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: November 10, 1905
Publication Date: 1905-1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 3, 1905)-v. 7, no. 52 (Feb. 16, 1912).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00075917:00038
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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.



otcbhed rating No Kxcuse.
Editor True Democrat: Being a re-
tired "pica setter," I naturally scan'
printing in book form or otherwise
occasionally. By chance, the other day,
I picked up a copy of the late Florida
Laws, and of a'l the bungled up (not
bound), mass of stuff we have ever
seen for years, it is the worst-rotten
to the core. We have never seen the
contract* but are satisfied that it does
not call for such shameful work, and
whoever accepted it from Hilson knows
about as much about printing as the
average "yeller dog raised in a negro1
family." An awkward pressman with
dried up, scabby "inhers cuts a wide'
swath in many of its pages. making
many a page unable to read at the out-
side edges. This is not a chance copvy
for it has plenty of neighbors. Call
them all in-have Hlilson buy another'
paper cutter and hire a hand who knows
ow to use it, and inspect the books:
before any are mailed to the Secretary,
of other States, or other officials out of
this State What must our own officers
and attorneys think of this kind of
public printed matter ?
W. I. I.wt:AWR :NE
Carrabelle, Fla:. Nov. 8, I1Ki"3.
Caured Consumption.
Mrs. IK W Evans,Clearwater. Kans.
writes : "My husband lay sick for three
months. Tbhe d(,etors said that he had
quick consumption.
"We procured a bottle of Ballard's
Horehound Syrup, and it cured him
"That was six yearsago. Since then
we have always kept a bottle in the
house. We cannot do without it For
coughs and colds it has noequal." 25c..
60c. and $1 00. For sale by all drug-
Latest Ilectlei News.
Latest intelligence fom Ohio and
Pennsylvania affirms the election in the,
former State of John M Pattison. Dem-
ocratic candidate for Governor, by a
plurality ef over 50,000 : and in Penn-
sylvania. Berry, the Democratic candi-
date for State Treasurer, was elected
by a plurality of over $80,000. Phila-
delphna city's redemption from the grasp
Sed the grafters is complete.
In New York Hearst declares himself
Fairly elected and threatens a contest of
the election to a finish, claiming fraud,
Republican pluralities in Indiana and
MaMachumettS are very slender.
Syrup BDrrelb for sale at Htb-
towr's. Mt

-c L-* '.J-.. 1 t n i Aiinij I. t Iund uuity anU nigriL, ainu like a protecting angel it comes u to their relii
in the dark hour of adversity. There is no nobler calling than that in which you are engaged, and I adjure you
that in presenting the subject, you keep always before you the sacred nature of your trust. Advocate protec-
tion against death during the period when there is need of protection, Advocate an investment for old age only
upon such a basis as will return the investment in event of death. Avoid plans which call for over-payments, and
which, in order to make them saleable, require large estimates, which, if realized must come almost entire from
forfeitures. In so conducting your agencies you will not only act in the interests of your clients, but, in addition,
you will have the satisfaction of having fulfilled your duty your conscience will at all times be clear, and without
the shadow of a doubt, you will build a PERMANENT, PROFITABLE and HONORABLE business for YOUR-
SELF, your ESTATE, and the COMPANY you represent."-Extract from President Turner's Addressed to
Agents Convention.

From "The Era Magazine,

September, 1905.'

"There is a flavor of fairness and candor in the remark of P'ro'.i.l.'' ICharles .11 Turne.r. ',f the Security
Mutual Life Insurance Company of Binghamton, N Y at a recent Co'nv. itinn of Ajnris of the (Ciimpany which,
if seriously meant--and we have every reason to believe tii,.v were f ,'a;.t lan effort it t ive. lictholle.rs a
square deil. "* *
We are not disposed to extend undue commenilation tto any man in Mrli. 'rnilrter's position. nor to endora't, t
this time, any company, even if it stands pat and invites investigation a- -,i the Securitv MutIIl; the ,' rr' l
the Superintendent of Insurance will indicate the credibility it is 4 litithled top. lut we think that a inman whi, ,*\ and is developing a broad plan of life insurance ;se-4rit.., ai I i ,s sur'vcet in i1n ri iht line-,. d<- .er'v. fair pliv at tihe
hands of the public Mr. Turner has clearly and ciur;ae'<,i'lv annoiin surance and the safest way to reach it Most menn will a;rt-'e w it. e~n ii'lsiins in ia t.n.-ril way If his il.an.
practically applied, is backed by genuine security and cer nrv.tive yml1ai i re,'nt. he will surely build hi comniany
Into a colossal beneficent institution. If hiM structure is we.ak or faulty it imust fail to reach an ,nviable plane ini
popular regard. Mr. Turner has doubtless consid-r' d thi- :andm i prepair.-d for critical cru tiny. When 1. man put,
himself on record with Mr Turner's earnestnesst and frankn-Ms we confie i ;I se-ts of conviction of his honest,
of high regard for his principles and of hope for his ,ultimate triiim|h. everything "

[Spiaking of JOHN W. RYCKMAN, the owner and e.litor of TI, I.'r;, .',uI:ir,'. the Ve.ir Y,,rk' II'',rl of


Two Special Contracts, Written only by the

Podlces Registered By The State of New York.
Let me show them to you.

CHAS. G. MYERS, General Agent,



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Contract fo i lad w e to te We would like to show some of our ea. John W. Heaersea Will Rna The following names have been add
e eo Cm Tallahassee merchants copies of the will to our list since last Directory was pu
The commissioners for the revision of Live Oak Democrat, as an example of the State Seate. wished:
the laws met Wednesday and received the-waythe merchants in that town ad- To THE PEOPLE O LEON COUNTY : 189 Adjutant-General's Office, Sta
the following bids for the printing of vertise. The Democrat is a 16-page To THE EoPL LoN OUNTY i Capitol.
the new Revised Statutes: paper, and its last weeks issue contained I hereby announce my candidacy for 60 Apthorp J. P., residence.
The Record Company, St. Augustine, 2 full page 7 half pares, 2 quarter it 187 Ausley Lee. 2 rings.
$3 92 per o e. pages, and about 26 columns of smaller the position of State Senator from 274 Alfor, E. H., residence.
Davis lAfoote, Atlanta, Ga., $4.47 advertisements. No wonder the pro- the Eighth Senatorial District. To you 206 Banks, Geo. P. residence.
perag prietorsof the Democrat have just com- i 180 Bon, 2Dr. B.r., Phsicianoff
JohG. Collins, Tallahassee, $4.95 per menced the publication of a ally edi- I submit the question of my qualifica- 2 rings.Physician of
paTe tion. And Live Oak is not -much larger tions to represent you in that capacity. 214 Bryan, C. A residence
The Painter Co., DeLand, $5.40 per than Tallahassee, but it is growing a If nominated by the Democratic pri- 82 Cox D R, residence.
page.great deal father, and the way its busi- Cox D. R residence.
Capital City Printing Co., $5.55 per ness men advertise is one of the reasons mary, and elected, I shall devote my !77 Cobb, R W., residence.
pae. of its growth. 204 Chaires, Miss Anna E., resident
The contract was awarded to the Rec- Tallahassee promises, however, to best efforts to your service, and your 198 Damon, W. T., Grocer.
ord Compan. "get a move on" in the matter of ad- interests and welfare shall be my sole 294 El Amo Cigar Co.
Thebook estimated to contain about vertising. Our last week's issue con- consideration Respectfully '224 Elliot, H. S. residence
2,000 pages and the number of copies tainted a full page for the new D. R. consideration. Respectfully, 75Eppe, Edward B., residence
contracted for is 6,000, 3,000 of which Cox Furniture Co., contracted for sev- JOHN W. HENDERSON. 81 Florida Female College office
are to be bound in full sheep, and the eral months' insertion; a quarter page 64 Fl ida Warehouse and Comnn
remainder stitched. The work is to be for Duval Brothers, also a long con- Leon Circuit 4 lorida Warehouse and Company
completed within six months from the tract; a handsome advertisement for Leon Circ't Court. Company.
date of contract. Mr. Chas. G. Myers, general agent for The jury drawn for the Fall term of 61 Gibbs. G. G., Wood Yard, 2 rini
The True Democrat's bid was, we the Security Mutual Life Insurance Co., Leon county Circuit Court is as follows: 173 Ham, Dr. A. S. Dental office.
thought, as low as would afford a fair, also a long contract; besides several D E Atkinson, N M Isler, 24 Hirschberg, Julius, residence.
though small, profit on the work. well-displayed and attractive ads for J. Geo J Baum D T Gramlin. 90 Jackson Lumber Co., Varee
Whether the successful bidder will real- E. Theus, the furniture man, Mr. J. D. A C Grissett, J W Farrady, 4 rings.
ize a profit or not we are unable to say; Cay's livery stables, and a number of W H Markham, W T Bannerman, 34 Johnston, Glover, residence.
but we are certainly glad it went to a smaller ads. for different merchants and A C Spiller E T Jones, 234 Langston, Wm Chief of Poli
Florida concern, and one that may be others. Wm TWilliam,, John F Spears. s "'denc."
relied upon to do the work strictly ac- We certainly believe that a more lib- Geo N Alligood, ST Stafford. Jr., 273 Lewis, F M., residence.
cording to specifications, and in the eral policy on the part of some mer- C Weld Hamlin, Thomas R. Merritt 80 Lowe, D. M., residence.
highest style of the art, as is fullydem. chants who do not advertise at all, and A Neal Bradford, M L McDaniel, 33 Leon ,unty HigTh ch.ool
onstrated by the excellent work the some who do so only on a small scale, Chas C Moore, T J Causseaux, n ti.y H.ig' So.or.
company is now doing on the Supreme would do much to stimulate local as i William E Gray, Chas 0 Brown, 194 McKinnon & McKinnon, Grocer!
Court reports. well as country trade, and would also George R Earnest, Grorge Lewis, 215 Masonic Lodge.
.-----. react upon the actual growth of the city EN abry, R B Carpenter, 225 Mullikin, W. K., residence.
Carrabelle Letter. in many desirable ways. William Child, M B Courtney, 263 Papy, W. A., residence.
Carrabelle, Nov. 9.-Schooner John Think about it! T A Fenn, Isaac Alligood, 264 Perkins, George B., residence.
Nye is just in from snapper banks with ^.^- ^'- Benj F Joyner, John J Grissett, 245 Parker, 0. C., residence.
6,140 pounds of red snapper. Moonlight rides to sugar boiling are B F Shaw, Council B Allen. 286 Perkins, J. T., residence.
The Gulf Trading Co. have had to now in season. Jacob Miller, David N Redd. 244 Parish, Amos, residence.
work twelve extra laborers day and For Fresh Groceries, 'phone W. T. ---- 28 Rawls W. A., residklence.
night to put up all the mullet that were Damon. 'Phone No. 198. 86-tf Coestlatien. 222 Randolph, Hayward, residence.
brought to them by local fishermen. Hon. Robert McNamee, of Tampa Health is absolutely impossible, if *283 Rollins, A., City Market.
Prospectors galore this week. and elsewhere, was a visitor here this constipation be present. Many serious 107 Syfret, D. W., Blacksmith ai
Capt. J. A. McDonald has the con- week. cases of liver and kidney complaint have Wagon Shops.
tract to build five large barges for the Governor Broward has gone to Chat- sprung from neglected constipation. 284 Tallahassee, Perry and Southesa
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company, tanooga Tenn., to attend the immigra- such deplorable condition is unneces- ern Railroad, office.
to be used on the Key West extension. tion and quarantine convention, which s There is a curp for it. Herbine 162 Williams, A H residence.
He sneds ten additional skilled laborers. meets in that city to-day wil speedily remdy matters. C. A. .
Senator Alford is pushing the work WANTD-To rent a good milk cow Lindy, P. M. Bruon Fla., writes, *Number changed.
on his marine ways. tANplyZD- at ofce.mFebruary 12, 1962: "Havjngused Herb.'
A schooner load of steel rails have Apply atthis office. In*, I find it a fine medicine for consti. SOUTrnaN TBLIPHONE AND CONSTRUI
Just been unloaded here for the Quincy Our office was honored by a visit pation. 50 cents a bottle. For sale by TION COMPANY.
extension of the G. F. & A. Railway. Wednesday afternoon from Attorne- all druggists.
Capt. W. E. Shackelford and family General Flis and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Men's Hats, nice line, going echeu
have just returned from a month's va- McIntosh, Jr. See Collins if you want Job Printing. at Evan'.
cation in North and South Carolina. _
Mr. D. P. M. Covey knows when the
wedding bells will ring in Carrabelle,
but refuses to tell the date.
Camp Lumber Company's mill is run- Watch The Sec ty M tua Life
nin on full time.
The Franklin County Lumber Com-
pany's mill will be running again Mon- "Gentlemen, I would counsel you that life insurance is a beneficent work. It clothes the widows and educates
y* ... ... the orphan. It saves the estate from bankruptcy and dishonor. It gives pleasure in the lonesome period of 'old
----. -- -eside -t-r c liant nnh k. _.. :i _i-. &... a_. _I. --_o tT ... __,_ h i- -1;-f








lilUts Attack Quickly Cred.
A few weeks ago I had a bilious at-
tack that was so severe I was not able
to go to tihe office for two days. Failing
to get relief from my family physicians
treatment, I took three of Chamber-
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the next day I felt like a new man.-H.
C. BHAIun,, Editor of the News, Chapin
S. C. Thee tablets are for sale byI all




First Diagoesis of Disease Cenaof ed
By Dr. Sellards.
The following letters explain them-
selves without further comment :
examination of the matter of diseased
cotton bolls on my plantation has been
made by Dr E. H. Sellards, of the staff
of the Florida Experiment Station at
Lake City, he and myself having spent
considerable time seeking to locate and
define the cause of the trouble. Theen-
closed letter from him will fully explain
the matter, and I am confident that he
is correct in his' statements.
In twenty ears' experience in cotton
growing, I have noticedthis diseaseonly
once before, followed by years of heavy
crops of cotton on the same ground
without infection.
I advise planting as early as lpoible,
and on best lands give plenty of dis-
tance. as the disease was evidently
caused by the wet and hot weather of
September. Yours truly,
November 1, 1906.
MR. E. N. MABRY, Tallahassee, Fla. :
MY DEAR SIR : I have had made pure
tube cultures of the bacteria causing the
cotton boll disease, and have confirmed
the diagnosis of the disease as the cot-
ton boll rot, as I felt sure it was when
in Tallahassee. I do not know that any
recommendations can be given in addi-
tion to those mentioned when there.
Early cotton is safer from disease
than later; also the more air and sun-
light that is allowed to get among the
bolls and leaves the better; that is, do
not plant too close where the cotton is
likely to grow heavy, as in the low
ground. Seed from the infested cotton
should not be planted in uninfected
areas, as it is very probable that the
disease is carried to new field through
the seed. This will not apply to fields
in your immediate vicinity, as all the
fields there are apparently infested.
Thanking you for accommodations
while at Tallahassee,
Very sincerely,
Church ttees.
First Baptist Church)Rev. Frank W.
Cramer, Pastor. Divine worship by
the pastor Sunday at 11 a. m. ane 7.80
p. m. Morning subject, "The Need of
the Church-the Recovery of Certain
Lost Arts." Evening subject, "The
Two Ways and Their En."' Bible
School at 10 a.m. Junior Baptist Union,
Sp. m. Senior B. P. U., 6.46p. m. A
cordial invitation is extended to every
person. Strangers will be especially
Trinity M. E. Church, South, J. W.
Bigham, Pastor. -Services Sunday at 11
a. m. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject,
The Church's Contribution to the State.
'Junior Epworth League, 8.00p.m. Senior
Epworth League, 4.00 p. m. All members
requested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
with us.
St. John's Episcopal Church, Rev.
Dr. W. H. Carter, Rector.-Services:
Sunday and Holy Days, holy commun-
ion 7 o'clock a m. Sunday, 11 a. m.
and M, pm. Friday, 8 p.m. St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Services: Sundays,
4 p m Fridays. 4.30 p. m.
Saved by Dynamite.
Sometimes a flaming city is saved by
d.ynarniiting a pace that the fire can t
cross. Sometimes ita ough hangs on so
long vou feel as if nothing but dynamite
would cure it. Z. T. Gray, of Calhoun,
G(a writes: "My wife had a very ag-
graivato'l cou'gh. which kept her awake
g1'.ht Two 1I livstiians could not help
h.;: sh..e ti, k IDr King's New Dis-
i',v y f!or (' Cnum option, Coughs and
,CoM,, which asked her cough. gave her
sl-ip. ridl finally cured her." Strictly
sco-inific cure, for bronchitis and In
l.rili(e'. At all druggists. l'rice rk'. uindi
?1 N'i. riarant,-ed Trial little free,
U. S. Courts.
The I' S. Ili-t trict and Circuit C'ourts
hav'" been in ,esion here this week.
.lui'e C('harles Swayne presiding.
(In MNnday the court entered a final
fdeCee.' in the case *of Savannah Trust
('o,. vs Carral.lle. Tallahassee and
Georgia R R. Co.. ordering the sale of
the property on the first Monday in
January next.
On Wednesday the court heard argu-
mr'nts in the case of Raymond ('ay vs.
the C('oast Cypress & P.' R. R. ('Co and
W (. Verecn. involving a large tract
of land on which Col. Cay claims tur-
pwntine rights
The case of Hltavward vs West &
McLoud et al.. involving large tracts of
timber land in Taylor and Lafayette
counties, is before the court for argu-


JONK G. COLLINS,. Vrevriew~.

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Tallahaessee, Friday, Nov. 10. 1905.

Whatever im right, de.fend; whatever
is wrong, voriulumrnr.
.JefT Davis ought to be We'ttisng haek to
L~ive Oak to, look after him (2rexc.'nt. It
iiitwotul lack of hi s killful hand
I'resiilent Uohe've'lt ham imsuedl the. cij%-
tturniary proclamation naming Thursdlay,
November 30th, a,4 Thttnks4giviig IDay
We print ed ar.' Iha%,, o un hanrd yet,
extra cipi jl;i of ti h pJihlwr, u'oyf ainr
theEu a :1 lizaition I II'iTiuvy earllIm' lad
fit 5 '' i~ t cor4 ( 'f .
lio, .W. A. Itaw I lrirh(,uts1,e'111
imigriuui ard hilt car~vjididacfor Oil-uoffics'
oft Stuit' S'riatur fur t fit- vigh~t 1) o(iitI't,

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which our ciwi, I'r-f-..t m it itr "11'14 sat1e
foril'l In ndoruJIs. and1 M i %' il'>i 1 4.W1M'il.s.
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fin )mowrat '4 Uon its 11 rst p iuiiradinc
which nv ,het, wri pr, int 0.4o, si- i slated
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congratulaions oo hie rnaiv triitDaily

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on the 7thPa 'infit, Iit itn itlarici'ite'r7 is lum
64-11gRIe ainhee ,wel pinted, arkoi' ndu fie
wath tlegabraphc andf(itho1er news ;nwhitlet
iin vl~liorialde. a rtmet il' 441' 1114.4 l' 4 I t%, 14
hM v. J. n.s4'e'u r'4I it H iive. 'ov ll kirmi 41
thouhot thii(N l, a Stathe am iniet(i ifn ill best
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o~ld rrarofmi ia iti to 'I i' tit14'sp n'. ti t i i mi ttv

of the I.uke ('ityite", I'cmu. their
deop-lald plan t4.eiturie I, i'ni versit)
sliplel a cog.'

The State printer is certainly what the
street boys would call "a peach."
Not content with assuming the ap-
pearance of ownership of the State
capitol and all of its inhabitants and
contents, he has recently exhibited evi-
de.nre of a disposition to claim proprie.
torship of Leon county and the city of
So far as the capitol is concerned, he
is beginning to discover that there are
nome rmen and some things therein that
hei does not own; and the new burglar
alarm on the State treasury vault makes
what Jennings left of the State cash
tolerably secure against any laid there-
on that he may contemplate "with force
and arrrms."
lie has also learned quite! recently
that h. does not own all of the county
officials ,only on', in fact.
fb- had a siplundid opportunity last
we.ek to .stabli.h hi-s title to the city
and its councill, but the result of his at-
t'.rrjpt wa. s ornewvhalt disastrous
A overve, ,,odyl know., the-re' wa- a li-t
if e'qlializatioi, valuationr.- to ble' pub-
li-he'll. Whreni th,' council rne'. toawar i
Ih. co'lntra.ct f,,r I,.' :-arrn His Itoo al
Hi,,rh .- ita -s is his uuston,. a I,,tp-'-art l in
plion doubtli's wit h in' *'.' to lover-
a'. v with ,hiA tor iie pli. -,r.ialjty that
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Strl'a g'ely t',noh, iht thto must hiive '
xIIfst l, 'i his i41 irl 4,r n1 the ir n il rt
ti'r prln iii iii nrlelonil uponI whnom ht
rlitht for Iadvic. and assistance' in' his.
uni(|lI, oc'upationl of acquiring graft
fioni liul alic tr, .suri is a chilly little
doubt as to whether th,. council would
promptly recognize his royal |rero(ga-
tiv., anil oh,.lintly conil,. his demandl
for funIls' nil h. ii i or' his adviser
Noiibht to inak. a rsurance', doualvo
.sur li iilat' 'i "n ei it rt 1'i'r t" lh' 'ti oti iin'u'
t f ti ours. the cou'tin Cil untaninousrly
r,.j,.te' awanrhd thr contract toTht Trur lI en-

If anry 'on, u hoiil ,ouutht the' turport
of I';iite r aohn n1 ('l'hiwell's announcrd -
ie'nt on takinr <'hue'u ,of them Jnsbu r
Nwe' hr nre y Inr 'e 'onvinc<'l t> r.eadinr
aa'in thr' follows ig paragraph their -

In the |iulltitutloin) of th, news wri
trust that the tx'usain hr y nrv'r arnl
which may rendfr it nlf'ssary for us
to take any part in lairty nor lutctional
tei'ticst 'the burniing question of the
ihour is not eth1i ntn's success nor that
party's triumph, but ht w the taxpiy-
.ri of the State na\ hles:n thf' burdens
which are heapld upon them burdens
which arI" increased bIy every successive,
L.egirature how to Mto,, the reckless
rxtrava dance of mainiy departments of
our public institutions; how to restrain
the contemplated raids on the pxcket-
Ihoks of the taximeyrs for many hun-
dr,.ls of thousanul of dollars ,nore. and
the lbe*t method, to insure an econom.
icnl governnment lby the pwoIlte and the
r'lruation ,f grafterl to the quiet
shahir of private hie.

