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: February 15, 1907
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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uoo U owmrnment; floflCsty in public office; HqUal JustiLc t 4Ai--S;Clii priiftes to None.

G the would prefer to go there. Our Synopsis o Lecture on teaching: though in the work of pls APPORTIONM NT
=AAN ma object shou be to keep our S ecys you may observe approximate or perI
sso*W on"ON from this phvies. M demonstration of the rules aid TREAS. STATEMENT
,. TALKS WITH YOUNG MEN. Christian Scne down. Andso,, I ,IC
I4 o In order to find out whether Mr Mc- upon ever one, apeeet iue God i -
F Mr. W. F. C-C-oa aa_ ndOther Tell Mlllan's supposition that young men OIL t in le. it ndrm W. Holloway. State Sperited.
t 5r would prefer the Young Men's Chris- thatPrincipe. When it is understand,
the prophecy of Jesus will be fulfilled. eat Pubic latructies, Male.
W ,T Wl ot Tlky T of. e. Th tian Assciation to other places such Doi orvermce Prom 1 vUi the pplc fekwl Ifstrlctle, Mlmo
A oi inqitoo thrlacsesand there shall tw one fold and one
and Why They Ssbscribed as he refers to, inquiry brings answerpherd the Anne Apperaeat of
from the young men themselves, as MI Rer'. William I. M cKunei C. I, shepherd the ASu.l ,ppor l9mel f
b Lberall*. follows: of Cuambridg,. .iss.. M A'lher of ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF CHRI4T the Iateust em the State
SIn order to further probe the ques- "My mother being dead, and having thv Chr.tin,. Seinc, .flo.rd of One designation for Christ Jesus, Scheeol Fid.
tion as to why men whose thne and o sister, 1used to find it hardg to en- L.ct.,reship of ithe First which have prevailed in the Christian TALLIIAIK, FLA., Feb. 1, 1107.
evenings withoutare oya edroing i nto a C. (hurch to this day, is the term Master TA A F Feb. 1. I .
money are only at thedisposal of great pool room," said one, "but since 1 Ch rch tof C hri. S Strong objection is made to this term! Amount for apportionment, ;4,744.17.
enterprises a representative of the joined the association I have spent ,, .t.t, in rotn. by those who think a man must relin- Rate per pupil, 39 eents.
Times-Union called on Mr. W. P. Coach- nearly all of my spare time in its Ma.,arhnatet ti quish legitimate freedom if he acknow- )Av. t.-
man, whose splendid contribution of rooms. ledges one who la "the Master." But coui,.tw,.. .nne. Amt.
$ 0 tt filing fnd of th "The association ha. kept me from this is a groundless fear, for we are i Alachua 4.371 Il 7A .0
10,000 to the building fund of the oi night with young men to Christian Sciencet homes to give sub- to deal with Science rather than per- Baker 727 Si
Young Men's Christn the ociauth only by hears and saloon an to play bil stance to th I that many have sonality. Historically we may find Bradford 1,900 744.1
been exceeded in the South only by liards ool, etc. said another young ance to cases of personal and despotic control Brevard 680 86.20
Mr Cmmer's gift of 0,000 to the man, "when I go to the library and hitherto hoped for. and the assembling of chiefs, governors, lords, prince, Cathoun 784 76
Jacknlle Aoifation and Mr. J.t M peruse useful books or magazines. of large audiences to listen to lectures monarchs, whose servants were slaves; Citrus -8 6S327
tion and Mr. .M. isten to some of the words of those upon the subject indicates that many but where truth is concerned, the ma.- Clay 745
Long'sbequest of $26.000 to the Tampa who have made use of the association have an intuitive expectation of rfnd- ter it one who best comprehends the Columbia 2.504 5
AMeoelation. Mr. Coachman has also gymnasiums: ngtheir lw satisfye dinharmon y details of the science and is most skill- Dade 1,48 i
been devoti much of his time to the HOW IT HELPS THEM. fun their ho inatisfied in applying witslwa; and his follow- DeSoto 2,1456
work of the building committee, and in "Being closely confined all day at with Christianity. and also in accord era are disc or learners. Christ Duval 5,M 96 2,.0O
hy to the Inquiry why he subsrbed my desk, at night I often feel languid with Science. Jesus is the Master we acknowledge in Eaeambia ,2 1,471.06
ch a large sum to this movement and tired, and when in that state sel- The expectation of ignpending good, Christian Science, because he gained Franklin .71. ,,
made my subscription to the dom exercise without having renewed which have been cherished b I the mastery In truth, "being temptd Gadden 2 9 1 ,71
'- building madfundmyfosubscriptiohe Young Mens life andvigor. It ha lone much whch hv ben chrishe. oe al- n all points like as we are, yet without Hamilton. 1,510
binding fund for the i oung Men's ward enabling me to cope with a busy ready in reward to ChNstian Science. sin," because he gained a familiarity Hernando .. 10 19.90
Christian Association of Jacksonville business life. we hope to-Watisfy by showing that it with spiritual law and understood its Hillborough 15,66 2. .414
.use ed th e most r "Instead of the flabby flesh which is the true Christianityv, and so i plication i healing and having men. Holmes 1,811 U1.
I had noted thatte most progres- and because he is guiding us into imia- Jackson 4,780 l1,$".?7
sive cities were exploiting this mo evered my bones before I placed my foutlei nlpon t he Niritual teachings of lar mastery and und uerstand of J son ,960 ,44.0
counrd tdt lar maryaderdinstructionsn yorylersturndiof truth. Jefferson 2,960 1.154.40
ment largely, and hat business men of slum, there is nw a certain degree of th Bible. Let u e careful to see the real mean Lafayette 777 .306
Standing were ghong it their hearty firmness in my muscles and circula-t ing of the phrase, "the truth shall Lake . 1,845 .O94
endorsement, based on many years' ex-t tion of blood that tills one wit the te- RI' (AI. TRUNT make you free" .Jesu.; said : "If ye Lee S. 8 8.71
perlence. l sire to tread on air. This may seem an continue in my word. then are ye my o 3.70 1,4B 70
AN IMPORTANT REQIIRIEMENT. exaggeration, hut it is a fact ('hristian Seienre has for its text-, disciples indeed : and ye shall know lev 1,80000
"I believed thoroughly in the future I have entered with a headache. book, or instruction manual, a took the truth, and the truth shall make Liberty M08 3in12
prospects of Jacksonville as a great exercised for about an hour, tifishin first published in 1'75 by Mary Baker you free The truth that really Madison 2,880 ,11U&01
city, and felt that a building such as with a brisk run of half a mile, then (G Eddy, and titledd Scie;ice ani mn kes free i.a, known only through Manatee 1,45 a176
had been suggested would meet one of washed in cold water, rubbing myself Health with Key to the Scriptures." discipleship, which you will admit is Marion 4,761 .'79
her most important requirements that' with a coarse towel, and walketl out rhc author is now known to th<- world something more than loyalty to a dot'- Monroe 1.083 H/7
could be met in no other way. minus the headache. At other times, as the woman, who has given to this trine or bn.-ml-ri4hip in a sect It Nassau 1.285 8s
"The work of the Association ap by the use of the same means, IJbqe age the true idea of Godl, and as the means an uni.hrstaniing of the words, Orange 2.192 11
aled to me as one very greatly needed banished the blues and gone happy and philosopher and thinker wno has revo- "1 have given y6u an example that ye (sceola 827 a5
a city to which young men are corn- hungry. I use the gymnasium for the lutionized the sense of Christianity should do as I have done to you." The Pasco 8 3
in such large number as is the general development and toning up of from theoretical to practical, so that secret of the greatness of Christ Jesus Plk 2,706 l.
case-in Jacksonville, and I felt that the the system, not dreaming of ever be- the medieval belief of Christianity as was his spiritual understanding, where- Putnam 1,44
equipment should be placed upon a ba- coming an athlete. One hour a day, a scheme for a future world salvation by he knew how to do the best service St. Johns 1,380
ais that would be creditable to the pub- three times a week, is conducive to is changing to the primitive conception to mankind. St. Lucie 476
lie spirit of Jacksonville in making pro- good health, good spirits and self-con- of (hristianity as a means for reveal- CHRISTIAN S(IENTISTh AREK 1 oI IMNsTS. Santa Rosa 1,7
vision not only for today, but for years trol. ng to men on earth the goodness o anumter
God in healing and salvation. Herown The questinprnented to every mane
to come $55,M0 mOKE I18 NEEDED. healing occurred in 18, and she has is rally this: To what do you give -
COMPTROLLER ECKEL' VIEWS. The Young Men's Christian Associa- described in her writings how from power? Evil or good? Christian Sc. lor
His views seem to run along the same tion is no longer an experiment, but an the gates of death she w brought to entists, by virtue of their experience, Vouala 2.1 .
channel as those of former Comptroller established fact, and the question just life again by the present wer of the are confirmed optimist. They have WakaS 748 SS.'
of the Currency James H. Eckels, now now confronting Jacksonvide is wbeth- healift Christ. dUl a ible n healing ae oapliahed where hu- Washig
-' resident of mneau the lagest banks of er enough subscriptions will be sent in student all her life, and for three years man love and human skill had given up Wah. 21
"mhiea e, who says : before next Saturday to enable the after this experience she gave her ua. hope. They have sen apparently in.- . .,.,u|.
"The appeal which the Association committee to erect a building that tire time to such further study of the curable bad habits changed with such a To m .o for ..
from time to time makes to business shall be complete enough, in size and Bible as enabled her to trace the ac- change in life as yearly takes place in ta smeMnt for 8p-
men is not, and ought not to be regarded furnishings, to accomplish what all de- tion of spiritual law according to the earth when the barren cold yields prtlment.. ., 1
as an a peal for charity. It is, instead, sire. $55,000 more must he pledged by which the miracles of healing therein to the beneficent warmth ot spring. alan. in fund not
the asking for an expenditure on the or before next Friday night to guaran- recorded were brought. Her desire They have seen bitterness and cynicism are in fund not.a
pert of those to whom the rcguest is tee the full success of the movement, was to discover the Science of the and cruelty melt away, and kindness apportioned .... $ .
addressed. as legitimate to the further- --. -.. I Christ-healing, so that the spiritual and joy and gentle courtesy take their --
iwe of their business enterprise as lBard of Trade Neettla. I illumination which had quickened her place. They find that their faithful Slate Treaser's w9eoft
that which is incurred for police, or tire own life might be made universal. applicttionof the teachingsof Christian The monthly rNort of Hea. W.
insurance, or any other outlay which has TFhe oard of Trade will hold nextI in her book there are over eight hun- Science to all the problems of life have Knott, State treasurer, lled with the
Srlgard for their property interest. The meeting Tuesdlay night, at the Elks' dred citations from Scripture, hence brought so many solutions and proofsof Governor, shows laatse in the Trea
a n who fails to give heed to the call we may ` see that her exploration of the the power of good to overcome evil, try to the erdit of t several t
of the Association after once being Hell F verybodv invited to attend Bible in seeking the foundation for that they can foresee the ultimate tri- and Educational Fund at the learef
made acquainted with its merits. makes Christian Science was thorough; but umph of good; and "forgetting the business January 80, 19W 7 as follo
so grave an error as to reflect upon the Signed Without Authority. it is to the students of its pages that things that are behind." they pre n
soundness of his business judgmivent." the nigniflcance of the title, Science forward in the direction of that goal. generall Revenue Fund.. .K I.
Avoid reflections on your business Wo F 1 1 antid elth with Key to the Scrip Our fellow-beings approach the prob- ne Mill School und.. ..
.dgmentbysending your suhecriptions Mr. John (. C'ollinise. tures," is made apparent; for theyfind lems of life from many sides, gving tate Boarof Heaith Fund. K4,
to room 207. Dyal-Upchurch building will alw an inspiration for earnest and practical emphasis to a variety of suppo0d Prinell of school 1
today, and help push the hand around in your v luabl paillr I wih to sayte study of the Bible. In commercial powers. These are various forms of iUniv sted) .
Ihhbis dibh e rouedby I av I to na n n. IwishonU inaeseed)
a the ; ebif dial e au t Ih vbe. to t is y to circkl it is granted that greatly in- fatalism, according to whicn men allow Interest f hool Fund. :
d Much tnhreut has beena H roused by I hve been old in tid creased ses of uibtles may Ie creit d themselves to hel eve that h go al nrL' rd
the publication of the interviews with tn fo anltn ion fwhiskey to com reasthe influence of Chrle mtan Scence dited themelveil to e ive that benoth Principal of minary Fund
Messrs. W. W. Cumm.r and W. F. in ol on, fr which to the influence f thrustt tian S*cinewe and evil rsr. Iivalently .re- (1nv pete ) As
Cochn rel ing their interest in t ot I hav'i en disgusted In the public services of the movv ordained, e, ib amri.evitlhle tatheIfr, ofSeinrFund "21
e Yo ng Men Chrisvti., Agstwr iation, b he c t, o that .vi an hd nceitfl I mentt thholy .th crltures are iv .n a Iother. I .ni'I1
which ledto such L rg. gfts of honey ,in, hlC t m' mr ya n anro. I well remem- ;eho'e sr',h saes 'he I,,ik of th. I. ,w r ixl.:. ,miio iirigime 'Tax Fund. 4, 7
aidthe t u ch r i nuch their vaiu-if ne r the last drink I took when my two Of Moses"' dn e had in tthlays of the re-rthere'-r. sae tlinla he o *eme Arriculurie CollegenFund. t"4
th o e narr ion tthe i wrk ol the itti 'hldlrei looked, .l a ,' ,nia. and I felt turn from captivitn itBiabylon under, the, r th l t e t hog het Wr 'olleeori Fund. ,t
ble timeYoincarMn hryigoticnwArk of I can saw howanyp"thi an. weythi,,lpiwori.0 ; thought wil en ,w-r wi,,che ,, orulh i'und lFund. 17,M.81
bul ding committee thet' h n it 'h vI tr comee arou id Nm lhernian when o e,... ,.rv leneo. I' *i A. t ain for ihi. ti i..... i t i ".r .I ird collegee Morrill Fund 7.930.86
The first namI to appear on the $5,000o myi r' ni.a l if m tc ni oon sw'eh lh .rsatel the lau I h.. ,t.rd n v. o.te of h.'r. lea' .. er r.nIr- la e nwriment Station
o t i 'dit %wrth t h wm r tain e pth enla w I h o r .w r d a y t r i t f i h o r .d i t yv le a v e .r v n a rh ll ne, 8 .mt
list of contributor a for the building for it,, 4 ti" h,' w ithho it i S ", t o read in the I,,k. ia m ti.' i re h. lamt o atl t feor t. "or.et, ie i,v l ll I' s. 4.1 t100
t Jaksonville association was that of kno'vl W.1- ,vA .1 ,.o Int. o I nl t. hf ncLlyr Got. ,t sI e .orn I l* or l )n The inin o i in. .e orr.nte- A.e, h.pn 'n .Station
Ir D. i McMillhn, vice president of er.1( wh, tv tht, 1 ',. ,i' m l'.,e-cnIt y F,, t. t f t f t Ii rnt t :Fs
np Conro:ihdated Naval Stores C t I,' l I. e w.ll ueauie.l Theo t, u.iiev rolfnro thm r 'tt t an n t o n d
otivol d oe Nadvl at wore ionte not allow ?tsAch i,, jeI,.I 1 e.z th,- hatpy rean I Thif b d rave asd esth
Heishafctivelv Yt ointrhe not alloan jh of my and io .haveasttth which he knew fr. tih- ,e, lil. l)ef & lub Inci-
St rthe$I aIt0 need o ed homes in l.eon 'coiinty Now I do nt'. much r a ion for rejoiing as those e with that universal and eve,.r-lre.-n 'I.ntal ",i. )i0
ked a rpres-ntatie of the know thnt myv na.me on tan ptitn. .redfrom t al t n exee Mind or (od of whom he, piotkc a; Ilrida temiale. t olleie I ci-
Aaed bene orerso ntdatibe of dhe nut !authIori ,,, omif this i- tho, ,'ase I tris f rs fIrk ,.h lt ra- ,fl bcator )he nmt h,. fatir:d" ,1 F, r .
Thes-Unon his reasons for giving '.' thefollow like n iei instead Father. On othis e,i nt hei .'l 'a. ,l tall l"ide o, Ol74
0 e00 to the fund for the new building there wit Jaut. Gmy knowlge c ennow onen.ontertatini th epr sul lgac t ion ,a hyol tht ical oirn- o e mIn 'our oat h.er ,pone hI,. ir h; li'', I. -e ,. college Pr perty
orthe YousN Men's Christian Asmeo osuch if he will lIerk at th .han tha inhre ahin thi. R eaders in well -s es 'our nathi-ie'ree.4c. asc a. tund e t.19681
elation of Jhcknonville. Mr. McMilln i trn is ae m 8 e' ?so o i"esh oein houf.c,. ord en i. m o there de ,impnlh -.l cii,.te f*ir llr mend tat ie Inciden-
promptly gave them as follows: it br.n,,,., any fmh,, ; ,, cm. .,r. ,T l in he
MR. M'MiI.%AN'H VIEWS. the fres. .'4PENcl lec..iel. ;etsl we' w ltl l, I 1,,' ii.i- ri. r rin Ir iotlaiv o .. h iB. w ta man ie ;,sl t,, ,l.0,,,.-.,e cramrn (' "lcr.'d Ncrtnrl t on tingent
not callow iil. ,.'vi tee ,'.,m, l;,e*k againn ter (u the. .c ta f" i c e >re',.eion whaster. i 11 .,,,. tU tj ain the F'unt 8. 13
S\ ''First-I feel that the yuung men of I beg te fcet;ain, 'citS 1rulh, th, tal, m.r to ei i t.,'1tei'a nile S;- 'tclc .re Jsksonville are about HM promising a" W. I) LKvy et 'f*i,,, lt.i|" e.'r ro t e' .I-ntal I 1.r6
set da I have ever known, and that ;aiaar^ T he rmhh..rIO nrom the i r th.,eh thiuity, i ste' l ej.. man whc .n -
tenefits that a Young Men's Christian ir.A I ,t, h ns t ,n -n Vou san Ut
Aslociation would afford them, that no To Honorabhle Hord of (County (ie Curlera.tve .aai.ig,, read from the, finue cruelty" o Icet argreatg tldell ,1r'u-iT.
*(Cr place would, missions. I--on Count.. Floci'"a.: ' Second- have a good...d bunch GN.LIN Please have my name .. .hrunard because his grandfather was ; 1tunahe bestfrn f a -
s(young chaps myself that I would taken from petition pr"inte to you d .. u '. nrc-h e iyn wtey Wn th biet di.o mmd^ ^
Sto ma have -the advantages of a clin for a wet and dry iectbon. 1 t..._,_., ../..... i hdd h dim, He oun himself iS"' foun an its fo
pIee of Uta kind, either when they did not sgn my name to said paper, an "aca hre he..ld at theer- v-s ? nd' d immune from these interismces of tN i pbli'her ,,Iste Dr, K J l, Nw
at home or slhold they be away. did nMt autho-ize an. one to doe so, and rol hat find leeaece, and inspire" m* f.. ..the. .heritnes of t t bertviler.N
g rood curches (and they are as to me a.. i..rit. question of heredity, we ran relyy say: f shob t wure ford of teh wLor eofd thi-
i m buildings as 1 ever saw in Your humble servant. BUT A *CT a NOT mIlA.hliN if. the S tihaerer,^ saYll make y, inWal waos Keep aofttl in th f
either cityofthis air) and also JA.. GARONKU. Christian Science. though fousI fre. y -sbai be fre Jndeed." in j belev it M be tos
sleMbis, stil I think the city Witw aed by P. T. Mickler. T. H upon the Mible, does not coem t esetab- fellowshrip with the Bn of God you pSbreltie n known fo leung ost tbS
Mi CChrisan Assoelasets A lre number of both white and h t"*o meets may say so A sect s nize your tndividual fredom acha d poIntthe takr by all dna /r4 Pr
[ t we4 t w olwaald aafeel ptood oloedU e are tlsar A itn letter. so _0- i aetiu c .t of or dived from matme of God govemne directly by Mind 5 0B and I. Trki battle fre.

