matter of the en- lain's Salveoand many severe cases if her complexion is bad. Oino I^Aa (t JEW E L E R .
tire front paage. Graft, Craft graft have been permanently cured by its use. i tie r Fn ruitiS ads b d OigsiLon. a
everywhere, but the day or reckoning For sale by all druggists. tive Fruit Syru aids digestion and
is sure to come, and then woe to the -- --- clears sallow blotched complexions by Re air W rk Spalty.
grafters.-Exchange. A just kick from an outraged citizen- stimulating the liver and bowels.rino r W a pey.
ship when the next primaries to make Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate
A Card. nominations rolls around will be about or gripe and is mild and pleasant to AM Work Done Promptly. Setisfctio Guar'mteed.
This is to certify that all druggists as effective as would be the heels of a take. Remember the name Orino and
are thori to kiki mule. Her name is Maud he refuse to accept any substitute. Sold LIVELY BUILDING, TALLAHASSEE.
are authorized to refund your money if ick n l--a meisbMaldeler.0
Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure ha! he ha! by all dealers.
your eough orcold. It stop. the cough, Cures Winter Cough. Administrator's Notice.
eals the lungs and prevents serious re- J F. Gover 101 North Main Street, To a parties sted*--
suits from a cold. Cures la grippe Ottowa Kansas, writes : "Every Whereas under ad virtue of a rec en- COME DOWN
cough and prevents pneumonia and con- fall it ben wife' trobl derd on the thday Auust. A. D. 1906 b the
gumption. Contains no opiates. The m w oue to Circuit Court of the Seond Judicial Circut of k
suption. Contain no oi va tkieRfus.Te catch a severe cold, and, therefore, to Florida in and frothrt County of Leon upon theap- an Lak a l a ou ce
genuine is in a yellow package. Refuse a wnter lon Lt fal got plication of William th of Leon u a min and take a look at our conveyances and
substitutes. S0old by all dealers. hera bottle f Hwinter lon. Last fall I tor of the Estate of Emily M. Collins. cteaiMd. toa .
her a botte of Horehound Srup. e sell real state a sale was made of th foown you will readily see the advantage of
Newspapers, like the ministers of the used it and has been abletosleeps Bound- describledlands, towit: Lots numbcdl one and
ospel, are expected always to stand ly all night long. Whenever the cough two.block six, in the sub-division known as Villa hiring teams from us. If you're not
for all that is best in the community in troubles her, two or three doses stops M' iin metiotaon. sad two. twnship ao
which they are published. A newspa- the cough, and she is able to be up and and the south half of the met half of Tallaha .. accustomed to much driving, no doubt
per that will wink at wrong doing and well." 25c, 50c and 1.00. For sale by City Lot numbered 1. old plan. to there with th
help cloak rascality deserves the con- all druggists. dwtllin and iprovents thereon. In Lon our prices will strike you as ben
hplkrCounty.rida and sid premise" were purches-
tempt that is usually given its owner..To ed by said William M. Girarodleu, therefore;.small. Do no harm to ask them any-
All honest newspaper men are found .Re Notice is hereby given that on the 13th. day aof
battling for the good morals of the corn. A most desirable Apartment House, November. A. D. 19 the under ;ned1 will m hoke
munity. 6 or 8 rooms, with all conveniences for for the confirmation of said ale, and all persons
house-keeping. Is well located on north into rested are erby notified to appear before --APITAL CITY LIVERY STABLES,
Embroidery Silk, Embroidery Cotton Monroe street in a most desirable part ,"d Court on the Pad lath. day of November. and CAPITALCITY LIVERY STABLES,
and Battenberg Thread and Braid at i of the city. For price and other par-how cause why said sale t confirmed. C. T. HANO, Prop.
R. J. Evans'. ticulars apply True Democrat office. 341 Administrator of the Petatet .f nFmilyM. llnln Pa i I.

When You Tnink of Buying Your Winter Outfit, Compare Quality and Price and We

are Content With Your Verdict.


Blue, Black, Brown, Tan, Red and
Green Broad Cloath at 75cts and
$1.00 per yard.
Green, Blue and Tan Venetian, 36
inches wide and all Wool, 50cts yard.
Men's Wool Sox, 10cts pair.
Good assortment fancy Wool Suiting
yard wide, per yard 50cts.

Wool Repellant, 56 inches wide, in
colors at 50cts yard.
Fancy and solid colors in Brillin-
tines, at 50, 75 and $1.00 per yard.
Wool Tricot. 27 inches wide, all col-
ors, at 25cts per yard.
Dutches Trou:;er-,
10 Cents a Button. $1.00 a Rip.

Ginghams, Percals, Outing, Flan-
neletts, in good assortments.
Did you say Black Goods? We have
them galore, if its Black you want
look at our line. We are sure we can

please you.
$4.00 $5.00 $7.50 and $9.00 each.