Pirating Feb,'. HMney an dTar.

The appearance of the' following clip- Foley & Co Chicago, originated Honey
ping from an unknown source in the alnd Tar as a throat and lung remedy,
Capital furnished a striking illustration and. on account of the grest merit and
ofthal furnishes audacity illutrati popularity of iFoley's Htrev and Tar,
of the rony of audacity: many imitations are offered for the gen-
This is one of the grafter's chief ar- uine. These worthless imitations have
guments : If we don't get it somebodly similar lgunding names Beware of
else will Turn us out and you will them. IIne genuine Foley's Honey and
merely change one set of thieves for Tar is in a yellow package. Ask for it
another. This is the Insolent reply and refuse any substitute. It, is the
these plunderers make when they are best remedy for coughs and colds. For
told to move on. They samume with sale by all druggists.
supreme impudence that whoever holds - -- ...
public offiee will steal right and left, as LLest
they have been doing. They put all On the street, Tuesday evening, one
men.on a plane with themselves. small, black pocket ledger, with my
.- ...... .. ----- name inside. Suitable reward if left at
Subscribe to The True Democrat. this office G. G. GIB s. tf.


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'. hl e';rdu Oct. ion, of the' Stte tax
rati i 1411 t p l ica l ' i h I et d-
4if f Ih l ,t l i i ir i t el n t h ; it i Iut

to, t ie' Staic,' Ipirinter 'and ats,,f t' I es'
|I 0 ,,.y f, '", i. i ,r ,. 1, t ,,,< '

th. o r t e. o tim b en ani 1l is he
Singi rl, i" .'pl particularly in fu i ,,n the
tl.ufor'r il\y'r lor thu /ofimpresutinuon of
Wtictal lr Ti\ln r; in tih erlifoulruI ales.
dias in theru reduction atf the< Stratetax
rat. for politicall effect; tn the "pad--
of a trusted official remployeeports for th lnit
of the Statr u renter ; in th, farmningout
to the Stat, printer "andl associates"
thr "r'covrry' of timber and logs h,,
longing to private individuals; in the
sham-lrss lohbying of the ex-governor
with h.e'islative members and commit-
tees, for the purpose of impressmg uponr
them thr beauties of his peculiar views
and (,liicies, and of covering up his of-
flcial dfhlinmuencies andl performances.
or in the "winking at" the "rake-off"
of a trusted official employee of the
State upon sales of merchandise to the

tl t't t Il',rir .I Ir h ,,V. U, ;, .-i'
i'' U-c'j -r t 0 {,I'r '- 1,1 lTii n st '; tion,
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-'.,''r the' n'ial '.,j, i .nsihility;n.tu-t rest.
So c pr l at, it, a t ', he v e lal ,l iticrl n
tin il r lat,,* ,. ,x tri t,, .1!i sh 1n, .

sii oe n buM.ine.s m.en in ,vhorm the pur-
suit ,,f ]i n ,.',' Ia' ,.y nii scruple'., and
,m.ie on the la iwers wh, use t heir t il-
entAs to )d,'feat all law which helps the
p )lU lace against te feW. t. )hers.again,
trace' the llamn to the peo iple them-
soltve-, aiadl the' i.'ple' means all of us.
whatever oiur pro.'ession. The man who
knowingly puts a stealing politician into
a public oIffice rmakmes that otticial his
agent and becomes, constructively, a
thief himself. One of the most strik-
ing object lessons alw)ut the inter-rela-
tiein (f money-making and legislation is
given by a story told this month by Mr.

,' i ii % i % 3 .i I, Lawson. While he is inventive to an
State asylum of all these things, and
of the exat connection there ith of extraordinary extent in detail, as in
some of' the' members of the "business lengthy dialogues that happened many)
a iministrtin. the eopy, when the ears ago, his main facts are generally
adm inistration." the people, w hen they i t be t an t h pr um
itailnitted to ie true, and the presump-
',oted in th' pIrimary which rernom inated
t e r, c n tion therefore favors the' truth of the
tht .. -w rf mri, li'-r w ere In (141)11/41l 116 111
account of a bargain between Henry
ir tanc w can iRogrs and Senator (lark involving
l ndl,"r -uc'h ci'tumstanc.s, how can
the Index. without assuming that its Standard il's ownership f the Senate
r.aders are, a s.t of simpletons. claim Rogers hinted to'lark that hecouldnot
rsuch nomination' s in svinsietio, or as b a member of that august tribunal as
siiuch nlie,111 t ,tieins as a vindica'tionoll ,0r as
a c,,niatiii ,, T',ns against th. ciong as he sided with Heinze in the cop-
,Uiblic inttiert s and against the reluta- per tight Clark accused Rogers of at-
tion of the State and the party? tempting a "bluff." which he would
Fortunately for the gooi narne oef the 'call by agreeing to go over to Standard
State.. anI f,,r the reputation ef f..arhless ()il if Rogers could show in writing a
State. ffr the reputation farle mrnajority of the Senate pledged to re-
and unimpeachable honesty of purl.ps .
and practice enjoyed by the' Stat.' Press. fuse him admission. To his surprise.
the lnd.x is entirely alon n its chm-M r. Rogers observed that it wa% a bar-
the Index is entirely alone' in its chani-
pioinshi0 of a discredited an iiw.graced gain. and showed the list. Clarky yielded.
administration, and still more fortunate- Standard 00 swung into line fo him.
Iv for the honor of Florida. it is quite and he now adorns the Senate. If that
liklyv to occupy its Floinesom. i,.ition st.ry is true, no malicious critic could
indeinil wish a more dramatic illustration of
ImCdeoiriite e.the far-reaching intricacies of corrupt
No Case of Pn emonia on Record, business and venal politics, and even a
We do not know of a sing t instance cynic could hardly deny the need for
where a cough or cold resulted in lpneu- raising the general moral standard of
oney and Tar had betion when takFoleyn.It conscience in the land of the free and
curs coughs and colds perfectly. the home of the brave Collier's
s National Weekly

A reliable medicine, and one that
should always be kept in the home for
immediate use is Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It will prevent the attack if
4iven as soon as the child becomes
noarse, or even after the croupy cough
appears. For sale by all druggists. *

Stere to *ent.
The store room now occupied by the
Singer Machine Company, under tele-
phone exchange, will be vacant and to
rent soon. For particular, apply at
this office.

When the Lake City Index, in a mo-'. Editor Wilson, of the Times-Union,
ment of recklessness, announced its pur- s now publishing cooking recipes, but
has given no new method for cooking
pose to become the champion of the okra.-Ocala Banner
Jennings "business administration." we Nor has he ever had a ward to say to
knew what a fearfully lonesome time it his readers about the iniquities of the
was going to have, but we did not real-. Jennings regime. Have you noticed it?
ize the many different kinds of a "silly" Tallahassee True Democrat.
Perha ps he thinks that the Jennings
it wAx going to make ,of itself in its ef- regime belongs as much to ancient his-
forts to whitewash Jenning., and the tory as the Mitchell. Fleming or Blox-
complaisant assistants who aided him in ham regime. The people just now are
his various assaults upon the integrity interested in the Broward regime. Tell
:us something about it, Mr. True Dem-
and good name of the State of Florida ocrat, and if what you say be the truth,
and of the Florida Democracy. whether good o.: evil, it will be appre-
In the first place, the Index endeavors ciated. The water that is passed is
toTreasurer Knott gone forever, and discussing it is rarely
to drag in the namefTreasurerKntt profitable. Turn your searchlight on
and Attorney-General Ellis as "mem- the now Ocala Banner.
bern of this same 'infamous' adminis- The True Democrat confesses to the
tration," when those gentlemen, al- entertainment of a lingering hope that,
though appointed by Jennings to fill out in consequence of the numerous and
short, unexpired terms, are well known convincing disclosures made during the
to be citizens and officials of the very recent session of the Legislature, and
highouet character, arind who, with See- since, concerning the positive connec-
retary of State Crawford and State Su- nection of Jennings and some of the
perintendent Sheats, had no connection members of his administration with in-
whatever with the acts of the Board of stances of unlawful disposition of pub-
Tru.tees of the Iti.i'rinal Irinpri-vemt-nt lie funds, and atte-mpts to acquire un-
Find that have b-fen criti('i.ied, two of lawful gain from the conduct of the
th'rn rnot havinmi I,4..n rnmb-'rs o(',f a:tid State's business during the Jennings
bo,)ard at any tirn'. a''d the their'ss not regime, (Governor Broward would be
rril.rti ie rsof tihe lii'ao!uitil l/ / Ift rtb, convinced of the indiscretion of main-
tc .< ,,l, iI ,. e,," r,,,,,i ,,,tt,. taininKg familiar and confidential rela-
'I I, r.idex ; fs ,o,.-o l to atln:t that t.'.:,o tionis with the guilty one-, and would
oif th. rTne'rri,'r.sof t h. ".IJer.Tri~n lar',." cut loos..," a'ral denounce .-uch wrng-
,,,.,. ;':lt.S hav, !i'.n (:i- ti 'i..,'i l, w r rc dlini ., as "the (;ovtrn,,r of the hole
.1 n ..in .S atl,,ir4 i'.',.-, v. i oil. th.' ,,tI .ver ',,p il*'. i.istf.ail ft condli ,ning or i rinor-
I v., o' r h,,::, r i,' ti,, i, ,iI (i t i ,, inr : .'. I L ;, t-rtainly hadi pre vented
, ,,,, ,,,,, I, ,l ,,,,,,,,' ' W iH N T Il t' him thAl i-i.' evii'r,rce to justify
I'l )'.I; 1)1i) i', I' KN( W W HAT hi n n .-,,1 a (',' ...
.- 1:'T ( .M1 :'' IIIE .I l".NNI' N<. < \Il' W th th. -i -h .xcixpti, ;i nof the cln-
W A.\ (,;( I'. To" t.E \ 1 T I-.1 INT'I. t'in,,,l A tt 01 ;'t graft ,n' the ,part't ,f

Henry D. Baldwin, Sup't City Water
Works. Shullsburg, Wis., writes:
"I have tried many kinds of liniment,
but I have never received much benefit
until I used Ballard's Snow Liniment
for Rheumatism and pains. I think it
the best liniment on earth." 25c., 60We.
and $1.00. For sale by all druggists.
Syrup Barrels for sale at Hih-
tower's. 36-t
T. B. Byrd's new and handsome de-
livery wagon has been attraction g con-
siderable attention on our street this
Hon. Jefferson B. Browne, chairman
of the Florida Railroad Commiein.
with his family, have returned to the
Hen. J. B. Felder, Jr., of Atlauta,
chairman of the DemoeratiU executav
committee, w s a wese vidt r bme
this week.

The Lake City Index was referred to
by us last week as the sole champion
of the Jennings administration. We
have just discovered another; and the
following, from an obscure little sheet
published at Zolfo--does any one know
where Zolfo is ?-will warm the cockles
of Brother Appleyard's big heart :
we reproduce it for his especial benet.,
merely remarking that the Zolfo editor o
appears to have been asleep for several
years :
The Tallahassee True Democrat is the
"knocker" of the Florida press. .*
takes great pleasure in knocking "
the Jennings administration and e-
lights in making dirty little flings at
the present administration. It has long
been admitted that Jennings was one
of the ablest governors Florida ever
had, and Broward is making a record
of which any man might well be proud.
The Washington correspondent of the
Jacksonville Times-Union thus hits Con-
gressman Lamar's manifesto concerning
railway rate legislation a stunning left-
Representative William Bailey Lamar,
of Florida, has given out an interview
to a local paper on the question of rail-
way rate legislation, in which he says :
"I do not think there can be any doubt
about the constitutional powers of Con-
gres to legislate upon the subject of
railway rates and regulate the same,
and that the Congress itself can do this
by direct legislation of its own, or it can
d -legate the power to an administrative
boly like the Interstate Commerce Com-
Mr. Lamar advanced no reasons for
holling this view. ex,:ept a general ex-
pre-si,,n of conriidenc,- in his own ability
ti ideal with thf su,.'ee'et because of his
f'la' ri c(',e a.s Attorncy General of the
:"tat (f IF ],,r 1 a in CISc S involving the
-t.t Kait' ,i l 't ol',, I insion. It is noted
-ttli tnt if t'** -uilject ertre that such
'i:,.r,.4! 4 '. i l, nIt iiI' .-:sarily imply a
.i .' l,., '. utof I, t t (, 'in.titiiti, nul ques-
li,,n- ;n ol, ','Il in tl;, law that calls upon
ti. i i.,e-C ,' thl; l.'nited States to
..' 1. c 1 r4 a i Iwr to the Inter-
.,t.* i< mirc' ( irnmmis.'ii,i n. The legal
r, ,iil',n- iriu. ht for'w-iird in the aetivi-
',I'- th tit Statl c('millIiSsuion lhear upon
i ,t itrm i:'t' ,r 'f the' lIe ality of such
i'''.i.ii ,, li t I F' ,'i'cai I ti: t'V nf'n'ctinr, i, 1 qtiited the opinion of- -.
trt:ii r S cre''tri of State hicliard 01-
,y. wWI.', I rt')putai i in. lia>ed(, oi, his ex-
,.<'!irC a At t r,,iirn y G(eneral in Mr.
'Ifv-\ :ianl': ('abinei t. andi later as See-
r'.?iiy ,'f State., thai raterize-s him as
S .' I w 'rtly titt'id t speak~k with authority
ili, ii, a1 I l ,al ap-icts of the case as af-
;:..rT.l lIv the (',,ntitution of the United
Sells Nore of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy than of all Others
Put Together.
Mr. Thomas George, a merchant at
Mlt. Elgin. Ontario. says: "I had the
local agency for ('hamberlain's Cough
itemedly ever since it was introduced
into Canada, and I sell as much of it as
I do of all other lines I have on my
shelves put together. Of the many doz-
ens sold inder guarantee, I have not
had one bottle returned. I can person-
ally recommend this medicine, as I have
used it myself and given it to my chil-
dren, and always with the best results.
For sale by all druggists. *

Partial Returns from Elections In
Several States.
The New York City election and the
Philadelphia city election held the front
position of interest in this week's elec-
tion events.
In New York Jerome was chosen to
succeed himself as district attorney, on
an independent basis, defeating the
Democratic candidate, Osborne. by a
small plurality. Mayor George B. Mc-
('lellan was re-elected by a small plu-
rality. W. R. Hearst got a good vote,
composed of both Republicans and Dem-
In Philadelphia the reformers were
victorious, their ticket winning by a
large plurality. There was much dis-
order, amounting in some instances to y
In Maryland the constitutional amend-
ment to change the franchise laws was
defeated, and the Republicans were
generally successful.
C('hicago went Republican with the ex-
ce tion of one judge
In Virginia the Democratic plurality
was large.
In Massachusetts the Republicans re-
elected Guild governor, and Draper lieu-
tenant governor.
In Rhode Island the Republican car.-
didate for governor was elected.
Best Liaiment e Earth.

preparation which may contain opiates.
which cause constipation, a condition
that retards recovery from a cold. Ask
for Foley's Honey and Tar and refuse
any substitute offered. For sale by ili
druggists._________ __ _
The Tallahassee herd of Elks had a
gorgeous spread at the Leon Wednes.
day evening. The banquet was largely)
attended and fun and eloquence mingle
agreeably with the good things to eat
and drink that were set before the Elks
and their guests by the lasees Hutch-'
Inson & Duke. who fairly outdid theih
reputation as caterers.



L -- .s~

W. C. T. U.

Prohibition and Public gIxpen

Some people look at a saloon
license fee as clear rain that
helps the taxpayer! What a mis-
takel The saloon is a breeder of
me and disorder, and all crime
disorder is a public expense.
Nd expense demands more tax.
-No saloon ever paid enough to
balance the cost of trying the
crime and relievingc the pauperism
that it produces. The county gets
only $250 out of the thousands
paid by the saloon, and one case
in court will eat tip this little sum
and "take up a col section" from
the taxpayer to mtet a deficit.
Read the following
When \Washington and Mahaska
counties flov.a) had no saloons
their court expnn.-es each ran
about I:3.11( I pc-r year. Mahaska
finally admitted the saloon. HerI
court expense,- i':apilyl i:crasetl
to $20,(1(<) and in P1,li they rar
up to ..23,0t"). Dial of Progress.
Fargo. N. D)ak.. is on one side
of the Red river, and Moore0 aIad
City is on the other. B ,thi hald
equal natural advantag'.es, ,inI1
about the sam' iopiat 'o, ,,t
2,.5000). Fargo went ",irv." T'F,
wet prophet iboo-hooed. a (!
said all the mono'yy would ,,o ,o'..'
to Morehve.d, a lnia''ethat alr ,ad'
boasted as the "centre i trade: '
But in ten year. the pin't'.'
of dry" Far'o las an ict'er,1ase1

increased oil-ly 1.21)1.. The imate-
rial and moral rg,'re*t- *if tb.,
dry city was ,\v, in. r ',i. ,'n.
yet the ma:'r 04p 'i'"1he'" ; .-
ment in l1 .9 tha t tl'e tax,''. i 'Vt
then. wer'o, I|o r "' }
"wet tl\wnll" that li.. '" .'. -
enue of' the salitn '.
,,- V nmelandl. N. .).. i.Id N"
Britain, ('o nn.. eac_ h h:;,,I ,li., i
inhalbitant t ti,, :, .t! '11
prison was mul ad. Tiit "' !
city of Vineland s n li.e '\',-
cost .. Lt nlo, ani 'v .
Britains c,',t Sl4 1ai.iio ; '.'ar
Saloons i 'lncrea'.-C, tax l. I>!.i ,,'
Vei'mn ,,int ri 'ld.:C L I >' .i" tn'1,
p i o h il i ti lu ll t i ,,' ;t i ,--,' r .
ple nia-nilit ,i a f ,. i, I ,;
the la\w. :- e '' >; ;(. ,' 2
hav\' a in', !,i hl'' "' l v
would vi lal,,i. 1> ''
;'. '-. c ,i I. i' V 4 t
m atter l:i< .. t. o'

r a l i i l y i ,,t' li ',," : p ; 'i', '. .
follow iln : <, r' .' . .

there ar, o',|l ti r,. "' i. '
countitk-M in t 'h 'it '. .

that C aii!)! id ,i t '-. i;- ., ,

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no I Y C.Ti,
Cl)o as ', l i .11tl ..... .('.'"n ;t;-

cea.n -' t 1. l '

d id lid t ;' ;i ,;! ';' : .; :.

from ) .1 1;','- 'n ,<' 1, ' ;i ,,i

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thesi i : .
SI '- t "'.I. : .

f ea t 1., -i I I t I I, '
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t hant' r iI 'i ."-. I '
it,, l !;it I ii ',t h -i i .' C 1 '. i "i' 1' .2 ,1 I '-

pit ctm '4n ll t le- ie, dt 'I,1 t i hat ',lil
sgo f'or !" a w a i. I i 'urnitu '
the home li.Nt rtmalin less cuim-
forta ble an;id 1;s t .v. and th: .
hardfeet are al t rt,. iture .merchant '.

must limit his stock. It con' -i i. i
and devours at both h nds of the
! line-the buyer and seller --and
in no sense does the saloon be-

come a blessing to any county. i Wanted-2.-,OOo00 loys.
Vote out the saloon, and the Have you a boy to spare? The
dollar blesses both the family; saloon must have boys or it must
and the merchant. Those who shut up its shop. Can't you find
may send off for a jug are only one? It is a great factory, and
a "drop in a bucket" by the side unless it can have 2,000,000 from
of the army of dram drinkers who each generation, for raw material,
are caught only by the sight of a some of these factories must close
saloon. The cash will remain up. and the operatives he thrown
to bless the family and add to out upon a cold world, and the
every line of necessary business, public revenue dwindle One
This is the testimony of truthful family out of every five muqt con-
business men in every dry tribute a boy. in order to keep up
county. G theTupply. Will you help? Which
BLIND TIGER TALK. of your boys shall it be? Are you
The "wet" man says there is a father? Have you given your
or will be. as much liqur sold in share to keep up the supply for
the "dry" as in the "wet" coun- this great public institution that
tyr Why do men make such ah- is helping pay your taxes and
surl statements? Think a mu- kindly electing public officers for
meant: When men are put under Yv(u ? Have you contibuted a
restraint and have to use the ut- I(oy ? It not. some other family
mo-t caution, how, in the name ha, had to give more than its
of common sense, could they sell -share. Are you seltish? Voting
a4 much liquor as they could il to keep the saloon open to grind
the open saloon that has been P l)boys. and then doing nothing
ma le legitimate and lawful. and to Keep lup the supply .' Ponder
where n11 caution is needed these It. le.-tions, ye vote rs, an(i
Tht: as 'rtion is too ablsurl. 1)i, answt.r them to (;od, to whom
you ever iee lbariT Is anid ke.ys .\ou \\ ill oliMe ilay give it account
ablt it a "ilinld tiger." piled up so tor votet.- as vel as prayers. Andl
hijih as to alm)o.t ,tefy the leap) 1e mo!theIrs. wives and daughters.
01 a grey.ilnn l? It' the as.-- art- .'i-, u ,." recentt. example and
til'. i- tr!,,' the saloon !r'en ar, intlu'Ice in every possible diret-
t', ,s for paying a licen. tit toi (tloingrall you can to save the
t!' as *'e t r'n is not tr"e. even 1'oy from the eniticelrn'e ts of the
it, t, "I' li nd tip er" sh cldcoiw. orib f liiinor salool, and to
If he 1 'ts in his appearance he listen the day when it shall lie
S\\i' tiil a watch at the .ate. tilttlawetl. altll curse ow ir In' laind
School M3ney Delusion. nomor(.' 11 not11. v'vwhy nol Ste-
\-!) ,t tl, i lecteu.