Ube s to be r tamd to a Bnard B m yt; hy;, but Christiaaty is m nymmIMm. ..
| n And fn stwt ate s meeting to co cItaultW* divided. As theU robe which T
6 1 v1. 0d v y pecular S a Jsee tCre wrne was wem withes here at S h ssfate TheAC.
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p'eidio pjhltiy'iiciia, liD. '" (hlittofi Mloor
Mlr. ains win >llj i ti lt, f it Moiil
,,rn W o 1dtrrien of' A iil'l'r ii lti-a, i
.Mallon "fhe' fuinra'i l ltilk iplaie ItFrorn
-h.E ulh riin. kiti l nlro ,ri ott ih;. II.
HI olrn)4'.4, Sa, liIdli afIif itrnoi ii ;il t I a;
'I'clock, Keyv l'ilt i rica i l iltttii i.e,
Many frien'i., wri' ir pn'tl "' I
thatral lofleri l t,, bici full Tlh.. h .,I.t
WKl emblillil tl by I4' II rilnfil thf.
Popular al taiirh'e of a tl i I ll '-i
tindertak ilt' i' tbli'ihi itla.' niiil -tdiAii|,- dI
.o Kelly u N itli hi" i -i i K i lln i
lily m orniig ntl iG.2 i. a,1 i a i 'lit I ,'
A railroad
PIall bi'ar'r" i.rt, IMn-an.t i .M ,'t.a ,
Walker, Kerit, l.v-ti. Mit ( rill wial iCol-
'in A 'itii Nil
mea'l ~t On'
Until tomorrow what you calt Ind( toll ly
If you ai' iulfferirg from t lorliil liver,
tir constlpation. don't w.til intail lomor-
row to geft help
Buy a bottle of Ierbhin iialid gt that
liver working right l'Promitnems about
health saves many mirk apell|' Mrs.
Ida Greaham. Point, Tex.. writes: I
used Herhine in my family for mx
years, and find it dovs tnil it claims to
do" *
Hon. Chase. A. Finlev hais I et'1m .liend-
Ing Devural days with n.ail warm Tal-
la1hsa friends during tht, woek and
made an pleasant visits.
Mr. Charles G. Myers, wairt and ion
were guests at the Aralon hotel. Jack-
*mnvllTe. Tuesday, and Mr C. M. .John-
.ion was regKlptor from thim city at
the Rverett.
The fire company at its last meeting
mtutructed th.e chief to write to the dif-
fetent manufacturers of and dealers in
tire sppalratus fur cuts. prices and de-
scriptien itof rmlinltion holik ant i
ladder rtlick uaii ch'lintal inginne.
Mrs 1) I'hittentid i, of Tallaha
see,. who iis having a deli htful time as
the gue t of Mrs. Wm. S. Jordan. will i
go to vipit MIm J J l.ogain the latter
ert of this wreek or the first iof next.-
Time-Il'nionll, lth
Ex.Governor W Itloxhin, iof
Tallahuaase''. aiivllted iat thee Sti rlini,
Titusville., We'dnlt.i wsy. antl Wa iatroiiil
town, y'eteljay, eihtking hlUiinds wilh
old-tlini ftii ild Th li, ni \l' wholly.
touluad *ilnt i litiini ltlU a Ic'i'an i o(|eriI>r oi f
(hi .State' twice. lit' will re' iiit ati
the S eli'tiiK few 'ilut -. si il at ir' 'till
niC t tlis niumi y It ia ial:' Illoxhiani itiforinii', i hi i,. a. I I| pc l i)elitn
fo t' ie'e1, nM hie' til'lidt ii i',lt iroit i tic
t Sire of a fftic W i ; Fia.'. l aiiiv\ a
|h1 e iinl ,t e ll froii -e \ (ni .it itllll
Fl It ,sterday. E,'-t C(' tilt t A1dt|>ti ii'.
Mi I'r'iry (G. W all C iili'titaii*l with
.i vty l , ive i tI I f. w fr'itid*. ). e l ii ts eve'n-.
iirtg. Fo'eUl i' ttlt e wit r' I rn\ tii i| faa lti
I)lteyir., the tIlm)it sicia' e'esltil tl it behir
Wil4 Mrl I' (he';,t'e, of Tallulhiiia'i', wo.i
i. Mr. Wall' KUctr, alit ('|t f IK
(junley, the conine.lation lrTse t< i'j
a warded to M i, Wri ith, whto i .it
in Mrn. tle arid 'Al andcr ;.'y.
Artor the close of the vanli ref lr. h-
inetN were served -- TamnpA T'ines.