Children's Reefers,
$1.25, $1.50 and $2.00.

85cts, $1.00,

Ladies Sweaters, $1.00, $1.25, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00 and $6.00.

Ladies Skirts, best assortment we
ever carried, in all colors and styles,
$3.00 at $1.00, $1.50, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
.' $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50 each.


Middle Florida's Pioneer
Store at No. 128 S. Munroe St.

Cash Merchants



J. [. THUS.




Corload after Carloard of New Goods Just
Received, consisting partly of Portiere Cur-
tains and Fixtures, Lace Curtains, and extra
large and Fine Line of Rugs and Art Squares,

at prices that defy competition.

Call and

A Very Heavy Line of Fine, and Medium
Furniture for Every *Room in the Huse at
Startling Prices.
Suits, Iron Beds, Household Furnishings,
Carpets, Mattings, Etc.





It means more of that vital
heat giving energy, just when
and where you want it, at half:
the expense and no trouble what-

Is'nt that convincing? If you
don't think so ask the man who

The 6as Company.

Now is the time to ordeyour fertll-
1m for everything youw to rw in
the fall Give your ordw to
tt R. A. sKim, Agent.


No 6 we

NOTICE tof the Inmovamcy of the nt of Jb
art L. Colina., d d.
inuolvenr of the maid mtto hmvia beei -
geted tu thd CAurt. uMdOr wt=k, Irll Al=m=
mtirtor of t maid state.
Notise i hereby gtv. to am sM IMnhI
elanw i Nms nat the abv-imd sewl to appm
and fle the. m. duly swor to. b W ia me. aw
fMeu tIhe 1t de e Mareh. A. D.o11 *r t
Wnt Win b,. ILA W m
August M. I .
Ladies'a Red Made Underwear coap
at R. J. KrEvn. W *

s ecute u N1601e0

W.ith bdth. a1 r I or e lMge getl.
men.. Catr V" care Te. Dtmorrat. tf
isg Aolo. wh fiems.

With bath. For or 2 Sinale gntle
men. Central, care Tom Democrat t.

J. D. CAY, 140 &. Adams St.
.hI carry the choicest livery in
My teams cannot be duplica-
ted by any stable in Tallahassee.
My Carriages, Phatns, Sur-
reys, Buggies and Robes are
new and clean, the most fastidi-
ous will be pleased with them.
I ask a liberal share of the
patronage of the people of Tal-
Iahassee, and of those visiting
here. In return will guarantee
beat service possible.
After this date I will operate no public hacks, but will be pleased to
take orders for families or individuals to meet all trains arriving or
To traveling salesmen especially I offer the service of good teams and
competent drivers. There are no others so good. A trial will convince.
In the sales department will always be found a good assortment of
draft and saddle horses 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.


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* Often 4065in a mad awldst. To Iheal
1vm *SIIDuM" mBueklen's Arnica
0ie A deeop wound In mytootfrom
s u~it"writes Theo eiuola,
=VOciumnus0. I"caused ime great
F vyacinawere helplessbut
s ArnieSav e quickly "eled
%Wgotm ndhelsbumns lke ng~

For Sak..
A uwdiwn-sised second-hand boiler,
wkb I tlAforste hOL .Ap-

that the arwianiedWol
12 ta So"7( 6.b tet"iw;
Lt*Upatent on tho Artilelefm1
'Impnt ot, t a oigial o
rim lieu of the state of ?rwiia
D. S. MAX W2y..

We 0he uusImai ohremby aueaeourool yes



(j trn

Zpyr. bctlad Flow and Ice
at R. f. Ivm'.

Turnip md Rut& Bags Seed,
quality, at Yaegcr's.
La sg Cap Paper, 8c. per quire
J. Evansm'.

at R.


Physicia and

Diseases of the Eye. Ear anI No..* specialty.

Ofmeoe a ld ai a1i ihcity Bamk*

Jeff T and SerrelT.


General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
prt who, has had years
o experience. . .