i, i.i". ,ot- into the sch, ,1 funds
'> on" \\ ll, il' this w\-re trutle.
Si. ,,C(king1 t1o think that some
........ ' ...," i!'i to I 1 it, th ir
":' ,' 1; '" a >l' ti t' \t \'.'['ht!i d eo K .,
1-. '
m m In. I i )ItijfCI flIs .t
t 1. ;, a: d P'iI iti I
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Notice is hereby given that the under
on the l, th day of November. 19fti, at,
Governor of the State of Florida. atT
Florida. for Letters Patent on the Artli
cor4lration herein below et out, the
which Articles are on ftile in the office o
rwtary of State of t~w State o(f Florida.
E. 1). KYLE.
We Iiho undeeriirned dfi herrvly inlociait
tol.'rther fir the purpo.w of -tcomingI
tt-i un.Ier the tauttt- uofthe State of I
the conttruci 'i:m. maintenance and )ilerr
railroad las h, reinafter l'nrviled.
AnTriCI. I. The name of 'aid crpor
le the Tal'ahassee. PerriTy and Soitheai
way,aind its jranci|al place tof liuine u.
the City of Tallahaan-oe, in L O'.m tC'oint
F':. uida.
ARTI'Is. The general natureof tl
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const irt i-n. maintenance and opt at io
of ra.iliid f i i ithe City ,if Tullahia,.s
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nt' in the. ,unty of Ala Iloridla. n the ea-lt hank of the
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orpecial meetin.. outail*. of the Stato at floer
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flxed In the by-laws, or upon rail of the President
or of a majority of the director.. upon notice to
be preacrtied in the hby-Tawn. or at ary time or
place to be unanimously a lreed upon by the
IN WITNKMsa WHIrnHor said subhscri)wr. have
hereto set their hanrdi. this the 18th day o' October
One thousand nine hundred and l ve.
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. State of Florida, p
incorpora. County of Puval.
F"eridea f,,r
rati,,n of a before me. 'ffie t.'. Ellis. a Notary Puheic in and
f,,r h.e State of I' lorida at large' erpana. y appear-
Ie I >h ath i I anl I), ). E. Maxwell. Gen. P. Haney
atii ~halla ani E. P. Kyle. i'rsonally known tonme to hbe the
.teranRail e individual whi -ubcribed the above Ar-
i 1hall ,: at t Ileet O Inc'trorit ioni. ard iievelrllyacknowlhedred
. stateti of that th'. c -i 1' .4' 1..I e i'x uttd the aime for
the' pur", i t.'ie In itait.l, an,! each 4 ise >usine,. hali be t h" f.or h'msilfI, haiti .' n it ,n in g...il faith to ctln-
in f a In. ne il' t.tinai rtai t. ,il ,n .i i' moe te railri ul mention-
it',' in t he et n Ith il-.- At. -:, .f Incorporat ion.
F. to Wan-R R A M AI &I..
e State ,,f EO. PMAX.i I.NIY.
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f Alachua A-l.rt,, h. ., wo.r- i to and i,: eril Al before
the tiiw.ni nit, thi ti, 1'i h .lay **f < ltiottr. 1105.
r; and tlei IN T t:s>1T M,'iN \'lW t.i>.ti' I havehere r to et my
Irel mdl'x. hanidl and iri ctinl -,nl.
i'e track-,. .. ) ErFFI: C. Fl.l1 S.
Not r I'tltlir State f "Floril.i at l lare.
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' JOHN G. COLUNS, Pabllsher. You can't help it, and probably don't
... __want to. But the live men of the
PUBLInHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. State whose business takesthem Into
if... hotel lobbies and other phlces where
AND ENT men congregate, will and o spend their
CLIPPING AND COMM T dle moments in discussing available
candidates for the governorship and
From the State Newspapers n Divers other political matters. These men are
Interestin Tphics. the kind who make sentiment, They,
too, usually come nearest to voicing
The Tallah asee True Democrat is now current opinion.
printed upon an up-to-date newspaper At the Saratoga hotel the other even-
press You can't down a man like John ing were a dozen commercial men. The
Collin. Apalachicola Tirres subject came up. Then John McRes,
The Tallahassee Daily Capital head the big vigorous and always interest-
its loc ci column "Live Locals." We ing and popular representative of the
are gratified to know that the locals are Covington Company, spoke: I am for
alive, a, almost everything elie in that George W, Wilson, of the Times-Union.
paper i, ,dead stuff. Inverness Chron- I have known him for years. Most of
el,. the people know him He is a good,
After all Florida is not free from clean, Iapable man, and would theState
plagu.es. A few weeks ago yellow fever a good administration without any frills.
appe.r-.l in 'e.naaeol :, and today .Sen- Don't know whether he could be nomi-
lator lten T'illmanr iA ,,booked for a lecture nated or not, but, well, primaries are
at I eland. Srn .Jones will robably peculiar neor two
h. the nxt. W.lt It'lm H.ach Sun. hre.r were oner or two ,Snti to the
St n t ipropo,,ition, the-nri another man, a .Jack-
Thes .1. ApIle,-yard, who hav a be ih)n ,nvill mir> wh's name we did not
hi* hmeri 't all, :.p.ration'r to l,.'-crr.- a ,arn, spoKe ui;
i A;ro ,, l ',,.nrr.;.,or r ill I la', of ; ** Tle ,. t man I know for the office
h,,it, r r;:, ni'w' holelirn: that p :.o.',. ,f G(overror of Florida live,< rigtit he-re
I, h t I r a I ,',nf,, Of th ,* r, l'aikl.ltk:A I tr.o.-tn Dl r. I:, S (:r:ll,
i.irv' ;,ilif i.( r.t',u V ri th ,'- "J ,,' is th, triarn to, ive u.' an iintelln-
*,, w.' j ,:ro.s -.- l' ,' I u'l, r;i.d i ',, k ll ,.'e,,,, laair, lrt,i')iMst.ratliri with ruo
h,' i'. r':.li,;' f ,.' .In orri o ,,,,i ,, ', r.,r f attactl. l.nts If-
Ta.ll '*rr [Tr .'",.,.r,t. A .I w"f r' of the bust po.stjl e rie i aring
T',trnrn i, .I... run Ior ,,fii- wh.,t w," th,, ;Irt,. fiT rIci..e., in Florilda.. 11e know..
will il, for hi1i 'eowr 1 -, t v.h y w. I ,. , t.,ate' fr,rn A to Izzardl if. i, a.h-
l.lei \ Run Turri:rm-, 5I:i,. Gv t i.t .- L yw l rm ny ;lab i, gu.-
10 ',e'e '. r ul In f: .. < 'a J tjo ,l i I( iir hrilst : ,ritig wl .n hr le ill-
I,, -j;,'akiril' of ( ,. r,,r < :r; Ir,. ,',i th;t Key 'W est extel'ns.-iorn lll
o err net v;e,'n e ,!l,'vl l,y I- r ,;t i ir.lJ i thi S' nr.at,. .Siid wi' te wa rauii r);iad
I horMe clo '' to hiri ti ori jtr'll,'r i 'r'o' trr i riirl 1 0 wa4 i but r11 t ill the.' s'I ns.- e
the' Jlawire HA itirri'rI,,' l.ier ; -4<: t ho-' y iv'.trit. Neow, tho.+w l.'sy;, sinial ;a
11( ,r. folb ow the' ir' iir on,, rtailrow;l lifer,.r t T'Ihey s,. th.,t thi-, Ke
valuiti 'rins whi'h w'e havi.i ;Ir ''ly re- W '.st railway E'xti'nI.4ioj i i"- 0oing1 toI
pririnte'l. ) Ye'M, thi i n' il4$,itkr', ;trid prove the ligKgest, tniiig itht ,eve'r ihap-
.how 4 omrne' facts woritl.y If e'; r',f'l ,po.r ld to l"iorida. It's gloir.g tio .h 'ov.'
stuly. Other' ari'eoth'r "in -t;'"'''" th at ll i'ua ur tr;.ve, l aiil frei,'ht throu-hl
can awl wiil ibe' hrouhii.ht lt litdl 1 f th' .1 F'lorilda, and it's ,,'r g to mnake of the
acts o'f tlthis gr'at rnoy..l 1 i f t' lo I.sl|irs l City the on, imrripiL, rit., h,'ctauxs
ill the' cop *el' all their tlrt.'. II'.* ric,-.s m r'are.'4L aill rn'os, t l;ir,'ct, point ofI eTr -
( ironn'e' ar'ation for the. I'atnama c'trial That
A'o,,rdling t TheTn.r*' I i',, ;st, a:;'d wa.s .S'nator Crill's work, ridri not onl ,
there 1s noi reason for doulo tit i'Its vr,- te'fat, lbut he! hli.s IavId t W State o"'f
rae'itv, the' following in the me'thelod of He'lrild. t h'al hby interposing r hi hiead
pruacti.o it the capitol whtrn 'cornr lainrt full of conservative brains to prevent 1
si madliof the- S itte plriiitinw.: "Why," ll-aeivisf-d legislation. I arn for Crill,
said the' "Hosm," "the State' printer ha anarid I heive he could lbe norninated."
been losing money'; h- in a i'r,-nd, of Several of those present also spoke'
mine, and has done ne mseome vgood turns., in approval of Dr. (Crill. Then Mr
We must wink at somen things!" Such Meltae Maid: Dr, Crill is undoubtedly
a mild form of expression, when total one of the purest menr in politics in this
blindness in this matter is really the or any other State. I don't know as
case. And the "defenders" who re- he would run, but I will say that if he
cently said, "(0, phaw,', at the alleia- was Governor of Florida, there would
tion of crookedness, will they answer or he an end of graft, and the affair., of
have they fled to the bombproof? Ar- state would be conducted in a dignified
cadia News. manner somethingng that has not always.
A rafter in a fellow who Pets in been during theme latter years."
"with the gang" and bhleeds the ,people Travelling men not only sell Kgolods,
liHeuton a lot of style. he pretendls but they build political mentnument, andl
to o a little work and drawn a bit their utterances are generally of the
price for it. The Geneva ehitper, in i 'most sen.sibleh srt.
speaking of the cums, says: "Graft ande .
rafter are merely polite terrm4 flor lamonia News.
theft and thief. It is a mo|1 te reslpect- Nve er The ourth Quarterly
able pilfererr" whom to call thieve.- November (f The Fourth Quarterl"y
would be no harsh. daoncherknow." All (nr*nce of th' Metealf circuitt con-
the same, the penitentiary door is none ened at Spri H ill, T hom.ia Count
too narrow for the'mn thoh.e insurance residentt ler, A s ick. h
or eminent rafterss" And yet it i <,k the lJ M utlin e ll.hhr, was rick, he
said there are nsome of then buzzing I nt hor.v Jil M, (outll, whe pCfrenache,
around the capitol city of our Slate. in 'lhrich svll,,, te hip the' 'cionfeo'f nce,'
he TullIhae Tr'uewhich he' ,lidi to the satisfaction of every
The dllth a ss 'ee True' l 'e ,,crat is ini k- l id ,, still preach ed, u very fine merinn
ing the fact known. anid perominses to t and Ire'ahed a very tine nermene
give facts anld figur.u- when the, te. onKreaton. Allthe conference e
proper time cornhs. (;o on, brother, ,',l.,tins were paid in full.
we glory in your spunk. Milton Index. rh ire*acher'r salary wras overpaid
Mt 11)1" 'l' he' circuit has received a creditable in-
Steve Melton, noted ns a talker, hail .renNe in membership.
been entertaining ia lot of visitors in the Rev W. C. Embry preached at Beth-
northwest corner, and when he went to I,aie l. st Sunday. which, to thin church.
shake hands with the I'resident he found is tl, la|st ,e'rmnan for the year 1905. iHe
Joe Strlpling telling the I're.mid-ent all ha done a faithful year's work, andi
about hunting in llorida. Stripling this scribe thinks he would le gladly re-
talked of big game, ani then be'gn teo eivedl another year
discuss birds. The tall lictrnitt attorney On last Friday Miss Elia Quaile fin-
knew all abotil birds, andl as he enu- ish'el short termof school at the Iheth-
merated them i)an Gerow, who was ,iage. Academy, and will return to her
standing close by. as a big iRepulhlica i hoo near Dawson, Ga Miss Elia is
officeholder should, whilpereil to .Jice' v.ery v popular in this neighborhood and
that he was proviing a tlore, as the only willte rnniedl.
bird that iootsevelt cared for was the, Miss Roberta Geddie arrived here on
dove of )eace.' *'Yu are away oif., Sat'nrdlay, andl will teach the Strickland
exclaimed Melton. "'Th l'ereuihnt school. She hegini school today.
favorite eird I i a 'sterk,. and I can The Mi.sses Shine,. of Jacksonville, are
prove it him. I'h I" wr, nt wa. visiting Mrs Katie io,,bertswon
Kreatly iuniesl d at thi, jeke, and laausheil Mr J R. Jnene'.s oef Tallahassec. was
heartily at Melton'M wit. and Midi if up n a visit to Mr. and Mr.. A. R.
there were more stork.' there woiild el ra Sesions last Sundlay.
no occasion for warning, re'ga'uling race' Mise Noeriah Monroe. of Metcalf. was
suicide. Jacksonvalle. Metroicis. jn a visit ti Minn Maggie Brown and
Mrs. Mat. Williams during Saturday
Fovor appearsr. andl Sundlay.
The latestnews from l''.nsau'elee i that e'v. E. Malry went to Tallahansee
the yellow plague hi.s ,pra'ctwally si.e on Sunday afternom. Hein on hisway
appeared. Nonew casc's, snd only i rnt+w to ()ckhca'knee Hay. where' he expc'cts
under treatment. l ,o meiet his family and return with
In New ()rhtleaeM there' hsav l,,,in ne them tee Metcalf
new cat's foe r svesral elys avIdtli, iIty lThere i very little cotton left in the
has auumied its nermiI itce.e<'l, lle'ld at pare*'e'nt ('eorn is leing gatheredl
ralpidly Some farmers have duK up
Ckhapped Hands. se'ed cane
Wash your heand l with witi ri witt.r, THE FIrST PSALN.
eir w ith a toew el send sici|l, I *hecevum)le,,r
larn's Salve just le'f,,r', nt+,,i,, tee I[,.I ppll n of tie o d ey, iery ofi
and a speedy cur .e ,',r'tii 'l'eu. h ,s le Ihr of
is also unequalel for suin iiusu'ac'.' l',r th* WicKod.
sale by all dlrugarist. 'Ie,,.sidI is the mani that walketh not

For the senate.
Elsewhere i n thi- is"i.i will i ,- fo',,til
the announcement oif lIoe. .Johnl W
llenderson ansa cneudd:ite for Stael' Sin-
ator for theH Mih ditriit I(.,,m c o int\ i.
lie in the peopel,' cisticihateo. anid he
will be nominated eaolmet it'auniutnieuly
Mr. W. 1) Wilnon has t Ii, the sidle-
walk( in front of him evact.ant lts ,on
(Clinton street put in geuel rhalip'
MiWs Rotalie Saulm returned teo Calia .
hanr Tuesdasy, having been unin)O'I
home to attend the ohaequulc of her
brother's snon, little lHenry
See the attractive advertisements in
this week's issue. You will always
save money by trading with these live
business mejp who Invite your trade'
through your home 'paer.

in th(,' cuun.,Iel of the una idly. nor stand- i
'ith iii the way octf min rn, nror sitteth in
I he h'.e't o4f the scornful.
2. Iutl hia delight is in the law otf the
I.'ord. indil in his law doth he meditate
dlay tl d night
:1. And he shall be like a tree planted
by the rivers tf water. that brangeth
forth hin fruit in his seuasn; his leat
alio shall not wither; and whatsoever
he dca.th shall pr nM 'r.
4. The ungodly are not mo; but arce
like the chaff which the wind driveth
Fe Therefore the ungodly shall not
-tand in the Judgment, nor winners in
the congregation of the righteous.
6. For the Lord knoweth the way of
the righteous; but the way of the un-
godly shall perish.

NWells e Aaelest UmMie.
from what has come down to us,
written, paInted or chiseled, the Egyp-
tin lord must have been a great swelL
The details of the twelfth dyasty
show Egyptian elegance at itI temst.
7be lord has a iiale housekeeper, bl
ialatre d'bhote, called "souperlntendent of
the provision holee" There was a
"*suptritendent of tle I mking housee"
atia the mixer ofu drinks had the title
of "scribe of thle ldelanrd." I'erbaie
he wasB a butler and reupilittedt the sup-
ply of wines from the cellar. There
were gardeners, porteers and hbandlernft
lueu, all busy In atteldihng to the'tlnaj-
ter. "A preparer of i sweets" limust
have laeen n eonfertliihi'er. Thie L' 'p-
tiau wheiliv e i' ivt n, o iluie.r immortal
buhad hols of ,lI'ng well e"i InI tlhe
hereafter. a hbe I eliev'iel le v.'oild leW
uuurlih del Il, ij,' pImrtlti hn r hiiave n
with Uimiil nst g, ,,' sul'l! leo,'f. <;Tf ,r.
lngh' to gomis li .' t:w,.;\* r!n t:- of lilI'
K .. tlpt is J ie'niiu 1.11 ill c,:ie ; ar'e' .li'c l-
e'l t n11 klual.4 o;' e, *I 11-a'.it, II kil: Is
of lll eitls o l .ll' .u''. l. trl','i ,;l .el ,' i u
lrf n rl snd eel.'. .1 4' t ,
f.etar lrowe' '- oI I c' e'.' .. .. '. I ,
fruIlt anild ne A ,, ' s ..' l r c .' \" t

i t -l r IIe '. ., r n It Ip-, f-.1

S.', 5 1ii .i l li .i ; ir l 1i I ,, i t. .

ti' :l l*i,-. tl|l. I ,,-,, 'l ], ,. I ,,I" I.I' .
1 ,te. rl i te I

Isel t 'li ir o- t . .' e! l' 5 .1' t i .'s

I ;rtl l i i l llt I ti l' | 1 A i I
It: 'i 'eI',i ,,,ie: I' ..S it I i., is
ie ;1 5,'1 i 'l'l4 .' l 1a i' 1 4'-1 i1 I. 1i i'
I I' t'i .I .i'' I c 1 .i t; c' i fl .'i .l tr I''
~is'Ie l t lle e 1ilit it I t ? i t'. 1 ). 1 i c

S;tell. ti' la h.r llr i., i ll .fll it :; "- II *t
l itc''la 'r tI .I I.l It: 'l I i tr i'
turr, hlowlme< vr, I;] ,;:11 i vrnri o 4 04 ci
l!O-grf. 1'F.. -A. l l 1 rdly t( I n 1 *04 t
,,1'1,'1i lit a lun i Ict I' I'isr lin ''ra',l tItIat
11hP, .lan hi i t11 l' I ti;,c ty-t\c h .ur.i out
jA thl t tt 'ieil;> l"ur.

ImlI the l'rlse.
.Inrino 4 ('ro mi,s'. 4 ca notel 1 I'sug.Ihs blI-
il ic l.e' h sl one i ii' e':.i( abhl' d.vy
to ita hiktail n SludShal :lil mimairket minl,
.~I) insg a little. vo'.uIw,'. t )>k It upi amil
,s;.1 al1ei c anrIles ly thrmglh It. After
v.lille li' asske'd Its pril'e' ftrcei an old
W,-i.;i.a ailnd w.t thl t It wia-s two adv i
slxi v.n'e ,. "'I'll g 4've )o slxIpe'ti4'c feor
It." salil ('rossley. "Nay." replidl dthe
pir oli dla;i;e: "'it cet ime 2 mhillilin-s."
e\Vlorrmioni our I olk (d'evoureir threw it
down Inl disgust nud retired. A geIntl'-
iiuln, overheiiring tlie ailt'trcat llm.
stepped, forward anllu piur'hased It sat
I li ii '.eiivmandedled. C(roshy r,'turne'd
.e ,o ) i trter sai l, note'lig ti t ,' hecl k listl
<'i ,:, lixin lsu',y iniuilred what hitad Ie
'oiinI of It "S 1d,l" llwiweired the' wo-
II..u;u, "to0 wijut 3,4 1 rl'e'f0 'l tI e ,, e'.'"
"**Te'' II i whl b touht it. icnd i I'll give
lia 10 -l s illjllng fer !t:" -' stal <'vr.slr y
eagerly. 'Thie moral i s elf tht* le~t.

4 nrlea of llht.
The stralighteat ltingg itn nature or
art I n rnty of ligalt w',':i I n siAing
through n niedlumn of unilformI deltslty.
IlHe'e tlhe eyme Is einlhe: t t) tst the
ntrnllghtneiii of an tedice or ttiue bly h dl-
Inug It ni nearly as Ipohslile eoli nem'iit
witllh t rmy of light, such aprts as dct-
plert from tralghttnpce' thein Initf'rcept.
iux ai ray and eatlnihi s mhni'e to I
'naslt plion other part. It 4 n Ii t knownev
it what etrly pe.rhiNl l the' let.i-y of
In. kind til l' it-e'4V 'y wal iI:ne'le' thsst
tnranlghtniu."e wouldd Ixl thus deternulnAl.
It I4 certnilIn that thleoIanld' of iet ':'Oi-
Ie U'se ls i meth lly wlthi aly wiout t tlIeig
nble to give a ratlontal expil:ialt:ou of

A Japlmemc Teat.
I'l Jnpan It Iapeari tlhi.t h (one factor
enterinK Into the' chioli ea of n it saighter
In-Inw I. hIer Mskll In rnSlg *'imlktwoi'in%
There I Imore to thin than ii e,.airs ou c
lhe surture of the casteim'i t. ftir It
me I'ite thlit the thrnial lni 3 ly a s ik
wOen 14 resnlar mitnd evs ; In ptroel;.o
tionI. I tih' worm hi a I-en regui;larly ]
and i 'nrefully fel. The prov'I e'-tlve i
iiotheIr In Inw eanrfully nsel inhlutely I
eX:liinlinie thic rrueituN oft Hi' asi lrlnig
lir'f.. ji lgri nt "f tier qu:lill'tahllti tim by
their onstilt ion.

The i.n Who qevwr K'ie-,. SI
'T'lirie a ore Io Ine i pla e wh, leIrolaneugh
s5h'wke'n. IndlffIeren'e oar fsi,-r terror
of their fi'llw e ga thr ithW li.e auf'Or
I11 i1i1131y 111p1l*64111iit thelnliigtt withi let
prntent. heml y dIislke "f''to or they
lire' too t.nr lIes or istel y a hle'ky tee
lf0ee'rt tlheiIsm'lvs; hle'c'eo thieev c1' eoff
Ittdly ever wlnre'. Tfe anre' the mnen
who alwyh s gept thp uncii'okei d ci'oes
and the tough cuts off the Joint-Lon.
ldon 1aturdny llevlew.

Am Altered (Cue.
AMrunm-ilnve you senw anything ot F
JltglnMs lite'ly? Ixoctur-Yes. I pre-
scribtel a trip to Europe for him' only
this morning. Ascum-Indeedl Ift's
re'tting wealthy, lan't be? Doctor-
Well. I e~p remember when I used to
prescribe for him simply a dose of a-
dium bromide for the aine complaint.



Dars w enrsaltT by Whlek Thls
V.e estet of AU eNdsWa Was severed
F-o Hsl Own Tribe br the SmartestI
loe6(* Ame g the Cr*ws.