We l)uy direct from the manufacturers and can save you the middle

i man's profit. Our prices are right. See us and be convinced.

g kj*(ec

... .A.A M.ANN DI
Talb aesl.. Nov. 5. 0M. .

U 101 Mo0 WO k111e. tiin, dimesa 1i0.
(all ot humnoris. If you have blood oM
earbuncles. esmin arm. sevoretila e-mma
inr,. risinMs and buea,. sel qr,. pimply
hbriMne ins. c taarrh. rhlumatienr eaj
,Wreuam. take Botenic Blood B (B. .
-oon all Morel heal, aches and as stop and
blood i. madlo pure and rich. or by
pIres St per large bottle. Rample fr by e tiw
lik.Alal ialm Co.. Atlanta. Ga. B. B. I. is eapae
cially u lvisel for chrnnlc., delsep-ted canes. ad it
rurc*. after all eolw fails. 40-lyr
In the Circuit Court of 'lnruida, 2nd
SCircuit Leon County--In Chancery.
S("i'rsy Simrirma. Complainant. vs Juliu Sintm-
it.. 1) f..r'lalt Flill for Divorce.
Ii Ia. e it been nmadeo t, appear by th iltrldavit
,if ti] ..i'tor fir Ithe (c(oi'.l inanlt th.at 'lCe resi.
l, ,,t Il' il. fe*r 'ld it Jtll'il Silnnlions Iq un-
v. i, a.ri, l that th-rt ia 1111 i y 4- /i inl ti.A State of
lii i.l, the lwP t i i'0 f 1 a sit)l,', tia i(m whom u l
.wilId Itind Ithe .:aidl defler.dait. .v', Ithlt the said
'!elif'elnant i ove r the a fe if iort l M1 i *:
It )% therefor order.ld t hat th i d i'-rilndant
J uliun .Simmonfl, i a ,ilnl hi hi i, j i, v 41i rid to
talilieur to thle taidIill ",f ,'(al ret it* on M,. nday,
tli f ifurlh day of M a 'oh. I',.. at''! iilt I ial .-a)rd-r
1,w pulliehedi once a week" fl, il, Icarii'ectltive
e itk. in the True I'terneuclt. t r t .-.S taitfr pIub-
imhedl in the city of Ta4tlahaa.'.',.e. itn. 4 111 ,u il c njllty
and State.
Witnef ien, y n r F"Ile'lk. ('C!-rk ,f esIl Court
antl the. siul the,'.of this *,;tlh iay a f lkc- nbi er, A.
0. I'i*;.
Clerk of (Circuit *. oirt
A t1uecop>)- Attest:
44-St Clerk iof Circuit ( jirt
Notice of Liquidation.
Notire is hereby given that stockholders owning
more than two-thirds ,f the stock of the Mercan-
tile Exchange Bank have voted that the aild Mer-
eantile Exchange Bank iru into liquklation and be
closed. The creditors of the maid Mercantile Ex.
change Bank are hereby notified that the maid
bank la closing up its affairand they're required
to present their claims against the Mercantile Ex-
chanve Bank f,,r payment.
Iv order of theli. iard of Directors.
(Corporate Seal.) W. F. COACHMAN,
Attent :
ARTHiIIl F. P.ItRY,. Secretary. 41-9t
I hereby notify the Tax Payer's of
L.t-in county that I will be at the fol-
Ili,,mg ..t-', on thel daiy mentioned be-
liw, tor the purpose of receiving re-
turns of their property for taxation for
their year 1907:
J. A. A ider.s', Monday morning, Feb-
ruary 11th.
Iaianilla, Monday aftke'rtoon, Febru-
aiv l1th.
StlnninLr's Store, Tuesday morning.
Fuhruary l2th. 111
Nf MiC(,,.ukie, Tue'suday afternoon. Feb-
ruary 12th.

Flbrrlarl 13th.
Chiir.;. Wedisday aii't .rn .'''n Feb-
ruary l3t Ilth.
V' oodville, Thursday morning, Feb-
rtuiry 1 ith.
Br.irdft'otville, Friday morning, Feb-
ruary 5Ith.
Enon (Church, Thursday morning,
Felbruar 21mt f"
Hugh I lark'.s Monday nmot i:r, Feb-
ruary '25th.
()ckluckiie.. Tueslay February 26th.
Tax Assessor. Leon County.
french Language.
French langnage taught at residence.
L.at'est improved method. Conversa-
tional, Grammarical, by experienced
Parisian teacher. Moderate terms.
44-tt Leon Hotel.
Five room cottage on Clinton"Street
All modern conveniences. Apply to
Miss J. C. Meginnias. 46-4 t
]Pecan f res For Sale.
Fine, 1 and 2 year Seedling Pecan
Trees, apply ti, r-wte, G. G. Gibbs.
Tallahassee, 48tf

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N INETEEN HUNDRED AND SIX. with its appointments and disap-

Spointments. with its weal and its woes, fortunes and misfortunes.

pleasures and displeasure. (lone because we have passed the 1906 mile-
jost. Not forgotten, because the hand of time has dealt both gently and
Spl ntifully with us.
SAndi now. as we are just entering the race of 1907 as against our rec-
ord of 1l0;, we wish to thank our friends sincerely for the liberal patronage
gi'vtn us during the past year. And in soliciting the pleasure of your fur-
tht r valited business, we wish to impress up)n your mind that we are not
t niiitniidful of Vitour intere.-t. and this y'.ar we expect to-put forth, if posibl.,
grl 't ;it I a1nd I'ttter efforts ill \;ay of gKiin g better valueIs a n1d closer prices
Sthaln vver before. When you buy trom iD)u'al liro..' (ash Store y u can
I C rly on the Quality an1d the Price being right.


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,Jo B L c I eaus, nIw. I,
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chufthe soM.
Trinity M. E. Church, South, I. S.
Patterson, Pastr. -Services Sunday at
11 a. m. and 7.00p. m. Junior Ep-
worth League. 3.0u p. m. Senior Ep-
worth League, 4.00 p. m. All members s'.;
requested to attend. The public and
strangers specially invited to worship
.with us. (0
Presbyterian Church. Rev. Win. H.
Ziegler, Pastor.-Regular service at 11
o'clock a. m. and at 7.30 o'cxlok p. in.,
sermons by the pastor. Sabbath scliool
at 945 a. m..
St. .John'- Epi.ico >ml Ct'hirh, Rev.'
Dr. W H ('arter, {t..'t'r -S Sunday and HoIly Days.. Ihly nimmun- \
ion 7 o'clock a tm. Sunday. 11 a. m. :
and 7 o0 p m. Fridavs. 8 p.'n St. Mi-
chael's (colored). Service-s: Suitdays,
4 p m. Friday. 4.30 p. m.
Christian Scifrlctl Service- are held '.
every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. ii .. in the
'ront rowtr, second story, of ti,. build- I
ing eastof the ipostoffice. This room i.
also used as aChristian Science reading;
room, atid is open daily except Sundays. a ( '
between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock
a. im. All are cordially invited.

Cream Vermifuge

J& WORM cr

Ballard-Snow Liniment Co.




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Sheet-Metal Work

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I Guarantee You Satisfaction.

71, 11"!\ It .11ay ('",c re .
Thue ivharrr of thi letter. Mr. Earl I. hls l)cfnl ill (mtl ('nploy for the la.-t six years. He
is a tirst-rlass and capable Piano Tunor. and is
csp)cially ((Iquippid and chltnical I'ianos aidl Mechanical Piano Players.
lie i? 1 a thoroughly conscientious gentleman.
a nd every reliance can he placed in him.
Yours truly.

FRANK (HASE. Manager.

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TTIlE S.AOAID F)LORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestibule
train, t. r p)(< d(( exclusively of New Pullman Equipment; Dining
(Cur. )Ii.tlce li;anwingrtfm nSle pers. Stateroom and Observation
Car., (cI tiatt d het"weon St. Augustine and Jacksonville to New
Yor.l \ ia \ aN.hilnigt, h having St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and Jack-
in\l!, 1 :l' p. In. daily including Sundays.

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Daily T through Sleepers from
to New Orleans.


Fr full in fot nation and sleeper reservations call on any
Seaboard Agent or write
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All \ ork in the ht'e of
Rooin,. f;titterinL. S;, ,'-
ing. and Sheet-Metal Wo'u,
solicited,. and especial care
taken to please my vat-
rP ns. . .

PlIum ii) a S aijj 1ty

The Best Styles



Long Silk Gloves, and Kid
Gloves. Dainty Collars
and Handkerchiefs.
The Newest Material
in Fancy Work.
in (;irmantown,
Saxony and Shetland
Miss Adele Gerard,
149 N. Munroe St.
Tallahassee, Florida.



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Youngj Man! Youngj Woman! qual .>ini "wifr wtin i wii
and( high rempons-ibility, as ~ l' M'~S STENOGn RA I'll EJ(. Etc.
Remember I hiit ee'v(Ii~~I.sin Sta ring cuts (AT a dcay 14 1so lary e n Ihv f-411-1
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Am prpaired to fit your eyes.
Complete Line of I.n! andlJ Fram-.*. 5 Call and %scc If you can see.


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Undertaker and Funeral Director,


Phene No. **4

Health is
More Than 4m
Wealth (
nwd ( A A




ym w ll lwd;.la 9--ail *tl h-11111. ANhnt l,.i mort. t4) a man
I ha ll k od Io Jill )1?7 All Ihl 1 vitany i h II. world I in *t umake'
hla 1#10 1~ I f I ii% t-., allMiIski f I ll, ali. iIii. Blallard's Snow Ui. n~uut
[c* Rheumatism, Cuts. Burns. Sprains. Neurall,
CURE S Srcs, Stiff JoInts, Contracted Mufscls, Lame
Batkk and all the Ilia that U'lcsh Is Hleir to.
One Who- Knows.
fuel )aighllv ilp i,.,. '. Icr Iuejikhar'.; Siri,%. .v l. I vIiigeit for
tho'njjf f ro- io-l t 4. rhce 'Ii titFill isn i ,eim-edl Y iv s i d e?)iiango
Slid(14.x wom ijre 11'' l i mivitt 41 l .r. I a! 4ei re-coin ni. ti1d your
Ililslut rfsi erla'ito .y~ pfar cough-t end cold*.
fI~.~e' Ucd tIII eer oey fill pailo.
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Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
500-802 North Second steet,





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Itf you become totally (lisabl)led
the Company pays your premium
without interest and these premiums

face of


(.\SIll LOANS IN 'J'V(o YFA~R.,;

THEltl-;ii:s'i'INSURIAN('l,' To)BUtY OR IA.

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but let'U-s prove it to you.




Tallahassee, Fla.


IR:A SANBORNC, Genera~l Agent, Central'il Florida.l;

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Holders $1,63.1,364.00


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SO= 0. COLUNS. ?revr~st.v
F PIJI KIA E) KVFV 'i' !{IIA', MIfIl7iN(.G

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AdVstrieoftsssIs, u si- A.e A

T1he Trurl Ilrle tral )I their oillio.I, \. -i ...
( f 1.eon Loeintl

Tallahassee. Friday, Feb. I, 1907.