AML V. The term far wheh the eampor-
i l to i st shall be On hundred (100) rem
the-t a b smae of letter patent.
A~ts VI Ta oa of thM eorpoetion
02Vr e % t. a mtW, re ont. a Mo-
rator, a tr-urrer and five dir-ton4 pro-
vdt how evr. that until a Ant elation
orvIded for under this artiele shall be held.
ther &shall be only three diretors. The
of Swelary, ad Tremrw may be
Wd = t o pwo Tha rtors shm i be
ncnae n by th tM khn and the other o 0 m0
r the company shall be hosen by the bu a of
Iretu. Thabovea ofle hl" I be elated on
the oeend Wdn -d of yP uary In aoh yearw
whIsh hall be thd for the nnual meetings o
the stoekhodders and drMetore. The a ,a who
are .o eondut eha bul-M of the or ate un-
tel toMe .iet- at the Aust eleeteon to be bed -e
t 4, for thea it annual meeting shall have
quiall l @Wbeais ife mewt
D 3. M WEWBLl. residentt.
DOiO. RANEY. Vle.|-president.
D. KYL ILBee wtary and Treasurer.
and thee direton am follows:
01(0. P. RANEY.
Ari"cti VII. The highest amount of Indebted.
ma or liability to whirk the crpo tkwi can at
SUtp m subject itself shall be Two million
ASrtOa VIII. The namss and rueldencee of
thie ubseri b or r s follows:
Name. City or Town. County. State.
D. .M well. Jeekaonvlle. Duval, riaor4d.
P. NraUny. Tallahaeeem. tmn. I ;tkwr
Kyle. Jackmmuvllle. Duva. r a.
cArso.a IX. The above named D. E. Man.
W de hereby subscribe for sIl shar of Paid
T. e above named ( .e. I'. haney do e
shrevibhe for Mw O harm of maid stock and
S 1natid D. KKyle doms hereby subocrlbe
I ellm of mid s.t-k.
X. Te Ipower to make arl alter by.
sIM M e ibeItors; but by-laws made
be altered or risealed y
-e Th dirwrto may holk l ne, I
outside of the state nf ro,.
Sor places, time or time, to It
SI or upun call of the Preldet t
r sa d the dirrtors, upon ntitoe 'o
I Iab* tlh e by.lawa, or at any time or
tsg to anm ouey rrled uponm by tl a
In Wirmg WNaspor Msid suhwcribter have
bereW aet their hands. this the Nth day of October
One thousand nine hundred and five.
(IO. t '. RANKY.
C. I). KYLE.

State of Florida

' I.

A portion of the public
patronds 18 solicited
and matI-factlon guaran-

.#ream Vermifuge


eWAAu *er *qyayicg.
Te is 0** 0, MS **
Sallard4*now Liniment Co.
o., LOI M, NO.

(C., T. & G. R. R. CO.)
/ hedule tive uaday. /Sept.10

Dal D9ily,
No. No. R No. 5 No.C8
Lv Atlanta ..Lt3m 7.1M0m
Lv A . 0.06am 5.10pmn
Lv salnbrldge. 101fam 6.5o .nm
ArT hlaas... l.. tpm i .0,m
Lv Tsa tlahau
Ivi .A.L.) 1 pm 4.00tm
Ar Ja *.krmville 7.40pm 10 0mw
Lv Talb, .. 30p -. o. .
Lv Sfoeh .py. &14pm 10.0pmt
Lv lnerk 8.43pm 10.45m
LA CAwmbeile 4 00m..
Ar Apelachiola 7.0pm
North Round.
De'I ex- Hunday
*lpt u'aiv only.
No. I No. 1 No. 4 No.6
Ivx Apalachicola 700am 7.3Cm m 7.0Dm
Lv Caabelt le l1.pm Im2 Im 4.06pm
Lv Lanark 1 4am "*2npm 4.46msm
Lv SoI pTriy ls., adpm 8 .14pm r. 1fmmn
Ar Tritalo h .- ISOpm .'.Opm .20mn
(.A.L Ry.) 9.06am 4.Xf)m
aItIsmwimllbe pm h o ie o10.0eM
LW L.r I'k. E. 1 7Am 10.2pm
Lv Cuthbertl .. L43pmn 11.Msnm I A.1
Lv Maonm t 4.>nm 4 "onm 4.11m
ArApahlta 7.0p am 7.56..m 7 .aM
otce--Tran No B and 6 will depart from and
arrive at foot of Shotwell street. Rainbridje.
Ticket 'for train 6. leaving Bainbridge undaym
at 6.30 am. will be on sale at the office of the Cal-
lahan Grocery Company.
*Train No. 6 will stop 86 minute. at Lanark for
break taut.
W. LeA. E. 0. Alston.

Traveling Pam2eener A ent.
Tallahassee. Fla.

10 TO I

and better are the chances of your
getting perfect flour satisfaction, when
you use the Clifton Brand. Truth to
tell, there's little likelihood of your
having anything but a pure, wholesome
ye' economical product. But don't be
cont nt with a "just as good" flour-
dt'mand the Clifton everytime, it as the
very best. At J. W. COLLINS '

r-w I

Fay-Shos I




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

For sale by . .

Tallahassee, Fla.

I~ re 1


Double-Breasted Sack


Fall and Winter

Just the map, grace and swing
to make you look right.
Va C and examine our elegant
line of The Bell System Suits.
Single and Double Brenaed,
Overcoats and RaincoatS.

Deeisd and Mad. by
Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co.



Oemitv of Duva I
ese me.S*l.C. Ellis. a Notary Public In ard
Owj~j of Oarai rse persotallt"*
auwoli. (IeO y1rem. OM
Ir bwo n to.me tobe thw
thewss bsedbt. tof&beh su-

per E eomE kAphu n eedfah oU. s
Tallahasee. Via. Oet. d uS 54


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