All Ivdians who use horses are very
fond of horse racing uud not only race
their own horses against one uu other .
but they race their ownu ag iUtt those
of other tribes and useJ to d' this even
In the wild era of the buffalo' au.d of
coiintant warfare. Evet eat that time
frifindily trilhet an i bnauds Jul.ed .l the
two grniiuIJ u.Ualo l.huts u.' e hli ye'ir
:til ufte.' the huntet..g wts over liit.el I
the fintl et horse's of the vair ojs lniild
e,l,.' lsgaili'St the ot:er. At OI,' tlii. ni.'!
so very I e ig ig u thlt l:cI;'kfeet lta I tIn
ver.' faster t lIhorse that iny o:1' khne.
iof. the f.stie.t h jInrte of whikh ila;:. ose
'culd tell or which uany omi hald mh, ;i.
let was vs uac' t'e or 'wealthl t, th.' tri;,.
r lfor l" 'I:!ns ut r:. ve1ry f, l o tf t. tilln
,n1 I t tl- :< anil'lal alw n1 ion <* ..
lt *i K til t 'wa.s h1 t nu1raits t 1'1,1. YOt:
c's111 Ii s:n .'iin l. \\ l.'e:ouid the*' l'i.trlue''..t
,.', orf tli!.4t e'''tire'. Y'ui <"Ien ial's,
Il,:;'ill lihow ,';t \'l'eils wer' tliw' St teiy-'
tIl,' 4<'r' s. the SI' x. thethe 'recrk aiId!l
:1:l tihe o,'! h r I lie;l.ns of e t l plains.
| S .,ilI c' ,'i asi;c ,le''' I f ir lI e't'. '. 'I.
triple', s.e it f I. tho va ; ;',.; Ie 'iie thllluk it tveryi
I ele eI ll ', e'.'';, gloriosll-'. i'lr'h l;Iack-
1f :, th .i '. eki'lt the', wvc ilerfiul
e :i h ur o iii t'tiit lit nt l.-!it. Tl.'y ,ll]
i -*t t' .u s. 'ility I~t igiht ia t trying o'f hw lls
i::; th, H l ldsI n ,tl y .1 '.l3iny's nearest
I i'Wt, puit th ll' .'Ilhs It .Iin lI thie li rser's
' tk. It, I ;::e tio a t .'', o ,' .ii I l ie C' i
I 'g toI :'' ilI I1 sAt four lll' ll to shl ep 1:1
I: i i t 'A ;i:l .:I!l. T'l"Il's \ :is ltl rli1 le
'.\''ry hie!:-ht. si1,1 oin nc IiI. i t l 11 I t1'i
S,, f >.':*t t,, clos, tihc dlo r ifr tlt'
SI'' i I "' iIs" it tillg t with t'lonlgs
rf lwuls;:in. \Vhoe'ver muhim stenil that
I l ;it% ll', Ie leautIty of I Ihori'. lAhnd to lie an
\,,.'ry ,.a'r lle::r,. they thought; hut, li
trail, th,',y never dreamenoil that lie
ci ld lie stolen.
'i':.' si::arte.'t thief ninmig the Crow
IIllain told hi clilcef nmd the headl
i.'In thli.t Ih' was g'lng to try to ge't
tlh: t lhi-e nwv:iy from, theo Inlekfeet.
(Iii' e'v nili liw crn''edil thlroughli the'
ua ; 4 to lih. tIlll IdllT nalog the How'
il.er Iii ):-,h ofr ur Idllio,. I think. was
1lh l ;,,':; tyi.. vilre' thel lihckfeet lhan
tlui'ir ca;:s). lie avvtl' tie' nobele' horse
le'l Into am c.rtalii teut. anid lie saw thee
fo r watchers go In ianid lclome the do ir.
NIglet "ll. tnal Ihe 'r crept ldowl tih'
s!thing lliuff Inoo the camping The only
thliai l, s In I t > fear wavis the barkIiig
og. Ift a dosit aw or heard
n ti aind lharkel. thitt would set all thc'
etle'r iog'4s lIol;eIIlg. ,n111l lie' wou: 1he'
,li g.ed toi rutn f.)r hWl. life. Stea'lthilly.
II on tly an INlldia: l ':alin iiove on hlil soft-
Ily n: i'i, ii i l e,. t:..ls ar hi thilef of
e t'ie' l1nh C'' .vt NN:t',ena crept int > tli
ll.l. r'lf,"t el:;:.. li Iieul to step over
ev'r,' l.'til I. ,e'I .i' lo.; intsl he d l. n'I t
ns v::s;k i' OII. li 'se :..e to tile' tent ,of
he w lilte hor.4se. lie luI)ke'l It nil over.
IIte went tip niothelr titpe' tmnd took a
trjatvols from Its sile mil carried It aind
se.t It upi nguiinst the hliorese's tent.
A travots Is the whewl-le'ss wagon the
Indhins u-ae In the iin:vine'r. It Is made
of two I 'eng poles with thel upper ends
ine'lr together: tie lower eails spread
npiart aind dra: upnn the ground. You
.*e. lhy thins esle-rlipton that If a travols
Is stio el on eand It ein lie madi e to serve
na a nort of ladder. Thus the arch thief
of the Crows uied the one lie h put Iup
iga'inst the horse tent. On It he clihmb-
edl to the top of tel'e., tndl fi'uell





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tti tom de asides of the pnqi
hole. He new the horse dimly, d
even more dmly be saw the four -e-
bwide the bore. all asleep. He climb-
ed upon the tent poles; be potaed hlt
body ver akeely In the cblmney opeO
Ing; be dropped fairly and squarely
upon the white borse' back.
SThe Instant he felt himself on
! back of the beast his knife, which
In his band, swept through the ea a .
that tethered the bore. His beels sMt
In against the horse' sides, the bells
rang out sharp and clear, and the horse
snorted with surprise. But the pres-
sure of the thiers heels urged the ani-
mal forward, and as be took one step
the muan reached out und silt a gash
straight up and down through the faa-
tened door, which was only buckskin.
The four Indians leaped to their feet,
but the horse and his c:iptor were now
out In the open gr'sund nnd like the
wind shot away from the camp. The
watchers ran and yelkd,. the dogs
ari'ked,. the wh !e tr!be rushed out of
the tents, aiil every nlini S4pting to
1. erse,. I''t wlrit was the use? There
w\i; no heor'.' that ;ei:dl c:itclh the aul-
iisld, 'i11l so t i'e.' y Il tu.'e.l) s.alsy home
.;;licn ~after 'i i..:a 1 ride of i lanile or
two. T' e tlh 'f rode Inh triumnphl home
Io thn ten*.-i of t'h Crw'rvs. and from
th' I :i, v lh;s trile't ,\vowt il the great
wS:' t I'o '.rs. n hlid sI fa 1ve tand their
r .e'.ts liner .is.ul.--I-',,i)i Jultiin linilph's
'.t;,',:',.s5 Tu:.'. by I' l uii..i s" In St. Nicho-

1c'11eet lDown.
"'.',i1iks hl.is 1a lir 'c(t la; nil,'h for con.
C'e'i-lv nag eN':ytliiag. I)idc you hiar how
lee' |, :' Se se']l ';"

ll helild up nn e !n.. tge:tent ring be-
tfore t l. g'r's eyes and s'lil 'Eh?' "
S".\Anu'tl ait ll sAhe s'-y?"
".Sih Jtust In 'ielel."

V\'lfe- If I thought i thing was wick.
,l I wouldn't ,do It. IIshanid- Neither
\iiould1 I. Vlfe--'gh' I think sinoking
'liar;'s Is Is wi 'ked waste. Ilusband-
TI'len you shoiild not smoke. Hand me
i imaitch, please.

Patlence Is hIitter, but Its fruit Is

We have entered into a contract with
the Southern Bell Telephcne and Tele-
graph Company, in oraer to give our
subscribers the benefit of the song dis-
tance service. This contract necessitates
our renting transmitters and receivers
of said Southern Bell Company. There-
I, re, on and alter December 1st, 19J5,
our charges for telephones will be as
tollows: BUSINESS and OFFICE Phones,
three dollars, Residence Phones, two
dol ars per month.
'leephones will not be installed for
less than eight months.
Telephones rented for less than twelve
months will be charged for at 50 cents
per month more than the regular rate.
So. TEL. & CONST. Co.
By W. L. MooR, Pres.
G7B.13uranistestiftes after four yearTs
G. B. Burhans, of Carlisle Center, N.
Y., writes: "About four years ago I
wrote you stating that I had been en-
tirely cured of a severe kidney trouble
by taking less than two bottles of Fo-
ley's Kidney Cure. It entirely stopped
the brick dust sediment, and pain and
symptoms of kidne, disease disappeared.
I am glad to say that I have never had
a return of any of those symptoms dur-
ing the four years that have elapsed,
and I am evidently cured to stay cured,
and heartily recommend Foley's Kidney
Cuie to any one suffering from kidney
or bladder trouble." For sale by all
druggists. 1
SRnead every page of this paper, as
Each one contains interesting reading

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Unexpected Result of President's
Service Order of Last Year.


Commissioner Alien Szes 1) Obj:cion
to Paying in Such Cascs, as ik
BdelltYs It Will (Go to t.harity.

A \'.' .;i'r. :i fp,: ial .si : ion-
ans noer iU.ilionairis, is oi. to t I
iiL \V iw'I U elu n t .s u dii t r l e txI ecil-.
til:e o;':,c-r uf last yelr.
.%tCi'orJing to (Coiit;liss :, (i f I 1'r*
sioti:. \V\ainer, tl.te al 'pit :tl( i of a
:itlll:ol.a,'fe tur a. i. lio:l h,.., Li-c.i
re,.enty favorably )paEsed iu;.(i. lie
il;d not want tlhe psnion, a( trrld:ng to
ihet comiinlsshon r, on account oIf the
money it carried with 1', but sim:);y
to perfect his record of honorable
service in the civil war.
This view of the disability order is
being taken by many well-to-do veter-
ans who would not otherwise apply for
Iensions. The fact that they are eli-
gible and performed the service stip-
ulated in behalf of the government
and that the government is to recog.
nize this service by a pension and the
accompanying records of the same
make the service pension a desirable
addition to the family records.
The commissioner does not look up-
on this class of pensions as an un
desirable burden for the gov'rnmnint
to bear. lie takes the view that the
funds distributed is used by the ap-
plicant to relieve want. In the case
of the millionaire pensioner, lie has
knowledge that the recipient has just
made a bequest of a hundred thousand
dollars for benevolent purposes.


Immunity Claimed Under an Alleged Agree.
ment With Garfield.
A Chicago dispatch says: Complete
Immunity from prosecution under the
pending indictment returned by the
federal grand jury several months ago
is claimed by .1. Ogden Armour and
the other defendant packers an(d
agents charged with being promoters
of the so-called "beef trust" In ad-
ditional pleas in bar, filed Friday af.
tornoon by Attorney John S. Miller,
the packers' re(pr.'sentative.
Tho new pli'a, which camn as a
I Is up as facts thai when Hcr(rtary
f; trfi'lil of the dltpairtm r :' of 'coni-
?;:or 'i an l labor. iin '.si.ga',.l tlie
trusis, hle promi.so lI i( lpacke''rs thnit
', ha''o\%' r ti sIi in( y iti y h.\t v i'li
o ut h i il in 1ll t I r (I.() ilI, <;I \ .'II \ ', r
( iclini fntary v' viillinco 'lh vy \1 filil'm 'i,
ptl ) fiiu l')hcf, ilh d,)ff laiii ts s.h1'rii, lt: \ "
Il 1 sa1110 rights. indilrnlitio"s aidl iui-
Tiiliitn:i a;I if t .i'y hal testitli- l 1u l
*I *r rovtli alil )compiili :ion.
I'nil.r this n'w pl<-a. At' rni y ,.Mi;!-
0:- I)lop ',s to es'ai-lla li IthI fao t t!l it
th' r- i %;is all a:r',rient l'tw '',n tieo
; a','rs andll thie governrnont that thiyv
s'ito iiI tes'ify and give evidence wltih-
'it bI'inl sillhp nned or the oathi atd-
mii;s!i'remd, h)It that as far as immuni-
ty was concerned, it sho'il(I be eor-
s:.loreil is If they had ben suibrl na',d
and took lthe oath.


\ Results in Death of One and Serious Injury
of three in (ordc le. Ga.
Rufus flurge killed. Will Blurge shot
in three plaes. Policeman J. H. Ier.
man arm broken and internal Injuries,
Chief of Police T. H. J.lohnaon badly
-cut and bruised from effect of heavy
lows, and J.. P lIandey, a contractor,
.erously eit--is a record of the re-
ul-s of a fight that occurred in ('ot.
'.** '. (;a.. Frilay morning at thlreo
,)' Itt 1:.
I-'lft s Ilirge nnd his lirother. \Will.
< I towi Thihurscday night anid cot
c-, 'wlw'hal I'n r the infliui'nce of whl.t -
I., v nlnd it was in the attempt to ar-
-t them thla' the whol>fal' duel
[ as pr c':p;[ated.


Asseaination of former Weiot leads to
Wholeplhe Arrests.
Five no.roi'i a hi" now under arrest
-' Frankli. Ga., in connection witu
It i r,, killing of Max Wilson, the white
mian who was 'done to death in his
S l-1l a few days ago.
Ioc Hardy. the alleged slayer of
Wilo)n was- 1'lace' In jail.
W')air other negroi*s. (George Hous-i
ton knd his two wian, Ed and
charles. and Plea< Alirand. are said
t.i havt hi),ked Hardy in the eommit-
ment oif the crinle, and the\ have
been tauKcn in cukdtOdy by the otticers.

A special friUi Ishpeming. Mict.,
.~ ta three children are dead and
.hirte.' ..re Injur'J,. one fatally, as
.ho result c, an ex.ilos.on there Sun-
l:1)y, Nhiic' t-..t.-oy.ve tio MInera .%Nu
S.Ion:al bank:.
Th2 deti: eSt-.e: GUoodman, age-l
12 ye rS; Alice .McAloe, aged lo
years, Edw.ird cLiralth, aedl 121
i nr.-i. J.tiin.s 1*. Mulleul wasI tally
SA ;.i., l:-.'tage In th o asemont ot
't1 h. 1.01 b l ; l;il-':g was primiiarill:' re
,liun.'ibl: o:. til.' explosion and losI
)f lIn>. t A:. wasa ih o'ct'(l coniin0W 1
S I('il l '. I 'ihling. and two worlilleii
.\'; t ill thI ha: ,'i nit :!0o1i;t 9 o'cl i c;:
,'n:". 't.y \ itii .:. \\itlh lgihte I c. ll( .'.i
to tli t.~ i=:1t .>. TIhf.' l l-i.n 'l'l l1:n i\
imnit.'-il tl, ;;m in th' ba -o'nie'it, tor
it t i 'llio':'.l lUS ex'lihO.,ioti tollow\\ il
Tihe t\\i) workmen werlt' blowrl
hlirl'l i i ):.c iieiti'ent window u fil
:ilad.l ii:ilnjureld inli an open box car
sindinig on aI nearby track. The buil' o
Ing was completely wrecked. The
htih'e children were passing th' build
ing on thliir way lionie Ironm church,
aind were c right il the tailing debris.
All the tennis in the city were suil-
ionied to the scene and the work o)t
moving the huge piles of debris anl
(extricatiIng those. under them was
rul shd' .
l'hti explosion broke windows in
many stor.'s In the business district
and seattrc nlents of the )ank or Wlocks around.


Committee of Chicago Commercial Associ'
nation to four this Section.
The Chicago ('nimerclal Associa-
tion his dit eit 1, to cultivate closer
relations with the south. The organ-
ization is comiiposed of niorchants,
nianufacturers and bankers.
A (colmittee of fifteen, made up ot
representatives In lthe different lines
otf business, will start south Novent-
ber 12th, and visit a number of prom-
inent cities in Kentucky, Tennessee,
Georgia and Alabama.
Later in the year cities in Loulis-
tana, Mississippi and other states will
be visited. The party to leave No-
vember 12th will go via the Monoa
to Loul;ville and thence to Frankfort,
Paris and Lexington, Ky., to Chatta-
nooga, Kingston. Tenn.. to Rome, Mat.
rietta, Atlanta, Augusta, M11len, Ma.
I eon, Albany, Americus, ('oluimibusi),
Ga., to Opelika, M:)ntgoniery, eltiia,
IlIrmlinghain and IDecatur, Alai., re-
tuirning via Na ihville to Chicago.
l'i' trilp \ill occupy two wet'f'|s,
nll I it is proposll)ie toi n 'et and talk
wit hi tihe a)lling blisl ;ess n lit o1
tlt, citi.S \vw l i)re ,to(is a'r Iliallf.


Was taken from Waters of Boston Harbor
Inclosed in Hnnd-SelcheI.
What is conllhif'ntly t iell',,Ive to bie
the liail of Su.antlina A. ( 'alry. tIII(
dress uit cas.'". ictlimn was ir-co)vi'r
,i In a Ilather h-tiill)ag from tit hot-l
tomn of the harbor at Hoston Sundaly.a
It was dragged to the siirrace very
IeVar the point where Le,wis \VW. Craw-
ford and William hioward, who hlnve
confessed to disposing of the dis-
iiliemer-d girl, said they Jrople'dl it
from tho stern of an East leuiton
ferry boat.
Tho head completes tht body of tic
girl. The trunk was found on Mep-
tomber 21, and the limbs were picked
up October 27.
The bag was weighted down witn
a quantity of shot.


I Seven People Killed sed Maay Injured in
1 Oklahoma lows.
Mountain View. nn Oklahoma town,
was swept by a tornado late Sat irtlay
afternounm. killlni i''ev'n p'oplle and
doing imucih diziagte.
The school ho'lsr. two cnliltlth two livery l)'irnl cito hottl. ;i 'oittIon
ein and about twiIve dw'lIliig s wtri
blown away. and iian.\ mniore htioses'
are wre(ckecd.


Battle of &ellte allows Attempt to Arrest
Kentucky Murderer.
Following a month of fear rind anx
l %ty resulting fiomi conditions whi-n
resenimbli somewhat those which prv-
valled In Ilreathitt county recently.
'he mountain ides above Middlds.
boro ann Pinoville, Ky., Sunday night
,ehoed to volleys from rifles of mi-
litia and possemen on one side. and
the Ball brothers on the other.
The climax camo when the fiBrst at.
tempt was made to arrest Frank Hail
for the killing of Jack Bolen of Mid-
diosboro. a month ago. No

;hackles stricken From More of
Czar's Unruly Subjects.


s tstablish:d at II:singfors, the Cpl.-
ta. aid Susiaiucd by Rssia
I rootps.

The London ''nics, In Saturday
.-uuc, j.olliiil t olu tlowihWn did-
oatca tlroin t. l'tt.rsbuui d.ted .so-
Scihibi r ;
"1 iniia;ia lI:ts wonti he'r tI : donl. A
ii .ll i t ,i ) tliit),iAolil J all a llI I tit a !iantaiL
i. ".-i< iittV',l )U. 1 t1l1.' 0optl.-.Ir Ik'It al te st al
itiii'i.ia to fillict Joni oll Diuo esky,
th i ,t\ ri'..jr e;ne ral, Wial i h bUlllt-
Ld by Sici etary of State ltildter lor
Sthe iill pfiltl signature at l)e'terhoul
Saturday) night. T'ile keystone or tlr
new linltiii constitution t Uth re
,lponslbillty not o the nminuarch as
bithertu, but ofl the secretary of state
und tilhe die. Thie l)reseucet rtut1-
sian warships oft lelsiintors Is in-
tcndel> to siguify that althougti the
inplieror grants countitlutional freedom
lhe intends to pr'eveiit the severance
of thu grand duchy troin thie tu-
A St. l'etersburg special says.v: T
text of t h imperial ilanitedto graut-
liig .itimesty to prisoiv'rs, sigfnvd by
E;;ptnlor Nicholas, declare.i thtiat byI
virtue of tilhe inte ntion xprllssedt in
the liiui'lie' to of Uctobir 31, to lic.
Coird tile t populLitioii liiviolall prin-
1.s g'lrint 'd to polltict l crniliinals of
%ariots ca'egorles, who i> a:ix lntimer-
atel and also to particip: in strike.v
and those responsible for breaking

The pardoi extends to those now
In prison and to those not yet tried
or on whom scntenc(, has not ieen
pronounced. Permoins convicted of
crimes committed over ten years ago
are to be released and will be sent
to Siberian colonies. Those who are
now colonlstH there will hi allowed.,
after four years, to choose' th'lir p)l:ac
of resldt-nce, hiut ant prltill)hitail trom
living in the cal1itall.- St. l't'te'rshl)in
aind M1oscow, for t11re, \,os" 'ConvlctH
not f:0lling 1 inlor the.ue (ategoris'.
liIha their)'l s,~ nt 'nf i's r'oilwlit one halt
anid prrsoi.s c c(mtdlilieId to liimpirlson-
iIenit for Itlr' h.ive tli'lr sent tii'cs it o-
dh ce'd to fillt:'-'i -1 Irs' liiprisoliin llnt.
Ti' ll ril' I' \t( iis to fill prison! rs.
\\h1) bh Ili'!itle l 1)y pr \rlol S lli;l tlllrStiS..
le'rr 'ns ;irr, te d' by llimpliii l ;i or (1il
in;l nl.tr:itti n ei ,ld 'r :il' role"is il. I1 hosit
c', li+, lllli' I tl ) Il'ltill or ltoi4'0 lli' I't 't
Illil t' th l' i"al;llt \' 0o ll11111 I t l f ti -
tf !l \ id;IT' 111,(;I*I1 i1 ilt .t 1 1; 1l"

lf l llllmlrd c I1 d ,'v l'.-i t 1 'i 1 .1 "; )1)
lit i atl (ion@i ( ( rll. l til 1i p ID c-.
toter :1i)
A cc ilrdini o to fih ll to st 4d siP.it<(t'.'s
that havr ( '1 iwit ( )l I firssi I illnt
\Vitte I lii:iki:ng ''is force fe llt. liis
h'tnd Is on thIl hel.n, and lis mc l.rs
;ro e il'lnnlig to eorns .
1)lspatchos are brief from th riot
reitiers. An ()dl-sa dispatcli sys vs
."It in believe('l that the worst )i
over. Owing to the; iobH hi'ig si at
Imflod with two days' carnival oi
niturder an d distruitilon t h llatin.e,
the revolt gainit law and order ir
dying down partially. perhaps., be
cauie or luck of material upon whilc l
to prey."
In <>voral towns the onitire .l'Jew-.
Ilh quarter has iepn dlevthiatilI andti
the Inhabituihft killed or ,oliirled.
In Ode"ia holdiers are nmiaking a
house tohlioue visitation wklling lort
bomibs and HIrmI. They iare nliH:
searching pasr'iingers on thbi 'Hr.t,

Almost tlih, rutlrf .I swt h w ali timrit'
of Moblilaiivih B lolbioiki uill I)lltnilrv.
ka't ire ll*vas-tlitd and til ll inlih.i '
lants )>,i o tllh r btirin li .,I 'r

Ot l|<'r 117 l in ', 1' of tr tOV n I 'It!,
w liolc' fiiry o i tI "i li, V''; w | ;' < '..,
ilnch ckerl ai ';'i st the w*. w .