The I,'frni ini ir ,e ,oil thifn ;. ;
follows: "Th<- ,'t.t. <. ';s taii l s i .' t ;,s
m uch in rtie'd of ,r .rini' < .- it i1 ;I
cleaning out."
The Twmpa 'l'irrn s y~, '..ny .a
Maan thinks his nariei in liinkl with ail
effite, when it as really ,uintd orn the'
final billboard, anti sure' to he ,wa.h,-il
off by the first showe-r."
Attend the meeting of (C'ounty v'or,.i-
miualoneri next Truesiay, anid sKhw byv
your presence, inflerncr' anti help th'.t
you oppose having T'l'all:sha. .,, .' h.,
Moom city again.
State Henrir Winhlrrn. of it i l,.' i
Ienatorial Dimtriet havii ri''.nt ly
died, leaves Hno the r \';vc' .nr,. ;ril 'i
special election will h1ve. to .' h a;il 1I
without delly to fill Maeti..
Florida wait very f eort ti sl vii ', i ,,,1
ting cnu ht in the. d(li, ,in'0r', itr;I,
South ('arolorin im wi kinri ha.li t i 't
out of the Mlim e, april wiel it H ro i i i
has been i .t'illy **xp 'rlin 'nt. ,' A.
gustine He'd"<',r
Fditor 'ii lwll, of I Itsh .;J ,.op' Ns'w .
puts in as follhws; "So*m of thi. I a,~.'
officialsin Tallhn.mewh. who are' so
greatly cni''rnied crowded condition of the State ( 'apitol
and are deiroi)us of more' rorm will Ile

An examination of the ricetiti'mn which
wag failed with the Impard of county corn-
n'iitniionotE.r at t he,' lai t t 'r r praying
foir IhO 'ievllm;,of 'a wItIoil d I'.I*,orpro-
Ishibil 1550. #'o't ifoiI), and i 'hwhI-'l to hb'
t;fkI'Fi ,I, .11,4 t"i sl ;,I St .ii ,, *jS'tia
rfri.l.'? i'' vi roofist at p r ,- i(xt

'Iilifi 11;j 11#07, --i;I p g~' i i-
I i', f I,,,lii it f r
d it t.ips

I'-' it 5' ~ i.;J 'I lip I il

ji'f,- tf ),,,; I trd i lips l to- ra'n'iarkstof

dociunwtrit wast, and wic~ 5.h tel., ~fotr itself
hi sw it im fililed %%V.if t fraudi' Ifreerri ainoist
th.be tie'Kinnig to h.i is' edI
A stiitinlie'r 'ir sitiz I, , ;i7' ts's in.ri,4 i t
is', ift, tsri t) itfit'' a I he1:1's all v mw! t o e'r s's mv'
ii 'ur' t lse'ry. arsid will roti It 4- affidlrvi ts tit
hil I,. ilsIl~i 1, v'A lI IPIe ,t I14-' -r' III s i''t 4-hi t 1)fi Fli
(#11 %, 1(#I L Si'!,ifs tsi' is, 5,,Io t
I .,t t i h-rs'lot, ;t lt 11!4. w !at 's'S' i c,stg' ofS
sI I li's S;i s io n -f toP Ill's'r',i' ;Irti ;u oti s
Ist'I(I, i~;sf barstrosom- Ii~: to IIIL-ori Ajt\
t fsil I Ill' 1114-4.1 ink, 'I vI ~ t5'l v i'l : -I -t i' t!
po n Sup 111.' SP t t i--f I Irt i~d :iyiss i I) st i ow
I II#, %kosSpi 1 1 1i lit I Sill r ic I Iz IIt I r I -t "f;I lid

6 or I i s,'t 51' li to .' IIII ,,'iiIs,' I tit5' ri
I it f i.,sf.' j"-I tl S t'I t iI -s !-.Is' i i\ ts I
Its *ittIII-v 1 .' .111, 4 111i .sst'lI ,SI s'I)f of iis
sjps ~ n,~ sj ~ t ''',I I'I, IIi' k '~S5 .5!)

,Senator Carmack, of Tennessee, says
of whiskey and its effects :
"The abumrd contention isn o.en
mrad.' that the abolition of the saJoon
would injuriously affect the prosperity
of a corrrritnity There are omie ar-
lvurti'ntM -.4 re'puvnunrt t, r a-oin that
S it'',' ,., r.i r n,'e'd the r-fl'.tation iof 'x-
I rir,,. e Wealth i4 irowsli'''d ly the
i. .t,'l ril ti.ai of thet tlhi .sil w hat-
,'.'t'r :ripa;iar- t he e r<'4etiv. .-.- otI both
rii atri n ,,Ir i, iv i-4 a lf stt r ',, -r sIt w'.althi
T"'hI t';l I l f|I vi ;i|!> th,' vu't14- r ;ii|'I, notlhl, In, t, |th, ,prosp ',r-
it ,"f 't i * i firi tfl un it V .' rIl lf"lS l 'f J *'.I s
' h itf W ho l'i t r tl ltt. I II fl. i rI, tV
i < in t''I rr'we, its ;tai'i, ar I -ri-
e* i ltI wI .I i 'Fiv ,.- hi i, f r' i St Ih li ?.si|,
iupion itif,' i- ', an. l ti,. lp op l h must
mri'. it It r'f,,,-rs' to bIts r<-forniw'l;
It irij- r. thi 'r'.for., G it. i pri'liairini'li by it..4 C lotii 't that it
,would ra'hfr dive tha>n oske.y thi. law. fi
dling .,. it ha si left but ',r' cour'p for
slf-re.,pec'tinj, and I: w-rsi-pctitng pI'o-
ipl.. 'Ihli whi,.key shop muit go.
The TTall.iha..,'' Truie, l)rni'wrat i-
very much worrie.id bhcau-,' (Governor
Brow ard will noit furnish for puhliva-
tiori :rn ti i 'rf izie, .stit enrre'nt of th+# funlrlsN
ru'c Ihs drainage csampniaign. Th' .Journal
l;ait week att rnp<-d< to i how where
thi wa. a pe.rMsonal, aii' not a Sta *'
tri;iir. is t the Tri'ue fmio''rat ryum
cari'l? ..' I' t that wat Irn a s (olurin
d'iitrimal h vonr.am s acil ;it the .lou.rial
arid rri;:sk*' inor- h' i v'ur' ai.g inr-t thi.
(;,,verinor ;rl il his w r'onsl' I, rif'. Fl'i;.';i
c',la .J ,urnal.
',ll rp ill tt' i t ' ." r l
5e H i s it i fil*'l t it i it il
1 4 oil w ill '<'; l 1,;: h.,,ll.t l ,t-.' ;tlll ':ir -
i e0'' iiiv ) 'II I I f h t 1-k isi r ft it t n-
t i' I i .i i i i
I.' I T *'] I 1t ;I I I l1,1 'I t t l \l It

;k I it

t itisiorpirif V the' boardi Iii r,'uisvs'Ithvir tr 4I'i i,tti't fI tll that Vi '- 11fI tIi";IstaI'
11 ;1 If V ss.' It .sI&( i II T Iif.,' .,Ii \. -I-. 1, 6 mv IIg.lII 11 rl

riVen ro)m in plenty after tne, n.'xr i ". ...... .... 1 s.l5 W,, wi! .-w, Iaiili, (;a.. ,lopor4q..,s 1 to
election. P 4',1s nil l Oimi men tak lethsir nairm' troim otv ,,i til., alei of whiskey, andI with
President S. A Rawl.. of the stat' t it wI ll a't ; her sIne*- of Tall,ihassvee'm
board of trade, has called a meeting at A f the i.tfition has been d, tat, ti,. lhi liient plains
Jacksonville, February h, foth, for the ad those who havetled t he iropr ap- iet diskourag'ed Tlah iurnte, arra-
purpose of taking up the problem of plic.ution are being st rcken from the bielle is well equipped in the liquor bun-
orpinfr tImmmiratinon to ) loridlp. A revised list After the board meetinK ineot antd can supplyy you in short no-
lro attndsnce i expected, and the' Tuesday the official ninutte of the tie'k with llI at ialiountL ,of "plain pack-
bolard will doubtle s formulate, a tme meeting will i puhlishedl and the lit I aes.'' ('arrabelleh Advertiaer.
boardwilldtubtlessformulant.esome revimiandactedupmwill pl I (;ranti'd. iut I wouul not advertise
suggestion as to the beast action toIbea ns revitesi and acted upon will appnbe that fae to ihe world The 'law-
taken by the letilati.re a a p-rtin thereof, it having |en ue- I t th, w. h. w
c i bt taken by the legislature giv all who esir furtherat a iding sit .ens if IAn t ounty may
Governor Broward, notwithstandlin opportunity to have their namnes taken make u t heir minid that 'even (arra-
the people voted overwhelmingly ,iT the petition. helle chain-liglting shall not come here
iralint any further attempt to drain A very peculiar feature of th.- ets to it' dealt out hy "blind tigers."
the Everglades, continues to prom'ecit' tioin i th.. small numlwr of ninne it There is a .mstron" 'wniment growing in
the work at an enormous expense to .e)tilatins of white hbutines nie n and of this contmunitl t o organize ill the op-
the tax-payers of Florida, and with the tb.,st colored eitizerna ponients to the whiskey tru'tit into a
money that the Itrialature intenrseli - ocity whop intend to make it their
shouldy ht the h.uihelturh,.s nt,. 'rhe TallahasMee True Demniorat thinks of mpire 'm to .>...esit all officers ifn enfoi-
should go to the public -hool ani for that Itaro would stand a better chance ing the lawi aInd caging b' th bhlind
hard surface roads. Vulusia county y of defeating Croom thati Melin. asnd it and wil ee-ope el-ye t Igern."
Rord.- discussing this matter iays: "O)e can- ...
jake appli^ati^on" t. the' "rd ti didate against Mr. 'room will it i. the, aim of B1rna C(o. to carry
enough to do the work Let Mr. Mcl.in I on. the, i.,.t raneS r' gtol.os, and
have your name taken from the peti- rest on his oars, and bring forth an-. thole that as, w..rrin Ltl to )(IvV .iti.-
teon. If you do not desire to have It re- other horse for some other good cabi. fact i.on. ai t hI I.e' I. conomy in i.m\-
main thereon. A copy hap been made net position." What luiition or pori. trgl intiisr ngeits a ny ypr.'pe'. "I
tions in the cabinet dsh,. Ithe Trute I )em-
of It, It as being revised as names aret ourat winsh to put new t men iot' 'en a-
ooming off, and of course will li printed rola .Journal.
with the official minutesof the meeting The True Democntt is. not out in the If Y ou
Tuesday. Can you afford to have your candidate.-makins. i,.,is s, .nd it you IA V O.
name remain thereon. Re-niernlie r it it have kept a itloii w ilt bl oin 4r lt.inii-*.
up to youI and it sitemri yeou avs roh M.ly. a .
Yenterdey governorr lIroward did the' you nmut h.veI noted I ht we hl l.,' I.e, An
expected, in that he appointed his I'ri- very particular aoi li tI Ii t ll.I i. I l''et' ing
vate Serretary, J. Emrnett Wolfe, to pe rftestly willing that other t>. tp'psIs ,s l't 1' i
the Judpgeship, made vacant recently ihoiud hivea I monopoly rII ,f i i t. Wt, h>ave t by the resignationof JudgeK ('i'lter. ai',l no I-'is M nal e' then appointed Mr. Augulittuse lrown, a inilee Intlehnit wtiho now ihoi.s do\in I wel. 'l'li'' C is a Ifek ot'
of Duval, his Priviate .'Secretir\ The thet State position n itl a.ef hiiiii tgi t lnt l('l'VlS i 'lsll'tr that,
True Democri t has noi right ianl li's mi l e' > ndstllh;ales t lo tlke' Ili.'' 1pin th. t .
not reKister a pret't ., fo' r , fotr lat wf we I a ve to the e othl i r e .tl i ,,rs san. d h.l e i <'('gti le(' I ll iotil()ll. ( 'oil-
are concerned, it made alisolutely eno l'otoi|1 We, will statee. Ihw, a'ei. Ihat j IlUlt ly- Vol ;Ill' \I 'lak,
difference. We heop,' Its 1th appoint- when we think i b1t1 I.,s't I iirl simust-, woril-Olt, 1i'VIIS, irl'it-
ments will satisfy Fl'loti liit.tn e nerirlly blhhI it, n fi'or i4n1 if thint ,- n1,inliont I. *I( ', ('lll1iot. l(h'(l' lit'vet'
Now who will e ei std e thr (e C'n we w ill lsuplIitt Ihni \\ ** elrh i\ l, '
S Iv( ada 'll-il ,i.i-,.slill. 'tO '.
vict Inspector, from winsn thi ie'.itie' n 111'' n IuttliI pre'' n'tl l ot .,ls hi. out t-.
"hueh.'" h lved. hi.s ltihel., uefuih,...s and ht.thit the "I 4tlMs tthre is IS llt sidll-
s hpeo|>iele ofle Floni wihul'i .It w sll tIo ?"r- t ient. uli''Ve forl't tl kteep '
Hoew much better it woid tel for the teeof them uit. Mr. M, l.n native ll at-
state of Florida and to, he.r people if 1.1,s n1 st te oit, l, t.e'w m- h\ 1 i n- i i
all that money the governor is ..Il.- nd-" te nht low th(il to perform t he(ir
Ing in dredges and cutting ditchhe. we Mr. Iaerc- in t u thte natural ifunctions. DI )r.
expebnlid for hard surface roads aed livce mentioned, asni we..- .ll t.elieve he, Milte' Nervine rest<)res
forth pubic school Th ov r can and will efat (Crom.should health because it restores
has been at It now for over-a year, and he center the rac against him. tih lnr neOrv 8 tlrergy.
not five miles of diebes yet dug. with t.. hatve tn ek for a. yar.
an expenditure of nearly $I1BO,0O of The Sumterville Times presents the dM4 not know what wasp e et
the people's money. FW the governor name of Hum. 1) It. Baker, of the W tp me.' trUl rfa; .'r. 1
to earry out his parent plans for drain Twentieth District (Sumter and Marion hard of )r. Mltle' Newv I pro-
cured a bottle. and before I had teik.-n
Ing the Everglades would cast the tax counties), lor Pr.sident uof the State half no It I was better. I would lisve
payers of Florida at east I,0OM,00,. Senate. had tlnw otu protmitleeto Ift I had not
~pay~rs of Worlud_ at Iet 8 .0.o Snnae. ot this miedwe when I did. I con-
....Wben the legislature meets -I The atoc of *sring and summer low to taki it a.l In wal entirely
ApU It will evvldetlt stop the internal quarter a fir both men sad wo wolef I hav e a rSee lls.end they
[aJ... mmt hn~nt MM pied L n men, now frr!6d by Bums A C., ea W bave ll thansked4 jete 4ftm w tor
not be e tx deorsty. lecouot, du- l R ae e
off of the people mo ney IIn that rabllity o ish. and p ries a ithia w o st
vsrslis drase a see.- The ... reach of of7 LA 1 e Nosere s
I .hsii~ ~ei Sg~ -, e ,e., ,nweI, w .m *
v f Dr. J. 1111111. U111,11 left as Thsl.-G =
bt the paa day an y for an extended a to etrI Isa I
iMrtUf LN .^.N* '* JVtke-- vibe.. Tmps and at smee-in

7or InfhtU and Chfldt.

