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' TATLAR-AMB, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909.
Ilumty lt Pn bllc Offlce; Eqal Justice to All--Special Privileges to None. .
a4 h~w nemu a" ow
6080" Simb hw IN"
Nb~ ~ 6~an d bafae=
SL ker Hl,
a ea Dolmarlemi
Se-r liberty as p
_17zI -l evto toe se es s Hea w M
*^ a aad similar messes thd
w I! whi they have boo vistinf
4 0W. % Leon has been a casually
a Mt Wsal iater this seaos ow to
the dMiOase there of MiMe a8 pta,
oas everybody haw. s lakdefatio
L I planming for everybody within
h feoh Aided and abetted by Mr.
M Sgee Lyday the real and hospital.
hie meMtr of the hotel. Mis Hamp-
,1 b e h the organier of mem e.o-
5 1Oa. pls t- o during the present qlIa-
!t Shve season. Folowing Is the program
bI- L Vie"a solo, To the Evenng Star.
the frnm Tanshoaser. Wagner-Miss Laeile
lthe smLMiss WhitSeld. secompaist.
.r L T i Golden Threshold, Lor- Mrs.
lis W. V. Knott, Miss Whitfeld, eeom-
*I &L Quartette. Lead. Kindly Light.
.l Dykes-Maesrs. Putch, Carter, Jackson
- id VaaBnrumt
5* 4. Fear Not Ye 0, Israel, Dudley
Ol Brnme--M Park Trammell, Miss Ed-
W Pdoan, accompani t.
I L. Pae to Face, Herbert Johnaon-
e.l- Mrs. W. R. Hrdee, Mrs. F. Hod
of son, eeompanist.
dith 6 Neare, My God to Thee. Reid
ml-Spec-Mr. J. E. uteh, Miss Ed-
1m m bedaen, saeempaniast
vill 7. Violin sole, Melodle Religieueo,
k to Masnsaet-Mrs. HRquembourg, Miss
al Calbhan, mompanistt.
&. PI-B* of Poees D'Auv roe
the Barmud-Mrs LJ. HUburnMMis Ed-
"At M-b-d 8 abe pnt
r !it in O .Whtl y Combe-Mrs. F.
4w kI.Hdfih-in ndsw4m, ecoomp.
S 10. Quartette, The Wayslde Crose-
SMeOs. Mrpre Hays, Robinoes
II. The Savior's Command, Cht-
M- a-M-n. J. H. Hampbres; violiaOb-
td er Uiss-Dr. Mora,n
Miss Berie Damon, seco. aaist
F I& JudIth, CaseM J. B.
* Prefttt, Mrs. C. Rtoberse, semapalt.
S14. The Hely City. by request,
SAdame-Mrs. Park Trammel, Miss Cal.-
11 Ade With Me. byrequet-Dr.
n A. A. Morphres.
dii elpee of Moo mand Sea.
At re nome an greartJy Interested in
/to es fm tot lipse of t" moos,
iwhh orasi as the ovening of Thump
d uay, I. J The phenomena my be
obiened all over the a otnesot if the
a 1t a on ,the ribe of the moQ
will ho almot normal aid ,the pesox
wmy w"sth tIe shadow of th earth
!ladhf stes ovor the Mow body.
the Other ideof th MN the
l ebablMtaum wl Am Not see a.n eIM
Sdieseof a falat nddle color rise fr
Whoe thems crises hereemlye aMr-
foemr 5M It will beoseMrvd.
M- aft w
MW M inh' shedow aswli the
h Suadme so l igat.
be een thTai e It t lrary,
^^^f~~~lOMMO b^|^ ^t ^W ^ m
a aewuuaursa wei ofthe paetm
wil hofend te asmeftbe aee-.
I.MM 2 I|M M w 1+6-11!
Nwit.dw mKing aC Neples
MtIomhesq ales 9ts
*^*k ---tW -*^**jft-okf- *hb k dp-
Wus AShe Unto pt35.. ae
ow1 m X&Mr b..
STh ttlefleeMlet Ithe hooe last
week, betw ee Speaker arris and Mr.
Hlbms Ithe g lemm T from Ptenams.
She hbees s* qmstud by several
Stat. papers, mm them Th1 Tree
Demeoa. weah ateb ad its ianformsa.
ties ftm he ay. This paer has a
Semalted plo of Mr. Hilbum,
F be lm to be oe of tho ablest
members of th house, and regrets that
thee was moves a aight inaccuracy in
P Th e ti of the a r isa best told in
the follow clipping rom Us Palatka
MoNsday procedings ia the Housea
of RepreseasatUve was alivened by a
bht usiporat tilt between the
piker and Representative S. J. Hil-
burn, of thA county. h T nel -Union
referred to it simply a tho "Hilburn
ncideat" and the people in this city
and *eunty while mivr to understand
that there sd boan sne trouble, wero
loft in theo dark eaneorMin its nature.
One man said: "1 wo dr if Mr.
HUlburn has been ettid in a seap.
Jout like him-hi' 7lfht a buss aw If
But at wasn't that. Mr. Hilburn, who
was in the eity yesterday, was asked by
the News to relat the Incident." Ha
"The affair was In no way as impor-
taat as some of the papers have tried
to make out. Somo of them havelad
unfair reports, but the faeta in the case,
and which I am wilang to swear to, are
"T1b Rouom had just voted to recon-
sider the vote on the Beard resolution,
whbh I opposed, and Mr. MeWUliams
moved to make this roseutia a spedal
order for eertai d. I addressed
thpe wa". Sriiar and momd
to lay Mr. MeW ama motion em the
table, which was as ad.L Some one
o the other aide of the Hae made
somo kind of a m U doR, te Speak-
er's attesUm lo was diroetod to that side
of the Houese, wad after o Itttl eon-
fokn, the Speaker aWjd: 1M% q eitioa
m ow r fne e the l ob om t fomtl
wan foa t. at aS&
&W lni a t2 of ador to the-et
that t someo to ely ow the bte, ek
He reped: dli adotr-KMyo
(I did not think this parsesa-
ary.) I MUd: *The heMir did re
Se am. H replied to m: 'Yeu ar
t of order.' 'I replied: am aot
out of order.' He reped: 'Take year
eat.' (I fel that thi remark was
pereemal and very harsh.') I epd :
*i will n, take my eat util I get
reedy.' Be repiod: 'I'll have you ar-
rested, and ordered tae ergeest-at-
Arsn to take mo iato euatody. At ti
pelt ColapIw Nat R. Walker, a ftriad
o ma hairrkd to me and said : 'Hl.
beu, eay you recede.' I thenaaid:
1I resid.' .es one quickly movd
that th 'Semtlmas from Pautna be
iened,' whih was put and -as a.
*lyear"ed. I was not asked to
epelels. bet after the matter wa
et I told the Moe I was worry it
I was set adjudged or beld nla Io-
tempt. and I was not arrested. F* .
thm, e eooe is not satmiafd that the
Speaker M the power to order the ar-
reot of a member who i preseat as the
Seor, Med tMe neuoes ied a uulftp m
yetLrday ateraoos apoa l a eOm-
mattesi "iqilre ino h e powers of the
Speaker to soet."
*aqles Moader"bd by iu mMUeM
Theo est amber of Tallahasee's 14-
em GotraM of 198 '00 was give tet
Friday oeoing ait hbo Collee Chapel
by Mi1s Mildred Dalsell, director of the
asMol ot espreie.
Tall, e and exquisitely aelf-
Iei. he tl gown ot old-reee
M- falig in ft foids to the
*be MA ft D&W N prnoetws it sMon.
8 pgit-e of lovely wnhouibod, ends
lulog vs fertthe lalsltable se-
Ardmot on peea sa"ted by bwh er
P= = hbas a wooderfully fwet
TU 892WIAL CLUB
Give tlaLa5 mteesame t hshe
Seaem at Mr. Smerei's.
The Ttallbasm uumeal Club, last
nway -i. m s m pet" itsMe
of *ht e monthly comeerts called
flr in Ita by-laws, and now the me.-
baers will take a vacation until next
The eocert was given at the resi-
dee of mr. IFostr C. Gilmor and
was a attended. The hbou is
deIghtul, oeoatru-ctd for each th-
wrings as h wide ewandes both = t
and rer, op off the arorsn and at.
ford pe for a la erowd who cam
t efortably out in the freh.oal
ni mht, ud yt oe adxl hear well as
cam those with.
T ham and parlors were bmasftilly
decorated with lrowin plant* and cat
flowern, the dusto aesweetM t r
eoabilatlm of r prcg"W
4a those pamricipatlingbe-
nC*ratmSa tee with the audnee,
aod later miulcal guessai eoest
afformdesareat deal of amusement.
In this s Mrs. Day J. Ape, the
successful ompetotr, was awarded a
maffniSeet bouquet of purple asters.
Pe0eh was oseved oa the Tveanda
which wer ofn y Ihtd by th lIow
of innume rble J-apane lantern. The
prof ra w ,asa folrowv :
Overture, Hu arila Daoe; Misses
Edmundmea md iaeo. .
Voioe, De Lea' L,= s, Carri Jas.
cobs Boad; Mi E Roesg.
Piano, Aut Tbcee Des Gee.-
Lokd. Ve Heller; Mra. Caral Urikd .,
(a)Drtk tome 0l
arr.by hak glot
MCI ;T1 bo Mn.
is, Costa and Tram
, Sweetheart ad I,
Fow, Myer Helmad,
Vion trio. Use Soiree farmille,
Mrs.tb; M. Heqsmbomnr, Miem
Nkndh and Saxon.
V.1a-to. oloeeted; Mrs. Hequem.
s, Never AgaiN, Cowen; Mrm. F.
Gwgla Pap rMIMI"
By a Fmek Il
Fqdia Bft gLagod 4t Iccau
LegblatoeWats Hao t~py m
am sby Theft
The following from the Atlanta Oe.o
glan aet a freak bill which reenst '
passed the houe of repreenta4tve,
should mako our State lg ilatem s ep
and think, ad kill measure that eay
make Florid a lugbbstoek to t
outside world. Hereis wat the Geoe.
Other thins besides prohibition are
doing in theho& legislature. Wit.
"A ll to beeo titled an aet to Mtelm
' operty oee yby tbeft or other
Get that? Tryoasis:
"A bQoto be ntW as at to etlew
bmee parties who shal hereafter h .
I mrtyser menum7y thefter e .
Maybe thot b something to "rA.
pseoar ed inwardly diet" r ye ,
For th bil has t a eine ee
the hoose ef the ldf I
bt It eame under the heed oC
Odos'" beingesslalmet r
e ad aso S thSt hat-g
oftd Bdfo d. we ti e aw.
h Uh ofet ~ e ML
Pluto a ade-e, nBwda A. I
TIU; Meorm. A. WAd AlbrtSh l.
V.. In May Timl, Dedley MNsk*
Mr. Park TreammL lb
La odeboruas, Farewel, Deo; by
(By Robert J. Bardette.)
Mymea, foow wot the fetoteef
the mafer, mad me*k o m apo o
him who ahers tiUrd, for, a
uato you, is bhusia is d.
The sa. as the eerwer ar all takes.
aad the whittling plaem afe all eem -
It bater to aw wood at two
oca cowrd t h while aa whitbi
atoe aad amsae the inVern Nt. My
m, whist thou hat n sofy skull the
sse of a Jay brd, orek away from
the tw -habiMt, fr tN, thy bmath
ok the Ua g m factory, awd thy
mind ks less se ell t th-m a sture
dommy Te, thw. art a wpdor with
the rim knocked ee
Onof hs aest d ed prmpo-l
of a shy young sabakers, who was or
dAred away t o the wan. Notidt to
pako he sat a *ma *y of yellow roeo
C t~hweod.w with a MlitU ame*
vMlu 0er m s"thm e lomp to
wow om of them is her bOaM t that
sight at the ball. She appeared with.
ot It, and he owean *ay broken.
Years afterward, whrn hae was a
lame o.d |eneral, he gain met his old
,love, now a white-baired widow. O0e
day ho old sweetheart neatly asked
hem why he had never married "Mad-
me," he answered somewhat termly.
"Yom ougM to know the bat. If you
had peot roesed so answer that note toi
the bouqut of yellow reoes I might
have bewn a haw-er ma." "Thenote
in We buqUst, ahM repeated, growing
bee opened an old easet ad took
se rae o rawO ew ashritvoesod boqoet
of wIest had boee yellow roes, amdro
w lwed 1tamesstak luotrked a sacpof
ppe^r eow wan Sae. deef I never
had y~r note." s said, h. d amj the
hoies sp, 'If I bd Iwou aot
love 1sewared It as you fancied."
*ahea mswer it sow," "aid the gallant
old uifher. And me oag delayed pro.
pesal we sceevsed at lst.
A bwp Fasher
Ihe ehM web-ee the* Is, served, in-
bee eha e. east d br Se* s
fa* -iit-ng -w-i a-d seed
pretol State to the re*m.
W IT, *s A uOC.
dieor eedm tredm tmine, mst di.
Messrs a meas t Sl. f eIto ,t
to MI 0. baeasss. O. teaU-M
** w, wfthe retas-e d* gront
^pwit afew)ared tlWmWawdol
It's. alley Lht Tho Statte & to* in
prAmvd widow, orpha jd ma er, pats
them m th badk ahsy 'yt t
w4lte. aid mponiees W orh-:)e
erapta with Papa lri toetuh
envIoua des of macen 610-
Amtwav, themetmo is wkt deos witV
Mr. all's. bill yet. Nor the Govens
Bnt the house?
Well, a enrdWlf to the d eumo of do
v"ts, said bouse "et"da fellows:
Yern-Mr. Speaker, J.p Ac
KmigsJoh~y EPMai .~~f~>
I m .u,
: "' *
Is-- thi eovrs a 3tNi.t. 10. A ,S
dow-l~ e e s a... ...as..
w d-1.0 Twn peo A.-en.