GRr~r 1XPoNiiio% is RMO-HU(110D

for 1910 at M.ehtnq of Atlanta',% Reprevsen'
tatve' Business me".
An induistrinl evxpOitiiii : t thO

flirt ran'ld &cl.i,41mfi ita .ir'lrtv'

hitliliMontliicvaft earsin it i Owchitti
lber of (tmtnlli''l idI to ilI IKiti-ti c U
I' no;o it nIioni
ThIiitv wli int #)rthoIii. tt yprotm
i nent At l:.:ri a bhis~ir-mm men who
wert- ri'qmui'ti 'I t ) bejures~ent iand lend'fl
their viewsv to this cditwtimmon votj'd
iunanii'iirit thatt Atlanta should gl e
tho expoitition in 1910, or earlier. A



Dealer In Hardware, Stoves, Tinware Wagona

Carrlages and all KInds of Agricultural Implements,

Sugar Mill* and Kettles, Mill and Plumbers' Sup-

piles, Farm and Garden Tools. Patent Disk Cultiva-

tore, Builders' Bupplies and Sporting Goods.

If you can't fin4 what you want you

may be sure Yaeger has it.




Confectioner I Crocer


Prompt Delivery.


Telephone 32.


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

attention. We guarantee our work
Prices reasonable.
Seaboard Air Line, on lot South at
P. 0. Box I.



Schedule In Effect January 8, 1905.

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12:26p 1'21:rip
2:65p 3:23p

7. 25p I
11 : 00P
11: 4np
1: 45a

43 35
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12:10a 9:23p Lv NewYork Ar.
7:23a 12:12a Lv W. Phila. Ar.
9:42a 2:i,7a Lv Ilaltimo. Ar.
10:50a 4:3n1a Lv Wash'ton Ar..
2:20p 9:10)a Lv Richmond Ar
2:57p 10):02a Lv Pet's'b'rg. Ar.
5: 10p 12:45p Ar .Norlina Lov

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Ar Grectta'd Lv,
Lv Ablhov(lie. Ar
Lv Cal. Falls. Ar
Lv Kf'berton Ar
LIv ...Athens .Ar
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For further information regardling ratas. Pullman reservations., eto.
tpply to the undersiLtted.
F'RED OI 88IlR. T. P. A.,. 116 Peachtree Street, Atlanta. Ga.
W. E. CHRISTIAN. A. 0. P. A., 116 Peachtree St., Atlanta. O9.

Child Bros. Building and Lumber Co.,


Plans and Bpecifications furnished. All kinds of buildings planned
and constructed according to the latest improved methods.
Mill Work-Manufacturers of all kinds of rough and dressed lumber.
moulding, stair rails, baluaters, porch columns, brackets, mantels, grills,
fancy gable ornaments and turned and scroll work of every descrlp.
tion. Brick, Lime and Cement fo.? sale.

33 41 38 32
Dalyly Dally Dily Dally

I -



Streets of Odessa Literally Choked
With Corpses.


Is Estimate of OnclCorrespondeot la
Rot-Riven Russian City--Story
of the Horror.

Advicr.; frorn Ouitata, JliHslia, state

that ansarciy lh rIiipanrt in that city.
Killing and pnindeirinig by th band i
formed of hIhntureidm of loyalmif(s .on-
llnotld Thimday itiorninig. Attis'ks ou
tho .Jewn rare Int'efhant.
The, nigh ln ar I,' lice ar fraturizi.lng, nmarchlng throug.a
the principal stre'et-s. bearing nation ci
flags, porlraits of the eornpixrr and
Ikons, lJnging the, national hymn,
smashing everything in their way ani(
looting shops and hou iis.
Hospital wagoini pass through the
1tr.e't s Incmnantly, carrying off the
killedti, woui led (tit'lt | m11 utillated. Tbh
population l u pJ arilu-tlrickt'i,
Tho city rlrnig with the, report ofm
rifli's anti ro.volvers, and oc r a lonally
fa volley is fired. Every hotio and
ltenmo.nt is h iot'l.- and hurred. Thio
Inftntfry ,patlIO| are doing thtir duty
porfiitp lorily, dericlininK to fire' on thiu
Inmoi .s liti l,. th y itheni M lvto are Sit(
Thi ('tio- ,;ili are salti to have l, it
over a hliiiv.red men by )omb)s anid
khotx from windows. Cousalk putroln
rarry 'arlbiumn, and have their fingur:i
.an tli trlggK rm. The streets sIr. abl
bo iiute'ly I'Ilaft for c('IvtilIil .
Thi mcanilnIlil u \V'W!ilne.lday anr I e.
lievewl 140 iiavme 0ni hinted to ,0Miir kill-
ed ald wundeld.
In thle' Jiwlsh tjuailatrs bloilIl wrow,
nId tho itro t i n rm d Hl<|fwall women itl.1l c'lire'll w irei t ranlgltil
and hatkftil to pil,''.24 IIi tIill, 1t' whe'ro tihoi, nom Kgainil' the hii.1per
Tho mliltiry I, ihJt'liiK IL h a1 ,nil'l1
S machine Kt III at vurlotis i | in|;I.
Thn mohi m t uiLr they wvll tin'I lei V
SlMlnhg! .lew illyv..
Terrible Vengeance Wreaked.
The troops wr'akelid teirriblh \ .i
g aIlI(o on tit' rhitlntP4 of lhrire ', iiO <
'xs from fth li s halonim of whl h h.loft.
S wer fired by iinknoiin pe'risOhIM o1 lh.'
soltilers. T'hit latter fin uotn- ili,, l '
stormed I le' ihol e, 1tii4 with til ti l
hoard-of h l rh rlty Inllmsat i -d | l ie ,
It is peristtiuntly asserted Ihat thp
unknown perlllons who f nlrl oni t Ii
troops wer(o deiNgIltell phioelll'ill i% %l
purlimcly provoked the troops. Thel
city in a dismal sight. The Itreett ar",
S illtl with (tCo saek pitrolis a tllflylr;;
detachments (it ti' li- Rd ('Crol whlil
follow the bands of nitrderotus rioters.
The ('Coisackks agerly attack thlie sat
dent mllltla, which Is ,eoiirna i inil 'y'
trying to stem the Ilnids who ar,
mnasacreitn; and pillaging priln'Iially
In the Jewish quarter. T'lh* olore'I
openly divide the gKo M, I. tile ('to, ark'l
S In many va'Bw Irtrlc'Ipatllh in I ih Ipro
rlfOds of their rohbliertli'.
Tho ninmaacrr, r -wx s i ,li,' I- r it.
They mare I,'Inli hUel iil ilown In those
strMets titad lliot ml d li|itnallt willl,
their shoils art gIlv ns ov r to pillaitu'.
At 1t. l''t,'rnhtilU ai drI t' hlixi liw 'I
S p)our oi f r(iln "1Tf 'li ,ll' il .y .l it,1Ii ,' f

al o f t1 1 <'1 <'iso I" l inll lt th I I'll,
1li VOe an id l illtm r 'Ji' I 'I I. ', , i -
fla d I o ti t' 'ltl i n hi i |" :2 '11 t.. 1*
to 1 fir,' rl, l ', I


becreterv ol War nnd Hti% Ports I'At, I?-
S"pe I to Amadrr.
Rt rotary Tallft arnl lt ( ,2 ,v:1
Thursday iliorlllnlg alld ii ,n Ir t : 11
lute of Piv-'nle'll gunp
'The ne health and that all on IC0n1)l th,i' (
lumlta wore well. 4hortly after land
lng the *soretary and his party start-
ed for Panama to pay their re'-peets
to President Amador.

New Material for Paper.
Sample of the papaya, or Mexican
pawpaw, have been sent to Alnerlanlt
paper makers to bo tested for its
adaptability for the manufacture of
high grades of paper. To Judge from
Its appearance. It seems prol inle
that no decorticating machinery would-
be required In its treatment, ln the
flbrous material is devoid of woody
elements to all appearances.

Made Confession on Gallows. j To Test Buckman Bill.
With a warning to all to avoid evil Quo wa-ranto proceedings will be
companions, Ishanm Edwards, the con- Instituted at an early date In the
messed murderer of County Superin- supreme court of the state to testE
tendent N. W. Eppes and Anna Paine, the constitutionallty of the Buckman
a negro wamn, met his death on the bill.
gallows at Tallahassee. Attorney General Kllis has written
About one hundred and fifty per. Judge A. J. Henry of lake City giv-
sons were admitted within the Jail Ing his permission "to institute quo
walls to witness the execution, and warrant proceedings in the name of
at least five thousand men, women the attorney general upon the rela-
and children of all s~'xem and races, tion of such persons as mrny be nam-
gathered In the immediate neighbor- ,.d against the members of the boauul
hoodq, eager to get a look at the con. of control." This authority Is grantedI
demned man. on the following conllitious: That pro-
Before the wsurgingi? nia, of human- .cedilngsi '4lhll be. cornienllned withill
Ity h" ritniade a lengtKhy confession die- tIn days from' dat, thi.r.ol; tf ht tfile
clariiKg thfe ne'gro-s, (G'orge Caldwell procedjrinigs shall Ihe comni.lCrd in
and N'elson Larkin, inociv-nt of th<-, the suprirm '. 1 jv t of ith- satlI tor
crirne in which ti<. hIf l iri vleviotily 1)im- J'lor'lia; .mil pr s .cii<'l to a lt 'l."
pllf;it<'dl lthrIrI. Il. f ld h r.l tthat t;< ,h( .r.min ii;( onhathl I til. stiat, ort 'l,)i-
alone' was 're.- ions~ille for th' i li -llrd'ir idai sijthaj ll iu I i,, '.xi. rli.' on i(C',oiiil
of Miisi'*rIntenItt-it( I'II. 2OM. ,m: "olr, t 'rot, w )he tihi r the. J1loigI.n !it
Sl 1i ntl1n1-fdl''n ,t F ,i 1aI aiI'al- % , 4,, h.f'2 -o ,i h.i I ,.- I l;lf0ri ,lir l It h,
nalted onl tthe ll- I til t r O e4'pt'iiie r 4, Itit4,sI v l. ',. l lI .y f ;talt, t1;:...
1 014, w lil. li ivling In his b1lg.VY. (On t ,t I bo. h ,j ja l l',,| t..'i to, .21 *
Hlptmti er 5) E'ldwil%,rdl l.arkuin aand I I,..
fii52'il.'0 V *V 0IWII. I..11. '. 4 -1.t

thit? f 11'11- OI~lt424l".I4'i thitI iIP- 'lt, it
pp2121'l12'f 4of it ''lts'fio l~i. flay 21114'0hii

V I('IIflI II l 1 1,4111 ('10 I 11t V. 'rn som con
fomm a iw(Iisi'tl I tichi e'-xe"I t(I t'fl t alle

m 12,10-1 l

Invitation to Legislators.

ttlkeii ilto LJjye' (i for1-41 arv ive't.oluig. lt'f'(l14$-te-1'to I) l-w'iltt'Iplr I II~ II
LueI'I, t- ievy wt'ee'I I a ii'fe'fr r I to Jac~k- II 'Xtra(itiillili .. '"Jlt oi(III .'\IhI 1hi
O v 1~ l~oi ke 9. il fit v t h 1 1. W I II' v u 04-1lrig' n i' i, t ilt'4 1, hbIt e' u t t i'1.1 1 r .lf L ~ .1

by3 pii t oit' ai', -I-haitii FEI rof Iflit' r~ I i :, ;SCIi('Lil JI Ii lit'- got VEl11211,
*A ai 1.11i ?4 421 o f0 xsme' l iII' full t~lt' (if M .,i I I It, oI ll.li 2112, Ii I DI 2. Vi ll ~
I'pi -m,t'2 bu,,t after 14 it ihiiig tit-' ihivitl 1 Ih(11 4' .1l1lhiI ,e.. ep111 1116, 1i~iil

htihldw L'~ 1 11.li g I I' f ''' 1,I I h~ igu. L'I I I geri ( i t'IOIf I Iit I-tI 1 t lit';1b11
I$I iih am I ii0 1,an f1 .14 -d1 a f(l)I I ll I,. m -II (r (,i faII eih v if' i co 'tb11, -I v U' ll t Ii)fill f aI, Ii

kill \ 1 10.' t 14.6' l it fill -I I il 022 iT4 ct,,4-dti. I'". I !e' I F i f'cl pi I I -it I,-l it, 'aliltI'' w(It I I

Wornan Kill& Husband.

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filil 104 ICfii' 101222141 ie l( itl'e a hlt? 16it ; 1r'tI I I I',I I.'tsf I

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COLLINS Florida tate News.

'P*-- I __g l +'t PilAy .ornig .

Good Teeth ft Good Temper
Are characteristic of the
Atkins Saws always.
'I'hat is because they are
made of the best steel in the
world Silver Steel by
men that know how.
Atkinvs ws, Corn K'!~rP. et'rfectr n Fror
.' 1arls, etc are hlv d v Igood hardware
delers. llllogue on r tueel.
1. C. ATKINS (C. CO. Inc.
l.Argest*'l M tnfarturerl in ae Werid
Factory and Executlve Offices. lidlanpolls
*PN NA E-%ew York, CM.icgo, Minne polli
Prillad (Orelon), Scottle, ban Franrulaco
Mempkhi, Alanar and Torotoe s(Canad)
Accept me s*ebittut--Islist on the Atkian Brand



Fwory r.o 6go and afttr mf yehra
of use on the eastern co&t. Tower's
WotLeproof Oiled Coats 'wre Introduced
in the West and were called 3ickera by
the pioneer and cowboys. Thi (rhpNc
rmw has corie into such & eerni use that
it ia frequent though wronful!y applied
to mwry a m tatutzs You want the geaine
Look for the Agn of tW Fish. ad
'+ the rine Tmwer on the buttons.


Users of tobacco should, according
to a German investigator, filter the
Smoke from their pipes through cot-
ton soaked in ferric salts.


Iitle Grl'su Awl!l auferlnx With Terrible
hkin llnasror- Sleepless Nilhte For
XutheFr.-pedy (cnre by Cuticura.
".Aly title girl had ir'ci b i iering for
tw,, yeat. tr',ni fmxenia, iarti during that
t ime ..,' 'I inot g't i.:ght'i sle-.p, as tier
amirr.int v.: mivry 'evere. I had tritd so
iany remedlie,. tid r,Aing rno I'erietit., I had
wi%4-, t li > .:l i, pi iB iut a1 a, l ;- r. p )rt 1
a\ ,4 i. i Ic *I to try ( utn urta, ari one
L : t ;if ( lttl ":0it, n.1 'l t \. () ,,tt:es 4 ot
tr I F 1. i i , t <'. 1;, in t ;t l t nhe .d W ;p, et-
if', til a pei niatn'r.t cuicv. M r.-1. 1. June,
A'l.ing;:u;n, Iud. 1'."

ilavo N'1, ( alv s,' brains?" asqlel
tlh0 cl-tor.i In thi,' che i p r' -iaii-

"Aw,. nw, q'ithrklldn'." sai'l
th- waltross. "Ano'her ftIller want-
i d to know If I had frogs' I",.g You
ffllhrs a re gfttln' too fr',h."--Mil-
'antketn SentinlI.

"What 11,i you d1isluss at your li..
eor.arv r.'!l) this aftorrnoon, ltor "
asked l a liravymnr hishand of his wile,
acf('c'ltlrig to( the Comn'. -oi
"I.'rr me re," replied she. "Oh,
Ss, I remember now. We dtscu.stId
that womulin who recently moved into,
th' holi'u I2ro14s the' I sreet an'l LojI'I-
'e(;l(w."-Kat sat ('ity Star.

Taylor's Chernkee T'rne',ly of Sweet 'utn
andl Mi 'llen i- N ttiiur's great reni''dy ( tir."s
(',iviihs. (COl Cro rp ndt ('onsiurniptliln.
iirnd all threat atil lunr i tr'uiill<'s. At drut.r
gistr. '2 '., 5'o and 1pl.0)0 'per bottle.
| "I I .. I t"., ;(w s ;I:,* l ,'lW t :1.
n ',.i iy | i,. it .. I.
ETATr Ior OItO, fITTr r ''I'E.n9, i
LUCA., 0otn.rr. ( *
FRANK J. t'urI.I ,Y -lako o :'i tii, t hel i,
l 'niir rtr n r o)' tli, t lri i f F. F J. ('HKN '.Y A
( .. hlolir IIa -1 lii, .4 1 i I ta II ( i y o f T I IIl ,,1.
tluty tiii Is nt, it frn t4:i i, 1, an tI tt .sal L
hAit 1 TI," e11 4, "t rl.l m'(e'ery ,' tH' Ll AT.F )M 1,
ltha: ,t in'ii t I, t .uri 1 I, y tl, itM e ,t, I i 1. I. '4
LAlAKI C(I'rH CUlitANK .1. A neIe'Ef.
'v,+r, to rtft'ore in adil s,.i, *ribted i m 1 '."
.-, Irepr teCie thi e titl i tay Ii lee:et.-
SAAI.. Ie-r.A.[ ., ISi5. A. .l iL AI)SN.
I -.N \'olary PI,'i'i.
S 11i 'i"t r;rri; ,'ilrelq ta' mo;:i titaer nlly.ii tI
act,,lire tly -on the lii' ) I ati i nt!i )u< *'4e r-
te'L ".{ tiit' ,y [eIn. roi |.i f.)r te4tln')altl4
i'fe.. F. J. (aNTseY & Co., I'uoletl 0.
S, l by al nrl iru lgti,e. 7.-'.
'lalke Hall'.' Fitimily 'ill ftor *a'i. tlii'tlg' .

S The cartius in coming into fashion an
SEngland ail Glermany.
Cars iRhbnumnlarnm ad Catarrh--Mediellda
hent Free.
'bThes two dLe.eam" are the result of an.
awful poisoned condition of the blood. If
you have aching joints and back, abould'er
lolades, Ione paljns, rippled hands, legs or
feet, swollen musles, shifting, sharp,
lilting pain, and that tired, diaoourageet
feeling of rheumatism, or the hawking.
pittiUng, blurred eyesight, deafaeas, icek
stomach, headache, noisee In the head, min-
cous throat discharges, deoayltng teeth.
bad breath, belching gas of oatarrh. take
Botamnlo Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It kills the ,
poilson In the blood which 'catu'nes these awfuii
yminptoms. giving a pure, healthy bloo'i
supply to the joints and mueous mem-
bIratries, and make'e a pe'rfe't cure of th,'
worst rbeimatlim or foulemt eatarrh.
Curt-* where all oele falls. Blood Balri:
(I1. D. I.) i i'omnip pro'll'intie. giod for weank kilney- ]II,-
provt s the ,ligootion, e'ure dv tpepsia. A
pe'rf.'.t toni, f.Ir ild fulk, Iby hig ing th,'t1
ighll te-t,.'i
for thirtv yv'ar,. Druiltti-t-. t1 pe'r largo"
b-ttle, with mnple't llr,''tiotn for hit'-
*'Iur'. Sirn pl,' fr.- taril ',r''epuiil 1y w rit ric
V B'. d tl'i '.,.. Atlanta, f i;I. 'l .,l'rt' ..
trniuillo andt e,.in.int fr,'u mcdl,.ijl i4411t i'
wil!t in a -nle'd lItt-r.
T).' I" l .1 r tui t.I i r.ty Its, v' y i, r
i th.n .a w q 1 1'-.

till llt,,Ii I ll.1 01101 2 eIIitl.lI'2. 'I tI
lilt I' I', Ill" toil lIOhhlIliIii4,'' II'

dIo.ghi'4t .11 iIlt tIhil'.

'111 t' ie t 21 % oil tK.1111 atl1(111 k II 1441C. lIIIt .o ii 'lt 11 ;% 141hioll a1It121 till 114'9J
onitdI, lifee'112l2: il, t eli ittI Iot .o c~n it~f stl Ii o'.' (11 ftilt, liii d i'lof 14111i. biIgati' .I
Wiiin %%it .4 1I elocl Ilj o t Iteti4tt)111111 tus'. I 4'.V % 1ill in hed lel t I4fllil (Cif)
RR1it~1f.at 'oI ,t'illk1' 'et i w hansp's Ji't u'~l 'ilbt'I' 24. I'M).'.. It'll of-
Werv11141414t.io 11141i1i14.11 41t1(11111-41. lit" vOial call i I:ui's t hat tIhe cani limsunite
loaf 11 wIl-llIht e 4111.11 W11%.I~ llet''1 h"IgH. lgirtnl',. ,e~hc ol I.! snd te1 11411411 fI'Mmi
but thei -l ll'l, l u ill Ilo'I tln sact e, iI bIt' Of eIIIle'g.&tus and am1 it tafl of the
fin 1211f*'c'ttit It 'dI12212 Ii 01)0 volkKIItIIl il cihhlraici,'id11-'itaili at I~tee. (Governorai
of 54tofllltl~I2Ci't Airs.111 and101.Ai~jttiiri3 (frne'ral P-ost
Ie-r have' kIuIIlI consentedi to allow
Tue'stdiio No 11 'Iii -,I, Imm 114Im-en the' 2.4'toTif loier bn~ias 1)st trh- 1211111
thanpl 1d N liv i-h' ici-citit lve' tbiulnitts,'t fljtpc IoilIthis ,occaftion.l.thi22 ~IvI ng
of 114Tae mpaii l allt l al r INN4Ml 4 in its .lUirW htindvl-l z'l u .von t houaitcn'is, an 1 iitiuKr
softvillo- til),it t IIu l it I ite oaik w ill g4 Itinl tv to) -94,ic' C lit's'' ti44 sc-e'i Ilte 1'llltf
Mad, 0114' Of 1114'. 1 litit '14)rh Ile (11P fIt tots (if ~l-fieol'is herillptisf,. tt'l eflf in
the vith-C Intl ll ulehtsI. rind sae-riflce'.