The Kind You Have

Always Bought

Ig Ib

ness and iest.Coistns nelidw

Optumorpabuine nrK-r

Aperfect Remedy for Conslips-
lion, Sour Stoniah,Diarrtme.
Worms,ConvuL~ions .Feverish-
ness and Loss or SLEEP.
Tac Sinik eSitnatture of

~.~~tA 'qlose u


Bears the



For Over

Thirty Years

w as esnese soaPeov. *miw voen sv ,


lhe (ireatc-t Triumph of the Century,
and declare it MaNrr lesome, Tast) dnd Nutritlous than any other Bread


Fruits and (roceries,

ITA 1, 1,A H A SS EEj,






Dr. M. F. Gourley Propr.

TatWheoee, Fl.


Meals, 25 Cents.

Lodging, 25 Cents.



I'a \.> r I,,, ; :>. i, "(. t tr -

LiKe a Letter from Home. Charles Dana Gibson Atain.
\ .,,, i (;jn I I ',,,. .th. -f e A rrericiin artist
.M | ih (, ,i 1 I ,. .il r' i* t e' I public as& thu creator
I ,. l K ,,', n ,, *I ,,* t l .;,>utif' l intI exclusiv t. set of
iI hi n . I t i i t> lift' dA. '" now (>t'ng given away
I i .,r,, .' l, I .Ii lr, i ,'lNt. w : N w York Sutr ay W world. It
uv, l t.r >i to., r ,h njn, ; ,, I t,, he,. r,'. "-. lrki. hle how nstch a thing can be
S .th..t it. I .t'. l'. l.n l ,r f, ,m d n'-. 'l'hi. extra cost of art palwr. fine
.'. With knitsdt- r4.rI, fr t I l printing. &A... i. a.s nothing compared
,, i ,, i- to t he great price this artist is known
fill \FA, f F ,, I (-' t. charge for his work. But this has
not .Itopped the World The pictures
A Stich in Time are to'autiful. and are beinR given away
with ev ery Sunday's paper.
will ,11',' ,ine. Sn will i sIittle of Bal- .. . ...
lard' lior,otind Syrtim atlwo.v keCt on The Limit of Life.
hand save nummv a sp"ll of Pit.knesi A The most eminent medical selentist.
Aure Celre flor 'totlhi. r' i. -Bronmchoi'i are unanimous in the concluslap that
nnd Who&wsiori ('oviirh Mr-s S Hot the ener**y aeeoted aceepted Nmita-
Springs. Ark writes : "I i.evp hot- tion of human life ei many ywm below"
tip of PHnilnrd'- nr..hno,,d Svr'in in the attainment pomible with the ad-
mv medicine cheat-, artnd th i6, my fore- vance-d knowledge of which the race is
thowrht many tim.. I' hats frevi teld now osee. The critical period
many severe severe mpells of .6ek ness that dtermines its duration seems t
S-I..I. be between 80 and W0; e prop erar
--i -- *g "A MU of the body -- to.o str a y my A. c ,reasW.M t. m
I am now In the market pourhasinw a bein fatal to ity. Natrw bebt
ear 1ed of od h b and mules, elp afer to e .the
whei wil av In Tala ase absot aesmtik tite uu that
Pehmry 1th Wait amI see them em i an of the lody. OuMaea
W.*~ rwVe0.04W O I wi*ll h>. *wf i 'aJ I durgwai W. ea. *
a1sk "d wl maoe ib t erSsti 0 for l .-.-WI
I asm A. Asmunssws. SeJoVW t*e l fOw Job P .rillag




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im4".14mum, .
Culeftsa Sdem- Lecture .
The lecture last night at the opera
house was interesting, and a very large
audience of Tallahassee's best citizens
were present and enjoyed it. end Judge
Charles B. Parkhill introduced the Lee-
turer in an eloquent and most pleasing
manner. Having heard so many ex-
pressions of a desire to read the lecture,
we publish a synopsis of it in this
week's issue
Rev William P. McKenzie. C. S H.,
of Cambridge, Mass., who lectured
at Munro's Opera House last
evening, was educated at Upper
Canada College. and graduated from
Toronto University in 1884 During I
the Riel rebellion in the Canadian North-,
west in 1885. he was war correspondent
for the Toronto Mail. Four years later
he graduated from Knox Theological col
lege, and after a postgraduate course'
at Auburn Theologica Semina ry, was
ordained by the Presbytery of Rochester
N. Y. After serving in the ministry
for four years, he withdrew from Pres-
bytery and in 1895 resigned his position
as instructor, in Eng"eb literature and
rhetoric at Rochester University, to!
enrage in Christian Science work. In
1898 he was appointed a trustee of the
Publishing Society and a lecturer. and
had the priviledge of instruction from
the Discoverer and underr of Chris
tian Science, Mrs. Eddy. in her class of
that year.
Resolautons on the Death of Niss'
Henrietta Chaires.
Whereas, It becomes our sad duty to
draft resolutions upon the death of an- ;
other belove(dI mimnber of our tHome i
Mission Society. At our last meeting
dear Henrietta was not present to an-
swer to roll call, for she was not, be-
cause God had takenri her.
Res ilved, Thilwt we hav,' lost a worthy
and honored mnerniMr oft tie llotni
Mission Society. Sht, wa- fdaithul to
pt rformin every duty a- .-,A sc w it and
time permitted.
The call to her across ;he wit,,rs was
suiden and unexpected, but sh" came
down to the river bank and cro'svAd
over to enter the palace of her King,
hearing naught save the voice of the
Son of the morning singing out clear t
and tweet, "Fear not, when thou
passeth throu,,h the waters I will b
with thee," and now in His present e
she realizes the promised "fullness of
Resolved, That we sorrow and feel
deeply the loss of our faithful member.
The Darting may be brief, but long or
short she has just gone before, where
doubtless she is the star angel for
loved ones left standing on this earth's
Kesolved, That a space in our record "
book be set alart to the memory of our
deceased sister, Henrietta Chaires.
Resolved, That we tender our heart-
felt sympathy to the bereaved sister
and relatives, and that a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the family, and
also one to each of the local papers.
Mas. W. L. Moo. 4
ive. PFrm the leM ntalans
Ballard's Snow Liniment is praised for
the good it does. A sure cure for Rheni
ma oam and all pains. Wright W. Lov-
ing, Grand Junction, Colo.. writes : I
used Ballard's Snow Liniment, l.,
winter for rheumatism and can rconm
mend it as the best liniment in the
market. I thought, at the time i %
taken down with this trouble, ha' i:
would be a week before I cou.d g t
about, but on applying your linin,.-nt
several times during the nijht. I was
about in 48 hoursand well in threedays." I
For Rest.
Large, furnished front room for rent.
Modet n converiences Apply No. 7
W. Clinton ti. 48-t


for it hastens eyo 7 Fb
There is Jut oue thn th matter
with a eron who has bee sick-
t-" 1 wk"
TO ~t9eB people thwo vewtitywe
reoommend our dollseoms eod liver
Nmatl, Vicl O as the very bet
erateor for otualaemsIt
i setnathens the igetve re .

dqofssa Niytas utao
.e m&. Tele mems at a1 m
Sm m t hAm e a
weeb bm *asss$ e I
Wbd DmCspW

MACON, GEORGIA. Established IMS.



sti -- i WE WANT OU TO

MANITFAC('TI'itI .n F ANI 18\1.l.\| IN" I [..
Price.s and Specithiatns tipn lRe.iW,,, 's. iR TV FW ITH US. .

.. Office in Marine Bank Building.
(Successor to A. T. Rolins, 103 S. Monroe St. T'allahassee. Florida.
1DAR 1I Kinds of Fresh Meats.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery. I !ww^^^^^ ^www^www ^wwwwwwvw f
Rinf up Phone No. 283.
Your Breakfast, Dinner and Supper a Sircess when Ordt-ring
Meats from my Stall. I k A I "' A A


IP. 0. BOX 210


.1. M. SAIAls.


General Builders and Contractors.
Repair Work and Painting
Buildings a Specialty.

Contracts for work in the country
solicited and satisfaction in all lines


JU '-h

New Constant ine Hotel,



The N


/ery Best, Service at aI
Reasonable Price.

C W. DUVAL, Mgr. and Prop.1


A Cap'ef White Heas* or Blue Label
Neca and Java Celee
0s what goes straight to the heart of
every man at breakfast time, and every
one knows that only good grocers keep
good coffee. We take special pride in
our brands, as they have made our
store famous Just as good a the ooJ-
fee we sell are teas, which principle
hoklA good throughout our entire stack.
We sell nothing but the beat of food
products those we have tested our-
selves, and so can stand by them.
:J W COI.LINs, Grocer.


Dealer Ip


Stoves, Tinware, Wagons,
Carriages, Plumbing

and Plumbers


builders and Mill Supplies and Sporting Goods.

Ihv s .t lu r t' f[r

and .get

I ; i (-(-,;I v,- I -k -,~


h ave' so.ile S '( 'vI a I i 11) %I tt Ii

RCugs and Iron [kk.

New 1urniturc fioH ():'I
it trial andlb-I ikkCtfiflced.

a ;1\V'



J. E. TIHEUS, Propr.



Don't have Your
At the Mill.
I I uild thim undtr'r
ttndire(s and build
miior e every day.
For prices write
W. H. Adkinson,
P. 0. Box 4.


Cottage for retS, 4posite Mr Sax-
on',. Apply to \ '
49 if Mrs.o s. D). WII.oN.
A new way to run a "blind tiger" in
said to be as follows: You enter the ti-
r's piece ft business and And a hat
ianr oen the walL Plae some money
-Ier own hat, haag It up, and then
a s ff with the other hat. In short
Ome return, anmd if tM "doie" i, not
hdme, a wae will get it for you. Of
m.mi 0ma b w money ehangw o
iNR* -UI A %-L O )l DIMM@M%*


Choice Fresh Bread
and Rolls every day
for sale by the lead-
ing Grocers
and .

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ex -:1 CIL".