Advertbiar 3*1 a ApviUl.
IN *Doaw IsaTahe04 NewA peo.e
Lne COsOY. -
1 I. Wo tto -PHlm t -hen w
aorthweso et wre t04 IuSe a
d= 09 met. a
seenerin7stt end th sele mr
S edi~baMMe FrM oy, May S-l 19.
What is th latest over the Tallhas.
Thirty-fve thousand people in Pitt.-
btg have bad an increase in salary this
We hope those Palm Beachwe will
SMye the name of their county to
Mot ditors in the State would be
lma for the Lfeislatare to pass an
imie tax law.
PrsIdMnt Taft visited Charlotte, N.
C., yteerday to attend the Mclenbur
We are afraid that Tallhassee will
oe Into Inoeuous desuetode when the
SIIMlaters leave us.
a --- -- -
there is a lot of difference in this
guioln of the legislature between
Ntweed- dam and tweedle dee.
The Legislature has passed several
hered bile, and less than a half dozen
d Uth are of pubile lntere t.
Where Is the man who will locate and
L tO a, plant here for canning, dry.
SpreserVina our great fg crop?
h majority of the Denocrats voted
A t lar d an Iro or*. What are Mr.
8t dtreactors going to may about
M W waMlngr e a Philadelphis heiress
e1 I h hauffeur furnishes another in-
p OfOMf the passing of the family
Ist W demonstrated recently that
I1b baetMIp Miaessi ppi can acom
Mis thousand visitors at one
m adm t be overerowded.
STwee w t girl graduate will make
hermal debut Ia Taflahass* next
All honor and glory to thew
Isrl who are soon to become fair
he Appleyard claims that his.
pape, The Lake City Index, Is
Ibytted by the prohIbitiorst.s,
bthat desen't care. If so. why
he y anything about it.
f trom the oplnmoe of the pres-
giUtm asaiembly, the newspapers
I bat little to Florida, ince Its
l s eem to be wilUin to throw
a ting restrtieo around them.
a nrioa be has been aoe of thre
m the upper house, and
il see of the best mas-.
is Mibltmakaug It amisdmeamnor
a Arearm at another ts partklu.
as getting as dangr..
as Albamy ls to New York.-Jask-
Tlmss.Umlea. Whib eis aa*i.
that Ja geuollle to getting aa
e ertoirda aa New York City
isevideneen of improvemeat in
meertalaty. Let that beeettled.
UmqBalead period of prosperty
AAA awvasy me--herwillever.
Ffxmbt Isp"ala w pe..
.1 o" o wlems~sillems
W- hue. m It w60
ml lstMb bmwb" h
A INFAIM60% vu
privm"'e prety loi seat13eug?-- 1.JOre .truly, S
Ulle Time-Uso. of Hiiltbrough eeity nasaer--aof ,-, .
The waveof som legislatersn past th w sist of tfhe pir fhld b0t Yoa shoulMat delay a r.
dlng ouLa This wrthy woma, w roij aSsthe 3y Ef0res in iSb
thw bwe wn property o advsde o the lae of a n s a edm u esiisometiu i
am of edeatine a toriMa, sad wha o bring to the iw bo diales rtl
a time trial ae she *resek r t Mt whMb m a
Row privnt Inteest ad *eatd im s am e at the Ae
sving tIe "ves of the ginrbs nto maed-etw
to her ear. Thieoa iom a n3
AA dyetottw -meI fwe to so wCAI SA
-ow ItN lb O To"#*
w^^ ^ .^S^^ Tio-o,_^ -mlf~a
*Bi^^-of J^i KBTf
The pnewk Lpgis re is gu t n to Al.
step the pWestls f 'pa pyl W S teass*el*f d W Ml i-_ _0
the poll tas of another i order too- prohibit l he tobhe agito 1n I bema te k 2W
car bhis vote. This is well. Bet a t gealems on pp ilA
the ame time means amould be adopted It, betev ,at that ll etesto ef imi bees el ied ad M
to force every man to pay his own tax. tigers would be tlanitely waen tha we- M e s to mlpemal e
'rho con- "lsoliem-ed aelegos.t
The Jacksonvillte Times.Union is Bt whm the voterseded Metpro.- Star.
afraid that sthe negros will settle the nibitio was tor t the bot, detami. a M mi r.
prohibition question in Florid next *J, so far se e was able, to eleasr
year, but there is not those least danger the sw. Head not enter iveteo Ma- l "T80leMA the j kW4
of it. The whit. people ain e1 carn e of i s duty Is a halM-ayb ed p bea aow WTab. NmeL
munty willprotect their oW nterets way, but spared either friend of foee tif
One should never wish to gala by an- prove a violator of this aw. Bdlnh. elTh
other's ruin; but Florida W lery grow- His experleaed convinced him that r & i
era will reap an extra profit from the the la seeuld ot only be esofoed, belt searhs to smpetZ ag e
fact that Michigan's celery Aeldo have it was a most wholesome sad nrd heou k s p im
been greatly damaged by rain and hail easetaet. At the cloas of his admhir i fr
the early crop being nearly a total istratean he was able to show lt Uaie s utoeha Th u eepep tl i -
loa at some points. crime had decreased l his city nearly v Amer ia v. -agm
Volume Number 1, o- N t on eo hundred per cent, and that It. base. e to the h my 61
Volume 1, Number 1, of the Natioal at interests hadnotboe esat all I nlant e fwr th l aUow ite de drbk.
monthly, the magazine founded by Nor- ad.l WEtoreets hod not be at all I9- M fow t
man E Mack, hats been received. For ---IMor AMr woaud M d"h It
years Mr. Maek has bew one of the Hiseperienes and t T n ShaaSwT frie md writW hims a
leaders of the national dhavecomoverted him, and now be is M scheduleu e latethe Tanf bill, as he
his new publieatio is choe k full of good ardent robitionist. The las has s e of h ows New 31g11d
old Jeffersonian Democracy Long may The Citise, the Anti-Salorn Le o th oth Carona
it wave. ganc cota a liken of hi be ab to hare any prim a d
Sand splendid editorial comment of h i ikd.It might o. dea re dl T
Th ontrolling of 4,000incandescent ability and conscientious devotion to the deds that would make t Sa id
electric lamps in the Omaha Electrical right. j m t g nd
Show from a wireless telegraph station r --- ... Oil's look inilanSeant.
five miles away is another romance of IUCMAN'S LATIST. Here are 86000,000 of people-a mag.
science come true. How this new de- Senator Buckman evidently waote nilts et home market-and oaly lone -
velopment may be utilisaed in operating the State of Florida, in addition to its fast tea lndusti Here ap o ulo Ptil&se
lights off shore orclear out at sea opens other numerous side-lines, to go iato res mof fertll land csiobs e of ealtive
an almost limitless field for conjecture. the "Keeley-cure" business on a whole- Uon, milltova of Amernd oly rede to p a- a ble
.... N. c cultivate them, and olly me to&plea- asM e
Col. J. R.tMillerwho has figured in a alo scale.ae toat in th whole country. Cheap S Na f
number of debates at Tallahassee, is He ha introduced n am like dmcheapt to a othi, every r
right at home at this as he is when it pending bill which provides that habit- tionist knows hto be a pre.t te
comes to parliamentary law. His work ual drunkards be treated as lunatics and tonist knowy to be turs. hut oatid y. I
in the committee roomon parliamentary committed to any asylum for treatment fo only will the Soth Caroa tory duty in. th.
tactics before the house was no small at the expense of the State dusty enjoy a boom, but every pa ter o th
factor In the way things went for the This measure, if adopted, would dultrn ma oe tmo th flet dot
prohibition amendment bill. EusLis doubtless greatly diminish the tidd of n and maternal amercae wil feel a Jil we i. tad
Lake Region, travel from Florida points in the diree just pride in Mhaving nursed mother in. we br sadly in d
tion of Dwight, Ill., and other well- coind sm a iot at
DeSoto county can well consent todi known bi-chluride resorts; but it would enough andrsomelday Senator Tillman's 6t Woo q
vision. Small counties are usually more also entail nealculabl expense po South Carolina fried may ship ten to of Col l
populous and prosperous than lare, the State and would spe eily rS n Chint aiund eesell the Chi* at Sof
unwieldy ones. DeSoto is too largeTor t importat of di fr om de.p noaa tire
the convenience of its Increaing pop- other States, eager to take advantage Itm fvr Woedville. be greatly
Istion. Divide with Seminole, and each of Florida's liberal offer of booe-trest. The farmers are busy making hay met to the
will soon be greater in wealth and pop- meant free to all. while the sun shines. now in a tn k
itlation than the present county. In A party of Woodville people enjoyed 0o0 can Ise.
this, history will only be repeated. lTh of imms woua nd not thb e a very rt able Turda at the bay. on one of the
reelan of immigrants and not the sort LastSunday was preaching day at town whe* eerwamn
The primary election bill of Hon. that Florida should expend money in at- the Methodist church, and the pastor tinly would be me M
John L. Neeley has been substituted by tracting. It would be much worse than gave us a siring sermon on world wide th e Spresemt a
the committee for the two other bills of the advertisement which one pending caue at het and ya the ubj ts
the same nature, which were intro- bill proposes to attach to Jacksonville: special study. know tlhat
dueed, and there is good prospect of its "Come here to be electrocuted."- Married at the home of the bride's the& am pnt d
passage. The bill contains some very Tampa Tribune. percent, Mr. John R. Hamilton, of Co-
valuable features, and Mr. NeeIey has -'. DissE Mo Le e e iv.om
received many flattering oongratula.. IXMPT NIIWSPAPIS. We are p aed to note that Mrs. W. E. ad
tions on the ability and care shown in We are glad to note that the iLgis- Dorsey is lowly convalescing. bimdh e SM munB
Its preparation. lature of Florida will probably exempt Quite a g honte can be eih since the o sutyI
.. the newspapers from the anti-pass law, Several of the young people havw gow ing ofet ga i
Carrie Nation has moved to Arkansas. says the Pensacola News. There is no on a visit for the summer. saves ln thew l g
We pity thoee poor people out there. good sense; logic or reasoning why the Miss Alice Boyd. one ot Woodville's' and teasS melme
Why don t she move out of the world. newspaper most accomplished young teachers, h as n of a
- Fort Myers e. newspapers should be denied the prvil- left for a vacation this summer to her in Matn d
People can abuse Carrie Nation as ege of exchanging advertising space for grandparents in North Carolina. closer tod
much as they like, but this does not de- transportation. Some of our oung men made a flying so1 f1ore
tract one iota from the wonderful If the Lgislature of Florida believes tri eItoo n ote the chang in 8th We tender ta-k
amount of good she has done in the tha he pre of th Stat i too weaker f regular yearly protrt- Judge Job. W.lo
world. She has her faults, like ever to accept this privilege without sacrific- ad meeting that was to coe off inJu otse Tour eee as
individual living, but not one of her ing its honesty., then we are of the opin- this year. Will have to be changedon ive to our da,
critics would bAss bold in their oppoi.- ion that it should not exempt the news- see ont ont1Mhe continued illness of Mrs. oat to
tion to pin. as she. papers, but we are not ready to believe oy The pastor not9 b able o ratI
tion to sin. as she. get out among the peoplean work it 9th. We alae tsndW
-. ..... that any such opinion is entertained by up and sderot bi entire time to the our eodlaetec trk of the
In the Interests of public education, the members of that body. cause a should. sh ff ad their
it is to be regretted that the legiala- The man who is too good to eshange Next Saturday. at 11 o'clock a. i., is forth tmttir
tare of PFlorida has twice refused to re- his advertising spano for trea potathios S m o pael the t HSamtra flattdeeS,
imburse Miss Inos Abernathy for the can still refuse todo o, ibut he willomly and Sunday of this month. DAIvSrht
lo.s of valuable private property de. hurt himself. If the State refauses to The Talahao1ee District Colfereoe J. W. DUVAL,
stroyaed by a fire inoe one t the public let any one do this it will cause a hard. onvenes May 27-80 at Carrabelle this C .
Institutions of the State. It wa prop. ship upon a class of people who have yar .s.. -. ,
erty which she needed In giving instruc- done mor than aa- ther cloas to build A Wulag. A aemad h
tioe to her pupls, wi h the authorities up and to develop the attts. T'sg man eP (Ie d t b o
had failed to supply her with, ths arom. who is too good, or weak, to accept w o thipital o C ae-
peling her to bring her own treasured thois tranoportatio si 't worry that warned that anscrupulo parties from Made is wee S
private property late the bulldinr. the transportatius eompeaes will foree other t are claiming le repres aet
Further, It as aId, abe would h saved at on him. aety r In this States are
her prorty from tei flames had dhe The ameadaet enemptag the mew- A. SA Wrata Os i.SiSE l
tarled her attetlon to Its preservation paper is a good es. We hope it will W. 1. BaalLsha- To h *mm. PI
sad left the pupibto their fateo as far atipk. T. an. .
ws searned. meg The Tampa Times has the followlag All others eliing 'A
ge m ife avin, hut the to myf fa promniseat young Tallahas. are imuat.rsa sad we 5heSMN**tbd Msi b Ai J.
State of Florida will aot eve pay fur no reidn of that 1,. of asa. itli- .i. uuwam
. o,+ ,.
HenCK AT U. fAMu1AcnXMe STncV TO aneU MW mW. LonG
Our Cypress Tanks
e .r the stameard for .
Vf in**ce ia Material and Workmamship.
im O m0 I "Mhalms demcrnbd iam or catalog.
mm elmd ea t o comum.
O R MILL FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED,
FrsbhWiag Lumber in all Grades at Low
YOUR INQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED.
THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO.,
UTis not by chance
That the HOWARD
watch is the one truly
fine watch made in
Tim HOWARD b the reasoned
cemblsatioa of the finest material
mad workmanship ever put into an
Emry HOWAO is adjusted is
ib M, and price-tcketed at the
factwy-$3500o to $S1o.o. The
price m,.wr cut.