And for the Stock on the Farm


The CreatfAwntimti
P. 9 260.,SOft. sa" 0*I A

65a I ayU.,SOLOSee"%mom

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Preventing Cruelty to Animals.
Tbe I'ster oc.:ety for the Preven
t'on of Cruelty to Animals. which hao
Its headquarters at Belfast. Ireland,
was founded In Be!fast In the year
1836. At Its kite annual mrftling onp
hundred and fifty prizes were distrIbu-
ted for the best es4ays cn "Th.? Right
of Animals to Humahe Treatment." A
number of bronx metals were award-
ed to members of the Royal Irish
Constabularly "for service in the
cause of humanity to animals." -**I

Dr. Quackerly-You don't mean to
sity that old lawbones charged you
$15 for amiputating your arm?
The Victim-That's what he did.
Dr.. Quackerly-Why in the world
didn't you send for me? I'd have cut
both your arms o for $10.--Chicago

"They say you're making plenty or*
money In the stock market" 'I
"Yeo; I never lose anything."
"Ah! You get straight tip#, ehT'
"No; I sell them."-PhUiladelphl

Value of an Emigrant.
Old Dr. Farr, the late Buperinten-
dent of Statistice in the office of the
Registrar-General. made an estimate
of the money value of a man on the-
bases of the capitalized value of his
probable net future earnings. On the
basis of the agricultural laborer's
wages at that time, he calculated that
each Individu:Al-man. woman andr
child-was on an average worth about
110 to the country. In the name
way he calculated that the emigrant
of that time, because of the larger
pruportlon of adult ma!e3 than in the'
general population, was worth aan
average of abcut 170 to the coun-
Since th( date when these calcula-
tion:4 were made by Dr. Farr wages
have risen, and the future earnings
have been increased by the greater
average length of life. It Is probable.
therefore, that the average value of
an emigrant at the present time is not
less than 2)0 and of a family of
four persons about 800.
The emigration of 5,000 families
would thus mean a loss of about four
million sterling !n the capital valu,;
of the pi) )lu!tion iof this country re-
gardel merely as profit ,making ma-
chines.-Saturday Review.



st tite' to Iii''t ill l. C'i. 23. to dlevlse wVi\ tiit ilie,ij.n li ir h ,t
tcr oiganil/.et ir


Oryet A4dres Issued to People bv C*ov
eramest C-r.lNe fr Votes.
The Norwegian government has is-
sued a proclamation recommenelain
the people to voe' at the forthcoming
referendum for a monarchilcal form
of government. leased on the Britlsr
sed Italian conttittitlos.-
The radkilk and ioelallsts also is
wed a proclamation recommending ,i
rep blic.
Another procramat;on was issued.
salged by 3l prominent liberals. ask
lag the people, under the eircumstane-
s, to slpPort the proposilUo



So Declares Dr. J. W. Lee in a
Strong Sermon at St. Louis.


tegate Old Fogies on Religios
Thought to Dark Ages--Dr. Brad-
ky an Advanced Thinker.

Preaching Sunday night on "Evolu-
tion," Rev. James W. Lee, pastor of
St. John Methodist Episcopal church,
in St. Louis, Mo., who will succeed
Rev. Dr. H. S. Bradley at Trinity
church, Atlanta, and whom Dr. Brad-
lep will succeed at St. John church,
defended Dr. Bradley against the roe
cent heresy attack, declaring him ain
evolutionist and advance thinker.
In his sermon Dr. Lee declared Wl3
firm belief in theistic evolution as op-
posed to Anaterialistic evolution, and
presented the creation of the world
by evolution ais the only tenable the-
ory for modern religious thought. The
opponents of evolution, the people
who accept literally the creation story
of the Bible, he relegated to the dark
ages. Dr. Lee delved deep into scien-
tific research, quoted Huxley, Haeckel
and Spencer and rehearsed and dis.
sected the atomic theory.
"There arc( many Ipeople who seem
to think that when a preacher be-
lieves in evolution he is a heretic,'
said Dr. Leei. "I amn anl evolutionist
and my belief in evolution is firmer
today than it ever was. Evolution,
the creation of worlds, and a universe
by gradual pro ce(sses, Is far more in
keeping with thte better idea of God
than alny lantiquiated notions that 0soli1
people hold about the way that God
went about the building of this earth,
much liko we Iagine a c(arpentert
would, plucking the land from on<'
part of th) universe and the water
from another, an- the trees from this
and the animals from that and putting
them together.
"The anti-evolutionist looks on l(;lod
as a carpenter, who works from th, "
outside. The evolutionist sees God in
every atont and looks on Himn aa
working from the inner side of things.
If you are an ;nti. you belong to th,"
thirteenth century. If )ou ar'e anl e'vo-
lutiontist y l bt long to the modern
era of lhoulghti ;il have all science'
back of youl.
In onelii.-in li' -said: "hIvolution
makes it a&isoiitb-iy necessary to bIe-
liev in l ii all controlling will. 1 find
that it is an l ili.lutilte delight tI beo-
lievei tlia lhoighi all 11thee ages,
Itherl has lien' :1 gradual ascent.
which was dir c.teel by (God. So it has
come todIl l tIliat Iliigis have got to
go up until 111111 reached s a tate of
perfection :it: be)('omes the' temple i
for the S, pii t of Go(il. i It s a re'is-
sttrlin convie!ion to klioW that.
though governmenlit.'l ;iland empires may
fall and civ illhatiln be buried beineati
for a Imne, It all nuist result in ad-
vancement. lven this great reptiblic
of ou iitlrigit gol down, but out of it
wouhl ris-I a higher aind better civl-
lization. ail if our government does
fail, It will lie becaiilluse of a disregard
of this law. n -oncfliet willh the law ot
Mitchell is Ousted by Methodists.
At a inet ini, of tli, Isearid of 1tru -
tees of Bostu ni. las.. iinivcrsit'. Pro
fsnor lit luck!'. M. .Mlitchell. iagahist
wh )n lia !-hat ,, i I iii.. tul lit'-t in
dlct triple' \,<'i, -.ii-l,,ii,' ile l est wt e'i( hey
the' oiatiil oi ll hiel. ,i .w 1 ilove'-
frOnll tite lf.la I ef ihl i llinitel sity
w itlh wt lilh'i hi.- I, i n i,- ii tlll< led'l ftr i
tw enl' \l'ii ; ia l i )l r of*(h'il t' HI i r v
a hil < )1i T' -' i t iei' .\ le'r <

Miei>*'ppi nCotton (rower, to Meet.
lPresildeit \Vtil.ti' ('liile of the i ;-
sissippllii ('o tloi i \<-.- iltl in lit-' ('iilli ,
:l convle'llt iii ll ef ellltil ."'3 '.eie le thll e '

S, ;r.itpI Nuts food. I fN'l-
\.,I i, .-,, I :; li ,'w anil hall always
i l i; ikl. i II I I Il l I ,>.
\\ i;i, i 'i;I. l he ie experience
, .1 i, At.' i, lle. etllt ial effects of tlie
'l1.1i4i ,' ive'.' .1 ,ip:irnlt in my rase al-
111O.: liillwidiath.hi My stomarb, whicl:
hl.id ro-j"i teld ithier- food for so long, took
t1 r;i-'ll Nipits most kindly, in a day
oir I m livy liedaclle was gone. I began
to ie.p Inllithfully and before a week
wn- Pitt the alel showed that M7 lost
weight wl w4 comitiog back. My memory
wA resslored with the renewed vigor
that I fell in Ilxoy and mind. For three
years uow G;ra!e-Nts food has kept
in. iu priue coinditioa, and I propose it
shnil for the re-at of my days.
*Ai.d. ,y 11 way. my 2 % year old
laby is a. foud of Unmpe-Nots as I am.
always insists on hainag It. It keeps
her as iralthiy anit M hearty a8 they msake
them." Nsmie, given by Postum Co..
Battlk ('rk. Mk*h. There' a reon.
flea4 tth l tttO Wk "Te R2 U t" l

Some ODe Tales.
'T have an unumsally Intelllgen
dog," said the man who likes to spin
yarns when with a party of friend.
"He was taught to say his prayers, and
If you'll believe me, that dog now
wags his tall whenever he sees a min-
ister anywhere e ar him."
"I have a dog withlven more intel-
llsgece than that." quietly retired a
member of the party. "One day whem
be got out In the street some mis-
chlevous boys tied a Usn can to his
tail, and if youll- believe me, that dog
beaded for the nearet saloon and
backed right up to the bar."--BAlti
more American.

Vead. Qtkfel Rk lld et m iler Telablo-
Thunlgh Ou's 3 Klm7 iP nlu..
Hon. Joseph A. Goulden, Member of
Congress, representing the 18th Dis-
trict of New York,
also trustee of the
Soldiers' Home at
Bath, N. Y., writes:

many of my friends
have used Donan's
Kidney Pills and
have been tured of
kidney and blindder
troubhles,I feel it my
t i duty to reeoinniend
the medicine. Froma
personnel experience I know Doan's
Kidney Pills will eure intlhiiination
otf the bladder, having exiprienced re-
lief the second dny of uslug the luedi-
(SignedJ .T. A. GOT'LDEN.
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a bol,
Foister-Millurn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.

Accent on the Operatic Stage.
No Englishman with daughter;
rouil d o a rasher thing than permit
then to tike lessons from eminent
professors with a view of going on
the' stage. Thin op)tra staz.e In Eng-
land star-cely exists. At Covent a;r-
deno a womllan wlio clin speak good
English c;in only get in by force of so-
cial influence, and abroad a foreigner
has very great diffliiilty l)e('auso she
cannot speak or sing with i a perfoot
accent. 'The foreign lady or gentle-
man coli1es across here ind on oc-
casion will venture to sing in English,
and their mistakes bring nothing more
than a .smile to thli fa(e of the audi-
enc. Hllut let an English singer go to
France or G(erniany and something to-
tally different happens.
In 1897 Tamagno sang at Monto'
Carlo before an audience which was
mainly French. He mispronounce.l
a word, and a1 pe'il of dorlsive laugh'
ter covered even Ills stentorian notve4.
In Brussels I heard an American
S(tnor laughed at because some of hli
vowels were not --'te lielre-hBriisel,.
where their Frith is the most vil-
ltinouis patois I have over neard In
(;erniany I iav heard Ioth Frenchl
and EnglishI artsts Inuitgh"d at beo-
cause their accent was not absolutely
correct Saturday Review.

The farniier sows his crop
And his good wife sews his clothes;
The farmer darns the weather
And his good wife darns his hose,
The farmer pitches in the hay;
BHut houlld he cross her whim.
ii e gooel wl'e !:Iys asade her work.
And 1)itches lato him.
Tot Bnicilts, lrididlo Cnem ries asd
P ald lg. -

Tih, food thnt made the fathers
stro)lig i1t Molietiuoes'elnflt for the chll-
dren uneir the new conditions that our
healing g it ivillzation is constantly
bringing in. (One of Mr. Bryan's neigh-
hors in the' great State of Nebraska
I was rai.dl in the South, where
lit li>.cinel,. ;;rlddle cnakes, pies anid
rilduiiin- ;iil eftltein at almost every
lie':il. 1iixl li tlie tlint I located in N.-
Ii I fullnl ii. sel f a sufferer fronm

'ia n.. .i l, I .nili-' ., r" lipiil a.nt inion t
, .;.-'. i hI : < lwi':; ', dull. heavy leeip l-
I K i,\ i;i ..4rplesne'se at night,
,, lbf I i ,- I ['ri i rl N lierliry. etc.. cte.
I \. l- .l l ,l\1 I a rnoilllmlll ilict i l th

-irj.,i-ii ,i ii;ilini) |t) m y di t. the
:ii,,h1 ,in li. .f,"i he! aI :ivy, riclh ilulf and ;






Fresh Meats.






Convicted Man Attracted Great Throng
to the Jail by Loud and Wild
Cursing and Yelling.
Curious crowds thronged the streets
around the county jail in Valdosta,
(la., Monday, attracted by the yells,
songs tnld ilWcket !made by J. G. Raw-
lings, Lowndes county'sa tar prisoner.
Rawlings Is said to beo working tho
insanity d(lxg or attemnpting to do
so. He becamii extremely violent to-
% ard the sheriff. his deputy and the
jailer Monday morning, and cursed
the officlala bitterly when Sheriff
l'assinore went to his cell. His pro-
fanity was of th-e utmost lurid char.
ancter, and he told the shriTff that he
expected to get "somio of his heart's
blood" yet for tho part that officer had
taken in the celebrated case.
ie hotied that when he and his
btoys were hanged that the officials of
til' county who had been connected
with the ease might be compelled to
stand tunldor the scaffold with the
winging f'et of the dying men dang.
ling in their faces. Rawlings' son
a;ir, ery (quiit and have little to say.
Rawlings disturbed the ililghbor-
hood all day by his hallooing and
stamping. When he was not yelling
at almost the top of his voice Ihe was
singing or whistling, accompanied by
anl incessant pounding on thbo bars of
Ilsa cell.


Dropped from Nigh Altitude end is Desked
to lalssetd)etb.
At Anderson, S. C., ThirsRday at.
ternoon, Mrs. Maude Broadwick, witf
-f Charles Broadwick, an aeronaui
with Ridder's southern carnival com-
panry, fell from a balloon, high in air,
and was Instantly killed.
Mrs. Brjmdwick was an experience.
ed balloonhit herself and had made
two aseenslons. Her husband was tc
mako the ascension and parachute
drop Thursday, and she was standing
by to give the signal to cut the ropes
when all was ready.
She gave the signal all right, and
when the Iblloon shot up into thie ail
slip was seen hanging to the ropes be'
tt,'reen the balloon and the parachute
After shi' 1.ul reacheI a llsltane, of
200 or .13 feet shoe earth, thi-',tng on the iharil grouniil
anld was in ant!y killed. Aloont 1,0".!
e 'rseoii. wil ii'sse d tie i raire- ly.
lll'>ioadl ,o, waKs fa ;, htiW-I ;ntni
thie pnrarhilite with a b"i', w c nt upil
nome t ldistali'e lhighel r tnil tht'iln ut
loox aid al cm ent de'd in safety,.
.Most iof the carnival pleplile ar- in
r:le'dlt to lie opinion thliat Mrs. llrl!re
wick's dcathi was diume to sill' iih, Iratlih'
than an ae. dent. They say Ilroatlw c',
and his wife' had lieen quarrelinKg for
a week or more, and this, togethrir
with the fact that she was an experi-
eneed aeronaut, and there were no
projecting ropes about the balloon
harness liable to etfangle a person
leq4 them to the suakide theory.


Ceegreo WI MMeer reitr Testme e H
OlSered, ve Bwrrows.
Senator Burrows, of Michigan, the
chairman of the committee on priv-
lIege. and elections, who has arrived
in Washlinton for the coming ses.
siou of magre said Sunday nlg
that he expected to have the lCne oe
Is tor, R-d be"ot f Utah disposed

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River Junction and Pensacola.



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11:43a 5:3Up Cypress 11:45& 6:1m
12: 14a 6ti:0p Marlanna 1l:25a 6:40
12: 3Fa 6:18p Cottondelo 11:07a 5:10
1:04:) t:37p Chipley 10:47a '.3
1: 27p 6:55p Bonifay 10:30a 4:10
1: 49p 7:12p Caryville 10:15a 4:01
1: 55p 7:17p Westville 10:10a 4:w
2:13p 7:29p Ponce de Leon .9:57&S 3.4M
2:31p 7:44p Argyle 9:44a 1:11
2:45p S:l3p Dp Funiak Springs 9:35a 3: 0
3:35p Deerland 8:66a 2:00
4: Op 9:04p Crestview 8:38a 1:M
4: 10p V:12p Milligan 8:30a 1l:201
4: 33p Holta 8:15a 12:651
5: 25p 10:05p Milton 7:39a 11:M
5:32p Galt City 7:35a 11:58
5: 43p Happ 11:3
5: 4p 10:19p Mulat 7:25a 11:35]
6:0 op 10:2Sp Escambl& 7:18a 11:231
6: 04p Yntletra 11:201
6: 9p Bohemia 7:13* 11:151
6: 30p 10:50p Ar Pensacola Ly 7:00a 10:5"1

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PIowor to Ineotreo ad gnoourage
-AM Women Bbould teek It.
One of the momt noted., ucwr,.,ful and
richest men of this century. in a recen. t
article, hab said, Whatever I au amit)l
whatever stwess I have attained in,
hie world I owe all to my ife-. r:,i:
he day 1 first knew her s hic ii., b,,.c,
n inspiration, and the greratcst help.
Nato of muy life."


S ,f, e,,i ,/I, n tey
To e s ui ih a Fnlefrsafill wife, t rar
ln the love and admiration of her
stanttil. to oInppirn hini to make the.
t of hinaliMf. should Ime a womao'a
naotanrit 'ttudy.
'If a woman finds that her energli-.
"91gnK", that "he Ketf easily tired,
ark :hadowws appear utnd.r iher yo,.
hao backache. hrsulalihen, hbeariug.
O painlrs, nerrvouinr,, whites, IrreK-
ldolt poar the blues, she hiotiuld tart
t once to build rip iher uts-mn by a
Io with apeclfle powers, isuh as
ydia N. Plnkhaim's Vegetable Com-
i nd.
Pollowilng we puiblklh hy request a
otter from a yitma wife :
I r Mri.. I'l san:
River shiau ay child was buirn I ,hart e.if
edas, a I hopset f wonriei. ve*r have., with ii-
IMnDtUon, frnalA WAknrii",. lvirir a Iawk-whe and wrel-he.rl heiaa isa. It,
nle tnd mny stOrinrh sI I ii.lI not ,.rnj.y mny
l i, andhlf my Muml whanlw u'-nt lntw .
"Lydia l K finkhain a VlK,' te le ('Omniir lin
alntria woull woian, iuid I fodl e)i>Kgrito'fiI
t I anm gla to writ*l(, l-*1l ym i of nliy
aln reeoverv. It brought mi ho.'alth,
w Ilferand vibtlfty Mr. fleal Altmley,
11 mouth b 1th trmet, Tiorina, Wash.
k What Lrydlis I'Inkhamn's Veg'etable
spournddid for Mrs. Alnaliy it will
for every sick and ailing woman.
iJf you have symptoms you don't un-
sraetand write to Mrs. li'nkhan,, lit
S.yn Mas liar advice is tree a id
ways helpful.


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NeCw York State Clergyman Proves
That They're All Males.
Vc les-ac4ks jL.a t:~s (44y are recov-
'-r~vic i- fozz the sock caused by rh,
Ihwoe ury if an up-d'ao t'le'rgyuia-i
ihlit.forur s(l..ot mix ezituries ates
'.v,itd Jof ari. an:1lIbo i.04~y huis Llsc-,.
hil I(Ii s'.ic' I g abojt t h''fez of a 'l;
Ins tho f)1tf%;,i'sh a ertur/ Fra An. 01
!()l ci;i' #,-I d'I'JWiJAt~I m ang -5. In l .l h
.rl itri that hii~e olapisel until t a
1ii 'I liiui (Coma;iltteR., ar~onirrpan ied :,.
ri T~yl.(~lfrotu others Ilal Igof tj':o
~M',went. lto View thi! 1i, sIiusu:Si. d
(' iatiI-Iras Iof .St. John t he DIii vne. (i
NIuOrluIflLni fi.l e 1(d"1 4, ;irt an,]l Ith'
erny h-ive. ('m~ried oou tpCO luni'r.

s of a ;#' 4 In I tit'! ':11 ~
~,1!~~r:':. (ha :,pJ 'f I hc. (-I 'Irh- i.d

10,( A~ti til':I, a1 .o o !,. I
~'.h, vc~ h,'-I of a '." 01SIn1.)'Ia'

The e drgy gij3,,r; 'l '"i I'll(- trieth
A1LW:jf''li Upo 'hom .- '()r olii 'l4 fi
yiir.r4 FIJI (),'teto-"r h'~:d ~ art ctI blis a
4ld'ipittiisg FtIljb'-!S a,4 fe'ua 1. a lc id iils no

*stilmO that .arig.'',4 'A': ,t r e '5' ti.-f
ri-Ia IA..
"i' It w.t hefiii")A0t .111111)4111K 0thi19 I
evor lir- I. srIt i. u FtitOw Re. Dr. .Johnl
11. i',''cr. 0if8t. Mlhahvel'.-, who 11#4
Hertr'ct any oitt hi. Building Cesirni't-
te 'ip '"W h en I r-c, al'lt It I Rhoited'd
To think that, fur conturls-i t"'t'Ii'.tai-
tlr's rega rdfc'I angi1e4, Ih.alg ;aIl,~is
mon, that u-?sir IIItho.,;f' (.erititrat-ic ah 'im
r@*ftrdpI lthem. IsIctijresnflils, w.4S$AwI-

iil'n, iiiti thli I onll u lLt hoil I have' no,
t;f'.,|l ih glaring iJ (, z tnll '.t'ncyv "
'I'h rn I)r. l'P'le r went t to rln er. Ill
nFinIlmiant took ulp Ihti' ilt' I1 uS ln
wh'hre I)r. I'0ir 4.1' hald le'f off.
"How cati anry o n ** ':1 llt w f
angc'ls,' uicI et i "I h;Iv,'e I ev('r v" rn
,ont' I'loi ;, wi, h etv, Itho h pl"ir-rds
who lay In tI flfl.'I4--% I-fto* o f f-irghrt
r.l'c t< no Ii whethvidri thv'v we :'
male or f'rnall And ine one has 'ov, r
(co.ne c hki1Uk to l-1 I u alhiilt Avrinl.
IcClaellt tCleal hilmtn ry pri-'afrs ''o r ,-
Kardl them an an itnkn tn 'urlanttlv.,
omunethlnK which I, mingularly r -
ferrn'I to as 'ie,' HO Ihit oair In', III
gnre irnnmv KgrtpI tlinothlnri tanxIl|e.
If1t it will always I at moot p In ,
even the heard that In the Hcu'h llblTie arv,
f'lrrulatald In which the anggeiv In the<
illintratlons are black."
"We prefor to have tmr ang I
Stilittt of no pronoiinced 4ex," Nutle
iDr. Potorn afit- dinn-r. "T'int wioto
the trou)lbl with the Hi. John st;aitlls.
(hnirlel, thhe airtl of thu Annuaclt:i-
l(on, wuas i)rixintlily it malT, hut the
)thoer thiri Ange of the ll.irrc(tiorn
iav fV or rln:tv not have hI-rn. It 1el
not mt tcrtl I ini|leirst: ,l that tM r
Mathe lorgltnlr th. scitilpt r, hia
ngreP l| to ri1ikA (aChrlr-1 It mainile. hlav- -
lIg tlte other piral-tlcatlly v ,m It is."
.1 ;iin l zer Ml at i HorvImn., whon
n ,kefl nihotit the Irro lel i lait that he
wilt in artli and wonlil niikeo thie
iliti il 4 it' nV h's % f t ;iLt wilrutiL I'*'r..
Mo I1111 hi t bl,' ll"' I '-I that 1 a3R1 e' l 4
oilightl I111Wi1M It o )h) Wiilll'n.- No'w
Yeirk T liIn.