JOHN G. COLLINS. ?sblisha.i
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*4 w llii ilcitu ,-i w ili .iii tuil t r.i. Mi tin t ill ini ', |s.ir ',Il t, Iha t v.te -, h '..! l its o< '
e 'V l. I si ni1 A 9Ill I i i t i V, | \ I 1 l it o i t hey Ii' te k for 1114 fro i .1 itihCt i "i t ,iih Ciisti .I- us4 ht i alhil
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hi t H ii im i t t in a h r m l, hi IIi ., -witll, I ,,i Itiitl I. gh' ood c ii ,- frtoin G (o ;ii d r iiii i rI IM t l i1iii inll .i-l a, l iil mi, lit% um l hat Ini 1111't n i 4 i 1otl hurt inll ,vtork hI t, did th. tltlv h rl'nhl'ra n
,ihyi 'Il |>i iiel i sia l ot iil I i n lii 1 1, 1, li ri t d I i 1 ,\ titVl'r m 'en i'n ilr1tr to l l fitligMed M rs, ' d li.ii.l, i iitl ret.liflii O, I M, li h.w ri t ll ''i Ite he f.tct l thIai i t i l t o en' f c'.. I ,Ku', ..,esa rI.,l t rt, ls i,- otrvl iiz.ld thiI.,
t' oo l ile id t oliti i fi, ti it ii nithtliv w ,rlh,. ** li iihd 1 to inflexleil I'riciple, 'h;an i l,'l I1i,0,4,, kilnd o riani zed I ,; church '"il,-
tile) t .*i tn 91 Ihi9llk thi Ilie. 'i.,,i l d.,i | ,il i its, lI it g i sat vi r l provi' ilin K 9 t *,, itt'l eii m'i ,at tih' word muiad
.w t Itr.l l t l' ll l ll' Ii. i I., . -- for th Iur., thlll- ho in w,,. ,i, o iur iMaster. l hh should re
fn-h, h o infr. t. i i I t l I' t n I ti 1u Ith e t the trutl lul,. t it living i ,t(h p i mitive ( he ir innity i nd its
lofa iMee r.41 s t -1'4. 1.i e st 11' |I-cli t. l'. tV AN<' H\.4"M II.' h1t l. ..n l tl of ht l r H. ilo-
o ll 1 ill i ill i l I u )l iliic 1 41 .l I' litti 'e )'i l. t II.I rItrtuhlitlIt, li i hits t it n I d its
Hif f ll t Il'll,. i i', iliie i 111 ll' to lt Sh-.i l tlhlre i lii- i iiat' f il.%l n'0 It. 1.it Ii'- 9l1' the w is gici i totl il H
Si.lkl, nl,., l hlI \ | >,i, i I te i l , l,. lion r.tl' I rding the .i l r'lla i- ll nl Ill t t by t' i lii 'l ti' le
vimp..I, (f < i;od t it l i inio ,i ,. i lh .an t to ii noi'iw o f .in all error, <..i>Hiilde r thI,, t l d-li r ,r niim etd by th, n <. thst title

I Ii.I' (lu ilsIi 'C, I ieII III'*4 erI IaM 9 I-b l i
i t ,.lld .k 1 11tili n f, or'ilnfr it, I ,l i i p.,, vtiti..toted ifriVi sil V l y ,,l.isn.l ti Ow i'il libIc t Iworkers %Ith1 oi rllrag ,
**4',,t W ild III that lit llll i i i i.' ll itl Il i x|r,. their d strtilr t i, d ViIln w ili- Iw h e' i.i hI'll haVrk rA II til '11a lg illnand
1i11l iil vl v il 11l i. ii i rt Th ll( nl Th' MatIr f9r ined I iit tor i' ";'I" 1 l.m hi s ave.r t.ii a1 in and
aii,'It i f th ni. imtion i it ;i wasli ;-,1 th dih-. l .phn., who a ifid ito hiln " .,.i ti.h o t1in l iit-, llm i t'takes 14ia. lr tlhlt clnflu a
t. *, i < l l .lt.. ., v -ii "II, si t l v ii o i i i w s ion into t r; pr iitive church. M ay
lilt1 1 .ll1h e' ,i il.l hi 1 h 111 n h. Spiiri t, wei ay to the I .1 iily Fail th el w -*' 1 lsle l .t t healit ministl ry t' inlor
Itiol i I nlvi',''i h.I ll ,t .ui'it d I htVi l,.nd i .s noilt Ill .> .t.ol t'tlilli l ( l ',r iirll-.,'ImI A. hl.i lint' n li.Strvil 'n ('r* i
>iim. ial,~ \1l. i ,i i ii ,, 1 n tli ll th r ;I,. uI,-), Iiut liver ul rl'ii ivl Soi It I i. h ll t'i tonlul h9l sli i bi
l4'l ,' 9 9Jil 1 'ii\ 1 I-1 i t hi "i' It i c i. (. 419 11' 1i 1 4 % 'IuN iil i' taiti ll'.i'S t I f i l l i I i 't 's l i t hI l l' ,illmd l tI t-' ,utii Jl' h tai n d l tii l
w .th 4h..l #. i.... on 11. tt.i,.tho gh it rtators r.ua l f thr p itit(on aI It I Chri, t Jet u healed tho. sick, irfi. Ot
Ilt I to1' 1t 1 |,''t'l. % .in i lll ',i4 oi ; ; l 'd 1h '.v hi t it 1... rli t f or us to it.. l 'i, 11 .I l c firt d che lis-
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hiL I.,ot l t.tIit 'lhal ,t1 t l .i io f I.iiI l l and l th'is wI re in lprayetvr foi r I'-,it d, if h .si ,,l. Iroy edl th., w- ,rki of PlON
'l pri, est an i.,th liat 'alh .ro If i im l., phl.' iih- iix' im ptien fr'nii t. r- l...il vi l a l litili to iciplehI a likew, is,
v11 4.' fiSh.n tie.i i l ..,I tII .i (lt- il,' 'I I i. s t.noC< ,. thil there in g. iiO tlim lr't .' ofn.I i i i is, I ll t I i n e 1,'t i i''klli Is t foll ow -
nauili ', Wiy thei, I nr i n 7 t' it il\d% oif t1n,11.. a "1. l no Ill sayil i t ih oti1 an "Thins ia t l lom -
f.r n. 1 i,,. ll ,'1 .'i t I i I .it,, '"lit v I l ie I l ; t.Iml d. I T m i... ,p .i o, f I hi r ai ri. k. a.1i, "tiki ,,''. ,, Ai
\il v l.ruvl< /< il, I l, 1 1 I tl.' l i1I , lt llit. G od' (; d Io, lit is 9 c'a. r l i t- t n r Ito' w v u.' tli l iihfr 4 1 h t tv t I v'Clo i l toi l tW e '

due t l t a el t hr o lT m |' hi S m a i .* 'h*t thi- tt i a" j *f event y u hr and'ler-
pow er,1 a1nd lfoo u hl\rtl l, ha e t ries tniiit- uith -1r te n atl tetth' i n fi i si y u hi ti tIly hflotoe;to hLltl-t iNlr-
.itll". dh. ois- f I' tl i., ll. L.snl, ln. with r L,,. If i w.rl trlti- \ cui ofr i- c- illk,' V t thAL thi rt in"
their 1. I l l .ii'll, iv , t, i, M l l. ..w .1 lih w i. 'x- .'llt floil (: "I "i illtle ll"" 1' -i n i (ihrI.l til M ll
thlle ins rutIbl plit on l ii illa- ld it, l til t i i \, l 1 ilt i. .* iti rl IhI l ville, t i. o tn i yi I t r l' t
11 it I. ,v i, I"lv I l ,I l l l otit 'lit 14-1I11, h'.1 (04 1,po t iil icltld> li tl d wW, h:4 il, nt spo ll, ,ii f 44 '1 i rapid
d1 l'h,1 : |it r I pa ll ? 'I l N d i %f', ,i si ik r,, .I, '1,11 t. il't t il4,t ,l < k ,,i thi t11 ,' ,r* ,,f 11i t ,I r \S ii: ,, n tII r,- ] L
'th e i. whsn t il il io m 1liw n eiho.l u.l tr W 4d w' iillt t it. oid '. If this t ',( l r. I t nite m itituilde l alrl ;i a hescal
of rt lo iluire of iHiit li adh r i .I, > \, I. ,,. itid w I.si not d ifri t i tli t' oj iand iy lle-rn of i t he e .A in thet PN
trui'iimity? Today "is ils ufretd How ,a lw ." tho prov-d y hi Anh.-i hg, 'n ll)iltgim.o y io tilling,, or A fr,',n the ia lt*e v n (ot tili ili r1i d e 4 neli tM he p l \I \ a ten tes\os- dslic'it lro t evi a ill l it l 1 wir lmltitui ti ut s iti.'thinlr r
S 'Ili i it ni .1 1 'ient ill. 'lldit t-a l' I*l. Ii1 1 1 hlli oi r iotuall n r rIal t in tproMi r f i Ii Is I' O uitld about the it ader tof
11i114ifi'l 9il iicurbhle iill '.,K '' ll 1 1 hi II i alt w it f.( liww tihe gnlitdl n. f t I 'hhristitn Science movement., lnt.'
would imply that there r, evils wi% is I pt1S il. Th. hli Pah i tl0nil nu1 ndii t o it i-t aItIK1, all thing iniruportant to)
Koiod cannot overcome I\&.tii whtii he a.nd "Thou krt mny (, whith bring rui lti 1 to lhol t 1i 4 1id il S ,1 1 S 1ii 1t is .>H, 4 Itad 1 it till w y %%. h r niu s ln iid ervi' e to) I liankindl
due Ui lack of integrity illn otiherl ie of upiriVl'ii1m t'hltsian i Scienc-, ilmt nothiiing prevent you from iunder- Re r
broadly do-0 iAibl'd a>n actl of I'rovident-., t.e-achih lllthi ti eternal Principle u11 lt.l..idifg lhatl aniong the betw-icf oir-r of l*i
When man conemnplhte evil expr.iig di.rlying aill ii lhty i, (zool, hence all Ithe ilt power. and ood unprovedi, he trie u ftornis of evi as truanrlient and fulle v you have. Hler elrteas consicratliun NE
satisfr himself tlihat thi is in line with conception". existing- ilcause of rve- enabled hier to discern dil-- Brience, .
the inmacrutable plan of Godt, and that owitition,. 'et having not real being. aind her love for humanity Impelled her Cluim
the rampant is somehow asihoomlmater When we ay thtt ( ood constitutes to demonstrate it in healing the sick toit m
for our virtue. The philosophy of con- all reality, this its quite different from and to teach it The text-books, O tit
tralst is also urged. How are we to any theory which says. "All is good," SCIRncK AND HKALTH., teaches the o.
Value hne.t.y 4if lye do not help us; 'ani then tries to assuciate evil with unIMrIat truA, tbet her wnfwrags I
iiia I.. f e i A-L #it4 bn* riality by calUi it the minister of make us acquainted with the author,


>mpt Delivery.


Telephone 32.


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snemtructed aceordlag to the latest taprored methods.
MID Work-Maaufaeturers of all kinds of rough sad d A Iresse
dlag. stair rails, bahustes, porch column, brackets, masitels irttt
W gable ernamoeat aad turned and eoroU we at ev.Ty darl
Br 1ok. ULme sad Cameat tor sale.

All orders will reoelve prompt
r Alrt lase la every particular.
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Prices reas mbla
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Al W'nw 'V.r Livery Stables.


Under New Management.

A V 11 1) !
50 per cent of your Shoe Bill by having
A.. R .\VIN I-0,i
your 1 ,[ots and Shoe<4. First Class Work. Satisfaction guaranteM.
Algo we have in connection with my shoe business the
i, Dyving and Pressing. First-Class Workmln do this work. Yorw old
de new-for little money First-Clas Tailor Repairs and Makes Clothes
Old Panamn Hats Cleaned and Made New. No fake.
342 Clutooa St.. Tdq* mNo. 275.