We ar dtributorsn fior this dis"
See y my of
Watches Bef ore
Tou Bay, :: ::
Howard, Elgin, Walt-
ham, Hampdem, Illi-
nois and other cheap-
er grades in stock at
all times. Every
Watch, Fully Guam-
teed. Drop in and
see. :: :: :: :: ::
IJ Always Take
Pleasure In smhow-
lnn Thm. :00 00
ta @00 00
P. T. NICHOLSON,
.. The ..
0gO. W. CEILD.
We are unusually well equipped to give our patrons
the very best service in all lines of building. Call on us
if you are contemplating any kind of building. We can
save you money.
Kiln Dried Dressed Lumber, Mouldings. Turned Col-
umns, Brackets and all kinds of Novelties made to order.
R. G. PERRELL,
(Sueamw o A. T. RemO )
mlN Aill Kinds of Fresh Meats
Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me your orders. Prompt delivery.
SRIag wp, Pheoe No. 283.
YToer Brakfat, Dinner and Supper a Succes when Ordeing
Mats from my Stall.
THE DUVAL HOUSE,
ST. MARKS, FLA.
. Su.-Imod by the bt Hunting and PFishinm
Is FlMrida. M
ANIP :- 1
Tally & Yaeger eo
Received, and Receiving; New Buggies with
the finest Axle on the market.
And thii the Secret of a Light and Silent Run-
Call and see the mple Spindle.
Variety of Wagons, several makes and sizes.
TULLY YAEOER CO.
PERCELL & CO.
Third Stall from right of entrance.-
New butchers with Cleawr vuipment, d with abundant
Meats of all kinds in season, and given of attention.
Unusual neatness being assured.
'PHONE US YOUR ORDERS.
KSAfl TEAMS O LADIES TO Dms
Experience and Reliable Driver for all Tams.
H..sA. NTm a Speltky.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
lIss Adele Gerard,
So49 I m St iratM niL.
SEND FOR FREE BOOKS
FLORIDA ORANGES-Books of special Intert to
FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES-Booklet on "Soil, Vario-
ties, Cultivation and Frtilisatimo."
FLORIDA VEGETABLES-A complete manual of Fori-
IRISH POTATOES-Liflet a "Soil, Sd. Plmatng.
Cultivating, Fertillsin, Digging and Shipping."
FIELD CROPS-Special sBodst will be ismed this ram-
mer. Send in addrMsem of all Inteested a woe aa
mail them a copy r moom amIt soome flm teprota.
WIlSO TOOlER FERTILIZER CO.,
C. A.23aOAIAuw. Propr.
NEA T LOuN HOTrL. --
LIVEL.Y, FlD and SALE.
TRY THE NEW SHOE POLISH
The BU t on the Market.
An Oil Dressinf that pmserves the Lather. A durable
Patent Leather Polish. No brush required.
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU.
Randolph & Fenn.
Talaamsse is enjoying ripe plume
State C *ele eommeseerment will be
e event terest next wek.
Dr. d Mrs. "umte LowryI of
Tamp, area the city t few ays.
I o 4 doess' "Io" will cue any caee
d Cis and Fedver. Price 25c. 7.13t
SMm. Franees ens of Memphis,
is visiting t brother, P. W.
n. sa and Mary pear are
Says wi h Mrs. Brewer,
S.V W. P. Watson, of Orlando, is
a teretd editor this week at the
ba" $ tr inmen's furnishings, or
drea suit camse go to
Mr. N. A. Brown, x-seeretary to
SN. B. Broward, arrived in
Miss Maria Wite, of Fernandina, is
J" of the misses Gerard, corner
i u M r and Call strts.
Men. C. L. trunk, prominent in
Oa k's tl iercles, is In Tallahassee,
a weest of the Leon Hotel.
S Te m aAnd almost anything to be
bed is jewelry at Nicholson's, the Jew-
Mim e arah Freeland, the brilliant ed-
wer of the Jacksonville Cost of Arms,
is laTaNasseo for a few days.
Mrs. Clauds L'noe and ftamilLwill
WedesWay,, for North Georgia.
| they will spend the summer.
Pe r asle.-Typewriters, practically
V-d as new for fifty dollars. Eay
S yenots. C. D. Robertson. 13-2t
o *r. W. H. Walke, of thegreatcouB-
SIto Wakulls. was here Monday on a
S h to his m, Mr. May Walker.
Mm Terrell and daughter jolnd Mr.
m telast week at Miss Mary Damon's
ShabsMee of the session.
M N J. L DavdMonb hao returned to
,. r bome n Qnuimy after a delightful
v t to mrs. JamsL E Broome.
m to Mr. uad Mr. J. L. Hall, of
#X, tid y t. morday a teo pound son.
s N isatllubth Banks of Quincy, is
J dsrtbt her many Tahahasseooe friends
Sita few wees$ stay among them.
uwr fAnt ear of marble will arrive In
S few day. Lot uas sorve you.
W. Hf THs CAPrrAL STONK Co.
S Mis Eitt Rudd, of Thomasville, who
b a been the guest of Judge and Mrs.
L. Cokrell, has returned home.
S Wite haee, slHpre and pumps for
StI "May Party." Got them from
s attetedm A Co. 1t
Dr. 0. M. omey, of Ocala has re-.
oed hmen. Dr Boney is resaidont
Fthe lorida State Optical Aseel a-
Dr. H I, Plmr ntertlaned at
Sr Wnad eeni the member
l.ierid Iate Board of Medical
Dr. Am aetrn' next visit to Talla-
e w be e Monday Juy, 6th.
F++ At ZnUmbMUMMausual. 1-1t
S r,. and Mr T. RoU,. of Plant
l f 1-te of *r. and Mrs. J. P.
S N Remt.-Two furnlahed reesa,
F *S.*a Uk^ L Nwu> 114.tf.
Sbda t, who ilmhasses eD&
me of h-Ap-Ated&
P. T. Nle o the
:- e.. SMese To
I" *i"of. D.
Woman's Union Prayer meeting will
be held next Monday afternoon at the
Bapiist church, at 4 o'clock. All ladles
cordially invited to attend.
The thriving little city of Perry is
represented in Tallahisaee this week
by J. W. McKinnon and C. E. King,
prominent business men of that place.
For Rent-6 room cottage on corner
Boulevard and Gaine. Apply to Mrs.
R. McDougall 12
Misses mary and Lilla Lewis are now
In Baltimore, Md. They will remain in
America several weeks loer before
sailing for Europe, where they expect
to make an extended visit.
FoR RENT-5 room house with large
garden spot, on W. Jofferson St. Ap-
ply to Mise Sue M. Archer, 362 B.
Adams St. 1 0-2t
Dr. Honey, of Fernandina, who came
up to Tallaham ee to attend the last III-
ness of his wife's cousin, Mrs. P. W.
Wilion, returned home Monday after-
Stops Itching instantly. Curse piles,
eczema, ialt rheum, tatter, itch. hive,.
herpes, sabiesm-Dan's Ointment. At
any drug store. 11-lm
Miss Frances Warren, of Pensaeols,
who came over with her sister, Mrs. J.
Harris Plerpont, is the guest while in thL
city of Mrs. B. A. Mega nies, on South
For a mild, easy action of the bowels,
a single do"e of Doan's Regulete is
enough. Treatment cures habitual
constipation. 26 cents a box. Ask
your druggist for them. 11-lm
Dr. A. A. Murphree went over to
Montieello Sunday to deliver diplomas
to the graduates of the Jefferson Coun-
ty High School. He was accompanied
by his wife.
Mrs. N. Bliteh, wife of Railroad Com-
missiener BUtch, has goun to Stark*,
and other points in Florida, f0 sum-
mer. She will again oin herusband
in Tallahassee next falL
LorT-A gold brooch set with pearls
and opals, Friday night, May 7th, either
at the opera house or between the
Methodist parsonage and opera houso.
Finder will please return to Mrs. I. 8.
Patteron and receive a reward. 12
Miss Mamie Snipes, The True Demo-
crat'sa lteresting correspondent from
Chairsm., and Misse Alice Patterson were
guests for a few days this week of Rev.
and Mrs I. 8. Patterson.
Among the numbers of visitors to the
Capital City interested in legislative
affairs are noted several prominent
Georgians. These are Messrs. E. B.
Hush, Jr., D. Spooner, W. C. Hayes,
from Colquitt; J. B. Munson, John S.
Hare, C. C. Shirk, from macon.
Eight coaches for colored and two for
white peeengers left Jacksonville Tues-
day afternoei for River Junction and
intermediate points. Crowds of the
colored excursionists stopped ever in
Tallahassee to celebrate the 20th with
Ed. V. Price suits hold their shape
until worm out, they are made of the
best material, ft and style are guaran-
teed and they coat but Httle more than
a ready made garment and give better
satisfaction. Orders and measure
taken daily by Chittendon & Co. 11
Mr. D. T. MeClatehley. repreosetlnr
the Southern Boll TeieOne Comipay,
ha *oante Marotta, Ga., for hie fam-
ily. They will sepnd part of the sum-
mer at Panaesa paria.
Dr. H. I. Palmer, pmms t of the
Florida Stae beard of medical eamln.
are.n istertalnm one of the promi-
nest *mbis, Dr.J. H. Plernt, of
a- "rPrpt is aseempaned by
A queWr 'mlz.uo a1ted Itself Is
M armory on 0 week-
Claude L'IVle and the beard ef u-1.
seallexauera. Claude's Isfor the
Ftwdtlm fm vro arises
stle mses *este t e o sm s
these who have spent the Cday or
tw* h te e-a ae noted: C. L Iata.
Afteaa MS ee off e sm ee l weNd
wlisk trmimitnd i" dea 10 at l11e 1
Mndey, the 1nth ie., M Pholip
Warden Wilm was laid to r m the
eity cemetery, Toesday afternoon at 5
Mn. Wilson was the only ddof
Hem. MariamD. P m.e ow t
bier -* mand a iuso ne wa-s
bor Iaf Taahasseeo. September 2tlh,
l and wae marred to Mr. Phelps
Wardes Wlon, of this city, 1i Jam.
f~ ner service of Mrs. Wileon
wa held at St. Jobh's, pa l
chmsu of which she wase aU -
uember preominsnt in all feod works.
e; eulaW yamnong the children for whom
she had an epocial fondness. She was
a member of St. Agnes' Guild, super-
visear the d hbters' of the Kag's
Cirle, eof some of the yeoung-
r members of the church, also a mem-
ber of the enral oramlatIton of
King's Daughter. Prominent i social
life, she leaves many friends to deplore
Mrs. Wilon leaves no children, but
her bueband easurvives to moenrtheop
ing away of a devoted wife and com-
Comle ionerand Mrs. N. A. BUteh
have had Ho.. J. J. Futeb and wife as
recent goets in the Capital City.
P. T. Nicholeon the Jeweler, esan do
your watch work in a workmanlike
manner. Give him a trial 9
Mrs. Ethel Oldfleld, of Jacksonville,
once a resident of Tallahasee-, ls in the
city visiting her sister, Miss Beatrice
Dr. N. D. MacArton, of Charlotte,
N. C. was in Tallahamsee Wednaeday
and Thureday attending the meeting of
the State Board of Medical Examiners.
Among the medical students primt
at the spring examinations this week
were six negroees and one Cuban. The
latter was accompanied by an interpre-
Miss Minnie Smith, of Monticello,
was the charming guest last week of
her brother, Mr. R. A. Smith, who is
here during the legislative session.
Dr. J. Harrison Hodges, of Gaines-
ville, Dr. A. L. Blalock and Dr. E. W.
Warren are among the members of the
Board of Medical Examiners in Talla-
hassee Wednesday and Thursday.
Rev. W. H. Zeiler, pastor of the
Presbyterian church in Tallahasmee,
prached the commencement sermon
lat Sunday at Palmer College, DePu-
Mrs. Dora Hopkins, of Fernandina,
Mrs. Frances Hogan and miss Shirley
Long, of Memphis. Tenn. were among
the relatives of Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Wilson present at the funeral of latter
The person who took by mistake a
cream woolen shawl from the residence
of Mrs. P. C. Gilmore on Monday night
will confer a favor by returning the
same to mre. W. H. Zeigler at the
manse, No. 15, North Adams street. It
In the recent content for scholarship
in Leon High School Archie Robertson,
son of Mrs. W. F. Robertson, won the
first prize for scholarship, and Tom
Pruitt second Archie is especially to
be commended for this accomplishment,
because this was his first year in the
Several of Jacksonville's leading citi-
zens were to be seen on Tallahasee
streets this week. Among them were:
Dr. Colson Perry, Meers. Robert Gam-
ble, C. C. Barton, Geo. W. Bettors. D.
M. Baker. R Bowden. sheriff of Do-
val, and Colonel Max Myerson, Presi-
dent of the Jacksonville society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Forty.five yon medical stodenta
were asembled ,- the o.l armory build-
int Wednesday and Thursday takinl ex.
amlnatione il the various studies of
their profeeolen, under direction of the
Boerd of IBxamlmr. Theee are: Dr.
H. E. Palmer, President, Tallahassee;
Dr. J. D. Femaadea, Secretary. Jack-
sonvill* ; Dr. J. Haurs Plerpont, Pen-
saeola Dr. J. W-n Hodges Gaines-
villes br. A. L. Btetek, Madisan, and
Dr. E. W. Warres, Padata.
The Thhreeth Anueel Ceventieo
Florida Fhme Directors and Embalm-
en AmeeaMi met Ins JaekenvlUle
May llth, d w la nasessie three
T'e ConvmlkM ws hrg attended.