Good Boys at $160 Per Year.
'IT'h' f it f ia ntohil fcer the devielolp-
Tiseint f rit l li hiiv In thuisn t4atfd by
lginoe'i' VWo'Icl In lhim r Icr'l, 'A Hohlool
for lloH," in Eve'rvhlr.hl 's
''It r'ct to h' pt, n' ilp f lr il'i aRhc lt
$100 it \,isr for bench heov. A is"fnil,
cap;i;a h lt lil s l w iorth to nciotiv, o-i
th(e itveraie, $1 10,000. Then" 11.000
I)((t soo those State(i of Ohio. thet, s.ay
12,000,So0) Hay 7.0MIf orf theni were
rtencupii That In $70,000,000 recovered
to soc'ity on the' Inv't in',nt (f (2,0,0.-
(11)1 It haw ive'n'n fnlr.1 th'it every
iriiltilnal dojesi Ih $2,001 f) danmag a
vml. I,.:ivlig entilr'ly out of the eati-
matct what It conto to mnilntalil otr
plant for the doleit'tl()on. prevention and
pIlieishlii'nt oif cri'le .nch man will
tile : curliilnti l nI nt It ll than twenty
S.nrn That's (41,001) dtlmnfl' miul-.
plald hv 7.0)0 hlovn. or $S.N0..0o0.0n00
tliunieteget'M -mI9 '|I. IS1 t c tlintintl fthe cSo t
I f their unit 1 1ri stil Iplntt Ilan It
S tlil to I n I this HI u t H Inldustril.l
S( h ti)l t It .:thi'Mtr'r"
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"lIont love," replied the magazine
poet. "1 told It for nearly $1 t line."
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3'j~j LA5PA EAL
S$10,000 EWARD to anyone whom
I DoUla ~.disprove th i tstemtaent
W. L. Dougla $3.fl0 shoes have by theb' se-
cellent style, esu fittisg, snd *urerlohwearla
qualltl*e, Ich.le'. the lirgIst eerie of any J3.50
ahoe Ina the world. They arejust as M lel
those that cost you $8.00 to S7.00-- to ly
dilltenice I the price. If I could tiake- tnt.
my factory It Broickton. MBSi.. the Irlst :
the world under *me roof making emii flnee
shoes, end show )eu the cart with whichrovery
pair ol Douglas a hos Is aode you would.esiM
why W. L. Dou-las $3.50 shoes are t bet
ahou produce In the world.
If I could show you the difference between the
shoes made In mns factory and those of other
makes, you would understand why DoMIglas
$3.80 shoes cost more to make, why they hold
their shape, fit better, weear longer, and' *re of
greater Intriasic value than any otbar $Sj.
shoe on the marktl to-day.
W. L. oa_ _l o flipw M dM o de /l't-
M-N, iso, v pays ,' I &
CAUTI9,N.--1isltt upon having W.L Dmg-
Ia a olo-.I'. litko P) ei' tlttit'. None Kenunie
rith'ut hl nIat n indmi pi' l'e uinAiet on bottom.
VWAN TI-I). A 4ioe odealer lunvery town where
,'. I.. I)'itc l:eq Slhit i mr int Poll. I''ill lIIt of
saiil.I- ste t Cfr.' r eii.i t'-tl-on upon reqaPe.t.
For.(t ('for Eqyrets :;fed,; tieq till not mwpabrVrelp
W rit f,..r lun'r-eit'Il 'ital-e of vFAll tylea.
WV. L. I;'1"( itAS, Iirockton.MasA.e

W A n IA lN I '1" '" i ittlh l'l' Ih ldn I ,, a'e"
| i I ll/I -. t. ll witn.rwhl .V r'l*,
al | 'j) o" i,-t. -1.,,-.- ,rlr l,-d ,n. -,,l-, ,.
n A ( wof ,,,,.-r- vfl ,i5*5'-rs ah l i)-c be
U ae Clentr i 'i. ,' i ''i bssr r'--
.M nsrrle C 14). I I in Ai i t'i'-,rve In th ll Y d-
S 't ..liru)',,r 1 .P ) h,'. nt-real l kI4n )l te
i ettrl1 rrs n1 r". lI e ", -'-eeI .
NATlHAN II(K OItli. Alenlme
t aetan onl. I. *1. G.

P ReOte.
P~.emoves all .awalllug i 8toso
Sdays;: effects a permanent ewe
.!\ ^ it ,oto 6odlav s. Trial treatment
Sgi un force. Notlhingeanbefairer
SWrite Dr. H. H. OrOfl's SO
r-lSpecialists. Box Atlanta. Ga.


A Full Sized Box FR EE At Your Druggist's

ScI'lie.h. l drl*ar. It the' only wisy to cure stomach trouble'. A new mpthtod. By nL orptlon. No drug,. iDo you
tI.h'li I ? It IIrie':II ;us l r.a 4 i t it ittiitac h. Are you aliUctel with isbort breath, ga s, sour erlie'tattimeis. hls i rt p:iins. IHdul.
gntlii o. il. .p-'l1,i. hl rnligiii l palini m Iand l weight In pit of rstl.ma li. adid at niic'h. dltn'i nil ai -domiii ei. dizziihets.
mtile. I'k s lie' ilcIe, Implems. iltad cnipltexion., lid breath or any other sti nin-cli torture? Cut wint .e Itlouipon hte-
low and litak It to llny druggist In the lUnited States and be will give you absolutet'ly free of cr lrg.e a full sized
.N(k'. box.

Mull's Anti Belch Wafers
T'r cooinl'e' ,ti lsh.it It cure'. Nothinls g else IIke It known. It's sure' anid pilc.tant. Cnures by aibsorptlon.
IInrinl o.. No i.rtigs. Stontunch trouilel' -nn't hI) r'ii- I hlir\vilw o any Metfdialct Sclh ne. I rusi won't dto-
Itl'y c.it up11 the tl -iisto h and make you worse. You w% ill know tli it it will ture' .Virt ;is oeii ast,1 1 i n be' ii its use.
That is wliy wv, let you try it fret,.



TOP fOill- ''l'l 'votirdctriiovtetandl he wI wilt-le --icm ril lar fliii.-I#' "' Doi)t., U.-'I,'A' ?I t. .r sa mlSv re
we e'eeiac',-i )ee.h tunfly. It ton 'ohentM -ra'5rwit wuitt-w Ic.' .1t" let MSti' tll'. Afict5 i'se 'A%%AftI-, "ii'1a[I, -C. e-us t'ett.- ll ma
nie v ."'91 I'.1 s rcih,,1lt. aintI e'll grtlidyi 5 tca lvt~ie l. mic1l.

iull's Grtpe T ic Cos.,
31 Rock Island, III. 1105.

Ts the RetailI ru~ggist: i 110I1' a-an'rzOn
t"115.44,, I'II". the Joit"? ofu4whom VmsVsit,"cieaae'Ithis rpm ity.
atibel les t .,nt. i 'minviitor rdo lkr evhtii uputwf.
pfs'ri'). x tffIIee.l. bi4.h yuu asendelowur.

I,' iset'Ti1icgsiiit. data PUt tialtee hers-


I Ia

be used liberally.

8 per cent. available

l' t .llt *lIlI >l"I l i A1, 1 h1' -r
A .t e- ... . a nnurtatl r l-rs C

Ts the Jobber: &-"tp~e~'sPtit,'% i t t.
taior lh nirthe U'iitt,#s'tn tiy, t ihoeontiu n .east, or titi ic
ysboT ir fimliani,i Stid sdtrovA mrti i.'rwsmtI ~s
'I f;IN at*f~t 'III eIM I 1111m, &n-tI .. u llIt Pntit Yous inl hti
t)totrumil 'A mis c.-np ,n p'flsrop'I-1) I) Sijldi by Cte

.1,lwr. -1Wit). Zr 1*p. II

Addives ham

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Nature's great remedy for
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache,
Stimulates the Liver., regu-
lates the Bowels and keeps
the entire system ina healthy
condition. A natural pro-
duct with a r-cord of a cen-
tury. If aifliet.d try it.
Sold by aill d(ruggists.

Crab Orchard Water Co.,

*3'& '3'- 8HOESLf
W. L. Douglas $4.00 CMt Edge Line
cannot be equalled atany price.




I TI T di OC AT. Min Elizabeth May*, noted as, a ,m n m- am.
pJMe ,ddUJa. plhnirT .Don 't forget the date, U at r.ma n M,. d T f.
im &UMz-. number. Novmbo'ir 27th, 1W. Alau A, peil 5 d &MS, man ddid rriday.
Announcement is made of the ap- Novenbw ISLe. atwrmmt at Woodviie
PUBLUBM BVMYT FRIDAY MORNING. prahl marriage of Miss Marie Imo- canty.r saturd.r. NovNmbaw
LOD PERSOgNAL. ular ,oualay or d e nt After an illness of nearly two weeks,
ig in Jackacmvills, to Mr.Albert Ew. just as it was thought that he was out
Barker, of S city. The ceremony ofdanger, his little spirit took its flight,
See Collins for Neat Job Printing. will take place at the residene of Mrs. lea r desolate the heartsand home of
Clawr Bowen is quite ill with ty- Thos. M. Dozier, in Jacksonville, No- those he had loved and brightened forea
.h eafTever. member 14th. little more than five short years.
W fon. T.L. Clarke, of Monticello, was The "town clock," in the tower of the heAl boreays a brave, patient ithoutle om
at the capital this week. Presbyterian church, which is supposed plaint. His bright, sunny ways won
Warranty Deeds, legal form. True to be under the care of the city author- the hearts of alL Only two days be-
Democrat Office. tf cities, is becoming more erratic every fore he died he .ang his kindergarten
They do say that candidates now even odayand strikes 4an old time" instead songs for his papa and mama. That
att hritening services of e right hours. ears ago, when it sweet, childish voice is now singing with
Rkwas cared for by Mr. Max Flatauer, ithe angels. Much as we loved him.
Rain last night and t-day-now look dd not cut up such tricks, but behaved God loved him more, and we know our
out for cold weather sure enough, itself properly. Why can't it be made darling is "safe in the arms of Jesus."
Best line of Work Pants ever in Tal- to do so now. So, dear parents, while your hearts
lahassee, now at Evans'. Messrs. W. A. Blount, of Pensacola, are almost broken, and you listen in
Dr. W. L. Moor returned yesterday and W. C. Hodges and George B. Per- vain for the sound of his voice, be corn-
from a brief business trip to Atlanta. kins, of this city, representing Col. Ray- forted by the thought that little Henry
Mr. Walter Bennett was but of tre mond Cay, and Judge Atkinson, of At- has only gone before, and is waiting
city on a two days' vacation last week. lanta, and Hon. T. L. Clarke, of Monti- and watching for the coming of those
cello, and Hon. Fred. T. Myers, of Tal- whom he loved so dearly.
Mrs. J. R. Cohen is the guest of her lahassee, representing the Coast Lumber
sisters, Mrs. Diamol ... Mrs. Hirsch- Compay and others, argued an impor- Oh thebitterness of parting cannot be done
berg. tant c tse before Judge Swayne in the t'nt.l we meet our darlingr where his feet can
Just received, a new line of Rugs, i Federal Court on Wednesday. never strayt
Portieres, Buggy Robes, &c at R J. Ev- The approaching marriage of Mr Cav tid.e.
ans'. McCoy to Miss Mar Ella Logan, of At- ,,t with him, anfely landed. up,.n the river siit-.
Miss Genevieve Perry "Pirkl-ill wvwill lanta. is an event of interest to in'any e i'nway. heart! wh.e wattui to, L th. sh"h-
leave Tuesday to visit friien in Tar-'pa here who know the happy young groom. Fo.r i.,e htte ,feet in the -:oden street can niver
and attend the State fair. :The Atlanta Journal, of a recent date, g-, a.,tra..
Is there a free white rrnan in ILeon p)ublishedapmrtraitof thelbride. beneath R. S
*county who feels that he would like to which atpeatred the following : "Miss Ter With D.
wear a "politic.Aiboss's" collar. We be- Mary Ella Logan ; her marriage to Mr. Terrific Race With Death.
lieve not. C..v McCill. of Jacksonville, Fla., will "Death was fast approaching. '"writes
Mrs.A Perry G W11 anr oinh, Hou,- !w an eve it of l',ige socinalinterest, tak- Ralph F. Fernandez, of Tampa, Fla.,
toun, will eave. toWn ow or their in phlce at the bride's home on the describing his tearful race with death,
home in Tampa, after a short hut pteas- evening of the d "as a result of liver trouble and heart
ant visit to relatives in Tall haosee. See the notice in another column of disease, which had robbed me of sleep
Jde and Mrs. Jo P Wll hve re- the Southern Tel-phone and Construe- and all interest in life. I had tried many
tJudge and Mrs. Jos hittion ('., c ntaining a list of new sub- different doctors and several medicines,
turned to theirTampa home after visit- t ior C. c( no it list I new sub-
ing the family of their daughter Mrs. s ribers sinca the publication of the last but got no benefit until I began to use
Justice C. B. Parkhill for a few dvs. dir tory. All w subscred since the r effect that in threeri hitters. dayso wonder I flt likwas
lnew rates were adopted hRve chet-rfully their effect that in three days I felt like
In honor of Miss Let;tia Johnston, .gre 1 to tem. It seems thattht the pat- a new mn, and to-day I am cured of
who will be the bride of Ir Ben Bond rons o:" the company are not so averse all n,.: troubies." Guaranteed at all
November 15th, Mrs P W.Wilson gave to improvements m the service., 'nd tht. dru ..lts. IPrice .50c.
a delightful card party Thurs.l,\ after- corsequent slight increase in cost, as a.
noon. soment bu.;y bodies would have the public Christlas sazar.
See our line of Fascinators. Circulars believe. Th, Ladies' Aid Society of the Presby-
and Newport Shawls. iand Ladies' News has been received by Chief Jus- teri.ii, Church will hold their Annual'
Blouses. R. J. Evans. tice }p. Fer wick Taylor of the death of Chrisumnas azar, beginning Friday, I)e-
Mr. P. T. Nicholson, the ji.weler, has Mrs. F. W. Ansley. his sister, at the cember 8th. They will have their usual
just received some very handsome ati- home of her daughter, Mrs. Kraetzer, elegant display ot tasteful Faney Work,
cles in cut glass and silver ware, which in Brooklyn. N. Y. The deceased was suital le for Christmas Gifts, Delicious
are attracting much attention as dis- a resident of St Augustine for many Candy and Refreshments. Luncheon,
played in his window. years, and leaves several children, in. Dinner and Supper will be served daily.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Simon. of Monti. eluding Mr. W. T. Bauskett, of Jack- The place will be advertised later. -
cello, who have a daughter attending f sonville, Miss Sophia Bauskett. of Palm A Creeing Death.
Florida Female College, came down and Beach, Mrs. Lawrence Haile. of Titus- A
spent last Sunday pleasantly with her vil.e. and Mrs. Thos. Cantield, of St. Blood poison creeps U) towards the
and their Tallahassee friends. Augustine. heart. causing death. J. E. Stearns,
Mr. T. B. Byrd has had his comforta- Mr. Widl-e Roberts, of Centreville dreadfully injured his hand which
ble home generally repaired and repaint- neighborhood, was in the city Tuesday swelled up e bod poison. Bucklen's
ed and tne grounds around his home 1nd delivered twenty-one bales of cot- Arnica Salve drew out the poison, heal-
leveled, which adds much to his attract- ton, which he sold to Levy Brothers at ed the wound and saved his life. Best
ive residence lot east of Green Square. 10J cents. He says he has forty or more inthe world for burns and ores. 25cB
We have a complete line of Shetland bales, which he wll hold awhile, as the at all drug stores.
and Saxony Ze hyr, Floss and Fleece ,above sale places him on easy row, and a- -
Wool. R J. Evans. he will not have to sell now. Mr. Rob-; Mr. A. G. Reynolds, general agent of
Swas hn d this w erts is one of Leon's most successful the St. Louis %% brought Iron Range Co.,
Tallahssee was htwnored this week all-round agriculturists, and most al- ran into trouble as soon as he left Tal-
with visits from two of Pensacola's ways comes out with a profit on all lahassee. The Suwannee tax collector
most honored citizens. Hon. S R Mal- things produced on his large plantation. claimed license taxes for his agents, as
Blount, easily the leader of the Florida Mr. J. F. Perkins, who for so many peddiers, and levied ,on his wagons and
bar.unt easily the leadr o the lo ears filed a position as one of Levy ranges Mr. Reynolds employed Attor.
Bro. 's ti lasted and valuable sa' es nen in ney Stripling, of Jacksonville, and a bill
The Quincy papers are saying some their ma.nmoth store in this city, much was filed in the federal court, under
very fine things about the fine music to his regret and the regret of Levy which an injunction was issued forbid-
furnished at the german last week by Bros.. wno always treat their employ- ding further proceedings on the part of
Miss Whitfleld'sorch-stra, composedof ^,. .. : ,,.:s u. ;.i:,. M-st the collector, ending the judicial de-
that lady and Messrs. Albert Shin and ek resigned his Position wi'h the i to termination of the large questions in-
C. D. Robinson, of Tallahassee, and Mr. ,cept a ;o :.' .s cr i.- sals .ian volved. The bill attacks the constitu-
W. Schubert, of Jacksonville. I ,r t'e Covingmt(i ( onpar,;,. -f J ck- ti,)nality of the State license law andti
Mr. Sol. P. McCall, of New Orleans, .nvill,, and is no\. in ;ii:aness sa ull- invokes the protection of the interstate
a noted temperance lecturer, who deliv- I ',Agei i,%!.,ht of : ie ., S.i ce- to co.n!nerce h.w.
ered a very fine lecture at the Metho- ..mn ii. hi.s new occ'i)a on.
dist church last Wednesday evening, by - Cleared for Action.
request, has returned and will lecture Neuralgia fains. When the tqdiy is cleared for action,
there again to-night. Be sure to go and T' eunatism,. lumbar i.nd sceitic by Dr. King's New Life Pills, you can
hear him. ,:n. yv.e d to the )-'ietrat;i., i:. i- nce ttll it by the bloom of health on the
Colonel Raymond Cay, ofJacksonville, o Ba.. ntr's Sn w Lin:mnnt. cheeks; the brightness of the ey, s; the
was a welcome visitor to The Tru- Dem- n -. netrat.-s to thie nerve s ai ,1 L ne, firmness of the flesh and muscles. ; the
ocrat office last Wednesday. He in- t. 1 .. ,~ a1s urbed in'i tn- b:.):'i its rmuovancy of the mind. Try them. At
formed us that the jolly party of "ma- I l...li. p)'op.rties ir *c,,'i\y (d ,o .e ery all dirug stores 25
rooners," which spent'a part of last I irt oi the body. an I e;t.': some v on, ---..- ^
week on the coast, had a splendid time c rful cures. 25_. 5,c. ad 31.0J. For Lost-
and enjoyed their brief outing exceed- s.,'c ,y ,I drug.ist, On th.e St. Augustine road or in Tal-
ingly. "- o.. . ladasset on September 15th. a pair of
The next attraction, under thte a'is- oIdstyllNE1 [R la onSttonsp top set with ap tr
pices of the A kahest Lyceum A-sociq- .rei mi wa m- i -and pearl in centre. Liberal reward for
lion, at the Opera House in The Edwin ..... -.- one or either, left at Clark's j.,welry
E. Weeks Co., will bea repertoire, inclu- Subscribe to The True Democrat. store or this office 31-4t.