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how be grateful for the ease of health good, so that the all of sense, a con who has taught by example as meh n
if it be not of rh.t by di4o age ? Thin glomerate of good and evil, maybe as by precept; and earth's best bleo Iw Econo y Pence I
lead toj far. if the action of error in in named good. Nor in the theory either ingfas the inspiration givtn by a holy
ny way conceived of as having place Christian or scientific which flippantly life. In ancient Jerusalem they stoned If you intend to do Fmc-
in the plar of incliiude in that plari all lh< workers of examination of the cr. in-. of evil. or men have assailed with brute unreaaon me before purchasing.
iniquity. If lying lips wer-i oidairn 'd to coneteAt v i'h them; f',: thits also makes thows who exemplified good. Perhaps am General Agent for
t iach us to value truth, the.' rouitld not men I. ., i i- the s cv;i-t, of evil in you have heard the clamor of misrep- am lene of e ert -
thirii b'- "aIn ,rlioination to th. Lord." th-e iarm of gspoi. When one scien- rementation regarding Mrs Eddy; If so, the sale of thekw m m
If t it ioni by rr..-ti.ng .fotlii, that tificaily declared,. "Good i4 all," he what do you think of her patience for Fence and know it to ee
V !I'row Iii ira'., then hle1i.l -, i lht- must f iae the arroirgat and importu- well-nigh forty years, during which the ver"
iiiari I)% whorn th, ofth'-nc.' ,t ilh nft- .claims of evil ari ,overcome them. she has shown her love and good-will
t.ls','d hb, Ahai;a, ii' .l'zJe,'0l l .1d liHe must sci,'nifiiallvy xplorp the ram- to those who were malignant in their' BEST and
bI Anaiiii.i lIl, .-:l. tI- s ri'r l itr 'l .Ili- iti(catious of ft'als,- be';ievinK and of self-inspired hatred? I do not know
,i.'. Illi' h.- w'' i- io t I l.hl.-..i. false' teactinrg wh'r,'h\ godlessness is of one bitter word spoken in resent- UH E PE.S
Wi.... w1 . "1;lI, .-''I 1.. he ti .ht root,'-l in the mind, iof men, anfd must ment against persecutors, and any one
Sr iOtt n ', ,;. f .I tsti l.,'," w, # (nr"ot every ilarit that the- Heavenly ean understarld that only the rule of
r' ,> i 'O 4t i i'i 'flti'ih I',onii Ir'1.14 '-, F r.iat.i r hath not pl..rt .. liHe musu t be "that .same m iind which was also in ('an ti built for less than
'.i I.'?,I t 0i #.' ( 'ri.-tilan nlrout h in ti e I 'procei1 to re- ('hrist .Je'us, eina le.e a human bein 15i cents a Rod.
It .. I, l 1 .. '*i -. '. -, r i t n t i giin oi l for i.vi!, id .-Jvrv f)or curs- ntot to ri'vilh agaiti w ih n reviled, hut
ii,,i,. r.. . i. t, ,4 Ih:n i. 11 l r, i pr, t i> nir, ett' revi I w il. h platior'', to d(o good toi those who hate. If to the ll
i ' .. .... r '- anr'l 'ifriiflrrili' i. ...l.:fi<'...'. Ior thii, uiithankful atnd hostile slit' is con-ist- 111 0 1 b e rts ,
i ', ... .*,Ii, i I.. M :. ,!, i h.i l i :- I r,* ; iti- :,;O i ,i- ll l k inl the n w hi r tl n flo,,w ,f
,, .. ii i ,, ,,.91 p :. , f l ,'' 1 ''ii ul-will is uiib.trul cted it it m s to SAIE.S AG\ NT.
o i, . . 11., i ;FlI I ,, i,, lii' t a iire iative anl inspiration as they
, ,, .' ,' th 'iutv of ('hi istian chit racter it-l t' 'itre\ile-, - Floridi.'
.i # 'I 1 1.9 i'1 h" hT i '' -liitole'd un i "d'l i' Tie purpo<.' of love is to
.h, .,n .. 1 1o .-I i[ I i ri kt' il'4 oijtject livaubl'. M ris. Eddl ,
to ol i' .( i, i l, ,,i ,i,, i : i i 'l ll W the i scoverer' arid Fou Ie r of ('bri.-
f 11.9 99 IF .-r , t h. h i l i, i -. f, lI.' .i i |' ,ii I'. -'l.-I ly V h.a t t tS 'rc('(, (,x rjir's .4s t hi-s -ens l d J en se
Sfrn', : i. 't 10 1A < i D Ff e D Ferrel
",d, I t ,, i,, i, 1, i .,V ,r, .la .., h:t ,iitot ,love univi I'lll iin i I lth h ,evident lde--
Iris pI, ,, f. ,,f ,, i,,,r if t il w ih .% Iih ,hlit-,vi iil I&.. t u. I ,ll u Il 'll (that Iil r t,inkirtl may be taught
,l i ,,w,. ,,1 .1... i ." with uh l ld o n' f. ,rl,,rs wort r to. e irs. .s man's ,irui ntulit n inl th WHII WHRIGTI dndLACKSMITH.
viro l, ,, I1,I ; 1a `ni. -i with wr.,i -' .I s l r ,. (, Il(,s.,cI likeness of (God, who i.s Love. Those
lioll if' i1 ,,i, 'i*T,. kin An of teithIti l t h'i..... > -ri.-t !if-' i'. "t.llishi.d wi, b it ,ini v ',1% w rthiness of her miotive\-, the integ-
(;,,,.l,, .. .. r l,,, h'i rii t 'il |i,|.'" po tin ;: til f' I hi r itv of her aims, and the trele ss inilu. generall Repair Sho ,.
,r ,,i,,I ... ; *r... r,in of fith i ur. I i th try of her life W he.n other's be'ouri e
;.,a'.>. ts f.,r ;.11 (hb-I- l nri- tini,, ha wake to their influences Iv which thi Horse Shoeing by an cx-
S.' i i ,t.i .i ,,rl .by 1 ti r ro,;i'" d l. h.' t aild bh- hrave ee'tn bles-). d, they will appreciate pert who has had yeiar-s
lit ,.n 'A, l ,in ,it.'.i .i l, ,', ri- h i '..i'" irl inity r .,i,',rii~e th e n inrid ove the one whoo h n th. 1 pi- of experience.
411114,, %011, 1 --,li tip1 1 a 1 I >.. he &,t,,urt 1 d 11 ,4 ,, .L of t t i.it servarit arid friend of ni- ,. ;andxc
larti of ii ,t-i h ii ,I ..' wI ,i, h ti. ,i ,tlli. tru ilila rin lht, ai, d. i l',il. i I rn' wfnti- 'rll "rise. u innd call nhdir tiei'-.t'd."' _
ill 'i i l'.j' i ,lr l' |i titlI In llin 1 lfl1'irw ti'|i n ilt.h Ve l ntt l 01," V 1'il >l 1. Ili),. ... . .. .. -. #
Ilta li 'c .lr 4 iiiiii i Ili A ti lo It bth .. v i,. t ;14-i, tis] w ,orld '%'k- r i '' it:- d i 1-<|',Iii t -1, 0 li ft t i 111 1 1i f ,robl' w4t .l i is I
fivity of t< i.H ,ro-rl tlit ', !ii.ld Mornrn I,- doubts, weary oiv iof ftis, vrii'- of it , "1,tacl IIAT''.'., multil,, Mi 7A portion of the p public
liv' itt,.li;h; t

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Don s s t u sant to start a bank account.' Wou.d'nt vy a like to have one of these little im-
prtvid o j.o.* t I s ,;s Ie a.ks tot l'eipi,.ou to save you nk., and dimes? It is so arranged that
you can dt i .*-,- I ailf a dollar or snmlhler coins. It is ,f a i;.<, convenient to carry in the vest pocket
or a ladit i.do Ilaj. It is alwa.y.- ieady to help you i t-ist tlhe temptation to spend money. We
want an r tunt w ith evrybodyinl this viintuty.
We fuinisih one, of tl ese hunks free to evtrvvyont w -h will deposit one dollar and promise to
open an account with us within thirty days from reteeipt of bank. The e banks are delivered to you
kloked and can only be opened by us
You would b" surprised to'know how much money N\ ou can snIv' in five' \at's byv taking care
of ,',our s.nmll change and depositing in a sa ings bank
It is ,' ,t w s> to *Hnve money by keeping it in the I.ii-w. 1 eeauie there ,langer of loss by
-. s 'ti n i.. 4 rd Itside. it ;s not no w king :. ihing I i it l; it with u :,t t is earning Somme-
Ihiing. \ I .* "( e ct.nt inter.t.i ,rn ill ileposits of (liift l)n ,ii ) r and wari i' trest lperiodis :tre
first days 4< A1.ril and (Oclober
Helo, i. tive. t'l.'H shw';r 1 ( \ w -ait:ng:s will st h tr ilate n i fi\ \a r ,imnputtd (on it la-
sis ., 31' 13 ,k i j (i\.Q in li 0 a. r, al t A t r ctlt ilitirest.

14 I .- ail's.
for .' years.
tIl ." years
for 5 years.
for ."> years
for years

Ain't del)Ositel.

4691. rO
7 S 2.5.

I 'lt lr'st tai'nti .
11 14
27 h;'> -
M; 42
.). 70.
..- 111.40.

'Totail atul't

50212. 12
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Porcit mvobc.J for)

The capital stock of the saivii bank is $2U0.mt).00( with indlividal delsits amounting to
A.'A o. 321. I I#
Your business with us will be held strictly confidential.
Call and g't one of these little banks while the supply lasts



C. X: LXWIS, VicePresideubt.


LOCAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS. Mr. W. E. Tucker, representing the
- International Corre -odndence Schools
L)r Atmnstr( yak(.-s his next vi.it ,of Education h.K Mail, spent several
here in personV!u( March 4 5 51-3t das in Tllahuse this week andi manad
lion. W. A Blount. ,f l',acI the T rue D)emocrat a pleasant visit.
Hon. W A Blount, o n" tact,'acrolii. )
has been among his .warm lTalahahsev. For that co( i or 3 rp3 iu ours, ti
friends again this week. wa ys tei ateic ti '.r 2, ent. Lm ir. a
Hon. S .1. Hilburn. of 'Ilatka. wa, street P-)hon~ *.. ;.
on legal busing s'.-' at the .ai'ital the first ree .o ..) ,
of the week and made th." True tDemo- esr John I t 1leit mr,. iote i Monticallo a
,-tat a very pleaant vi bet business men. visited Tallahassee
T t S l r is i il the fir.-t of the w,,k.
That superb ispl of g ,tihf in tr he ,,
Window ot Nuits r ', .." ,.l, ..nipi Mr. and Mrs. .i,. Tii'.' Anrl Mr. lull.
window of t uB uo.* I' *ld ne : eupt e r n t i st
any one to st in arul leave. their < ef "l t. 1:' 1 ity the wirst ek
order for a spr g suit. 51 h wk
The Dramatic Club entertainment .4u"ig. ('lsi.i' .-. Swavne and Mrs,
comes off at the opera house tonight. S.V.t' ilwt' hi&vet >..i i pl.ans.rint guests at
It will be a pleasant occasion, anid the Mrs." l ". Long's c'minifirtablel hon
young people shottld he gre.tedi with a luring the term of thte I" S court
rarge audience. over which the judlj,- prvirsdl. Judge
The line of h iry illy Swayne made this oltice a ,,e asant
The line of h( iery .-ciltlly ) adle visit Monday.
for spring and ;u nm wear. is the rie- r, *
suit of ani effort lI ldo by U irn & Co. There was ia n it atlnd; oif thl
to have (he best fi the cit) <; l ien i'ks l.1-t \. i,.i lh, :oihow
r. W1hebes this r ing othicers were elected fur the ensuing
Mr. Will Sheetsais viiting his parents ar: Miss Kate Moor. president
and many Tallahae.see trends. and M, iss (;,nie Vanltrunt, l.t vice-presi-
made ti.. 1 rue lD.mocrat Jpi;as;'nt ,lent N .;is Lalah (ates. 21 vice-presi-
visitI dlent ; Miss HBertha Jones, correspond-
Remeniiier next Tue.da the day ring s-cretary Mi-.- Kate Mickler. re-
for the city election. Also th. election cording secrctari : Miss Alrna Cates.
providing for raising lund.- to meet treasurer.r
city indebtedness and improving the Thert i'e a rumor going the rounds to.
city electric light, plant the elt.et that u large, burly, white
r Do not forget t Lt iDr. E. I. Arm- ruffian was one day recently caught in
strong, the well-k w eye and nerve the act of committing an outrage upon
specialist. appears rson and will be a small colored girl, in the woods below
here on his next vi March 4-5. 51.3t here. It is stated he was caught and
Thirty-two memfm rs of the Junior locked in a stockade, hut made an es-
Epworth League' enjoyed a splendid! cape and is at large. If the facts are
devotional meeting last Sunday after- as stated. nothing should be left un-
noon, conducted by Mr. Russell Mick- done to have him rearrested and pun-
ier. Miss Bessie Temple will be the ished to the full limnii of the law.
leader Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Hainbridgv Tribune, of the :l1.
All children under fifteen years of age tays : "A speci.I iroim Quincy. Fla.,
invited to meet with us. brings the information that the prohi-
It you have y eye r nervous bitionists of Gadsden county have peti-
trouble, do not falI to c-hsuit Dr. Arm. tions in circulation calling for a prohi-
strong, the wellKnow Sveiadi,'t. whoI tion election. It seems to le the desire
makes his next ion .1 vinit to this of the gentleman there in charge of the
city March 4-56pd mAy be s-eni at the: campaign to have it come off at the
Bluxnam Ho. 51-3t same time that the election hall be
Mrs. Charles H. Dickinson, during called in this county."
Governor Jennings' time, and tor a few A T
months, private secretary to Governor SYKUP ANT
Broward, and later secretary of the 500 barrels of F rids d Georgia
\ pension board, after a few dtys' visit Syrup. Must be put pI ood, sound,
to his old home and friends, at Madi- new cypress barre putp i ss. ound,
gone^..^^ to Ls.J V. to residenew cypress barrels -tdreas. or call
7 a gone to Luray, Va., to reside., at ivv BRos.
Mr. ickinson was also for a number of V Tallahassee
years assistant clerk of the House of' .. -
Representatives. Mrs. R. H. Gamble has returned home
Last week little Miss Tommie Harlin, after a pleasant visit to Jacksonville.
sister of Mrs. R W. Cobb, royally e..-
tertained a namoerof her young friends
at Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Cobb'a bomre,
corner McCarthy and Bronoogh streets. A
Those present were Misses Joy Ganie,
Gladys Crawford. Jennie McIntoah,
Marie Ellis, Catharine Morgan, Margie
Kthage, Elizabeth Cockrel, Amy Cady AU NIXt W
and sabel Gwynn. and Masters Sam
Cobb, Ward Rhage and otner.. M INh A V 1I