Mr. George .e. .m..iderk erf
this esly, wla It attmidlas at the Co-
ventle and w ts Neased as a re-
mra Dirse~ommd be.after a
or bdls"h WA smorWa.
mf heah, wgsole wmn
world's b ut Easu
yams bowed& Imaoem
md d ,
boak. % =X #AIr-
A *lmi ssNqlj
Refining Company w doW.d p
fire Sunday momirnl. Thbe oeis
mawe at U,000, partially eoved by
Prt.Sheats to La sland.
Mr. W. N. Sheats, of TaHll -1
formerly State Sperintedent of Pdb
lie Instruction, and who is regarded .
one of the best eduaetors l F
has been elected pri of te
lie schools of Lakland. The &NO.
could not have made a better seleette
in all Florida and The True
congratulates Lakeland upon ts
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Home Milsioary society t
Trinity Methodist Church will be heM
In the church Tuesday afternoon, ay
2Sth, at 4 o'clock. Mrs. P. T. Mickler
will conduct the devotional service, a*
ter which the business meet will h Ibe
1he subject: "The Enlistment of
Young Women in Missionary Worfk"
will be discussed. The meting will
close at 6 o'clock in time for the ~de
to attend be exercise at the College.
All new members and visitors are er-
dially invited to attend.
Mrs. E. H. Sellards was hotels MoN-
day of a charm r morning lnhe n
ive in honor of her mother, Mrs. D .
F. Alford, of Lawrence, Kansas. Mrs.
Alford, who has been spending thewa.
ter here as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Pm
Sellard,, returned home Wednesday-. 1-
DEPARTMURNTOF T735 1N733
U. S. Lawd oS.ft"a
Hotit ise Viahmhv ives that EdweedlNw
of Woodv We. florida. wbegF:
nod boomed swy oe~r. EUM v*
Avg toepor, amul is mh elmiftthe~
tb.Io hdr.Eba. 1 J.a B
Luther VKT.Wie w...~r6 Clibshu
12-4t K"" ,, 5,sd"
SIf you feed you
Q not once a da
Q three times a i
Q a marked improve
^ strength, health
Q For hot weatha
$ packed in tinms
remains fresh iu
ws aas.t Isr m pomMr. lT-
S "a soa he d ait "
ml DMnuiym oatheoln a pomr
low m it." The emew t
Ai u.e ftt.k d. f --
aMe I a nod eltr fWom Mr. Al-
adt f w pas," hbe a and ad id
p maael gbmpr on ath e governor's
-'eme -euonr read It through and
taway for a few matess: teLm.
the letter to the astonished
t t. e sawid. "Make It out"
SyOeunM a etrd m and began to
Ow the artes blank Itnee. but when
esae ea -what aceout" the pass
' issued he wa. pued and em.
S "O what aeMti governor he
; ** leked irtely over his
Aiueamt, aeont? Account of -
l: e- a e surea to put It In. too."
IN a owlMd the young man
"asd it. *Thbee Methodist pmarmno
Mar have to et Ms aI pInaes on the
e ito heaven, and I want Maine
Ogral to have good connections with
S.Cl mp Nesettl John Alnle's rout&"-
* Mew Toek Trtibme.
ChegeWd His Tasat.
he imprenm Bngenle, whom Napeo
ae III. ehose to share his throne, had
a ready wit, which, although It never
SVied a a aeer, oftfn confused those on
'Whm It was directed. The late Dr. T.
W. vrans tells to his reminiscences
Se story of a distinguished senator,
SwI s being asked what be thought
t 4 ta speech in which Napoleon had
, iarnd his m marriage Intention to the
.ued t replied:
A. te I speech-excellent! But I pre-
0 auce to the Ash," meaning that
. Spyonm's words were better than his
.'-j.u weeks later, at a dinner given
t9 the Tuilertes, this senator was s-at-
'ed aEst to the empress, who, observ-
Sthat after having been helped to
torbot he declined the sauce, said
a I thought It was the sauce
IBd and not the flb."
S rare presence of mind the sena-
b ltated but a moment
".A mtaltake, madam," he said, "for
I am now trying to make
The Only DiOgelble Kind.
AA yen man who a trvtnstfo' po
beora sad who therefore feels
dupoe to do conserable public
was recently waiad upon by a
of ease resMdlg ta one of
Se -aMs a e is ditriet
g w Sreatly pleased when their
1eueut1- a speech krem
h at am l*ate
AWSt" k etd a a peec ?" he a k d.
SAm aftn dmowr spech." repied a
ft a W Iabby oat.-Yonths Co.
"md state .ff*-
sod 4 go m o COW* "t catmt
OloDellau for eac
Swanmfto beto 0md meabirhed 1n
r. h 6i d"w ofDecmsber.
(MUAL) A. W. OLSAsoN,
ft~e Cau* Owein &.ken inter-
NMal, ad aw apdrstl:%othe blood sod
Lw ttfamh eyseten Send
IP. J. cuuit & CO.. Toledo, 0.
Iae l' ~uyP ifrConsti-
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Q ed atm..
1kt OM MaIh e.N* S. 5. .PstPS.
8L. Sas s'ubhI hNOW. gammal MW
Dwaa. P6W-W am
=A .sk wo w dm bve albt
Saft m Mta 156.
~tdo u= b-3.f Fths h IS a
4HE1L WE P.T LBAN an owIIL
General Repair Shop.
Horse Shoeing by an ex-
pert who has had years
of experience. ..
A portiem of the publc
patromage is asolicited
a~d Satl~f*CtIOa waRAMAO
I ~ QM IZRY IVUOT= =ATI WILL
ad" 1LOWs dofluid.at rwx=hem s-the
Ijuv I )forthe .evtumatifat haIa'I
WMybeetawID bee m~imat t he lr.
Llmas)-" dmi dmeliutmabStthe
mipwaanmhs~mm at "d swhems
*0 ="b"WARD U. RPM.
N btI 'wkad labi.lastImebthsof At e
-g Vk MAL
The fbbpwfh ba I fTel bint@hutobhe use
Ws 60 bf V Of OW. UWMlahW~M. 19:
14=~~). Oho C.-
UbSAW 01t). WAAm
A he OauM
Ibm b=M mwhe bed o dg AmS asdela m I
do a twmu the PsMbI~ r alL Pont,
!V W. .NOWAY.
owe ssss a.
WoL. P. RAY, w,. J. ovm.
RANK? & OVEN.
ATTONRBYS AT LAW.
TA-,I ABIA-t .* FLORIDA.
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o0mcCa IN TLRPRooNK
& TULEGRAPM BUILDING
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T. a & e f.wmuMM 3ULOWNG.
T..amL~A mA. .- FLORIAo.
5 CENTS PER LINE
A il W ea. mxeh .
Mo ALE I Set of New Cone Pul-
lye. A bargin at bthis office.
8m Us I For all kind of printing.
Purniah your sttiosey neatly printed
M eap, or heahper than yo can buy
blank pape from retal my. Evey
farmer hould have his printed Letter.
beads and Envelope.
FoRn WOOD-Phone Dr. J. H. Butt,
Phonme No. 217. 29
Tuwsaa NoTIs, printed on cloth
oan short notice at reMomable pricesa at
this ofee, and It migbt be well to run
ahort Treopam Notiaes in your home
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Phone No. 217. 20
sH kPr aWy toget fhe
ly cimsaam-wha de ae awegnua
Nodir. Tlm w ami dlw,
ho0 cholera and m= to -
a N.d ..,u mT 1,ost many
times overeby r.IL t ltsWi mk
Ned tluos'rdaIn the store a
abut thm e teaout prsepratlm-
every ass folly mamtisae
TMs. .BYRD CO.
es" or tws odesses.
Notice hereby ive thatteax tleM
after the date hereof I winl;p aeM t to
the aountyJdie of Leon county, ViM-
da, 07 jmaoounte as exeuter of th
las twill and testament of EdwawdH.
Myers, deseseed, late of said empty,
and apply for a Afal dichr fEt.
su e ed Boltorship.
Vumumck T. Mycas, otr.
Jan. 1, IS. IUBa"
J. V. CUVEYt & SON.
Mmif. H. Pop
OWt of towa ordersr*e
Day or Nliht.
0Onlyww liessio ndrtahe"d
*~1mwin ote y.
DOaMM Oson" .Uhma"
104 MASO E WUL .
All work in the line of
Roofing, Guttering, Spout.
inand SheetMeal Work
limited and mpee al care
taken to please my pat-
I have opened a new shop
on East Jefferson St., oppo-
site fish market, and am
prepared to do all kinds of
Th Work, PIb ga eB
S Woep Work. d
I guarantee satsfaction,
having given satisfaction al-
ready in "any of the best
SH. IL SAULS.
S. Jefferon St.
w Vem LaseIdU W $ nof0sm
mabe. FihbtiN OW. AddiwJ. W.
Wood,flftke and expeimom guld
Ne"ef t Deboe sad mvei eses.
ALL UoIm R W3 Cmm .
. h Lam w
Athil 7. IWl .-m
ApiW 1. IM -4t
IF THEY DO, they
be repaired at o .
does'nt matter whether t
a small leak or whether
whole joint is loose, the
suit will be the Mame. I
perfect Plumbing Is tb
cause of a greatdeal otM
ness, and too great pre
tion cannot be taken to hbe
the water or gas Vip I
good condition. If thee I
anything the matter w*
your plumbing, 'phone q
No. 80, and I will do h
rest, My work doea
well and wanowable. :
@#Dr. TOr,0UP se'-%ML
remady totw t
Has b~ vta.
Wbisem 0 sag 00.-
THE CAPITAL IP
o569 S. Monroe St.
MRS. WILLIAM LESTER, Pro
RATES: $1.00 PER I
Reasonable Rates by the Week or Mom
Everything New, Clean and Nest.
SBest of dServe.
THE LESTER HOUSE I
139 S. Calhoua Street.
I Excellent Fare $1 Per Day.
Sem I"WbyWeMiame. btamolu i f &m,,
IGct YoW r TeamS frn tftew
Broeghe Street S.cod Black w oa
Good Saddle Horses, New Buggies, and
Single Drivers. Call and see them.
A Cap outWNW U*n
is whoatm MAW to
*my am t mw
am how A
-A -, -
..,, ,.t< +
A0ly L JLY P *dK
!, 1, IV .
of/i 'Mame fin
0- aft -
* / *T~~'~ .~b ~;
pelitical stump speaker has
museing and many unpleasant
M lma. ~A party of us went dowr,
Sthe beat of the seat side of New
l e m night with a politiian soiae-
handicapped by bis wealth asid
position. who nevertheless e4it-
4dto go to the doubtful dii trkt Iwr-
NoimaJy. At a street corner a lisnfing
'4o-d eaf awaited him.. an,. ,li.,,inr
the tailboard of this. he lIogan tell-
,I the ragned audience tlu well round-
peOd. bohw they abhould vote and
fthy. A few eers began to rop from
Stolerace of the crowd. The Je-ra
Volume. lie was told to "Aw.
pr' "Close your bend!" -Hy.
a drink: your talk makes
o" Sonewbat da'onrertMl, t.hut
determined to anish lhi *(*r.eh.
waseontlnuing when something
l past hish bead lnd splasld
oe the door of the cart. Au-
saomeIstb and another followed,
every one was dodging decadent
B 4 e until. It becoming Impossible
b* thar a about above the Jeers aad
ag ihter of the voters, the borne were
forward out of the soft. red
arast and the district left to
0lW political sins.-John I. Win-
Why He Did the Washing,
,A Ma came up out of one of the
toot house aebroes from the wo-
ia widow with a big basket of
a H was followed thy two
boys, carrying more clothes and
The man put the basket
Selthee down and began to sort
out preparatory to hanging them
Ot U Ise. The boys helped, handing
te elotbhesplns and some small
oMoi at a time. They were a
I gwhe Banging out the clothes be.
q o ef their awkwardness. It was
', j.wl y work they were unaccustomed
", but at lst was finisaled and the
went down Into the little roof
l i Mft#R the man on the roof.
goed for a moment looking at the
tb c, golng over to a parapet,
down between two tall chimneys.
Wms could see him from her
Wlad against one of the cbim-
I'O d by and by throw his arm
S. fe sMad out afterward that his
W had died the week befor.-New
OOtl a MIeUdaerstandIng.
years a o In a well known
house iat a big maasfaetemu
as old bacbeler bookkeeper.
hobega anmy years with the
a.y &MoMod that he wa
ara*g gave bhl a week's boll-
st b fellow clerk raised a
0 0 -6 pseSte It to pay the
I b- i weddia trip.
@eue days after the weddtas
d, t members off the frm went
Nassaalde report, and there
Mbowt the parade and appear.
jrlagM hblamel umamemly, he
m aUey Bae rd olted book.
yow wift?" asked the pun.
S at hme- wau te reply.
UI th t yo ad mosne gives
a I wda- itrlp?'
I had was the reply. "but I
S ,miand that It wa, Mated.
41 -i alad ber."-Pearno's Weekly.
^ A Valuable Milatono.
A 1M 1"ewn soveti was toertag
amAshre Ina order to lear
at the Ulive of the tailabt.
w be cam aupoi an old ma
Rem on tbe o oodele aad.
Se I might gala some ksowt.
ta M aim. addkead him thes:
M" twIr ts It to Pietwood, my
T'3 aTo m a milestone a bit farther
o ** to amr reply.
dats the Nee. If I can't readr
S Mne nolates, awer to draw the old
to iao a eooverstion.
t h *sm Iti'l just ualt you. for there's
e aIt." ald the old follow.-Lea-
I poewe Dwreetloo&
Sssa1ngeap was trnmltted to the
dagJ igwr. As written It red:i
l ^adsaotumuader freht how
alteti tt at oWaN."
dsJe red'to ti the eeral toresa"
L pati m ea ctalna a ratBer star
Sia feOrmattoI. It read:
a Nem ader frlet bouses
atI ltle at aone" To which
o lies asd neotfy the lio
A bustl *Sag.