Seag Seylce.
At the Methodist church, Sunday
night, there will be a son service of
sacred music by some of Tallahassee's
finest musicians, including Miss Sharit,
whose lovely voice is becoming familiar
to all loversof music. The following is
the program:
1. Voluntary.
2. Chorus, "Softly the Shades of
3. Prayer.
4. Hymn, "Great Jehovah."
5. Duet, "As Pants the Heart."; Mr.
Robertson and Miss Jones.
6. Solo, "Day is Ended"; Miss Sharit.
7. Quartette, "Only Waiting"' Messrs
Robertson, Hays, Cox and VanBiunt.
8. Scripture reading.
9. Hymn. "All Hail the Power of
Jesus' Name."
10. Solo, "Out of the Depths;" Wm.
11. Announcements.
12. Offertory.
13. Quintette, "O, Ye Tears;" Miss
Sharit, Messrs. Robertson, Hays, Cox,
and VanBrunt.
14. Chorus, "The King of Love."
Junt M1eanderInig.
A city girl Wi*ritts, "It Is a fond
tlrtluii of ti1ne' to I'-oi'tni' a fnriner's
wifna it l'landier witllh iln down lifi 's
h., i. tih t i 11a it lce thing: limit
.;.iit ,\our litis'inmt l inull nii e r.-'s oT i l ti1
*,ves you without wo ul and you in>ve
t) i',m ;>intr 'l. and ;1,\Vln their no In 11' pull.
ing spllintiers oT the' er'l,'e to e' i k di-i
: er, mit.l wht'ln y t mintc'iiu'.t,'r along tiln
lthe w'lt g-"ns In s:.t.1i h of the env.4 tit,
;,our slhos iar' the' color of t'awhlii,'
intld your utocking. Soilketl. allnd wl>heni
you iellnitidlu'r out *ttirlJ.n4 twt'ity ai'rt,
,.f plowed'l ground witli 11 'luh to driv',
the hogs out of tihe e niitih'!l and tinar
.your ulre's oni thel hoal iiAvl l;'> fel'.
,,1 in ytlou Iaiu'ni d'r Nuek lioite tj the,
.olus tl:'. tihat th'le blly g mt h.1-.
,utt.di thet stullin' out of your chill I
;ii liid tflin oi,1 hIn with forty chlit k
olts. In tlho pmrlo.'. you'll put yotur
lIn::i..4 on your lilp aniad ri'eillz that
u':,;win'.i'rlig Is not what it It crackeJ
ial to he'.-4)slhorne (Knit.i N.ews.
Sa wonater.
Sona water Is at eompilh'iathd ilxturi
jf a g:B'.it variety of hulbmtaiuices
I;oughy ll:, tp-'kning. It coislmts of l) it.,
pl'r cenit of fresh water plus : i pe'r
m at of nilieral snlt.s. T'hre,-fourths ot
tl;o' s.ilts mire' chloride of sodiluiu, or
cot..n ion table salt, and the next largest
co:1.tlueitnt In ch'oil'.'e of mIng11ieitluin.
Afhtr thl-e come' sulphate of inagne-
lum, sulpl:.matt of IilIe. sUlpliute of pat-
ash, br.ouihh of iut1iits0u1u nU d u111nl'o-
i.ate of llie. In addltlou to these sub-
Statunc sea water u;unntlitIts of quite a variety of ole.
ments, including lo line., pihO;i'lo)rul
and arsenal. It also 'ontanlu.t nonIe i il--
ier, copper, 1ne ulnckel, .coaltl, Iri
r.nd gold. "There' Is smid to Ie- 2 t'2'e n'
worth of gold in t e'ry ipllful of seli
water, bWit mis y't iolhody lhas found a
wary to ext:.'.t It. ('nplwr aand zlne' are
found l:i s inmIIe 'iin (tds, min l certaiii
,'e ifeiw \e'r.
*t, :e v.-;:l .7 ,,n',, 11nttl1 n..
itoni'wnill Ji'k oi's i'uegr i bo ly srv-
iant km'w Ivror anI))' 1 t13 hm ; whenli i
Ib ttle wa.i.-< lilm illnlent. "T'1'ho, g 'i, 5i
tells y)oll, I ut;lppl 4'." asld o)e' of t't'<
oi|llturs. "I.awdl, ii-, mI D: e)I g ''nt nl
Iivm% ,r tel'l II- nothing'. I obslrvate deo
'ti-'itlo1ii f .1, lin'r l '.t I l. w y: t ,'me' li,
ltra3 '4 J,'ut llko' w' ull imorllii' ail' night.
but wh'nm lit' g't II p two. three' tili<'.4 l:
in nli lit t ) j trny den I rul~4 ii.y i,:.,< 11:i'
g.' u.', to nl' pa| "' dq tlc' havt'r-mit'k,
*'a'se' I ('O.,I' in' out dl','s g"wl1ne t.) lIe
old bioy t ) pitiy r.glit aw:iy." -Fro:n
.1rM. Ih ,r A. I'ryor's "Iteilnlmeevii-

The s1m Amem4sea a sae.
Maximilian and his followers waer
shabut up In Querataro. Many powerful
influences were at work to save him.
Beward also did his best But be made
little or no effort to escape. If he bad
failed as an emperor be could at least
face disaster with .the courage and the
dignity of a right princely nature. Be-
trayed by the Infamous Lopes, tried
before a court martial of boy and or-
dered to be shot, he spent bhis last days
In the discharge of all the obligations
of friendshblp and courtesy. A fatle
report of the death of Carlotta belng
brought to him nl prison be amid slA-
ply, "One lees tie to bind me to the
world!" Led forth to hisbl execuat
and told to stand between two of 1ll
generals who were likewise co 1eman-
le, he surrendered the place of htnor
to General Mirawoun In recognition of
his courage. Thei rattle of the mua-
kets intrked imrbups the end of all
toinarthy Il the new world. But the
Sbitt'oret critic of democracy could
scarcely desire a gentler figure thau
Maxh1.ini1llii's to stand before the eyes
of Aniricn'm!us as the last representative
of arlshtora *y and of kingship on this
continet.-- Villiham Garrott il AUlan
Ile tlin lihe tneart.
"Rest your heart no\w iand then dur
Ing the dnay," aial iian Instructor In
gy. li1:tst h's.
I "lit the l'eart can't tb rested." a pu-
plil ohJetevl. "It works Ineessantly
fromni llrtli to denth."
"It rest, the heart to lie down." said
the Instructor. "Every uigKht's Ieep of
nin1e hours save. the hebart the lifting
of 32.(IN) oui>'es of blood. Considerable
rest there,, eli?
"Whet we' lie down, you see, the
heart'm nctionii becoItmeii( slower--slower
by ten s"okes n minute. Thus In an
holmur i;'NI strok(se are' snved nlld In nine
hiiur.s 5,41o strokes. Echi stroke pumped
six ouuiiceo of bl.aod, and therefore In
nine hours the heart Is saved the labor
of lputmping :12,40's omuts.
"Th'le heart often requires a rest."-
I'hilldolilhh:n illt letil.

Ran tlihe lle0 Out of Town.
A lm-turer reen'itly told of a Ilusslan
he snw nOtlm years agt); in Manchuria
whose nietiodls of achieving results
were not uecording to the usual code.
The Itusmlan haid a well In his fret
yard which he concluded to fill up.
Ili Ieg,:ui digging a hole by the sode
of the well. throwing the dirt from the
now exenavtionl into the well.
"In tho course of tiue," said the
vpeake'r, "the old well was filled, but
there wns a hole aloingsde as: big as
the flrst. The Russian wout farther
v.va;y uiaid dug another hole to fill the
Secotlnd. lie contluued this process of
diglling o011 hole to fill the other until
he literal:. ruit the hole out of town."
The Lot'n AdvantaeMs.
Advertising I;:.port-l've' written the
pra;sur' of nil these lots but one. I'm
ifrrAl.1 you atni't s'll that one. Real
Elitnte Agent--W'tat's the matter witt
It'? I"::>'.':-W::.':. It's on; ai ailmoat
I'r,'imIiculnr hilllside'. Agent--Call at-
tfin Ii')n to It1' w,)nle'rful drainage fact.
Ith,'.-('levelInd leader.

.o More Work.
Illeks-I sipptl)!e I)r'en:er Is still pot.
thrlpmg i,'o::11 ut hi!S1 In .e:u1lins. Wlck.s-
W\'l.hh, It' 1-4 t11ttuil:y lierfected a grlat
111h) r 1. l:i' <-': ( Ieu at Sl.t Illttks-
You d.)'t s,.y. V.'l *'!s-Ye;: his gllag
to mnirry 31! 4 lRoxly.-Catho:c 8taud.
arl asind T"ln's.

The Lanmpr Esil.
"I don't ',,, w' y y-: :'..lted Mr. Bohr
to sint m1ild t' iO u ar grl'i sl.ter.
"I I;t' t'i, tn l i it." w' ithe re:dy. "but
It wta th,, cn';< wny tY tui ke b:m s op
ta lk!,:."


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Show us the Man
who has never worn

YoHungs outchess Walk Over

-c =Trousers

...nd we.willhow Y.....n ..ho ought. $3.50 oe s p$4.00
come to our store.
If you're such a man, why don't you give Dutchess
S $3.00. Trousers a trialMen
$To Wear Them Once Is
to Wear Them Always.

D UV BTRO A Middle Florida's Pioneer Cash Merchants.
DJLU VA LU* B Store at No. 128 S. Munroe St. Tallahassee, Florida.
I i I II I I ll I __ iNIW

I r -

JOHN G. COLLINS, Pnblisher.



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Of course. the amount of money now
available will not be mutfideont to con-
xtru.t all the buildings needed at the
I'nive'-rity, and it will not becontended
by any fair-minded person, with a know-
I,-oe of the far't, that the buildinVM at
I.uak ( it.'y would Ie ufleient for a t'ni-
ve.rpity, su-'h i,.s the p,-ople of Florida,
the tax-paver-, if you please, are enti-
thled to have' for' th.' .dlication of their
chilr'.ln Th,. tru te'ei of the old I .'hi-
'.,r-jity of lornda, lo, ated at lake. ('ity.
a ,ppl,'tl to the la-t LO.et'islai0ur,. for .#f 70,-
100 *with '.'.'i h to r i,, l ldinr /s.

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States, in a decision in the case of the
State of Florida vs. Anderson, 91 U. S.,
467, says :
"It it apparent that the Trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund are
merely agents of the State, invested
with the legal tile of the lands. for their
more convenier.t administration, and
that the State remains in evry respect
the beneficiary proprietor. The residu-
ary interest in the fund belong to the
State The fac t that the trustees con-
1,it of the wove. r:,or andi other executive
officers, anri t at they are' char;iedI with
the duties of tirainaget, reclamation and
ettlernent ,f the publi," land-. (duties
of a purely Iper-,,ial haractor). ,-liows
that they areo MER'E 1'lIl" AC AGENTS
invested with n; inmpiortan' 'irarich of
the State aflmi, .t r'at ion."
Now, rear ll,- if ,,'! for v.'hat pur-
l. m thle tr oi '.' i. t h s u '.s ., it ('t olt
S d'ouhitedl thai it ilngV 'otlely to the
State of F lornil: It i- alo, ijiiit i cer-
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large and ,'Inc .ine of Rugs and Art Squares,

at prices that defy competition. Call and

A ',cr Il'avy Line of Fine and Medium

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t its. .rJ; ,(ds:, Household Furnishings,

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School Building.
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W. T BANNFRMAN will do your Sur-
veying anywhere in the State. P'. 0.
Address, Meridian, Fla. Sept.1"-f"m
Tell your friends to subscribe.

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STH *T Ul D MOCRAT. Notice for Pubicatll. r
Jew a. C6LIS. sbllsheWr. LAND on FIC AT UAIE5VILL. FLA..
September 30. 106. I
Notite is hereby iv" that the followting .i
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. notamd iset:ew h flal nothetof his intention to
make t ral proof in atpport of his claim. and that
JINEST INCIDEXT OF PR=SIDiNT'S mid proot wil l-e m dWoere elrk Circuit Court :
at Tallabasse., 1ia., O Novmber 11. 1906. via:
TOUR. Moly Browninr. wid, w of Lewrs Brownin. de-
ceased, of Merlidam. Fla.. Hd. 30111- for the lot 2!
section It. Tp. 8 N., L. 1 W.
Thle Atlauta News PCtUre it ia Nest He name the following witnio* to prove his
"- lantaNewst -it-l nm s continuo-'roe deace upon and cultivation of mid
Seat a lal. vi: letter Crvartleof Meridian. PIl.; Je-
*41 a:e Butler. of Meridian. Pla.: John Cromartie. of'
4*ohn Temple Graves. editor of the iMerdlan. lia.; LewisCrunmarti. ofMeridian, Vr.M
Atlanta News, in the following journal- tio0 4t Registr.
istic gem, demonstrates the fact that Zephyr. Shetland Floss and Ice Wool
the people of Georgia, if they should in- at It. J. Evans'. *"--
dulge him in his latest ambition-to be For Fall Gardeas.
4 United States Ser.atcr-would spoil Turn!ps and Ruta Baga Seed, finest
one of the South's best newspaper men quality, at Yaeger's. tf
to make a poor senator : Legal ap Paptr, 8c. per quire at R.
Somehow we all seem to have missed J. Evans'.
the finest and most representative meci-
She scene was at boawell, and tne B. J. D
dramatic personve were the President or
the United States and Mrs. W. E Ba-
ker. a rare thin u.,x>; of ti.e old regime
in uixie. Physician and
Boswell, of course, like all the rest, r- o
went wild over the President's visit. o......
Everything that had two legs and everv-
thing that had tour legs in the pretty I)seases. of the Eye. Ear and Nose a Specialty.
town turned out to see him. Every house
was emptied of its uinabi.ant, all dignity
was laid aside, and with eager eyes and Offe In old capital city Bank e0\
clapping hands, tne little world ot Bo.- Office In old
well went out to see the illustrious ruler Buildin.
of 7500,00OO0 people.
Not so Dame baker, of Bairrington Je'g D r r l
,ao. Jeff. D. Ferrell,
She sat still and let the President
come to her!
There was no show of wealth at Bar- WHE[LWRIGHT and BLACKSMITH.
rington Hall. There were no igiiic _
trappings, no liveried servants and no i.v A'lI
perfumed mist from alabaster lam ps Isl,
falling on rich Axminister. as the tit ral e air Sho. i.'
fell softly there. There w.o, n sa.t l
guard nor pompou. Hceremniy in the tiS,; H e r l1 lig by an ex- l- :an,.
Inatnl1Oll, touched with tie r ilthhat hI'.' v ho 1. U ,1td l '(1 .. Ta:,
made it l picltui'tsqie antl sai.' d ;it .ug- o. CX .' '. < . '..,., '
But there wa- within a \womtai ft li tn
old re' ;rn ---a graldii lalctii it .:. i a l...
she wis. ;,r,>u-i. S, mw.. t, i'e.. iici lh ~1 p or:Ion of the public
fin t.tl an, gentlcst c'ivilz;:tt,,,l tiliat the oi S-i is
wrlhisl.ve w -.rn, t av .li p 'Oll. is solicited
and] L1iie ilheritors ,of a it,,ai.e a .'ai.i, ht- a r d C at-i SfL, tion !Juarali9
ly ;.'nc'i\ailry enilbl yicli. SN 'ii \\ 0- tCC id.
man of the old Siouhl, ;,ndl .he had tel n
born to un lerstai.d tAhat tne miajeI.- v'y I .
which iunt,,nnvt,,.,d ki i.~t wths livi s ;ii ^^v I TxI J ',
f"i birtirihi at of her x ;'r in tlriIn .t
gold IA Suuth iof ev'I)i\altv Iv l il' 1 Ar '"Vlahf
wai a princet'ss and every mtn 't Vlii Iv I fI. .i* At
ceive'd tin' honmutge of U queen. Ai Tal '1
Anti so, gentle. unruflh-d4 and Rtreno,. 1 Ta.'
with placid exp ectiation ,n her chiseled / THE GUARANTEED I.
face. and tranquil \telto nie :ln her ce i,' | fl A., \.
bliu '\.es'- while a'.l tile world went out ". .!,
to set.e the Presid *nt Dame Baker, of t4 I.V M%,'
the old .-,uth, w.aitld calmly at Iar- A "
rington Hall lor ti,.e l're.Ient of the r'',,P
United States to come to her. IIT o rI'ie-al
And when he came she called him E I L I C.,L'
"'Theodore." lair' (,
And witn ali hi.s brave and generous THE CHILDREN'S FAVORITE TONIC. Tr'ai,;
heart Theodore Roosevelt honored her ewaC o oF IITTVIOINO. W. .W
for the majestic dear conceit. Frank THE aG1NUiNE PnPAnSEO oNL. v ;enerni
himself and bold. scorning shams and Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.
toadies, a Democrat inl. public fiber, anu *4r. LOUIll. MO.
with one-half his blood pulsing the FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
world's best chivalry-this rough rider
of the plains, this manly man. thisaris- .
tocrat of two seAt ons, this Yankee-
Southern cavalier., nii foremost figure
of the world-bent I w before the state-
ly dame of Roswell and loved her for anti 1w
her stately pride and dignity
To have done less would have been gtt:.n
lese majeste!y
Ah, dear old South of memories and i u us
dreams-of stately customs and creeds! tell. ti
the strenuous years and the shining dol-i e - I
lars are covering many of its glories -- Q- having
with the material dross. But we thank i i j ; "
God for the glorious old matrons, who yet ec'
shine with silver radiance out of the
mists of the by-gone, making for the i en'n
youth of today a renaissance of our eleman
chivalric life.
And we offer in even more cordial ... very bh
grasp the right hand uf section to the'
illustrious citizen who. in his hourof al- '
most imperial triumphs, waives all cer
emonial claim, and pays frank and ga!- __________-- _________________
plant homage to this dear old dame of
Dixie i

Often ends in a sad accident. To het H
accidental injuries use Bucklen's Arnica A H
Salve. "A deep wound in my foot. from
an accident," writes Theodore Schuele,
of Columbus. O., "caused me great To have a happy home you
pain. Physicians were helpless, but as tlhv are grcat h:app'-home
ucklen's Arnica Salve quickly healed .
it." Soothes andheals burns like magic WOi W 1al, yOu can be maJde str
25c.. at all druggists. healthy children, with little p;
Hon. Jos. B Wall. judge of the 7th yourself, by taking
judicial circuit, with Mrs. Wall, were
visitors to the home of Justice C. B.
Parkhill this week. Wi-l
Mr Chas. L. Deardorff. superintend- i C
ent of the St Augustine Record Conm-
pany's printing plant, was in the city O
several days this week. U

Mr. David Edrehi, of Pensacola, agent
of the Penn Mutual Life InsuranceCom-
pany, is in the city accompanied by his W om anl'S
family, who have been summering at
Marianna. .. It will ease away all your
sluggish Liver a Fee to Ambite-. mation, cure leucorrhea (whites
You cannot accomplish very much if Ian trouble, disordered menses,
your liver is inactive, as you feel dull.
your eyes are heavy, and slight exertion etc., and make childbirth natur;
exhausts you. Orino Laxative Fruit At every drug store in $1.0
Syrup stimulates the liver and bowels At every rug store in 1.
i and makes you feel bright and active. ,, ,_ _
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not WIM US A US..
nauseate or gripe and is mild and very W A h
Pleasant to take. Orino is more fftet- freely and frankly, tellin us all your and no
?ve than pills or ordinary catharties. troubles. We i tsendfree advice(in two we
Refuse substitute. Fors by all drug- platn sald e3vsope); Address: La- Wee,
di'AdvlioryDpt.,Te1*Chattanomga is a Of
gist 3Cs. Cha TuMr. both do


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itf.,)t i*S.t S %ell streeti,.t Jaitihridve.'
- for trlamr, la nw r, Ifutiltidsre Stindays
un. w~ill be in Aeal t t0,v office' of the C(al-
n Nt.. et;Aill -ip) 3,.. minute,, at Lanark for
Lewsr. 0. Alp-ton,
IMunabrer. General Pasmenarer Aivert,
Buist bruidpreGa.
R. C. Snipmet.
TrA~elinv PJaptiwiner Atot.
Tallahassee. Fla.

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*tt.-r are the chances of your
z perfect flour satisfaction, when
e the Clifton Brand. Truth to
here's little likelihood of your
anything but a pure, wholesome
onomical p)ro,'luct But d')n't be
t with a "just as (good fl ur
,l the Cliftmn everytimme, it i the
est. At J. W ('(LLINS'


I must hay1V children,
makers, if it weak
nr.; en' u h to bear
ain or dis.cmfort to


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pain, reduce inflam-
), falling w omb, ovar-
backache, headache,
al and easy. Try it.
0 bottles.

thing else. Is my baby gid., now
ks old," writes Mrs. J. P.
of Webster City, Iowa. "She
nI, healthy bate and we are


Double -Breasted Sack


Fall and Winter

Just the snap, grace and swing
to rake you look right.
4I Call and examine our elegant
line of The Bell System Suits,
Single and Double Breasted,
Overcoats and Raincoats.

Designed and Made by

Stern, Lauer, Shohl & Co.


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For Saw. e.
One sugar cane mill and evaporator.
The evaporator is nearly new. Apply To purchase a large tract of Timber
to DB. BMeginnis. 30-4t. Land in Florida; prefer to deal wih
owner direct.
Fine stationery, half :price, at R. J. AMmucus B. MuLvuLa,
Evans'. 120I Title and Trust Bldg., Chcago, 1L





Lightest Shift! Lightest 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.

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It is our intention to conduct a first-class furniture business, and we ask a liberal share of your patronage.

Our stock will be found to contain the latest novelties as well as all Standard goods. We are making preparations to be
able to execute promptly any order we may receive for any kind of furniture, and house and office furnishings.
"To fill a long felt want" we will inaugurate a repair department for high grade furniture, which will be in charge of one
of the most skillful workmen obtainable.
It would afford us great satisfaction to be able to announce a strictly cash, pay-as-you-go, policy; but it is our opinion that,
in a business the size of ours, in dear old Tallahassee, the plan would not work, still, the merchant who extends credit indiscriminately
must either "lose out" tor charge exhorbitant prices in order that the good customer shall pay the debts of the one who never pays.
We may be beaten by some, but we intend to reduce to the minimum the number of those who buy goods on credit of us and never
pay. Persons unknown td us must show us their ability and willingness to pay as agreed upon. By selling largely for cash and in-
sisting upon a strict adherence to a careful credit policy we will be able to offer our goods at the lowest possible figures.
To customers of small means, whose reputation and references show them to be worthy of it, we will extend the installment
plan of purchasing.
If we can offer you the best goods, the lowest prices and the most satisfactory service, give us your patronage. Below we
enumerate some of the goods we carry.


We have an immense line in stock now and
have more coming, prices ranging from 75c
to $6.00.
ART SQUARES, $3.50 on up.
In' Mattings we are in position to save you
money. We have an immense stock of more
than 250 rolls which we are offering at from
LACE:CURTAINS. 75c to $6.00 a pair.
We have a fairly good stock on hand, at
$2.00 to $6.00 a pair, and a large line ccming.
We have's m(i.It dutiful gcr(ds at v ry lw
We(have in stt k rn4w ( ily c nitorts for
single bcds, but a large line of excellt nt val-
ue have been ordered and will be here whn
you necdltht m.n.
I'ORTIERE CU'RTAINS in ('henille andl
Taptestry.(large line of n w g oul4.


This is one of our pit specialties. and we
have ordered an imminense line of all grades. *

You will find what you want by looking
over our stock.
Large new stock of REED and WILLOW
goods consisting of Chairs. Rockers, Corner
Pieces and 3 and 5 piece suits.
Quartersawed, Polished Oak Rockers, at
$1.25 and upwards.
Good Solid Oak, 3 piece suits with French
Plate Bevel Edge Mirror, at from $16.50 to
$35.00. Iron bed with any suit if preferred.
Quartered Oak, Highly Polished. 3 piece
bed room suits, at from $25.(N) to $1(M).00.


Big Line, new goods. 25) different styles, all
grades from the cheapest to the best made.
ll':) SPRIN(G;S.
We have the gmlI kindIs fr lIoth wxood andi
iron beds. 18 ditl',erent styles. at prices from
$2.1) to $14(4M. \lso a large line ft wood
and Iron Cots atnl Iron lied Cots.

We have a guaranteed Elastic Felt Mattress
at $11.50 and ('Ctton Mattresses, at $3.50 to
$6.00. We also carry the cheaper grades.
H', hav thfftimous OstermoroMattrc.*.q.

A large line of highly finished quartersawed
oak, with or without mirrors, at from $6.50 to
We have a line large enough to suit those
who want to buy.
Roll Top Flat and Typewriter Desks, Re-
volving Chairs of all grades, office stools, etc.
A big line of Pine, Poplar and Oak Beds.
We buy these beds in carload lots and can
offer them at bottom prices.
We also buy these in carload lots and can
save you money.
Come and see and be convinced that we
have the goods and prices in these articles.
We are giving this feature of our business
special attention and will soon be in position
to execute all orders promptly.
We buy these goods at bottom prices, in
carload lots and defy competition.
An immense line of common oak and high
grade tables in Polished Oak. Birds Eye Ma-
ple and Mahogany.




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