s Tallahiissee, Fla. The Never Stale Bread Co with
mi ear Sir: They won't fool him an\ oltices in New Yoik Citt, having up t, Of the Itlny o0ard of Publi
Smole with paste paint; they'll trv 'the present time extended over the ln t lUCn.
something else! Eastern States, havet just .t ent out their Instruction.
Editor Saulsburv, Dover. Delaware, circulars to the Middle and Western ........
" having used 3: p gallons pa-tle paint ion States and are e'nte'ring the latter ftithl *z i ,s i.' 1..it'a n U4 .'1'I N.)
l his houss-, bought :15 gallns iDevoe for now. Th company holds tihl- only (1. |,n,..,. 11. lu.
it. lie haid enough left t ir it new sta- Patent o(n Itread, ald promises to 1 ,, ie. I, e 'r' .iki, ('hrk i.uit court :
ble 2t by ti aiid ftnc' rieI retu ile revou oniz' he entire tori er method .n ein ii1 Pe with .e # ':,1' '1rhapter 4t:.
Stbvt. 0 on 1 h2., ,l ti i t ., andrr |tiulned r S i i1 ) 1 *s, Ili (,iniph e with iMctji *3, rhchapter 4111
e four lgalions. of bre.id riekint g ail tio cr.al a new i, r ti..r.. : bh,,rebyei e wwith yu thefIl-
IPaste pailit has a;s niman tricksR a- o ,'rai in the line ()f producing the staff of o .f itri).ninllnaneitl 'istanrnt ofo all schel
i -. v I life ,,,. ril r iv4 l*. 14 1'. i atlieis made and wap
se'et.- -, f, Icih,' m th el edim tie. 31lt day of
Ye i irs trulyv. The art o)f lbrea.id makilngl althoeugl h ,i,,,,,,, .. A. I.I t
17 F. W. DV(K & (. consideredl as onet ohi' miosti n i t isetlilla iAr ISr IoeN or c1I'orNTY risN.
I'. S (ilmore & Davis Co. sell our f industries connected with the ire- i aln.c min ury aM iw laWt
Spaiit paration of foil for man, is still prac- -laiftnme s.i$.7AI
tired after a crudet l nd primitive oirnii- '-' 2 e*iti f l )-irit or nmi ithloitelmisie
,t I / ula and is today in about the same stitge wlri iin t lidtn \hi.
A Amethyst Bro h, setAhi iligree go ld as it was in tihe ditat of olden line datrle. 2.3 ,la.4
and pearls l.ibtIal r ard. if returned It is estiniated that the losses in a I. Warrant, o---- ut.ag per
to Miss Helen ai earT e, Calhoun street, large bakery establishment from stale iatai. eNtil 1.01ut.94
or at this office. It-pld bread nearly absorb all the profit of 'ri-ti warrant. drawn thip
( bakers The manufacturer not only month a.reMi.)
Valentine sad Pound Party. loses title I read. but also the eo t of ,.in hlacnof irlel.'r this
The residence of Mr. and Mrs. John time. lat!o. fluur. etc. -- ms.
H. Horton was given over last evening By means of the newly discovered ==
to a select crowd of ,ounr folKs, who, )rocG'ess, which a great number of bak- GO. I. DAV1I. Chairman
danced and made merry in divers ways ers in the Eastern States have adopted, Attest E. B. EPPrr,
until a late hour. bread can lhi baked so that it remains Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
The occasion was a valentine and, fresh andl wholesome for daysand days.
found party, given in honor of Misses Bakers using the New iHakiimg I'r'cess StlGtMMnlt.
Minnie Saul, Hiertie Algero ind Minnie are full of praisesand declarethat they Made under S*etwt 24k Chapter 4116, laws
Rolk.rtson. will ew able, to extend their buiinessnn Irktothax rtemontoof tlaest
S A feature oft the evening's entertain | beyond lowi'l bounds and to supply the tobe collectdfo tohe curtet ,isr 1y .
ment was the delivery ot valentines by need oif seamship companies, dining the apportwosment of tI emwM to tihe
Postmasters Clements and Massy. cars, military expeditions, etc., which ,tT sfor iwSh such .ta.s havebeenIe
The Yfoliig ladies received some beau- may desire to carry bread with them Amount piid to b. ita. 197 .. ...
ties, while the boys contented them- rather than to bother with the baking -----r
selves with the laughter and enjoy.- of bread while traveling. Baince./ M.1
ment they could secure from the comic But there is another most important PORTIONMENT
variety. feature of the New Baking Process "Oraui Rev1. 1. 1a.3
The guest left expressions of enjoy- which will undoubtedly benefit the pub-I Am 't pl lt. 1" 9g.7
ment of the occasion and with regrets lic from a hygenic standpoint. I Iis Schiool. .M.
that the proprieties would not permit well-known that bread for nome time' Am't Paid o*t. .Is ..
the festivities to continue longer. out of the oven is more digestible than Poli, ..... lae .oo
..... .' the newly baked. But consumers were Am't Paid let. 191... ..
voIeVyb SB ld oaewa" alwa y compelled to eat newly baked Fine and eu- 4.- I..W
says C. G. Haye, a prominent business bread in preference to stale an to suf- Am't to Feb. slt. 1imi .
man of Bluff. Mo. that Bucklen's Ar- fer the consequences indigestion. .4Bdg
nica Salve is the quickest and surest With the new patent the family will be Ridatd8M ..., .
healing salve ever applied to a sore, able to supply themselves with btead Am't P . 107 ..
burn or wound or to a case of piles. for days; they will always have fresh special Schuol [iatriet No. 1 4.41t.00
I've used it and know what I'm talking bread without the disadvantages of the Am't laid to Feb. 1st. 19 07.. -
about." Guaranteed by Druggists, 25c. bread just out of the oven.
r ^^ ^^Gn ^ ^^ e nnThe Government, whose attention 4..I
Mr Ge. E Lewis has been appointed was called to this wonderful invention,' A.ttle .T. FuLaa .
by the Governor and Adjutant-General has tried the Process in the U. S. Mil- i, Circu ourt. unt r0.
as paymaster on the general staff of tary Academy at West Point. Bread .... I-s
the Florida State troops, with rank of baked in the Government's own Bakery FeSt all
captain. I under the New Patent was setaside for
The David S. Walker Library wishes four days and then cut up, together Old time F. 8. C. scenes were re-
to express its thanks to the ladies of with freshly baked bread lor supper at: newed on the old athletic field yeter-
the Literary Club for some valuable the Cadet Mess, and no ditterence was day (Thursday) afternoon, where a red
books on Japan. noticed by those who ate it ;hot gridiron contest was witnessed by
Mr. Constantine Algero has the pro- 15) enthusiastic spectators.
cess for Tdllhassee. See advertise- No spectacular plays were made, but
W aI 9 9 A 7o meant in i.noth.-r column I the teauil work was grand.
W I I.. The tNovo anTumed the nnmes nf the



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Miss Daisy Davies Field, Secretary of -- W i J .v' 5 *
the Woman's l Urd of Foreign Mis-
alon, and who travels in the interest B M
of tne young people, organize ig the 6 --- D g M O l Show s
Golden Link Society and OC ange BIlo.-
som Suciety for the children will d.-
live, an address, in the. M.i.dist Ferns W heel. Steam wi
(Church Suiidiy sfternon alit .:31 I
o'clo.k. ive r\ boely cordially invitel to
atend, especially the )-111 p-opld te
Cone one, come ai young Visit the Big Electric Show, Old Pl station.
An annex is beini uaddAi to the rear .
an nhe Capitsl Cint (.nk and tht rear Nile and11(1 Star \ audevi e Show.
0ningtoe Ilife Insurance ( o. will .
h .ve iofce openied- those n. Mr. i Irou must see I' te ti H /l Diver, nl);ik
Bell having returned Irum At-
with hinus.m& office furri.ure Twi' ITjii v 2:)0 .' n R/and 8:310 p. r.).
fixtures for the same. Tallahas-
is ar1' pleased tha- Mr. B-il is to
h'i Al Attrtg by


"Mea*lar as the Seai "
is an expression as old as the race No
(ioublt the rising anid ett ing oel ite sun
is tnei mt.t regular periori, hic,. in ltae
universe, unilens it is tine iact on il0 the
liv'r aId boWvei, wienli r,'gu.iaL4 wiItL
l)r, Kint s New lii, V'ill,. Guaranteed'
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M I., I.,'yI ).Davie.'m W114ie a, lt .iie'it ap.
6 ,11iilte I I 'e'li.' St'ie1ic1,1i10t .
'e') nig l'',pille -A W,,ri :t e Ill-' n a'''ici'
Hv,.,'It I iI, 1 1-1 e-l, af) h M I c.-t1 .4, wIill I)-- III
IgoII L.m It I.iae~e. t reI., y ., iee iiv ,tj a, It-
i'~en' lac' eixte''rcuAnd s'eitei~e
'Ilie I t. ill1&4 aI-t e piinrii.1 iii*t-iire S, im~~. s-
I16#011h 1 a~v'. (of M .,., Ka.et"M i- t 1. AIIm
ee1ij.ed -Itte-cice14) m-len ec-t'natnd acaet
NI e-.- I) -'. 1411414A)sy eete'anweien Mt haif
lea. hee" 'i~lbi4Mikes Liavass WAil dIve
his I~lV('a Ilt, in 1114 bcA' MdiA.L ~~euto1

F F C. basket ball teams, viz: "Cock-
leiburr" .r.d "'Pricklepear "
NeWither side was victorious, the score
bii.,g ii,.. arid 6; but the Cockleburra
bowed more strength in their line.
C. (;wy. n i.de the tiihe(own for
thte j'i'klh<-e.rs. by a forward pans
'on H.ncow.k While' Chesl.y scored
for the (ockleburra by a magnificent
lile' hlu k
"I hr I ic*' up was:
F.,r t. ' lrit kp.pears" F. Wide-
rmir,, c* i ,r.i ; to y1h llcotv, i '. II ; C.
<;w len, IN II ; .,t l''i'ki, !, Q. 1.; H.
I ,i 1 I. .: It.I iu inm .. G.; T.
Kpi,' I.I G : G ;. ,.r,, (;* G.ynn. L E.; A.
\ itn s I- I 1k I',.; ,i \ .tieiis)h h. T.;
W '. 16 ,, i. in 1, 1.
For tilh ei kl :, '"" F. Cochran,
C.; T W.i ',i, I'F i>. N ne'-sley. R.
II.; ( : h.,,kiei ,n,. Q B,; W Que
I liiman. L. H., I G. Gve,. G.
1) Ivs. 1,. G.; J, Widi manl,,. L.;
\V..Ill,.... L, E ; N. Owyrin,. T..
F. Ilck'r, L. T. Johnton. rfseor
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[ to liv'n Atlanta.

Mr. B. F. Maxwell was in the city
yesterday. and maoe us a pleasant visit

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