HiMswe- q"uhe out of
gIs I a seomme taw ste
"Polar Star" Ice Cream Freezers
A FREE R FOR EVERTOE. TE MOST.
IEE GOOD FREEZER on th MARKET
1 Quart Size............$ .75
2 "f t6 ............ 1.00
3 "... .............1.25
3 <4 .. . 1.50
4 '" .. ........... 1.50
Low in Price, SantMry, Qt ck Freezing
We have ready for you a Large Stock of
Coolers, Freezers, Screen Doors and Win-
dows, Lawn Mowers and Hammocks :: ::
.Come to Us for Your Summer Goods
YAEGER & BEHELHARDWARE Co.
SALE CONTINUED 10 DAYS
Face To Face
With My Friends and
the NIfc atL
+ANnWfl THE MST AUAK
After an absence of over three yei tiom your city,
I now offer you the Biggest Bains eve heard of be-
fore, and wishing to introduce Ay hoet m dneMs meth-
ods to you once again-known I am to most of you-is
a guarantee of my serving you letter now and in the fu-
ture than ever before. And thq following prices named
below will convince you still better.
THE GREAT SALE STARTS SAT., APRIL 29,
AT 8:30 A. M.
Evey Arti Mned PMIAIMN RES for thIs Grat Saeb
The Pamowa Amerian Prints ie
The Better Quality Gnghambs
Good Blaeching, yard wide:.
p to ............. .. lie
Fraitoftbe Lom ....... 9e
10-4 Blsehlna' ....... 2c
White Lawn 6e and up
India Laon Se to 29c a saving of
Ribbnsm 8e to 12e yd. about
half of the regular price
Towels, 4*e, 6, aad up to......c2k
CoateIrpaes from ae to $2.90
Handkerebietf, kc. 4e, 7c to l9c
8,000 Y of me broudery and
249a xat 7e d well worth up
to I. Don't l the oppr-
tuaty of a lifetime.
A 10 LINE OP LADIES'
Muslin Underwear at PFatory
Pries. Dont fall to imapoet
peal Thread. two speal ftr.. 6e
Ladies'. Men's and Chldrena's
Beeo, Ow. Sft. 0ee sIO..No
Men's vrahrts, the kind
all eas .. ............... 4
mm kind ....-----------............-----21eC
4Be kind .............. 25c
We and T7e kind.. --. .48e
Night Shirt 76e kind .48e
Pajama. $1.50. 86c per suit
The Aneot Neekwear ever men
in the City, 28c. I and 48c
Men's Odd Pants,from 6e to $6.0
Knee Pante to oet All
Straw Hats, the latest for the
entire family, at one-third le ,
we want to eave you money
Oxforda-For Ladies. Men. and
Children, at Advrtiasing Pri-
Parasole and Umbrellas, We to
........... .......... .W
Walking Caea............30 oup
Suspenders, to..... ....--
Suit Caaoe, from e saad up
SO RI Oetl d Framus and
Oil P"n wIl worth $ 150,
at 4. (uth ech 100 par-
chase) Rmet be seem to hbe
Now can you. in justice to yourself and yoor family, re-
main away? Come early and get a good pick and be
a good advertier to this Grat le.
2% LIbL %oft "M rpm
..'~ ~AA -. .uw.fl.
SUGAR AS FOOD.
Used With Discrimination, It Is an Aid
to Good Health.
"There is a prejudice against sugar
which is not Justified by physiological
reasoning." says the London Lancet.
"Sugtr la one of the most powerful
foods which we possess. as It is the
cheapest or at any rate one of the
cheapest In muscular labor no food
appears to he able to give the same
powers of endurance as sugar. and
comparative practical experiments
bare shown without thbe least doubt
that the hard physical worker, the
athlete or the soldier on the march Is
much more equal to the physical strain
placed upon him when he has had In-
cluded In his diet a liberal allowance
of sugar than when augar is denied to
"Trophies. prize and cape have un-
doubtedly been won on a diet In which
angar was Intentionally a notable con.
attuent. It has even been said that
aser may de4 de a battle and that
Jam after all is something more than a
mere sweetmeat to the soldier. The
fact that sugar is a powerful 'muscle
food' accounts probably for the disfa-
vor Into which It falls, for a compera-
tively small quantity amounts to an
excess, and excess lI always Inimical
to the easy working of the digestive
"Sugr satistes; It Is a eoneItrated
food. Where sugar does harm. there
fore. It to Invariably due to erceas
Taken In small quantitlee and distrib-
uted over the daily food Intakes. sugar
contributes moat usefuNlly tIn health to
tbe supply of energy required by the
"And It la a enrious fact that the
man who practically abstains from
suilr or rednces bhi diet to one almost
free from carbohydrates la favor of
protein foods, such as meet often
shows feeble muscular energy and an
Indifferent capacity for physical endr-
Why 5i4eoe Reigned.
"Darliln." be cried Ia tonme o deep
emotion. "at last you are safely ha my
arms and nothing shall part as more.
The object of his tomchln words aad
Pass onat eM m ade no apse.
but remained cold and silent Tears
welled Into his eyes I
"learent." be continued. "bow ema I
preve my love?t i there no macrulo
I can make for yoar sweet sake. eo
mfftrtng I an eedetmPn
This ai appeal waa inrwsitlob.
"Tbe best thia yea ea d&e my
man." maid a puff votes. "i to come
alo40 wirt me." And a beMtal polmw,
man uafatemed hm tuar the e ap.
poet and led hii aseatly away.-LA.
To Peow of MysfrtP.
"I eMat aRoed to baIme peple thal
don't knew shea t thiM perteiter oe
1ia." mld the pallrft-. awd I havet
SOwm I ead to m l w p ee tim
nu" iSm a4mam
A RIee Friend.
"You're a nice friend to baye! Wby
didn't you lend Borrougha the sovereign
"Why should I T
"To nave ma. TYo must have realaNd
that he knew If be didn't get It from
you be would from me. You've pne
tically robbed me of that amount"*-
The religious editor was strugglita
with the query. "Is It a sin to play
poker?" After much prayerful ee-
slderatloe be wrote the following reply:
"Yea; the way some people play it."-
Farmer Bentoer-I've just hbea
that the Widder DiEp bs married ,.
hired man. Farmer torubeak-Thu-
by Jolly, he'll have to climb down f
the fence sad go to wortL-PLk.
SHis Lees Ouw Galn.
Poet-I had a poem here, but whl '
I was waitlag for you I .arlk-lr
upeet some iak over It. and I feu t a
I cannot Mnahber It to rewrite IL,
Uditow-Thars good.-New York Prim,
A Qidek wlteh.
Jack (stwlynas v go raphby- th.a
what is a tait? father (Mreons M
paper-Pte crs of a-that Ks, a "p.
row strip of water oaeetlua t
tarpr hU.-Harpe'i Weekly. ,
Sabtisate for The Tr e Dean-rat.
KMuy tromble tmi te
thtit ids as o
asm for a dkM
.asbsosu, l -th
wr U, whamth ciMma
i tahemM beabls toeh
it Is yet afficted w"t
!mupom It, thecams
mio ni va"r mow"G.
. ;- +r'i Zu -.'
< "* .- *
: His Defeat!
T3y4Herbert Kauf mane
Advertising isn't magic. There is ho element of
the black art about it. In its best and highest form
it is pain talk, sawn talk selling talk. Its results are
in proportion to the merit of the subject advertised
and the ability with which the advertising is done.
There are two great enemies to advertising
profit, and both of them are caused by ignorance of the
real functions and workings of publicity.
The one is to advertise promises which will not be
fulflled, because all that advertising can do when it
accomplishes most is -to influence the reader of your
copy to investigate your claims.
SIf you promise the earth and deliver the moon ad-
rising will not pay you.
If you draw men and women to your store on
pretense and fail to make good, advertising will have
harmed you because it has only drawn attention to the
v fact that you are to be avoided.
It is as unjust to charge advertising with failure
under these conditions as it would be for your neighbor
to rob a bank and find yourself indicted for his misdeed.
In brief, advertised dishonesty is even more profitless
2 than unexploited deception.
The other great error in advertising is to expect
more out of advertising than there is in it.
Advertising is seed which a merchant plants in the
confidence of the community. He must allow time for
it to grow. Every successful advertiser has to be
patient. The time that it takes to arrive at results
rests entirely with the ability and determination you
display in the effort. But you cannot turn back when
you have traveled half way and declare that the path
You can't advertise for a week and because your
store isn't crowded say it hasn't paid you. It takes a
certain period to attract the attention of readers.
Everybody doesn't see what you print the first time
it appears. More will notice your copy the second day,
a great many more at the end of a month.
You cannot expect to win the confidence of the
community to the same degree that other men have
obtained it without taking pretty much the same
length of time that they did. But you can cut short
the period between yctur introduction to your reader
Sand his introduction to your counters by spending more
effort in preparing your copy and displaying a greater
amount of convincingness.
You mustn't act like the little girl who planted
a garden and came out the next day expecting to find
it m full bloom. Her father had to explain to her that
plans require roots and that, although she could not
sa what was going on, the seeds were doing their most
important work just before the flowers showed above
S. So advertising is doing its most important work
before the big results eventuate, and to abandon the
money which has been invested just before result.
arrive is not only foolish but childish. It would &-
Sst' as logical for a farmer to abandon his fields because:
he could not harvest his corn a week after h4e planted it.
Advertising does nct require faith-merely corn-
mon scnse. If it is begun in doubt and deserted before
normal results c.n be rca.orab y liok d for, the fault
does not lie with the newsp'tpecr er with ibulicity--
tt rest- erti-ely upon thec head uf t. c,....rd wh.
retreated b,,ore he nwas "!..j'. J.
(Copyright. 1901. by 2.:.iCov,,p07rw. C,'--.
&Aftb besh AbeAM es.
U~ydhrdom qdd~iy toe;m
ad d lok Is .6dleem.
b Nodmwuno umeof kid.
sad found them to be- Jt what I
-eeI. Thbey affv me rMIpt relief.
Ad for that reao I meost Ieuily rec-
ommuld them to anyone aMlt with
Per le by all dealers. PrieS 0
emto. Feter-Milburo Co., Buffalo
New York. soe agents fr the United
Remember the name-Doma'e-sd
take am ether. 11.
IaqutdsM em i Iseuod ma ever 1 0
0eumm 0f the U0fs VtnW S by dw
ofM Ow i I o
-or m I t mueas, ea
m Ie. of t s
JESSE FRENRC PIANO CO
Amca's caig autarc ad Dales.
Sok ll N. "iu~ of Uk WOjWS QGrFate-st
twa Kvr sole of music, Uk waste-
- tbat dofs111Wbd*.
Iafact the iowhe
S ect of compete uarmo
he RKIHOI aad th CHASE PIAW :
An th te hst standard.
The Product ofGa atas of Pia Progress.
Write for catalog.
JESSE FREN lI PIANO CO..
A. G. FOIES, aager.
WHAT MAGAZINE do YOU W
of thec besd Magazines and'Bok absolutey five*
Here's i how! ntr SUP p ptedatheWoofhi
Ifers owI good amosey-nothifg mm-or e pef
eve issue of this 'mr4hy ane Am..peeked In the predi b 6 apdhm
end exchaap them wibthot me aom Qddhlemd
Save Library Slips..Wthe w bot.
They a re- in d6h0hef.bniwg podI
Arno*"s htow A"Dwlhi Nab fDmrdis" O
A1,1~eawubWb Sed r=" U.0 f= L a =
ft ow Le atu64 O fto to
mywfe-$ ft bs"m ?. P.p
ISO"e (me n O W ee: r ody
Free Illustrated Ctalog
S11 Wai 140 Sb4 Nm, K To
I Ilk skmv
L-.:A L4, A&
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V IMWAY NMotNUl.
.htel ear IL
at the Cb- nao Trtiune
deaf. AlthuUgl films abl
to hear wht wSIM 9n1Id 1i
tone of vouce was frequent.
It is related of Wil, that
into the buslufts deairt-.
If the ice One d(Ly to nlA L all
shout something that had oc,.
to blim, and a young Innis who
bow In his employ oUly a few
N dkrtook in a loud tone of
to ealdgteU him.
I uhyt dM you say?" aked Mr. Me.
SPUttn blg hand to bil ear.
yo ang man repeated the quoe-
*i in a tlW loader voie.
'I m't bear you," mid the editor.
el, chase yourself around the block.
p| oMd iraBy!" muttered e Impa-
iM empiyee Jmt above bhi breath.
im Wmt an old cranny." said Mr.
tNVWag away, "and I hall not
piSe f around the bloek."
bftm y tng man made Imme-
to say goodbye to)
Sb the gre t editor probably
t t the lesoo be had re
Was saclet and did not dia-
Some alrd co try ftik te to ife6.
note of what they call the corer dayl
-the 20)tb of March awl the 20th t ;
Septemlber-wbhe the sun cr xTsea ti
line and the days and aolhts are f1
equal length and Ihe 2mbt of Jiae (the'
l'bgefrt day of the 1ear> and the 2 th
f le,,mutr (tbe hortes;). After te
:nlb of June they any, "'Wu n 1)e days
grow shorter the w atlher grows hot-
fer,." nudf after lP*P. 2. "An the days
begin ti, lengiSei Olthe vold btMgins to
strengthen." 9 |
Lrevil -. Ie, a noted old weather
prophet, who muel to, w'vnth Ibe weath-
er from his eyrie onu klartown moun-
tain, southern Ierksiblre, Mass., made
propheciea which were greatly prized.
lie made bin pruguioitlcationas from a
study of the ~unds, the clear, cloudy
and stormy day./ fur tenl days each side
of the corner dnvs and multiplied them
by 3 to tell the weather for each see-
ceeding quarter., nd1 he made some
marvelous guesses.- .New York Prees.
"I'rlsoner at the bar," maid the mag-
latrate, 'for the crime of overspeeding
you will pay a fine of $10 or be took to
Jail for ten day,."
"That's not a correct sentence." mar.
mared the prisoner. I'hlladelphia
*. *^~rHU B ^
Building Stone, Moe"snmtal Wrtk,
fidal Stone for BuAdSg as wai &
Coping for Rldmcem and
Call and see
and get best of
us for estimated on all the bove
Material as well as but prie fr
Offke on G.EF L L L, ot frt dJ
Yours for sins,
The Capital Stone Company,
A Famea* Landon Tavern.
bh MamM was the ame of a ta-
lp amndo tavern frequented by
* MgitT e and actors during
liga of. Queen lisaboth. All the
'and tdist of the Ume assembled
ir eMTlvial enjoyment. An.
WW made. It the oaone of great
|embats between such men as
en, Johnson, Beaumont,
e Idea, Carew, Donne and
p Ir roeratlaJ memory. It was
i place of the celebrated
Iel ab, the origia of which ln
m to r Walter Raleigh. The
@M twerm waas located In Bread
M aSd wq handily reached from
I thsblobtfares, so that It has
I i ftm reerred to In various ways.
*M aitaol Bread street. the Mer.
Ib t FMray street and the Mermaid
bw street were. however, all one
the amo. It was the nearest to
f sneet. The Mermaid was de-
Sa the great London fre. There
P *hr, Mermaid taverns. one In
de aad another In Cornhill, but
so such Ms oasltlona an clung
o arfaid street.
isgh of the Word "sBlgu."
I "boga I amid by Dr. Ogli-
0 darTald from Bogbhse., t be
A-S otbeMsI s American swindler
the Year IMS ooded the
IaM Autbhweterm state with
Mills e sa m mortgage, etc.
t the word with "bogy," a
I r ebilne, and so allied to
g tiloesU or chimerical.
l the "Diglow Papers" ays:
of the reach bogaes."
was the gar cane a*a
le Ms dry, ernabed state from
w eased ean trabh and fit
burming. bolag onBymoass
to B rwer, there aI
SaKt or thInuV loang a
whk* b eb nlgMu the rtid
Be; tM Of the cane of a
Aft aOt bring as to the
M twad seeolig without
t aabble fedumstie.-
beirth t Salad
I jl he m ie a salad of
B l w Inq uorum
1Wthw alM 4s cborthwest
It b a malad of undlasted
M th stomeb oSt a wfreb
a btr, bap. st e U
s l G.tr'il mp The
tmee emoluwev. oemAsh;
on a verlb dthb with
s aol ds the iar mtan
e t whbcb they wret
Ni d rewl They
~ sTier. teedear andI
thea any ether, and
Ot s m off ld8440410. They
Ss.peed tbetr last pemay
i as o the ladian do with
|^ b iad Loee.
sol* Ai l ywms-i Jse.
W"an them yes in databr.*
years" ** i si th M- W
b est tmee yes Garry
'-Efif st b aw if it bad
P. P. P.
.A P.A e P. P.weaid
If e s90 dea tim so"
P 114P. P
Ple simels s, a o oot I
P a P. P. a s
v r S W"ed is
P P. P.
P u P. e Opnion.
Pr*. I did so wynt to Aave o talk
Que of Her Opinion.
"Oh. I did o want to 11HTd a tlk
with you! I'm imrply mad to go oa
te stae!" erelniamed a rushinX young
l4y to a* pO*pullr telor.
"YeT. I should think you would be,
my door young lady!" remarked the
"Why do you wear a yachting cap.
deh boy? It's your hbther that own
te ya bt "
"Vey true. old rhap. Thia is me
brothers cap."- (leveland Plain I)aler.
iutty Is port of the Oanibed lan.
age whi irch goodnav r speaks. -- llot.
HINTS RI lAY CANTON.
great blti A.
nIotice for PbUatlea.
DIPARTMKNT OF THE INTERIOR.
U..I la"lOW at sOevaiMvFlt ornld
NotteIhsosgivestn t Ewrd Awar. or
O khMks-, r who. on April 14, mad.
bi=Mls -y. WNM. "ltrtaJW Number MO.
tor South half of north eat qutor. sIntlM
tanohshp 1 se. vranes s west. ? *,, lebm m
rues, h sl a ofie d teaUio to maok als
lvo yr e to elbim the hId ahbey dmedsr
n .~e.m r he asthsda of ofr. IM.
MfAM PmI witnme.:
WUNeIm linds e V. of tllashae. Florida.
Jaskm Gpra. f T ,laT s- Floruda.
TMNS J. .edis. of Oeklookia PordLMa
Edwmd r. Hale. of Oeklocknh
M4t HenrOWy S. Chh igltr.
NoTICElrCIe trby sm to whonm It a m m
ear sn.t m ionlh da of CharleW. MaN.
nino, a miner. I will ake application to the oam.
tdo o.f LOm county. Florkla. at his oae las
eourt bhea In the eitp of Tallahasse, o
Moday, Jua n7, A. D. IM, at 10 o'clock a. a.. or
Sams ute rltr ms I can be hoard for autbtor
to l 11 *II theason tract of land. demerilbd
W %ofmo 4, ezeept ten are.off the w sdeof
etioan 30. township a8 range 2-- acres.
Ne of s o of ctkon 20. township Ia.
rane I o--0 aoes.
Sw %ofa w 4of action II. township 3 a.
MrIst G-40 am.
S" of d af otion 2. towmnahip 3 n, rang
W of n %.,o t l0 aer off the w side,
ruaning its full leo th, of section 1. townships
n. range I a-e-- are.
a 14of ae 4Mad- sof section U. townahip $
a. rieS a e-400 acr.
E of so a of *ction O, township I n range
Beorne and n1 of na % ofseetion
Iowshlp I n. ran.sI e--ls aser.
n w 1 of setks U, township S a. ureae So
All situaid lIn the State of lr.ida. owaW of
Leao. M. MaICAi R. MMAnlOs
14w Guardian of Charies W. Mannoit.
Providinfor the keueuaof the streets of the
, ty ofTalaas Iangod rpair
al It ordnlednd by th lftl sael of thae atf
of Talbamemas. m fe.Uara
emtelL That Int im a at Chaptr 164
of the laws atf norda iM aet It provide fr
ehaMp Wofthe atrMeadf t-aM a Tu oTea.
a o repair tht very eadd ml
persn oveer the e dae of ueIIn Wo and- nader
oaff rtyAve a ta the Ny
WIll a. 'o, TM se i Ml eter I
a---L---*W-uI-fI T -AmM anWd wh -- ore
s e assued ftran Ma sea mW46M
nat A maita-la dx- in l in Freelda
that mepn aseen n isas aW
'r re W =V OM l a mw.
poer ter shemorm adism vI-b d
to ashblfhe -tofP4ee o inU ih
"A wr te Ism mv"toMe m
n A. II till n ie
m And of man a
p wothe ua e f -
=1 08o= wea"nemo s seseof fdarW
at@e9s llsa yoh m>en a dat sanlml -
Oth **nfh .to
ltn The^A ehwiof^^^^^^B o shM mieA"L Io
atngesO N me see k
ahee aho h semu rlie thM bm ab temdo
bs teo reI poem jsatatO ieea or
hur AMas tme efns for meq ha9O"n ee -sO
in writin maty in seweOMe l*w
uhse thW e -eoor Sn aee Itt ohi
rome st at phs.oofmOW
UlerCoau A e G orinkt. L
nd t rofeel smWM -hel Wses.
to work the 6te a"
for Ism thban Ave a r W- meen in
I w th *Rgesfs ooff asZe Th O
Immune e t01 Othohe tenAPO
Apprevoi Apim a 100*v Mh
Best Apple Vinehar, r I............................... e
Granulated Sgar, 17 for $1 or per b.................. e
Rice, pr Ib............................................. 6to Se
Rice, perlb ----- ------------------------------------S5toS
Octn oap, ba------------------------------....................................... e
Good LUck taking Power, 8 boxes-------------......-------....-............ s
K i per gal......................................
Wilbura's Stock Food. 2 b beket, worth 8.0. My prce...1.
Wineof Life, Stella-Vita worth $1. Myprice.............. le
Walker's Deed Shot C do Care for horse, worth $1, my price, 'i
Rod Croa Corn Ring and Black Draught, worth 25e, my price, 20e
All Patent medicines at reduced prices
Yard Wide Sh p -in-, pero Ya ............................... e
Vrult of theo Loom Bleahing, peryard .. ..-.. ...... 1c
40-Inch Lawn, white ....................................... 10e
40-Inch Lawn, -------------------------------------- 10c
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, Shoes, Dry Goods, Gents
Ready Made Clothing. Just received a nice line of
Linen all colors, Indian Head Waistings, &c., at
Hard Time Prices. I buy for cash, sell for cash,
and you don't have to pay the bad fellows debts.
So call and get my prices. I buy and sell all kinds M
of country produce Your Friend,
J. W. FERRELL.
223 South Adams Street
The most perfect little implement ever m
made. Sharpens the dullest scissors in
a few seconds.
Edison's latest inven-
tion. Should be inevery lady's hand
bag. Lasts for ftVyears,
Price O"ly 25Ceats.
mUSan W bJ
ALFORD BROTHERS, 140 SOUTH MONROE ST
WE ARE OmTFITTERS FOR MEN, FROM PIEADITO HEELW IN REPUTABLE
WEARING APPAREL. WITH PRICES TO PLEASE.
A New Line of Men's Dress
Shirts in White and Fancy Light
Summer, with Soft Collars.
famous "Wachusett" fitting Shirts
Some Sticky New Patterns in
the Stylish I made "Manhattan"
Trousers,!Browns, Serge and Greys
in Stripes, Blue Serges and Flan-
nels. [I Made in
Hip Pants that fit.
Nobby New Suits, Sprightly Spring Hats, New Cuts in our Florsheim Summer Shoes. The New Flowing End
Tie, Hose to Match, Belts from Green to Grey, and all the B.V.D., Porousknit, Linen Mesh and other underwear to
keep men cool, at
sodlso the co-
WuIF "aof haw
I Wtb ma.t
am S* a in'
m railroed will
e Junction with
toke re. e
aa~f the troad
| With th*
* onlyodid bis
s koewting to
IL -6% Me says:
f=-tep to me
Ia fsreeof vol-
sM, m0t 4aly that
*tett w aizi
st get the
a tat Duke
a the lo
Im o -'I
CALEIDA Chaires Perseal sad Lecale imt of the Chesterwfld & Lancaster B "WI3"M3L3
t.Chaire, .May 1 .Last Wednesday Raalway Roscoe asya he hated not to Tallahsse Is to has a wireless ti.
Ctar M 18..- t W9asitli littledaccep tthis tIportant i, but afterphone.-Oriadeo
if the Cemmeaesmemot clUoss at ws a5s 5al5 C pSto, m ,thI e talkingit over with eGeore*to wn t Per p tthe o ne.-..etof eal d.
tthi just sa cr&t into exi stence two t Ie
Woman's COlBe. tewn just Olai to existence two Western people, they Insisted ona his M- tans?-Pen.see Joural
Fut A n C Exr- making with them and promised him bothis me i
Fourth Annual Commencement Exr- The occasion was a general picnic. a change soon. seae anre bmuch e Oh, no, thee ee with us bs
cisse, Florida State College for Women, barbecue and the sallngof lots. Early people to work for, and allow him so ~ co' ies fI
and preceding Recitals and other exer- In the morning crowds began to g* many privileges, that Roecoe will re- a aiTr ue 5l.
mLssa beg an.ft-ay 21, at 4:0o'lk frowm all direptilias. An excursion came main ia Georgetown, and has corn- i:. for the lo ot a
ee., be giy 21 at 40clock from Thomasville, which included menced the ersetion of a permanent ,.ropwu a taPs for the inwhts L
p. m. Banker Smith. Mayor Triplett and the home atong her cultured e. **pl to sa rtat "a team-
Friday afternoon, May 21, at 4:30 bra band. Prof. Woodberry's chooi tto in and about. th*e tee
o'eloek. and Friday evening, at 8:0 Nearly fifty lots were sold, on which lIX for her cloein etom nexi k. ampa Tribu e,
e'clock, piano recital in chapel, y the some will begin right away to erect Te yearly examinations will begin thia (As m
pupils ofe Mm Martha Cline. % Pe pro- baildiags. week
raa are selected from the music of Mr. Hubert Cotten showed his skill in The Junior Epworth Leaue held an c I, C. ILEm".
SoM masters. domestic sen by the excellently bar- Interesting business session l t Friday The tt Mtond m Ut
Saturday morning, at 11 o'clock, or- becued meats of different kinds, which evening, with Tefford Searboro at Mrs. onSbe bly, mn I
an reital by _pil of Mi Tarbet. were doe to perfection. Woodberry'a, afterwhich they all en. a t e rr! ible -
Satudard evenA, at 8. May 2. in We cannot say whether oursister vil- joyedameses, and were treated to the pOsible fo sayem beea
chapeli. ee recite' by pupils of MiSe lage will ever be a great town or not, most elicioustaffy. againtI e .tot have es i
Sarah Yaneey Clne. Perona attending but ashe has some men ofsoundbuniness 5 or doesIM, will cre any ca ,se wasie.- tloMmY
this concert will pleas note that an of and te n her ofChil Fever. Price USc. 7lt had s agt wth the
earlier hour than usual is set on account nd we like to ee people trying to do t e up zla n d i
of the following reception: something, eve if they fail in the try-. :- ty.t. .. .
O meeting of the Thalian Literary i. fthe In the Circuit Court of the Seaond J en 'mU mat a
Society Saturday evening, May 22. The principle promoters of the new diclal Circuit of Florida. in and foa 5 i.
nna entertainment, to which card enterprise are Messrs. J C. Upehurch. the County of Leon-In Chancery. te l. aed
of invitation will be issued, will be Bery Boyd and son, Harley. and Black, John Jon. ompaina vs. LyJI. Joems. Do. Sdepty l l- to sw- s1i it
given in the form of a lawn party on the one of Clearwater's hief citizens, who f. ndeat-bivere. my ySfd.O and .of s-
campus. has been spending a great deal of time IT HAVING BEEN MADE TO APPEAR BYhed
In Trinity Methodist Church the an- Up here recently. Mr. (ouch t th,, t, tyl
aual commencement sermon will be tae place, lad off the lotms and cn snoero Imn otmd t uSthe nrviefti tht. h s little over sa daeat o-n---
reached by Rev. Ciaude W. Duke, D. them out for sale. aPns upon who wou Md aldefendat .al the
., pastorof First Baptist Church Rev. and Mrs. Williams rnIt afrom t It. .inrat.ho.7. _at. _C _dt y mmad a e
Tam a. Dr. Duke is an eloquent Friday until Monday over at miccosukie. i fendamt and sh i. hereby r aiurd to apr was *ellitn wlsk do sm
eae*r. and a man of extensive cul- Mrs r who makes tier hume to the bih of eonplnt hertin. on Motday. he ehav itteynou mi t
S-d t... with herdauter Mrs. Luten at At.th day of July. A. D. I; ad that bth is-w t I do aets a Is
tore~l aId traveoi. He has Hree ly re- *'f*n I : _bePublished on a wdwe lsk f__ _-sht a) s ai t Io e dItha:ldoinotiweI
tued frem a visit to the Holy Land. Ga.. is now visiting at her we ek ntT.oeeklyaTrue D rt. amo sem the ijuryithMaks it the
,? !Se5 i ere Mra. Strickland. ,erpuTbLT I.SS ioSni.r---l
At 8 o'clock p. m., Trinity Church, rei.d Nr. M ler na D.F.Gram- Ite .'h.iki r k l. cm. Sdutyto vit ythi that's i"I
RBv. R. V. Atkinson, D. D., pator of li ng fI l S d Kand theu al t ert thiseth deo of M. A. 1D. blind tiger.
Firat Methodist Church, Uve Oak. will p ir Wf T Saud:a.y fENRY T. r x .Reptfully L.C. Ro
eh sapeclally to the members of the ....C. an in --- -" (lrk o- a t. ". cr af-ul'so e
tneCol e fw lty and the astudato ye, w tin e lw burg a sort while Atl R.t- T. r.LKKi.. Catflas suitable ford ceI
olee facultyand the atud Ilast Wednesday, enroute to the picnic, II-w clirk ofsaid Court. P. Nthe
S dy at Capitols. Mr. Roberts ia; gaining olson, the J
Moodaymorning, at 10:30 o'clock, in quite areputatkm as being the only
C ,lWeue Hall, there will be an exhibi- men in the State who can successfully
ton of work done by the elasme in Do- ranle Alfalfa.
wstiac Science and Art, under the dl- Mr. D. F. Grainbling, another of Cen-
retion of Miss Catharine Malflan, who terville's leading farmers and staunch
has charge of these departints. Atf. itieas, alesecae down Wedneday,
tr eommeneemst Mle Miligan will Meers. Graham Gelser and Hay, of
so to the Univeraty of Tenss leyd, was both guests at the same A I o lo
wlb mhe has b eVlea Dan Go homi hee Sunday evening. It mst
W ,men for the isummertem, ond iven take fty prpo for yaea meIn rI eao .
haroe ofthe mco-ee in Home to take twelve mile drive na eueh a iiAA i
ay afternoon, at 6 o'lo'k. to the Miu Geortia Felkel, who has been D ig e sti
-nim. an exhibition m physical vishug Mrs. J. C. Upeburch, Mrs .J 1 .
amider th direeties of min r eifm- and Saum, uesl Febru- jg e wy too ficw If you kBnr wW w **A
lIaseu. ,,left yesterday (or Talthehe., -.- .. -
Meayeven a 0o'eek, at a was the goeat of Mrs. H. T is worth. Kodol keepw tUi om aat p
dmIl @tW aP s lid sse Aile Patterson and u" by insuring good diesl e. Kod cumes 'D pp w .
Ml .-,tera.ry Societ y Were the stsonday, in -I
T d-a -ft M e, fhi I to6 a City, ofRev. and Mrs. I. ., Kodol lasures good diestles by to special d rt by 0a es
of art exhibit s iall,. ad absolutely duplietlag Natare's ",eiuats" doesn't cm re N a
bI tot, C, D W M r. oMb C lmarde vi a ted his broth normal process, n pw featy N or 3st a S ..j|
S C e. r L r. Pattersoe' Seeksy. la all ood takes late the stem es iI i
SMr...V.c. m aire.m made dafiy vists ao ser i aw. esoh tes t .
g SA VMSft- ftftlust wa eek ea6h day be- While Kodol Is doing this, the can be averted sad o res!a! te
seS e-t by -leg a I 'a.ar.i-a fte with MW. lHas stomach is restlng-ad beaotla 7 at el mass
2L2?maeSme he'r father Fi- stro sad healthy. A stress R Kodel uppes this a" sagel
W inutmdrreumay4 tl l atrathe heahy tomach gwrasates" a mesaa. t perhm t* stswur
isbnu bt theoOssona -om soead an active brai. wok Itr -fnt as the isessg
e ahe bBeea Ide" o A mee"tasir fm tia eburgto "eW man with a soed stomach idM I o -wale th som
Cala a Ci y was impremed ww ith 4 emae test is a otai sws the ea ta a eaU e rat. **-r t t"
WMA Imilnaae of bu me, III Ill r jev wW at Nateinteed tMOWNh'&i@ k.
,-__.y..; 1M. e, O
.B.laThe ..s with a sick s tomas, Is
m g go"ls, a mea siek an over. When the
the i udamm as t g s es is StoWg by eassdee
-swum bob __ MsndI,
0 V331 VaILPAY MORNING.
JAN U ARIY.
Thtr wis ta month i bornm
B gg s rave garnet shall be worn;
will Insure her constancy.
? 'e frendship and fidelity.
S February born will And
ulty and peace of mind,
S radom from passion and care
If they tWh amethyst will wear.
Who on this world of ours, their eyes
S] h first op, shall be wise,
days of pril firm and brave,
Towear bloodStone to their grave.
SShe who from April dates her years,
DtJols hail wasr, lest bitter tears
I r taese low; this stone
SB of oeence isknown.
Who nt beholds the light of day
S 'a sweet flow'ry month of may,
Swears s emerald all her life,
I be Se a loved and happy wife.
We semes with uamer to this earth,
A owes to Juea her day of birth,
1: W L 7 on her hand
Ialwth and lon life com.*
glowiag ruby shouM adorn
w o warm July are bern;
w. U they be exempt and free
S 1 love, doabta mad asxiety.
S'W amdoyx or for thee
A= hr., without this stone,
S kl mu lie unloved and lone.
l A ie b with "tama lves
n I m Septsueem b rer's
Si NM-t her brow Ambld bind;
T Tw eeo disease of thae mind.
Se d bora for woe
's vitlosituis m t know;
w oval Ion her breast,
p w these woes to rest.
esmes fr t to this world below
drear November's f ad and sow,
pr se the topa's am ho,
of frieN and levers true.
Dee umber h ge you birth-
melth of siew ase aand mirth-
Syeur head a turquoise blue;
Swill bes whate'er you do.
31198AL 5AU3 ICES
Is I TrtaIOy Chrh Seaday
Sim |of ShOp Oasu ay.
wl ay mwr, in honor, of
m u rW,were very pathetic and
- -le was particularly appr.-w
-of olee whklh weae re.
l thoir pao thea d w
Mr. W. W.
-MI toulSitMe Dr.m **.
will be asetas Ad b
o the loed M er had --
be ljap_"pJBI st the now
....oo for W
Id atnwork Soern
I" WW be bd at Momteae.
I to I temtsiva Dr. H.
Dow will boe ageted by
the oa athas had dur.
B R. D. .Ci:hVL ABOVE TtKOUBLS. AIAO
7F.Z&LMA ANf KRHIIYMATMM.
For tweonty-hve m re y oetase Blood B Im (B.
! .) ha tBen euearing yvrl thoumandsft i suffe-
we from Prinery. gerondery or T.rtar Blemd
Poaleom. and aI form of Blood sd MAl In MesM.
C(*neer, Khtmnlism and Ecznma, We Soliet the
mnit obstinate cases, bwesuae R. B. B. cum
where all *se fail. If you have akhes and Mnas
In Bo, Baeck or Joints. ues. Patch- In
mouth, o"e Throt, PlAml,. Cop-o-r.Cwd
veets. i1er on any part of thebod, H or
rebrow. falinfg out, Itehin, A l bilbt a or
even humrne Risnr. or fripi KCmM Biteg.
well ins Biii orns, take 3 .3. It klls
the poUmm. maks the blood pare sad risk. sem-
ptely ethe un tho entire bady Into a etea.
h y f fr tlea. heal every aw or paimpiP
and stopinr all a ses. pas sad Itehhir, enrHoe
the wort eae of Blood PoISoN, Rbeumatim or
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. R. B.) is pim.-
sat and safe to take; mampend of pure Botaile
hend1ete. It periA sad enrMices the biod
d RUoGUrM 1 PS LARWS B(ffLE, with
dheetkme for ho nras.
Sold in Talahass, rl. by
HARD s. SMITH a do.
Dru tore. Call or writ.
NL AND MRS. BlSTEHL ITIRTAIN
In eHser of Their VasMtl Gest,
MNis esl a0 o 3ew.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Bethel gave a
delightful bridge to Saturday after.
noo l bhonor of their visiting guest,
Mis Besle Snow.
Thi whole lower floor was a bower
of bloom and beauty. The color scheme
was pink sad blue and in the floral doe-
oration these colors were exquisitely
blended, roses and swet peas ben the
flower used. The tea table was laid i
the handeeme apartment, half break-
fast room half eosoratory, which
has reeouty bees added to the Bethel
resideMnc, and there doilous refresh-
meats were served.
In the game Mi Henrietta Amas
made the hbhest cor, sad was award-
ed a loveWI pOnk gaue fat with Ivory
ek Th e oat prise, a and-
some ble silk parasol. was given to urs.
Walter Wight, of Cairo, Ga.
Guests present were: Mrs. T. E.
Perkins, Mrs. Donald C. Mceullen, Mrs.
C. u. Ausley, Mr. D. M. Lowry, M.
Pred C. Moor, Mrs. Walter Wiht, Mrs.
Talbot Wbitfield, issee Gertrude Chit-
tendoe, Henrietta Ames, Kate Sullivan,
Lueille Saxon Ella Nash, Jonel, Ed-
moundmo, Velieis Perry, Mary Cherry,
and ies Snow. the honoree.
Iorcd lato xale.
Win. Upchurch, of Glen Oak, Okla.,
was an exile from home. Mountain air,
he thought, would can a frightful lung-
reeaking eogh that had defied all remeo-
dim for two years. After six months
e returned, death dogi his steps
"-hen I bean to ue Dr. lns'a New
aiovoy, yhe writes, "aad ter tak-
lag lbotles I am as well as eer."
It saves thousand jaarl from epr.-
at@ _naecd_ Infaldbbl orCorgbs
and Co it dimpelf H -earespaL
S&e" Threat. Cure Grip Bro hitle,
Hemorrhage, Aathma, Coup Whoop-
g Cough 50. sad 1.00, ial bottle
free, guaranteed by all druggists.
tubbo--Llke a top--evor lo a
"Oreat Sosttl What do you taker
"As alarm eloek to my room and
then sot the alarm for halt a hoar
after I o t bed. As esoo as It rtap
I naturally roll over and go to seepr"-
Helpli Him Out.
Borrows-I ay, old man, I wlah you
would help me out today.
Ruayman-Havo't tiam to de it my-
self, but I'll call the porter. Joh,
open the door and help the gtudleman
'That artist Is a rel geouat," re-
marked the admirer.
"No" answered Miss Cayane;: "he
ra't be a real geluais, or people
wouldn't be maylag O many compil-
menotary thing- about him before ha Is
Tie two chitef gollag suporltloos
are that two up and Oe to play sever
woo a match and that it sto ualecky to
win the fArst hole. It is hard to say
which Is the saillier of the two-Leidon
UHe most hbe ththebod with a-
or It will soos ratn threoug.-
7, MM- at a a mea ,
pletely. Now I eao eat aytihMg. I
am 70 years old d am oeroyd to
get my health am et- baek
ranla." or Indlaestl, Lees of A-
*tt. Kidney Lmam Ba .
roma Complaebt, it ne-quaed.
Only me, atal Wdia ml-
Ua"Im .wom e Ide, j
Ths isbateagagd, these pe
ple om the sotl meett
Z- pi1 -'
Hre mad Utherm osa uA iwe
i mIdocea sUlors ws pneto o IpeSt
and huge brushes palate cowi, staa-
chlons, rails. everything they eoMld
reach. Suddenly druvpploa hbe bruas.
one of these mallors rushed to a maa
in a black salt.
"Oh, sir," be cried distreastully.
"you've sat down on fresh white
With a roar the man leaped to his
feet, curved him1.elf a.rot~atJlally and
stared at the seat of his trousers.
"But I've got a bottle of beneine In
my bank," said the sailor. "I'll ruu
and get itL I'll have your peats all
right n a jiffy."
Boon the pants were all right. and
the man are he strolled Jauntily off
(a little wet and smelly, perhaps) gave
the sailor a quarter.
"That's the third today, BU," the
maDn ad to his mate. "I tall you.
what with all this painting us Jackles
do darn near as well on tips as the
"That's right," said BilL "I made a
dollar myself yesterday with that lIttle
bottle of bensine."
The Children'* PHled.
Mr. C., a distinguished lawyer of
Boston, was on bis way to DeOver to
tranasact some Important business.
Daring the afternoon he noticed to the
oppoelte section of the Pullmsa a
swat faeod, tired appeartin woman
travella with four small ebdrWa.
Baeln- tod of children and fteling
any7 for the mother, he sem made
fuftads with tha Uttle ome. L y
the nut morning he beard their eager
questleos aad the pateist "Yes, dear,"
of the mother a shbe tried to drasm
them, and, looklat out. ha saw a small
white foot protruding beymd the op-
posite eurtaln. Reaching ascros the
aisle, be took hold of the large too
ad bema to rect,. Thi ltt pig
went to market; this little pig stayed
at bomo." The foot was suddenly
withdrawr, and a cold, quiet veok
Nad, "That is quite safletont, thank
Mr. C. bestily withdrew to the
smoker, where he remained until the
train arrived in Denver.--ood Hooe-
Hard and Soft.
"What," asked the teacher. "does
"That's a kind of coal," maid little
"Yes. Anthracite coal Is what we
eall hard coal. 8o 'anthracite' most
mean 'hard.' Now, can you tell me
what 'bituminous' means?"
'That's coal, too," Wilie replied.
"But It isn't the masse kind of coal
that anthracte ais, is It? Bituminous
coal is what we commonly refer to as
eoft coal. Now, WUlli, let as eo If
you can form a esetence cootlnl'a
the words anthracite sad bitmianous."
Willie thought the matter over for a
moment sad then Mid:
"Here's ons: 'This morning before
pa starfltowatown ma wanted 8$
for groceries Sad thin, and ashe tried
to get It by saying bitalinous wo s,
but pa ave her aan thrwite look,
and when be disappeared around the
corer she was weenpia bmoem-.
ly.' "-Atlnsa OetsttaUon.
Has grace the D- Arayf was
addreanms a select company Ia a o-
da drawtin room a the pmut stae
of thinms ta Both Afes. "I look fhr.
waud to the time," he mid, "whn the
3agstsua win mary the Boer girl
and hare an gasah wtfe as wnlr
Irpistable dowglW looked their
upre ad thaime han tos m e
Th- tha das carfmluy xp d
that ha meant, of eosM, that the aee
irt should become a- gliShwomaa
to all tiotests and perpoMes.-eyaoidd'
RU- *a f MT n
T-e most me-reiess my 1 Iad tor
1i ea"" delares Mrs. James Dun.-
ean of H M o Ma., "ws Pye-
p Ipal. I maftad itl tey eat-
i a or drkinkln M seereaely leep
Aftr many remis had failed and
several doctor -ae me e., I tried
Eletrice Bitters, whi w me eom-
What Is CSO,
Caideeb Is a hmkinhn f r *W'
M"" lha" &&bmm. ft w iaree
M"ois t reaff" es .ikgtauhis
The Child,..'. ilota5m D'Ind"
The Kind You Have Always
In Use For Over 30 YM7
em e w mum. ama ini_ e. .p
A CONVINCING PROOF
of the worth of medicine is the esre it a
one who has used Bdlard'sa -r tw U4 kw
CURE 'BUMS.. Ia
AND ALL P
USBD SNOW LINIMWaT 10 VYBA
V. L. Seottle Richmond, Mo., wrtbs- .
eertify that I bave used your Bnow rJinlMlV
years for rheumatism, oalsl lM
and in over ease It h a
Aveld all Subetitutm Th1M SieMs 3,
BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT
S00-*N8 Nert4h S1amd Stet. aT. I
Sold ,C .- RecommendM
VOR SAT. DY RlAREL M a&M
P~Md. w ti Sui:*
of woof $6666ma o u
ho isseesb ---- shutar f
*m sad 0
fM beid TM EUwe Mumps
to me hg Msolw*-
ma he bw b
UW~~W thadWU.wkh sadnd~
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PRUDENT PERSON WILL TELL YOU
that Real Estate is the most safe in-
vestment of money.
Many people agree to the above and may say
"TELL SE SOEITGM TEAT I DON'T KNOW."
I wish to tell you that I offer some first-class investments to people who wish to
OWN SOME REAL ESTATE in a small way.
A fewv choice lots one block south of the College grounds.
now being built on one of these lots. Others will follow. "Price
A few splendid lots directly north of the Governor's Mansion.
ner facing mansion, cheap at the price $250 to $450.
A pretty residence
$110 cash or terms.
One on cor-
for your own home.
My advice to young men. Buy a lot and begin to arrange
It pays. That is business.
I inmeunier a water-
is described by
tirsit of all, a
-as "ago Macn pm r
&Sm s eM t and
t e MW t emtlon
-ho two }---
Simoqs black pillar
f am brlad at thb
SItdi the eauds
4emea the darken-
MtaU u torn up
da- of delth.
WL tat Bd and
e- atto our
P T T s
What a Seeteman Wears.
A SBottish correspondent, signing
himself "Haggis." writes to us as fol-
Dear sr-Plese state In your column
that a Beotsman wen a klt. not kilts.
Thus Harry Laudr went to aiuoe the
ktns clad in a kilt, not Into klta.
We regret to my that we *ad our-
selves unable to accede to our corre-
spondent's request. Respect for truth
compels u to state that a Scotsman
almost Invariably wears neither a kilt
nor kilts, but trousers,-London News.
Navy Is Never Done.
A navy. like a railroad, Is never
done. There never comes the grateful
moment when the work can be aaid to
be 4ishbed and the sole task left to be
disahrged is that of operation. As the
roadbed. track. equipment of a rall-
road mnst be constantly maintained
and Improved. o It there Is to be any
nagy at all equipment must be con-
stantly Improved sad brought up to
datn eena under the policy of "T
placement and repair."--Bostoa Tram-
loyal crowns have tended to become
Fighter. Thus, one made In the middle
as weihd orW aMon poW that
o Oeorge IV. weigebd *ve and Oa-
half poadsa. while Queen Viteorga's
Wmwm. contacting the geat rtby
waMcb belonged to the Black Prime.,
W*14ed thar "mad -1Arlr-- pmda
A oeed TANber.
"They sa bher veouratlonal prew
on are lameassab
"Is that seor
"Te. sir. They teD me that girlu ea
talaed eiear threnh TPardMat'e.-
ups se a
LaatfBsaft aroofa 10nt
Hamilton Tension Spring
Shears Free to True Demo-
The Greatest Premium of the Age.
The Tension Spring attachment does away with rebarpon
Ing entirely and enables the user to set the tensio n the
rivet so that any kind of material may be cut with perat
ease, without tiring the hand. The Tension Spring take up
all wear on the rivet, makltn the MHBARS pratldaly IN.
DESTRUCTIBLB. A simple turn of the little th-mbearew
shown in the entravlng, t ihten up the blades as edlsey as
maybe desired. Any woman who bha had the ea-p-estluf
experience of trying to use a dull pair oo Isears ca e i y
appreciate the value of the new Invention WHICH KEBEP
THIS PAIR OP SHEARS ALWAYS sharp ad an prfeet
cutting condition. No matter how many pairs of aseaI or
seiwnrs you may have around the house. you Mld ti pair
with the Tension Spring. and when you get and we it Ome
you will use it In preference to any other you may hav
These SHEARS are perfectly AlaiMhd and heavy aael
platd eight inmes in length.
the quality of the material and workmauehip In this pafr t
SHEARS to be Arst-cas tfat the Tenioi Spring dlvis
doubles Me esefenmes of the bSHEARS ad doe away with
the need of resharpelaft, end furthermore, oar Guraite
CertiAcat accompanies every pah', agreing "that if thi
pair of shears BREAKS or in any way becomes deofetive
within FIVE YEARS from date of purchao it wil beo r
placed with a NEW pair without oost."
How to Get the Shears.
Pi'll out this blank and mall a Esy oeder for 81. 1L f
The True Demort are a peairod a pair of th hears w
be mailed to yo" within te day~ aetely free.
True Deomerwat, TIdm PL.i-
Emir.o4 &Ad $1.. Slad me tMhe Mun. M Ti m Dem.
eras fiwr #m yewr.
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" R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
PaM 80. Offke 103 S. Mearoe St. Mar Bek Baldk e Associated with J. T. BeMrard ad Soa.
Eveythug in Suma
Goods for tf tHouscMl
HAMMOCKS, PORCH RUGS,
PORCH ROCKERS, PORCH SWINGS,
VUDOR PORCH SHADES,
REFRIGERATORS, ICE CHESTS,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
D. R. Cox Furniture Company,
93 South Monroe
Harness of Yours
Is beginning to look very shabby. What's more
parts of it have reached the danger point. Let
your horse plunge and a Line or Trace breaks
and it will cost you more than the price of a new
Harness to put you and your buggy in shape
We are specialists in Harness, paying close at-
tention to stock, style and finish. We can fit
anything from a pony to a draft horse, and we
Gafta 11te ztcr sc ad wr staagn MtaymC t
in any Ir2mss anywhcrc, at aAywIcrc nmr u
The Vehicle and Harnes man. -
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A* ~.' *~
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PRUDENT PERSON WILL TELL YOU
that Real Estate Is the most safe In-
vestment of money.
Many people agree to the above and may say
"TEL HE MSOETEI TIAT I MN'T KNOW."
I wish to tell you that I offer some ftrst-class investments to people who wish to
OWN SOME REAL ESTATE in a small way.
A few choice lots one block south of the College grounds. A pretty residence
now being built on one of these lots. Others will follow. Price $110 cash or terms.
A few splendid lots directly north of the Governor's Mansion.
ner facing mansion, cheap at the price $250 to $450.
One on cor-
for your own home.
My advice to young men.
It pays. That is business.
Buy a lot and begin to arrange
Wanted-A white girl or lady of good
eharsater to live with me as one of the
family or for wages. Apply to (Mrs )
B. C Rehwinkelp, Kehwinkel, Flor-
Judicious and painstaking advertising
filled the opera Cu' Tusoday venain
on th occasion of the home talent min-
strel show, sad hose who attended had
fuar aplenty. The boys all did well.
Their song Were well rendered, their
jokes sounded spontaneous, and the po-
sitions of interlocutor and end men.
held by Mr. Eli Futch and Messrs. Car-
ter and m bry, were well sustained. I
A quartette of male voices is always
popular, and this proved good Tuesday
night, when continued applausebrought
back again and again the four young
men who formed the company's quar- i
tette. Those were MeMrs. Jakaon,
Carter, utch and Van Brunt.
l ) t
Cora4teor sl perfect Iftk implcity sl4
iabmUlty rly year. l *s hlir
Wvry city ad ow In the United Butte nd
Casda, or by mail divert. More &old than
ay their make. Send or irf catogue.
*M.ai-.iiM so 1.slmb*e. L.
i_-Hil2 d04 Wtrin, V Only m em- "i
timare m,. attem sIeta m Iiel
pawt. oibt) a ir ms i.
Pwmm "ie O4fr m o tea "
=0e dM, tiM- r "a
md pew mIs, rOe nsevw. Ad1,..ewas
Svm ILm act!
Hamilton Tension Spring
Shears Free to True Demo-
/ B crat Subscribers.
SThe Greatest Premium of the Age.
I I The Tension Spring attachment does away with reharpe-
I8 c a Ing entirely and enables the user to set the tension on the
,. rivet so that any kind of material may be cut with perfect
I l i ease, without tiring the hand. The Tenilon Spring take up
all wear on the rivet, making the SHEARS practically IN-
DESTRUCTIBLE. A simple turn of the littlethumb-srew
shown in the engraving, tightens up the bladesas eloey as
5 may be desired. Any woman who has bhad thexauewrtlg
experience of trying to use a dull pair of shum ean reat y
appreciate the value of the new invention WHICH KEEP8
THIS PAIR OF SHEARS ALWAYS harp and i petect
cutting condition. No matter how many pairs at heans or
scissors you may have around the houe,. you need this pair
with the Tension Spring. amd when you get and use it oae
you will use it in preference to any other yes may have.
These SHEARS are perfectly finished and bsavily ltskel
plated eight ibes In length.
the 4uality of the matistl and workmansuhip a this pair of
BSHEARS to be fnrst-clas, that the TeasM prim devis
S. double the usfnra eN aof the SHEARS .a d esay wM
ta need of rn e arpean and frtirmor. wr OeMramot
Cartifesats seeep amaa wy pair. a nreel0 *0at if t-i
pair of shears BREAKS or in any isy besoes desfetve
within PIVE YEARS from date of purchaw m It wU be o
played with a NEW pair without eost."
The True Democrat e year and a pair ft theseshes vwl
Tre Dmem st, ldT umee. Pla.:-
Eneleed ind 1 I. Send e* the shrouse, el Tree Dsmw
wraoeor one year.
Tew ......... ...... *
-.ma S masd
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R. GRIFFIN JOHNSON,
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
PhoMe 80. Office 103 S. Mouroe St. Mari Buak Salkdbg. Associted with J. T. Bernrd ad Son.
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Goods for th
D. R. Cox Furniture Company
THE STANDARD SEWING MACHINE
The Best and Fastest Sewing Machine in the World.
Two Machines In One-mmThe Standard
6Shuttle Sewing Machine.
WE SELL THE EMANCIPATOR, an attachment, applicable to any Machine.
by Hand, thus relieving you of the strain due to constant foot Motion.
Read what Dr. McIntosh of Thomasville says:
THOMASVILE, GA., July 23d, 1907.
Can be operated
The Golden Eagle Mfg. Co.
I have examined carefully your Sewing Machine Attachment It
greatly lessens the labor of operating the Machine, and thus lesens
thenjurious effects of constant use of the Sewing machine
T. M. McINTOsa, M. D.
Our Mr. Williams will be pleased to call on any one, wanting to purchase a Sewng Machi
He will be pleased to demonstrate the excellent qualities of the mandcpator when akedto do o.
And will make repairs promptly and in a thorough manner, being an expert on Sewing Machinm.
Please call or address
The Vehicle and Harnes man.
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